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PROCRESSIVE CUJBATOrrOSEN BUYS WAR BONDS The Ottpsen Progressive Club met at the home of Mrs. Elmer Iflllnfrfldn on Thursday afternoon. Bight members responded to roll call. Doris Shipley was elected as delegate to attend the county meeting at Renwlck on April 17th. The club decided to buy a war bond at this meeting. This organization has donated $21 to the Red Cross and has also been asked to sponsor names of girls eligible to join the WAAO's. "The World Today" was decided upon as the topic for next years study. The meeting was closed by ainglng "God Bless Our Men." A lunch was served by the hostesa. The Presbyterian Ladies Aid met .at the church parlors with Mrs. Mary Schneider and Mrs. Caroline 'Telford as hostesses. The afternoon was spent sewing for Red Cross The Algona tTpper Pea MolfMs, Algoaa, Iowa, April 16,1943 Thursday - Friday . Saturday April 15-16-17 TIX the Old . Chisholmlrai A UNIVERSAL PICTURE —2nd Feature— Maxie Roseilbloom Henry King and Orchestra .'—iSerial— • "Junior 'G' Men of the Air" Sun. - Mon. - Tues. - Wednes. April 18-19-20-21 "Mm Tana... Lure Of The Islands!' To love me is tabu, but the fire of my caresses is desire Jby men of all nations! Lieut. Marvin Lcist of the Army Air Corps came home Monday tot a few days visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jake Letst. He Is being transferred from Austin Texas, to a base in Missouri. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met a the church parlors Wednesday afternoon. Scripture was read by Mrs Henry Lovig. The program consisted of readings by Ernest Enockson and Evelyn Splech and a solo by Mrs. Cliff Lander. Plans were made to sew for the Red Cross at the school house on Wednesday, April 14. The interior of the church has been decorated recently, which has improved the appearance to a great extent. Lunch was served by the hostesses. A pot-luck dinner was held at ihe Donald Larson home on March 28th in honor of Mr. and Mrs. lames Vinoas on their birthdays, Mrs. -Vinoas being 78 on Sunday and Mr. Vinoas being 80 years of igo on March 26th. Those attending ncludod Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dan- cls and family of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nash and family of Dakota City, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lee and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Vinoas and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Vinoas and Janice, and Mr. and Mrs. James Vinoas. A pot-luck dinner was held at the Eugene Hoflus home Sunday in honor of Corp. and Mrs. Knute Oppedahl, home on leave from Vancouver, Wash. Those attending were Mrs. Cora Bacon, Mr. and Mrs. .Floyd Bacon and Joan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thompson, Mrs Bob Leason and Carroll, all of Algona; Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl and Richard and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and Peter, Mrs. John Vinoas and Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Alf Lee and Terry, all of Ottosen; Mrs. Newton Mack and Jean and Ann of Carroll; Mrs. May.Tie Hoflus and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elston of Gllmore City, and Mrs. I. W. Nelson of Lone Rock. Mrs. W. H, Hockey returned Saturday from Rochester, where she went through the clinic. Mrs. Craig Smith entertained the members of the Hrtbby Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Howard Platt entertained the'members of the Thimble Club at her home Monday afternoon. Earl Vincent, former fair board secretary, began work Monday at the Iowa Ordnance Plant at Burlington. J. L. Richardson la expected home Friday from Texas, where he accompanied a friend on a business trip . Mrs. It. A. Cowan will entertain :he members of her bridge club :hls (Thursday) evening at nor will 1 O • I * T "• I O B O Y" O A I f :OWERY WILLIAMS STORM —2nd Feature— John, Payne - Maureen O'Harn . ju "TO THE SHORES OF TRIPOLI" Added Attraction "Pearl Harbor" Tires May Be Had For Farm Tractors According to Robt. M. Loss, U. S. D. A. chairman, rubber tires may now be had for farm tractors which are used for commercial purposes where pulling combines and corn pickers is done on a commercial basis. The U. S. D. A. InvestigatPS and recommends the tires and the O. P. A. issues them on such recommendations. This does not mean that a farmer who uses his tractor solely on his own place can change to rubber. However, if he can show that he is doing combining and corn picking for neighbors to any extent he may get the rubber. Also, where a farmer is working two places some distance apart he may also have his steel changed to rubber. Drivers and Chauffeurs License Test Dates Drivers and chauffeurs license tests will be given at the sheriff', office, Algona, on AprH 26, May ll and 24 and.June 7 and 21. Similai tests will be given at the Legion hall, Swea City, April 19, May 3, 17 and 31 and June 14 and 28. Adv.