The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 28, 1943 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 28, 1943
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HAROLD TAFT NEW PHONE OPERATOR IN TTTONKA OFFICE TItonka: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taft and son of '8wea City moved in Sunday and will be the new telephone operator to replace Dayle Craven who resigned a couple of months ago and went to Portland, Oregon, where he Is employed !n shipyards. Mrs Craven received word Monday morning that he was helping rebuild the ship that split in two. Mrs. Craven is still assisting at the switchboard until Jan. 31. Jerry Neeland of Hurt was a caller at the Ray Welp home on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Krominga spent several days at the Erwin Eden home near Woden. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Young of Wesley were dinner guests at the Al Young home Sunday. Mrs. O. J. Peferson and children, "Wilbur and Roy were visitors at the Erwin Eden home Friday eve- aning. (Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Intermill and .Janice were Sunday visitors at the parental Henry Recker home near Buffalo Center. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kcil anil Bruce and Brent returned Tuesday after spending several days with Mrs. Kelt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kaphengst at Elmore. Saturday callers at the Marshall Friest home to meet the new son were Mrs. O. J. Peterson, Ernest Peterson of Crystal Lake, Mrs. C. B. Egesdal and Darlene Higgins. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Carr and family moved into the Ben Pannkuk home Thursday. Mr. Carr is the Standard tank man beins; transferred from Bancroft to Titoirka. Henry Kortc, Jr., arrived in Titonka Friday evening from Ankeny, where he is employed. He returned Sunday and his wife and daughter, Joan, accompanied him as he has rented an apartment there. A miscellaneous shower was given at the Lutheran church parlorj Saturday evening, Jan. 23, honoring Mrs. Lowell Bentley, the former Lcla Peterson-. Games and contests THE SHOTS THAT HELP U. S. Treaiury Depl. SHESOYGAN PRESS —Courtesy Sheboyan Press. were the entertainment for the evening. A song was sung by the Luther League girls. Lucille Peterson, sister of the bride, and Margery Peterson, a cousin, assisted Mrs Bentley in unwrapping the gifts. Decorations were in red, white and blue and a delicious lunch • was served by the Luther League girls to 50 guests. State Jobs Dr. C. G. Franks of Grimes has received re-appointment as state veterinarian, an office under the stat° secretary of agriculture. Secretary of State Wayne M. Ropes of Onawa has re-named James R. Leverett of Council Bluffs as superintendent of the real estate department of the office of secretary of state. State Comptroller Fred Porter of Des Moines is slated for re-appoMitment by Governor-elect B. B. Hickeirlooper. CHATTER BOX In recent months, as many of you know, Andrew M. Hansen has been working in our store. JFor many years he has sold to the farmers of this community LOWE'S IMPROVED HY BRLD SEED CORN and GRASS SEEDS. JLR ^Mr. Hansen will continue, as •in the past, to represent Lowe's Improved Hybrid Seed Corn and Grass Seeds. We will be glad to have you discuss your seed problems with him. JLP- In addition to the seed corn he has the following Lowe's grass seeds: Common and Grimm Alfalfa, Alsike clover, Red Clover, Sweet Clover, Blue Grass, Brome Grass, Timothy and Pasture Mix which includes blue grass, timothy, alsike, red and sweet clover. Leave your order with Mr. Hansen at our store. JLR We are adding new items regularly to our st'inlc. Come in often to see our now things. You are always welcome. JLR At this time of the year, you are no doubt giving consideration to some redecorating in your home. We want to call your attention- again to that new wonder paint, CHEM- TONE. JLR CHEM-TON.E can be applied with a brush or Chem- Tone Roller Coater. One gallon of Chem-Tone mixed with water makes IVi gallon of paint. Chem-Tone