The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1943 · Page 2
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'" i 1 '«>*(-,;''3 ,- *?"'$"; The Algdttft Upper DCS Mo'iies, AJgona, Iowa, August 26,1»43 SWEA CITY YOUTH GROUPS IN JOINT PICNIC THURSDAY Swea City—The youth groups of the local churches held a joint picnic at the park Thursday evening. About 75 were reported present, and a genuinely good time enjoyed. The program consisted of a musical number and a talk from each church represented. Correction—Miss Daisy Funderburk, who visited her sister, Mrs. Irvin Link last week, is employed at New York, Calif., instead of at Cincinnati, as reported last week. ' Mr, and Mrs. S. A. Anderson returned Thursday from a ten day vacation spent at Medicine Lake, Minn. The small son, Gene, stayed the greater part of the time with his grandparents of that city. The Ladie's Guild will meet Friday afternoon. Hostesses are Mrs. Jennie McCrary, Mrs. A. ,T. Farringlpn and Mrs. Art Graham. Music will be furnished by Marian Borger and the Dooft sisters. Mrs. Alfred E. Anderson has charge L. W. McVay, who cbmes here from Spirit Lake to take over the duties of bookkeeper at the Swea City hatchery, has rented the Chas. Lyckman property on the east side of town. Mr. Lyckman, who recently lost his wife, will re* turn to Canada. John Aberts and daughter Florence, attended a party at the Theodore Dorenbush home in Buffalo Center Saturday evening. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs. Dorenbush, and also of Mrs. Henry Patterson and Mrs. Frank Schliefer, who are sisters of Mr. Dorenbush. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, AUGUST 27 AND COLORADO PEACHES! The Peaches that you have been waiting for—Get our price on these fresh picked Colorado Freestone Elberta Peaches in boxes and bushel baskets. BANANAS, Per Pound !2c BLEACHED CELERY, Stalk I5c LEMONS, 4 for I5c WHOLE OR HALF GUARANTEED WATERMELONS, Lb. 3 'Just Arrived! WASHINGTON BARTLETT PEARS Get them NOW—They are just right for canninff. SCHOOL DAYS! The youngsters will soon be back in school. Save both time and money at Council Oak where there is on display a complete line of "official " School Supplies. Mother will also lay in a supply of foods for the school Lunch Boxes. COLLEOI INN CHILI DINNIR One pnckuge plus u pound of meat mako 6 generous serv- IIIRS of "chill" ..... Algona Creamery Butter Ib. 45c Carnation Canned Milk - - 9c Pure Strained Honey 5 > $ 1.18 Robb Ross COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS POTIK NECK BONES, Lb. . .5c I'OUK SPARERIBS, Pound 2lc SMOKED HAM vVhole or Half. Ib. Sliced, Ib BEEF ROAST Pound 23c and Bulk Lard, 2 Ibs. 32«j WHITING FESH, Lb. I8c SLICING BOLGGNA, Pound..28c PURE LARD, 2 Lbs. 33c ROUND Steak Per Ib. .. 38c LIVER SAUSAGE, Pound 28c VEAL LOAF, Pound 34c LIVER CHEESE LOAF, Pound . ...35c PRESSED HAM, Pound 39c Fancy Sliced, OQ Pound .... JS'C Wheat Cereal and Inst. Oatmeal 2 *£? 