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The Aigta* Upper D«s Molnes, HUSBAND IN EAST i > Tltdftkft: MM. Fred Adamaon and elaUtthteftJ, Brftestlne and Sharon, i«dk Mfc and Mrs. Roy Petttcbrd <j*fofowta»ds) to Albert Lea .Thiirs- 4a# SV&ttlnfc where Mrs, Pettlcord ,5m fof Wlnona, to continue at the 1 N, Y, A. where she enrolled recently And Roy Pettlcord returned to lila -base at Norfolk, Virginia, after spending his furlough here. After Mrs. Pettlcord completes her <S6^fse at the N. Y. A., she will join her husband In the east. ttefothy Pugsley was a week end guest at the Dick B. Meyer home. ' *ff. and Mrs. Bradford Buffing- tort and family were Sunday eve- itiiig guests at the Marshall Priest . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Swalve and family of Wesley moved ito the Ed Swlerel farm west of town last Thursday. * Mr. and Mrs, Herman Blakley •"«f 'Buffalo Center Were , dinner guests at the Karl Blakleys New Year's day. Mr. and .Mrs. Earl Trenary are the parents of a 8% Ib. son born •; Saturday, Jan. 2 at the Buffalo Cen\ter hospital. 1 /Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Osterman, •and Mr. and' Mrs. Ervtn Brandt tyere New Year's eve ';• guests of ,Mr. and Mr* VlrgM Heesch. Mr. and Mrs, John Alits of New ' JJruhSWlck, N. J, and Donna Ites «alte4 bit Mr. anti Mrs. John K. ' Rlppentrop, Sr, Saturday' afternoon. . ,. •' Mr. and. Mrs. H. J. Orthel and •Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Dunmlre at- 'Hended a bridge party at the Dale .; Klttenhouse home at Woden New Year's eve! /' Mr. and Mrs. B. H, Meyer and Wesley and Mr. arid Mrs. Joe H. . ^Tapper and Donald and Dorothy i Pugsley were dinner guests at the " Dick Bl Meyer home. Mr. and. Mrs. Chris Iverson anc • Keith of Thompson an-dfMr. anc ' ' Mra. Bay Honken and Robert of Buffalo Center were New Year's .day dinner guests of Mrs. Alv.'.n Menken. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bacon, Mr and Mrs. Earl Bla kley. and Mr and MM. ftobdrt Lahf wete Year's eve pr&ts at thS home of the John Plnkfi. The" evening was spent playing 600. Lawrence Crone, Standard tank man, 'began working in S'ibley, where toe was promoted to on Monday. Mr. and Mia. Crone will move theif household gooda the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Inter,mlll and Janice accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Henry Recker, Buffalo Center, to Mason City, where they were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. Outdo Sartor New Year's day. Mr. and Mrs. Esdfirt Sm'dt returned to Holland, Michigan, Monday after spending the holidays with the John Cordes , family and the Warner Smidts. Bsdert is a student at the seminary in Holland. The classmates of Mrs. Roy Pet- tlcord, nee Pauline Adamson had a shower for her Thursday afternoon at the Ray Oesterrelchers. She was presented with a lovely lace tablecloth from the g'.rls. A lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. John Pink entertained at a dinner Sunday honor- '.ng Mr. and Mrs. R. L, . Krantz (newly-weds) the other guests being Mr. 'and Mrs Earl Stott and Keith. Billy and Jane Amesbury of Algona and Lucille Olsen of Wesley. Fuel Oil Coupons Validation Periods 'the local rationing board calls attention to the validation periods of the different numbered fuel oil coupons. Those of you who uap fuel oil should take note. Coupon No. 1 valid up to and valid from Nov. 30 to Juanry '127, including December 13 1942; No. 2 1943; No. 3 valid from Dec. 23 to Feb. 22, 1943; No. 4 valid Feb. 9, ( to March 31, 1943; No.:4 valid from March 18, 1943 to Sept. 30, 1943. Juvenile Books on Display at Library There will be a display of juven- Me books sent out by the