The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 29, 1943 · Page 4
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the 0tt Mdlitw, Algbttn; toWft, My 29, RED CROSS MAKES REPORT FOR SECOND QUARTER Shows $5,000 Balance ant Activities For the Quartei Prove Much Work Having Been Accomplished Mrs. L. E. Linnan, county Red Cross treasurer, and Mrs. H. M. Smith, production chairman, have given put a report for the quarter beginning April 1 and ending June 30 in which Kossuth citizens can take pride. Total receipts, including some $600, or thereabouts, on hand as balances f o r w a r d, approached $16,000. and the chapter has a present balance in bank of more than $5000. The financial statement submitted by the treasurer follows: RECEIPTS. War fund contributions $14,908.30 General chapter activities Refund on nutrition and first aid books Refunds on loans for home service Refunds on Red Cross insignia and Algona branch Balances forward— Junior Red Cross 171.74 79.45 100.00 16.14 War fund expense Pbstage, stationery, etc. Overseas kitbags Convalescent robes .. 45.61 28.73 246.26 21.74 Total : $10,608.64 Balances on hand— Junior Red Cross ..-$ 113.97 General chapter 5,152.12 Grand total $16,874.73 On the production side the report shows: Knit Garments. Algona branch 99 Bancroft branch ..10 Burt branch 2 Fenton branch 2 Lakota branch 53 Lone Rock branch 0 Lu Verne branch 20 Ledyard branch 0 Swea City branch 1 Titonka branch G3 Afghan squares 64 Wesley branch 16 Afghan squares 39 VVhittemore 0 Total knit garments 273 Total afghan squares 103 Sewed Garmenis. Algona 104 Bancroft 71 Einora Voigi Weds— Miss Einora Voigt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt of Whittemore, became the bride of Harold Espe, Emery, Wis., in a double ring ceremony performed June 18th at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore. The bride is employed in the recorder's offjce at the court house in Algona. Mr. Espe, who has made his home most of his life in Whittemore, was inducted into the navy May 17, and at present is attending the naval training school at Farragut, Idaho. —Cut Courtesy Des Moines Register Burt 60 'enton 179 •akota 78 ,otie Rock 123 Lu Verne 48 I Ledyard 51 150.61 S wea , Citv 83 General Chapter 448.49 Total $15,874.73 DISBURSEMENTS. War fund to headquarters $ 9,771.49 Home service help to Service men and families 230.80 Telephone and telegraph 86.93 Red Cross home nursing 11.15 Nutrition books and expense 53.53 Water safety .96 Junior fund's to headquarters 29.50 Junior Ideal projects 7.14 Production supplies 74.80 Titonka 89 Wesley 36 Whittemore 0 Total 922 Surgical Dressings. Algona ...17,000 Bancroft 0 Burt ..12,500 Fenton .0 Lakota .12,000 Lone Rock 0 Lu Verne _:__ 9.500 0 0 0 Wesley 6.100 Ledyard . Swea City Titonka . Whittemore 0 Total 57,200 Thursday Matinee - 2:00 P. M. - July 29th — Algonu Retail Merchants and Algona Theatres Presenting-* SHANGRI-LA STAMP MATINEE ATTRACTION— 3:00 P. M. LEON ERROL AND HARRIET MILLIARD with Glen Gray and His Casa Lorrui Band " "GALS, INCORPORATED Admission— -Bijy $1.00 in War Stamps or Show Shanffri-La Album at the Door Thurs., Friday and Saturday, July 29, 30 and 31 THURSDAY - NIGHT SHOW ONLY Greater than in "Take a Letter, Darling"! MARSHALL Eduardo Ciannelli Fun for the Family Saturday Sunday and Monday August 1 and 2 FROM A SODA COUNTER TO HIGH SOCIETY! Lana makes the leap. ..and Tuesday and Wednesday August 3 and 4 she's even lovelier in silks and satins! It's fun all the way! MARIA MONTH JON HALL SABU <,,T£CHNtCOWR Turhon Bey Sidney Toler Thomas Gome; Don Terry Rcbekah Lodge Installation— On Tuesday evening Lillian Sheldon, district deputy president, of Burt and her staff installed the officers of the Algona Rebekah Lodge, as follows: Mrs. J. P. Smith, Past Noble Grand; Mrs. Tom Sharp, Noble Grand; Mrs. Maurice Etherington, Vice Grand; Mrs. Henry Lund, secretary; Mrs. Louis Lynk, treasurer; Mrs. Wm. Geering, warden; Mrs. Blanche Lage, conductor; Mrs. Raymond Reid, outside