270 SUPERB EVAP. MILK, Tall Can 9c SUN-SWEET PRUNE JUICE, 12 Oz. . I Ic GOLDEN CORN Mornlne Cream Style 2 No. i Onus 23c EASY WHIP Use it for cake topping and to make ordinary O Cream Whip. Pkg OC SOY FLOUR 1 Lb., 14c 3 Lbs., 39c SANDWICH SPREAD 0-oz. Jar lie Eat More Bread: For a Properly Balanced Diet. "Enriched" BiEAO Supplies the essential proteins and protective minerals to supplement the health giving properties of the Fresh Vegetables from the Victory Garden. Large 24 Oz. (I] Pound) Leaf ... Me MA BROWN BREAD 4/1 Ounce I C£4 Loaf I OC F. P MEALY BEANS 2 Ponnd Large Lima Beans 2 round «•»Bug 2/C UAI.LMAltK "I'ltJi-COOKED" BEANS, Pkg. He DOUBLE M MIX rkff. 6c HOl-RY WAFERS, Package .8c MASTER TOAST 24 & 24c STARCH sroLSSr Pkg.7c TAC-CUT 'Pine Blend' COFFEE Drip or Regular Grind Exchange the empty bags for 22 carat Gold Pattern Dishes. Bag Jl/C LIMIT, Per Package 9c WON-UP GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Unsweetened 2 CANS 25c Dwarfies POPPED RICE m. So KelloWs Corn Flakes'AT |2c Miller's Bran Flakes, Pkg, 9c ZEPHYR NECTAR Assorted Flavors Bottle makes 3!/! gallons 2 Bottles IO w for 1£0 Quaker MUFFETS, Pkg. ,9c Grape-Nuts FLAKES 7-oz. 9c Superb Rolled Oats, 3 ^ I9c PARO DOG FOOD £?.... 100 SUNBRITE CLEANSER 2 Cans.. 110 SUPERB SANITARY NAPKINS 2 Cartons 350 FARMERS- WE PAY HIGHEST PRICES FOR EGGS FIVE SWEA CITY TEACHERS ARE MARRIED WOMEN Swea City—The city school will open Sept. 6, with a full staff of teachers, five of whom' are married women. Supt. Schuler announces it has been necessary to discontinue departmental work in the 7th, 8th, and 9th grades in large part. Class periods will be shortened, to give time for extra curricular work, some of which heretofore has been done outside of regular school hours. This is necessary because of gas and tire rationing. Activity periods will be from 3 to 4 p.m. Band practices will be held in the forenoons of Monday, Wednesday and Thursday and physical education and vocal on Tuesday and Friday forenoons. The hour from 3 to 4 p.m. will be given over to athletic practise and music and classes requiring laboratory work such as physics, commercial, home economics and manual training. The Staff Following is the teaching staff for the coming year; Agnes Olson, Bancroft, high school principal, physical education and mathematics; Gerald Neimeyer, band Mrs. Gifford Smith, commercia Mrs. Gregor Deim, grade musi and English; Mrs. Ray Pehrson home economics; Doris Stephens Elkader, social science and Eng lish. Supt. A. H. Schuler will hav classes in physics, manual train ing, physical education, and wil coach athletics. The Grades 1st—Mary Groenwald, George 2nd—Mrs. Albert Swanson, Swea City; 3rd—Violet Knutsen, Brice lyn; 4th—Adeline Erdahl, Rake 5th—Mrs. Helen Iverson, Leland 6th—Elsie Enderland, Thompson 7th—Elsie Mae Van Wert, Waverly, and 8th—Adelaide Haugen Lake Mills. The course of study for the high school follows: Ninth grade—Algebra, English, home economics manual training, science, no electives. Tenth grade—English, history, geometry, typing, home eco* nomics; Eleventh grade—English and history required; Twelfth grade—English and governmen required. Electives for llth and 12th grades; Physics, commercia geography, bookkeeping, home economics and mechanical drawing. Mr. and Mrs. Henning from Bricelyn, visited relatives here, on Sunday. Miss Olive Crossby, Ames, is spending this week visiting friends and relatives in this community. Hugh Butterfield returned to his work Saturday, after having spent a few days with his family. Hugh is employed by a construction company doing good work at Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Hoaglund from Arthur, Iowa, took over the management of the telephone exchange, Monday morning. The Hoaglunds have one daughter, of school age. Grant News School will start Monday, August 30.