The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 18, 1943 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 18, 1943
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Algon^ Itw^ f&b, 16, FHXOWSHIP MEET ATfiOOOHOPE : ! Nlttetfeen youttg pert •pie and their leaders were present SStinflajr ulrenlnar af the 'Stiittfl Fel* .lowshlp meeting, held ift <3<wd Hope , parsonage. Rev. At M. Schaper led the gfdup In a period of devotions and also directed the recrea- , ftloHal hour. B, Fttuvees Braftison •presented the lesson /study, '*Tho Churches' 'Place 1ft Society." V6t6 was taken to'serve .irtehts the first meeting night of ' »»ach month. Committee In charge of the Marcli Hfijt meeting will be Misses Shirley HarVey and Lety Sarchett. Burwood ttutledge and Curtis Gardner. MIBMBtSRS OF 1JBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES (Members of Union township 11- Ibrary Aboard.of trusteeS^inet lh the •"K, A. Harvey home last Thursday «venlngr for the regumr annual Reeling. The .board consttts of Jens Sorensen, Henry Tjadeft^and John aiid djsousaed plans and inapjJed out I the year's program •With the aid of Mr. Harvey, town;ship clerk and supervisor, W. E. McDonald of Algona. Any family ein Union township is entitled to .library privileges through the co- operaton of the public library In Algona. The board also considered care 6f the Union township cemetery of which -Homef Dodds was named overseer. GOOD «OPU CttUttCtt NIOMT HAS GOOD ATTENDANCE snow and a cold north west wind cut attendance at the first of a series of communl^ get- togethers held In the recreational hall of Good Hope church Friday night of last week. However, approximately !fc8 persons braved the storm to participate In a diversified program presented under the guld- areiSe of the Northwest parish group headed by Mrs. Maxine Dlttmer. Mrs. Dltbmer led the group in community singing and an Intelligence test Mrs. D. O. Gardner was pianist and Rev. Milton Sehaper entertained with two humorous read- Ings. Previous to the prbgram the group enjoyed a pot luck supper. Miss Florence Dodds was a guest entertained over the week end In he home of Mrs. Elmer Qunn at Emmetsburg'. Gloria Steuve Was released from neral hospital in Algona and ed to convalesce in the home of ijer 'parents. She\ recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Albright are rejoicjing .over the. • arrival of a laughter born February 3, at the Kossuth hospital. The wee Miss i as been christened Jo Ellen. Mothr"and Infant were released from he hospital Saturday. Certainly You Can Afford To Insulate Your Home .longer need you^feel that insulation is a luxury that only the wealthy can afford. Zon- olite— the fireproof, rot proof, all mineral in- sultaion— actually PAYS FOR ITSELF in . fuel sayings.- ^Insulate now with Zonoiite^ and enjoy, year 'rquzild comfort a'' house lasts. .-^ , Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Fool Mill Alma Schultz Explain* the Point Rationing System Predictions indicate that War Ration Book Two, scheduled for distribution this month, will be the most popular book of the year. This second war ration book is designed for point rationing of processed foods—canned, bottled, frozen and dehydrated fruits and vegetables, and later on for meat. Miss 'Alma O. SchuUjz, county hohie economist, points out' the home preserved fruits and vegetables will not be rationed and do not have, to be declared when ap- pulicatlon Is made for War Ration Book Two. Commercially canned fruits and vegetables must be reported, and sufficient stamps to cover the excess supply will be removed from the ration books. Canned meat and flsh, olives, pickles, relished, jelltee',1 1 jams, [preserves, spaghetti, macaroni and noodles will not be rationed at first. Every stamp in the book has a letter which indicates when the stamp may be used. For example, the