The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 12, 1943 · Page 2
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Hie Algona Upper ties Moincs, Alfdnt, towa, August 12, 1943 ROWER SHOW AT OTTOSENSEPT.10 Ottosen — The Ladies Rural Club held its annual family picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Zinnell. It was decided to hold the annual flower show on Sept. 10 this year. Ottosen Women Can 94 Quarts A group of women canned 94 quarts of beets, apples, dill pickles, vegetable soup, beans and carrots at the school house Thursday afternoon for the school's use. The Luther League met at the Lutheran church Sunday night. The 4-H Girls Club held their meeting Thursday evening with Mary Tabor. Mr. and Mrs. Jurgens attended the DeGroote reunion at Humboldt Sunday. Mrs. O. K. Olson is ill at her Tiome. She suffered a fall recently, injuring her hip. The Presbyterian Ladies' Aid .met at the church parlors Friday afternoon. A group served. Mrs. W. P. Truesdell moved from Kanawha here recently and will make her home with her mother. Colonel Anderson of Jamestown, N. D., and mother, Mrs. Chirs Anderson, spent the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme and Shirley were over Sunday visitors at the J. M. Blanchard home at Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thorsland and family of Gruver visited Monday afternoon at the Sylvan Jacobson home. Mrs. Oliver Kihseth and Mvs. Jesse - ( VanBuSkirk attended the funeral for Mrs. W. F. Schneck at Rolfe Tuesday. Ed Johnson Mrs. Howard Orvick, Rachel Knutson, of Eagle Grove, visited, Monday at the Antone Spiech home. Mr. and Mrs. Fahey Gress and baby were supper guests at the Emil Bruellman home at West Bend Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. S. I. Purdy and Ralph were week-end guests at the Everett Johnson home at West Bend Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hansen, Bonnie and Bobby, of Dedham, Sgt. John, Jr., of Washington state, were visitors at the Will Hansen home. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met at the church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Henry Henrickson and Mrs. Helen Rasmussen as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gugger of Renwick and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beringhaus of West Bend were supper guests at the Antone Speech home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson, Jeanie and Robert and Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Hagen of Des Moinss were Sunday visitors at the Morgan Hazen home. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Cooper, Thelma, Mrs. Helen Campbell, of Rutland, were Sunday dinner guests at the Ernest Enockson home. Karen Enockson went home with them for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hille and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Undev- berg and family, Mr. and Mis Joe Anliker and family attended a picnic in honor of Mr. and Mrs Duane Benge's Gth wedding anniversary at the Benges. LITRE LAKOTA BOY HAS OPERATION Lakota—Little Paul Westerlund, only child of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Westerlund, was taken ill early last week and was taken to the Kossuth hospital at Algona and after observation he underwent an operation for appendicitis Friday morning and is reported convalescing. His father is in Alaska. 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Sizes 12 to 18. 139 3 ea MAIL ORDERS FILLED PROMPTLY Be sure to state size and WAYNE KOPPEN GIVEN HONORABLE DISCHARGE Wayne Koppen who has been in the service the past year where he was in the signal corps stationed on the east coast, has been honorably discharged from the army and came home last week to help his father, Otto Koppen, work on the farm where he was badly needed to carry on the work on a large farm. Another son, Howard, is in service and stationed in England. ' The Andy Andersons and Don Wortmans spent Sunday at Iowa Lake. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Wortman. Raymond Winter and Mrs. and Mrs. Carl Meyer were business visitors at Fort Dodge last week Wednesday. Sgt. Harold Koppen surprised his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Koppen, Friday by walking in for a five day furlough from his duties at a camp in Nebraska. About 20 members of the Luther League went to Interlakcn last week Sunday afternoon for a picnic dinner and spent the afternoon swimming, boating, etc. The Legion Auxiliary had charge of the sale of bonds and stamps here on Mollie Pitcher day, Saturday, and report the sale of $5,025.00 worth on that day. The Rev. Edward Cass, pastor of the Methodist church, left on Sunday for Fayette, Iowa, for H two week's vacation. He will be married Sunday, August 15, to a ydung lady 6f thai vicinity So there will be no services until August 29th; Harry Mu'ssman attended the funeral of Mrs. Paul Kruegel at Mason City Friday. Mrs. Mussman and her mother, Mrs. F. C. Kiester, of