- Melzer Farrows, Moscow, Minnesota, was a Sunday dinner guest at the David Farrow home. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Holm and family visited Sunday at the Swen Tjensvold home, near Armstrong. Merrill Hagedorn of Blue Earth, spent last week visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. David Farrow. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Farrow and Louise visited Sunday at the Mrs. Mary Govern home, near Titonka. , Mr. and Mrs. Earl Patterson are the parents of a baby girl, born Friday. She has been named Nancy Lee. , Genevieve Kollasch, who is employed in Des Moines, spent several days with her father, Anthony Kollasch, this week. The W. S. C. S. held a bake sale at Hansons grocery store in Swea City, Saturday night. Proceeds were twenty dollars. Lt. Donald Mayne of Mommoth Field, New Jersey, spent several days last week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne. Mr. and Mrs. John Drew are the parents of a baby girl, born Thursday at the Fairmont hospital. She has been named Carol LaRae. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Deim, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brandt to Fort Dodge, Friday, where Mrs. Brandt underwent a minor operation. Wayne Christophel had the misfortune of falling off a chick- encoop one day last week and dislocating his ankle. He is able to be around on crutches. LUVEENE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bathke and two daughters of Norfolk, Neb., visited several days the past week at the parental Harold Hanson home. De Roy Lichty of Great Lakes Naval Training Station, and friend LaVon Pierce, of Mason City, spent the week-end at the Harry Lichty home. Kenneth Becker of Camp Farragut, Idaho, arrived home Saturday morning on leave. Kenneth has just finished his boot training at Camp Farragut. Mrs. Elizabeth Babler of Monroe, Wisconsin, is visiting at the P. C. Lichty home and with relatives and friends. Mrs. Babler is a cousin of Mrs. Lichty. Francis Brayton ol Sioux Falls, South Dakota, visited at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brayton, over the weekend. Francis is in the air corps. Louise Mock and Lillian Fuhrmann, of Chicago, left Tuesday for their home after a visit here with relatives. OODWARD'C THIRD V ANNIVERSARY SALE All Spring and Summer Sheer DRESSES 25% Off Regularly priced $1.47-?1.98-$2.94-$6.84 All Spring Suits A Af| and Coats All Ladies Straw Hats 50c All Slacks and |A% Slack Suits IU' off All Ladies I 77 White Shoes I . I I Odds and Ends Sash Curtains, pr. Women's Cotton Hose— Special, «_ 2 pairs Hill* Girls All Rayon Full Length Hose, 4On Sizes 8 to 10 «O5 Men's Light Weight Cotton Sox, in- Regular 13c 1UB Women's All Rayon Hose, pair Candy Stripe School Anklets, 9Qi> 2 pairs *«**» Boys' Heavy Crew Sox, pair Printed Spun I f Rayon Skirts I . Men's Heavy Weight Sweat O Shirts * Men's Kid Leather Shoes with arch O CQ support WiUw Men's Heavy Blanket Lined Denim A Jackets (ti Just In—Boys' Waistband 8 oz. Sanf. O'alls, AO- sizes 6 to 12 SOU Men's "Rail Chief" Blue 8 oz. Sanf. Overalls, our Ceiling Price. I 4 A $1.67. Special I lift Limit 1 pr. to customer Just In—Boys' DO A Dress Shirts OOC Men's Fine Knit Undershirts Suit Cases! Built Over, Wooden A MM Frame •ill Induction Bags 2.29 l 3.98 Sales Ladies Wanted to Work Part Time Apply Thursday In appreciation of your patronage during our three