The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1945 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 21, 1945
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^ * • * ''-M ' "i .'* vr '* • * y ' ' . j * *' * FORMER LEDYARD MAN BREAKS BACK IN SCAFFOLD FALL iLedyard: Jim Thomson, whb was here in the, Rock • island Lumber Yards for six weeks recently while learning the business, and who has since been the manager of a yard at Rake, was seriously injured last Thursday. He went up on a staging carrying a bunch of slate shingles and the Staging gave way letting three men fall. The other two were injured but slightly but Mr. Thomson suffered a broken back and three broken ribs. He was taken at once to the Blue Earth hospital but they are planning to remove him to Rochester. Winter, 6f „ and Lakotfii spfent u at the N. A, f>ln$el Rfev, and Mrs. Caas, fr. S. But ton, Mrs. D. B. Mayer and £eggy were Algona shoppers on Saltif« day. Mrs. „ Chester Johnson, Mrs Fred Selberg and Mrs. Charles Bashara were Fairmont shoppers Friday. ! Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Piugel vis* ited Mrs. Pingel's mother, Mrs. Margaret Looft, at Swea City Saturday. On Sunday morning Dr. Earl Burgess, district superintendent, of Algona, spoke at the Methodist church. He and his son were din- ler guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Cass. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Olson and family and Mrs. Milo Halvorson, of Buffalo Center, Mr. and Ordained to Mrs. Otis Midthuwe and were Sunday guests at tH$ &, *> ttalvorssft name. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Hafo! Herzog and family drove to Maso City to take MrS, Herabg'a mbthe Mrs. T. C. Torgerson home an to visit other relatives. Mrs. Tor gerson had visited here since las Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. Thomas Engessc of San Diego, California, Whb are visiting relatives- at Bricelytt and BahcfOftt called on friends here Saturday. Mrs. Engesser was a former Ledyard teacher and wil be remembered as Alma Verio. Mrs. Jack McDonald and Rose Marie left Sunday for Rochester where Rose Marie will consult an eye specialist. They will also risit a nephew. Dr. K. Devine During Mrs. McDonald's absence Connie Garry assisted in the post office. tOO. YEARS OP QUAL.TY BREW.NG...O. HE.UMAN BREW.NO CO.. IA CROSS*. W,S. COPYR.OHT »45 -TRADE MA«\ nr«HEY tell us that the fat salvage problem has feot to be licked in the am*U cities, •*• the towns and on the forma, Our country has to have one hundred million more pounds of used fats this ' year over last. And we're the people who must save it We've rolled up our sleeves! We'll save every drop and bit it is possible to scrape— and keep on doing it till the last Jap is licked. HOW TO DO IT« Save all used fats in a tin can. Keep it handy to the stove. Scrape your broilers and roasting pans, skim soups and gravies, for every drop counts. Keep solid pieces of fat, such as meat trimmings and table scraps, in a bowl. Melt down when your oven's going, add the liquid fat to the salvage can. Take the can to your butcher as soon I, as it's full. He will give you four cents and two red points for every pound. Your County Agent or Home Demonstration Agent can give you full particulars. 100,000,000 More Pounds of Used Fats Are Needed This Year! 4pprevea by WFA and OP A. Pot'4/or by Juthntry. Victor f. Kdllffseh Got Whittemore: The was a tffite of ftteat tejetetef foi? the members el the <j, E. KoffaS&h family, of Whlttemore, aftd also the members of St. Michael's gat* ish, who participated in the bill- mlnation of an event lohtf looked forward to, namely the ordination of Victor E. Kollasch, son 6f Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kollasch of Whittemore, who was raised >to the dignity /at priesthood in the Catholic church. Ordained In St. Louis The ordination took place In the chapel of the Kenrlck Seminary, 3t. Louis, Mo., on June 2* by'the ilost Reverend John J. GHenhon, S. T. D., Archbishop of St, Louis. Because of the illness of his Excellency, Bishop Heelan, IX D.; if Sioux. City, the ordination cer* mony, first scheduled to take >lace in Sioux City, Was transfer- ed to St. Louis. He was one of class of fourteen who were Drained on that day, (Father Alver lehrens of Templeton, Iowa, and Father Kollasch, for the Sioux "*ity Diocese, and 12 for the Arch- iocese of St. Louis, one