The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1943 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1943
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The LEO SWANSON OF WHITTEMORE WEDS MASON CITY BRIDE Whlttemore—&ev. L. F. Hanscom performed the double ring ceremony which united In marriage Miss Dorothy Shinn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Shinn of ^^ ,, 1CIC ., „„* ual ,, lacll OUI< Mason City, and Leo Swanson, son day forenoon by the. Rev. W. H. fef Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Swanson of | Discher, pastor of the Lutheran Whlttemore, at the Little Brown church. Sponsors were Lt. Meta Church near Nashua, Wednesday. Gade and Wayne Gade. Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Albert NIxt, uncle Mrs. Meier had as guests at a six and aunt of the bride, attended the o'clock dinner in the evening Rev. couple. The bride wore navy blue and Mrs. W. H. Discher and sons, Norman and Paul, Mrs. Emelio Siems and son Erwin, Mr. and Mrs. William Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gade and son Wayne and daughter Nelda, Eleanor Ostwaald, Mts. Herman Gade, Raymond Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Gade and daughter, Brenda. ^Mt. and Mrs* Arthur Heldenwlth, Ralph iSebers and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potratz and son's. Jffidwavd and Richard, Visited at the j. J. Rosendahl home In Ft. Dodge Sunday afternoon. : Mr. and Mrs, Merman Meyer and daughter, Gertrude, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son, Gall, and Mrs. Bert Seeley were Sunday dinner guests at the Alfred Bruhn home near Depew. Cleo Ruth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Meier, was baptized Sun-' RALPH ROMERS, EAGLE TOWNSHIP, SERIOUS INJURY ISwea Eagle— Ralph Relmers, Ea With a corsage of pale pink roses. The bridesmaid was attired in pal blue with a red rose corsage. Accompanying the couple to th ceremony were the parents of th bride and her two brothers, Mi and Mrs. T. A. Swanson, parents o the bridegroom, and Mr. and Mrs McConnell, uncle and aunt of th bride. A wedding supper was give and: out-of-town guests were Mr and Mrs. E. Shinn and Mrs. Chni lotte Shinn of Fertile. Mr. Swanson Is in the furnitur and undertaking business in Whit temore. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butler an. daughter of Rake spent Sundaj With relatives here. Alice Juirine Kollasch and Mar Jorie Montag have accepted a position in the Woolworth store in Mason Ity. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Kuecker and family of Ames spent the weekend at the parental Mr. and Mrs Henry Kuecker home. George Schultz returned home from Marion, S. D., Saturday evening, where he was a patient at the Tieszen Clinic the past month. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt and daughter, Evelyn visited with Mr. Volgt's aunt, Mrs. John Segebarth, near Lone Rock Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker and family spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walker in Mason City. The men are brothers. In a deal made last week Werner Gade became the owner of the old Henry Bell farm, three miles northeast of West Bend. He will not move to the farm this year. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Barber attended a golden wedding anniversary Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hoskins at Rodman. Mrs. Hoskms is an aunt of Mr. Barber's. UNION NEWS Herbert Haas returned last week from an Algona hospital following and operation for hernia. Pvt. Wm. Kohl at San Francisco writes that he had the measles. He must be keeping up with the times. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Ballej spent the week-end with thei' daughter, Mrs. Cliff Aalfs and fam ily at Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mergen, newly weds, are now settled on the Nick Krieps farm in Union which Mr Mergen will farm the coming year Mrs. Stuart Thompson returned rorn visiting her husband Pvt Thompson at Camp Wolters, Texas. He expects soon to be movec ind thought their next move would be overseas. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Stoffel be still In a serious condition because of the injuries received a week ago Tuesday when his car struck a tree, throwing him out of the auto and from which he received a knee 'fracture and head injuries. The spill happened when the car struck the soft shoulder of the pavement and he lost control. The accident happened near the George B. Harner home. He Was taken to- a hospital in Algona and at last reports Is still in a serious condition. * *ugn = MM, Litfek and ,ken ft|th Bsijjhte* Wlmel? Wlohtenttalif ftftil IETY Mf, and Mrs. fred ' Jettli AM tffg dahl flgeelved thMravet pHze. Hefftian Jttattse of Ftehton, Speflt afternoon at the home of £i° .VM 1 * £M l*^*,.! 0 tftflt * Pt the united Service Wo- Immetsburg veek at the were Jack visitors last Grandgenette lome. Mr. Stoffel is a brother of "VTrs. Grangenette and is now a nineral salesman. Cecil Will, son of Mr. and Mrs. 'red Will, leaves for induction in- o the army Saturday, April 8th. ''hey have one other son in the ser- ice, Wallace, who is studying to c an aviation cadet. Morris Parsons has been assist- ig with the farm work at the Sim /eighs. Albert Leigh and small aughter, Nancy, have been having siege of the flu. THURSDAY, APRIL 1st LAST CHANCE! Thrilling Romance of Under- ground Revolt in France. Joan Crawford in "REUNION IN FRANCE" LUCILLE EVANS BRIDE OF WATERLOO SOtiDIEB Mrs. Ethel Evans last week announced the marriage of her daughter, Lucille to Donald D. Gillam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Glllam, Waterloo. The wedding occurred In a Missouri town on March 8th. The groom, after a ten days' furlough returned to his army duties In Atlantic City. The bride was born here and is a graduate of the class of '36. She attended State Teachers College at Cedar Falls two years and taught school in Mt. Auburn, Mo., two years. The ipast year she has been teaching at Renwick, where she plans to continue teaching. Miss Lucille Berg, who teaches at Webster City, was a week-end visitor at the home of her parents, the A. G. Berg's. Mrs. Herold Evans went to Rochester, Minn., Thursday to consult doctors at the Mayo Clinic. She returned home Saturday. Pearl Mitchell of Sioux Falls, S. D., and Edith Mitchell of Ft. Dodge were Wednesday and Thursday visitors at the home of Mrs. John Jongberg. Twenty-one young peopie were guests at the Emil Larson home Friday night at a birthday party for Lowell Larson. Games were enjoyed and lunch was served. Mrs. Wm. Peterson and daugh- :ers, Evelyn, Phyllis and Wilma of Bancroft, were Thursday afternoon visitors at the Walter C. Peterson home. Evelyn and Phyllis, who are students at Northwestern Bible School, Minneapolis, were home for a few days' vacation. men will hold Installation services for their newly elected officers oil Friday evening, April 19, in the Public Library Club Room. The neW officers are as follows: President, Mrs. D. D. Monlux; vice prest dent, Mrs. H. W. Thompson; recording secretary, Mrs.'H. L. Gil* more; membership secretary, Mrs. T. J. Halpln; statistician, Mrs. Karl Willasson, chmrt., assistant, Mrs. John Kohlhaas, Mrs. D. D. Monlux, Mrs. Don Alt and Mrs. E. Hegerty; treasurer, Mrs. L. S. Muckey; county historian, Mrs. A. E. Michel; local historian, Altha Hardgrove; chaplain, Mrs. A. A. Bishop) parliamentarian, Mrs. H. W. Thompson; sergeant - at - arms, Mrs. W. Courtney. The Flag committee consists of Mrs. Ben Potter, Mrs. Howard Beardsley, and Mrs. Max Miller. The project committee is Mrs. H. Post, Mrs. E. Kelley and Mrs. Henry Dearch. Besides the regular business meetings the organization meets each Friday afternoon at the legion hall for work on projects. To date 153 quilts have been made and sent out, with more In the making. New projects are the making of baby quilts for war