The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 23, 1943 · Page 4
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The Algbna Upper Pe» Moincg, Algona, towfl, Septembet 23, 1&43 EXAMINATION FOR WSTMASTER AT IRVINGTONSOON Irvington—The U. S. civil service commission has announced that it will hold an examination for position of postmaster at Irvington, Iowa. Applications must be on file in Washington, D. C., not later than Oct. 8. Blanks may be obtained from the Irvington postoffice or from the U. S. civil service commission at Washington, D. C. The examination will be given at the Algona postoffice. Mrs. Alice Duryea is visiting at the home of her daughter in Fort Dodge. The Douglas Riley family ari moving from the old Fisher farm into Algona. Mr. Riley has been employed by Alfred Grill. Mrs. Carl Hutchins entertained sixteen little guests at a one o'clock luncheon last Sunday noon honoring the sixth birthday of her daughter Katherine. The afternoon was spent informally a' games. . Miss Maxine Dailey, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey, former Algonians but now residing at Long Beach, Calif., visited during the past week with her friend, Louise Wadleigh. About Oct. 1st Louise will enter Carlton college at Northfield, Minn., as a sophomore. Calvin Wadleigh, Ames student in the naval reserve, also spent the past week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wadleigh. FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SEPT. 24-25 Continuous Show from 1:00 O'clock Dally COUNTY FAIR WEEK The Nation's Young Laugh Sensation Donald O'Connor, Gloria Jean with Eddie Miller's Wild Cats "MR. BIG" The Prize Surprise of the Year! AMAZING Saturday—Fun for the Family - s i\»s f&diMi^MMl?^^ TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 28-29 Charles Coburn in "MY KINGDOM FOR A COOK" SI JOE INFANT BURIED MONDAY Funeral services were held Monday morning at 9 o'clock in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Father George Theobold for Eugene, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernsi Bormann. The baby was born August llth and passed away Saturday at the age of five weeks. Pallbearers were Ernst Kramer, Thomas Bormann, Eldon Altman, and Edward BoVmann. The baby is survived by his parents, a sister, Jo Ann, grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Kramer of here and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann of Algona. Interment was in St. Joseph cemetery. Mrs. Joe Becker, Sr., submitted to an operation in a Rochester hospital last week. Peter Schmidt submitted to an operation in Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge last Wednesday. Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Carl Ernst and daughter arrived here Saturday from Goldsboro, North Carolina, for a visit with relatives and friends. Fred Illg and Mrs. Alfred Reding went to Rochester, Minn., last week where the former sui)- mitted to a medical check-up and Mrs. Reding went through the clinic. BANCROFT NEWS Mrs. Joe Williams and son are icre visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Williams and other relatives. Mrs. M. A. Saunders and granddaughter, Janet Cogley . of Algona, spent the week end at :he Chas. Baker home. Mrs. P. J. McBurney of Cedar Rapids is visiting her sisters, Mrs. T. J. Welp, Mrs. J. H. Menke and Hegina Berens, this week. Pvt. John Lappe of Camp Wpl- er, Texas, is here for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ppe, and with other relatives. Beverly, daughter of Mr. and VIrs. Leo Smith, underwent an appendectomy at the Kossulh lospital in Algona Saturday evc- ling. Mrs. Albert Elsbecker and son Donald and Colista Elsbecker spent Sunday at Carroll with Olga Slsbecker and the Geo. Werdel 'amily. Lieut. Frank Baker left Sunday 'or Myrtte Beach, S. C., after a urlough here with his parents, Wr. and Mrs. Chas. Baker, and with his sisters. Maureen Quinn and Juanita arter of Iowa City are spending a week with Maureen'* parents incl sisters, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Quinn and family. Mrs. Claude Ostwinkle left Sunday evening for Belleville, Illinois; to visit'"With-'her husband who is stationed there with the U. S. armed forces. Miss Helen Schemmel of Min- neaapolis came Friday for a visit with her father, Emll Schemmel, and with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schemmel. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ditsworth are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday night. This makes a family of two gins and one boy for Mr. and Mrs. Ditsworth. Mrs. Lawrence Walsh and daughter left Sunday evening for their home in Davenport. They were accompanied home by Mrs. H. J. Deitering who will visit at the Walsh home. Pvt. John Guiterrez of Clinton spent the week end at the Clarence Hendrickson home. Pvt. Guiterrez spoke at the Bond rally Saturday evening. Mr. and Mis. Harold Hamilton entertained Mr. and Mrs. Hendrickson and their guest at dinner on Sunday. SOCIETY NEW CALL SUNDAY AND MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26-27 ROBERT; BENCHLEY RODERT RYAN • ELIZABETH PATTERSON *' MARJORIE GATESON This 'onlj A BOMBERS ••f*cocK-m' v*^ FipsT ACTUAL BATTLE , UNDER F/KE •''"FROM THE WAI IWli^ v /4^>v^ ^m/m^ ^^? lii^^fw a^kkw^ t* Iff w» THiAiai liusl ^JfellttJPS] SPECIAL SCHOOL MATINEE •^•fikSTAMPS rectiNiCOLO^ Monday, Sept. 27—4 P. M. Fill your Stamp Book at the Theatre today. Buy a * Y. Rnii/1 SOA Oni* fihniv t7rAA* See Golden Anniversary Celebration— Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Mayer of St. Benedict will hold open house Sunday, September 26, from 2:00 to 4:00 p. m., at their home in celebration of their golden wedding anniversary. The Mayers were married in St. Benedict and have lived their entire married life on a farm in that community until in the spring of 1940 when they retired and moved into town. The Mayers have four children: William of Algona; Eleanor, now Mrs. Leo Hanig; Genevieve; Mrs. Louis Geotz of Wesley; and Alvina of Washington, D. .C. There are nine grandchildren. R. S. B. Holds Party— The R. S. B. club held at party Tuesday evening at the home of Myrtle Turnbaugh. The hostesses were Mrs. Bertha Spear and Mrs. Luella Etherington. Mrs. Bea Lynk and Myrtle Turnbaugh received corsages in honor of .heir birthdays. Next Tuesday, all Rebeknh members having birthdays in September will be honored at a party in the IOOF hall. hicken Dinner Sunday— A chicken dinner will be held Sunday, September 26, at the Corwith Legion Hall starting at 5:30 p. m. This dinner is being sponsored by St. Mary's Catholic church of Corwith. There will be games and entertainment after the feast. Everyone is welcome. Surprise Birthday Party— Analea Jane Schimmel was pleasantly surprised last Sunday when twenty of her playmates came in the afternoon to help celebrate her twelfth birthday. She received many gifts. Lunch was served at 4:00. Celebrates Eighth Blrthday-J Marcia Stillman, daughter of Judge and Mrs. G. W. Stillman, entertained her neighborhood^ friends after school Tuesday i<i< celebration of her eighth birthday." Marcia also treated her class at school. "75" Club Meets^The "75" club of the Presbyterian Church met Tuesday evening at the Shelter House.in the State park for a picnic. Idle Hour Club Meets— The Idle Hour Bridge Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. F. E. Sawyer with a 1:00 o'clock luncheon. Royal Neighbor Lodge— The Royal Neighbor Lodge will meet Thursday evening, September 2.3, at the home of Mrs. Ben Potter. Naomi Circle to Meet— The Naomi Circle will meet Friday at Mrs. William Geering's on Nebraska street. LOCALS Mr, and Mrs. Lyle McCullough of Rolfe were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henty Helmers. DeLores Baker, daughter of Mi*. and Mrs. Bill Baker, began working Saturday as clerk in the Ben Franklin store. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Sullivan and Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Shumway spent the week end in Minneapolis, Minnesota. T. H. Chrlschillcs, H. M. Hauberg, W. A. Foster and J. C. Wimmer went to Minneapolis Sunday for a few days on a buying trip. The Art Moulds family moved into their new home on South Moore street Tuesday. Mrs. C. F. Specht recently bought t'he Moulds' bungalow on! North Moore street. Mrs. Jesse .Reynolds received word from her husband Monday telling her that he had arrived in Australia. Mrs. Reynolds is the former Norma Payne and is employed at the Quarton & Miller law office. Robert Nolle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nolte, writes his parents that he has been assigned to Camp Callan, San Diego, Calif., with an anti-aircraft training battalion. He was one of the contingent which left here September llth. Mary Ann Hough came home Monday evening from Des Moines where she had been employed in one of the clothing stores-. Mary Ann, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hough, will go to Carlton College, Northfield, Minnesota, to finish her schooling there. She will leave about the first of October, and will enter as a senior. ; j LEDYARD NEWS Mrs. John Heetland of Lakota spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Lou Nitz. George and Mary Wiese oC Emmetsburg were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Hardt home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knoner entertained all the school faculty at a 7 o'clock dinner Saturday evening. Mrs. Margaret Looft of Swea City spent Monday at the home oE her son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Looft. The Grant community entertained the teachers at a pot luck dinner Sunday at the Grant Methodist church. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gabel and sons, Floyd and Darold of Swea City, spent Friday evening at the Albert Brand home. Albert Looft is suffering from an infection in his foot caused by a pitchfork injury while stacrt- ing straw several days ago. Mrs. Augusta Busch was taken seriously ill on Saturday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Kramsmeier with a heart attack. Filmer Halverson returned to Los Angeles last Friday after spending a week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Halverson. Mrs. George Thompson visited her niece and family, Mrs. Ronald Jutling at Buffalo Center Friday. Mrs. H M. Dyer accompanied her. Wm. Williams and daughter Sally of Clinton and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Williams of Redding spent the week end at the W. E. Wiemer home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goche of Bancroft visited Sunday evening at the August Sprahk home. Mr. Sprank returned* with him to Ninety-six cents out of every dollar goes for War expenditures. The other four cents goes for Go ver nm enl expenses "as For Freedom's Sake usual." ^^i SCHOOL PARLOR HEATERS $8950 WARM MORNING HEATERS 4595 Air Tight Heaters $3.25 to $5.50 End Wrench Sets 70c Vises $5.25 Vito Pane Glass, Running ft 19c Class Cloth, yard 25c Kohihaas Hardware spend this Week.' Mr. aftd Mrs. Leortai'd of Bancroftt accbmpentea Mt and Mrs. Asa Wartter to Albert Leo, Minn., Sunday where they -visited at the Maynard Wariier home. Sam Weaver of Buffalo Center was in Ledyai-d Monday visiting Wlthk friends. He also visited at the" home of his daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Kramsmeier and family. ' • Sgt. Glenn Dyer phoned his parents, the H. M. Dyers, from South Carolina that he is goinrf out shortly for overseas. MM. Raymond Hopper's husband Is also among those slated for overseas service. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Jensen went to Mankato Thursday wheie Mrs. Jensen went through the clinic to have her eyes tested. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Engelbart and Christ were also Mankato shoppers Thursday. Sgt. and Mrs. Olaf Thompson, of Minneapolis, came Saturday to visit with the letter's mother, Mary Ann Welch. Mrs. Thompson will spend several days hero. Sgt. Thompson left Tuesday for Camp Shelby, Miss. Methodist church conference is being held this week at Fort Dodge from Sept. ,22*28 inclusive. A number of Ledyard people plan to attend. Mrs. ,L. W. Wiemer is the delegate from the M. B. church. She Will go on Wednesday and accompafly Rev. and Mrs Grotte of Armstrong, meeting them at Swea City. Mr. and Mtt, Adolph Poppe and Junior, Mr. and Mrs. ,fahv?s Mayne, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Johnson and Kirk and Mr. and Mrs. Lotl Nitz were visitors at the Otto Engelbart home UNTTED SERVICE WOMEN'S ANNUAL Bazaar and Rummage SALE SAT., SEPT. 25 Former A & P Store Building 9 A. M. UNTIL ALL IS SOLD ftesda'y'e-Mltfmr'.td'hef Mattirt Engelbart . jseleb bifthflay. '*MW» * DoAalier e .6hA ' J Henry, Blorfte., and,, Mr. aftd Mrt, John 'JoHrfsbft were visitors dur* ing' the• ' WHEEZK CHICKENS ARE POOR LAYERS! Hlill«p> SHO-NO-MOB W a'Mibdrt- (Ian lor lh« r«li«l a! QapH, Influeni*, BronchllU and OlfaM RMpltaltr? trouble. 11 U «o«y le u«» In Ih. <i>UU*0 ,wot« lot poultry el oil &»•• m»d will <rl*> yonr blrdi idtlifdclarf '•»•'• «' • we will flladly ralum you» montr. In ebilinalo ca»» VAPO-MOH, VAPOH SPBAY or HESPO-MOH STIMUtAtOB ' tan b» u««d la con|uncllon with BRONO-MOR la obtain th« d««lrod results. Sfhtnd Hilltop Hemedlot It th« ax- ipirl.nc. el many yta» et iclentlBo *xp«rlm*nt> on th*lr own lorga poultry iarm and la thftlr modirfl Idbotd- torios. We carry a fail line of Hilltop Poultry Whites Phone 631 •'- Market E. State QUICK OR REGULAR QUAKER OATS FOOD I* FIOHTINa TODAY FOR FREEDOM ON MANY FRONTS — FOOD* THAT ARE VITAL TO OUR ARMED FORCES — SO TO HASTEN WAR'S END, TO SPEED OUR BOYS HOME, LET'S RESOLVE TO PRODUCE, CONSERVE. SHARE AND PLAY SQUARE, BUY WISELY, PLAN CAREFULLY. DON'T WASTE. PRICES IN THIS AD, EXCEPT ON PERISHABLES, ARE GUARANTEED THRO THURSDAY, SEPT. 30th. FOOD STORES .ipe Olives Unsweetened Juice ot to... Grapefruit 23c 2 Pol nil 1 2c Standard Gr0«n Style Corn NO. 2- zo or. C I fc »«...„ Cut Green 10 Pofnti Beans 2 «™ 23c Jules of 4 Points Flav-o-rlte Early June IB Po'nti rcaS NO. 2-20 ot. «m I *»0 Carol Ataafca 18 Polnti Dffloe I QA rCdS No. 2 • 20 01. can I O V 4* ft* AM Standard Quality 18 Polnti Grapefruit 4eo,.e.n29c Tomatoes liV™ I2c Mar, Lynn Or. ol Spinach Mary Uynn Vlumlzrt Soup Mix ? sy ;;n? 25c Soup Mix « ft ,,„.„ I3c (Vtadfortf * Grandma'* Mustard .0,.,., 8c Molasses FRESH FLAVOR-SEALED RED ROOSTER COFFEE GROUND TO YOUR ORDER 1 IB. BAG 3 IB. BAG 2I< CRAPE NUTS •—^—^^—^—^—^—^ ^—^—^^" SNOSHEEN CAKE FLOUR V/4 LB. PKG. Qrandma'l Molasses Maglo Ban* EnrMiMt Flour Gold Modal Flour »»**»*i* Klbblid 39c K-9 Dog Food 4 V. 1 ,: I9c KlbtaM 7 OZ. PKG. . ' . KlbtaM BOIH..«. 1.91 K-9 Dog Food .» P.* 23c Dohy. Dog Food 1.24 Red Heart 2 1 ,V;25c ed Polnti 8un MM| Spry . , 12 Red Polnti 8un MM| .D,.*r69c Bran Flakes , B .,.P. B . Me Calumet ,.„.„, I8c Grape Huts «^ I3c : ' Puffed Wheat Corn Starch n b . Pk , 6c Sparkies Morton'i Reg. or lodliod fM.?"* . _• . .»«„,,,. Salt 2 2P V,: I5c Wtfeat Hates 2 '£ I6c California Large Prunes 4 «.p., 9t fM.?"* . P , I5c Wtfeat „ . . ^ Breakfast ef Ohampfons 4 Points Per Lb. Uf , .. K 1 " 1 * 3 * 165 18K COFFEE RICH FULL-FLAVOR SATISFYING 1 IB. BAG 1 IB. JAR ARISTOCRAT SODA CRACKERS *-^>~«~**^*m^ il ^^<>~l*'^^+lm I* DAIRYLAND BRAND Evap. MILK RICH, WHOLESOME 3 14% OZ. CANS 1 RED POINT EACH Tru Vo Elbow Macaroni m>.oenopai. lie American Beauty ,}•' Macaroni 2 l^ 27c American Beauty Spaghetti 2 r.: 27c Cleant Wlndowi, Quickly, Easily Spray Brite •«..«* I5c Ambassador. 660 Stwet Toilet Tissue 3»n,l3c Toilet Tissue 3 ,„., I3c Clorox quart I8c Maglo Pot Cleaners 2 ,., I5c Powdered Bon Ami „„ He Chaw Dirt Old Dutch i.io..c. n 7c Complete Household Disinfectant Sno White iU, t ,25c Toilet Soap Sweetheart ? bv , I3c Sno White Gloss Starch <».*., 7c Algona Creamery Butter Ib. 45c Crackers LI" 33c Sunshine Krispy Peaches. Last Call, - Crate $2.29 Bartlett Pears, - - Lug $2.29 Small Spare Ribs, 2 pis. Pork Liver, 4 pts. . . Sliced Bacon, Broken, 2 pts. Armour's Star Sliced Bacon, 6 pts. Star Old Fashioned loaf, 4 pts. Ring Bologna, 4 pts. Brick Chili . Ibl9c Ib 17c Ib 21c U>35c Ib37c Ib 25c each 31c ^IBBP ^ifi^ ^^^m^^ ^^^^P^ ^^^^^^^^ ^^r^^w^

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