The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1942 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 22, 1942
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BIRTHDAY PARTY FORH F.SCHULTS ATWfflTTEMORE Whittemore: A group of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Schultz, Tuesday evening to help Mr. Schultz celebrate his birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schultz, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and sons, Edward and Richard, and Mr. and Mrs. John Schall- Sa of Letts Creek and from here were Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer and sons, Ernest arrd Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and son, Roland, and daughter, Nelda, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and son, Raymond, and daughter, Evelyn, Thri eVeAlrig was Spent playing cards which Was followed by a lunch later. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyor visited Thursday with August Gade near West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Huff and Dorothy )Sebers of Algona were Whittemore callers Wednesday evening. The former was at the G. L. Benschoter home and Mrs. Sobers at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur He'denwlth. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtcndahl of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Arch'c Voight and son, James, Mrs. Emc- lle Heidenwith, and (Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and son, Raymond and daughter, Evelyn of here, gathered at the Chris Meyer home to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Vteyer. Cards were the evening's entertainment and lunch was served ater. • TITONKA WOMAN'S HUSBAND, TWO SONS IN SERVICE Titonka: The happiest lady in T.'tonka was Mrs. Frank Hoff when she recveived a telegram from hoi- son, Donald, he wa3 back in the United States and might be home soon. Mrs. Hoff's husband is in the service of Uncle Sam and son Donald and another son, taking his physical examination for entrance. Mrs. Hoff has taken over the bus'.ness of managing the shoe- shop. She has one young son home yet, about six years old. IETY Tuesday and Wednesday, Due. 32-23 Thursday-Friday-Snturtlay, Dec. 24-25-20 Xmas Special—Continuous short from 1 o'clock Xmas and Sat. "U. S. Marine Baud" "Night Life in Army" Suintay-Mjinclay-Tuesduy, Dec. 27-28-29 Laugh hit of 1942! Abbott and CosMlo in "WHO DONE IT?" lisn&suSsa&asJ&s £is>«i»Jgi»JS^;i»J^^ Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Meyer and Wesley were Tuesday evening visitors at the Harm Kettw'-eks. Mr. and -Mrs. Ben U. Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rlpnentrop were Mason City shoppers on Thursday. Mrs. Floyd Reibsamen entertained the birthday club Thursday afternoon. Gifts were exchanged and lunch was served by the hostess. The Christmas program at the Ramsey Reformed church will be <*ivon Dec. 24, at 7. o'clock by the Sunday School pupils and the choir members. Most of the teachers of the Titonka h'gh school left Friday evening for their home to spend a week of vacation. School will be resumed on Dec. 28. Miss Anna Sleper of German Valley, 111., is home to visit her parents and also to see her brother, Corp. John R. Sleper who is home on a furlough for 11 days. P. F. C. John Harrhrga of Bergen Point, Bayonno, New Jersey, is spending his eleven-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harm Haringa and other relatives. The members of the Ramsey Reformed Ladies' Aid sent 20 boxes of cookies, candies and nuts to the boys of the congregation that are in the armed forces for Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tesch left Saturday for St. Ansgar where they will spend the holidays with Mrs. Tesch's parents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Smesrude and also with Mr. Tesch's parents. Minnie Tapper has resigned as a waitress at the Wilson cafe and will leave in the near 'future for Cedar Rapids to be employed in defense work. Her sister, Henr.'ctta, will accompany her to do defense