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tn tetters have beeft received 'by the •parents of two Union twjys who are in hospitals Itt New Guinea. Pvt. James ffiMnore is improving and getting ahm*. nicely from wbuhds received in the Pacific area Dec. 19th, according to word received by his parents, Me. and *trs. Mart Elmore. Pvt. Henry (dSUl) Dearchs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dearchs of Algona Is also a-patient'in a hospital, there. He v couldn't tell his parents the extent of his injury or whether he was sick or Injured but that he was eating three meals a days and expected to .be out of the hospital by SALE daughter, Gloria Ann of Algona "KURL COATS the tune they received hU letter. Ha iftet another Algona hoy, Howard Kaney, son of the Hugh Ran* yi of Inrlntton, ghit eoften. (Bernard $>de, Petty OftKrtsr 3-e of the U, & NfeVy, writes he had just returned from a trip on which several submarines were encountered. He told the number of subs they had to their credit. He Is Oft a re-ftiellng ship and perhaps they will encounter more sub trouble than some other kind of ship. John Milton Gardner, who Is a 3rd class petty officer machinists mate, left Navy Pier at Chicago last week and was last heard from at San Francisco, Cal. His move was not made known. He Is son of Mr and Mrs. D. O. Gardner. Another Union boy who has not been 'heard of for some time, Is George, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rich. He has been in the south Pacific for a considerable period of time. Dale Davidson, Son of Mrs. F. Davidson, is reported in a hospital lit Camp Clalborne, from an attack of flu. He is improving. Kathryn Bode left Monday night for fort Dodge where she has employment. The Good Hope W. a C. S. will meet next Wednesday with Mrs. FORMER TEACHER MARRIED 14 John Reid. Mrs. Louis Schumacher visited her parents near Whiittemore few days last week. Mrs. Johnson, teacher in District No. 4, has resigned and expects to Join her husband soon who is in defense work. John Gisch shelled corn last Saturday and the landlord, John Scholtes shelled his corn on his 80 acres just north of there Monday. Mrs. Laura Hohensteln and Mrs. Frank Holus called on Mrs.' Louisa McNutt at the Walter Gorman home last week. She has not been able to be out much in Algona this winter. Her son, Sam and wife of , were Sunday dinner guests at net Ames also cently. visited his mother re- Yukon'Karl' This Is one of the better fur fabric coats, 100% wool pile, beautiful lining and 1 interlining. Sizes to 44. For value these are unexcelled. Siberian , * A lustrous pile fabric makes this coat look like fur. For 1 wear, looks, and warmth this ' is a real buy, only $19 "You'll Want SWEATERS •Wesley: Miss Florence daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burke of Waucoma, was married Thursday, Jan. 14th, to Herbert Goepel at the -St. Mary's Cathedral In ^WfcMWu, Kansas.. The 'bride was a teacher in the Wesley public school here before going to Wichita last June where she has been employed at the Beech Aircraft plant where Mae and Julia Studer are also employed. The couple were attended by Mae Studer and Ralph Jarvft, The bridegroom left Monday tor Induction into the U. S. army for limited service. His wife will continue her work at Wichita. BtJTH CARMAN 1JO ENTEtC MT. CAKME1. AT DTJBUQUE •Ruth Garman of Mason City came home Monday for a few days visit at her parental August Garman home before going to Dubuque where on Feb. 2 she will enter Mt Carmers convent. Ruth has been employed in the loan department of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance company for more than five years. She graduated from the local parochial school 1 and from the high school in 1931. She completed a course In a business college at Mason City in 1937. AIRCRAFT FACTORY WORKERS VISIT WESLEY RESIDENTS Mae Studer, who is employed at the Beech Aircraft Company at Wichita, Kansas, spent from Saturday morning till Tuesday morning at her parental Alf Studer home. Mrs. Herbert Goepel, the former Florence Burke, acompanied MHO to Mason City and from there went on to her parental Thomas Burke home at Waucoma. She is also employed at the Beech Aircraft plant and was married January 14 at Wichita. • She