The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1943 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1943
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mam The Algona Upp«r Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, April 1,1943 LUVENEUS.W. COMPLEnNG25 WOOL COMFORTS dLuV«fine-- %e Woiflfefl at the U.S. W. organization were pleasantly sut prised Saturday evening when Mrs. », ti Cor bin arrived at the cohimunlty hall with a large pan of warm doughnuts. She arrived at a timely hour as the women had been working all evening tying comforts to be sent to soldiers. Mrs. Helen Trauger, president of the organization, was equal to the occasion and soon had a pot of steaming hot coffee and a plate of cookies and all Was in readiness for a lovely party lunch. With the cooperation of several other or- ganisations they Will soon have completed 25 'comforts, made of all wool blocks 6x8 inches, lined with dark outing flannel and filled with wool blankets. They are pretty as Well as serviceable. . Mrs. WHllam HedHck spent last Friday visiting relatives at Irving, ton. i The Lutheran •Ladies Aid will m'eet next Thursday afternoon in the church parlors with, Mrs. Ed Lenz, hostess. Miss Lillla Roggow, home economics and commercial teacher in the LuVerne school, spent Sunday at her home in Dunnell, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wegner had an their Sunday guests their two daughters and sons-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. LaVoh Dawson and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stiles and children, all of Mason City. CHATTER BOX If you try to do dishes an/d wash with hard water, you will be delighteld to know about our new water softener, BLUE SEAL CLEANSER. It's good arid it's cheap. Doesn't make red htods, either. It's the most powerful, sanitary, harmless household cleanser- and water softener on the market—for toilet and household use 3 Ibs. for 25c. —JLRr— Do you have that spot for your. Victory Garden? We have the seeds, reliable Michael-Leonard, in packages or in bulk. If you haven't obtained a garden plot, see the Junior Chamber, then •buy Michael-Leonard seeds from us. Do your bit in helping to produce the nation's food supply, and enjoy vegetables fresh from your own garden. JLRr— Our users of Kern-Tone paint. keep coming in with glowing reports on their results with this new type paint. They praise it 'for its ease of 'application and for the flat wall appearance it gives. A gallon mixed with nothing but water ' makes a gallon and a half of paint. , You apply it with either a brush 'of a Kem-Tone roller. —JLR— Then we also want to call your attention to our regular line of Sargent Paints. We invite you to compare the prices quoted below with other brands of paint. And remember, every can of Sargent paint is sold with an absolute money-back guarantee. These are our prices: Outside white house paint, gallon, $2.08; Enamel, quart, $1.25; Flat wall, gallon, $2.38; Semi-gloss, gallon, $3.30. —JiLRr— . Don't neglect those spring chickens. Mix only three Ibs. of Tanvllac Ironized Cultures with 100 pounds of your own home grown grains for speedy growth and healthy condition in your chlcKs. We can also save you money on your pig and sow feed mixed the Tanvilac way. Let us figure it with you. J. L. Richardson Hdw. SENECA GIRLS ARE COUNTY CHAMPS IN BASKETBALL Beneca—Many Senecans drove to Burt Thursday evenl-ng to see the Seneca girls basketball team battle it out with the LuVerne team to decide the Kossuth County championship. The game was well played throughout. LuVerne took the lead In the first quarter, but the Seneca girls gradually scored on them, bringing the score to a tie and then on to final victory by. a 38-33 score. This Was the last game for two of the Seneca girls, Donna Jean Boltlg and Dorothy Clemensen, who are seniors. It is also last game for Coach Bellas, as he is classified in 1A and will be inducted Into the armed services at the close of the school year. NARROWLY ESCAPES SERIOUS EYE INJURY iJens Halverson narrowly escaped serious injury to an eye last Thursday when a wrench he was using slipped and struck him directly in the eye. The injury caused a broken blood vessel and a great den1 of pain. At this writing he is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Madsen were Emmetsburg callers on Wednesday. (Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Hartshorn and children were Sunday Callers at the Earl Trenary home at Titonka. Mr. and Mri Martin Wilberg and family were Sunday dinner guests at the John Johannesen home. Mr. and, Mrs. Clarence Peterson and son spent Friday evening at the parental Herman Madsen home at Rlngsted. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Halverson and son, David, spent Sunday at the parental Peter Oiling home near Rlngsted. Mr. and Mrs. Mlllen Jensen and family were Sunday afternoon callers at the George Jensen home near Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Jens Peterson and Frank Sayre attended funeral services for Jack Vaughn at Swea City last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Engesser of Whlttemore are the parents of a son, born at the McCreery hospital a week ago Saturday. '.Among Senecans attending the boys basketball tournament at Des Moines a week ago were Mr. Bellas, Donald Bolllg, Melvin Klein and Joeby' Crowley. There will be no services at the local Lutheran church this Sunday, but on Sunday, April 11 services will be held at 11:30 o'clock. David J. Quill will deliver the sermon. His subject will be "The Man Most Misunderstood." Mrs. Henry Looft attended a board meeting of the Women's Missionary Federation of the Estherville Circuit, at Esthervllle, last Friday. Plans were made for the Spring Federation meeeting, which will be held at the Wallingford Lutheran church on May 4th. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hartshorn were Sunday callers at the Marinus Nielsen home near Burt. They report the Nielsens are all well. Myrna, who was a patient at the Kossuth hospital for a few days is reported well again and is now attending a country school near their home. iDonna Moore represented the Seneca Consolidated School at the County Spelling Contest at Algona last Saturday. Marvin Wilberg was the alternate. Donna placed about eighth. Accompanying them to Algona were Supt. and Mrs. Klngery and their teacher, Miss Donahue, News Items of Burt Vicinity The Hi-Low Bridge Club me with Mrs. O. H. Graham Tuesday afternoon. The Li. H. Riedels spent Sunday evening at the Ralph Riedel home in Rlngsted. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rosencranz of Spencer were Sunday dinner guests at the F. L. Pratt home. The Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Cook of Renwick were Sunday dinner guests at the W. J. Lockwood home The Allen (Hinckleys visited with friends at Wells, Minn., Sunday They recently moved here from Wells. Mrs. Hattie Griffin and.Bert and Gordon Goeders, Armstrong, visited the M. M. Chipmans Saturday evening. The M. M, Chipmans and W. W. Boettchers were Monday evening supper guests at the C. F. Whalen home near Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larsen and little son, Waterloo, visited Mrs. Larson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Peterson, Sunday. •Kenneth .Graham of Plymouth and Ruth Meqnesft .of: Mason City spent Sunday with' Kenneth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Grahm. The Lutheran Aid Society meets Thursday afternoon in the church basement. Mrs. E. C. Schwietert and Mrs. Ralph Steward are hostesses. The Rev. Paul Figge, Delmar Angus and Mrs. Carroll Whitehouse of Lone Rock attended a special Presbytery meeting at Fort Dodge Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hawcott, Al- pna, and Mr. and Mrs. -R. F. rlawcott were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Lulu Hawcott and Selina Clifton. Mrs. Robt. Callies and her granddaughter, 'Priscilla Stockwell of Titonka visited Sunday, afternoon at he home of Mrs. Callies daughter, Mrs. A. F. Carter. The American 'Legion and Aux- liary will meet Tuesday evening, April 6, at the Charles Scott home, with Mrs. Scott and Mrs. L. H. Schenck as hostesses. PORTLAND FARM SALE BRINGS HIGH PRICES FOR STOCK Portland—The Chris Bolie farm sale Monday was reported a very good one. It was a warm day, there was a large crowd of good bidders and high prices were paid for practically everything. Hens sold for $1.67 each, young chicks eight weeks old, 500 of them, White Rocks, brought 62c each. A sow and a large litter of small pigs went for $82. There were several groups like this. The best horse sold for $146. Machinery and other articles brought good prices. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur and baby were recent visitors at, Herman Leeks and Walter Faulstichs. The G. O. MoFarlands, Mrs. Cecil Long and daughter Marlys, were Sunday visitors at Mrs. W. J. McFarlands, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leek and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Busse and daughter spent Thursday evening at Arthur Leeks near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Elkes of Titonka, will move to the Bolie farm soon. They will farm the place for "Dutch" Lorenz, Algona, who owns the place. I (Howard Carlson,' pharmacist's mate, who was formerly a cook and has been in the navy three years, is visiting here and in Burt. He has spent fourteen months in the Solomons and later was in Australia. Neighbors held a farewell party at E. L. Dickmeyers Sunday eve- ning for the Chris Bolie family. Forty attended and lunch was served. It is understood that the Bolies will live in Burt until school is out. The Fairbanks farm, tenanted by the Herman Leeks, will have some inmprovements made. Chas Leek, carpenter of Burt, will repair the porch and paint the house, also shingle the granary, hen house, hog house and pump shed. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer spent Monday afternoon in Mason City. Mr. Hildman, manager of the local Co-Operative Sflevator, at business meeting &n& the folks did some shopping. WESLEY NEWS (Lillian, oldest daughter of Mrs. Helen Johnson, began working in the Leroy Kleinpeter store Monday morning. Alvlna Oppedal, who worked there almost six years, left recently for Hunter College as a WAVOS. Mr. and Mrs. George Hogan entertained their evening card club Sunday. 