The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 16, 1942 · Page 6
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J'r^T i f f:'J? >_'V ' W/*?*. ' ^ -H. _ X/ \ *, Sugar For Fruit Canning Rationed to Family Units The past month has proved a headache for the local sugar rationing board, especially the matter of canning sugar rationing, according to members of the board. When it was announced by state headcfrar- ters that canning sugar would be rationed at 5 pounds per person, beginning on Thursday, May 14, and for three days, rationing boatd offices were crowded all day, with a waiting line, and it was Impossible to care for all 'Of the applicants. Then a few days later the state board extended the time for the applications to care for all of the registrants. For Fruit Canning: Sugar will be rationed to those canning fruit at the rate of 1 pound for each 4 quarts canned the previous year. And this docs not mean one pound per individual, but one pound per family. For instance, a family of four put up 400 quarts of fruit last yearl The family would be rationed 100, pounds of sugar. Then the 5 pounds of can>- nirtg sugar already rationed to the individuals in the family of four would be deducted, which would be. 20 pounds off the 100! Thus a fam* stilus SHOE STORE ALCONA IOW/> Tut SHOt STORE THAT WIS ^ARtOf VOUli Ft lly or four Which had put up* 400 quarts of fruit iln 1941 gets 80 pounds for this ^year's fruit canning. If the family intends to can jellies 'or jams each member may get 1 pound.of sugar, making the total for the family for fruit canning 64 pounds. This fruit canning sugar may be applied for beginning July 10th. 22,000 In Kossuth ThlS county Is an example of what the sugar boards had to contend with. Since May 14th, 5500 canning sugar certificates have been issued by the local board. Clerks In the office tell us that each certificate covers four persons, on the average. Therefore only 22,000 of the 26,000 Kossuth residents have been provided with canning sugar certifcates. Then, too, the board has made trips to various towns in the county and spent a half day >or day ^n an effort to take care of applications. Take Your Time Those of Kossuth residents who have not as yet applied for canning sugar rationing should do so within the next two weeks or before July 1. The office will be open daily until late summer. And, If it is found advisable and necessary, the board will again call on towns throughout the coflnty with a half day or day's service >of ration-ing. v With 22,000 Kossuth persons having already received a certifcate for five .pounds each the ouput of rationed canning sugar so far reaches 'ft total of 110,000 pounds or 65 tons. /' '•"•';." ""'^ -4''-;^>- ••riifrittlril •'' ' •Clarence Erpelding spent the past week visiting friends at Peoria, Kansas. Darwin Hammer returned home last Sunday from a visit with rel- n lives at JLeSeuer, Minn. Bobbie Fuhrmarrn had his tonsils removed in Fort Dodge the first part of the month. Private Erwin Bormann left on Thursday evening for Camp Bowie, Texas, 'after a ten-day furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capeslus and fnmily spent Sunday afternoon at the Frank Capesius home near Algona.