The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 16, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 16, 1943
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FENTON WOMAN'S CLUB ENTERTAINS HUSBANDS SUNDAY Fenton—The Fenton Woman's club entertained at the Methodis •church parlors Sunday evening Their guests were the husbands of the club members, faculty -members and Mfs. V. J. Tatum Gerald Voigt, Rev. and Mrs. F. C Preul and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Graham of Hurt. A dinner was served at seven o'clock. This was followed by a program beginning with two vocal selections by Mrs Lester Weisbrod, "Prayer Perfect' and "Each Night I Kiss Your Picture Goodnight" Mrs. Gerald Voigt played the piano accompaniment. Mrs. Graham gave a very timely and interesting book review of Australia and New Zealand. The program closed with community singing by the group accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Voigt. Hostesses were Mesdames J. A. G. Smith, George Jorgenson, E. W. Ruske, J. A. Mueller, W. J. Weisbrod and H. C. Lindsey. Entertainment committee was Mesdames A. H. Meyers, Lester Weisbrod and W. E. Laage. EGGERMNG, PAROCHIAL TEACHER, INSTALLED HERE An installation service for Parochial school teacher, R. M. Eggerling followed the worship service at St. John's Lutheran church Sunday morning. There weje talks by Ladies Aid President Mrs. Edward Mitchells, Walther League President Lucille Jentz Moincs, Algoita, Iowa, September 16, 1943 WESLEY OVER TOP IN ONE DAY EFFORT IN WAR BOND DRIVE Wesley—T h e Third National Bond drive which was universally set f ?L2" hursday ' SeP 4 ' 9 . went over 100% plus in Wesley and the group of Lion's members who sponsored the drive with L, H. Kleinpeter as bond chairman, canvassed the town in the one day Scene on a ward at U. S. Veterans Hospital, Des Moines, Iowa. Reading from left to right: Warner K. Phillips, veteran of World War I, teaching World War II veterans, Vernie Duckworth of Russell and Pat Ryan of Dubuque, Iowa, how to make the crepe paper veteran- made memorial poppies of the Iowa American Lejfion Auxiliary. nd August Meyer and Supt Mueller of Fort Dodge. Parochia chool teacher, Benke, of Whitemore was organist for the serv- ce. Dinner and supper was serv- d at the church basement. Mr Sggerling's father of near Seward Nebraska, was present at the service. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steiff of Garner visited at the J. A. Schwartz home Sunday afternoon. Their daughter, Mrs. AAA to C $4.00 and $4.50 On the campus these sturdy casuals will be right in the thick of things. They take kindly to rough treatment: Kresensky's IF YOU DEMAND A LOT FROM A COAT! This is the kind of coat you should OWP. First of all its fabric should be strong and resilient enough not to need pampering. Then Its tailoring should be Sim. pie, but ruggedly serviceable, I/astly it should be so becoming that it looks correct whether it rains or shines? . ... effect coat Jn coUon ffftb«rdliie 14.95 -5S- IS&J&*?* *» om9 * po «^ to « three wig buttons, two deep pockets, fffl WIJJt *ry Influence in the coat with «y Iff epaulets, storm shield and great pockets, In natural color or red, fur JJpJnfs, ana others, sizes la to 44, Kresensky's James Schwartz, accompanied them back for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Zumach attended funeral services at Storm Lake Sunday for the letter's aunt, Mrs. C. H, Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. August Christenson of Ringsted spent Saturday night at Zumach's and also attended the funeral service. Mrs. Christenson and Mrs. Zumach are sisters. Gary Zumach stayed with Audrey Lufkin during his parents' absence. _ Mr. and Mrs. Olai Berkeland and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Berkeland and Corporal Carl Berkeland of Shepherd Field, Texas, went to Wahoo, Nebraska, to visit the Olai Berkelands' sons, Oscar and Alfred, and their daughter and family, the Martin Tindelands, and also make the acquaintance of ;he Tindelands' daughter, Donna Vlae, born last week. They returned Monday. Smooth SUIT HATS! from $1.98 Hats to double the smartness of every suit! Dash-\ ing flirtatiously veiled sombreros, big and little berets, smooth classics, too. Felts, fabrics. Pick yours, today! Wools with Winning Ways . . . Mrs. Ed Otis and intent