500 was played at, three tables. Mrs. George Werling and Clarence Ward received high score prizes. This concludes the parties for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman and VjWVW, IK vwwvwwwwvyvvv H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. TIP YOUR HAT TO SPRING! Berets - Sailors Bonnets - Turbans Pompadours Colors—Black, Navy, Sunni-felue, Kelly Beige, Re|d, Turf, Eose FELTS FABRICS STRAWS $1,95 $6,95 E. O. Chipman, Mrs. Lillian Sheldon and Mr. and Mrs. M. M, Chipman and Jo Ann were Sunday d>n- ner. and supper guests at the Glen Graham home at Bode. .In honor of Mr. Collin's birthday, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton and daughter, Roberta of Lone Rock, were Monday evening supper guests at the C. S. Coffin home. -Pauline Moore, who has been working in Algona, is visiting her parents,"Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Moore, for a few days before going to Washington state to work. Mary Ann Smith, who teaches at Graettinger, and Don Barnhard of Cedar Falls were week-end guests at the home of Mary Ann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith. There was no school last Friday on account of the teachers convention at Mason City. Mrs. Dolliver) Peters went from there to her home at Charles City for the week-end. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet next week Thursday, instead of Wednesday. •Hostesses will be Mrs. Roy Morgan, Mrs. Sumner Parsons, Mrs. G. P. Hawcott and Lurena Weasel." -Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Peters returned Friday from Edgewood, where they lhad attended the funeral of Mr. Peter's brother. They also visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs. H. S. Young, at Osage. Thelma Bristow, who has a beauty shop at Readlyn, visited from Saturday to Monday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow. Marjorie Baas was also a Sunday dinner guest at the Bristow home. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow, Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow and Mrs. J. G. Sewlck were guests at a pot-luck supper last Thursday evening in honor of Helen Graham's 12th birthday. Joyce Geilenfeld was also a supper and over-night guest. Shop at National and save on rationed and n o n- rafioned foods. Point values and prices are plainly marked for your convenience. Shopping is easier at your NATIONAL FOOD STORE. An honor roll was hung in the local Congregational church Sunday. Names of boys in service are: Louis Simpson, (Harold Hansen, Maynard Swanson, Ivan Johnson and Julius Funnemark. Fancy Beef Roast Pound 29c SLICED BACON FANCY QUALITY 22 C Va-lb. 4 POINTS FOR Vi LB. VEAL LOAF SLICED 27 Lb. 7 POINTS KRAUT NEW PACK Lb. ROSE FISH FILLETS __lb.33c SPICED HERRING u. 22c DRESSED PICKEREL „,. ISc WIENERS SMALL Lb. 7 POINTS "I BUY ALL MX LUMBER FROM F, S. NORTON SON" For many years successful fanners in the Algona vicinity have traded with P. 8,.Norton & Son-because they know that at Norton's they get more for their money,' More value, more service, less money, When you need'lumber or supplies, think of our yard. . Sturdy Farm Buildings Are of Vow Tangible Assets Well constructed buildings on your property are signs of your success as a landowner, Rebuild old ones now, • Fw Farm SwlM- Upon Vwjr Bequest The Nprton ?lan r Service is «t your <Jl9PPW when you order, MiUjing ' nwtfriftls here/p<wt f»H to take , advantage of the sujfg«|tions in It, W« bare Peen tor tu^e In c«r purchases 9! lunate? and building materials. Another car of lumber wW bs b) this week. mil follow, '. * ' our brooder houses and bof houses. Yo« w FW»i?S W ,- them. f ^AJSHfe-irSi-t' £K$&f\&: .''-t; GREEN LABEL—Point Vain* 3 TUNA FISH WET PACK—Potat Value 3 SHRIMP SWEET BIRL—ALASKA—Point RED SALMON HEINZ—Point Value 10 CHILI SAUCE HEINZ—Point Value 1 BABY FOODS CLAPP'S—Point Value. 1 BABY FOODS CLAPP'S—Point Value * CHOPPED FOODS .. CUT—Point Value 14 GREEN BEANS ....2 COME AGAIN—Point Value U SIFTED PEAS MICHIGAN—Point Value 21 KIEFFER PEARS ...2 Value 16-01. dan 12-ox, Bottle PURELARP IN CARTONS POINT VALUE I COUNTRY ROLL— Point Valw 8 BUTTER . ........ 9 SPAM Can Can Can 19-ot. Cani 6c 6e 8c HORMEL'S SPICED HAM POINT VALUE S Can 30-01. Can. PINK SALMON FANCY 19 -. 16-ox. C Con POINT VALUE 7 BRIED — Point Value U NAVY BEANS ...... 3 SLICED OR HALVES— Point Value PEACHES......... 2 CAMPBELL'S— Point Value a TOMATO SOUP . . .3 CAMPBELL'S— Point Valw 7 TOMATO JUICE . . . . UNSWEETENED— Point Value 4 GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 2 UNSWEETENED— Point Value. B GRAPEFRUIT JUICE. <* BROKEN SLICES— Point Value 10 GRAPEFRUIT...... 2 MOTT'E— Point Value 14 APPLESAUCE .."...S 99c '•W 26e 33c 23c 8c 23e 27c 27c 25c I Vital Messages Must Go Through Every mwt pj the wwy that fights «nd the. _. iducjcs flnd niQy0s WAT dCTUipinont* food itUes oo the telephone to f tl '' 4T , i bew «t hfliw «« Wly »wtr* o| tbf4r ?ffpe^ftbpy «nd they ve dew? evejythwg they cm te provide fee service needed to help win the wai and *J#9 Wfet your.needa m well 03 <?JH» be, ijndef u f«pr leng tffelaiiff* teUf «re o? M «mf tf ^pmanl **»'! 6* ftrerltft «! THESE FOODS ARE NOT RATIONED Head Lettuce 2 1A for 1V« FRESH, CRISP AND SOLID 5 DOZ. 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