The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1943 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 7, 1943
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Ht* Algona Upper Des Moineft, Algona, Iowa, October 7, 1943 LUTHERAN CHURCH ATWHITTEMORE ELECTS OFFICERS Whlttemof£-The voting members of St. Paul's Lutheran congregation held their quarterly meeting in the Lutheran school auditorium Sunday afternoon. The I? 1 * 66 ™ 8 ; , was °P ene d by singing "A Mighty Fortress is Our God," a scripture reading and a prayer. Edward Greinert and Herman Bennke were received as new members. The following officers for 1944 were elected at this meeting: August Vandt, Sr., suc- fceeded Henry Wichtendahl as deacon, Archie Voigt was reelected as trustee, Harry Schmeling succeeded Fred Heinrich as school director, Erwin Sievers succeeded himself as chairman, Edward J. Butler was elected vice chairman, H. W. fiehhke was re elected recording secretary, W. A. Rusch was re-elected treasurer. Herman Vaudt, Art Heldenwtth. Theo Bierstedt, William Vaudt and Otto Bell were elected on the fi<- itance committee. Henry Kuecker succeeded himself as financial secretary. Odne Stokka, William Gade and Hugo Meyer were elected on the auditing ' committee. Nominating committee for 1944 is Lawrence Meyer. Edwin Greinert arid Edwin Wichtendahl. The young people's committee. Walter Vaudt and Reinhard Behnke. Herman Voigt was elected on the mission committee. There were 62 members present and 42 absent. The household sale of Mr. and Mrs. August Gade drew a large crowd Saturday afternoon an/1 everything brought fair prices. WAR CHEST QUOTA IN UNION $491.40 Union—The quota for Union township in "the war chest drive is $491.40 according to Mrs. Wm. Dodds, Jr., chairman for the township. A meeting will be held at Burt Thursday evening, Oct. 7. Let's see if we can meet that quota. • WALTER HEERDT HONORED AT BIRTHDAY SURPRISE A group of neighbors gathered at the Walter Heerdt home Sunday while Mr. Heerdt was attending church services in Algona. Upon his return he found the house filled with guests and a bounteous pot luck dinner spread upon the table. The event was a birthday anniversary surprise. Both dinner and supper were en- COATS FOR GIRLS Ready For Winter SIZES to 14 joyed and Mr. Heerdt was presented with severaLgifts. A social afternoon followed. Mrs. Don Bowers left last Friday to visit a sister at Des Moinea. Mrs. Chester Bailey spent this past week with her daughter, Mrs. Cliff Aalfs at Sioux City. A group of Union friends were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Winkle in Algona last Friday evening. Pinochle was the diversion of the evening after which lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Will Dodds, Jr., were dinner guests at the Murl Potter home in Algona last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Winkel, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Marlow of near Burt were other guests. Weather being favorable, combining of soybeans has started, plowing being mostly all done. Rudolph Will combined for Louis Bode and Fred Schoby then went to Lotts Creek where he is doing Combining for his Brother, Julius Will. Jim Camp, whose father was killed in a car-tractor accident about a year ago and who has since been working for Bud Nelson, left - this week for Nebraska where he has secured work and where his mother moved som month* ago. , Mrs. Ben Reid has returned t her home here from an Algon hospital following an illness an owing to her indisposition M Reid has decided to have a fart sale. He will perhaps rent out th land but still live on the place The Reids have three daughter but no sons to assist with th work. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Lowmille of LuVerne, and niece, Mrs. Mi nerva Wagner, of Bloomington Illinois, were week-end guesl here at the Walter Heerdt home From here they went to Granada Minn., and the Heerdts accom panied them and they will vis with the Newt Bolin and Dal Blair families. A farewell party was held at th Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gish horn Tuesday evening for their son Bernard, who left Wednesd* night for service in the army Thirty relatives and friends en ioyed a family supper and evening there and Bernard was presenter with gifts. Another brother Larry Gish, in some camp in Texas, is due to arrive home Saturday on a furlough and he ha nissed seeing his younger brother jy three days. Larry is expect- ng to be sent overseas