The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 28, 1943 · Page 2
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•* t ; '<•;", '>*•' "j ',,,'' v > '« ' - r<T , '^ * '* """ ^1 ' - ' " .'> 'j 11 -""""^ «,*''" "' ^ ' ' , ; "J > "?' '^Ji^7-l HEETLAH) GERMANU CREAMY Iiakota: The annual Germanln, Co-Operatlve creamery meeting wus held at the town hall Saturday evening. Two directors were elected. George Griese was re-elected and Nick Koppen was elected to take Gus Steinberg's place on the board as Mr. Steinberg Is cdoperator but has not now a Mr- and .Mrs. Mike Winter and daughter, Madonna* Mason City, were week end visitors at the Br- nest ,,Wbr6mattfl and attended the gllyer s weddlng celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland. dfhe Kloyd jClabaughs left Saturday Jfor .Webster City In response Jo a message saying Mr. Cflay- baugh's mother was critically 111. The Nick Koppens are caring for things on the farm for them. Mr. and .Mrs. .Charles Bggerth were business visitors at Esther- vine Thursday ; and on the way home stopped for a visit with the ;R«y. and Grote at Arm. ..* strong where .they visited until on | Friday, "^e Grotes are former La- «,..J John Smith hired as secretary. The other directors are Carl Christ and John Steerrhard. Nick Bch- rcnds is buttermaker with Everett Rippentrop ns assistant. Gene Estle spent the week end •with her family near Ledyard. She Is employed in Des Moines. .. „..„ MMJ. \Wnde Ball honored Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Heetland at a dinner party Thursday evening for their silver wedding. The table was beautifully fleoorated 'in silver. Other guests were Mr. ami Mts,' Cl A. Winter, :the Vernon Smiths and the Mrs. Larry Stafi ford. * '< »/?A; v^r You're Needed for the "Task at Hand" Don't waste precious hours trying to wash garments that really require dry-cleaning. Frequent dry-cleaning will prolong the life of your wardrobe, and save your time for war work, Phone 330 The best solutions are vital; depend on The Elk. -ELK- Cleaners and Furriers NORMAN & PERKY Good Hope: Following training! and graduation from Mercy hdspi-l tal, Des Moines, Miss Ruth \Wels-j brod has been commissioned.a sec-j ond lieutenant In the Nurses corps; of the U. S. army and Is now In service at Camp Crowder, .Mo.j Lieutenant Welsbrod Is a graduate' of the Fenton Mgh school .and Is- the daughter'of Mr. and Mra. Walter' Weisbrod of this community.! HARVEYS ENHEttTAIN NEWLY WEDS WEDNESDAY Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Harvey were hosts last Wednesday evening at a dinner party complimenting her coustins, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Larson and his mother. Mrs. AUre< Larson of Chicago. Other guests were Mrs. Harvey's parents, Mr, and Mrs. J. H. Zanke. Mr. and Mrs. (Larson, recently married), were on a honeymoon trip before he leaves for military duty. He holds a responsible position at the Continental! First and Savfnffs Bank, in Chicago. PASTOtt EUrTEBf AtNS HOAUfe MEMBERS ANO WIVES * >. ..Sixteen guests, Including mern» beta ; «f the good 'Mope, official And'.their wive? wefe (freaks lay evening of Rev, M. M, »v««r~ at thS pifiwri&ge. A bud" ness meeting prefaced & social eve' ning concluded by refreshments. This.Is an annual courtesy extended by the board members and invited guests by their pastor. Plans were <laid for «. series of church night programs and organization ,of ajybuth fellowship group. wwri. Ben Reid Is much improved foIlqWl'ng a recent illness wltrt pancreas complications. Rural .schools closed temporarily Monday morning to give the weather a' chance to moderate. Bight freshman girls of Algona hjgh sflhodl \were recently enter* talned ,at .dinner and a coasting •party :at the '.home of Mr. and Mr.4. R. A. Harvey. The occasion