The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 11, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1943
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1 f The Algona t?ppef D6S Moineg. Algoftft, Iowa, March 11,1945 MFTHOWSTS HOU) Whittemore basketball fans The Whlttemofe, wefe well repre- DEDICATION DAY SERVICE SUNDAY (Lakota—Tfhe Dedication Day set Vice, at the Methodist church was In charge of the laymen Sunday morning and the following program was enjoyed: Harry Warburtort presided and read the scripture lesson and led in the Lord's Prayer in iinlson; several soflgswefe flung by the group with Mrs. Edna Paulsen at the piano; talk by Orville KoppeW on "A Call to a New Dedication"; talk, Charles Eggetth on "Things Worth While",; talk by Walter .Leslie, church treasurer, on "The Dedication Of Our Finances" and a short financial report. No word has yet been received from the minister, the Rev. O. P. Mueller, who is in a hospital at (Rochester, Minn. DAKOTA TOPS IN VICTORY BOOK DRIVE DURING WEEK Mrs. Carl Gerzema, Victory Book Drive chairman, delivered Lakota's books to the Algona .library Saturday. There were several dozen books, many of them new, given I was handicapped as he received o by organizations and Individuals' sprained ankle the previous night find Mrs. Gerzema was told that I while being charged by one of the this donation of books was the best Rodman players. This made hard received from any place In the work for Nevin Woodward, as he county. • I is one of the fastest players on the *,. ._ floor, In fact there was wonderful (Mesdamei Francis Adams, Geo. Heetland, John Greise and E. L. Graiban were Algona shoppers Saturday. (About 40 junior young people enjoyed an ice skating party at the Raymond Anderson's Sunday afij ernoon. The Acorn club will sponsor n community program and social evening at the Town Hall on Saturday night, March 19th. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kienltz and children visited Sunday with Mrs. Ktenitz's parents, the Ike Harms near Buffalo Center. Whittemore Quint Beats Emmetsburg in Sectional sehted at the sectional tournament at IBmmetsbuny last week. The Whittemore boys played out- Standing basketball this season. The outstanding defense of the Whlltemore team with Dick Hansen guarding, and cool as a cucumber and an eye as sharp as an eagle, the Irlah were lost, Richard Btersted, another cool guard, played to perfection. Melvin Roeber, a star center, played an exceptionally good game, his guarding was noteworthy. He held,the lot long shot artist of the Emmetsburg team to only four 'baskets while he garnered five himself. tn previous games the Emmets- Mi rg center had shot numerous long shots In each game. However, In the final game pretty well bottled ' up he by was the Whittemore strong defense and excellent guarding. Frank Dogotch, one of the outstanding forwards, H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped, to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. .co-operation between all the Whittemore players. The score of the final and championship game was Whittemore 28 and Emmetsburg, 21. Whittemore— iFg Ft Pf Dogotch, f 3 2 0 Woodward, f .3 1 2 Roeber, c ...* , 5 1 4 Hansen, g , 0 2 2 Blersted, g „ 0 0 2 Emmetsburg— 11 6 10 Fg Hofstat, f , 0 Smith, f „ 4 Carroll, c *...4 Soper, g 0 Gerliman, g , 2 Frost 0 Lager 0 Ft 0 2 2 0 6 1 0 Pf 1 2 2 0 2 0 0 699 Other Games at Sectional Whittemore team played the fine team from Gillette Grove the first evening and beat them 48-27. Offensively, perhaps, this was the best perormance In the entire best performance In the entire counted in the scoring and the team work and speed was outstanding, The second game was with the Graettinger team which proved to be a nip and tuck affair until the start of the second half. The score was 17-16 at the half In favor of the local boys. The game ended with 33-23 for Whittemore. (The third game was hard fought