The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1943 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1943
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She Alfdfift tfepir fees Afofne*, Atfoiii, IdWi, 18,1143 SWEA CITY BOND DRIVE WORKERS NEAR QUOTA GOAL Swea City—The third war bond drive opened at the Legion hail here Thursday forenoon at 9 o'clock and at 9 o'clock that evening $20,000 had been signed for bonds. The quota is $34,000 but there were some forty contacts hadn't been made during the day and which would have topped the goal easily. Chairman L. M. Johnson is highly pleased with the co-operation given by the workers throughout the day. They were Postmaster Ida E. Larson, Theatre Manager Jeff Hanifan, W. L. Carlson, Guy Peterson, Sam Rystad, Bill Buyer, Roy Nichols and Art Collins. Miss Grace Roba, teacher at Dows, spent the week-end here with her parents, Mr. and Mvs. Harold Roba. A Red Cross Sewing meeting was held Friday night at the Martin Dahl home. Hospital garments are being made. Ensign John Roths, former instructor in the Swea City high school, has been transferred from Florida to Del Monte, Calif., where he will teach cadets in a navy school. Martin Nelson is quite ill at his rooms over the store where he was in business for many years. At this writing, Monday, it was expected that he would be taken to Iowa City for treatment. Myron Johnson reported that the honor roll board will be completed this week. It is located between two evergreens in the small park back of the bank. At this writing all that remains to be done is the arrangement of lighting. Mr. and Mrs. George Wicker, former residents of this vicinity, visited during the week at the John Krebsbach and Carl Anderson homes. From here they went to visit her sister in Minnesota. The Wickers report Pocahontas county as being badly in need of rain. A smaller number than usual of our young people entering college this year is noticeable. Jean Erickson and Inez Larson left last week for enrollment at I.S.T.C. at Cedar Falls, Phyllis Anderson is at St. Peter and Kathryn Tweeten left Monday to enter St. Olaf's at Northfield, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Henderson, Austin, Minn., spent the week end at the Herman Neitzt-1 home. Mrs. Henderson remained for a longer visit with her parents. Pepsi-Cola Company, Lone Island City. N. Y. Franchised Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Dodge The Backing of Friends Is always a mighty source of strength, both morally and financially. And the management of Algona National Farm Loan Association has every reason to feel grateful for tho support of its many friends, to whom it owes its growth and success. BUT THIS IS A MUTUAL PROPOSITION, because ALGONA NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION IS ALWAYS IN A POSITION TO HELP ITS MEMBERS AND FRIENDS. IT AND ALL THE PARTS OF THE FEDERAL FARM LOAN SYSTEM HAVE BEEN DEVELOPED WITH THIS VERY PURPOSE IN VIEW, IN ADDITION to long-term, low interest loans, (our borrowers are paying ZV^% these days) with most liberal prepayment privileges; the BORROWERS OF FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS MAY CONFIDENTLY EXPECT TO RECEIVE THE FAIREST POSSIBLE CONSIDERATION SHOULD TIMES GET "HARD" AGAIN. To every borrower who is "doing his honest best", Algona National Farm Loan Association which places loans through The Federal Land Bank of Omaha will prove to be a FRIEND THROUGH "THICK AND THIN." H. D. Hutchins, Secretary-Treasurer E. H. Hutchins, Asst. Secretary-Treasurer Tel. 205-W S. Dodge St. ArmstniugsiKxclnsiVt SAFETY- BACK Feature CEMENTED DOWN! EVERYTHING INCLUDED! FAMOUS BRAND INLAID FLOORING PERFECT MATERIAL! NEWEST PATTERNS! INSTALLED BY EXPERTS! It's quality-made by Armstrong — with the same wearing surface as linoleum. The smart, uew designs are inlaid, can't wear off. We skilfully cement it