The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 10, 1943 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 10, 1943
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[African Star* and Stripe* Mailed Here Mrs. (Helen) Merlyn Webb daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walte: L. Johrisbn, of west of Algona,' L lii receipt of the service newspaper, Stars and Stripes, printed by the service men In North Africa. The paper was dated May S, and mailed here by Merlyn ,webb, with the armed forces in that area, Merlyn has been overseas since January 30. Prior io that he was stationed at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. SEXTON NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven and Mrs. Albert Genrich were Mason City callers on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond Were isitors at John Schulers on Sunday. Their children, Darrel Rhonda, who' have been visiting there, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbach, and Jeanne and Joanne Graham of Cedar Rapids, attended the funeral of Mrs. Spilles at Whittemore on Monday morning. Mrs. Spilles was an aunt of Mrs. Mimbach. Charles McMahon of the U. S. coast guards, stationed at New """••••"'•'"••"•"••''••^^•••"••'^•^^^^••••••^^^^^•^•^•^^•^••Mfc^^^ta**^**^^^^,^^^^,,^«„^,^^^^^^4 Whittem&reVicinity News Items .. ......1.-. - ._,..._-_ ....... - ... .L ....... . "fr . . . . , ' ,...,„. .,..,. , .. . . ... Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Behnke and family 6f Westgate visited with relatives -here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer and son, Walter, and Mr. and Mrs. William Hanover visited with Mr. and Mrs. John Geitzenauer in Fenton Sunday afternoon. George Frost, Melvin Henrich, Elrrier Greihert, Raymond Heller, Henry Behnke and Herman Schumacher are spending a ten day furlough with their respective parents. They all serve in the U. S. army. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz, Ar- .hur Heidenwith of here, William Braatz of Milwaukee, Wis., and Wrs, Rosa Zabel of West Allis, Wis., were Sunday visitors with VIr. and Mrs. Erwin airmont, Minn. Braatz at A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm Weber Sunday evening to help Mrs. Weber celebrate her birth day, and also the wedding anhi versaries of Mr. and Mrs. t.estei Quinn and Mr. and Mrs. Weber Those present from out of town were Mr. and 'Mrs. Oscar Weber and family .and Loran Baker <> Ayrshire; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sikora and famtly of Cylinder Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bonnstetter and John Dorweiler' of West Bend; Corp. Bert Ferdin of Rolfe Mr. and Mrs. Lester Quinn and tamily of Irvington, and Ruth Baldwin and ,Merrill Schumacher of Algona. The evening was spent playing cards, Mrs. Leo Ludwig and Oscar Weber winning high and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Weydert ow. At the close of the evening n delicious lunch was served. Orleans, La., arrived home Sun- Sward and " Several relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and VIrs. Martin Meyer Sunday eve- ling to help Mrs. Meyer celebrate er birthday. Ervin Mittag had the misfqr- une of spraining the ligaments i his right hand Friday morning 'hile attempting to loose a halter rom a horse. Mrs. Lydia Wetzel, Ella and 'elma and Mrs. Herbert Potrhtz, Mrs. Essie McMahon, and othtir relatives and friends. Mrs. Essie McMahon and sons, Francis and Charles, were dinner guests at the John McMahon home at Britt on Sunday. The Sexton Bible School children will present a program on Sunday,' June 13, at the usual church hour. Rev. J. A. Riggs, with Mrs. Hammond, Mrs. Glenn Zwieful and Miss Florence Phillips, with Mrs. Everett Steven as pianist, have been directing the children in their school work. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. Letts Creek News Mrs. Martin Dreyer and son, Larry, spent Monday evening at the home of IWr. and Mrs. John Schallin. Meyer, LuVerne. Pvt. Edmond Bell of 'Camp Berkeley, Texas, spent Friday visiting at the homes of his sisters, Mesdames Elmer Pijahn and Edwin Wichtendahl. The Immanuel Lutheran school closed Friday. A short program was given by the pupils, after which refreshments were served by the school board. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Potrau and family and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz and Caroline were Sunday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Schultz, Whittemore. Pvt. Edwin Luedtke of Camp Crowder, Mo., left Friday after spending a 14-day furlough at the home of his father, Arthur Lued tke and family, and other relatives and friends. Bonnie Mae, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz, was baptized Sunday morning at the Summer Whites Lovely large straw cartwheels, small calots, beret effects, sailors and beanies—any type of white hat in almost any kind of material. Unusually good assortment of large, dark hats—very -smart this summer. $295 and up The ELITE Immanuel Lutheran church. The sponsors were ,Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl and Fritz Meyer. Rueben Luedtke left Saturday evening for Alaska where he will be employed on the new Alaskan road. Rueben's father, Ernest Luedtke, took him as far as Fort Dodge, from where he left by train. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Potratz entertained at Sunday dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl and Marlene and Martin Potratz in honor of the christening of their daughter,* Bonnie Mae. . Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pijahn and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl and family attended the wedding and reception of Miss Edith Bell and Pvt. Jerry Sprong of West Bend. The ceremony took place at 6:30 o'clock at the Peace Lutheran church, Rev. Mack officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mittag and 'amily of Truesdale, Everett Mit- ;ag and Ruby Kueck of Buffalo, tf. Y., and Mrs. F. W. Mittag were Monday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag, Arlene and Dennis, children of the Hugo Mit- :ags, are spending a week at the home of their grandparents. Everett Mittag of Buffalo, N. Y., came Saturday evening by car for a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Mittag. Everett left Monday evening by train for New York and will leave from there Wednesday for South Carolina for training in the marine school. Miss Ruby Kueck, who is also employed at Buffalo, accompanied him here for a few days at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck. She returned to Buffalo Monday evening. ^' ^TT^^^^^T^^^^^ IETY >Mf. "ftftd %^%% pW^aftb* Mt. afld tesv 8MB iWiH'ifta m b Friendly Club Meets— The Riverdale Ladies FrAenfll, Club met recently with Mrs Elizabeth Grill, Mrs. Lucy Lenet assisting. As roll call was answer ed, each member suggested food that could be put in a picnic lunch Opal Barker substituted for Dor othy Baldridge as secretary and treasurer. Piano selections were played by Bernadine Riley, Gloria Steele Mary Joyce Capesius and Helen Becker. Wanda Steel gave instructive points on Our Flag. Mrs. Mary Hiraga gave a very interesting ;alk on Japanese relocation campi and how they are managed. Opa Barker, mother of the club, was presented with a plant. The club will have their annual >icnic for all members and their amilies on July 4th. The picnic vill be held at the Bob Casey 'arm. Mrs. Mamie Fitch and Mrs. Elizabeth Grill will furnish the ••ntertainment for this event. 'ranees Sorcnscn Weds— Frances Sorensen, daughter of le late Lars Sorensen and Mrs. Clara Sorensen, California, was married Sunday to Max Stratton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stratton, Sexton, in the Baptist church. The Rev. Robert F. Kittrell presided. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sorensen were attendants. Dick is a step-brothtr of the bride. 'A few friends and relatives were guests. The bride wore a citrine-colored suit with a corsage of roses and sweetpeas. Following the wedding the bride and groom went on a short honeymoon, returning Tuesday. The young couple will make their home with the groom's parents. Childrcns' Day Program— The Presbyterian church will have a Childrens' Day program Sunday at 11 o'clock in place of their regular services due to the absence of their minister, Rev. C. C. Richardson, who is at Camp Foster, Okoboji. There will" be a rehearsal Friday evening at 7:30 in the Presbyterian church. All participants are asked to attend this rehearsal. AAA Luncheon Wednesday— A luncheon was held in the Algona Hotel Wednesday afternoon from 12:30 until 3:00, sponsored by the Kossuth County AAA" Far- mer field woman, Mrs. Martha J. Morgan. Mrs. Dorothy McMeeken of Lincoln, Nebr., was the guesl speaker, assisted by Mrs. E. Richardson of Des Molnes.