The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1945 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 24, 1945
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-t • - J LONE ROCK BUSY wnu ACTIVITIES AS SCHOOL ENDS fen Students Are Graduated. Program and Picnk * Friday, and Awards Made. Band Mothers Meet. Lone Rock: The annual school picnic was held Friday at the Ijouse. The seniors presented the following program: Salutatory address, Louis Radig; class poem, Fern Sanders: class history, Ruth Pijahn; class will, Melvin Kueck; class prophecy, Willard Thompson; valedictory address, Helen Jensen; class song, senior class. The words of the class song were written by Vilma Gregorson. The following awards were also made: Vocal musical letters were given to Helen Jensen, Lester Schultz, Velma Gregorson, Laura "Make Your Own Soft Drinks" ZEPHYR NECTAR MADE IN 5 DELICIOUS 2 FLAVORS: ORANGE • Bottles GRAPE • RASPBERRY ._ WILD CHERRY • STRAW- I Rfi BERRY. ' wu WEDNESDAY, MAY 30 The food and refreshments for next Wednesday, when you will enjoy the first picnic of the season, should be purchased this week-end. Select the best of everything at LOW CEILING PRICES AT— MCIL QAK CALIFORNIA ORANGES NEW CROP VALENOIAS FULL RIPE NAVELS Your Choice f PER POUND ... 1 LEMONS PIE-FISH-SALAD-TEA-VEGETABLES LB. TEXAS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Full of Juice. IV <| f Sweet as Sugar. M i* PER POUND .. * 2 "CAFE" CRACKERS 2 POUND BOX .. 27* HONEY GRAHAM CRACKERS 2 POUND O1 BOX ... £f FUESIl SALTED SPANISH PEANUTS .ID. 2701 ENGLISH WALNXJT NUT MEATS.. .4-oz, bag 290 BRIGHT, SWEET • A A-/ PECAN MEATS.. .4-oz. bag Z90 "NATURAL UNSWEETENED" GRAPE JUICE Church's Grape Juice is FT. pressed from Concord grapes ( _ so sweet that added sugar | /ft is unnecessary. HOME GROWN ASPARAGUS FULL POUND BUNCH I5c SWEET TE ONIONS Tor Pound ICEBERG HEAD LETTUCE Per Head 100 GREEN SLICING CUCUMBERS Per 1'onnd , 110 SNOW WHITE CAULIFLOWER Per Head 350 Hi 1 mi) VITAMIN- MINERAL FORTIFIED PREPARATION FOR YOUNG AND OLD 59c 1 LB. JAR YELLOW POP CORN 1 Pound Cello. Bog.. 140 WON-TJP GRAI'EFKDIT JUICE Sweetened No. 9 Can DEL MONTE CATSUP li-oz. Dottle . 160 GAHVET CREAM STTLE Peanut Butter 25-Onnee Jar 340 ALL GOOD T7NPEELED WHOLE APRICOTS, No. 2j can jfc m Z40 TOWN TALK HEAVY SYRUP AJ* , PEACHES ....... No, 21 can 300 BEL MONTE PUMPKIN No. can 120! POP'S PICK GOLDEN CORN .No. 2 can 130 MOCK CHICKEN LOAF Piece or Sliced POUND .39c DERBY BARBECUE SAUCE 5-OZ, BOTTLE . ...9c ASSORTED SAUSAGES Mill ropply the Essential Pro- trln dorlnic the. we hope, temporary Rhortatte of Steaks, Chop* and Roaats. BUY TODAY For tbe Memorial Day picnic and for the home table over the weekend at OUR LOW CEILING PRICES PURE PORK PEPPER LOAF Piece or Sliced POUND 49c SUN-RA HOT DOG SAUCE 8-OZ. BOTTLE ...I2c * * There is good nutrition in any cut of meat * * SPICED LUNCH MEAT LB. 49c RING LIVER SAUSAGE LB. . . . 28c LB. FOR THE LB 31C COLD MEAT PLATTER 31C MACARONI and CHEESE LOAF PICKLE and PIMENTO LOAF LONG LIVER SAUSAGE CLUB FRANKFURTERS SMALL FRANKFURTERS BIG and RING BOLOGNA OLD FASHIONED LOAF POLISH SAUSAGE PORK BACK BONES LB. I COTTO LB. .5c SALAMt . ...43c SUMMER SAUSAGE SOUSE LUNCH MEAT LB. ... 29c SEIFRISinCUJfifFLf E. PflHCflKEFLOUR WAFFLES PANCAKES JBEMS Deilcloui When Hod* with EOBB-EOSS PANCAKE & WAFFLE MIX M Unrc raUonuit »l»t caltei with nice brown top* sod »»ht. fluffy center* ran be nude Jrom every b»B. 3i/ 2 -Lb. Bag SPECIAL FLOUR SALE! "The Thirsty Flour" WHITE LOAF Bakes Everything Perfectly. More Loaves Per Sack 50Lb. Bag ...$1.99 SWEDISH BROWN BEANS. .ID, 140 MICHIGAN 4 A _, NAVY BEANS,. 2 Ibs. 190 CALIFORNIA BABY AE-j LIMA BEANS.. 2 Ibs, 250 "Guaranteed" FIRST PRIZE An Economical & Dependable Flour For all Cooking and Baking Needs 50 Lb. Bag ...$1.841 KRAFT MACARONI DINNERS Pkg,90 FAHCT WHITE HEAD RICE .!b, 120 SDPEBB A m Rolled OATS 3 lb.pkg.24e YOU DON'T NEED RED POINTS to purchase * nice assortment of JELLIES AND . PRESERVES to extend your butter and margarine allowance. Stock UP today at our LOW CEILING PRICE BREAD ancy Ann Enriched Algona Creamery BUTTER 43c Fresh Country EGGS Doz. 32c S4-OZ, JLOAF.. Ar MEALTIME BREAD Ma Brgwn 100% Whole Wheat 24-OZ J-OAP.. 150 hf ^tfefelxft^ "iWftf IM«f ..__.