The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1943 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 24, 1943
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MRS S. R. BAKER HEADS LUVERNE ONITOFU.S.W. LuVerne—All of the officers of the local unit of United Service Women were in Algona Friday afternoon, June 18, where they were installed along with officers from the Lakota and Fenlon units. The local officers are: Mrs. S. R. Baker, president; Mrs. Wm. Ristau, vice president; Mrs. Edw. Dennert, secretary; Mrs. Ted Johnson, treasurer; Mrs. F. I. Chapman, chaplain; Mrs. J. A. Nelson, historian, and Mrs. Herman Schulz, sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Frank Gronbach and Mrs. Richard Wegner accompanied group as delegates. the A county ainit was organized with Mrs. Ray Ringsdorf, Bui t, president; Mrs. Edw. Dehnert, Lu- Verne, vice president, and Mrs. Wilbur Schram, Titonka, secre tary-tfeasurer. Mrs. Clara Sankey, Algona, was a Sunday guest at Herman Warm- biers. Marvin Nerems, Corwith, and Jack Palmers, Renwick, were Sunday guests at O. S. Lunds. Walter Lenzes, Fairmont, Minn., were visiting his parents and other relatives in LuVerne Sim- day. Marie Patterson left Saturday evening for Chicago, where she will visit relatives and secure employment. Pvt. and Mrs. Ralph Boge have seen visiting LuVerne and Fort 3odge relatives. Pvt. Boge is be- ng transferred from Texas to the state of Washington. MRS, H. C. LINDSEY WILL HEAD FENTON UNIT OF U. S. W. Fehton—A; Fenton unit of the United Service Women of Abler ica was organized at the county meeting held at Algona on Friday There was installation of officers as follows: President, Mrs. H. C Lindsey; vice president, Mrs. J. A G. Smith; secretary, Mrs. Geralc Voigt; treasurer, Mrs. Ray Tietz chaplain, Mrs. Wilbert Holldorf statistician, Mrs. George Jorgen^ son; sergeant-at-arms, Mrs. Ray Stoeber; historian, Lillian Baazo asst. historian, Mrs. Ray Priebe^ Others attending the'meeting were Mrs. Walt Widdel and Mrs. John Gramenz. . Whittemore Vicinity News Items .*L*~ ua *>..-^^#.*...^» f f 1tfMlJ ....... .. .,>„> .„.„ ,..,«_,„ .^....w....... , .. L " M . _ ^. „ ^..,. . , ,., iL^^i, &rf FlTS-VEGCTABlESj Shop Our Displays of Large Fresh Pineapple, Cauliflower, Tomatoes, Cantaloupe, Plums, Cherries, Lettuce, Etc. Crisp Solid New CABBAGE 25 ( LBS. SOLID CRISP WRAPPED WINESAP APPLES 3, 25c SUNKIST LARGE JUICY LEMONS 4, 15c NEW SWEET MILD Yellow or White ONIONS 2 19c New U. S. No. 1 WHITE SHAFTER POTATOES 5 - 2T CELERY Michigan Finest Bleached Fancy Juicy Valencia CALIFORNIA BUNCH KING SIZE.. ORANGES .„ DOZ. 39c ..._...D OZ . 49c LARGE SIZE CARROTS FRESH GREEN TOP LARGE BUNCH »!•« Q Mrs. Paul tfrtch left saturda evening for New York, for an e* tended visit with her husband Cpl. Paul Urich.^ Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode an family of Corwith spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Bode's moth er, Mrs. Elizabeth Eisele. Bridget Oaffney, of Algona spent several days last week visiting with her friend, Lieut. Meta Ctade, at the home of Mrs. Her" man Gade. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schultz, Otto L.aabs, Rosela and Elenora Voigt of Algona, were Thursday eveninf dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs Herman Voigt. Prof, and Mrs. P. L. Jessen lett Sunday morning for Rochester, Minn., where they will go through he Mayo Clinic in Rochester and onsult some specialists in regard o their health. Mrs. Henry Jentz and daughter, VIrs. Emil Brady, and Mrs. Alfred entz and son, Edward, of Colo- ado Springs, Colo., visited from Wednesday until Thursday with ie former's sister, Mrs. Frank )au. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer nd daughter, Gertrude, Mr. and /trs. Alfred Meyer and son, Gayle, nd Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiden- ith helped Alfred Bruhn cele- rate his birthday Sunday evening. Prof. Werner Siems, of Evansville, Ind., who is spending his vacation here with his family at the home" of his mother, Mrs Emilie Siems, left Sunday eve* ning via train to attend a com ference at Foft Wayne, Ind 4 held for ministers and teachers, this week. He will return the latter part of this week to resume his vacation until the forepart of nex month. Mrs. Herman Gade had at her home Thursday 1 evening at a six o'clock dinner, Mrs. Emilie Siems of here, Prof, and Mrs. Werner Siems and family of Evansville. Ind., and Lieut. Meta Gade oi Chanute Field, 111. Among those who were visitors the same eve^ ning were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold 3ade and sori, Wayne and daugh* :er, Nelda, Mr. and Mrs. William 3ade, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Gade and daughter, Brenda, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Meier and family. Lieut. Meta Gade is spending a 0-day furlough here with her mother, Mrs. Herman Gade. Miss 3ade is a graduate of the Albeit hospital in nurses training. •he is highly respected as a ca"- iable nurse. She has for a time >een in the McCreery hospital, nd also has been superintendent f the Kossuth hospital in Algona. n 1941 she took a post-graduate ourse, from which she graduated he same year. She was also with hospital in Austin, Minn., for everal years. She joined the civil ervice last October and receivec er commission as lieutenant in >ecember, when she was assigned o Chanute Field, 111. She returned her duties Wednesday morning. 0WUACITYNKW8 j Mrs, Alma Swansbn was taken td a FaffmtiHt hospital last Week. Harold Roba is tefiof of the He: week. tainting the ex' building this Mfs. S. A. Andersen attended a Woman's Missionary .Rally at Iowa Falls last week. I: >•, L6cal growers report a bumper crop of strawberries, with the >| well as the .quantity ot pHme excellence. Bel-nice Vaughn has been Visit ing relatives In Stoektoh, til. She accompanied the Rev. and Mra. Clifford McAninch of North piatte, Neb*. Mel Korsrud, local lineman for e Interstate Power Co., became ill with heart trouble Thursday and was taken to Rochester in the Curtis ambulance. ., Mrs. Hannah Anderson of Swea City is the grandmother of a baby boy born on June 16 to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Anderson of Radcliffe, the Iowa ftffe hogpital. flie- W U the Mrmeft Delia,Aftder- and tft* fatherVtoinliyv well known itt Seneca toWnshlj), is. now living at~ willlafttf, Mrs, Albert fcggera and baby, Margaret Anne, left by bus from Armstrong Monday night on a two week's trip to visit relatives in Texas and Oklahoma. At Amariiio, Texas, they Will visit Mrs. figgers' brother, and at Frlonia, in the same state, with a sister and three brothers. After a few days with- Mrs. Eggers' parents at Reed, Okla., they will return home. JULY 1st IS TAX EXEMPTION DEADLINE Soldier's Exemption I Of Buy Quality and Save ROBIN HOOD OR SEAL of MINNESOTA FLOUR — YOUR CHOICE — LB. BAG 49 LOW POINT VALUES Del Monte Jumbo 47 ox. Can Tomato Juice,!, 2J Moore's—Jumbo 46 oz. Can GRAPEFRUIT 4 JUICE Points NoTlO Can PRUNES .,,, 39c No. 2 Can Golden CORN „'!- 12V 2C BE PREPARED FOR CANNING GLASS TOP FRUIT JARS Doz'. DIG Qts. Jar Rubbers 4ooz. 15C Large Package- Salad Bowl—Pint Jar HOUSEHOLD • Seasonal SUPPLIES •Suggestions 23c lOc Amaizo 1 Lb. Pkg. (albss Starch 2. r 15c Amaizo 1 Lh. Pkg. Corn Starch 2,,15c Elastic 9c Large Bar PKG.. Toilet Tissue 2™.