The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 15, 1943 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1943
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SENECA BOLLIGS HAVE THREE SONS WITH UNCLE SAM Seneca—Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bol- llg received word from their son, Howard, early last week that he has now landed in Africa. Howard, who is in the Signal Corps, was first stationed at Camp Crowder, Mo., and later attended Radio School at Kansas City. Final train- Ing was received at San Barnard, California. The Bolligs son, Gordon, who enlisted in the navy in December, 1942, is now a petty officer, 2nd class, and is an inspector at the Martin Bomber factory in Baltimore, Maryland. A third son of the Bolligs, Kenneth, enlisted in the U. S. Marine Corps on September 19, 1942. He received his training at San Diego, Calif., and was then transferred to the naval base at Alameda, Calif., as a Marine Guard. He recently received the rating of Private First Class. Sunday dinner guests at the A. E. Nelson home were Mr. and Mrs. David J. Quill of Minneapolis. Gloria Peterson sustained a broken arm, above the wrist, while roller skating at school last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metzgar and family of Algona were Sunday callers at the J. W. Bollig home. Mesdaimes Alfred Enrtess of Ames and Albert Ullestad of Alden arrived Tuesday at the parental Jens Halverson home for a brief visit. They expected to return to their respective homes on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Oleson and the Norman Thompsons entertained Sunday in honor of Alvln Oleson, who is enjoying an army furlough. Guests included the Kalmar Randas, Ringsted, the Albert Codys and Curtis Olesons. Pvt. Alvin Oleson, who has been on desert maneouvers in California, arrived at 'the parental Sam Oleson home Saturday for a thirteen day furlough. Saturday evening callers at the Sam Oleson and Norman Thompson home included the Sigurd Olesons, Kalmer Randas, Albert Codys and Curtis Olesons. (Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen entertained Sunday afternoon in honor of their son, Billy's birthday. Guests included Mrs. Jennie Jensen and Linus, the George Jensens Ralph Jensens and Mr. and Mrs August Nelson, all of Ringsted, also Willard Appelt, Swea City, and Betty Nelson and Mr. Welcher, Mason City. Among Senecans who attended the Estherville Circuit meeting being held ait the Depew church Sunday afternoon, included Mesdames Jens Halverson, Alfred Enness, Albert Ullested, Linus Jensen, also Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg and daughters, Beverly and Dennis Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen, Fenton. S SEEN IN^VOGUE Holeproof ••e. u. s. Pot. on. Luxsliccr Rayons Exclusive Beauty Lock process preserves first wear beauty! High twist the secret of increased elasticity, and resistance to snagging! Sheerer! Duller! They're Beautiful Flattering . . . Serviceable! Luxuria' Luxsheer Full fashioned Full fashioned Cotton Rayons Novelty Lace Meshes $135 'Department ,Sfores - CASABLANCA CONFERENCE—Casablanca, N. Africa— • Soundphoto-^Approved by War Dept. ami O. W. I.: Left to right: General Henri Honore Giraud, President Roosevelt, General Charles De Gaulle and Prime Minister Winston Churchill during the historical conference when It was decided there was to be "no surrender". News Items of Fenton Vicinity Valerian Jentz of Des Moines and Mrs. Melvin Mansager. They spent the week-end here with home returned Monday. folks. Sunday dinner guests at the Kosseick of JacobJZwlefel home were Mr. and the A. R. Willrett J" home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett visit- JTH-. aiiu «no. «.. iv. , -.. |ly. Afternoon callers were ed Sunday afternoon at the Lewis R a i p h Rledels of Ringsted. Price home near Lakota. -- - -Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Mueller and Dolores visited at the Alfred Bell home at Whittemore Sunday evening. Vivian Madden of Haifa and Elsie Reimers, a Seneca teacher, spent the week-end at the Joe Madden home. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Stoeber were Thursday night supper guests at the V. *J. Tatum home. Viola Mueller, teacher at Randalia, came home Friday morning and visited until Sunday evening at the parental F. F. Mueller home. Mrs. Hannah Anderson of Swea City came last Tuesday night and will visit until the middle of the week with her daughter, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and family. Betty Holland of Pleasantville, who is a student at Ames, spent the week-end here with Ruth Dreyer. Miss Holland is doing practice teaching at Sac City. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Weisbrod and Pamela and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Menz and Lynne were visitors on Sunday evening at the Clair Bollinger homo near Lone Rock. The A. A. L. met Friday night at the F. F. Mueller home. "500" was played at four tables. George Jentz won high score honors and Emil Bierstedt low score honors. The Sophomore Home Economics class entertained the faculty members and their wives and the board members and their'wives at a 6:30 dinner Friday at the school house. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bell and Loren of Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests at the Herman Gade home. Eve- __ing callers were the Hugo FauU sti'Ch family. iDr. J. A. Mueller went to Minneapolis Sunday on business. He was accompanied by Mrs. Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyers and Mr. Soy Beans! t We have several cars of seed beans coming from Commodity Credit Corporation. Supplies of seed beans are very limited and we urge you to place your order now. These beans are of good germination and we are booking them at $2.50 per bushel Illinois and Indiana grown $2.25 per bu. Iowa grown The Iowa Agricultural Conservation Committee is urging farmers to inoculate all beans planted this year. The Research Department of the American Soybean Association reveals that proper inoculation of the seed will incrase yields from two to four bushels per acre. The cost of inoculation does not amount to more than ten or fifteen cents per acre, and at the support price announced for soybeans this small expenditure of money and time will probably mean an increase in returns to the grower of from four to eight dollars per acre. DON'T DELAY! Book your Soybeans and buy your inoculation today. Supplies of both are very limited. Davenport Elevator Company West Bend, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Householder are the parents of a 9 pound girl born Sunday, April 4, at the home of Mrs.- Householder's parents, the Jacob Zwiefels. She will be named Rebecca Ann. Mr. Householder left Sunday, April 11, for navy training. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Meyers and Joan, Mrs. Melvin Manaager, Phylis Frank and Hadley Bailey .attended a play, "Captain Applejack," put on by students of the Junior College in Estherville on Friday night at the Roosevelt Auditorium. Betty Ann Meyers had a leading part. 'Fred Dau celebrated his 79th >irthday on Sunday. Guests at the fohn Ruhnke home that afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dreyer, Alvina and Ruth, Mrs. Herbert Rossiter and Mary Alice, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bierstedt and family and he Hugo Berninghaus family of near Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod and two children went to Klemme friday evening to attend the wedding of Mrs. Weisbrod's cousin, Berlin Pringnitz to Pvt. Lowell *tau of Texas, at the Liberty church near Klemme. The Weis- irods were .overnight guests of ilrs. Weisbrod's parents, the Geo. Schoenwetters, Klemme, and re- urned h'ome Saturday morning. The Auxiliary met with Mrs. S. 3. Straley on Friday afternoon. Sleven members and two guests vere present. Roll call was "A lousehold hint." The Auxiliary gave 15.00 to the Supply Shelf in Des iloines. Mrs. Jorgenson conducted a Flag quiz. Anyone wishing to join