honor- sd their .daughter, Miss Shirley Harvey on her 15th 'birthday. Mr. and Mrs. t©. Harlan have announced throug 'lithe columns of the society edition of the Des Moines Register, the approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Clarice ;to Howard EareSbflt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sarchet. Both thoae fine young people are Good Hope students now attending college a I Iowa State at Ames. I F. REYNOLDS, BURT WAR VETERAI PASSES IN DES MOINES HOSPITAL Burt: William Frank Reynolds, son of Mrs. Belle Reynolds and the late Chas. Reynolds and a veteran of World War I, died at the Veterans' hospital in Des Moines Saturday night, where he had been taken two or three weeks ago. He had been ill for some time with heart trouble and dropsy- He was born May 9, 1890, at Guthrie Center, where he spent Ins youth. Later the family moved to Audubon and a number of years ago moved to Burt, which has since been his home. He is survived by his mother and the following brothers and sisters: Mlra. Lester Potter of Audubon, Carl W. Reynolds of Burt. Gladys of Des Moines, Mrs. George Ackert of St. Paul. His father and one brother and ft sister preceded him Irr death. , Funeral services were held at the Methodistc hurch Wednesday afternoon, Rev. H. W. Jackman conducting the services. Burial was in the Burt cemetery. Lura Sewick, Forest City teacher, spent the week end at her home here. The Fortnightly club is to meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. W. J. Lockwood. Mr and Mrs. John Ruger of Lu- Verne visited Friday afternoon at the Walter Rentz home. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick spent Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth May, at Emmetsburg. Mrs. J. L. Miller returned Sat-', urday from Melvin, where she had ' visited since Thursday at the home of a sister. The J G. McDonalds, W. W. Boetcthers and Lydia Meyers wevo Sunday dinner guests at the R. A. Blcich home. Mr and Mrs. Ray Falb of Livermore spent Friday evening at the Roy Morgan home. Mr, Falb is Mrs. Morgan's brother. Mrs. Chester Sill, Mrs Brandt and Mrs Nichols of Algona spent st Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Sill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Paine. Dr. J. C. Buthman preached at the Methodist church Sunday morning. He and the Rev. and Mrs. H W. Jackman were dinner guests at the Rev. G. H. Wessel home. , Mr. and Mrs Merwyn Cunningham and baby of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voigt and Mrs. Robert Voigt. Jr., were Sunday dinner guests at the J. P. Cunning- home in honor of the baby, Joseph Robert's first birthday. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steward and children and Mrs., Bertha Wallace were Sunday dinner guests 'it the G. P. Hawcot home in honor of Wallace Hawcott, who was to leave Wednesday to be inducted into the army. Grace Miller of Algona spent t.ie week end at the R. J. Nealy home PORTLAND WRITER SUBL wrm "In western Portland the Des Aioinea river *un throtigh, while north is the wild game refuge "Un* iottSlough"; we have no mountain'' but twd TRUNiKHHjLS and three students nurses to care for our ilia. We have no WHTEB but we have a BLACK, about 40 men In service but not one WAAC. We have no bears, 'but we have a WOLF he can elliwb trees and get «oons like an elf. We have no "priest but we have a PARSON, donrt have a coffee gulper but 'have a LARSEN; we've not all gains for we have a LBBK and a LOSS, as well as a very good man we call A. BAAS. We've ah ex-senator, efrsherlff and an auctioneer, all of them well known far and near. We have no baker but have a MILLER, we have no Clevelands but have two GROV- DRS, we have no Ham 'but have a BURGER; we don't have a woman but we have a MANN; we have many hives of bees, also a DRONE; we have some who get old, but not O. L. YOUNG;/ ISCOTT thought he saw fire, but it was only SARKS; we GOVERN ourselves to save MOORE and forget larks; we did have a HOOD but now have a BONJNETT, and this marks the end of our little sonnet." Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham, Jr,, of Swea City visited seVeral days at the parental Graham home this week. 'Dale Dickmeyer and Veryl Baas were In the group leaving Wednesday for Des Moines where they will enter army service. Elsie Larsen and a college friend. Phyllis Swanison, both attending Waldorf, Forest City, spent the past week end with the M. E. Lar- sens. Fern Kjrull, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fim J. Krull, is re- monia. Fern is a sesond grade covering from an attack of pneu- pupil at school No, 6. (Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Larsen attended the funeral of Mrs. Wrn. Dorsey at Swea City Friday afternoon. The little Larsen 'baby girl spent the afternoon with Mrs. Martin. Larsen. i^JTHWj UACTAJI9 ^_'T" •••""• tttfff ANSnVEHSABY . and Mrs. Jerry fte celebrated their 23th wedding an nlversary with a family dinner at noon and several families of relatives were afternoon callers. In spite of the severe blizzard about 60 were present during the day. Dinner guests Were: MM. Heel- land's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Winter, the Raymond VWntera, Mrs. Anna Ogren, the Vernon Smiths and Mrs. Larry Stafford; afternoon visitors Were the Jerry tntenas, the 1. E. Wortmans, the Fred Schroeders, the tieorge Heet- lands, the O. A. Gutknechts, Hannah Heetland, the Mike Winters and the Rev. B. G. Sauer. Mr. and Mrs. Heetland received many lovely gifts, among them a silver service and tray silver fruit dish, glass and silver relish dish, round stiver tray, silver and glass Ice container, silver plate and several silver dollars. Both Mr and Mrs. Heetland were born and rased In this community and have a family of three sons and five daughters. One son, Ronald and one son-in-law, Larry Stafford, are In the service. Mrs. Eva Mlttag and children drove to Algona Sunday to visit nt the Robert Noltes and to see the new granddaughter. ^^ LONE ROCK NEWS plllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillH^ .Bruce Graham has been trans- fered to Fort Monroe, .Va., where he is taking a three months' course in automotive fundamentals. He is in the coast artillery and was recently made a corporal. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Hawcott and son, Wallace, were dinner guests Saturday evening at the C. A. Phillips home in Algona. The dinner was in honor of their sort Clark'j birthday and a farewell for their son, John, who was to be inducted into the army Wednesday. Wallace was also in the group inducted that day. Mrs. Rodney Giddings was brought home Saturday by ambulance from Marengo, where she had undergone an operation. Her liusband, Sgt. Rodney Giddings, had been with her a few days and is here now. He is to return to Fort Bliss, Texas, Wednesday. Mrs. Giddings is .being cared for by Mrs. Gordon Giddings at her home. Otto Ladd, Good Hope, Breaks Leg in Runaway Good Hope: Otto Ladd, farmer of this community, was taken to the Kossuth hospital in Algona, Monday for injuries suffered when his team ran away while clearing the farm lane of snow. Mr. Ladd was thrown to the ground with such violence as to receive a broken leg below the knee. Neighbors assisted in clearing blocaded roads to get him to town-. mVINGTON NEWS ARMER George Hackman, Sr., is critically ill at his home. Mr. Hackmun fell last Monday and injured his hip. John Cox, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. John Cox, has returned to his camp in Mississippi after a fur ough with home folks. Mr. and (Mrs. Ralph Lee have eceived word