The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 25, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 25, 1943
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The Algona Uuppw Pea Moinefl, Al^ona, towa, March 25,1943 PAUL mm HEAD CREAMERY FOR COMING PAR Fenton—The annual keeling of the members arid patrons of the Fenton CO-<5peratlve dreaiflary 'Company was held oil Saturday, March 26, at the gymHaslutri. The term of two directors expired and they were re-elected. They were 'George Stems and M. E. Burwash. 'Thatcher, of West Bend, was the speaker. After the meeting the board at directors met and elected Paul Nemltz president; George .'Sienis, vice president; A. H. Meyers ^secretary and treasurer ^and Fred Kuecker, •'"manager. Lunch was .served 'by Circle 6 of\ the WSCS. ,, Miss Nan Hewitt spent the week: «nd at her home at Northwbod. Miss Charlotte Dunn spent the •week-end with, home folks at St. -Anthony. / ' Mr. and Mrs, Carl Kern visited th.elr sdn,(Melvln and family, near -Algona Sunday. i (Ella and Ruth Mae Kyhl of Mason • •City spent the week-end at the par •ental Robt. Kyhl home. 'Mr. and Mrs. BJ. A. Welsbrod of Ft. Dodge visited Sunday here at the Elmer Welsbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Laffey and family of Armstrong were-Sunday dinner guests at O. EL Stoebers. Valerian . Jentz of Des Moines came home Sunday for a few days ' sal the parental F. W. Jentz home. Rev. J. G. Waterman, of Stratford, former Methodist minister :here, called on friends here. Monday. ' ^ •Betty Ann Meyers, a student at ihe Junior College In Esthervllle, . spent the week-end at the parental .Alfred Meyers home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mueler 'and ; family of-Lone Rock and Arthur fihroeder were Sunday afternoon callers at, the L. JS'. Mueller home. .Lillian Baago went to Mason City ^Saturday night and visited over .Sunday with her sister, Leona, who :has been Inducted into the. WAVES. .Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyer and •Joan and Betty Ann, the latter of -of Esthervllle, were dinner guests Sunday at the L. J. Weisbrod home. Mr t and Mrs. Paul Cornelius and Hay and Rosemary spent the wee.c- •end in •Lake City visiting the Jim Davis and the, E. L. Cornelius families. • The annual stockholders meeting of the Farmers EleVator Company -will be held on Saturday, March.27. Officers will be elected and other business matters taken care of. • Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit entertained at six tables of 500 on 'Thursday night. Mrs. Hilbert Bler- stedt won-high for the ladles and -Art Volgt high for the men. Florence Newel, who teaches at Bemldjl, Minn., arrived here Saturday night for a week's vacation at the G. W. Newel home and with •other relatives and friends. Mr. and MrS. Hilbert Hantelman of Minneapolis and two of their sons, Phillip and Paul, visited 'from , "Thursday afternoon until Sunday at tie of Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and; David andjhfr. and Mrs. Jlenry Tleman were entertained at •dinner Sunday at the John Tteman Jiome. •',' Mr. and Mrs. George Jentz and family and the Mark Simmons and Harvey Hlgley families of Fair- 'jmont were Sunday dinner gueats at the O. H. Hanna home near Lone _ Hock. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck are parents of a 6% Ib. son born Monday morning, Mafch 22,. at the Me- Creery hospital In Whittemore. They have one other child,'a daughter, Doris-Emelle. ( Mr. and Mrs. Ewald* Kohlwes of Austin, Minn., Mrs.'Everett Dreyer and Roger, Mrs. Paul Eigler and Judy and Mr. and Mrs^ Richard, Portrat* of Whltt«ff6re vHHed-Strn- day at the John Kohlwes. » Mr. and Mrs. George rfefttz, Mr. and Mrs. A. H, HannaTMf. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller and Mr. and Mr*. f t W, Jentz and Tamil? were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Walter Krause home. Mr. and Mrs. Prince Romlnger, Mrs. Frank Bchittschheldef, Darlene and, teugen'e, of Des Molrfes, Mi's. John Hengel and Art were Saturday evening dinner guests at the Allan Bellinger home. Mr., and Mrs. Hilbert Hantelman and sons of Minneapolis, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wm,' HIahtelman, Sf., and Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Hantelman and family were dinner guests Sunday at Martin Hantelmahs. • . Mr. and Mrs. Paul Turk arid two small daughters, Phyllis and Janet, and Bob Turk of Masori City f Mr, and Mrs. L. M. Koltdorf, Jean alTd June of Ceylori, were Sunday dinner guests at,tHe Robt. Kyhl home. Sgt. Maynard Mueller of the Merced Flying School at Merced, Calif., came home Saturday on a 15 day furlough at the parental L. E. Mueller home. He was met at Fort Dodge by his parents and Herman Thllges. Mrs. Jake Hengel and Art, Mr. and Mrs*. Allen Bellinger and family of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Prince Romlnger, Mrs. Frank Schatt- schnelder and two children and Virginia Hengel, all of Des Moines, were Sunday dinner guests at the Richard Hengel home. The Evening Bridge Club met Friday evening at the J. A. Schwartz home. Playing for absent members were Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Relmers, Mr. and 'Mrs. Gerald Volgt and Mr. and Mrs. Paul JElg- ler. High score honors went to Mrs. Relmers and Fred New£l. Mrs. August Krause of Spencer came Thursday for a Visit until Tuesday at the parental P. V H. Jen- sen'home. Dr. Krause, who Is now located at Cherokee, and .Dr. Perry Jensen of Blanchard - visited Sunday at the Jensen home. The Krauses will move their household goods to Cherokee the first of April. Circle 6.of the WSCS met Monday at the home of Mrs. E. W. Ruske. Twelve members were present and Mrs. Veronica Mullica, a guest of Mrs. Gerald Voight, was a guest of the Circle. Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod led the devotions and the lesson was given by Mesdames F. P. Newel, Walt Widdel and Reinhold Laabs. "Lunch was served. The next meeting will be April 16 at the, home of -Mrs. Gerald Voight. Janice Ann, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hanover, was baptised Sunday morning nt the Fairville church. Sponsors were Alfred Bruhn and Mrs. 'Alfred Bierstedt. Dinner guests at the Hanover home in honor of the event were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bier=. stedt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hanover, Sr.,;-Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hanover, Jr., Ed Bruhn and-Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tietz of Whittemore. Afternoon callers ewre Mr. and Mrs. Wm.. Lauck of Whittemore. Save Pigs! Walriiit Grove Minerals and Walnut Grove service have given the. Corn Belt farmer more for his money than any other combination on the market. If your intention is to raise more pork, drop me a line, and I wUl talk over hog problems with you. I can save you pig trouble. The proof is my personal service, given to customers for 22 years, some of the customers your neighbors. Ask them. This service is free. H. S. Fain HUMBOLDT . "PHONE 297-M '^^.' SLACKS get around! Fop,work\ ,, for play , • * for 1 p u; n gi n g 'fQWWCl the house Jt'8 slacjis for /smart corolortll Besides SHT> lug your ttults and drosses, thpy tflt^F' to yQHP> wish fpy 1 wnt trJmuess, §{9^ to t<> gQ» -^*- WOMAN'S CL(* At DOAN HAS ELECTION OF OFFICERS Doari*-The fooan Woman's Club was entertained &t the Dale Struthers home on Wednesday March 17, Mrs. Gordon Hansen being: an assistant hostess as they 'are now having two programs at teach meet- Ing since the meetings had been discontinued after December 16th; Roll call was answered by "A favorite flower" and "Hazard to health I have eliminated." The lessons "Home Hazards and Their Prevention," by Maud Brink and "Make Your Yard fieautlful," by Elno Buffington, were given. Thrift week by Olga Hott and garden week by Pear.1 Asa were given. Surprise by hostess' was a contest answered by names of flowers, Pearl Asa wlnnfng first prize and Mrs. Nola Hoover second.' Guests were Mrs. Nola Hoover and Mrs. Henry Mertz. All members were present, except Mrs. Mary Young, Mrs. Marie Chrlstensen and Mrs. Ruth Hansen. A color scheme of green and wMte was carried out in the nice lunch that was served. Election of officers was also held and Mrs. Pearl Asa was elected president; Ella Martmek, vice president; Olga Hott, secretary; Thora Cosgrove, treasurer and Mabel Hansen commltteewoman. Miss Cora Hansen has been at Rochester the past week for a physical checkup. Gordon Stevenson and three friends came up from Des Moines Sunday morning and spent the day hunting pheasants with the former's friend, Harold Martlnek. Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Glrres are parents of a girl born at the Kos- suth hospital* March Id. This Is the third daughter in the family. Mrs. Ray McMahon, wn$ now lived In Sioux city, came last Tuesday, March id, and visited until Monday of this week at the par* ental L. A. Boleneus home. •Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Boleneus that their Son, Pfc. Robert Boleneus, has been a patient in the hospital at Camp Berkeley, Texas, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rlngsdorf of .Burt and Mr. and Mrs. George Clnk of Wesley were visitors Sunday at 'the A. J. Martlnek homeland In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz and Mrs. Ruth Sparks visited. Dean Sparks arrived home Tuesday morning from Great Lakes naval station and spent until Sunday evening with his mother, Mrs. Ruth/Sparks, and other relatives. A family dinner In rls honor was given at the home of a brother, Howard, near Burt, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Goetz and family at tended. Ottosen News Herman Kramer attended a soy bean meeting at Hotel Warden In Fort Dodge Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lovlg and Barbara spent Friday night at the Glen Pogeler home at Badger. Mr. and Mrs. James Struthers entertained , a group of friends at a card party Wednesday evening. Mrs. Alf. 'Lee entertained a group of frjends Friday night in honor of her- husband's birthday. The high school pupils entertained at a St. Patrick's party, it the school house Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hagen and family, of Des Moines spent last WE'VE BOTH Two lovely dresses for dress-up hours. One a gay print.. . the other a delicately lined pastel ... both f welcome' relief for few and far • between leisure hours! Sizes 12 to 20—18f£ to It's Spicy! It's Nice! CALF Tailor«d styles that aro smart and sensible! -BOOMPS TOE SQUARE TOESI High or lower heels! AAA to B 1 - * » , week end at the Aforgan Itagen home. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Moen was baptized Donald Lowell In the Lutheran church here last Sunday. iltfra. Merle Faulk left Monday for Camp Picket^ Virginia, where she will visit her husband, stationed in the army. Mrs. fraul Nellsen went to Mast- Ings, Nebraska, last Friday where" she will visit with her husband who Is stationed In the air corps there. Mrs. Helen -Rastnussen entertained a group of her son Raymond's friends on Thursday evening In his honor prior to leaving for the army the 25th. Thd Otteson American Legion Auxiliary had a carpet rag sewing bee at the home of Mrs. Hannah Hansen Tuesday. A pot luck dinner was served at noon. Mrs. Ralph Richards visited Mrs. Helen Campbell at the Warren Dailey home In Humboldt Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Campbell Is much Improved at this time. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and Shtrley spent Sunday at the J. M. WjJfa^ ' ^CO/tT 29.50 ^ ,/>, *** •$** -•- ' We'd like to meet the gal who won't go for this impeccably tailored coat in a big way! Camel's hair type - l^rool; with saddle stitched fly front and two simulated patch' pockets. Welt-stitched too, for sturdy wear! KRESENSKY'S Blanchard home at Lone Rook, where they visited with Eugene Blanchard of the army who Was transferred from Fort Bennlng t6 Boston, Mass. Mr. and Mrs.