- David, Donna and Barbara Thill, from near Algona spent several days last week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thul. Krs. Walter Bradley and daughter, Marie Ann of Algona spent the week end at the home of her parenls, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thilges. Mr. and Mrs. William Hammer entertained relatives and friends at Iheir home Sunday, June 7th, Regular Cleaning Saves Fabrics and Clothing Work hours, men and fabrics are baing turned over to production for the Armed Forces. This means that Mrs. Uncle Sam must * prolong the life of her clothing by havirrg them cleaned regularly. Send your clothes to The Modern for prompt, efficient service. Phone 537, .Modern Dry Cleaners & Tailors HOLMES & CLOPTON Tuesday, June 16 Olivia DeHavilaml and Henry Fonda in "THE MALE ANIMAL" Pat O'Brien in "TWO YANKS IN TRINIDAD" Wednesday-Thursday, June 17-18 Thursday Bargain Matinee 10c-25c AN M-Q-M PICTURE STORY of our MODERN ARMY! THE BUGLE SOUNDS ~)wALlSCE BEERY Friday and Saturday, June 19-20 The Gang Takes Over the Law He's as fast on the draw as he was scoring touchdowns! JOHN KIMBROUGH VIRGINIA GIIMORE AftttfN WHELAN TOUGH AS THEY COMf Fun on Saturday for All! Sunday-.Monday-Tuesday, June 21-28-23 Three Big Bays—Summer Policy SO BIG! It challenges you wildest imagination! Rudyard Kipling's "• TH1 witbSABU Browh-Zelglef Wedding— iDorothy Jean Browrt, daughter of Mrs. Victor Hlsefodt, becairie the bride of iBarl M. Zelgler, son of Air. and Mrs. Wilber Zeigler, in a single rfng ceremony Wednesday evening at the parsonage of the First Lutheran church. , Rev. E. 1C Nelson performed the ceremony. The couple was attended by Betty Brown, sister of the bride, and Wayne Zeigler, brother of the bridegroom. The bride and her attendant were attired In light blue street length dresses with white accessories and wore corsages of roses. The new Mrs. Zeigler is a graduate of the Algona high school and for the past year has been employed by Attorney H. B. White. The groom is also a graduate of the'Al- gona high school and since that time has been associated with his* father in farming. ,The newyweds left immediately on a Week's wedding trip after which they will be at home in Algona. Mrs. Zeigler will continue to work for G. D. Shumway. W. S. C. S. Circles to Meet— The W, S. C. S. circles of the Methodist church will meet Thursday, June 18th, with the following hostesses: Mrs. E. A. Genrich's circle with Mrs. H. L. Gilmore for a picnic, Mrs. C. H. Clement's circle with Mrs. C. L. Ingersoll, Mrs. P. A. Danson's circle with Mrs. W. S. Windell, Mrs. R. W. Anderson's circle with Mrs. Howard Seeley, Mrs.' F. E. Sawyer's circle with' Mrs. R. F. Donovan, Mrs. Clint Lighter's 1 circle with Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs, A. E. Lauritzen's! cir' clc with Mrs. F. L. Tribon, Mrs. W. C. Irelan's circle with Mrs. C. F. Schoby and Mrs. T. C. Hutchison's circle with Mrs. T..C. Hutchison. Mrs. E. J. Hermanson's circle meeting has been postponed until Thursday, June 25th, when it will be held with Mrs. Henry Johannsen. Royal Neighbor Meeting Here—The Algona Camp of the Royal Neighbors of America will be hostess to the district convention on Thursday at the Bryant' school. There will be an afternoon and evening meeting, with nine camps taklrig part. 1 TViro,'state State Supervisor 'Florence Bridges and State Juvenile Organizer Mable Potter, will be In attendance, as well as the District Deputy .Nell Sexbon. ,The aftesrioon program will be a closed meeting, but in the evening at 8 o'clock the doors wllll be open to the public. Every** one Is dnvlted to attend as two very impressive ceremonies will be given as well aS a short program by local young people. Presbyterians 1?) 'Have Picnic— The members of the Presbyterlap church and Sunday School will have a picnic Wednesday at the CiU State Park. Activities will begin at 3 o'clock with contests, games and races for the children with Rev. Richardson and A. E. 