and resulted In 25 for Whittemore and 21 for Rodman. Earlier in the season each of these teams had won a game and lost one to each other. Whittemore to District (Because of the winnings in the season and because of topping the sectional tournament at Emmetsburg the Whittemore quint will take part in the district tournament at Mason City now being played there. If the Whittemore boys win m the district 'session they will be a part of the state tournament to be held in Des Moines this spring. St. John's quint, Bancroft, by virtue of wins, will also take part in the district meet at Mason City this week. Thus, within a section of some six counties, Kossuth sends the winners to the district battle. Mr, and Mrs. Loyal Gingrich and daughter, Lois were Saturday night dinner guests at the Georg Petersons honoring the soldier son 'Oscar. (Last week visitors at the Elme Klenitz home were Mrs. Cliffon holding and Mrs. Pete Thlesen o Burt and son, Leon, who is homi on a furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Will Schroeder tool their daughter, 'Lola, to Des Moinc, last week Monday, where she wi) take a nurses training course e the Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Gutknech and Mrs. C A. Gutknecht anc Emma Gutknecht drove to Mason City Friday and brought horn' Lena Gutknecht for a visit with he parents. Mrs. Carl Gerzema and children and Mrs. Rachel Klenitz and • chil dren were Algona visitors Satur day. Mrs. Klenitz called on Mr and Mrs. Harvey Coleman and a' the Erman Hansons. Mrs. Emma Smith received word last week that.her nephew, Duane Christiansen, had been wounded in action in Africa. Duane made his home with the Smiths for severa years when he was a small boy. SPRING HARDWARE NEEDS Chicken Feeders, 3 and 4 ft, SI.IO T SI.35 Chicken Waterers, 1 to 3 gal. \ SI.90 Garden Tools •f Garden Planters $18.75 (garden Hose, 50 ft. $4.95 Garden Seeds—Pkg.-Bulk Lawn Seed Paints - Enamels Step Ladders ___ $2.25 to Harness Strap and Harness Repairs Kohlhaas Hardware Albert T. Buckels came home from California Saturday, but Mrs. Buckels remained to help care for their daughter, Mrs. H Kisle Andd- son and little grandson, Jlmmle, who Is suffering with penumonia- She will come home later. , Mrs. Emory Smith, who has been In San Diego, Calif., visiting her husband in the service for the past two weeks arrived home Saturday afternoon. She reports traveling conditions for civilians on the trains as a very uncomfortable experience. Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Harvey Johnson, former residents of Lakota, has gone to Washington, D.C., as secretary to Senator George A. Wilson. Her brother, Harold is a soldier at Jefferson 'Barracks, Mo. The Johnsons now live at Clarion, Iowa. Mr. and Mjs. Charles Olson and two daughters of Williams, Iowa, came Saturday for a week-end visit with the Nick Koppens and returned home Sunday. Mrs. Rose Rahin- stock and Floyd Claybaughs, Lakota, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Koppens. Three soldiers enjoyed furloughs with thel^ home folks the past ten days: Oscar, son of .Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Gingrich, left Frida for Camp Hood, Texas; Arthur Pete?son, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Peterson, left Saturday for Camp Berkley, Mo., and Ernest Henning of .Camp Custer, Mich., left Sunday after a week-end furlough wkh his wife at the C. G. Frye home. Swea City Schools to Give Preliminary Officers Test • L Swea City—Supt. ..AviH,,; jB.qhuter, announce!) preliminary tests-will bo given tat the school house Friday, April,2, for youths of the neighborhood, 17 to 10, .inclusive, who wish to take up the navy' college training program. ,The purpose of this program is to produce naval officers. High school seniors, high school graduates and college students who appear to have the potentialities for ultimate selection as officers will 'be chosen. This college training will