returned to her •work Wednesday. LOCAL AGENT CELEBRATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY HERE B Hopkins, 73, observed his 50th anniversary as Milwaukee railroad agent on Monday, January 25th. He was born in Charles City but came to Wesley with his parents \n 18GO and served for 50 years here except when serving as an apprentice at several other places. He was the first agent at Cylinder and that was as an apprentice. EARL HALL, MASON CITY, TO ADDRESS ELEVATOR J W. Earl Hall of Mason City wil be the speaker at the 35th annua stockholders meeting of the Wesley Co-Operative Elevator company on (Monday, iFeb. 1st in the Kleinpeter hall. Mr. Hall is the manag ing editor of the Mason City Globe- Gazette and his talk will be on South American agriculture. FORMER WESLEY RESIDENT, PASSES AT ROCK RAPIDS James Hill, a former Wesley resident, died at his home in Rock Rapids Sunday Jan. 17th and was buried at Sanborn. : Mr. Hill op- crated a.harness shop herejwith his brother,' Jess Hill, more than 13 years ago. His first wife, Elizabeth Ward, a sister of George, Will and Clarence Ward, died about 26 years ago. Mr. Hill's mother and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. Will Towers, lived northeast of Wesley. The" deceased is survived by his third wife. parental J.. L. Studer Miss Hilda Gtoetz spent from. Friday until Tuesday visiting friends at Milwaukee, Mrs.. Albert Neuroth stayed .with- Grandma Goetz. (Sunday, guesta at the George Werling home were Leroy Beebe of Renwlck, Mr., and Mrs. Eugene Cox of Humboldt and Dorothy Presler of Eagle Grove. Miss Ruth Mary Bauer entertained iher Embroidery club Thursday evening.. Miss Lillian Johnson will be hostess to the club Thursday evening, Feb. 4th.. Ruth Rlchter, student nurse of Des Moines, and Edward Richter, student at Iowa State College at Ames spent the week end at their parental John Rlchter home. (Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson will entertain, at an. evening party on Friday evening.. The party was post- pnoed from Sunday evening on. account of the snow blocked roads. Sharlene* young daughter of Mr. and. Mrs* Ed; Downs of Titonka, spent several days the forepart of the week at her maternal 1 grandparents, Mr., and Mrs. Alf Studer. Alf Qtuder suffered a severe back ailment the past week. He 'Was confined to his bed and tinder a doctor's care. Alfred Erd- 1 man visited him Sunday afternoon The Catholic Missionary society will meet Wednesday afternoon Feb. 3rd with Mrs. Henry Sherman and Mrs. Ben G. Studer as hostesses. The C, D. of A. will meet that evening. Vera ! Forberger, student nurse at the Mercy hospital in Mason Cif.y, spent Saturday and Sunday at her parental Tom Forburger home and With her sister, Mrs. Joe Krieps and family at Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. George Ward art- grandparents again. A seven- pound baby boy was born on Sunday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haag at their home in Algona. Mrs. Haag Is the former Dorothy Ward , — — Farmers Go-Operative elevator, and - , Wilt 'Frimml, Secretary, attended the 30th annual meeting of the Farmers Grain Dealers association at Fort Dodge Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Hildman accompanied the men to Fort Dodge. •Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchison entertained their evening bridge club Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. Page and Julius Kunz, Jr., won high prizes and H. J. Braley, won low score prize. Mr. and Mrs. Braley will be host and hostess to the club Sunday evening, Feb. 7th. Gertrude Otis, who has been employed In the office at the Veterans' hospital in Des Moines, came home Saturday for a visit .with her mother, Mrs. Mary Otis, who suffered a broken left arm several weeks ago. Gertrude has enlisted in the Waves and is awaiting a call. The inant daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Young of Garner on New Year's day was baptized at the Catholic church in Garner Sunday and named Janice Ann. Mr. .and Mrs. Harvey Engsler^ of Garner were sponsors. Janice Ann is a granddaughter of (Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer of Wesley. The Youngs have one other child, Judith. The Infant daughter born to Mr Norbert Hilbert was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev. L. N. Klein and namec David John. Mrs. 