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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1943
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The Algona Upper DeB Moines, Al^ona, Iowa, April 8 t 1913 ST. PAUL'S CHURCH ATWHTITEMORE TO Sat PROPERTY Whlttem&re— • TliS, voHhg members df St. Paul's Lutiie'rarrcohgre- . gallon held their second quarterly meeting Sunday afternoon In the Lutheran school auditorium. The meeting was opened by singing a : hymn and ft scripture reading and •prayer by the fcteV. WVH. blscher. : Marry Schrhellng was : taken In as :a new member'. Rev. EHscher urged i every member td buy 'bonds to help •our country In this present conflict. 'It was also voted on to give the board of trustees full authority to .sell the Theodore Elbert house and the Relnhard Behnke house, and also the Henry Krueger place which consists of .two-thirds of an acre of ground. •" Arnold Wagner moved ihis family and household goodW Suftday afternoon 'to a place cast of (Bwn •where thfe old railroad gravel pit is located/ Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carmody received word from their son, George, that Daniel Thomas, a son had arrived at the Jane Lamb hospital ift Clinton Saturday. They have one other child, a girl Sarah Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Maahs and daughter, Helen of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. George Wiehtendahl of West Bend and 'Prof, and Mrs. P. L. Jessen were Sunday evening visitors with. (Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maahs.' lElenora Voigt has accepted a permanent position with Mrs. Clara Walker In the Recorder's office at the court house In Algona. She started her neW dUtles Monday morning. For the past three months she has .been .employed In the Treasurer's office. Prof, and Mrs. «. W. Behnke were Fort Dodge callers Saturday afternoon; They also attended the funeral of the Rev. A. R. Freder- Klrig of Port Hope, Mich., which was held Saturday afternoon at the Koeper funeral home. The Rev. Frederklng was a son-in-law of H. FY C, Mueller, superintendent of the Lutheran parochial schools of the fowa West district. Mr. Mueller was a former parochial teacher here. . •Netos Items of Fenton Vicinity CLARENCE YAGER HONORED WITH SHOWER Mrs. Clarence Yager nee Helen Kern, of Des Moines,/was honored at a miscellaneous shower Saturday evening in the Methodist church parlors. The program consisted of piano selections by Mrs. Jack Tieman; a skit, "Their .First Quarrel," J With . Mrs. Amos Finnestad as the .bride and Mrs. Arlo Ranney, the bridegroom; a piano •duet, Mrs. Jack Tieman and Mrs. Gerald Voigt, and Vocal selections by Bernice .PreW. Mrs. Irene Yager of Emmetsburg and Mrs 1 ! W. P. "Welsbrod Of Burt were out-of-town ^guests. •• -•'-'•• . ' IMF. and Mrs. Ray Tietz spent Sunday, evening at .the Archie Voigt Tiome in Whittemore. * Mrs. Irene Yager of Emmetsbucg -visited from Friday until Sunday at the John Light home. Mr. and Mrs. Ohas. Nelson of Cylinder were Sunday visitors v at the Martin Hantelman home. The E. A. Weisbrods of Fort Dodge called at the Elmer Wels- erod home Sunday afternoon. (Mrs. Gerald Voigt, Mrs. R. C. •Gbetsch arid Fern Carlson visited Mrs. Voigt's parents, the Fred Geigels, near Algona Sunday. Sgt. Clarence Berkland of Topeka, Kansas', had a three-day leaye • So spent Saturday night and: Sunday at the parental Andrew Berkland home. "• ••'••'*"!•.'•'•.'-•.'•••/ •Dr. and Mrs. A. Whitlow and family of Armstrong arid Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bailey and La Von of Seneca were entertained Sunday at the Frank BaHey home. (Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pager of De'S Molnes came Friday morning for a visit at the C. F. Kern and Webber Rager homes. Clarence returned on Saturday and Mrs. Yager visited here until Sunday. ** ; '-. •Mr. and Mrs. Art Rave and three sons of Orange City visited Sunday with the Don Weisbrods. Mrs. Rave Is a sister of Mrs. Weisbrod and the Raves formerly were Ringsted residents, where Mfr Rave was 'depot agent. jOrln MoFall of Cedar Rapids, accompanied by his father, T. N. McFall, who has been in Oskaloosa for the winter, came Sunday. T. N., who left here in October will remain here, while Oyin will visit relatives until Wednesday then return home. WHfred Reimers and son, Richard of Des Moines came Saturday evening for a brief visit at the parental Henry Reimers home and to attend the funeral of his