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•(• *¥'M ( 'f : .,» 5^. The Algona Uppci- Des Monies, Alfona, f<m«, Jutte 24, 1S43 * i'*i«*s a- ,*"» THOMPSON AND MAM CLAN IN LUVERNE REUNION .-The Thompson-Merriam family reunion was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson, but because of present conditions only the relatives who live in the near vicinity were present. They were Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Merriam and son, Wilbur; Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Merriam, Corwith; Mrs. Harold Stephcnson and Hattie Burlingame, Algona; Mr. nnd Mrs. George Thompson, Ledyard, and granddaughter, Carolyn Thompson, of Sioiix City; Mr. and Mrs. Fay Thompson, Eagle Grove, and the William nnd Allen Thompson families. LuVt'rne. George Thompson was re-elected president; Harry Merriam, vice president; Mrs. Stephenson, secretary, and Albert Merriam, treasurer. Arthur Ramuses, Des Moines, spent the week-end with relatives here. Mrs. Walter Hetti went to Fort Dodge Monday to visit Mrs. Edwin Hefti, who is a patient in Mercy hospital there. Miss Sarah Blumer, who teaches in the Waukegan, 111., schools arrived at home last week for the summer vacation. George Tiede came from Des Moines to spend the week-end. Mrs. T'ede and Mrs. Dimler accompanied him back to Des Moines. Pvt. Adam Goehring arrived last week on furlough i'rom Keesler Field. He came to make the acquaintance of his young son born Monday, June 14. Mrs. Arthur Dimler went to Des Moines Sunday to spend a couple of days with her daughters, Shirley and Katherine, who are employed in that city. Small David Trauger pulled a pan of hot cocoa down over himself last Thursday morning and burned his face quite badly. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trauger. Mrs. Alvina Richeson and sons, of Waterloo, came the last of ihe week to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Vehsclage. The entire group spent the week-end at the Dr. H. D. Meyer home at Holstein. Mrs. Percy Wegner and children, Renwick, are spending several days at the parental F. H. Hintz home. The Hintz sons, LeRoy and Lloyd, have both been inducted into military service the past week. A miscellaneous - shower was given in honor of Dolores Voss at the John Voss, Jr., home last week Wednesday afternoon. Miss Voss is to be a June bride and will make her home near Strawberry Point. Mrs. Voss was assisted by Mrs. Herman Wise, Sexton. Mr. and Mrs. Elby Brown made a surprise visit at the home of his grandparents, Mr. arid Mrs. U. S. Grant, over the week-end. Mr. Brown has been employed in defense work in California, but because of his health has had to come back to the midwestern states to live. Mr. and Mrs. Ewoldt Wegner arrived the last of the week from Kansas City to attend the Father's Day picnic in honor of his father, Michael Wegner. The dinner was served at the City Park and there were over fifty in attendance. Pictures were taken and the afternoon was spent socially. Tech. Sgt. Paul Schmitt, Fort Lewis, Wash., and Mrs. Schmitt, Freeport, 111., attended the Presbyterian church family dinner at the Park Sunday following the Children's day program. Sgt. Schmitt came Saturday to visit his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Henry Schmitt, at Livermore. The Good Will Club met last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Emily Guy and Mrs. Roy Guy assisting hostesses. There was a large attendance and Mrs. Carl Swanson and Mrs. Chas. Hinz were program chairmen. Various games and contests were carried