'Joe Studer and Edward Eisenbacker were sponsors. The Hilberts have three other children, Joan, Kay and Judith, Mother and children are at FENTON.NEWS Mr. and Mrs. John Tiemen. worei dinner and supper guests Sunday at the parental Rex Wolfe home. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Amling, Kath- erlrre Louise and Russell ot Ma* son City visited Sunday at the Dr. A. J. Mueller home. The Evening .bridge club- met Thursday at the Dr. J. A. Mueller home. Three tables were in. play, with E. C. Weisbrod having high score for the men and Mrs,. V.. J. Tatum high for the ladies. Mrs. Robert Kyhl was hostess, to the 600 club on Friday night. Two tables were in play, with: Mrs.. John Gramenz winning high, score heritors, Mrs. Art Mueller second high and Mrs. Wllbert Holldorf the draw prize. , < First Lieutenant. and Mrs.. Kern Elerick and Brian of Cheyenne, Wyoming, arrived here Monday for a visit at the parental L, J,. Weisbrod home and the A. H. Meyers. Mr. Weisbrod met them, at Fort Dodge. Lieutenant .Elerick. is. stationed at Fort Francis E. Warren and was granted a ten-day furlough. The 50-50 Sunday ScWool. class of the Methodist church'enjoyed, a. get- together Friday nightJn.the church parlors. Twenty-eight, were pres ent Officers were elected arid are: president, Wilred Stoeber; vice jresldent, Dale Weisbrod and sec- retary-treafeurer,/ Mrs WJlffed Stoeber. Games wefe played af- ter whleft MUh Mr. •4ft*ilHtfr SBrtby M*. aftdfttod'WUfre lift «ttm tfgtf BOONE SEEP PITS We have a supply of BOONE ;0ats iforvsate at 75c per These are cleaned and ready^^seedin^. sure yourself of your seed requirements;% ordering early, Help Uncle Sam and lyourself/by raising better oats. UISIX.'S MILL and ELEVAXOB. ALGONA, IOWM and they Monte. have one other child, the 'parental Ignatius Elsenbacher home. iAn evening 50. card party was held at the Ed Hildman home on Sunday evening. Co-hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. George Ward but because of the drifted roads were unable to get in. Others who were unable to get through were the Tom Forburgers, George Vitzthums, and Henry Eischeids. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Haverly won high csore family prize, Mrs. Alf Studer, travel prize and the Jack Studers low score prize. WITH THE BOYS IN THE SERVICE OF UNCLE SAM Volunteer! Pretty soft — this Shetland lovely with unusual yoke, deft darts, stand-up pockets —and an 8-gored skirt- makes war work a snap I $22.75 KRESENSKY'S The American Legion Auxiliary meet Monday evening, Feb. will 1st. •Lois Hildman of Mason City spent the week end at her parental A. J Hildman home. [Mrs. George Ward will entertain her bridge club Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 2nd. Vincent Kleinpeter, employed at Minneapolis, spent the week end here with his family. (Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young were Sunday guests at the home of their son, Albert Young, In Titonka. Miss Miriam Nelson, teacher at the .public school, spent the week end at her parental home at Crystal Lake. • Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kelch, and WEST BEND SAILOR PHONES PARENTS FROM FLORIDA West Bend: Dale Allen, who is in the U. S. Navy, called his par-, ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Allen, from Pensacola, Fla., New Year's day. Mr. Allen has been quite ill the past month. Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gearhart, who took his examination six months ago for the army air corps, received not'ce to report at Des Moines Sunday. From there he expects to be sent to San Antonio, Texas. He left on Sunday evening. LEDYARD SOLDIER PHONES PARENTS FROM KANSAS CAMP Ledyard: Mrs. Raymond Worden has returned home from Sioux Falls, South Dakota, where she spent several days visiting her husband, Raymond Worden, who is stationed there in the U. S. army. Word received by relatives from Pvt. Jack Welch states that he has been transferred from Camp Dodgo, Des Moines, to a camp located in Louisiana. Duane Thompson called his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson on Christmas morning from