-Both of them are fleld women for the AAA. Marriage Announced-' The marriage of Miss Lydia Ward to Lieut. Louis Francis Nero of Chicago, was announced here this Week. Miss Ward is a daughter of Mrs. Fred M. Ward, formerly of Algona. The marriage took place in Chicago on April 28th and they are now^at home in Miami Beach, Fla., where Lieut. Nero is in the Army Air Force. , . • • Last C. D. of A. Meeting— The C. D. of A. will have a regular business meeting Thursday evening, June 10, at 8:00 o'clock in the Academy Hall. A social hour Will follow. This will be the last meeting of the year ind all members are urged to itend. <egion Auxiliary to Meet— The American Legion Auxiliary vill have its regular meeting on Monday, June 14, in the Legion lall, at 8:00 p.m. There will be lection of officers. Mrs. L. E. Hovey's division will be in charge f the meeting. iVa-Tan-Ye To Have Picnic— The Wa-Tan-Ye girls will have picnic Tuesday evening at 6:30. Members are to meet at the City Hall. Those who are planning to attend are to check out by Saturday of this week. Presbyterian Circle Metes- Mrs. R. M. Wallace entertained Circle B of the Presbyterian church at a tea near the fireplace in her garden Wednesday. Mrs. C. U. Pollard is the chairman of Circle B. nt Spencer' , ' . > , Mr. aM<MrS. ftanriey Ptit^antf chtidreft , wefts' Sufi-day 1 , dinner fuestt fet thfe tteflftan Funk Hdfrus, in Alg6nS. Florence Fuhk of Fott Dodge was also there. Roy ollom, petty officer -S/c in the navy, left Monday evening for Farragut, Idaho, where he Is sta- tiofted, aftef spending AiW&k'a furldtfiti 'herd with ,nis fa'rnlly.' ,th*JL«8teft Sftd A^xlljafy;. ,_..-.,_-«,. meet tfuesday evening if thi gion hail with Mrs. Henty Smith and Mrs, Wyot stptt as hostesses. The Auxiliary will elect officers. the teachers have gone to their various homes to spend the Bum- met* vacation. Mrs. SJglef, Esther Steen and Xenia Hayes have resigned and Will not be back next year. 1HM.MJI Of FeTiia h6*ne"-iH' Mr, ,aftd Wfs. Mae. ft at thft' The fiuft,- jflet SatUfdaf, id IS m; ,5 Bird ,4 : H clulf , at the home '. • Aa_.«* . ..i« of Jacqueline^ Pearson," Hall call was. aftswef66* by f iVlnrf home nUfseify'-hlntSi A talK was given on "Removing Stains From ciutH- Ing" by the assistant leader. FRESH FRUITS CALIFORNIA WHITE SHAFTER $fsz.. Potatoes ^H • • 5 Ibs. LIMIT 5 LBS. PER CUSTOMER Key to Vitamins: ++ Excellent Source; + Good Source CALIFORNIA-—Size 5 HEAD LETTUCE Vitamins .A+, B1+, C++, G-i- 14" Whittemore Church Picnic— The congregatipn of the Whittemore Methodist church 'will hold their annual picnic at the Carlisle grove, Sunday, June 13, at 1:00 p. m. Sewing Club Meets— Mrs. Orin Spalding entertained the Sewing Club Tuesday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee was a guest of the club. BANCROFT NEWS THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, JUNE 10-11 1000 Charging Horsemen 500 Gorgeous Harem Queens 1001 Thrills of "1001 Nights" Thrills - Beauty - Daring ADDED ATTRACTION "NEW MARCH OF TIME" Saturday, June 12 -2nd Feature Fun for the Entire Family Sunday and Monday June 13 and 14 KICK UP YOUR HEELS AND HOWL!...The hone. laughs are running wild I Their NEWEST Fun/ COSTEUO DAMONWMOff'S with Grace McDONALD Cecil KEUAWAY Eugene PAILETTE Patsy O'CONNOR Richard LANE and leighlon NOBLE and His Orchestra TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15-16 JOHN STEINBECK'S "THE MOON IS DOWN" a daughter born They have one Miss Delores Schiltz began %voik for Dr. M. A. McDevitt last week. Regina Berens left Thursday for Omaha, Nebr., where she will attend summer school. Pvt. Clarence Cayler, New Boston, Texas, came last week to visit his mother, Mrs. Anna Cayler. Agnes Droessler left last Tuesday for Tacoma, Wash., where she will attend summer school. Mrs. Edna McDonald and Lilian left Friday for Detroit, Mich., ifter spending two weeks here. Pvt. Matt Boyer returned to Camp McCoy, Wis., Monday after attending the funeral of his moth- here. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dixon are the parents of last Thursday, other child. Pvt. John Bailey left last Friday for San Angelo, Texas, after spending a two weeks furlough with his wife. Cpl. Orville Farrow of Camp White, Ore., arrived Wednesday to spend a 15-day furlough with his wife and daughter. 