out and refreshments served. Mrs. Irvin Chapman and Mrs. F I. Chapman left Monday evening by train for Detroit. They went to attend the commencement program of the Chrysler Institute of Engineering at which time Wm. Chapman will graduate from a course at the institute, which he has been taking along with his work there the past two years. He is continuing his work at the same plant, being assigned to the Aircraft Motor development division. TC " C. Max Buck Family Moves To Algona Mrs. C. Max Buck and four children have moved to Algona and will make their home here at least for the duration. The husband and father is a chaplain in the army and is now stationed at some point in Alaska. He has recently been promoted to a captaincy in the service. Mrs. Buck is the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. White, Algona. Read The Want Ads—It Pays SLACK at Chrischilles' Mrs. Ellen Marshall left last Thursday by bus for a : Visit with her brother and other relatives in Michigan. •i Pfc. Alvin Weaver of Cfirrip Crowded, Mo., visited last i«eek with his wife and. children, who are now living at Livermbre. '•''• Chris Long. Cresco Twp. farrrfer, is confined at the Kossuth hospital in Algona where he is receiving treatment for sciatic rheumatism. Henry Scheppmanrt, Jr., Is spending a 15-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. ; Henry Seheppmann, Sr. Henry is still located at the beautiful resort which the U. S. government has taken over at White Sulphur Springs, West Va. At present he has charge of the quartermasters department, having received a promotion fr6m his work as an ambulance driver. Leroy, the youngest son of the Scheppmanns, is still located some, place in the southwest. A recent letter from him stated he was well and getting along fine. Seoilf Campaign (Continued from Page One) Hospital News We began preparations for this slack season away back in November, 1942. That's why we have them today — and such lovely ones. Paddle and Saddle cotton (sanforized) slacks., slack suits, bib-style and coveralls are made from sturdy and good looking denims and novelty cottons and sell for Fine Sabana (poplin) slack suits are shown in a wide variety of styles and popular colors— sizes 12 to 20 and 9 to 15; this is one of the best suits on the market for A big showing of the always "best" LOOM- TOG separate slacks in navy, black, tan and beige. Prices on separate slacks are $396 $495 ITS ALWAYS COPI* AT CHRISGHJLJJES' Kossuth Hospital June 10—Doris Miller, LuVerne, surgical; Mary Kathryn Stebritz, Algona, medical. June 11—Diana Hammerstrom, Burt, medical; Mrs. Ronald Carey, Fenton, boy; Mrs. A. J. Hertig, Algona, medical; Mrs. Phillip Arndorfer, Algona, boy; Mrs. Francis Collins, Livermore, boy. June 12—Mrs. Wayne Keith, Algona. June 14—Mrs. Adrian Goehring, LuVerne, boy; Mrs. Geo. Boevers, Algona, medical; Ruth Riddle, Algona, surgical; Mary Jean Helmers, Algona, surgical; Betty Ann Heiderscheidt, Burt, medical. June 15—Chris Long, Algona, medical; Leonidas Dermand, Algona, surgical; Roger Jensen, Lone Rock, accident. June 16—Mrs. Clem Cunningham, Irvington, medical;, Robert Mayer, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Arvid Christ, Bode, baby. June 17—Mrs. Woodrow Pettit, Lone Rock, baby; Mrs. Albin Nelson, Lakota, baby; Irvin Mansmith, Bancroft, medical. June 18—Frank McGuire, Bancroft, medical. June 20—Edward Eigges, Burt, surgical; Mrs. Ervin McGowan, LuVerne, baby; Baby boy Nelson, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Everett Pannkuk, Burt, girl; Everett Pannkuk, Burt, accident; Mrs. Clyde Priebe, Algona, baby. June 21—Mrs. Wayne Keith, Burt, girl; Mrs. Virgil Wolf, Fenton, surgical; John Hardgrove, Algona, tonsilectomy; Mrs. Merlin Webb, Algona, baby; Sylvia Ann Van Hove, Titonka, surgical. General Hospital June 11—Darlene Hnuenstoon, Emmetsburg, surgical. 