Turner-Mitchell .Wedding— The 'Presbyterian manse was the scene of a pretty wedding Friday afternoon when Betty Turner, daughter of Ervin Turner, became the bride of Wlllard Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Mitchell. The Rev. C. C. Richardson off ic- '•ated. at the ceremony performed In the presence of the Immediate families. The bride wore a white silk floor length dress and carried a bouquet Brunswick, New Jersey, arrived i'T Wesley, Sunday morning. They wMl visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Itcs and Mr. and Mrs. George Ailts over the holidays' John Ailts is a student at the seminary in New Brunswick. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Amundson of St. Paul arrived at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs Edward Sathoff, Friday, to spend the holfdays with them. On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eadv of Indianola arrived at the Sathoff.^. Mrs. Eady and Mrs. Sathoff arc sisters. About 40 women nttcndnd t!in work. Mrs. Otto Falk was hostess to the home project leaders and cooperators Friday at her home. The lesson was on First Aid given by leaders. A lunch was served by tho Miss Alma Schultz of Algona to 30 hostess. The Christmas party of the T*iton- ka Woman's club was held Frklay evening at the home of Mrs. Betty Gartner. Mrs. Mona Bonacker and Mrs. Grace French had charge o the lesson from the December Reac cr's Digest. Mrs. Raymond Bartlott entertain ed the 500 club Thusday nfternoo and Mrs. Heio Boekclman was guest. The members enjoyed Christmas gift exchange before the went home and the hostess serve a delicious lunch. Mr. and Mrs. John Ailts of New Christmas party at the Ram.scy church Tuesday afternoon sponsored by the Ladles Aid. A Christina? program and g:ft exchange were the features of the afternoon followed by a delicious lunch served 'by the hostesses. Mrs. Harm Ketthvick Mrs. B. H. Meyer and Louise Miller. Mr. and Mr.s. Roy Petticord, newly-weds arrived at Mrs. Petticord'i parents, Mr .and Mrs. Fred Adamson, Thursday, to spend the holidays %vith them. Mrs. Potticord is a student at Winona, Minn., learning sheet metal and welding. Roy is stationed at Norfolk, Virginia, and will return to h's post after thr holidays. •People are always moving—the past week Supt. and Mrs. Marshal Cheever and daughter moved to the Mrs, Carrie Bonacker residence, the H. A. Minar family to the Fret? Hagen residence, vacated Cheevers. The Reinder by Kromminga's to the apartment above the locker plant, vacated by James Hansen family and Junior Hansons to the house vacated -by Reinder Kro- nisgas. The Leo Orthel family moved to the farm which Oscar Blancard owns and who moved to Oregon. of carnations and snap dragons She was attended by J6an Potter who wore a powder blue floor length dress. Bob Inskeep was Mr. Mitchell's best man. jjk. The bflde is ri 1942 graduate of the Algona h.'gh school, She has been making her home with her grandparents, Mr. and Mfs. William Turner. She is a popplar and friendly young lady. Since her graduation she has been employe' at the Godden Monument Co. The groom Is a member of the Army Air Ground forces stationed at San Antonio, Texas. He IN also an Algona h.'.gh school graduate. He will return to his duties this week. Following the ceremony a dinner was served to the bridal party at the home of the bride's grandparents on Minnesota street. The new Mrs. Mitchell plans to continue working for tho time being. Mary Ellen Anderson to Wed— St. Cecelia's church will be the sett.'