The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 4, 1943 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moiiies, AJgona, Iowa, March 4,1943 HANKEN, 6, TTTONKA, NEARLY DROWNS IN V , 11, and Glenda McOolley, age, 11, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil JohhStort and Mr. and Mrs. James , M<*3olleSrr respectively, . Jtfrjved themselves heroines when they fescued James iManken, age/ 6, son 6f Mr,, and Mrs/ Alvln. Hanken, from drowning: Saturday. The three had gone into a nearby field to fly a kite when one of the girls remarked she would like to see where LaVaiffie. Mcdolley had broken through^the ice earler In the afternoon. James,' who had witnessed the previous mishap volunteered to show them and ran through the fence and over to the creek. They called to him to stop but he ran on and had fallen through arid was calling for help before they.,,could reach the scene. The girls broke through shoulder deep In trying to rescue him. Glenda managed- to get out first. They helped James 1 on Diana's back and Glenda pulled them both out. James was completely under Water twice and lost his cap in the accident but managed to • walk hoitte and otherwise suffered no 111 effects. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Rlppentrop were Sunday afternoon 1 visitors at the Jesse Harms home. - / Mrs. Henry Plaisier, Mrs. Ben U. Mejrer and Margery Were at feat City Sfl,turda'y afternoon. Mf. and Mrs. F. G. Elliott and children, Mrs. Harold Mller and Betty Ann, Mrs. Herman Tapper and Mrs. Rosella Jandl and baby were dinner guests at the A. M. Frlesta near Thompson on -Sunday* .-',.. (Saturday evening eleven neigh' bor women Snd friends called on Mrs. C. B. Bgesdal and enjoyed s6me 600 with her before she moved. High scored Were won by Mrs. EJgesdal and Mrs. Fred Adamson. A pot luck lunch was served at the close of the evening. iBetty Ann Sonnenberg Was 12 years old (Friday, February 26, and on Saturday afternoon she entertained eighteen girls and boys in honor of her .birthday. The young folks played parlor games and her mother, ^Mrs. George Sonnenberg, 1 served a delicious lunch. Betty Ann received some lovely gifts. On March 1st Mr. and Mrs. B, H. Meyer had been married 44 years and so on Sunday evening their children came to help them celebrate, surprising them. The evening was spent visiting and a lunch brought by the guests was* served to twenty, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were presented a floor lamp as.a remembrance of the day. "Mr. and Mrs, 'Guy Barton err* tertalned their children Sunday, February 28 at a birthday, dinner. Mr. and Mrs. d. B. Egesdal and children, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Slep* er and children of Buffalo Center and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. iLarson and Rex of Woden were present. The dinner was In honor of Mrs. Larson's birthday which was on February 26 and Mrs. Henry Sleper which was on March 4. At .«' Ji FOR SERVICE« ' ' .1 Send It To The MODERN You can depend on careful spotting, and thorough pressing. Garments are returned to you looking fresh and new. Keep your clothes wearable at all times by frequent cleaning and pressing at the Modern New Spring Samples Our new samples of woolen goods for spring are here awaiting your selection. Good clothes look better and last.longer. f Phone 537 Modern Dry Cleaners & Tailors HOOLMBS & CLOiPTCXN iyowrS4Ltf MAIL DELIVERY TO SERVICE MEN MISUNDERSTOOD recent months, complaints from the public of delayed or lost mall addressed to members of the armed forces indicate that there Is wide misunderstanding of how this mall >s handled and of the difficulties encountered in its delivery. .Mail for members of the armed forces is delivered by the Postal ^ervtce to Army and isfavy authorities at post offices convenient to camps or stations In this country or to ports of embarkation When addressed to persons overseas and the Postal S.ervice . then has no further jurisdiction