'June 12—Mrs. Gertee Richards, Garner, surgical. June 13—Mrs. Donald Reese, Algona, girl. June 14—Mrs. E. W. Adams, Algona, boy; Mrs. J. L. Miller, Fenton, surgical. June 16—Jimmy Lickteig, Wesley, surgical; Garry Huling, Britt, surgical; Lois Pearson, Wesley, surgical. June 16—Mrs. Clarence Menz, Fenton, medical; Jimmy Lickteig, Wesley, surgical; Garry Huling, Brilt, surgical; Lois Pearson, Wesley, surgical. June 18—Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt, Swea City, surgical; Barbara Peterson, Swea City, surgical. June 19—Mrs..L. Coppotelli, Algona, surgical; O. D. Bloomgarden, Kanawha, medical. June 20—Mrs. Merle Pratt, Algona, twin boys, died shortly after birth. <* June 21—Mrs. L. J. Loebig, Wesley, girl; Mrs. Ted Aukes, Buffalo Center, medical. June 22—Mrs. D. A. Smith, Algona, surgical; Frances Brun, Algona, surgical. Frank Fisher; Captain Earl Stott, Edw. Boyken, Edw. Sathoff, Kenneth Swan, Dr. R. C.. Ball, Dr. W. F. Hamstreet, George Bonaker, George Gartner and Frank Clark. ;• Swea City Breakfast, , At Swea City the workers Will have a breakfast at 1 o'clock. The workers are Major A. B. Tweeteh, Captain Arthur Collins/ Raymond Johnson, J. Aug. Peterson, Rdy Nichols,' H.. F. Bowman, C. F. Realson; Captain George K. Nelson, Robert Bell, O. W. Blomsted, A. J. ChristeHsen, Earl Hansen, W. C. Guyer; Captain Fred Infelt, Virgil Blomster, I. G. Ingebretson, A. C. Eggers, M, E. Korsrud, Roger Linde; Captain Martin Dahl, Sam Rystad, William Geyer. Myron Johnson and Raymond Johnson. Three Towns Incomplete The workers in three of the Kossuth towns '•have not been named at this time, according to reports. They are Whittemore with John Uhlenhake, major; Wesley with John Hutchison, major; Bancroft with Harold Clark, major. However, each of these towns will have groups selected and take over the job With the other towns next Tuesday. This Council Leads For the past 18 months your Prairie dold Area Council, Boy Scouts of America has led the entire middle west in activities anU growth. Many hundreds of new men and boys have come into the program. Thye are doing their part to help win the war. It is only through the cooperation of the many "Friends of; Scoutmg' 1 throughout the Kossuth district and eight other counties that the work may be carried on, Nevef have scouters had the vital oppdrtunity to contribute to America as they have today. Boys are being trained who will be leaders in the past war period.'Give them your support and your investment will return a thousand times in well trained patriotic Americans, Lotts Creek Pastor Retires at Storm Lake /•Lotts Creek—Rev. E. Fiene, who had been pastor of the'1m- manuel Lutheran church here for 23 years, left Saturday morning for Storm Lake where he will live in his retirement. The pastors and their wives of the neighboring congregation tendered Rev. Fiene With a farewell party on Wednesday evening. Those attending were Rev. and Mrs. Losche of Algona, Rev. and Mrs. L. WittenbUrg ! 