The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1943 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1943
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Rh* AJfona tippet D»a Molnes, Al|on«, Iowa, June 10, 1943 MARJORIE REDING ST. JOE SHOWER St. Jfos^-A pf^nuptlfll i ehowef •was given in h6not ot Marjdrie Ceding in St. Joseph's hall Sun- 'day aftetnoon. Miss Reding was the rectpleftt 6f a large putae. The afternoon was spent at cards and socially. Mrs, John Altman re- Delved the. prtee in bridge and Mrs, Ed BelSch won the 500 prize. 3Mtrs. ffehftr W, Kohlhaas was .awarded the door prtee. Lunch Was served. Miss Reding will be 'the bride of Harold Frideres at '.6 o'clock, June 14, in St. Joseph's •church. ••,'••'. Mrs. Henry Thilges, Kathryn iKirsch, Mrs. Ale* Elschen, John Batman and Thelma, and Tony ftescher spent last Friday vlsltlftg relatives in Dubuque. The infant daughter 6£ tilt, and Mrs. Math Weydert was baptized gariene. Marie last Sunday by Father George Thiebald. Sponsors were Mafeella and Math Bigseh. The infant Son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thilges WaB baptized Gregory Lynn last Sunday in St. Joseph's church by Falhef Geotg* Thiebald. Sponsors were Mrs, Joseph Berte and Emil Thilges. "•Pvt. Eugene Zlemet returned last Friday to Fort Sill, Okla., after attending the funeral of his grand- fathef, Henry Ziemet, and visiting with his wife and son and other relatives. He is a son of Math Zlemet. Mrs. Henry Ziertiet and infant daughter came home-Sunday from the Kossuth hospital. The baby will be baptized Judith Kay by Father Duhigg in Sacred Heart church Livermore. Sponsors will be Delores Gisch and Silvan Zie- met. FIFTY WONKA STUDENTS M. E. SUMMER SCHOOL , Tltonka—The Methodist Bible School completed its two week work with a program on Sundctj morning. Fifty children were en rolled In the school. Teacher, were as follows: Rev. Patterson superintendent, Janice Banocker Beverly Adamson, Mrs. GeorgiS Banocker, Mrs.) Harold Miller Dawn Banocker, Jean Hagen Doris Hagen, Joice Banocker Richard Downs and Keith Young THREE LOCAL BOYS ENTER V. S. ARMED FORCES Louis Oesterreicher, Wm. Kruse and Clarence Loats Went to Des Moines-on Saturday to take their Jhysical examinations. Louis Oesterreicher was inducted into the FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 11 sad 12 • . . ( • Shop Any Day—Save Every Day! Bring your want list and ration books to Council Oak and benefit by our Reduced Everyday Prices on many rationed and un- rationed foods. . . . Note especially our New Low Races on, Canned Goods and Breakfast Cereals. Superb BRAND CANNED FRUITS. No foods will be wasted because of poor quality when the can bears a Superb label. Y<w~buy Superb Quality for the same number of Ration Points as required for Unknown Brands. 10 FOINTS GRAPEFRUIT WHOM!. SEGMENT SO. t UAH I5c IS POINTS SO. fA CAW BARTLETT PEARS 29c IE POINTS AV X \JM,n JL O FRUIT COCKTAIL I«-OZ. OAK .. I7c POINTS NO. CAN ' fift f \JMXt JLCT ' SLICED PEACHES K .POINTS . NO. IV, CAN APRICOT HALVES 27c GERBER'S FOODS NOT BATIONED PKO. Cereal and Oaf meal . ..I4o 1 POINT CAM Strained and Junior..'..7c WOM-UP * GRAPEFRUIT JUICE * POINTS , , 4A . No. 2 Can ......... 130 • POINTS A A _, 46-Ounce Can ...... 290 Nancy Ann . "Enriched" BREAD Ma Brown Whole Wheat BREAD *W Wd \' »A*J t " e ' • . S ' ' • J Creamery Butter Ib. 44c aft**-. >^il±S-SZd:-;J^,-^*''':-*r s --,-• '••••>••'•'•"•. '' : 'i ••''.-'_ , •'• .. ."• .*" • ; OAK GUARANTEED MEATS Pork Loin ROASTS and CHOPS r Lb., 38C, QI 32c and..* I Fresh Smoked , WIENERS 290 PJ3K POUND POTATO SALAD 150 PER POUND ( , Large SLICING BOLOGNA Per Found 280 Bin* LIVER SAUSAGE Pound ....... 280 PICKLE AND PIMERTO LOAF, Ib. . .32c MACARONI AND CHEESE LOAF, Ib. 32c SUMMER SAUSAGE, Ib. 35c DRY SALT PQRK Piece or Slifed .......220 Per Pound NOT RATIONED Dwarfles, POPPED BICE, Package .............. Miller's CORN FLAKES, Package .., , Quaker MUFFETS, Package ;', • GRAPE-NUTS FLAKES, 7-oz. Pksr. Kellosre's RICE KRISPIES, Package ._ Superb ROLLED OATS. 3-lb. Pkg. M \- ....... Large Sweet CALIFORNIA PRUNES, Pound ~..,.. Superb PEANUT *i KRUSH. 16-o*. Jar i Superb'PEANUT BUTTER, 24-oz. Jar ;., ...........' • Dainty Chicken Noodle SOUP MIX, 2 Pkgs. ..,,... Double Waxed , / WAX-TEX, 185-ft. RoU .... BRAND CANNED VEGETABLES 1 POINTS •'•'-.