The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1945 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 23, 1945
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OTTOSEN BOYS 4-H CLUB WINS ON BABY BEEVES • Ottosen: tfhe Waeousta boys' <IH club showed 'fifteen baby beeves at the Hujfcb'oidt County Fair during the past Week arid received many ribbbris. They received five blue ribbons, seven red ribbons and three white ribbons and received a blue ribbon on a group of five that they showed. The following boys are in the club: Bernard Coyle, Deanne Telford, Eldon Hundertmark, Paul Watnem, John Coyle Jr., Louis Jacobson, Orville Ellingson, Ralph Jacobson, Eldon Ellingson and Allen Watnem. The leaders are Mike Coyle and Sylvan Jacobson. Mrs. Donald Cooper and children Nancy and Gary were Wednesday Gel Home Cttmfort thai Lull • Houiclimc with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phenc ui ledty CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 - ALGONA, IOWA callerl at the M,,F., at EmliSefsBurg. coyle, daughtef of Mr and Mrs. Mike Coyle, whd Is em ployed at Spencer spent the week end at the home of her parents. Mrs. Judith Hoover and daugh ter Nancy were callers at the Mor. gan Hagen home Sunday- evening Mrs. Hoover Is a daughter of thi Hagens. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naeve and son Donald of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs. James Barber and son Dennis Ray were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Oliver Kinseth home. Mr. arid Mrs. Sam Thorson anc son Sammy and granddaughter Sylvia and Mrs. J. B. Jacobson and Mrs. Ingeborg Swenson all of Bode were Sunday evening callers at the Sylvan Jacobson home. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper and 'amily and Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper were Sunday dinner guests it the Ralph Cooper home near Sutherland., Ralph Cooper is a son of the George Coopers. Mr. and Mrs. Warren McMahort md daughter Carie May of near Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Naeve and son Donald of Fort Dodge were Wednesday callers' at he Oliver Kinseth home. Mrs. T. O. Floen and Mrs. Ted •loren and daughters Shirley and Dorothy of Omaha are spending a 'ew days at the Oliver Kinseth lome. Mrs. Floen is Mrs. Kinseth's mother and Mrs. Mrs. Horen her sister? Misses Lois Jatotoson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson, and Mabel Coyle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Coyle, spent Saturday and Sunday at the homes of their respective parents. They both are employed at the Des Moines ordnance plant and live in Des Moines. Closed Sundays Because of present conditions we will be closed Sundays beginning this coming Sunday. However, we will be Open Mondays COOK'S CAFE 5 Good Country Tricks for Saving More Used Fats *T<His year our domestic supply of fats and oils will JL be approximately one and one-half billion pounds less than last year. Right now, we are facing our worst fat shortage since the war began. To make up for this staggering loss, the government is depending on the women of America—and particularly women on farms and in smaller cities. Every spoonful, every drop of fat is needed to help •malce battlefield and homefront essentials. So roll up your sleeves and do an all-out job, won't you? Clip this checklist and pin it up in your kitchen as a reminder. nilD SALT PO1K—with milk gravy. Salt pork yields so much grease, you won't need it all for gravy. Pour the rest into the salvage can. 3. PUP MT FtYINO—use the fat over and over; but when it's too dark and smelly to use any more, don't forget Uncle Sam wants it I 9, ROASTS AND CHOPS—-save all trimmings (scraps from plates, too.) Keep them in a small bowl; once a week melt them down. 4. SAUSA6IS—they're better if you parboil them first. Skim the fat off the cooking water — scrape the fat from the frying pan. 5. CHICKIN SOUP — chill it before you use it. Scoop off the hardened grease (soup Pastes ' better, too!) When the salvage can ia full, take it to your butcher promptly.. Ho trill fivetyou 3 redpoinra,and •up to 4o for every pound ot W«#d (at you turn in. WP4 and OPA. Paid'/or h fAMtt II Whittemore: A f afnily gatherinj was held Sunday at the Louis Braatz home in honor of a nephew of Mr, and Mrs. Braatz, Pfc. Ralph Braatz, who is home on a 30*day furldugh from the European war Where he Was in service for two years. Those who were present were Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Stauffer and family, Mapleton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Braatz and family, Minnesota Lake, Minn., Mr. and Mrs; Arthur Putz and family, and Alvina Braatz, Wells, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Braatz and family Fairmont, Minn., Esther Braatz and Jean Burnette, Milwaukee, Wis., and Mrs. Mar- *aret Gingerich arid the Louis Braatz family of here. Win. Hannover Sr. Honored A number of relative? gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willam Hannover Sr., Sunday evening ;o help Mr. Hannover celebrate his >irthday.: Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell, Mr. and Mrs. William Roeber, August and Emma Roeber, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph lannover and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Hannover Jr., Mr and Mrs. Alfred Bierstedt and amily, Mr, and Mrs. Lester Baas ind family, and Mr. and Mrs. Chris fleyer and son Walter. Miss Gertrude Meyer was a din- ler guest at the Herman Voigl lome last week Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith vere Sunday dinner guests at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Vaux, tVest Bend. ; Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer and aughter Mrs. Bert Seely, helped VIrs. Harry Seely celebrate her lirthday last week Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl nd sons Ralph and Danny, were iunday evening dinner guests with Wr. and Mrs. William Meyer Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt and amily, Lone Rock, visited With Ur. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher ast week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Herman Bode and daugh- er, Mason City, visited over the .veek end with the former's moth- T Mrs. Elizabeth Eisele, and laughter Alice. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and amily, Garner, spent last week ere with relatives. Mr. Meyer had week's vacation from the Garner looperative Creamery. Pfc. Raymond Neu, who has seen with the air evacuation hos- lital in Scotland for some time, rrived home Saturday morning or a 30-day furlough. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl and ons Ralph and Danny, and Mr. nd Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith spent Wednesday evening of last week at the Herman Voigt home. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Swanson and son L. W. Junior, visited at the home of Mrs. Swanson's parents Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shinn, Mason City, last week Monday until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher were at Fenton Wednesday. They helped a. group of 'men "salvage an old barn for Emil Schumacher, who Will erect a new, and modern barn in the near future. The men are brothers. There being no services in the local Lutheran church here a large number from here attended the mission festival at St. John's congregation at Fairville, while others attended the services at Grace Lutheran church at West Bend Sunday forenoon. • The Lutheran parochial school teachers, H. W. Behnke and W. G. Erase, and Herman Meyer, the latter an alternate, left Sunday afternoon for the Walther League Camp at West Okoboji, where they will attend the Iowa West Distric convention of the Missouri Synoc from Sunday until Friday. Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl and sons Ralph and Danny, visited at the lome of Mrs. Augusta Lavrenz Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith were Saturday evening callers with Mrs. Lavrenz who lef with her daughter Mrs. Amelda Wermersen arid granddaughter Jean, for Tucson, Arizona, where :hey will spend the winter. Mrs Lavrenz has two other daughters living in Arizona, Mrs. Marvin Horr and Elda Lavrenz. . Ited with, *el«Uyl8i 1« * i $Stirl6' over the lieiidaysf :tht ; p*&«. w;^ Sexton; Betty "ASS( ijf'neflf 36ttfl ! visited a few days' test - ifreeK wlti he? aiintMr. and Mrs. fi. ffii Safld era. : , ; ;• .. * ••;•. "•.-.