The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 27, 1943 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 27, 1943
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The Afgftil tfoite* ties mtm> , 1141 SPONSORS BASKET SOCIAL, PROGRAM Good Hope — Chris Reese, the fiddling artist and news editor of the Algona Upper Des Moines, Will be featured in a benefit program to be presented Friday evening of this week at Good Hope church. The entertainment is being sponsored by members of the Good Hope Youth Fellowship organization to raise money to purchase a service record, which will be dedicated to the young men and women of the community now serving in the armed forces. Music By Burt Group Other interesting features on the program will be specialty musical numbers by selected talent of Burt presented under the direction of Miss Edna Bahr, music instructor. Miss Betty Jasperson and Miss Helena Weisbrod will appear in solo numbers, and the youth group will present a comedy skit. A religious panto- mine will be given by four members of the parish group, with Mrs Walter Weisbrod as soloist. The program will be climaxed with a basket social. Every lady is Urged to bring a box. Wm. I Dodds will be the auctioneer. This is a project in which the public is cordially invited to share its fun and pleasures. Lunch will be provided for those who do not bring or buy a basket. T^ Swea Teachers Camp Out At Hurt's Lake Swea City—Among several parties and gatherings held by the school faculty during the closing week of the year was a camping trip to Burt's Lake on Sunday night. After a five o'clock dinner, the group of fourteen teachers and :heir husbands and wives, drove ,o the lake where they set up ;ents and spent the night. All of .he faculty members were present excepting Mrs. Ray Pehrson, home economics instructor, and her husband, who were unable to attend. THURSDAY AND FDIDAY, MAY 27 and 28 Big, Joyful, Bubbling Over With Comedy and Rhythm! HAZEL SCOTT Musical Sensation of Radio in "YOU'D BE SO NICE TO COME HOME TO" —Added Attractions— "March of Time" "America's Food Crisis" How does it affect you? Victory Garden - Canned Foods Meat, Etc. STAR-GLITTERING MUSICAl with songs b< M s>! COLE PORTER \*jfe with William GAXTON • Cobina WRIGHT, Jr. SATURDAY, MAY 29th <• BIG 3-WAY ATTRACTION! THRILLING SONGS! EXCITING STORYI WARM ROMANCE! JAMES CRAIG BONIIA GRANVILLE FRANK IENKS I r o/ ' with John ARCHER Marjorie LORD Matty MALNECK and his Orchestra Mid-Nite Show Saturday, May 29th - 11:30 P. M. GREATEST VOODOO SHOW EVER PRODUCED Thrills! Chills! Shivers! If You Scare Easily Bring Someone With You. Voodoo Stage and Screen Midnight Show ADMISSIONS 40c (NO CHILDREN OR STUDENT'S TICKETS SOLD) PLUS ON THE SCREEN GEORGE ZUCCO and MARIE CARLISLE in Dead Men Walk (Doors Open 11:15 P. M. Saturday, May 29th) Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, May 30-31, June 1 Decoration Day and Monday Continuous Show from 1 O'clock "PLUTO OB ARMUMLLQ" - »*£» GUNNER - NEWS New MEMBERS OF UNION FARM BUREAU IN MEET THURSDAY Union—The Union Twp. Farm Bureau held one of its social meetings at the Good Mope Community room last Thursday evening with a large crowd in attendance. A couple of government pictures were shown. One on collection of the scrap metal a.nd the other showed the products made from this processed metal. Alfred Schenck, township chairman, pro- sided. Fred Timm, Algona, showed the pictures. Mrs. Floyd Gardner played two piano numbers. Community sing- ng was enjoyed. Irene Bjustrom was in charge of the recreation hour, which consisted of games until lunch was served by the host committee: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Reid, Mr. and Mrs. Don Boever and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey. UNION TOWNSHIP TEACHER PLANS WESTERN TRIP Mrs. Carlisle Johnson, teacher n Dist. No. 4, has been enjoying i visit from her husband, who has been in defense employ in the west. He is here temporarily wait- ng his call, as he has volunteered for work' on the Alaskan highway. Mrs. Johnson will leave for California soon after Mr. Johnsons departure, where she will spend the summer with a sister. BAIER BROTHERS VISIT UNION RELATIVES RECENTLY Guests at the Ray Keefe home recently were Mrs. Keefe's two srothers, their wives and families. 