* He Northern Roll Towels RO» lOc Arm & Hammer Baking Soda" 7 1 / 2 c Salad Dressing ISc Salad Bowl—8 oz. Jar Salad Dressing lOc Old Fashioned—8 oz. Bottle Fruit Nectar 2r 15c POST—Jumbo 14 oz. Pkg. Bran Flakes 2 . ,29c Fresh Crisp Soda CRACKERS 2::, 25c Med. or Broad NOODLES s oz. PKG lOc Flavory Fine NOODLES lOc POST—Jumbo 12 oz. Pkg. Grape-Nut 2. r 29c FRIDAY and SATURDAY JUNE 25th and 26th WE 'SAVE YOU POULTRY CO PICNIC HELD SUNDAY FOR WILLIAM HOUSEHOLDER William Householder, of the U S. navy, stationed at Camp Ware Farragut, Idaho, came home las Thursday night. He left again Tuesday night. A picnic was helc in his honor Sunday at the Cal State Park, Algona. Besides his wife and baby, guests includec Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Householder, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin House- iclder and family, Mr. and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and daughter md Mr. and Mrs. Glen House- lolder, all of Lone Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Riedel and Charlotte of Ringsted; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Zwiefel and family of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zwiefel and fam- ly of Dolliver; Mr. and Mrs. Earl ..arsen and family of Bancroft; r red Zwiefel, Dolliver; Mr. and Mrs. Don Elberts of Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Zwiefel and Mr. nd Mrs. Raymond Zwiefel and wo children of Fenton. Alta Mae Bauman of Estherville s visiting at the A. R. Willrett ome. Frank Bailey and Hadley visit- d at the Carl Eberts Home, Whitemore, Sunday. Mrs. Minnie Dreyer of Corwilh pent Sunday with her son, Evertt, and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fauerby and two daughters were in Mankato on business Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Menz anc T. N. McFap were dinner guest: Sunday at Frank McFalls. Pvt. Marvin Luedtke of Camp Van Dorn, Miss.', arrived home Sunday morning on a 10-day furlough. Mrs. Clarence Menz was a patient in the General hospital, Algona, from Wednesday until Saturday. Mrs. Virgil Wolf underwent an operation for appendicitis Monday morning at the Algona Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Milferd Elberts and son of Whjttemore were Sunday dinner guests at the parental 21mer Weisbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Harman and family of Waldorf, Minn., and Mrs. Tena Newel were guests Sunday at the F. P. Newels. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Tatum and ?arol Sue and Mr. and Mrs. A. 1. Meyers were supper guests Sunday evening at O. H. Stoebers. Bernice Prew is in Crawfords- ille, Ind., learning telegraphy. She will be there two months. Her nstruction is being financed by the Western Union. Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Krueger eft for Wattertown, Wis., Satur- ay morning where they will isit relatives. They expected to eturn Wednesday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen and son, Lawrence, of Emmetsburg and Robert Hansen of. Ringsted were guests at dinner on Sunday at the Adolph Hansen home. Chris Haase and Ferdinand Mueller, Jr., returned home Saturday morning, from Prairie du Chien, Wis., where they both took treatments. They left here on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsey and grandson, Norman Stedman, the latter of Carroll, were Sunday dinner guests at the C. M. Umsted home at Granada, Minn., and supper guests with Mrs. Mabel Smith and Mrs. Edward Lindsey and Charlene at Elmore. Circle Six of the U. S. C. S. met with Mra Melvin Mansager on Friday afternoon. Eleven members were present and three guests. Devotions were led by Mrs. Earl Lufkin. Different women of the Bible were told about by Mesdames Lester Weisbrod, F. C. Preul, Delbert Long, E. W. Ruske, Reinhold Laabs and