The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 11, 1943 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 11, 1943
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MRS. GRECOR DEIM IS NEW TEACHER IN LEDYARD SCHOOLS ILedyard: On last Monday evening Mrs. D. B. Mayer entertained the teachers and Mrs. L. W. Weimer In honor of Miss Jean Everhart who res.'gned to accept a position in Eldora. Mrs. Gregor Delrn of Swea City has ibeen elected to fill the vacancy. R. K. Canary is spending several weeks visiting in Ch.'cago. lEdward Burrows has purchased the dray line -from Charles Hilferty. Mr; and Mrs. Howard Jensen were business caljlers (Friday at Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitz and Mr. and Mrs Otto Lang spent several days at St. Paul this week. Mrs. Ernest Jorgensorr of Elmore was visiting her a'ster, Mrs Alelt Troff on Wednesday afternoon. (Mrs. Max Nitz and Mrs. Lou Nltz attended the Lutheran Ladies' Aid last Wednesday afternoon at Ln- kota. Avery Bonsted is staying with his sister, Mrs Clayton Roseboro and is attending the Ledyard school. Mrs. Clayton Roseboro and her •children attended the funeral of her uncle at Graettinger last week Monday. (Mrs. Clayton Roseboro and children attended the funeral of her •uncle at Graettinger last week on Monday. Mrs. Jack iLyntth and Mrs. Tom Lynch and Mrs. Charles Hilferty were" business cttleM Tu'esday at Algona. ' iThe next circle meeting Will be with Mrs D. A. Carpenter, Mrs. tt. M. Halverson and Mrs. E. A. Carpenter, 'Mrs. Arvid Brand and brother, DeWayne Knopf of South St. Paul vtlsted 'Saturday at the 'Albert Brand home. Mr. arrd Mrs. Leo Anderson and son, Donald and Charles Hirsch were business callers at Algona last week Thursday. iPaul Nitz has purchased the Arthur Zielske home. Art will move to the farm now occupied by McCoys near Lakota. (Mr. and Mrs. 'Clyde Hewitt and family and Mr. and Mrs Robert Beadle were week end guests at the Peter Troff home. Marquis Lloyd has purchased the house owned >by August Gabel. Mr. and Mrs. August Gabel will move into the Fred Darnell house. Miss Margie Gaibel spent vthe week end with her mother, Mrs. Martha Gabel. Margie is attending Waldorf college at Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Halverson went to Mason City last Tuesday where Mr. Halverson entered Mercy hospital for examination anc treatment Mrs. Halverson- fa stay- Ing at the Mrs. Ada Randall home (Mr. and Mrs. Ted Green anc children, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and son, Mrs. Elizabeth Anderson and Mr and Mrs. Albert Brand helped Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Green celebrate their 39th wedding anniversary Thursday evening. A lovely lunch was served. The Algona tfppa* Des Moinea «agMiiMai«Si*atiiMiiaM«<iiiia**^^ thst fatit ahd faith?, Ih6 Hfttfll LAKOTA NEWS art UK Alt And L*fend8; MM, Jew nm 1 onfe on Indian MuUlft the ACOMY duB ttHithUy ith iY JHettMiers pj-eseflt, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 12th and 13th Rice Krispies PACKAGE .... IIC CROWN SALAD DRESSING .ELEBR ATES 50TH ANNIVERSARY • ILuVerne: I. H. Benedict is the recipient of a letter of congratula* tions sent by the drescent Macaroni and Cracker Co., at Davenport upon the 80th anniversary of Mr. Benedict's being in the grocery business. Most of this time Mr. Bene' diet has ibeen in business Ire Lu- Verne. From 1899 to 1907 he was in Kanawha and he spent another year at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Benedict's daughter, Mrs. Emil Meyer, lives near MXiscat'.ne and the son, Ira, is manager of a National Tea store in Milwaukee. (The Jack Heinkels, Fort Dodge, visited Thursday and iFriday at the Francis Sanfords. >Edw. Klassl went to Shakopee, Minn.; last week to take treatments for rheumatism. (Mrs. R. L. Corbin attended county Red Cross executive meeting at Algona Saturday. Tflie Rev. Fonken of Dubuque will preach Sunday morning, Feb. 14 at the LuVerne Presbyterian churcn (Fred Schf.pulls of Garner visited LuVerne friends and relatives on Tuesday. The Fred Merkles spent Sunday at the Mrs. Emma Lehmans at Boxholm. