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The Algotta Upper DCS Moincs, Algona, Iowa, July 29, 1943 ART ANDERSONS OF SWEA MARRIED 25 YEARS SUNDAY Sw;ea*Eagle—Mr. and Mrs. Art & Anderson held an open house Sunday afternoon. The Andersons were married at Lakota twenty- flve years ago. Mrs. Anderson's maiden name was Berthn Ellman. They farmed at Lakota until nine year's ago, when they purchased the farm where they now live. A one-course luncheon was served to a large number of relatives and friends. They received many useful gifts. A silver coffee service was presented them by their children, Pvt. Albert Anderson of Jefferson Barracks, Mo.; Betty "Anderson, R.N., Rochester, Minn.; Edward and Robert at home. Albert and Betty were unable to be present. Out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. plifford Anderson of Williams; Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Stoeber of Fenton; J. Ellmon and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Ellmon, Lnkota; Mf. and Mrs. K. Ellmon, Buffalo Center; besides several former friends and neighbors at Lakota. Ruth Anderson is employed p.s assistant to Myron Johnson at the local rationing office. Ruby Berk of Kansas City, Mo.. is Spending a short vacation at the parental Andrew Berg home. Pfc. Clarence Goraczkowski of Camp White, Oregon, is Spending n furlough at the home of his parents here. Miss Kathryn Whitlow of Armstrong returned home Sunday after a ten day stay at the Cecil Thoreson home. Mrs. Howard Hosier and her four children of Superior, Wis., visited last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Roy Klugor. The Swea Sunny Side 4-H Girls club met a week ago Tuesday at the home of Shirley Lee Treat. A large number was present. Mr, and Mrs. Walter C. Peterson had the following families at Sunday dinner: Emil Larsons, John Jongbcrgs, Francis Torines and Mr. and Mrs. Lars Erickson. Recent visitors here on furlough were Eric Erickson's sons, Sgt. Everett Erickson of the east coast and Allen Erickson, navy training at Detroit, Mich. Sgt. Everett .Johanson and his wife and baby daughter of Foi-t Riley, Kansas, arrived here last week. He was released from army duties for essential farm work hore. He is a son of Mr. and Mis. Ole Johanson. Duane Erickson, satisfactorily recovered from an appendix operation at Coleman hospital, Estherville, returned home the first of last week. His father, Forest E. Erickson, and a brother Howard, have had appendix operations since the first of the year. NEIGHBORS AND FRIENDS HARVEST WESLEYAN'S OATS Wesley—A very nice neighborly act was perpetrated Wednesday at the Ollie Olson farm, four miles northeast of town, when a large group of neighbors and friends came in the middle of the day to cut and shock the sixty acres of oats on the place. Mr. Olson at the time was confined to the Park hospital in Mason City with a skin infection caused by an amputated thumb suffered in a corn shelling accident at nearby neighbor's eleven weeks before. Complete Work in Half Day Six binders and tractors furnished by Milton Bebo, Henry Weiland, Onnen Bros., Otis Bros., Clayton Steenhard and Forrest Eckles, felled the grain'and neighbors and friends from the Wesley and Hutchins neighborhood gathered early in the afternoon to do the shocking and at four o'clock, all was done. Many from Britt, Hutchins and Wesley were expecting to go out after business closing hours to help shock, but their assistance was not needed. Women Serve Meals Neighborhood women including Mrs. Penn Eckels and daughter, Inez, Mrs. Henry Weiland, Mrs. ^i'^ '%^fe UHC1L YOUR FRIEND STORES AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 30 AND 31 ^af More Bread:- .For ft Properly Balanced Diet. "Enriched" Supplies the essential prcisias and protective minerals to sup^. plement the health giving properties of the Fresh Vegetables from the Victory Garden. Large 24 Oz. (l£ Pound) Loaf Me MABROWNVvVnViBREAD Ounce Lout PEANUT (BUTTER Dietitians recommend Peanut Butter as a "protective Food" when all America is limited as to high protein foods such as Meat, Butter, Cheese and Milk. SUPERB AA-i Peanut Krush«', .300 SKIPl'T AA-i Peanut Butter £. 