The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, March 18, 1943 SEMONS OBSERVE GOLDEN-WEDDING ATWHrTTEHORE Whlttemofe-X>iie hundred and thirty-five Mertds aitd neighbors gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nicolas Semon Sunday after* noon to. congratulate this .worthy couple on their golden wedding anniversary. A dainty lunch was served to everyone whb was present. Mr. and Mrs. John Arndt of St. Benedict and Mrs. .Lena Bor- ifiatt and son Lawrence of Liver* more, and Mr. antf Mrs.* Alfred Sefnon and daughters of Algona dinner guests. UElNENGEHS ENTERTAIN ON BROTHER'S BIRTHDAY Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 'Lelntnger entertained a number of relatives and friends Sunday evening in honor of , Mr. Leinlttger's t. brother, John, who had a birthday on Sunday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rusch and fanilly; Mr, and Mrs. Otto Ruhnke and family; Leo and (Sertrudo Leinirrger, frank Melne and Ralph HftrbartS, all o( Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Ffed Haack and family bf Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will and daughters; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Colwell and family of Algona; Mr, and Mrs. John Melne and Gertrude Meyer of Whlttemore. Sod was played, Otto Ruhnke winning high and Arthur Rufieh low for men, ttfHJ Gertrude Meyer winning high and Mrs. iFred Haack low for the women. Leo Leini-nger Won the travel prize. A lunch was served. • Alice Blscle who is teaching the Lotts Creek school, spent the week ehd With her mother here, Mrs. Elizabeth ElSele. . Mr. and Mrs., Hugo Meyer and Mr. and Mrs! William Meyer, Sr., were Sunday visitors at the Martin Meyer home In Garner. Mrs. P. L. Statnbrook spent the week-end In Blue Earth, Minn., at the home of her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lawrence/ Stain-brook. Ralph filbert of Omaha visited with his mother, Mrs, Margaret Elbert, Monday. She is making her home at present with her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. Allg. SENECA STARS 4-H GIRLS HELD MARCH MEET SATURDAY Seneca—The Seneca Stars 4-H Club held their March meeting Saturday afternoon at the LaVonne Bailey home. Miss Alma G. Shultz, County Home Economist, was a special guest of the club. Othor guests Included Mrs. Charles Osborn and tyarjoHe arid Mrs. Otto Wllberg. The mectljig opened with the 4-H pledge. Miss Shultz discussed the 4-H gardening and poultry project, also displayed work garments .for the 4-W girls. LaVonne Bailey gave a paper on "The Proper Care of the Skin"; Marjorie Moore gave a demonstration on "Make-up on different types of faces." In the recent drive by the 4-H girls for the collection of old sHk and nylon hose for the war effort, Donna Moore received a War Stamp as a prize for collecting the greatest number' of old hose. Her collection, gathered on horesback, totalled 240 pairs of hose. Jeane •MIUM of Super Valu Rwy D«y Low Ptltti, W* Rtitrv. tht Right to Limit Quintltlti. In Thli Ad Eietpt en PtflihlbUl QyirinlMd Thru Thundly, Mvch IB, SWANSDOWN Salad Dressing •«.* M*RV ITCVCNI Sandw, Spread. OIJ . f CAROL BRAND TASTY lAL^AD Dressing •«.* lOe SALAD STYLE 1 8K Mustard Tomato Juice 2 WHOLE KERNEL ISKCorn Sauce W. & N. Peanut Butter MOTTS Sweet Cider WHEAT MEAL MARY STEVENS Cake Flour 45c Qt Bottle 17c Double Mix CORN STARCH 18K COFFEE 28< FLOUR 9O IVORY U STARCH 91c \PALMOLIVE ^ 3'«. 20< FOR AU YOUR fl^Ett LAUflDtrtf &G LUX FLAKES THE COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD SOAP OXYDOL TOILET SOAP Lady Louise LAUNDRY 8OAP Blue Barrel POST'S Bran Flakes FLOUR 99< 22c 2: ko M8c 2-20C •ELF POLI8HINO WAX Aerowax Grape Nuts PUFFED RIOE Sparkles PUFFED WHE Sparkles Wheaties Georgie Porgie " r 23c ,mt2lc Bleach, qt. bot. IOC AMBASSADOR Toilet Tissue 6 „>!, 26c BUTTER __._____. ._lb. Mote in SANI-FLUSH ____lge. can |5 C SUNSHINE CRACKERS ____ 1 Ib. . ^ IJTEHOUSE - I9c CLEANSER ______3 cans |2c GOLD NUGGET Pancake Flour 2£ Ibs. | Q c BROOMS, good quality _ _ 29c FRUITS A,ND VEGETABLES BULK Pork S.utoge ;-__JK 29t ORANGES Pork Liver „ /. _ _ _. _lb. Large Size Fresh APPLES & P GRAPEFRUIT Minced Balogna _ _ _ _lb. 22c Summer Sausage',-_"_ lib. 29c Pork Week Bones - -, H>, 9c LETTUCE DURKEE>S PAniQIIITC Fancy Oleomargarine _-2 lb«, 59c large QOc size 0*1 3 Ibs. for 2 bunches for 2 beads for 2 bunches for 4 Or. I IT Wllberg was second high with a total of 96 pair.. The drive is continuing, so anyone having old hose to contribute should contact any 4-H girl. LaVonne Bailey had charge of recreation, after which refreshments were served by the hostess and her mother. Donna Jean Cody will, be the April hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Godden and son moved to a farm between Crystal Lake and Forest City March 1. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hatten also moved onto a farm, which thry have rented, north of Swea City. They have worked for Chris Dab] the past year. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Osborn and family visited Sunday afternoon at the home of the latter's brother and family, the George Twalts, near Armstrong. A Mr. Harper and a friend from Creston, Iowa, arrived at the Clarence Osborn home Sunday morning where they expect to remain a few days taking advantage of the open pheasant season. Mr, and Mrs. Mlllen Jensen and Mr. and Mrs, Lester Jensen drove to Rlppey, Iowa, Friday. The Mlllen Jensens brought a new saddle horse home with them, which they had previously purchased. Mrs. Charles Osborn has been a frequent caller at the home of her mother, Mrs. Chris Madison, the past days. Mrs. 'Madison, who has been confined to her bed for some ca.tl Rath home, time, does not seem to be regaining her strength very rapidly. Mrs. Myrtle Cherland Krause of TWO SHOWERS FOR SWEA-EAGLE BRIDE Mrs. Graham (nee June Larson) was honored at two showers held Saturday. At the Walter Peterson home Saturday afternoon a miscellaneous shower was held. Games were enjoyed by 40 guests. Lunch Was served. Shower hostesses were Mrs. O. A. Jenson, Mrs. Harry Linde, Mrs. Chas McElever and Mrs. W. Peterson. Saturday night a kitchen shower was held at the Wm. Chrlstensen home. The evening was spent socially. Table decorations were green ahd white and a two-course luncheon was served. Hostesses were Mrs. Albert Swanson, Mrs. Wm. Meyer, Mrs. I. G. Haugan and Mrs. Chrlstenssn. Mrs. Graham received many lovely and useful gifts. Mrs. Gordon Graham of Waterloo visited from Friday until Monday With her parents, the Emil Larsons. Mrs. Sam Gibson was called to Dolllver last week, where her father suffered a stroke and dlccl last Wendesday. (Lucille and Eernlce Rath, who work at Fairmont, Minn., were week-end visitors at the parental Burt began her duties as housekeeper at the Seneca Teacherage last Monday. Mrs. Lloyd CorneHus, Fenton, who had taken over the same duties a short time previously resigned her position so that she might be with her husband, who is in the service at Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Elmer Letcher of Alexandria, S. D., came a week ago Sunday for a weeks stay at the home of her daughter and family, the Lester Osborns. On Friday another daughter, Fern and Ray Huber, arrived for a week-dnd visit. They expect to leave the early part of the week, taking Mrs. Letcher back to Alexandria with them. Oscar, son of Mr. and Mrs; Tankard Carlson, who underwent an ST. JOE NEWS Mrs. Mike Hermann and Caroline Kollasch left Tuesday evening for Camp Claiborne for a visit with 1st Lfeut. Erwin Bormann. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kayser received word from their- son, Pvt. Hterbert, that he is stationed at Camp Lewis, Washington. iJ&ina Thiil, daughter of Mr. ard Mrs. Eugene Thul of Algona, spent last week at the Raymond tCohl- hass home. Rita Marso recently completed a course in welding at Milford and has gone to Seattle, Wash,, to seek employment. Pvt. Martfn Thllges of Lincoln, his Spent ft fHrlOtifch IftfS-1 ...„ pftreftts, *fo a»d JJW.," Thllges and ottJ6# WrfifJvW frlettds. Mr. and Mrs, HaroM Thai fttt „, the parents of ft daughter totttijt Wl* $ St. Joseph's Mercy hospital,' wm Dodge, March 11. They ftdw hfcf^ one girl arid three 'boys. Mary Ktetft Is attendifg to the household dtitiftt at the Thul home. ^iiiiiiiiiiiioiiiiiiiiiniiiiiinw SALE OF COUNTY PROPERTY __ appendix operation at the Coleman | sa hospital, Estherville, the early part of last week is recovering nicely. James Harners have purchased a tenant house, which was moved onto their farm last week. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Peterson will occupy it, where they will be employed the coming year. (Wendell Eriokson, who has been an aviation mechanic student the past year and a half at University College, Kalamazoo, Mich., came home last week and will remain here at the home of his parent.", Mr. and Mrs. Forest Erickson, until his call Into army service, which he expects at an early date. Whittemore Vicinity News Items Mr. and 'Mrs. Lloyd Luchsingr of Gra«ttinger, were Whfttemore callers Friday afternoon. The iLotts Creek Farm Bureau will hold a meeting Friday at the P. L. Stainbrook home. Miss Alma Schultz will have charge of the meeting. • Mary Kelso, Emily Alig, Rosella and Elenora Voigt and Marjorie Weber, all of Algona, were home over the week-end with their respective parents. Louis and Arnold Baas of Westbrook, Minn., visited Saturday anc Sunday at the homes of Mr. anc Mrs. Chris Meyer and Mr. and Mrs William Lauck. Joseph Keene, son of Mr. anc Mrs. Theodore Keene, is spending a nine day leave with his parents here. Joseph enlisted In the navy and is stationed at Great Lakes. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Dahlhauser and daughter, Angeline, Mr. anc Mrs. H. Dahlhauser and son, o: West Bend,- visited with Grandma Elbert at the Conrad Allg 'home Sunday. Mr. George Schultz and daughter Janice visited with the former's husband from Sunday until Monday at Marion, S. D. Mr. Schultz Is at the Tieszen clinic in Marion taking treatments. , In a deal which was completed Monday Hugo Meyer bought the Fred Lehman farm one mile southeast of Whittemore. He will not take possession this spring as hu wants to do considerable remodeling before moving to the place. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer and son Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Ralph Sabers visited at the Herman Meyer home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and daughters Arlene and Phyllis and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gall of here, and Mr. and Mrs, Hugo Faulstich and daughters of Lotts Creek, were Sunday afternoon callers. A number of relatives gathered at the Herman Volgt home Saturday evening to remind them of the 30th wedding" anniversary. Those present were 'Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, Mr. an4 Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Ralph Sebers, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber and son Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Mathahs and Joseph, of here; Rosella and Elenora Voigt and Marjorie Weber of Algona. Cards were played and lunch was served. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seeley, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Archie Voight and son James. <A card party was held at the Fred McWhorter home Sunday evening honoring Mrs, R. A. Behnke's birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Harms of West Bend, Mr. and Mr. John F. Baas, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weber and son Dennis, Raymond Voigt, Mr. and Mrs. John Origer, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Behnke MAYOR'S PROCLAMATION • I, Frank Kohlhaas, • Mayor of the City 9f Algona, Iowa, do hereby notify the qualified electors of the said City of Algona, that the regular biennial municipal election of the said City of Algona, will be held on Monday, March 29. 1843. The officers to be elected are as fojlows: Mayor, Treasurer, Assessor, and six Cpuncilmen, as follows: \ A Councilman from the First Wprd, a Councilman from the Second Ward, a Councilman, fjom. the Third Ward, a Council man from the Fourth Ward, two Councilmen-aHarge, and, a Park Commissioner for % term of six years. Polling places will be as fpj* lows: First Ward at the Legion HaU, Second Ward at the Kent Mptor Company. Third Ward at the Third Ward. Sphool JJoyse, Fourth Ward at the Qtty Kail, Polls wilj be Qpen. from , ft o'eioek a. <rn. to, 8 o'clock p. m, Govern yourselves accordingly. and daughter Ruth Ann, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Rochleau, and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bauman. Five hundred was played at four tables, Mrs. Simon winning high and Mrs. John Baas low for the women and John Baas high and Mr. Rochleau low for the men. A delicious lunch was served at the close of the evening. BUY OHEK-R-CHIX; THIS YEAR Order your Chek-R-Chix from us now and be assured of getting them when you want them. 50c per hundred discount on March chicks up to March 24th hatch. SWEA CITY HATCHERY Phone 35 Swea City, Iowa 8tf The Board of Supervisors will offer for sale, a piece of property now owned by Kossuth County and known as the Cook property just south of the Fairgrounds. This property contains approximately three acres of very good ground, every foot of which is productive, a newly shingled six-room house, a chicken house, wood shed, and a good well. Would be ideal for a chicken ranch. Sealed bids will be received at the Auditor's office, Algona,, Iowa, until noon March 30, 1943. A certified check in the amount of $50.00 must accompany bid, and bidder, if successful, must agree to pay cash, or one-third in cash and balance in monthly payments. The Board reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. J. H. Fraser Chairman, Board of Supervisors. 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