The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1942 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 22, 1942
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¥hi Altfdfla Upper 0«i MoineY Al«ona, Iowa, De<5.22,1942 SWEA CITY CHURCH PROfiRAMSCIVEN IHRUHOUDAYS Swea City. 8«r6a City churches have prepared the usual Christmas Atotframs tb be Held this Week. The Lutheran Church Sunday School held its program SUhday night and oH Wednesday n'ght the Methodist and Baptist Sunday schools wiH have programs, followed fay a distribution of gifts. At the Lutheran Sunday school programs gifts for orphanages and missions were brought. On Christmas eve the Lutheran congregational Christinas service will be held at 11 o'clock. On Dec. 27. at 7 p. m, the Lutheran senior and junior -choirs will present a candlelight vesper service, the theme bf>'«~ "Christmas Around the World." tttrSINESS MEN PUT ON FREE SHOW FOR KIDDIES Swea City business men are sponsoring a theater party on Dec. 24 at the New Iowa Theatre at 2 p. m. Every child from tnwo or country will be admitted free. A Walt Disney film, "The Art of Self-De- rense" with Mickey Mouse and Pluto, will toe shown. I daf Pearson !« quite 111 at Uls home at this writing. I A ***se sold for $248.00 at the Kd Ffeleraon farm sale last week Tfcwvaday, The school library recently purchased about 200 new books, mostly Action and some biography. Beryl Butterfield, son of Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Butterileld, was taken to a. hospital at Algona at midnight Friday for an appendicitis Operation. The Baptist Men's brotherhood mot at the Guild Hall Friday night. F. A. Tarrant, pastor of the Baptist church at Huntley, Minn., was guest speaker. Lt. and Mrs. Kenhast of Nashville, Tenn., are visiting the parental Sam Rystads. Lt. Kenhast Is an army flyer and '.a waiting for transfer orders. Edward Anderson, 17 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Anderson, was taken to .an Algona hospital on Thursday evening for observation. At Uii.s writing Friday, it was expected that an operation for appendicitis will 'be necessary. Swea City Trojans took their first defeat by Ladyard nt Ledyard on Friday night. The final score wus 12 to 10. The 'hoys any they were much htind.'cnppcd with two of their, best players, I .arson and Anderson, ill and therefore not playing. The; Swea City school faculty and Custodian Wm. Chrlstenscn 'and family held a Christmas party at the A. H. Schuler homo Thursday evening. Gifts were exchanged and •a 'turkey dinner was served. Mes- damcs Schuler, Neimeyer and Chrls- tensen prepared' the dinner. CHARLES OSBORN HEADS SENECA FARM BUREAU Seneca: The Seneca Farm Bureau held its'atrnual meeting at the M1I- len Jensen home last Tifesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ixjoft were the assistant host and host ess. Chairman Fred Brown told some of the highlights of the convention recently held at Des Moines. Mrs. Fred Brown- conducted a quiz program after which tlie hualnnss inoct- ins; was held. New officers.were elected as follows: chairman, Charles Osboi'ii: secretary-treasurer, Mrs Henry Looft. An oyster stew was fin- joyed following the business meeting. LADIES AID ELECTS'OFFICIOUS FOB COMING YEAR'S WORK The Seneca Lad;es Aid held Its December meeting Thursday afternoon at the church basement. It being the annual meeting, election of officers wa.H held with the following now officers being selected: president, Mrs. Milieu Jensen; vice president, Mrs. Odoy Chcrland; secretary, Mrs. J. H. Jensen; treaa- urer, Mrs. P. H. Jensen; assistant treasurer, Mrs. Henry Looft; mission box secretary, Mrs. A. E. Nelson; auditors, Mrs. Geo. Jensen and OAK STORES ^^^r mi - - • H^y — — -~ ---T^AT MEALTIME YOUR FRIEND WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY AN? SATURDAY, DEO. 23, 24 AND 26. Make Our "One-Stop" Store Your Headquarters for Holiday Foods! Your family eagerly awaits a big Christmas Dinner which they expect to be the most sumptuous meal of the year. ... At Council Oak is found the most Complete Assortment of Holiday Foods in the middlewest. IT'S SAFE TO SAVE AT COUNCIL OAK! COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS BEEF ROASTS 27' DRIED BEEF, £ PowMl 22c ,.'