cousin, Ralph Reimers, which was held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist church in Whittemore. Joanne Maine, Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell, was baptised Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church by Rev. R. W. Kabelitz. Sponsors were Mrs. Art Bierstedt of Lakota, Mrs. Ernest Meyer of Burt and Edwin Uthof. Dinner guests were the Art Bierstedt family of ;Lakota, the Ernest Meyers Of Burt, the Arthur Jentz family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nemltz and Edwin,. .Donald and Raymond Uthof. For Now and The E/ster Parade • ' * * '.' / •: • / Smart Coats Styled 'to•meet tqdavJs neeiJs! Sizes 12/to 20 and 38.. to 44. Coats /lease evesy one within easy reach of ypuf budget. Featuring .the. beloved boxy coat. Chesterfields, high,shade fleeces, Shetland^ Herringbones, and Pastel Plaidb, Dr&say, sport, and casual styles?^' : Beautiful, "New Tailored Trim and neat are the fashions In Pastel Plaids, smooth Herringbones, and fancy tweeds ... with boxy and fitted jackets . . . skirts are flared, pleated, or gored ... a practical addition to your wardrobe. Sizes U to ,30. Vh ^ DRESSES One or Two Piece Models! 'Crisp sport styles Crepe casuals Dressy date frocks 595 You'll want to see this collection right away. New bright crepes. Large and small prints. JNayy and black with lingerie trims. Crisp /checks, Butcher linens in gay greens, reds, and leather brown with clever details. SUPER DRESS VALUES Choose your new dross from this group of printed Bembergs, and. Romalne Crepe cpmbinattons. Sizes i4 to «. ^ Spring Dress Hits Distinctive new styles. In ,Rayon Jerseys, Rayon Crepes, Jtayon Gabardines ..." Black? and Nayys, with lingerie touches. Sizes for Juniors and MMIs, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weather^ of, Hardy were Sunday guests in the Henry Helmers home here. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith and Mrs. John Lalng spent Sunday at Burt with Mr, and Mrs. F. L. Pratt. T«6h. Sgt. Clarence Wlltgen Is enjoying a 14-day leave with relatives and friends at Whittemore. He is stationed at Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Will F. Walker have returned from Cedar Rapids where they spent two weeks with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Messenger. Bernard Wilson of Lake Mills spent Friday in Algona where'he visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Wilson and his twin sister, Mrs. Vaughn Rising. L. A. Materri, Hugh Matenn and Edward Parks, Jr., spent Saturday in Spencer where Mr. Matern had a business 'mission and the boys visited Edward's relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hchners and Mr. and Mrs. John Helmers spent Sunday evening at Emmetsburg where they visited at the home of Mrs. Henry Helmers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Detrick. .Mrs. Merle Pratt left Tuesday evening for New York City, where she will visit her husband for ten days. Merle is an electricians mate, 3rd class, in the navy and he visited here on leave three weeks ago. Robert D. Ward returned to his home'in Ogden, Utah, Friday after a two day visit with Algona friends and relatives. Mr. Ward Is employed in the Ogden Arsenal. His wife is a daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rich. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Holtcamp and Virgil Spear were visiting Algona friends Monday. Both men are employed at the ordnance plant at Des Moines.' The Holtcamps are moving their furniture to Des Moines this week. Word has been received here that James Bishop has been promoted from Lieutenant, J.G., in the Marine Corps to First Lieutenant. Jim is a naval flyer on active duty somewhere in the Pacific.' His parents, Mr.'and Mrs. A. A. Bishop, and his friends hear from him regularly. Harold Walker has received his commission as Lieutenant, J. G., in the navy. He is to report in Rhode Island the 25th of this month.. For the past several years he has been employed here by the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Mrs. Walker plans to visit relatives at Salix and Nevada for a time be.fore joining her husband. Mr. and Mils. Earl Griffith, who have spent the past three months at Guthrie Center, spent the weekend with Algona friends and with Earl's ,;mother, Mrs. Anna Griffith at Swea City. Earl, who.'was.a for,- me'r Kossuth deputy treasurer, is now one of the state auditors and 'will be lo.cated at Audubon for