The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 4, 1943 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 4, 1943
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flhe Aigo»a tfpfte* fis§ Moifteii, Alptt§ tgwa> Feb. 4, PORTLAND YOUTH ACCIDENTALLY SHOT THRU ANKLE Portland: An accident happened ftt the Bmil Elmers Home Thursday evening when a rifle was twlng examined, tt was it surprise to all when the supposedly empty gun, fired a >bullet through the right ankle of lrv'.n twin soft. Luckily It was only a flesh wound, and after a doctbr's care, Irvln was taken home and Is getting around on crutches. He Is a- sophomore In the Burt high school. Mrs. Emil Elmers spent Friday afternoon at Fenton with her mother, Mrs. Meyers, Avho Is very critically 111. Another daughter of Mrs. 'Meyers to Lydla, who operates n variety store in Curt. A letter from Pvt. Frank Becker at Madison, Wlsi, radio school stated that he was a patient at a hospital there. Frank had suffered a throat infection but was Improv- ing arid expected to be released loon. Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg spent several days the past week with the Martin Beckers. The last letter from Thees stated that he 4s now a sergeant. When here on furlough he was A corporal. He Is In Fort Riley, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Ray MoWhorter entertained iftevV and Mrs. Paul Flgge and small daughter, of Burt a missionary recently returned from China and the Lloyd Schenck family and Evelyn Becker at a Sunday dinner, Jart. 31st. The missionary told many Interesting things of her 20 years work In China. Burt high school students, members of the operetta cast, held a dance at the school gymnasium on Friday evening. Attending from here were: Kenneth Patterson, Ed Smfth, Lois WeDer, Betty Olson, Rose Marie Rlngsdorf, Merrill Stbtt, Nedra and Patr'.cia Wolf, LaVonne Shlpler, Kenneth Schneider, Roger Scott, Donald Andreason, Mary Janice McWhorter and Evelyn Becker. Two for one. tJse the Upper Des Molnes want ads. 3-tf No Fooling OTiis is really a ahoe_sale. 1000 pairs of ladles' low shoes on sale at Neville's. Every pair manufactured by the International Shoe Co. Good shoes that will fit and- wear. Not a shoddy pair of shoes In thV bunch. All kinds, dress shoes sports shoes and novelty patterns. All sizes from 3 to 9, Widths—'AAA, AA, A, B, C and D. We can fit your foot if It is as narrow as a lead pencil or as wide as a wagon. The store I bought them .from was asking $3.00 to $5.00 a pair. We are dividing them ,'.nto four lots at 400, 98c, $1.35 and $1.88. \ We are almost giving the small sizes away. Right now they say shoes are hard to get. I got these mighty easy and am shooting them out as fast as we can wrap them up. At our prices it is cheaper than getting your old shoes mended. Jimmie Neville THE SHOE MAN WHnTEHORE GIRL WEDS DES MOINES NAN THURSDAY WMtteniofe: in a wedding which was performed Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the Catholic rectory by the Rev. William Veil, Mollle Bauman R. N. of Des Molnes daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Bauman, became the bride of F.'.rst Lieutenant James' W. Chambers, at Fort Rlley, Kansas, son of Mr. and-Mrs. James Chambers of Savnah, HI. (Following the ceremony a reception was given at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Stephen? Bauman. The brido was attired In a three piece brown suit In mMitary style with rose accessories. She wore a corsage of sweetpeas • and gardenias. The bridesmaid, Miss Lucy Bell R. N. of Des Molnes, a friend of the bride, wore a brown tailored suit. Her corsage was of gardenias. The groom was att'.red in his uniform. Peteru Bauman of Des Molnes, a brother of the bride, wore a brown suit. The mothers of the bride and groom wore sweetpea corsages. Following a short wedding trip to Chicago they will make their home In Manhattan., Kansas. The bride graduated from the Presentation academy and St. Mary's junior college at Cherokee, arid the Mercy hospital school of nursing In Des Molnes and received psychiatric training at St. Bernardo hospital in Council Bluffs. She •was a member of Ph!. Tau Omega sorority. The past year she was pedlatrlc supervisor at the Mercy hospital In Des Molnes. The bridegroom Is a graduate of Rush Medical school in Chicago, and x-ray school in