for the iocese at Green Bay, Wisconsin, ather Kollasch is the fifth boy o be ordained a priest in the atholic church from St. Michael's parish. The first was Father Edward Fandel, second Father John Cullen, third Father John Foley, fourth Father James Fandel. Attending the ordination mass at St. Louis were Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kollasch, of Whittemore, a sister in the Presentation Order of Dubuque, Sister M. Denise, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Fisher, of St. Louis, aunt and uncle of the ordained, two cousins in the passionist preparatory seminary at St. Louis, Dennis and Floyd Salz. Father Kollasch was born in the vicinity of Whitefmore, January 20, 1913. He attended Presentation Academy until the completion of his grade school course. It was while living in the vicinity of St. Benedict that Father Kollasch entered the Minor Seminary at Nazianz, Wis., to begin preparations for his priestly career, rle completed his classical course there in 1941, and then attended Trinity College at Sioux City and graduated with his degree in 1942. After a summer course in Loras lollege at Dubuque he went to 3t. Louis to enter the major sem- nary for the theological course. Last Wednesday morning, June 3, at 10:30, Father Kollasch said lis first solemn high mass in St. Michael's at Whittemore before a luge throng, and before an altar 3eautifully decorated with' spring lowers. Assisting were Father Wm. Veit; pastor of St. Michael's, s archbishop, Father Maynard 3 ick, assistant at Whittemore, as >ter Mary Joyce, Mrs. Paul Kollasch, all of Bancroft; Will Kollasch of Watertown, S. D.; Mrs. William Kollasch, Battle Creek, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kol- deacon, Father Edward Fandel, sub deacon, Father James Fandel, master of ceremonies. Father John Cullen preached a very fine and instructive sermon on the priesthood. The banquet following the first solemn high mass was held 'at 12 o'clock and served by members of the Rosary society in the Academy hall. Father Wm. Veit was the toastmaster. Out-of-town relatives, priests and sisters present at the dinner were Father Edward Fandel, Santoorn; Father James Fandel, Alton; Father Alver W. Behrens, Templeton; Father John Cullen, Sutherland; Father William Mason, Emmetsburg; Father L. Friedman, Reinsen; Father J. Greteman, Arnolds Park; Father W. F. Busholz, Rockwell City; Father C. Knobbe, Granville; Father J. Schissel, Pocahontas; Father E. B. Thorn, LeMars; Father H. Weimer, Bancroft; Msgr. Ivis, Sioux City; Father J. J. Keene, Estherville; Father E. S. Maynard, Ledyard; Father P. M. Dobberstein, West Bend; Father T. J. Perion, Scranton; Father N. J. Boss, Pomeroy; Father J. H. Schultes, Bancroft; Father S. A. Grady, Schaller; Father L. Schenkleberg, Carroll; Father H. Pick, Dedham; Father C. E. Farrely, Emmetsburg; Father H. B. Karhoff, Oyens; Father C. Ernest, Akron; Father M. S. Wendel, Father J. H. Duhigg, Livermore; Father L. J. Berger, Sibley; Father J. Fitzpatrick, Humboldt; Father P. P. Gearen, Early; Father C. P. Sweeney, Ft. Dodge; Father J. C. Doherty, Fort Dodge; Father H. Hermsen, Gilmore City; Father J. J. Dalhoff, Granville; Msgr. P. T. Lynch, Carroll; Father B. Beacom, Pocahontas; Father L. J. Bauer, Emmetsburg; Father R. V. Sweeney, Algona; Father L. Lenz, Templeton; Father O. W. Koester, Carroll; Msgr. F. H. Huseman, Templeton; Father J. N. Becker, Royal; Father L. J. Eisenbacher, Alvord ; Father J. Thenissen, Hospers; Father W. B. Bauer, LeMars; Father W. P. Hyland, Ayrshire; Father B. V. Greteman, Onawa; Father R. G. Bowen, Milford; Father L. J. Greteman, Ogden; Father A. Con- Ion, Anthon; Father A. Ahlers, Laurens; Father J. M. Mallinger, Algona. Relatives and friends from out of town were Mrs. Agnes De Santis and Miss Helen De Santis, of Milwaukee; Mr, and Mrs. Joe Dahlhauser and daughters of Tallulah, La.; Sister M. Denise uf Winner, S. D.; Sisters M. Modesta and Ann, of Clare; John Salz and daughter Christine of Stacyville; Mr. and Mrs. Weber and son, Pvt. Weber, of Stacyville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kollasch of St. Paul, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. A. Deitering, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Marlow, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kollasch and daugh- Swea City; Mr, aftd Kuftkei, St. M«fl'6dlct; A narov Heineh, Milo, toWai