t h« Algona Upper DCS Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 5,1943 PORTLAND FAMILY HONORS SON AT CALL PARK PICNIC Portland—Pvt. Glen Larson o! 'Camp Berkley, Texas, was honor guest at a picnic at Call State Park. Algona, Sunday. Seventy people attended, Guests Included Glen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larserf, two sisters, Elsie and Velma, a brother, Vernon, wife and daughter Leila, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reichie, of Chicago. Elmore, Swea City, Algona, Burt, .and Titonka were represented by Mr. and Mrs. Harold East, Mrs. E. L. Jennings, Russell Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Spelcher, Harvey Graham, Sr., Levant Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Mervln Bristow and baby, Mrs. Manice Speicher, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Neville, Mrs. Henry Nelson and three children, Beulah Bartlett, John Rike Elwin Stenael, Lewis Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Hir- vey Graham, Jr., and the Lloyd Bartlett, Lewis Hansen, John Bpekelman and Paul Krueger families. Mrs. Lester Small and Betty Lou of 'Washington, Iowa, are .spending two weeks with the George Graham family. Rains have caused the river to overflow and ruin acres of pasture on the J. P. Heiderscheldt fafhi and cattle on pasture there had to be removed. Mrs. J.' P. tieiderscheidt and daughter Lorraine spent Saturday and Sunday at Bsthervllle getting acquainted with a new nephew at the Fred Krough home. Threshing is rather late in .this locality this year. Roy Ringsdorf has some threshing done and Albert Baas thought he would thresh Monday but a rain put a stop to that and this is occurring so often, it seems this season. Mr. and Mrs. Leo McWeeny and daughter, Joan of Carroll, and a group of Sisters for a hospital there, stopped for a short visit at Edward Wolfe's Saturday, They were enroute to LaCrosse, Wis., on vacation. Mr. McWeeny's parents live at LaCrosse. While Private Glen Larsen was home the family was entertained Thursday at the Charles Neville home Titonka; t>n Friday at Harvey Graham's and on Saturday Chas. and Bernard Phelps entertained for, them. Guests were Beulah BaffTett, Mrs. Lewis Larsen and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett and three children. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wolfe took their two daughters,- Mary Lee, student nurse, and Nedra, to Carroll Sunday. Mary Lee, home on vacation, has been there a year and no.w Nedra is entering nurse training. Marjorie Lattimer, of Bancroft, accompanied them and She Is also enrolling at Carroll as a student nurse. • An evening of visiting and music was enjoyed at the Edward Zweifel home last week Sunday in honor of Private Glen Larsen. Guests were the Martin Larsen family, Pauline Weishorn, Frank Tletz, of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Zweifel and Russell Miller of Dolliver; the Carl Peelers family, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bilsborough, Mr. and ' Mrs. Vernon Shipler and the Earl Zweifel family. There are several musicians in this group who entertained. •K OTTOSEN NEWS The Presbyterian- Ladies Aid will meet at the church parlors Friday afternoon. The Presbyterian Sunday School picnic was held at the school house Sunday. There was a large attendance. Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. W. F. Schneck of Rolfe at a Rochester hospital. Rev. Schneck is the Presbyterian pastor here and at Rolfe. Leo Wehrspann of the navy air corps spent a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Wehr- spann. He returned Monday t.o Hutchinson, Kansas, where he stationed. REUNION FOR GIRL 4-H MEMBERS'23-5 Kossuth 4-H girls, leaders, assistant leaders and the county committee .who were in club work during 1923-24 or 1925 are having a tea at the Mrs. W. K. Ferguson home, 117 W. College St. (across east from the Kossuth hospital) Wednesday, August 11, from 2 to 5 p. m. This is your invitation to honor 20 years of club work and renew friendships. If you can't come in person send a greeting to Mrs. Burton Thorpe, 607% East Call St., Algona. The committee of those years included: Mrs. Burton Thorpe (chairman), Algona; Mrs. August Slagle, Algona; Mrs. Harry Bode, Algona, and Mrs. E. B. Dittmer, Burt. Dangerous Cat The cat that scratched and bit Bobby Agnew, three-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Agnew of Grinnell, later was found to be a victim of rabies. The cat had also attacked Mr. AgneW. Bobby and his father are now taking treatment to prevent the disease. Other cats on the place have been killed and the Agnews are still hoping that their livestock will not be affected. OAK STORES MEALTIME .J FRIDAY^ AND SATURDAY, AUGUST 6 AND 7 . Eat More Bread:- For a Properly Balanced Diet. NANCY ANN it T^ • I 199 HA E^&K? A l?