The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 20, 1943 · Page 2
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CEO. W. ALTIZER, 79, LAKOTA, DIED THURSDAY, MAY 13 Lakota—Funeral services were fceld Sunday lor George W. Al- tlzer at the home at 2 o'clock and at the Methodist church at 2:30 with the pastor, the Rev. Edward Cass, in charge and the Rev. N. F. Grote, Armstrong, former pastor, giving the sermon and reading the Obituary. Mesdames E. L. Grabau and Harry Mussman, Lakota, and Mrs. N. F. Grote, Armstrong, sang "In The Garden," "Rock of Ages" and "Abide With Me," with Avis Mitchell at the piano. Pallbearers •were Art Lester, E. L. Grabau, John Meyer, Ben Farrow, Nick G**dttAti<m )May25 grandchildren, n6 school fhura* superintendent of the local shoo aftef twelve yea« of sefvici hey e , held Friday, eV8rySne, Will, be . Everyon* is asked to bring necessary. tires, r owfl dishes, silver, a covered dish-,' sandwiches and pies. Behfends and Chris Asmusson. Interment was in Maple Hill cemetery, Lakota. George W. Altizer was born to Jesse R. and Polly Altizer, March 16, 1884, in Floyd County, Virginia, and passed away at his home in Lakota on Thursday, May 13, at 6 o'clock p.m. He was married to Rachel Altizer in Virginia and four of their five children were born there.' They moved to Germania, now Lakota, in 1902, where they have since resided. He was employed as a Rock Island foreman for 32 years and was retired nine years ago. Mr. Altizer had been in failing health for the past three years and was 79 years of age. He leaves his widow, three sons, Moore of Popejoy, Iowa, Homer of Dululh, Minn., and Irvin at home; also two daughter, Gladys (Mrs. Wm. Mt- Dermott) Delevan, Minn., and Dana (Mrs. Geo. Heaving) Buffalo PeDsl-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y. „„„_„ 4Franchised Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF FORT DODGE Center; brothers and one Kalf-brotlter . One grandson preceded him in death. Mrs. Charles Eggerth, who has been ill the past two weeks, is reported as improving. A son was born to. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Peterson at the Buffalo Center hospital Saturday night, May 8th. Edward Buckels, Ft. Madison, came Sunday morning to join his wife, nee Betty Ley, who is visit* ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley. He will spend part of his vacation here. Guests at the J. H. Warburtons Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Torine, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Warburton and daughter, Ruth. The event was in celebration of Mr. Torine's birthday. Sunday dinner guests at the Jerry Heetlands were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Winter, the Ernest Wortmans, the Vernon Smith and Mrs. Larry Strafford, Lakota, and the Mike Winters of Mason City The Ledyard Twp. Farm Bureau met Friday night at the Alvin Rip- pentrops with 30 present. George Ennen entertained with several selections on his accordion. Mr. and Mrs. George Ennen, Wayne, Florence and Joan Heetland, Alivn and Gretchen Rippentrop and Mis. Ida Rippentrop put on a short play. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mrs. S. H. Taylor of Elmore, Minn., passed away at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Eleanor Boyd, Chicago, 111. Funeral services were held at the Elmore Methodist church Friday afternoon. She leaves two sons and one daughter. Mr. Taylor passed away two years ago and they were both well known in North Kossuth as he was a pioneer banker in the First National Bank in Elmore. Lone Rock schools held annual class day exercises and picnic last Friday with the following program: Music by the school band; salutatorlan, Virginia Lue Frye; class history, Arthur Person; class will, Dale Jensen; announcement of awards, Supt. V. V. Frye; class poem, Raymond Bierle; class prophecy, Catherine Mae Householder; valedictorian, Eugene Radig; class song, senior class. Commencement exercises were held in the high school gym the previous Wednesday With the following program: Processional, Miss Anna Duda; invocation, Rev. C. S. Whitehouse; musical number by Girls' Glee Club; introduction of speaker, Supt. V. V. Frye; address, "Life's Greatest Investment," Rev. W. H. Lease, Schaller; music by Girls' Glee Club; presentation of diplomas, Dell Marlow, president of school board; benediction, Rev. C. S. Whitehouse; recessional, Miss Anna Duda. H« was presefltedwith ft chair by the school board. The many friends of the family here regret their leaving Rone Rock. The Frye family will move to their farm near Laurens, Iowa, this week. Dally vacation Bible school will commence Monday, May 24, and continue for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Priebe of Bancroft were callers at the Emll Kraft home Friday evening. Mrs. Donald Blanchard and daughter, Donna Mae, spent sev-i eral days last week with Mr. Blanchard at St. Paul, Minn. Thomas O'Donnel and his sister, Mrs. Fred Flaig, were attendants at the funeral of a relative at Hastings, Nebr., the past week. Mrs. C. W. Perkins, of Nichols, Iowa, was a guest at the V. V. Frye home the past week and attended the graduation of her granddaughter, Virginia Frye. Mrs. R. E. Trainer, Mrs. Klaus Prusiman and daughter, Marlene, of Kanawha, and Mrs. Robert Ackerman of Burt were guests at the Frank Flaig home Thursday afternoon. The C. W. Heerdts of Algona were evening callers. News Items of Burt Vicinity, The J. L. Millers bought the J. T. Heaney house Monday. The L. H. Schencks were Sunday visitors at the Alfred Schenck home. Mrs. Tony Stoeffel of Emmetsburg was calling on Burt friends Monday. The Oscar Millers, of Titonka, We to celebrate two important events with us, Our Annual Founders' Sale, and our recent expansion Into many new lines of guaranteed merchandise. PRE-WAR CREST TIRES 475-500x19 - $8.38 plus tax 525-550x18 - $9.31 plus tax 525-550x17 - $9.93 plus tax Tire Rationing Regulations Relaxed! NOW — Drivers holding "B" and "C 1 ^. , ration books are eligible to purchase genuine Pre-War tires. This releases thousands of fine Gamble Tires, all of which were manufactured before Pearl Harbor, to "B" book holders who were previously restricted. Now, if you drive 241 miles or more per month, and your tires are not suitable for re-capping, have your tires inspected and if the inspector recommends a new tire, go to Gamble's with your certificate. You will find top quality, pre-war tires in the price range you wish to pay. AS LOW AS $1108 600x16 Plus Fed. Tax 7-Pi*ce Diamond Crystal BERRY SET SPECIAl One large and 6 * •mailer bowls. C It You Are Eligible Buy CORONADO "Kitchen" Console All-Elecfrte SEPARATOR $< Gold Band GLASSES O ONLY Set of six 9-oz. gold-banded tumblers in convenient carrying container. CONVENIENT PAYMENTS All streamlined, safe and sanitary to use. All electric, no crank needed. 