over the mail, and responsibility for Its delivery from that point lie's entirely with the Army and Wavy, Likewise, the Army and Navy handle mail from members of the armed forces until • it is delivered to -civilian post offices in this country and the Postal Service has no jurisdiction over the mail until so received Delays to armed forces may be caused by various factors. Transportation of the mall sometimes minst be postponed so that More urgent needs for arms, food, or more military and navy personnel may be filled iflrst. • Although malls are dispatched at every opportunity, at times the overburdened facilities cannot accommV date all the mall and It must be held until shipping is available. Ships most travel In convoys, in the interest of safety, and a convoy can ;only start when the last ship is loaded and can travel only as fast as the slowest ship In the group—all of which consumes time. Transfers of 'personnel from one point to another also 'adds to the time required for mall to catch up with >men shifted. Some of the public are under the misapprehension that the post office department can provide the addresses and locations of soldiers and sailors and marines abroad. The postal service has no such records. When it is necesary to obtain such addresses of 'soldiers they may be had from the office of the Adjutant General, war department, Washington, D. C.; to sailors from the Bureau of Nava*l Personnel, Navy Department, Washington, D. C.; and of marines, .from the Marine Corps Headquarters, Navy Department Building, Washington, D. C. SUIXIVANS OBSERVE 16TH ANNIVERSARY OF MARRIAGE Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sullivan- of bedyard celebrated their sixteenth wedding anniversary at their farm home on the evening of February 22. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller of EJlmore and Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were invited guests'. The Sullivans r«elved cards congratulating, also gifts commemo- MANY MARCH 1ST MOVES MADE BY FARMERS IN LAKOTA VICINITY ILakota — Among those moving this week were the J. McCrays who moved to a farm near Armstrong and the Arthur Zellskes moved -to this farm; the C. F. Whalens 1 moved from Mrs. Helmar's farm north of'town to a farm southwest of town vacated by the Sam Shiplers and Ted Thllges has moved to the farm vacated by the Whalens. John Steenhard has purchased the Steenhard estate farm south of town and the Daniels 1 family moved to the Seymour estate farm vacated by the Steenhards; the Donald Clappers moved to the Henry Haringa farm south of town 1 . Donald has been trucking for Jerry Ukena. The Orvlle Rubys of the Bancroft vicinity moved to their farm one mile east Of Lakota which they purchased two years ago and the Roy Klugers, who lived on this farm the past year moved northwest of Swea City; the Joe Vollmers, who have lived on the W. E. Ley farm south of town several years, purchased a farm near Swea City and 'the Aaron iSwalves will live on the Ley farm; the James Smith recently moved to the small farm south of town which they .purchased a year ago and their son,' Vernon and family, moved to the Brock farm vacated by Vernon's parents. The other Smith son, DeVere, left last week Wednesday for Jefferson Barracks, Missouri. MRS. HENRY MITCHELL HOLDS M. E. SERVICES In the absence of the Methodist minister, the Rev. O. P. Mueller, who is a patient in a Rochester hospital. Mrs. Henry ...-Mitchell., had charge of : the -Sunday morning service and with Some of her Sunday school pupils put on an interesting program. The junior choir gave two numbers. Mrs. Mitchell, teacher of the tiny children, demonstrated a new method of visualizing the lessons means of fiannelgraph, using outing flannel, crayon colored, to provide background for the lesson picture and cut out figures, colored by the pupils, placed on the background to form a true eye picture of the lesson. It is proving MATCHED OUTflTS Jh»y'r» wearing and fawir prictd". the Pants. ....... 