sells for 98c per quart or $2.98 pel- gallon. You will enjoy using it. JLR Another recent addition to our organization is Bob Ste- britz, who is an expert on model airplane construction. You fellows who are interested in model airplane building, come in and see him. He will be able to give you many good tips. J. L. Richardson Hdw. NEW OFFICERS FOR COMMUNITY CLUB ATLEDYARDMEET Ledyard: The Community club met at the town hall Thursday evening to make plans for the year of 1943 and to elect officers. Some 30 men attended not including only business men but other men of the community. The new officers elected include: president, Lars Skaar; vice president, Leo Reno' secretary, Win. Flynn and treas urer, W. E. Wiemer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Welch of Sw-3a City spent Tuesday evening visit ing Mary Ann Welch. (Mrs, Margaret Thompson of Min neapolls spent the week end will her mother, Mary Ann Welch. Olga Kramersmeier of Chicag- has been visiting with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kramersmeier. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Troff and son and Mary Lou Countryman were business callers at Fort Dodgr Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Kramersmcie and children were visiting Mrs Albert Kramersmeier Wednesda} at the Kossuth hospital, Algoha. (Friday night the Armstrong basketball boys and girls came here and the boys were defeated by a score of 25-22, the girls by the score of S5-.22. Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Johnson ar the parents of a daughter, Sandn Lee, born Wednesday, Jan. 20, a their home. Mrs. Johnson's moth | er, Mrs. Brack, is caring for them Alvin Busch and ihis son, Lero I and Raymond Johnson and Chris Gelhaus drove to the clinic at Roch ester Wednesday. Leroy and Ray mond Johnson went for examina tions and Christ Gelhaus for check-up. Cricles of the Woman's Societ of Christian Service of the Meth odist church met with Mrs. Ed Hal verson on Thursday afternoon an with Mrs. W. E. Wiemer on Fri day evening and also on Thursda I afternoon with Mrs. Harold Her zog. Friends and Aid member composed all the three groups. J business meeting was held wit Mrs. N. A. Pingel for the officer only. Coquette Little Patsy Murphy of Coin ha a good many friends among train men of the Burlington road whic runs past her home. Last Chrisl mas, for the second time, train stopped at the Murphy home to de liver present to the little gir who has been so friendly as t wave her hand to the men who pu the trains on the railroad. On engineer on the road also stopped his train to deliver a birthday present to Patsy several months ago. TWO RESIDENTS OF LUVERNE DIED LAST SATURDAY iLuVerne: Paul \Vegner, 80 years old, died at his home in south Lu- Verne Saturday morning after a short illness. He had not 'been in good health for some time ibut his final illness was short. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at the Methodist church with the Rev. Robert Phillips officiating. The deceased is survived by his wife, two sons, Ed and Ernest and two daughters, Mrs. Chas. Lamb of Racine, Wis., and Mrs. Milo Patterson and 24 grandchild- rcn Mrs. Anna Knary died Saturday evening at her home In LuVerne after suffering a paralytic stroke on January 17. She as 78 years old and is survived by one son, Emmett, her husband, one son, Edwin and one daughter, Rozella, having preceded her in death. Four grandchildren, Victor and Hector Knary, both in the armed forces, Mrs. Walter Krafft of Renwick and Mrs. Elmer Green of Ames, and one brother, Alfred Blatti of Lu- Verne, and a sister in Ohio, also survive. Mr. Blatti has 'been making his home with Mrs. Knary, but will go to the home of a daughter in tfantervllle, Minn,, to make his ome now. Funeral services were eld Wednesday afternoon at the uVernc (Methodist church. fflnffiffPB0qgIHMJHUBa«rai»MMVV» I Lott*<Jre«kN*w§ n * BE WAITERS FAMILY IOVES TO NEW HOME IN N. \'. Mr. and Mrs. John Higgins, Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walers and two sons were visitors at tie