The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 25, 1943 · Page 3
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The AJgoim Uppar Dos Moitwa, Algona, Iowa, 'Peb, 26,1943 GIRL SCOUTS NET ftSATUKOfA 5 PROGRAM SAT. EVE ILakota—The girl scout* put on a program at the town Kail Saturday ftlgnt with tt good allied crowd present. The brass sextette played several numbers at the beginning of the program; allegiance to the 'flag and the girl scout oath by the *£irl*} Bernadlne GeMema .put on a first aid demonstration, with Kay Murray as the patient; piano solo by Avis (Mitchell; the Blue 'Bird P&trdl sang a group of songs. A patriotic, pageant "All Out For Uncle Sammy" directed 'by Mrs. Carl Gerzenia, a scout mother, wa« put Ott by all the scout girls. Lunch Was Served after the program and,a free Will offering tak- 6ft to help the girls finish paying for their uniform^ which were worn for the first Mme at this meeting. Elsie ffinderland and Jeanne ChrtstapTierson are leader and assistant and the .following girls received first class pins: Kay Murray, Bernadlne Gerzema, Jeanette Anderson, Betty Johnson, Judith Schroeaer, Faustine and Fanchon Heetland, Betty Klenlt* and Doris Peterson. Second class T>lns were awarded to Deloris Kle- -nlte, Charlene Schroeder, Patricia Murray, Lois Leslie, Marilyn Johnson and Pauline Miller, offering was $18.00. Th<? TRAINING ttlie 4th Mome 'Project Training School for Ledyard and Lincoln townships was held at the Jerry tteetlands • Friday with eleven Io6al leaders present and Miss Alma Schultz, In charge. The lesson wast on buying on a wartime market. (Mrs. Charlotte Sorenson Who is visiting here from Glendale, California, .gave and interesting report on buying of food in the west coast area, ' especially in the vicinity of the Locktieed munitions plant; ' Food is closely rationed and you sometimes stand In line for two houra or more to get your ration of one-fourth of a pound of butter or other scarce foods. . CALLED Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Buckels, former residents of thfs vicinity, who have lived on a farm hear Thompson -the past year, held a' very successful sale last Week because of their Inability to rent a farm this year. The .morning of the sale they received a telegravn from their son-in-law, Gtele Anderson, in California, saying his wife and .both children were seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Buckels left the next day for the west. The Buckels expect to Hve In Lakota this year. IMr. and Mrs. J. 'R. Helmar, Fenton, were visitors at the H. H. Murrays Saturday. NOTICE! • • •-• •• , 0. D. T. Orders are: That our trucks must have a specific amount of orders before leaving our stores, and that any order for groceries amounting to less than $1 Is not considered an order and cannot be delivered. Please cooperate. Sorensen Grocery Co. Anderson's Jack Sprat It's Coming Your way AND TOWARDS OUR YARD — WHAT? A car of Old Growth. Yellow Fir Car Siding, Drop SMing and Flooring so baldly needed" in the construction of Hog Houses and Broiolder Houses. \ See us today about tlhat building which you need. Phone 22 F. S. Norton & Son Service and Satisfaction Guaranteed SpecialShowing of Fur Coats ELITE SHOP Algona, Iowa Fri. and Sat. ; Feb. 26-27 Mr, J, H, WoQlwortli, experlb fupiteir, f will Be bare with a brilliant display of Marshal ft Swift Quality Furs teed,, ^ coat go'od tftwe to i» a Fur balance of X NEW PASTOR FOR PARISH AT SENECA AND ARMSTRONG Seneca: David J. Quill, senior at Luther Theological seminary In St Paul, has accepted the call to become pastor of the Nazareth and Lutheran parish at Armstrong and Seneca. He Has been serving as students pastor for several months coming twice a month to conduct divine services, and will continue to do so until his graduation June lat, after which time he will bo Ordained into the holy ministry and begin full time service In the work of the church. \ Mr. Quill has been In close contact with ministerial life, being raised in the parsonage and attending church schools. His fath- er, the Rev. Martin B. Quill, was pastor In Waco, Texan, for 21 years and Is now pastor of the Madison and Lincoln Lutheran .parish at KIdgeway, Iowa. Mr. Quill's mother was formerly Nora Rossing of Bode. iMr. Quill received his elementary and high school education in Waco, Texas. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Luther college, Decorah, In 1939. Entering Luther Theological Seminary In the fall of the same year, he spent his third year of preparation for the ministry as student Inflerne in the Uriitecl Luthferan church of Oak Park, 111. Dr. B. M. Hegge, pastor. On January 30th, 1943, Mr. Quill rlage with Miss was j ire united In mar- rene Rummelhoff of Chicago. The couple now reside In Minneapolis. Services are at 10 a. m. In the Blakjer Lutheran church of Seneca; 4:30 a. m. in the Nazareth church of Armstrong. We cordially invite all to-worshtp with us. • MRS. MEYER CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY. OTHER WHITTEMORE HAPPENINGS Whittemore—A group of relatives gathered at the William Meyer, Sr,, home to help Mrs. Meyer celebrate her birthday Sun day evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lleb and family of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke and daugh- :er of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Benry Lauck and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer,-'Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and son Gerald, Mr. and Mrs.' Albert Meyer and son Roland and daughter Nelda, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer and son William, of Elmo, Mr. and Vtrs. Arthur Heidenwlth, Gertrude Mejfler, Ralph (Severs and Otto Shealler, all of here, Margaret Barber of Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and fam- ly of Garner. The women spent a social evening while the men played cards. Lunch was served ater in the evening. , DINNER HONORS VISITORS Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer en- :ertalned a number of relatives at heir home Sunday evening at a I o'clock dimrer in honor of the lomecoming of trjelr csaughter and lusband, Mr. and Mrs, Bert Sce- "ey, of Glendale, California. The .able was decorated to commemorate the birthday of our first >reSident, George Washington, rhoae present were Mr, and Mrs. Harry Seeley, Grandpa, F"rank Seeley, IMr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher and sons, Norman and Paul, Vlr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and son- Donald and daughter! Mary Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert and daughter 'Verdell, Mr. and Jlrs. William Ostwald and daugh- ers Donna Rae and Shirley Ann and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and family. WED 45 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. William Vaudt entertained a number of their relatives and friends at their home Wednesday evening on their 45th wedding anniversary. . There were present Mr. 'and Mrs. Louis Wehr- span andi' family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gade and son, Wayne and daughter Nelda, Mr. arid Mrs. August Vaudt, Mr. and Mrs; Herman Vaudt and'son DuaneV- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz, Mrs. Herman Gade, and Raymond Meyer, all of here; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vaudt of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Lund and> son Olof and daughter Delores of LuVerne, and Mrs. 1\jernan Nerem of Renwick and Otto Fundinger of Van Meter. The evening was spent at cards and visiting and refreshments were served during the evening which was followed by serving lunch before the guests departed for their homes. Margaret Barber of Minneapo- Portland Twp, iChas. Scott is suffering with a severe attack of rheumatism and Is confined to his bed. \Avery Fitch and Ray Black baled hay Monday and Tuesday for Aver and Dell Fitch. George Gray of Lakota, was here on business at the Fitch farm Monday. The Grays will move here Monday. (Joan MoWhorter attended a birthday party in Burt Monday afternoon in honor of Marlene Dremmel who was eleven years old. Mrs. Earl Bellinger returned Friday to her home at Waterloo after spending several weeks here with her brother Earl Shipler and family and other relatives. Neighbors W|ent lt» the Dell Fitch home Sunday for a farewell party for Dells and also Avery Fitch. Seven tables of 600 were ,n play. Lunch was served. Lt. Col. Luthei Fairbanks is now stationed in Washington, at vas a very pleasant occasion when le'jmet the commanding officer at ;he air base there, as the' latter was a friend, Ellis Eno. formerly Fort Dodge. BUqnard Arend surprised his parents by coming for a <bday leave, |e has been in the navy about a year and a fealf, 'Richard and bis jrother, Leon, and parents, Mr- J Mrs, Pete Arend, also Mr, and Mrs. Mike Arend and. son Paul, were Sunday dinner gueats ' at Misses Rose and Christine Arend, Mrs. Ray MtfWhorter visited ith Mr«. S. M, Peterson Monday afternoon an4 found her. in much >etter 'health than she bas been or some time, MJTS. Peterson is confined to a wheel chair but ia able to dp many household a»4 with My, Peterson's help gefc ajtong njce^r, Hfyeif like new Jjome In'iturt and are accustomed, to. tow?? life, The Portland gervtee CJuh met Saturday w»b MxtJ E«tw!r<J WpJ|. Twenty attended $M shoe shiners were made fp,r the ibgyg in the sej> viflu. Members, •• are funding a Rieture bf each boy for the history book,' After the business meeting !fedjr& W6}f i»ng t«P number* accompanied by, Mrs, €te» ~ Us is visiting with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Jr. !Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seeley arrived here Friday from Glendale, Callornia, where they had been working In a defense plant. They epect to stay here In the future. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Barber and family and the latter's father, William Flagel, of Artesian, S. D., visited with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Specht In Graettlnger Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur, Heiden- wlth, accompanied by Gertrude Meyer and Ralph Sebers. drove to Mason City Saturday afternoon where they visited with thpir daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. home Sunday evening. Henry and George Schultz- and William Leininger left Monday morning for Marlon, S. D,, to take treatments at the Thieszen clinic in Marion. Herman Volgt left Tuesday morning for Marion and will also enter the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wagner had as dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and daughter Susan and son William of Rolfe and in MRS. C. B. EGESDAL HONORED BY CLUB AT TITONKA TItonka—The ,.1M>eal-M Club honored one of their members, Mrs. C. B. Egeadal; Saturday evening with a surprise farewell party at the Fred Adamson home. The guests were Mrs. James McColley, Mrs. F. G. Elliott, Mrs. Fisher and Mrs. Ben U. Frank Meyer. the Johnsons and Volght and son, the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. James, visited with" Mr. and'Mrs! Herinan Vqigt. Sunday dinner guests at the William Meyer, Sr., home were Mr. and Mrs. Martin~.Meyer and family of Garner, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke and daughter of West Bend. Afternoon guests, were Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstick and family, Lotts Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer of here. - 500 was played at three tables ami Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. Fisher received the score' honors. Mrs. Egesdal was presented a gift and a not luck lunch was enjoyed a 1 the close of the evening. Thr Egesdals are moving to a farm near Rake In the near future. MISS MARIE MA YI i AND SHOWERED AT TITONKA The Luther League girls of the Emmanuel Lutheran church sponsored a shower for Miss Marie Majlland Friday evening at the church parlors. A program of musical numbers and readings was given by lone and Irene Mayland, Margaret and Doris Franzen, Agnes Schutter, Viora Post and Mildred Franzen. The colors of pale green and white were used for decorations and favors were little hearts announcing the date ol February 24' when Marie will marry Andrew Rlslus. Gifts were opened and lunch was served the League girls. by •Mr. J. J. Budlong and Edith ol Hampton spent the week end at Jay Budlongs. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Barton were Sunday guests at the Wm. Larsons near Woden. (Mrs. Arthur Hench and Richard and C. B. Hench Spent Thursday at the Alek EzarskI home. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Ites of Buffalo Center were Sunday afternoon visitors at the 'Ed Ites home. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tesch spent the week-end at the Herman Smesrude 'home at St. Ansgar. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rippentrop were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Beenken. Mr. and Mirs. Ray Rippentrop and Roger were visitors at the Thomas Loats Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fisher and shtldren were dinner guests at the E. A. Fisher home at Britt Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Dewall and children spent the week end at St. James, Minn., \vith their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Schenck and 'Ronald of Crystal Lake were Sunday guests at the Miller Nelson home. (Mrs. Leota Schutjer underwent an operation at Kossuth hospital at Algona Saturday forenoon for The Ram That Knows the Rattle of Guns We take great pride in our livestock, for we have some of the best to be found anywhere. England also takes pride in its livestock. Many of our breeds of cattle, sheep and horses come from there. • • We think farming has been hard this past season, with the shortage of labor and machinery. It hag been harder elsewhere. In England feed is scarce, meats are needed badly by the people, and German airmen machine" gun the farm animals in the fields. We must remember this all the time—and buy War Bonds— all that we possibly can. There are two good reasons for buying War Bonds. The first is that it will give our boys the guns and planes and tanks they must have. The second is that War Bonds are a sound investment. They never depreciate in value. They return a third more than the original cost in ten years. You can cash them any time after sixty days. Buy Bonds now —to help your country and to help yourself —at jour bank or post office.- Iowa State Bank ALGONA •Where So Many Farmers Bank" appendicitis. Mrs. F. G. Elliott and Children Floyd and Jean were Sunday visitors at the A. J. Petersons at Crystal Lake. (Mr. and Mrs. Chris tverson and Keith of Thompson were Saturday evening guests at the Alvln Honken home. Supo. M. F. Cheever and Heather and Dr. and Mrs. K. I. Torgerson were Sunday dinner guests at the Carl F. Callfes home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hobbs and James and Janice of Crystal Lake were supper guests of Florence Reaser Wednesday. Richard and Benjamin Meyer are visiting from Sunday till Tuesday evening with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Reckerj, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Recker and Jimmle were Wednesday dinner guests at the J. L. Intermlll home. !Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Meyer and Wesley and grandsons Benjamin and Richard Meyer were Sunday evening visitors in the Joe Kline home. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Friest, of Thompson, called on their children Mrs. Herman Tapper and the Marshall Friest family Saturday evening. chlld- their where he visited the past week with his .parents, Major and Mrs. L. Q. Gartner. i Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Kiel attended the wedding and reception for John Woods and Idella Patterson Sunday evening at the Methodist church In Algona. MJ&ry .... --- , — ..-.dinner guest at ttie JaM*t, ley home Stlnda^. In the _ noon Mr. and Mfg. Herb N called and 1ft the evening Mrs. C. B. fflgesdal an"d e _ J .._. ..._.... . ...... _________ _________ j.—t _____ ._. ____ ^e."Va. Read The W*fit Ad*-4t Mrs. Gordon Nelson and ren returned Tuesday to home at Crystal Lake after several days visiting at the Earl Blakley home. (Harold Gartner returned Monday morning from Lebanon, Mo., Need Money to Pay TAXES? :Many popple will be called, on to pay Income taxes for the first time. We will be glad to loan you money to take care of taxes and oilier obligations. R. S. BLOSSOM INSURANCE Next to Upper Des Moines i i \ Phone 125 uHcii.iiOAK STORES YOUR FRIEND^fe^AT MEALTIME FRIDAY and SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 26 and 27 A BOOK FOR EVERYBODY! Point Rationing ( They must learn that point values have a nothing to do with dollars-and-cents 2. prices. They must know that they have to give the money price and point stamps for every purchase in a rationed group. Any member of a household may use the books of any other members when shopping, as they do now for sugar and coffee. 3 Every person has freedom of choice in • using her points during each-ration period to buy any rationed item she likes (provided it is available). But when a shopper has used all her points, she must wait until the stamps for the next ration period become valid before she can again buy items in the same group. So the customers must:learn to budget their . points for- the- entire ration period. 4. Starts March 1st Our government will give wide pnblicity to "Point Rationing" but the experience of Wartime England has shown that housewives will look to their grocers to help them buy with Point Stamps . . . Here are seven simple points our customers will have to know when using Ration Book No. 2: Those who choose to buy processed 'foods with a low point value will be. able to buy more of the articles in the same rationed group. E CUSTOMERS. SHOULD KNOW THAT tfi POINT VALUES OF PROCESSED . FOODS ARE SET BY THE GOVERNMENT AND NOT BY THE STOREKEEPER. :' 6 Customers will not be able to buy point • rationed Items without giving point stamps, even if tbey bay on charge accounts. , 7 To save their low point stamps for lor • point value purchases, customers should use the high point stamps when," " a number of rationed items,i' GOVERNMENT ORDERS:— NO CANNED, BOTTLED, OR FROZEN FRI VEGETABLES CAN BE SOLD UNTIL NEXT MONDAY MORNING, MARCH l«t.' THE SAME APPLIES TO FRUIT AND VEGETABLE JUICES, DRIED FRUITS, ALL CANNED SOUPS AND CANNED BABY FOODS. "Shopping early in the day and early in the week > makes rationed shopping easier for all concerned" COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS Old Fashioned MEAT LOAF A "Ready Cooked" Beef and Pork Loaf. Fot a Sunday roast you garnish with Campbell's Tomato Juice and thoroughly heat in the oven. Per Pound .'".,: 330 STEAK Sirloin and Short Cuts 390 Pound Pound • Sirloin ROAST 390 CLUB FRANKFURTERS, Pound 2Sc BULK PORK SAUSAGE, Found 29c HEAD CHEESE, Pound 29c LONGHORN CHEESE, Pound .32c SUMMER SAUSAGE, Pound . 35c PURE LARD Pound Carton .. 170 WHITING FISH Per Pound 180 POLISH SAUSAGE Pound ..... 310 Skippy PEANUT BUTTER No Oil Separation. Wide Mouth Jar. 16-OZ. JAR Pare, Tame GOOSEBERRY PRESERVES 16-OZ. JAB .. 250 Pantry Pride SYRUP ll-OZ. BOTTLE , 2-LB. BOTTLE "Share the Meat" and Serve Skillet Chicken and Noodles 3 to 4-lb. chicken % cup celery—cut fine 3 to 4 cups water 3 tablespoons chopped pimento 1 onion (chopped) 1 green pepper (chopped) 3 cups uncooked noodles Salt, pepper, flour, fat Cut chicken into serving pieces, season, dredge In flour, and brown in hot fat. When browned to your tlurte" add alfol the remaining ingredients. Cover tightly and coot over very low heat until done.-Time: 1% hours. Serves 6. More water may be added if needed or 1 can of mushroom soup may be substituted for part of the liquid. >WM * W "' """P GENUINE Egg Noodles, 8 Qnnce Cello. Bag HOL-RY WAFERS, Pkf, |0o OLD COUNTRY HARD TACK, He* ,. Ife MASTER TOAST, 7>ti. 8*1 l«« FRUITS &VEGEfABIES SUNKIST ORANGES 834 our Green OQQ& Display (or Sweet Juicy Oranges in § nice range of sfeej. J$EBE»a UBTTTTOS , ,,-- 2 for 25c? APPLES *&ff^Z GREEN TOP CARROTS, Bunch 7ic YELLOW ONIONS, i Pounds - 15c FIRST PRIZE MEALY BEANS, 2 U», 1 60 ROLLED OATS, 6-lb. Bat BUCKWHEAT, ......... tt PARSNIPS RUTAIA9AS BROOMS Each 79c *nd 54<i O'CEDAR If - - — - ' - — ^''-^ii^i^fM'l-Ms^^

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