The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1945 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1945
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Sf&^^WiSS^fK^W^jfStfif/:'.' him 6n the piano. , / Miss Whitney taught the 1 tfrU mfiry grades in the BuM school for 30 years. Before that she taught at Algbha and Bancroft, teaching 50 years in all. She retired from the teaching pf dfessksH about nine Takes State Job Ledyafd: Harold M. Oranner, former superintendent of Ledyard school) was a visitor here Friday. •Mr. Granner has accepted a new position with the State Teachers' Association, and the family will da? af ternftoft, Sept, 2 id? Miss Eva whiteey, who died early day mbrning, Aug. 31, at the hoflie of MM, LewiS Larsew, where IMd Insuted, gainst km ot - mmpffi to. do ID klftdr oi dpftyinf gad she had been eared for for several months. The service Was conduct* ed by the Rev. A* Q. Meddle. But- Jai war at Bancroft. John fteib- hoff sang ''Rest In the Lord" and m iiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii Esther L. Langmack and Elmer M. Langmack, Owners Infant Blankets Receivhig, size 27x36. 38c New assortment of potted house plants. Lunch Pail Fruit Cake Tin 2,qt; pail with cover and handle. Wrapped- ready for oversea shipping. Infant Dresses Size 1 to 3. Assorted colors and designs. Curtain Rods Spring type. Flash Lights * Pre-war plastic case, with safety switch. Hand Bags Genuine leather, zipper fastening, with coin purse, cloth lined. Assorted colors. Braceets {Stainless steel. Large size. Glasses Gold rimmed and band, de- 'sign concave, ribbed shape, clear glass. Ladies' dressing comb, heavy lucite, clear or colored. Fly Spray 25c,I 49c Candle Holders Star shaped, heavy clear y , . glass. ' . Cookie Sheets Aluminum, Il%xl6. Men's bluel or tan, stripped - Assorted -, sizes.' lrge rsize,^plastic : . colored; Boys' Overalls Dish Towels Flour sacks. Bleached. 50.Ib, bags. Decal Transfers New assortment of designs. Heavy cotton material, dark blue. Sanforized. Size 3 to 8. SAYS SECRETARY OF AGRICULTURE: De^itetty Used Fat ''' ' ' ''' " , Algona, laws, l^emtef IS, 194S Every woman in America should know that our country continues to face a aerioua fat shortage. And victory over Japan won't solve the problem immediately. We must keep on saving used fats in our kitchens! If you have any thought that fats is one of those ! can drop, now .,,..., f> pteas^con-. aider 1 3 and tell them to ;' i ;'':J%'«Ewa»S'anHl*hei'«fian?**«««i'iiBrli-'/«»':l 3$ H •Don't let a single drop o£ ttle 'trjjn» pffet left on the platter at the left on ptetW, and even OFBIMDEPARK Burt: Capt, and Mrs. J&onald Patterson and baby left Monday for Des Moines after a two weeks visit at the home ofthe Captain's Parents Mr. and Mrs. G, W. Patterson. Virginia Patfefsoh went home with them for a few days visit. At the end of hfs furlough Capt. Patterson Will report at San Antonio, Texas. A week ago Sunday the following relatives were also guests at the Pattersdtt home: Mr. and Mrs. 1. A. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lyng and son, Lake Mills: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brunk and Marcia, Rockford, 111.; and Major; Chicago. James Appleyard, John Rlebhoff Preaches John Rtebhoff preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning. He is Studying for the ministry and will resume his studies at Morningside College next week. Arrives for Furlough Lt. Roland Lavrenz arrived Sunday from Brigham City, Utah, where he recently underwent an operation, to spend a 30 day furlough with his family. Back from Germany . St. Sgt. Lyle Fraser recently re- turend from Germany and is spending a 30 day furlough with The Rev. Efbe, Boone, Is to be present and lecture and shdw pictures of Mexlea. Mrs. Bertha Wallace and sons, Vaughn and Vemdn, Mason City, spent Sunday at the G. P. Hawcott home. Vernon, who recently received his discharge from the army after about three years overseas, remained for a several weeks visit at the HawCott home. He is Mrs. Hawcott's brother. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Thompson took their daughter Barbara to Dubuque .over the Week end. Mrs. Gerta Thompson accompanied them to Marshalltown where sho visited her daughter Mrs. Earl Girton. The H. A. Thompsons also visited Mrs. Thompson's brother at Dysart. Barbara is resuming her studies at Dubuque University. his parents Mr. and Fraser. Mrs. Don Family Reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nieland and son Henry accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Karler, Bancroft, to Garner Sunday, where they attended a family reunion. Also present were the Reider Kroming- as, Amos Kromingas, Amos Krominga Sr., Mrs. Raymond Krominga and the Gene Mills, Titonka, and the