the nex!t few months. Mrs. Lawrence Misbach has returned «fr6m a month's visit witn her husband, Lieut. Misbach. He had been sent to Omaha for a few weeks duty. He -ia in the ntQtor- malntenance dlvl§|on>of"~tlie army. Mrs. Misbach is employed as receptionist at the General hospital but she plans to rejoin her husband at Mesa, Arizona, about the first of May. Corp. Raymond Farrow is spending a 15-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Farrow. He has..been in the army two years and is stationed at .Camp Wood, Texas. Another son of the Will Farrows, Pvt. Harold N. Farrow, is located in Alaska. He has been in the army a year. He recently underwent a tonsilectomy at any army base there. Mrs. Lottie Johnson and daughter, Norma, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Johnson visited from Friday until Monday with the Ted Johnsons at Bancroft. Edward was home on a furlough from White Horse, Canada. He spent part of his time in Eagle Grove with his wife and also visited his mother, Mrs. Lottie Johnson. He left here Tuesday for Seattle, Wash. Bitenda and Billy Bohannon, chil- I dren of Mr. and 'Mrs. 'Lloyd Bohannon; are the proud possessors of two white rabbits only two weeks old. They were brought to them by their cousin from Little Rock. The mother rabbit was killed and it is necessary to feed the babies with an eye dropper. The rabbits seem to thrive on their treatment for they have doubled their size. ' Dr. and Mrs. F. E. Heathnmn and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Allen of Pocahontas spent the week-end with the former's daughter and family, -Mr, and Mrs, Wayne Allen. They also .came to see the Wayne Allen's daughter-in-law, Mrs. Gerald Allen and two children, who are now making their home here while Gerald is in the service. The two Mr. Aliens are brothers and their wives are sisters, M, A. Bartholomew flew to Cedar Falls Saturday and brought his son, Pvt. Max Bartholomew to AN gona for the week-end. Max is sta» tioned at Iowa State Teacher's College where be is taking his pre- fiight training in the army air corps. He was recently placed In the top squadron. This squadron Is PU( through the pjrefflight training in two months instead of the five months required by the. rest of the class. • Sift Raymond Alderson is home after a year In the Hawaiian Islands on a delayed enroute, is visiting, Algpna friend? and . tives and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myron AJ|4ers9i! at .Ruthven. " will go from here to It. Knox, "Mrs, Howud, French and dai ter, Jean, of TJfpnfca went to Rock ester Sunday where Jean will go through the clinic, Jean had two teeth extracted while in California and further treatment was deemed necessary for Jjer ; Jean is a grand, daughter of, ft p. French of V. V. Naudaln has been confined to his home this week with a severe sore throat. Mrs. C. C. Schaap of Sheldon spent Sunday in Algona at the home of her son, Dr. C. C. Schaap. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Durant became the parents of a daughter born Friday at the General hospital. Ruth Ann, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Burns, Is ill at her home with a strep throat. She is a juniot high school student. Air. and Mrs. Leo Spilles went to Whittemore Tuesday where they called on Mr. Spilles' mother, Mrs. Gertrude Spilles, who has not been well latey. Arlct Skaar, teacher at the Bryant school, spent the week-end in Mason City where she visited her cousin. Miss Skaar's home is In Primghar, Iowa. Pfc. Otto Hanson Is spending a fifteen day leave in Algona with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hanson. He is stationed at Battle Creek, Michigan. Pvt. Hugh Willey is spending a furlough from the army in Algona -with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Willey. Hugh is stationed at Fort Francis E. Warren, Wyoming. Mrs. J. M. Sloan of 77 East Lucas street was taken to Mercy hospital at Mason City on (Friday suffering from an • Infected kidney. Her condition is reported as improved. Dick infers spent the week-end in Algona With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfers. He is the manager of the meat department of a National Food store at Nevada. . Mr. and Mrs. Ed Parks went to West Bend Friday evening where Mr. Parks has teen helping repair a wrecked school bus. He is to make several more trips on the same job. Mr. and Mrs. Cart Haugen am little son, Bruce spent Sunday at Albert Lea,. Minn., where they visited Mrs. Haugen's grandmother. Mr". Haugen is employed here by the Botsford Co. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anliker of West Bend spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spilles. Mrs. Anliker l s Mrs. Spilles' sister. Mr. Anliker was in Algona for a check-up at the Kossuth hospital. Mrs. J. I. Merjryman and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Merryman spent Sunday at Spirit Lake where they visited Mrs. J. I. Merryman's mother, Mrs. Georgia Holcoqib, who was celebrating her 82nd birthday. Mrs. L. G. Baker returned Tuesday evening from Iowa City where she has been for the past two weeks visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Fritze and family. Mrs. Fritze is Mrs. Baker's sister. Mr. and Airs. Otto Hanson, Pfc. Otto Hanson, Mrs. Henry Guderian and son. Bill, went to Spencer Sunday where they..visited Mrs. Guderian's;' Brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Thaves, who have a new baby. Bernice Sutton is the new manager of the .National Tea Store. She succeeds Kenneth Myers, who went ?t6;Charlejs City the first of the week to be manager, of the store there, a move which is a nice promotion for him. Bernice has been employed In the local store for about a year. Verner .Sands and 'Frank. Bjil^" are new'employees" at National Tea! Frank's father with his two sons, Frank and John, formerly operated a grocery where the Hood store is now located. Frank has been managing a locker plant at Mallard. He will move his family here soon. Claude N. Ostwinkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ostwinkle, who reported for duty March' 12 in the army air forces has been classified as a pilot at the San Antonio Aviation Cadet Center at San Antonio, Texas. He took his examinations and was accepted last fall but did not., receive his call until March. Another son of the Ostwinkles, Cpl. Paul Is with the 34th division., in North Africa. They hear from him quite frequently and he reports that mail reaches him every other day. The weather there is' damp and chilly. MM, F. W. Dlngley Is spending: a few days in Des Moines where she Is Visiting her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Nugent. John Ma&nuson ha* returned to his home here after spending the winter at Elmore, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Butterfield. Mr. Magnuson is 89 years of age and he was anxious to get home to get his garden started. Mr. and Mrs. George Carmody of Clinton bAcarhe the parents of their second child, a boy born last Sunday. They have one othei child, a daughter. George, is a former Whittemore boy and he practiced law here for a time. Mrs. Frank Slillts was taken to Rochester Wednesday morning for treatment for sciatic rheumatism, from which she has been suffering for the past several months. Mrs. Shllts' many friends Wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Frank Wlnkel returned Friday to her home here after spending the winter with her children in Des Moines, Minneapolis and Clear Lake. Mrs. Winkel says she en- jpyed her visit but is very glad to be back in Algona. Everett Thompson, eon of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Thompson, has completed a course In a naval.hos- pital at Newport, Rhode Islanfl, and has been promoted to Pharmacist's Mate, 3rd class. He has been in the navy since September, 1841. Mrs. Will Blanchard of Humboldt spent Thursday and Friday in Algona visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Grace Blanchard. From here Mrs. Blanchard went to Mason City to visit her nephew, Arthur Heckart, who Will be remembered here. Mrs. Katherlne Parks has been brought home from Rochester after having sufficiently recovered from a severe case of strep throat from which she has been suffering for the past eight weeks. She is supervisor of the Kossuth county home. The surgical dressing room in the Holmes building is again open, after bfting closed for a week or ten days. All women who have dresses at the room are asked to pick them up and have them laundered. The room is open on Mondays through Friday and in the evening on Wednesday. Airs. B. A. Galbralth returned on Tuesday evening from Minneapolis where she had gone Saturday for a visit with her husband, who is a patient In the Veterans' Hospital there. He has been in the hospital for two years and he spent Christmas this year in Algona with his family. Henry Ltchter left Sunday for Chicago to join a school friend of his boyhood days in a trip to Washington, D. C., and points in .the Carolinas. The two men went to school together at St. Lucas, Iowa, and until a few years ago had no seen each other since childhood. They plan to be gone about two weeks. Pat McEnroe came home Monday from Brooklyn, N. Y., where he is stationed with the merchant marines at Sheephead Bay, for n week's visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John McEnroe. He ha? been in the merchant marines five months and is a Junior assistant purser. His sister, Patricia, who Is attending Briarcliff College at Sioux City came home Tuesday to be here during Pat's visit. • . Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders spent Monday and Tuesday in Algona where they visited Mr, Goeder's father,. John' Goeders, and 9jhfr. AiBuiia friendsj Mrs. GoeSers has just returned from Moultrie, Ga., where she visited her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Walker and their two sons. The Goeders now make their home at Clear Lake. Air. and Mrs. Joe Kelly and llttte son, Michael, arrived Friday, from Chicago for a visit with their parents, Mrs. J. W. Kelly and Dr. and Mrs. F. .E. Sawyer. Joe returned to Chicago Sunday evening, while Mrs. Kelly and Michael remained in Algona fof the rest of the week. Wayne BJuntrotn, who recently volunteered for the army, hag been stationed at Atlantic City, N. J., In the signal division of the army *lr force. Don Inskeep, who volunteered at the same time, is also at At- lantic City, Wayne wrffeS Ik staying M a h6tel at At City which IA peace time i for $48.00 a fOWM, Sl« of tH6'_ _, Inducted at the saJttie time Wayn» and Don left have been Statl6fled In the general vicinity. , Rummage and Bake Sale Saturday, April 10 KENT GARAGE • Congregational Woman's Ass'n. IOWA. THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY - APRIL 8-0-10 DON ''RED" BARRY in "THE SOMBERO KID" With LYNNE MERRICK — 2nd Feature — LiINIDA iDARNBLL AND T/iil«Tfl r K BROOKS in «<CITy WITHOUT MEN" 2nd Chapter Serial - 'Uunior 'G' Men of the Air" SUNDAY-MONDAY-TUBSDAY-WEDNES. - APRIL 11-14 DARE DEATH, DAMES DYNAMITE ,,.htWr Ifltist ai4 "fit hilniiiirt WBwf frP? rotwi HA* LOW PRICE* SUPER VALUESI SUPER SAVING1 I SUPER VAIU EVERY DAY LOW PRICES ON DEPENDABLE QUALITY FOODS GIVES YOU THE MOST VALUE FOR YOUR FOOD DOLLAR EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK LEWIS LYE j BABO j TOMATO CATSUP TOMATO JUKE CAMPBELL'S PILLSBURY FLOUR « OMAR FLOUR «• MAGIC BAKE FLOUR * PINT JARS QUART JARS [ cans for I cans L for 14 oz. f A* bot. 10 14 oz. can SUN RICH CORNFLAKES 3 01c Pkgs. m* I MUSTARD Quart ifl* _ • HIV jar IV ••••••••• GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46 oz. OAg can Per Dozen MILK Tall Cans 3,or 27" Dozen Algona Butter Ib. 49c Blue Barrel SOAP 3 bars 25fi OLOROX Quart bottle I8c 10 oz. pkg. NOODLES pkgs. 25c SNO WHITE BLEACH 2 Qte . 25c Imitation VANILLA lOc CHEERIOATS Per package I2c WHEAT PUFFS „ large jj P kg.. OC FRESH FIG BARS 2 Lb, 35c MAOABONI fc pound box I7c SPAGHETTI 2 pound box I7c SAUERKRAUT Quart glass jar I5c 18K Vac. Pack CORN I3c Sunshine 1 Ib. A | HI HO CRACKERS box L I C CARNATION MILK TaU Cans 3 for 27 C TABLE SALT 10 Ib. bag 2lc CLJMALENE Large package I9c WHEATIES pkgs for • • 4 pkgs. SWAN SOAP large bar lOc HYTEST LYE 3 cans 2lC ROLLED OATS large I j* IOC NORTHERN TISSUE RollS" 18K DICED CARROTS NO. Z can (Oc SWEET PICKLES 28 oz. Jar 18K COFFEE Ui 28c CAMPBELL'S TOM. SOUP 3 cans SOAP 43cB SAW FLUSH LUX, CAMAY M IJFEBUOY O bars 20C Large Can AEROWAX Quart bottle 39c Dwaiiies GRAPENUTS GERBER'S BABY FOOD CLEANSING TISSUES BURCH CRACKERS IMITATION PRESERVES ASSORTED JELLY OLIVES, LARGE SIZE CORN STARCH 3 cans for 500 ctn. for 21b. box jar 12 oz. jar 9 oz. •jar 1 Ib. SEEDS All Vorieti.*: 3 pkgs. 4 A for IU ONION SETS C YELLOW Lb. DURKEE'S MARGARINE 15« 29« Lb. DRY PRUNES Good Size Lbs. for PER LB. FRESH BEEF CHUCK ROAST 6pte .31c CARROTS PORK SPARE RIBS 4ptsP f $ LETTUCE NECKBONES .^iPnB"" I ; EACH MEDIUM SIZE BRICK CHDJ Nopoint8 330 ORANGES I FANOT H **, PKG. TEXAS SLICED BACON 4 pts , 19c GRAPEFRUIT I . PER LB. LAR<JE SWE I SMOKE) SAUSAGE 7 Pt3 33* LEMONS i o™,«. ™™™, *|$ A¥ARAGUS ' -K^flBHB ^^^^^ * 2 large f Qc I bunches, IO 2heads«ft c i for 4#f ! , *H : ^£Yjyr>.; -v/«• "v ^-, * ^t^-T7^*^wwr»w^wis 1**;^ ' I^Hp^' "*-* i ,^ "* * f ^ *.*•*" v , > "* H, 4 * * if 1 * *""i>-- 1 ^*r7 ^ ^ Vf *!^ iT 1 " 1

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