government might allow the use of stamps lettered A, B and C dur-> ing the first period. The length of the first period has not been decided. Each stamp also has a number 8, 6, 2 or 1, which indicates the number of points it is worth. Each Mm. Glenn Orilly has been lit bed the past two weeks with ths flu, but is reported as gaining today. lieutenant R. J. Harrington spent the week end with his wife and son. He Is stationed In Des Moines. food on the rationed given a point value, maker has complete list will be The home- freedom of choice In spending the points shu Is allowed. But when the points are spent, she can purchase no more of the rationed foods. Supply and Demand fThe value assigned to a food will depend on supply and demand, with the more plentiful foods having low er point values. Each food will have the same point value all over the nation, regardless of its grade or the money price. The point ration books of all members of the family may be used to buy personal foods in the same way as sugar and coffee books. If extra persons eat regularly in the household, their books also may be used. Nutrition Refresher Course to Qualify Red Cross Teachers IKossuth county women with ome iconomlcs training may qualify to teach Red Cross nutrition classes by attending a district nutrition refresher course March 5 and 6. The 2-day course will be held at the Kermore Hotel in Emmetsburg, according to 'Miss Alma G. Schultz, county home economist. iRoom reservations may be made by writing Carl Gauck at the Ker- more Hotel before March 1. Advance registrations also should be made prior to that time by sending $1 to Mrs. Margaret Pratt, Palo Good Hope Church to Observe Laymen's Day Good Hope: Preparations are underway for observance of ''Laymen's, Day" at Good Hope church Sunday, February 21st. Dr. Sherman Meyer, and other laymen of Algona will give an address appropriate for the occasion. Dr. Meyer is a fluent and convincing speaker and a cordial welcome is extended to the public to be be present next Sunday morning. Special music will toe arranged for this service which will be universally observed by the Methodist churches. Alto county home economist, Emmetsburg. Speakers for the refresher course will be members of the Iowa State college home economics staff; 'Miss Evelyn Hollen, nutritionist with the state department of health, Des Moines, and Miss Velma Clarke, regional nutrition representative from the Office of Defense Health and Welfare Services Minneapolis, Minn. Miss P Mabel Nielson, state chairman of the Nutrition committee, and head of the Foods and Nutrition department of Iowa State college, will discuss emergency food planning and refcent nutrition developments. Miss Mary Lyle, of the Home Economics Education Department; Miss Margaret Reid, Iowa State College economist, and Mrs. Ruth Seaton Hicks, extension nutritionist at the college, will also appear on the program. Hospital News Former Swea City Man Seriously Burned Swea'City: 'D. A. fink of Thompson, was seriously burned while rescuing his wife from fire Wednesday night. Mrs. Link who is Using crutches, fell while escaping from the house, which burned to the ground. "TPhe Links are> well known here, having Jived many years in this vicinity. iMrs. Floyd Gardner opened her home to ,the members of the Good Hope Mothers-Daughters club on Thursday of last week. Hostesses in charge of arrangements and refreshments were Veronica Gardner and Julia Taylor. An interesting program was given. Kossuth Hospital (February 11-^John Buscher, Algona, surgical; Mrs, Pearl Jones, Bancroft, medical. (February 12—Carroll Bonnett, Algona, medical. (February 13—Mrs. Brick Willrett, Algona, boy. iFebruary 14—Phillip Arndorfer, Algona, surgical; Mrs. J. W. Scholtes, Algona, medical; Rosemary Fuhr, Fenton, surgical. i iFebruary 16—Ralph Jenson, Buffalo Center, surgical; Mrs. Clarence