The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 3, 1943 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 3, 1943
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The Algous tlppci' 06i Moincs, Algonii, GOOD HOPE YOUTH FELLOWSHIP PUTS ON BASKET SOCIAL The Youth Fellowship group of Good Hope church sponsored an old fashioned basket social at the community hall in Union township Friday night. The affair was well attended and receipts through the sale of baskets netted better than $80. The program and serving were in charge of Mildred Elmore, president, and Mrs. Francis Bramson. Bill Dodds was the basket auctioneer. Program Helena Weisbrod sang two numbers with Mrs. Walter Weisbrod at the piano. Reese and his fiddle entertained. A play "School Day," was presented by Rachel Weisbrod, teacher, and James Dodds, Shirley Harvey, Lettie Sargent, Chas. Elmore and Derwood Rutledge, the pupils. Betty Sargent sang two numbers with Mrs. Weisbrod at the piano. A pantomime, "Jesus Savior Pilot Me," was very nicely presented with Janice Bjustrom, the child, Elaine Engstrom, the young man and Mrs. D. C. Gardner, the mother. As the boat, under sail, was drawn across the stage, Trella Gardner read the verses and Mrs. Weisbrod sang the chorus. Bart Singers A group of Blftgers, under direction of Erna Baars, music Instructor at Burt, presented several numbers. John Riebhoff sang "The Sexton of Dumbledowna"; Mary Janice McWhorter gave a tap dance number; Nedra Wolf sang "O, Lovely Night," and a mixed group sang excerpts from "Pinafore." The singers were Nedra Wolf, Lorena Riebhoff, Mary Janice McWhorter, Virginia McWhorter, Dale Weiske, John Riebhoff, Gerald Riedel, Charles Officer and Dean Kienitz. These numbers were well presented and well received. Forty Baskets Following the program Bill Dodds auctioned off the forty well-filled baskets, the sales ranging from $1 to $3.75 each. Coffee and sandwiches were served to those who had not brought or bought baskets. The proceeds from the social will be used to provide register and roster of Good Hope boys in the service. The Youth Fellowship is a comparatively young organization, having held its first meeting with 15 in January. Sponsored by the former Rev. Schaper, further organization was continued by Mrs. Frances Bramson and today the group has a membership of 45. Mrs. Bramson was presented with a fine Parker fountain pen by the group Friday night in recognition of her fine work in organizing the Good Hope Youth Fellowship. 3ff3xxo®!0®®ixw^ Fur Coats CLEANED AND GLAZED IN OUR OWN SHOP SWEA CITY HOLDS FOR DEAD ON SUNDAY Swea City—Memorial Day exercises here passed off successful- .y with a good crowd present in Reynolds Park and decoration of soldiers' graves in Harrison Twp. cemetery. The latter service was somewhat interrupted by a sudden shower, which sent some of he onlookers to their cars. . Fourteen children of Legion- laires placed poppies on the graves of veterans of World War [ and of five deceased members of the Legion Auxiliary. Wreaths of white flowers were placed on the graves of the Civil and Spanish- American war veterans. Twentythree graves were decorated. Auxiliary members also annually decorate graves of two soldiers in Lutheran cemetery and one in Swea township cemetery. • The flower bearers were escorted to the graves by a color guard of four honorably discharged veterans of World War II, including Russell Byers, Robert Turner, Henry Hoeck and Paul Gassmann. Members of the Legion and Auxiliary, with musicians including drummer and bugler, followed the color guard. An added tribute to war dead this year was the placing of two wreaths besides the one always laid on the flag-draped mound representing the grave of the unknown dead. These two additional wreaths were in memory of the community's two war dead of World War II, Vincent Karsten of the navy and Theodore Hundsness of the marines. PRIVATE CLARENCE HUNT ENTERTAINED AT PARTY A party was held at the Hugh Butterfield home Monday night of this week honoring Pvt. Clarence Hunt, home on furlough from Camp McCain, Miss., and Jean Erickson, who is leaving this week to attend Iowa State Teachers' College extension summer school at Sheldon. Twenty young people were invited. r Hunt, who is the. son of Mr. and Mrs. belbert Hunt 6! Grant Twjl Will leave Friday to return t& cattijbi In company with two other soldier friends, one from D& Moines and one from Mason City. Mrs. Kenneth Letcher and baby are here from South Dakota visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Montgomery. The Letchers afe now engaged in farming. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bowman were hosts at a family dinner on Memorial Day. About 25 of Mr. Bowman's relatives from the Ft. Dodge region Were expected to be present. The Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Anderson and Gene returned Sunday from 'a few days spent In Minneapolis. During his visit Rev. Andersen' performed two marriage ceremonies. Mrs. John E. Anderson, her niece, Jean Erickson, and Jean's friend, Lois Looft of Seneca, will attend summer school at the Sheldon Junior College. The three will stay with Mrs. Anderson's sister, Bessie. Memorial Day visitors in Swea City included several former residents, among them Elon Anderson and his son, Burdette, of Forest City, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Taylor of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Leffert of Algona and the Roy Links of Cedar Rapids and Dewey Links of Waterloo. Carl Berggren was expected home this week from Rochester, Minn., where doctors had found him to be afflicted with a blood clot pressing on the brain. He was taken ill early in May with what at the time appeared to be an apopletic stroke. Local doctors and those at Fairmont sent him tci Rochester, where the final diagnosis was made. Over 700 poppies were sold for a total amount exceeding $75, as near as "could be computed on Sunday morning. Legion Auxiliary members and crews of children who assisted say that they could have sold many more had the supply been available.. This year's flowers were made by Cecil Griffith, local druggist, who has made protracted stays at. Veterans' Hospital in Des Moines. , AIgona; Mrs, daughter, Lena, AARON STEUSSY TO LUVERNE 1943MEMORIAL LuVerne — The conclusion! of the Memorial Day talk beiftg given by the Rev. Robert A, Phillips at the LuVerne cemetery Sunday afternoon was brought to an abrupt close by a sudden Shower, during which the crowd dispersed rather unceremoniously. Most of the program had been carried out, including the salute by the Algona V. P. W. 'firing squad and the business meeting of the Memorial Day Association. Officers elected for next year are Aaron Steussy, president; Harry Lichty, vice president; Mrs. Arthur Dimler, secretary-treasurer. The executive committee is composed of Mrs. Ella Woit, Gottleib Hanselman and A. A. Schipull, with Mrs. Henry Kubly and Bernard Wolf .as alternates. Marjorie and Bernice Wegner have gone to Hands, ill., to visit relatives. Mrs. Irvin Chapman spent Monday at the Kabele-Mosely home at Goldfield. Mrs. Victor Kollman and children of Royal are visiting at the parental Fred Schneider home. Miss Geneva Hanna, who teaches in Des Moines, spent Saturday at Mrs. Peter Thompsons. Mrs. Howard MacMartin and West Bend Vicinity News Items ALTERATIONS Your Fur Coat will be in good company in our freezing storage vaults. ELK Deaners & Furriers NORMAN & PERRY K833%8S&G8Z^^ Pvt. Gerald Sprong arrived from Los Angeles, Calif., to spend a furlough with friends and relatives. Miss Marcella Falb left Sunday for Cedar Rapids where she hopes to find a position. She has an aunt living there. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pert! and children of Minneapolis spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Pertl. Miss Dorothy BeVard went to Graettinger Saturday for a few days vLit with her sister, Mrs. :harles Thorsen. Mrs. Mary Nessen returned home Sunday after a months visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Summerhays. Mrs. L. A. Moore of , LaPorte City, Iowa, returned to her home Sunday after a visit with her sister, Miss Dell Minger. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kucker and children of Clear Lake spent the week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Kucker. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen of Independence came Saturday .for a few days visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Putrnan. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Walker moved their household goods to Blue Earth, Minn., Friday where Mr. Walker recently bought a store. Mrs. Joe Montag returned from Des Moines last Thursday. She Let's keep the rri Ihing, we have! iccompanied her son, Vincent, vho enlisted in the navy, to that place. Mr. and Mrs. George Peters of Renwick spent the week-end at he home of their daughter and lusband, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew ensen. Miss Lola Mimbach returned o her home at Renwick Friday after a few 'days visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. DeWitt. Dr. and Mrs. I. J. Webber and son went to Iowa City to make lieir new home. Dr. Webber will :each in the faculty of the state university. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Jurgens and children of Elgin, 111., spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Await Jurgens, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hundertmark and grandson of Livermore were callers Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Anderegg. Lieut, and Mrs. Paul Harms have been transferred from Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., to Ft. Collins, Colo., where Paul will be a classification officer. Mike VonBank is home after having an operation lor the removal of a tumor from his left side. He was a patient in Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge. Mrs. George Foley and Mrs Claude Gilchrist of Des Moines spent Memorial Day at the home of Mrs. Nellie Emmerson and Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Johnson. Mrs. Genevieve Plahn of West Bend has been chosen as Osceola county's public health nurse. Mrs. Plahn will assume her new duties about the 15th of June. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mertz. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrickson left last Tuesday for Rochester, N. Y., for a two weeks visit with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Stone. Mr. Stone is employed by the Eastman Co. there, Prof, and Mrs. Frank Behnke came from Latimer last week for a visit with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Balgeman, Mr. and Mrs. Will Heller and daughter, who had been visiting at the Behnke home the past week, accompanied them here. - * - We earn our pleasures in the American Way of Life! Whether we are pitching on the sandlot,,. or in the field or factory ... it's characteristically American to give the job the best we've got. Out of the best efforts of many generations has come the AmericanWay of Life. In essence, it is a summing up of ideals and standards surviving by right of contributing to the welfare of all. * * * Through nearly a hundred years of service to the American public, Old Style Lager has held to the single purpose of brewing a fine quality beer. By that Standard it has earned esteem as a wholesome and refreshing beverage . . , and gained distinction as America's Quality Beer. Old Style Lager is supplied by Merchants dedicated to a high standard of public service. Keep Pitching, America! son; James, ,61 Phoenlz, Ari*.j ttave-toefi ylstttn* at h&ms, JBM& tfftre janea Here by.the, iMi^ nAd death of Mfs. -MatMaftlfl's father, James Godfrey. *he tftori'k Stewart hattee has been moved from town to 1 the TJnion Construction farm tenanted by Frank Sanfbrd. Francis Sanford and family will live In It. <• Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Richardson of Mankato, Minn., visited the last of the week at Albert Schneiders. Mrs. Richardson IS the former Clara Weddell, a sister of Mrs. Schneider. , Mr. and Mrs. 1. W, H6f, who moved to Milwaukee last November, 1 came\ to LuVerne Saturday and spent the week-end here and at Lake Mills visiting relatives. Mr. Hof is employed at the Allis- Chalmer plant in defense work. The Rev. H. W. Schmidt and family have arrived to make their home at Livermore and R*JV. Schmidt will begin his pastorate of the Presbyterian churches there and at LuVerne this week with services at LuVerne Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. They formerly lived at Lancaster, Wls. LuVerne people employed out of town or attending school who were Home for the Memorial Day week-end Were Phyllis Lichty, Mason City; Evelyn Pergande and Doris Dehnert, Mason City; Shirley and Kathryn Dimler, Arthur Ramuses and George Tiede, Des Moines, and John Blumer, Cedar Falls. George Tiede, former I. G. A. dealer in LuVerne, came home s ftoW aftd Spent .. Sid With relatives. MM., Tiede. who hBB-b«ln teaches 6 rural school northwest of town the wrt yew, returned with