--. ' . wo tV, CAH SAUERKRAUT .... .I2c 10 POINTS NO. 1 CAN SHOESTRING BEETS IQc 14 POINTS jf 0 . „,_ CUT WAX BEANS .. . I4c 14 POINTS vn " „; '• MIXED VEGETABLES lie 1« POINTS N0 s CJIN ' Whole Ripe Tomatoes.. I4c Council Oak COFFEE Pound t»«I * 300 White Loaf Flour %, $1.89 First Prize Flour 8T,.. $1.69 COFFEE FRUIIS&VEGErABlES BANANAS Early it,^; T"9W™lf "' v«r\r </ " r ?»!W4 ,, VALENCIA ORANGES -Wr •••*.» -8 much M ;v.-M Mit ii Cake* Water 5e SEASONS SPARK N. S. navy. Wm. Kruse and Glar ence Loats were inducted Into th tl. S. army and must enter by June 19. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Abbas wer Buffalo Center business caller Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Miller o Burt called ort Mr. and Mrs. EC Abbas Sunday afternoon. Jay Budlong, Wm. A. Schram R. L, Krantz and Dewey Hutchins are in Chicago on business. Mrs. R. L. Krantz, Jane and Billy, and Miss Ferne Krantz ware Mason City business callers on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Egesdal and family of Rake were Sunday dinner guests of-Mr. and Mrs. James McColley. Mr. and Mrs. James McColley and Mrs. Alvin Honken and family were'business callers in Algona on Saturday eyening. Th.e offering which was collected at the Ramsey Reformed Church Mission Festival of June 2 totalled $926.63. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hutchins and Katherine of Algona were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Recker of Buffalo Center were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lermond Intermill. Edgar Thomas, Marian Thomas, Donna Zentner and Loren Jones were week-end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heesch are ;he parents of a daughter, Roslyn Jane, born Thursday, June 1, at the hospital at Buffalo Center. , Mr. and Mrs. John Tapper, Henietta Tapper and Minnie Tapper, all of Cedar Rapids, were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. .Joe H. Tapper. Miss Bette Ann Miller is now at the- home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller of Buffalo Center. Bette Ann will spend the remainder of e week with them. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder and Warren Phillips of Woden went to Watertown, S. D., on Wednesday to attend the funeral of William Anderson. Cpl. Eddie Stecker of Camp Jarkley, Texas, arrived Thursday ;o spend a 15-day furlough with his father, Bruno Stecker, and other relatives and friends. Pvt. Dan Wubben came home Friday to spend a 15-day fur- ough with friends and relatives. D vt. Wubben is stationed at the T. S. army air base at Alliance, ebraska. Cpl. Rhindert Fritz has arrived lome to spend a 15-day furlough with his wife, children, and other elatives and friends. Cpl. Fritz s' stationed at Camp Claiborne, Louisiana. •Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Abbas and lene, E. Abbas and Edna of Buf- _alo Center and Mr. and Mrs August Meyer of Bancroft wer Sunday evening guests of ME. an Mrs. Ed Abbas. Rev. Snitcher, Mr. and Mrs Peter Ubben and Thomas Loat attended a Mission Festival a the Presbyterian church in Wo den, where Rev. Snitcher delivers a sermon Sunday evening. -Mrs. Rosella Jandl and Delila jvera. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harr Schroeder and family of Esther vllle from Wednesday throug Saturday. Donald Carl Schraede returned with them to spend sev eral weeks with Mrs. Resell Jandl. LEONARD ALNE, WESLEY, MARRIES ILLINOIS BRIDE AT CHICAGO JUNE 6 Wesley—Leonard Alne, oldest f eon of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne, was married in Chicago Sunday, June 6th, to Miss Jackie Allen of Warsaw, ill., at the home of the bride's uncle, Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Fluent of Chicago. The cera- mony was performed by the Rev. Philip Sorce. They were attended by Alfred Novak of Chicago and Vivian Allen, sister of the bride. The newlyweds spent a few days in Chicago before coming to Wesley Thursday. On June 18th Leonard will be commissioned an Ensign in the U. S. Naval Reserve. The latter part of the month he will enter the field of Radar and is to take training nine months at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology n Boston, after one month o"f jrientation training in Florida. Since March, 1942, he has been an instructor in radio in the Army Ajr Forces Technical Training Command at Scott Field, 111., and at Sioux Falls, S. D. OLORADO POLKS VISIT WITH WESLEY RELATIVES Mrs. Matilda Johnson and her daughter, Mrs. Ethel Putney, of 3rand Junction, Colorado, came ast week Thursday to visit the brmer's daughters, Mrs. Will Seeker at Algona and Mrs. Jack *averly here. Mrs. Putney plans o go to Cedar Rapids this week end to visit her sister and family, Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ferguson, and then on to Colorado. Mrs. J ? h ? s ,° n win make an extended 'isit here. VORKERS TRANSFERRED TO OMAHA DEFENSE PLANT Larry Lang and Jack Haverly •eturned home Saturday morning rom Baltimore, Md., where they had gone to get the former's car and trailer house. The Langs had >een employed in the Glen Marin plant in Baltimore for several fears. While here tin a visit they •eceived word of their transfer to Omaha, where they will go soon, .hey had visited at her parental T ack Haverly home. Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Ricke of Boone visited relatives here Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Ricke and amily of Bancroft visited rela- ives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rasmussen f Forest City were Sunday guests t the, H. J. Braley home. Father L. N. Klein left Monday o attend a priest's retreat at lioux City. He will return Friday. The Wesley Tigers lost a game f baseball to the Bancroft team -3 in a game played there Sun- ay. . Seattle, Wash., where he will work in a defense plant where his brother, Wayne, is employed. They are sons of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Christensen. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meurer and children were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Nick Meurnr home in Plover, They stopped at Whittemore enroute to see Mr. Meurer's mother. Miss Geraldine Seefeld, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seefeld, left Monday to enter the Hamilton Business College at Mason City. She graduated from Wesley high this spring. George Hogan,*tea6hef in the local public school, is taking a summer school course .at Simpson College, Indianola. Mrs. Hogan and two sons are staying here looking after the garden, chickens, and household duties. , , A baby gift Was bOrn to M>. Mrs. Carl Ffbelich , Sundfiyv o- ning in the Kossuth hospital * Algona. fh6 Ffdelichs" fib# """" a family of'three girls and boys. Dorothy Mary of Dun working at the home. Cpl. Lester Hagen arrived on Saturday evening to spend the remainder of his 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Hagen, and other friends and relatives. Cpl. Hagen is stationed with an army air base squadron at Clovis, New Mexico Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe H.' Tapper were as follows: Mr. and Mrs Dick B. Meyers, Mr. and Mrs Walter Tapper and family, Mr and Mrs. Everett Rippentrop anc family of Lakota, Mrs. Herman Tapper of Thompson and Mr. anc Mrs. Harm Huisinga and Edith Mae. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Callies, Mr and Mrs. Leonard Callies, Mr. anc Mrs. Harold Miller, Mr. and Mrs 3utch Elliott and 'family, Mr. and flrs. Wayne ^Miller and Rosslyn, tfr. and Mrs. Maurice Keil, Bruce and Brent, and Donna Krominga were Sunday picnic dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller -of Buffalo Center. Surprise Sunday dinner guests in honor of the 15th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fisher were Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Kahlstorf and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bjll Baade, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fisher and Beverly, and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Fisher and sons, of Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Casper Panhoff and sons of Garner, and Mrs. Howard Andrews of Titonka, Swea City Vacation Bible Schools Open Swea City— Daily vacation Bible schools in the Swea City churches are -under way. Jmmanuel Luth^ eran church school began last week, with Marvin Palmquist °l Taylors Falls, Minn., assisting local helpers. The Methodist ah.d