7 E. P. Fredrickson, agent for the C. & N. W. Ry. here, has been transferred to Burt. This change is effective July 1st. Mrs. Art Welp and two children left Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Welp's folks, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bastein, at St. Cloud, Minn. Elizabeth Inman left Saturday evening from Algona for Hunter College in New York, where she will report for duty in the WAVES. Lawrence Deitering, A.M. 1/c, Natchitoches, La., came Monday evening for a visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J, Deitering. Mr. and Mrs. Orland Ditsworth and daughter, Fort Dodge, anc Mrs. Nettie Peterson of California spent from Saturday until Tuesday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ditsworth. Katharine Kramer, student ir nurses training at St. Vincent's hospital in Sioux City, is spending a three week's vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Matt Kramer. Mrs. A. H. Foth and son, Tom left Monday for Provo, Utah, to visit this summer with Mr. Foth who is employed on a war project there. They expect to returr this fall before school reopens. The banns of marriage were published Sunday in St. John's church between Veronica Fangman and Cpl. Arnold Knecht of Camp Grant, 111. The wedding took place Monday morning in St John's church. Many people attended Memorial Day services and program held at the Forester Hall, Sunday. Speakers at the program were Rev. Father Henry Weimer of St. John's Catholic church and Rev. O. L. Summers, pastor of the First Baptist church. Aux. fc. Nfoma Van Steenberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. M Van Steenberg, returned to duty with the WAACs at Daytonna Beach, Fla., Thursday after spending a furlough with her parents and friends here. She has been in the service since December. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Schneider entertained the following at dinner last Sunday honoring their son, Joe, who graduated from St. John's Sunday: Mr. Zattonkal and Vitamins A++, B1+, C+ California Q- bunch DC Vitamins C++ Dozen 3lC Vitamins C+ 3 , ls 2lc Each Vitamins B1+,. C++' CARROTS California Size 309 LEMONS Yellow ONIONS New CABBAGE Vitamins A++, B1+, C++ Ripe 1 Lb. |Q_ TOMATOES Ctn. IOC Calif. Val. Vitamins B1+, C++ Size 150 ORANGES Doz. lona COCOA Pkg. Kellogg's 514 oz. RICE KRISPIES Pkg. lie News of Seneca Vicinity Mr. and Mrs. James Schneider and daughter, Pocahontas; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schneider and family, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson and family, Mr. and I^trs. Leonard Hatten and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Diers. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson and Frances drove to Humboldt Sunday where they attended Memorial Day services and visited with friends. Mr. : and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson 'drove to Leland Monday where they visited at the home of the latter's parents and also attended the funeral of a family friend. Mrs. Lester Osborn and daughter, Janice, left for Alexandria, S. D., Saturday morning where they will spend several days visiting with her parents, the Elmer Letchers. Mrs. Virgil Wolf and baby son came home from the hospital the first part of last week. Later Mrs. Wolf suffered a nervous collapse and was returned to the hospital. Latest reports are that she is much improved. Relatives gathered at the Harold Nielsen home Saturday evening and helped Mrs. Nielsen observe her birthday anniversary. Guests included the Albert Nielsens, Melvin Nielsen and Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Nielsen and children. Mr .-and Mrs. Ole Oftedahl and daughters left for Duluth, Minn., Tuesday where Mr. Oftedahl will try to find work vital to the war effort. They will also visit Mr. Oftedahl's parents, who have not been enjoying the best of health recently. ' Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gielenfeldt are the parents of a son, Jerrold Duane, born Thursday at the Kossuth hospital at Algona. They have two other children, a son and a daughter. The Gielen- feldts are employed at the J. H. Jensen farm. Maurice Weisbrod, who is in naval training at Camp Scott, Farragut, Idaho, arrived Sunday at the Clarence Osborn home where he will enjoy a 6-day visit with home folks. He plans to return to camp Saturday. His sister, Hazel Weisbrod, who is employed at. Cleveland, Ohio, arrived Tuesday for a couple of week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Griffith and daughters, Gloria and Diana, of Des Moines were Saturday evening dinner guests at the J. H. Jensen home and also spent the night there. On Sunday the Jensens and the Griffiths were Sunday dinner guests at the P. H. Jensen home at Fenton. The Griffiths spent Sunday night at the P. H. Jensen home and returned to Des Moines Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Osborn and son of LaPorte City spent the week-end with relatives at Seneca. On Sunday a family gathering was held at the