Macumber, Algona, surgical. • :. Ckmeral /Hospital ' February 15—(Bert Grinnell, Algona, surgical. Guest Speaker Looking a .bit more harried than usual, a. little bldervafld: with: the loss of weight, Halrbreath Harry, well-known knight of the road, visited Guthrfe Center recently seeking a lodging for the night He ing a lodging for the night. He forecast a hard winter and deplored the stresses of rationing. Harry is still reciting verses to exchange for the usual dime extracted from his many friends among editors of the state. |lllllll!li:illll!llllll!llllll!!ll!ll!l!illllllll!llllllllllllllllll!lllllllllllllll,';illlllllllll^ (REPAIR and I Prepare for I Bigger | Crops Mrs, Alvfn Spongberg Is In Rochester, Minn,, for examination and a check-up, Mf. and Mrs. rich Wlllrett are he parents of a son born Sunday at the Kossuth hospital. Thfs Is their first child. Chris Wallukalt took a gnoup of high school students to Swea City Wednesday evening to attend the basketball tournament. Frank Vera has purchased the John Slfert brick house north of the Milwaukee track. It will be used as a tenant house, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown and Miss Ama Schultz attended a farm bureau meeting at the Seneca school Tuesday evening. Mrs. Peterf Ehlers of Swea City s spending this week in Algona visiting in the Wm. C. Dau homn. Mrs. Dau i-s her daughter. Bernlce Mertz, West Bend, and Raphael Thilges of Bode were dinner guests at the Edward Green lome in Algona on Sunday. Geoifte David Wallukalt of Hnin- >oldt spent the week end in the Ohris Wallukait home as the guest of his cousin, Duane Wallukait. Harold Fitch oamc Thursday evening from Grand.Inland, Nebraska, a visit with his mother, Mrs. W Hansen, and other Algona 'riends and relatives. Mrs. J. A. Raney returned from Tort Dodge Tuesday evening. She s recovering nicely from a recent operation performed at the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. The tin drive conducted by the United x Service Woman's club along with other Salvage drives has been turned over to Phil Kohlhaas with all the members cooperating when possible.- Adcle and Benjamin Herbst are recovering from the chicken pox. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst. Adele is able to be back in school and Benjamin is much improved. Farls Miner left Wednesday evening for Coleman Field, Texas, where he is a civilian instructor with the army air force. He has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Edith Miner here for the past week. Algona high school pupils entertained-the visiting school groups at a dance following the afternoon session of the One Act Play festival Wednesday. The high school swing band furnished the music. Airs Tina MoCall returned recently from Seattle, Washington, where she spent several months with her nieces. She was called to Seattle, by the death of her sister, mother of the nieces whom she visited. Dr. and Mris. Karl Hoffman wil leave Saturday evening for Chi cago where they will spend a week Dr. Hoffman.will attend the mid west meeting of the Chicago Dental society. Anjnabelle Semon Returned Ias1 week from Pensacola, Florida where she and Louise Brockman of Davenport-had spent two,weeks with 1 Ensign Harry Schulze" and Norntan Weise. . Airs. A. It. Brown, Miss Alma Schultz, Mrs. Harold Hunt of Sexton,' 'Mrs. Jewell Patterson, and Mrs. Paul Wille drove to Burt on Monday to attend a farm bureau contact meeting. The two children of Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell have been ill with strep throats. The son, Allen, is sufficiently recovered to return to school and the daughter, Margaret, is feeling much better. C. U. Pollard and Frank Kolil- haas went to Des Moines on Saturday on a business mission. Thsy returned to Algona Tuesday evening: Mr. Pollard is city superintendent and Mr. Kohlhaas is mayor. Mrs. John Ulfers spent the week end at Nevada with her son, Dick, who is manager of a National Fond store meat department there. Dick takes his first examinations for army induction Monday and he plans to come to Algona for the week end. Corporal Ambrose -McBride Is spending a few days in Algona with his mother, Mrs. Agite* He 1« stationed at frttax field, Madison, Wisconsin. Corpora! Me BrWe is a mechanic WltW.the armj air force and halt been tif the nee vice about eight months. Mr. and Mrs. WflUam J. Wets artd family, Mrs. 