traveling library at the local public library from now until closing time Saturday night. This is the second display of juvenile books to be brought here since Miss Annis has ben librarian. Everyone -is cor- .dially invited to stop and see them. Jowa, 3m, 7,1948 W. A. Foster fetui-ncd Wednesday from Chicago where he attended the furniture market. Pvt, Ralph R. Dlckoff o Camp White, Oregon-, Is home on furlough visiting friends In Algona and tiUVerne. The executive board of the United Servtee Woman's club met on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Tom Hialpln. Mr< ttnd Mrs. Fred Kossieck left Monday for Rochester, Minn-., where the latter will go through the Mayo clinic for an examination. Verona Krteps has returned to Chicago after spending a Christmas vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Krieps of Algona. Dale Biiggn, statlond at Camp Crowder, Missouri, arrived New Year's day to visit until next Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Brlggs. Dolores Oeilenfeld spent the week end In Sioux City with fronds 'She is employed by the Post Transfer Co. and she is the daughter of Mrs. Walter Geilehfeld. Bert Qalbralth has returned to the Veterans' hospital at Minneapolis. His condition Is sufficiently improved to enable him to spend Christmas with his family. Merle Webster lias returned to Norfolk, Virginia, where he Is stationed at a naval a:>r base station. He had been In Algona visiting his wife while on a seven day leave. Maxino Capeslus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius, has completed her Icourse at a lust One Day MONDAY January U Splendid Selections in AH Price-groups 77 ... ' 97 $117.. .$137 $157 . . . $177 $197 Kreseiisky's IOWA Thun.-Fri.-Sat., Jan. 8-9-10 Sunday, Jan. 11—4 Days I WANTED WINGS tii|i|taf RAY MIIUNO WILLIAM Ajfden Qrto'n ne/cently returned from Qulncy, Illinois, where he attended the National Pomologlcal Society convention, where some 400 members gathered to discuss their problems. Mrs, A W. Wilke of Columbia, Missouri., returned to her home on Tuesday-after spending New Year'.t and a few days following wlith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Vlg- atfs. Mrs. Wllke is the former Margaret Vigors. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew M. Hansen and daughter, Sheila, spent New Year's day In the H. H. Snyder home at Titonka. The Snyder son, Junior, returned to Algona with them and spent the week end with the Hansons. Mr. and Mrs, G. D. Shumway, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Winkel, Helen ICollash and Dorothy Zelgler went to Des Moinres Wednesday to ar- tend a two-day tax school. Mr. Shumway and Mr. Winkel are lawyers and Miss Kollasch and Miss Zelgler are their office girls. Mrs. John Capesius and John Goeders 'entertained at a family Christmas dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Capesius and daughters, Maxine, Shirley Mae, Beverly and Jean Marie of Mason City, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capes:us and John, Mary Joyce and James. Rosalie Swanson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Swanson, and Charlotte John-son, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Antone Johnson, will go to Mt. Verrron, Iowa, Sunday where they will resume their studies at Cornell college. This Is the flrr.t business school in Mason City and year at college for 'both of the girls. Airs. Bob Dewel is working at the is now employed in Mason Cf-ty. ^ Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Chrischilles ; E. C. McMahon law office taking and Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bourne the place of Stella Mae Breen who spent from Saturday until Wed- ; s now deputy county recorder. Mrs. nesday in Minneapolis where Mr. Chrischilles attended the clothing market. Christmas guests at the N. J. Krieps home included Mr. and Mra. Joe Krieps of Sexton, ; Verena Krieps of Chicago, Joe Mergen of Whittemore and Mrs. Phillip Schemel of Algona. Mrs. Ray Ladendorf is to undergo an ear operation at the Eitel hospital !