.ng for a wedding ceremony Wednesday morning when Mary Ellen Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson, will become the ibride of Richard Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sheldon of Eldora. Father Malllnger will officiate at the single r:>ng ceremony The attendants will be the bride'r parents. Following the ceremony there will be a weddinsr breakfast The bride attended the St. Cecelia's academy and was graduated from the Algona high school with the class of 1941. Mr. Sheldon was graduated from the Eldora high school with the class of 1938 and was then employed as a printer in Hardin county. In August of this year he came to Algona where he is employed as printer for the Algona Upper Des Moines. The young couple plan to leave after the wedding breakfast for a few days at Eldora and vicinity ftexl meetlfij? wffl to m& tt at Utt-mtoia af Jefgensoft with Marie Keith as af)- aisting hostess. Alt members ftfe diked to bring needles and th'ffi. We as there will be Quilting to be' done. ^^ j Nick BownAnnA titei 88 Years- with the frrends. groom's parents and Notice... We will close from 12:00 noon until 6:00 p. m. Christmas day. Rosedale Cafe WAR famous slogan FOR THE DURATION, a famous and friendly slogan gfies into retirement. With gasoline being rationed to lengthen the calendar life of your tires and thus conserve the Nation's war- research workers and many thousands of production employees are speeding up their good work for victory. With Phillips vast resources of raw materials, their efforts have made the company time stock-pile of rubber; we" no "longer on ? °? the largest suppliers of 100 octane invite you to Pl,ill.,,p with Phillips. ? vla ,H on gasoline to the Army Air Corps, ' ««>vo. the Navy, an( j th e united Nations air forces; have made the company an important participant in the U. S. synthetic rubber program. Remember these facts, and drive in where you see the Orange and Black 66 Shield. That's where you get Phillips 66 Poly Gas and Phillips 66 Motor Oil... two famous products which are everything you can expect in times like these. '-/</> with Phillip. But you are still as welcome as ever at any Phillips G(j Service Station. The Phillips man is anxious to get and hold your business, even though your gasoline purchases are greatly reduced. If anything, he is more anxious than ever to give you those pleasant, friendly services which make your car and your tires last longer and go farther. That is his way of showing his appreciation for your business. And more, he has pledged himself to "Keep 'era Rolling", as a patriotic duty. In the meantime, hundreds of Phillips when the needs of Uncle Sam's fighting forces naturally come first. P.S. In place of our (login at the bottom of this advertisement, we have placed a iilogin that I* your*, ours, and every American's. FOR VICTORY...Buy U.S. War Savings Bonds and Stamps HARMS OIL CO., D|»triliiitor» Super Service Station, State and Pbiljjpe Walter Steven, Attendant, (Official Tire Inspector) WMC OFFICER VISITS WITH AUNT IN PORTLAND TWP. First Sergeant Loretta Primising. WAAC station at Des Moines, was a last week end visitor with her aunt, Mrs. W. J. Stewart. Miss Primising's home is in Ledgerwood. N. p., and she has been in jthe service since October 1st. PROGRESS CLUB SENDS CANDY TO COUNTY HOME The Portland Progress cjub sent candy to all the members at the county farm for Christmas. Clubs here take turns once a month to do something for these folks and this was decfded upon by the Progress club instead of a program at this meeting. Plum Creek Club Meets— The Plum Creek Woman's club met Wednesday afternoon for its annual Christmas party at the home of Els'e Wiillrett with Mrs. Doris Keith as assising hostess. Program chairmen were Lillie Black and Eleanor Gardner. A gift box was packed for the orphanage at Des Moines and the project was in- charge of Millie Slagle. The g-'.ft exchange was in charge of Jean Benschoter. Mr. arid Atfs. Mek Be-mann were pleasantly surprised (Wednesday evening when a large group of their children, grandchildren and great- grandchildren "dropped In to help them celebratfe; the 63rd arrntvers- ary of thelf marriage. Mr and Mrs. Bormantl have retired to Al- gnoa and live at 817 E. Lucas at. They are the parents of nine children, they have twenty-four gfand- children and two great-grandchildren, all of Algona and St. Joe vicinity excepting one daughter who lives at Parsons, Kansas. Beta Sigma Phi— 'Names of last year's Secret Pals Were revealed in Chr'atmas gifts at the annual Christmas