The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 6, 1943 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 6, 1943
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Sheriff Will Issue Chauffeur Permit* ,The state department of public Hafcty said Thursday thftt the new law passed by the last legislature to give relief to the critical short- ftgo of chauffeurs Is now In effect. Under It, persons holding a valid driver's license or n chauffeur's license from another state may apply to county sheriffs, pay the $2 state Chauffeur's license fee and receive a temporary chauffeur's permit good for 15 days. Sometime within the 16 days such persons, however, must appear before a regular driver's license examiner and take the required chauffeur's examination. Sheriff Art Cogloy Informs us that an examiner was In his office Monday and will again be here May 10 and May 24 to take care of applicants for permits. Clnrice Harlan spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. V. Hnrlan. VI*** A 1. C. O rV /* SUNDAY, MONDAY AND TUESDAY - May 9-10-11 TI» <r> v Hi, * i * FASCINATING f" BARBARY f ' COAST X ... In its gayest nineties! * f n tt"" < wl.h Laird CREGAR June HAVOC lETY ADDED ATTRACTIONS •MARCH OK TIMK" -:- "INSIDE FASCIST SPAIN" SPECIAL NEWS RELEASE "THE JAPANKSK VKRSION OF PKAUL I1AUBOR" "THE RELEASE OF THE COAL STRIKE" "THE BOMBING OF BATAAN" "THE FALL OF COUREGIDOR" Helen Stewart ts Bride- Staff Sgt. John Roscoe Stewart, Greenville, S. C., announces the marriage of his sister, Helen, to Staff Sgt. Cferald A. Oagnon of Berlin, N. H. The wedding was -a beautiful ceremony, held at the Florence Air Base Chapel on April 24. Chaplain Lieut. Keeler officiated at the double ring ceremony 1 . Attendants were Sgt. and Mrs.' Thomas Gardner of Chicago, 111. The bride was attired in a powder blue street length dress with navy accessories and a corsage of pink carnations and blue corn (lowers. Mrs. Gardner wore a street length dress of royal blue with brown accessories. Her corsage was of gladiolas. The new Mrs. Gagnon is a 1938 graduate of Algona high school. For the past six months she has been living with her brother and wife in Greenville, S. C. Both Helen and Roscoe, together with Roscoe's bride, visited in Algona last fall. Staff Sgt. Gagnon is a 1938 graduate of the Berlin, N. H. high school and has been serving with the United States Army Air Force for the past two years. The newlyweds are now at home at 113 Cheves street, where the bridegroom is now stationed. Irclan-Nclson Wedding— Jo Ellen Irelan, only daughter of Mr, and Mrs. W. C. Irelan, became the bride of Vcrnon Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Nelson, at a simple ceremony performed Tuesday morning at 10:30 at St. Cecelia's Rectory. Father J. W. Mallinger officiated at the single ring ceremony in trie presence of the immediate families. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Frankl attended the couple. Following the ceremony the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Irelan entertained ;it a dinner at Cook's private dining room. The new Mrs. Nelson is a 1940 Rummage and Food Sale SATURDAY, MAY 15 Basement of Masonic Temple Beginning .it 8 a. m. Sponsored by Eastern Star ;raduate of the local high school. Jhe attended the State University of Iowa for two years. For the past few months she has been employed in the office of the Pioneer Seed Co. and for the Iowa Defense Relocation office. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy. He is at present a student at the National College of Chiropractic in Chicago. Both Mr. and Mrs. Nelson are popular young people of the community. The bridal pair left on the train Tuesday evening for Chicago, where they will make their home. Bernlcc Sutton Weds— Bernice Sutton and Sergeant Raymond Alderson were married at 8:30 Friday evening, April 30, at the Methodist church in Fairmont with the Rev. W. A. Korfioge officiating. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Adelbert Fisher and also present was the bride's mother. Miss Sutton is' the daughter of Mrs. Anna Sutton, Algona. For a number of years she was one of Kossuth's rural teachers. The past year or so she has been employed at the National Tea Store, and was •ecently made manager. Mr. Alderson is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Alderson of Ruthven. He recently returned from the Hawaiian Islands, where he had spent over a year, to attend Officer's Candidate School at Forl Knox, Ky. He left Saturday nigh! for Fort Knox. He was employed at the Hoenk Motor Co. here a few years ago. Walker Granddaughter Weds— Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Messenger of Cedar Rapids have announced the marriage of their daughter, Sarah May, to Pfc. Robert A. Lauterbach son of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Lauter- bnch of Sac City. The weddinf, look place April 27 at Weatherford, Okla. The new Mrs. Lauterbach is the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs. Will F. Walker of Algona The bride attended Grinnell col.- lege and was graduated from the University of Iowa on April 23 receiving her B.S. degree. Her husband is a private in the army air corps and is now attending administration school in Weatherford, Okla., where the couple wil make their home. Plum Creek Literary Club— The Plum Creek Literary Club met at Nellie McWhorters. Th assisting hostess was Ethel Card ner. The proram was a musica one consisting of a vocal trio b; Mary Janice McWhorter, Virgini MeWhorler andfiatbaja thdfflp- on. Barbara Thorriifcon sang a olo. Joan MeWhottet played nn nstrumental solo, "Farewell to the .Ips." Millie Siagle afid Clara Keith gave a piano duet. The next meeting Will be held at the Cett- ral school On May II. Hostesses will be Elsie Jenkins and Vivian Cuhn. Ella Hutdhlns will have •harge of the program. Shower for Bride-»El«6l— Lucile and Marjorle Peterson, Mrs. Leo Immerfall and Donna iill were hostesses Monday evening at a pre-nuptlal shower honoring Lavon Sankey. Twelve girls were present and the evening was spent playing "Fifty." Prizes were received by Harriett Clayberg and Leona Siemer. Miss Sankey was presented with a woolen blanket and four Rose Point sherbert glasses. She will be married soon o Officer Candidate Ralph Lindhorst, who expects to receive his commission soon. Jresco Club Meets—The Cresco Mother and Daughter club's last meeting was held with Mrs. Val Moore and Mrs. Emma Jean Wildin as hostesses. Thirteen members and two guests were present. Election of officers was held during the business session, with all of the previous offii^ cers being reelected. The social lour was spent in games and con- to . son, who wad celebrating her birthday. t « H Thfe iBatfutt will Mi ifab!