The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 29, 1943 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1943
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EASTER SUNDAY CHURCH DOINGS INSWEAOTY Swea City—'Easter Sunday School programs and morning services were well attended In all of the churches Sunday morning. Five babies were baptized here and at the Orant_ church, by Rev. Bohi of the Methodist church. At the Lutheran church the Rev. Mr. Borg conducted the customary Easter baptismal service. The junior choir, under the direction of Mrs. Borg, presented a fine Easter cantata. A union service was held at the Swea City Baptist church, by the Bancroft and Swea City congregations, Sunday evening. The Rev. Summers, of Bancroft, brought the message and Mrs. Carmean, also of the Bancroft church, sang a solo. Ten young people were baptized by their respective pastors. The local young folks were Phyllis and Barbara Kluger, Shirley Trent, Delores Blair and Clalr Uhr. On Monday evening, May 3, the Baptist church will hold their annual meeting to elect officers for the coming yea'r. Refreshments will be served after the business nteet- Ing is adjourned. On Thursday of this week delp- gates from here will attend the annual Northwest Iowa Central Conference at the M. E. chuch at Spencer. It Is expected that two car loads from here wHl be able to attend. An illuminated cross was presented to the Baptist church Easter Sunday morning by Mrs. Andrew Anderson and her children, as a memorial to their husband and father, the late Andrew Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith, Walter, and Mrs. Arne Pedersen called on friends at Burt and Titonka Sunday afternoon. WIN WE MUST Friday, April 30, the gross sales of Neville's Store will go to buy bonds. I have already bought my share of bonds but would like to take another poke at Hitler and the dirty Japs. Every cent you spend at Neville's Store Friday, April 30, will go to buy bonds. You get the shoes, Uncle Sam gats the money, and our boys get that much more ammunition to win the war with. Jimntie Neville C8»s^a<mc(<»»»s»:^c63tt»^ THAT YOU MAY HEAR BETTER PERSONAL HEARING SERVICE By Mr. P. H. Sproul—Audiphone Specialist AT ALGONA — HOTEL ALGONA Wednesday, May 5th - 9 a.m.-5 p.m. If you, ajfriend or a relative wish to experience the pleasure of better hearing, see him and try the Audiplione in latest models, by Bell Telephone Laboratories Research. Free Demonstration. If you are using- an Au/diphone, see him for service and supplies. Bring a Hard of Hearing- friend with you. "Remember the TliME AND PLACE as above" AUDIPHONE COMPANY EASTER SEASON OBSERVED IN LAKOTA CHURCHES Lakota — Good Friday services were held at the Presbyterian church with the Rev. C. C. Richardson, Algona, as the speaker, who talked on "The Dynamics of the Cross." The choir sang a special number and Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht sang a solo. Regular Easter services were held Sunday morning and the choir sang and four girls, Arils Heetland, Dorothy Ukena, Dorothy Schroeder and Dorothy Asmussen, sang The .Lord's JPrayer. Three babies were baptized, Garry Ernest, son of Corp. and Mrs. Ernest 'Hennlng; Garry Albert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson, and Roger Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Brock of Ledyard; and Rosalie Frye, one of the Confirmation class. The six members of the class, Rosalie Frye, Irene and George Boehm, Evelyn Daniels, Lois Peterson and Darlene Geerdes united with the church. Also Mr. and Mrs, Henry Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. William Boehm, Mr. and Mrs. Durward Mittag, Mrs. G. C. Frye and Chrlstena Jensen. Lieut. Lawrence Stafford, of the armed forces, joined by letter. The"'young people of the Westminister Fellowship held a sunrise service of prayer, singing of hymns and responsive reading and later enjoyed^ breakfast at the church. * * * The Rev. Mayberry, pastor of the Buffalo Center Methodist church, held Easter services at the local Methodist'church at 8 o'clock Sunday evening. It was announced that Rev. 