The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1943 · Page 2
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The Aigfttt trpp*t M Molflw, AlgofttV, law** >^^ -' •' " '>' • ••• '-/-' - ?1 r • GRANDSON LOTTS CREfX MINISTER DIES IN MONTANA iLotts Creek—Rev. B. Fiene received a telegram Sunday morning from Great Falls, Mont., Informing him of the death of his grandson, Joe Morton, 10 years old. Joe if the second oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Morton and was killed when he collided on his bicycle with a truck. Mrs, Morton Is the former Gertrude Fiene. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Meyer and daughter, Lavon, were at Ft. Dodge one day the past week where they consulted a specialist regarding Lavon's health. She has been ill for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schallln of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag were Sunday evening vtsl- tors of Mr. and Mrs. John Schallin. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig were dinner guests there. •.your S&L store • a the perfect gift for every mother |*^ Sunday, May 9th • The Second War Loan Campaign ends this Friday! Give II a rousing finish by buying another War Bond for Mother on "her" day. And, If you have a little left, remember, you'll find so many delightful, practical, thrifty gift Ideas at your S IL store. Below are just a very few. .»_«*•**•• Give Mother A Mother would choose a hat by SAllY LYME 1 95 i. They look dollars morel The flattering fashions, the touch of gay bright flowers and wltps of veil Mother loves. She's hoping for A NEW BAG 69 Duplicates of $5 Beauties 1 Fin* fabrics, simulated leathers and ex- pensiva looking grains lo add just Ihe "right" touch to her wardrobe. 3 Give her Embroidered PILLOW CASES 19 They cost to IHtlet 1 Per Pair A wonderfully thrifty price. Yet she'll love i the.fashion details and grand fit In these tub- bable seersuckers and garden prints. Two- piece gay little fitted dresses and Ihe classics she loves. Sizes 14 IP 44, ~- Rayon Knit or iSATIN SLIPS I 19 She'll never have enough of theso smooth-fitting, wrinkle-free slips. Dainty lace trim or plain tailored. Rayon knit or rayon satin. Sizes 32 to 40. Such Wonderfully SHEER HOSE She'll be so proud of these beautiful rayon sheers with their "pure silk" look. Their low price helps you buy her several pair. B'/j to lo'/i. SURPRISE HER WITH A COZY HENILLE Lovely flower-baskets In soft colon, "Mr." and "Mrs." designs on fine count, mow whit* muslin. She con use Colorful LUNCH CLOTHS 0 Alwayt a Welcome Gift I Popular 52x52 Inch size. Gay floral de- llgns en natural grounds to brighten mother's lunch er breakfast table. S You'll be catering | to Mother's pre- i clout lelture hours when you choose > a sett, fluffy robe. 1 She'll recognize Its I true $5 quality, the I months of service ill will give. The I beautiful scroll de| signs, en* of the I many luxurious I colors will surely I please her. COTTOJV DRESS 95 BERNKERATH, CARL ANDERSON WED AT SWM CITY iSwea City—Mlas Bernlce Rath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath, Swea township, and Clyde Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. All Anderson, Grant township, were married Easter Sunday at 4:10 p.m. at the Methodist parsonage, the Rev. W. O. Bohl reading the single ring service. Attendants .were Miss Lucille Rath, sister of the brldu, and Sydney Payne, friend of the groom. The new Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will farm with the groom's father in Grant township. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Kulander of Minneapolis were In Swea City last week. ; Bernard Peterson, who Is in defense work in Minneapolis, spent Easter with his family here. John Albert and daughter, Florence, spent Easter Sunday at the Henry Patterson honje in Buffalo Center. Mrs. Roy Valvtek drove to Fairmont-Monday afternoon to visit her sister, Mrs. Dean Swanson, who Is ill there. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber of Penton were guests Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Stoeber's mother, Mrs. Hannah Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Trumbar of Williams were 'Easter guests at the A. M. McAninch home. Mrs. Trumbar is a sister of Mrs. Mn- Aninch. Mr. and Mrs. Henning Froom of Bricelyn, Minn., spent Sunday at the parental Hagbert Olson home. Mrs. Tupl, the former Etta Olson, was also home for Easter. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Krumm are visiting at the parental Wm. Krumms and with other relatives here. Melvi-n is with the coast guard and is stationed in California. Mrs. Dean Swanson, the former Lucille Peterson, was the subject of a major operation at the Fairmont Clink, Friday afternoon. At this writing she is reported as improving satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Knutsen, Graettinger, visited the Len Knut- sens Easter Sunday. The Knutsens are brothers. Mrs. Len Knutsen returned last week from 'Ft. Dodge where she had been taken by ambulance for medical treatment. (Easter callers in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Bohi were the Rev. and Mrs. N. F. Grote of the Methodist church, Armstrong, Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Mastead of the Norwegian Lutheran church, Graettinger, Mrs. Anna Jorgensen, Mrs. Ernest Knutsen and daughter, Wanda and Mr. arid Mrs. Donald Nelson, all of Graettinger. Mr. Bohi, who recently came to this field, says he anticipates a pleasant and fruitful pastorate here. WEST BEND NEWS Former Burt 6oy Wed« Florida Girl Hurt—ThS following account of the wedding of Donald Stow, a former Burt boy, was taken from ft Pensacola, Fla,, paper: "Mis* Sara Agatha Van Morn, daughter of Mr. add Mrs. C. P. Van Horn, became the bride of Don Denlsdn Stow, Son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow, of Burt, Iowa, Sunday morning, April 16,, at 8:30 o'clock In the First Methodist church of Pensacola, the Rev. A. E. Shafer officiating. Miss Margaret Chapman, cousin of the bride, and Wm. £1. Stow, brother of the groom, were attendants. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Wore an egg shell crepe model with matching accessories and a corsage of orchids. "Following the service a wedding breakfast- was served in the home of the bride's parents for members of the family at which Mrs. Cecil Godfredson, sister of the bride-, groom, assisted. Mr. and Mrs. Stow left by plane for Tampa and will be at home in the Casa Del Mirasol hotel. "The bride Is a graduate of Fort St. Je high school and attended Florida State College for Women. For the past six months she has been employed in the w^r department in Washington. The groom is at present an instructor in- the Ludwlg School of Aviation at Tampa." News Items of Burt Vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and children of Fort Dodge spent Sunday at the C. C. Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Walton DoWitt spent -Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Baker at LuVerno. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Studer of LuVerne spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Miller of Meservey came Thursday for a few days visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thacker and son, Jimmie, of Emmetsburg were visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Thacker. Miss Dorothy Miller, who teaches in the Sioux Palls, S. D., schools, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Balgeman and daughter, Linda Lae, spent Sunday with Mrs. Balgeman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Enger, at Bode. Mrs. Jerry Schutter went to Des Moines last Friday and visited with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Bertha Looft and with her son, Pvt. David Schutter, at Camp Dodge. ' Mrs. Donald Kucker was brought home from the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Kucker was taken to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Drussel. Cpl. Robert' O. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Brown, recently finished his radio course at Kansas City and is now attending Southern Signal Corps school at Camp Murphy, Fla. ,Mrs. M. C. Hall and two sons and Miss Natalie Tinslcy of Cedar Falls and Mrs. Marguerite Tinsley, teacher in the Kunuwha schools, spent the week-end at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. B. F. McFarland. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Fogarty observed their 5Gth wedding anniversary last Sunday. They were visited during the day by their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Colon, and children of Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Blair and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Christensan were Sunday guests at the John Harris home near Bode. Mrs. Donald Blair, whose husband is with the Seabees in Africa, is staying at the Harris home. Mrs. Leo Whitmore and daughter, Shirley, and Mrs. J. Clausen of Batavia, Iowa, and Lieut, and Mrs. Hal Snyder and Karen of Norfolk, Va., arrived Thursday for a short visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pertl. •Earl Ingerbretsen, who has been working for his uncle, Eddie Ha- oaier, is a patient in the Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, suffering from rheumatic fever and pneumonia. -Reports from his mother state his condition as being quite serious. Dr. I. J. Weber has accepted a position on the faculty at Iowa City and will assume his new duties, May 