The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 29, 1943 · Page 2
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T The Algona Upper tea Mftines, Algona, tow«, Inly 29,1143 FARMERS SADDLE CLUB HOLDS MEET IN GRANT SUNDAY Grant — The Farmers Saddle Club met in Harley Work's pasture Sunday. About forty ponies and their riders were represented. A large crowd of spectators enjoyed the exhibition of pony games and flag drills. Dracy of Swea City and Lynch of Lone Hock, attempted to ride the "bucking bronco" owned by Glen Mino. Lynch made the successful attempt. A collection was taken up and divided between the boys. The next meeting will be held near Swea City on August 8th. Marjory Holm visited Friday at the Swen Tjensvold home, near Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Myhr and sons of Crystal Lake visited Wednesday at the Otto Kelly home. Pvt. Leslie Mino of Camp Butner, N. C., arrived home Thursday on a 14-day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Mabel Mino. Mrs. Ely Anderson received word Friday morning of the death of her father, John M. Johnson, at Crosby, Minn. Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Merlin Anderson, Hurt, left Saturday morning to attend the funeral. Mr. Johnson, father of Chris Johnson, who recently died in Elmore, was 92 years old and had been in failing health. FEtfTONITESAT OKOBOJI BIBLE MEET SUNDAY Fenton—At the annual Okoboji Bible Conference, In session at the Methodist Camp Grounds at Okoboji, Bishop J. Ralph Magee of the Des Moines area was the main speaker oh Sunday. Fenton folks in attendance at the Sunday service included Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Preul, daughters Mrs. Emil Sulek and Ruth; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlei; Mr. arid Mrs. Peter Hayenga; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weisbrod and Maynard; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Weisbrod and Ivan; Mr. WUoie^aU Way TENDER WHITE BLEACHED Large Bunch.. CELERY - SOLID CRISP HEAD LETTUCE Sc 10c FRESH CRISP NEW CABBAGE 3£L_2 Lbs 9c : RED RIPE LUSCIOUS"" FRESH TOMATOES _ _„ LB 15c FULL OF JUICE CALIFORNIA" ORANGES Eg 2 ^75c Now's The Time To Can! PEACHES and APRICOTS We are featuring the best in Quality—Juicy— Luscious—Plump Fruit "Extra Good" for Canning or Serving Fresh. CORN OR GLOSS STARCH 1 lb. C- Pkg. 3C MADE BY BURCH SODA CRACKERS 2 Pkg. 25c SALAD BOWL Salad Dressing 8 oz. Pint lOc 19c For Salad or Dessert MINUTE GELATIN Pk g.13 1 /2C jpENUINE BALL MASON FRUIT JARS Pints Quarts >/ 2 Gal. 59c 69c 98c COMPLETE WITH CAPS AND RINGS Salad Bowl Sandwich Spread 12C JAR . RINGS 4p oz _ I5C JELLY '/j Pint Squat 12 in Carton GLASSES K Pint Tal1 Each MED. OR BROAD NOODLES 8oz. Pkg. MATCHES 6 Box A-f Carton A 1C CELLO FIBRE FLY SWATTERS 3 For 25c FLY RIBBONS 4 Rolls OC Heavy Duty Denim OVERALLS Pair MOORE'S 44 oz. Can Grapefruit Juice roiL 29c Grapefruit Juice DEL MONTE No. 2 Can Pineapple Juice Po l nt8 I9c DEL MONTE 47 oz. Can TOMATO JUICE ,.,,,^ 23c NO. 10 PRUNES pJH u 39c NO 10 PEARS rA._79c STOKELY No. 2 Can WAXED BEANS DEL MONTE 16 oz. Can GOLDEN CORN QUICK MEAL No. 2 Can WHITE CORN pl 6ts IQc KELLOGGS Finest Quality Macaroni or Spaghetti 1 lb - IfU IUC RINSO LARGE lOc 23c I5e P&I_ l2!/zc Swan Soap REG. LARGE Shredded Wheat lOc MILLERS CRISPY Bran Flakes 2 i>^. 15c 6c IQc _taHiBL GOLD DUST CLEANSER 3 Cans I DC FRIDAY and SATURDAY JULY 30th & 31st WE SAVE YOU MONE Yi POULTRY CO Keep Quality In Yovnr Eggs! Frequent Gathering Retains Quality, Reduces Number of Dirty Eggs and Helps Cut Down Breakage. Sell to the Buyer Who Has Facilities for Keeping Eggs Cool and Moves Them Quickly. Market Your Produce Through Your Nearest Selby Poultry Co 1 . and Mrs. J. A. G. Smith} Mr. afl Mrs. Oliver Stoeber and Billy afe •rs. Mary ftmfith. fh£ Preuls :rs. Srtiith and Mrs. Lester WelS 'od remained there, the latfe two to remain part of the week. INSURANCE GROUP HOLDS ANNUAL MEET SUNDAY The A. A. L. Insurance Group held their annual picnic, whicl was "their regular July meeting at the Fenton Park on Sunday $5.00 was voted toward the Army- Navy collection. Guests were the Rev. and Mrs. R. W. Kabelitz Norbert, Salome and Lois, Mrs Harold Wrede and daughter; Lorraine Jentz, Darlene Bell, of Whittemore; Ronald Willrett of Chicago, and Loretta Goetsch of Watertown, Wis. Hazel Jones of Des Moines came Sunday for a week's visit with Shirley Mae Haase. John Light underwent a major operation Monday at the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Schemmel of Swea City visited Sunday at the E. C. Weisbrod home. Cpl. Arthur Ruhnke of Camp Walters, Texas, was a dinner guest Monday at the H. H. Dreyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Whitmore and Kay of Rolfe were Sunday dinner guests at the Geo. Mienke home. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Newel of Hartley visited Sunday at the Chas. Newel and G. B. Johnson homes. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thompson of Cylinder visited at the Lloyd Berkland home Sunday evening. Orlan Berkland of Wahoo, Nebraska, is visiting at the Lloyd Berkland home. He will be here a month. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haack anc Delores were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at Mrs. John Seegebarths. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Stoeber and Lyle Basset, shipfitter 3/c, spent Sunday in Algona at the Lewis Reed home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Harms of West Bend and Mr. and Mrs. Emj] Kraft and Ruth of Lone Rock were Sunday evening visitors at the H. H. Dreyer home. Mr. and 'Mrs. A. H. Meyers, Betty Ann and Joan, were dinner guests Sunday at the L. J. Weisbrod home. The dinner was honoring Mrs. Meyers birthday. Lyle Bassett, shipfitter 3/c, rived home Saturday morning on an 11-day leave. Lyle has been in the service about a year and has seen action in the Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber and Janice helped celebrate Ihe 25th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Stoeber's brother and wife, tire Arthur E. Andersons, of Swea City, at their home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ludeke and daughter, Mrs. Daniel Collins and son, Daniel, of Clear Lake, spent Sunday at, the Elmer Weisbrod home. The Wilfred Elberts of Whittemore also visited there. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Yessler of Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Ida Kohl came Friday for a visit at the Joe Madden home. The Yesslers returned to their home Tuesday and Mrs. Kohl remained for an indefinite visit. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bierstedt and Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt, Lyle Haack and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Beck and children visited Sunday evening at the Henry Wichtendahl home at West Bend. Mesdames Earl Dean, George Jorgenson and Rex Wolfe met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Hans Baago to complete plans for their Molly Pitcher Day. Mrs. Hans Baago is chairman of the committee. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Yessler of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Ida Kohl, the Joe Madden family, the Gerald Maddens of Armstrong and the Loren Maddens of Haifa were entertained Sunday at the George Maddens, Haifa. Art Hengel and Mrs. Frank Schattschneider, Eugene and Darlene, of Ankeny, came Friday and visited until Sunday at Mrs. Jake Hengels and Allan Bellingers. Mrs. Hengel accompanied them back to Ankeny for a visit. Mrs. Fred Fessler spent Thursday at the Marvin Moffit home in Estherville. The Moffits have a two-weeks-old son, Keith Fred. She is a daughter of the Fesslers. Beverly Pierce went up on Monday morning for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. John Zwiefel of Ames visited here Saturday at the Fred Kluss and Jacob Zwiefel homes. From here they went on to Sibley to visit their daughter, Mrs. Ed Winkel. John is a brother of Mrs. Kluss and Jacob Zwiefel. Cpl. Arthur Ruhnke of Camp Walters, Texas, arrived home Sunday on a 14-day furlough with home folks. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Ruhnke, farmers living north on Hy. 44. This is his first furlough since his induction in November. Mr. and Mrs, Oliver Stoeber and sons, Billy and Stephen, left Monday afternoon for Armstrong 'or a visit at the Joe Verbrugge home. Mrs. Stoeber and Stephen will visit relatives there, and Mr. Stoeber and Billy will assist with :he farm work. They returned home Wednesday evening. Prince Rominger of Des Moines, who is in Sheldon on business, visited Sunday at the Allan Bol- Urtger jftSd Mrs, Jake Hepgol homes. Re was a dinner guest at the Bellinger home. Other dinner guests included Mrs. Jake Hengel and Art Hengel and Mrs. Frank Schattschneider and children of Ankeny. M?. and Mrs. Dean Nellis and JtOsemary, of Waterloo, left Saturday after a week's visit with Mrs. Nellis' parents, the C. F. Kerns. On Sunday, previous to their going, the Nellis', the Melvin Kerns of Algona, the W. P. Weisbrods of Burt and the Derwood Kerns were all entertained at the C. F. Kern home. Mrs. R. O. Berke of Fort Worth, Texas, who has been here and at Rochester for six weeks, left Tuesday for her home. She was accompanied as far as Des Moines by Mrs. Donald Weisbrod and two daughters, who will visit Mrs. Weisbrod's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stansberry at Moulton, and a sister, Mrs. Joe Caslwnark, and family at Albia, also a brothers family at CenterviUe. New Subscription Rates Effective September 1,1943 The Algona newspapers have for some years carried the lowest subscription price of any papers of their size in this part of the country. Many of the smaller town newspapers which -use ready-print are at the present time charging more than the Algona papers. For some years now we have given our readers a semi-weekly service with a Tuesday and Thursday paper at a reduced combination rate. Now operating costs have increased to a considerable degree and advertising revenue has decreased due to war conditions. This situation makes an adjustment in the subscription price necessary. 1 • ,.• '•' •. *** Beginning September I, 1943, the subscription rates of the Algona Upper Des Moines and the Kossuth County Advance will be as listed below. You have a little over a month pay up in advance at the old rate. One Year in Kossuth County Either Algona Paper . . . . $2.50 Both Algona Papers .... 4.00 i 6 Months in Kossuth County Either Algona Paper . . . . 1.75 Both Algona Papers . . . .2.75 No Subscriptions Less Than Six Months Outside Kossuth County One Year, Either Paper . . . 3.00 One Year, Both Papers . . . 5.00 Six Months, Either Paper . . 2.00 Six Months, Both Papers . . . 3.00 No Subscriptions Less Than Six Months •* Special Rates to Service Men—Same as Co. Rate CHECK YOUR EXPIRATION DATE! Algona Upper Des Moines Kossuth County Advance

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