party of Al pha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi ast Wednesday evening. New names were drawn for the coming year. Bingo was played with Dorothy Lane winning the high score prize. The regular chapter meeting will je held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. R. B. Waller. This will be the last meeting of the charity project In charge of Mrs. Donald Miller. B. & iL. Christmas Party— The members of the board and employees of the Algona BuMding & Loan association will hold their annual Christmas .party at the office this evening (Tuesday). There wil' be a turkey dinner followed by an exchange of small gifts. Sewing Club Party- Mrs. W. S. Wiindell was hostess to tft^ Jfiftmhers of He; dd ai* fcifluat Oirkmi*», aft«rftdo« 6'oloak lUnefaetyft at Cooks dtftfrtg Mom, Gift* wefd exchanged. ent'wtained Mrs; the member* of her 600 club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. WlflUuri Otto won tfie priae for high More and' Julia Earth won the low pri«e. ,*«**«•••.n, .... >' tfh* A_feUfe l(,A& m\ HaV6 Itf " P fl^eetlfl* tmsda* eVeHlUg i. Mil, TM« Ifl imporaBt W fctidlialHtd 40 oVery ia -tied ,ttt be Draaent, „ * mttJtY^i*'-' ' ' mighftfidhood ' Mm. C. S,. tttirtagh eiitprtalnedl taforinally Saturday afternoon at a tea for Mr*. W. V, Kempley' ohd Mrs. 306 Wadlelgh *fio moved Into the neighborhood recently, .,,.,, > Beautiful Enlarged PHOTOGRAPHS 35e FREE —4x6 Enlargement with every order. Size 8x10 inch or smaller with a choice of beautiful glossy or velvet finish Send any good negative. Also any/ size roll film developed and printed with two sets of prints Satisfaction Guaranteed Standard Film Studios 408 North St. Algona, Iowa 'OW t at_Cririitmas time, when the fountain! of true |oy/ flow most freely, we welcome the opportunity to extend to > you and yours our heartiest withes for a happy Yufetide. For your kindness to us in 1942 we .cordrally thank you,. i Motor Co. M. •W.iifc MLM-fc •Ol^ mlla. MUUfc MMi* Witt* W_U* tt.* W but** «LU^. uu Cut Christmas Costs SAVE AT.. A ftP The Jim Christensen family of Burt were 7 o'clock dinner guests at the W. J. Stewarts Thursday. The Portland Service club will meet with Mrs. Martin Larson, on Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 29th. All members are urged to attend as names wMl be drawn for each to write a certain one for a month. P. F. C. Thees Schnakenberg came Friday evening on a ten day furlough with his wife and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schnakenberg, and his brother, John. Thees hsa completed his mechanic's course at a entucky camp and is now stationed in Kansas. CHATTER BOX -It has been about a-year and a half since we came to AJgdna. During that time numerous changes have taken place r arid we have fallen in line with' them. Always we have extended a cordial invitation for you to come,in and look^ around—see the new things as they arrive—and get acquainted. JLR Now we repeat our invitation. You are always welcome when you come to our store. We have enjoyed your Miaits and appreciate your patronage. JLR JLR So today, we wish you and yours a Merry Chr.'atmas and a happy New Year. May the next twelve months bring you blessings 'beyond your most hopeiful expectations. JLR J. L. Richardson Hdw. West Bend News Mrs. Axel Eirger and daughter of Bode were Saturday visitors at tho lome of her daughter, Mrs. Louis Jalgemari. A seven pound daughter was born o Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Habeger Thursday. They now have a son and a daughter. Miss Harriett Morey of Des VIoines visited at the home of her Barents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morey, jver the week end ALI-.S. R. W. Jurgens and Lonnie ice returned Saturday from Litle Rock where they spent a few lays with her sister. Mr.s. Lulu Wennerlund returned o her home in Omaha Thursday af- er a visit with her sister and hus- jand, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Justice. Emery Bevard and daughters^ Dorothy and Jean left Wednesday or Calif., to visit his daughter. 