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The Algona Upper Des ; Iowa, Jttrte 3, 1943 METHODIST BIBLE SCHOOL AT SEXTON Sexton—the annual^ Methodist 'Summer Bible School at Sexton Ttegan last Wednesday. It meets •on Wednesday, Thursday and Fri•aay of each we'ek for three weeks. Teachers ate Mrs. Glenn Zwlefal, 3ffrs. Oscar Hammond and Miss Florence Phillips* of Algona. Mrs. Everett Steven has charge of the music. Miss. Thecla Amon of Mason City spent Memorial Day at Sex- ion. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders and son spent Sunday at Clear Lake. , Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Steven attended, Memorial Day services at lAiverrie on Sunday. Richard Miller of the havy is now stationed at naval training School at Ames, Iowa. f Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mifoibach 4pent Sunday at the home 'at Mrs. John Esser at Cylinder. •Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven; and family of•.. Woden were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs. Everett'Steven. Mrs. Mack Wise of Mason City and Mrs. Fred DeVerie of Hockwell were week-end visitors at the home bf'Mrs. Sara Wise. Mrs. Joe Krieps has been making frequent trips to Mason City where her mother, Mrs. Thomas Fj>rburger, is seriously ill In the Mercy hospital. Mr. and Mrs. John Schuler and children, Miss Arlene Hammond and Mrs. Holis Beadle and son of Swea City were visitors at the Oscar Hammond home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Burger of Burt, Mrs. Mack Wise of Mason City and Mrs. Fred De- Verle of Rockwell and Mrs..Sarah Wise and Mrs. Drusilla Noble attended Memorial Day services at Brltt on Sunday. Mrs. Harvey Steven entertained the Sexton Women's Society Of Christian Service on Thursday, May 27th. Plans' were made to have a flag day party on June 17th. Devotion were led by Mrs. J. A. Riggs and the lesson by Mrs. Georye Olson. Lunch was served by the hostess. Protect Your Horses From Flies FLYNETS, Canvas Back Cord Sides— pair ... \VireNose Baskets .......... : ..... .. ......... -30c Tobin Leather Nose Baskets . ....... SI. 1 5 Bovinol Fly Spray .. ................ gal. SI. 00 Bulk Fly Spray .... ......... ._, ..... -- gal75c ' ; '' W. Brail Wright, manager of I Mrs. Howard Vinson and Mrs. the Graham store, is in St. Louis this week buyittg merchandise for the local store. Mr. And Mrs, W. H. Thompson of Bode were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Free Monday. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence fann- kuk, Mrs. George Hengel and Mrs. Edith Dorothy of Fairmont spent Sunday With Algona friends. , Mr. and Mrs. J. Hlencs of Spencer arrived Friday to visit their daughter, Mrs. N. J. Crawford. Their stay here is indefinite ns yet. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Harris and two children of Estherville spent the week-end here with relatives. Mr. Harris is in the furniture business: Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Merryman and Georgia Holcomb drove to Milford Saturday. Mrs. Holcomb Hand Sprayers ,... . ................. . ...... -"— 25c Fly Swatters ....... „.„ ..... ... ........ ~-. Kohlhaas Hardware f&&8%%y®®Q^^ I RENEWAL OF Drivers License Will Begin June 7th i Field clerks -will be in the following towns on the dates set out as follows: Swea City—Legion Hall June 14-15 Ledyard—City Hall .June 16 Lakota—City Hall June 17 Seneca—High School June 18 Bancroft—City Hall June 21-22 Fenton—Fenton Bank June 23 Lone Rock—Lone Rock Bank June 21 -Burt Savings Bank •. June 25 has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Merryman. Mrs. Elizabeth Jergenson of Madison, Wis., is spending a couple of weeks at her son, par- old's home, and with her