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly will observe their 40th wedding anniversary Feb. 17th. (Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore of Renwick, spent Sun-day at LulVerne with the H. E. Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Lindebak visited her mother, Mrs. Josie Sanford at Ellsworth Sunday. iFrank Stewart left last week for Canton-, South Dakota to spend the rest of the winter with a niece. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty and Lottie and Jennie Mason were the guests at the J. A. Zwiefel homo at Corwith Sunday afternoon. The Arthur Ramuses and Milton Worbys were home from Des Moines for the week end. The men g ENRICHED Pannincr^iinnliAC = KITCHEN TESTED QOU) MEDfll m Now is the time to can Meat g or to recan No. 10 Fruits etc. g FRUIT JARS | ! 1 Ball Mason or Vac-U-Seal g Quarts D £ 69c | Pints Dc o r ,. Sic FLOUR 49 LB. BAG $2.19 i Make Butter Go Twice As Far 1 UNIVERSAL 1 CLOSURES Doz. or LIFEBUOY AE - 1 DEL MONTE GOLDEN *™ S CORN can"* 3 F or34C g QUICK MEAL NO. S CAN | Tomatoes 3i or 3lc 1 NANCY JO CUT—No. 2 CAN 1 Green Beans3 lor 35c m MAYFIELD—YELLOW OK WHITE g I CORN No. 2 Can3 ForZOC 3BARS 20C CARROTS FRUITS k VEGETABLES FRESH CRISP SOLID CARROTS GREEN TOP LARGE BUNCHES NEW CROP SOLID CABBAGE 5c LB. THIN SKINNED JUICY ORANGES LARGE SIZE Doz. SMALL TO MEDIUM CRISP SOLID FRESH LETTUCE LARGE HEAD.... 12'/ 2 c BEN DAVIS APPLES! Fine Red ,A11 Purpose j Quality U. S. No. 1 Texas Juicy Seedless Grapefruit JUMBO 13 |/ SIZE ........ For 6 Lbs 39c Bushel.. • $2.69 COCOANUTS, ei. 19c Shoulder Steak lb. 28c Neck Bones -, lb. (fa Ring Bologna lb. 22c Big Bologna __._ lb, 22c Flank Steak lb. 35c Fresh Fish of All Kinds CONSUMERS IPOD WHOLESALE Shop and Save The Wholesale Way both work at the Solar. Aircraft Co. there. < Mr, and Mrs. Herman Meyer have returned to their home In LuVerhe attlt having «|*ht the pail I'wtf moHths with her father whfi live* nea* Wobatfard. Itobert ISanf&d took* V*«• Wayrte Sahford to jLifioolr*', tfebr., recent* y, where Wayfte Is an instructor in mechanics in the air force. Mrs. Sanford wMl live at Lincoln. iPefdy Schlchtl who has .been at San Francisco the past month, returned to LuVerne Monday. He planned to stay there but found it so hard to get a place for his family that he came home. 'Dr. T. L. Williams and fiJmmett Knary took Jack Burtls and Victor Knary to Des Moines Sunday from which place Jack Burtls went back to the Great (Lakes naval training station and Victor to an army camp in Texas. John Mertz, Corp. Ernest Mertz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mertz, Nick Mertz of Algona and Mrs. Conrad Mertz went to Rochester on Wednesday to visit the!.r brother, Conrad who is in- a hospital there. He is reported doing nicely. Mrs. JD. C. Toohey who has been with a daughter and family at Arnolds Park for some time, reports that the granddaughter, Shirley Kruse, at that place is somewhat improved. The girl suffered an attack of Infantile paralysis. <Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hlntz ob served their 64th wedding annlvers ary quietly at their home Sun-day with close relatives coming in to see them during the afternoon and evening. These pioneer residents of LuVerne have one son, F. H, Hinz, Jr., and four daughters Mrs. Fred Schneider, Mrs. Haggie Zentner, Mrs. Chester Stoddard and Mrs. Lill. ! « Hesse. Corporal Ernest Mertz left Fri day for Newhali, Calif., after spending a furlough here. Tuesday evening, February 2, Mr. and Mrs John Mertz enterta!