The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 22, 1943 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1943
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^i Kdssuih .441' dlf'lft* clubs and «« Roasuth .44*. Baft' Clubs have contributed Wt.18 toward the am; balance furidi sponsored *y the > fttate 4-H office and which already hit purchased two ambulances as welt aa a great amount of Red Cross medical supplies. Clubs contributing ate: Ledyard Loyal Lassies, $1.00; Prairie Pals, *; Whrttemore Whlazers, $4.60: Seneca 6tofs, $4.00; Greenwood Girls, fifty'cents; Union Alethean, $3.00; FentOir Forwards, $2.00; Irvington fs, $1.60; Rlverdafe Rustlers, $2.85; Plum Creek Elite, $1.60; Garfleld, $2.30; OBuffalo, $6.00; 'Lone Rook, $4.00; Seneca, $1.20; Irving* ton, $3.60; iFenton, $3.00; Greenwood, $1.00; Algona, $3.86; Lu- Verne Future Farmers, $3.00, and Lakota, $1.40. Two for one. Use the Upper Des Moines want ads. , 8-tf Used Machinery i Model M— I H, C* Pickup Baler, like new, Tractor* - Planters - Plows - Discs fiarrows - Mowers - Wagon and Box Cream Separator Feed HONEYMEAD Chick Start-Lets STARTING FEED for BABY CHICKS Buy the feed that has the quality according to OPA standards. Our feed is not cheap, for the reason that it is all quality feed. All feeds are now priced according to thie quality of their ingredients by the OPA. . BRADLEY BROS. Phone 714 So. Hotel Algona 1>£COKKriN£ DRAMAS ORMEUUVER POSTMISTRESS PASSESS APRIL H '• LuVerne—Many friends here were saddened this week to hear of the death Of Miss Elsie Haskell of Chattanooga, Tenn., which occurred April lith after a lingering Illness. Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 13, with burial In Chattanooga. She was a daughter of the late Rev. and Mrs. E. C Haskell, former pastor of the Lu- Verne Presbyterian church, anc who also held a pastorate at Burt for a number of years. Former Postmistress Miss Haskell was postmistress here for several years and was al Ways thorough and painstaking In her work. She was also church sec retary and treasurer for a number of years. She Is survived by two brothers, WilHam and Albert, both of Chattanooga, and several nlecer and nephews. Two of the niece were well known here as they spen some time helping care for'thei grandparents. One of them, Ednt Allen, Is now married and living In Iowa City. Her name is Mrs Harold Vestermark. Catherine Has kell became a nurse and assistec tn caring for her aunt. She is mar rled and lives In Chattanooga. He name is Mrs. Clem. Edw. Dehnert and C. B. Huff left Thursday of last week for Lincoln, Nebr., to resume work on a defense project. Mrs. Georgia Smith, who recently received word that her son, Howard, was missing In action has heard that he is a prisoner in Italy. Miss Ruth North accompanied Miss Lillian 'Roggow to the latter's home at Ounnell, Minn., to spend Sunday. They are both Instructors In the local school. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hagist, Mr and Mrs. F. I. Chapman and Mrs Irvin Chapman were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Kabele-Mpsa ley home In Goldfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Curran and children have arrived from Los Angeles to make their home on the farm recently vacated by th Harold Curran family. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mason an< children of Clarion and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gunderson of Belmond were Sunday afternoon "Do all those spots BELONG on Rover, or hcu he b«en Cubbing against my paint?" \ f ' *° MORAL: Even Rover can't resist those brilliant, cheery Devoe Mirrolac Enamel colors. Quickly they .change dull, dreary chairs, and other household gloom-earners into shining show-pieces. DeVoe Mirrolac Enamel dries harcl in 4 to 6 hours to a tough finish which acorns water, heat and family Bcuff 9. I WE CAMY A COMfLBTE LINE OF DEVOE guests at the home of the Misses tittle and Jariette Mason. Guests at the Albert Voss hdme Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. B. G rohnson, Mrs. Martha Johnson and Jrahk and Raymond Johnson. Th men are all brothers of Mrs. Voss and all live at Webster City. The Misses Esther and Htlde- garde Lothrlngef and Barbara iVolf, Fort Dodge, were Sunday guests at Charles Wolf's. Mrs. Bar- jara Lothringer, who had visited tere since Friday, accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hoepner, Jr., and two sons of Omaha, Nebr., are here for a short visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hoepner. Will Hoepner, Jr., expects to leave for Alaska soon, where he will be employed in defense work Mrs. Roy Van Noark and daughter, Paula of Phoenix, Ariz., arrived here for a visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nygaard, now living near Humboldt. She will be remembered here as Hazel Nygaard. Her husband is stationed in camp In Georgia. iThe Progressive club met Wed nesday at the Red Cross work room and made surgical dressings instead of the regular meeting. The next meeting of the club will be at the home of the club's presl dent, Mrs. H. H. Phillips, and wil be the next to the last meeting o the year. Mr. and Mrs. Faye Thompson spent Sunday at the Mrs. H. E Peitzke and Mrs. Peter Thompson lomes. Mr. Thompson has just returned from Rochester, where he went through the clinic. He is a 'ormer LuVerne resident and is now manager of the A&P Store at Eagle Grove. The Rev. and Mrs. Fred Elze of Greshman, Nebr., Mrs. Clara Jones of Kemble, Nebr., and Mr. and Mrs. August Kollman of Beatrice, Nebr., all relatives of the late Rev. Kollman, attended the funeral at Royal Monday and the burial at LuVerne They were over-night guests at the Fred Schneider home. The United Service Women me at the community hall Monday eve nlng with the usual large attend ance. In the absence of the presi dent, Mrs. Helene Trauger, the vice president, Mrs. Will Ristan took charge of the meeting. Rol call was answered with items o interest concerning the boys In the service. At the May meeting the U. S. W. Unit of Algona will at tend the meeting and install th officers. OBSERVE 10TH ANNIVERSARY Ottosen—Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reese observed their 10th wedding anniversary on Sunday, April llth, by entertaining at a dinner for a group of relatives. The following were present: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reese and children of Lafayette, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reese and family of Mallard, Mrs. Florence Coonts and family, Howarc Kocher of Ware, Mrs. Fred Ruff and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Klein and Gayle, Mr. and Mrs. C W. Reese, Chris Torgerson anc Mrs. Hannah Hansen. A three-tier wedding cake was topped by the miniature bride and groom which was used ten years ago. A mock wedding was performed and musi cal selections were given by thi Howard Reese children. Mr. am Mrs. Reese were presented with i purse of money as a gift. Gertie Lou Coyle of Cedar Fall spent the week-end at the Mik Coyle home. Marjorle Kromer of Sioux Cit; spent the week-end at the Hermai Kromer home. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Hogen o Des Molnes were week-end guest t the Morgan Hogen home. Mr. and Mrs. James Barber an aby of Belmond were Sunday vinl ors at the Oliver Klnsich home. The Home Economics girls en ertained their mothers at a ban News Items of Burt Vicinity Botsford Beauty WKerever You Go « In three lengths for perfect . flt, supreme comfort an4 betr ter wear, > • Beauty Mek process helps preserve flrst wear beauty, NEW SHADES FOR 8J-BINO Stunning . , , Novelty lace W« 8b - Full fashion Stock, ings by Holepropf. 