6f LuVerne, Rev. and Mrs. V. Mack of West Bend, Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher of Whittemore, Rev. and Mrs. Ansorge of Emmetsburcc, Rev. and Mrs. Render of Fairville, Rev. and Mrs. R. Kabelitz of Fenton and Rev. and Mrs. L. Ricn- mann of Burt. Lunch brought by the guests was served later.in the evening. Rev. Fiene was presented with a purse from the members of the congregation. Rev. Fiene will be missed by his many friends. * ' Mrs. Anna Whitney of Spencer was a week-end guest of Mrs. Otto Newm&n, at the Orville Hedrick home. Mrs. Whitney was' a sister of the late Cora Baldwin, who many years > ago conducted a millinery shop in Algona. Classified Ads CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum charge 25c for 13 words or less. \Vhen paid with order, 2c per word; when charged, 8c per word. N» ag- ents' commission allowed. If advertising agents charge their clients 3c and send cash with order they receive Ic per word commission. For Sale FOR SALE—Shorthorn bulls. Old enough for service. Charles Froehlich, Wesley, Iowa. 24-25* FOR SALE—1 John Deere riding cultivator; 1 hay rake, 10 ft.; 1 grain binder hitch; 1 high wheel wagon. Henry W. Schneider, Rt. 2, Fenton, Iowa. 24-25'* FOR SALE—1932 Chevrolet coach. Ed Meyer, Fenton, Iowa. Phone 342. 25* FOR SALE—One John Deere hay stacker and buck. Like new. Wayne Keith, Burt. 25* FOR SALE—Roan shorthorn registered bull. R. H. Skilling, Algona. Phone 15-F4. 25* FOR SALE OP. TRADE—Matched Roan mares, 4 and 5 years. D. L. McArthur. 3Vi miles west and 4 miles north of Algona. 25* FOR SALE—Heavy Springs, wt- 3 to 4 Ibs. 28c per pound alive. Milk fattened. Wm. P. Bonnstetter. 2 miles south of Whittemore. 25* SALESMEN WANTED To_ represent large yeast feed manufacturer. Livestock experience helpful. Grand opportunity for high class man. Now is the time to get into the livestock feed ausiness. Best cooperation given. Also have opening for divisional manager. Write Puritan Laboratories, Des Moines, Iowa. 25-28 FOR SALE—1936 4-door Dodge sedan. Good motor and tires. _rant Stevens, mile east, half mile north Doan church. Phone 2191, Wesley. ' 25* FOR SALE—80-acre Kossuth Co. farm. Fine buildings. Electricity in all buildings. Good soil, lies level. $200 acre. Real home and good buy for some one. C. W. Nicoulin, Algona. 25-26 WANTED—Quiet, elderly woman as housekeeper in modern home. Write Box 142, Burt. 24-25 FOR SALE—Three pair of good women's shoes, sizes 6-AAA, 5M.-AA and 6%-AA. Phone 646-W or call at 603 E. Oak St. 25* FOR SALE—All-enamel pressure gas« stove; 4-burriers, built-in oven and broiler; large drawer for utensils. Inquire at Ice Cream Cottage, 301 West State St., Algona. 25* Hello — Mary? — This is Edna — Have You Seen Chrischilles 9 Ad. This Week ? "I was in ChrischiUes' ready-to-wear department last week and they have the biggest line of summer washable dresses I've ever seen in Algona. And the prices are so reasonable. They have cham- brays, seersuckers, broadcloths, Bembergs, rayons and lots of other attractive materials. And you know, anything you buy at Chrischilles' is always GOOD. Better drop into their store this week. The CHRISCHILLES STORE is completely air. conditioned, you know, and it's always cool and comfortable there. Some women just drop in to get cooled off. I've got something in the oven and I hear somebody at the front door. Well, I'll be seeing you. Goad-bye." FOR SALE—The Potter modern home. Six rooms and bath, at 514 So.'^Minnesota St., paved, Excellent location. $2700. See .Joel M. Herbst. 25 FOR SALE—Pony. Phone 7 or call two miles south on Hy. No. 169. G. A. Paine. 25 Lost-Found LOST—White Pony. See Joe.Mer- gen, Algona. Phone 26-F121. 