-ned at a supper in- his honor. Guests were Mr and Mrs. Ed Green of Algona, Mr and Mrs. Henry Mertz and Janet of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mertz and Marijean Of Algona, Mr. am Mrs. Carl Reed and Mary Kay of Whittemordi )Mrs. Conrad Mercz and Bernice. Merin, Joan 1 and Bet ly West Bend, 'Raphael ThMges o Bode and Nick Mertz of Algona MANY CHANGES IN UNION TOWNSHIP FARM POPULATION ON MARCH FIRST Union: The first of March is approaching which means a change in ownership and tenantship of farms. There are several moves in Union this year. Lou Robinson moves to the farm he bought from Soren Didricksen, Mr. and Mrs., Didricksen going to 40 acres they purchased near Sexton. Frank Hofius moves to his farm north of the Black Cat he purchased last year. The Dackens from the Harrison farm to the one vacated by the Hofius. (Ernest Godfredson- from Algona to the former HarrV ion farm he purchased. John Gisch moves to the Chas. Geilenfeldt farm, the Geilenfeldts to the DeGraw farm in northeast Um'on. The Louis Broesders, tenants on the McGraw farm to the Edna Harr farm south of Algona. Roy Kecfe comes to the farm left vacant by the John Gischs and Ray's old home. The Ernest Nauman family on the Hofiius farm move to the Ruth Estep farm vacated by John Long. Andy Nauman from Forest City comes to the Jens Sorenson farm, just north and east of the Black Cat, vacated by the Cleo Black family. The Blacks move to the farm just west of them and across h'ghway 18 to the farm Orvill east o tenanted by Mr. and Mrs. JLeonar< Hlocke. This farm was recentlj purchased by Barney Casler, Mrs Black's father. The Klockes move to a farm 5 miles «ast, of Burt. The Arthur Steuyes move to th farm tenanted by Ed Smith, Mr Sm'.th having to discontinue farm ing due to poor health. ~-—«" Gardner's go to a farm Burt in Portland township. Rober Loss moves to the McCorkle farm east of Algona and Stanley Keith Algona, has rented the farm vacat ed by Mr. LoSs. Friday n:ght will be church nigh and a social gathering will be helc at Good Hope that evening. iKathryn Bode and' Beraiadin Kepler of Fort Dodge spent th week end with Kathryn's parents Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode. Mrs. Floyd Bacon was recentl; surprised on her birthday annf.yer sary. She was wholly surprised this time due to the plotting a sis SENEGA NEWS Miss Donahue, .local teacher, spent the week end at her home at Estherville. ;Mr. and Mrs. Marten Wilberg, Jerry and Lois were Sunday afternoon callers at the Ole Johannsen home. Mrs. Raymond Peterson was the hostess to the Modern Mixer club at her home last Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Aired Godfredson had charge of the entertainment. Mrs. McKean was a club guest. . Mr. and Mrs. Jens Petersen attended a party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Paul Saxton of Fenton- on their silver wedding anniversary Friday night. The party was a surprise planned by their neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burt and children attended a family get-together and dinner at the home of the later's parents, the Henry Fliers at Armstrong last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Flier were observing their 40th wedding anniversary. (Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Petersen- and son of Fort Dodge spent Saturday night with the Raymond Petersons. On Sunday they were dinner guests at the Mrs.