3oth are located at Des Moines. Henry Baier has been auditor or the Standard Oil Co. for 22 'ears. Prior to this he will be remembered in Algona as the efficient chief clerk at Swift & Co. The other brother, Dr. August Baicr, is the medical head of the irdnance plant at Ankeny. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. ienry Baier, Sr., who live west if Algona. Mrs. Keefe was Eliza- ieth Baier. ?AMP FAMILY MOVES TO VEW HOME IN NEBRASKA Mrs. Frances Camp and two children left for Nebraska recently, where Mrs. Camp will reside in the future and may teach school there next year. The Camps were employed on the Ben Reid farm until Mr. Camp was killed in a car collision this past year. A daughter, Marjorie, a this year's 8th grade graduate, remained at the Ben Reid home until school was out last Friday. Sbe expects to join her mother soon. A son, Jim, will remain here at the Bud Nelson farm where he has hired out for the summer. Pfc. Wesley Lee of Irvington was a supper guest one evening last week of Melvin Alt. The joint meeting of the four rural clubs adjoining Algona ? will be held June 2 at the Legion Hall in Algona, with the Plum Creek club as host. Charlene Rath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rath, has just completed a successful year as a freshman at Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. . Supper guests Sunday at the Ray Keefe home were Helen Bes- tenlehner of Washington, D. C., Mr. and Mrs. John Bestenlehner and baby son of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Duffy and sons, James and John, of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Will entertained at a picnic dinner at noon Sunday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner, Walter Heerdt and Louis Bode families, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mergen and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harbaits. St. Benedict News Mr. and Mrs. Tony Petcak and daughters of Corwith were Sunday visitors at the Ben Kunkel home. John Amdorfer, formerly of nere but now at Algona, received word from Del Rapids, S. D., that his brother, Joe Amdorfer, was seriously ill. Mrs. Harvey Johnson, Mat Kel- Icy and Mrs. Johnson's brother, J. Kelley of California, drove to Vinton over the week-end to visit another brother there. Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth, Jr., of Wesley were Sunday guests at the Richard Ferstl home, also the Julius Beckers and Mr. Becker's parents of St. Joe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eisenbarth and daughters, Romana and Barbara Joice, and Sgt. Clarence Eisenbarth of Louisiana were visitors at the John Raskopf home oil- Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wiener and children of Rockford, Iowa, were Monday visitors at Mrs. Wieners' parents home, the John Grand- jenets. -Mr. Grandjenet's health is very poor. The local school year closed last week Friday at St. Benedict. Some of the Sisters will leave soon for summer religious teaching at various places, two going to Armstrong next week. Mrs. Simon Hirner and Mrs. Ben Dorr attended the funeral of Alfred Nelson at Wesley Sunday afternoon. The Hirners were former Wesley residents and acquaintances of the Nelsons. Mrs. Carrie Erickson was brought home from the Kossuth hospital last week. Her niece, Shirley Olson, is helping care for her. Mr. and Mrs. John Shea and family of Bancroft were Sunday visitors there. A canning demonstration will be held June 3rd at the home of Mrs. Fred Erickson, given by Miss Almii Schultz, R.D.A., of Algona. Both hot bath and pressure cooking methods will be given. All housewives are invited to attend. Ten eighth graders were honored at high mass last Sunday. Rev. J. Neppel, pastor, presented the diplomas before benedicition and also presented the students with a'gift of a beautiful crucifix, his special gift. Graduates were as follows: Romana Mayer, Marjorie Arndorfer, Deloras Lallier, Patricia Truneele, Sylvia Ferstl, Alvjra Thill, Shirley Capesius, Melvin Arndorfer, Omar Philip Eiscfaed. IETY Dinner at Algona Hotel-' Ralph Tice entertained his Tan- vilac dealers and their wives at a dinner in the Algona Hotel on Tuesday evening. A business meeting followed. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Krantz. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krantz of TU tonka, Mr. and«Mrs, Harold Hamilton of Bancroft, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hanson, Edgar L. Watts of Ltvermore, William Hammer of St. Joe, and A. W. Aderhold, sales nanager for the company, from Des Moines, D. of A. Convention Held— Mrs. Mel Griffin and Donna Dooley returned Sunday from Cedar Falls, where they attended the sixteenth biennial convention of he C. D. of A. They were accom- janied by Veronica Priester of Whittemore. Mrs. Griffin and Miss riester represented their courts as delegates. Miss Dooley appeared on the Saturday evening program >y presenting a review of the book, "Song of Bernadette." ot Luck for Graduate— A pot luck supper was given at the Ed Parks home in honor of Colleen Parks' graduation Sunday afternoon around 4:00. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Christensen and their two sons, Dale and Bobby, and Mrs. H. E. Weaklen, all,of Spencer, were guests. Mr. and Mrs. Christensen are the aunt and uncle of Mrs. Ed Parks and Mrs. Weaklen is her mother. Townsend State Convention- Mrs. Martin Kruse and Mrs. A. M. Anderson returned Monday evening from DeS Moines, where they were in attendance at the state .convention of " Townsend Clubs at Hotel Fort .Des Moines. Mrs. Ellen Bjustrom, who also Went as a delegate, stayed Over for a short visit with -her son. Sorority Meeting— The Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met at Irene Hutchin's home on Tuesday evening. Violet Halbropk gave a report on the social calendar for the coming year. Plans were discussed for spending a week at Clear Lake during the month of June. n Honorary Birthday Party- Mrs. G.'D. Shumway entertained ten guests at her home Tuesday evening in honor of the birthdays of Mr. Shumway and Mrs. M. G. Bourne. Jennte Whitfard Rite* At Bancroft Four Corner News Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rich and family were Sunday callers at the Virgil WilsOn home at Whitte- home. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Smith, Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham and L. J. Lowman spent Sunday at the E. C. Witham home. Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Bjustrom and children and Mrs. Mitchell were Sunday callers at the O. V. Harlan home. In the afternoon they and Mrs. Harlan and Ronald called at the Wm. Drayton home. The Youth Fellowship Group of the Good Hope church met Sunday evening at the home of Eva Lee Smith. About 30 young people were present. Mrs. Frances Bramson is the chaperon and Mrs. N. A. Price leads the group. Lone Rock— Mta> Jennie ford, resident of , this community, W&ssed away Wednesday, May*i9, at the home 6f her daughter, Mrs. Dave Lynch. Funeral services Were held at St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft Friday and burial Was in St. John's cemetery. Mrs. Whitford had been In poor health the past year. Jennie Irene RadcHff was born in Sheffield, 111., March 21? 1878, and was 65 years old at the time of death. She grew up in the Sheffield community and On January 14, 1914, was united in marriage to Finley Whitford of Lone Rock. They made their home on their farm northeast of town until her death. Her husband passed away about 12 years ago. She ( leaves to mourn her death two daughters, Mrs. David Lynch (Irene) of Lone Rock and Mrs. RoscoB Whitehill (Mary) of Floodwood, Minn.; eight grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Wm. Rhea of Rockford, 111. A brother and sister preceded her in death.