The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1943 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1943
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The Algona Upper BURNING LARD CAUSE OF BLAZE AT SENECA HOME Seneca—The Kenneth Thompson home was the scene of a flre Monday morning at about 9:So o'clock A pan of Tard, which was being rendered in the oven, exploded and threw burning lard all over the kitchen. Mrs. Thompson was able to throw the 'burning.ipan of lard out of the house and with the aid of Mrs. Kenneth Halverson, who also lives at the Thompson home, were able to extinguish the TBames. The Fenton flre .department was called, Vut the call Was cancelled when .the flre was quickly extinguished/ Mrs. Thompson fortunately escaped with minor burns or her arms. Announcement To my "special order" customers, and others interested in fine fitting made - to - measure suits, topcoats, or sport clothing. My Spring samples are smarter than ever. All wool fabrics,-same prices as last year, same sources of supply. Delivery in ten days to two weeks. - Appointments evenings only — either at your I home or office. Phone 610 •or write. BILLSTEELE Dell* And the week-end they visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Knutso of Lakota spent Sunday in Algon With Mrs. Ernest Kntitsoh. Paul Ellis Llndfiolm, son of Air and Mrs. Paul liindholm, is ill a his home with the chicken pox. Ted Vera, who was recently In ducted into the army, has bee stationed at Camp Robinson, Ark Mrs. Citalg Smith will eittertai the members of her evening bridg club tonight (Thursday) at he home. Mr. and Mrs. frank Thorpe an son, Larry of Ames spent the week end in Algona, which is their for merfhome. j&ieia Waller is recoverin, f roi^ an attack of the flu at th lome.of her grandparents, Mr. an Mrs.. 'Dennis Pratt. iStnma Jean Rlggenberg spoil he week-end with her parents , and Mrs. 'W. O. FUggenberg She Is a student at Iowa State Col ege at Ames. Edith, Wetter spent I Mr. and Mrs. R. F. ferry and son in Des Moines wher will spend the week-end In Minneapolis with friends. Matt Lamuth returned Wednesday from Des Moines, where he had spent a few days on business. Mrs. Anne Fechncr and Mrs. Harland spent Sunday in Ft. Dodge Where they did some spring buying for the E!lite Shop. Coach and Mrs. Melvin Nelson are moving today (Thursday) to the Bernard Yeoman house recently vacated by the Byron VanRoukels. The Graham Store has been completely redecorated during the past week with new color schemes being Introduced in .the china department. Mrs. Guy Barton of Buffalo Center and daughter, Mrs. William Larson and her son, Rex of Woden were callers Monday 1m the H. W. Thompson home. A. E. Kresensky, T. H. Chria- chilles, H. M. Hauberg, J. C. Wimmer and Roy Christensen spent Monday in Fort Dodge attending a merchandise mart. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown, Win. St. Clair and Alma Schultz attended a township meeting of the Farm Bureau at the Swea Community all on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Wayne Wolf and daughter Marcla of Waterloo returned Sun day afternoon after visiting here since Thursday with Mrs. Wolf's mother, Mrs. Laura Vandee. Mrs. Walterf Courtney underwent a major operation last Friday al .he Kossuth hospital. Her condition is reported as very good and she has been removed to her home to recuperate. Bill Plctch has been HI for several days with blood poisoning in one of his legs. The Infection .started ,vlth a blister on his heel and will necessitate his being out of school about two weeks. Marilyn Kinseth returned Tuesday from Denver, Colo., where she ad spent a few days visiting Rich»rd Thul of Bode, who is located ,t Fort Logan. Marilyn is employed t the Elk Cleaners. