The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 13, 1943 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 13, 1943
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EAerTYP.T.A. HOLDS MEET, AND PROGRAM MONDAY gwea.City~A show tot antiques was held ift the school building Monday night as a part of the Parent-Teachers meeting program. The committee In charge included Mesdames Ray Sperbeck, J. J. Anderson, Dettmar Thompson, A. B. Tweeten and Anna Larson. A musical program was presented by the school, included were the mixed chorus, a flute solo, the boys' quartette, saxophone solo, sextette, school, band and grade chorus. Lunch and a social hour followed the program. **d JANS 1081 f BBCtiONAt The Swea City Trojans lost their game with Arnwtrojng at the iecttonal baseball tourftament et lngsted Saturday. This is the first game they have lost since the opening game with Grant They won six consecutive games by small margins. ^M W ••• * • m*m^*m • — — ORGANIZE 4H CLUB AT LUVERNE Martin Nelson has moved into the rooms vacated last tfeek by the Fred Infelts. John Alberts and daughter, Florence, spent Sunday at the John E. Anderson home. Fisher Post, American Legion, voted at its meeting last week to send 500 packs of cigarettes to service men in combat areas. Mrs. Faye Wenzel visited her father and friends here last week. She accompanied her son, Kenneth Hethershow, who was home on furlough* , Merrill Edberg spent part of his furlough with friends here last week. He has just completed training for a technician rating in the coast artillery. He will return east for his future assignment. Ladies' from here who attendee the Baptist Womans Midyear Rally at Ft. Dodge Monday included Mrs. Fred Peterson, Mrs. S. A Andersen, Mrs. Walter G. Smith Mrs. C. H. Kessler and Mrs. Roy Kluger. Loren Byers, who now lives in Ohio, 'and his daughter, Mrs. Wickard (Avis) of Minneapolis,! spent- Mother's Day with their mother and grandmother, Mrs. Sadie Byers Anderson. .Other guests of Mrs. Anderson were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Byers and Mrs. Hannah Anderson. Betty Rush, of Algona, spent the week-end with Eva Lee Smith. Luverne—A 4-H club for town girls was organized Friday evening at the J. A. Nelson home with 17 girls joining. The following officers were chosien; President, Hariet Nelson; vice president, Nadine Whittenberg; secretary, Jean Schultz; treasurer Norma Ramus; historian, Margaret Moeding, and reporter, Phillys, Hedrick. Mrs. Hugh Shirk, Mrs. Walter Hefti and Mrs. Richard Bashan are the leaders of the organization. After a social hour with games and music a dainty lunch was served. The next meeting will be held Monday afternoon, May 24, at the community hall with the mothers of the girls as guests. EVANGELICAL WOMEN HELD MOTHER-DAUGHTER TEA The women of the Evangelical church sponsored a Mother and Daughter Tea Sunday evening at the community hall with an attendance of 42. A program consisting of a playlet depicting the life of a mother was presented. Marylin Hefti, dressed in her mother's wedding dress, sang "Mother's Wedding Gown" and Mrs Lewis Merkle and daughter, Alice Mae, sang "My Mothers Prayer." Sandwiches, cake and coffee were served from a long table presided over by Miss Florence Hof and Mrs. Albert Hefti. There was a colorful arrangement of tulips and snapdragons. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk and daughter Sally spent Sunday at Royal, Iowa. Big Spurt in SKIRT Popularity Because they're Cool, Comfortable and Smart for that 2 Piece Look! 1.98 3.35 Let it pour! YOU'LL BE DRY and COOL in This WATER- JFROOFED POPLIN COAT— For practicability it can't be beat..... and when it comes to looks, it's first in the fashion parade! Made for all the world on the style of an officer's coat, it features huge pockets, is belted for dash 7.95 Others at 4.95 to 10.95 Red, Tan, Blue, Rose Peasant type skirts that look equally-well with tailored shirts or feminine blouses. Made full, with a waist-be-littling band for smoother fit. Wear yours to the office ... to classes and for casual doings . . . and dress it "up or down" depending on the style blouse you wear it with. Mr, and Mrs. Erwiti Meyer of Clarion spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs, Ella Woito. Mrs, Nellie O'Connell and two daughters, of Humboldt, spent Mother's Day at the parental Will Ellis home. Miss Bessie Schmidt, who Is employed In Minneapolis, spent over Mother's Day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schmidt. Mrs. Lenora Bond spent the week-end at Peterson visiting her husband's parents. Mr. Bond is m defense work in California. Miss Hulda Fritzmeier, who was a delegate to the Evangelical Conference at Manly last week, returned home Sunday evening. Miss Vera Giddings went to Chicago Saturday evening where she will visit relatives and where she expects to find employment. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peterson ol Swea City and Mariam Thomas employed in Titonka, were guests at the rural home of Mr. and Mrs E. B. Thomas Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trauger entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ho. and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Traugei and baby at their home Sundaj as is their usual custom Mother' Day. • Harold Clapsaddle, son of Franh Clapsaddle, who was reported a missing in action in April, 1942 is now a prisoner of the Japs ii the Phillipines according to a mes sage received from the war de partment. Atty. George Marty of Maso City was a business visitor here Monday. His brothers, Otto, Adam, Matt, Henry, Ed and Will, all live on farms near Luverne and his sister, Emma, makes her home m town with Miss Anna Woito. The Rev. Paul Beckman, who has had two charges located near Winterset, is the new pastor at the Evangelical church. He has a wife and small daughter. His father was at one time pastor of the Renwick Evangelical church. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Roggow and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Roggow and the latter's daughter, Mary, all of Dunnell, Minn., were guests at the apartment of the former's daughter, Lillian Roggow, home economics and commercial teacher here. Lewis V. Block, who has been in the army three months, has been promoted to private first class. He is located at Camp Hood Texas. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Block, and is in radio communication on a tank destroyer. The Rev. E. R. Walter, former Evangelical pastor here, now located at Afton, and his brother Harry Walter, Boxholm, a delegate to the conference at Manly were breakfast guests at the Free Merkle home Wednesday morninj enroute to the conference. Mrs E. B. Thomas receive( word Sunday that her brother-in law, C. R. Thomas, had died very uddenly that morning at his ome in Ft. Dodge. He was 61 years Wand has a son, Kermit, m the ervice in the New Guinea area rom whom they have not heard or the past 4^ months. Kresensky's Kresensky's •q X O z in \ 79 m O TELEPHONE DIRECTORY to be printed soon O If ypu wont to m*ke a in yeyp lilting * or if ye« wont an additional lifting - Pl*«*t Call O«r Business OffU« Now. '' ..'. . -. ; t' NORTHW6ST6BN Bill TIIEPHQNE COMPANY SENECA WOMAN IS INJURED WHEN HORSES FRIGHTEN Seneca—Mrs. Alfred Godfredson, who suffered serious chest injuries last week Wednesday, when she was run down by a team of frightened horses as she was helping her husband hitch them to the manure spreader, >s recuperating satisfactorily, at this writing, at her home northwest of Seneca. It is thought that the ribs are broken away from the sternum and she is in a brace, but will not have to be put in a cast as wus first anticipated. OSBORNS ENTERTAIN AT FAREWELL DINNER SUNDAY Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Osborn entertained at a spring chicken dinner, her brother, Le- Koy Twait, seaman 1st class of the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, who was enjoying a four day leave with home folks, also Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Twait and family and the Lester Larsons, all of Cylinder. The Osborns plan to leave this week-end, perhaps Friday, for Rockford, 111., where Mr. Osborn has employment awaiting him in a defense plant. He will be given several weeks of special training before he begins actual Ole Oftedahl also had to give up his school bus and will find Employment in war work. Supt. Kingery and Mr. Bellas are driving the latter's school bus. LOCAL GROUP ATTENDED BACCALAUREATE AT GRANT Sunday guests at the Clarence Osborn home included Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown and son of Armstrong and Mrs. Anna Osborn of Fenton. The Osborns, Browns and Mrs. Anna Osborn drove to Grant Sunday evening where they attended baccalaureate services at the Grant Consoldiated School. A nephew of the Clarence Osborns and Wm, Browns, and grandson of Mrs, Anna Osborn, Emerson Kelly, was one of the graduates. The party spent the last part of the evening at the Otto Kelly home. Mr. and Mrs Wesley Patterson and daughter of Klemme