. . '„'.. ...-•- -- -'J.A'" ;*.,itji*— —..-—-" .— ."•- "-J'-.'V/T .»-;... . *-*-" -• —... .—.-...-.— • SHOULDER STEAK, Pwmd 29c SUMMER SAUSAGE, Pound 33c . EAT MORE FISH AND "SHARE THE MEAT" PAN HERRING, Pound I2e SKULJOES, Pound I9c BUCK COD, Pound ........26c BOLOGNA Big and Ring Pound 22* WIENERS Fresh Smoked Pound 27* Jumbo Sweet Prunes f The variety that requires little sugar. .Hemove pits and stuff -with Pecan Haired and roll in 'sugar for a healthful Holiday Confection. Superb -sss PICKLES 'sr.~ 24c NORTHLAHD DILLS 1AT I JAB 2Zc Por Pound 140 DELICIOUS CORN CAKES - To one cup Eobb-Koss Pancake Flour you add 1 heaping Tablespoon corn meal and follow .the directions on the bag. . . . Yon will enjoy corn cakes for a change. BOBB-BOBB WAFFLE and A A _, PANCAKE FLOUR STf.. 220 CAKE CANDY & SUGAR SAND ROEDING'S PULLED FIGS, 6 DIME PACKAGE 8c OURCB BBICK I5c "FIRST PRIZE" FLOUR A Guaranteed '"AH Purpose" Flour. A trial will convince you that it is the maximum value in a popular priced brand, Pound Bar May be had in 7 Delicious flavors. for 230 SLACK WALNUT MEATS. £ Pound ........... J9c LINDSAY LARGE RIPE OLIVES, 9 ^-- 22c SUPERB FANCY CATSUP, 14 ISc EVERYDAY SODA CRACKERS, 2 POUND UABDT 23c MA BROWN WHOLE WHEAT BREAD, 24 OUHCB NANCY ANN FRESH, CRISP IREAO "BffHICHED" rcB IOAF lie ftvmfli ROLLED OATS OB, WHoto Gralo WHITE MCE «^^%^P»l mUMIwiiL. BOUQUET SOAP 27c S OftkM tot ., PAPli »«tiJM*«» FRUITS &VECEfABiiS DELICIOUS APPLES 5c JCEBERQ WI«SA PORTO I Uf|l Htidt - . . . 25<J 3 POMWll . „.;,.., Us I_WKT_SPU»$, 4 IM, . . . 29 Mrs, A. B3. Nelson; menu committee, Mrs. Martin Witberg. MM. Otto Wllberg and Mrs. H. Looft. and librarian, Ruby Chcrland. It was voted to have meetings monthly In 1943 instead of every three weeks as In the past. 'Mr. and Mrs. Lester Denton and daughters were Sunday dinner guests'at the Henry Oroen hoim;, Burt. 'i|| Clarence Gardner has been laid up with a lame iback -the past week. He suffered a back Injury while carrying baled hay or straw. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gardner are the parents of a baby Boy born the week of Thanksgiving. They now have a family of three boys. 'Phil.'.p Looft took his first test preparatory to induction into the armed services at Dr. Mueller, Fenton, last Wednesday. He was clas- E I fled last week. Mr. and Mrs. Dettman Nielsen and son attended a family gather- at the Ornle Behrcnds home, Algona, honoring "Bud" Bcrgeson who left this past week for army training. Wayne Miller arrived at the home of his parents, the Martin Wil- bcrgs, Saturday where he will spend Chr.'-stmas vacation. He la a student at Luther College, Dp- corah, The Seneca girls and 'boys' basketball teams 1 drove to Rlngsted on Thursday night where they met the Rlngsted teams on thel.r floor. The Seneca 'boys were victorious but the girls wer defeated. Mary Lou, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Hantelman, underwent an operation for mastoid at the Kossuth hospftal last Monday night. Last reports are that sht is recovering satisfactorily. ANNIE ELIZABETH SWAN PIONEER, PASSES AT SENECA Seneca: Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at the De- Vard Swan home for Annie Elizabeth Taylor Swan, who passed away Tuesday after a. long illness at the home of her son DeVafd. Rev. Harper of Rlngsted conducted the services and burial was made at Seneca Township cemetery. Annie Elizabeth Taylor was born at LaPorte City, Iowa, Sept. 16, 1803. When she was about 25 years of age she came to Kossuth county and to Seneca. She was married Feb. 20, 1894 to'Robert Swan to which union were born three children, the first dying in infancy. One son, Arthur F., who lives at Duluth, Minn., and DeVard who lives on the home place with whom she made her home until her death Deo. 1. 