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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 14, 1943
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The Algona-t/pper Des Moineg, Algona, Iowa, Jan. 14,1943 ROBT. HALVERSON RECTED HEAD OF SENECA HAGUE Seneca: The Seneca Luther League held Its anual meeting at the Martin Wllberg home Sunday •evenlfig. Officers were elected as follows: president, Robert ttalver- aon; vice president, Lloyd Wllberg:; secretary, Jeanne WMberg and treasured, Bobby Wllberg. The next league meeting will %e held at the iCenneth /Thompson home Sunday •evening, Jan. 44th. Refreshment.^ •were Served by the hostess. Mrs. Keneth Thompson's sister, Irene, ';slster-iniaw, Mrs. Bertram Uauge and bwo brothers of Lelan-d, spent last week end at the Thompson home. (Mrs. Kenneth Thompson has "been helping care for Mrs. Mathilda OJeon, who has been 111 the past couple of weeks and is showing slow Improvement. *I A baby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Engesser at a FairhMmt, Minn., hospital last Wednesday but lived only one day. This'Was their first chMd. Mr.'and Mrs. Howard Rtehards spent Thursday with her parents at Spirit Lake. The Richards recently returned home from a three Weeks'trip to Washington. Louis Oast, who suffered a broken bone In an ankle about six weeks ago, to now able to be up and around again. Jerry Godden has been .assisting With the chores. Mrs. Jens Halverson, Robert Hal- versoh, Mrs. Ronald Carey and Jeanne and Delores Wilberg called Saturday on Mrs. Otis Wllberg who is a patient at the Kossuth hospital, Algona. : Mr. and Mrs. Earl Osborh and children were Sun-day Visitors at the Anna Osborn home at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ooetsch of Belolt, Wls., were also guests. Friday evening callers at the \Osborn home Were the MMlen Jensens. Mr. and Mrs. Mlllen Jensen were host and hostess Sunday at dinner for the student pastor, pavJd & Qullb, from the theological seminary, St. Paul, who conducted services here Sunday. The next service will be held Sunday, Jan. 24th, at 10 o'clock. LUVEHNE NEWS XXffXXtei^^ Edw. Dehnert and son, Arlo and Donald Guderlan were Des Molnes visitors Monday, J. A. Nelson was able to be at the bank Saturday alter a week's Illness with ..the flu. Russell Stoddard who has been working in Des Moines spent la-jt. week In LuVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght Hardgrove and sons, Algorra were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Kate Barton. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Fleming of Renwick were Sunday dinner guest's of Mr. and Mrs. ,Vernon Strlbley. Mrs. Phyllis Erdman, Forest C'-ty, is critically 111 at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Clifton Richardson. (Mrs. Elmer Hunt went to Altoona by bus Monday. She went to attend the funeral of a friend, Mrs. Elmer Baldwin of that place. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd MacClarioii were called to Climbing Hill, Iowa, by the illness and death of Mrs. MacClarion's father who d'«d Sunday at the age of 92. Two for one. Use the Upper Des Moines want ads. 8-tf - Tax Payers ATTENTION Save gas. and , tires for yourself and your Assessor. He is on the .job -now. Farm Machinery The new assessment on FARM MACHINERY will take t!nie. Anyone having machinery PLEASE take time and LIST each article and the age of each. Do this at once before your assessor calls on you. "» Homestead Exemption / ..Be sure and sign up with your Assessor for your Home- it] Stead Exemptions If you have bought ph>p.ferty'l>y Contract, ' "yoii'muat have paid' i&% of purchase price ' ahd''it must be •corded in the Recorder's Office before it will be allowed for """ ' ..... '" ' ' ~ Soldier's Exemption 'If you flied for Soldier's Exemption in 1942, it becomes permanent. If you have just moved Into the County, you must file and have Discharge Papers recorded in iKossuth County. Dog License The Assessor will list all dogs. Pay your Assessor. $1.00 for Male or Spayed Female and $3.00 for Female. There is a • penalty of $1.00 after March. 