- Out-of-town relatives attending the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Whitehill and Catherine of Floodwood, Minn.; Mrs. Wm. Rhea, Melvin Ronk, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Ronk of Rockford, 111.; Mrs. Guy Smith of St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. T. J. Palmer and children of Palmer, Iowa. ~" Pallbearers were Jack Quinn, Ralph Thompson, Bernard O'Donnel, W. R. O'Donnel, Hugh Walsh and Albert Hutchinson. Gust Kraft of Algona was a guest at the Emil Kraft home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt and son and Mrs. Caroline Ackerman were callers at the Frank Flaig home Sunday. Frederic Schultz went to Milwaukee, Wis., Friday for a few days witli his son and family, the Roscoe Schultzs. Mrs. Frank Flaig and daughter, ,. < , . M. Blanchard sttd Miss tone se mtb $6n, Dodge Wsitoft , The 'tadtes Mite Society Wet at the hqnte 6f Mf Si ttatry ttobson fhufsaay afternoon and planned to have a plant sale Saturday ev«s- hlng, May 29th. • The Legion Auxiliary will spon* spr a bake sale 1ft connection with the annual Poppy sale Saturdny of this Wlsek. the schdol band Will Ffaheia flo cers tut tha yeat win at this.nHee-tiht affd'lfjl are urfeed'fo attend* Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson were dinner guests Sunday at the A. f roff home. Hurry Before Decoration Day! Big Buys for Your Expiring Ration Stamps! IF YOU HAVEN'T spent all your red stamps E, F, G, H, or your blue stamps G, H and J . . . DO SO, before they expire! At A&P Serf-Service Store we've made every effort to offer you an unusually wide selection for both kinds of ration coupons at real money-saving prices. For your red stamps, we offer high-uqality meats, a splendid selection of American Cheddar and other rationed cheeses, as well as butter, cooking fats and salad oils. For your blue stamps, we've shelf after shelf of tempting canned and bottled fruits and vegetables, juices, baby foods, and soups. Although we can't give you more for your points (point values are the same everywhere), A&P can assure you of top value for your money! Bring in your coupons now . . . QUICK, before, the deadline. ' '• : ,\ ••'.-.• E, F, G, & H expire May 31 CASH COUPON NO. 23 NOW —IT EXPIRES-MAY 30th 8 O'CLOCK A 1 Lb. Mt- COFFEE Bags RED CIRCLE A 1 Lb. M-l* Bags tlv COFFEE BOKAR COFFEE 1 Lb. Bags 5lc SUGAR STAMP NO. 12 EXPIRES MAY 31st GRANULATED 5 Lb. *M- SUGAR Bag wHB BROWN A- SUGAR Lb. *ll* POWDERED A- 'SUGAR '\,.:^:.-i ,;:Lb>SIG Sultana 7 oz. SHRIMP Can Libby's 4 oz. VIENNA SAUSAGE . Can Armour's 12 oz. TREET Can Mild Fancy LIMBURGER Lb. Regular or Pimento Cheese Spread 6 l /> oz. PABST-ETT Pkg. Wilson's Certified 9 oz. PIGS FEET Jar Iowa State Brand CREAMERY BUTTER Lb. Wisconsin DAISY CHEESE Lb. 100% Pure Hydrogenated Vegetable Shortening DEXO i Cost Point 3 Pts. Each 1 Pt. Each 27c I2c 330-iS 35c 8 pts I3c I7c 5lc 33c H, and J expire June 7 CO.* 15 pts 0«tC Each Waste Fats Urgently Needed for Munition Lb. Ctn. A&P Early June FANCY PEAS lona Cream Style WHITE CORN Fairplay Brand TOMATOES Campbell's Lb. 7-Varlety A ASSTD. SOUPS fc 3 Pts. Montmorency Each RED S. P. CHERRIES 1 Pt. lona Each PEARS 8 Pts. A&P Fancy Unsweetened Lb. GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 8 Pts. Ann Page Tomato Lb. KETCHUP Libby's Asstd. Strained BABY FOODS •Take Same to Your Nearest 20 oz. Can 20 oz. Can 28 oz. Can I2c « oz. Cans 19 oz. Can 29 oz. Can 46 oz. Can 14 oz. Bot. 27c I7c 29c 29c I4c 7c Point Cost 16 Pts. Each 14 Pts. Each 24 Pts. Each 4 Pts. Each: 14 Pts. Each 13 Pts. Each 4 Pts. Each 10 Pts. Each oz. f_ 1 Pt. Can IC Each Fat Collection Station NOr RATIONED CHEERIOATS 7 oz. Pkg. GRAPENUTS 12 oz. Pkg. 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