„ UJL VTVBAOj'i JVllOi JC&Hvii eflrtfe EWlttA of SWeft CHyj Phyll Cruise of Fdft Wotth\ AtHSftii Mrs. Patricia Heyef 6f SweH Glt2 Evangeline at home; James of th« navy in the Pacific zone-and Jrear Cruise oi FOft Wayne. There 6f also six grand children', Th Cruises lived on & farm north o Wesley untU about nine years ag when they moved to a farm nor t of Britt. Burial was in St, Jo sephs cemetery here with the Me Mahon funeral home in charge. Braleys Visit Children Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Braley lei the first of the week for New Yori City to visit their son, Dr. Also: Braley and family and will als go to Arlington, W. Va., to vist their daughter, Mrs. Carme: Mumma and family. Lt. Co Mumma is an attache to the Eng lish government and expects t move his family to England soon Mrs. Stanley Smith, the forme Ethel Braley and her two child ren, of Des Moines, are at th Braley home and are looking a ftp the Braley drug store. Ethel husband, Lt. Smith, is in the' Eu ropean war zone. Cpl. Don Kraus and wife are spending this week at Lake Oko boji. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cink and fam ily of Woden were Sunday guest at the Roy Kleinpeter home. Guy M. Butts returned hom_ the latter part of last week from a ,three weeks' visit in Texas. Art Corey, of Des Moines, spen several days last week at the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs Marie Kunz. Irene Loebig returned home Sunday from a few days visi Lillie Loebig at Lismore, Minn, at the home of her aunt, Mrs Dorothy Shannahan, of W'l- liamsburg, visited over the week snd at the Mrs. Marie Kunz home She was an instructor in the loca! school several years ago. Mrs. Rose Laux spent the. pas week with relatives at Marshalltown. Mrs. Lena Huber of Mason City and (Mrs. Lawrence Wingeri also visited relatives there. Mrs. Art Nearhing, the former Ruth Ward, left this week for Florida, where her husband is in an army camp. Mrs. Neahring has been employed in Mason City. Miss Adeline Shedda left Monday for her home at Clio, Iowa. She had taught at the public school the past year and stayed at the Mrs. Myrtle Kouba home. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Flom, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease attended he 8th district American Legion and Auxiliary conference at Forl Dodge Monday. Mrs. Esther Skow and Harold and Mrs. Skew's mother, Mrs. Nils Johnson, attended the graduation exercises of their niece and granddaughter, Maxine Bentele, at Woden Thursday evening of last week. Ralph Hedges, who taught in the public school, returned to his home at Rockwell City. He has been rehired for next year as have also Supt. and Mrs. Mullin, Mrs. Vincent. Kleinpeter and Mrs. G. L. | Olson. •Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease and son, Loren, went to Lake Mills Sunday and were, guests at the home of Mrs. Lease's sister, the Ed Gesmes. Earl Gesmes, 15, was a member of a class which was confirmed at the Lutheran church. •Mrs. E. M. Paulson will entertain the Priscilla Phoebe Society Tuesday afternoon, June 5th. Miss Wedickson, a missionary from China will be a guest. She is spending a furlough and has received partial support from the society. Mrs. R. Saunche,. the former Evelyn Haynes, returned to her home at Eau Claire, Wis., Thursday of last week following a visit at her parental P. C. Haynes home. Mr. Haynes suffered an infection in his right eye and was a patient in the Mercy hospital in Mason City several days. Mr. and Mrs. John Mathias, of Chester, S. D., returned to their home the first of the week. They came to see Mrs. Mathias' sister, Mrs. Anna Loebig, who hah been a patient in the Mercy hospital in Mason City the past several weeks. The Mathias family were Wesley residents more than 30 years ago. Ruth Meuhe left Monday for Camp Cook, Calif., where she has been employed in a laboratory. Ruth spent a 'three weeks vacation here at her parental J. n. Meuhe home. Mrs. Meuhe was expected to be 'brought home from the Mercy hospital at Mason City this week. She has been a patient there the past four weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Munson and daughter Charlotte of Mason City attended the graduation exercises here Tuesday evening, May 15. Ardean Munson was a member of the class. Mr. and Mrs. William Becker of Algona also attended the Wesley graduation exercises as their niece, Mary Lou Haverly, was a member of the class. Mr. and Mrs. Ole K. Flom and Anna, Mildred Johnson, Mildred Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Arvin, Mrs. Lester