The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1943 · Page 3
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', "'/*.'* .^«$*rf, ii, 1 MRS, SARAH WISE, ^CfiYTlitu AhtfpDf/tto jJCAlull) VDuJuliTu3 76TH BIRTHDAY ; '* Sexton—Mrs. Safah Wise quietly observed her 7flth birthday at her home on Sunday. A dinner was held at noon with only three of her eleven children present, which was as generally the majority of her children would be there. Those present at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips and daughter, Doris of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger of Burt, Mrs Mack Wise of Mason City, Mrs Drusllla DeVerte of Rockwell, Mrs Herman Wise and daughters and Mrs. Drusllla Noble of Sexton. Gas rationing and war conditions kept the children away. Mrs. Wise received many lovely.gifts and cards Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven were Sunday visitors at the home of keo Steven at Woden, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond *nd children were Sunday visitors -at the John Schuler home near » Swea City. Mrs. Mack Wise of Mason City t and Mrs. Drusllla DeVerie of Rockwell were week-end guests at the v Jiome of Mrs. Sarah Wise. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Steven and . t<^. A|»ai 15, 1943 en t of MapTeton, Minn., spent Thursday at the Harvey Steven and Mrs. Sarah Wise home. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Jenkins af the parents of a baby born Sundaji at the Kossuth hospital. This la th first grandchild for Mrs. Jenkln and the first child for the Jenkins 1 He has been named John Leslie. A family dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bolenlus in honor of Wt. Robert Bolenlus of Abilene, \Texas. Mr. and Mrs B, E. Sanders were, there from here/ Robert Is having a furlough Frank Grandjennet of Algona was a Sunday visitor at the home of his sister, Mrs. Ed Branegan. Mra. John Richter, Asthmatic Patient, Wesley, Not So Well Wesley—Mr. and Mrs. John Rich* ter, 'Jr., their two children alfd Mr. Rlchter's sister, Ruth Richter, R.N., returned last week from Texas where they had spent 'several months in an effort to find a climate favorable to Mrs. Richter's asthmatic condition, She felt very well the first few weeks, foul is not so well now. Record Broken IFor the past 21 years, a member of the O. L Ruggles family of Hed- rlck has been a student at Iowa State College at Ames. When Hubert Ruggles left school recently for the Army Air Forces the 21- year-record of continuous enrollment was broken. Eight member of the family have enrolled wit six of them graduating FIRST WAAC UNIT IN NORTH AFRICA-Washington, A;^ F' ?i', m £ Ph °, t0: The first detachment of the Woman's £Th±™" ia f y °°? S J S 2T in North Afrlca and is attached to romma^ 1 f™^*? £* **• G*" 6 ™ 1 Vwiffrt D. Elsenhower, commander of Allied Forces there. The moment for'which ^Lr%A n fr u"!, 39 S , tat ! S and the Difltrict of Columbia have ^^ th ? ^ arHved reoent 'y when they received sailing orders that carried them across the Atlantic to a spot onthf Mediterranean coast From there they were. transported by plane across North. Africa to their destination. This pioneer woman's American Expeditionary force 1, composed of picked stenographers clerks, typists, bi-lingual telephone operators and girls capable of driving staff cars and light trucks. This photo frEftf S ^ S Fi , rSl1 A ^ der <^st Sgt.) Elaine At. Olmstead, *w«h '^ ot /™ oenlx < Ariz - checking the WAACs through the plershed, as .they prepare to board the transport. WHAT STATE OF THE UNION SERVED UNDER FIVE NATIONAL FLAGS * I'M SETTLED DOWN NOW AND THE STARS AND ^TRIPES is MY FLAG FOREVER" \ Sen'd us your IFur Coat for cleaning and storage, ' News Items of Burt Vicinity Mrs. Anna Nelson, Algona, spent the week-end Thompson with Mrs. Gerta Mrs. John McGowan, Cedar Rap- Ids, spent last week at the Frank Snyder home. Mary Ann, Geltman spent the week-end with her friend, Patricia Plumb, at Algona. Mrs. C. I. Mansmlth, Bancroft, spent Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Manus. C. W. Reynolds, who is employed in Minneapolis, spent the week-end here with his wife-and stfns. Virginia Ruth Mueller, Fenton, visited from Friday to Saturday at ihe home of Mrs. Anna Reimers. Mrs. Dale Dundas entertained ler sisters and brother at supper Friday evening in honor of her birthday. Carmilla Fraser, who teaches at Blairsburg, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Fraser. Mrs. Roland Lavrenz and chil- Iren, Algona, visited from Thursday until .Sunday at the Fred Lavrenz home. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewlck attend- d a school custodians meeting at he Ben Potter home in Algona aturday evening. Mrs. Jerome Mumert of Lanark, 11., visited from Thursday until Saturday at the home of her cousin, Mrs. I. W. Hansen. The L. >H. Riedels spent Sunday evening at the home of Mrs. Ric- del's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dacken, in Algona. the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt. Vernon Pedersen of Madrid spent the week-end with his daughter Patty, who is staying with her grandpare'nts, Mr. and Mrs. Wyot Stott. John Bmmert, Mason City, visited Sunday at the J. D. Graham home. His wife and baby, who had spent a week here, returned home ,, Eelpha Rae Pratt, who is employed * at Mankato, Minn., spent SQUAWK iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiii A no WALK with him. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hobson and family, Marcus, Were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Raymond's mother, Mrs. D. T. Hobson, and son, Harold. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Hawcott and the Henry Engstroms were Sunday dinner guests at the Harris Wads- wonth home near Lone Rock. Mrs Wadsworth's sister, Mrs. Bartlow and baby of Sleepy Eye, Minn., nave been visiting at the Wadsworth home. „ •Lieut, and Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle and son, Jerry, who had been visiting a few days at the Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle home, went to Waterloo Thursday to visit the W. F. Gildners and from there were to return to Durham, N. C, where Lieut. Clapsaddle Is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz received a message from the War Department last Friday stating that their son, Corp. Richard Lavrenz, was a prisoner of the Italian gov ernment. They had received won a few weeks ago that he was miss ing In action on Feb. 17, in north ern Africa. Mrs. Paul Macauley accompanie the boys of the Cub den, of whic, she is den mother, to the river fo a picnic Saturday evening. Whll there she got a flsh hook Imbedde, in the little finger of her rlgh hand. She had to have it taken oui by a doctor and the finger is stil very painful. The Woman's Club met Monday evening a"t the home of Mrs. H. E. Rachut, with Mrs. W. H. Vogel as assisting hostess. The program included an "Analysis of Atlantic Charter and the Four Freedoms" by Mrs. W. W. Boettcher and a book study, "No Other Road To Freedom," by Leland Stowe, given by Mrs. F. L, Pratt. LEDYARD NEWS HARTFORD Shopper Solve your transportation prob- Jems with Rhythm Steps. They give you a glorious feeling of floating, ease at the three points «f strain in your foot, Wear ^hesf gay, young styles and see how -much easier it is to walk with the buoyant support of' their weightless Rhythm treads! ffe Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hardt were Swea City business visitors Monday. ' The John Steinbergs have moved Into the Anna Springer property formerly occupied by Mrs. Martha Gabel. Rev. Bohei of Swea City and Rev. Grote of Armstrong preached at the Sunday evening service in the Methodist church. Miss Madonna Holland of Cresco, former third grade teacher here, spent the week-end visiting with the Misses Hunter and Roslyn. Mrs. Orvllle, Anderson of Des Moines and Mrs. Margaret Looft of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at the N. A..Pingel home. There will be Palm Sunday services at the Evangelical and Reformed church next Sunday at 11 o'clock. Sunday School will be at 10 o'clock. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Johnson was baptized Thursday evening, Rev. E. Nuss officiating. She received the name of Sandra Lee. Rev, and Mrs. Edward Nuss drove to Blue Earth last week to visit Mrs. Joe Traff at the hospital there. Mrs. Traff has now recovered and has returned home. Mrs. August Sprank, Mrs, Geo. Thompson and Mrs. Lois Wenzel were shoppers at Swea City Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Thompson were shoppers at Algona Saturday. The W, S, O, 6, will meet in the church basement Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Elvin Carpenter and Mrs. H. Graijner as the j»os- teoseoi Everyone is cordially invited ft attend, ' . Mrs. &, G. Nitz and Virgil, Mrs. Wra, Woyd and children, Mrs. Henry Blpme, Mrs. Howard Jensen and Jajne? and Wfrs, Ma* wer« Fa^rjftont shoppers afternoon. LUVERNE COUPLE 43D ANNIVERSARY LuVerne—Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ramus celebrated their 43rd wedding anniversary ast their home Monday evening, March 29, by having the children and their families as guests. On account of tire and gas rationing the daughter Vera, now Mrs, Andrew Hanson, living at 'PrankvlIIe, Wise., and her husband were absent, but called them over the phone at a previously appointed time and had a short visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Peterson, Mason City, formerly Lillian Ramus, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramus, Des Moines, also sent congratulatory messages. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred [Hintz and son of Livermore, Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus and family, Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Wilcten and daughter; and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Darby and daughter, all of Lu- Verne.. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Darby, Des Moines, friends were also present. The evening was spent visRing and lunch was served by the children. The Ramuses have lived their entire married life in LuVerne and have many friends here who extend congratulations. ILleut. Lewis Wedel of Hereford, Texas, ia here for a visit with his sister, Mrs. Albert Schneider. Fred Schmidt, LuVerne's only blind person, was taken to the University hospital at Iowa City for Mrs. Bert Putzstuck, who recently underwent a major operation at the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Do'dge, returned home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Ltehty were dinner guests at the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Will Perkins, Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Basham and Miss Arlene Boyson visited at Mason City and Manly over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ramus, Jr., and little daughter, Janice have moved to Fort Des Moines, where he has employment. George Kabele and two daughters, Miss Frances Kabele and Mrs. Barbara Moseley, Goldfield, were dinner guests at the F. I. Chapman home Sunday. Archie Curran, Nay tah Waush, Minn., is visiting his daughters, Mrs. Chas. Clements, Algona, and Mrs. Roy Guy, LuVerne, and many other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Darby had as their Sunday evening dinner guests the Rev. and Mrs. L. Wittenburg, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ramus and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hintz, Livermore. , Gerald 'Ramus, who is finishing the school year here, went to Des Moines Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramus. | He was accompanied by Jimmiel Smith. Miss Betty Ramus went to Sumner to visit the Surby home and will also visit the Robert Surby home in Waterloo. Mrs. Robt. Surby is the former Marcella Henderson. , ,; •<( Mr. and Mrs, Otto'Ramus and children were recent gueats at the home of their two daughters and their families living near Wesley, the Henry Maars aJhd the'Charles Sorrensons. The Presbyterian Ladles Association will meet at the church parlors on Wednesday afternoon of next .week. A covered dish lunch will be enjoyed in the church, which las just been recently decorated. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk enter- :alned at Sunday evening dinner :he following: Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ttede, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 'Wolf. The evening was spent playing cards, with Mrs. Wolf and Mr. Tiede receiving high score honors, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Dimler and daughter, Vera and Mrs. Dimler's mother, Mrs, Henrietta Northrup, and their guest, Charles Northrup jf Minot, N, D., went to Mason City o spend Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hebener. They were met there by Mrs. Chas. Northrup and both returned to ^Unot. Miss Florence Hof and Alfred, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hof and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trauger and baby took their baskets to the E. C. Ross I home, Humboldt, where they ha a family dinner and met Mrs. Cath ryn Cooper and baby, who wer visiting the parental Ross home Mr. Cooper is stationed at Jeffer son Barracks, Mo. Mrs. William Blggings left eany Monday morning with two women from Humboldt for Jacksonville Fla., to visit her son and daughter in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Big gings, who is stationed there. The Humboldt women also have sons there, in the service. They were making the trip by auto. Mrs. B!g- glngs also expects to visit her daughter, Mrs. Martin Sweet at Columbus, Ohio, before her return :~ S -,,- i9~ ,-$»;*. r 'At; ."antftaga, of the death" pf.her Earl Moore, of <_ *T"^F* tt-fr^^TTJ "** ^71*-mr^!»vl T ** T t services were held Wednes, afternoon with burial in the JUT fi*t, WJ1«8 H. Rye F writes. Ws p.arents that he has juat .re- JeUvering 79 cadetg to W Jn J4W Ai ' the fail uart. Home Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Surby, Sumner, were calling on former friends here Saturday evening. They had taken their son-in-law, Gerald Johnson, to Algona where he joined a group of boys who were going to Des Moines to be inducted into the army. Mrs. Johnson, fonnerly Phyllis Surby. returned to Sumner with her parents. Other LuVerne boys going in the group were Neal Barton, son of Mrs. Kate Barton, and Francis Brayton, son of Air. and Mrs. Roy Brayton. The fMVerne Live Wires 4-H cJub g}rU met recently at the home of Gladys Yoemafl for an all day meeting. There were nine members and the. leader, j^r?, Roge Oxiey, present. The,'vice president, Vera Fett, conducted the meeting and two interesting talks were given: Mwcjne Guy's, subject was "Alterations &f Patterws 1 ' aiu j cfeartotte Guy gave a talk on "Hems," A potluck lunch was served at noon a,n4 HHS afternoon was spent sewing Patricia Guy will be hostess at the nest meeting, April 17. Mrs. Lfljj Nit? and Mrs. Blome went to Lakota V &4 •yWcb°was*h R eW a t,ffi •*•&£)( -J^^^^C'^. ^^^^^ f~f/1f£ LOW ALGONA CREAMERY BUTTER Tall Per Lb. 49 WHEATIES 2p, s , 20' GRAPENUTS Pkg. SNO WHITE BLEACH Qts. PEACHES No. Can for ONION PL'NTS 100 in Bunch Each 19' QUAKER PUFF. WHEAT HEINZ BABY FOODS Can 7 C mmi^mm PRINCE ALBERT or VELVET TOBACCO Can 10° I 0014* NUGOET FCAKE FLOUR Ol/ TU .flJl I XYDOL WHITE NAPHTHA >CAC Extra Standard 11/113 No. 2 Cans POST TOAST1ES ARISTOCRAT SODA CRACKERS CLOROX PRUNES 22? Brown's—All Varieties IO SOAPIU Bars for 11 pz. O G Pkg. 0 2 Lb. Box Quart. |A C Bottle 10 2 Lbs. for 130 I (Garden Seed Pkg. CORN STARCH GOLDEN CORN DICED BEETS 18K DICED CARROTS 18K SUNSHINE CRACKERS ILb. -*- PL • No. 2 Cans No. 2 Can CALUMET BAKING POWDER SPAN BROOMS WHOLE KERNEL CORN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE CRJSCO F™ ISoftasilk Cake Flour ILb. Can Each No. 2 Cans 46 oss. Can 17' ORANGES s™?^ LETTUCE FRESH ASPARAGUS GRAPEFRUIT ***** FRESH RADISHES •• I Fresh Carrots 2 "EM* Large Size OQe Per Dozen Vv 2 heads for 4 for 25° 2 bunches for 13° BEEF CHUCK ROAST 6pts . £ 16 10' DLLS' UlUUV KUAM PORK SPARE RIBS 1 NECK BONES 2pta BRICK CHIU SLICED BACON 4l SMOKED SAUSAGE sirnw KS wriwn>« pts. Lb. Per 4 P*s. Lb. f» V^ Lb, Ofl No Points laqh Ol pts. Pkg,' if Per 7 pts, Lb, PWN ''•f-f,^ " *-VK>^« >>«,. ,±*r . l3®jJ&$&£tK. * •? *.£.

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