The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 2, 1943 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 2, 1943
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The Algoftft Upper Des Moines, Algona* Iowa* Stepteitttoef 2, 1943 FORMER UNION BOY RECEIVES AWARD FOR ARMY RECORD Uniori~-Mr. and Mrs. Clair Winkle received a campaign rib- bbn in the form of a bar pin that had recently been won by their son Wallace, private first class, a former Union boy, and who received it in recognition for service in the African, Middle Eastern, • war theater. He saw actions in the north African battles and is with the Signal corp in the famous 34th division which was given much credit With the successful battles in that region. The Winkies have another son, Sayre, who is now attending the University of Kentucky at Lexington, where he is specializing in chemical engineering. His course will perhaps continue there for six months. Sayre attended the' State college et Ames before being taken into war service. Francis Platt M. C. 3/c of Port Colombus, Ohio, visited a former class mate, Robert Bode, last Wednesday. Betty and Letty Sarchet, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Boy Sarchet, are making plans on entering Iowa State college at Ames, this fall. The Mothers and Daughters Club will hold their annual picnic on Sunday, Sept. 5, at Call State Park, Algona, at 12:30 p. m. Members should bring a covered dish, sandwiches and own dishes. The committee this year Is Mrs. Robert Leason and Mrs. Floyd Gardner. Ray Besch left Tuesday for entrance into the navy. The Besch's had been residing in an apartment at the Jack Grandjenette home in Union. Mrs. Besch, the former Ida Stoppel and their small daughter will continue to 'reside there during her husband's absence. Anthony, Mrs. Besch's brother, left Sunday. The Tom Trenarys entertained the members of their threshing crew Friday. THE FASHION YOU NEED MOST You can make it an entire wardrobe if necessary: and certainly you'll wear it more than any other clothes you own! These ARE good suits — good enough to look smart for years! 14.95 34.50 Kresensky's LET'S GO, MATEY! Firetruck Red Sailor Blue - Black, Brown, or Oxford Gray Welt coat in Melton cloth j three button, single breasted; simulated patch pockets. 29.75 We've gone the" popular pea^acket one better^ and done an interpretation in full Jength-^-fo you anti your sailor-beau can both be warm doing the town on his shore leave! We've other interpretations ojf the casual coat for siges 12-20. Kresensky's GEORGE SCHULTZ, OF WHIHEMORE, GETS HIP INJURY Whittemore — George Schultz, returned home from Marion, South Dakota, Saturday evening. tor. Schultz had the misfortune to fall from a triple wagon box while threshing at the Fred Kollasch farm. He drove the team onto the dump and for some reason the mechanism didn't catch and the front enc of the wagon dropped down with a crash and the team dragged the wagon and George out of the driveway with him laying on the doubletrees. Mr. Kollasch owned the team and the instant he called "Whoa," the team stopped. Mr. Schultz received an injury to his hip and also an Xray showed that a piece of the pelvis borie was split. He will be Unable to do any hard work for some time. Cpl. Maynard Roeber, from Lincoln, Neb., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Roeber. 'A large number of people from St. Paul's Lutheran church attended the installation of the Rev. A. H. Otto at Lotts Creek Sunday afternoon. Dorothy Braatz, returned home' from Milwaukee, Wis., Wednes- day morning of last week. She spent most of the summer with relatives in Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert and daughter, Verdell, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zumach and sony Allen and Wilma Dau spent the Week end at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. WillianY Nissen of Renwlck, were Sunday visitors at the George Meyer home. Mr. Nissen's mother, Mrs. Louisa Nissen, is making her home with the Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Barber and family, drove to Woonsocket, and Artesian, South Dakota, Wednesday, and returned home this week Tuesday. They visited with Mr. Barber's parents at Artesian, and with Mrs. Barber's relatives at Woonsocket. Ila Mae Vaux and Irene Jurgens of West Bend, spent Friday evening until Saturday morning with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith. They were enroute home from Mason City, where they spent several days visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ross and son Allen called for them Saturday forenoon. Pfc. Bert Seeley called over long distance Sunday afternoon to the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley, and luckily Mrs. Bert Seeley was at the home of her in-laws so they all had a real conversation with Mr. Seeley. Bert will graduate from sheet metal work next Sunday, September 5, which he is taking up at Chanute Field, 111. ROSETTA GIFFORD, BURT, WED TO ROBT. BLUMER, JR., LUVERNE Burt-— Rosetta Glfford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Gifford