orphans and trey cloths for hospital use. On May 7*the state convention will be held in Des Moines. Delegates from the local unit are Mrs. D. D. Monlux, Mrs. H. W. Thompson and Mrs. Karl Wlllason. VVesleyan Service Guild— The Wesleyan Service Guild, business women's club of the Methodist church, will have a special meeting Monday evening at 6r30. The out-of-town guest speaker will be Ruth Harvey, a missionary. A dinner will be Served. The com- O. E. S. met Tuesday afternoon al the temple for a luncheon anc business meeting. The committee In charge consisted of Mrs. D. D Monlux, Mrs. Mary White and Mrs. Clinton Lighter. Mrs. Laura Chubb is the president of the club. Bridge Club- Mrs. W. F. Steele entertained the members of her bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Don Alt was a guest. Mrs. Robert Williams received the prize for high score and Mrs. Alt received the second high prize. Party for Ken Knudaen— Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pratt entertained the employees of the Pratt Electric Co. at a party Saturday evening in honor of Ken Knudscn, who is leaving Alg6na. The group presented Ken with a farewell gift. Birthday Party—""" Mrs. Alwin Huenhold, Mrs. Henvy .Guderian, Mrs. Ed Thaves and Mrs. August Huenhold went to Lakota on Wednesday to help Mrs. Alwin Huenhold's mother, Mrs. WHllam Aldericks, celebrate her birthday. mittee in charge consists of Bernice Jenson, Kay Mills, Helen Passmore, Dorothy Schmidt and Clara Thorpe. Past Alatrons Club— The Past Matrons Club of the Sewing Club to Burt— The members of the Tuesday af f ernoon sewing club will go to Bur for their next meeting, when the will be entertained by Mrs. Rober Nealy, a member now living at tha place. Sewing Club;— Mrs. Herbnrt Helund entertained the members of her sewing club a her home last Friday afternoon Mrs. W. F. Coddlngton was a guest Sewing Club — Mrs. Delia Troutman entertainec the members of her sewing club al her home Monday afternoon. Mrs, Walter Klamp was a guest. Hobby Club- Mrs. R. A. Cowan entertained the members of the Hobby Club at her home on Wednesday afternoon. Ottosen News West Bend Vicinity News Items f FBI.-SAT. - APRDJ 2-3 YOUR NEWEST SCREEN SCREAM! The people's radio champion becomes the champion comic of the screen! HAROLD PEARY 2nd Feature tifo. Sanders in 'THE FALCON'S BROTHER" Fun for! tho Entire Family Saturday wrth Nancy Jan* Mary GATES -DARWELL- FIELD Mrs. Merle Holt has been appointed 4-H leader in the Wacoust •-H club. Mrs. Irvin Movick is issistant. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Manguson of Marshall, Minn., were Monday dinner guests at the George Cooper home. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid meot- was postponed to April 7th due to the interior of the church being painted. Bruce Watnem suffered injuries Thursday when his dog bit him about the face and head.. He is recovering niqely. Merle Faulk of the army has been promoted to a corporal recently. He is stationed at Camp Pickett, Virginia. Knute Oppedahl of the army has been promoted to a corporal. He stationed at the 76th General Hospital, Vancouver, Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Schneider attended the graduation of Levl Naumann, of the navy, at Ames Saturday. He has attended an eight weeks course in officers training and is now fireman first class. He •will have a 10 day leave during which he and his wife will visit Mr. and Mrs. Will Neumann at Stockton, California, before he reports at Sharon, Penn. His wife will remain in California. The Ottosen Progressive Club met at the home of Mrs. Clyde Ba- vinder Thursday afternoon. Scripture was read by Mrs. Henry Lovig. Officers for two years were elected at the meeting. Mrs. Van Buskirk is president; Mrs. Oliver Kenseth, vice president; Mrs. Henry Lovlg, secretary and Mrs. Art Tabor, treasurer. A dessert tray lunch was served. Guests were Mrs. Paul Nasby, Mrs. Chet Alme and Mrs. Ernest Enockson. George Sattern of Emmetsburg was a caller in West Bend Saturday. Miss Dorothy Urban of Ida Grove visited at the Earl Cobb home last Thursday. Pvt. Glenn Alden returned to Camp McCoy, Wis., after a few days visit with his wife and son. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Andresen and children of Wallingford spent Sunday at the Emery Bevard home. Mrs. Ethelyn Gregg and brother, Harry Thatcher of Riithven, spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Ella Clarke. Mrs. Ronald .Walker left for. Camp Hood, Texas last week for a visit with her husband, who is, stationed therel Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Spurlock of Sutherland visited last week at the home of their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderegg and Clarence Christensen spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rabe, near Fairmont, Minn. Sgt. Leslie Edwards has returned to Camp Carson, Colo., after spending a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Edwards. R. W. Jurgens of West Bend, Cliff IRVINGTON NEWS SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY APRDi, 4-5-6 AT LAST, ON THE SCREEN! THE HEROIC COMMANDOS jlN A MEMORABLE DRAMA OF LOVE AND ADVENTURE! |(pliftNDOS S C *T/ AT DAWN STARRING PAUL MUNI ,.'/•( With •:••-• '$/ ANNA LILLIAN SIB CEORIC -ROBeRT : ^ LEE'GISH-HAROWICKE-COOTE A LESTER COWAN PRODUCTION Directsii by JOHN FARROW-A COtUMBIA PICTURE on the C. S. Forester Cosmopolitan Magazine Story • Screen play by Irwin Shavy Mrs. Carl Scip left last Friday for Indiana where she will be employed in a defense plant. Mrs. David King entertained at a 'miscellaneous shower last Friday afternoon honoring Miss Bernice Reaper. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scherer and baby are moving to a farm near Fenton. Mr. Scherer has been doing local trucking. Mrs. J. C. Mawdsley and Mrs. Armor Lemke will be joint hostesses on Thursday afternoon, April 15, at the Mawdsley home for the Irvington township Ladies Farm Bureau meeting. This meeting is to be an informal party. Wayne Weaver has received i thirty day furlough and is visiting at the home of his brother, Donald, and his mother, Mrs. Matilda Weaver. Wayne has been serving In the navy for about fifteen months and has covered a good share of the globe. Mr. and Mrs. Sim Leigh have received word that Mrs. John Leigh mother of Mr. Leigh, has not been in the best of health recently. Mrs. Leigh is living with her daughter, Mrs. John Gray at Winnebago, Minn. Mrs. Leigh will be 89 years old in September. Mrs. John Lundstrum and four daughters were week end guests at the Andrew Godfredsons. The Lundstrum family is moving to their new home at Forest City from Britt where he has been employed in newspaper work. He will be engaged in the came capacity at Forest City. Mrs. Lundstrum will be better remembered here as the former Maxine Samp. Mrs. W. F. Mullica was a house guest last week at the Andrew Godfredsons and spent the week end at the A. J. Browns. Tuesday dinner guests of the Browns besides Mrs. Mullica were Mr. and Mrs. Alec McArthur. The Brown family is among the early pionners of Cresco township, Mr. Brown being a son of Alexander Brown who settled in the township in 1855. A. J. Brown is the third generation in which the given name of Alexander has been carried down in the family. Gregory of Dike and Carl Nolan of Ralston left for Washington, D. C. Saturday to look after business matters. Miss Georgia Todd visited her cousin, Earl Cobb, Friday. Miss Todd is in the Child Welfare department under the State Board of Control at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Hinton of Round Lake, Minn., and their daughter, Elaine and husband of Spirit Lake, were Sunday guests at the Hugh Dunn home. Pvt. and Mrs. James Walker arrived from Orlando, Fla., Thursday for a visit with their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E.;., Walker and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Jaeger. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer and children, spent Sunday at the' Julius Studer home, near LuVerne. Their son, Dwaine, returned home after a months visit with his grandparents. Jerry Schulter returned last week from a two weeks visit with his son and wife, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Schulter, at Phoenix, Arizona. Dr. Schulter is serving an internship in a hospital there. E. W. Anlicker of Primghar and George Montag and Walton Falb of West Bend went to Rochester, Minn., Sunday to spend the day with their wives, who are taki-ng treatment there. "Bud" McDowell arrived Wednesday morning from the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, near Chicago, and will spend a nine day furlough with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. G. R. McDowell. L. J. Kohler recently sold his house and acreage just east of town to A. C. Allen. This will make a three-way move. The Kohlers will move to their residence in town, the Thronsons to the Allen house, and the Aliens to their new home. Fancy Gress, Eli Gerber, Ernie Fehr and Louisa Zaugg took Mrs. Gress to a hospital in Rochester, Minn., a week ago Saturday. Mrs. Gress, who is the former Marie Gerber, was suffering from nervous trouble. She is still there taking treatment, her husband and brother remaining with her. Mrs. Albert Norrls and two children of Graettinger and Byron Rolfson, U.S.N., spent Friday at the A. J. Jensen home. Byron is in the sub-chasing business and has been on active duty six months. He is located at Miami, Fla., and left for that place Sunday. Mr. Rolfson is a nephew of A. J. Jensen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dorweiler and childre ncame from Clarksville, Ark., Monday to attend the funeral of the former's mother, Mrs. F. J. Dorweiler. Frank, until working in Mr. and Mrs. Max Bast, Algoftd were Sunday afternoon visitors oi Mrs. Lydia wetzel. They spent Sunday evening at the Ewtn Wetzel home at Lone Ro6k. Mr, and Mrs. Herman Mlttag and son, fflrvln and the former's mother, Mrs. F. H. Mlttag, spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mlttag and family of Truesdale. (Mrs. Oscar Kohlwes of Austin, Minn., spent a few days the past week at the home of he'r brother and family; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hlntz, and also at the John Kohlwes. home. Mr. and Mrs.. Herbert Potratz and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwlth, Whlttemore. In the afternoon they accompanied the HeWenwlths to Fort Dodge where they visited with the Heidenwlth's daughter, Dorothy, and husband, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Rosendahl. Mr. and Mrs. John and family, Mr., and Mrs. Martin A. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Dreyer and family, Mr. and Mrs.. Donald Radig and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin and. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Zumach and family spent Friday evening at the. home, of Mr and Mrs. Martin Dreyer,. Burt., Ii being their 6th wedding annlver sary. • Mrs. Dennis. Humes and daughter, Connie Marie of Washington, D. C., came the past week for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Radig. A fanv Ily dinner was given in her honor Sunday at the Radig hornet Those attending were Mr. and Mrs; Harold Gross and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Badlg; and Mr., and; Mra. Donald: Radig and family. Miss Esther Geltzenauer entertained at a "500" party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Geltzenauer, Fenton, Friday evening in honor of her birthday, which was on Saturday. Those at- endlng were Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Mr. arid Mfs. Carl JStitnaoti «lt6i>- tAlned at & "600* party SUhday'eVe* ning Ih tone* of Carl's tttth Wrth* ctey. Those attending were Mr. arid Mffl. ArthM 2ufitach and family. Mft and Mrs. Win, Kumach and family, Mr. and Mas. H. .If. Mlttag, Mr. and Mf|. John 'Schallln, Mrs. Lydla