31st, 1943. ^ Kindly do your part and your Assessor will do his. E.S.Kimey County Auditor. £ fe; & B».-V IOWA UNITED j| NATIONS WEEKJ JAN-. 14th thru 20th, 1943 Thurs,rFri.-Sat,, Jan.14-15-16 2 'Features—2 Serials Sunday, Jan. 17th—4 Days OITOSEN WOMEN GROUPS ACTIVE IN WEE'S WORK Ottosen: The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met at the church parlors on Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Oscar Movlck and Mrs. Cliff Landers hostesses. The program consisted of a solo by Mrs. Merle Faulk and a reading by Mrs. Roy Jacobsotr. It was decided to call the roll by a scripture passage. Sewing and hand work for the Red Cross of which the program committee consisted was planned for each meeting. Lunch was served by the hostesses. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid meets Friday at the church parlors. This !s an all day meeting with a pot luck lunch at noon. The time will be spent sewing for the Red Cross. The Ladies Rural club met at the Presbyterian church parlors Friday afternoon, Mrs. Joe Leitl and Mrs. Roy Telford as hostesses. The day was spent sewing for the Red Cross. A business meeting was held in the afternoon. The Ottosen Progressive club met Thursday with Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk. Clarence Reese Was a visitor in Bradgate Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kleis and Gayle were Sunday night visitors in Bode. Mr. and Mrs. 'Ralph Richards were Fort Dodge visitors Tuesday. •Mr. and Mrs. Noah Anliker were Sunday visitors at the Sam Kropf home. Ruth and Evelyn Spiech were Saturday visitors at the Clem Ludwig home. Mrs. Will Seller of Bode spent Wednesday with her sister, Mrs. Ralph Richards. Raymond Rasmussen spent a few days at the Louis Henrickson homn near West Bend. Mrs. Percy Watnem was a Monday visitor at the Rollo Stearns home at Rutland. \ . Mr. and Mrs. Art Tabor were Wednesday night visitors at the Max Clark home. iRussell Reese of Litchfield, Minn , came Saturday for a visit at the Clarence Reese home. Mr. and Mrs. James Strutbers and family spent Sunday at the Fred Struthers home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and SMrley were Sunday dinner guests at the Merle Holt home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoflus were Sunday dinner guests at the Floyd Bacon home near Algona. •Lois Jacobson ^went to Fort Dodge Sunday where she will visit at the Floyd O'Brien home. (Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Klnseth and family were Sunday visitors at the Henry Bergum home at Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson and Lois were Saturday night visitors at $he Ernest Enockson home. 'Mr. and Mrs. Ted Underberg anil family were Sunday visitors at the -Ray Haugen, ,. home -liear-. Algona. Mr. arid Mrs; Percy 'Watnem and famMy were Sunday visitors at the Louis Depple home at Bode. (Linda lone Enockson is ill with threatened pneumonia; She ! slightly improved at this writing Mrs. Geo. Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper were visitors in Algona on Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt and family were Saturday visitors at the Harry Chambers home at Corwith. (Florence Rasmussen and La- vorine Sherburn spent the week end at the Gottlieb Jannsen home near Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen of WhMtemore were Wednesday visitors at the Percy Watnem home. Mr: and Mrs. Eddie Zinnell, Mrs. Irvin Movick, Mrs. Roy Telford were Tuesday visitors in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jacobson and daughters visited Mrs Miles Helmen and children at Bode on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovig and Barbara were Sunday visitors at the James Togeas home at Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs John Starin and Lynn were Sunday dinner guests at the Tom Jolliffe home near Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zlirnell-and Muriel were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Hit Hundertmark home at Mallard, Richard Jacobson returned to his studies at Iowa City Tuesday