1042 at the age of 79 years, 2',4 month. She leaves to mourn her passing her two song, six grandchildren, and one step- grandchild. Her husband proceeded her in death Feb. 27, 1911. Annie Elizabeth Taylor-Swan was the last of a family of eight Taylor children. She was one of Seneca's early settlers and has been loved and respected by a host of friends. Pallbearers at the funeral were long time friends of the deceased: Marinus Nelson, Gcrdes Clemenson, Glen Burt, Ralph Campbell, Peter Henrlckson and Ray Peterson. Relatives and friends from a dU- tance attending the services were Arthur Swan, Duluth, Minn., and J. W. Saxton and sons, Lyle and Neil of Fairmont, Minn. ary education, printing and publicity; Mrs. R. E. Ridge, vice (president of Christian social relations and local church activities; Mrs. Elmer Smith, secretary of literature and publications; Mrs. Fred Seylar, secretary of supplies; Mrs. Wm. Thompson, Secretary of student work; Mrs. R. W. Whltford, secretary of spiritual life. These officers were installed at the morn- Ing service Sunday, Dec. 13, by pastor <R. W. Whltford. FENTON COMMUNITY CLUB CLOSES SUCCESSFUL YEAR; ELECTS OFFICERS Fenton: The annual election of <~ officers took place at the Convmun Ity Club meeting Monday night, resulting in the election of C. H. Theesfield as president and Ray Stoeber, vice president. J. A. G. Smith was reelected secretary und treasurer. It had been the custom to serve an oyster stew at the end of the year's activities and this year was no exception. About 40 stews were served at this meeting. Followr-ng the ostyer stew the regular business meeting was held, after which the meeting was turned over to the officers-elect. Before turning over the chair to the new president, the outgoing president, WMfred Stoeber, gave a brief summary of the club's activities during the year. A total of $848.92 was collected by the club during the past year. Of this amount $480 was .paid out for trade extension projects, all of which went to people trading w.'th Fenton merchants during the nust year, and $40 was paid out for War Stamp corsages, $33.95 donated to the Red Cross and $40 paid out for rent to October, 1943. . •Besides this ,an Honor Roll board was erected and maintained at a cost of $65. An additional $.75 will be needed to complete and maintain it, toward which amount the Fenton firemen have already subscribed $25. The metal scrap drive was promoted by the club and about 90 tons of scrap was collected. Fifty- nine members .were enrolled for last year and it is hoped to increase this number this year. GLAUS FAMILY LEAVES FOB ' EXTENDED WESIJERN TRIP Mr. and Mrs. Charles Glaus left Tuesday afternoon for Des Moines for a 'brief visit with their daughters, Itora, Geneva and Mrs. Renn Kluger. From Des Moines they left for California to visit their sons Charles and Lawrence and famtlJ-es and daughter, Mrs. Donavon Brown and family at'Glendale, Calif. Before returning home they will visit another son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Art Glaus and a daughter and husband, Mr. ani} Mrs. Carleton Stevens at Portland. Oregon. They expect to be gone 'two months. Edith Laage and Forence Weis- *brod of Des Moines, teachers, and 1 Georgia Gerhart. also of Des Moines, came home Friday rtieht for a two weeks' vacation -With'home folks. Anna Marie Mitchell and Bertha Solberg, students at the Jun.'or col- lese In Forest City, came home on Friday afternoon for the holidays. Anna' Marie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. The Home Builders Sunday School class of the Methodist church had Ms regular get-together Wednesday night in the church basement. After a short business mjeetiniy bingo was played. Lunch was served. The Hook and Needle dlub snet Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Carrie Volet. Mrs. Voigt presented the first home project lesson on "Conservation and the Remodelirrer of Clothing," to the group. This was followed by an exchange o gifts and lunch. Guests were Mrs F, C. Pruel and Mrs. Eugene Huskamp. Circle 4 of the W. S. C. S. had a Christmas party, Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Earl Crouch After the ^business meeting games were played. Mrs, E. A. HusUamp gave a reading, "We Rediscover Chriatmas," There was a gift ex* change and lunch was served. Mrs. Martin WMberg an4 Mrs. Ray born were guests. The WfcHtemttre high schopi de- feftte4 Fenton high school basketball t«sam here on the local flow: Friday night. The 1 final score was 29-20, At the half tbe score stood nt l* tp 7 in vytaittemore's favor. High pplnt men were H. Pruel of Penton and 0. Vaudt of WWtter more, ^ the second, team game Fenton wwt 'by a, score pf tf-M. At the feajf It was a tie pf 4-4- BerKf* iaird was fenton'a high point man and C, Vajidt of WWttenwre. jphn.' sen of Cylinder was refeyee. 