Harry Von Draska home on Saturday. Mr. Walters has been n the east the past month where ic is district manager for the Kinney Shoe stores in several states le returned here to take his fam- ly to Albany, New York, where hey will make their home. Mv, Higgins and Mrs. Walters are the ;randchildren of Mrs. Von Dras- SOUTH KOSSUTH B. B. GIRLS TO LOCAL TOURNAMENT LuVerne will be host to the south lalf of Kossuth county girls' basketball tournament this week on Thursday and Friday nights, with Wesley, TItonka, Whittemore anc LuVerne participating. The nex* week the girls' sectional tourna ment will be held in LuVerne with teams from Livermore, Bode Bradgate, Vernon Township, Ren wick, Rutland and LuVerne play ing. This tournament will begh on Wednesday evening, Februarj 3. LOCAL BANK ELECTS OFFICERS, SHOWS GROWTH •At a stockholders' meeting of the Farmers State Bank held last week the following directors and officers were elected: J. O. Marty, president; Lawrence Miller, vice president; J. A. Nelson, cashier; Dorothy Lindebak, assistant cashier; Dorothy Swanson, teller, and G S. Buchanan, Harold Sorensen, A. A. Schipull and Harry Huff, directors. The bank shows a very fine growth since its establishment April 30, 1940. December 31 of that year the deposits were $148,505.87, the next year they were $230,294.21 and on December 31, 1943, they were $375,996.22. The steady growth has been made possible by the management and the cooperation of the people of LuVerne and vicinity. Two men from Boone came Sunday to look over the looker plant, operated Here 'by the Whittemore- locker plant Mrs. Robert Oreyer, St., spent a few days the past week at,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer of Hurt to help with butcher- Ing. The yearly meeting of the voting members of the Immanuel Lutheran church was postponed until next Sunday because of the show storm and many roads were Still blocked. Schools were closed hiere last week Monday and Tuesday due to the heavy snow storm and most of the roads were blockaded. No school was held here on Monday because of the storm Sunday. A number of relatives and frleitds gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Sehallin Friday evening to help Mrs. Scha'llin celebrate her birthday. Those attending were' Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer anp Larry Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radlg and family, Mr. and Mrs Alex Radlg, Mr. and Mrs. H. F Mittag and M*. and Mrs. Bill Boettche'r. Ferdinand O. Mittag, third class petty officer gunner's mate, of the Great Lakes training station, came Friday on a few days leave spent at the home of his parents, Mv. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag. Ferdie ro- .urned to Chicago Tuesday evening and will be transferred to a naval school at San Diego, Calif., where he will attend school for six weeks i ne «. A. U Wet & weeltagO ftfi« day «venift» at the Luthefaft sch66l. L6UIS Maokbarth, hewly- elected pfesldent Was in charge of the meeting, After a brief bUsinosi meeting 600 was played, High prizes were won by Kenneth Hack* barth and AIM., Louis Hackbarth and 16W b^MrS. Bitter Pjftnfl and Vlct6r tfaulstlfih. Three ftew itteM- bers were taken In Misses Mildred Paulstlch, Lots Heftl and Jane M" len Ltftb. . PUBLIC SALE at my' farm located % mile north and % mile west of Fenton; 4 miles east and 5 miles south of Rtngsted on Thursday, Feb. 4 Sale starts at 12:30 Lunch wagon on grounds 125 Head of Livestock 41 Swiss Cattle 7 Head of Horses 70 Heads of Hogs 6 Head of Sheep Hay, Machinery Household Goods Terms—Clash or make arrangements with banker. Chas. Theesfield, Prop. Hansen & Preston, Aucts. 