-n Minneapolis today (Thursday). Mrs. Ladendorf has a sister in Minneapolis who will be with her. Mr. and Ulrs. TPheo. Goeders, who have spent the past number of winters in California, plan to remain .'.n Iowa this year because they are unable to find an apartment in California. Maurice Thompson arrived Monday for a few days' visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Thompson. Maurice is in the navy stationed at Jacksonville; Florida. He enlisted a year ago in September. / " ,':';" •Mrs. Agnes laldley has been spending the past two weeks with her son and family at Laurens, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Laidley. Paul is Ml with pneumonia and MrSj^L ley is helping out with the-child- Ten;-' ;•-, •.--,* : : '. .--.'. •':'>- • "' '** ' Lieut and Mrs. E. A. Reichmann of Estherville visited the latter's aunt and uncle,,Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller in Algona last week. Before her marriage on December 23, Mrs. Reichmann. was Betty Merron. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle MoCuUou?h and family of Rolfe were Sunday visitors at the Henry Helmers home. Mrs. Helmers has been confined to her-home for the past two weeks with a badly sprained ankle. Norman t«e was released Wednesday from the General hospital where he underwent a major operation a week or so ago. Norman is a senior in the local high school and makes his home w'.th Mrs. Nettie Herman. MH. and Mrs. Orrin Spaulding and children, Jim and Judy, have returned to Algona after spending the holidays in Minneapolis with Mrs. Spaulding's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hardy. Mr. Spaulding is the band instructor in,the local schools. Charles Benrdsley, stfn of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Beardsley, has been transferred from San Diego, California, to Bethesda, Maryland, where he will take a course in laboratory technique. Charles ?s a pharmacist's mate in the navy. He enlisted one year ago. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Richardson became the parents of their second child a daughter born Wednesday morning at the Kossuth hospital. She weighed eight pounds and n.-rre ounces and she has been named Donna Kay. The Richardson a first child is a son, Robert, Jr. Jean Murtagh went to Belmond on Saturday to begin her duties as social science teacher in the high school there. Her sister, Mrs. Tom Kruse, began teaching '-n the local high school on Monday. She jjuciceeds Mrs. Faye Meadty the former Helen Moad, in the junior high English classes. M, W. Jacobson will leave about the 18th of the month to begin work in Cedar-Rapids as jeweler In the Seibke-Taylor jewelry store there. Mr, and Mrs. Jacobson have lived In Algona for the past eight years and "Jake" is just beginning his ninth year as jeweler for the Borehardt drug store, Mr. »nd Mrs, MwHn SBimniermiin and son, Craig, Esther Fitch ap.4 Mr, and Mrs. P. W, Hansen spent New Years at Brttt with W*. and Mrs. Jack Weiland who were celebrating their sixth, wedding wml* versary. Mrs. Zimmerman, Miss Fitch a?»3 Mrs. Weitend are ters of Mrs, Hansen. Mr, »n<l 10* R, W. Bocjkw returned 'Tuesday from Chicago where .they went New .Year's eve to visit pwiB nephew^ Pwn« JW; son who ifl in the navy ststionefl in Chicago. H« is taking a spec ial course in ayifttiow mechv»}\ speetelialn* to