years in Algonn •which has made our success and growth so outstanding, we offer these and many other items of good staple clothing, dry goods and shoes for every family member. $1 Down will hold Ladies Winter Coat on our lay away plan until Oct. 1st Johnson's Chintz Flints 24c yd Red Corduroy by the yard 98c Playing Cards Bridge Size, Reg. $1 kind 69c Flannel Back Waterproof Sheeting 1.49 School Tablets 4c Heavy Gray Covert Cloth 29c 1 f Bias Tape J and P Coats lOc size 8c Hairbows by the Hundreds 5c-8c-10c-29c Double Edge Razor Blades Package of 4 8c 80-Square PRINTS 27c yard 1000 Cards Assorted Buttons Reg. lOc size 9c Receiving Blankets 29c , "Master" Note Book Fillers 4c J and P Coats 6 Strand Embr'dy Floss A_, skein Heavy Blue DENIM 29c yard 80x99 Size White Sheet Blankets 1.47 Regular Size 1st Quality Sheet Blankets Special Price 86c 72x84 5% Wool Blankets 2.94 "Purrey" "Blankets 12% Wool 88% Rayon 72x81 5.95 Beautiful Chambrays 34c yard Heavy Weight Outing Flannel, Light or dark, or plain pastel colors 24c yd Part Linen Toweling Nice - Soft Bleached yd I9c 3 Pound "Big Value" Cotton Batts 98c Colonial Maid Quilt Batts White China Cotton 81x96 inches 59c New Heavy Rayon Dress Prints 65c yd White Pique Good Weight Beautiful Finish 49c yd x Straight Pins They Last pkg 5c 10 New Pieces Seersucker 49c yd Men's "Marx Made" Hard Twist Suits Regular price $24.75 Now 10 Off Just In — Another shipment of Young Men's Gabardine Slack Model Trousers $8.84 Men's Work Uniforms of Heavy Sanforized Army Cloths Shirts i Pants g ,g Jackets A fkM Ladies Rubber Boots You have been wanting these a long time. Now, here they are and ration free! $2.92 Special purchase, 120 dozen Men's Extra Heavy, double and Sewed Cotton Gloves. T' are a real buy at 29c pair Just Received another 72 pairs Huaraches No stamp required $2.79 pair . Received Today a nice assortment of CURTAINS Priscillas — Panel Pairs Flounce Panels — Cottage Sets "Mark Twain" Sport Shirts, Regular $2.79 value, mostly large size .. 1.88 Women's Chenille House Coats The kind you'd expect to pay $7.95 fori OODWARD'O ALGONA'S HEADQUARTERS FOR PETER' DIAMOND BRAND SHOES Buy More Stamps and Bonds We will accept Mail Orders For Reasonable Amounts of Advertised Merchandise These Cut Prices Definitely Withdrawn AUGUST 31 or when sold out Meft'S AH ftubbe* Weight 4-Buckle Overshoes 21 .. Mil Men's Rubber Boots Bring Certificate 2.94 Big Boys "Peters" Diamond Brand Brown Genuine Retan Work Shoes Sizes 2% to 6% 2.69 Boys' Brown M o e type Oxford with Cord Sole 2.39 Boys' All Wool Mackinaw Cloth Cossack Jackets 3.98 Sizes 6 to 18 Men's Kid Leather Romeo, with Elastic Sides and Leather Sole Ladies' Felt Bed Room Slippers, Soft Leather Sole 83c Mocc'sin Style Oxfords iFor Growing Girls Made by "Peters" 2.94 I fill Down wiu hold any man's or boy's wool or leather jacket until Oct. 1st. Young Men's Corduroy Hats 1.19 Engineer and Fireman Work Sox 2 pairs for .... Light Weight Work Sox, our regular IA- 13c, special .... Men's 40-inch Sheepskin Lined Coats, Heavy Moleskin Shell 15.75 Men's Heavy Checked Flannel Shirts 1.47 Genuine Rockfdrd Sox Three Weights 13«15«20 C Boys, Reversible Fingertip Coats 8.65 Men's Wool Felt Dress Hats New Fall Color? 1.57 Men's and Boys' Winter Caps of Heavy Duck Corduroy or Wool, with fur Inbands 78c S»¥* o» this sale Buy Mor«? ANB BONDS

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