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wolfe and amily spent Sunday and Monday t Graettinger visiting the former's arents, who were celebrating their 4th wedding anniversary. Jack is manager of the Council Oak store. Mrs. W. Brail Wright and daugh- er, Marion Lee, were expected ome Wednesday from Des Moines there they have been visiting the /right son, Bill,and wife since Fri- ay. Mr. Wright is manager of the •raham Store here. Word from Kenneth Geilonfeld formerly employed at the National ! Seneca Pupils Buy $700 In War Stamps Seneca—The pupils of the Sene da schools have been spending their pin money for war stamps A contest has been in .progress in the high school during March Sides were chosen with Jean Wilberg and Dorothy ClemehSen captains of the red side, and Donna Jean Ballig and Marjorle captains of the blue side. The side that .bought the most stamps by-March 24th we're to-be given a the losing, side. By March 24th over $700 in stamps had been bought by the high'school students. The red •side being the winners, they were given a party at the school house Friday night. The stamp sale is still continuing. Mr. Bellas had charge of the sale for the high school. Read The Want Ads—It Pays W&X8mX8%^^ THANK YOU I wish to express my most sincere appreciation to the citizens of Algona for the expression, of confidence they made toward me when they gave me so nice a vote for mayor at Monday's election. I shall do my utmost to merit that confidence In serving Algona as its chief executive for the next two, years. Frank Kohlhaas Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Pott spent Thursday in Fort Dodge where they went on a business mission. Mrs. 'Pater Enters of Swea City Is spending this week in Algona with her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Dau. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thaves Went to Burt- Sunday where they were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sorenson. Mr. and Mils. Chris Seefleld and Harry Haris are spending this week at Excelsior Springs, Mo., where they went to rest. Mr. antl Mite. Chris Wallukalt and Mr. and Mrs. John Foth were Sunday guests in the George Foth home at Llvermore. Mm M. J. Sidwell returned to her home In Hawarden, Iowa, after a three week's visit in Algona with her daughter, Mrs. L. L. Riter. Mrs. A. J. Hertig has moved from the Andrew Peterson house on Gail street to the house on McGregor street, where she formerly lived. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson of Esthervillo were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller on Tuesday. Mr. Thompson is Mrs. Miller's brother. Dolores Elbent and Mrs. Agnes Miller were in Des Moines from Sunday until Tuesday visiting the Arne Elberts. Mrs. Miller fs Mrs. Elbert's mother, Dolores is Arno's sister. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Woodward and son, Dick, Spencer Shore and Dick Dale spent Friday at Ames. Dick Woodward enrolled in Iowa State College for the first summer quarter. Mrs. G. Thompson and her granddaughter, Mary 'Thompson of Estherville spent the week-end in Algona with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph MHler. Mrs. Thompson is Mrs. Miller's mother. Mrs. (Harry Phillips returned on Tuesday evening from Chicago, where she has been for the past week with her husband. Mr. Phillips is recovering nicely from a Decent major operation performed in Chicago. Mrs. Clinton Lighted is confined to her home this week following a fall, in which she injured her back. She has been employed lately as a saleslady at. the National Food Store and expects to continue her work next week. Mr. and Mrs. M. Sandberg went to Minneapolis last Thursday to visit in the home of their daughter. They planned to be gone about a week. The visit was especially to see their grandson, who is home on leave from the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait and family went to Humboldt Wednesday evening to take their nephew, George David Wallukait, to his lome after a visit here since Monday. The young man left the next Come and Get' Em- '•'.;-• :: " "' • • . / All. parties having fiel/d seeds'saved at the store,,.get them at once. I am shoirt of room. -' f - • . '. • • ANOTHER TRUCK OF FIELD SEEDS TO ARRIVE AT STORE TODAY - Clover from $6.10 per bu. up. Alfalfa from $21.85 per bu. up. Fancy northern grown seed Ohios, 100 Ib. bag, $4.85. Extra choice Dakota grown Certified Cobblers, $4.85, Certified Qhip- pewa see,d potatoes, $6,25. .Good soM late seed or eating potatoes, $3.50 per