The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 9, 1943
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Hie Alg«na Upp«r DM Moines, Algona, Iowa, September ft, 1643 UNION MOTHERS ^ AND DAUGHTERS CLUB IN PICNIC '•; Union: With ideal.picnic weather the members of the tJnion Mothers and Daughters club and their families enjoyed a picnic dinner and outing at the Call State park Sunday, 40 persons attending. Games and races and a spelling contest filled the afternoon program. At the close Mrs. Fred Will gave a few remarks on her recent trip to Treasure Island where she visited her son, Seaman Milton Will. One of the interesting remarks was In regard to a zoo in San Francisco, which is filled with vicious 1 animals. Everything is in readiness to shoot the animals in case the city is ever bombed, to prevent further calamity by the animals in case they are loosed from their dens. She advised people not to travel unless absolutely necessary as travel nowadays Is all that they claim it is. She estimated at least 2,000 people were ion their train when they entered San Francsico. Mrs. Sadie Schenck, who is here visiting from Minneapolis, attended the picnic. The committee in charge was Mr. ant Mrs. Robert Leason and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gardner. Fred Davis has rented a farm a mile and one half east of Burt where he and his family will move March 1. Mrs. A. W. Lindsley and son Terence of Fort Dodge ware guests from Saturday until Tuesday at the Louis Bode home. Chas. Geilenfeldt has rented the former Kenyon farm which Walter Heerdt will vacate March 1 The Geilenfeldts are tenants on the Mary De Graw farm this year. Mr. ahd Mrs. Arthur Davis returned Monday from visits at Cedar Falls. They visited a daughter, Mrs. Glen Cooksey and family, at Eagle Grove they called on friends. It was their first visit in Cedar Falls in 38 years and they enjoyed the trip. They reported crops parched and things very dry near Clarion. Mrs. Robert Leason and daughter Linda Were dinner guests of Mrs. Anna Leason in Algona last Friday honoring Mrs. John Anderson of Fowler, Colo., who has been a house guest the past week of the Elder Mrs.' Leason. They are old friends. Mrs. Anderson has been at Wesley visiting her daughter, Mrs. Julius Kunz, this summer. Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City. N. Y. Franchised Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co.* of Fort Dodge 3rd WAR LOAN DRIVE ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN l ASSOCIATION is one of Algona's official agencies for sale of Series E War BONDS. We shall count it a privilege to receive your orders and will afford you prompt delivery. ••*?" J. : "• VV, - BUY BONDS - , .- , : ^ "• to Back Up Our Fighting Men to Stop Inflation to „ Provide for your future with the world's best investment. 'Convenient new ground-floor location 110 South Dodge St. Phone 205W H. D. Hutchlns, Secretary-Treas. E. H. Hutchlns, Asst. Sec. Treas. UNION TOWNSHIP FARM SOLD TO G. H. LAGE, EAGLE GROVE Union: The former James Neville farm, 72 acres, now the Wadsworth estate on Highway 18 just west of Algona, has been sold to i G. H. Lage of Eagle Grove who plans to move here March 1. The consideration was $9,000 or $125 per acre. Chris Knudson, who lives on the farm, must move. They may locate in Algona If they can find a suitable home. UNION GIRL COUNSELOR AT STATE TEACHERS Charlene Rath, daughter 'of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rath, left last Friday for Cedar Falls for her second year at the Iowa State Teachers college. She went a few days before the regular college girls as she was chosen Senior Counselor last year. The girls in this council usher in the new college girls. A week at some camp was the part of the entertainment. Four girls who Went Monday to enter the college were Patricia Plumb, a former Union girl, Donna Jean Button and a Valentine girl from Burt and Maxine Flaig from Lone Rock. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rath were Sunday visitors at the Carl Becks at Fairville, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Alt received word that their son, Cpl. Elmer Alt, who had been stationed for several months on the N Hawaiian Islands, had landed at Australia about the middle of August. A thresher party and settle up meeting was held at the Roy Ringsdorf home last Thursday evening. Ice cream and refreshments were enjoyed. This'is the run just north of the Black Cnl. Andrew Beck is now running an implement shop at Estherville. He was assisting his father, Nels Beck, with the farming until about a month ago. Mrs. Beck remained here to keep house for Nels until future plans are made. Mrs. Oscar Anderson has been suffering the past week from an infection In one of her feet. It caused her considerable pain and discomfort but at this writing her condition has improved and it is believed the foot will not need to be lanced. Shirley Peter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Peter, and "Jackie" son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Nauman, are beginners in District No 1. This school, which has been the largest in the township, has 14 pupils and perhaps still holds the title. Last .year there were 21 pupils. Pvt. Howard Sarchet of Brooklyn, N. Y., returned Monday by bus via Des Moines after a 10 day furlough here with his parents, relatives and friends. He was honoree at a dinner at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Presley Sarchet, on Thursday evening of last week and Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sarchet. Robert is Howard's uncle. Howard is taK- ing schooling in basic engineering in New York. Pvt. and Mrs. Wm. Specht were honored guests at a double birthday dinner Sunday, Sept. 5, at the Lawrence Gisch home. Mrs. Specht, the former Fern Gisch, and her husband's birthday anniversaries both fall on the same day of the month. Guests besides the immediate families were Mary Frankl, Mrs. Lucile Johnson and daughter, Beverly Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lichter and family, all of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. John Gisch and daughter Madonna of Union. Pvt. Specht, who has been at Camp Crowder, Mo., has received an honorable discharge from the army. GEORGE LEE, FOUR CORNERS, SUFFERS FRACTURED RIB Four Corners: George Lee hauled bundles at the John Rich farm one afternoon last week with a broken rib. He had quite a lot of pain ahd on going to a doctor it was discovered to be a broken rib. George has been under the weather for the past two weeks and had severe coughing spells. It was thought the broken rib was the result of hard coughintf. He was taped up and is now doing his own work again. KEG. U. S. PAT. OFF. does the trick EASILY T HE magic bl Uni-Tex it »olvlng many dlfll- cult interior painting problem* for painter* and home owner* at great lavlngi in labor and material*. One coat cover* right over all *ur* lace*— caitln— calcimine — wall board— wallpaper — new p)a*tered wall* — old painted wall* or woodwork — cement and brick. Not neceMQTy to warit oii old calcimine or. *i»e or prime any *ur(ape, f|nl*he* to a beauttful flat iurlace that I* *moQth and wathable, Made in whit* and *even color*, Cowan Building Supply Co. Wf p _• 9 -Distributors of Pr»tt * tainbert Points, Varnishes and Enamels, Batch Boy Lead and ready-inixed paints, TJnJ t«x WaUpapers— largest selection in Ifortft Iowa. WORKERS IN WEST DEFENSE PLANT VISIT IN SENECA Seneca: Mrs. Harry Bonnicksen ,he former Mildred Wilberg, accompanied by Mrs. Chalmer Bonnicksen, arrived the early part o: ast week from California, where hey have been employed in an aircraft factory. Husbands of 30th women are in the service Chalmer Bonnicksen being helt irisoner by the Germans. Follow- ng a brief vacation with home 'oiks the women will return to California. Mrs. Alfred Godfredson and Vfrs. La Vern Bryan called on Mrs. Lloyd Godfredson and new son, Robert Allan, at Bancroft Tuesday. Mrs. Jens Petersen entertained Ladies Aid at the Danish churc! east of Ringsted Thursday afternoon. . ._, Lay.onne Madden is spending several days at Minneapolis'where she Is receiving medical treatment. The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club held a surprise farewell party for "Bud" Dotson who will leave soon for military training. ' Mrs. Ray Osbor'n, Mrs. Francis Foley and Tina Jensen attended Auxiliary meeting at the Bierstedt home at Lone Rock Wednesday. The Modern Mixer club met at the Roy and Caleb Hartshorn home last week Wednesday. Mrs. Art Paulson had charge of the entertainment. Mrs. La Vern Bryan and children of Stickney, South Dakota, arrived a week ago last Friday for a visit With her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Godfredsen. Mrs. Orville Miller, who was a patient at the General Hospital at Algona, returned to her home a week ago Sunday, showing some improvement, but has to remain in bed for the time being. Eugene, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schmidt, is spending a three weeks vacation with his parents. Eugene