'Edward Cass, who will graduate from Dubuque University this spring, has been appointed to the Lakota-iLedyard charge and will be here for services at 10 o'clock Sunday morning, May 2nd. The church has been without a regular pastor since the death of the Rev. O. P. Mueller at Rochester, Minn., the latter part of February. * * * The regular Easter service was day morning with special miuld of three fangs By, a *r6up bf SUftjflay Sohdol children and a vaoat *ol6 by Marian Stehzel. . Cpl. Ernest Hennlng spent the week-end with his family at the G. C. Fryes.' Mrs. Henry Guderlan and Mrs. Alvtn Huenhold, Algona, Were Friday afternoon visitors with Mrs. Wm. Alderks and attended ehufch here that evening. 'W. G Shult* received a .telegram last week saying his youngest son was reported missing In action in Africa. Mr. Shulta operates a cream separator\repair shop'here. / The James Smiths and Marjorle Doocy, the Vernon Smiths, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Winter and Mrs. Lawrence Stafford were Sunday evening supper guests at the Jerry HeetlandS. iBlwood D. Osgood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lev! Osgood, Mason City, was graduated last week from th'e Harlingen army gunnery school In Texas as an expert aerial triggerman and received the silver wings of a gunner sergeant. The Osgoods are former residents, Mrs. Osgood operating a meat market here. •Friends here received word Saturday of the death of B. F. Edwards of Lincoln township on Thursday night. Funeral services were held at the home Monday afternoon at 1:30'and at the Congregational church in Buffalo Center at 2 o'clock. Mr. Edwards was influential In all township activities. He was a trustee for many years, a Farm Bureau member arid enjoyed community work until his health failed several years ago, since which time he has not been able to carry on all his township interests. Emma Gutknecht and Mesdames C. A. Gutknecht and J. H. Warburton drove to Mason City Friday. Lena Gutknecht, who teaches in Mason City, Margaret Schroeder, who teachers in Kensett, and Genevieve Brewer, who ,has been employed in Florida the past several months, accompanied them home for the Easter week-end. Miss Brewer will remain at the August Gutknecht home indefinitely. She made her home with them for several years, graduated from the local high school, but has been employed held at the Lutheran church Sun-1 elsewhere the past two years. Lone Rock Vicinity News Items DES MOINES, IOWA Mrs. Cora Bacon of Algona spent the week-end at the I. W. Nelson home. The Leonard Warners of Bancroft spent Friday at the W. R. O'Donnel .home. The Maynard Kueck family of Swea City were guests at the Henry Kueck home Sunday. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the home of Mrs. Fred Dransfeldt May 5th. The Ladies Mite Society will meet at the home of Mrs. Frank Flalg on Thursday, May 6th. The M. O. 'Richards family were Sunday dinner guests at the Ray Webb home at Tttonka. The Russell Thompson family of Burt called at the Bernard Jenson home Sunday afternoon. Several from here attended the funeral of Mrs. (Herbert Rossiter at Fenton Monday 'afternoon. iMrs. Cecil Seegebarth went to Albert iLea, Minn., last week for a visit at the Harry Rahn home. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz visited at the Mrs. Carl Zoller home at Bricelyn, Minn., Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Edw. Zunkel had the misfortune to break her shoulder last week Thursday and is under the care of Dr. West. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Behrends and family moved into rooms in the Lynch building Saturday. Mr. Beh- Let's keep the Ihing, s we have! «„„, We earn our pleasures in the American Way of Life! Give him a little opening and you can get a pretty good argument out of any red-blooded American. But this national passion for debate serves more than the purpose of providing vocal exercise. It is the American way of deciding how things are to be done. We like to argue pro and con ... give everyone equal opportunity to say his say. Then come to an agreement on the course that represents collective opinion.... For nigh onto a hundred years Old Style Lager has served the common want for a wholesome and refreshing beverage. Passing generations have presented a succession of changing tastes. But all bave united in favoring the quality characteristics that have made Old Style Lager ... "America's Quality Beer." Old Style is supplied by merchants dedicated to the highest standards of service ;;; Keep Pitching, America! </ ran 100 YIAtt • « • AMItlCA'C SMe.Cager 4JP UNION MADE flP A MIHC A'C Q U A I f'? .91 f I Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and family spent Sunday visiting 5 fela* tlves in Blfflore. Mrs. Alvin Richardson and Son were Sunday dinner .guests at the Ray Wentworth bjbm*. MIPS. Karl ftiehardsbh and ffidy- vean visited Sunday afternoon at the ttovld Farrow hbme. Mrs. John Drew left last Sunday for Minneapolis to vtelt her daugh ter, Mrs. Maurice Seyler. She returned Wednesday. iDorls Soever arrived home Friday evening from Wlndna, Minn., where she Is In defense work. She returned Sunday 'evening. Mr. and *Jrs. .Wm. Dorsey, Jr. and Sharon of Woden and Mr. and Mrs. iBarvey Graham were Sunday dinner guests at the A. G. Farming ton home. The three Mino babies were bap tized Sunday at the Grant M. E. church. They were Dlartne Lee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mino, Nancy May, daughter of Mi', ^nd Mrs. Glen Mino and Jo Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mlno. Rev. Bohl conducted the Services. iD. A. Link of Thompson has been dismissed from the Buffalo Center hospital, where he has_ been confined since he was severely burned when his store burned in February. He will \ stay with his son, Ervln, near' Swea City and Mfg. Link Will 8tiy at the Howe 6f her brother, leit Sfewning, near Lohe Rdek. A forgo crowd attendftdMhe Se- nidf class play "ttef e Conies' ChaN 116" at the Grant S6h66l auditorium Thursday evening'. The tast con- bf Alien* fioevsf, clarence ftlchafdson, ffimetfdfl Melfy, JdhH ffettli, 6ttal Work, MariaN Saf; clfle MagnuWen, RAmtA n, Jtfr DftaWortft aBd KolliWeh. The play was dtrl eeted by Mrs, V. A. Barrett* . Livestock Auction GARNER, IOWA Sales Held Every Thursday ALL FARMERS: If you have livestock of any kind to sell, consign to tills reliable weekly auction. We are equipped to handle your stock in the best possible manner. Highest prices for your livestock are assured every week by the many competitive buyers from alt over" Iowa and adjoining states. You furnish the stock— we furnish the buyers. ' ' Garner Sales Co. Garner, Iowa ends will work for Glenn House- older. The Clarence Lohse family of Fairmont an dthe Leland Hantle' man and Paul Voight families of 'enton were Sunday dinner guests f Mrs. Dora Laabs. The Henry Kuecks and Mr. and ilrs. B. O. Jensen were guests at ie Marvin Kueck home at Seneca 'riday evening in honor of Karen Kay's first birthday. The Hildreth Pettit family of 'enton, the Glenn Householder amlly, Mrs. Evelyn Earing -and 'hyllis Seegebarth were guests 'it he George Pettit home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Marlow, Jrs. Hugh Marlow, Dell Marlow nd daughter, Betty, drove to Sioux City Saturday and visited William . Marlow, who is stationed there. Marian Jensen of Muscatine, Marjorle Jensen of Boxholm, Luille Genrich and friend, Marjorie Calhoun, both students -at Ames, pent the week-end at their re- pective homes. Jessie Stebritz, Mason City, and {athryn Stebritz, Clear Lake, spent lunday with Mrs. Kate Hawks. <athryn remained for a few