&*M *k«v oft. ECONOMIC!!!. THIS THEATRE JOINS WITH Thuisday, Friday and Saturday May 6,7 and 8 W PREMIERE OF AN OUTSTANDING MOTION PICTURE SUBMIT! rf.fT.i- The fierce heart-cry of a J woman made for love, who has been forced to learn HATE... under the terrors of enemy occupation. See her story — and the story of the man she made of the man she wanted. CHARLES Dirtctcd fry Jctn Renoir fecr««a Ftejr by Dudley Nkbott No Saturday Night Games LAUGHTON • O'HAKA • WALTER SLEZAR KENT SMITH • UNA O'CONNOR RENOIR* DUDLEY NICHOLS ___ Production ,. During This Engagement-Added Attraction - Walt Disney's "Sky Trooper" \AS\S " * " * itiSS: ^.Stt r s The next meeting will be held May 12 with Anna Sparks as hostess and Cora Martin as assistant. Duhigs Golden Weddlns— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duhigg, Sr., of Emmetsburg, parents of Mrs. E. C. McMahon of Algona, celebrated the 50th anniversary of their marriage on Monday, May 3. Mr. and Mrs. McMahon attended, together with other Algona friends of the couple. A mass was celebrated in St. Thomas church in honor of the occasion with their son, the Rev. James Duhigg, of Livermore officiating. Open house was held at the home during the afternoon. Birthday Club Organizes— The Rebekah Degree of Honor Staff gave a surprise party Tuesday evening in honor of the birthdays of Mamye Duryea and Mabel Lund at the home of Amy Geering. Two cakes were baked and beautifully decorated by Myrtle Turnbaugh for the occasion. The group decided to organize as a birthday club including members of the Degree of Honor Staff. Bea Lynk was' elected president and Esther Barton, secretary. Baptist Guild Meets— The Alma Noble Guild of the Baptist church met Tuesday evening at the D. D. SparksJiome at Hobarton. The .folloiwng " officers were installed by Bernice Reaper Leek, installing officer: President, Jean Jones: vice president, Katherine Knutson; secretary-treasurer June Minerd. There were eleven members present. The organization is the girls' missionary society of the church. Sorority Picnic— The Beta Sigma Phi sorority will hold their regular meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Donald Miller with a picnic preceding the business session. The officers will be installed at this meeting by the new director, Mrs. Miller The committee in charge consists of Mrs. E. H. Hutchins, Mrs. Bob Williams, Mrs. Donald Miller and Mrs. D. P. Smith. U. S. W. To Convention— A delegation from the local unit of United Service Women will leave Friday for Des Moines where they will attend the second state convention of the organization, to be held at the Fort Des Moines hotel. Those attending from here are Mrs. A. A. Bishop, Mrs. H. W Thompson, Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, Mrs. D. D. Monlux and Mrs. Clinton Lighter. trt Wl»t TO KOOHOWllM, MIM VOUR ttAtlAN BOOM TO iUpIR VALU WHERE YOU OET THt MO»T VALUI FOR TMt POlNTi VbU HAVE TO *P«M*, * N f;. *°"" FOOD. DOLLAR OOM FAHTHtRt SHOP AND 8AVI AT •UPBH VALUI CHICKEN NOO016 S6UP , A CAMPBELL'S 2'asrt7< BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS 4»jk WHEATIES 2-°"-20< |llEROATS «»' SOFTASILK Alt VEGETABLE SHORTENING E-ZKREEM FDOP STORES 44 OZ. PKO. 3 IBS. AMERICA* IIAUfv: SPAGHETTI 0* MACARONI 1 IB. PKGS. SUNRICH EXTRA CRISP ' CORN FLAKES • LARGE tJ OZ. PKGS.> ...,__ MARV *T«W«I»« -_ Vinegar <~ I2c Cake Flour 8lb .»,.25c TEXAS UNSWEETENED JUIOE OF «ARV •«««• Grapefruit «te L 12c Corn Starch ., * M 5c 1«K UNSWEETENED JUICE OF JANTA CLARA «0/90 &BSS ?«=»• ™—'"*£ *ftL-^»BSS Fla-vor-aid 3 »» TOMATO Catsup i4oi. bo LIGHT SYBUP Apricots "/o, 2 ! OUT Green Beans QUICK, QUAKE" OATS I IHc Margarine m. 28c THU WU OREAT NORTHERN I3c Beans im.-n.10c TRU-WU HP. NAVY . 2lc Beans nb.»u.10c TRU VU LAROE i9<,..canl3c Lima Beans iib.«no loc 1 CREAM STYLE _ TRU VU SPLIT _ 18K Corn 2 200,: «n. 27c Qreen Peas 1 m. d... 13c ORE«M STYLE TRU VU SPLIT Iowa Corn zo...»» izc Yellow Peas nb.