FARMER WHIHEMORE BURIED FRIDAY i •* Whittemore—A group of relatives from here attended the fu- 'Heral of John Bell, 69, Friday | l t > Afternoon at Mapleton, Minn., as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Henry i Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. George .Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. George Maahs, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baas The Algona Vpp^t DM Moines, Aigdiia, Iowa, September 30, 1943 F Mrs. John kettlesen, Mr. and * Mrs. Leonard Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bell, Mrs. Sophia Bell and daughter, Adelia. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas, Harlan Balgeman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. . John Rabe, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Balgeman, Mr. and Mrs. L6"u Reinen, Mr. and Mrs. William Kuecker, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanselman, Clarence Kuecker, and August Meyer. Mr. Bell grew to manhood .in this community and before moving to the vicinity of Mapleton, on a farm, he owned a farm four miles Whittemore. < southeast o Mrs. P..L. Jessen is visiting with relatives in Elmhurst, 111 this week. She expects to return the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Strueck- er arid their families were Sunday guests at the Henry Lauks home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Butler and daughter of Rake, and Miss Clara Vaudt of Buffalo Center were Sunday visitor/ with relatives here. Miss Wanda Hansen of Mason City spent last week with her sarents, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Hansen. She returned to Mason City Sunday evening. Mrs. Frank Bell of Blue Earth, Minn., came here Saturday to ;et her mother, Mrs. Dietrick Cordes, who will spend several weeks with the Bells. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhn and amily, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer and son Gayle, and Mr. nd Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith were Sunday evening visitors with Mr. nd Mrs. Herman Meyer. Swea City Parents Have Six Sons Serving In Navy Swea City—Hate off to Mr. and I Mogensens here, Is also serving fa. rSenrOA Mnerancan tn»n,n~« I ...m. ii_- .'» 7 """' ° cl vjiife Mrs. George Mogensen, farmers) near here? Last Saturday they accompanied their son, John, just 18, to Des Moines and he enlisted in the U. S. navy. And John is the sixth son of the Mogensens io enter our armed forces since the Pearl Harbor episode. Had John remained at home he would lave graduated from high school icxt May. He is the youngest of the Mogensens. His five brothers are Jens, machinist first class petty officer; Carl, seaman first class; Lawrence, radio officer second class; George, gunner's mate, first class seaman; Harold, ;unner's mate, first class seaman. And what a splendid record his is for the Mogensen boys, no lesitancy there on getting into he thick of the scrap for their ountry's freedom. A cousin of the Mogensen boys, larl Mogensen, who at one time •nade his home with the George with the navy. He is now though' to be a prisoner of war in the Java area. About three weeks ago the Mogensens received A letter from him written last Christmas, the only news they have had from him the past yeai And George Mogensen isn't doing any whining and complaining about his operating the 320 acre farm. He just rolled up his sleeves, secured the help of a nephew*, Raymond Mogensen, of Granger, and he says "we'll get along and get the work done somehow," until the boys come -. .,, H ,,vii vllc uujra uumu back. Says Mr. Mogensen: "Certainly mother and I would never put a straw in the way of our boys taking part in this global war. True, it's going to be hard on us, but we glory in the courage and patriotism of our sons" Again, hats off to this fine family and the spirit they show toward putting to an end the world dictatorship of brutes and tyrants Prominent Titonka Folks Move to Algona Mr. and Mrs. Lee O. Wolfe moved down from their home in Titonka last week and are now occupying their recently purchased home in south Algona. Mr. Wolfe was for about forty years editor and owner of the Titonka Topic, but retired several years ago on account of ill health. Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe are among the finest folks in Kossuth county and Algona people will be glad to welcome them as permanent residents. Mr. Wolfe besides his newspaper activities, has served in many local offices. He was mayor of Titonka for many years, ^resident of the school board, bank cashier and took a leading part in everything for the advancement of the town. He serv- ,,r« 0ne . t £ rm $ - the Iowa le S isla - ure at Des Moines. Mrs. Wolfe who is a lady of culture, was a t '£ ** e Titonka H»*h at the time of her marriage WUST BEND NEWS o Mr. Wolfe. Whittemore Vicinity News Items s.UPEft FOOD STORES IN THIS AD. EXCEPT ON PERISH. RICH, fUlt-FLAVOR SATISFYING! Mary Stevoni Salad Dressing Salad Stylo 18K Mustard Carol Brand Peanut Butter Cut Green Beans Wllion'i B-V Extract 16 oi. jar 2 1C 32 o«. 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Pot Gleaners I m. $2,50 * Ib. ptg. 1C 26< ,i. 5c Sib. pkg. 2dC 4 b.,, I9c 1 Ib. pkg. 7C 160 count roll 90 3 Ktii I3c SWANSDOWN ECONOMICAL FOR SANDWICI. 