MfS. BeKr- end, Templetdftj Mr,' and UM, k. A. Terhes and Harry. Leroy, Wayfce, Adding Martsn and Linda, Ledyard; Mr. afld Mrs, ft. W. Kdllasch and, daughter Mary Jdyee, Rose Aflh and Betiyjand Mr. and (Mrs. Everol LbeWg, 6f Wesley; Mr. artd Mrs. 0. E. Kol* laseh and Kay, ttehlne and Ken» neth; Mr. and Mrs, Andrew Laubenfchal of Ertimetsburg! Mrs. Kate Peck and Miss Veronica Priester, of ,West Bend; Mrs, Ray Vogel and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kollasch of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Toni Cogley, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kollasch and Mr, and Mrs. Bert Kollasch of Bancroft; .Miss Mary Elii* atoeth filbert, R. M., of Ft, Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. John Keene, Irving- :6n; Mr. and Mrs; Ray Keehe, of West Bend; Mr. and Mrs. Jake flartman of-Rodman; Mr, and wrs. Joe Keene, of LuVerne; Mrs. Mert Chrlstenseti -of Algona. Very Rev. Wm. Mason, of Emmetsburg and Rev. C. P. Sweeney of Fort Dodge gave a short addresses at the ibanquet. Numbers at the banquet were "The Hands ,of a Priest," by iLouis 'Kollasch, and songs by Mary Jane Uhlenhake, "Just a Prayer Away," and Joan Bis t enlus "Poor Little Rhode Island. At the reception in the evening Father Veit called on a couple'of members of the parish, James Geelan and Edmund Elbert. Towards the close of the program Father Pdck gave a short address. Special numbers included "Meet Me in St. Louis," by John Kollasch and Jack Geelan; a cornet solo by Armand Elbert; "Dream" and giris, 18 y&aii affe and older wto* sou ested in dctasseling torn for the Pioneer HJ-Bred Corn Cd,, ef Al^ona, art ask to re8isl6# by M$ 1st, at one 6* the foitettiflg reglstrattoti centers. I**cfetehce will be given, and transpd^tatidn will be jtfdvided fof s who Mftbto* priw to that date, fiy Jfuly 1st. it will be neee&a*y to make provision foil securing outside help, therefore those who register late not be called, ; i f • Sign up NOW at one of the following centers, B«rt Nealy's Hardware Bancroft ....: Murray Elevator tohe Bock Blanchard Store , Ledyard Standard Service Sta,' Fentoti .A...... IT ...:.......... S. E Straley LuVerne ........ LuVerne Pharmacy Whittemore .. Schumacher Oil Sta, Swea City Citizens Service Sta, Ringsted Andreasen Grocery West Bend ....„ Co-op Creamery, S. Employment Office, . Farm Bureau Office, Barry's Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. Algona, Iowa Phone 95 MAKE ICE CREAM At hom»-Anir flgver-D»l!eloui-Smp9tb -No ic« eryilalj-iNo eepWng-^o rf . - -io eepng-o rf . whipping — No scotched flavor — Eoiy — ln*«p*niIv«-29 nclptf la floeh \» pl a . Pleoi« i«nd thlt ad for fttt IM-t\it lam- pie offtr, or buy (rom y»ur groc«r. Brand Hgmimodf let Cr«on> STflBILIZeit L MMOM»l»lf- H5 HJWAM. UN IMUWISt 1. CAW. SHOP at NATIONAL coFrce POOL REFRESHING FOODS BREAKFAST SWEET GIRL—BLACK TJEA HERRIES 3 O C JV lbf "' CALIFORNIA DARK RED, SWEET Grapefruit Juice APRICOTS 19c u teal Lettuce 13c «-b. HOME GROWN FRESH GEORGIA GREEN TOE, ' ' CARROTS .....-,-.-.. 2 V,^ i9c HOME GROWN—SWUM "*"*• *«' v GREEK ONIONS 2 ^ 13c HOME .GROWN-ROSEBUD B * hl ' RADISHES ^..3^ lOc TEXAS GROWN—RED, RD?B *"* * WV TOMATOES ....... „ 19- HOME CROWN-CURLS LEAP •^V SPINACH 3 ,„ 25c BCNKIST—ALL SIZES *** ^*"» LEMONS .......... „ 14 C FLORIDA •••••• I*. *-•«; PERSIAN LIMES...., "X u 2U Crest Imitation BEVERAGE BASE MR. FARMER — We pay top prices for eggs. 5c market PEACHES 2 Salted Peanuts SPANISH NATIONAL'S MEATS — FISH Noodles & Tomatoes Rosefish Fillets' WITH CHEESE HURFFS READY FOR THE PAN ' SKINLESS WIENERS V, , ,7 ...... SLICED OH PIECE— SPICED LUNCHEON MEAT.... COARSE I RING BOLOGNA ...... ASSORTED COLD MEATS ..... ... CREAUED COTTAGE CHEESE.,.., u. 31c u. 45c u. 28c A Lb. 15c AMERICAN CHEESE 75* *& Corn Country "A" GRADE-ROASTING CHICKENS DI B 0 i?ifSff B ^, a i 1 &^ ND taummvn BLENDED JUICE ,. ^ If NATIONAL CORN—20 Pvtoil WHOLE KERNEL., ^fig OLE-N-SHAUP- IS Point* W , CHEESE..., u 4€ CHOICE fM, m SEEDLESS RAISINS £*' 48 OREEN OH IEM.OW SHIT PEAS ...... JS; 14 FRENCH STYLE "*' SALAD MUSTARD . SWEET_ OlWr-M JPotnt* CATSUP HAZEI, FRENCH DRESSINP m CARTON HASH'S COFFEE flwrt •» 30c VIN G EA H CIDER BULK J /I H REG OR TOP SfAL i m c; OAl, JUft 4fc. 38? BAZEJ, WALNUT MEATS BUN8BINE " mm CRACKERS „,„ RENNET POWDER . I A? QUART JARS IAU fli» 0«ju T £ A CO. ^^pmi B5 A-' ,. 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