Coffeyville, Kansas. Duane said he was remembered by many friends and relatives with cards and gifts for Chr.'stmas but the voices of relatives at Christmas morning was best of all. SENCEA MARINE AND SOLDIER VISIT WITH HCEttE FOLKS Seneca: Daryl Hanson was guest of honor at a farewell party at the home of h!a parents, the Pete Hansons, Saturday evening. About 15 young people were in attendance CHECK SuperYalu 5 prices YOU it FIND HUNDfttDS Of WAYS T< iSAVE! SUN RICH, QUICK OR REG. Rolled Oats RICH IN VITAMIN B1 LARGE 48 OZ. PKG. Dwc FIOUR MARY STEVENS Cake Flour IT'S ECONOMICAl Prices In this Ad •Except onnPer!ihnbl«l are Guaranteed.! Thru , FEBRUARY Xth. We Reserve Rlfctit to Limit Quantities BIG 5 IB. PKG. 25< The everting was cards and games spent pltaylng Refreshments A .tremendous stock of sweaters to choose from: Slip overs or button style In long or short sleeves, plain and fancy knit, in red, white, green, gold, brown, black, blue, and tan. Sizes 32 to 40, 100% pure wool sweaters are still to be had here. I 2.98 t o 4.95 All Styles! Don't buy Phew? t* 106 * for those growing feet. "Buy these butter torajiffr and\ actually save money. "Star Brand 1 •(Poll Parrott", "Great £ all sizes, white, brown, beige. Prices. UcLLUa OHM ^t*»«»^*w« — -were enjoyed late in the evening Daryl who enl!-sted in the marines some time ago, is waiting to be called, ^n the near future. Gordon Bollig arrived home cm Wednesday from Norfolk, Virginia, on an extended leave. He was transferred from the regular navy to the naval air corps' about three weeks ago, and was assigned to Patrol Bomber, Squadron 205. Gordon is a qualified mechanic, gunner and,flight engineer He left from Mason Ctty for Norfolk, on Saturday morning. Pvt Jay Thompson, who is in a camp at Durham, South Caro- ina arrived at the home of his •f3.-plow don'! whisper tfaw ,<»„'«» HJBMJTISI We«f Suzecte Spirit 5Mp»! A teli^rf »loijg (fee poB-wel scalloped n«n« «hort«os tne« ilip* Anderson is visiting with her mother in California. SWBA CITY: Rrivate RusseU Byers is the first Swea City soldier to receive an honorable discharge: He returned last week from Camp White, Oregon, whero he says 300 men were released. SWEA CITY: Capt. Thorwald (Kansas) Johnson was married on January 7th to Miss Patricia Jones at Kansas City. Kansas, a paratrooper, was recently home on furlough from overseas. LAKOTA: Mrs. Emory Smith received word last week that her husband, F. C. 3rd Class Emory Smith, had been transferred to San Diego, California, where he will attend an advanced school. He has just, completed a course at Great Lakes. LEDYARD: Private Gus Simonsr meier is spending a week's furlough at home with his parents, Mr. and Mrsi Herman iSimonseimer. He will report for overseas duty upon his return to his camp. He is a ground mechanic. ^ LEDYARD: Willard, son of Rev. and Mrs. E. Nuss, is stationed at Camp Waldron, Targaret, Idaho. (LUVERNE: Berdine Nygaard, stationed at Camp Claiborne, La., is home on a ten days' furlough. [LJUIVERNE: Corporal Roland Lenz, stationed nt a cump in California, has been home on a furlough. TITONKA: Corporal Newton Taylor, E. A. I. C., of Weingarten Missouri, spent several days visit- ng at the Wm. Batt and Al Young homes. Mrs. Batt and Mrs. Young are sisters of Corporal Taylor. BURT: A letter from Mrs. Marvin Scott, nee Alice Eighme, to Burt fr-ends stated that her hus- mnd has been in the army since August and was stationed in Texas She has a civil service job In Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs. Scott was ligh school principal here for a number of years before her mar- r'age. WESLEY—'Mae Studer, employed in an airplane-factory to Wichita Kansas, is expected home this week end .for a visit at the parental Alf Studer home. iWESLEY—Julia Studer, who suffered a back injury when she fell on icy steps last month, is able to resume work to the airplane factory at Wichita, Kansas. Florence Burke, : a former public school teacher here, also works there. WESLEY :i Barnard Erdman and his friend, Miss Madelyn O'Connor of Iowa City, spent the wesk end here at the Alfred Erdman home. They both teach in Alvord, Iowa. Bernard left for Rock Rapids Tuesday for induction tato the army. He is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman. i; Mrs. Quentln Hansen SALAD STYLE' * 4t J. MUSTARD 10< 32 OZ. JAR • ^F FOOD STORES MARY STEVENS, FRESH ' CRISP, DULL rf 4* A PICKLES 1 R( 32 OZ. JAR •^k» POST TOASTIES 11 OZ. PACKAGE" Salad Dressing HOLSUM'S NUTRITIOUS Peanut Crunch Grape Nuts Flakes « Bf CREAM STYLE WHITE CORN CANS AAARY'LYNN VITAMIZED SOUP MIX 2'/x, OZ. GtiASS FINE SHRED SAUERKRAUT 32 OZ. GLASS JAR REGULAR OR IODIZED MORTON'S SALT 2 POST'S Bran Flakes 2 ",? 