The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 19, 1943 · Page 2
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Hie Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, August 19,194.1 ANNUAL MISSION FESTIVAL TO BE AT LEDYARD, AUG 22 The annual mission festival of the Evangeltcat and Reformed church will be held on Sunday at 11 a. m., on Sunday, August 22. Rev. Calvin Grossbuesch, Klemme, will speak at both morning services in English and German. The afternoon services will be field at 2:30 and Rev. H. Kuezema of Woden and Rev. F. Snuttzer of Titonka will bring the messages. The ladies of the congregation will serve dinner and lunch. The public is cordially invited to attend these services. THREE SONS OF DYERS AftE IN ARMED FORCES Howard Dyer left Wednesday for Fort Des Moines where he will be inducted into the army. The Dyers have given three sons to the United States armed forces. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson are the parents of a boy born August llth. Mr. and Mrs. John Tillmoney, of Ames, will visit at the L. W. Weimer and John Hartshorn homes. Rev. and Mrs. L. O. Johnson and two daughters, of Vincent, visited last Tuesday at the George Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Weimer and children returned from Redding after a week's visit with the latter's parents, the Williams'. Read The Want Ads—It Pays DREYER-HEINZ PICNIC HELD AT CALL PARK SUNDAY LuVerne—The Fred Kinzes, Fred Wolfs, Henry Hinzes and Ed Ramus families were at Algona Sunday where they attended the annual Dreyer-Hinze picnic. There were some seventy present at the picnic which was held at Call Park and they were from Whittemore, West Bend, Lone Rock and LuVerne. It is generally held in August in observance of the birthdays of Fred Hinze, Jr., Lu- Verne, and Robert Dreyer, Lone Rock. Vera Giddings returned Sunday ^l;!llllllllllllllll!llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllll!IIIIIIIIIH A FULL COAL BIN Is Your Assurance Of Comfort NEXT WINTER . . . and the only way to have it full, is by ORDERING NOW. Your coal dealer cannot possibly supply your entire needs if you delay getting your order in until cold weather begins. Transportation lanes must give priority to war supplies and forces, which means coal deliveries will have to be "staggered" in limited tonnage over a period of several months. Norton & Son NOTICE!! STAR TING MONDA Y, A UGUST 23 10° DISCOUNT ON ALL DRY CLEANING Under Delivered Charges Brought in and picked-up at our plant across the street east of courthouse. We are discontinuing our retail delivery on all Laundry & Dry Cleaning services in Algona. We are willing under wartime conditions to cooperate with our government to save on gasoline and rubber. .Bring us your Dry Cleaning and save the difference for War Stamps. We will pay 2c each for all good hangers in credit on either laundry or dry cleaning. Algona Laundry —Dry Cleaners Phone 267 Across the Street East of Courthouse = 10 Per Cent Discount Under Delivered | Prices On All Dry Cleaning | •wm^^ from Chicago where she has bee working the past summer. / Marilyn Heftl accompanied Mar lene Hefti to Webster City Satur day for a week's visit there. Mrs. Ann Hoeft submitted to major operation at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Monday, Mrs. Normander, of Streator Illinois, came Sunday for a visi with her sister, Mrs. Emily Guy Mrs. Glen Godfrey, of For Dodge, has been visiting relative and friends in LuVerne the pas week. Wm. Chapman came home Mon day morning for a week's vacation from his work at Chryslers in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lawrence were at Ames Sunday where they met friends for a dinner and reunion, Mrs. F. H. Kruse returned Friday night from a week's visit with relatives at Carroll and Counci' Bluffs. Mrs. Barbara Moseley, George Kabele and daughter, Frances, of oldfield, were guests of Mrs Irvin Chapman Saturday. Mrs. Helene Trauger, who is visiting at Livermore and Miss Vladge Malin, of Livermore, spent Friday afternoon with LuVerne friends. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Thomas drove to Iowa City Sunday to see Mrs. Thomas' brother who is seriously ill at the University hospital there. Mrs. Kathryn Burtis, who is staying with her daughter, Mrs Robert Knutson, at Fort Dodge visited LuVerne friends the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stone and daughter-in-law, Mrs.' Keith Stone, of Mason City, were guests at the Ray Stones and Mrs. H. E Peitzkes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Goetesch have received word that their son, Delmer, who is in the merchant marines, has been promoted to a first class seaman. Mrs. George Tiede came from West Des Moines Sunday and Mrs. Tiede stayed to close her home previous to Hugh Shirks moving into it September 1. Mrs. Dick Ross, of Humboldt, spent from Friday until Sunday with her sister, Florence Hof. Miss Hof entertained the Edward Hofs in her honor at Sunday dinner. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Baker returned Thursday night from a trip to California where they had visited their sons, Merlin, at Camp Roberts, and Cecil at San Francisco. Mrs. James Thorn and sons, Larry and Jimmy, left Friday evening for Los Angeles to make their home. Mr. Thorn has been employed in that city for several months. Mrs. George Hood, of Woodward, Iowa, came Friday night for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Marie Stoddard. She went to Bode on Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Martha Lee. Mrs. G. A. Hanna and daughter, Geneva, of Fairmont, spent several days the first of the week here and at Renwick. Mrs. Peter Thompson accompanied them to their home Tuesday for a visit at Fairmont Arlene Boysen, of, LeMarS, visited over the week-end at the Richard Bashams. Miss Boysen has signed a contract to teach at Rockwell City the coming year. She has spent a part of the, summer in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bathke and two daughters, of Norfolk, Nebraska, arrived Sunday morning for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson. Laura Hanson plans to return with them and make her home and go to school at Norfolk. Mr. and Mrs. Max Block and son Lewis were Sunday dinner guests at the home of a niece of Mrs. Block, Mrs. Roy Reynolds at Fort Dodge. From there Lewis left by train for North Camp Hood, Texas, where he is serving in a tank destroyer unit. Mr. and Mrs. George Furstenau and daughter, of Geneseo, 111. came last week to visit with Mrs Furstenau's parents, Mr. and Mrs Chas. Hanselman. On Sunday the Hanselmans and their guests drove to Camp McCoy, Wisconsin to visit Chas;, Jr., who is in training there. Vera Dimler came Friday nighi from Des Moines for the weeic- end. She has a position with the Meredith Publishing Company al Des Moines and is living with her sisters, Kathryn and Shirley, who are also employed in Des Moines Mary Dimler was also home from Des Moines for the week-end. Word has been received by LuVerne friends that Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stewaart, Portland, Oregon, are the parents of a son. Mrs. Stewart is the former Nancy Heddle, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. A. G. Heddle', of Dayton. They also have two daughters. Mrs. Heddle is with her daughter at Portland and Rev. Mr. Heddle s taking two week's vacation at Humboldt. Rev. Heddle is a former Presbyterian pastor here. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Wolf, of Tort Dodge, spent the week-end at .uVerne. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wermerson and son, Terry, of ?ort Dodge, spent the day at Alex Miller's and the John Rasmus lome. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Behn- cendorf and family, of Bancroft, were Sunday guests at the Fred Behnkendorf home. Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Meyer and sons, George and Douglas, of Holstein, were with .he Wm. Veschlages. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Beers, of Livermore, vere visitors at Mrs. Herbert Smith's. Btt*&»*S»S»«S8S Grant News c&caxf&te^^ Sunday Picnic Dinner At Titonka a Pleasant Uet-to-gether For Lots Titonka—Sunday picnic dinner guests at the Chas. Newville home were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson, Elsie, Velma and Louis; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham and Lois; Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings, Donald and Jean, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jennings and Russell Fox, Burt; Gertrude Boeckleman Mrs. Mamie Speicher, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Taft and Mickey, Mrs. J. H. Storey and Mrs. John Eschenbach and Jackie, of Des Moines. Baked STAR Old Fashioned Loaf Rolls Ib. of meat (3 points) makes a hearty meat meal for 4 For a quick hoi dinner...serve this fine low-red-point dishl RECIPE: Ask your meat man for four V\ -inch thick slices (about 54 Ib.) of Armour's Star Old Fashioned Loaf. Fold each slice around a spoonful of your favorite bread dressing and fasten with a toothpick. Bake the rolls thirty minutes and serve •with buttered carrot strips. This thrifty dish takes less than one red stamp per serving... yet it provides satisfying and tasty nourishment for your family. Star Old Fashioned Loaf is a. tastefully seasoned blend of fine beef and pork ... made by Armour.. i giving you the same quality meats you choose for loaves you make at home. That's why ready-to-eat Star Old Fashioned Loaf really tastes like home made! Star Old Fashioned Loaf saves you time and work and is easy on your red points. For it's baked when you get it, so there's no shrinkage ... no waste. You can get the exact number of slices needed for your family ... fry or broil them ... or get a whole piece to heat in the oven. Remember, too, this loaf makes hearty cold sandwiches that keep their juicy freshness in the lunch box! u: s. , Government Armour's STAR Sausages add Luncheon Meats MADE FRESH EVERT DAT I COrp. John Long, ,who is home on furlough, visited Friday with Charles Duhtt. The Dombhardt brothers lost a horse while threshing at the Fred Smith place Saturday. Mrs. Joe Welch, of Swea City, visited her mother, Mrs. Robert Qustafson, one day last week, Barrel Hagedorn, of Blue Earth, visited Thursday and Friday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Farrow. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Soever went to Rochester, Minn., Saturday, where Mr. Soever will enter the hospital for an operation. Sunday supper guests at the Jasper §teenhafdt home were Mf. and Mrs. Frank Shipler and family, dftd Mr, aftd Mrs. Vance Lea* ter and.family, all of Armstrong, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Farrow and Louise visited Thursday with her brother, Laurence, of the U. 8. R ft. ffofn OroWe tie, Mlfch. Ltweaee. was speftdint a Week's leave with hid mother, Mrs. Mary Govern, near Titonka. The J. H. Johnsons were Sioux City visitbrs Sunday. DERMAND CAFE Closed Wednesday, Aug. 18 to Tuesday morning, Aug, 24 CONSUMERS WHOLESALE AUG. 20th 21st AUG. 20th 21st m .Can™ Baking Powder CALUMET Arm & Hammer Baking Soda p g Save Here Guaranteed Quality; FLOUR Consumers£ Kitchen Pride B9a , Lb 1.69 1.79 Rich Quality Consumers COFFEE 1 Lb Pkg.. Kitchen Pride COFFEE' LB Glass Jar..j Genuine Ball Mason—Complete FRUIT JARS Pints Dozen Quarts Dozen Good Live Rubber JAR RINGS SAVE BUY, IN BULK._ 3 Doz. Presto Universal Closure JAR CAPS D.,__25c Save on Sugar with PEN JEL «*__ Salad Bowl Dressing Pint 19G Large Head Lettuce IDc Large Size LEMONS DOZ. 39c Fresh Ripe Tomatoes lOc Ib. 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