daughter, Mrs. William Kuhn. Mrs. H. A. Norman returned to her duties at the Elk,, Cleaners last week after six weeks' vacation. Mary Streit was employed there during her absence. Douglas Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown, is visiting relatives for two weeks in Salix, Iowa. Douglas has been working at the Pioneer Hi-bred Seed Co. Archie Cunningham of DC Moines visited with relatives an friends here from Saturday unt today. Archie is with the Employ ers Security Commission in De Moines. Miss Helen Comfort, Horn Management teacher, left Frida; for Onawa, Iowa, where she wil be joined by her mother and tra vel to Missouri to spend the sum mer months. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg an daughters, Lenore and Dorothy went to Des Moines Saturday fo a couple of days to visit at th Jess Dyer home. The Dyers ar former Algona residents. John Lowenstein has been vis iting for ten days in Algona. H is here to take care of his farm interests. He is from Madison, F D., where he is with the Equi table Assurance Co. of New York Ensign John Kohlhaas Tuesday for several days' visi with his parents, Mr. and Mrs John Kohlhaas. He came from Corpus Christi, Texas, where h is stationed, and was met in Ft Dodge by his parents. Esther Strayer, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. A. Strayer, finished year's nursing at a Sioux Citj fiospftal' "and i'is' home vfor a three weeks' '•-. visit with her parents After this visit she will go to Ft Dodge to complete her training. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Stephen son and their children, Billy an Marilyn, visited here over the week-end and Decoration Day The two children stayed over fo a longer visit. The Stephensons lived in Algona a few years ago Mrs. Frank Henderson of Pamona, Calif., is expected here about June 10th for a visit at the Mrs. Elsie Cady home. The Hendersons lived in Algona a nuirtber of years ago when Mr. Henderson was in the grocery business with Long Bros. Sgt, and Mrs. Johnnie Martin and baby of Lincoln, Nebr.. have been spending a ten-day furlough with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal, Johnnie is a nephew of Mrs. DeaL Mrs. Elizabeth Morlan of Graettinger is also visiting her daughter, Mrs. Deal. Mrs. J. W. Haggard entertained at a family dinner party.last Friday in honor of her niece, Miss LaVonne White, of Detroit, Mich., who visited with friends and rela- iVes in Algona for several days last week. Miss White is a nurse :n a Detroit clinic. Meredith Raney, daughter of Merle Pratt spent the week-end in Omaha with the Craig Vinson r family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nichols and family spent the holiday weekend in Fort Dodge with relatives. Miss Harriet / Simon and Mrs. Don M. Reese were visitors at the Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig home in St. Benedict Sunday and Monday. Mrs. E. L. Eiesenberger of DCS Moines, is visiting her cousin, Mrs. Walter Klamp. She arrived Sunday and will return today. Mrs. Harvey Grew, of Milwaukee, is a visitor here with her brother-in-law, Wm. T. Giossl, and family. She expects to spend several weeks in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Daughan and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Reese were visitors at the John Uhleri- hake home in Whittemore Sunday. Mrs. Uhlenhake is a sister of Mr. Daughan. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Witham and children, Geraldine Ruth, Betty Ann and Bobby Gene of Bonaparte, spent the week-end and Decoration Day in Algona visiting at the Howard Witham and Mike Pfeffer homes. Lorraine Arndorfer and Lenore Henaman, of Estherville, left las week for California where they will spend the summer. Lorraine is a daughter of Mr. John Arndorfer, city, and and Mrs has Burt- Titonka—Titonka Savings Bank ....June 26, July 2 Whittemore—City Hall ..,...