The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 15, 1943 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 15, 1943
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it-' REV. D. J. QUILL NEW PASTOR AT SENECA CHURCH Seneca—Rev. David J. Quill was installed as pastor of the Blakjer Lutheran church at 'Seneca Sunday afternoon. Dr. N. Astrup Larson, president iOf ;the Iowa District of the Norwegian Church of America, had charge .o the installation. Rev. M. B. Quill of Ridgewa: gave the ordination address whici he had given at the ordinatior held at Ridgeway on June 20th. Reception Held , Following the services a reception was held in the church parlors for Rev. and Mrs. D. Quill Henry Looft acted as master of ceremonies and read greetings from other pastors in the circuit who were unable to be present for the installation service. Greetings were then given by Rev. A. K. Gaard of Cylinder, Dr. Larson of Decorah, also from Rev. M. 13. Quill and Mrs. Quill, parents of Rev. D. J. Quill, from Ridgeway. Program and Greetings Mrs. Otto Ureberg and Mrs. Linus Jensen then sang "Sweeler As the Years Go By," after which greetings were expressed by J. H. Jensen, Mrs. Millen Jensen, Lad- Jhg Algdnft tfrpe* DCS Molncs, Algona, Iowa, ies Aid president, A. E. Nelson Sunday School superintendent an Robert Halversoh, Luther Leagu president. Mrs. Quill was present ed a bo«quet of roses by the Lad ies Aid and a purse was presente to them by the local congregatloi Rev. and Mrs. Quill very grac iously responded to the bes wishes and the gifts of their man friends. From A Distance Guests from a distance attend ing the services were in addition to Dr. Larson of Decorah, Rev and Mrs. M. B. Quill, Ridgeway Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Funnemark Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Mrs. Forest Qhristensen, all o Wesley; Mr. and Mrs. Bleich .o Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ellingson and daughter and Ole Ellingson of Ottosen; Mrs. Myrtle Hedh and children of Whittemore; Rev A. K. Gaard of Cylinder, and many friends from Fenton and vicinity ^C—— • Wesleyan's Brother A German Prisoner Mrs. Urban Lichteig reports thai official word was received Sunday that her brother, John VIeuhe, was a German prisoner. Tht: word came just five months ind one day after they received he official notice that he was missing in action. He has been in service 27 months. John is the son of J. B. Metihe of Irving ton, former Wesley farmer. CAESARIAN BABY TO CARLSONS AT SWEA CITY fRIDAT Swea City—Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Carlson of East Chain are the parents of an 8% pound daughter, born Jafly 10 at a Fairmont hospital. Mrs. Carlson is the former Irene Smith, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith. The baby was delivered by Caesar- an operation, and the mother was n a serious condition for the next 48 hours. At Uiis-writing (Monday noon) she was -reported as being slighlty improved. The new baby s the couple's second child, a son n 1941 having been born dead. Stipt. and Mrs. A. H. Schul-.-r ind the Martin Dahls are in northern Minnesota fishing. the Virgil Blomsters and Bravenders returned last Saturday from a Minnesota fishing trip. Pvt. ttariry Kaluzne, of damp Haan, Calif., arrived Saturday to spend a furlough with his mother, Mrs. Steve Kaluzne. Mrs. Hannah Anderson returned last week from a three week's visit with the Joe Andersons at Radcliffe and the Clifford Andersons ,at Williams. Mrs. L. E. Polton, who went to What Cheer a week ago Sunday to attend the fimeral of a sister, went from there to Chicago to spend a .few days. Mrs. Henry Crossley of Ames, ler daughter, Gladys of St. Paul, ind daughter-in-law, Mrs. Gler Crossley of Burt, visited Mrs. Jen- lie McCrary and other relatives iere Sunday. The Henry Crossleys ormerly farmed north of town "fladys is a registered nurse in u hildren's hospital in St. Paul. ' ' '> ,!\. l!