the SPARS or WAVES can con:act any Auxiliary member. Mrs. Wilbert Holidorf and Mrs. Carl Nielson were guests. Donald John, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck, was baptized Sunday morning at the Fairville church. Mrs. Hildreth Pettit and Wilfred Bierstedt were sponsors. Dinner guests at the Beck home were: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haack, l,yle and Delores, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt, Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt and Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit and fam- ly and Rev. and Mrs. Alfred ilehder and Bort. and sons and the Ray Zwlefel fam- the Lorenz Family of Wesley Soon to Have Three Sons In Service Ed Lorenz, who was called in the Army Air Corps on (March 27th, is now at Miami, Fla., where he will receive his eight weeks basic train- ng. Joe Lorenz is an instructor at the air base at Norfolk, Va. Paul [jorenz, who was 18 in February, has taken his blood test and expects his call soon. He is a seniflr in the high school. EDW. FROM, WESLEY, GIVEN AIR MEDAL AWARD (Wesley—Edward Froellch has been awarded the Air Medal for his services during the Aleutian Island campaign last year. It Was for meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight during action against enemy Japanese forces throughout the Aleutian Islands campaign. •Edward, 32, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Froelich, is chief aviation mechanic with the tJ. S. Navy. His wife, the former Frances Clepp of Pensaeola, Fla., and their two chH- dren, Eddie and Nancy, are living in Seattle. Mrs. Oliver Young was quite sick over the week-end. Verla Johnson of Mason City spent the week-end in Wesley. (Mrs. Vincent Cruise was 111 and confined to her bed this week. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Benton spent Sunday visiting relatives in Humboldt. Pete Wirth of Story City came Saturday for a few days visit here with relatives. _ Leroy Beebe of Renwick spent Sunday at his parental George Werling home. Dr. and Mrs. R, K. Richardson spent the week-end visiting relatives at Blooming Prairie, Minn. Paul Engen recently purchased the lot just east of the Sam Alne residence, fron> the Swen Pearson estate. Andrew Meiftan of Mild visited at the home 61 hit daughter and e<Sn- In-law, Mr. and -Mrs. George Foertsch, last week; . • Mf, aftd Mrs. ffidmund Loebig and son, Jimmy, of Algoftg visited at the «. M. ttansen and Ed toebtg homes ladt week. ' Pupils of the 6th and .6th grades In the parochial school enjoyed a vacation Friday. Ilielr teachet, sister Jeanette, was ill. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kelch and daughter, Gloria Ann of Algona were Sunday guests at the parental J. L. studer home. Mr. and Mrs. iLewiS Kent of Burt were Sunday guests at 'the home of their -daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom ' McMahon and_ family. Alfred Nelson, who' has been confined to his bed several weeks, was reported to be much improved and able to Sit up Monday. .Ethel Flom visited her mother, Mrs. O. K. Flom, at the hospital In Rochester. Mrs. Flom will submit to a major operation this week. Mrs. Tom Forburger observed her birthday Friday. She and Mr. Forburger were entertained at the J. L. Haverly home that evening. (Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dirksen and family of Albert Lea, Minn., spent the week-end, at x the Urban Lickteig home. The ladles are sisters. Mrs. Joe Smith of Buffalo Center speilt several days last week visiting her daughters, Mrs. Vincent Eisenbacher and Mrs. Albert Lickteig and their families. Stella LJoyd returned to her home In Mason City Sunday evening. She had spent the week-end here at the home of her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Anton Goetz. . H. P. Engen recently purchased the residence where he and his wife have H&MJ- MAtHlftt. IK,tha Jotral Jr. I*, swdef tbdk hi* *&«, lay, back to Mlftrtd Sunday Mr. and MM. atatt tfellnfer weftt to Mason City Sunday, and bought home their nmeMflortthS'Old datigh* let, who had been a patient 1A the fawipftit fey wr day*. 