to j our floor at no extra cost. Cowan Building Supply Co. Algona, Iowa SENECA WORKERS IAKE BIG RETURN IN WAR BOND DRIVE Seneca—J. W. Bollig, chairman of the Third War Bond drive in Seneca township, wishes to thank the workers for their fine cooperation in making the drive a success. A total of $26,000 was reached on the first day. District workers included: No. 1, Ed Johnson and Frank Looft; No. 2, Clem Dotson and Virgil Moore; No. 3, Frank Van Dorsten nad Albert Cody; No. 4, Henry Looft and Curtis Oleson; No. 5, Chris Dahl and Mr. Kingery; No. 6, Joe Crowley and Oscar Patterson; No. 7, O. R. Jensen and Thomas O'Donell; No. 8, Martin Wilberg and Clarence Osborn; and No.-9, Millen Jensen and Fred Brown. DANISH REFUGEE, NEPHEW OF SENECAN, JOINS SEABEES Senecans and other friends of Karlo Petersen, the Danish refugee who spent several weeks last winter visiting his uncle, Pete Petersen of Seneca, will be interested in hearing that he joined the Seabees about eight weeks ago and is taking naval construction training in Virginia. He has spent the early summer months in Chicago, when he had been staying with an aunt. He was employed there until he was accepted by the Seabees. LOCAL CHURCH HOLDS HARVEST FESTIVAL SUNDAY The annual Harvest Festival of the Blakjer Lutheran church will be held this Sunday with sessions in the forenoon, afternoon and evening. The pastor, Rev. David Quill, will be in charge of the morning service, the sermon subject being "A Day of Glad Tidings." A mission offering will be received at that time. The service is at 11:30 a. m. Dinner will be served at noon by the ladies of the congregation. The Rev. Stanley Knudsen of Ruthven is the guest speaker at the afternoon session, beginning at 2:30 p. m., and again in the evening at 8:00 p. m. A splendid mtisical program has been arranged for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ureberg and children were Sunday afternoon guests at the Harry Vahl- dreck home near Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Jensen drove to Blue Earth Sunday where they visited at the home of Mrs. Jensen's sister and family, the E. L. Erdahls. Mrs. Jensen's mother, Mrs. Jorgensen, also makes h&r home with the Erdahls. On Sunday, the Roy Osborns, the Clarence Mentz family and the Fred Browns attended a church the M. E. church in Fenton, which was in the form of a business dinrier, finishing up the year's church work. Lavonne Madden expects to leave the latter part of September for the west where a position is awaiting her at Alberquerque, N. M. However, she has not decided definitely to accept this position or go to California. She has relatives in Alberquerque. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen and Bobby spent several days last week at the-C. J. Daugherty home at Swea City. Mr. Jensen installed some gasoline and oil tanks for the Midwest Service Co. Mrs. Jensen also visited at the S. N. Manar home near Armstrong. Jens Halversn observed his birthday anniversary last Week Wednesday. In honor of the occasion his children came home and spent the evening with him. Those present included the Linus Jensens and the Jess Halversons, Ringsted, also Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Jeanne and Delores. Mrs. Roy Osborn .was hostess to Circle I of the W.S.C.S. last Tuesday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Holldorf had charge of devotions and Mrs. J. A. Mueller had charge of the lesson, which this time was in playlet form, subject matter being, "The Church Versus the People." There were nine members present. Maxine Cady, who had been engaged to teach the Joe Kennedy school, was released last week«so that she could accept a position as third grade teacher in the Ledyard school. Helen Cady, who taught in the grades in the Ledyard school last year, was asked to fill the position of mathematics and science teacher there, which