27c QRAPENUTS Wheat Meal 'IT I3c READY-TO-EAT ' ' Gheerioats TO,P, O I2c MARV STEVENS' Corn Starch ,».*.. 7e FRENCH'S SALAD Mustard .«,» 9c COLOSSAL Ripe Olives P( n.3lc. 18K PURE 4_ Grape Jam ie«. lie Qtrber'i Chopped or Strained BabyFood4 4 t,°.'2fic: KITCHEN CHARM Wax Paper 2 1 " NORTHERN Tissue 5 „... 25c SNO WHITE Gloss Starch nb. Pko . 5c AROO Gloss Starch iib.p k g.9c- KIBBLE8 . Ken-L Ration 2 J, b . 25c isK DELICIOUBR NUTTY Peanuf Butter WHOLESOMB ECONOMICAL PeanutUrtter CONTINENT*!. Soup Mix 3 Apple Juice 8UN RIOt^BBEPARED Pancake Flour MAGIC BAKE ENRICHED FLOUR 49 LB. SACK FLOUR HIOH TEST Lye 3 1 L°.'2la Lewis Lye S'LV 25* . the former Miss Ann Johnson, s'«th grade teacher here, receive word Kresensky's 111 1C*, •«** * »»*•»* *»- -brother, Kenneth, Monday ---- for an 8-day furlough. He left again Sunday evening. —V— LAKOTA SOLDIER HOME ON TWO WEEKS FURLOUGH Lakota: Kenneth Barger came home from Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., Thursday to spend a 14-day f yr- lough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger. LOTTS CREEK; Leonard Pompo left Thursday for Des Moines where VIA was inducted into the army, grauc t<=a«-*»»» «—-, ------He hw been employed In an air-' fat her husband is missing in ac, craft factory ire Los Angeles until \ tion. about a month since when he came. WEST BEND—Pfc. Robert Toh* ' "— ™-° mann arrived from Aberdeen Prov, ing Grounds, Maryland, Sunday, to spend a week with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Tohmann. WEST BEND—Corporal Oscar Zaugg, who has been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William SSaugg, left Monday for Omaha, From there he took a Plan? to Camp Kerns, Sajt Lake City, Utah WEST BEND—Louis Swartfager son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Swartfager, and Ern!« Marte, son o* Mrs. Jake Marte, went to For Dodge last week and enlisted in tha navy. Both boys will report soon, A" roller skating party was given In their honor at the Emmetsburg rink Wednesday evening. A number of nigh, school students and oU»T era attended. tLUUUl> ** U****"** flT»**"* I.™—" ->-- . for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Martha Pompe, while waiting for induction. WEST BEND: Pfc. Paul Nellls Is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and (Mrs. Russell Nellis. He is stationed at a camp »»» Oklahoma. WEST BEJNP: Private Robert Tbomann, (Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland, returned there Saturday.after afurtawhr W» and parents here, Thomann,- • •. . - . (WEST BEND:, Sergeant Mrs. C. E. Coleman of Des lu,,,,.-, came Friday and spent the week end with the latter 1 * parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomann. Sergeant Coleman is stationed at Camp Podge. WEST BEND: Private Hayne, son of Mrs. Edna Hayne, came Wednesday evening to spend a furlough with his mother. He has been w}th a medical 'corps In NW Orlsans but Is being transferred to the air corps at Camp Baco Ralton, Florida, , raHA £ST5T: Bapl- C- °- ,„,pf fhe amy dental corys^ar- Algona Cimry. Butter. Ib. 47Mc P&G Soap large ... 10 for 43c Crisco 31b. jar . . . . . . 69c Figs in syrup Ta !! 0 cL . . ._. V 10c mr~ Bound, Sirloin or T-Bone BEEF STEAK — — ____ . ___ Ib. 39c BEEF BOAST, best cuts ~lb. 27o Large Minced or — ~ -~~ Braunscfcweiger or Smoked IJVEB SAUSAGE _„_, ,lb, 290 FOY SLICED BACON ,—lb. 35c SLICED BAOOJT, broken $ Ibs 1,49 OLEOMARGARINE -2 Ibs, 49c Fresh and Frogen Fish and Oysters . FRUITScuul VEGETABLES Texas Seedless ORANGES £f __DOZ,39c TANGERINES 2 DOZEN 25c CARROTS ^2 BNCHS ISc ONIONS We Sincerely wish, to thank everyone who so kindly assisted V» during tb? Illness a»d death of our bejoved father and gran al«o for'rte beaujjfui flpral sn4 offerings to pbjircb to Ws me-

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