- Emma Peterson home. Other .guests incuded Mrs. Hans Wiuff, Armstrong^ and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Yilson and son of Fairmont Sunday afternoon callers at the Sam Oleson home included Rev. Gaard, Cylinder, also Mr. and Mrs. Ole Solberg, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Fenton. Rev. Gaard also called on 'Mae Nielsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marinus Nielsen who has been ill the past week. Mrs. J. H. Jensen was hostess to a follow-up home project lesson last week Friday afternoon. The lesson ore Textiles wag given by Mrs. Earl Crouch and Mrs. C. C. Voight. Homemakers present included Mesdames Dettman Nielsen, Marten Wilberg, Herman Strucker, Fred Brown, A B Neteen and Millen Jensen. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. OCesdames Fred Brown, Earl Crouch and Henry Loolt attended the last home project training school held at the Wilbert Holldorf home at Fenton last Wednesday. The lesson given by Miss Alma Schultz, county home economist, as on )Gardentaig, the -increased production of poultry and rationing of processed and other foods. Mrs. Fred Brown and Mrs. Earl Crouch will give the lesson to rural home makers in the near future. ter, Mrs. Wildin Cresco township. and friends o .... They came jus one day late. The eventag wa spent at cards with a dandy lunch brought by the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Quen-tin Bjustrom entertained at a family dinner-or Sunday in honor of their daughtei Janice's 7th 'bf-rthday anniversary Those present were her grandmotn er, Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, Mr. an Mrs. Otto Harlan and two son; Mr. and Mrs. Edumnd Larson an daughter of Burt, A. C. and Elle. Bjustrom of Algona, grandparents In the evening the Arie Dittnier joined the group. ft. L. halting relatives at Lime Sprihgs T&be Loats" tffflbu<|ue, w&1 Visit? tig friends here over the week efld. [Little Larry Winter has been suk erittg with tonsllltls but is report* id improving. The ttafry Warburtona were Sup* >er guests at the Durwood Mlttags Sunday evening. Mrs. Harry <VVarmburton enter* alned a group of ladles Thursday svenlng at her home. flflie ft-6-7-8 grades of the public school enjoyed a skating party at he Strobel rink Friday. ' The 'Edward Knoners, Ledyard, wore Sunday visitors with Mrs. Cnoner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Barger. Mrs. Ray Seeker fell on the Ice one day last week while carrying a pall of water and sprained one of her ankles. Mesdames Jjarry Stafford and Russell Winter called on Rozella Boeckelman at the Buffalo Center lospital Sunday. The Andrew Jansens spent Sunday at Mason C||y visiting Mrs Jansen's niece, Mrs. Qlenwood Buchanan and her new baby. Mrs. Sarah (Grandma) Patterson was sick for several days last weel' but Is feeling better at present Mrs. O. J. Rlppentrop also has been on the sick list. •Rust Charles, a magician from Sleepy Eye, Mlnrr., put on a program at the school gymnasium on Friday afternoon for the pupils and all report a splendid entertain ment. Rozella Boeckelhian was taken to the hospital in Buffalo Center for an operation for appendlctis. The young lady Is a sister of Mrs. Russell Winter and lives with her parents southeast of town. Dale Patterson, son of Mr. am Mrs. Dave Patterson north of town was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital for emergency operation or appendicitte Thursday evening Dale is a senior in high school and is reported recovering. Mrs. C. G. Frye, northeast o town, has 'not been well for sev eral weeks and last week suffere< another stroke. Sunday Dr. and Mrs. Pelz took her and her hus band to Rochester, Minn., where she will go through the clinic. (Mrs. Jerry Heetland gave two follow up home project lessons las week one on Clothing and one