110 volt Weight 100 Ibs. Capacity per minute, IVz gallons. For herd size of up to 20 cows. GOLD CREST Gold Crest BLADES 3 PACKAGES OF 5 O O£ (15 BLADES) W*9 Super Thin Double Edge WHIZ DRAIN PIPE CLEANER Cleans all drains of grease and waste. 1 LB. PKG. 17 x23 CHAMOIS There is no substitute for genii i n e chamois. Soft, absorbent and durable. Beautify and Protect with HOMEGUARD PAINT Single Gallon *2.9» $089 ^MB IN S I PER GAL. OAUON LOT* Super Quality R*d Barn Paint Per Gallon in 5 Gallon Lot* $1.79 Per Single Gallon *1.«9 Standard Quality Barn Paint Per Gallon ....._._. *1-2S TIGER CHIEF IS YOUR BEST BUY Our service guarantee for 2 years prove* that we mean the Tiger Chief U the battery for your car. To fit Ford, Chev., Ply., Pontiac, and others. t ~~ Installed Free. CANNINGSUPPLIES • A full line necessary for the canning of victory garden and orchard produce. Atlas Mason Jars with new Edj-Seal tops. 1-Pint size. Doz S°« Atlas Quart Size, with Edj-Seal tops, per doz 69e Atlas 2-Quart Size, with Edj-Seal tops, per doz 98e Atlas" Edj-Seal 3-Pc. Glass Top Closures, per doz 25c Atlas Seal-All Lids, per doz a • 10c Rubber Jar Rings, doz "Se Boys' Bib Front OVERALLS A very popular slack style. Spun rayon type cloth. Washable. Choice of blue or teal green. Sizes 6, 8, 10. Men's Cotton ATHLETIC SHIRTS Fine quality panel ribbed combed cotton shirts. Hemmed neck, arm holes and bottom. Sizes 34 to 46. 3 *1 FOR $ | 35c EACH Men's Broadcloth SHORTS Fine quality, full cut with elastic waist inserts. Striped patterns in assorted colon. Sizes 30 to 44. 3 F ° R $1 35c EACH Ladies' "JEEP" SOX Ribbed tops that stay smooth and snug. Knit with a flat foot for comfort. Choice of assorted colors. PAIRS $1 FOR "• VARCON MOTOR OIL Compare* in quality with any oil *t any price. Monty back guarantee. 2 gait, (led can).Me Plu« Fed. Tax...l>c Two Gallons.... '1.00 Gambia's Official SOFT BAIL Horsehide cover. Guaranteed equal in quality and construction to any ball made. of fcchoel at ^ Senior tests, May SO and 21; Baecalattteate services en,Sunday, May 29, with Rev. Sufners of Bancroft delivering the address; Commencement exercises will be on Tuesday, May 26, With Rev. Harvey Nelson of Terriil giving the address; Semester tests win . , .. n,,.,i,«,,fc , ,i,,,,r litf ii , Farmer* May Equip Tractors With Rubber Farmers who nave tractors equipped with steel tires must first secure permission from their ei drive- traetdtt 6V6# * C taftCff of Pavement will have ttttlfr treble fe securing' aftP#6vat to change-to rubber ttfes, fifiyS Wen. French, local DPA cnaittnan. . '..... ^.. . .... -~. ( Him - ' •••"-"*- .*-J*.* Read The Want Ada-it Pay* spent Sunday evening at the J. L. Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Tod Rickard are the parents of a daughter born on Wednesday, May 12. Former Supt. and Mrs. Donald Weir, now of Adel, were calling on Burt friends Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wiener spent Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Glenn Mino, at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Smith spent Sunday with relatives and friends in Des Moines. The I. W. Hansens and Harry Putzs were Sunday dinner guests at the J. A. Valentine home in honor of Mrs. Valentine's birthday. Lydia Meyer spent a couple of days the first of the week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Emil Eimers. She is convelescing from a recent operation. Mrs. Charles Schrader of Minneapolis spent last we'ek Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of