position she accepted. Mrs. A. L. Kingery has taken over the Kennedy school. Halger Petersen, whose draft number was called by the KOS- suth Selective Service Board, met the Kossuth contingent of draftees at Des Moines. However, Halger did not pass the physical examination so visited briefly with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Petersen and at the Chas. Berg home before returning to -Kansas City where he is employed at an airplane factory making Pratt- Whitney motors. Senecans who attended the Lutheran Sunday School Teachers Union at the Wallingford church Sunday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. A. 'E. Nelson and Frances: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ureberg, Jeanne and Delores; Mrs. Linus Jensen and the Robert Halver- sons; and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft and sons. A clarinet quin- tette composed of Jeanne and Delores Wilberg, Henry and Jackie Looft and Rev. D. J. Quill gave two musical selections on the afternoon program. Ottosen Community News Harold Oppendahl returned from Thor Sunday where he had spent the week. Mrs. Ernest Enockson and girls were visitors at the W. G. Cooper home at Rutland lately. Mr. and Mrs. Neils Neilson of Rutland were Sunday visitors at the L. J. Brernsen home. Mrs. Gerner Storesund was a patient in the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge a few days. The Lutheran Ladies Aid sponsored a bazaar and supper at the church parlors Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Bernau and Gary and Ernest Bernau were Sunday supper guests at the Merle Holt home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pogler and son of Badger were Wednesday night supper guests at the Henry Lovig home. Mrs. James Togeas and Mrs. Herman Lambert, Jr., of Fort Dodge spent Tuesday at the Roy Jacobson home. Mrs. Helen Shipley, Doris and Ruth left Monday for Omaha where they will make their home for the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Don Morrison and Caroll of Fort Dodge were Thursday night supper guests at the Henry Lovig home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kinseth of Bradgate, Mrs. Sam Kinseth anil Mrs. Henry Bergum were Wednesday visitors at the Oliver Kinseth home. Mrs. Donald Wehrspann came from Iowa City Sunday after finishing her nurses' training there to spend a few days with her father, Pete Bolt. Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Alf. Lee and Terry, and Mrs. Kmit Oppendahl visited the Mrs. Cora Bacon and Lloyd Elston homes at Algona Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Watson Struthers were week end visitors at Grunrly Center. Mrs. Flo Struthers accompanied them to Hampton where she spent the week end at the Geo. Nickson home. The Ottosen Progressive club met with Mrs. Herman Kramer Thursday evening. Scripture was read by the hostess. Plans were discussed for the anniversary party. Eleven members responded to roll call. A patriotic contest was conducted by Mrs. Clyde Bavinder. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Enockson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. John 5ler allcHUCU J.UllCICtl DClVll-Ua A»AA . CIA1VA A.Ai^. AV. *»• —.»~- —" Sunday afternoon at the Lindhart brated their 37th wedding anni- Funeral home for the infant daughter of Corporal and Mrs. Keith Cooper of Humboldt. Starin, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jolliffe, Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Wir- ster attended funeral services SON AND DAUGHTER MARRIED IN WEEK Burt—Mr. and Mrs. Jay D. Graham and family went to Mason City Sunday to attend the wedding of their son, Kenneth Graham, and Ruth Mjones. They, were married at three o'clock Sunday afternbon at the Christian Missionary Alliance Tabernacle. Mrs. Graham and daughter Helen visited until Monday at the John Emmert home near Mason