1st Trust & Savs. Bk., clerk 4* Whether you've an "A", "B" or "C'.fU- tion Book—it's important to squeeze extra mileage out v of every gallon of gasoline! Do it by keeping Spark Plugs and Air Filter clean ... and drive under 35! Drive in Today for Champlin Oils Greases and Gas Park's Super Service Phone 798 State and Mfoore Special Dress Sale The First for Spring F c rreen p c e h Frocks 3-88 Fresh new printed crepes in lovely Spring Styles. They're ti "Future *F Fashions" for only Sizes 12 to 20—38 to 44 A thrilling buy at our low sale price, only $3.88. Tliese new frocks were specially chosen for their fiius fabrics Mid lovely print patterns-arrow-head, polka dots and florals. Button front and shirt-waist styles. Every dress a value. On sale tomorrow. JanuaryCOATdearance Sport Coats Drastic reductions 1 made on all coats. Re-priced for a quick clearance $12.00 to $15.00 Dress Coats Our entire stock has been marked down, Jus,t a few left $15,00 to $24,00 "Department Stores iE. R. Bond left last week for Cheyenne, Wyoming, where he has employment. Edw. Dehrrert and C. B. Huff are working in Lincoln, Neb., on a defense project. Frances K£bcle ofi Goldfield, spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Irvln Chapman. Roy Guy, who has been employed at the John Deere plant at Moline the past year, spent the week end at home. Phyllis Surby and Gerald Johnson came from Sumner Saturday and visited at the Luther Johnsons and with other relatives. The Youth Fellowship meeting of the Methodist church was held Monday evening with Donna Dehnert hostess. Wanda Stoddard was .esson leader. Eric Egertson, Albert Lea, Minnesota, spent a few days at the home of his Ulster, MrBL J. A. Nelson, last week. He was enroute to California. A daughter was -born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reddell at the General hospital in Algona Saturday evening. The Reddells have another daughter and a son. Mrs. Ray Smith, Grand Mound, who has been visiting her mother, Mrs. Barbara. Lothringer, at Fort Dodg'e, spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. Chas. Wolf. Mr. Wolf is working in Fort Dodge at present. Phil, Arthur and Phyllis Lichty came home from Mason City Saturday night. Phil stayed as he is to report at Nashville, Tenn., on January 29. He enlisted ,in the Air Corps last July and has received his call. Mr. and Mrs. Max Meyer, Mrs. Orville Raus, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyers, Mrs. Herman Hinz, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Marty and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Thomas attended the Robert Masterson funeral at Corwith Friday. BANCROFT NEWS Mr. and Mrs. John Govern have named their new daughter Priscilla Eileen. Mr. and Mrs Harold Wilhelmi ar.e the parents of a son born on Tuesday morning. Sgt. George Merron arrived home Monday to spend a furlough at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Francis Merron. , The three year old daughter of Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Hutchinson died Monday evening at the hospital in Algona. Funeral services will be held Thursday. The banns of marriage were published in St. John's church on Sunday between Herbert Schiltz and Jean Menke. A shower was held in St. John's hall Tuesday evening in honor of Jean, FRESHER FOODS FRESH AND CRISP, WELL BLEACHED .CELERY LARGE STALK FRESH, SWEET ft JUICY D'Anjou Pears.2 tb , 27c FOR A SALAD THAT'S DIFFERENT CalavoPears..2 fer 19c Waih. State Extra Fancy Delleleas Apples ..... 2 ib, 25c CALIFORNIA SUNKIST—FULL OF JUICE Lemons J,t°. »., 29c BRUSSELS SPROUTS FRESH. CRISP AND GREEN fc "»• NEW CABBAGE TEXAS GROWN FIRM & GREEN Lbs. POTATOES U. S.Ne.l FLORIDA TRIUMPHS Oranges ^f^f C D °* CALIF. SUNKIST SEEDLESS NAVELS 200-220 SIZE Corn Starch OR ARGO GLOSS 2 Pure Lard IN CARTONS FISH FILLETS 29 e BONELESS TRIMMED RED FISH SLICED Black God READY FOR THE PAN 25 C Lb ' BONELESS TRIMMED Whiting Fillets Economically Priced C Lb - Lb. READY FOR THE PAN Haddock Fillets Lb . 33c SLICED— FALL Salmon FRESH RING Bologna 29c 23c SLICED Bacon Ends ... u>. 23c SLICED Pork Liver ... Lb . I9c ARMOUR'S Lb. 31 c PIKE FILLETS READY FOR THE PAN WALLEYES IVORY SOAP IT "" ~ FLOATS IVORY FLAKES FOR FINE — — FABRICS CRYSTAL WHITE LAUNDRY fH 6| 9R SOAP *V Ban NORTHERN TOILET TI55UI 650 fh f ,t FOB TUB BANDS L»VA SO»P , •«• ij^B g^| |^^| ^^^^rf g^| .^^test, tofc. gM JJ^M^ ^^g NATIONAL j. L :, :•'%; M A. ::, t

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