cwt. Full Line of Sargent Feeds Bermuda Onion Plants to arrive Saturday 2 bunches of 50 each, 35c White's Market Tea Store, finds him located at Camp BUtner, North Carolina, fo lowing his recent induction tat the armed forces. He is a son o Mrs. Walter Geilenfeld. His wife i the former Helen • Zentner. Mrs. • Donald Akre and bab daughter, Donna Jean, have bee dismissed, from" the' Kossuth fios pUalvThe new'b'tby'is the flrs great-great grandchild for B. ,P Keith, who celebrated'his ninetiet. birthday recently. The baby's fath or recently entered the army al corps. Mrs. Meryl Yeoman and (laugh tors, Connie and Sandra, are spend' ing a few days in Emmetaburg with Mrs. Yeoman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Johnson. Her brother Glen Johnson, .formerly of Algona is also home on a furlough from the army. His wife is the former Ruth Will, and she is employed in Des Moines. Charles Reilly was • a caller in this office last week. He had been down in the St. Joe neighborhood inspecting some new hay pressing machines. He recalled the days when he and his brother, Mike, did most of the hay bailing in this part of the country, often in weather so cold that lunches had to be thawed out before they could be eaten. Mrs. Inez MeNelll of Glendale, Calif., visited from Wednesday'un- til Friday with Mrs. T. H. Holmes, Sr., and Mrs. Cydney Laird in' AI- morning (Thursday) for the army. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hagg came down from St. James, Minn., for a Sunday visit at the home of Mr. iHagg"s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hagg. Elmer, who at one time was an Upper Des Moines printer, now owns and operates a prosperous job printing plant at St. James. Rev. C. O. Richardson went to Llvermore on Wednesday evening where he conducted a congregation meeting in the Presbyterian church. Rev. Richardson is moderator of the church, .which is without'a pas- tdr at present. The meeting was' to disouss plans for the calling of a new pastor. Mrs. William Dehnert went to Osage on Saturday to take her great-granddaughter, Marian Ann Larson, back to her mother, Mrs. Kenneth Larson. The little girl has seen visiting in Algona for the past ;wo months. Mrs. Larson, who is a twin sister of Mrs.' Ted Vera, has a baby son, born recently. Ensign and Mite. Wilbur Steven and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven of Sexton were dinner guests at the j. S. Muckey home Monday evening. Mrs. Harvey Steven and Mrs. Muckey are sisters. Wilbur is a graduate of the local high school and he has done well in the navy. His wife/is a former Jacksonville, i'la., girl. Mil and Mrs. C. F. Hardy of Min- leapolis and Mrs. B. L. Hardy of Winterset were guests In the Orin paldlng home Tuesday. Mr. and itrs. C. F. Hardy are Mrs. Spald- ng's parents. They were on their ray to WInterset to return Mrs. Esther Fltoh spent thrws days last week at Brlstow, Iowa, where she visited her sister, Mrs. Arnold Danlelson. They are the daughters of Mrs. P. W. (Hanson of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Reese and daughter Beverly went to Des Moines on Friday to visit their son Private Donald Reese who had a short leave from the army. They returned to Algona Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. James Kelso have moved to Algona from Whittemore. They are living in the house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Stewart, i Mr. Kelso is employed at the Pioneer Seed Co. The daughter, Mary, is employed by the Richardson Hardware. Gordon KoUasch of Algona recently had his name on the Honor Roll for the winter quarter at the Hamilton School of Commerce at Mason City. Requirement are a grade point average of straight B. Gordon is taking an administrative executive course with a major in accounting. Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee and daughter, Ruth Ann of Fort Dodge spent Sunday In Algona where they visited Mrs. Sigsbee's mother, Mrs. Louis Wegener and her son, Harlan Sigsbee. Mr. Sigsbee and Tony Foth of Bancroft are now at Prove, Utah, where they are employed as steam fitters on the steel plant project. Dri and Mrs. D. R. Martin, Mrs. E. W. Lusby, Mrs. Pearl Potter, Mrs. Josephine Southgate, Mrs. E. J. Murtagh/Mrs. Jessie Dalzlel, .Mrs. H. D. Hutchins and Mrs. T. L. 