030 SUPEUB J(AJ Peanut Butter 204Z ...400 FIRST PRIZE MEALY BEANS, 2 Pounds ...... I7c WHOLE GRAIN cSE, WHITE RICE, 2 Pounds 20c COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS Pork Loin ROASTS and CHOPS Found.. Z70 PORK- NECK BONES 00 Pound Pound PORK SPARERIBS 190 SLICED PORK LIVER, Pound 19c SLICED BEEF LIVER, Pound 29c Pressed Ham Per Lb. 39 Pickled Pigs Feet, 14-oz. Jar .27c LONG LIVER SAUSAGE, Lb. .28c HEAD CHEESE, Pound 30c Macaroni & Cheese Loaf, Lb. . 32c Pickle & Pimento Loaf, Lb. .. 32c POLISH SAUSAGE, Pound . .39c SLICED BACON Per Found 390 GEDNEY'S HAMBURGER SPREAD Sou will be delighted with this new condiment. It turns a Hamburger into a rare treat. Per Jar 100 CHICKEN SHACK DINNER Made from Egg Noodles, and other wholesome Ingredients. A satisfying meal in 10 minutes. Package serves 4. Per Package — 100 NOT RATIONED^ Calling All Home Gannett! e Short Crop of Canntaff'Frnits and Uncertain deliveries suggest you keep In close touch with Council Oak so you will be posted as to when various canning fruits will arrive. MOOBFABK I " '' ELBERTA APRICOTS PEACHES See Council Oak this week-end for your requirements of Fancy Apricots and California Elberta Peach.es. HOME GROWN TOMATOES, Pound 15c GOLDEN HEART CELERY, Stalk I9c SUNKIST LEMONS, 6 Jumbo Size ....... 27c SUPERB EVAPORATED MILK, Tall Can 9c GEDNEY'S DILL PICKLES, Gallon Jar .... .99c Double-Mix BUTTER STRETCHER Package 6c SUNSWEET TENDERIZED PRUNES Not rationed and less expensive (ban Canned Fruit for sauce. 11 servings in a pound of Prunes, Ned,Size, Pound.,.150 Little Major SOY FLOUR Pound, Pkg. 16c PWARFIES POPPEP RICE, Bag MILLER'S BRAN FLAKES KELLOCC'S PIP 9c KELLOCG'S KRUMBLES, Pkg. FRIIFIOM CAUSTIC «ml «*wNr»fc wfcftwxM! UlTtA'QINUH FASTI* ACTINOJ Va Gallon 25e BISCUILpkg.lOc QUPP f S v BABY FOODS C«*e»l MMl Iw»t*nt OatmeaJ 2 l^ekigM ... 270 TAC-CUT "Fine Blend" COFFEE COUNCIL OAK COFFEE onjly to «M> w*H>le beR?«aS fr«un* Wftwe, fop* R*f, fohn Smith, Mrs. Milton Bebo, Wrs. David Lloyd and Mrs. E. J. Titus, assisted Mrs. Olson in the preparation of the dinner at noon and the lunch after four o'clock. The Olson farm 320 acres of and and the only help Mr. and Mrs. Olson have had this spring and summer has been their son. Owen, 17 years old, and thirteen year old boy from Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne visited Sunday at the home of her mother. Mrs. Anna Severseike, at Story City. Mr. and Mrs. John Hutchinson arrived home Friday from a two weeks' vacation, spent with rela- ,ives at Eldora. Mr. and Mrs. Art Corey of Des Woines spent several days in the lome of her brother, Julius Kunz, .he latter part of the week. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs is enjoying a visit from their son's family, Mrs. George Riggs, and two children of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Al Wagner left Wednesday for Cherokee, where Mr. Wagner will be employed as a pharmacist in a drug store. Frank Bleich, second man at the Farmers Elevator, is enjoying a two weeks' vacation from VMS duties there this and next week. Miss Geraldine Seefeld, who' attends business college at Mason City, spent the week-end here with her parents, the Fred Seefeldts. Mrs. J. L. Studer is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Julius Kelch, and family at Estherville from Sunday until Wednesday of this week. Gerald Studer, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer, observed his 18th birthday Sunday. Marjory Gouge observed her 14th birthday .the same day. Julius Kunz, Jr., who has been in the Civil Air Patrol and recently stationed in Des Moines, arrived home Friday evening on n [urlough with home folks. Rev. and Mrs. J. A. Riggs drove to Estherville Thursday, where he assisted at the funeral services for a Mr. Trevitt, a former friend while the Riggs' lived at Estherville. Don Sherman, who is stationed at Camp McCoy, near LaCross, Wis., spent a three day leave here with his parents, the Henry Shermans, leaving again Sunday for camp. Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Raney and two children and Dr. and Mrs. Magnus Lichter of Burt are at Clear Lake for two weeks, enjoying a vacation. Both are veterinarians. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O'Brien are the parents of a daughter born to them Thursday morning, July 22, at their home southwest of town. This is the third daughter for the O'Briens. Mrs. J. M. Kunz entertained her bridge club Thursday and Mrs. Gerhart Olson and Mrs. Clarence Ward-were guests. Mrs. Francis J. Hauptmann and Mrs. L. T. Root won high and low prizes respectively. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Hopkins attended the funeral of their friend, Mrs. Frank Shilts, at Algona Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Shilts had been very sick for several months before her death early Sunday morning. ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps and Miss Vera Forburger and Pvt. Albert Grandgenett of St. Benedict visited with Miss Ruth Forburger at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, from Sunday night until Monday. The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held next Monday night, August 2, in their rooms and plans will be completed for the Molly Pitcher Bond and Stamp Day, which will be observed in Wesley on August 7th. The Ollie Olsons have heard from their son, Sgt. Warren Olson who has been in the army since February, 1941, when he enlisted, that he is being transferred to Greensboro, N. C., where he is entering cadet work in the army air fore*. Mrs. Ihno A. Gerdes and Mrs. Wm. Fritz and baby left Sunday night for Corydon, Iowa, to attend the funeral Monday afternoon of John Gerdes, 66, brother of Mr. Gerdes, who passed away Friday night following a year's illness. Pvt. Jerry Aldrich arrived Saturday night for a 11-day furlough with home folks. Jerry is stationed in the air corps at Tampa, Fla. f and recently returned home from a three month's trip to Alaska, the Aleutians, and into Russia. He is an airplane mechanic. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Robinson, of CorwitM, were Sunday visitors ut the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdmann. Donnell Erdmann's husband is Jack Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Robinson, and he is in an army camp, while Donnell is employed at Charlotte, Mich. L. L. Lease, Eighth District Commander of the American Legion, attended a post meeting at Webster City Tuesday night of this week and installed their new officers for the coming year. He is planning to attend the state convention jii Des Moines August 8, 9 and 10. Miss Vera Forburger returned to Mason City the middle of this week to again take up her work as a nurse at the Mercy hospital, following seven weeks at home assisting with household duties during the critical illness of her mother, who at this time is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kunz, Julius Jr. and Mary Adine, left Saturday for Clear Lake to spend a few days at the Lake Shore Hotel on an outing. While there Mary Adine has three house guests, a girl friend from Mason City, one from Minneapolis and one from Crookston, Minn. Miss Loretta Kirschbaum of Mason City accompanied Lois Hildman and Verla Johnson to Wesley for an over-the-week-end visit with former friends here. All three girls have finished from the Wesley high school, going on to Hamilton's University of Commerce at Mason City, and are now employed in Mason City. Miss Nancy Daughan entertained her Busy Bee group of girls Thursday afternoon with their leader, Mrs. L. H. Kleinpeter, present. The girls have learned many sewing stitches, knitting and crocheting this summer from their leader. Miss Shirjey Kouba will entertain the group this week, and the following week they will meet with Carol Erdmann, and this will be the final meeting of the summer. < The Roy Kollasch home in Wesley was the scene Sunday of a pleasurable picnic gathering for a group of relatives who gathered co honor Cpl. Lewis