soon. Ottosen Community News Coat Sets $10:95 to $19.95 Separate Coats Sizes 7 to 16 $7.95 to $22.50 They must be snug and warm for winter in the kind of clothes they love. And here is where you'll find them . . . colorful, attractively styled coats in single and double breasted models . . . sure to please the younger Miss. Come in and see our large collection, durably tailored. Ed Johnson of Eagle Grove spent the week end at the Antone Specht. home. Merle Holt attended the Mullins hybrid seed corn field day at Corwith last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chet Alme and Shirley visited the J. M. Blanchard home at Lone Rock Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Movick and family of Linn Grove were Sunday visitors at the Irvin Movick home. Mrs. Donald Wehrspann left Wednesday evening for Milwaukee where she will join her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Hagen were Sunday night supper guests at the Henry Gregerson home at Livermore. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hansen of Spirit Lake spent most of last week visiting friends and relatives here. Cpl. Louie Strulil of Fort McCook, Nebr., is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Strulil. Miss Edith Bartels and Miss Florence Rasmussen were week end guests at the Gottlieb Janssen home nead Bode. The Presbyterian church held open house basket dinner Sunday. Vera Struthers and Mrs. Earl Long were taken in as members. Mr. and Mrs. Art Tabor and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kramer attended the annual farm bureau meeting at Humboldt Monday night. Mrs. W. P. Truesdell left Sunday evening for Hollywood, Fla. where she will visit her husbanc who is a lieutenant in the U. Navy, x Mrs. Morgan Hagen wen)! to Rochester Tuesday for medical treatment. Mrs. Clarence Reese also went and will go through the clinic. Mrs. Miles Helmen, Mrs. Ellingson, Mrs. Tom Berge, Mrs. J B. Jacobson, Mrs. Torgerson of IIIHIMIIIIPHH r Lovely Dresses-Lovely Price I Bond buying and tax paying should limit your buying of anything else these days. But when you feel you really need a new dress, and wish you could pick up something—we've a selection that's just what you're looking for! 5.95 to "Glye Once and for AH— To the National War Fund" Bode attended the Lutheran Aid Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Schneider and Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Vesterby met Mr. and Mrs. John Vesterby at Britt Sunday and enjoyed a picnic together. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Enockson and girls visited at the W. G Cooper home Sunday and also with Lt. Russell Cooper, home on leave from Dunnellon Air Field, Dunnellon, Fla. .Mr. and Mrs. Verne Struthers of Rolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Date Struthers of Wesley and Mrs. G. Struthers and Ruth of West Bend were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. W. E. Hundtermarki Mrs. Roy Enockson entertained Mrs. Morgan Hagen, Mrs. Clarence Reese, Mrs. Russell Reese, Mrs. Clyde Bavinder, Mrs. Ralph Richards and Mrs. Loren Daniels Tuesday evening in honor of her birthday. Mrs. Henry Henrickson, Mr. and Mrs". Don Usher and Martha were Sunday visitors at the Geo. Heald home near Rolfe. The Presbyterian Aid meets with Mrs. J. I. Purdy and Mrs. Jake Vesterby Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers and Roff of Wesley, Ted Struthers, Mrs. W. E. Hundtermark and Eldon drove to Manson Thursday where they purchased riding horses for Roff Struthers and Eldon Hundtermark. Mrs. Don Usher entertained a her home in honor of Mrs. Wayne P. Truesdell Saturday afternoon Those attending were Mrs. Harry Day and family of Livermore Mrs. Bernard Jacobs and children of Bradgate and Miss Vivian Wat- nem. The Lutheran Ladies Aid me Wednesday afternoon at the church parlors with Mrs. Harold Jacobson and Mrs. Clara Solberg as hostesses. The program was: Solos by Mrs. Cliff Landeis, "Star Spangled Banner" by the group, solo by Mrs. Merle .Faulk, reading by Mrs. Merle Holt, poems by Mrs. Oscar OppendahT. The Ladies Rural club met at the home of Mrs. Roy,, Telford Thursday afternoon. Scripture was read by the hostess. Song, "Little Brown Church" was sung by the group. Fourteen members answered roll call with current events. "Women of Russia" was i by Mrs. Ernest Enockso-a. Red Cross sewing was distributed to the members. Visitors were Mrs, Henry Lovig, Mrs. Knut Op- pendahl, Mrs. Art Tabor, Mrs. Oscar Movick, Mrs. Chet Alme, and Mrs. Edward Von Bank. 14.95 Sizes 0 to 52 ".i.