> ' l"/ 1 " ,'h , I ' News Items of Wesley Vicinity TWO HANIG SOLDIERS AND WIVES VISIT HOME FOLKS Pvt. Vincent Hanig and wife •om a camp at Sscondido, Calif, rrived over the week-end to send a furlough at his parental eorge Hanig home. Pvt. Joseph Hanig and his wife left Monday for Roscranz Field, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 16 AND 17 "ONE HOT DISH" ! Elaborate meals are out of place and not too welcome when days are hot and humid ... the Une Hot Dish" your family prefers is found among the wide variety at Council Oak . , | stock up today on "Ready to Eat" and "Easy epare ," Foods and be reaj y f or a Kitchen when the heat becomes too oppressive. SWANKYSWIG For dainty rammer (winds ii nd mtmlwiohes. Olive I'imento, 1*1 m onto Cream and JCelisb Crrntn. KRAFT <CJ^ 5 CHEESE SPREADS Glass. 160 Tenderized PRUNES Medium I C«i Pound Carton I Dp Not Rationed *^rr— Nancy Ann | Ma Brown 'Enriched* 24-Oz. Loaf Wh. Wheat BREAD 24-Oz. Loaf 15c NOT RATIONED THIS WEEK brings our first shipment of California De-fuzzed Elberta Peaches for a delicious combination of Peaches, Bananas and Cream. • GUARANTEED WATERMELONS^ •„-, •?„;» "--" waste jnflon rlndB. Mnke them Jnto pickles for nextwinter.' on Orange*, Onions nnd Orapo- fruit IB your assurance o( care- SUNKIST BRAND tally selected Quality Fruit. FOR SAUCE AND TIES TRANSPARENT APPLES, Pound 100 LAIIGE. CRISP AND FIRM " ICEBERG LETTUCE, Each 100 COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS FANCY HAMS Skinned, Smoked and Tendered Whole or Half PEE Qyl „ POUND MC PURE LARD, 2 Pounds 33c POTATO SALAD, Pound .... I5c PORK LOIN Roasts & Chops, Lb. 28c PICKLED PIGS FEET " oz Jar 27c WIENERS, Pound .3k Pickle & Pimento Loaf, Lb. . .33c SUMMER SAUSAGE, Pound . .38c DRY SALT PORK 200 Per Pound SLICED BACON 390 Per Pound FRESH, GREEN and WHITE LIMA BEANS, No, 2 Can I2c SUPERB CREAM STYLE WHITE CORN, No. 2 Can !3c FLAT POD GREEN BEANS, No. 2 Can I4c HALLMARK Pre-Cooked BEANS Delicious Baked Beans in Only 45 Minutes PER PACKAGE 110 3 Points NO SUGAR NEEDED To Make Zephyr Nectar To a tall glass of Zephyr Nectar in any of the 7 popular flavors you add one pellet of Saccharine. Swect-en-it Saccharine bears the seal of Good Housekeeping 1 . SALE SPECIAL—2 BOTTLES 130 SWEET-EN-IT SACCHARINE ^i^ I5c IIUEAKPAST Of CHAMl'IONS , , 4 A WHEATIES, Package ...... 100 KULi.UGG's 44h SHREDDED WHEAT, Package 100 KELI.OGG'S KELLOGG'S ^ 4h CORNFLAKES, I8<oz. Pkg... 120 HELLOliCi'H di4h RICE KRISPIES, Package .. 120 Salad Bowl SALAD DRESSING Pint Jar . Durkee't DRESSING. ' and MEAT SAUCE 10 310 IWAIIFIES •> POPPED RICE, Bag 50 GENUINE A EGC NOODLES, 8-oz, Bag ... 90 MILLER'S 4 Jk WHEAT FLAKES, Package.. 100 CEBEAIt AND IN8T. OATMEAL f^mm . CLAPP'S FOOD, 2 Pkgs 270 Little Majorf SOY FLOUR 160 Pound '-, Package , Gedney DILL PICKLES 990 Gallon Jar .. TAG-CUT "Fine Blend" COFFEE More caps of delicious good coffee for your Pound Jar ration points in this rich, mellow Mend of OAji quality coffees. OUw COUNCIL OAK COFFEE """ Sold only In the whole berry and ground coarse, Pound Bag medium or fine as' you direct. Exchange the OAx empty bags for 22 carat Gold Pattern Dishes. VlfW COFFEE following a 12 r day furlough spent here with his parents, the George Hanlgs. AMBROSE YOUNOWIRTH, IN AFRICA, WRITES HOME FOLKS Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth received a letter from their son, Ambrose, who is with the 34th Division of the Infantry in northern Africa. The letter was written June 25th and was received here July 12th. While in Africa several months ago Ambrose wrote that he had seen John Meuhe and ~lara Wolf. Ambrose has been in the service 27 months. A/C ALVIN LOEBIG NOW ' STATIONED AT AMES A/C Alvin Loebig spent from Saturday night till Sunday night here at his parental Ed Loebig home. He was on a 48-hour leave from the naval air school at Amns and came to see his father, Ed Loebig, who is confined to his home and to his bed part time with a leg ailment. Alvin had been at Mt. Vernon, but was transferred to Ames a few weeks ago. ED FUNNEMARK REPORTS TO OTTUMWA CAMP Ed Funnemark reported to Ot tumwa the first of the week, wher he will be employed in the Epi demrology Dept. of Contagion Diseases. He is a graduate of St Olaf's College and has taught a Mitchell and Denver. He has been attending school at St. Louis the past three weeks. Ed will have charge of districts 7 and 