were week-end guests at the parental Oscar Patterson home. Mrs. Ejmma Petersen, who submitted to a goitre operation at a Rochester hospital last, week, is recuperating satisfactorily, Mr. and Mrs, Earl Qsborn arid children; . were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the latter's parents, the Gus Twaits, Cylinder. P Sunday callers at the Sam Oleson home in observance Mother s Day were the Kalmer Randes of Rtagsted, the AJbert Codys mA Curtis Olesons and/ the Sigur4 Olesons of Fenton. ,,,_., The Floyd. Petersens and Fred Johnson, Fort Dodge, and Raymond petersen drove to Rochester Monday to be with their mPfher Mrs. Johnson remained ttwig, but the men returned gn Wednesday. Mr, and Mrs. Norman Thompson 8»4 .daughter, UY«& Sunday djpjier guests a.t man TBrnpSftn^BP ftt The dinner wp giy»ft « Pfr. pp fbempSB of ft- Rifey, s / ' ! '' ' CHURCH GROUP TO HOLD MEETING AT BURT WEDNESDAY Burt —A meeting for Sunday School superintendents, teachers, and other church school leaders will be held at the Burt Presbyterian church Wednesday, May 19, at 8:15 p.m. The meeting is being held under the sponsorship of the Iowa State Council of Christian Education and the Kossuth Ministerial Association. The theme of the meeting will be "Administering the Sunday School." The Rev. Thomas Fogelsong of Des Homes will address the group. Lawrence Miller attend Viesha at Ames last week-end. The Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. J. P. Stow Friday afternoon. The Birthday Circle met with Mrs. R. A. Bletch last Thursday afternoon. Miss Winch spent the week-end with Miss Anderson at her home near Swea City. Lura Sewlck is at home after completing her year's work as teacher in the Forest City school Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blumer and Junior Sigler, Algona, spent Sun. day evening at the H. W. Manu home. Mary Ann Smith, who teaches t Graettinger, spent the week- nd with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. {. J. Smith. The W. W. Boettchers and Mrs. VI. M. Chipman visited Mrs. Hatie Griffin, near Armstrong Sun- lay evening. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Earl Nester, fit Mankato, Minn. The Jim Christensens spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. Christensen's mother, Mrs. Hans ihristensen, at Ringsted. Mrs. Lottie Isenberger, who has been keeping house at the F. W. Baum home in Lakota, came home .ast Friday to spend a few weeics lere. The Herman Bussies, Werner Streuchers and Mrs. C. W. Reynolds and sons spent Sunday at the August Bellinger home in Algona. I B. Officer, who has been staying with his son at Fort Dodge, returned to Burt Friday for a visit at the home of his son, Supt. W. J». Officer. Fern Oestreicherleft Sunday to visit a friend at Fort Benning, Ga. Her beauty shop will be closed this week and next during her absence. A group of ladies gathered at the Rev. L. Richmann home Saturday afternoon to help Mrs. Richmann celebrate her birthday. The affair was a surprise. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Clement of Ames and their daughter, Mrs. Dave Evans and baby, spent bun- day at the home of Mrs. Clement s mother, Mrs. Carrie Blossom. The Lyle Johnson, Lake Crystal, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Clint Henderson, Austin, Minn., and the Durward Neitzels, Bancroft, spent Sunday at the Hermaft i'Neitzel home. Dr. C. J. Clapsaddle, Ste. Genevieve, Mo., visited from Sunday until Tuesday here with his brother, Dr. J. G. Clapsaddle, and with his father, D. D. Clapsaddle, and brother, Horace, in Algona. Mrs. Robert Leason and daughter, Mabel, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dremmel and son of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Art Leason and the Robt. Leasons, spent Sunday afternoon at the C. M. Gross home near Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Williams and Mr and Mrs. Ken Williams and son of Welcome, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barber of Minneapolis, Minn., were Friday evening dinner guests at the Don Mitchell home. Mr. and Mrs. John Emmert and baby and Ruth Meoness, Mason City, Kenneth Graham, Plymouth, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Graham, Bode and Mrs. Don Graves, who is toying with her sister at Masdn City, spent Mother's Day at the 'ay D. Graham home. The Woman's Club met Monday everting for the last meeting of the club year at the home of Mrs. G. J..F. Vogel, with Mrs. i..1. Kearney as assisting hostess. The program consisted of a book study, •Time Runs Out," by Henry J. Taylor, given by Mrs. M. M. Chipman. Lieut. Jack Wallace, Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Dorothy O'Hare, Mason City, visited Lieut. Wai- ace's grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Wallace, and his aunt, Mrs. G. P. Hawcott, Friday. He is in the air corps and was spending a 10-day furlough with his parents in Mason City. L .. Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Riedel home included Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson and son, Dennis of Algona, the Walter Leonards of West Bend, and Mr. anc Mrs. Jim Long and son, Roger of Lone Rock, and the L. H. Riedels The gathering was in honor of Mrs. Walter Riedel's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Howard of Barnard, S. D., visited from Saturday to Sunday at the home of Mrs. Howard's brother, Walter Sorenson. Mr. Sorenson took them to Mason City, where they were to visit relatives and then go on to Washington, D. C., where Mrs Howard has three children. Mrs Howard was formerly Mrs. Ser- dahl and lived in Burt for a time A group of friends gathered at he 3. G. McDonald home Friday evening to help him celebrate his birthday. The group included Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Stow, Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Stow, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mrs. C. B. Chipman, Mt< MM j. D. GMhfttA and M*. ana j. G. Sewlck. To the Fire Department of Algona We take this means of expressing our thanks and appreciation for the quick and effective work done in saving our building, which would otherwise have been a total loss—both building and stock. For Quick Service Call The Algona Fire Department W. A. & Don White H.W.POST j Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. Cold Storage For Your Fui Coats Cleaning Relining Glazing Altering * * Have Your Winter CLOTH COATS and SUITS Cleaned Now I FREE Storage 537 MODERN Dry Cleaners & Tailors YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, MAY 14 and 18 GRAPEFRUIT JUICE BRAND CANNED GOODS HALVES anfl SLICED PEACHES SII/VEB THEEAD SAUERKRAUT 130 Sweetened and unsweetened. May now be had witn fewer points. No. 2 Can, 2 Points Per Can 46-Oz. Can, 4 Points, Per Can MACARONI and SPAGHETTI 2 Found Cello. Bat: 160 CORN Whlt« Cream Stjrle •KM M *ltf» MOBNINO LIGHT BEAMS CUT GBEEN 14 Points ,.HO. Z CAM.... I9c COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS Old Fashioned MEAT LOAF, A "Ready Cooked" Beef and Pork Loaf. For a Sonday roast you garnish with Campbell's Tomato. Juice and thoroughly heat In the oven. ,. PORK NECK BONES 2 LBS. FOB ... PORK SPARERIBS .190 PER POUND PURE LARD 2 LBS. FOR 330 BIG SLICING BOLOGNA, Pound PICKLED PIGS FEET, 14-oz. Jar SUMMER SAUSAGE, Pound .... 22c 27c .3Sc PORK LOIN ROASTS and PORK CHOPS Pound 39c, 33c and Dainty»°°«" Soup Mix Pure chicken fat gives this soup a rich, tempting flavor. Cooks in 10 minutes. 4 generous servings in each package. Use Dainty Soup Mix for a "Point Stretcher."-, 2 Packages Not Balloned.. I5c WHITE LOAF 1 HIGH PATENT "Thirsty Flour" 1 Barrel 4 Bag .. FIBST f IlIZE FLOUR Vi-Bbl. Buff .. EGG and PEANUT SALAD Exchange the empty bags for 22 carat Gold Pattern Dishes. Lb Bag.. TRY TAG-CUT For rich mellow flavor, delightful aroma and "more cups per pound." Pound Jar .. 30c 6 hard cooked eggs Mayonnaise Celery curls to % cup SUPERB PEANUT KBUSH Garnish of peanut halves Cut the eggs in half lengthwise, remove the yolks and combine with SUPERB PEANUT KRUSH and mayonnaise to moisten. Pill the whites with this mixture. Put two halves of egg on a plate, surround with curls of celery. Put 2 tablespoons of mayonnaise dressing over each egg and garnish with peanut halves. Superb Peanut Krush, 16 ^ 30c Fancy Whole WHITE RICE Quick Cookintr : Pounds (or ... 210 Miller's CORN FLAKES Packages <. for 150 GERBER'S BABY FOOD Cereal and lost. Oatmeal Per Package ,.,,I3p Double-Mix BUTTER STRETCHER ARGO STARCH CORN and GLOSS |-F«und Package .....,..,,..,,... Double JELLY CUSSES ORANGES Those Sweet Julpy California Navete you have been eating of late wW soon be off the market. TW* may be the last week on these finest of all oranges. GRAPEFRUIT ripened and iso* sweet many enjoy them best ant sugar, Boy ttero by the ASPARAGUS Pound Bunch ...„„.. I8c SUNK1ST LEMONS WINESAP APPLES Nancy Ann BREAD MCr.. III COMSATE W* SOAPS tf J »»«» M? LIP ^,,^-,^ ^^*^W i# «W^ "^^^^Wi- jf , / . - r i T ' *L -i -v t •f'-i **• j ' i&Wcr/^s. 1 - <ii .,-»^&t • r4*C*"wfil K^a

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