him Monday aiid is spending the week there. Fofmef residents Who came back for memorial services Sun^ day included Mr. And Mrs. Geo, Godfrey, Ames; Bertha Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wllle, Algona; Harry Merrlams, .Corwith; Mrs. Cecil Wermerson, Fort Dodge; Oscar and Ida Rltey, West .Bends Jake Kublys, tioldfteld; . Fred Hlnzes, Livermore} Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kaney, Waterloo; George Thompsons, Ledyard; Edw. Masons, Charles City; Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Thompson, Clear Lake; Fred Ukota Man, $3, Stricken In Street , Lakota-'-Uettfy MoK 63 years old and a long lime resident of Lakota, suffered a stroke on the street near the Ray Hertzke grocery Store last week Monday. He latef recovered enough to be taken to the home of his Son, Harold, in, Swea City, Where he is being cared for at this time. ''•>..' """fr; "'"' ....... •• IPvt. Clarence Hunt of Mississippi arrived home Friday on a furlough With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Hunt. . DRINK Pitch liant all aay, Then relax the Old Style way Distributed by KENNEDY & PARSONS CO. PHONE 222 ' ALGONA, IOWA. Grant News Mr. and Mrs. Ely Anderson returned Wednesday from Ft. Knox, Ky., where they visited their son, Pt. Vern Anderson. John Patterson and Mrs. Haven Strife and sons of Orinco, Minn., are visiting a few days witn friends and relatives here. Genevieve Kollasph and Norma Selberg, who are employed in Des Moines, spent the week-end at their respective parental homes. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mino and family visited Mrs. Henry Gerberding and son at the Dr, Dalmage hospital in Buffalo Center Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Speicher are spending several days visiting their sons, Wallace and Gerald, who are in the air corps at Kansas City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gerberding of Burt are the parents of an 8 pound 10 ounce boy born May 20 at the Dr. Dalmage hospital in Buffalo Center. Mr. Gerberding was formerly the Grant school custodian. This is the couple's first* child and he has been named Ronald Charles. DRINK f Of 100 Y f A 8 s . • COPYRIOHT' UNlOrt 'MADE i C *'* e t/4 11 r r *M* ,.U«»88?. WISCONSIN •««£»(«» Changed Colors In 1939, the Casey high school basketball team, playing under the high school colors of blue and white, won the sectional basketball championship. Displayed m Casey is a picture of the team, together with their coach, taken at that time. Today the entire team, including the coach, are playing under the colors of their nation, the red, white and blue—all are in the service of their country. for G-H-J BLUE RATION STAMPS K. Go, CORN GOLDEN BANTAM 20-oz. Can POINT VALUE 14 PURE GROUND BEEF PEAS COME AGAIN BRAND 20-ox. Can POINT VALUE U 5 RED POINTS WAX BEAMS SWEET GIRL CUT 13 19-oz. Can POINT VALUE 14 Large or Ring - 5 Pts. BOLOGNA Smoked - 2 Pts. HOCKS First Cut -, 8 Pts. PORK CHOPS 23c I9c 29c GREEN BEANS Decker's Swift's or Rath's Whole or Half 1 POINTS HAMS 37c RATH'S BACON ENDS ' 4 Points Per Lb. 5 1b. POINT VALUE 14 TOMATO JUICE SWEET GIRL 12 24-ci. Can FOINT VALUE 8 PORK LIVER SLICED 19 5 Red Points Lb. KIEFFER PEARS POINT VALUE 13 13c 22c PEACHES SLICED 23 30-or. Can POINT VALUE 21 lie CANNING SUGAR STAMPS 15 AND 16 GOOD FOR 5 LBS. EACH THROUGH OCTOBER 31 SUGAR IN CLOTH BAG HILLS, FOLDER'S on HABITS COFFEE ci»; 33c BROKEN SLICES—Point Value 10 GRAPEFRUIT ... "££• 14c LARSEN'S—Point Value 12 VEG-ALL BUEAKFAST CEREAL Cream of Wheat KELLOGG'S RICE KRISPIES . BREAKFAST CEREAL CHEERIOATS ... GOLD MEDAL CORN KIX BREAKFAST CEREAL KELLOGG'S PEP. POST'S GRAPE-NUTS .. FORT DEARBORN GIANT WHEAT . FORT DEARBORN ROLLED OATS .. WAX PAPER RAP-IN-WAX ... SWEETHEART . .2 Call « 15c WINDOW CLEANEB SPRAYBRITE ... £& 15c GUui 18-oc, « Pkg. BVSrOi. * « _ Pkg. **C 1t<«, Ml*. •»-««. |1 C Pkg. * * V 8-01. A r Pkg. •"•. "-«"• 13c Pkg, *«*»• 4-oi. Pkg. 48-01, Iff Pkg. * * C ioo-«. iq« RoU **»C CRYSTAL WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP. 3 IVORY SOAP TOILET SOAT 4c SUPER SUDS 24-OZ. PKG. 23 69.ox. Pkg. 63c NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE Froh an* Crisp RADISHES POTATOES Grown and SPINACH gpMt JUIL pi -^ -V^^H ^^••B 2-17c 2-19 //NATIONAL « .c^. .„** -,-w —. **>* ug|4 jfa*. HM B—l gp ; T O R E a

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