Wm. Osborn home in their honor. Relatives present included Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Saxton and family of Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Bill Richmond and family of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Osborn, Marjorie and Jimmie, the Roy Osborns and Lester Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen and children were Sunday afternoon guests at the George Jensen hom'e : near Ringsted. Leona Jensen, who has been attending Dana College, leaves this week for Northfleld, Minn., where she will work in the Baker School. Dorothy Burt, who has been employed at Estherville, has been enjoying a few days visit with home folks. She also plans to go to Northfield to work in the same school. Elizabeth Burt has been working there" for several months. Post's 40% BRAN FLAKES CHEERI- OATS 0 M.C.P. Fruit PECTIN Nabisco / 14 oz. I A. Pkg. IOC 7 oz. Pkg. 3 oz. Pkg. 12 oz. SHRED. WHEAT Pkg. lie lOc I3c Ann Page VINEGAR Kellogg's ALL. BRAN Sunnyfleld RICE GEMS GRAPE- NUTS Facial Soap WOODBURY'S SPICK Quart Hot. i oz. Pkg. I2c 16 oz. j gc 9c ••% I3a 3 cakes 23C Bot. I2c lA&p • Iced Nut RAISIN i A&P 100% Whole ! WHEAT A&P Plain RYE 24 oz. A_ loaf 9C 16 oz. A_ loaf 9C Sunnyfield, Crispy . WHEAT FLAKES Herb-ox BOUILLON CUBES 8 oz. Q- Pkg. DC cans For Dirty Hands BORAXO 1 „!: 8 oz. Pkg. tin9C I3c Wall Paper Cleaner'40 oz. KUTOL .,' Wax Paper, CUT-RITE I5c 125ft. |7 Roll I f C 20 Mule Team 1 Ib. Pkg. I5c AMERICA'S FAVORITE COFFEE! 8 O'CLOCK Mild and ,9 Lb. Mellow ft Bag. RED CIRCLE Rich and ' A 1 Lb. Full Bodied ft Bags BOKAR Vigorous A 1 Lb. and Winey ft Bags .Use Stamp No. 24 41 c 47c 5lc STAMPS J, K & L NOW VALffi ftt&.*fAMP VALUES •*- BURT NEWS 29c Mazola Cooking tad 16 oz. SALAD OIL Bot. Wilson's Certified Semi-Boneless PIGS FEET 28 oz. jar 100% Pure Hydrogenated Vegetable Shortening A Lb. DEXO «l Ctn. JUNE IS DAIRY MONTH Cost Point' 5 Pts. each , 4 Pts. each 15 Pts. each | Swea-Eagle News aKBttfctctctarsrfrfr^^ I The Busy Bee club met 'Friday afternoon with Mrs. Aaron Taylor. Mrs. M. M. Chipman spent the week-end with Mrs. Hattie Grif- m, near Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bahling and Patty spent the week-end at the George Schroeder home at Ames. Mrs. J. T. Reaney entertained eight women at a luncheon at the Marvin Hotel Monday afternoon. Mrs. Lottie Isenberger went to Algona Friday evening to spend a week at the home of her brother, Jake Godden. Mrs. C. W. Reynolds is spending Wednesday and Thursday of this week with her husband, who is working in Clinton. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Smith, Mary Ann and Richard, were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Mrs. L. D. Hodgson home. Roland Chaffee recently graduated from the Motor Mechanics School at Camp Robert and has Carf sent to a at Pittsbura, Iowa State Brand CREAMERY BUTTER Mild American DAISY CHEESE White House EVAPORATED MILK STAMPS K, L & M NOW VALID A&P_.Fcy; UnsweeteiJ GRAPEFRUIT JUICE lona Brand' ' TOMATO JUICE Campbell's Improved TOMATO SOUP A&P Fancy APPLE SAUCE Sultana Choice FRUIT COCKTADL Brandywlne Sliced MUSHROOMS Fey. Hand-Picked Navy PEA BEANS ' 20 Can 16 oz. Can 2 oz. Can 2 Lb. Bag SAVE YOUR WASTE FATS FOR AMMUNITION! GRANULATED ' SOAP HEALTH SOAP FLAKES or SNOW 12 oz. k Pkg. 23° SOAP FLAKES WHITE SAIL 12% oz. Pkg. 14° LUX FLAKES 12 oz. Pkg. 23' 5 RED POINTS |IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII!III||||||||||||||||||!IPII,II^^ light to Limit Ouant. Reserve llllllMlllllllllllllllilljIllllllllllllUlliuiiiiiiiiiiii^ SALE 100 pair of Summer Shoes Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harner left 1 Monday for Goldfleld to visit Jes- 1 sie Heartsock and from there m they will visit Mr. Harner's | brothers, John and David Harner, § at Cedar Falls, expecting to return the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Art E. Anderson and son, Bobby, were in Rochester, Minn., Saturday to attend the graduation exercises of their daughter, Betty. After comple.ting nigh school here 'she took one year of college work in Dubuque. Then she entered nurses training it the Kahler School of Nursing Rochester. A class of 9? graduated. Betty returned here with her parents for 9 few jfcys ypit when she will return |or work In he hospital. Just m time for you to use your No. 17 shoe stamp before June 15. Whites, Blues, Patents, Beige, and white with combinations. Not all sizes in every shoe, but most sizes represented in this group.

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