Mr. Schrader's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H, Schrader. Junior Officers passed all his tests and has been accepted for the government college training work and goes to Des Moines this week to be sworn in. Mrs. George Manus and son, Larry, spent the week-end in Algona at the home of Mrs. Manus' sister, Mrs. Gillespie. Mr. Manus also spent Sunday there. The Clifford Holdings, Mrs. G. Z. Allen and Mrs. M. I. Allen, who is visiting here from Julesburg, lolo., spent Sunday at the Elmer Kienitz home in Lakota. Mr., and Mrs. Emil Haack and Will Haack, Lone Rock,, the Rudy. Haacks, Algona, and Mrs." John' Koestler were Sunday evening guests at the Henry Meier home. Ruth Anderson spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adqlph Anderson, near Swea City. They brought her home and attended the baccalaureate service Sunday evening. Mrs. F. L. Pratt entertained Mrs. H. O. Buell, Mrs. Al Staehle, Mrs. K. J. Smith and Mrs. R. J. Nealy at luncheon, followed by bridge, Friday. 'Mrs. Staehle won high score honors. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hafaeger and family and Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Straley, Fenton, spent Sunday at the Peter Shierholz home in- Fort Dodge, in honor of Carol Ann Shierholz's birthday. Pvt. Leonard E. Lovstad, son of Mrs. Ed Lovstad, recently graduated from the Army Air Forces Gunnery School at Kingman, Arizona. He entered the army at Ft. Des Moines on June 11, 1942. The Fortnightly Club will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. O. H. Graham. The club met at the J. T. Heaneys Wednesday evening for a farewell dinner party for Mr. and Mrs. Heaney, who are moving soon :o Mora, Minn. •Maxine Graham and her little nephew, Richard Graham, Denver, Colo., arrived Saturday for a couple of weeks visit with Maxne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jay D Uraham. The Grahams and E. O Chipman visited at the Glenn raham home in Bode Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. August Bollinger of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ves Robinson of Bancroft, the Herman Bussies, Werner Strencers anc Mrs. Belle Reynolds were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs. C. W. Reynolds home. The gathering was in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Bollinger and Gary Reynolds. A fine crowd attended the baccalaureate service at the schoo' house Sunday evening. The Rev Paul Figge delivered the sermon on the topic, "What Shall I" Do With My Life?" The Rev. P. O Hanson offered prayer and read the scripture. Lorena Riebhoff sang a solo and the mixed chorus san.i the anthem, "Open Our Eyes." SUPER SAVINGS! •DPI* VALU ftVlttV BUY LOW PRIOCft SIX D«Vi * WHK ON *LL WILL KNOWN DKPKNDAII.BOUAUTV. FOOD PRODUCTS MCANt THR MOST WALUB FOR YOUR POOD DOLLAR. SHOP RIOULARLY AT BOMB VALU — •«« WHAT YOU SAVE! PRIOIt IN THIS AD IXOKPT ON PBRIIH- ABLE* ARI flU A RANT! CD THRU THURSDAY, MAY «Tth. OTTOSEN NEWS Mrs. Sam Kropf entertained the juniors, seniors and faculty at a dinner Monday night. The Ottosen Progressive Clul met at the home of Mrs. G. Purdy. This was the last meetinj of the year. Mrs. Jesse Van Bus kirk resigned as president and Mrs. Clyde Bavinder was electe for next year. Visitors were Mr Hannah Hansen, Mrs. Carolin Tilford, Mrs. Regina Enockson Mrs. John Johnson and Mrs. J. M Crane. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met a the church parlors Wednesday aft ernoon with Mrs. Geo. Belken an Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk as has tesses. The program consisted o Mother's Day readings by Mrs Kate Jacobson, Mrs. Roy Enock son and Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson The Girls' Trio, composed Marian Underberg and Rosemar; and Charlotte Jacobson, sang tw numbers. The Grace song wa sung, after which the Lord's Pray er was repeated. THE ECONOMICAL CAKE FLOUt AA> SWANSDOWN - 26< DURKEE'S MARGAT.I«E 28< 1 IB. PKG. DAIRYLAND EVAPORATED MILK 3 14'AOZ. CANS I8C lOc •UN HIOH, QUICK OR HEfl. Rolled Oats •UN RIOH Bran Flakes BUN RIOH WHEAT Flakes 2V»l6c AMERICAN BKAUTV •PAaHETTI OR Macaroni 2JJS 27e AMERICAN BEAUTY Nooflies MHO P*». ivC QROUND TO ORDER I8K Coffee in , b .,28c VARIETY PACKAGE Kellogg's M, 22c VAN CAMP^B \ Tenderoni 2 ,£. I7c TEXAS UNSWEETENED GRAPEFRUIT JUICE NOW ONLY 2 POINTS NO. 2 18 OZ. CAN 12 CHICKEN NOODLE OR CHICKEN GUMBO SOUP CAMPBELL'S 2 lO'/i OZ. CANS 27< SUN RICH, EXTRA CRISP, EXTRA GOOD 49. CORN FLAKES 3 LARGE 11 02. PKGS. 21 TASTY, CRISP DILL PICKLES 32 OZ. JAR 21 SUNSHINE GOLDEN BROWN AA> GRAHAM CRACKERS '" 33< 32< 8< MORE CUPS PER POUND, FLAVORFUL, SATISFYING VAC. PACKED IN GLASS CANNING JARS, DRIP OR REG. LB. •VBB« Hi ^BiJiBBVBl CORN FLAKES "~~"~~"""""" rrtWnb \vur*a i ui\ i wi^k*/ i ••*-• * *• 18K COFFEE KELLOGG'S CRISP VCRUNCHY 11 OZ. PKG. KELLOGG'S RICE KRISPIES 5>/j OZ. PKGS. 23 GRANDMA'S SUGAR SAVING MOLASSES PINT JAR IT'S SHORTCAKE TIME BISQUICK 40 OZ. PKG. 31 ENRICHED, All PURPOSE .f Jk. •• MAGIC BAKE FLOUR 1.95 RINSO LaigePkg. 21c SELF POLISHING FLOOR WAX __. QUICK Wax Rite DRY1NG PINT 39< NABISCO SHREDDED WHEAT 12 OZ. PKG. WHOLE KERNEL BOLDCN I8K Corn COMPOTE ' Pears *..*» 1SK HALVES Peaches QEOHdlA HALVE* Peaches 2 WHOLE QUEEN I8K Beans OUT ORIEN I8K Beans OUT OREEN Beans N«. DICED I8K Beets DICED I8K Carrots OOLOEN CREAM STYLE fl8KCorn2 CREAM STYLE •B 01. «*n Z3C 27e 29e 22c 2lc I3c Me No. 2V, SB it. Mnl No. t 18 01. c*n No. S IS Ob Mil 18 u. «n No. » SO 01. o*n «.«:»n, _ 27c I ZC .25c ' |8c I2c 29c No. t • SO 01. out UK MIXED SALAD Vegetables 2 20*^1«» QUEST ALASKA I8K Peas BTANDARD ALASKA Peas NO. LUOKY STRIKE f «» Potted Meat 2'L,°H3c Spain 'i2oi. CARNATION Milk 3. ™V"N*V,T N .N,ZED T8NB|iDED Soup Mix 2K.z. 8 i.» I3c QCRBER'8 CHOPPED OR STRAINED Baby Food *</,oi.c*n ic MARV STEVENS ' Corn Starch nb.p ko . 5c ARISTOCRAT Crackers 2 ». Pk ,. 27c TRU VU GREAT NORTHERN Beans 3 , b . «,,o P > 0 . 29c TRU VU H. P. NAVY Beans s ib. «tio pug. Z9C' TRU VU EXTRA FANOV j.334 -HBO. OR Blue Rose Riceo.'.'p b . g . GRANULATED Si Wash Well . LAUNDRY SOAP Wash Well RAPINWAX . Wax Paper 8AVADAY PICNIC Plates 2 WHITE PAPER Napkins OEM COLD DRINK Paper Cups GENERAL MASON 2 PO. Jar Covers MO RUB LIQUID Shoo White ..,,*«. I5e I9c Bog Meal KIBBLED K-9 Dog Food *».,».. I9c 23c Algona Creamery Butter Ib. 49c Cloiox qt. bottle 15c Super lUf F H T C ^ IY1 Ju A Jl .9 17" Pickled & Pimento - Macaroni & Cheese BAKED LOAVES 2pt * LARGE FRANKFURTERS .% Lb. 5 POINTS BIG 5 POINTS MINCED BOLOGNA PRESSED HAM TENDER SMOKED HAM SHANKS GROUND BEEF FRESH HEARTS ENP CUT PORK CHOPS 4 POINTS Lb, 5Pts. Lb. Lb, ? POINTS Super FRUITS W Valu VEGETABLES CAUFOBNIA CARROTS MEDIUM SIZE ORANGES TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT LARGE SIZE HEAD LETTUCE FANCY LARGE—210 Size LEMONS bunches DOZ 1Qc Iv EACH 15 C 29* NEW POTATOES 5 Lbs, 'lof 4^ <BP • ^9i^ ^u^-.' ^•^^ : ^^F ••

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