Washington, D. C. He served interneship at the Mercy hospital In Des Molnes. He was a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity.. Has been In practice with Dr. Collins the past two years Mi Des Molnes and is now serving with the armed force doing x-ray work at Fort Riley, Kansas. He has been In service with the army since September 1, and was commissioned first lieutenant with the medical corps. Out of town gues*ts at the reception were Dr. Griffith of Dos Molnes, MHss ILucy Bell of Des Moines, Mary Lonely and Marie Fischer of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. James Chambers of Savanah, 111., Mrs. Jake Bauman of West Bend, Peter Bauman of Des (Moines, John Nachtman, Mr. and Mrs. John Origer, Mr, and -Mrs. Herman Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. John Bauman and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mathahs. West Bend Parents Have Five Sons Serving Country West Bend: Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Sohaffer received word from their son, Robert, and he said he had just returned to the states. He had been at sea for two months and was glad to get back!. They also received word from Bonnie, who left just before New Years. He is. in Camp Bowie, Texas. Ernest, who '-s in the Marines, is sblll In San JiVancisco* He says he gets to see lEleanor, his sister, quite often. She works in the 'Lockheed Aircraft factory at Burbank. Otto who has been promoted to staff sergeant, writes his parents that they should not be surprised to get a letter from another part of the country because he expected to bo moved. He is at Moody Field, Ga. Bill 's at Williamsburg, Va., in the naval reserve. Mr. and Mrs. Schaffer have five sons in service. Mrs. Mary Nessen went to Iowa Falls 'Friday to spend two weeks with her daughter. Delbert Anl'.kor passed his physical examination at Des Molnes and is to leave this week for service^ Mrs. Walton DeWitt went to Lu- Verne to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Baker. ' WHETHER YOU NEED 4 GALLONS OR 0 GALLONS • •. Be Sure to Stop for a Check-up at Your Phillips 66 Dealers Regularly! Probably you're not buying Phillips 66 Poly Gas and Phillips 66 Motor Oil as often as you used to, because of gasoline rationing. But that's no reason to forego the other services your Phillips Dealer offers to help make your car and your tires last longer and go farther. Stop in at least once a week at your Phillips-Dealer's whether you need gasoline or not. Have the service man check your tires and lubrication. Sometimes he can spot trouble before it starts, and help you avoid it. Take advantage of his experience to' keep your car running at its. best. Stop regularly at the Orange and Black 66 Shield. CARE FOR YOUR CAR . . . FOR YOUR COUNTRY • Hours of Service To Conform With Petroleum Order Wo. 5 Mon.-Tues,-Wed,-Thur.-Fri, _ . _7;30 a, m, to 6;30 p, m, Saturday . - , _ _ ---- ,,___,__ _9tQO a, m. to 9;00 p, m, Sunday ^ .„,.:.,-„ r ,-. T ;.,. ? .,.,9;pQ a, m, to 1;00 p. m, OROGB NO. 62 PnCHOKflB WB FROM GIVING CREDIT TO HOLDERS Qy 4, B ANQ <3 CARPS AFTER FEBRUARY 1, AUTHORIZED 6, P, A; TIRE INSPECTION STATION - - ' ' * . ^mmim*m™*mm*t*mm!imt*~tmiim*mm*ii*im*i9+*m - ' ' • • : '. ' 1 "- W ™ ....... I'l*™'!"™..,,™™^™,-^,™^--,, „,,_,, .,..,; -- ^..-^..-^™-^.-,,^™-.,-^,,,-, J Harms Super Seivice Station Stftte (uwj PWUlps Ste. Warms Walter Steven, Phone 74 •** Atytflfe jSgt. Paul Bleuer returned to Ft. Bragg, N. C., Tuesday after a vla-.t with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Bleuer. (Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gearhart received word from their son, Bob, that he was stationed at San Antonio, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Olson and son, Jerry and Mel Peterson attended the elevator meeting in Port Dodge the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs Lester Thorson and daughter, Janice of Rolfe, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoffert. !Pvt. Joe Sohmallen returned to Salina, Kansas, Wednesday after a visit with his parents, Mr. an-.l Mrs. Nick Schmallen. Corp. Charles Boevers of Camp Davis, North Carolina is visaing at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Boevers. Pvt. Richard RasmusBcn of Camp Crowder, Mo;, visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Rasmussen, the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and