25* Wanted WANT TO RENT—Hay land of all kinds. Gash or bale on shares. Ralph Hurlburt, Lone Rock. 25* Miscellaneous GET YOUR typewriter and adding machine ribbons at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 4-tf NEED MONEY to buy a farm? Let us tell you about the Aetna Life Insurance Company's new farm loan plan, low rate, 26-year repayment plan, a reserve feature, no deductions. Hutchison & Hough, Security State Bank Bldg. 24-33* FREE CULLING SERVICE—Cull old hens now. Save feed by getting rid of non-layers. Expert cullers. Call or see us for appointment. Swift & Co. 25-27, U S E D- D E P T.—Coast To Coast Store—1 pressure gas stove, like 1 new; 2 3-burner kerosene stoves; 1 good used electric washing machine; 1 sewing machine in cabinet; 2 chests of drawers; 1 baby bed, just like new; 4 porcelain top tables, $4 each; 6 dining room chairs, $1.00, $1.50 each; 3 reed porch chairs, $1 each; 2 dining room tables with extra leaves, $2.50 each; 1 vanity with 3 mirrors and bench, $5; 1 6-ft. clothes cabinet with drawer, $6; 2 good used electric radios. 25 PHONOGRAPH RECORDS —All the new releases. Needles, albums.—Kossuth Radio & Electric, Algona, Iowa. 1-tf Exchange Dept. Basement Good' Used Furniture Dining room—Living room suites Breakfast sets, Buffets, Radios and Washers. Bjustrom's Furniture 1-tl RUBBER STAMP PADS and ink, black, blue, green, 40c each at the AJgona Upper Des Moines Offjqe, 11-H FOR SALE—Book of 500 receipts and duplicates, 4 to a page, $2.50. Algona Upper Des Moines. 9tt DES|C BLOTTERS, assorted col ors—dark green, chocolate, red, pink, blue and peach for sale at the Upper Des Moines office, JFc each, 2 for 25c. 3-tt BUY YOUR pencil and typewriter carbon at the Algona Upper Des Moines, FOB PURABILITY—For Impress siveness—-Use .Better Paper, The* best papers are made from rags. Try Uew Era Bond, 20 }b. sub.T stance, for a really fine paper $2.70 for 500 sheets. The Upper Des Mpines. KEEP YOUR Service Man SWP* plie4 with stationery. Send him a box with his branch insignia embossed on each sheet- Boy contains 50 sheets and $0 envelopes 40 LB. BAG; Whiw Lost From-- GuajfiHtferd to; Be, t>fie >,6f tha best enriched, highest gfade floufa oh the .market,today. $1.80 sack; Council Oflfc S&rea, We pay top prices 3of egfs in tfade or cash, "28 SEE MB FOR Real Bargains in farms, loans, drainage surveying and estimates on' tile."-Phil Ji Kohlhaas, phbjte'ffi Algona. 1-tf HOME LOANS fO,,BUYi BE- PAIR 'OR REFINANCE. NEW LOW 'INTEREST £ATE AN» TfiRMSfeWHV PAY MORE. Algona i 'Fed^al,, Savings & .Loan, Algotia'ritfwa, Buy Bonds Here; 18tf ADDING MACHINE Rolls for sale ,at the. Algona Upper DS1 Mbines office. Regular size, 15c each, 2 for 25c. Large size, 20c each, : for 35c. 34-tl IF YOU NEED rubber stamps for any purpose, you can ordiir them at The Algona Upper Des Moines, 50c and up. . 13-tf REDUCED PRICES ON Chicks Sexed White Leghorns and Austra-, Whites Only four more hatches — June 29th . You. can't go 'wrong on Swea City Chek-R-Chiks. * * * ' Come or phone your order at once. Swea City Hatchery WANTED WOMEN 17h>5O We can place yoo In various manufacturing depart* mehts ef Otit business. :y We make the following itertJSj Highly essential Parachutes for duf Ait force.' life brassieres, and Fornifit girdles for the •fop'men of America. We need sewing machine operators, trimmers* inspectors, packers, floor girls, etc. Previous experience not necessary though helpfuL We will teach you and pay you while you learn. Starting guarantees $26.00 and up. 48 hours a week; Steady work now and'after ^he war. ', ; Pleasant working conditions. Apply Jn person 6t fill in the attached coupon and mail to us. We will then get in tdtich with ^ou. ,.;.,. Will help you find satisfactory.fiving-icComnioda- tions'in Chicago. Fill in this coupon and mail today; THE FORMFIT COMPANY Personnel Depf. • 508 So. Fronklln Street CHICAGO, ILLINOIS / Norn*'.....................................'