'hey also! visited a son in Oregon. George Swanson recently pur- hased the late Mrs. Emily Fisher es:-dence in the northwest part of own and moved into it the first f last week. Mrs. Chas. Friedes and daugh- er, M'.ss Clara, went to Peoria, 11., Friday for a visit with her irother, Chas. Beetschen. They re- urned Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dunn and hildren of Ayrshire wMl move to Vest Bend sooir and occupy the )ominic Zeimet house, formerly he John Donweiler home. Local relatives received word this veek that a daughter was born to . and Mrs. Kenneth Franck of Sattle Creek, Mich. The mother s the former Leah Zaugg. Coach L. L. Bryan will return o h : >s duties as coach in the West Send public school. He was de- erred again due to his physical con- ition caused by an accident dur- ng the past year. Mrs. Dan Fogarty of this place nd Martin Duffy of Whittemore eft for Peoria, HI., Saturday to at- end the funeral of their brother, .vhlch was held Monday. They eturned Tuesday morning. ^3rS%rS!!ftttia<m(3a«!!!jr^^ LAST MINUTE FLASH: We have U wool flannel slacks and pln- •ale corduroys Injbr^wn and navy i all sizes at THE OHRISCHIL- LES STOjRE. ThijH !« one of the ;ally "scarce" holiday items. "51 Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 23- BHEPHER Thiirsday-Friday-Saturday, Dee, 2^-25-20 Xmas Special—Continuous from 1 o'clock Christmas The money jwu save by shopping at A, & P. Self-Service Stores Is as good as a Christr mas present! For A. & P. 8df- Servioo stores offer real variety in holiday foods at plain, every-day prices! Come in today ... do your Last-minute shopping. SAVE fancy holiday prices . . . .SAVE fancy address costs . .. SAVE cash! Pick from fruit that's HOURS FRESHER . . . top-quality Ann Page delicacies . . . .Taiio Parker delectable fresh baked goods. Make it a merrier Christmas all-round . . . with a bonus of fine foods . . . and fat A. & P. savings. 39e FOOD STORES Jane Parker Holiday Stollen net wt COFFEE CAKE 2 Ibs. Marvel Enriched STUFFING 1& Ib || BREAD ;l _i _Joaf llG , For meat and poultry ftdn's limit quantities. »} We..:i$serye, the Second Feature Mack Brown '•DEEP HEART 8muIay-ftIonday-'lTuesdfty-WednewJ»y, Dee, 27-80 Errpl Fly»n "DIVE A. & P. Fancy MINCEMEAT, Candled Cherries or CITRON PEEL - Sunnyflold Enriched *CAKE FLOUR Powdered SUGAR White or Yellow . POPCORN ____ Hawkeye PUMPKIN _____ Tana Brand PEACHES Del Monte Whole Kernel GOLDEN CORN _ _ _9 oz. pkg. 10c; __8 oz. pkg. 25c 2llb.Dkir.17c Use Ration Stamp No. 10 ._____Ibi pkg. 9 C Ib. pkg. 12c __No. 24 can lie --No. 2£ can 21c 12 oz. can 12c Your Food Stamps Go Farther at A. & P. Buy with Blue Food Stamps! New Crop Fancy MIXED NUTS ___ ib 34c Thin.ihell Fancy Hard Mix - - . «-«, XMAS CANDY _,_:__._ lib. jar23c Yukon Club Assorted Beverages and GINGER ALE ~ - 4-24 oz. bob. 29c _^____^_____________ • Plus Bottle Deposit Butter Baked Turkey O'ome In nod get your free complete Butter-Baked Turkey Recipe, today. .IT[!S, B ETTE R W ITU TB U TtE Iowa State Brand Ib. 47c BUTTER ctn. . Vitamin A -AFRESH doz. EGOS ctn. Vitamins A, B-l-f and G Bench Cured White — CHEDDAR Ib. . Vitamins A and G 100% Pure Hydrogenated Veg, Shortening—<lexo 1 Ib. ««- pkg. 41C S Ib, AM- QIC 20c 1 Brer Rabbit I Gold Label 12 bz, MOLASSES bot, Ann Page Large Plauv QUEEN «% oz. A | OLIVES bot/* | C Blue Roue . . FANCY BICE 3 , 27r Vnkg. £ IG NORTHEBN A Fine IJathrojom Paper Ltuen-ized for •• softness roll wC Strongheart DOG A FOOD.,.__ £ Rustic rOMATO JUICE. 23c 24oz. i * can I.IC Del M^nte Early No, GARDEN PEAS •can I7e Extra Fancy -KJOKATOAN *!•»-. APPLES ..._.3 Ibs, 4Iff Contains Vitamins Q.f Louisiana YAMS _;...',.,.. 3 Ibs, Contains Vitenrtas B4+. Of Extr^ Fancy Contains Vitamin O+ , , ^DELICIOUS APPLES ,,.. . % Ibs, i Eatmor Of* CRANBERRIES 1 Ib C f C Contains Vitamins C++ Texas Seedless ' *QHAPEFRUIT 10 MA- size 96 for &9V Contains Vitamins R-1+, • • Don't Delay! No, 37 irowi Coupon No, 27 not good after Jap; BuyA.&l».V finer 3Frf abw 2V,_^ 26$ BOKAR •

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