guardian; Mrs. Sid Spear, inside guardian; Mrs. C. Herman, chaplain; Mrs. Walter Klamp, musician: Mrs. G. C. Barton, R.S. to N.G.; Mrs. Marc Moore, L.S. to N.G.; Mrs. Oscar Anderson, R.S. to V.G.; Mrs. Mamie Steinman, L.S. to V.G.; Mrs. Myron Ludwig, reporter; and Mrs. G. C. Barton, instructor. Those attending from Burt were Mrs. Lillian Sheldon, Mrs. Vinaas. Mrs. Louis Trunkhill, Mrs. Arlene Macaulay, Mrs. Carrie Larson and Mrs. Holmgren. The birthday of Mrs. C. Herman, Mrs. Collinson and Mrs. Raymon Reid were celebrated. A delicious lunch was served following the program. Smith Family Reunion— A family gathering was held Saturday and Sunday, July 24 and 25, at the J. F. Smith home on West Call street in honor of the Smith son, Clarence Virgil Smith, who was home on leave, and his wife. Virgil was inducted from Decorah. The Smith's have another son, Forrest Wesley, who is with the army stationed at Atlanta, Ga., but he and his sister, Mrs. Zelda Van Winsen of Wilmington, 111., were unable to attend the gathering. Those who at- fended from a distance were as follows: Mrs. E. Kranz and three children of Lake Port, 111.; Mrs. Laclena Olson and two children of Wilmington, 111. The following persons from Algona and nearby attended: Mrs. Thcda Curran and family, Mrs. Royetta Steinman and family, Mrs. Marjorie Stuevc and family, Allison Smith and family, Mrs. Lillian Schanck, Mrs. Helen Johnson, Mrs. Helen Webb and son. Virgil will be remembered here by his nickname, "Pete." He and his wife have a baby daughter, but the baby was not here for the reunion. Hul Icrman - Bcrringcr— Miss Margaret Hullerman was married Tuesday morning in St. Cecelia's church at 7:30 to Charles Berringer. The Rev. Father Mailinger performed the ceremony, with Mr. and Mrs. Collins of Perry as attendants. The bride's parents from Perry were here for the wedding. The bride wore a teal blue street dress. Josie McEvoy played the processional' and recessional on the organ. A wedding breakfast was served in the Blue Room of the Hotel Algona following the ceremony. The bridal couple then left for a two week's wedding trip. Mrs. Berringer has taught heve for many years at the Bryant school, where she is principal and will continue in that capacity. Mr. Berringer came to Algona several years ago and is a partner in the Kossuth Oil Co. The couple will be at home in the Miller apartment after August 15th. Sewing: Unit Meets— The sewing unit of Algona Townsend Club No. 1 met Monday afternoon to sew on a Red Cross quilt. After a short business session, the hostess, Mrs. A. VI. Anderson, had a program of contests and games planned for .he guests. It was announced thut the Townsend Club would sponsor a quiz contest Tuesday evening, August 3rd, at the Legion hall, with Prof. I: M. Smart us master of ceremonies. Theodore Hutchison, slate representative, will be the speaker on Iowa's Old Age Pension program. Bingo will be played the rest of the evening. The public is cordially invited to attend. Sorority Picnic— The Beta Sigma Phi Sorority is having a picnic tonight at the Call State Park with Jean Kinsey in charge, and Verabel Ulfers and Margaret Miller assisting. The group will meet at Verabel's at 7:00 o'clock. Merry Mixers to Meet— Mrs. Herbert Hedlund will entertain the Merry Mixers Clufa at her home Friday evening.. 1RVINGTON44 GIRLS DELEGATES TO SUMMER CAMP Iryington—At a recent meetirig of the Irvlhgtoh 1's 4-H giris ; club held at the home of their leader, Mrs. Rasmie Hanson, Faye Krause, Delores Brown and Shirley Weber were selected to attend the 4-H girls club camp at Clear Lake. It was voted .