'Breen and Miss Stella Mae Breen were dinner guests a- the home of, Mrs. Peter Tobin Sun day. Valentine's Day decorations were used. Mr. and Mrs. Weis and family will move soon to a farm near StacyvHle, Iowa. Donald J. Parsons, son of Mrs. Charlotte Paraons, began work February 12 as assistant economist in wage stabilization division ol the National War Labor Board in Chicago. Don will receive his Master's Degree from the State University of Iowa this spring. A conference of Lutheran pastors of the Algona circuit was held in Algona Trinity Lutheran church Monday afternoon*. The celebration of Holy Communion preceded the meeting. Rev. P. J. Braner, local pastor, delivered the confessional address. There were 14 pastors present. Bob Kohlhaas came home Tuesday •from Loras College, Dubuque, where there is an epidemic of measles. The hospitals were full and the doctors ordered those who were coming down with measles to go home until they were over the malady. Bob's father, P. J. Kohlhaas, met him in Fort Dodge. Mf. and Mrs. Albert Peter and daughter, Ladora, arriyed Saturday for a visit with Mrs. Peterf parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Morgan. The little daughter has the distinction of having two sets of grandparents, three great-grandparents and one great-great grandmother, Mrs. Mary Jane Clark of Algona. S. L. Mtefatttt who here a few weeks ftfw foi krtrtng his commissioning haA beei stationed at Williams Field Arl fcona, with the aviation ordnanc division. He writes that he like Arizona very much. His wife i remaining in Algona and Is em ployed as receptionist at the Gen era! hospital. Mrgv Clifford Haa*c and ran, Jjee of Fenton spent from Sunday untl Wednesday In Algona with Mr Basse's mother, Mrs. Carrie Haase. Clifford Haase is with the army In Ntorth Africa and his wife and (ion are with her parents for :he duration. Another son of Mrs Haase's, Gail, with the merchant narlne, Is expected home on fur- ough soon. Corp. and Mrs. Earl Cooper of San Francisco were guests of honor at a family dinner Sunday at the he Roy (Lee home. Present were and Mrs. Albert Walker and Kelvin, Lester, Marie and Berncle, *r. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper, Roy )sljorn and family of Fenton., Mrs. Harold Sorenson and three sons f Mnineapolls, Mr. and Mrs. Jim •hlpley and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carney. Mr. and Mrs. A. Aj Bishop receiv- d a card Tuesday saying that their on, 'Lieutenant James Bishop had rrived safely at his destination. ames is a lieutenant in the Marine Jorps and a naval aviator. For everal months he was stationed at San Diego, California. He has ot been heard from for several weeks until the card announcing his safe arrival at an unknown point was received. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee of Fort Dodge spent (Monday and Tuesday In Algona visiting their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee and Mrs. Slgsbee's mo- son, MCA sirfce before was senrtoxthe fefitlsh •' a year *#j AH* it he had reniafft&r O. '£ Smith and Mrs. if. JB." White turned the last of the week * Omaha. Second Lieutenant ' Is now home foltewifig com<p1eU«t,,«, of his office**' tralnlhf. &s *&T®i companled the grtiup to Omaha* ' Mrs. Bennet visited her ,hUsbttf!