'Larson attended a district meeting of the Womans Associations of Congregational churches held at Mason City on Tuesday. The local association had charge of presentation of a gift for the Mitchtll district. Mrs. F. W. Davidson left Sunday for Mankato, Minn., where she will make an extended visit with her daughter, Clara, who is employed by the Zeno Paint and Paper Co. Mrs. Davidson had a farm sale this spring and sold her farm to the W. C. Nelsons of Mason City. Her son, Dale, is at Camp Claibourne. Her grandson, Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Davidson of Dolton, S. D., is in the navy. First Lieut, and Mrs. E. J. Capesius of Ft. Ogelthorpe, Ga., spent from Tuesday until Saturday with the Frank Capesius, the Julius Winkels and Mrs. Cdpesius' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Kipfer at Fenton. Mrs. James Tornabane, Fort Dodge, with her daughter, spent a few days at the Capesius home while her brother was here. Lteut. Capesius returned to Georgia Saturday while Mrs. Capesius remained for another week. Mr. and Mrs. Max received word from Kenneth Knudsen began work April 1 for the International BusU ness Machine Co. After a few weeki in Des Moines he will be sent to Bndlcott, N. Y., for a four month's training school. For the past eight years he has 'been shop foreman and motor repairman for the Pratt Electric Company. His wife and Algona untH he has course In York, Job is a distinct p1f<M6t{6rt and his family win W daughter, Karen, will remain in | missed In Algona, 1 •"#& BAKING POWDER CALUMET CAKE HOUR SWANSDOWN SUN RICH QUICK OR REG ROLLED OATS QUICK OR REG. QUAKER OATS 16 OZ. CAN V/t IB. PKG. 4S OZ. PKG. 4B OZ. PKG. I7c Prim In Thll Ad Eicopt on Perlih. ables Guaranteed Thru Thursday, April 8. We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantum. FOOD STORES JUICE OF Grapefruit 18 OZ. CAN HOLSUM'S DELICIOUS A A > Peanut Crunch ""00* 18K TOMATO WHOLE KERNEL, VAC. PACK 4 ft 18K CORN iff 13 u bz. BOTTLE SUN RICH, EXTRA CRISP J* tffc •€ j, • CJ rS CORN FLAKES 3 ~ 2 1< I ""* NABISCO 44> Shredded Wheat 11 ( No. FLAV-O-RITE EARLY JUNE PEAS NO. 2 20 OZ. CAN . 2o ° z - Miller have their son, Max, that he is starting officer's training at Fort Knox, Kentucky. He has been stationed at Fort Benning, Georgia. His wife is teaching at Long Point, Illinois. The youngest son, Bruce, was promoted to corporal last week at Douglas, Arizona. He Is in the ground division of the army air corps. Another son, Irving, is just completing his basic training in the army. THE CRISPER CORN HAKES POST TOASTIES u oz. PKGS. Grape Nut Flakes 6 ;° zs 54c Thurs.-Fri.-Sat - Apr. 1-2-3 Mary 8t»v«nt Flavorful Salad Bressing .«. I3c FRENCH'S Mustard .„.,„ 9c CAKOL q t. jar Salad Dressing 29c qt. jar Mustard 10c W-N BRAND PEANUT Butter e^llc MARY STEVENS Corn Starch i,b. P , 0 .7c RADIANT pkg. Dessert Powder 5c 15c MARY STEVENS EXTRACT Lemon 1 <«. b«u. MARY STEVENS EXTRACT Vanilla *„.„„«,. (Oc FttLL-E-RlPE MED. Prunes n,.*.. I6c GROUND BLACK Pepper ^. Mn 5c SELF POLI8HINO FLOOR WAX Wax-Rile Plnt 39e PENN CHAMP FURNITURE Polish „«. I8e SPAN BRAND Brooms Moh 49c URGE CANS CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP GIANT BARS LAUNDRY SOAP Blue Barrel AEROWAX, Glorox Unit lug< ban 25c HEALTH SOAP lifebuoy COMPLEX ION SOAP qt. bot. 39c Palmolive AMBASSADOR J8c Toilet Tissue HIGH TEST 6 12 or. pky. 9c Lye ralli 13 bz. 20e 20c 26c 2k Phone 631 E. State St. gona and with her aunt, Mrs. Ida, B - L - Hardy to her home.'The lat•oft. She came I ter Mrs - Hardy Is Mrs. Spalding's low cost permanent STRUCTURE OW TILE • fpr permanency, economy an4 utflity, rempjfcl ypur bam with •jtacdy, lpns~la*ting Structural day Tflp. Jfeve the job 4pne now »»4 give yaw stock better pro* tectfam throughout the year. Re* with Structural Clay . of A )&ew ban* at the cort. See u? thl* week for complete detail* and » FRPS fftimAtf PR fhe cost cf remodeling with hwd« burned Structural WPf'W; JPIpW ' - | '-*,' ' Botsford Lumber Co, Adolphson of Bancroft, to Iowa by plane a few days prov ious