children of Fort Dodge spent the week end with Mr. MMler's parents, Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Miller. jMBsts Margaret Sheilhnyer iwho is tak'-ng nurse training at Rochester, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Ervin Shell- myer. Pvt. Henry Monarch, who has been on desert maneuvers near Los Angeles, Calif., spent several days the past week with relatives and friends. • Mr. ,and Mrs. -R. ^G.i Alison- dtrd daughter, Ruth, " vWited at the home of Mr. Wilson's sister, Mrs. Lloyd Luohsinger in Graettingor Tuesday. [Mr. and (Mrs. Will Zaugg returned Wednesday after a visit with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Franck at Battle Creek, Mich. Mrs. Ed Howland returned from Sioux City recently where she had bee nfor three weeks taking care of her-sister who recently underwent a serious operation. Sgt. Paul Nellis returned to Camp Gruber, Okla., Saturday after a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mr?. Russell Nellis. He has been '-n service about a year and this is his first furlough. iSupt. and Mrs. A. R. McMullen were called to Coggan Wednesday afternoon by the illness of the former's father. Mrs McMullen's parents came from Lanesboro to stay with the children during their ab- sencd| Miss Rickie Sander has accepted a civil service appointment w ! >th the U. S. army and is stationed at the quartermaster depot, Seattle, Washington. Miss Sander is bookkeeper In the Fiscal Office of the medical section. Ottosen Community News (Farrell Enockson of Laurens spent the week end wtth his mother, Mrs Regina Enockaon, Lois Jacobson returned home from Fort Dodge Thursday after speirdMig some time there. Mrs. Ernest Enockson visited at the W. G. Cooper and Merland Cody homes in Humboldt. Mr. and (Mrs. George Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Holl'a Cooper were Humboldt visitors Saturday. iGene Struthers and Alf Lee went to Humboldt Monday for examination in entering the service. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Struthers and sons pf Ames were weekend guests at the Watson Struthers home. Pvt. Harold Kropf left Saturday night from Fort Dodge for Langley Fled, Va., where he is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reese and son moved from Litchfield, Minn., to the home of Mrs. rfannah-Han- son here. Mrs. Merle Faulk left Friday night for San Bernardino, Calif., for a visit with her husband who Is in the army. \A birthday party was held at the home of Mrs. Caroline Telford in "her home Friday afternoon. Friends and relatives were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nielsen of Humboldt were Sunday visitors at the Bremsen home. Mr. Neilspn Jeft Monday (for the army air corps. (Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lee are the parents olf a son "born Thursday morning, weighing 8 pounds 10 ounces nt the Kossuth hospital at Algona He has been named Terry Dennis. iMr. and Mrs. Ernest Enockson and girls -attended a farewell dinner at the W. G. Cooper home at Humboldt Sunday in honor of Ke.'th Cooper .eaving for the army Tuesday. IMrs. Geo. Belken, Mrs. Roy Enockson, Mrs. Jesse Van- Busklrk, Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, Mrs. Chester Alme were entertained by Mrs;. Henry Lovig In her home Tuesday afternoon. The Lutheran Lad'-es Aid met at the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Merle Holt and Margaret Holt as hostesses. The afternoon was spent sewing for the Red Cross. An anniversary party was held at the John Coyle home Friday night. Progressive 600 was played. Pr'aes were given o Mrs. Eugene Hoflus, Mike Coyle, Max Clark, and Mrs. Mike Coyle. Everett Coyle who has been employed '.n an aircraft plant In California, returned home Saturday night to spend 'a time with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Mike Coyle, before entering the service. Mr. and Mrs. Max Clark entertained the 50o club at their home Tuesday night. Progressive 500 was played. -Prizes were given to Mrs. Eugene Hoflus, Mike Coyle, John Coyle and Mrs. Edna Zitr- nell. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooper and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Harry Case home at Sutherland. Mrs. Cooper and children had spent the week at the Charles Spurlock home and returned on Sunday. IThe Ottosen Progressive club met at the home of Mrs. Matt Clark Tuesday afternoon. Scripture was read by the hostess. Songs were sung. Mrs. Herman- Kramer gave a book review of "Random Harvest." Visitors were (Mrs. J. Crane, Mrs. Irvin Movick, Mrs. Eddie _Z'.nnell and Mrs. Mike Coyle. The annual creamery meeting I was held Saturday Si iHt houee, A Ittenh ttras MfWML noon. The program conslstSd, a song by Vivian WtttrWhlj diieC Mr. Maprovls aftd Mrs. Bigg*, f"" tog 'by Richard Kropjf a«d dui „ Rosemary and Charlotte Jti&HS*" son. The business meeting ftl«f» W*« in the afternoon. ' the Luther League entertained at a farewell party at the Lutherj an church Sunday evening 1 . Pan} Nasby sang a solo. Remarks and talk by Rev. J- O. Wangberg of Rolfe, Truth or Consequence* Mf Harold Oppedahl and .John aa- cobsort Jr., was presented • a Watef- man pen and pencM set by the league and a N«w Testament from Rev. Wairgberg. A lunch was flerv* ed. Junior left Monday for th« army. (Mr. ami Mrs. Roy Kinseth and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schuffer .of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Clarence Kinseth. of Humboldt, Mrs. Henry Bergum, Lois and Gene of Bode, Mir. and Mrs. Martin Kinseth of Bradgatc, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kinseth of Maple 'Lawn, Mrs. Don Hunt of New Jersey, Mr. and Mrs. James Barber of Belmond, and Marilyn Kin' seth and g'.rl friend from Algona were entertained at a farewell dinner in honor of Junior Kinseth at the Oliver Kinseth home Sunday. He leaves for the army Tuesday. SENECA NEWS PRESTONS ENTERTAINED AT POST-NUPTIAL SHOWERS Mrs;. Howard Preston, nee Oleson, was the guest of honor at a post -nuptial miscellaneous shower held at the 'Earl Preston home Saturday afternoon, Guests included Mesdames Martin Molinder and daughters, Joe Preston, Maynard Jensen, Carl Matheson, Floyd Treat and Shirley, Henry Irmiter, Mike Kennedy and Jean, Ed Kennedy, Frank Looft and Jean, Albert Johnson, J. W. Bollig and Donna Jean, Franc.'s Foley and Donna Jean, Ole Oftedahl, Charles Osborn and Marjorie, Howard Richards, Ralph Campbell, Albert Cody and daughters, Norman Thompson, Clarence Petersen, Irvin Classon, Curtis Olson and Harriett and LaVonne Bailey, the (Misses Donahue, Reimera arid Mqdden, The bride received many useful and lovely gifts. Lovely refreshments were served by (he hostesses, Mavis Preston, Donna Jean Bollig and were honored at a shower at the Harriett Oleson« Mr. and Mrs! Howard Preston Curtis Oleson borne Sunday afternoon. Quests included Mr. and Mrs. Bei-tel IBerkeland and family pf Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Kalmer Randa and family, Mr. and Mrs, Sigurd Oleson and family, both of Ring'" sted, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thompson and LaVonne, Mr. and Mrs Albert Cody and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oleson. (Mr. and Mrs. Lester Classon and family of Fairmont, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the Irvin Clasaon home, /DARK- /WHITE FRESHNESS-QUALITY VITAMINS-NIACIN-IRON RYE BREAD NATIONAL PLAIN ttf CRACKED WHEAT NATIONAL BREAD WHITE BREAD NATIONAL Double Loaf WHOLE WHEAT NATIONAL BREAD r 7 •'• "''•* '3*? HAZEL '"•* FRUITS & VEGETABLES Head Lettuce BRA* 40 16 C". » Boxes FRESH, CRISP AND SOLID 5-DOZ. SIZE FOR A SAI.AIl THAT'S DIFFERENT Calavo Pears .2 for 25c FRESH AND CRISP Celery {£ff 19c CRISP AND TENDER Green Onions. 2 ££? lie Wash. State Extra Fancy—DELICIOUS Apples 2 !.„,. 25c I C. S. NO. 1 FLORIDA TRIUMPHS New Potatoes.3 Lb> . 19c For NEW TEXAS Spinach CURLY LEAF 2 » 19c GRAPEFRUIT NECK RIBS ^s 3Sc 8 112-126 SIZE • Lb. 45c MEATY PORK FRESH PORK Tenderloins . SMOKED Polish Sausage lb . 27c NEW JERSEY—MEDIUM Oysters fM 57c OCEAN PIKE Whiting u. 18c SMOKED Gold Eyes .... Lb , 33c BOLOGNA LARGE PORK FEET FRESH Lb. IIAllTY 5 FANCY QUALITY Lb. HOUSEHOLD 5UNBRITE WINDOW OLEANEB SPRAYBRITE LIFEBUOY FRENCH STYLE SALAD MUSTARD .... " Ja °MOc PLAIN KNOX GELATIN V^. 19c SWEET GIRL BRAND COFFEE.,... %26o COME AGAIN BRAND PEANUT BUTTER .... % 47c IN CARTONS PURE LARD u, 18C ROASTED IN THE SHELL PEANUTS L, 256 IN THE SHELL WALNUTS Lb 33c PAI.MOI.IVI; HEALTH SOAP SOAP POWPER FOR FINE FABRICS NATIONAL —'•"• i] ^ X" J&^>', , "' * « \' rt--c 2r»» , j»~! .t>7&

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