be carried oo while the men are on active duty. QUOTA OF $200 IN RED CROSS DRIVE MET BY WESLEY Mrs. Arlo Dawson, Red Cross chairman, reported that the quota of $200 for the town of Wesley had been met in the drive that was conducted here last week. ST. JOHN TAKES FINAL FROM SWEA CITY IN TOURNEY Swea City—St. John's, 'Bancroft, took the final game in the sectional basketball tournament held here last week. Fans had a real thriller Friday night when St. John's and Rings ted wrested wins from Swea City and Armstrong. lln the first game Swea City had a 6 point lead until the last few minutes of play when St. John's came up with a three point lead. The game between Rings ted and Armstrong went into two overtime periods. Each team scored 6 points In the first, but Rlngsted made a free throw in the second and won 41-40. "Good crowds attended the tourney throughout. On Friday night there were 600 paid admissions and a probable 800 present.'The scorea: Wednesday—'Armstrong and Bancroft, 42-9; Burt and Seneca, 21-17; Rtngsted and Dolllver, 27-26; Buffalo Center and Rake, 25-24; St. John's and Fenton, 41-17; Ledyard and Haifa, 22-11; Lone Rock and Grant, 27-26; Swea City and Lakota, 35-11. IThursday-^RIngsted and Buffalo Center, 35-30; Swea City and Ledyard, 28-13; St. John's and Lone Rock, 50-18; Armstrong and Burt, 22-19. iFriday—St. John's and Swea City," 25-22; Rlngsted and Armstrong, 41-40. Saturday-^!. John's ftftd Ring* sted, 42*18. Irvington Phone Officers Re-elected The annual telephone meeting of rural lines 15 and 27 was held last Wednesday evening at the J. A. Maasdam home. The meeting was presided over by the president, Chas. Egel with the regular routine business being taken care of. All the former officers were reelected as follows, Chas. Egel, president; H. R. Skilllng, vice president; Hugh Raney, treasurer and 'Fred S. Geigel, secretary. The directors consist of the above mentioned and J. A. Maasdam. Irvington Ladies Farm Bureau at Schultz' ffrvington—Mrs. Jolin Schultz and her daughter, Mrs. Raymond Harlg, were joint hostesses to the Crvington iLadies Farm Bureau last Friday afternoon. The lesson ma- :er'lal on War Time Meals and Planning, was presented by Mrs. John Weber and Mrs. Clem Cunningham. The latter will be the hostess to the next meeting which will ibe held the third week in this month, the exact date to be announced later. IMrs. George Larson has been a latient for a week at Wagoner Hotel, Rochester, Minn. It is understood that she will continue tak- ng treatment there for two more weeks. Neighbors and friends are remembering her with cards. The above is her address. Used Cars-Machinery '38 Chevrolet Coach— Priced to Sell '35 Chevrolet Panel—Make aft Offer 3 Used Tractors 2 John Deere Planters, 1 Wagon and Box Discs, spreaders, plows, engines, Cream separators, pump jack, etc. We have twine, baling wire, cable, feeders, wateitersj, etc. Se U« For Honeymead Feed For ALL Your Livestock Bradley Bros. PHONE 714 SOUTH HOTEL A3LGONA WESLEY NEWS THE COW THAT DIDN'T GET MILKED She WM a Holiteln, There are many like her on our farms, $nt this cow was not on an American farm. She was gracing in a little pasture in Holland, native country of the Holitein, when hell broke loose, A new kind of .horrible bell called 9 bHt?. She went crazy, She ran until her tongue hung out, $he wasn't milked that ipoming, or that night, or the nwrt day, or the ne*t> Her beautiful udder •polled. But maybe it is just as well**. Hitler and his men fake all the milk, They take everything from enslaved Holland, Remember this story at yon milk your good herd. Keep on remembering it-rand b»y U, S, War Bonds-^ywy ao//ar*« wofth that you pt>«/Wy can. Buying Bondl will help with the war fight aow-^and be one of the beit investments you ever made, They nwer sell for les» than you pay for them, They increase in value every year, U held for tea years, they retwn |4 ftr every 13 invested, And they can