The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 26, 1943 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 26, 1943
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ft R. ZUMACH AT WHHTEMORE HAS BIRTHDAY PARTY Whittemore—H. R. Zumach was pleasantly surprised Friday evening when a group of relatives congregated at his home to commemorate his birthday. Those present were Mr. ,and Mrs. Carl Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Eusch and son, Franklin, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gengler and daughter Betty, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wittkopf, all of Lotts Creek; Mr. and Mrs. William Rusch, Jr., and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leinenger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Zumach and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach and family, Mr. and Mrs. August Gade, of Whittemore, Mr. ahcl Mrs. Otto Ohm and Mr. and Mrs. August Zumach of Fenton. The evening was spent playing cards and lunch was served later. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Paar, of Dubuque, are visiting this week at the Simon Weber home. Mamie Alig, who is employee at the Farmers State Bank here is enjoying her vacation this.week Alice Heinrich returned home from Estherville Sunday evening after visiting friends there last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Gade and family of Algona were Sunday evening visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer. Mrs. Martin Duffy, Sr., was taken to Rochester, Minn., Saturday. Mrs. Duffy has been seriously ill the past week. Mrs. Elizabeth Eisile accompanied Mr. and Mrs. James Bisenins to Mason City .Monday. She will visit with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bode in Mason City. Elma Potratz, who is employed at the Tobin Packing Plant in fort Dodge, came home Saturday afternoon to spend the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Potratz. Mr. and Mrs. James Bisenius and son Clement and Luella Bis- ;nius of Storm Lake drove to Mason City Monday. The latter vill leave from Mason City for Washington, D. C., where she will spend two weeks visiting her sister, Maxine, who is employed .here. A Home '•; ' t Right In Your Hand! Every War Bond You Buy Makes a Home of Your Own a Greater Reality After the War. Every dollar you • invest in war bonds and stamps brings the war nearer to an end, and makes home closer and dearer to the men and women who-are serving in the armed forces. And home will mean more than it ever did. You can do your part by investing in government btinds and stamps. The money you save in bonds w.ill buy the home that means comfort and security after the war. Our bond department offers you quick, confidential, courteous service. % Our savings and loan department is always pleased to discuss your savings program with you. An Algona Savings & Loan Association mortgage takes care-of itself; and enables vou-,;to pay for a home with mbrithly ^eHI^paymenti. 'Let us explain our savings program to you. The Algona Federal Savings and Loan Association Home Loans and High Earning Dividends Since 1917 Phone 55 Algona, Iowa With the Algona schools opening on Monday, September 6, students will look forward to new supplies of pens, pencils, notebooks, and other school necessities. See us. for the following and other schooj items. » Spiral Notebook*, Blue 5c; Brown lOc Crayola*, No. $ ....lOc; No, 16 .... 15c Pencils . ......... ..... ..................... .. 2 for Sc Typing Paper, Pad ..., .......... .,..,...., IQc Water Colors, Box —..... ..... r . IQc to 35c Two and Three Bin* Looseleaf Notebook Filler*, plug, .... &• Big 5, Big Chief and . Goldenrod Pencil Tablet*, cash - ,.„ 5e Binders .,...;....,...: J0 C , Complete line of inks, erasers, glue, paste/rulers, pen points, pencil clips, index tabs, gummed rein-, lorcements, an4 cpjistruct|on paper. LUSBY & GIOSSI Algona Upper Des Md'nes, Algona* Iowa, August 26, 1943 Mr. and Mrs. Will Martin and Mrs. Bell, the latter's mother, of Jamestown, North Dakota, were guests Sunday at the Ulrich Dorn- bler home near Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mcdln anrl their son, Kenneth, and family of Whittemore, are going to Estherville Sunday to help their son Carl and wife celebrate their wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Barger and daughter of Swea City called on the Sam Medina one day this week. Their son was killed in an airplane crash over San Francisco Bay the same as was the Medins' son, Howard. The cases were ao aarallel that the two families thought that they would like to talk to each other. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Brlggs and Jieir son, ArJen, returned Friday Erom East Okbboji where they lad spent a six day vacation. The Briggs' other child, Mavis, returned Sunday from Okobojl, where she had been with the Merle Pot- ;er family, Arlen has maintained a shoe shining business this summer and has made quite a success of it. "Dick" Lund, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lund, graduated from the School of P.harmacy at Drake University, Des Moines, August 26, and expects to go into army service soon. Dick won the Merck Award for receiving the second highest grades in all branches of the course. Dick has worked his way through the four year course and certainly deserves credit for his enterprise and industry. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Duwainc Redfield are parents of a son, Duwaine Arthur, born Monday, August 23, at the Coleman Hospital at Estherville. The mother before her marriage was Frances Shultz of Estherville. Clark is now stationed in New Caledonia in the South Pacific. He was employed at Borchardt's Drug Store before leaving for the service, and Frances was employed at the Algona Co-op Creamery. , Jack Cooper, son of Mr. and and Mrs. Jack Cooper, has been transferred from Camp White, Oregon, to the University of Indiana at Bloomington, Indiana. Jack passed some army specialist training tests at Stanford University near San Francisco, Calif., and was sent to Indiana for an 18 months' course in engineering. Jack has had no previous training. He entered the service in November of last year, and after seven months in the infantry, he was raised to a corporal. Jack was home on furlough in June. News Items of Wesley Vicinity Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Goslin of Woden, were Sunday evening callers at the Julius Kunz home. The Don White family of Des Moines were weekend visitors a I her parental Wallace Benton home. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Wester ro- ceived word lately that their son, Baftan Karl, has been commissioned major. He is stationed in South Carolina. ' I. C. Hospers of the Wesley News-World, spent the weekend at Iowa City, visiting his daughter, Muriel, who is employed as linotypist there. The C. D. of A., held their silver anniversary party in the Parish hall, Wednesday evening. Following an evening's entertainment, a pot luck lunch was served. A large crowd of ladies attended the food shower for the Sisters Sunday afternoon in the Parish hall. Following a social afternoon a pot luck lunch was served. Don Kennard and Wally Christensen began working for the Cooperative Elevator and Lumber company, Monday. Kennard replaces Ed Carman as truck operator. Mildred Funnemark has signed a contract to teach in the Burl public school. She will teach home economics and junior high. Mildred taught at Little Rock, last year. Guests over the weekend at the George Ward home were their two little grandsons Monte and Bobby Haag, of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haag were in Des Moines on business. . Mrs. Sam Alne accompanied the folks to Story City, where she is spending a week with her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Espe and with her mother, Mrs. Anna Seiverseike. Mrs. James Silbaugh accompanied Mrs. Tom Forburger, Ruth, and Mrs. Joe Krupts to Mason City, Monday, where Mrs. Sil- bough and Mrs. Forburger had medical checkups. Mrs. Oliver Young was taken to | the Mercy hospital in Mason City Monday. She had returned from there seven weeks ago following a major operation. Her condition was not satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gesme and family of Lake Mills were Monday evening dinner guests at the L. 1. tease home. The ladies are sis- :ers. Earl Gesme stayed for a week's visit with his cousin, Loren Lease. The Wesley Tigers downed the Rock nine, 9-0, here Sunday afternoon. The last game of the season will be played here Sunday when Lotts Creek crosses bats with these Tigers. Hill and Johnson were the battery. Ruth Forburger, Theresa Lickteig and Helen Arent returned home the later part of last week from Cedar Falls where they had attended the summer school. Mr. Lickteig drove down to get the future school ma'ams. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bebo o: Arizona, visited several days al the parental Oiler Olson home last week. They went on to Waterloo for a visit, leaving their two small children, Barbara and Buddy at the Olson home. Lavon Gerdes, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ihno Gerdes, left Wednesday for North Hampton, Mass., where she will receive her basic training as a' WAVE. She graduated from .the University of Minnesota this spring. Jane Eisenbacher writes her folks, the I. E. Eisenbachers that she has recently completed a six weeks business course^ and has a position in the American Bajnk at Los Angeles. Her sister, Then- la, who is a nurse, rooms with her there. Sister Luke and Evelyn Hanig of Dubuque, spent several days over the weekend here with relatives. Sister Luke is a daughter of Mrs. Pauline Hanig and a sister of George and Leo Hanig. Evelyn is a daughter of the late Jake Hanigs. Mary A4ine Kun? went to Holy 2ross, Indiana, last week to visit 'riends and classmates of the St. Mary Academy, that she attended a year ago. Mrs, Julius ftyw went ;o Chicago Monday evening and returned with Mary Adine, Wed^ ates a hardware store here. Arlene Studer is caring for the household duties. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Nelson entertained as their dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nelson and family, the I. E Eisenbacher family Mrs. Anna McBreen, Margaret and James, and Mrs. Rose Nelson of Livermore. It was a birthday honor to Margaret McBreen. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Lease, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hildman went to Des Moines Saturday evening. On Sunday Mr. Lease, eighth district commander, attended a' State Executive Board meeting of the Legion. Hildmans went to Peila to see their son Larry, who is a naval air cadet there. Wayne Christensen returned over the weekend from Spokane, Wash., where he- had gone last week to enlist in the Seabees and has a rating of machinist male 2nd class. He will spend an eight day furlough here with his wife and with his parents, the Forrest Christensens before going to Vir- [inia. Jack Long returned to his du ties as manager of the Counci Oak store Monday after an illnes of abbut ten days. For the third consecutive mont Bill Guderian is high state car rier boy for increased Sales of th Des Moines Tribune. Bill is th Son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gude rian and is a hustler. Marilyn Fuller is spending thi week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fuller. Marilyn i with the Federal Security Admin istration in Indiana. Jim Shroye: of Indiana is also a guest at the Fuller home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schwicgcr and son, Bobby, of Fort Dodgs were calling on Algona friends Wednesday. The Schwiegers have been living in Idaho where Mr. Shwieger was in defense work. He was with the Leighton Supply Co. prior to that time. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Downey ant children are vacationing thi:- week and spending a few days a Bancroft. F. L. Rathan, of Humboldt, is in charge of the meat department at the Hood store during Joe's absence. Mr. Rathan is the manager of the Hood meat department at Humboldt. Mart, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A Schemel, is on a geology tour in Canada with Prof. Wilson of the geology department at Coe College and a group of seven other Coe students. They are expected home Sunday after being gone a little more than two weeks. They were recently heard from at Nipigon, Ontario. Patricia McEnroe will be home Saturday for about two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs John McEnroe. She has been doing government work since the close of the six weeks' summer school at Briarcliff College in Sioux City. She expects ta return September 14 for the opening of the college. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hermanson leave today for Fergus Falls Minn., where Mrs. Hermanson expects to make her home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. V. C Jensen. "Hermie," who has been employed the past few years at the Gamble store, expects to be inducted soon. Prior to that time he and Mrs. Hermanson will spend several days at Ottertail Lake. Mrs. Chas. Lathrop has arrived from Salem, Oregon, where she spends most of the year, and has opened her house on East State street. She is spending part of her time in Humboldt with relatives. Her daughter, Mrs. Dwight Parsons, recently moved from Salem to Seattle, Washington, where Dwight is stationed. The Parsons and Helen Corey recently got together for a Sunday afternoon visit. Helen is with the Federal Public Housing Authority there. j COAL NEWS | H We have either on track at our yards or will have within a s 5 few days. S H 120 tons of Superior Block Coal. JH H 50 tons of Standard Briquets. S H 50 tons of Indiana Lump Coal. jj= S —and we have in storage for delivery 1000 tons of high grade H 1 fuel. ' {§ H Place your orders for Coal and we will deliver as fast as H |j we can. Avoid trouble that winter will bring. H | Phone 229 £ ' ••• F. S. Norton & Son | iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiH 3Vfr. and Mrs- Walt Drummer and two of their children went to Marshalltown Friday for a few days visit withi relatives. The other two qhildren were at their maternal grandparents, jap. Weiss. Buddy Studer w§f chjre boy during Walt's ebsenpe. A bouncing nine pound baby girt, W u |p TO to 'Ifo WBJr§?f. l . Hoot Sunday evening in foe ' u ~-"- f ift.Hwaa W Cheerioats, 2 for 25c Post Toasties, 3 for ....25c Wheaties 8c ' Crackers, 2 Ibs ,....18c Matches, 6 boxes 19c Clorox, % gal 29c Oxydol 21c P. & G. Soap, 10 bars....47c Lewis Lye, 3 cans 25c Salt, 10 Ib. sack 19c Corn Starch >. 7c Gloss Starch 7c Macaroni, 2 Ibs 21 c Mayflower TOMATOES NO. can No. can Mayflower PEARS In Syrup 29c KRAUT In glass jars No Points Quart jar I5c Whole PEACHES In Syrup No - 2% 21 c FLASH! CARLOAD of COLORADO ELBERTA ''•:?•• can Heinz Steak Sauce 8 oz. bottle I9c MAYFLOWER COCOA 2 Ib. package JACK SPRAT CANNED MILK 3 tall cans CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE 1 Ib. package CHOCOLATE CREAM COFFEE 1 Ib. package /-. JACK SPRAT PANCAKE FLOUR 3% Ib. package 23c 25c 28c 28c 15c Sugar CORN Mayflower TOMATOES North Star PEAS Mayflower GREEN AND WAX BEANS NO. 2 CANS EACH 12c PORK LIVER .... PICNIC HAMS ...„ WIENERS ENP CUT PORK CHOPS Ib. 18c 4b, 27c Ib. 28c NOW ON SALE Per Box These are not CHEAP LOVELL VARIETY. They are G E N UIN EJ FULL PACK COLORADO ELBERTA PEACHES. * THIS wffl be the LOWEST PRICE this season and YOU MUST SHO£ EARLY for. size selection. : ' ^^>:-',-• :--•• ' YOUR KRIEND AT MEALTHVIE t , -r, i(> _ „ - ,, .»& ..a •./.^""T.^ *?> .<£•??!: ' ,j.r3Jii£&i$m

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