41* **Wi* WiSdlcal tteftt fo* «ft 65* infeatlon. to Mr. and Mrs. George „„„„,... afc th«lf,far«l h6rte. Th» infant lived .but & ahett time and Wtt« btirlsd «ft St. Joseph's carnetery Saturday nobn, <3edfge'B mother, MM. Theresa'tfoertseh, la caring for her daUghteHn* aw and Mrs. Geofffe -Foertabh's sister, Bernadhift Melnan of MIW, «a doing the housework. , ' for the faster Parade Excitingly pretty Eats That will catch all eyes. Perfect atop your Suits, your dresses, they do wonders for your pretty good looks. Come take your pick from our assortment of berets, sailors, piquant Mjaby' calot^with full blown flowers planted all over. All with plenty of eye appeal—plenty of budget appeal too, • THE ELITE Four Corner News Mrs. Arne Pedersen spent Sunday night at the Harold Miller home in TUonka. .'Mrs. Roland Pedersen and Kenneth Lee spent Sunday night at the W. R. Smith home. Mrs. Arne Pedersen spent Monday night at the home of her •mother-in-law, Mrs. Marie Pedersen, Algona. Sunday collers at the E. C. Witham home were Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus and family. Fourteen neighbors and friends met at the Leo Ramus home last Tuesday for a farewell party for her grandmother, Mrs. Jess'« Royce. Mrs. Royce left the following evening for Los Angeles, Calif., to visit her daughter, Mrs. Dana White. The afternoon was spent visiting and taking pictures. Mrs. Royce was presented with a cameo locket and chain. The occasion was a triple celebration as it was also Mr. and Mrs. Ramus' sixth wedding anniversary and Johnnie Ramus' fourth birthday. Ice cream, cake and coffee were served by the committee. § SENECA NEWS ttttawtfnKttr*™^^ Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schu^er and family of Mallard were Sunday dinner guests at the Irvin Classon home. Sunday guests at the Martin Wilberg home included Mr. and Mrs. Hans Presthus and family, Bau-< croft, and the Lawrence Johaa- nesens, Lone Rock. Commended The Mapleton fire department received a check for $50 from W. J. Haubrich, owner of a lumber yard recently endangered by fire. The fire was soon under control and Mr. Haubrich took that means "of thanking the fire department for its good work. NATIONAL BREAD ; •**•. »*. *°0/' COFFEE 33c HILLS, FOLGER'S or BUTTERNUT USE STAMP NO. 26 Mb. Jar PEACHES 2 SLICED OR HALVES 30-oz. Cans POINT VALUE 24 CHERRIES RED TART PITTED POINT VALUE 14 NATIONAL RAISIN FILLED COFFEE CAKE .. ROUND ANGEL FOOD CAKE 15c EMh 27 c PAN ROLLS ___doz. 6c RYE BREAD l-lb. Loaf f AJ« IOC 29 c SLICED WHITE BREAD HONEY BUN .... NATIONAL FRUIT COFFEE CAKE . . NATIONAL SANDWICH BUNS '' V 12c NATIONAL CINNAMON ROLLS Ik V 13c NATIONAL FRUIT ROLLS . . • "'. * 13c NATIONAL MAID TOAST ........ "£ U , M lOc HAZEL BUCKWHEAT PANCAKE FLOUR PLAIN OR KOBHER DILL PICKLES . . PLAIN MINUTE GELATIN FORT DEARBORN TABLE SALT,... NATIONAL PLAIN WHOLE WHEAT NATIONAL BREAD Fkc. Qt. Jar 8c 22c 15c Cracked Wheat NATIONAL BREAD »* • 2Ic r* • \' i '*; i t t (. * PAAS EGG DYES 3 lk£ , 25c SAI.r.UNO Butterscotch Rolls ^C' 10 c SODA CRACKERS ^ - KRISPIES iix 31 c TOP SEAL OR REGULAR JAR RINGS ....2 rk(> . 9c HAZEL BRAND Kitchen Towels 3"SjS5r* CLEANS DRAIN PIPES LEWIS LYE ....3 WAX PAPER RAP-IN-WAX ... To?, 1 ' MORTON'S DOG KIBBIES ... WINDOW CLEANER WINDEX Ivory Soap 3 6 "' lOr C o k c i ^B ^^f V Palmolive ^ 3—20 1 BATH SIZE.. 3 CAKES 29c Northern LOIN OR RIB END ROASTS-7 PORK LKESH juium* »„««*» BullJieads - No points _ vww«*Cf Sliced Bacon - 8 flVtU^f^ „ . l^fra Veet.- 2 Pt8. ^-- TOILET TISSUE FRESH, CHISr AND Pascal Celery FOR A SAUP THAT'S DIFFERENT Calovo Pears 2 <°< lie TEXAS 9ROWN—FRfSH AND CRISP Radishes . , 2^- 13c CALIF, QROWN f« 9« AND CRISP Asparagus «>,.,,.-'- ^u Bch$. ••Pi ' " Calif. Grown Green and Tender WASH. STATE EXTRA FANCY GRADJ Apples . , , 2".%9c TEXAS GROWN CURtY4|AP Spinach . . 2 ">• 23c LARGE, REP RIPE ^LICSRS Tomatoes , * » y>. 27c Ariw^t "M •TEA l2?3s3i.._

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