The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 24, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 24, 1943
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Hie Algona Upper Heft Motnes, Algona, Iowa, June 24, 1943 HERMAN DEBOER, WESLEY, MARRIES GIRL Wesley—Herman fieBoer, son of Mr. and Mrs. CldUs DeBoef, was married June 12th to Miss Marguerite Mayer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Mayer of Bes Moines. The ceremony was performed toy Rev, Deaner in the Evangelical church at Des Moines. The couple were attended by Virginia Larsh and Maurice DeBoer. The bride is,employed in the service department of Sears Roebuck., Herman is an instructor in the air School at Pella. A reception was held at the bride's home following the ceremony. Mr, and'Mrs. Claus DeBoer, Mr. and Mrs. IV Sckels, Mrs. Ralph Tjaden and Maurcie DeBoer attended the wedding, WESLEYANS ATTEND FIRST MASS BY JOHN ROSKOPF Mr. and Mrs. E. M; Olson and two daughters, Florence and Lucille, Mrs. Olson's mother, Mrs. Matt Laux, and Mrs. Olson's sister, Mrs. August Carman, went to MarshalltoWH Sunday to attend the first mass of John Roskopf, a nephew of Mrs. Laux. He had been ordained on June 13th at Marshalltown instead of Dubuque, as was reported last Week. Following the mass at St. Mary's Catholic church at 10:30 a. m., a 1:30 dinner was served to fifteen .priests, relatives and friends in the Academy Hall. Mrs. Lawrence Wingert and Jerry also atended the mass and Jerry assisted with the ceremony,, WfiSLfcYANTS ATTEND WEDDING AT STORY CITY Mr, and Mrs. Sam Alne, Rosalie aftd Irvin, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Alne attended the wedding of their niece and cousin, Olive Espe, at Story City Saturday eve* nlng at 8 o'clock. She was married to Sgt. Emory Munson at the Lutheran church in a candlelight ceremony performed by Rev. O. M. Severseike of Belmond, uncle of the bride. A reception was held for 70 guests following the ceremony. The groom is stationed at a Texas camp. His bride will accompany him there. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne and family returned Suhday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard- Alne, newlyweds, went to Chicago Sunday night. He will be commissioned a lieutenant in th enavy Tuesday and will receive special .training .in Florida and Boston. Mrs. Clarence Ackerson went to Detroit, Mich., last week to visit a sister. ' Paul Lorenz and Raymond Carlson left Saturday for induction into the U. S. army. Mr. and Mrs. Giis Voks of Algona were Sunday evening callers at the. Rasmussen home. The Wesley Tigers defeated the Lone Rock baseball team 10-4 in a game played here Sunday. Florence Olson of Mason City spent Saturday and Sunday at her parental E. M. Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ciare Robinson and family and her mother, Mis. Myrtle Brayton, spent Sunday at Lost Island. CORN DETASSELLING WILL START ABOUT JULY 15th 'Pioneer need$ to know NOW how many men and women, boys and girls will be available for this work. i Make application at the plant by phone, letter or in person. PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. Phone 95 Algona, Iowa LOTTS CREEK TEACHER AND FAMILY GIVEN FAREWELL PARTY SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain arid their children of Sexton were Sunday guests at her parental Ed Hildman home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Overhelm and family of Corwith were Sunday eVening callers at the home of Mrs. -Irene Studer. Mrs. Lou Wingert and three children went to Ladysmlth, Wis., last week for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Leonard. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kent of Bui-t were Sunday visitors at the Tom McMahon home. Mrs. McMahon is the former Mary Kent. Pearly Haynes and Mrs. (Irene) Ed Farnum of Los Angeles, Calif., came last week for a visit at their parental P. C. Haynes home. Mr. and Mrs. Sarn Haag and two sons, Monte and Robert, of Algona, were Sunday guests at her parental George Ward home. The Forrest Christensens and her father, Albert Anderson, attended a Christensen family reunion at the Call 'State Park Sunday. Pvt. Lyle Hirner, who spent a 12-day furlough at his George Hirner home, leaves this week end for Camp Van Dorn, Miss. Cheryll Meurer suffered a sprained ankle one day last week while on a picnic with the Busy Bee Sewing club at the Call State Park. Rev. Lee Fosmark, a missionary from Alberta, Canada, was guest speaker at the Congregational church Sunday. He was entertained at the Ole Flom home. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Kunz and his mother, Mrs. Ann Kunz, of Des Moines, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Matern. Laura Hansen, telephone operator of Santa Ana, Calif., and Harold Hansen, ol Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., are visiting at their parental 'Mrs. Nels Hansen home. Mrs. Reese Martin and three children of Des Moines are visiting at her parental George Hildman home. Mr. Martin is attending a barber school at Des Moines. Carmen Silbaugh returned home Saturday evening from a three weeks visit with relatives and friends at Lost Island. She is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Silbaugh. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rasmussen and family attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Rasmussen of Goldfield. The picnic was held at the Goldfield city park. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ward attended a family reunion of the Chandler Ward clan held Sunday in the Call State Park, Algona. About 100 relatives attended and a very interesting program was presented. The infant son born to Mr. and Mrs. Urban Neuroth on Wednesday, June 9th, was baptized the following Sunday at St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev. L. N. Klein and named Keith Duane. Mr. and Mrs. Nate Studer were sponsors. The Neuroths also have two young daughters. It's Wise- To Put in Your Coal Early! There is comfort in knowing that you have plenty of fuel stored in your bins now for winter use, Place your order and we will fill it as we can. We suggest further that you buy as regularly thereafter as your storage space permits. Have Superior Block In Transit More shingles are now on track. We also have barb wire and fence, well as several hundred rods of poultry and garden fence, SEE US ^- PHONE F. S. Norton & Son Letts Creek—On Sunday evening members of Immanuel Lutheran church, former pupils of Teacher William Schmiel from Fenton, Whittemore and Algona, the neighboring pastors, their wives and families, Tericher and Mrs. H. W. Behnke, Whittemore, and Supt. H. F. C. Mueller .of Fort Dodge gathered on the Lutheran school lawn for a farewell party in honor of their faithful teacher and friend, Wm. Schmiel, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Schmiel and family, who had been dinner guests of 'the Hugo Faulstichs, were summoned to the scene by the members of the school board. Program The program opened witli several selections played by the Lolts Creek band. Teacher H. W. Behnke acted as master of ceremony. The girls' chorus sang "A Perfect Day." Talks were given by the following pastors: Rev. Richmann, Rev. A. Rehder and his brother, Rev. Ansorge and Rev. Lange. Supt. Mueller gave a reading based on Psalm 1. The men's chorus, composed of Hugo Faulstich, Otto Ruhnkc, Arthur Rusch and Arthur Zumaoh sang a farewell song, written by Mr. Schmiel's sister-in-law and former pupi^ Mrs. Wm. Fuer- by Otto Ruhnke, also a former pupil. Presented Purse Edwin Lieb, a member of the school board, presented Teacher Schmiel with a purse of money in behalf of the congregation and also a 'purse of money from the former pupils of Whittemore and Fenton. Teacher Schmiel spoke words of thanks and blessings to the congregation and read his words of farewell. The girl's chorus then sang "God Be With You Till We Meet Again." The band closed the program by playing "Abide With Me." A lunch was served later in the school basement. The guests parting with warm hand shakes with the family and wishing them weil in their new home and retirement. Here 48 Years Teacher Schmiel has been a faithful teacher, organist, a very good friend and counselor in the school, church and community for the past 48 years. Mrs. Schmiel, who will also be sorely missed here by her many friends and acquaintances, was born and raised in this community and has lived here for over 50 years. The Schmiel children were also born and raised in this community and will also be greatly missed. To Live In Wisconsin Teacher and Mrs. Schmiel, Esther, Ruth and Edgar will leave the end of the week for their new home in Thiensville, Wis. After a stenau, and the music composed I few weeks at their home Esther, R.N., will Kbehler hospital, Rochester Minn. Ruth, who is a parochial teacher, will resume her duties as teacher at Immanuel Lutheran school, Waterloo, Iowa. Edgar, who has just received his B. A. degree at Cornell College, ^Mt. Vernon, and a navy reserve, is awaiting his call to the navy. The Schmiels have two other sons, Gerhart, a parochial school teacher at Cedarburg, Wis., and Paul, of Cleveland, Ohio, where he has been employed for a number of years. LEDYARD NEWS The Dutton reunion was held at Algona on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingel were shoppers at Blue Earth on Tuesday. Mrs. George Thompson was having dental work done Wednesday at Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pingel and Bobby were visitors at Frost on Thursday. Mrs. Asa Warner and Mrs. Clarence Ackson, Wesley, are visiting at the home of their sister in Detroit, Mich. The Thompson reunion was held at LuVerne at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson on Sunday. Mrs. J. C. McNurney and son, Richard, are spending a two weeks visit at the parental Jack ^£*> 43%^Ju- ; STORES' *^ ===== YOUR FRIEND 'AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 25 and 26 NOT RATIONED Eat Fresh Fruits arid Vegetables when available and spend Ration Points for Canned Foods to Eat Next Winter. VALENCIA ORANGES Best for juice. Get our price on the size orange you prefer. SUNKIST LEMONS Colossal Size, 6 for 230 RED BEAUTY PLUMS Red meat table and canning plums. The limited supply suggests the advisability of making plum jelly and preserves at once. Original Basket ...... $1.19 NEW CABBAGE Found Tc REB RIPE TOMATOES Pound I5c ICEBERG LETTUCE 2 Large Heads 25$ REDUCED EVERY DAY PRICES Our recently reduced prices will heln you keep within your Food Budget. These New Low Prices are not confined to any one department but are store wide. We call particular attention to our new prices on Canned Fruit and Vegetables and Breakfast Cereals. DWARPIES POPPED RICE, Bag ...5e MILLER'S WHEAT FLAKES, Pkg. lOe KELLOGG'S Shredded Wheat, Pkg. lOe KELLOGG'S BICE KRISPIES, Pkg. .I2c KELLOGG'S BRAN FLAKES, 14 Oz..l3e 8UFEBB RolMQats, 3-lb. Pkg. I9c COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS FANCY HAMS 1 Skinned, Smoked and Tendered Whole or Half PER POUND. 38c Short Cut STEAK PER POUND... 45c Sirloin STEAK PER POUND... 43c BEEF BRAINS, pound .. 12c OXTAILS, pound 13c SLICED PORK LIVER, pound ..19c PORK SPARERIBS, pound 21c DRY SALT PORK, pound 22c SLICED BEEF LIVER, pound ...35e SUMMER SAUSAGE, pound 37c Tender, Juicy BEEF ROASTS PER POUND 29c SUPERB NO. « CAM GRAPEFRUIT HEARTS I5c SUPERB ' NO. i'A CAN SAUERKRAUT I2c SUPERB, NO. t'A CAN BARTLETT PEARS . .29c SUPERB NO. 8V4 CAN SLICED PEACHES ...24c SUPERB NO. a CAN WHOLE TOMATOES .I4c SUFESBNO. 8 CAN CUT WAX BEANS .. I4c 8UPURB NO. 8 CAN MIXED VEGETABLES lie H.QUJ $1-89 FIRST PRIZE" LOUR, V4, Bbl. Bag FLOUR, 01 CQ $ltO«f MOTT'S'SWEETENED NO. 2 CAH APPLE SAUCE .....He MORNING LIGHT NO. 2V4 CAN BARTLETT PEARS . .26c MORNING LIGHT NO. 2H CAN SLICED PEACHES ...22c MORNING LIGHT NO. 2 CAN TOMATOES I3c HORNING LIGHT NO. S CAN CUT GREEN BEANS . I5c MORNING LIGHT NO. 8 CAN DICED BEETS 9c Horning Light Cream Style, No. i Can WHITE CORN Me DOLE'S PINEAPPLE JUICE 7 Points 18-oz. Can lOc CAMPBELL'S TOMATO JUICE 4 Points 47-01. Can GEDNEY'S DILL PICKLES Not Rationed, Gallon Jug .., 99c i c Of| t TRY TAG-GUT For rich taei- |ow flavor, de- llxntful aroma and "more cut* per Ib." 30c CERBER'S FOODS Cereal and Instant Oatmeal 2 Packages ....27c ZEPHYR NECTAR Assorted flavor*. One Bottle ' Makes 3ft Gallons. 2 BoHlw «»»»*» Exchange the empty bag? for 22 carat Gold Pattern Dishes. 30c SUN-SWEET PRUNES, Medium, IP. Carton ... I6c WHOLE WHITE RICE, Pound ............ .'...Tie MACARONI & SPAGHETTI, t W® «. . I6c N«ocy Ann " BREAD 42r I IB COLGATE cak« SOAPS JUB8, mall, Mil Brown f We Wk* BREAD M McDonald home. Mrs. Lawrence Kinneon and daughter of Brooklyn, Iowa, were visitors at the Lawrence Pingel home on Saturday. The annual Sunday School picnic of the. Evangelical and Reformed church will be held at the school grounds on Sunday, June 27th. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Trysland 6f Waterville and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomsa of Waukon spent a few days at the Leo Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz, Joyce and Paula Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Nitz and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Nitz, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark, Lakota, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blome all attended the Father's Day picnic at Turtle Lake on Sunday. Lieut. Kenneth M. Thmhfftftt tt now stationed at Ofeat fi«Jd f Kansas. Mrs. Thompsbn id with him. Pvt. Puane TndmpstJn 'ffe* turned to Childress. T6xas, Whfcrt? he is doing confidential Clerical work in an Office after A IS-day furlough at the parental GeorgS Thompson home. The two brother* had a furlough at the same time. Wesley Neighbor* Plow 120 Acres Corn Wesley—A group of farm neigh* bors gathered at the John Kichter, Jr., home Saturday afternoon and' the 14 tractors plowed 120 acres of corn for Mr. Richteif. Mrs. Richter, mother of two small ^sons, died about four weeks ago. A Coral King Dress Sol* Exclusively by Kresensky's * ' White Waffle Pique cwo. piecer with heavy white -. lace insertions. Full ** flared skirt. la white • only. Sizes 11 to 15. s 16.50 Black PATEIT to invigorating to your costumes . 1. so flattering ... so comforting to hurried you... for they clean with a whisk of a cloth) Slim, Hitched HALTEB-SANDAL and D'ORSAY PUMP. $5.85 BY THS BOMMSI Whatever the Home Front duty, it usually means footwork. And these easy-action, clean' cut oxfords with comfy non-slip heels are called out daily. 150

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