on Buying in War-time. Eight wo men were present. { Mrs. Alber McCarthy gave a lesson last week on'- First Aid at the Russell Win ters with eight women attending Mrs. Arthur Sorensen of Calif came a week ago for a visit with relatives. Last week Mrs. Soren son and two sisters, Mrs. Harvej Reed and baby and Mrs. Fred Schroeder and the women's parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles 'Lewis drove to Blue Earth, Minn., to visit an R. S. Blossom Ins. Agency , la. General Insurance ">Ve loan money to pay taxes, coal bills, and other obligations. Office 1st door North . Iowa State Bank Phone 125 Mrs. S. A. Anderson is program leader and music will be furnished by Mrs. Roy Kluger. STAMP 17 Solves Your Shoe Problem There Is nothing complicated about the new SHOE RATIONING PROGRAM. Here it Is—stated sfmply and briefly: 1. Stamp 17 in Your War Ration Book No. 1 is good for one pair of shoes between now and June 15th. If you buy by mail please enclose the stamp with your order, 2. Samp 17— is transferable among members of a family liv.'«g in a same household and related by marriage, blood or adoption. 3. If you do not have a War Ration Book No. 1 you may apply for it at your local War Price and Rationing Boards. 4. If you need shoes and have no Stamp 17 in your immediate family apply at your local War Price and Ration Board for a shoe purchase certificate. 5. 1\he following footwear is NOT rationed and can be secured WITHOUT Stamp 17: 9 Soft and hard-soled nouse slippers. • Infants' soft-soled shoes. • Ordinary waterproof rubber footwear—including arc- tics, gaiters, work and dress rubbers. 6- We must also turn in one stamp 17 for every pair of new shoes we purchase-4o replace the shoes we sell to you. So let's all cooperate. S * L CO CITY DOG LICENSE jf All dog* within the boundary of Algona mu*t be licensed and wear the city license tag from the collar by April 1. After that date unlicensed dogs will be rounded up and disposed of» Anyone "dumping" stray dogs in the City of Algona is subject to a fine of $50. Chief of Police as rationing _ _ CAR PUT*TO BED* IN DEAD STORAGE REQUIRES AN EXPERT JOB Of PREPARATION FOR STORAGE. ELSE IT DETERIORATES FASTER. THAN IF DRIVEN CAREFULLY AND SERVICED PROPERLY. PREPARATION FOR STORAGE COSTS ABOUT $3O. IEN A CAR IS NORMAll/ON THE GO IT EASILY THROWS OFF MOST OF THE WATER THAT HITS LUBRICATON POINTS. WITH MINIMUM DRIVING,WATER STAYS' THERE LONGER,CAUSES RUST. A GREA5S JOB AT LEAST EVERY TWO MONTHS & A WISE PLAN. Give your car the extra care It needs ... and to make It run well, last long, team up with these 2 great standby* STANDARD RED CROWN* cholto of mldwtit motor/ lift by a margin of 2 to 1 • over any other brand. (STANDARD: ! SERVICE STANDARD'S .-.••• ii«'™ t-4v -JC , , ... high In protective powwt, l«w in corbon> formation, famous for giving long onglno lift. STANDARD OIL COMPANY (INDIANA) MOVED ?; '*» McCoimick - Deetin^ Store Now Located in the Walter Klamp Garage Building at the Corner of State and Jones - on Highway 169 MB. FARMER: V Oheck over your farm machinery, determine what repair parts you will need and buy thiem while our stocks are complete, Or, if you prefer to h|ave our mechanics do your work, bring your machines in now, or make arrangements to have them repaired'in th!e near future- Every piece , of machinery will b& of u,tmost importance this year, to facilitate the increased production of food stuffs, so see that you take care of what you have, , Our new store is conveniently located, an4 you can drive in easily and. leave your machines, We Handle a Complete Line of International Harvester Parts McCoimick - Deering ^ m *, *^ ^l|^ ^P ^fr ^^ -^^^ S.

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