is attending Lawrence college at Dubuque. Enroute home LONE ROCK NEWS Mrs. Jessie Stebritz of Mason City spent Sunday here with her mother, Mrs. Kate Hawks. Misses Maxine Flaig and Charlene Rath left for Cedar Falls Monday where they will attend college. Miss Verdabelle Thomsen returned to Albert Lea the first of the week to continue her nurses training. \ Mrs. Melvin Hawks and family took Wayne Hawks to his home at Spirit Lake. Friday, returning home Sunday, ' Seaman Warren (Jack) Marlow returned to his crew at San Francisco last Wednesday after a furlough at the Lem Marlow home. Charles Zeller, Bricelyn, Minn., spent several days of last week at the Frederick Schult? home. Qharles has joined the navy will report for duty soon. Mrs. Michael Carroll and sons returned to their home at Spring Valley, 111., Friday after five weeks at the Henry Schrqeder home and with other relatives at Burt and Fenton. • Mrs. Ed Ohm and daughter, Isabelle, accompanied the Wm. E. Schmidts of Fenton to Fairmont Tuesday where they visited Mrs; Virgil Zweifel, a patient at the Fairmont clinic. Mrs. Alfred Schulte an* son Harry Gene of N?«t Springs and Jesse Blanchard of Ames spent the week-end at the J. M, Blenchard home. Mr- and Mrs. Chester Alme ant} Shirley of Otteson were dinner guests at the Blanchard home Sundjy. The Legion Auxiliary met at the home o| jflrs, Hjy Bierg^t Wedr nesday afternoon. The unit bets ordered Christmas cjurds ta be sold. The Ostpber meeting will je held at the h.ome of Mrs. Fred served to he visited Bob Burwash, who is in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg called at the H. N. Wilberg home at Ringsted Wednesday evening and visited with Lieut. Norman Wilberg of Battle Creek, Mich,, who is enjoying a 15 day furlough with home folks. Noradel Dotson has been enjoying a vacation with home folks. She will leave soon for . Mason City where she has accepted a position. Noradel has been taking business training at Hamilton Business college, Mason City. August Bierstedt, Jr., submitted to an appendectomy at the Kossuth Hospital at Algona last week Monday night. His condition was reported as satisfactory and he was expected to be brought home the early part of this week. The Seneca Thursday club held a "Hobo Party" at the river last week Thursday. The afternoon was spent playing games after which refreshments were served "hobo style," being in paper sacks. The Jolly Jokers club planned a similar party to be held at the same place on Friday. Mrs. Wm.,v Gilchrist and son spent the past week with an aunt, Mrs. Mary Jepperson, at Cedar Falls, Iowa. Mrs. Gilchrist will take over the matron's duty at the Seneca Teacherage, beginning this week Monday. Mrs. Alfred Peterson had charge the past week. Threshing was finally wound up for the season at the Wm. Drayton farm last Thursday. Unusual weather conditions caused them to take nearly five weeks to. thresh nine jobs. Melvin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Walker, who was taken to the Kossuth Hospital last week following a severe hemorrhage caused by stomach ulcers, is now at home and able to be up and around. Mrs. Arnee Pedersen and son Bobby of Algona spent from Thursday until Sunday at the parental Ray Smith home. Mrs. Pederson and son plan to leave the 23rd to join Lieut. Pedersen at San Francisco, Calif. They intend to fly out. Mrs. Pedersen was doing some canning which she intends to ship out. Arne is ^. ;f; x;Pleasmg; ; *V;; V\"! *' V v'/£'' ;'*'*-\ ''.: '., "A Girl Can't be W "That's why I take our car to the Phillips 66 Station every week for a check-up ... to help keep it running its best" "Mx family just can't afford to be without a car. Dad and Jimmy depend on it to get tbero to worlj, Mom and I need it for shopping. So I make it my business to see ibat our car is well cared for." "And it's certainly good to know • I don't have to be a big customer at our Phillips 66 Dealer's in order to take advantage of all his car-saving services. Even though' our car may not need any gas at the time, I drive in pnce a week for a check-Up of (ires, battery, radiator .and Jubrica- ' ' lion. The Phillips man is always cheerful and obliging." ' "From now on ... for the duration , . . we're depending on our r Phillips Dealer to help us Care for s our Car for our Country." FOR VICTORY...Buy U.S. War Savings Bonds and Stamps —HOURS O*' SERVICE— ^~ Mou., Tues., Wed., Tlmrs., Fri ............ ------ ........ 7:30 ».«.-6:SO pan. Saturday ............................... ................................. 9:00 ».ra.