«f who la a civilian attached to thtf army signal corps, and Mrs. Srtlrfc was a guest of he? slstef. ifo»* Maurice Cullen, whose husband 14 n defense work near Omaha. Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Buthnmn >r. and Mrs. N. S. Price and "NTelson, will return this evening Thursday) from SioUx Glty. fteV* Juthman went there Wednesday to ttend a cabinet conference of the Northwest Iowa conference of th* MCethodist church and Mrs Butb- man and the Prices joined him on Thursday when Dr. Price and ReV.> "Juthman both attended a meeting f the hospital trustees. .Rev. Birthman is Methodist district super- ntendent and Dr. Price Is pastor f the local church. Gene Nevil,e oldest son of our wn Jimmle Neville, who has been i the shoe and wdmen's apparel usiness at Emmetsburg for the ast three or four years, is closing ut his stock and will engage la mited farming on the eastern outskirts of E&nmetaburg. (He has- rented an acreage and will farm andi raise live stock. It<is understood his business has been successful, hut Gene apparently pre* fers the farm and stock business. Well, Gene here's hoping for your success down on the fai-m. NEEDS MORE Fftt Your form Is essential to our successful prosecution ol ti»is w»rl Uncle Sam says so— and backs pp Ws eraluation with priority rating for repair of you? burns, silos, hen houses, 994 other lital ^structures, We're workipgr hand In hand with yon and the gpyemroenti to meet the nation's production^quote of Faod for Freeflow* We bine the lumber, roofing, flooring, fenctegh- an* eyery term boJldlng Heed, There »re a limited number of men to do your job— while you work In the Interests of Victory! YOFB ugB4 County » , to ?»aBUCE , , « to » f, F. S. Norton & Son £-, -,&• S&T J Thurs|-Fri.-Sat, Feb. 18-19-30 ofDANGiR! Fiery romance on an island . . ."where (he best are like (he worst"! Second Feature' Outlaw t^fcea sheriff a star! B» Thriffy, Buy Economically and Select Carefully, Shop at Super Valu Where You Can B« Sure of Quality and Make Your Food Dollar Go Farther. Super Valu Pricei Are Low on Every Item Every Day in the Week. • FOOD STORES YOU CAN ALWAYS SAVE AT SUPER VALU EVERY DAY LOW PRICES! 18K BEO. FRENCH CAROL BHAND ^ OERBER'8 STRAINS Dressing .«.,»„,. I4c Catsup 2 b1 . 4 .^29e Baby Food 3 for |9 c . _ Jf K PURE . . MARY STEVENS, PURR ,j. f I0c Grape Jam i,«. Jv iy c Vanilla CAROL SALAD Dressing 18K SALAD STYLE Mustard >OI . Jtr W AND N BRAND Peanut Butter W AND N BRAND Peanut Butter 32 ;/47c JUMBO 8c Ripe Olives P , n t29e ORCHARD GOLD Apple Juice . e .,17e QERBER'8 CHOPPED BabyFood4 4 ^26c 1 H «.' ENRICHED FLOUR lie Magic Bake Gold Nugget 4 !^ I Gold Medal Peaches " Peas No. Z A 90- *canV for «.wC Corn No. 2i% OQ M can W for 49C Apricots No. ZVz |ft_ tin I9C Keifer Pears 2 for29C 120Z. PKO. 32 OZ. JAR No. Z . tin GRAPE NUTS FELS Naptha Soap 10«« 49c SOFTASILK CA "" 0 "ioz re o 29c FRESH CRISP DILL PICKLES CRISCO LUX SOAP ALL VEGETABLE SHORTENING 3 IBS. BARS K.B Dog Meal Dog Meal K-9 KIBBLED Dog Food K-9 KIBBLED Dog Food Drano BE SURE TO CHECK EVERY ITEM Hilex 4 7 01. JQ pkgi. I oV 2 Ib. pkg. I9c I9c S III. pkg. 23C c.n I9C DISINFECTANT Sno White Rinso HEALTH 6OAP Life Buoy SWEETHEART Soap 10 8.1. - SEE WHAT YOU SAVE! ,.uon 49c Lewis Lye 3 13 01. cant ban Pkg. 25e AUNT SUE'S Dry Cleaner A A H Sal Soda NORTHERN Roll Towels '^MOc o AMBASSADOR 21c Toilet Tissue 6 ro,,, 59c 20c 2 2f> llh pkgi. 69c 15c 26c ' i !!•••• •'••••''•^•^•••MIlMllltfiNWJMlnrgWIfinOOBiBilllll^^ Algona Creamery Butter 49 Me GARDEN-FKSSH FOODS n SELECTED FKESH MEATS CARROTS fresh 2BNCHS15c ORANGES moridal DOZ.29c Texas _ 6RAPEFRUIT«S7FOR2Sc ONIONS 10LB.BAG39c LARGE ORANGES DOZ. 37c .!$, Longhorn Chee»e_ Cheese ..... -ZJ Swiff 8 . Summer Sausage „ Fancy Sliced Bacon Fancy Beef Roast „, Jk - Veal, Steak, Chop* Roa»t Ocean Perch Filtets . "' Fancy Tender StejOs • • ' « :L~ f & *£;i ... M-

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