from their son, Cal rin, now serving with the U. S ilerchant Marine that he had com pleted his first sea trip which wa o a South American port. He I iow stationed at a Panama base where he will remain for six month receiving special training. Jim another son of the Lees, has als enlisted in this same branch This is one year when you will raise just as many bushels of grain as is possible. You will raise just as many hogs and cattle as is possible. This may call tor larger storage capacity, larger sheds or barns, hog houses, poultry houses, and brooder houses. We are planning to assist you in these efforts. Just at the present time we are putting in a large stock o± lumber, and we expect to have lumber to build these buildings and maintain the present farm buildings which must be kept in repair. Bring us your Building Problems today and we can help you solve them. PHONE 229. "If It's Made of Lumber We Have It" S. NORTON & SON Mr«. Alfreds, Jdhfisbn, Hfrhd weftt t<j flkt f«& my hospital about 10 dftyi Akfir* flinttwwtflt & fhB>j6# op* Sratldft Viola Itoelftema speht the Week eUd with 1 hit parent*, the John KoetftemW northeast Of town. She Is emplSyed Irt Mason aty. tfrs. Andrew Jansen received word last week of the 'birth of a son, Paul Owen, to her niece and husband, (Mr. and Mrs. Glen Buchanan at Mason City. fiiste Underland spent the Week end with a friend Wh6 is a teacher in the 'SWea City school. Because of the storm she was unable Tltettfi ed a iki ana re! -fttd u . Thursday evening toMgwf ef DeVere StnUh'« *fth W"™*f* iSamethiftg went vrteft* jmh the refrigerator at the feMfe&g? mansd Sunday morning aftiT MM. Sauer's MMtttt,. Mrs. Lundeeft WM. overcome with ammonia fumes, out Is recovering. NOTICE! Due to recent government regulations we will discontinue retail sales of ice cream from our plant beginning February 1. Please make arrangements With our. dealers for your orders. The Algona Ice Cream & Candy Factory (Mrs. M. E. Blanchard spent Friday at the Lawrence Newbrough home. Miss Ruby Nelson began working at the Shipley cafe at Algona last week. Due to the cold weather and blocked roads no school was held lere Monday. (Mrs. Frank Householder end hildren spent Saturday at the R. lurlburt home. Theo. Krueger of Titonka, spent Jaturday night and Sunday at the A. A. Krueger .home. ' Mrs. G. D. See and son, Marlowe of Waterloo came Friday for a week at the Donald Blanchards. The American Legion Auxiliary will sponsor a card party in the ichool auditorium Thursday eve- ling, Jan. 28th. Mr. and (Mrs. Bernard Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen called at the Glenn Hanson home at Ottosen Thursday. The Herbert Bush family who were employed at the Ralph Hurlburt home, the past year, moved .o Brooklyn Saturday. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt submitted to an operation for appendioi- ;is at the General hospital at Al- jona Thursday morning. Mrs. Chester Alme and daughter, Shirley of Ottosen spent the week end at the J. M. Blanchard home. Mr. Alme was a guest here Sunday. Mrs. Dora Laabs and daughter. Wilma, accompanied the Paul Vlolgts of'Fenton to Fairmont on Saturday where they visited the Dlarence Lohse ffimily. Mrs. I. W. Nelson spent Saturday night with her mother, Mrs. Cora Bacon at Algona. Mr. Nelson and sons, Harold and Dorrald were guests there Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Krueger had their dinner gudst* jqunday: Theo Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. Fred erick Scliultz and the Chas. Schultz family and Kay Hamlin. Mrs. Raymond Bierstedt - and Mrs. Calvin Householder were dinner guests at the Mra. Kate Dittmer home at Algona Wednesday. They were accompanied by Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee of Burt. The Ladies' Mite society met at the home of Mrs. Fred Genrich on Thursday with Mrs. W. C. Heiter assisting. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Frederick Schultz on Feb. 4 with Mrs. Chaa. Schultz assisting. NOTICE OP ASSBSS»IENT g FOR c( S^lPA 8 CING SECONDARY ROAD No(lce is hereby given toJSTpersons whose name* apgeai; In the wHh- of the Owner Aniim't parcels ut rem eotutc mv,iuu*.u .,,......- — which schedule of proposed assessments is aJ S,ib-nivUlo» Sec. TWP. R»y. Acre- Name SKtt SWW SE14 . 3 60 A Ntt SE»4 " 60.3 A NV4 SWVt 28 SWli " 29 95 f||fi AV»K« •" •••••*• —— '"~ ^ 27 40 A. H. Hoffman 50.3 60. :i 40 ............. Adalia Kohl Fraser .......... |-|5 g oo " • ----- conclusively waived Interest It paid within County Auditor. NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT KOR SURFACING SECONOARV ROAD ***** UiBWlit'l taw* UM*» parces o r which schedule of Proposed assessments Sub-DlvUlou "-- *" --- ™-~ A -~" ---T-f."-T as followa. .-„ SW _B% SW "JWVl SW 3W>4 IS' 'IB* 27*' 40 • Viola 'Emery 41.73 41.70 41.07 42.25 40 AMm't *«;« 6.34 ' - ';;.'..:.... S.BS Un ( lon Const. Co. .......... • • *•« 8.'«« twenty lays from date the assessment Js confirmed. Pated »t Algpna. Iowa, thl* l»tb day of Jai»., i»«. STORED : pfr^r ----- — -. YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JANUARY 20 AND 30 Superb BRAND HALVES Bartlett Pears PEAR CUP SALAD IN HEAVY SYRUP % cup seedless raisins 1 3-oz. package cream cheese 1 teaspoon horseradish 2 tablespoons mayonnaise 6 to 8 pear halves y 3 cup graham cracker crumbs Chop raisins; combine with cheese, horseradish, mayonnaise. Dip pears in crumbs. Pill with cheese mixture. Serve OH lettuce. Serves 6 to 8. 2 LARGE NO. 2 1 / 2 CANS tttadt 2 Cans).. 57 C "Morning Light' PEACHES Firm, full ripe halves and sliced. Canned in their own juice. Can be quickly repacked in glass jar to be opened later when peaches in tin cans may be hard to get NO. 1O CAN . . 69« COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS Beef Roasts 270 Per Pound Per Pound Boiling Beef _I90 Kellogg'g PEP Bacon . Small Wieners _________ - ------ — Il-lb. 25c ' Bulk Kraut _ ________ ----- ~_— — -ft. 5c RING LIVER SAUSAGE, pvund .............24c PURE LARD Pound tlti Fkg lip BOLOGNA Per Lb. 220 Per Lb. SUMMER SAUSAGE 350 PKGS. 230 First Prize Mealy Beans 130 POUND BAG Superb Rolled Oats LB. PKG ....... 1 90 SHORT CUT STEAKS, SIRLOIN STEAKS, ROUND STEAK BUCKWHEAT CAKES A prepared . flour •blended with the best New York Buckwheat PER LB. 39 Family Bag .. Pantry Pride BREAKFAST SYRUP FOUND BOTTLE New Crop MISSION FIGS A POUND BAG 270 Nancy Ann "ENRICHED 1 BREAD M OUNCE LOAF ........ (1V& Pounds) 110 Enriched By Nature" MA BROWN Whole Wheat BREAD ' ' ISc CLAPP'SFOOD Strained. 4 Cans ...... 25c Chopped, 4 Cans ..... 3tc Cereal and j Instant Oatmeal, Fkf. "Morning Light" RED RIPE TOMATOES BAKED TOMATOES AND ONIONS 1 pound White Onions 3 feblespoons Butter 1 tablespoon chopped Green Pepper ' 3 tablespoons Flour 1 No. 2 can Tomatoes 2 cups Bread Cubes 1 teaspoon Salt Peel onions; cover with boiling water and let boil 10 minutes drain. Melt 2 tablespoons butter in saucepan; add green pepper; add flour; stir until well blended. A&d the 2% cups tomatoes; cook until mixture thickens, stirring constantly; add salt. Place onions in buttered casserole; cover with 1 cup bread cubes: pour on tomato mixture; coyer with remaining bread cubes: dot with remaining butter. Bake 425 Deg, F, about 30 minutes, Serves C NO. 9 CANS ...... (Limit % Cans). 27c CAMAY TOILET SOAP 2 CAKES 130 LAVA HAND SOAP PfcG LAUNDRY SOAP Old Country Hardtack with th* full, nut-like flavor of ^ri/r'A^ll Pkg. I Be SUNBRITE CLEANSER QRAN6IS B BEESKO Dog Food, 3-». Sag GRAPEFRUIT NEW CABBUGE Dependable BROOMS, Each 790 RUT ABACAS and PARSNIPS

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