Lease and Loren and Mrs. Ivan Johnson attended a "Youth For Christ Sing- spiration" at Forest City Saturday night. ,This was one of a series of meetings held throughout the state and was held in the civic auditoriurp. Lone Rock Community Radig and Melvin KueekJ band music letters were awarded to Helen Jensen, Lester Schultz, Velma Gregorson and Willard Thompson; Danford foundation books were given to Helen Jensen and Lester Schultz for outstanding leadership qualities; recognition for scholastic, abilities was given as follows: Twelfth grade, Helen Jensen first; Laura Radig second; eleventh grade, Emma Schrader and Doris Marlow; tenth grade, Joyce Marlow and Phyllis Hawks tied for first and Ersel Bierle second; ninth grade, Helen Gettman and Helen Schmidt; eighth grade, Helen Sprank first and Joan Zwiefel 'and Alanna Beane tied for second; seventh grade, Donald Jensen and James Marlow; sixth grade, Virginia Rath and Betty Shaser; fifth grade, Carol Ann Thompson and Annabelle Whitehouse; fourth grade, Patsy Marlow and Joe Householder; third grade, Dickie Jensen and Dennis Priebe; second grade, Leon Marlow and Janet Krueger tied for first and Bonnie Black second: first grade, Marjorie Jean Hauck and John Cottan tied for first and Dick Snyder second. JACK CRUISE, 12, FORMER WESLEYAN. MASON CITY Burial Made at Wesley oil Monday. Wife and Sevei Children Survive. Lived at Britt Nine Years. Wesley: Funeral services were held Monday morning at 10 at the St. Patrick Catholic church a Britt for Jack Cruise, 72, who diec at the Mercy hospital in Mason City early Friday morning. Mr Cruise, the last of a family of 12 children, was born at Barlville Iowa, December 15, 1873, and came to Wesley in 1902. His wife is the former Eva Aldrich, sister of Guy and George Aldrich, of Wesley. Eight children were born to this union and all survive except Donna, Mrs. Kenneth Dwyer who died in 1935. Surviving children are Vincent Cruise, who lives Bowel Cleansing Power of Sys-Tone Medicine One man recently took SYS- TONE three days and, said afterward that he never would have believed his body contained] so much filtry > substance. He says his stomach, intestines, bowels and whole system were so thoroughly cleansed that his constant headaches came to an end, several pimply skin eruptions on his face dried up overnight, and even the rheumatic pains in his knee disappeared. At present he is an 'altogether different man, feeling fine in every way. SYSrTONE contains 13 Great Herbs; they cleanse Bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering! Get SYS-TONE, Lwsby fc Giossi Drug Store. E| Commencement aftflPBftar .• >f 6f the graduating class 6t the Lon Sock school Were held Tuesday evening. The following program waa presented: -• Processional, I6ne Lease; invd* eaition, Rev. Whitehousej vocal solo, Lester Schultz; introduction of speaker, Supt. R. A. Beane; ad* dress, Rev. Jack FInig"an of Iowa State College; -presentation of diplomas, Dell Marlowj music, by mixed quartet; benedlctiofi, Rev Whltehouse. The graduating class includes Velma Gregorson, Helen Jensen Melvin Kueck, Ruth Pijahn t Laura Radig, Fern Sanders, August Schmidt, Lester Schultz, Raymond Sohultz and Willard Thompson. Band Mothers Meet, Band mothers club met Wednesday evening with Mrs. Alfrec Jorgensen. The business meeting was 'conducted by the president Mrs. Ralph Thompson and the entertainment was in charge of lone Lease. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. W. G. Flaig and Mrs. Henry Schroeder. Meetings will be discontinued for the summer months, Lunch was served 'following the meeting. Marland Jorgensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jorgensen, left Sunday for Austin, Minn,, to visit at the home of Mr, and Mrs. W. H. Altwegg. Mr. and Mrs. Don Houck and daughter Marjorie Jean spent the week-end visiting Mrs. Houck's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Allte. near Mason City. Jean Bates, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. Schuly'er Bates, is en- loying a two weeks' vacation at iiome. She has spent the past year n Washington, D. C., where she has employment. Mrs. Richard Bristow spent from a week ago last Wednesday jntil Thursday with 'her sister, Wrs. Eric Seegebarth. She is now at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Marlow, near Burt. Dorothy Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jensen, has returned to -her home in Lone Jock. She has spent the past year .eaching in Wilton Junction and expects to return there in lha m Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snyder and on Dick spent Sunday in Elmore visiting relatives, among whom were Mrs. Snyders brother, Sgt. -ecil Anderson, recently of Casa- ilanca, whom she had not seen for hree years. Mr. and Mrs. George Klink and flrs. Julia Reynolds and daughter, riorence, of Titonka, visited at ;he M. E. Blanchard home one day the past week. Mr. Blanchard shows a great deal of improve- nent after suffering strokes and heart attacks recently. Clarence Kraft, motor machin- st's mate 1-c, recently of Richmond, Va., is spending a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smil Kraft. Fram here he will eport at Shoemaker, Calif. Miss Dorothy Goodwin, of Evansville, ndiana, is also visiting at the Craft home. Mrs. Roy Jensen entertained on Saturday in honor of-,.the birthdays of Mesdames Henry .Montgomery and Alfred Krueger. Beides the honorees the guest list ncluded Mesdames Don Houck, aftfl._ Helen McMahdn, Ibftal telenet, left Friday I6f Lftlitehl. to SpeUd SOHi6-tUn« With Kef, Sister", MflK Av J. Rome?. Miss McMahon ex* pects Id attend summer school In Algona and will return to Lone Sack when school opens In th6 fall, Miss Laura Bailey, also a local teacher, returned to hef home in Colfa* Saturday. Miss Bailey alSo expects to return to Lone Rock at the opening of school. . t s until Jftt« urn > Write or j>ho«« dlrw>t, <rf s'e* our repf w«rtt»thr* \ "* HA CHER1 em?, mom FOB MB •OIINO ••*• iUI>IHFORTHM» The round trip to Tokio is over water all the way* There aren't any. emergency landing fields—just those endless, march-* ing lines of big,- green Pacific rollers; ' It's no wonder, then; that the flight engineer on a B-29 is one of the most important men aboard: They call him the "gasoline salesman" —the fellow who nurses that big baby along and makes every single drop of 100-octane fuel count: And we think there's a pretty good moral in his story for you folks; After all, you're the ''flight engineer" of your car. And though you won't get a ducking in the Pacific if you let her tun out of gas, you still can't afford to neglect.your car's-running order; Because you have a direct responsibility to your Uncle Sam to "Care for your car for your country/"Too many cars are going off the toad these days just because of need-less neglect. And those irreplaceable cars are part of our vital war-time transportation system! But you can tastty take that added ounce of precaution which will keep your',car purring along—and your Phillips 66 Service Man will be delighted to help you! He'll check your tires for cuts and bruises and criss-cross them with the spare; he'll check your oil and water and brakes; he'll look at your battery and oil filter; and he'll keep his eyes open for loose nuts and bolts; too: In fact; your Phillips 66 Service Man will do all the things he does for many of your neighbors —all of them part of the Phillips Car-Saving Plan that keeps 'em rolling! For your car's sake as well as your country's—stop in the next time you see the Orange and Black 66 Shield ::: the sign of famous Phillips 66 Gasoline and Phillip 66 Motor Oili . YOU'RE ONLY A FOOT FROM TROUBLE CHfCK YOUK 8KAKGSF FOR VICTORY...Buy U.S. War Bonds and Stamps HARMS SUPER SERVICE STATION State and Phillips .Sts. Frank Haldeman, Operator'and Manager' ' .* >'... •• Harms: Oil Company, Distributors ' ' , PHONE 74 — ALGONA They Listen..To Help Win the War Folks on rationing boards have listened and listened and listened ,,, Junior uses up all of the family shoe stamps,., Somebody's oil burner is covered with icicles.,,, Somebody's Bhare^rjder moved away. Yes, they've listened with patience aid tried to be fair,,, to be more than helpful whea a genu* ine case of hardship was brought; to their attentiPB," In teaching us what we can do without, rationing has given us a new appreciation of our country's peacetime abundance, It has taught us more. We have learned lessons in self-denial and the value of cooperation * . • lessons that bo> ster our determination to carry on till final victory, fg won* Young and old, mare getting s training in early American fortitude and the people of our- country of tomorrow with confidence, I U 5 E R . B U 5 C H i f • $ A I NT k O U I • ' * - - '

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