The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 18, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 18, 1943
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K-7. ;;(-,•"' <'• A%aita t?^f j^ Motoes, AJgofta, fowa, March id, MRS, SUSAN GRAY, WESLEY, 82, DIED LAST THURSDAY Wesley— funeral aefviceg tot Mrs Susan Gray, 85, were *feld ' at 9 o'clock Saturday Mi6fnln|f in St Joseph's fcathollc ehu*eh ( Mth ftev, :L. N. Klein . Mfs. 5?ay, a resident of Wesley for tnofe than CO yeArs, died at her Some Thursday of old age and complications, she was preceded lit death by her first husband, George l(8Wson, and by her second hus- TjanrJ, Tom Gray. She Is survived '"by a son, Homer, and a niece, Susan Pfeffner, at home. l>ttli bearers were George Goetz, Henry Goetz, George Hirrer, Law- tehee Wlngert, Walter Drummer and Louis Ricke. Burial was In St. Joseph's Cemetery. Mrs. , James Sllbaugh spent sev- «rai days this week with relatives at Ralston, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward entertained at three Sunday evening. tables of 600 'Bdward Jr&ftnemarfc. who teaches at AtfHfitfang, spent the week-ett< at hi* parental Olaf KHmnemark home. Vincent Klelhpeter of Mlnnea poils spent the week-end here with his parents. Me is employed at Du Pont plant Jerry Aldrlch of the Army Air Corps has been transferred from St. Petersburg, Sla., to Tampa, In the Same state. Bob Studer arrived last week at Santa Ana, Calif., and reports hte address as Squadron 11, Army Air Base, Santa A«a, Calif. 'Albert Woods expects to leave sooji for Alaska, where he will do government work. He has been operating Del Benton's truck. Mrs. A. M. Lease was brought home Wednesday from the Kossuth hospital In Algorra, where she had an operation for appendicitis. Will Lyons of. Chicago Is spend- ng a few days at the Mrs. Albert teno home. Does he enjoy the extra open season on pheasant hunting? Dale Silbaugh of Ralston, formerly of Wesley, and his brother, Trances, also of Ralston expect to eave soon for Alaska, where they will be employed on a government ob. !> OF COURSE YOU NEED CASUALS ALL SIZES TURF TAN! The sandal yo u we a r everywhere! Kresensky's FARM BUREAU MET ATGlfTKNECHT HOME, LAKOTA • Lakota—Mr. and Mrs. C. A Gutknecht were hosts to the Led yard township 'Farm Bureau Frl day night with about 25 present Which was a good record considering the rainy evening. The Rev B. G. Sauer gave the prayer Paul Ukena led in group singing with Mrs. Jerry Heetland at the piano. Mrs. J. H. Warburton spoka on Co-operative Building; Faustlre and Fanchru Heetland sang a duel with Mrs. OB. G. Sauer at the piano, County Agent Brown talked on ?arm Bureau subjects, Myron Johnson of'Swea City, gave a talk on general subjects pertaining to Farm Bureau. The next meeting ill be held at the Jerry Heetlahd home. Lunch and a social hour ollowed the program. Mrs. George Heetland was a business visitor at Albert Lea last eek Wedneday. The F. G. Twles came up from he farm near Algona and spent Sunday with relatives here. .Florence Heetland began work at the Jerry Ukena Implement hop as bookkeeper. Monday. Ethel Archer, teacher In the Mapleton, Minn., school and a cousin of Mrs. E. L. Graham, was a week-end visitor with the Grabaus. Lavon Risius helped Mrs, John Steenhard with her work during the- recent moving. Martin Beach helped Mr. Steenhard with the out of doors work at the same time. James W. Warburton suffered a severe heart attack Saturday night and is confined to his bed under a doctor's care. Maynard Koppen Is helping with the chores for the present. The iDurward Mlttags aM mov ing April 1st to the Mrs. Margare Warturtort residence and adjoin Ing property. Mr. Mittag will Con Mrrue to help his mother, Mrs. Eva Mlttag, operate the farm. Marry Mussman received a mes sage last week telling of the death of a cousin, John Muasman, at Vlnton and funeral Services were held Sunday. However, the Muss- mans here were not able to attend on account of gasoline rationing Mrs. George Errnen was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital on Friday evening Where she underwent an operation for appendicitis. 