Baptist churches started their schools Monday. The Methodist school will be held this week only, with all-day session, while the Baptist group will meet mornings only for two weelts. Young women of the congregation are assisting Pastor W, G. Bohi in condupting ;he -Methodist school, while the tev. and Mrs. S, A, Anderson are aided by two students from fiTorthw western pible Training School in Minneapolis, as well as by local workers. • ^*E— — v- Speclfl Prpyjdence Leaning frpn* a third-story window of her home in Waverly to salvage a faWn* umbrella, 3%. yearrQld Marcels H e f lin fell thirty feet to the ground, but su«r f^red no broken bones t na sprains anc} no bruises. When picked W* She declared H i ?ett in the mud and it's r§Wm(.» Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Christensen, son Wally and Sylvia Ann Gerdes visited friends in Ring- tesd Sunday. Kathleen, daughter of Ed Neuroth, was quite sick over the week-end. She is at the Nate Studer home. The American Legion Auxiliarj held their regular meeting Monday evening with Mrs. George Ward as hostess. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bauer spen Saturday and Sunday in Grundy Center, where they attended an COMPUTING THE QUANTITY of Zonollte needed end telephoning the Lumber Dealer for same-day delivery were the fir«t steps in this insulating job. Tim»: S minutest CHANGING INTO WORK CLOTHES wasn't really necessary, because Zonolite was so "clean" to handle. Time: 3 minutest implement meeting. Ollie Olson, who suffered an injured finger in a corn sheller accident several weeks ago, now has infection in the digit. Mrs. T. P. Dorr of California has been visiting friends here the past few weeks. The Dorrs are former Wesley and Britt residents. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Gerdes and Mr. and Mrs. Joe McGunk of Woden left'Saturday'for Chicago :o visit Heine Gerdes, who is stationed at Sheridan Field. Master Sgt. Gordon Loebig came Monday to spend a 10-day fur- ough at his parental Ed Loebig lome. Gordon is at the station hospital at Pine Bluffs, Ark. Paul Lorenz and Raymond Carlson passed their physical examinations at Des Moines Saturday and are back for the two weeks before induction into the army. Wally Christensen has gone to MARY SMOOTHED-OFF the Zonolite with - e onoe w a common board as fast as John emptied each feather-light bag between the attic joists. Time; 3 hours, • Thus— with one short afternoon's work by the owners — another home acquires a Zonolite Insulated attic, and is ready to reduce each winter's fuel bill by 20% to 30%. Besides, think of the added cost-free summer comfort: cooler days, refreshing nights. . Ask your Lumber Dealer about Zonolite Insulation .... today! Then make a date for a family Insulating Party ... for next Saturday! Enjoy the hot weather benefits of Zonolite in the months ahead; even before you en joy its money-sgyinjyssjjjjs thjs winter. Buys Enough ZONOCIT& to insulate an attic 24ft. 'J 0 * ....SETA FREE ESTIMATE FiOM Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool Algona National Farm Loan As'n MOVED , to new and more convenient office at 110 SOUTH DODGE STREET IN ALGONA (Vz block south of former location) Better service to present members; Long- Term, Low-Interest Loans to Farm Owners and Buyers, through THE FEDERAL LAND BANK OF OMAHA; with liberal ^re-payment privileges. Secure your future with a farm loan geared to the times; fitted to your requirements under all conditions. Needing a farm loan to buy land or re-finance old farm indebtedness? See us about our loans' ( numerous advantages. H, O, HwteWns, S.*T, , E, H, Htttchins, Ass't S..T, Farm Loans-Farm Sales-Insurance ! Woven Striped Ch««. teywiAtri^olQ *nd trimmed H.D. Hutchins « E, H. Hutchins N«w Qfftee at 110 So, Dodge St for JUNIORS > "$ugar-Swtet» '< Woven Chambray tail Eyelet embroidered kwdj combine and are trim. med with lace. In Win* *nd White, Blue %nd' White and Rose, and White. Sizes 9 to 15.) 17.99 * "CheckerboardCbari** A two-piecer with th* new short jacket of Butcher Spun Rayon— with a skirt of larg* checked Woven Gin» ham. In Old Glory Red and White, Black «4 White, Saddle Brow* »«d White, Emcr.ldi ' Green and White, &mi

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