Weteel, Mf, and Mfs. Ffaftk Pdmpe, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Dreyer, Mrs. Minnie Reisner, Mf. and Mrs. Robe ft.LteWer and P BowcnWk'i m3tm*' „'ttfTftndi' Ind V' : gtiria, Mf. and M?8»'»s&H«n; the and family, FfSnton, Mf. and Mrs. Herman Ztimftoh aftd Mf. Mfs, fcetnhftrd Etofliaclt and! tt Whlttemore. High ueofe pri*6r and travel prfz* to Mtav Minnie Rldsner. WHAT , AMERICAN &TATE.SMAM RATHER 8£ RIGHT .MirMDAM HTNOICtnt. I. Let us 'cfe y<Dtnr Spring deamiiDgi ettriljr year;. We dlosm't want to disappoint atiyone' at last minmte. "i" > LlkGieaners^Jurner: , PHONE 330 • Off. POST OFFICE - ALGONA, IOWA Vichtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Will Lauck, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wichtendahl, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichten- IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIII ANSWER Henry Clay saM, ft would rather be right than president." •IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIM liad been Shopping Far Rationed 1 Is Simple at Your A & P WAR STAMPS AND BONDS SALE HCffET Trust yonr A&P to think up ways to males your shopping for- rationed 1 foods ewty.. If you've been worried about remembering- what foods yon- canrget witTr yonr blue stamps ... and what items you «an get with your red stamps,, ease your mbidl. A&P has Installed a simple system that lets you know at a glance what stamps to use- tor each rationed food. ' When you shop at A&P, the RED NUMBERS on our ration point tegs displayed: with rationed foods telt that these Items can be "bomjltfr wfflt RED STAMPS:. . * The BLUE NUMBERS on the togs displayed with rationed foods tell yon- that the stamps you are required to "spend" are BLUE. That's aff there fs to Hi. .-. .*. Beet numbers mean Hed stamps; blue numbers mean blue stamps. Tins Bst fa «uV « part of our wide assortment of Rationed Foods—come In and* see t&e rest. v •• •-• Point 12 oz. Can 6 oz. dan 7 oz. Can !4 oz. Can 6 oz. Can oz. Can 9 ox. Jar oz. Can plant at Oakland, Calif. They ro- turned to Clarksville and will move their household goods to West Bend Swift's Premium CORNED MUTTON Chicken of the Sea GRATED' TUNA FISH Sultana SHRIMP Libby's POTTED MEAT Libby's LUNCH TONGUE E-Z-Serve PORK LOAF Wilson's Boneless PIGS FEET E-Z-Serve 'HAM LOAJF Fresh Colored CHEDDAR CHEESE Held Colored •UAJjSjT C Irl Bf K!*iJj/ Mel-O-Bit Processed PIMENTO CHEESE Mel-O-BIt Processed AMERICAN CHEESE BUTTER & SHORTENING lona State Brand •• f CREAMERY BUTTER Jb. 9 I C 100% Pure Hydrogenated J Ib. DEXO Vegetable Shortenlictn. Swift's Silverleaf • 1 Ib. LARD Pkg. Cove 5 oz. MI ^ OYSTERS Can L IC Sultana 7 oz. TUNA FISH Can 2 Ib. Box 23c 27c 27c lOc 2lc 4lc 20c 47c ib.37c ,b 35c 72c 72c 5 pts. Each 3 pts. Each 3 pts. Each 1 pt. Each 2 pts. Each 5 pts. Each 2 pts. Each 5 pts. Each 8 pts., Each 8 pts. Each 16 pts. Each 16 pts. Each 63c I8c 8 pts. Each 15 pts. Each 5 pts. Each 8 pts. Eaeh 3 pts. Each I4c 23c 35c CANNED VEGETABUiS lona ••'.• '.,-..• , . Nib.. 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I7c 23c I7c 29c I2c TO WHOM W MAY CONCERN I have on this 20th day of March, 1943, received from the United Counties Benevolent Association of Algona, Iowa, the sum of $44744 In contributions from the members of that organization in memory of my daughter, Carmen Wermersen Bowman. Signed: Cecils Wermereen. - : ... . :.•..;:.':•..:», HEAD LETTUCE where Frank will work on a farm. California CARROTS Calif. Navel ORANGES Size 160 B | _ Dozen QIC Time To Plant Ripe TOMATOES Virginia Winesap M_ APPLES 3 IJw. 40C MISC. UNRATIONED FOODS Fresh From Nearby Farms EGGS Pasteurized FRESH MILK Sunnyfleld Enriched FLOUR W« ba\/» tpeclol f ••<? for all toll fypti. Gran St«d Now « low 91 America's Most Popular Coffee 8 O'CLOCK Use Stamp No. 28 FRESH BAKED GOODS A&P Enriched Sliced Bread Full 1>4 Ib. i i MARVEL loaf IIC Jane Parker Completely Frosted Cake 20 oz. 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