be. cashed any time after f I*ty day* if y«H need th9 »<!Bjy, $ jjy £<»«$*« for youritlf and for yew C9i»v» try^at your, bank gr post office, «, // MAKE [VERY MARKtT MY BOWD DAY Iowa Stole Bauk Father L. N. Klein spent from Sunday afternoon till Monday with his mother at Sioux City. She observed her 91st birthday. Father Xleirt had returned last week from three weeks stay at the Sacred Seart Sanitorium at Milwaukee. Sunday guests at the Frank 31eioh home were Mr. and Mrs. foe Krleps and Joan of Sexton and Mr. and Mrs. Tom 'Forburger and 'amily and Albert Blelch. The occasion was the third birthday of Donna Blelch and she received many lovely gifts. Marjorte Llcktelg, Madeline and Rita Studer, students at the Good Council Academy at Mankato, spent the week-end at the parental Louis Lickteig and J. P. Studer homes. Edward Licktelc; met the girls at Blue Earth Friday and J. P. Studer took them back Sunday. Saturday evening dinner guests at the Albert Lickteig home honoring RFC Edward Lichteig of Ft. Warden, Wash., were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lichtelg and family and Miss Johanna Ricker of St. Benedict. They were all Sunday dinner guests at the 'Louis Lichtelg home, •Pee Wee" iDeBoer, Mis s Mercedes Schmidt, Miss Etta Mae Martin and Miss Miriam Nejsqn returned home Sunday evening from Des Moines. They had gone down on Sunday, accompanied by Bob Studer, who left Sunday evening for Santa Ana, Calif., where he will enter the Army Aviation school, 3/lta. >Ed Dusold of Mason City leaves Sunday for Richmond, Virginia, where she will visit her two sisters, Ann, who Is attending a comptometer school and Mrs. Neil Gary and family. They will all visit the ladles' brother, Urban Richter, who Is attending the South Aviation School at Camden, S. O. He Js Acting Lieutenant and has done primary flying for several weeks. Urban had 'been at Maxwell Field, Ala., before bejijg transferred to outh Carolina, (Mrs, J, iUeenbacher assisted »er daughter, tertalned the .,,_„ ,.. card club at the Elsenbacher home 3unday, evening, ruests. Mrs, Vill Hauptly won. and, Mrs, Albert by Joe Studer,' en- ladies <rf their 500 men were , ... . and ilgh score prizes and Studer, Jow score prtees. Tfels will de tb.e paries, till after Lent; and Mrs, Go»rge WerUnjr en.- srtafsed at three tables BEN WAGNER WITH NAVY, TRANSFERRED TO OHIO (Mrs. Al Wagner spent several days with her son, Ben, in Des Moines last week. Ben, who is a Yeoman in-the navy has been transferred to Cleveland Ohio. He had been employed in a naval office at Mason City before going to Des Moines last fall. Dwight is also in the navy. IRENE RICKE ENTERTAINED ON 20TH ANNIVERSARY Miss' Irene Ricke entertained a group of friends at her home Sunday evening in observance of her 20th 'birthday. Guests were the Matt Keller, Geo. Ricke, Geo. Goetz, Ray Ricke and Mrs. Theresa Foertsch families, Ollie, George and Angeline Foertsch, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Laux and Lou Ricke. 500 was played at five tables. Mrs. Foertsch received high score prize, George Foertsch, travel, and Mrs. George Goetz, lucky chair prize. Irene received many lovely gifts. Delicious refreshments were served. Rita Vitzthurn is working in the Loebig cafe for several weeks. Mrs. Lucy Brabec of Fort Dodge yisited^relatives here over the week end." .'.< : ';' i; '""-;:. /-J-, vj ,.f? : •: (Vincent Kleinpeter of St. Paul spent the week-end here with his family. Louis Simpson of Ft. Knox spent a furlough at the parental Carson Simpson home. Jack .Cruise of the Britt vicinity, formerly of Wesley, is reported to be seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. tf. M. Kunz and Billy were Sunday dinner guests 'at the Tom McMahon home. The R, C. Bauer family were Sunday guests at the J. P. Uhlenhake home in Whittemore. The Reese Martin family of Des Moines visited over the week-end at the parental Geo. Hlldman home. IMr. and Mrs. Vincent Eisenbacher