'i i. / Former St. Benedict Priest Passes in Carroll County St. Benedict: Rev. B. Loefelholti, former pastor of this parish, passed away Monday at CMt. Carmel, Carroll county, where he had served as pastor of the church there for the past ten years. Prior to his removal there he was the pastor here Friends were informed of his faf-1- ing health the past summer but it was not thought to be alarming. Funeral services were held at Mt. Carmel Wednesday morning conducted by His Excellency Bishop Heeland of Sioux City, at a pontifical requiem. Swea City W. S. C. S. Elects Year's Officers Swea City: The officers of the Woman's Society of Christian Ser- v'ce for the coming year are: Mrs. T. F. Johnson, president; Mrs. Geo. K. Nelson-, vice president; Mrs. L. O. McNeil, secretary; Mrs.- T. -F. Mitchell, treasurer; Mrs. Aletba Ecklund, vice president of mission- We thank you for your loyalty to us during the year. May you experience every joy during this blessed Yuletide of 1942. Cumming's Store am rtartey Smith* i Fracture* Arm , eon of Mr. and Smith, broke, W* three places the early part bis plotWua; te- SW t«to, 9&f-. It JTM ?**»* 5V to N«v b fa timt «>Af» *// «f wt off more Mfg cewioiu 9{ tkt food* iMlf that »k<ml4 #*r. veje «// «wi»Wff</, Ptf, mi( tNt, thfitt to ***** yw fa y<tw tn 1942; Wf *-*,, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Moore have named their new little baby daughter, (Marilyn Kay. Word has been received by the members of the S. L. Denton family that their father suffered a severe stroke that week Monday at his home at Lake Keronig, Minn. No further details have been learned as to his present condition. Announcement has 'been made of the .birth of a 'baby daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley 'Patterson on Friday, Dec. 11. The baby weighed 8 Ibs; and 6 oz. and will be named tfettal Paf«e.. •ftltt gtandchlld tW t»6' OtWW. fions. Mrs. PaltWadn, . past several days at the home her soil at Kle Is high school coac at vsxy&xffa&y®^^ NOTICE! Beginning January 1, 1943, all sales will be made on a CASH OR BANKABLE NOTE basis. We respectfully request persons owing the undersigned' to make settlement of their accounts before December 31. BRADLEY BROS. South of Hotel Algona Closing-Out FARM SALE Having decided to quit farming I will sell on the farm located 2 miles north and one mile west of Sexton, 6 miles east and 2 miles north of Algona, the foilO^Kr- ing described property, on Tuesday, Jan. 5* '43 SALE STARTS AT 1 O'CLOCK SHARP LUNCH WAGON ON 20 Head of Cattle Fifteen cows and heifers—5 suckling calves; 12 Shorthorns; 3 Holsteins. 300 YOUNG PULLETS—150 Auster White; 150 Silver Lace Wyandottes. 8 GEESE• Farm Machinery, Etc. John Deere tractor, Model A, rubber front, with cultivator; John Deere tractor, Model D, just overhauled; Mc-D. disc, 18-ft, new; McD. disc, 10-ft.; MoCor- niick power binder, 8-ft.; drag, 4-sec., flexible; drag, 2-section, flexible; John Deere horse corn planter, 999, with tractor hitch, 120 rods wire; spring tootli harrow, 11-ft; John Deere endgate seeder, new; John Deere corn binder; Me- Cormick-Deering mower 6-ft.; John Deere 2-row corn picker, pot type; Mc-D. 2- bottom plow, 14-in.; Mc-D. 2-bottom plow, 16-in.; dump rack. Steel wagon hayrack; roller bearing steel wagon, with box; steel wagon,^ box; McCormick-Deering manure spreader; John Deere cylinder -shelter; hammer mill; manure loader, fit Model A tractor; Royal Blue crfeam separator, 500 Ibs.; canvas belt,• BO-ft.; steel grain bin, 1000 bu."; walking plow, rt-in.; hand corn sheller; model A Ford pick-up; 10-ton clover and timothy hay in barn; 10-, ton clover hay in stack; 250 bales of straw in barn; hay rope, 200-ft. new; brooder house/ 8x8; brooder house, 12x12, on skids; 20 bu. Mukden goy beans. Other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS—Cash, or make arrangements with your banker. Henry Bailey \ LOU MATERN, Auctioneer. IOWA STATE BANK, Clerk. WAIT/ WAR CALLS MUST HAVE RIGHT-OF-WAY AT CHRISTMAS TIME. < ».*' C*WIW IKHWIwL -r*&S. "i HOiTHWIITI

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