1.79 Heavyweight drill lean herringbone In sanfor- ' lied, color fast blue. Full cut with rip-proof seams and five heavy pockets. Bar tacked at / strain points. The Shirt . . . ..... 1.39 Matching lean with dress shirt styling, work shirt ruggedness for wear. Full comfortable cut, two patch pockets, -^ ' IHE PERFECT WQRK UNIFORM FOR EVERY TYPE OF JQBI Whipcord JACKETS 39 Favorite, welj fit- Una wipck with gfloper front fait- enlngs and two deep patoh pockets Plenty of wear in dies* full cvt ion- forced fin* yam eoYort».F|v«h»BYy pockets. Rockfwd SOCKS (iLOVES Tli« fwnou* obfprb*nt work Soft gad comfort- obli wto 'rtlek knit wrl»»i tllbir bf9,wo v v very interesting to the children. Mesdames Margaret Warburton, J. H. Warburton and Harry Wur- burton and the Misses' Elsie Endreland and Helen Davidson were Blue Earth visitors Saturday. (Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Anderson went to Sioux Falls, S. D., via train last week and drove home Mrs. Anderson's son's car, which wns left there when-his call came for army service. IMr. and Mrs. Jasper Steenhard in Grant township celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary with a family dinner on Sunday. Several families from this vicinity were among the guests. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith entertained last week Monday evening in honor of their sonfiDeVere, who left for service Wednesday. Guests were Marjorie Doocy, Ledyard, the Will Kienitz and Elmer Kienitz families and the Vernon Smiths. Friends here received word from Mrs. R. L. Williams last week saying her "husband, Dr. Williams, left from San Francisco that week on board a transport for sea duty. She has gone back to San Diego where they had been stationed for several months and .will make her home there for a time at least.^ Mrs. Elfreda Iceland, Swea City, came here last week Monday and accompanied • her sister, Mrs. Geo. Heetland, to Blue Earth via automobile anti from, there they went by bus to Minneapolis on a business and shopping trip, returning here Thursday. Mrs. Leland remained here to visit .until Sunday afternoon. < 'Mesdames Wade Ball, Edward Looft, Steve Powers, and Meriarci Stafford, Lakota vicinity, drove b Bancroft Saturday morning am Mrs. Guy Hart, Bancroft, accom parried them to iFort Dodge wher they visited Mrs. Katherine Parks of Algona, who is a patient in a hospital there and suffering with an ear aliment. They report her condition much improved since the fore part of the week. FARM MOVES IN LEDYARD AREA DURING THE WEEK iLedyard—This was moving week around Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Christy Hendrlcksore moved from a farm northwest of l«dyard into their home in Ledyard Thursday. They recently purchased the Mrs. B. B. Wlese property In the west part of town. The Alvin Dillon family moved onto a farm southwest of Swea City where they will work the coming seaston. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Delm onto the farm vacated by the Chrtety Hendrick- sons on Thursday. The Deima' formerly lived at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs August Gabel moved Into the house owned by 'Fred Darnell. rating" the happy occurenee. A lovely lunch wag served by the two older daughters, Geraldine and Catheryne. The dining room table was decorated especially for the occasion with a lace cloth and lighted topers. The Sulllvans have five children. Their many friends wish them many more happy anniversaries. , iMr. and Mrs, N. A. Pingel and Mrs. D. B. Mayer Were Elmore business callers last Saturday. Rev. and Mrs. Nelson Grote of Armstrong were Sunday dinner guests at the D. B. Meyer home. Rev. and Mrs. Edw. Nus« attended a meeting: of the Calvinlst.fr! Conference at Garner on Tuesdav. IN". M. Nelson of South St. Paul representing the Security Live Stock Commission Co., spent Friday evening visiting at the Albert. Brand home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Halvorson came home Tuesdav from