Preister of Washington, D. C., home on a furlough. Those present for the occasion were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Preister of West Bend, and Cpl. Preister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and daughter of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kollasch anJ victor of Whittemore, Sister Mary Denise of Dubuque, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kollasch and two children of Whittemore and Miss Marcella Preister of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer and family were guests Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Julius Kelch, at Estherville and while there the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Kelch was brought to Holy Baptism wfth Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Lollier, of Corwith, being the baby's sponsors. He was given the name of Robert Joseph. There is one other child in the family, Gloria Ann. Bobby Joe was born July 15th. This day also marked the silver wedding anniversary of the Studers, and members of the family presented them with a gift in remembrance of the occasion. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hardt and children spent Tuesday evening at the Charlie Hardt home at Pilot Grove to visit with Kenneth Hardt, who is home on furlough. Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Harvey and daughter, Lanelle, of Klemhie were dinner guests Monday at the L. W. Weimer home. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey were on their way to Okoboji to the Bible Conference. The Jerry Sullivans had as their guests on Friday evening the Geo. Thompsons and their three grandchildren of Sioux City, Jeanne, Carolyn and Jerry Thompson, also Ella and Francis McDonald of here. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Thompson of Sioux City spent the week-end visiting Milton's parents, the Geo. Thompson. The three grandchildren returned to their home in Sioux City after visiting several weeks at the George Thompson here. The following from here attended the Old Settlers picnic at Grant Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. J. C. McDonald and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Halverson and Alvira and Beulah Looft, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Zeilske, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Zeilske and Patty., Fred Button, Mrs. L. W. D. ,B, Moyer and Barbara and Pe&y, ' " • ..I*.-. .^^Uc.L.a ANTCE FOR ACE FOR Pepsi-Cola Company, Long liland City, N. Y. Franchlscd Bottler: PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO. OF FORT DODGE Ledyard Vicinity News Items Albert Karels arrived home on Friday on a furlough from Camp Antoinette Schneider of Bancroft spent the week-end at the home of Mrs. Alice Garry. Hubert Dyer, Wayne Siefert, Lee and Quentin Hardt and Nordeen Strand are detasselirig corn at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Swartzell of Olin are visiting at the home of their daughter, t Mrs. Elvin Carpenter. / Mr. and Mrs, Carl Kramsemeier attended -a picnic Sunday at Turtle lake honoring Alfred Kramse- meier's birthday. Miss Jan Gabel returned home Saturday after spending a week's vacation with her sister, Mrs. Wm. Stubbe, at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond < Walch and children of Rochester, Minn., spent Sunday at the home of Mr. Walch's sister, Mrs. Alice Garry. Beverly Bashara had the misfortune of cutting her arm Thursday evening at the Methodist church -while playing on some stones. Cpl. Paul. Garry arrived "home Thursday on a 10-day furlough to visit, his mother, Mrs. Alice Garry Paul is stationed at Boca Quaton Florida. Duane Thompson, who is stationed at Childress, Texas, recently received a promotion in the same office doing confidential clerical work. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Swartzell Olin, and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Carpenter and Jackie were supper guests Friday evening at the D A. Carpenter home. There will be German services at the Evangelical and Reformed church at 10 o'clock on Sunday, Aug. 1, and English services at the regular time. Mrs. Ed Knoner and children went to Mason City Wednesday to consult an eye specialist. Mrs. D. B. Moyer and Mrs. Barger of Lakota accompanied them. 