8l*ea 9 Full faiihJon, ftne quality, sheer rayon stockings. attractive spring You'll like these cotton rtopktogs by Fashioned for dress (Lura Sewick, Forest City teacher, spent the week-end at her home here. The Fortnightly Club will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. Jim Christensen. Mrs. -M. M. Chlpman spent the week-end at the home of Mrs. Hattie Griffith near Armstrong. lElmer Larsen, who is employed at Owatonna, Minn., spent the week-end here with his family. The L. H. Reidels were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. ReWel's sister, Mrs. Ed Kain, in Algona. Mr. and, Mrs. August Bellinger, Algona; visited at the C.W. Reynolds and Herman Bussie homes Sunday. Mr. H. W. Manus visited from Thursday to Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ed. Blumer, in Algona. : Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McDonald and Mrs. H. E. McMurray, of Algona, visited Saturday at the C S. Coffin home. (Mrs. Axel Anderson and baby, Dike, came Sunday for a week's visit at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Alvlna Powers. The Victor Lowes of Mankato, Minn., we're Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. Lowe's sister, Mrs Lillian Sheldon. A. H. Meinzer went to Des Moines Sunday to attend an optometrist convention in session there the first .of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Estel Rentz and family and Mrs. Rentz's mother Mrs. H. S. Loen, visited relatives at Bricelyn, Minn., Sunday. Mrs. Wyot Stott and her granddaughter, Patty Pedersen, went to Madrid Saturday to spend a few days with Patty's parents. ' Mrs. A. F. Carter and Mrs Martin Greise visited at Ottumwa over the week-end with their hus bands, who are employed there. Mrs. Earl Girton of Sioux Falls S. D., arrived Sunday evening foi a visit with her mother, Mrs. Ger Lone Rock Soldier Gets Kick Out of UDM Pvt John J. Dixon, Lone Rock but "now stationed at North For Lewis, Oregon, writes that he sure ly gets a kick out of the home papers, reads every word. He wa inducted January 4, and took hi basic training at Fort Riley, Kan sas. He didn't like it so well ther but enjoys his work out in the Ore gon camp, where he has been sine March IS/ John suggests that h can understand about the Lon Rock men and their trips to, Algon for thejr bartering and he knows they like to keep "shaped up.' «• also wants the Danes and the Iris up there looked after as they ar .all O. K. (Hie must read Ravings. SSXf ON NEWS £82C82£8SK8»K6C8& uet Thursday night at the school ouse. Mrs. Mayme 'Hoflus and Mr. and tfrs. Uoyd ftlston of Gllmore City were Sunday visitors at the Eugene Hoflus home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer and Mr. and Mrs. Art Tabor were Sunday dinner guests at the O. C. 'abor home in Humboldt. The Presbyterian Ladies Aid will meet at the church parlors May st with Mrs. Chet Alme and Mrs Hike Coyle as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Cooper are the parents of a son born April 13 at the Kossuth hospital in Algona He has been named Lloyd Wayne. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met In the church parlors Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Peter Enockson and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson as hostesses. The Ladies Rural Club met at the home of Mrs. Mike Coyle on Thursday afternoon. Visitors were Mrs. Chet Alme, Mrs. Irvin Movick Mrs. Crane, Mrs. Henry Lovig and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl. The Ottosen American Legion Auxiliary met at the home of Mrs Roy Jacobson Tuesday afternoon Guests were Mrs. Chet Alme, Mrs Henry Lovig, Mrs. Eddie Zimmel Mrs. Ernest Enockson and Mrs Hannah Hansen. Corp. Aivlft Brpeldlng left Saturday night from Boone tot Tampa, Texas, af tet a week's furlough here with relatives and friends. Corp. iJrpeldlng Is in the air corps. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Zeimet of Roundup, Mont., arrived here last week for a visit with relatives and to be at the bedside of Mr. Zelmet's 'ather, Harry Zeimet, Sr., who has been in poor health for some time. Pfc. Wilfred Schneider left Monday evening from Fort Dodge after a 14-day furlough from Camp San Luis Oblspo, Calif. He spent the first part of his leave with rela- NOW* Make Tidy House* NU W ' keeping Easier. BUV tidy house CLEANSER The 3-Way Cleaner putcker—Gael Farther [AlrJMJ You'll love the TALL OVAL, ^SSS^ ea»y-to-hold can. AT ALL BETTER GROCERS ST. JOE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Ben Thilges from near Ledyard were Sunday visitors with relatives here. Mrs. George Krucher and daughter, Rosalia, and two grandchildren from Currie, Minn., were recent visitors here with relatives. Wanted Women workers for candling eggs for the army, navy and civilians of America- Experience not necessary. Good pay. Extra overtime. SWIFT & CO. Dairy and Poultry Plant Algona, Iowa 13-14 CHEK-R-CHIX We are now booking order* t br June and July deliveries. All chicks are from U. S. Approved, U. S. Pullorum Tested flocks. Let us have your order TODA1C. — Also May Ducklings — Swea City Hatchery Phone SB Swea City, low* 14-tf Loans COULD YOU USE $60 - $100 - $200 OR MORE RIGHT NOW? Get the money you need through us. Store bills, doctor bills, insurance, taxes, buy clothes, feed and livestock — easy monthly payments. Special plan for the farmers. Confidential. S L. S. Bohannon Phone 103 Algona, la. a Thompson, and her brother, H . Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Webb an Gary, of Algona, were supper vis :ors at the R. W. Rash home las 'riday evening in honor of Lind Cash's birthday. The C. F. Whalens of Lakota and he S. E. Straleys of Fenton were >unday dinner guests at the G. J. Brace home in honor of Mrs. IVhalen's birthday. Russell Rentz, who is at the Great Lakes naval training school, •isited from Saturday morning to .Sunday evening at the home of lis father, Estel Rentz. Ruth Anderson spent the weekend at her home at Swea City; Xenia Hayes was at her home at Rockwell City and Mrs. Zigler at icr home at Fort Dodge over the week-end. •Dr. and Mrs. Wallace • and Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Fairbanks, of Algona, Mrs. G. U. Fairbanks and ttarie Grover were Sunday afternoon visitors at the A'. L. Rasmussen home. John Nealy, formerly of Lincoln, Neb., is the new .proprietor of the Scoreboard, local pool hall. He is the father of R. J. Nealy of ;he Nealy Hardware. He took possession Monday. Serg. Ernest Lavrenz arrived home from Fort Sill, Oklahoma, Saturday to spend a 15-day fur- .ough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz. Ernest Is an instructor at Fort Sill. Wayne and Wendell Carney, of Algona, spent the week-end with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Carney. Their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carney, spent Sunday at the Carney home and took the boys home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Rlngsdorf and sons, Roger and Kenneth, and daughter, Mrs. Vince Adelman, of Mapelton, Minn., were. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. Ringsdorf's mother, Mrs. Tressle Ringsdorf. Kenneth expected to be inducted into the army Wednesday. Joseph T. Graham, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Graham, became a third class petty officer last Thursday when he was one of 97 blue- jackets out of a class of 160 graduated from the navy training school for signalmen at the University of Illnois. He was promoted to the rating of signalman third class. Private Calvin Bristow, who is an instructor at Fort Knox, Ky., arrived home Friday for a week s furlough with his wife and baby and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow. The Bristows received word Monday from their son Ralph Who is with the Marines in the South Pacific, that he had been commissioned a second lieutenant on March 29. The Bristows also have a son in the navy. ' Mr and Mrs. Cyrus Eiseman of Britt spent Sunday' at the August tqrsebbaum ), JDale Simon baa returned to Be 8 tation agent at the Milwaukee raUrpad station. He hw beenjftt Chamberlain, S. P, Mrs. Mary Millor an| Mrs Travis returned honje SiwJay a short visit at the Bern»r4 home af Maaon Cfity. iSpeckil Raster services will be held at the Sexton MethaOlst church pn Sunday. AU friends and members we Invited to attend. Bev. and Mrs. J. A. IWK«s urch - . . entertain the Se*ton churc e>s S on ^nwday, at their fcome. All |»ej»beirs friends ars invited to attend^ Mr, ad rs. Dverett Steven and "&«&.$&£ 1W Wf*- , wotberretur OK PRORATE OF STATE OF IOWA, KOSSUTO COUNTY, SS. In District Oour^, No, 6000, March Term, 1943. To All Whom It May Concern: you Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purport-' Ing to be the, last Will and Testament of I* J. PeGraw, Deceased, dated July 18, J938, having been this day filed, opened and read, Tuesday the 50* day of May, 1943, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of sajd Court; and at ten o'clock A. 14., o(t tt»e day above mentioned all persona Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and snow cause, If any they ha ve, why sa»4 JnstW' went should, not toft, probate.4 MM} flowed W w4 tor the last Will a»4 Testament of ?aid deceased. (Pated at Aj^ojia, Jsnyj*, April J, 1943. ' I ALMA PEARSON, De FOLLOW THE AGE-OLD TRADITION TENDERED SKINNED WHOLE OR SHANK PORTION M 'c Lb. 7 RED POINTS £?*<*'• TENDERED SKINNED Butt Portion HAM 39c Lb. RED POINTS SLICED HAM CENTER CUTS Lb. 8 RED POINTS «*<* SLICED BACON FANCY QUALITY '/z-Lb. 4 RED POINTS FOR '/a LB. Are Not Rationed ASPARAGUS SPARE RIBS 4 Points A AC LB. IfJ FINE GROUND BOLOGNA .-'Is LB. CALIF. GROWN FRESH, CRISP AND TENDER | CRISP AND TENDER I GREEN ONIONS . 8-oz. Bunches PAAS Fresh Crisp and Ttnd«r .2 Beh,. 15c HOT HODSB OBOWN CUCUMBERS E«I, 19c FOB A SAIAD THAT'S DIFFERENT CALAVO PEARS ..2 ,„ 23c IJUIGE, BED-RIPE SMOEBS TOMATOES «,. 27c WASH. STATE, EXTRA FANOV WINESAP APPLES .2 Lb> . 29c LONG, GREEN, WELL-FILLED PODS Fresh Peas RADISHES Bueh CARROTS Calif. Growi Behs. FAA9 EGG DYES ..3 Pkg , 25c 111/2-0 29c BAKING POWDER CALUMET ....... COME AGAIN BRAND QUEEN OLIVES ... NATIONAL BRAND < EVAP. MILK 14 £r 9c DEL MAIZ CORN—Point Value, > INIBLETS 'SMSo. FRENCH STYLE • _, ' [SALAD MUSTARD .. 'fflOc 1 FRENCH'S •.-•**.: MUSTARD ';:MOc 13c cor" Quart -tAp Bottle *•**» 1-lb. fft ~ u»i *UC MARASCHINO CHERRIES .... . NATIONAL OIDEB D"- 1 VINEGAR NATIONAL RYE BREAD .. NATIONAL SLICED WHITE BREAD. NATIONAL BBEAD WHOLE WHEAT NATIONAL BBEAD CRACKED WHEAT ££ lOc NATIONAL BBEAD HONEY BUN... i£ lOc NATIONAL MAID TOAST sALEBNa SALTINES .... FOB BETWEEN MEAL SNACKS HI-HO CRAX COME AGAIN BRAND PEAS POINT VALUE U l-lb. Loaf lOc SAVER KRAUT 15c NO POINTS NECESSARY Glan I BAKING SODA ARM & HAMMER BOASTED IN THE SHELL P1ANUTS „,; HALVES OB PIECES Walnut Meats.. rOBT PKAUBOBN CORN FLAKES. FOBT DEARBORN ROLLED OATS. VABIETX CEREALS 45c 7c 9UI6K 91 MGULAI SWEET GIRL ASSORTED FLAVQKS NATIONAL TEA eo. ^s*****^^

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