.'...-.... Addren „.„_;„ Ci/y i_..-.-.-*-.. tnviovt K/nd ot Work Dei/red ..A B eI......... FOR QUICK RESUI/TS—USE THE WANT ADS Avoid The July 7th Ration Rush... Pou need't get caught in the confusion of last-minute ration shopping! Do your bnying for blue ration stamps K. L, and M before the July 7th expiration date. A&P Self Service stores have grand selections of canned and bottled fruits, vegetables, soups and baby foods. What's more, though point costs are established for us as for all .other stores, there arc no restrictions on the VALUES we can offer you. Shop early in the day, early In the week ... . and without hustle or bustle take your pick of our best buys for your ration points. Remember, too—Red Stamps J, K, L, M, and N expire June 30th! ' •' • •. BLUE STAMP VALUES Campbell's 7-Variety SOUPS, Asstd. lona Brand TOMATOES A&P Whole Kernel GOLDEN CORN A&P Early June FANCY PEAS Gerber's Assorted Strained or Chopped BABY FOODS Ann Page Tomato KETCHUP oz. cans 19 oz. can 20 oz. can 20 oz. can 27c He I4c I7c Tc 41/2 oz. can 14oz. 14 bot. 11C Paint Cost 4 Pts. each 16 Pts. each 14 Pts. each 16 Pts. each 1 Pt. each 10 Pts. each BLUE STAMPS K, L & M EXPIRE JULY 7th Thank You Brand 20 oz. KEIFER FEARS can Sultana Choice 16 oz. FRUIT COCKTAIL can A&P Fancy , 20 oz. APPLE SAUCE can A&P Fancy ' ' 32 oz. GRAPE JUICE bot.. Mixed Vegetable J«ice 18 oz. V-8 COCKTAIL can Great Northern • 2 Ib. DRIED BEANS bag I4c I7c lie I4c Cost Point 10 Pts. each 15 Pts. each 14 Pts. each 3 Pts. each 2 Pts. each! Is. When You Spend Red Ration Points- Get A&P Quality Swift's SilverleaJt 1 Lb. PURE LARD Pkg. Sunnybrook 1 Lb. RED SALMON Can Sultana ' oz. TUNA FISH Can Armour's Star 4 OB. VIENNA SAUSAGE Can I8c 32c IQc 5 Pts. Lb. 8 Pts. Each 4 Pts. Each 2 Pts. Each NOT RATIONED v*i KRAUT JUICE : Elmhurst's BRUSSEL SPROUTS Paramount SAUERKRAUT Ann Page SALAD DRESSING 12 oz. A_ 9C lib. 2oz. M Can C3C I3c Victory Garden Values California White POTATOES Calif. - Size 300 LEMONS Ripe TOMATOES HEAD - Size 60 LETTUCE Calif. - Size 159 ORANGES Fresh CABBAGE CERTO 8 oz.-bot Ctn. Each ISC 57c Hotthew Tissue soft and safe 5 rolls 25' I9c BALL MASON FRUIT JARS Dozen. CA- Dozen CA. pts. OSIC Qts. OSC Ball Glass Top 10* SEAL CLOSURES Doz. I SIC Morgan's 8 oz. I«_ APPLE PECTIN bot. IUC BRITE-IZE Cleans Better Cleans Quicker Won't Scratch 14 oz. can COFFEE STAMP No. 21 Expires June 302 RED CIRCLE COFFEE 4le 8 O'CLOCK COFFEE 2 1 Lb, A~l- Bags 4IC BOKAB COFFEE 1 Lb, Bags 5lc Spend No Ration Pts. for these Values Pasteurized FRESH MU^K Qt. Thin-Sliced full !>/£ Ib. SANDWICH LOAF loaf Staley's Cream A 16 oz. CORNSTARCH Iowa Enriched FLOUR Sonnyfield Enriched • CAKE FLOUR Old Country HARDTACK Pkgs. Ib. bag Pte. 14 oz. lOc lie I5c 94c 20c 42c I3c Iowa State Creamery BUTTER -8 Red Pts, Lb. Vegetable Shortening DEXO - 5 Red Pts. Lb. White House - 1 Red Pt. EVAP, , « t»U WtLH Weans 22c 26c r From Nearby Farms FRESH EGG8 Enriched Sliced full 1U lb, f i MARVEL BREAD loaf 11 C Beef 2Vi <n B-V EXTRACT Jar Chili Powder V/t ot MEXENE tin Sunnypeldi Indv. CEREALS N.B.q, premium 1 Ib, • f ^ CRACKERS box I 1C • The 8o»p that Ayrees With Vow Skin n , «||- SWEETHEABT 4 cakes *UC Steley'ji Gloss J2 ot. CUBE STARCH pky, Whit* SaU 8U Ib. SAL SODA pkf, CRYSTAL WHITE Laundry Soap

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