0 "] PEANUT BUI fER :y 54< SUPER CREAMED SHORTENING CRISCO Ellsworth Heidenwith returned to Camp Edwards, Mass., Monday evening after spending an 11 day furlough here with Ws parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, and other relatives. Ellsworth Heidenwith of Cam.p Edwards, Mass., and Ila Mae Vaux of West Bend and Rosella Voigt and Mrs. Milton Espe of Algona were Saturday evening guests at the Herman Voi°t home. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Vaux of West Bend were Whittemore callers Monday evening. Their daughter, Ila Mae, returned home with them after visiting witli Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith the past week. Mrs. C. K. Walker and daughters, Jeanne and Barbara, of Los Angeles, Calif., arrived here Friday morning for an extended visit with relatives. Mrs. Walker is the sister of Theodore Meier of here and Mrs. Martin Hantelman of Fenton. Mrs. Lloyd Walker and daughter Shari Ann of Mason City spent the week end at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, and with ht;r brother Ellsworth who was home on an 11 day furlough from Camp Edwards, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and son Norman and daughter Janice and Gertrude Meyer, of afternoon. W6re Old while Mr 4 RED POINTS 1 LB. JAR ^ f Dreft, pkg. 23c STANDARD QUALITY ALASKA PEAS 18 POINTS EACH 20 OZ. Iff CAN 11 V I3c THE HEAITH SOAP " •••..- LIFEBUOY 3 20< WHITE UUNDRY Ck A A D CRYSTAL *% m m t9\Jt\ir WHITE O BARS 1«4C GRANUUTED SOAP Wash Well 2 S 33< THE NEW ANTI-SNEEZE R1NSO ALGONA I BUTTER, Ib. here, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck and son Melvin, and Mrs. Emilie Heidenwith of Algona, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Arthur Heidenwith home. Mr. and Mrs.' Eilert Memke:i, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Groot and Frank Groot and Miss Irma Groot,.all of Manson, Iowa, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Discher. Mr. Memken-was a former member of Mr. Discher's church at Farmingdale, 111. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer had as dinner guests to commemorate their wedding anniversary Sunday their immediate families who were as follows: Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Greinert and daughter Merdell, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and daughter, Mary Ann, and son Donald and Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald. * Roland Weber of Fort Dix, N. J., Pfc. Wilmar Weber of Lory Field, Colo., and 1st Lieut. Vern Weber of Ogden, Utah, are home on furloughs. They were accompanied by their sister, Marjorie, and brother Dennis, to Rochester, Minn., Sunday where they visited with their mother, Mrs. Simon Weber, who underwent a gallstone operation at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester last week. __ Mr - and Mrs. H. R. Zumach, Mr and Mrs. W. A. Rusch, Mr! and Mrs. Ewald Rusch, Mrs William Leinenger, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ar thur Rusch, Mr. and Mrs. Ott Ruhnke, Mrs. Nick Gengler an Mr. and Mrs. Henry Holder at tended the funeral of an aunl Mrs. William Maron, 67, at Dol hv ? r - Saturday n? f^ rS Dolliver Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bruhi ±i ™ d ^ Henry Bruhn - M and . Mrs. Ferdinand Bruhn, Mr and Mrs. Herman Schneider, Mr and Mrs. Edward Tietz and Er win and Edward Bruhn drove tc Braham, Minn., Friday night leaving here after 9:00 to attenc the funeral of a brother-in-law I 6 K° sbur e- The funera was held Saturday afternoon a the home near Braham. Mrs Rosburg was the former Tillie Bruhn - They all returned home early Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer of Garner were pleasantly surpris- 3? M »/ evenin S at the home of Mrs. Meyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker, on their 15th wedding anniversary, when their sisters and brothers and famil'es congregated at the Struecker home. Those present were Mr and Mrs. William Meyer, Sr and sons Ernest and Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Meyer and son Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer, Jr., and son William Elmo, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Behnke and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker and family and Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecker and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker and family of here, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb and family of Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer were presented with a purse. Miss Elizabeth Slee has moved into rooms in the Simonso:i home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Seifried were Jast week visitors at the home of Wm. Richter. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Jurgens and daughter were week-end business visitors at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. John Shriner of Rodman were Sunday dinner guests at the E. R. Cobb home. Miss Lara Jean Hoganson of Uvermore was a guest of Miss Irene Christiansen over the week' end. Mrs. Ernest Gerber and Mrs Glenn Allen and son visited relatives at Bradgate the first of the week. Geo. Godfrey of the Iowa State College, Ames, extension department, visited his cousin, W. W Stone, Friday. Mrs. Pearl children of Sunday with John Bowen. Nelson and three Estherville spent her mother, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Amdahl went to Des Moines Tuesday to attend a locker convention. They returned Thursday. The public school teachers were entertained at a bridge party at the Hotel Franklin Monday evening. Miss Orlue Norland won high. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle C. Miller of Racine, Wis., arrived here Wednesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Carter. Mrs. Miller is a niece of Mrs. Carter. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frieden took their daughter, Sharon Rae, to visit her grandmother, Mrs. Mary- Stiles, at Osgood, and they spent the week end in Sioux City. S. Sgt. and Mrs. Wm. Crahan of Newport, Ark., returned to their home Thursday after spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Brown. NOTICE! / Due to the shortage of materials we must ask the public to be certain to make an appointment before coming in for pictures, as it may save them a disappointment, both in getting the picture taken and in delivery. BROWN'S STUDIO Mrs. Rickie Bowman left Thursday for Provo, Utah, where she will study music at the college there while her husband, Ensign B. R. Bowman, is in the South Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Wilson left for Minneapolis Saturday to look after business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schmidt accompanied them as far as Winthrop to visit relatives. Orlie Stagman came from Clo- Vis, N. M., to spend" his furlough with his mother, Mrs. H. Stagman md other relatives and friends He will report at McCook, Nebr.J ;he first of the week for duty at he airport. The Presbyterian choir held a farewell party at the home of Mrs. Lyle Ballard Tuesday night for Miss Janice Vohs, who left Thursday for Ames where she will attend college, majoring in home economics. Mrs. Hutchinwm and Mrs. Willis of Birmingham, Mich., Mrs. J. C. Christensen of Emmetsburg and Mrs. Geo. Marshall and Mr. and Mrs. Parsons of Irving* ton were guests of the Chris Christensen family last week. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss of damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. xaea VICTORY COOKIES, Ib. FENTON NEWS IflTUCE CELERY CARROTS TOKAY GRAPES FANCY JONATHAN APPLES MJQ PEARS Ige. heads ea. Ige, bunch ea, 12c 21c 2 bunches 2 Ibs.i for canning PURE GROUND BEEF SWIFTS SUB BACON FANCY 7 POINTS lb.< 5 POINTS Ib.' 6 POINTS SUCH) BACON 47,5 PORK 6 POINTS CUTLETS PORK LIVER BEEF SHORT RIBS Ib.i 3 POINTS Ib. 4 POINTS nT Mr- a ? d Mrs " A - H - Meyers am Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansage. ?Pe ?i- from Friday until-Monda> in Minneapolis. Mrs. Arlo Ranney was hostess to the Saturday afternoon bridge club, their first meeting of another year. Mrs. Amos Finnestad was a club guest. High score honors were won by Mrs, E W Ruske and Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod. \ Friday afternoon Mrs. Ernest Votteler, and Bonnie Stokes of Chicago and Mrs, Ed Pribee went to Fairmont where they visited at the home of Mrs. Voetteler's sis- Itr* —1 "L oe L^ndsteiner. They i_j gt.the home of Mrs HOOD'S Mrs. Maynard Nemitz, nee Lorena Meyer was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the Lotts Creek school basement VSaturday afternoon. 500 at 5 tables formed the entertainment. Guests were the aunts of both Mr. and Mrs. Nemitz and other guests. Mrs. Gf °rg»f entz and Mrs, Gws £rause attended from Fenton. Hostesses were Mesdames Fred Meyer AJV n^ 4 ^ eye £ "y ilma and Wm> Boettcher. «n M £ r*l MrSl Pale entertained at a dinner Cownies Caravan of Fur Coats Here Sept. 30, Oct. 1-2 Thurs., Friday and Sat. A fine group of fur coats for your selection. See them before you buy. Kresensky's SUPER VALU Food ' , Mr- and Mrs. Warren Voigt and Mary Ann', aU of Aus tin, Minn.,- H enM8 n Vojgt ana and Rqse Weisbrpd, Mr r"? *%*• Ch f*£ s wSErwT and C? e ' ^ r ;^ 4 Mrs - Wm. Fischer, Mr, and Mrs. Art yoigtj and Xr"o SerwQod and Dale.^ Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs, Chris and family A touch of color U aver welcoma In any room HERE'S r«l pleasure w namel, wnetW Wns$ Pdintin 3 l Try I UNDS CHKER TO ANY HOME Pg^hr Qivn*w or oW interior wood «d ^ l^lF-IMiny enamel produce* ( An almou wilimM ?H<?i« ' many <K» new in? Enamel; color , S«OHS Colors. o|4 tf««u«t wfeid» e*» be rejtpred ' '' iA "6r Qutek Dry- &»£ Cowan Building Supply Co, AiC 4&4W A. ^^hwr A. * " " Most sensible fashion "buy" for ihe duration — a classic suit plus Chesterfield coai. Wear the suii endlessly through Fall—the smooth raglan Chesterfield is your warm Winter overcoat. One of a big collection — choose yours today. • Suits from 16.95 • Overcoats from 24.50 Duration Essential SUIT PLUS CHESTERFIELD Kresensky's Too Bad, Folks — but This Soldier's Never Coming Home! • The war won't suffer much — there are millions more men to replace him. But his family will do the suffering? The only consolation they can have is that he sacrificed his life so that there might never be more wars like this , . . That makes it look as though we at home aren't doing half enough! How about backing up sacrifice with sacrifice; how about buying $100 extra in War Bonds this month so more sol- i™^ 0 ' 1 ' come home ' Ow NEEDS your help ... ~^^^^Mt ^^^^Plf'^^^Bj WAR LOAN Kresensky's , r:'.:^» ii/ : ' A „ y, .«,4 g • • v ,1 i > ' • .,.
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