cajrbUfrtors, Mr. and Mrs. Cnartep RoHit, yie latter % sister of, Puane, met the la GUMH£ Tte *»«[*• Christawwin Al$on% with Mr. and Mrs, Becker. Dewel, the former Helen Chubb, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs C. E. Chubb and she plans to work uittil a -permanent secretary for the law office can be found. An item appeared in the San Pedro, California, newspaper concerning Phil Hargreaves, third soi of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreayw of Algona. In the police promotior tests given under civil service Mr Hargreaves was second high on the entire list, 1021 police officers tak ing the test and 391 passed it. Mr Hargreaves is attached to the wat erfrorrt detective force in San Pcd ro. .Lieut, and Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle and .their two sons Jerry and Deal Charles expect to return todaj (Thursday) to Durham, North Caro Una, where Dean is stationed. Fo, the past two weeks they have been visiting here with Mrs. Clapsaddle's father, Henry Lichter and Lieut Clapsaddle's parents, Dr. and Mrs J. G. Clapsaddle -at Burt. Dean : a doctor, in, the medical corps o the army,"../;'"-;/^:;:' Mrs. Forrest Twogood arrivet Sunday for.,a.visit with, her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Haggard Lieut, and Mrs. Twogood were call ed to Iowa by ; the illness of th fjjjcrneris'. fatherJ.at, SlpujCCUy^ A loperation" 'hai *een performed; o the.!e!der Mr. Twogood and his so remained with him Twogood came here. while Mrs _.„„ Lteutenan Twogood is an athletic instructo in the navy and is stationed a Pensacola, Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Perry White Hamilton, Ohio, became the par ents of their second child, a so born Tuesday morning. Their othe child is also a boy, named Jimmj Mrs. White Is the former Donna bell Merron and she made her horn with her aunt and uncle, Mr. an Mrs. Ralph Miller, hert;. Mr White's parents are Mr. and Mrs W. A. White of Algona. Mrs. Miller left Tuesday for Hamilton to be with her niece who is reported to be doing nicely. Mrs. Wesley Marquette of Minneapolis came Wednesday and vrs- ited her friend, 'Mrs. Howard Raney over the New Year's week-end. Mrs. Marquette and Mrs. Raney began corresponding with each other when their husbands, both in the army, became close friends. The two soldiers have been together since enlistment in an .'.nduction center, in army camps in this country, in Australia and are now both in New Guinea. Mrs. Raney visited !-n Minneapolis last summer. ft. O. Bjustrotn l« expected to eturn today (Thursday) fr«m Chiago where he attended the fur- Iture mart, * Mary Lee Thompson daughter of At, and Mrs. George Thompson of JJsthervllle, spent several days of ast week in Algona with her .aunt tnd uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nolle became he parents of an eight pound baby irl 'born January 4. This makes fit. arrd Mrs. Harry Nolte grand- arertts for the ilrst time. The aby has been named Nancy Ann nd Weatherman Nolte says she IB . fine girl. Bob Is employed by he Ben Franklin store. Mrs. Gene Gaddls and tup daiiRb- ers left Friday for a visit with VTr. Gaddis' parents, Mr. and Mri. Walter Gaddls a Cedar Falls until 'anuary 8. From Cedar Falls they ill go to Minneapolis to make heir home at 5050 Drew Avenue buth. Mr. Gaddls is an engineer ivith the MInneapolis-IHoneywel! Co. Dorothy Lane, Bryant teacher, eturncd Monday to Algona after pending part of her Christmas va- ation in Boston- with her brother who is in the navy. He had just eturned from an Arctic voyage Find had visited Iceland and Green- and. Dorothy makes her home with Mrs. George Free while : -n Algona. Beulah Hartshorn visited briefly n