„„,„ ..June 28-29 Wesley—Exchange State Bank .June 30 JUiVerne—Farmers State Bank .. 5V .........,.......July 1 St. Benedict-^McKenna'ii Store ,...„...Jwly 3 The renewal fee is 75c and the extension certificate will £e| attached to the 194H943 driver's li* sense SP that the current license will be extended ujntil July 5, 1946. 5wre jto Bring Ymw 1941-43 Driver's License With Yow to Make Your Renewal If you have lost your" 1941-1943 driver's license you will be required to make application for a duplicate of this license at the Sheriffs office. A. J, Cogley J Qwmm^^m^m "'* Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney, and Richard Woodward, son of Mr. gnd Mrs. H. L. Woodward, visited the E. A. Genrich home in Ames over the week-end. They attended the graduating exercises of Howard Genrich's class Friday evening. Lucille and Marjorie Peterson and Donna Hill, from Algona, spent the week-end at the Lakeshore Hotel in Clear Lake. Lucille is employed in the Iowa State Bank and Marjorie, her cousin, works in the A. A. A. office. Donna is in the Hutchison & Hutchison law office. St. Benedict News Mr, and Mrs. Henry Grandjenet and family of Bancroft were Thursday .evening callers at the parental' John Grandjenet home. A very large crowd was reported tO'have attended the dance at Wesley Wednesday evening given by the Young Ladies Sodality pf the parish here. Mrs, Francis Miller of Des Moines, came to spend the. sum-* mer with, her mother, Mrs. Jose* phtne Rosenmeyer, Mrs. Miller's ison, Robert, is\in the arme'd, ser-Vices. Mr, anfl Mrs, John Roskpph, Mrs. J, O. Downs, Nick Roskbph, Mr. and Mrs, Richard Ferstt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ferstl and family and^Max Ferstt attended the funeral of Mrs. John Richter, Jr., last Fri4ay morning at St. Joseph's 'church at .Wesley, Mr- and Mrs- John .Grandjenet received word, that their son, Pvt Albert Grandjenet, who has been in the Solomon Islands, has/ ccn-r tracted malaria fever and has been sent backup San Francisco, Calif-, to a hospital and is eyB§cte<j horns as soon 'as he is able to travel for a four to s,ix weeks -furlough. Mrs. Fred Erickswj, WW Mrs. Chaa, Ctousaddle of £orw|th as. entertained H§wthorne Camp Royal Neighbors of Cor- been teaching near Armstrong th past two or three years. Betty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas, left Sunday witl Maxine Hood and Mary T. Van Allen, daughter of Mrs. Nellie Van Allen, to go to California for the summer. They expect to find employment there. Betty has been a teacher in Swaledale. Mary has worked in the S&L department store. Edward Gilmore, son of Mr and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore, arrivec home this .morning from West Point. He has a two weeks' furlough. His sister, Mary Lou, wil be coming home tomorrow for a few days from Clarinda, where she is a dietetician at the state hospital. The two have not seen each other for a year. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Malloy, Pat and Jackie, of Marshalltown were visiting at the Dick Sorensen home here Monday. Mrs, Malloy will be remembered as the former Edna Sorensen, an Algona girl, a graduate of the local high school. Mr. Malloy is the quartermaster at the Iowa'Sol- diers' Home in Marshalltown. Mrs. R. R. Kennedy came down from her home in Minneapolis and spent several days this week visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs.:, :Eva 'Sherman, and with many Sold friends, of her: girlhooc days in" Algona. Mrs.' 