20th. His teaching assignment is in the clinical prosthetic department of the college of dentistry and is on a twelve months basis. Jack Jaeger, Jr., went to Minneapolis, Minn., to take a physical test for navy flight training. He bad a slight defect in bis vision which would not allow him to pass. His mother accompanied him to Minneapolis. Jack will now try the navy college training program. He is a member of this year's graduating class, lEmery Bevard and daughter, Dorothy, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Anderson ot Walllngford. Mn. Dolllver £etef« ipeht the week-end wtth her parents Charles City. Norms, Jean Raah, who is .in government wofk at Washingt6n, D. C., arrived Saturday tot A Vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs, R. W. Rash. The Friendly Neighbors met at the R. C. Dremfriel home Mdnday afternoon to celebrate' the .birthdays of Mrs. Dfeinmel and Mrs. Hertry Geltiiian. Mr. and Mrs. Don Cronart and daughter, Dbhna Jean of Toledo, were week-end guests at the home of Mrs. Cronan's parents', Mr. and Mrs. G. W. plelch. Mrs. J.'H. Graham returned Mon day from Webster City, where she had spent two or three Weeks'With relatives. Russell Patterson, who was in* ducted Into the army several weeks ago, has been sent to Sheppard Field, Texas. Mrs. Fielding Perry, Algona, Margaret Harwell and a girl friend, Waterloo, were Sunday callers at the J. P. Trunkhill home. Lydfa Meyer went to Buffalo Center Sunday, where she was to undergo an operation on Monday at the hospital there. Mrs. Art Leason is in charge at the Variety store during her absence. Mr. and Mrs. George Klnkki are parents of a daughter born April 24 at the home of Mrs. Kinkli's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Deltman. Mr. Klnkli is expected Wednesday, from Camp Beale, Calif., where he is stationed, to spend a furlough with his wife and new rlatiifitetV ' ' '-'•'.' •,,, JMr, ahd ifta. Clyde Bflstow and Pvt, and Mfs. Calvin Bflstow visit* ed Tlielma SrfttoW, Wh6 hat H beauty shop at fteadiyfl, last week WejJrteiday. .Mfs. tfelvM BH«6W and Catherine Wolf took Pvt firls- tow to Ames Friday evening and < whfefe lit it *ft ttitife Patterson It spend- m (At Af with He* .pawhts-ift. 14WJ MX< and HHL C. W, FUttMBiL She NMAtto es^ ttotti TUSCOH. Ariz., to visit hef patents at HUM. He* ntwbafld IB m jroMfetaiiifctit worti m MMUUfrid*. m and Mr*.UiJgh Kaney, Alfdna, wete also Sunday dinner guests at the Patterion home. , • ' Johm JKetvM ,&££?& 5pMfei£ TMI? 4 mm^.&am •> > " Jl eime 8a«k wltlf tfi&m, t efttr came Wte* the* L Sunday .at the W. H. S home. Helen 1 ^ScHwletert, < MoHiei was fifed At hoftie week-fend and the Vernal grove* had Sunday dinner, Sehwletert home. , ea. 'ttWK atd*- at th* S & L CO. Who Says.. you have to pay high prices for high quality? For utmost ivcar and comfort all you need pay is . . . Arch-Rlle't clasticized Hue or I/lack gabardine. ,4.60 4 Sole leathers In theie S&L favorltlet are the flneit quality obtainable under today's government regulations. So why pay more? Ask Ihe women who wear them. For who could be better judges of their proven comfort and long wear than the thousands upon thousands of women throughout Ihe Midwest who know and love them. Always complete assortments In slide to 11, AAA to D. NATIONAL FOOTHEAITH WEEK, APRIL 26lh — MAY 1st "Better Foofpower Meant Seller Manpower" Aerotli«a"s black or broum kidskin //Vr.4.60 Aerollied's trown crushed kid walker. 4.60 S&L CO. blanket buyer, asquare-shoou ^ country . a pened to be on the spot jhen^n ^ ^ Lgest --ttSn thrSous name) wired asked us not to mention w ovefrun on their New York office that they na .^^ a eovernmen, : order. Not J^f , Our Ir i 8 h But an overrun . . . an P h , d been in their friend took the whoU ^worksl ^ ^.^ office two mmutes > later ortw ^ S fis L store would »^,^ been snapped upl That's how quickly ^-jf™^,^ be here to- Bo if you need a ***£** good patriotism to m orrowl But, remember, t 8B buy only what you need! 80 he/. "FAMOUS BLANKETS • Heavy, 3 Ib. weighH (Approx.) " f Choice, long staple American cotton) t Luxurious, deep nap for warmth! • More filling yarn* for »trength, wearl t Qveriocked *Wch hem* for neatneul • Beautiful harmonizing gun-metal grey I t A typically gr*mt § £ I vsl wl BUY ANQ7WR ^^^a^ Fresh Bulk Carnts 49c 50 IL JBAG You Can't Grow them as Cheap Buy Them For Canning; iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii Friday & Saturday, April 30th-May ltt| AT THE PEAK OF FLAVOR! 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CONSUMERS Shop and SAVE The Wholesale Way Stores WHOLESALE .< POULTRY CO GET THE MOST OUT OP YOUR POWTgY-rFOB YOUR OWN PBOOT, FOB UNCLE SAM'S 8NOBMOUS PBQGBAM OF FOOU FO

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