thp Moson City Mercy hospital aftor spending some time there because of Mrs. Halvorson's health. She is some improved at this writing. The Home Guard meeting was held Friday evening at the D. B. Meyer home. Those attending were Margaret Yahnke, Darlene Schroeder, Estella Frey, Mary Lou Countryman, Maxlne Besh, Beverly Looft and Geraldne Manther. Lotta Creek News Lieut. Lorn Barker of Ft. Rlley, Kans., and Miss Bertha Potratz of Whlttemore were Tuesday Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wlch- tendahl. Miss Dorothy Wlchtendahl Went to Rochester, Minn., Saturday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wlchtendahl, the latter being a patient there. |Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zumach and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Luedtke of Fenton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zumach h\ honor of Mr. Zumach's birthday. Mrs. Ed Kressin accompanied her granddaughter, Clara Bler- stedt, to Rochester, Minn., Monday to stay with Miss Bierstedt while she takes more treatments at the Koelher Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wtehten- dahl and Mrs. Elmer Pijahn were at the Wm. Bell home Monday to help Mr. and Mrs. Bell move to West Bend, where they purchased a house and acreage. |Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wchten- dahl went to Rochester, Minn., on Tuesday and Mrs. Wlchtendahl will go through the clinic. It is r°- ported that she submitted to an operation there Saturday morning. Mesdames tfeJifteth fiaffisfetv Wm. Lauck attended the Miss Verfta Holt At Otfesew urday. Miss Holt was married td Dr. Donate Wehrspan of low 1 * CSty, at dbtoSen SUnday, ' r .v Carol Bgesdal Spent the week end with her grandparents, Mf, and Mrs. Guy 'Barton. Mrs.F.LTribon Will sell new merchandise In the building formerly occupied by the Steete Stotu this Friday and Saturday, March 5 and 6. The lot consists of ladles' Spring and Winter OoaJts, Suits, Dresses, Sweaters, Jackets, Slacks, Blouse^. House Slippers, Oily dies, Hose, Hats, Slips, Children's Clothes, some Wash Dresses. This is your chance to buy clothing for now and your futiute needs at BARGAIN prices. CHIU>R£N W C£J MORE SHOES IFH6CD6D BROWN bili SHOE STORE ALGONA IOWA •USfli BROWN PEAS COME -NO. : Can SWEET GIRL PEACHES I SWEET GIRL Bartlett Pears .*%£•<£• 1 COCK ROBIN BARTLETT [CHOICE PEARS . z92 -£- c £° 1 BROKEN SLICES (GRAPEFRUIT ..2'ss IB. ft M. OVEN BAKED BAKED BEANS . - *££ WAX BEANS ...2%£ WHOLE KERNEL CORN BUTTER KERNEL2 «££ SWEET GIRL GOLDEN BANTAM ,CORN 2 2 £T. CBEAM STILE „ Del Monte Corn.2 \r. 27c 23c 23c 23c DOLE GEMS 2 PINEAPPLE Cans PEACHES CORN GOLDEN BANTAM 20-ox. No- 2 Cans TOMATOES SOLID PACK 19-0*. No. 2 Can Green Beans ^^^ ^^ • -\Ck M« ^^"^ ^"" 19-or. No. 2 Cans RAISINS EARLY , Del Monte Peas STANDARD' QUALITY SPINACH VEGETABLE .JUICE V-8 COCKTAIL . MKED VEGETABLES VEG-ALL I SWEET GIRL TOMATO JUICE . ALICE i TOMATO JUICE . 1 TEXSUN Grapefruit Juice.l I UNSWEETENED 'Grapefruit Juice. GRAPE JUICE .. DOLE'S / ' [Pineapple Juice. HEINZ BABY FOODS .. IcLAPP'S JUNIOR BABY FOODS .. •CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP 3 30-or. 9E r Cans *»C ZO-oz. 2Qft Cam fc«7C SLICED OR HALVES - r,2ic 13c i 17-01. 0* r GIa»»ei** c Z4-a<. Can 46-oz. Caa 18-01. Cani PEARS MICHIGAN KIEFFER 2 30-or. No.2'/ 2 Cans PINEAPPLE Can 32-ot, Bottle tt-o*. Can «4-o«. Can 6MrOi. Can 27c 29c BROKEN SLICES 6c 8c 23c APRICOTS 25c SWEET GIRL 30-oz. No. 2'/a Con '1 SEEDLESS KETCHUP BETTV cnOCKEB , SOUP MIX .. SWEET GIRL CATSUP 2^ u °u, I NATIONAL BRAND, . 1 CHILI SAUCE ... i;Vu, SUNMAID SEEDLESS Seedless Raisins.2 %J < 70-80' SIZE PRUNES 9c CHERRIES RED TART PITTED HEINZ 14-ox. Bo+tl" Sliced Bacon FANCY QUALITY RINDLESS 20< '/2-lb. PORK LIVER SJIAI.I. TENDER WIENERS .. Lb. 29c . DEUCIQCS HEAD CHEESE., u. 25 c READ? rod THE PAN Haddack Fillett.^ 33c feBSkT** 1 ® 3 U>lr Northern Pike *iiew- i - 19c ~' i • NATIONAL TEA CO, I

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