'Sherman expects to drive her sister home the last of the week and remain there for-a short visit in Minneapolis. Mrs. L. E. Linnan went to Marysville, Kansas, the middle of last week to visit her brothers and sisters who live in that locality. She was joined at Lincoln, Nebr., by her sister, Sister Arnoldine, and a friend from Chicago^ who were also going to visit ex- two with Thursday ev« £rick£pj} tjQinjBb. Mrs. ! the _W- at Marysville. Mrs. Linnan pected to be gone about weeks. Bob Kohlhaas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas; Gene Zender, son of Frank Zender, and Donald Winkel, son of Mr. and Mrs. L,. A. Winkel, came home from Dubuque Monday. They have been attending Loras College. Bob has enlisted in the Navy Air Corps and is waiting to be called. Gene and Don are also in the Navy Air Corps Reserve. Mrs. D. R. Martin writes from Rochester, Minn., that her hus- mnd, the Rev. D. R. Martin, pas- or of the local Congregational church, left the hospital Monday and will remain in Rochester for mother week to convalesce. Rev. artin is recovering from a recent throat operation. A daughter, Ruth Ann, of Lincoln, Nebr., is Iso with them. Mr. and Mrs. John Bishop left iVednesday for their home iri outh Bend, Indiana, after a few lays with John's parents, Mr. and rs. A. A. Bishop. John was ad- ised just before coming here that lis commission as an ensign in ;he navy had been O.K.'d and he 3 awaiting his orders. He has teen employed in a lathe fac- ory in South Bend the past two 'ears. Mr. and Mrs. Drennan Mathus nd son, Robert, of»Los Angeles, eft Wednesday after a visit at he home of the former's par- nts, Mr. and Mrs. Will Shackel- ord. s They went from here to Davenport to visit Mr. Matties' arents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank bathes, former Algonahs. Both Jlr. and Mrs. Drennan Mathes re employed in an aircraft fac- ory. She is on a month's vacation. Mrs, Lt W. Fox unit son, Billy returned Tuesday from Tuc- pn, Ariz., where they had spent ie school year because .of the py's health. .They will remain in Algona through the summer and etum to Arizona when school pens. Billy Lee enjoys the best f health in the southern climate lit is troubled with rheumatic eactions in the north, and for the ast four years he and his mother ave spent the winters in the outh. C, M. Doxsee and daughter, Margaret, of Redwood City, Calif., ame Tuesday for a few days' Isit in Algona with old friends, 'hey will go tp Ames where Mr. Joxsee will attend the 00th anni* ersary get-together' of the class which he was graduated rom Iowa State CpHege, TJhey will also go to Mpnticejlo to at- end the wedding of his grandr liece, Miss Antoinette Doxsee, daughter of P. A- Poxsee, who >ublishes the MonticejUo Express, Prior to coming to Algona the Dpxsees stopped in Oes Moines. They fou»4 Hawey laghwa, Mr. Po»see'8 brpth his home after ftfary Thompson Is here from Estherville visiting her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Miller Mrs. Lottie Iscnberg;er of Burt Mrs. Clark Oodden and Mrs. Flora Reibhdff spent Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Cora Bacon, city. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. White, Mr and Mrs. Henry Bunkofske and T. LI. Larson spent the week-end at Spirit Lake where they had a cottage and fished. , Irene Hanscn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hansen, spent the week-end with her parents. She is employed in the bank at Le Center, Minnesota. Bob Conklin, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Conklin, came home from Clinton Sunday and returned Tuesday. Bob is a government inspector for the Army Signal Corps. Mrs. F. C. Scanlan's brother, Lt. C. E. Siemonsma and his wife, are stopping here from Aberdeen Proving Grounds, Maryland, from where Lt. Siemonsma is being transferred to Dallas, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Doolcy and six months old son, William, Jr., of West Bend, Wis., Rita Dooley of Des Moines and Mrs. Dan En- gessor and son, Dan, Jr., of Whittemore, were week-end visitors at the parental J. J. Dooley home. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Woodward and son, Richard, are moving to Sioux City Friday where ,Mr. Woodward will continue his work in the telephone exchange department. The Woodwards lived jn Sioux City about ten ago. Mr. and Mrs. Ed.. Parks., attended the funeral of F. J. Crane at Dickens, Iowa, Sunday. Mi- Crane is the brother-in-law of Mrs. Parks' mother. The Parks son, Jimmie, stopped off at Spencer to visit his aunt and grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bestenlehner Went to Des Moines last Wednesday where Joe submitted to examination and treatment for hernia at the veterans' hospital. Mrs. Bestenlehner returned to Algona the same day, while Joe returned home Tuesday night of this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kahl, of St. Paul, visited Wednesday at the Mrs. R. B. Waller home. Mrs. Kahl is an aunt of Mr. Waller, who is now lieutenant j. g. in the navy,, located at Tucson, Ariz. The Kahls will leave from here for Santa Monica, Calif., where they will make their home. Ralph Tice returned Tuesday from Johnstown, Colo., where he spent the memorial day week-end with Mrs. Tice who is there with her mother, Mrs. W. V. Riches, and who suffered two strokes recently. Mrs. Riches' condition is not as good as when Mr. and Mrs. Tice went out there a week or ten days ago. L. B. Patterson returned to his home in Des Moines last week after several weeks in Algona where he was employed at the Upper . lies Moines office. Mr. Pattejrsori was well , along in years,..but in these times when there is such a shortage of men to fill jobs, felt that he could contribute his efforts to the cause. . THURS., FRI. AND SAT. June 3, 4 and 5 BULLETS WHINE... in war out West! Guests at the Mrs. F. A. Corey home over the Decoration Day week-end were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Rekers and daughter, Barbara Jean, of Cedar Falls and Joe Ludeman, of Mason City. Mrs. RekerS and daughter are spending this week in Algona, but the others returned to their homes on Monday evening. Mrs. Rekerss* the former Marion Corey. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Malloy moved to Fairfield the first of the week to make their home. Mr. Malloy has for many years operated a harness shop here. The shop was offered for sale last week, but was not sold for lack of buyers, and will be disposed of later. The Malloy daughter, Mrs. Paul Booker, lives near Fairfield, which was Mrs. Malloy's home before her marriage. Barbara Haggard returned last Thursday from Pensacola, Florida, where she has spent several months with her sister, and husband, Mrr and Mrs. F. F. Twogood. Mr. tenant in Twogood is the navy. a lieu- Enroute home Barbara visited Ward Bel- inont school friends in Michigan. She plans . to attend summer school at Northwestern University in Chicago and will leave for Chicago in about three weeks. Jeanne Ouderlan, daughter of Mr.