>... Mr. and Mrs. John SoHuelel' and family, Swea city, wefe Sunday visitors at ,the home of Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Hammond and family, Mrs. Pearl Beukema left Monday morndng for Edfierton, Minn 1 ., where she will visit for a week al the home of her - sister, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Christison and other relatives. Ruth Diane Wise, yduttgist daughter of Mr. and Mrsi Herman Wise, Renwiek, is spending this week with her grandmother Mrs. Sarah Wise, and her aunt Mrs. Drusde Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Thomasson, who»have been visiting her mother VTrs. Pearl Beukema, for a week, lave left for Marshalltown where they plan to make their home, since his discharge from the army. Mrs. Sarah Wise accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips, Algona, to Mapleton, Minn., Sunday where they visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd H. Steven and family and they also visited -Nell Lloyd Steven who is a patient at ton. tlo?Ma, a: a short iuti&f Mr. andiMrS, vith ;: He *"**' •*"*-i*«»»t. w V"** ; u other relatives aha (Meads , was an iHatruetor In -ra'diiv Mr.. ah&MrSi JbhW ftol rfeeeivi ed woMJast.week from their Bon Richard that he has been prbnidted to the rank 6f Tech. Sgt. ' He is With the army airways CdmmUHl'* cation system in iLuzdrt and has M tirfm-- wm- jiuuus: n^U &M with *» rival! - K«f serv -Aim m jpssW "SWfl !ifti« «&& seyerttl dftys visit Gpt Herbert Will !d id JeffefSon'BarraeKif ftftlf\fi -O^daji* 1 fMbttgh. dttli He'rbeift Md Prlvatft AlBlfl art sohs 6f Mr, «ftd ti the Immanual kato. hospital In Man- ST. JOE NEWS Betty Lou Wagner spent several days last week at the home of her grandfather Peter Erpelding. Mr. -and Mrs. Paul Ernst and son Robert left Thursday for Bur- . . , - >.-•,.; ..•. •. . . /- .-; . - „ Thank YouJ We have, sold the Mainlirier and gave possession August 1 to Mrs. Ma& Butterfield and family who have been operating it since last fall. ' V We have greatly appreciated the fine business and the friends we rrtade while in Algona and hope that you will continue your patronage of the new firm. , v Mr. and Mrs. Allen I'MiVlnii *M«; .»!««( i$a& SUwV Robfiiig ^llDlNC ~ Insulation You may bt$ on our Convenient monthly payment . - . Cowan's can give you a ^complete job of repair, and, I remodeling and insuifltion of your home;"" ; Cowan Building Supply '"•" : ' "'"' '' •"' l ' YOU CAN EXPECT THE FOOD Texas Black Diamond WATERMELONS Clinton PUDDINGS Chocolate, Vanilla Butterscotch Paper NAPKINS Jack Smith, Wesley, Weds Leona Smidt In Kanawha Church Wesley: Jack, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Smith, wa united in marriage to Leona Smidl of Kanawha, Tuesday evening al 7:30 in the Christian Reform church at Kanawha. A candle-light service was used for the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father and she was attended by Edith Weiland, Katherine Adams and Ruth Assink as bridesmaids. The groom was attended by Russell Swanson and Gene Smidt. Dorothy Smidt-served her sister as ringbearer and two cousins, Beverly and Marilyn, were flower girls. * A reception for their many relatives and friends was held in the church parlors following the wedding ceremony. The a graduate of the Kanawha high school with the class of 1944 and has been employed part time in the Botsford drug store in Britt The groom graduated from Britt high school in 1942 and has assisted his father with his farm work. The yourjg couple will live wdth his parents. Mrs. Ina B. Smith of Kansas City came Sunday to attend the wedding of her grandson. She re-, turned home' Wednesday. H.W.POST and Transfer Storage of all loads Long distance hauling;, load insured o$|f$wt l<MNb,of damage. Equipped to da sU kind* of draytng and toping. VWWVVUWW^ California ELBERTAS 18 lb. crate $1.79 CORN FLAKES or POST A TOASTIES 0 for PEP WHEATIES, each 3ic 16c lOc 25c 10c f RUNS """ With the termination of the war, already rationing 'has • been removed from all items requiring, blue points and we are given definite assurance that all foods willTbe; free from rationing in the very shortest time possible. Definite plans are now in process , to release much needed foods that are now: in storage. All in all, the cime- back is partially here and it will not be long until you will be able to enjoy prewar food shopping. • 1 Ftolgers COFFEE Regular or Drip 1 Ib. jars 29c Fresh PINEAPPLE each 29c Red Malaga GRAPES 2 , b ,29c Sunkist ORANGES New 2 *„, 49c CABBAGE ; lb .4c 5 lb. peck. 39C Cobbler POTATOES PLUMS Large Basket 98c Bartlett PEARS 20 lb. lug $1.98 Skippy PEANUTPUTTER Extra Std. TOMATOES Del Monte PEAS 2 No. 2 can 2 for Peanut BUTTER 25* L 2 can 35c 43c No. 2 can for BREAD NECTAR 21b.jar Dark or Light Fly RIBBONS 2 Whole Kernel Corn NBLCTS2™ Fig: BARS 2, ha loaves 8 oz. bottle 25c 59c 9Q* JbwV 5* MEAT & POULTRY

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