-15 A. J. CQGLEY, Sheriff home. Tom Carmody, genial assistant postmaster at Whittemore, was a welcome caller in this office on Monday. Mrs. Henry Gudcrlan went to iakota on Tuesday evening to bring ler mother, Mrs. F. W. Thaves, to Algona for a visit. Beulah Rapp of Cedar Rapids arrived Monday evening to visit for a week in Algona at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ed Sheehan. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom spent the week-end -at Cedar Falls. They attended the funeral of an aunt of Mrs. Blossom's held at Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Woodward and son, Richard, went to Albert City on Sunday where they visited Mrs. Woodward's father, James Little. H. L. Woodward went to Sioux City on Wednesday where he will remain the rest of the week attending a meeting. Bell Telephone Co. ORCHARD O WjNERS This is the time to take care of your orchard. Start now with a Dormant Spray and tree pruning done by a tree expert. ' John H. Foth Phone 134 518 N. Thorington Algona 15* Mrs. Jack Craig and children returned to their home at Renwick Thursday after spending a few days here in the parental A. J. Hertig home. Rosalie Swanson, first-year student at Cornell college at Mt. Vernon, spent the week-end in Algona with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H, Swanson. Mrs. Josephine Stanton left Monday for Langley Field, Va., where she will visit for five weeks with her son and wife, Lieut, and Mrs. Mark Stanton. Mrs. Sterling Johnson and Larry and Judy Kay of Madison, Wis., spent from Tuesday until Thursday of last week with the former's sinter, Mrs. Jim Shipley. Mrs. William Turner has returned to her home after being a patient at Kossuth hospital. Mrs. Turner-suffered a heart attack and is now doing very nicely. Donald Orton, who has been in the army several months, stationed in Florida, is x expected home the last of the week for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton. Mrs. S. W. Meyers is visiting her sister, Myrtle • Rasmusson in Minneapolis this week. Dr. Meyers and the two sons plan to go to Minneapolis Sunday to visit and Mrs. Meyers plans to return with them. TITONKANEWS Private Arthur Loats of Midland, Texas, arrived home Thursday afternoon for a 10-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loats. On Friday evening LeRoy Loats, who attends a seminary at Dubuque, came home for the night. He returned Saturday afternoon. Corporal Walter Baada of Camp Polk, 'Louisiana, arrived home Saturday evening for a visit with lome folks. On Sunday his parents, U>. and Mrs. Dick Baada, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baada and family and Hilko Thoren of George Spiklngs was admitted on April 8 as a medical patient at the General hospital. Mrs. Herbert H«dlund entertained the members of her sewing club at her home onigfuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell and children, Allan and Margaret, spent the week-end at Waterloo with Mr. McDowell's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Zilmer. Don Hutch Ins spertt Sunday In Algona with his children and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Hutch- Ins. Don is employed at the ordnance plant at Ankeny. Mr. and Mrs. George Stewart spent Sunday in Algona with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart are employed at the ordnance factory at Ankeny. Mrs. J, A. Eason and daughter, Mary Susan, went to Orange City Friday where they visited Mrs. Eason's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Anderinga. Mr. Anderlnga Is 111. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Passmore of Des Moines spent Wednesday in the A. A. Sterling home where they visited, thefr daughter-in-law, Mrs. Lee Passmore, and their grandson, David. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Waliukait are expecting Mr. and Mrs. Matt Waliukait and two children of Dakota City for their Sunday guests. They expect to attend the concert at the high school. Dennis Pratt flew to Spirit Lake on Thursday Where he attended to business matters concerning an electrical contract on an egg drying plant which the Pratt Electric recently secured. Mr. and Mrs. Ferd. Schipull and Mr. and Mrs. Addis Griemen and daughter, Shirley, of Garner spent Sunday in the W. C. Dau home. Mr. and Mrs. Schipull are Mrs. Dan's aunt and uncle and the Grlemens are cousins. Arden Orton arrived on Monday from Great Lakes naval training station to spend a week's leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton. Arden is a seaman second class and he is working toward a gunners mate rating. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Simon spent from Wednesday until Friday in Algona as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Norton. Mr. and Mrs. Simon now live at Chamberlain, S. D., and Dale was here in connection with the railroad .case at the court sea- sion. Mrs. Frank Johnson, Jack Hoeck, Mrs. Nola Schmidt, Milton Fox, Mrs. Cora Holdren, H. E. Miner and Mrs. A, M. Anderson of Algona, Roy Hanna of Ruthven and Mr. Elbert of Whittemore attended the sixth district convention of the Townsend Club at Fort Dodge o Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Jacobson came, from Cedar Rapids Sunda to visit in Algona with Mr. am Mrs. Nyle Latch. They spent th evening with Dr. and Mrs. J. B Winkel. Mr. Jacobson was the jew eler at .Borchardts. until the firs of the year when they moved t Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Gordon Hrabak and little daughter, Janet Segrid, of De; Moines, spent several days las week visiting at the home of Mrs Hrabak's parents, Mr. and Mrs Henry Lund. Mrs. Hrabak, who be fore her marriage was Miss Ruth Lund, was entertained at a family party Sunday evening at the home of her sister, Mrs. Myron Ludwig. Wayne Bjustrom writes that Bob Inskeep, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Inskeep of Algona, has been ill in a hospital at Atlantic City, New Kathleen Lorenz, teacher at Thlr Ward, entertained a group o teachers including Evelyn Murray Bernice Jensen and Grace Miller at a week-end house party at th home of her parents, Mr. and Mn Wim. Lorenz at Lincoln, Iowa. Bernard Bode telephoned hi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Bode Tuesday night from San Diego Calif. Bernard has been In the navj since a year ago In February. The' had not heard from him for two months while he was on sea duty. Jean Mttrtagh came from Bel mond for the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mur tagh and to see her brother, Lieut James Murtagh who is visiting here. All of the Murlagh children were together for the weekend. L. M. Christensen of Esthervillt, was in Algona Thursday calling on ils brother, Roy, and looking after business interests. He and Mrs Christenesn recently returned from Arizona, where they had spent the Winter for the benefit of Mr. Chris- tenseri's health. Mrs. Frank Shilts was returned :o her home here Wednesday from Rochester, Minn., where she went ast week for treatment. Mrs Shilts is suffering from sciatic rheumatism and it was found that while she will have to remain quiet for a long time, her illness is not as bad as It was feared. Tom Kohlhaas, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas has been accepted for pilot training with the army air force. He is awaiting his call and expects to leave soon for training. The other Kohlhaas son is a navy pilot and is an instructor on Cataline flying planes at Corpus Christ!, Texas. An army air force communication to this paper states that Don D. Clapsaddle, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Clapsaddle of Algona has arrived at the University of Missouri for a .five months course of army air force instruction. Dur ing this time he will be classified as a pilot, navigator or bombardier Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miller and two children are moving Friday to the M6e house on Oak street which has been occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walker. Mr. Miller is a teacher in the high school. Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs. M. I. Orms, of Sioux Falls, S. D., has been visiting here for the past several weeks. Mrs. Edythe I* Dalley recently received word that her son, Bill, is now stationed at Camp Robinson, Ark., in the medical department. Bill, who has been employed for the past two years or so by the Midwest Optical Co. at Cleveland, Ohio, was Inducted March 22. His wife will continue to make her home in Cleveland. Mrs. R. B. Waller and new son, Jennls Russell and daughter, Pamela, have returned to their home. Since Mrs. Waller and the baby were released" from th<s Kossuth hospital they have been living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs Dennis Pratt.. Betty Johnson, Algona, Is employed at the Waller home beginning work Thursday Frances Cooper is the new clerk at the James Drug store. She succeeds Joan Potter, who will spend the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Potter. Joan's mother has not been in the best of health recently. Frances la a member of the Cooper family quartet which has frequently appeared on entertainment programs in this community. Mrs. A. Hutchison returned Saturday from Des Moines where she spent a week visiting her sisters, the Mesdames F. E. V. Shore, Gardner Cowles and L. J. Dickinson. Mrs. Cowles is recovering nicely from a recent illness. Mrs. Hutchson's niece, Mrs. Ruth Hunter, has again resumed her duties In the office of the public safety commission following an operation some weeks ago. Mrs. Bertha Dally has word that her son, Cllftord, of . troit has been »eleased from tn§ Army Air Forces, in which he enlisted some time ago as a mechanic. He was released March 26, and the first of this week resumed his old job as mail carrier iii the Fisher building, Detroit, where he has served in the same capacity tot seventeen years. During World Wa? • I he, served overseas for two years and seven months. Mr. and Mrs. John Haggard and Dr. and Mrs. C. C. Shierk left Wednesday morning for Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Shierk planned to visit friend* in Des Moines and Mrs. Haggard in Cedar Rapids until Friday, when they all are to attend the state convention of the Junior ahamber of Commerce. Dr. Shierk s the outgoing state president and Mr. Haggard is the outgoing state secretary and they went to Cedar Rapids early to line up details for he convention. It's Early Spring at A&P Come See Our Vast "Victory Harvest"! Your A&P is "rushing the season" with the pick of early Spring see "» dellclous fresh fruits a "d vegetables In A&p| Our bins are fairly bursting as new deliveries S ' A °5 c1 ? ards ' S roves and arbors. Why so bountiful N*,,™' B , ecau3e A&p went all out to obtain an extra share of Natures goodness to help you with your ration problems! By serving more fresh fruits and vegetables, you can save precious ration COMPUTING THE pUANTITY of Zonolito needed and telephoning the Lumber Dealer for same-day delivery were the Brat iteps in this imulatmg job. Time: 5 minutes! and in the afternoon Mr. and •Ira. Marinus Christenson and fa in- ly and Mrs. Fred Baada called. New War Restrictions on Telephone Service To save scarce and critical materials for'military equipment and to make sure telephone service is available for essential wartime needs, the War Production Board has issued a new order further restricting installation of telephone service. Of particular interest is that part of the Order which provides the following: 1. All telephone service installed or reconnected ,'on or after April 15, 1943 will be o'n an interim , basis only. This means that customers for , whom service is mstalled or who have their , telephone service moved to a new address on and after that date may have to give up their telephones if the facilities are required to provide service for person? classified as "essential . users" in the War Production Board's Order. 2. Residence extension telephones, including plugs 4nd jacks therefor, ta,nnot be instated and c#n< not be reconnected for serriqi> even though left in pjace by a previous user, except when essen. tial in cases of-seripus illness, and then only on a temporary basis,' In addition to these limitations, there ar* other restrictions $n the Ordep which may, jn $otne instances, affect the installation of telephone service. Jf ypu plan to move or majce any change {q your telephone service, please get in touch wi$h ow business office to determine , what services are available for your MMdwal needs. Your understanding and cooperation art helping greatly to meet wartime fekphne needs and *>e feet wre you will r«tK*e that these Government nwfrfoww W necessary (o help speed the winning of the w«tA Jersey, where both boys are stationed with the signal division of the army air force. Wayne writes that while Bob's condition is not serious the boys are anxious that they not be separated this early in their training. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Griffin and daughter, Kathleen, have returned from Salem, South Dakota, where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Griffin's father, E. S. Reddin. Mr, Reddin passed away Saturday after a lingering • illness of several months. The funeral services were held Monday. Mr. Redding is survived by his wife. They visited in Algona last fall. Mrs. Andrew Hanson and daughter, Sheila Ann, went to Ireton Saturday where they spent the weekend with Mrs. Hanson's sister, Mrs. Alvin S. Karr. Mrs. Hanson's mother, Mrs..John Caughlin Is with Mrs, Karr at present. She has been with another daughter, Mrs. Don Mertz, at Lincoln, Nebr,, until two weeks ago. Mrs. Caughlin will undergo a major operation soon. Mrs. R. C. LaBarre and daughter, Suzanne, are expected to arrive here Friday for a visit in the C. U. LaBarre home. Bob is expected to join them here in about a week when he will have a week's vacation from his duties at a war plant at Parsons, Kansas. They have lived in Kansas over a year. The daughter, Suzanne, is almost two years old and she is the C. R. LaBarre's only grandchild. ' CHANGING INTO WORK CLOTHES wasn't raUIy neceuary. became Zonolite wu •o "clean" to handle. I/me; 3 minuteil TEXAS CARROTS WASHINGTON WINESAP APPLES YELLOW ONIONS RIPE TOMATOES Vitamins A-f--|-, B1+, C-f- Bunch 6 C Vitamins C-j. 2 for 27° Vitamins C+ Vitamins Bl-f.. G-J.. 1 Lb. for Key to Vitamins' ++ Excellent Source; + Good Source SHOPPING FOR RATION FOODS IS SIMPLE AT A&P i Red numbers on Ration Point tags tell you Red stamps to be used. .Blue numbers on Ration Point tags tell you Blue stamps to b*e used. ft£& STAMP VALUES m CANNED MEAT & FISH Chicken of the Sea 6'A oz. m GRATJED TUNA FISH ~'can~ 27C g Armour's g TREAT | Sultana Medium I WET SHRIMP g Cold Strfcam Pink 1 SALMON 1 MISCELLANEOUS g Held Colored g DAISY CHEESE ' H Iowa State g Finest Creamery g BUTTER g 100% Pure Hydrogenated g Vegetable Shortening q j| DEXO d liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinniiiii 12 oz. tin 7 oz. tin 7% oz. can 33c 27c I4c 35c 49c eta. 63C Point Cost' 3 pts. each 5 pts. each 3 pts. each 4 pts. each «] 8 pts. Ib. 8 pts. Ib. 15 pts. each' BLUE STAMP VALUES CANNED FRUITS & VEGETABLES A&P Cream Style A No. 2 (20 oz.) GOLD CORN A cans Del Monte Fruits for A No. 1 (1 Ib. 1 oz.) M*f _ SALAD 4 cans WlC CANNED JUICES A&P Fancy GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Gerber's Asst. Strained BABY FOODS Gerber's Asst. Chopped BABY FOODS Great Northern - FAN'OY .'BEANS Cost Point 14 pts. each 13 pits. each 46 oz. can YOUR WASTE FATS ARE BADLY NEEDED FOR EXPLOSIVES Take your full container to any Official Fat Collection Station. CRISCO From Nearby Farms doz. nn FRESH EGGS ctn. 0OC Pasteurized 1 qt. IM FRESH HULK botbofc IIIC Sunnyfleld Enriched FLOUR 5 Lb. « 24'^ Lb. «Q idc MARY SMOOTHED-OFF the Zonolite with a common board as fa«t ai John emptied each ftather.light bag between the attic j Time: 3 hours, i Thus— with one snort afternoon's work by the owners— another home icquires a Zonolite Insulated attic, and s ready to reduce each winter's fuel Jill by 20% to 30%. Besides, think of he added cost-free summer comfort: cooler days, refreshing nights. Ask your Lumber Dealer about Zonolite Insulation . . . todayl Then make a date for a family Insulating >arty . . . for next Saturday/ Enjoy he hot weather benefits of Zonolite in the months ahead; even before you enjoy its money-saving results this winter. Buys Enough ZONOUTE to insulate an attic 24ft.'- xSOft. C r T rnpr • • • • • «i FREE ESTIMATE FROM Botsford Lumber Co. VEGETABLE SHORTENING 1 Lb. Jar 5 Red Points Required 24c For Fine Quality and Thrift Buy These Ann Page NON- RATIONED FOODS Ann Page Semlnola SPAGHETTI or n Ib. Af. MACARONI W pkg. £ f C Ann Page Wheat Farina 28 oz. 11» MELLO WHEAT Pkg. lUC Sultana Vitamin Bl PEANUT, 2 Lb. c I BUTTER Jar 91 C White House n Tall Af. E VAP. MILK W Cans £ IC Ann Page Double Acting 12 oz. I ABAK. POWDER Can IUC Ann Page Liomon, Orange or 2 oz. I « IOC A Plentiful Food- Point Stretcher 40 oz. 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