A. J. Neilands, Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mitchell were visitors In Mason City Friday. . Ralph Steward has been sick several days with double pneumonia. -The M. W. Woltzs spent the week end with relatives in Des Moines. The Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. J. H. Graham 'Friday afternoon. The Friendly Four Club meets Thursday afternoon Cliff Lovstad. with Mrs. Emil Bellinger, Avoca, Wls, came Monday for a visit with Burt and Algona relatives. ' ' ~ The American Legion Auxiliary Will hold a bake sale at Smith's store Saturday afternoon. Mrs. J. L. Miller went to Havelock Monday to visit her grandmother and help her move into a new home. The U and I Circle met at the Mrs. L. R. Daniels home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. A. G. Volentine was the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Art Riedel, Foley, Minn., visited-Saturday at the L. H. Riedel home. Art and L. H. Riedel are brothers. . • Mr. and Mrs;-Nels J. Nelson and daughter Arlene attended a Harvest Festival at the Upper Flat church near Britt Sunday. The Karl Andersens spent Sunday at Humboldt. Mrs. Andersen's brother, T5 Alden , Chamberlin, had recently returned from Europe. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott returned Monday from a week's fishing trip near Longville, Minn. • Mrs. C. H. Blossom, Jennie Thompson and,the Lloyd.Elstons, Algona, called at the Esther and Ruth Hodgson home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Bierbaum and family, Cherokee, spent the week end at the G. H. McMulleh „ home,. Mrs. Bierbaum is Mr. McMullen's sister. The members of the school faculty, their husbands and wives and Mr.-and Mrs. J. D. Graham had a picnic supper at Call Park, Thursday evening. . The Rev. Ferdinand Reith preached at a Mission Festival at Garner Sunday afternoon. He and Mrs, Reith'attended a Lutheran conference in Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs.. Will McDonald and Mr. and Mrs. Harry McMur- 1 ray, Algona, spent Sunday after noon at the C, S. Coffin home The ladies are Mr. Coffin's sisters The L; M. Bonstetters, Corwith visited Sunday afternoon at the W. J. Lpckwood home. Their littl daughter, Donno, who had spen ten days at the Lockwood home returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mitchell ant two sons and Mrs, Nella Mitchell Iowa Falls, spent the week end a the Don Mitchell home! Mrs. Nella Mitchell remained for a couple o week? visit at the home of her son Dr. and Mrs, R. J, Dundas, Waterloo, visited the Martin Greise and Date 'Dundas families the firs' of last week. AH three families •Dundas, Arm- SgL Reimers, Wife Visit At Fenton Home, Week End •Fenton: Teoh. Sgt. and Mrs. Hilfred Reimers and children of Des Moines came Saturday morning and spent until Sunday with Sgt. Reimers' mother, Mrs. Emma Reimers and his sister Mrs. Arlo Ranney and family. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Ranney and Mrs. Emma Reimers .took them to Des Moines, and on Monday the Ray Reimers family of Iowa City came to spend the day with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ranney and Mrs. Reimers returned to Fenton Monday night. Fenton Team Wins The Fenton high school baseball team played the Ringsted high school team at Ringsted, Friday and won over them with a score of 11 to 8 in an eight inning game. Hadley Bailey visited at the Harold Fude home over the week end. Mrs. Richard Goetsch and Mrs. Edw. Priebe were Fairmont shoppers Friday. .Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kern left for Minnesota Saturday where they will visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs-. Art Mueller and Franklin were dinner guests at the 'Llyod Kern home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gade of Whittemore were Sunday evening visitors at the Martin Hantlemann home. Miss Phyllis Frank came Friday night and is spending a -week's vacation here. Miss Frank is employed in St. Paul. Mrs. Lyle Newel . and Dennis, Barbara Jane Hanifan, Mrs. Howard Rabey and Phyllis Frank were Algona visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Weisbrod are parents of a 9 pound boy born September 7, at the Whittemore hospital. He has been named William Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and children and Mr. and Mrs. Mervih Priebe and Janice Mae were Sunday dinner guests at the Edw. Priebe home. The dinner was in honor of Mrs. Lloyd Berkland, whose birthday was Sunday, and Mrs, Mary strong, visited Day,. '• Bend Laboi ' The I. W, Hansens. Marble Rock speqt the week end at (he L. H, Sohenck, home a nd CftWed on Burl friends, . They recently sold oul their store at §he4i RocS and have o» a new hsvt aft f society w l\\ meeting Friday from, severa} , societies hsvt" feeen .invited. • The only big Gravity Type Self- feeder on the