«u. 13c SauefkrTut 2 r 29c VdWeas ,,«,, 13c UUNCHEONMEAT „ RUBUQOID • Spam i2.,c. n 39c shoeWhl t e .., I5c SUNRicn f Oj» Bran Flakes »«.»!,. I0c Sani-Flush ^^ loc Cheerioats TO^PI... I2c Drano ««..«" I9c Wheat Flakes 215 16c Clorox r J8c ORAPENUT8 Windex 2 bo«,., 25C Wheat Meal ie.,p>,. 13c « 470 , lo - SUNSIICH QUICK OR REQ. BOCMCal * "" I1IB Rolled Oats *»*.»,. I8c K . 9 ° BB L E o NABISCO SHREDDED 1»^« Cn«fl Wheat 120^^.110 4 7 p£. I9c PUFFED RICE SPARKIES FOR MAKING JEU CERTO 8 OZ. BOTTLE . STANDARD ALASKA PEAS NO. 2 20 OZ. CAN MAGIC BAKE ENRICHED FLOUR 1.95 49 IB. SACK GOID NUGGET 49 IB. SACK l JL • GOID MEDAL ^2.45 14V, o«. Shredte 2 p to , 25c Milk 3 «, OOLO NUQOET PANCAKE REDIFLO REO. OR IODIIED i Flour luc Salt tn>.pt g . BAKINO POWDER '. - . * nmm 1.11 " Calumet »• «.*.'; I4c - Sure Jell A- . RIOHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES. SOAP GRAINS SWEETHEART WASH WELL Wa-Tan- Eleven members of the Wa-Tan- Ye Club met for dinner Tuesday evening at the Algona Hotel. Lavon Sankey presided over the business meeting for the last time before leaving the club to be married. Delegates to the convention at Albert Lea, Minn., to be held May 22 and 23, were chosen. They are Genevieve Sterling and Donna Hill. Prize Winners at Academy— At the combination card and dancing party held at the Academy last Wednesday Mrs. Mary Lentsch received the high score prize for 500, Mrs. Leo Spilles the Auction bridge prize and Mrs. James Fleming of Mason City the Contract bridge prize. The committee consisted of Mrs. Craig Smith and Mrs. Harlan Frankl. P. E. O. Meets— The P. E. O. Society is meetiing this (Thursday) afternoon with Mrs. Nannie McMahon. .Mrs. E. J. Murtagh and Mrs. T. H. Chris- chilles are in charge of the program. Mrs. Chrischilles will read Richard Sherman's short story, "Remember Him Now," which appeared in a recent McCall magazine. D. A. R. To Meet— The local chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will meet Frjday afternoon, May 11, at 2:30 in the club room of the library. Hostesses will be Mrs. Maude Free and Mrs. Anna Fairbanks. Election of officer* will be held at this meeting. The topic for the program is "The British Isles." O. E. S.— Mrs. Eva Wille was elected Conductress to take the place of Mrs. Maxine Walker at the regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star Tuesday evening. Clint Lighter affiliated from another lodge. Legion Auxiliary To Meet— The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held Monday evening, May 10, at eight o'clock. Mrs. G. P. Brundage's division will serve. Candlelight Clulv— Mrs. W. B. Quarton entertained the members of the Candlelight club at dinner at her home Tuesday evening. The evening was spent at bridge. Merry Mixers— Mrs. Perry Collins was hostess National Baby Week Use the Ivory Family for Baby Large Package 25* Large Bar 10- Large Package 25° Algona Creamery Butter Ib. 49c Super FRUITS fW Valu VEGETABLES Mac & Cheese - Pickle & Pimento - Dutch Style 2Pts. |A C % Lb. '*• BAKED LOAVES BROKEN SLICED BACON SUMMER SAUSAGE 19' 4 POINTS B. Zv 5 POINTS B. UV 4 POINTS MOUNT HOPE BRICK LONGHORN CHEESE END CUT PORK CHOPS 8 POINTS ,39 c 8 POINTS 7 POINTS CALIFORNIA CARROTS MEDIUM SIZE ORANGES TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT LARGE SIZE HEAD LETTUCE FANCY APPLES NEW RADISHES FBE§H ASPARAGUS 2 bunches DOZ. 15= 39' 4 ,25' EACH 3 libs, for 5' I*b. WI^P ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^^ ^Sfjlfj^ FOOD MA\iy STORES ^ M ^ *"" ^ * - — -~~ —

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