'Kresensky in charge. A picnic aupper will he served at 6:45 with Mesdames John McDowell, Lloyd Pratt, Andrew Hansen, A. W. Amunson, A. J. Eason, Katharine Parks and C. C. Richardson on the committee in charge. Following the picnic supper a kitenbalf game will be held with members of the' Men's club and the 75 club participating. The evenign will close with a Song feat aound the flre. Two-Ball Foursomes at C!» C.— Thirty-two couples teed off froni the first green Sunday 'for the beginning of the mixed two-ball foursomes. -Mrs. Mel Griffin and John Haggard; tied with;Mrs. Eugene Murtagh aind D6n.,:Smlth ;for first prize with a score of 52. Mrs. H. L. Gilmore and Lloyd Robinson reveived the prize for having the most .strokes on No. 7, with a' s'core' 'of '14. The prize for the most strokes on any hole was awarded to Mrs. C. L. Torrence and and Paul iHamill, their score being 26 on No. 2. A buffet luncheon Was served to the group at 7 p. m. with Mrs. George Morton, chairman in charge. Algona Teachers to Wed— The picture of Miss Julia Hillestad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hillestad of Des Moines, appeared in the Sunday Register this week announcing her marriage to Jordon T. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Johnson of Randall, 66 Draftees Leave Thurs. Morning for Army Service Three busses left Algona Thursday morning containing a contingent of 69 Kossuth county boys joining the fighting forces of the United States. Eight of these were volunteers. On hand to see the boys off were . representatives of the V. P. W., the l*gion and Auxiliary. The high school band played several numbers. The "treats" committee, Lawrence Gillespie, Jack Wolfe, Wm. Barry, Jr., Gerhart Wittkopf and Roy Ingham provided a treat made up of a candy bar, a package of gum, a comb with a clip and a pacakge of cigarettes to each of the boys. Algon-a— Grant Hutchinson John Kerchner Asa Russell Raymond Kelly Robert James Miner Harry Louis Greenberg (Officer Candidate) « Ledyard— Paul James Gassman Brapton— j '••_ Truman Michael Svvea City- Richard Marion Evans • The Draftees Algona— Ambrose Joseph McBride Fred Edward Bormann Marvin Mail Eischerr iDallas Jerome Klein Harold Richard Nielson (Noble Crouch Joe Emmet Saunders Willard LeRoy Gross 0 August Brown, Jr. .Francis Theodore Higley Melvin Joseph Sifert Ralph Lown Archibald August Larson Burt— Leonard Edward Lovstad ' Pershing Woodrow Marlow •Faye Marion Bolie 3 wea City— Ervin Fred Schwartz Leonard James Petersen Robert F. Haglund Marvin E. Saumlers jakota— Herman Thomas Griese John Henry O'Keefe Lawrence Nelson Stafford Ledyard— 'Frederick Elias Munyer Gus Fred Simonsmier Fenton— Harvey Ervin Bellinger " Frank Gordon Hanna Leo Henry Klein Joy Cecelius Thompson Clayton Randolph Ditsworth LuVerne— Wayne Arlo Sanford Gordon .Manford Davidson Edwin Roland Jackson Joseph Amos Jenkins Bancroft— ' . Charles Raymond Quiim Walter William Elsbecker Walter Thomas Cowing IGeorge Thomas Merrill Clarence Verhard Vaske Titonka DJck Albert Beenken Edgar Ricks -j (Peter Merwin Haines Raymond Kromminga West Bend— Dwaine L. Anderegg Oscar M. Zaugg Robert James Thomann Whittemore— Paul Clement Urich Merlyn Louis Wegener Buffalo Center— Annel Burness Olson Clarence Burton Penning Herman Johann Tapper Jake Jutting Lone Rock— Roy Edward Hines Elmore, Minn.— John Darwin Simmons Alvin Adrien Sohn J. M. Dorr, lona, Minn. A. J. Klierhermes, St. Alizabeth, Mo. G. L. Carroll, Des Moines. V. L. Ha.ndon, Charles City. Plus the famous fun fued of "Tanlw » Million." "ABOUT FACE" at the bo» n honor of their 15th wedding anniversary. An Illg family reunion was held it Spencer Sunday, June 14th. The Illgs from this vicinity and several points in Minnesota gathered 'or the picnic. » Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thilges and (son, ,Hare|ld, Mrs. Math KJrsch and daughter, Katherine, spent several days at Dubuque last week visiting Sister M. Alda. Mrs. George Kruecher and Mrs. Ed Illg returned Sunday to their home at Currie, Minn., after attending the funeral of George Beck er and visiting with relatives. Iva Lu Thilges returned to her home Sunday after several weeks at the Nick Huberty home neai Whittemore assisting with the household duties and the care o! her nephews, twin; infant sons of Mr. and Mrs. Huberty. Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kellner are the parents of a son born Friday June 12th. They have one oth«- child, a girl. The infant was baptized Edward George Sunday by Father George Theobald. Sponsors were Mrs. Math Kellner and Geo. Hildman. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capeslus of here and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Capesius of Algona have received invitations and plan to attend the wedding of Lois' Eillenr Frahm and Maynard Leroy Nelson on Sunday afternoon at four o'clock at Triumph, Minn. Miss Frahm is a friends of the Capesius family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Besch of Whittemore are the parents of a boy born on Saturday, June 6th. .The Beschs now have two girls an-J one boy. Mrs. Besch was Alice Reding formerly of here. The infant was baptized Donald Michael Sunday at St. Michael's church in Whittemore. Sponsors were Mrs. Orville Wagner of here and Michael Besch, Jr., of Whittemore. i,*fTh«| cefefltoBy Wlft .. fclace June ®, Ml«s Hillestad was ft-teacher At the Bryant school last year and taught the fourth grade. Mr, Jahnstfn taugrm vocal music at the local high school. Robckfths Elect- Mrs. Robert Padgett was elected noble grand of the Rebekah lodge at the semi-annual meeting held on Tuesday evening at the lodge rooms. Mrs. Herman Fritz Is the retiring noble grand officer, Mrs. Pearl Smith was elected Vice grand, Mrs. Henry Lund, secretary, and Mrs. Louis Lynk, the treasurer.' Installation will take place In July. Three men, Conrad Herman, Hujifh Post, and Merman Fritz prepared and s'erved refreshments. O. E. S. Meetings— Mrs. Hugh Raney represented the Algona chapter of the Eastern Star at a meeting held Tuesday evening of last week at Emmetsburg. This meeting was called a Friendship meeting and initiatory work was taken care of. Another group consisting of Mrs. Walter Klamp, Ruth Ann MaVtln, Mrs. H. M. Olson and Mrs. J. J. Wadleigh will go to BUrt tomorrow evening (Wednesday) to another friendship meeting. IMl-s. Akrc Honored— Mrs. Thomas Akre was guest of honor at a surprise dinner Monday evening at the home of her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Akre. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Post, Mrs A.'M. Laldley, Mrs.-Elsie Cady and Evelyn, and Mrs. H. M. Vinson. Mrs. Akre arrived Friday • for a- visit from Hollywood, Calif. ... Sewing Club to Burt— Mrs. R, J. Nealy of Burt will entertain the members of her sewing club this afternoon at her home. Those attending from here will be Mesctames C. C. Richardson, Harlan Sigsbee, IL. S. Muckey, Dennis Pratt, Russell Waller, Lloyd Pratt, R. H. Guderlan, Henry Cope,, E. J. Hermanson, and George Conk- lln. \ ,; ; 35th Anniversary Celebrated— > Mr. and Mrs. Ws L. Whitney entertained a few friends at tea on Sunday In observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. Their son-, Howard Whitney and wife and two children, John and Laurel Martin of Riverside, 111., and Mr. arid Mrs. L. R. Hellie, of Albert Lea, Minn., were present for the occasion. Group to Burt— A group of Algona ladies were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. M. L. Viaaas at Burt Friday. Those attending were Mrs. Albin. Spongberg, Mrs. Delia