- Ernest Ettoekson and girls visited afcthe Wm. Cooper home Sunday and with Lt. Russell A. Cooper, of the army air corps, home on leave for a few days. He will leave Tuesday night by plane for Tampa, Florida, near where he will be stationed. x A farm bureau meeting was held at the Maple Lawn school house Friday night. Mr. Hansen of Dakota City gave a talk oft Be0s. A speaker from Ames gave a talk on stock. Hostesses were Mrs. Will Wehrspann, Mrs. Key mond Wehrspann, Mrs. Mike Cayle, Mrs. Joe iLeltl and Mrs. Roy Tel- The Presbytenlan Ladles* 1 Aid met at the church parlors Friday afternoon with Mrs. George Cooper and Mrs. Earl Long, hostesses. Scripture was read by Mrs. Ralph Richards. Reading by Mrs. , J. VartBusklrk. There also was election of officers /for the coming year with Mrs. Mike Coyle, pres-, Ident; Mf* Iderit; tits. and M The the home iif ifittj. era Wednesday afternoon, ture was fAd Bfr "Wearlh' dlfjtftd (Jf the lesson was fiVen , nest Ettockson; Reader |£Hgeii Mrs. Joe Arillker; feadlftg ~ Harold Jacobson; solo ^by Long. Visitors were Mrs., Struthers, Mrfl. Geo. Stfu Ruth Struthers, Mrs. B. O, enour and Mrs. Harold Jacobson,' Office Spring Date Summer Sport , Fall Travel Winter School v nufnber pf t\W8$ 'Or yotflj oo4 looking classic! pleatea gklft , » , to lus- UNCIL STORES YOUR MEALTIIVIE FRESH VEGETABLES «itl be Scarce and Expensta FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MARCH 26 AND 27 PURE GOOSEBERRY PRESERVES Buy your Garden Seeds at Council Oak while our assortment is complete. No Ration Points required as yet. Use Gooseberry Preserves as a "Butter- Saver." Your family will enjoy delicious Gooseberry Short Cake, Packed in reusable table glasses. Double-Mix BUTTER STRETCHER Combine 1 pound Butter and 1 pint Milk with "Double-Mix" and the yield is 2 pounds of butter. ,Per Package .. 100 Pound Glass 27c "Always Fresh Coffee" Regular »nd Drip Grind. Save the jar for Home Canning. Pound Oflc Jar . wll COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS FOR THE LUNCH BOX RING LIVER SAUSAGE, Pound 24c HEAD CHEESE, Pound .......29c Pickle ft Pimento Loaf, Pound 32c SUMMER SAUSAGE, Pound . .35c PORK NECK BONES 2 Pounds I Ex for 100 SLICED PORK LIVER . 180 Per Pound OLD FASHIONED A A .. BEEF ft PORK LOAF, Pound. .340 Per Pound BULK SAUSAGE .. 290 Per Pound POLISH < SAUSAGE ::. 340 Eat More Fish and Share the Meat WHITING FISH, Pound . ....I8c NORTHERN PIKE, Pound ...25c CODFISH, Pound Brick .....33c JUMBO BULLHEADS, Pound . .39c MACARONI and SPAGHETTI POUND BAG .. 150 - ROLLED OATS 'QUICK and ' E Found REGULAR .... 9 Orlgr.Bag LEWIS LYE ' dh flA^VCt mm,^m ^mt ^***^|? lift m± y FOR c3C O'CEDAR "No Rubbing" CREAM POLISH LARGE 4ft w BOTTLE ;, Qj(jp Regular O'CEDAR POLISH 4 Ounce 19c 12 Ounce .....39c Pabsl-ett Pkg. I8c Magical- PLANT BALLS PEB BAIiL 25e Old Country HARD TACK PACKAGE CRUNCHY COOKIES cup Robb-Ross . Y? teasppon salt Whole Wheat %' cup sugar Cereal • % cup butter cups flour 1 egg teaspoon bak- • M cup milk Ing soda 1 tablespoon 1 teaspoon bak- " Robb-Ross Ing powder Vanilla Cream together the sugar and hutter. Add milk and well beaten egg. Stir in dry ingredients, which have been previ9usly mixed. Add vanilla. Boll out % inch thick on slightly floured board. Cut with cooky cutter. Bake in moderate oven for 10 minutes. Makes 3 dozen cookies. These cookies are children's favorites. < ROBB-ROSS WHEAT CEREAL Per Pkg. I4c MILLER'S , CORN FLAKES So taatr cerved i7lth Fresh JYuttJ 2Pkgs. !5c GRAPE-NUTS FLAKES JLarge Package Wheat Cereal • land.'' Inst. Oatmeal sssssss ypfe... ARGO STARCH CORN and GLOSS '70 POUND BOX .. All Purpose WINESAP APPLES ^M j-jbs* Jt for 250 BEST VALUE in Oranges is to he had in large SunMst Navels. "Surikisl" LEMONS Large Size 4 for 110 SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT, 6 for ......... ..,260 FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES, Dozen ..........29c GREEN TOP CARROTS, Bunch '2 fqr 11C 9CEBERG LETTUCE, Large Head .>.. .'2 for Nancy Ann "Enriched" BREAD 24 «, (10 P. & G. SOAP PRODUCTS CAMAY TOILET SOAP, 2 cakes I3e P & G LAUNDRY SOAP, 6 giant bars ,,27c IVORY FLAKES, small I Co, large ...,25c OXYDOL, medium lOc, large 2Bo, giant 69o Ma Brown , Whole Wheat BREAD 24 S. 150 High Quality Chick Feed No Corn- „, .' 25 Ib. bag , n »,^. x l n ,,.,^j| f |f| With Corn _ti___\,^,_ 251b,Jb«g \ !,, With Com'----%-r—r^-^lOOJbi Egg Ma»h „„„**„*—*~ T- f00 Ib. v^ : -?;;J!' J «s HsT-v t-Jsa* v^^i^aiBj; j

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