- and Mrs. Henry Guderian, received a scholarship award last week from the Chillecothe Business College at Chillecothe, Mo. The scholarship is good for three months tuition and can be used at any time. The scholarship is given to the senior who holds the highest average in the class and did not arrive in time to be presented at the graduation exercises. Jeanne does not expect to use the scholarship now as she is employed at the Security State Bank. Mrs. Ralph C. Carpenter and Paul and Mary Ann, of Marshalltown, are visiting with Mrs. Carpenter's mother, Mrs. S. E. McMahon, city. Mrs. Carpenter will be remembered. as Ruth McMahon. Her husband, Dr. Carpenter, is now serving overseas, located at Cairo, Egypt., Other week-end visitors at the McMa- ion home were Mr. and Mrs. M. C. McMahon and daughter Nancy, and Mrs. McMahon's mother, Mrs. Mangan, of Minneapolis, and Mrs. Richard Schmitz and daughter, Gretchen, of Storm Lake. Me. And Mr*. W. C. ™ moved Monday'froftl Mes6ft*CH to the Mrs. P. W< Davldsoli east of Algona' which, tHSy be this spring. Their* daughter, ««», Bemice Hicks, ai)d sott, Bob, will join them thin week. Mrs. HicJdl teaches in the Mason City* scftoolfc and her son is one of this year's seniors who Will graduate tonight. Mr. Nelsan has been em* ployed by the Iowa State Brand Creamery during their, stay In Mason City. Previous^ he wiul custodian at the. Grant Consojl* dated school for a number 6£ years. NOTICE We expect some Tomato, Cabbage and Onion Plants" direct from Georgia Monday. These are large, well- rooted plants. White's Market "Junior 'G 1 Men of the Air" SUN., WON,, TVES, and WED. June 6, 7, 8 and 9 On A'Motorcycle Built for Two-rrlt's a Laugh Riot! TU6ETS /DOWN AYMENT N LOVE, HONOR H, HAS GKeLOUiat' SUPER VHLU. "I ENJOY SHOPPING «T SUPER VALU, I CAN DEPEND ON THE OUALITV OF THE FOODS I SELECT, AND I KNOW THAT SUPER VALU EVERY DAY LOW PRICES SAVE ME MONEYI" DURKEE'S 5 POINTS PER IB. MARGARINE " 28 BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS Wheaties SPAM 5 POINTS i2 OZ. CAN 39< 18K DELICIOUS 4 POINTS PER CAN Tomato Juice 2^ 23< 18K JUICE OF GRAPEFRUIT 4 POINTS PER CAN IOWA STATE BRAND Butter SUndard Alalka BAKING POWDER 18K COFFEE 32< 28< DRIP OR REG. GRIND 1 LB. GLASS JAR Sunrlen Bran Flakes FOR 63 MM MRS THRIF-T-L1DS Q Qrap* Nuu Wheat Meal Quick or H«o, Quaker Oats V 22e 1oh Prepared Pancak* Ifllp FOR MAKING JELL CERTO RICH IN'FOOD ENERGY > GRAPE NUTS <:*}/,•$>. fr* -I American •Mfutr Spaghetti 'or ""; ' 2276 FLOUR Y, ALL PURPOSE , 1.95 FINE QUALITY, ALL PURPOSE '• 49 LB. SACK 4 POINTS PER LB. BEANS 3 27 SOFTASILK CAKE FLOUR ^ 25 STANDARD QUALITY, 16 POINTS PER CAN TOMATOES Compote 13 Polnu Pw Can Pears ^ 2 1 23c Wholo Unpeeled 25 Polnti Per Can Apricots 2 2Na °;, 2 1. Turkey Noodle Soup 4 Polnti Per Can Morton House li, 1 - 9c Evaporated Milk Carnation ™ v . „. «„ 9e 1SK Cream Stylo .14 Polnu P«r Can COM No. 2 - 20 01. can I3C Cream 8t>l« 14 Polnu Ptr Can COm No.' 2- 20 01. can I 1C 18K MlMd Salad .14 Polnu Per Can Vgtbls. 2 20 ^cL 25c lka 16 Polnu Ptr Can No. 2 - 20 or. can I ZC Jumbo Rlp« Olives ioo,c^33c Dalryland Evaporated ' MllK 3l4'/, oz. can. 26C Holsum Peanut Crunch 1 *" 36c 82 01. jar 54C 3 Pkfl , ICc W and N Peanut Butter Auorted Flavors Fla-vor-aid Older Vinegar PRICES IN THIS AD, EXCEPT ON PERISHABLES TEED THRU THURSDAY, JUNE 10th. Aristocrat Soda Crackers 2n , p.* 27c Tru Vu Ex. Fancy Blue ROM : 3 Ib. cello pko. 33C Dog Food .?. •• Ken-l Ration 2 ,b. P kg.25c Mary Steveni Corn Starch 1 »,. *,. 5c General Mason 2 PC. Jar Covers «« M I9c 8no WhIU Gloss Starch 1 *. ^ 5c No Rub Liquid Shoe White e <». DOW. 1 5c Clorox ,wt I7c quart I2c Sani-Flush CALUMET ™ TOILET SOAP 1c SALE Sweetheart 4 19< FACIAL SOAP WOODBURVS3 24 SELF POLISHING, QUICK DRYING WAX RITE -39 NORTHERN TISSUE £50 SHEET ROILS 5 25 ^rr FRUITS W Valu VEGETABLES LARGE MINCED BOLOGNA RING BOLOGNA FANCY SMALL WELNERS SPAM TREfTORPREM BROKEN SLICE BACON PRESSED HAM BAKED LOAVES 5 POINTS u. -^ e 5 Pts. Lb. 5 POINTS Lb, 5 POINTS Each 4 POINTS ^|C Lb. 3 Pts, Lfc, CALIFORNIA CARROTS LARGE SIZE EXTRA LARGE GRAPEFRUIT i DOZ. SIZE HEAD LETTUCE bunches 19 FANCY APPLES LARGE^-352 Size IEM0NS, NEW POTATOES EACH EACH 3 ^^^ ^^f ^^^p^ > _ . ^^||^^ ^ iMMH^^ . ^Bdpj ,

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