Elmore, who have been over there since Monday, came' home that evening and Mrs. Mussman has been ill since. The following enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Jerry Heetlands on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Winter, the Raymond Winters, the Russell Winters, the Jerry Uke- nas, the I. E. Wortmans, the Andrew Jansens, the Vernon Smiths, Ruby Daniels and Elmer Paulson. Rev. Fred F. Darnau'er, pastor of the Lutheran church, left Sunday afternoon for Beatrice Neb., to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Darnauer, who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Tuesday, August 10. The Rev. Darnauer has four brothers and two sisters. Ben Darrone, of Elmore, was buried in Maple Hill cemetery at Lakota Friday afternoon beside two small children who were buried there many years ago. Surviving are his widow and two married daughters. The Darrones were pioneer residents of this vicinity but moved to Elmore years ago. The following had .a picnic dinner at the J. H. Warburtons Sunday, honoring the Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson and two daughters, of Vincent, Iowa, who were visiting here several days, the J. H. Warburtons, the Harry War- burtons, Mrs. Emma Smith, of Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. F. 'j. Trine of Algona. The Johnsons left Monday for tiome. Mrs. Ray Smith and two sons spent a few days last week visiting Mrs. Ward Dawson at Excelsior, Minn. Mrs.' E. P. Dawson, of Aurelia, who was visiting here, accompanied her on the trip. Mrs. E. P. Dawson is Mrs. Smith's mother and the mother- in-law of Mrs. Ward Dawson, who is a sister of Ray Smith and daughter of Mrs. Ida Smith. ' Roelfsema, Who ha* Been spending the past week with the Callies returned to Des Moines with her husband Monday. '\ <• Quests at the W. J.' Dentdn home Sunday were Mrs. Nellie Heberleeve, of Manson; A. H, Bonnstetter, of CorWith; Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Winter, Gerald, Deloris and Karen, of Mason Cityj W. R. Johnson of Perry, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Williams, of Britt. Ottosen News Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer and Lillian and Mr. and Mrs. Art Tabor and family attended the annual school picnic at • Dakota City Sunday evening. Mrs. Swadrup Nelson and Violet and Mr. ahd Mrs. Chris Anderson of Emmetsburg visited Swa- drup Nelson at the veterans hospital at Des Moines Sunday. The 4-H Girls Club hold their local achievement day at the Presbyterian church parlors Friday afternoon. The mothers arie invited. Judges are Mrs. MerTe Holt and Mrs. Irvin Movick. A pot luck lunch will be served. Titonka Vicinity News Items Harold Miller was a Si,oux City business visitor. Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Friest, Leland, called at the F. G., Elliott home Sunday. Feme Oesterreicher spent the week-end with her sister, Lavon, at Minneapolis. Mrs. J. T. Coyle spent several days at the John Bleich home at Britt last week. Mrs. Mary Baker, Williams. Calif., called at the home of Mrs. Julia Reynolds Saturday. Adolph Missal and John Isebrand attended mission services at Woden Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Heyo Boeckleman and Harold were Algona business callers Saturday morning; Mrs. Ronald Ortman, Burt, wns a Sunday afternoon visitor with Lester, Allan and Lulu Eden. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Loats and Kenneth were Sunday aflernon callers at the Carl Veere home. Mr. and Mrs. August Bowman of Lakota called at the Louis Bartlett home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Raymond Krominga and Irene Baade were Sunday guests at the Fred Korte home at Crystal Lake. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Dennis, of Britt, were guests at the home of Mrs. Leota Schutjer, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Miller and Merle, Buffalo Center, were the Sunday dinner guests at the Harold Miller home. Mr. and Mrs. Rawleigh Pann- kirk and daughter Mary, of Duncan, called at the Senius Isebrand home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Intermill and daughter, Janice, called at the Henry Recker home, Buffalo Center, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Leota Schutjer visited Mrs. Leroy Burger, Hamburg, N. Y., at the Roscoe Stewart home at Burt Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Schultz and children, of Hollandale, Minn., were Sunday supper guests at the Ray Oesterreicher home. Shirley Bacon, Ventura, and Doloris Isebrand traveled to Chicago Monday morning for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Isebrand. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Salthoff and Craig were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Salthoff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Amundsen, Iowa Falls. Ida Mae, William and Mary Alke and Lenice and Kenneth Brandt were Sunday afternoon callers at the Elmer Englebart home at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs. Dick B. Meyer and Benjamin and Mr. and Mrs. Harm Huisinger and Edith Mae were Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Tapper home. Art Mitchell, Seattle, Wash., arrived Sunday evening for a visit at the parental C. B. Mitchell home. Art will be inducted into the army at Seattle August 7th. Sunday guests at the A. L. Honken home were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Iverson, Phyllis and Keith, of Thompson, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Peterson and children, of Woden. Sunday afternoon visitors at the John K. Rippentrop, Sr., home were Mr. and Mrs. John Boeckle- man, Mr. and Mrs. John E. Sleper and Mr. and Mrs. Honno Ailts of Lakota. Mrs. Erwin Eden and Sylvia attended a post-nuptial shower at the Lutheran church, Elmore, Sunday afternoon in honor of Pfs. and Mrs. Harold Gangstet, of Keeler Field, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Al Young and children visited with Mrs. Oliver Young at the Mercy hospital in Mason City Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Young underwent a major operation recently. Seaman, second class, , Louis Oesterreicher and Vincent Barringer arrived home Monday morning from Farragut, Idaho, to spend their 15-day leave at the Dr. Pierre Sartor home. Sunday dinner guests at the Herb Nelson home were Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McColley and family, Pfc. Eddie Woric and Cpl. Dpnaid Michaelson, both of Camp McCoy, Wis., and Veryl Nelson. Baptismal services were held Sunday for Carmen Lynn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Keil ;it the O. J. Lockrem home, Thompson. Rev. Skarpness, Bethany Lutheran church, performed the ceremony. John Roelfsema, Des Moines, was a guest for Sunday dinner at the Carl F. Callies home. Mrs. Portland Twp. The Oran Hudson family of Al gona were last week Sunday visit ors fit the Martin Becker home. s Mrs. Barrel! Bonnett and Mrs. Elmer Bunkoftke, both of Aigona, helped Mrs. Ira Bonnett can beans Monday. . Mrs. Ray MdWhorter and Mrs, Ed Sheehan, of Algona, went to Colorado last week Wednesday to I visit with relatives. Threshing 16 how progressing slowly. George Gray and several others in rings were threshing Monday While the grain in the Ray MeWhbrter run, was too wet, Those who coftiljined early are considered very fortunate. Mrs. ftft BoftMtt is now reedv- erirtg frtrfn a dislocated hip. She fell while working in hef yard several weeks ago and«stiffered much pain, She Is now able to walk and assist with the housework. Mr. Bonnett works for Earl Shipler. Awl Scute <tte IHUoUtaU Way SHUTS BROWNkil* SHOE STORE AlCONA. IOWA SWEET POTATOES FRESH TOMATOES NEW GARBAGE CAULIFLOWER GREEN PEPPERS CRISP CARROTS HEAD LETTUCE FRESH CELERY Jk CANTALOUPE BARRETT PEARS WATERMELONS FRESH GRAPES Boxes Elberta Peaches SOLD BY OUR A Consumers Wholesale Food Stores i Buy Fresh Apricots and Peaches For Canning Now! YOU'LL FIND OUR FRUITT EXTRA FINE AND FULL OF FLAVOR Extra Fancy Juicy GRAPEFRUIT Jumbo Size For Sunkist Extra Fancy LEMONS LARGE SIZE , 4 For 15C JUMBO SIZE 3 For 14C California Juicy ORANGES A BIG VALUE AND "- JUMBO SIZE DOZ. COFFEE Consumers Rich Quality 1 Lb. '•'*-"• ••; • -i "•>-•• Consumers J| ^ Cans • ••• If Consumers ft MILK as 3 Genuine Ball Mason „ FRI Pints'! DOZ. 59c WHEATIES 2 2Oc JAR fill Good Live Rubber 1 1 Doz. TOASTIES Post's 11 oz. 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Patented Conoco N#» brings you* engine this oil's "magnet-like" effect—created synthetically. And that's how OIL-PLATING is held close against steepest inner engine surfaces, much like any good anti- . corrosive plating...not all promptly draining down to the crankcase... not leaving fine surfaces all unfortified... hence not allowing free play to acid. New engine parts—new cars, too—would etfll be scarce if the Axis folded this minute. Do your best to assure today's vita} trips as well as tomorrow's richly-earned tour, by OIL-PLATING your engine now. Get Conoco N^" at Your Mileage Merchant's Conoco station. Continental Oil Company • CONOCO MOTOR OIL SAVE HERE! ON GUARANTEED FLOUR CONSUMERS; $1.69 24>/ 2 Lb.Bag 97c KITCHEN PRIDE ^ S1.79 24/2 Lb.Bag. 99c Consumers 3 Lb. Pkg. Pancake Flour 12'/2C Kitchen Pride COFFEE 27c Fly Ribbons 4 For 5c Fly (Cello Fibre) ' SWATTERS 3 Fw 25e OXYDOL;: 23c Specials for Friday and Saturday Aug. 13th & 14th Consumer's Meat Dep't BEEF STEAK, 9 points, per Ib. 280 PORK CHOPS, 7 points, per Ib. ,; 26c HAMBURGER, 7 points, perlb. ...: 25c All cuts of beef are government inspected. POULTRY CO Y«i Can't Ul Thing* Stand Ml* When FOLKS NEED FOOD They don't shiit down the plane factories after they turn out one batch of planes and we don't aim to close iip owr chicken house either. V Keep Your Hens on the Job Now! You're ^.ure of getting a Good Prise for all Chicfeens and %gs You Bring Us, a % * ^,-.- ^ r < „/•»*•„ ,', ,'*<, && ',-«.-

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