to attend the funeral of he aunt, Mrs, Minnie Allen, at Arnolds Park, Mrs. McNeill is a sister o Mrs. Tom Stull, a former Algonlan now living in Glendale. IMr§. Arne Pedersen Is expected home today from Denver, Colo. She will be accompanied by her sister- in-law, Mrs. Roland Pedersen anc little son, Kenneth Lee, 5-months- old, of Denver, who will spend the summer here, Arne, who is a son of Mrs. Marie Pedersen, will soon complete his army flying training at Luke Field, near Phoenix, His wife is the former Laura Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Simith. George Splklngs, Kossuth count/a only Spanish American War naval veteran, called in this office last week. He says that many of the places mentioned in the war news of the day are familiar to him, During 1 his three years of vice he was in Japan, China, Singapore and Algiers. He has been all through the Phlllipine Islands and says 'that there are from 1200 to 2000 of them. He says today's naval equipment would make the ships and guns of his day look like toys, and Aftfe, Leighton were visiting Algona friends Monday and Tuesday. They also spent some time at Emmetsburg the former's stater, Mrs, Carl Spies, and husband, and i>«d visited Lieut. and Mrs. Lawrence Misbach at Omaha. Leigrhton is stationed at Ft. Sill, OWa., and will there, ifrs, Mtebach, the Hathryn Cartoon, has been s ng the past several months her parents at Madrid while recovering from on Hlness with scia- grandmother. Mrs. Dorrenco Grecr left Mon- 'day for Des Moines where she boarded a plane for Washington, •D. C., where she will meet her husband, 'Lieut. Greer, an army pilot, who will have a few days in the capital between trips. The Greer's baby son, Dorrence, is remaining in Algona with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Morck. Mrs. Alfred Norman, who spent most of the winter at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Margaret White, in Cedar Rapids, returned to her home in Algona with the White family, who are now located in Algona. Mrs. Norman, who has recently undergone two serious operations, was brought home in the McCullough ambulance. Mr, and Mrs, Kenneth KAudson and latter's sister, Mrs. Jack Talty, went to Des Moines Wednesday where Ken began his new work with the International Business Machine Co, Mrs. Talty planned to remain in Des Moines for a visit with her parents-in-law. She is the brmer Dorlys .Knudsen, Mrs. Ken Knudsen returned to Algona Thursday. GUY KIBBEE as Scattergood Baines GLORIA WARREN Large Pkg. P&G Large Bars 43c 2nd Feature tic rheumatism and is again good health, Mw v Lawrence in bach, has been visiting her husband , past three is ex- . pected home soon. Fpr the past several nwuths she has been receptionist at tbe Pauline Moore, who for the last three years has been a mem- ier of the J. W. Haggard house- wld, is visiting for a few days at 3urt with her pajrents, Mr. and ilrs. Robert Moore. She expects to eave this week fpr Tacpma, Wash., or an extended visit with relatives there. Miss Evelyn Bropby of Hardy, has taken the place left vacant by Miss Moore, went to Spencer PA Monday and enllsfed. in the navy. From Spencer he was sent to Des Moines, where he parsed all J4s Jests and was sworn in. He ex* pected to be sent to Camp Farra- girt, Idaho. Norman was » "senjoj in the lopsl high, school and. wo* employed at the gent Ifotor Op. He made Wsjome Mrs. Pennjs, M F . and, — Extra Attractions — TWO SEKIALS "King of the Mounttes" "Junior *& Men of the Air" RID CROSS Seedless Raisins - - -4 Package 54c 2 POINTS WEEK i Sun., MOIL, Tues, and Wed. April 4-5-6-7 DAUNTLESS DARiDEVILS FI6HT AND MWEI UPOWfll H«rm«ll»X PORK NECK BONES 7 POINTS PORK SAUSAGE 7 POINTS SKINLESS WEINERS 7 POINTS RING LIVER SAUSAGE PER LB. FRESH 7 POINTS CARROTS LARGE HEAtX 25 e LEHUCE •ER LB. FANCY 29 C SWEET POTATOES 230 RADISHES PER LB. LARGE HEADS 2 large |Qe bunches 111 2 beads for 23' PER LB. TEXAS 3 bunches for 10' SM. COUNTRY SAUSAGE 33c GRAPEFRUIT 7 POINTS PERLB, FANCY LCE. OR RING BOLOGNA 23° APPLES a POINTS PER PINT CALIFORNIA PICKLED PIG'S FEET 2§* ORANGES ^29* W J tj Med.SizeAr c

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