days efore leaving for the west coast, vhere she will be employed. Mrs. LHlle Thompson and Neva, he Walter and Ralph Thompson amilies, Mrs. Hattie Shaser, Mr. nd Mrs. Albert Shaser and Betty itarie were dinner guests at the R. H. Artman home at Burt Sun- lay. Wallace Hobson, son of Mr. and ilrs. Harry Hobson, who is a flight adio officer with an air transport onnected with the United Air jines at San Francisco, Calif., ar- ived Sunday morning for an ex- ended visit with his parents. Mrs. Anna Newbrough of Humboldt, the Robert Benzin family and Miss Geraldine Benzin, all of oliet, 111., and Mrs. Kathryn Johnon of Clear Lake, S. D., are visit- ng at the home of Mrs. Richard Long and with other relatives. The Jim Long family were dinner guests and the Ralph Thompsons .vere supper guests of Mrs. Long on Sunday. The Sunrise services conducted >y the young people of the Lone Rock church at 6:30 Sunday morn- ng were well attended. Virginia and Darwin Frye were received as members at this service. At the 10 o'clock service Nancy Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmur Tischer, was baptized and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blanchard, Genevieve Thomsen, Fern Sanders, Donald and Harold Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson and sons, Warren, Charles and Howard joined the church. Four Corner Newa •Mrs. John Sabln's mother, Mrs. Rich, is spending a few days at the Sabin home. Doris Drayton has been confined to her home the past week with an attack of the measles. Mrs. Ida Nickerson is spending a few days with her daughter and family, the A. B, Alexanders. • Johnny, son of, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ram us, is spending a few days with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham. Clarice Harlan spent the weekend with her folks, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan. Sunday the Harlana attended a family dinner at Mrs. Harlan's sister, Mrs. Dittmer's home. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Robinson were at Milford Sunday to attend the funeral of an old friend, Bert O. Sairell, who died quite suddenly of a heart attack. His death was a shock to friends as he bad been normally healthy until the time of his death. Sunday callers at the E. C. Witham home • were Mrs. Witham, Myrtle Vining and Harriet, Juneadell and Annabelle Stoter, OMr. and Mrs. 'Leo Ramus, Johnny and Mr. Ramus' mother, Mr. and Mrs. Don Erickson and children, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham, Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin and girls and L. J. 'Lawman. One i M OAK STORES """ ^^~~ ^^ VOUR MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, APRIL 30 AND MAY 1 The brand that signifies the best in foods. Superb brand quality can be bought with the same number of "Ration Points" foods of .inferior quality. i A AV+>^+fmt * «**i^ *^ mr^m •» v KV«V*~ — j Superb as Apricot Halves 16-oz. Can I5c U FataU Whole Segment GRAPEFRUIT Fancy pack trace of the peel removed. with bitter every inner- No. 2 Can ...I5c M PolnU Fancy Diced Mixed Fruit 16-oz. Can I8c U Point* COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS ROUND STEAK Instruct us how thick to cut these tender lean steaks . . . Thin or medium to fry or extra thick for a Spanish style Swias Steak. PURE LARB Pound Cartons NECK BONES Per Pound PORK SPARERIBS, Pound .... I9c CLUB FRANKFURTERS, Pound 25c CODFISH, Pound Brick 33c BEEF t PORK MEAT LOAF, Lb. 34c SIRLOIN Steaks mod Roasts Per Pound FIRST PRIZE MEALY BEANS 4 Point! l'«r Found 2 Lbs. I5c LARGE LIMA BEANS 4 Points 1'er 1'onnd 2 Lbs. 23c GERBER'S BABY FOOD Cereal and Inst. Oatmeal Per Package — I3c Gerbert . URIAl POOD I THE REDUCED NUMBER OP RATION POINTS REQUIRED WON-UP GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Sweetened and Unsweetened No, 2 Can .... 