daughter are expected home this week from the Kossuth Hospital where the infant was born ten days ago. They now have three children. Miss Leota Hall who had submitted to an operation for the removal of her gallstones, returned home Friday via the McMahon ambulance. She had been there five weeks. m T u e first meetin S of the Study Club for the season was held Thursday at the home of Mrs. John Amesbury. Mrs. L. T. Root will entertain her bridge club this week Thursday. Mrs. Hubert Goepel of Crystal Lake spent several days here week visiting the Alf Studer family and Friday she and Miss Mae Studer left for Florida where they will visit Mr. Goepel who is Jn the army. Dr. Thomas McMahon, who has been a physician at Lawler and who is the father of our townsman, Tom McMahon, moved from Lawler to Wyoming, Iowa, this past week where he will practice medicine. He had lived in Lawler three, years. ' The aggregate total of 12,045.50 bushels of corn was delivered to the Farmers Co-operative Society by one farm, Joe Goetz, northwest of town during the past week. This is the largest amount marketed by one farmer in such a short period for a long, long time. The Harvest Home Festival of the local Congregational church will be held here next Sunday, Sept. 19, with special speakers morning, afternoon and night Dinner will be served in the church basement for the local parish and guests present for the day. Mary Lou McMahon observed ""fourth birthday anniversary Wednesday by inviting in sixteen little youngsters and some of their mothers for a party after school hours. She received many gifts, and Mrs. Tom McMahon, the mother, served a nice lunch to the guests. The Misses Carmel Lickteig, daughter of John Lickteig, and Donna Ward, daughter of Mr. ant Mrs. William Ward, left for Sioux City this past week for their firs nine months of training for a nurses' course. They will then do to Mason City to complete their training at Mercy hospital. Mrs. Charles Kraus and Mrs J. A. Riggs went to Mason City Thursday of this week to meet the former's grandchild, Linaa Kay, seven months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brooke of St. Paul, who will remain here at the Kraus home while her parents take a two weeks trip to California. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Arvin and Mr. F. M. Christensen drove to Fayette, Iowa, Sunday morning to get Mrs. Christensen who had visited the past week with her sister, Mrs. M. C. Wangsness. Mrs. Wayne Christensen of Algona had taken care of household duties at the home of her parents-in-law. The Anton Goelz estate house in town has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Claus Tjarks who expect to take possession within the next month or so. The Tjarkses have lived on a farm north of town ton many years and their retirement to Wesley has been well earned. A son Henry and wife will take over the farm. The United Women's Organization held their regular meeting last week and are sponsoring the Forget-me-not sale here Saturday, Sept. 25, using the funds for hospital entertainment. They also voted to send $5.00 to the Schick hospital in Clinton for musical entertainment, and at their next meeting will tie two wool pieced quilts to be sent to disabled veterans hospitals. John Hutchison, Tom Forburger, Leo Bleich, George Aldrich and L. L. Lease and Adolph Alphs, all members of the Andrews Post No. 428 of the American Legion at Wesley, attended the funeral services for August Rotschafer, 57, at the Christian Reform church Saturday afternoon. Mr. Rotscha- fer was a member of the Post at Wesley for many years, and he had served with honors in World War I. A miscellaneous post-nuptial shower was held at the Methodist church Friday night honoring Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Zwald. She is the former Miss Helen Franzen, and lived in this community up to about two years ago. Following entertainment, the recent bride opened her gifts which were many, beautiful and useful, and the committee in charge served a very nice lunch to the group. Tin- entertaining committee were Mrs Charles Kraus, Mrs. John Paulson, Mrs. Raymond Hanson, Mrs. Oryille Smith, Mrs. John Richter and Mrs. J. A. Riggs. Bits About Them at West Bend Casual, and correct in tfte office, on the campus, in the stadium — these are excellently well made dresse,s