{o have no club tour this year. Margaret Hansen and Donna Chamberlain will represent the club as their demonstration team, and for their subject they have chosen "Taking Care of Shoes." The next regular meeting will be the club's annual Achievement Day with Donna Chamberlain as hostess, some time in August. Whittemore Vicinity News Items Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murphy of Algona were visitors at the Mrs. Mary Foley home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Lund and family, of Laurens, were Sunday visitors with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Swanson, of Des Moines, were visitors here with Leo Swanson and wife. Mrs. Herman Schumacher, of Algona, spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schumacher. Hubert Mergen was home from Mason City last week and is suffering with an attack 61' malta fever. Prof. F. J. Rochford and family of Fredericksburg, Iowa, were visiting with friends here the first of the week. Cpl. Hugo Potratz returned to Fort Bragg, N. C., last week after spending his furlough with his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith were Sunday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck at Lone Rock. Gregg Augustine left Saturday for Marshailtown, being called there because of the serious illness o£ his mother. Mrs. Adam Elbert is at this writing very poorly, suffering with a heart ailment. Her many friends hope for her recovery. Robert Gengler, seaman 1/c, has been transferred to gunner's school at St. Augustine, Fla. Robert is with the coast guards. Mrs. Russ Medin and son, Howard, are visiting this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Hollister at Savanah, 111. Pvt. Dan Foley, located in Miami, Fla., is home this week on furlough with his mother, Mrs. Mary Foley, and family. Sister Mary Denise, of Mt. Loretta, Dubuque, was a visitor with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Kollasch, here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and son, Bob, and daughter, Mary Jane, were Sunday dinner guests at the John Reding home in Irvington. When Mrs. Peter Fuchsen stumbled and fell Saturday she so cut and bruised her nose and face that medical attention was necessary. Mary Jane Reding returned to her duties in Chicago Wednesday after spending a two week's vacation at the parental Nick Reding home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer are the parents of a daughter born at McCreery hospital Saturday. This is their third child, one son and two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer and daughter, Gertrude, and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son, Gayle, were Renwick callers Sunday afternoon. Theresa Buscher, 9, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Buscher, stepped on a nail and which necessitated medical attention at the McCreery hospital this week. Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Streits, ran a pitch fork tine through his right hand Monday, necessitating surgical attention at the McCreery hospital. Mrs. Larry Capatillio, the fof- mer Mary Corrine Schmitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schmitt, spent a day visiting here with Mary Jane Reding, last week William Flagel of Artesian, S. D 1 ., arrived in Whittemore Friday evening and will spend several weeks here with his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Barber. Thomas Farrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Farrell, was transferred from St. Petersburg, Fla.. to the army pre-flight school at the University of Alabama, where he will be a cadet pilot. John Uhlenhake and sons, Jack and Roger, are attending a camp at Salem, Mo., this week and next. They left -last Wednesday and John returned yesterday, the boys returning next Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer, Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer of here; Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Faulstich of Lotts Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bierstedt, of Fenton, were Sunday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. August Gade. Sgt. and Mrs. Leroy Graham left Tuesday evening for Camp McCoy, Wis., after a visit here at the C. Alig home. Mrs. Graham' is the former Carmille Waldschmidt. Sgt. Graham is an inspector of ordnance for the army. Joe Schilz, of Vancouver, Wash., came Sunday and expects to make Whittemore his home for the present. He is a brother of Mrs. James Geelen and has been released by the army on reserve for 10 months. He was originally inducted' from Fort Dodge, his former home. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Gade drove to Rochester, Minn., Tuesday where Mrs. Gade went through the Mayo Clinic and '.o consult with specialists in regard to her health. They returned home Saturday, and Mrs. Gade will be under the local doctor's care. Tuesday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding were Mr. and Mrs. John B. Reding anc family of Irvington; Mr. and Mrs Orville Wagner and daughter of Bode; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fn- deres and son, Gary, of Ottosen; Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Reding and son, Terry Lynn, of Algona, and Mary Jane Reding of Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gade ol Emmetsburg were Sunday dinner guests at the August Gade home. They also visited with 'Mr, and Mrs. Otto Bell Sunday afternoon ami in the evening .they visited wi-.h Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer Roderick Leroy was born to Pfc. and Mrs. Bert Sherman, at Suult Ste Marie, Mich., July 14th. Mrs. Sherman was the former Viola Schumacher, daughter of Mr., and Mrs. Frank Schumacher, of Whittemore. Sister Mary Thomasine of Mt Loretto,' Dubuque,. daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Will Oliver, was a visitor, with' her parents over Sunday. Mrs. Rusa Saunders and Eleanor, of Britt; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Oliver of Villisca; Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Oliver and family, of Emmetsburg and Mrs. John Newville and daughter, of Waseca, Minn.,, were visitors at the Will Oliver- home Sunday. VWVWWWWWWVVWUV.V H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. HOUSEHOLD GOODS Complete home furnishings. Everything must be sold. Nothing reserved. Sale starts immediately upon publication of this ad and will continue until every stick of household goods is gone. Call at the Irving Seeman house, 624 So, Jones street. Second brick house south of the Swift & Co. plant. 5-Piece Mahogany upholstered living room suite. 1 Large Mohair davenport and large chair to match. 4 complete beds; 3 dressers; 1 large oak dining room table; 6 oak dining room chairs; 1 oak kitchen table; 8 kitchen chairs; 1 high iron kitchen stool; 2 library tables; 2 center tables; 1 kitchen cabinet; 1 large mirror; 1 drop head sewing machine. 1 electric Maytag washing machine; 2 electric Majestic radios; 1 electric floor lamp; 1 electric table lamp; 1 carpet sweeper; 1 bathroom scale; ironing board; 1 jfit of quilting frames; 1 set curtain stretchers; 2 oak rockers; 1 hall seat; curtains; drapes and hangers; 1 9x12 rug; 3 linoleum rugs. Lots of Carpenter tools; 1 18-in. 5-blade roller bearing lawn mower; 1 50-ft. hose and brass nozzle; a lot of paint; 2 oak 15-gallon kegs for wine; and a lot of other things too numerous to mention including a 12-gauge full choke pump gun with leather case, and 2 new fish poles, complete, never had time to use. John P. Byson ihsws Mtary t>imler is visiting .her sis ter) Betty, in Des Moines. Mrs, Nicholas' Wolf, Britt, spent Sunday at the Win. Thompsons, Jesse Willeys,. Algona, were guests of H. C. Alleh's Thursday. Mrs. Harry Von Draska went to Fort Dodge Saturday to visit relatives. Ernest Meyers Were Sunday guests at Herman Potratzes at Lotts Creek. . Bert Heggens, Clarion, spent Sunday in Lucerne. He formerly had a harness shop here. Betty Ramus has returned from Waterloo, where she has been employed the past two months. Pvt. Francis Brayton, who is taking radio training at Sioux Falls, S. D., spent the week-end at home, Mr. and Mrs. John Brink and Mrs. W. H. Godfrey and Ruby were Sunday dinner guests at Ray Feltises near Renwick. Mrs. Lawrence McDermott is recovering from'an appendectomy 3erformed a week ago Monday at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Mildred