market that will feed all kinds of mixed ground grain at all times and in all kinds of weather without bridging over next to feed trough. The secret that makes this feeder feed without bridging is this short throat and features thereof. • This leeder is built with a short throat in the center and directly under the feed bin. At the top of this short throat are the feed breakers, which protrude over the air space. • As the feed falls down from feed bin above by gravity these so-called feed breakers break up the feed • so it isn't compact as it falls into the short throat. That leaves the feed loose along the sides of feeding troughs, making it easy to agitate the feed control swing gate. • The so-called feed breakers, besides breaking up the feed so it is loose, fllso act as a supporter to hold the weight of the feed above, off the feed in this short throat. This throat is short and doesn't hold much feed, therefore the weight of the feed in the throat itself will not cause it to become compact again. • All ground feed has a lot of fine flour irj it, which is part of the ground feed. This fine flour seals the, cracks . of the -wood, so it is practically air tight. That is the son this air space is so import' dnf o n this breaker type feeder, or.' y'oii would have a vacuum or Teducefl a|r pressur_e condition, aii4 in that way the feed Bridge a lot easier. « all grain when ground, hea.ting( P.? m we say, going he sweat. When ground f«e4 if 'In this stsfge it is and ' $Mi feig air spase allpws a good in tb^s tbroat «ts thf beat out and in fe ml* witt» m ut tails or Bode Youth On U & S. Pemt«ylvania Bude: August id Will be a date that Howard Johnsori S2-c USE will remember for a long time. On that date the ship to which he is assigned, the battleship Pennsylvania, was hit by a Japanese aerial torpedo in Buckner Bay, Okinawa. Twenty of the ship's crew were killed or are missiria. The Pennsylvania, old warhorse of the line, launchel in 1015, had fought through two wars without serious damage until last month. After the bombing attack, other ships pulled alongside and the Pennsylvania was saved by the narrowest margin. Howard and the rest of the crew were particularly sad because the "Pennsy" wasn't able to steam into Tokyo Bay for the final surrender. Appendix Operation Swea Eagle: Mrs. Henry-Schuler underwent an appendix operation recently at, Mercy hospital, Fort DOdge, Last account she is recovering satisfactorly. Estimates Given Without Obligation Be sure to keep yottf electri* Cal appliances in good COM- dition — you still won't be able* to get new ones for a while. Bring them to Pratt Electric for expert repair work at reasonable prices. m m m 1 Pratt Electric Phone 170 Algona AT YOUR DEPENDABLE COLORADO ELBERTA PEACHES Ton have been waiting- for these Tree Ripened Colorado Freestones. Finest flavor' and' naturally sweet. Best (or table and canning. Get our low price In boxes and bushel baskets. WASHINGTON ITALIAN PRUNES WATERMELON, Ib. ... 4c ONIONS 5c &O LB : $2.19 StJNKIST GRANGES lie LEMONS |£ CABBAGE LB. NO POINT CANNED FOODS SUBJECT TO STOCK REGARDS NEW JUNE PEAS CROP No. *... 100 HOLJIEN t ALASKA PEAS „„. ,110 PRE-VDE LAHOE SWEET PEAS CREAM' STYLE, GOLDEN CORN No. ,120 MORNING LIGHT GREEN BEANS No. ,14* FANCY' SLICED GREEN BEANS 16e UGENE DICED BEETS NO. .120 BLDE TAG DICED CARROTS >140 MORNIWO MOHT SPINACH No. »%.... 170 8UPEKB FANCT WHOLE TOMATOES *„ ~. 220 MEETEH'S TOMATO JUICE No. 1 100 MONTH TOMATO SAUCE B-ox. ADEI.INA TOMATO PASTE itoeilii gM® sAucr Ko. •141 WON-UP GBAPEFEDIT JUICE 300 COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS 10 INCH ROASTS . Pound, 30c, 29c and 7 INCH ROASTS Pound, 33c, 3le and RIB ROASTS 26c 20C BEEF SHOULDER ROASTS COMMERCIAL GRADE, Ib. . 24c MOOD CRAPE, Ib 26c feHUICE GRADE, Ib. T7Z8c SAUSAGES — MEAT LOAVES See our tempting variety of ready-to-serve , meats. Can be had sliced or In piece to beat in the oven. SMALL TENDER FRANKS POUND 35c BIG RING DOLOGNA POUND 32c LONG OVER SAUSAGE POUND 32c PLATTER PERFECT BEEF STEAK These tender, Juicy steaks are now of Increased interest since ration point values have been reduced ROUND STEAK POUND, 40«, 18e and , 330 '."•rise list SIRLOIN STEAK POUND, ile, 40e and ... 320 SHORT CUT STEAKS POUND Sic, ilt and MEXICAN*™* HOT BEANS IN CHILI GRAVY Ib, ground beef in a heavy pUHct with 2 Ibs. butter and one finely minced onion. 'Add REGARDS Mexican style hot beans and simmer lor 20 minutes. If higher seasoning is desired add one teaspoon chill powder, No. 8 Can 12c URIAD Bfe Brown P0% Whole When* 84-OS!!, feOAJP MACARONI SPAGHETTI ; ^-v^^^«--- : -.;-: L ji., .,:'-!'-:... - . -Sail ^^^^^^ . ^^^psj^ffij^^fljjj^^p* . . ^SpPI^P'.' IBBWSI TSBPP FIRST PRIZE, M mi C«tt«» I I*. JMW» HS4Syp^^:.;.^iv^ ; :-.--.-;; -^-.^SK^,.

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