The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 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 30, 1945
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;.fte. : lifiiMf t^SjjiifetfS^ ftSeW* SENECA SCHOOL OPENS SEPT. 3 Seneca: Supt. Gowan announces (that Seneca consolidated school •iWll open Monday, Sept. 3, at 9 A. m. and will remain in session until noon. The buses will follow last year's routes the first day. The faculty is as follows: Supt., L. R. iGowan; principal, Janet Schuler; commercial, Julia Conwell; 7th and 8th, Carol Jensen; Harriet Olsen and Mrs. Norman Thompson •and Jean Erickson will have acharge of departmental work In 4he 3, 4, 5, and 6th grades. Miss Erickson will also teach vocal music. Elizabeth Henrickson will teach the 1st and 2nd grades. Mrs. Wm. Gilchrist will have charge of the teacherage. Bus drivers are Fred Jensen, Olaf Oftedahl, Norman Thompson and Robert Halverson. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Looft and Cleo of Lakota and Mrs. Margaret Tjoott of Swea City were Sunday evening callers at the Henry Looft home. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Osborn and json Gary of Charles City were week end guests at the hoTtae of v the former's father Willifltti d's* born. Sunday dinner guests at the Osborn home included the Neal Osborns, also Mr. and Mrs. Charles Osborn and Jimmy, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton and family of Fairmont, Minn. The Roy Os* borns were afternoon callers. Family, Wesley* Really Service Minded Wesley: Dickie and Sharon, son and daughter of George Rlggs, of the navy are visiting at the parental Rev. J. A. Riggs home. George is on the U. S. S. Shenandoah off the west coast. Capt. Elmore Riggs of the air transport command is stationed in an office in Naples, Italy. Paul Riggs of the ground forces of the infantry is stationed at Wenzel, Germany. He left in May and is in the 3rd army of occupation. Francis Riggs, a cadet in the army air corps at Terre Haute, Ind., will graduate as a navigator on September 12. He will be married September 16 to Miss Emma Bernon at Terre Haute. Rev. and Mrs. Riggs will attend the wedding and Rev. Riggs will perform the ceremony. FOR SALE TO CLOSE ESTATE 80ACRES 5 miles west of Algona on pavement. 160 ACRES 6£ miles west of Algona, 1 mile north of pavement. Hutchison & Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 251 Algona 34-35 OF SWEA PASSES Swea Eagle: Emily HeldenWlth. 15 year old daughter of Mr. aha MM. Eryin Heidenwith, passed away Monday, Aug. 20, at the Chappell Clinic of Clear Lake from an incurable ailment. She has been a hospital patient much of the time the past few years. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at Immanuel Lutheran church with Rev. A. M. Voungquist in charge. Burial Was in Harrison cemetery. Besides her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Heidenwith, she is sur- vivedrtoy three sisters and a brother. Turkey Tour Held The Swea City Hatchery's annual turkey tour was held last Thursday. Turkey growers meet at hatchery in morning and drove to Elmer Schaffers farm northwest of Armstrong hence to Ole Johanson's and Floyd Treats farm in Swea township. A picnic dinner was held at Reynolds park. The hatchery farm 'northeast of Swea City was visited in afternoon and where discussion were made in interest toi turkey growers. berg's Daughter to Dayton Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg received word from their daughter Mrs. Genevia Finlayson saying she had completed studies of the woman's army school of communications at Omaha and was leaving for Wright Field, Dayton, Ohio, for employment. Her husband Laverne Finleyson is with the armed forces overseas. Her sister Lucille Berg, a radio technician, is also stationed at Wright Field. The . girls, eteveft Itt fttiiftt I, leadef Mrs, Stuart f flttS^el joyed aft outing at Ifiteri Minn., last Wednesday Until Jprl day. They enjoyed swlffimtftg.Ktk ing and roller skating aftd tsRlhJ part in preparing meals, The club will take exhibits to county fair this week. A stration team will be Joyce an<! Violet Gerdees Who Will .demonstrate the making of curtains. Home on Furlough Cpl. Marvin Sanders who is sta tioned at a prisoner Of war camp at Douglas, Wyoming, Is spending a 30-day furlough with his Wife and his parents Wm. Sanders. Pfc. Lowell Larson arrived Tuesday for a 30*day leave at home of his parents Emil Larsons. He has been at the O'Reilly Geh« eral Hospital, Springfield,' Mo.. where 'he underwent a major operation two months ago on his left leg from battle wounds from the fighting in Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Dellard Bishop are parents of a daughter born Aug 17 at Forbes hospital. Joanne and Marilyn Hosier of Superior, Wis., who have spent the greater part of the summer here with their aunt Mrs. Wm. Barger returned home last week. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Hieken of Fairmont, Minn., were here Saturday looking over the storm damages on their farm where Roger Linde and Edd Bergeson are tenants. Mrs. Tony Anderson and son George who have spent the summer at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fasgren left Thursday for her home in Chicago, 111 Mrs. Anderson's husband Is a marine In the Pacific. Ledyard Vicinity J\ews Items Joan Haugen of Blue Earth is visiting at the home of her aunt Mrs. Cecil Pingel. Mrs. Marvin Junkermeier was operated on at St. Joseph hospital in Mankato last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs 1 . Clarence Scott left last Wednesday for Wisconsin to spend a week at their farm. Max Nitz and Mrs. Lorenz Nitz visited Mr. and Mrs. Max Nitz at the hospital in Mankato on Thursday. Misses Margaret, Gertrude and r "FILL UP" YOUR CAR WITH GAS AND DRIVE TO THE COUNTRY ON A Labor Day Picnic! Planning an outing over the week-end? Then come to your friendly A & P for fodos to fill your picnic hamper. You'll find scores of good things to eat ... including top-quality groeries . . . tempting fresh fruits and vegetables . . . lucious baked goods . . . and refreshing beverages in wide assortment. Prices are- modestly low as always! BEVERAGES Yukon Club Assorted Sparkling 4-24 oz. BEVERAGES bots Every Meal APPLE BUTTER 14 oz. jar Fresh Colored CHEDDAR CHEESE, Ib I3c 8 pt Ib 32c RATIO BLUE STAMPS RED STAMPS SUGAR >N CALENDAR All formerly Blue Stamp Foods NOW RATION FREE! Q2 through U expire Friday, August 31st. New stamps LI through Ql effective Sat., Sept. 1. Stamps No. 36 expires Friday, August 31st. BEAT THE DEADLINE Spend expiring red stamps by Friday, August 31st. New stamps effective Saturday, September 1st (see ration calendar). White House Fortified 1% pts. ea. EVAP. MILK OR A 4 tall cans ....................................... «wC 100% Pure Hydrogenated 12 pts. Ib. DEXO Vegetable shortening, 1 Ib. ctn Derby 1 pt. ea. POTTED MEAT If)5 oz. can ............................................ IwC for less than YOU'LL NEED THESE! Sunnyfield Enrich FLOUR fl» I n0 50 Ib 25 Ib. bag V • «"«* bag (Iced Tea at its best- Ic a glass!) NECTAR TEA % Ib. pkg A & P Grade A GRAPEFRUIT JUICE «Q. 46 oz. can *«*C Whole Kernel Vacuum Pack MBLETS CORN 12 oz. can Valley Home Brand TOMATO KETCHUP 14 oz. bottle Glen Oak MUSTARD 2 Ib. jar Ice Cream Crushed ROCK SALT 5 Ib. pkg True American MATCHES 6 boxes Fiesta Assorted Colored PAPER NA^ONS pkg. of 80 Hurts Only Dirt KITCHEN KLENZER 2-14 07. cans N°"' ifl45 Pafk Peas GREEN GIANT No. 2 can | They're Here for Canning! • U. S. No. 1 Colorado Brushed PEACHES S2.09 I3c 20c I3c I7c 24c 9c I2c I9c 18 Ib. lug | U. S. No. 1 Washington = Canning 1 BARTLETT A I QA 1 PEARS, 18 Ib lug V * >O9 B Iced Oklahoma 1 WATERMELONS 1 Ib 4}c § California Size 288 Juice VALENCIA m ORANGES, doz 28c California Thirst Quenching FANCY LEMONS, Ib I4c Claifornia Size 60 HEAD LETTUCE, head.... I2c U. S. No. 1 Idaho Russet NEW POTATOES MM,. 10 Ibs «WC HELP SAVE THE CROPS GET A SPARE-TIME FARM JOB This is an emergency. There's a help shortage on the farms. All over the country; right around you. Non-farm folks like you will have to pitch in and help—for the food crops must be saved. So, get a farm job— spare time, week-ends, Sundays, vacation. Help some farmer bring in the food; help your country out of a jam. Rou'll be paid for doing it. See your County Agent or Farm Labor office—now. •uiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiuiiiiii Get your copy of the September "Woman's Day"—2c Staleys Sweetose GOLDEN SYRUP 5 Ib. jar New 1945 Pack Del Monte PEAS No. 2 can ................ All Good Fancy TOMATO JUICE 46 oz. can. ............. A & P Grade A GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, No. 2 can.. lona Brand SPINACH No. 2 can ................ I6c 24c 130 I2c Smith's Beauty TOMATOES No. 2 can Del Monte Vacuum Whole Kernel CORN, 12 oz. can.... Ever Best Candied CUCUMBER CHIPS, 12 oz. jar.... A & P GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, pint bottle I3c Packed I3c Sweet Pasteurized FRESH MILK, 1 qt. toot.. 33c lOc Marvel Enriched 'Frankfurter or SANDWICH II* ROLLS, Pkg. of 8 I«M» Is your coffee 5 ways better? Is YOUR Coffee 5 ways better? EIGHT O'CLOCK COFFEE is: Mild and mellow CA A 3 Ib. bag. i W9V iM^ Farip Dozen carton. 44c OWNED AND OPERATED Br THE GREAT ATLANTIC & PACIFIC TEA COMPANY Mildred Roderick of Waterloo were week end guests at the D. B Mayer home. Mrs. Roger Cotethurst of Ainsworth came Saturday night to visit several days at the home of her sister Mrs. Kenneth Busch. Mrs. J. H. Welfare, Mrs. Chris Gilhaus and Dean, Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Marvella, Doretta and Carolyn were Blue Earth shoppers on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brandt and son Irvin and Miss Lena Run- kesmeier left Thursday for Texas to visit their son Orville Brandt who is stationed there. Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Kelly oJ Iowa Falls stopped for a short while last week Monday at the Frank Kelly home. They were en- route to Garry, South Dakota. Mrs. Wm. Green and Mrs. Christy Hinricksen will be hostesses to the E. and R. Women's Guild at the church basement Thursday, Aug. 30. Everyone interested is cordially invited. Mrs. John Batchelor and son Michael of Victorville, Calif., came last week to visit indefinitely at the D. A. Carpenter home. Her husband Stg. John Batchelor has been transferred to Kearnes, Utah Mrs. Fr^nk Kelly was hostess to the 'Methodist Women's Society at? the church Thursday afternoon Mrs. E. A. Carpenter led devotions. The next meeting will be Sept. 13 with Mrs. George ^homp- son as hostess. On Saturday evening Mrs. Tice Brock was hostess to the G. O. F Club. The birthdays of Mrs. D. A Carpenter and Mrs Glenn Yohnke were observed. The evening was spent socially and lunch was served by the hostess. Deloris Mayne returned Wednesday evening after a ten day trip to Camp Joseph T. Robinson at Little Rock, Arkansas.v where she visited Pvt. Arden Anderson. Arden has transferred since to the paratroopers and has been sent to Fort Benning, Georgia. Mrs. Virgil Lewis, widow of the late Lt. Col. Virgil Lewis, came Wednesday evening from Denver, Colo., to visit at the Lewis and Brock homes. On Monday she left again taking her small daughter Betty home with her. Betty has visited her aunt Mrs. Wilson Brock since in May. Mrs. Claude Haag was in town on Sunday having just returned from California where she spent the summer with her husband who was in camp there. He has 'been transferred to a new location and Mrs. Haag will move over here this Wednesday to be ready to resume her school duties next week, Army Nurse Visits In North End Home Swea Eagle: Lt. Mae Peterson is visiting at home of her aunt Mrs. David Anderson where her sister Mariam Peterson makes her home. Lt. Peterson has served two years in England with the 315th Station Hospital. She landed in New York two weeks ago and received her furlough at Camp Grant, 111. On the way here she visited her grandmother Mrs. L. Erickson, Rockford, 111., and her father Walter C. Peterson, Webster City. BOYS' AU, PURPOSE SHIRTS I.IOea, • Strong blue cotton fabric 9 Finely tajlpywl— «an- forf»e4 9 Ideal |oj wpik, play. PHONI . hostess to th« Aid society at^ef Ji afternoon. 'Mrs, Will read the scripture; JMtM. e. G, Qefzema gave the pray**; Hilda Swalve played a piano sold; Mrs. Vefnort Smith^'aftd Wanda land sang a duet, accdfnpanled by •her mother Mrs. Heetland; Mrs. J< E. Smith read a paper on Woman of the Bible. TJhej church will hold their annual Mission Festival Sun* day, September 2nd. ' Mr. and Mrs. ttenry Swalve were visitors at Albert -Lea last Saturday. Joe Kollasch speftt last week at Rochester, Minn., where he went through the clinic. Francis Weaver is at home on- furlough to visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Weaver, The 8 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arlle Meyer has been 111 for the past two weeks but is improving. Mesdames W. E. Ley, Francis Adams and Audrey Hastings attended a Red Cross business meeting at Algona Friday. /Mrs, Will Baumann went to the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge last week where she underwent a major operation Friday. Supt. John W. Cook and -family returned recently from their summer vacation and Supt. Cook will take up his school duties Sept. 4. Fanchin and Faustlne, twin sisters of Arlis Heetland returned with her to >Des Moines last week Sunday evening for a few days visit. Linda Diann, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Nitz, was baptized recently at St. Paul Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. Max Nitz were sponsors. Emma Gutknecht, Lena Gutknecht and Mesdames C. A. Gutknecht, W. E. Gutknecht and Delia Smith were Fort Dodge shoppers last week Tuesday. Mrs. Jennie Hendricks and five children from Webster City visited her sister Mrs. Albert Johnson and family and other relatives in this vicinity last week. Mrs. I. E. Wortman entertained •at a coffee party last week Wednesday afternoon honoring Mrs. Grace Wilson of Dubuque. Guests were Mesdames Will Schroeder, George Heetland, C. C. Gerzema, J. E. TJkena and Dorothy and Mrs. Francis Adams. • Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Krall returned Saturday from a two weeks vacation. The first week they, visited Mrs. Krall's sister Mrs. Cornelia Humphrey at Cedar Rapids and the second week they rented a cottage at Clear Lake and spent the week there. The Rev. and Mrs. Tabe Loats, Dubuque, were visiting at the p Hugh Lewis and Andrew Jansens ! AlWAftAVO v*iaav ...TT W*«lht.\MVUHim^.- WG1AU*H at tftS ;M6p!a%((l^»M^Jtt(Mtrf I*attefiB»iH| 1 6m MW;Btt6HtilngiWfe'r6 ;tfa6 Ern* ^WdftntefisVifte iM6 OlftffleM Slid, daughter -Mrl.-.' AS IHtir Petef- sen am the Mike Winters ! «f Ma* sbtt City;. Am the Andrew ja«- Sens 6i Laketa. "the grflM recent* ly returned from overseas. Maftha Thllges is assisting with the household duties at the Herman Illg home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred lllg were Vis- 6M JiffimlS mm : left* Alfdnff were last TUisdny ylsitdfs at the CaMine Kirsfen, da&gntef tit li/fft ahd MIPS. John m?seh, is s visiteif with relatives arid t fiends, jheM Miss Klfseh had Been employed at Ahkenyr , '•...•: •• •• .. •.;•• •. tit . flftd . Mi s. Geof ge Wagner, Shirley and John and Mrs. Sylveste? Wagnef ahd daughtefs were Sunday visitors at the Nick Reding and Mrs. Rose SchUrnackei? homes in Whlttemofei ; ( dpi. Delmar JV Reding left' till the Keith orlffet, son df Griff et Sunday aftefftoon/ at the First Baptist ehut cfe wood, Calif, Dr, John ft. Siemens, preformed the ceremony. Bloused Crowns, Brief Brims Tell Fall Hat Story 4 By the crowns you will know the new. hats of Fall 1945. Brims, too, are looking up and there is a definite suggestion of height in all types of hats this fall. ' J Another important fall silhouette which is an outgrowth of earlier trends,is the high young bonnet. Soaring quills, ostrich curls, natural gamebird feathers and other types of feather trimmings are very popular. For fall glitter there are afternoon and evening hats trimmed with bright beads, buttons, sequins and metalic embroidery. Come in and make your selection now while we have hundreds of new hats from which to choose. Prices are down. The ELITE INSULATION Means Many Things FIRE Protection See how fire stopped at Insulation Line Rock Wool Insulation Brings An Added Benefit Besides Saving Fuel, mak- ing house warmer in Win- ter, cooler in Summer, Rock Wool Insulation Pro- tects against Fire. . Fire Stops at Insulation '. . * Line m ' = Read this unsolicited letter Cowen Hvermore, Iowa April 7, 1945 Cowan Building Supply Co. Algona, Iowa Gentlemen; We are more than pleased with our Eagle Cortifiled Insulation Job your 9ompany installed in our home located three aoid one-half miles east of Liverraore, Iowa, • " ~ Our home can be heated ujniformly ,now and we are ustnjg almost 40% less fuel than we did before JnteuJatJing without closing off any rooms during the winter, months. We are pot botihe^ed by drafts and, our floors stay much warmer, In the hot summer months our' home is comfortably OOP! are happy to let you know we have nfc toot, stuffy bedrooms more, and as-a matter pf fact we enjoy better hjaJift fchs year round. - - • •• • •. , ' ' ' ' ' : : '••''•j.-'/ ' \ , ,"'""' : Besides bringing ui these renewed comforts and saying fuel, JJagle mnerai wool tavecl ow hope, from <#$ destru^lw by ttre March 3V184J5, .-'.:-•'• •'*^.:-:^.'-. ; - ••• : ::'-'•.' ':• The fire tire rpofof lag tbsi fire until have been 4es,trpyi, ^:V:giit*tii

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