and Robert Blumer, Jr., son ol Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blumer, oJ LuVerne, were married at eighl o'clock Sunday evening at St John's Lutheran church, the Rev, L. Richmann performing the single ring ceremony. The bride wore a floor length sheer white gown, trimmed with lace insertions, and a finger-tip length veil. She had a bouquet of Johanna Hill pink roses and wore a pearl necklace, the gift of the bridegroom. She was attended by her sister, Alvira Gifford, who was maid oj honor, and by Esther Blumer, sister of the bridegroom, as bridesmaid. The former wore a floor length sheer dress of blue, while the latter wore a -similar dress ol pink. Both carried bouquets of gladioli and asters. The bridegroom was attended by Lester Hintz, of Livermore Lucille Gifford and Beverly Blumer, sisters of the bride and groom, acted as flower girls. They wore yellow dresses and carried baskets of flowers. Mrs. Free Hintz, Livermore, a cousin of the bride, 'played the wedding march The choir sang "The Lord is My Shepherd" and "Lord, Who at Cana's Wedding Feast." • After the ceremony a reception was held in the church basement at which nearly a hundred relatives and friends were guests Waitresses were Alvina and Caroline Hasse, Ruth Carter, Margarel Reimers, Helen Rachut, and Dorothea Lavrenz. The young couple will be at home on a farm near Livermore. The Fortnightly club will meet at Mrs. W. W. Boettcher's Friday afternoon. The Presbyterian Mite Society met last week Wednesday at the home of Mrs. W. W. Boettcher, with Mrs. H. O. Buell and Mrs. Floyd Duncan as hostesses. Ruth Hasse left Monday for Iowa City, where she is taking nurses' training, after a month's vacation here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hasse. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bolie visited relatives at Wapello last week. Monday they moved into their new home, which they recently bought from LeRoy Burger. Mrs. George Manus and son, Larry, visited from Friday to Sunday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Philip Puffer, at Corwith. Mr. Manus went after them Sunday. Mrs. C. W. Reynolds and son, Gary, the Herman Bussies, and Ves Robinsons, Bancroft, attended a family gathering the August Bellinger home in Algona, Sunday. Mrs. Howard Lunsman and baby, Mason City, spent last week at the home of her parents, , Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Kollasch. Mrs. Fred Lehmann also visited there last week. •Mrs. G. H. McMullen and son, Jerry, took Lura Sewick to Forest City, Saturday, where she teaches again this year. -Mrs. McMullen and Jerry visited the L. E. Roet- mans there. Mrs. Tressie Ringsdorf and granddaughter, Margaret Ringsdorf, left Saturday for McFarland, Calif., where Mrs. Ringsdorf will spend the winter and Margaret expects to work, Mr.' and Mrs. J. P, Stow left Tuesday for Louisville, Ky., where they will spend a couple of weeks with their daughter, Mrs. Clifford Parrish, before going to Pensacola, Fla., to spend the winter, The Bryce Wicketts returned Saturday from the southern part of the state, where they have been spending the summer, Mr. Wickett has been working at Ankenyi The Wicketts are . moving into Lura Bewick's downstairs apartment. • I4eut. and, Mrs. Calvin Bristpw and little daughter left Saturday for Fort Knox, Ky., where Lieut. Bristow is an instructor, He had spent a week's furlough here. They were to stop at Readlyn on their way to see Lieut. Brisfejw's sister, TheUna. firistpw. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Bewick and Mr. and Mrs. Jay P. Graham and daughters, Helen, and Mrs. Don Graves, spent Sunday at the Harvey Graham home at Eagle Grove. Relatives from Webster City met them there, also the John.Em- merts, Mason City. Mrs. Graves went home from there with the goods there and visited Mr. Holding's brother, Curtis, and family. Albert Manus returned Monday and will be here for a time until he can dispose of his business here. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bahling, Merwyn, John and Mrs. J. J. John spent Sunday at the R. S. John home at Elmore, Minn. Donald John, second son of the R. S. Johns, has joined the Merchant Marines and is to report for duty at San Diego, Calif., Sept 10. Donald, who is a graduate of the Burt high school came home with the Bahlings for a few days visit with Burt friends. Mrs. F. L. Pratt, Mrs. C. C. Smith and Mrs. Ed Weiske spent the weekend in Des Molnes. Mrs. E. C. Nelson accompanied thehi to Ames, where she is visiting friends Roberta Schmidt, who had spent a week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Moore, returned with them to her home at Bode. Mrs. Weiske visited her husband, who is in the Veteran's Hospital, where he recently had an operation for ulcers of the stomach. Grant News Earl Colwell of Humboldt visited friends and relatives here Sun* day. Ed Junkermier recently purchased 40 acres of land west o, Burt. Corp. Norman Boever has returned to camp after a ten day's furlough. Evelyn Angle is staying with Mrs. Mable Mino and attending school here. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnuson are the parents of a baby girl, born August 24. Mrs. John Drew and baby girl arrived home from the Fairmont hospital, Sunday. Darwin Dunn spent several days last week at the Frank Kollasch home near Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gretellot of near Elmore, were Sunday dinner guests at the David Farrow home. *" Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Godfredson of Bancroft are the parents of a baby boy. Mrs. Godfredson is the former Ardys Tjensvold. Mrs. Frank Boever, who has From where I sit.... oe Marsh. , We were sittin' on Bill Webster's back porch Saturday complaining of the heat. "Reckon this is the hottest day on record," Homer Bentley observes. "And tho thirstiest," says Bill, taking a long draught of buttermilk. ,_. That got us on the subject of thirst-quenchers - and Bill allowed as how nothing was as cooling as a tall, cold glass of buttermilk. Thad Phibbs and I both voted for a glass p' cool refreshing beer. Dan Miles said he'd take iced tea, "with a sprig o' mint in it." "Anyway," says Bill, "we all got a right to our own tastes ... and that ought to leave everybody happy." And from where I sit, Bill's right. It's a small point of course -but tolerance of what the other fellow likes-and his right to enjoy it-whether it's buttermilk or beer-is the important thing in any argument No. 66 of a Series Copyright, 1943, Brewing Industry Foundation Wonted-Men and Women TO HELP HARVEST the largest crop of poultry ever raised in Kossuth $ county. In response to the government's request for more poultry producers in our county responded 100 per cent. Uncle Sam wanted and needs poultry and eggs for the army, navy, and lend-lease. It is our patriotic duty to process these products so they are available as food to these branches. This is a defense industry and is considered es-4 sential. Our boys need these vital food products. You will receive good wages plus time and one- half extra overtime while serving in a patriotic duty. Keep our boys well fed. : ( i i... i Swift & Company E. State St. See C. S. Kurtz, Mgr. fhe Albert Manus family moved to Milwaukee, Wis., Itidssy night, where they expect to make Dramatic hats like these — make the most of the simplest costume! Hand detailed, they're typical of our new * season collection. 3.95 Felt hat in off-the- face silhouette, with self"WlngB tucked. Satin, draped, and shirred into & beeonv? ing bonnet silhouette. ™^^ ^^w^RBP „ ^i^F ^Pjj^ ^I^F SPr^W^^jppflBUB ilpBj^^Bf i(B^ ' been staying at the Rochester hospital with her husband, returned home Thursday. Mr. Boever is improving rapidly. Jean Waterbury returned' to her home in Humboldt the latter part of the week, after undergoing an appendectomy at the Fort Dodge hospital; Her many friends here, wish her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Wm. Rich, who has been visiting with Mrs. Rhoda Dunn, returned Saturday to her home near Algona. Mary Dunn remained in Algona to spend several days visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Graham attended a dinner Sunday at the Wm. Speicker home near Ledyard, honoring Gladys, Speicker, who will leave soon for the WAVES. Gladys was a graduate of Grant High School and has been employed in Hurt. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gould, of Grove City, Minn., came last Friday for a visit with Albert's brothers Kenneth and Sylvester Arndofer, of Union, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arndofer, of Cresco township. They came their sons, Ronald, who startl school Monday and hid brothe*. spent most of the summer with their grandparents,* the Arndort* ers. Homeless Children Ask You to Iowa's Own BUY A TAG Saturday, September 4 to Help the Iowa Children's Home Society In its homefinding work — 350 Children under care Non Sectarian Voluntary Gifts A*d Scute ^Ue, Wholesale Way FOR POST'S 8 OZ. PKG. APPETITES RICH FULL FLAVOR CONSUMERS OATMEAL Jumbo 48 oz. Pkg. 20-oz. Pkg.... 9c BRAN FLAKES .. 9c KELLOGG'S 12 OZ. PKG. 1 Shredded Wheat 10c MILLERS 11 OZ. PKG. Corn Flakes 2-15c FOOD PkgJ SAVE ON QUALITY BRANDS IFLOURI CONSUMERS*] fiO 49 Lb. Bag I • V V Kitchen Pride $1701 49 Lb. Bag 1.19 Witt. ' Consumers Coffee I Taste the Difference Save'the Difference I Lb. Bag Genuine Bail Mason FRUIT JARS (Its. 69c JAR RINGS s 4 n 15c RICH FULL FLAYOU KITCHEN PRIDE COFFEE 27c 1 lb. Glass Jar SO RICH IT WHIPS CONSUMERS MILK 3 Cans25C SAVE fflBE Stokelys BABY FOOD 1 ™ 1 " Can 5 1 /2C TOMATO JUICE • stokdy " m • Can 6 Points. 23c TOMATO JUICE FRUIT COCKTAIL T9c PAI DCII flADII Delmonte 16 oz. Can O UULilEH UUHH 14 Points ____________________ LFor ACDADAAIICOceanCliff 16oz. Can MOrHltliUUO i2 Points ___________________________________ Whole Kernel Corn- FITMIETABLESI - 5 12 1 / 2 c APPLES - - -5 pounds 25c WATERMELONS - - 49c and 59c IDAHO RUSSET POTATOES - 10 Ibs. 59c LUG PEARS - BOX PEACHES - BUSHEL PEACHES FRIDAY and SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3rd « 4th WE SAVE YOU NONEY KEEP 'EM LAYING TO BRING YOU

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