10, which will comprise 19 counties. Mrs. R. C. Bauer, Ruth Mary and John, were Mason City shoppers Monday. The Tony Hildman family were Sunday guests at the Jule Seilcr home near Sexton. Florence Olson of Mason Cily spent the week-end here at her parental E. M. Olson home. Franklin Fox, of Camp Crowder, Mo., lately spent a furlough at his parental Frank Fox home. Mr. and Mrs. 1 .Delbert Ben ton and two children are spending a vacation in a cottage at Spirit Lake. The Busy Bees Sewing club held their regular meeting with. Miss Marjorie Bleich on Thursday of last week. Homer Lawson is vacationing in a cottage at Clear Lake. We will be looking for a fish fry when he returns? Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hopkins visited Mrs. Frank Schilts at Algona Saturday. Mrs. Schilts has been critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Waldschmidt and family of Fort Dodge spent the week-end at her parental John Lickteig home. Lavon Gerdes and a friend returned Sunday night to Two Harbors, Minn. They had spent the week-end at the Ihno Gerdes home. Robert Bolenus recently received an honorable discharge from the army. He will assist his father, Lou Bolenus with the farm work. Paul Engen recently purchased the lot just east of the Pierson place, where the Sam Alne family lives. Paul has a very fine ;arden there this year. Rev. O. M. Johnson and family of Britt returned home last week from a month's visit in Wisconsin. Regular services will now be held in the local Congregational church. St. Joseph's Parish is planning a parish bazaar and chicken supper to be held Sunday, August 15. A committee meeting was held Wednesday evening in the parish lall. Mr. and Mrs. Urban Lickteig and family were Sunday guests at her parental J. B. Meuhe home near Irvington. Little Jimmy Lick- eig remained for a visit with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kollasch and 'amily were Sunday guests at his jarental Chas. Kollasch home at Vhittemore. Mary Joyce stayed or a three week's visit with her grandparents. Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson wrchased the Mrs. Ruth Kunz lome, where they have lived for everal years and where the doc- pr has had his office. Mrs. Kunz ives in Madison, Wis. Miss Lillian Melvold left Monay morning for Cottonwood, Minn., to visit her father. She had spent several weeks here with her sister, Mrs. Frank Kouba, Jr. She teaches at Everett, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Al Wagner recently received word from their son, Dwight, that he is in Australia, where he has met Bob Moore, Jr. and Videll Bonnstetter of Corwith. Dwight is in the navy and his folks hear regularly from him. Ellen Root entertained a group of little friends at her home on Wednesday afternoon last week in honor of her 5th birthday. Following an afternoon of games, Mrs. Lael Root served a delicious lunch. Ellen received many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth and family attended a pre-nuptial shower Sunday at the Whittemore Academy hall honoring their niece, Helen Youngwirth. The young lady was married Wednesday, June 14, to Sgt. Arthur Plathe of St. Joe, who is from a camp in Indiana. Algona Creamery Patrons! We Must Have 20,000 Ibs. More WHOLE MILK Per Day The government has asked the patrons of the Algona Co-Operative €r*amcrr~€o. to produce 20,000 pounds more milk per day than they have been producing. This milk and its products are needed—more vitally now than in the past. Your creamery was allowed to purchase a truck to help you—but w^ had to assure the government agency that YOU would come through. We know you can. We were sure you would. Don't let us down. Ask us how you can help in this increased production. JJ^«^W^*M:K | S£E S-SWA^ SB MUST 'StftfA i them! Our Boys Do Their Part-Let Us Do Ours! Price Paid from June 1 to June 30 Wllft . ... , .. t ***p» Subsidy Total Whole milk butter/at 4o« «» Skim milk, per 100 ibs. """ * p Whole milk butteyfat, 8.6 teet Sweet cream butterfat _____ 4& e «. First grade cream butterfoC |8c 6c All F, 0, B. Algona 65c Algona Co-Operative Creamery Company

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