^\ Enriched B RE All Supplies the essential protsins and protective minerals to sup- -.i^^ss**— plement 'the hsalth giving properties of the Fresh Vegetables from the Victory Garden. Large 24 Oz. (-1$ Pound) Loaf ........Me MA BROWN BREAD 24 Ounce I5c 'W PER PKG. lie For home mada ice cream, sherbets and delicious custards. NEW PAOk PEAS No. 2 Can ., 110 18 Points COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS Old Fashion Loaf Beef andf" F0rw<r For a Sunday _. you garnish with Campbell's Tomato Juice and thoroughly: heat in the oven. Per >ound BEEF BRAINS, Pound I4c SLICED PORK LIVER, Pound 2le LIVEte«*USAGEy Pound 28c ..... .29c 330 POTATO SALAD 15c PER POUND Skinned, Smoked ' and Tendered ; " FANCY HAMS Whole or Half . HEAD CHEESE, J^a 3 0c II"* WHTO LOAF, Pound 32c MACARONJg CHE£SE LOAFf Lb§ 32c FANCY .dCED BACON, Pound ...39c DRY SALT PORK For a change serve Fried Salt Fork with creamed new -potatoes, PER " "'"" POUND 20c Pork Spareribs 21c PER POUND CHICKEN SHACK DINNER I Made from Beer | other wholesome IngA ana A satisfy Ing meal in jn utes. Package serves'* 0 [ Not Rationed, -r Package .. ..... f 100 and PARSLEY Dehytf in 5'frated and ready to use. anloup, Salad, Gravy /j Dressing. PKG.,.. ' SUPERB EVAP, MILK Tall Can ....... 90 NOT RATIONED BARTLETT PEARS are now available and are the fanciest pack of the season . . . California Mountain Grown Bartletts . . . the supply is limited on this variety. WE STRONGLY RECOMMEND that you buy un- ripened Pears and place in a cool basement . . . when ripened to perfection you should can at once. WATERMELONS:—Don't waste the rinds of these Sweet Juicy, Guaranteed Melons . . . make them into pickles . . .store pickles will be scarce next winter. CRISP FIRM CABBAGE, Pound 4c REB RIPE TOMATOES, Pound ..... I5c GOLDEN HEART CELERY, Stalk ... I9c PEANUT BUTTER SUPERB, IT* 8-0*. Jar ., «Mf»' SUPERB, A« w la-ox. Jar ,. A 1 !!* MORNING LIGHT, 2'Found Jar ,..,, Not Rationed DELICIOUS CORN CAKES To one cup Robb-Ross Pancake Flour you add 1 heaping Tablespoon corn meal and follow the directions on the bag . . .You will enjoy corn cakes for a change. BOBB.B08S WAFFLE and AAw PANCAKE FLOUR 9 r 220 CAMPBELL'S TOMATO JUICE, 14-oz. Can, 2 Points 8c DWARFIES POPPED RICE, bag ...5c KELLOGG'S v RICE KRISPIES, pkg. I2o • BRAN FLAKES, pkg, ,,9« UAKER ROBB.ROSS • WHEATCEREAL, pkg. I6o . lit GERBER'S lust, Oatmeal. 2 -r 270 B«lf Juice and Jelly CLASSES P«r Dipn ...350 PARD Dog Food Sunbrite Cleanser 2 9411 Sanitary Napkins LONE ROCK NEWS Mrs. Donald Blanchard spent the week-end with Mr. Blanchard at St. Paul, Minn. The Henry Schroeder family visited the F. F. Schroeders nt Fenton Sunday afternoon. Miss Laura Radig had her ;onsils and adnoids' removed at a Fort Dodge hospital Tuesday. Miss Mary Ann Flaig, of Al- ;ona, spent the week-end at the parental Frank Flaig, home. Fred and Eimer Miller, of Spring Valley, 111., are guests at the Henry Schroeder home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell and family, of Fenton, were supper guests at the Milford Mitchell home Sunday. Corp. Raymond Nelson, now stationed in Alaska, arrived Saturday for a ten days' furlough at the parental, Wm. Nelson .home. The Donald Radig family were guests at the John Schallin home in Lotts Creek Sunday and at the Martin Dreyer home at Burt last week Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Person and Mrs. Milo Bonebreak were guests at the John Kylan home at Swea City Sunday. Dorothy Kylan spent last week at the Person home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ackerman and family and Miss Delores Bast, of Ventura, called here Saturday evening. Helen Sprank returned home with the Ackermans. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schenck of Burt, and Mrs. Sadie Schenck, of Minneapolis, were guests of Mrs. Tillie Hanna Sunday. Miss Marylin Simpson, of Whittemore, spent the week-end at the Hanna home. Mrs. Ray Webb and children, of Algona, spent from Tuesday to Friday at the M. O. Richards home. The Richards family visited at the Maurice Billsborough home near Titonka Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Madden and family, of Fenton, Mrs. Ida Kohl, Of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Madden and son, and Joe Madden, all of Armstrong, were guests at the Harris Wadsworth home Sunday. Miss Ruby Kueck and friend, Miss Kay Mazue, of Buffalo, N. Y., arrived Saturday from a week at the Henry Kueck home./ Dinner guests at the Kueck home Sunday were the Marvin Kuecks of Seneca, the Maynard Kueck family of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen. Mrs. Phelps. Herbert Schram, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schram, is taking specialized training at DePaul University, Chicago. Herbert was transferred to Chicago from Camp Hood, Texas. Saturday caflers at the Carl H. Callies home in honor of Diane's sixth birthday were Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Deitering, Bancroft, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Callies and Mrs. Harold Kreuger. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schram, Mrs. Bessie Tryon and Maxine and Mrs. Chas. Beed were guests at the Harry Beed home Sunday evening in honor of Mrs. Chas. Beed and Mrs. Bessie Tryon's birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nelson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Michaelson and Gary, James McColley and children and Cpl. Donald Michaelson, Camp McCoy, Wis., were guests at a farewell picnic dinner in Mason City for Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Elwood. Mrs. Fannie Roraus and Hazel, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobson and daughter, Joan, all of Albert Lea; Mr. and Mrs. Clell Miller and daughter, Mildred, Lake Mills; Joe P*fefferman, Swea City, and Robert Hunt Bancroft, were guests at the F. L. Adamson home Sunday. Mrs. Lester Gray, the former Ilene Ites, was honored at a shower in the Ramsey Reformed Church parlors Friday afternoon. Immediately after the gifts iVere opened a unch was served. Hostesses were Mrs. Senus Isebrand and Mrs. Honno Ailts, and the bride's mother Mrs. Ed Ites. Titonka Vicinity News Items MR. AND MRS. LEONARD CALLIES HAVE ANNIVERSARY Guests at a picnic dinner at the home of Mrs. Fannie Keil Sunday in honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Callies were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Callies, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Miller and daughter, Rosslyn, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Keil, Bruce and Brent, Mrs. Bertha Callies, -Mrs. Florence Reaser and Doyle and Keith Bruns. In the afternoon Mrs. Rose Hobbs, Crystal Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bower, of Nashua called. BRUNS FAMILY IS NOW WIDELY SCATTERED Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bruns, Dennis and Marietta, visited with friends in Titonka Sunday afternoon. Marietta remained to spend Monday at the Reinder Krominga home. Shirley Bruns is employed in St. Louis; Paul is With the U. S. Army at Gamp Roberts, Calif., and Lee is somewhere in South Africa. The Bruns family moved to Mason City from Titonka less than a year ago. ' Marclis Carr was in Bancroft and Algona on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Oesterreicher were Algona business callers on Thursday. Dr. May Budlong, Waterloo, arrived Sunday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. J. J. Budlong. Mr. and Mrs..Ben Isebrand, of Woden, called at the John" Isebrand home Saturday evening. Phyllis Carr returned Saturday following "a three-day visit with the Elroy Hattens at Bancroft. Mrs. Otto Falk, Mrs. Dick B. Meyer and Mrs. Guy Bruns were Algona business callers Saturday. Mark Bacon and daughter, Shirley, of Ventura, visited with relatives and friends in Titonka Friday. Mrs. Maurice Keil, Bruce and Brent called at the L. O. Kaphengst home at Elmore, Friday afternoon. Geraldine Bruns, 'who is employed in the bank at Wesley, spent the week-end at the parental Guy Bruns home. Dr. R. C. Ball has been released 'from the Park hospital at Mason City and is recuperating in a cottage at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Haack and daughter, Beverly, Lakota, were Sunday dinner guests at the Louis Bartlett residence. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Abbas are the parents of an 11 pound son born Friday evening at U o'clock. This is their ninth child. Doris and Maxine Stott, Des Moines, and Ruth Stott, Algona, spent the week-end at the parental W. H. Stott home. Rev. A. Mardorf delivered the afternoon address at the Mission Festival at the First Lutheran church at Burt on Sunday. Edith Budlong returned to her job in a bank at Hampton Sunday, following her vacation, with her m6ther, Mrs. J. J. Budlong. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Steburg and Phyllis Margin, Fort Dodge, speut the week-end with Mrs. Steburg's mother, Mrs, Marie Sathpff. Mr- and Mrs. Louis Bartlett and Buelah and Mrs. Harm Huisinga and daughter, Edith Mae, were Algona business callers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Rippentrop and Mrs. Edward Ssthoff and Craig (railed at the borne of Mrs. Marie Sathoff Sunday afternoon. Edgair Thomas, LuVerne, was a Sunday dinner guest at ibe W. H. Stott home. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Guy- Stott, Garner, called. Mr. snd Win, $, G, Elliot are the parents of an 8% Ib. bgby girl, Faye Louise, born at the' Algona General hospital on Friday, fuly 30. Esther Fritz, who has been spending a week's vacation with i^er mother, Mrs, Mary Fritz, *re* turned to her work in Mason City and Mrs. Herbert Doege and Lilah and Lyle, of Woden also called. Harriet Schram has completed her course at Ames and has returned to spend the remainder ot the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schram. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Phelps have received word that Rev. and Mrs. Willis Phelps are the parents cf a baby girl, Barbara Jean. Barbara is the flrst child of Rev. and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kranz, n Ps Verg, and Kenneth Kran|z called at the. Mrs- George Koestler , and James Christensou homes m "FREE ENTERPRISE" the opportunity for every man to use his abilities to acquire capital enough to go into a business of his own and succeed therein; to establish and maintain a home for himself and loved ones, and to insist on the government being "of, by and for the people"—THIS IS MOST NECESSARY FOR THE PERPETUATION OF THE AMERICAN FORM OF GOVERNMENT. • IMPORTANT TO THIS END IS THE COOPERATIVE FINANCING OF FARM OWNERSHIP through the Federal Land Banks of the United States; which make available to farm owners the low-interest investment funds of the big cities; thus helping to keep the affairs of the entire country in better balance. WHEN IN NEED OF A FARM LOAN AT LOWEST RATES call on the Algona National Farm Loan Association at the convenient new location, 110 So. Dodge St., in Algona. Full information freely furnished. H. D. HUTCHINS, Secretary-Treasurer Tel 205-W E. H. HUTCHINS, Asst. Secretary-Treasurer USE THE WANT ADS FOR QUICK RESULTS Pllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllffl SENSATIONAL VALUES!) EE That's what people home for vacations from war centers tell 5 == U8- -"I don't see how you can show so much nice merchan- == EE disc and a,t such low prices," they say. Clean-Up Sale of Dresses Spring and summer Dresses. Just what you need for hot August and September. Bembergs, Crepes, Seersucker. One and-two-piece styles, plain and printed. All sizes, but a lot of them in 18 to 52. Values from $5.95 to $15, reduced to $4 $6 $8 j Coats 1 Suits Wool and part-wool suits. A good all-year item. Spring coats to wear before you put your fur coat on. Choose soon, only $10 THAT TAWS CMC Of YOU) f ItT | Lots of Summer Specials | H Hats, $1. Bags, Gloves, Jewelry, Scarfs at 59c. Wash Dress- |f M es at $1.50. Blouses at half price. Sweaters at $1.39 and s H $1.98. Formal Dresses at $2. Mesh hose at: 44c. ^ JE H Buy war stamps and bonds with your savings. = ( Kresensky's ( iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH Pretty As Can Be ... and They Anchor Firmly to your Head ert, provocative hats, these rates more than a casual glance i r o nti passersby. Perch one back of your pompadour , . , tilt One over your brow or set one square on your head for sculptured, clean cut look. They are all 1 headline news for Fall!'
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