whjclv will see you through seasons of wear! Wild 8rape Natural Kresensky's Bobby Baas returned Frida from the hospital in Iowa City Miss Annette Green spent th week end at the Torkelson hom in Bode. Mrs. Florence Thorson of Rolf visited her sister, Mrs. Fred Hof fert, Tuesday. A son was born to Mr. an Mrs, Hub Nellis Monday at th Algona hospital. Mrs. J. P. Walker of Rodman spent a few days with her daugh ter, Mrs. Edna Hayne. Mrs. George McDowell return ed Wednesday from her visit tc Indiana and Meadeville, Pa. Miss Margaret Miller, who has completed a course at the Mankato Commercial college, is home Raymond Dixon of Fort Dodge was a visitor at the home of Mr and Mrs. Paul Mikes Wednesday Mrs. Andy Yoch had a major operation at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Peterson and son returned Monday from Huxley where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderegg and Clarence Christiansen were Sunday visitors at Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Al Porter and family of Fort Dodge spent the week end at the Walton De Witte home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Studer and family were Sunday visitors a the Julius Studer home at Lu Verne. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutchiso and daughters of Waterloo visite at the Dr. P. O. Dorweiler hom Monday. , Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jennings an. son of Boone were recent visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roj Jennings. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mertz an< daughter of Lincoln, Neb., visitc at the J. B. Mertz home over the week end. Phil Montag spent the weel end at Waukegan, 111., visiting his sister and her husband, Mr and Mrs. Phil Allen. B. L, Roberts and daughte Virginia Lou, went-to Estherville Monday forenoon for a visit with his brother and family. Mrs. Walton De Witt and Maurine and Mrs. A. W. Gearhart were Thursday visitors at the Steve Baker home in LuVerne. Miss Ruth and Frank Lockwood, Jr., came from Minneapolis Tuesday for a short visit with their grandmother, Mrs. Fannie Falb. Donald Kuecker, who is in the army air corps*, has been transferred to Independence, Kans., Where he is receiving his basic training. _ H. M. Mantz returned from Rochester, Minn., Tuesday. B. L. Roberts and daughter, Virginia Lou, and Art Stattleraan went after him,, Miss Mary Memtag, who had been spending a short vacation at the Henry Montag home, has gone to Waukegan, 111., where she has employment. Mr. and Mrs. >A; j, Jensen an-J children and Mr.* and Mrs. Clifford Munson and son were visit°«,at the Bud Munson. home in MUford Sunday. Miss Mary Ellen Nation ol Riverdale, Md., j s visiting friends in WesrSend. She has taught school to West Bend and, is ROW tea cu w George Montag and children Bill and Enid, went to Rochester Minn., Friday, and remained unt Sunday visiting Mrs. Montag i the hospital there. -Mrs. Henry Bargman, Jr., r Des Moines and Mr. and Mr Paulson of Story City spent th week end at the home of Mr. an Mrs. Vic Bargman. Mrs. Paul Mikes and children Lora Lee, Roger and Mary ji Ann, spent the week end in For Dodge visiting Mr. and Mrs. R W. Dixon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Johnsot of Des Moines are visiting Mr Johnson's mother, Mrs. Nels Johnson, and his sister, Mrs. Ly'e Ballard and her family. Mr. and Mrs. Al Brieholz took :neir daughter, -Delores, to Cedar Falls on Monday, where she has enrolled as a student at Iowa State Teachers College. Mrs. Charlene Neal left Monday night for Sarasota, Fla., to be with her husband, who is attend- ng an army training school for hemical warfare and camou- lage. Miss Jean Johnston came from 'eoria, 111., last Thursday for a isit with her mother, Mrs. Berla Johnston, and other relatives nd friends. She is a Y.M.C A ecretary in Peoria. Lieut, and Mrs. Paul Harms rnved Tuesday from Fort Col ns, Colo., for a visit with the! respective parents, Mr. and Mr& Henry Harms and Mr. and Mrs A. W. Hansen. Lieut. Harms ha been transferred to Fort Snellinfi Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Maberry and daughters, Elsie and Delia Mae, are away on a two weoks vacation. They are visiting their son, the Rev. Alvin T. Maberry o( Buffalo Center, and expect to consult an ear specialist in Clear Lake for Delia Mae, Mr. and Mrs. Ben