were dinner guests at the Joe Studer home Sunday, Feb. 28. Rupert Young of Fort 'Lewis, 4 Wash., spent a furlough last week at the parental Oliver Young home. Mrs. Roy 'Kleinpeter will have- a' "knitting instruction" meeting at her home Monday afternoon, Mar. 15th. Patty, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Tom McMahon, spent the week-end at the Helen Arendt home at St. Benedict. (The Geo. Ama family of St. Benedict have moved into the house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Ely Goodnow. Sam Alne, who has ibeen employed on construction work for the government in Illinois, came home Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Silbaugh entertained a group of friends at cards Saturday evening. She served a delicious lunch, Mrs. A M. [Lease submitted to an operation for appendicitis at the iKossuth hospital in Algona Sunday evening. IFidelis Otis and Lois Hildman. students at Hamilton's Business College at Masori City, spent the week-end here with the home folks. Mrs, Ruth Sparks returned home last week from a two months visit with relatives at Seattle and Portland, She now lives In a house on the Joe Goetz farm. Jule Matern and Fred Schlenzig came home last week, having been discharged from the U. a Army due to the 38 year age limit. Matern had been at 'Fort Knox, Ky. osdward Richter, son of Mr. and Mrs, John Rlohter, came home Sat» urday from Ames, where he has been taking a course, in engineering. He will be employed on the August Belmers farm near Britt. Thelma Oppedahl began her duties ^assistant postmistress at the IpcaJ post office. Veart BensWn, who had that Job is now operating one of the $BL M. Olson t Thelma. Is a daughter of Mrs, Sugar Stamp No. 11 good through March 15. Coffee Stamp No. 25 good through March 21. BROKEN SLICES—-Point Value 24 10. Can PINEAPPLE—Point Value 10 Dole Gems .... 2 ";" 23c RED TART PITTED—Point Vata. 14 Cherries ..,..-;-...--ft?. 17c? SLICED OR HALVES—Point Value 21 Peaches 2 £" 39c MICHIGAN—Point Value 21 Kieffer Pears ... 2 cT 35c CLAPP'S—Point Value 1 Baby Foods .... ^ 6c CAMPBELL'S—Point Value 6 Tomato Soup ..S'^TSSc ALICE—Point Value 32 NIBLET DEL MA,IZ CORN Point Value PEAS COME AGAIN BRAND Point Value- 16 DOLE'S—Point Value 32 Pinea^pSe Juice. Con 32c GOLDEN DANTAM—Point Value 14 Corn ....:....2 £nM9c ATOES JCfllchup ....... •FORT DEARBORN Rolled Oals .... BREAKFAST CEREAL Cream of Wheat. FORT DEARBORN Cornflakes NATIONAL BRAND Coffee ........ FINEST GRANULATED Sugar SEEDLESS—Point Valiie 78 Raisins .. . 2 BottletpSj* £T24c M-or. Pkg. Lb , 7c SOLID PACK Point Value 4-lb. OO** Bag O5JC SUNSWEET, EXTRA LARGE—Point Value 20 Prunes ........ r£r*.17c NATIONAL PLAIN * * Rye Bread ..... £5 10c Walleyed Pike 1 WHITE BREAD NATIONAL JUMBO Double Loaf DRESSED Lb. Mackerel 12c FRESH b ff 89c Fish Fillets WHITEFISH /ut 'Lunch HERRING SLICED EASTERN COD .. u . 23 c HEADLESS AND D BUSSED j NORTHERN PIKE u . 18c| SMOKED MACKEREL .... u . 27c READY FOR THE PAN HADDOCK FILLETS Ib 33c ECONOMICALLY PRICED WHITING FILLETS. „,. 25c SMOKED EASTERN COD . u . 45c SALT COD BITS .. HOLLAND STYLE HERRING ...... t£ 89c TABLE SALT FORT DEARBORN 10-lb. Bag CAKE FLOUR HAZEL •BRAND «, 25c LAKE ^^ SMELTS b 12 c Pancake Flour HAZEL BRAND CRACKERS FORT DEARBORN SODAS FRESH AND CRISP—TEXAS GROWN ^^ ^^^•W»^ii^ ^^^ ^l^iw ^IB^Iilli^^ I^I^PIIJ IIB^IJIJI^r ffji^w^MIMlT VlHllMP|l| ^fifffF 1*1 ,n Bunches • The 'infant daughter of Mr- Mrs. Clarence Pornbjer was. bap tlzed Sunday in St, Joseph's Oath- olio Oburdj by 'Father U N, Klein »nd named MasJae an4 Cecelia, were sponsors, PASCAL CELERY FRESH, CRISP' ANP glEI CRQWN, 9« Pink Grapefruit ,6 , or 25c WA$H. STATI, WFTIIA FANCY Delicious Apples 2 ^ 29c FRESH AND CRISP—CALIFORNIA OROWN ' -'•', M,.. > ', * .&$.!>>• ' ••'• 4 , JHT, *•> ""a •DpHl <<*- ,'>~'»yjj 5TSTT-- *• -*ft-~' >-' -f-,**^ •»*•••' '!*, * ft t ',' 1 -~''' ''i&f'*•-•* ""•'

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