130 46-Ounce Can 290 4 Point* • Point! WEYLER'S ONION FLAKES and CHOPPF/) PARSLEY Dehydrated and ready to use In Soup, Salad, Gravy t Dressing Pkg. I0c MASTER TOAST Also known as Skorpor or Zwieback. May be had plain or cinnamon. Babies love its finer flavor. Large 24-oz. Pkg AOw Zo0 High Patent "Enriched" FLOUR The "thirsty" all purpose flour that bakes more loaves per bag. I BARItEI, 9 IO9 4 BAG I FIRST PRIZE FLOUR, J r/ el $1,69 Clorox Bleaches —'Deodorizes — Disinfects REMOVES NUMEROUS STAINS Take advantage of Council Oak's special buy on this item. Superb ROLLED OATS FOUND . PACKAGE SWEET AS SUGAR! The large juicy Orapefruit at Council Oak are fully I ripened and so sweet that many enjoy them best 1 without sugar, DWARFIES Popped Wheat 150 PKCi S* t • * * t \lfitf)! YOU WONT I ^V^aa* MISS MEAT Green Top CARROTS Bunch Waxe4 Rutabagas e Pound ...... U New Crop ONIONS Pound WINESAP APPLES, Per Pound .............10c IOEBEBQ mVfVQM, Large Bead , 15c SUN5JST W5BJQU8, if for ,,,,.,.,,,,.,,,,,, 18c| BREAD^GRAVY DINNER Nancy Ann •'Enriched" BREAD M3S?.. IN P. & G, SOAP PRODUCTS QUEST IVORY, per cake j»9 IVORY FLAKES, small, 19* larfe ,,..25e DUZ, small pkg,, IQe, large 25o OXYDOL, imalj pkg M (0«, largo .„...,?&? Ma Brown Wfol* Wheat BREAD 14 wr., Ill *, ' '[ ^ * ^ Ef¥ , ' J r t "Y *{ ' Y •' t " f '" - ' - r ° n gS.g|Jff,: S^S"'-'«ij t» *-#M »"ia A* HAWtlKOTON S «,«» Office **6ne4# ALQONA, IOWA ' HimOBfflON ft tttJTOHWOAI"" ATJTOftNmS AT IAW A. Hutchison <1862-1&8«> Donald 0. Kfutchlsbh . Theodore C. Huttihison Sefcurtty State B^ k . £««*"»* Phone 251 A!grona,lo*» B. J, Van Ness ^eft A,B«inl»* ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices (n new Heiae BulMIng .. Phone 213 Algona, low* Gaylord D. ShumWay Bdw* D. Kelly SHUMWAY * KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW , /• Office in ftutchlson Bldg., Phone M ALGONA, IOWA LINN ATf & LiYNOH , ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa JPhone 281 Offire over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALQONA, IOWA L. A. WXNKBL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office m Hutchison Building PHYSICIANS A SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK, M. D. PHYSICIAN & SUROBON " Over Rexall Drug Store. Office Pbone 300 Res. Phone 820* C H. CKETZMEYER, M. D. Phone 444-810 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office In John Galbralth Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVDf G, BOURNE Phone—Office 197 Rea. 104 Across from F. S. Norton & Son OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to non-surgical treatment of rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture DENTIS1B DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located In New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 166. Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. O. D. SCHAAP DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. Phone 183 Res, Phone 174 Algona, Iowa A. 3. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 69 Residence 809 . KARL R. HOFFMAN DENTIST Office in New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 , Res. Phone lie EMMXJT8BUKG FBODUOHON j < - CREDIT 'A8SOOIATKW'- 7 ?*" * ''" Loans to Fanners .and Stockmen 'with'a sound basis for credit , Rate 4%%. Part time office, Friday 1 to 4 p. m. at Bohannon Insurance Agency,,, above S. & L. Store, Algona. Typewriter Paper 59 This la a good grade bond paper and will make an ex cellent school paper. The Algona Upper Des Moines "BETTER QUALITY" "QUICKER SERVICE" HEADQUARTERS For Mnde-to-Order RUBBER STAMPS Your orders will be filled promptly and efficiently QRPER NOW! STAMP PADS AND INKS BAND STAMPS-SEALS OTBAWJONATOPEB DES MOINES H.W.POST Dray mi Transfer Stprage * of all kinds long distance hauling. Every load insured against )os« or damage. Equipped to do al] kind? ef Smjrtng and, hjjuJl, ' *\ 'II i:- n ' h- SuyWqr Bonds ivtry * * * &'. W "f *' H fe - 1^-_ L -?^tf

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