3he Is reported, recovering nlcoly. Efer parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. FUppentrop, are caring for the two ittle girls. Calvin Buswell, a Dubuque University student, whose home Is New Jersey, spent several days last week with Donald Looft who is also a student at the university. A case of scarlet fever on the campus gave all the students a 10- lay vacation. Dr. H. H. Murray received word ast week Tuesday morning that his nephew, Sergeant John Muray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Muray, of Des Molnes, was reported missing in Africa. This was the Murrays' only son, but they have wo daughters. Mesdames Jerry Heetland , C. A. Gutknecht, Fre*d Schroeder and tllss Emma Gutknecht attended a ictory garden school at the Swoa !lty school house Thursday even- ng. it. C. Grove of the extension epartment talked on gardens anO ilma Schultz talked on nutrition hd gardens. Mrs. A. C. Schlssel entertained a ew guests Wednesday afternoon n honor of the. birthdays of the wo children, Joseph, who was 2 ears old that day and Sue, who ras 1 year old. Guests were Mrs. $L. Anderson and Sherry Lou, Mrs. TV. D. 'Ley and David, Mrs. Ells forth and two children and Mrs. Carry Mussman. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Sam Alne returned to his work at Lewiaton, 111., following a several days visit here with his family. At the regular meeting of the Lions Club last week Thursday 'at the Reno Cafe, Pfc. Edward Lickteig and Cpl. Rupert Young were guests. Ed Lorenz, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Julius Lorenz, has joined the Army Air Corps and is at Miami, Fla. He had been employed at Buffalo, New York. Mrs. Ilina Gerdes went to Minneapolis Wednesday, where on Thursday she attended the graduating exercises of her daughter, Lavin, from the University of Minnesota. 'Harry Stalzer is staying at the home of Mrs. Tillie Loebig until the end of the school term. He is Size 3 to 6 4.95 8.95 Size 7 to 14 Here are darling: coats and suits for the darlings of every household IT hey're made on grown-up lines and are as trimly smart as they can be. Chesterfield, fly front, wraparound and reefer silhouettes Children's gabardine raincoats Beige, Wght Green, Red, ^elly Green, Aqua ChUOreu'8 litore on 097 Second Floor, attending St. Joseph's parochial school. The Stalzer family moved to a farm near Luverne March 1st. Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank Bleich and two children, Mr. and Mrs. Will Hauptly and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kutchara and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Bentele home at Swea City. A son of the Bentele's was home on furlough. Bernadette Bauer entertained her classmates at a birthday party at her home Monday evening. Games were played and Mrs. R. C. Bauer served delicious refreshments. Bernadette was presented many lovely gifts as remembrances of her 15th •birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kelch and daughter, Gloria Ann of Algona were Sunday over-night guests a the parental J. L Studer home. M and Mrs. Kelch attended the fun eral of his -cousin, Ed Kelch an his four children, Monday mornin at Corwtth. • Mrs. Tillie Loebig, Alvina, Rob ert and Thelma- Qppedahl wer dinner guests at the Charles Ny gaard home Monday evening o last week. Mrs. Nygaard's two sis ter's, Beulah and Doris Egglesto of Luverne, have enlisted in th Waves and expect their call soon Paul Carman has been trans ferred from Keesler Field, Miss to Love Field, Texas, where he 1 attending the Dallas Field Aviatlo school. Lou Garman, ,who left fo the Army several weeks ago, ha left Camp Dodge but as yet hi parents; Mr. and Mrs.