nftnr spending a vacation at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Noah Anliker, and Mrs. Ed Neighbors of Elgin, 111., were Tuesday night supper guests at the -Joe Anliker home. • Mrs, Florence Coonts and children of Ware brought Mrs. Clarence Reese home Saturday after spending the week visiting there. Mrs. Aferle Faulk, Mrs. Percy Watnem and Bruce were Friday afternoon, visitors at the home of Mrs, Manda Mitsven at Bode., A carpet; rag sewing bee was held at the home of Mrs. Caroline Telford Tuesday, being sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and Peter, and We. am} Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson and family were Sunday visitors at the Peter Enockaon home, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Hogan, and Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Reese were Sunday night visitors at the Henry Gregerson home near Liv* ermore. Funeral services for Simon Chria- tianson were held at the home and Lutheran church Thursday afternoon with interment in. the Qtto, sen cemetery• Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Stone of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Pen Aaliker and family of West Bend were Sunday vteHorg at the Joe Anliker borne. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Robinson, and Mr. and Mrs, Joe Anliker attended the Joint insolation of the Eastern $tar and Ma&wrfc lodge at West Bend M9 n 4w »if Wk Mr. 3. C. Wlmmer, manager of the Woodward store, 's In St. Louis this week on a buying trip. Mrs. Lulti Johnson ;of Ruthven I* visiting her daughter, Mrs. H. M, Olson In Algona for a few days. J. li. Richardson Is In Chicago this weeft buying spring merchandise for the Richardson hardware. Herman flaubcrg In spending (his week in Chicago buying spring merchandise for the Chrischilles store. Mrs. W. E. McDonald has re- .urned from Rochester where she went for a check-up at the Mayo clln!.c. Mrs. Winifred Ooodnow of Iowa I!lty spent several days last week n Algona as guest of her aunt, Mrs. L. G. Baker. Lloyd Pratt and Ernest Anflnson spent Wednesday at Albert City where they were working on an electrical job. Mrs. William Dehnert entertained the ladies' Bible class of the Congregational church on Wednesday afternoon. Julius Kunz of Wesley brought five ladles to Algona on Tuesday when they attended a meeting of the Kossuth County Red Cross. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown attended a meeting of the Young Married People's club held at the hotel at Burt on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Henry iTohannsen, Mrs* Russell Pickett and Mrs. Orrin Spauld- Ing were guests of the sewing club which met with Mrs. George Conklin Tuesday afternoon. R. B. Waller spent the week end In Algona with his wife and daughter. He is a yeoman, first clasr;, in the navy attached to the Des Moines recruiting station. Lydia Miller returned to Washington, D. C., Monday after n month's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex C. MMler. She is employed in the Treasury Department. W. Brail Wright, manager ot the Graham store is in St. Louis this week with other Graham store managers to buy spring merchandise. He visited his son in Des Moines enroute. Mrs. William Crosby of Marshalltown is visiting her sister, Mrs R. P. Norton. Mrs. Crosby's husband is in the army and she has just •eturned from Stuart, Florida, where she visited him. Mrs. Charles Duffy of Clear Lake spent Monday afternoon in Algona where she visited Mrs. Ed Parks. The ladies are old friends, Mrs. Parks having lived with Mrs. Duffy before her marriage. Charles Ppmmerening Is'very 111 with heart disease at Rochester. Mrs. Pommerenlng and their daughters, Clara, and Mrs. Cletus Reding o&Chicago are with is'-alsb the'son, Bobby. :•• v '•"• :.::*; Mr; and Mrs., Wayne Douglas and. son, pf Des .Malnes. spent the rweek endTh Algona'with the formers parents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Douglas. Wayne is employed at the Ordnance plant at Ankeny. Margaret Hum returned to Rochester, Minn., Tuesday after visiting since Thursday with her mother, Vtrs. Katherine Hum and her broker, Bernard of Irvlngton. M'ss Hum is a .bacteriologist at the Mayo linic. John Kohlliaas visited his nephew, Dean, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Kbhlhaas, at the Mercy hospital •n Fort Dodge Tuesday. Dean Is recovering nicely from a recent operation for removal of a cyst on the kidney. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shllts went to Des Moines Tuesday to attend a onvention of BrownbMt shoe men. Previous to this year the convention has been held in St. Louis, but has been changed for the convenience of motorists. Mrs. D. H. Goeders of Clear LaUe v,isited a day or two last week w'-tn Algona friends. She leaves today for Moultrie, Georgia, whe : ;.- she will spend two months with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker and family. A. F. Curran went to the Unfver« r ity hospital at Iowa City On Tuesday for further eye treatment. Mr. Curran lias, made several trips to Iowa City on the same mission and his eyesight is so much improved that he says his vision is back to normal. Mrs. C. G. Weftb of Forest City and Mrs. J. A. G. Smith of Fenton spent Wednesday in Algona at the Rev. J. C. Buthmans where they attended an all day executive session of the district Woman's Society for Christian Service of the Methodist church. Mary Ellen Halpin, freshman student at Iowa State College at Ames, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Hal- pi.n. She came especially to see her brother, Bud, who is now a secoird lieutenant in the army and was spending a few days at home. TChe S. D. Wilson family has three birthdays this week. The twins, Bernard and Bernice, now Mrs. Vaughn Rishig, have their .birthday on Wednesday and Mrs Florence Peterson's birthday is Sunday. A joint celebration is planned pending word from Bernard who lives at Lake Mills. Kenneth Donovan, accompanied by his brother, flew from the local Squeeze Field to Pella, Iowa, Tuesday. The plane used was Lloyd Gerber's Piper coupe. They returned by way of Des Moines. The Mr. an-d Mrs. Donald Cooper and family who moved to West Bend, at the Geo. Cooper home Saturday n.'.ght. Progressive 500 was played. Donald Cooper and Mrs. Clyde Cooper won high and Mrs. Donald Cooper and Clyde Cooper receiving low. Farms For Sale 144 Acre Improved $65.00 per acre 240 Acre Improved ; $75.>0!p-,per acre. . P. J. Kohlhaas Phone 22 Farm l,oans Farm Management estimates on Tile & Drainage YOUR S&L STORE" "One Thing I've Learned IS to P /on ahead!... That's why I bought my next winter's coat now in S&L's January Sale!* . . ily we raping ta W*# Steeps* wta i * COATS WORTH UP TO $14,85,..., Theie are days when iff Import* ant that all ef in gehthe rnqsl out of avery dellgr w* spend. Trjat'i why you're wjs« to get your Winter Coat now at th*»e tremendous sayings! A coot you'd glory in from now thro Marsh, A coat you'll be just at proud pf next Winter, COATS WOITH IIP TO MO ... Warm, Ivxurieuf fur fabric* I Featherweight flf»«?l! lavish fur trims! CfliualsJ Reefers! Swagger*! Urn* tt*4 selects of styles cjnd fiif i f«f woman! cross country flights from the local airport have hern cut down considerably dUr'.'flg; the winter. Virgil Forsbur gcame home Ia»t week Tuesday from Sioux City where he has completed his primary traMrtg Mi the' War Air Serflce, and Is awaiting call for further training. Virgil, who was employed for several years at the A. & P. store, is attached to the navy". He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert ForsbUrg. Mr. and Mrs, Roland Larson came on Sunday for a week's visit at the home of Rolands parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Larson. Roland is having a two weeks' vacation from the Continental 1 Illinois National. Bank arrd Trust Co. of Chicago, where he has been employed since his graduation from Iowa State College a few years ago. The condition of Charles Nolle, who has been bedfast for several months, .'