Algona last week. She recent- y completed three months' train- ng at Midlands' Radio and Tele- ision school in Kansas City and will leave January 11 for Oakland, California. There she will take seven weeks of intensive training at the Boeing Aircraft School before assuming her duties at the United Airlines. She has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harts- lorn at Ledyard since December 22. Howard (Bud) Vanderwerf visil- d from Sunday until Tuesday be- .ween the holidays at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vanderwerf. He ils a seaman, second class in the navy, and has been given.some awards for marksmanship. His uncle, Irvin Alvin Vanderwerf, a seaman, first class, was recently killed in action. Alvin was born and raised at Lakota. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Vanderwerf now live in Lafayette Minn. Anita Rjise Koblhaas underwent an operation for fistula at Our Lady of Lourdes hospital at Norfolk, Nebraska, Saturday. Anita Rose v:-sited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas here at Christmas time. She is in Metropolitan Insurance Co. employ and her condition is reported fine. The Kohlhaas son, Dean, was operated on for a cyst near the kidney at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge yesterday (Wednesday). Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhaas are with him there. Nornna Johnson gave a vocal solo entitled "Our Flag" at the commemoration of the birth-date of Dr Townsend by the Algona Townsend ClubvNo. 1 on Tuesday- evening. Miss •, Marge Turner gave army march .'songs; Miss Jean Holdren told the story of the life of Dr. Townsend and Mrs. A. M. Anderson played "The March of the Townsendites" on- the piano. Mrs. Marie Pedersen gave a. reading; Mary Lou Worby a piano, solo and Mrs. Lottie Johnson gave a poem, "When Victory Comes." A trio composed of Adel.'ne and Joyce Bilsborough and Carrie Helmers sang; H. E. Miner gave a reading entitled "Scoop" and Mr. and iM>s. J. L. Rosenberger gave a violin and piano number. Mrs, R. A. Cowan will enetttaln r /bridge club at her home 6n Thursday evening. Bob Kohlhaas, Eugene Zendef and Don Winkel returned Sunday to Dubuque Where they are students at Lttras' college. Mary Helen McEnroe has rettntt- ed to her studies at Clarke Col- ege at Dubuque after spending the lolidays with her father, Frank Mc- Unroe and family. Roy THftngtiost's health Is su' r iclently 'improved to enable him tc return to his home here after be- ng a patient at the Kossuth hospi- ;al for a couple of weeks. Lieutenant Donald Dewel arriv- d Wednesday morning for a short visit with his father, W. C. Dewel and his brothers, Duane and Bob Dewel. Lieutenant Dewel is iir .he army. ,1. G. Grotte of Spencer is the new meat cutter at the Consumer Wholesale grocery. He and Mrs. rotte have an apartment at the Tilla McCail home. Mr. Grotte succeeds Mike Enri.ght, who with his family has moved to Sioux City. James D. Moore, pharmacist mate second class In the U. S. Navy, ocated at Newport, R. I., has been visiting his grandparents, Mrs. W. W. Annis and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore in Algona the past two days. 3e is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. P. Moore, Bode. Jack Hilton will arrive in Algona Sunday to take Mrs. Hilton and their son, 'Larry to Indi-anola where they will make their home. Their home here has been rented and they have rented a house in Indianola. Jack is managing a variety store there. Richard Potter, Aviation Machinist Mate Third Class in the navy, Will be graduated from his mechancis course at Navy Pier in Chicago Friday. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Potter and has been in the navy eight months, fie has not been home since his enlistment. Violet Halbrook and Mrs, J. L. Hilton have had word that their brother, Clifford Halbrook !a back In the United States in a hospital at Fort Devons, Massachusetts, He had feeefl ift month* wilh ton wired «He details -but foWd ohJy\ttta£ doing as well aa cdUld bfe He if exjje'dte-a hofrte time. TlU eldef Maso« City. •MtHBiillttH Basket Ball Algona High School VS. Cleai Lake A. H. S. Cym Friday, Ian. 8 8=00 p.m. Friday, Jan. 15—Clarion, here Mrs. F. L. TRIBON will sell furniture for J. L. HM- ton,\606 South Jerome, Saturday, January 9 at 10 a. m. Table piano, small size; two piece living room suite; walnut dining room set; two 9x12 rugs; office desk; lamps; end table; dresser; kitchen furniture; dishes; other th'.ngs. These people are leaving town Monday and all must be sold. . RODUCTION BRED SWIFT'S BABY CHICKS »„„ get a^50'ce w t discoHnt for each 100 Swift Baby Chicks you order by February J5,1943. And Swift's Chicks are proved wopey makers. Why is U that poultrymeu get such fast growth and heavy egg production from Swift's Baby Chicks? The answer is Swift's scientific hatchery management. • All breeder flocks contain stock from pedigreed bloodlines, are chosen for heavy production—good health—uniformity to standards. • Breeder flocks are rigorously culled 3 or 4 times a year by jKwltJyittW who know how. t PoUwuwvrteatfpg gf these flock, protects your chicks. Only fl«*8 with less thaw 9 per cent reactors are accepted? f OUT W*oder». fanitsry h»tchwy is operated by a ™ -—*—1 man- laying heos, Qrder YOU CAN ALWAYS SAVE AT SUPER VALU These Every Day Law Prices, Except an Perishables, Are Guaranteed Thru JAN. 14th. CAKE FLOUR SUPER FOOD STORES 3 ^- *•- m Swansdown '*— 27< "*^*^^^^ Vy suNRICH PREPARED ; •-' ' ', .-•• CATSUP l Pancake Flour:>,«• PKG 15< THE CRISPIER CORN FLAKES Post Toasties »° z - ^- 8< CAROL FRESH, TASTY OATS 9^ Salad Dressing 14 OZ. BOTTLE SUN RICH 32 OZ.. JAR QUICK I OR REG. 48 OZ. PKG.' Lux Flakes LARGE PKG. 23c 1c SALE SWEETHEART SOAP Gosne'.Abate 8 "• I Se bottle IVW BAR PKG. CAROL QUEEN OLIVES 45< NO. 26 JAR 16 OZ. NET NATURAL JUICE OF 18 oz. can Grapefruit 2 ,. r 23c OOLO86AL Ripe Olives ,I M 3lc PETER PIPER DILL Pickle Strips V I7c 18K REQ. FRENCH Dressing • «.** I4e 8ALAD STYLE Mustard u «.» lOc ' .„ ' Imitation |A_ V&nHIa 8 oz. IIIG WAND N Peanut Butter 3 1"45c Spray-Brite HEALTH SOAP Life Buoy 3 ^ 20c TOILET SOAP Lux 3 b. n 20c NORTHERN Tissue 5 ro ,,. 25c NORTHERN Roll Towelsron.fIBO lOc La France 2 Pkfl ul7c Unit i2o, Pko . 9c Satina ^ 5c Sal" Soda 2 2 ^' b 15 C LAUNDRY SOAP Blue Barrel 3 »» 25c Aerowax P m, 23c 8PAN BRAND Brooms .»., 49c 8OFTEX Toilet Tissue 3 „... 20c KIBBLED K-9DogFood4^l9c KIBBLED K-9 Dog Food r 23c KIBBLE8 Ken-L Ration i£: 25c I4c Sunrich A 8 oz. l A. , IVHT FLAKES L, pkgs.lUC Quaker Puffed Rice A 4'/i oz. AA- SPARKIES. £ pkgs.MV Sunrich Wheat 28 oz. CEREAL, ....L....:.v pkg. Eibo . A 1 Ib. AA_ MACARONI £ pkgs. fcWU Long ... A 1 Ib. fl^n SPAGHETTI fcpkgs. fcWw Gerber's Strained Baby A 4H oz. | Q A FOOD W cans Gerber's Chopped ' BABY FOOD 4'/£ oz, can ' ,8e RINSO LARGE PKG. SPRY 3 LB. CAN 40 LB. 8AOK GOLD NUOQET FLOUR 49 LB, 8AQK FRESH FRUITS ^VfGETflBliS MAOIO BAKE ENRICHED FLOUR MEAT a good source of NATURAL B VITAMINS Wiensre, large or small Ib. 230 ^LAPRFRUIT | Q f or jj|^ Ring or Minced Bologna Ib. 19c *»»*„„„* ' _ o 11 A-X UHAWUJb& ,-. Summer Sausage IP. 27tO QNIONS 10 Tender Picnics _.,- - - - - Ib, 33c WI^»B Pm-U Cutlets Ib. 33e ArrLEai fancy ro«c VWWeti ^ _ . 10. 44C MOBIMMPC Ring Liver Saw»age ---Ib, I9c Ft^»|i Pork Neck Bone» - -Ib, 9c CRANBERRIES F>-' ?- s

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