McFarland and their granddaughter, Natalie Tinsley, went to Cedar Falls where the McFarlands visited their daughter, Mrs. Marguerite Tinsley, and Mrs. M. C. Hall. Miss Natalie Tinsley had been spending a short vacation with her grandparents. Lloyd Drussell has received a discharge from the navy and was n Des Moines Monday trying to enlist in the army air corps. He was accompanied by his sisters and brother, Mrs. Donald Kuecker, Phyllis Drussell and Donald Jrussell. Lloyd had been sta- ioned at Minot, N. D. Read The Want Ads—It Pays WATKINS PRODUCTS Full line of poultry and hog tonics, stock and hog mineral; also poultry wormer and hog wormer. Don't forget to save orders for dry dip, as I'll be around soon, or write or phone if you need it soon, Full Una of household Wait for Waikins—it payg. Your Wajjk4iw pwte* EvrouJ Loebig Phone mi Wfffc? Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Frideres and daughter of near Burt spent Sunday at the Nick Bormann home. Orville and Sylvester Wagner, John B. Reding and Armour Lemke were visitors at Amboy, Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Kohlhaas and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas and Doris Ann werfe Sunday afternoon callers at the Laurence Kirsch home near Whittemore. Guests last week at the John Bormann home were Mrs. Bormann's mother, Mrs. Stessman, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Marie Stessman and son, all of Earring. Marvin and Delmar Reding of here accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Reding, of Algona, and Mrs. Nick Reding, of Whittemore, for a visit with Mary Jane Red-- ing in Chicago. They left Friday. Last Sunday and Labor Day visitors at the Will Reding home were Mr. and Mrs, Jake GarmanH and daughters Alvina and filsJfc of Minneapolis, Mr. artd Mrs. Al* bert Garmann and fainily of Wells, Minn., and Gustie and Joyce Kurth and Ella Gaisin, of Blue Earth, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. George Garmann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Garmann and fara* ily, and Fred Garmann, all of Elmore, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Carl Krause, of Chicago, and Mr. and Mrs. John Fraser, of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Don Usher visited at Nashua Friday and Saturday. YOUR FRIEND AT MEALTIME Superb CITRUS MARMALADE Made from Grapefruit, Oranges and Sugar. Stock your fruit cellar with a dozen or more jars for next Winter. 2-lb.Jar 30c FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1? and 18 CANNING PEARSand PRUNES i CanS FanCy Washineton Bartlett Pears packed A short crop of Oregon Italian Prunes this year. Buy them In 16 Ib. Ings or V4 bushel baskets. CRISP, FIRM CABBAGE, Pound 4c WEALTHY APPLES, Pound TTds JERSEY SWEET SPUDS, ' ^^^^^^"•""•••••••^•••^•••••r' Algona Creamery Butter, Ib. 45c Wheaties, Sf - 2 for 18c COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS Pork BACK BONES Pound ....5c Pork SPAREMBS Pound ...21c Pork Loin ROASTS and CHOPS Pound, 34c, 29c 27 e BOILING BEEF Ib. 18c Beef Roast Ib. 2Sc Round Steak Ib. 38c PURE LARD, 2 Pounds ...33d SUMMER SAUSAGE, Lb. . 37c POLISH SAUSAGE, Ib. .39c FGY. SLICED BACON, Lb. 39c CHINA BEAUTY CHOW MEIH NOODLES, 4HZ. Jar ......I3c FRENCH STYLE " ~" SUPERB MUSTARD, Quart I3c :SUPERB BRAND FRUIT COCKTAIL, 16-oz. Can |?c Nancy Ann "Enriched" BREAD 24 PIMENTO STUFFED SUPERB OLIVES No. 5 Jar . 24' GEDNEY'S 40 COUNT PILL PICKLES : Superb Evaporated Milk, Tall Can . . . .9c igunaweet Prune Juice, 12 Ounces ...lie Gerber's Baby Food Cereal and lost. Oatmeal 2 Pkgs. 27c —• Ma Brown Whole Wheat BREAD 24 25?. 150 Superb Peanut Kruah, 16-oz. Jar ....3Q e Ksllogg's Corn Flakes, 11-oa. Pkg. 8c POST BRAN FLAKES, 8^. Pkg 9c Kellogg'8 Shredded Wheat, Pkg. .^IQc SUPERB OATS, 3-lb. Package 19e Macaroni and Spaghetti 2-Pound Robb-Ross Pancake Flour Family Bagr Double-Duly Ar Jelly Glasses Per Dozen Campbell's Tomato Soups 3 for 21c Beet Sugar - - 10 Ibs. 64c Pound Jar More cups of deliciously good coffee in this rich mellow blend of carefully selected and roasted Central and South American •vrffees COUNCIL OAK COFFEE r,r * t-rjrss Ears: F r: - empty bags for 22 carat Gold Pattern Dishes. 29l$ COUPON EXPIRES OCT. 15 This Coupon Is Worth I I I I . «,t,^ presented with 39c for ttLUftUWTE. 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