^August Gar man, have no word of his destin ation. Mr. and Mrs. John Richter, Jr and two sons who left about si> weeks ago are now at Mercedes Texas. The climate there greatly benefitted Mrs. Richter's asthmati condition. Mr. Richter Is employe! there but expects to return to hii farm work about April 1st. Ruth Richter, R.N., is with her brothe; and family. Arlene, oldest daughter of Mra Irene Studer, went to Algona Sun day where she acted as sponso [ for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Fraser. The baby was named Troy Kenneth and is their first child. Mrs. Fraser is the for mer Jean Strieker, daughter o: Mr. and Mrs. G. Strieker of Clear Lake, former farmers in the Wesley vicinity. ' I Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Pommerening of St. Paul and Mr. and Mrs Herman Lyons and two children o! Algona were Saturday over-night guests at the parental Ed Hildman home, .Mr. Lyons had been at St Paul several days last week airc returned with the Pommereninss Sunday evening, where he will be employed. They were all Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Robert Kaire home near Sexton. SWEA CITY NEWS Mrs. Henry Kulander of Minneapolis, visited friends here and in this vicinity over last week-end. (Walt Engstrom has been showing friends and acquaintances a check for almost $2300 the proceeds from the sale of 42 spring pigs, >'r. anpl Mrs. Gordon Bjerke visited her mother, Mrs. Nellie Elliot Sunday, Mrs. Anna, Larson fell on the ice last week; and has, been quite handicapped for several days with an injured elbow- Jack Vaughn continues to be confined to bis "bed. Jle has been ill moat of / the winter, 14 double miscellaneous shower was given Tuesday afternoon at auild hail for Mrs. Marvin Sanders and WTS- Q. Pefferman. Jr. P. J. Heiken noticed robins. in Bis, yard last Sunday and Wild dupks were seen flying one eye* zdng 8 week age. A remjnje? teat in spite ot rain, sleeA fog snow, spring is really just the ta te haM. Mr. •••••I "Head Ibe Wi PORTLAND SCHOOL DIRECTORS WERE ELECTED MONDAY The school board meeting- was held at Ceneer school on Monday, March 8. Following are the dlrec* tors selected for the different districts: No. i—Bernard Phclps. No. 2—(Closed) to be appointed. No. 3—<J. C. Stevens. No. 4—(Closed) Glen- Black. No. 5—Franz Teeter. •No. 6—Herman Leek. No. 7—Earl Miller. No. S—Ray McWhorter. Martin Larson Is director-at- arge; Earl Miller Is chairman; Senry Nelson is treasurer, and Urs. W. J. Stewart, secretary. The alter two officers have served for fears and this election is held at he July meeting. It was voted to pay a teacher $95 per month, to ane holding a first grade certificate and having had a. year or more ex- erience. THE BAAS' ENTERTAIN FOR TWO U. a SERVICE SONS Mr. and Mrs. Albert Baas enter- ained at a 7 o'clock dinner a week go Sunday In honor of their two ons, 1st class seaman Melvln and ergeant Technician Wilbert, sta- :ioned In Michigan. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Bruhan of Cylinder, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lonok and Mrs. Doyle McFarland of Whittemore, Robert Bell and son, Loren and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Witt- koph of Algona. Melvin, Wilbert and their mother spent Monday With relatives in, WWttemore. Mr. And: Mr*. Wm, Stewart and children of Waterloo were weekend visitors; here with relatives and also visited at Buffalo Center. [Relatives, and. friends have heard from Cpl, Herbert Leek this week and he is; now stationed somewhere overseas; Herbert, has not been home since he entered the service last summer. Jess Harms, who> pnec&aaed and has moved on the £a*m. formerly tenanted by the Clyde Brlstow family, has. had R.E.A.. electricity Installed. This is a very convenient Improvement. Mrs. Peter Arend will be hostess Saturday, Marohi 20th( to the Portland Service ClUb. Members plan io make poem.and short story book- "ets to send to Red Cross; hospitals n army camps. They will take the material and work on them at this meeting. Mrs. J. P. Helderscheidt is at the lome of her sister,. Mrs;. Fred: Krolgh, near Estherville, for several days. Fred underwent an appendectomy Sunday noon;. March, U, at the Estherville hospital. This was the first attack Fred had suffered, but it was emergency case. and other extra-curricular active member of ttte tt«s have to be acquired in two at CotaML was One- consecutive semesters, tedgat, a ?<seelv« tBI* WUfefe. " Edgar Schmiel, Lone Rock Boy, Honored Edgar Schmiel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schmiel, Lone Rock, has been awarded an honor key by the Men's Senate, student governing group at Cornell college, where Edgar is now a senior. The criterion for awarding honor keys is based on a point system. Eighteen BftlOHT STARS OF Patent and Turf Tan If you like the fresh, bright look of patent, this is your time to shine in it! You'll like the feel ing of these patents, too, with their .firm, non-slip heels. Kresensky's FINEST GRANULATED SUGAR 5» 33c STAMP NO. 12 OUT— Point Value GREEN BEANS . . 2 »£ 2Ic WHOLE KERNEL CORN— Point Value I* BUTTER KERNEL2 »££ 23c COFFEE NAT. WHOLE KERNEL— Point Vnhre 14 CORN ...... ...... .2 2 ££ ;23c Fruit Cocktail FOR SALADS AND DESSERTS POINT VALUE 11 18 16-or. Can HILLS. FOLGER'S BUTTERNUT CBEAM STYLE—Point V0U» 1* Del Monte CORN 2 2 ^f: 23c IBLETS DEL MAIZ CORN 2 12-oz. Cans POINT VALUE 8 8c 6c 23c 35 c GREEN GIANT TENDER COR GOLDEN BANTAM 20-oz. Cans POINT VALUE 14 19 STANDARD QUALITY—Point Value- U SPINACH T CLAPP'S—Pouit Vn'.m*. i Chopped Foods*.. HEINZ—foliit Value.'1: BABY FOODS .. BLTJK ROOM—Point Value Bartlett Pears .. MICHIGAN- -Point ValBe W K1EFFER PEARS 2 CHOICE—Point VmJne Zt APRICOTS SUCK)) OR HALVES—Point Value n PEACHES .2 3c °r.-39c RED TART PITTED-—Point Value U CHERRIES,. ^ 17c DNS\VK,i:iliNKD—Point Value n Grapefruit Juice "££.• SWEET GIRL—Point Value IT TOMATO JUICE . 2 ^ SWUBT OIRfc—Colnt Vatoe 8 CATSUP 2J5S., HETTY. CROCKER—Point Value 4 SOUP MIX z ^ 9c JENNV KEE—Point Valar 4 BABY FOOD CLAPP'S 4V3-OI. Can POINT VALUE 1 PINEAPPLE 21c BROKEN SLICES 30-01.. Can POINT VALUE 24 TOMATOES SOLID PACK lOc .po i fir, VALUE u COME AGAIN BRAND PEAS 8CNMAID SEBDUES8—Point Value U RAISINS 2 i 5 ^ 1 ; 23c BULK'. SEEDLESS—Point Valoe U RAISINS ^ He SDNS\VEET—Extra Large—Point Value 18 PRUNEi ...... ^ 17e RAISINS 39c SEEDLESS 4-lb. POINT VALUB:48; TOMATO SOUP POINT VALUE 16 CAMPBELL'S BL*CK 10'/2-oz. . Can? POINT VALUE, i u. SLICED 1ABD SWJERKRWT Sc Head Lettuce 2 ^ Ac for ATi FRESH, CRISP AND SOLID 5-doz. Size PURE Lb* OOBAJ}, B«** oneS FRESH LOIN Lb. SPINACH 2 "•• 27c Oniwn. tear CALAVOS Fur " APPLES Ei ilon BAMCY ^% mmfi V2 Lb * 1 CALIFORNIA 0% '!• ' 'f^m &® 1 ^if ^ pSTOp 2 --^ lia * Iwichti •U M 5c OIJD'DUTOH ...3 SUPER SUDS _«0»( ^*- »» W«PC "* CBYSTAl WBITE 1A ***** A 5' ^^B ^^^ -^f^.f^^r' FOH HHt FABklCS II E II TEA CO '•J ' >

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