.s growing worse. He is being cared for by his wife. Mr. Nolte, who for many years was a well known- Algona business man, has been confined to his home in south Algona for several years. He is the father of Harry Nolte, our weather man, and Homer Nolte. Rev. C: 0. Richardson spent Sunday afternoon at LuVerne where he went to attend to .business matters in connection with the Presbyterian church there. Rev Richardson fs now moderator of the Presbyterian churches at LuVerne and Llvermore until a new pastor can be secured. The Rev. Joseph Rankin, former pastor of the churches has retired and moved to Mi- chfgarr. Mrs. Howard Raney received an official proclamation from the government stating that her husband had crossed the equator on Feb. 4, 1942. The proclamation was given to Howard and he sent it to his wife, the former Dorothy Geilenfeldt, here. An explanation was not receded but some sort of an initiation is customary when members of the armed forces cross the equator. Howard is with the army in New Guinea. IF YOU LIKS TYPE Probably the biggest selling coal in this community is a free burning coal of extremely lowash content and of extreme purity ... almost one hundred percent clear of rock, slate and foreign matter. A coal that meets these specifications in every way is Peerless Coal Is your heating plant in tip top shape? A leak at the base, a draft that sticks, dirty flues or a sagging door can waste fuel and money. Avoiding waste is another step toward victory . . .. and peace. A * BUY WAR STAMPS AND BONDS * * Botsford Lbr. Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool Algona U. D. M, Wants Ads Bring Quick Results Uncle Sam's Wants Come First, But AP Has The Food Yon Need FOOD STORES Buy Finer, Fresher A. & P. Coffee! America's Most Popular Coffee 1 ib. A | ' BIGHT O'CLOCK .....bagA I C Rich & Full Bpdied 1-lb RED CIRCLE bag Vigorous & Winey 1-lb. MA BOKAR .COFFEE hag £06 Redeem Coupon No. 28 Now! 24c It's American to share! That's why you're sharing today's food wants with Uncle Sam's Armed Forces and Allies! But remember that A. & P. still has most-of the foods you need for grand, nourishing war-time meals. Come see our five departments. See the wide variety that more than compensates for many foods that have gone fci war. Note too: A. & P. prices are keyed to today's budgets. In some cases, Items are even priced lower than A. & P.te own low ceiling prices. Come today. Bank on wartime savings six shopping days a week. Buy all your food needs atA.&P. Your F,9od Stamps Go Farther at A. & P.! Buy ->c Items With Blue Food Stamps! <^w/r//^r///r/y//jw0MW^ VICTORY FOOD VALUES Grapefruit, Oranges and Tangerines! '•• ** A. & P. conitnucs to cooperate with Uncle Sam in moving one of the largest citrus fruit crops in years. Coine see the bumper \ crop ^of these fancy. beauties A. &- P." purchased for this event— and lay In a supply now! "''.'••"' ' Texas Seedless U. S. Combination 100% Pure Hycirogenated Vegetable Shortening A Ib, dexo W ca Evaporated Milk A tall A*r WHITE HOUSE V cans 4 IC lona Enriched 24'/- Ib. QA -fcFLOUR _ bag O£C 40 Ib. bag $1.57 Baking Powder 8 oz. ROYAL can Granulated A SUGAR ...O ibf. Use Stamp No. 10 Muffin Mix 8 oz. A CORN MUFFIX pkg. «IC 25c Size 96 fM 29c California Fancy Seedless, size 176 ORANGES Florida Fancy, size 210 Size 50 *HEAD Extra Fancy Washington Vita lOc O 2V £ '*' tlc Key to Vitamins: -|—f- Excellent Source; -j-Good Source OUR DAIRY VEPTsvrnmnm Old Fashioned 97 M BRICK CHEESE lb,£IC Fresh Colored Milled AE _ DAISY CHEESE, Ib.OUC Bench Cured White CHEDDAR Cheese, lb Long Horn Mild A I _ AM. CHEESE ....Ib. CIC >nSL-G|'BIT Va ib. Cheddar Cheese pkg. Chief Brand tlMBERBER . Ib. Black Zajite CURRANTS lloz.pkg. |3 C SEEDLESS RAISINS __15oz.pkg. |2c Eureka Golden BLEACHED RAISINS .15 oz. pkg. |4 C Sultana Medium Size PRUNES _ ( ____21b.pkg.28c Calumet BAKING POWDER ____! Ib. can |5 C Morton's Plain or IJodized SALT _ _ Mb. 10 oz. pkgs. |5c Heinz Tomato KETCHUP , 14 oz, bottle 21 C Ann Page Pure Ground BLACK PEPPER 2 oz, pkg, § c Nabisco Graham or Honey Graham , 1 Ib, gQ_ CRACKERS __________ pkg. IOC Sunnyfleld Quick or Regular •• Ib. ROLLED OATS 9 Sunnyfield Crispy A 11 oz. 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