'The men of the M. E. church worked Thursday and Friday evening at the church preparatory to some repairing which is to be done by Fred Ploeger this week. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING TOWN AND CITY ESTIMATE. NOTICE—The City Council of Algona, of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet August 12, 1943, at 7:30 p. m., at City Hall. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning April 1, 1944. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the heawng- ' , CT ^ T ADAH CARLSON, City Clerk 1 2 3 4 5 6 Expenditures for Year FUNDS fire Equipment - -$?94,073 $134,974 $I§6,QQO $ Wbrayy Comfort Station .... Swimming Pool — none 3,868 595 M77 270 "fr none 3,739 365 1,079 1,178 3,560 2,500 4,500 650 1,500 1,700 none none none none none 01,500 $ J?4,79Q non4 IPO none none I.50Q 4,500 650 1,400 1,700 400 none none none 409 &40Q / ,$|Q6406 ' 3«,OQ0 37,3§9 HA* LOW PRICE* SAVE AT SUPER VALU »HPP ANY DAY IN THE WEEK AT SUPER VALU AND YOU'LL SAVE MONEY EVERY TIME, BECAUSE PRIOE8 ARE LOW AT SUPER VALU EVERY DAY, SIX DAYS A WEEK. SAVE TIME, SAVE MONEY, SAVE ENERGY. SHOP AT SUPER VALU. CAMPBELL'S APPETIZING TOMATO JUICE POST TOASTIES THE CRISPER CORN FLAKES 14 OZ. CAN 11 OZ. PKG. 20 MORE CUPS PER POUND, RICH, SATISFYING FLAVOR 18K COFFEE ECONOMICAL 1 IB. BAG 28< Economical for Sandwich*! Peanut Butter32 .^j v 54c Queen Thrown Pack Olives 2 "V."' I9c Older Vinegar <i .2c „, 37c 18K Dellcloul, Appetlilno 3 Polntl Tomato Juice 2""23c Tenal ' 2 Polnu Grapefruit isoi.c.n I2c DIM Mined Pickles 82 o,» 25c Out Orcen 11 JPoInU Each Beans 2 ^IL. 23c Standard Quality 18 Polnu Tomatoes io«.c z .n lie Mary Lynn, Vltamlied, Aitorted S OUP MiX 2'A 01. glait I3C iking Powder Calumet ie».c.nUc Cake Flour Z% lb. pkg:. Swansdown .. 26c Sunrlch Bran Flakes i5«. Pkg .IOc Sunrtch Wheat Flakes 2 P \;'l6c OrapenuU Wheat Meal i« o, Pk g.13c Grapenuts 120, Pk ,. I3c Regular or Quick Cooking Quaker Oats 4>Pk r 22c Wheaties 2 V,!: 20c Quaker Puffed Rio. Sparkles 2 4 ^ 22c American Beauty o t \h *%^ Macaroni pkKS . 27 C American Beauty 2 - 1 lb A*| Spaghetti pk gs . &IC OLD DUTCH CLEANSER 14 OZ. CAN CAKE FLOUR SOFTASILK 44 OZ. PKG. SWEETHEART TOILET SOAP BARS 19 WASH WELL GRANULATED SOAP 2 ^ 33 10 -T 41< LAUNDRY SOAP ENRICHED BREAD Oven-Fresh 4 A* 20 oz. Loaf IU FLOUR - '1.79 FLOUR - £.45 Van Camp't VaftC»mp'i Pr»-Coolied _ ' fi"** Tenderoni 2 ",£ I7c Beans 2 *». Z»* Dalryland 1 Red Point Per O«n Bed Heart, Dehydrated, »- B :° __ Milk 3 14 !L"-26e Dog Food 2*^25c E-Z Kraem 1B Rod Polnu _ fie- Shortening 3 ».. 62c Presenr-0-Wax 2*, 25c Orandma'i Sugar living Jop 8 "' BA. Molasses pm,23c Fruit Jars ^ ,«..-«. 59c Pure Bitraot Vanllta Top Seal _'' Burnett's 1» .«. i»ui. 27c Fruit Jars ^ .*., a. t PW Fla>-O-HIU ImlUUon . fleneral Maton, t-H. >v Vanilla . KM u. IDc Jar Covers ^ ^J0 C Flaf-O-RIU Black »no-WhlU "•" - -~ • ' Pepper 1 H «.P.«. 5c Gloss Starch 1 ,b. Pko . 6c Reg. or Iodized R»dlflo -«J "~ Salt t n>. pag. 1C Sunshine Krispy 1 lb. pker. Hag. or I«dlu4 Morton'i •T'ra nlr*^l>« 1 <!<• Calt n 28 01. I c_ V/raCKtJrS I 9U 9911 i> pig*. Ivv .1 Aristocrat Soda ••v,.,».^ N4 K|||) L | gU |,( - — Crackers * „. p.,. 25c shoe White . „....... 15c Red Rooitar Coffee "T^ Rtgular 2lc FlyTox 33c , \ H u'S. Creamery Butter Super Valu TENDER PHMCS SMOKED HAM SHANKS 7 Pts. LB. 4 Pts. FANCY SUCH) BACON •"* SUMMER SAUSAGE 8 ' SLICED 19c 36' 36« BAKED LOAVES tet ^&* SMALL MINCED BOLOGNA 4 VEGETABLES GOOD SIZE ORANGES FIRM CABBAGE CARROTS LARGE SOLIP HEAPS LETTUCE POTATOES DOZ. 3 LBS. bunches 15 Lb. Peck LARGE LEMONS \ I ^I^P ^Plff ^(|lJP^^ ^^l|^^ • ^HPPJiJ.^^ ^QjjJjP*^ S IT IP ff« SI? mf /% 1 , ^^P JBm «S&MH aSa^t vis M. iHL «&..<;.• !$' You* Neicyttborino'Oci Food S .Ji .•w< ~" * : s$^r?s,-i.- t 2+J?£\ l ' : *.*. ^^fjir^

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