F. P. Newel. An article from the World Outlook was given by Mrs. Carl Kern. The afternoon was spent rolling bandages and making army kits. Mesdames F. C. Preul, Lester Weisbrod and E. C. Weisbrod were guests. Lotts Creek Mission Festival Held Sunday Lotts Creek—The annual Mission Festival of the local congregation was held Sunday at the church. The morning service began at 10 o'clock and Rev. Stock, of Ayrshire, delivered the sermons in German and English. A girl's chorus, composed of Marie Faulstich, Lorna Ruhnke, Velma Wetzel, Marian Hintz, Eunice Krause Laura Radig, Rose Marie Luedtke, Ruth Pijahn, Elvira Meyer, Phyllis Gengel and Lorna Faulstich sang "A Mighty Fortress Is Our "od." The afternoon service began at 2:30, with a good crowd attend- ng. Rev. O. Long, of Estherville, delivered the sermon. The girls' chorus and school children sang very beautifully "Jesus, Shepherd of the Sheep," under the direction of Teacher Wm. Schmiel. July 1st is Deadline for Filing for BOTH 1942 and 1943 EXEMPTIONS I HAIL INSURANCE on GROWING CROPS L.S.Bohannon Phone 103 Over S&L Store 24-26 > Jvvtfwvv^ftrt^^rtflAvuvvvwvpw Amendment by State Legislature makes it possible for any Ex'Service man who was eligible for exemption last year and failed to file by June 1,1942, to still file an application for exemption for 1942 taxes payable in 1943 until July 1, 1943. Applications for exemption of 1943 taxes payable in 1944 must also be filed in the County Auditor's office by July 1, 1943. The Ex-service man's Honorable Discharge must be recorded in tlte office of the County Recorder in the county in which he claims exemption. * ' Servicemen's Homestead Exemption The Homesteads of Men or Women' in the Armed Service of the United States are now eligible for Tax Exemption. Also the homes of the wife or husband of persons in the Armed Service are eligible for Homestead Exemption. It is not necessary for the husband or wife to be actually living in'the property during the year for which exemption is claimed. However, all applications must be signed by either the wife or next of kin as agent. Application should be made at once at the office of the County Auditor for exemption on 1943 taxes payable in 1944. JULY 1st, 1943, IS THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATION i L. J. Immerfa County Auditor QUALITY In Your Eggs These Are Enemies ef Quality— —Watch Out For Them. 1. HEAT. High temperatures reduce Quality and* may make eggs inedible. 2. DIRTY—UNSANITARY SURROUNDINGS. Eggs absorb odors readily. 3. CARELESS HANDLING. One broken egg may spoil the quality pf many, 4. HOLDING TOO LONG. Eggs deteriorate rapidly when held too long.—Sell Often, Brood Sows Off Feed There is blight in our oats. Sows and pigs do not relish this feed. Walnut Grove service at your disposal. It is free. Let me inform you how to make the best sow ration and pig meal that you ever fed at not to exceed $40 per ton or $2 per 100 Ibs. Your feed is not cqmplete without Walnut Grove in the ration. Write or telephone 297 M. IIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH I NOTICE | •••• ' •* ISSS ••• ^^2 ••• , • . ••••••^^^^^•••••^^••••^^^•^^^•i • ^^Sm •i^» , - MMI •^B ^HW t ^ — * . •^M* I Dry Cleaning | I Customers I H* St FAIN 19-eow Because of the war emergency no more clothes hangers can be obtained. Therefore it is necessary for us to require that you bring in a hanger with each garment to be cleaned. If you are not going to be at home when our driver calls, it will be necessary for you to leave a hanger with each garment, *- - * . . Modern Dry Cleaners and Tailors Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Elk Cleaners-Furriers B i "" '*. I \ ,

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