Trputman, Mrs. William Dehnert, Mrs. Alma Nelson, and Mrs. Waller Klamp. Mrs. Claude Sigsbee of Burt was also present. Club . ' Htft.' *fe*f» Hi BttMt WAT 6*8 to the mefitbfer* df th« Book club Friday afternflbn At K*f KtfWe. A "hanky" shdWer WM fl^n 4t this time In honor af Mri, B. A, Qen* rich wh'6 la movlrig soon 'wM, her family to Ames. Mlsa Bertha Qou"* frey was a guest of the club. Young People Dance at O. Miriam Morton, June Ann Scan* Ian, and Tommy Lynch were the hostesses to twenty* couples, at ft dance at the Country Club Wed* nesday evening. The gr6up was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. M. O.- Norton, D>. and Mrs. 'F.C. Scanlan and Mr. and Mrs. Jt ,E. Lynch. Julia Bourne Is 6-<Julla Anne Bourne, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne, was six years old Friday and in honor of the occasion entertained nineteen friends. Games were played during the afternoon after which n lunch was served to the group ori the lawn 1 . ' ' :: Mlslsonary Society Will Meet— The Presbyterian Missionary society will meet Thursday afterndon at the church. Hostesses are Mrs. !L. W. Gllesple, Mrs. Joe Wadlelgh, Mrs. Henry Guderlan, and Mrs. Frank Gelgel. The leader Is to be Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. Vtetettr ttonioiwt* , »'Mrt, RltfBttni He**? HVfefal ladKsfl Saturday eV6ftln« li WMfht df JtAt»Wtft.,-il!tW8d»lirl. mm Wright ,*etu>ned to hef hotnfl Suit* " after Spending the week We are buying' al|:ldnds of scrap \rubber ight in at ottryM aftd OT £&f On£; / cent a pound for it, But i* should be brought ill with water and dirt out of it as ^e will see that the rubber will be shipped promptly and. to the right place. J. . ' . , v , ^^^ ' ^u -^^'.- •£& , .... . : ;•; -i i}^ - -. • :rFrank COOK: t : •>< »*> ; Scrap Iron and Metal-f / ; • ' •-••'• ^ AtXJOtfA, IOWA •" •"'v^,r '.-.-••. '• . • " • # ••".,, -. •--» ..V. ,, MID-WEEK SPECIALS 29c Bananas 4Hss. for^._ Cream style Corn • No. 2 can by case, 24 cans $2.18 Assorted 1QA Cookies — Ib. IvV Miracle Whip Salad Dressing __ fc[t. Wieners ( perIb._ Cottage Cheese Ib. Longhom . Cheese Ib. lOc ies I" Hay Rope _••_'_! J per 100 ft. $6.00 2 Rope Hay Slings . _. $1.35 3 Rope Hay Slings . $1.65 3 Tine Forks _ _ $1.15 Canvas Back Cord Nets $3.95 Leather Nets . $10.50 NEY & MEYERS Hay Carriers $25.50 , >s Kohlhaas Hardware YOUR STORE SPECIALS >•.:»; jj.;rf JAB RUBBERS 5 doien for ..:.... JAR COVERS per dozen BERRY BOXES 100 for only ..,., HA- 4UC QQ , vOv 170 OARDEN SUGAR : CORN, .8 ; *aft»'.....i..'; ..j. - EARLY 1 JUNE-PEAS jfji' >> 3 cans >—i:.'..- >..-• ; «WH»' ',' SWEET in syrup, can .. Buy Canning Syrtip Now . , / Gold Medal Flour r-___—^-Jge* bag $2,09 Mother's Best Flour _ i -——^-lge,bag $1.78 Spry __—_——. L.———3 Ib. can 69c" Corn Flakes _______ —3 pkgs. 25c Macaroni —„ —_~—3 pkgs. 14c Horse Ply Nets Hay Hope Rope Slings Castor Machine Oil Stock Fly £pray Beet Hoes Poultry Fence C. S. JOHNSON HARDWARE-GROCERIES Hoard Coal! Says Uncle Sam That's or4e thing- he wants you to ,hoard, arid the sooner you start the better. There is plenty of coal and the mines are producing plenty. But transportation is the sticker. So fill your 1; binsT NOW,, prevent congested traffic this winter, an'd have coal when you want it. FARMERS •' You can still get materials for maintenance, repair and upkeep of your buildings. And you can biiiid new ^uiljlings costing up to $1,000. See us for materials. ,' • • > Town dwellers can make repairs, and changes^ up to theiiuo'unt of $500. •* • • F. S. Norton & Son Phione 229 EXTRA SPECIAL! , Dark and light colors,' all sizes, from our early spring purchases, to $8.95. 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