-9:0'0 pan. ;0p p.n». AMENDED ORDER NO. 99 PROHIBITS US FBOM GIYINQ CREDIT TO AJ4; HOlPEflS OF A, B AND C CARDS APTHOBIgED P. ft A. TIRE INSPECTION HARMS §PPiR SERVICE STATION ^ Alf OH» stationed at an airfield near San Francisco. Phyllis Rich gave a farewell party Sunday afternoon at the home of her parents, for Doris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Drayton. Doris finished school at Algona High this spring and plans to leave Friday for Mercy hospital at Davenport for nurses training. She plans to specialize in maternity cases. A gift was given by the girls and ice cream and cake was served by the hostess. Delia, daughter of Mr. and and Mrs. Everett Witham, was taken to the McCreery hospital at Whittemore last week Tuesday morning. It was thought she was suffering from an attack of ap- pedicitis. In the afternoon Dr. McCreery took her to the Kossuth hospital in Algona. A consultation was held and it was diagnosed as liver and kidney trouble. Delia had a hard fall some time ago when she fell from a pony and has trouble with her side and back since. She was brought home and spent three days in bed, and at present is able to attend school where she is a senior. ST, BENEDICT SERVES lift St. Benedict—More than 190ft plates were served at the St. Benedict chicken dinner Sundflf evening and the Ladies' Guild cleared over $1500. A bazaar wot also held in connection with the dinner. The Rosary Society waa sponsor of the event. Mrs. Mary Penton is president, Mrs. Henry Arndorfer, vice president, and Mrs. Chas. Nelson, secretary find treasurer. Frank Macumber, employed nt Waterloo, came home Friday for a visit. P@UHCII|QAK STORES VU ^^^Bj^^^^^~- ---iiui.-_i..i-_ _^nlil ^^B^^M/BM -.— --. ^^^^^^f -_-• i i ' .1 - ' .-.--.--i-"-- r T-•_• ' ' n ^^^^ ~ y&^» - Uj *^^ YOUR FRIEND^^AT MEALTIME FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 AND 11 Superb CITRUS MARMALADE A Pure Fruit Product. Made from Oranges, Grapefruit and Sugar. Buy an extra dozen or more to stock your fruit cellar. 2-Pound Jar ALMOST OVER:The 1943 Canning: Season is fast coming to a close. Complete y»ur Home Canning while fancy, firm fruit is still available. Make y«ur personal inspection and selection •f the fallowing at Coancil Oak. ' Elberta Peaches Bartlett Pears Oregon Prunes COLORADO CABBAGE, Pound 4£c ICEBERG LETTUCE, Large Head He PASCAL CELERY, Green Type, Stalk .. I5c FANCY LARGE LEMONS, 6 for ...... I9c JERSEY SWEET SPUDS, 2 Lbs 25c RED MALAGA GRAPES, Lb. I5c Algona Creamery Butter, Ib. 45c 5 Ib. Pail Strained Honey $1.19 Nancy Ann "Enriched" BREAD 24 S e .. 110 Robb-Ross Angel Food CAKE FLOUR Command recognition' as an ex- PKG. pert cake maker . . . buy this ^^^^ guaranteed eake flour and fol- ^£^£Q low recipes on the carton. ^••i CVTDAAT FANIBY PKLDK. a Oa. <V CAIIfAul Imitation Vanilla Q Bot. / Q Ma Brown Whole Wheat BREAD MSST.. 150 First Prize MEALY BEANS, 2 Lbs. . 19' |uHft BEANS, 2 Lb 2 T CLAPP'S BABY FOOD Wheat Cereal and Inst. Oatmeal 270 Gedney's DILL PICKLES, Gallon Jug 99° Double Duty Jelly and Juice Glasses, Doz. 35° I CEREALS | KELLOGG'S CORN Flakes, il-oi. pkg. .8c POST BRAN " Flakes, 8-oz. pkg. ... 9c Grape-Nuts Flakes, 7-oz. pkg. .. 9c Quaker Muffets, package ... 9e Miller's Wheat Flakes, pkg. . IQc Nabisco Shredded Wheat.pkg. I2c Superb Rolled Oats, 3 Ib. pkg. 2lc Post Tens, pkg. ... 22c Washes Windows Without Water 6-oz. Bottle...15c VANBSH The new scientific preparation for cleaning toilet bowls. Overcomes offensive odors when used as directed on the label. Also Used for Cleaning Auto Radiators Per Can . . 24° TAG-CUT 'Fine Blend' COFFEE Drip or Regular Grind £..30c Exchange the empty bags .for 22 carat Gold Pattern Dishes. Lb. 29c Superb Fruit Cocktail No. 1 Tall Can 17c 2 Ib. Jar Butter Nut Coffee 61c COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS Standing Rib Beef Roasf Found, 33c and 31 CHUCK ROAST, Lb* 28c & 26c FORK BACK BONES, Found ie SLICED BEEF LIVER, Pound ... .2Sc Pickle and Pimento Loaf, Found ,,33c Macaroni and Cheese Loaf, Pound . .33c VEAL LOAF, Pound 33c SUMMER SAUSAGE, Found 986 STEAK Sirloin and Short Outs Per Pound . 39c Per Poundi FANCY SLICED BACON ,39c FANCY HAMS Skinned, Smoked »nd GOLDEN CORN ....... ..... .. No. I COT I3c SWIFT'S POTTED MEAT, Nt. i Can . . . . . .7c -_ - J ____- T - ._...- -.„.-,...... ________ ..JHlH-IJJII.J-l-ILI-in. L--.. ..-1111.--. ' _____ -•-._ * ___ WPERB EVAP. MIIK, T«H Cm. . . .... . .» TOH4TO JUKE SUNSWEET PRUNES sfeir ATTEIVTION 11/r FARMDRl: " t-- FOR Yl iKi

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