Roadinger, who has seen employed in Algona, is with ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Roadinger, in LuVerne now. •Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dimler and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dimler and Nancy visited Sunday at the Virgil Mitchell home at Renwick. Wm. Kisch, Jr., who has been working on a farm near Whittemore since the close of school is at home for a week's vacation. Mrs. Leonard Trauger and children, Marlene and Terry, arrived a week ago Monday night from Portland, Oregon, for a visit at the Guy Trauger home. Mrs. Ted Jones, Joyce and Jerry, of Waterloo, are visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goetsch. She is the former Esther Goetsch. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle and son, Charles, went to Boxholm for the day Sunday and Mrs. Emma Lehman of that place accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith and two children have '.moved to Lu- Verrfe front RenWtek attfl *ra at hbme in the V. V. foohey how»; Mr. Smith Js'eftgage-d in trucking, Mrs. A. L. .Tones and daughter fiVelynw. .flttlrned ^Saturday from a visit at. the WilfretlJones-home in MinneafrOlte. Svelytt had been there since the close, of school in May. .','•' -&£&£«•«" Full 48 frith Lengtt SHEEP- LINED Rugged seal brown moleskin! • Water repcllant, wind proof I • Three-quarter sheep lintvi! Big, soft lambskin collar! 2 patch and 2 slash pockets I , Leather lined sleeves! Knit sleeve wristlets! Sizes 38 to SO A&P BAKERS PROUDLY PRESENT MARVEL "Enriched" ROLLS They're "Enriched" and "Dated" Fresh Daily Ideal for Picnics •€ Ag 11 oz. Pkg. and Lunch Boxes . I AI of 8 As Featured in August Woman's Day Jane Parker Combination Pack DONUTS Jane Parker Danish Fruit Twist CQFFEE CAKE A Jane Parker Gold POUND CAKE Marvel Enriched Bread: SANDWICH LOAF Doz. Pkff. I4c *** *** 12 oz. Q| size wl C ffc SPEND THOSE STAMPS NOW! 2* oz. size Eaf the Basic 7 Every Diy I, en** <m4 : Y«ilow Vtgotobto. 7. Orongtt, Tomoio««. CropifrnW. t. Polafoti, VcgttobUi, Frulh 4. Milk and Milk Product*. ,5. Meat, roultry. Mtk «• tggt. t. ffrtad, ReW «4 Ctrtali. 1. BnHir and forflfltd t/orgarliw. RED STAMPS P, Q, R & S EXPIRE SATURDAY, JULY 31st BLUE STAMPS N, P & Q EXPIRE SATURDAY, AUGUST 7th Point Cost Swift's; "SilVerleaf" Brand 1 lb.. PURE LARD crtn. Iowa State Brand CREAMERY BUTTER Lb. Old Fashioned White BRICK: CHEESE tb. 100% Pure Hydrogenated* Vegetable Shortening I lb. DEXO crtn. White House .« tall EVAP. MILK U cans Hot Off tho d7r 8 pts *• IU Lb. 36c 5 Pts. Lb. JO- 5 Ptsv „ AwC Each r rt. Each Pressr August lona Standard 1943: Pack ALASKA PEAS tona Green. CUT BEANS lona PEARS 20 oz. can 19 oz. can No. 2'/i can No. 2 can lona White No. 2 CREAM STYLE CORN can WOMAN'S DAY—2c Copy A&P APPLE SAUCE 26c I2c Point, • Cost 18 Pts. Each 11 Pts. Each 15 Pts. Each Each 16 Pts. 2fc RATIONED Plllsbury's Sno-Sheen 2% lb. CAKE FLOUK Bag Superior Soda 2 lb. CRACKERS Pkg. Famous N.B.C. 1 lb. RITZT Crackers Pkg. Heinz White Quart f Q VINEGAR Bot. • OC Stroiigheart Dehydrated DOG FOOD W cans The Soap That Agrees With Your Skin O SWEETHEART W An< Trap ANTROL each Enriched Flour 24!/> lb. | f A PILLSBURV'S Bag I • I 8 Today's Best Buy! WAR STAMPS AND BONDS Stamps Are Available at All A&P Stores |llll!ll!l!lin!lllllll!llllllllllin!lllllll!llllllllllllllllll|||||!ll|||||!|||ll Illllilllllllllllllllllllllllll^ § THIS WAY TO POINT-SAVING, j | MONEY-SAVING. ENERGY-SAVING 1 Fresh 1[ 5 Food Features f 3 cans' 25C cakes ||» IUC H Ripe - Vitamins A++, Bl+, C+ + | TOMATOES § ~ Iowa - Vitamins B1+, C+ + = CABBAGE 1 Cobbler - Vitamins B1+, C+ ', 1 POTATOES g Head - Vitamins A+, B1+, C++, s LETTUCE - Size 60 1 California - Vitamins B1+, C+ + m GRAPEFRUIT - Size 80 H California - Vitamins B1+, ,'! 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COFFEE fof R1NSO ALL PURPOSE UNAl HOUSEHOLD SOAP 4!b,5oz. 67« Qentle - Soft - Safe NORTHERN TISSUE ROLL 5c

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