City. They left Monday for Denver, Colo., to attend the wedding of another daughter, Maxine. Mrs. Don Grave's, another daughter, accompanied them as far as McCook, Neb., where her husband is now stationed. The S.S.S. club met Monday evening at Call Park in Algona. Lura Sewick, who teaches ct Forest City, spent the week end at her home here. The T.N.T. club met Monday evening to celebrate Mrs. Walter Sorenson's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. ranil Hasse took their daughter, Caroline, to Forest City Monday where she will attend Waldorf College. Claude Whitehill, Jt, who had spent the summer with his parents in Omaha, Neb., came Saturday and will attend school here. Mrs. Fred Luckow and daugii- ter-in-law, Mrs. Russell Luckow, Elmore, Minn., were supper guests Friday evening at the .Henry Meier home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geigel, Algona, were dinner guests Friday at the W. T. Kennedy home. Mrs. Geigel remained until evening and went home on the train. The E. P. Fredericksons were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Coach and Mrs. B. Peterson in Bancroft. Mary Jean Peterson came home with them for a few days visit. E. O. Chipman took his son Owen and wife to Mason City Monday morning, where they took the train for their home in Milwaukee. They had visited here since Wednesday. Mrs. Chris Knudson visited from Wednesday, to Friday with friends at Ringsted. Mrs. John Anderson of Colorado, who had been visiting at the Knudson home, went to Ringsted with her. Mrs. George Koestler, Sr., entertained the Jim Christensens, George C. Koestlers, Mrs. Belle Koestler, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Krantz, Titonka, at dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Christensen's birthday. The G. H. McMullens werei Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. McMullen's sister, Mrs. C. H. Peterson, at Paton. Another sister, Mrs. W. H. O'Donnell, and two sons, Caldwell, Idaho, came home with them for a.visit here. Mr. and Mrs. R. A.' Bleich cele- Mr. aftd Mrs. Odey Cherland, MM. C. W. Reynolds and sons and Mrs. Torri Ffahkl lot dinner. A daughter, Bbnita Marie, was bom to Mr', and Mrs. Dean Meier at Tacbma, Wash., Sept. 8. The baby's father is in the, nayy and Is now stationed at Honolulu. Me is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Hehvy Meier. His wife is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Olson, former Burt residents. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Graham were guests of the Fenton Woman's club at its opening meeting and dinner which was served at the Methodist church Sunday. Mrs. Graham gave a book review of "I Hear the Anzaes Singing" by Margaret McPherson. At this meeting husbands of the members and the teachers were also guests. Mrs. Stanley Shipler had her little son, Perry Clyde, baptized at the Lutheran church Sunday morning. The baby's grandmother, Mrs. A. F. Carter, and aunts, Mrs. Wm. Flood and Ruth Carter, acted as sponsors. The father is in" the service. Dinner guests at the Carter home after the service included the Rev. L. Richmann and daughter Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. Keinhard Pothoff and Mis. G. Gernards of Bancroft. We Sett Cargill Feeds FOR ALL LIVESTOCK AND POULTRY Protect Youi Tractors See that they are well taken care o! and not allowed to freeze as cold weather conies on. Con* serve labor and parts. ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. McCORMICK-DEERING SALES AND SERVICE PHONE 52 WALT HALL versary Sunday by entertaining the Herman Bussies, Emil Eimers family, the Walter Faulstichs, Easy to fix! Hearty Meat Casserole TAKES JUST '/ 2 MEAT POINT PER PERSON Senecan Injured In Fall at Fenton Friday Seneca — Mrs. Anna Osborn, who has been a patient at the Emmetsburg hospital since last Friday morning, having sustained quite serious injury in a fall down the basement stairs at the Stoeber Hardware at Fenton, was being brought home on Monday. Her sister, Mrs. Jennie Jensen of Ringsted, will remain with her and care for her as long as she needs medical care. When sufficiently recovered she will be taken to the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Brown, near Armstrong. Mrs. Osborn suffered a severe head laceration and a fractured right arm in the fall- Made with Thrifty Star Veal Loaf -1 Enjoy this fine, nutritious dish today RECIPE: To make Veal Loaf Scallop, get one slice of Armour's Star Veal Loaf for each person. Prepare a casserole of escalloped potatoes. Chop half the Veal Loaf and mix into the escalloped potatoes. Bake. One half hour before the potatoes are done, cut the remaining slices of Veal Loaf in half diagonally. Place these half- slices over top of potatoes and finish baking. It's a very easy dish to makei And because each slice of Star Veal Loaf makes a generous serving, it's mighty easy on your red points. In fact, Vi Ib. of Star Veal Loaf (2 points) serves four for this dish! Star Veal Loaf is made of fine veal and pork... the same quality meats you choose for loaves you bake at home. The meats are smooth! y blended and delicately seasoned :;. then baked to form a golden crust that seals in the rich, natural meat juices. And because it's baked before you get it... there's no shrinkage—no waste! It's a thrifty meat buy... and an excellent meat to help make your red points go a long way. Serve it hot... or serve ic cold., , and serve it often! irniour's STAR Sausages find Luncheon Meats MADE FRESH IViBY 0AM my ill PER VALU grocer has Every-Day-Low -Prices to help me! Here «,o^ I ENJOV SHOPPING AT SUPER VALU BECAUSE I CAN DEPEND ON THE QUALITY OF THE FOOD! I BUY AND SUPER VALU EVERY DAY LOW PRICES SAVE ME MONEY WHENEVER I SHOP. THERE'S ALWAYS A QOOD VARIETY OF BOTH RA> . TIONED AND NON-RATIONED FOODS TO HELP ME PREPARE APPETIZING! MEALS FOR MY FAMILY. IT PAYS TO SHOP AT SUPER VALU. PRICES IN THIS AD, EXCEPT ON PERISHABLES,' ARE OUARANTEED THRU THURSDAY, SEPT. 23rd. iUPES 81 FOOD STORES Kellogg's CORN FLAKES MARY STEVENS SALAD DRESSING 13 8 OZ. JAR PAL BRAND PEANUT BUTTER 24 OZ. 43 JAR RED ROOSTER COFFEE GR 3 GROUND TO ORDER UNSWEETENED GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46 OZ. CAN 29 4 POINTS RICH, FULL-FUVOR, SATISFYING 18K COFFEE GROUND TO ORDER 28 I LB. BAG Oltrut Fruit Marmalade ti bJw 29c •tuft Mini. Olives . :vMT 23c Oldw Vinegar ,u.r, b o« t ,, I2c Liquid Pectin ~ Pekto 2 is. 25c 1 Ib. pkg. Preserv-0-Wax2(. r 25c Bill Mann Top Seat Fruit Jars ,„.„.,. 69c General Maion 2-Pe* * Jar Covers «... I9c Fruit Jir • ''~ Rubbers - <„. 4e Kellogg'l Pep Whea t Flakes 2 ri9c Kellogg'i e .«.p,,». lOc Bun Rich Bran Flakes i B «.p kD . lie Puffed Wheat Sparkles 4.i. PkB . 9c Sun Rich Wheat Flakes 2 X'l6c •un Rich Quick or Rtg. Rolled Oafs ,so, P .,. I8c Swansdown 26C Carol Spaghetti or Macaroni ID***17c Flav-O-Rlta Black Pepper i *«.»»«. 5c Royal Lemon Cleanser 3 e r ,J2c For Cleaning Wlndowi, Mlrron, Etc. Spray Brite »». I5c White Paper Napkins <,*,.<,<** Sc Belt PolUhlng Floor Wa> Wax Rife ^ Regular Fly Tax P*. I9c CAROL SWEET PEAS DAIRYLAND EVAP. MILK 1 RED POINT EACH SHO-PAK MACARONI OR SPAGHETTI ENRICHED FLOUR MAGIC BAKE IVORY FLOATING SOAP FOR DISHES AND DUDS SUPER SUDS CAMAY TOILET SOAP BARS «UW GRANUUTEB SOAP WASH WELL 240Z. PKGS. L. VtVJL l/^U*ft- tjiivnihcitiiw SPRY RED POINTS Algona Creamery Butter Ib. 44c Canning Pears \°: - 2.19 Cider Vinegar, - - Gal. 2Sc Fancy Tender Hams, Yt 01 Whole, 7 pts. Star 01 lowana Sliced Bacon, 6 pts. Stai Old Fashioned Loaf, 2 pts. . Laige Minced Bologna, 4 pis. . . Premium Braunschweiger, 4 pts. Pork Tenderloins, 10 pts. . . . Ring Bologna, S pts. . . • 4Lw<flp ^Bfr ^^^^ ^K^r ^^^ Ib 31c Ib37c Ibl9c Ib23c Ib36c Ib 43c Ib27c

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