- /i/. \« > f> &•* IrW fc ^3 :\ m i | Kresensky's Egg Production Up Florence and Vera Neely, sis- :ers, former school teachers of Madison county, now are in the egg business in a big way. Their locks produce hundreds of eggs i day and they find a weekly market for them in Des Moines. OFFICIAL PUBLICATION Statement of the ownership, man agemunt, circulation, etc.. requlrec by the acts of Congress ot Angus H, 1912, and March 3, 1933, of AL, GONA UPPISH DKS MOINES, pub llshed at Algona, Iowa, for July August, September, 1943. Male ot Iowa, county of Kossuth ss, Before me, a notary public In am for tie state and county aforesaid personally appeared J. W. HaKBard who. having been rtulv sworn ac"cording to law, deposes and says that l. e Is the editor of The Algona Upper Des Moines, and that the tol- lovving is, to the best of his knowledge and belief, a true statement of the ownership, management. etc<. of the aforesaid publication for the date shown ih the above caption required by the act of August 24, 1912, as amended by the act of March 3, 1933, embodied in section 537 Postal Laws and Hegulations, printed on the reverse of this form, to-wlt: 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and business'managers, are: publisher, Haggard and Waller, Alrona. Iowa, editors, Haggard & Waier, Algona, Iowa; managing editor ^asreurd & Waller, Algona. Iowa: ind business managers, Haggard & Waller. Algona, Iowa. 2. That the owners'are: J* W. Haggard, Ajeona. IOWA. R. B. Waller. AjKona, Iowa, 8. That the known bondholder*. mortgagees, and other security hold- r* owning or holding one per ceni ->r more of total amount of bond*. mortgages, or other »ecurltle« are: None 4. That the two paragraph* next bove. Kjvlngr the name* of Ire own- r*. stockholders art) security hold- rs. If any. contain not only the list r stockholder* and security holder* • they appear upon the book* of he company but alto, in ca«e» vhere the stockholders, or leourlty older appear* upon tffe book* of je company a* trustee or In any ther fiduciary relation, th* name of le person or corporation for wrora uch trustee I* acting. I* (riven; al* °,* h *l V" e ial<5 two Paragraph* con- aln statement* embracing efflanf* ull knowledge and belief *• to the rcmnstance* and condition* under •h>h stockholder* and Security older* who. do pot appear upon be book* of the company a* tru»- ee». hold »tock and aecMrttle* In a anacltv other fh»n that of a tona de owner: and that trl* »|TI S otb«" o reason to belW th*t vnr othw erson. aispolatlon. or corporation ' <w>Y lntere*t direct or lr.«lr«et the said atock. bond* o* other , we tb]i| ?3n4 <i»y , OUR IS con,»i|,Ion empires ?gy Trinity Lutheran Church Sponsors Guest Day, Oct. 13 The Concordia Ladie's Aid of Trinity Lutheran church has staged a Guest Day for October 13th. The main feature of the program will be a lecture by Mrs. E. H. Thode, wife of one of the Lutheran missionaries who have rendered such an excellent account of themselves during and following the Japanese invasion of China. Mrs. Thode will relate her experiences during the bombing of Shanghai and the fall of Hankow, will tell of life during a series of 100 bombing raids by Jap planes, and of the thrilling experiences of the shlpl6«tf missionaries who returned td U.S.A. on the Swedish * Gripsholm. The Gtiest Day gram is to begin at 2:00 p. Wednesday, Oct. 13, and a , Invitation is extended to all interested. ladf Mr. and Mrs. Bid Grant art*'-1 spending this week with relatives' « NABISCO Rifz Crackers FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8 AND 9 ?n»e.. 14C 22c There is an abundance of essential food elements stored in Grain. Grain Foods are not rationed and as a war measure should account for 14 of your diet — all popular cereal foods at Council Oak at Everyday Low Prices. TOKAY GRAPES JONATHAN APPLES, 2 Pounds . .., 23C YELLOW GLOBE ONIONS, 3 Pounds 1 EATMOR CRANBERRIES, Pound .. ? Genuine Jersey SWEET SPUDS POUNDS Puerto Rican Yams ib. lOc' DWAIIFIES Popped Wheat SUPERB EVAP. MILK, Tail Can 6c BIG LAKE GREEN BEANS, No. 2 Can .. I4c FINEFOn Pearl Barley, Pound 7c MILLER'S . IQc GKAPE.Nufs " ' FLAKES, 7-oz. Pkg. 9c " ALL-BRAM >'g ....... (9c 18 VARIETIES ~ " Post-Tens, Pkg. . . . 22c "PERFECT PANCAKES EVERYTIME" A radiant smile on every face as they sit this hearty breakfast . . . "The Finest Eating Cakes and the MOST CAKES FOR THE MONEY are made from Robb-Ross Pancake Flour." . . . Fifty (50) large restaurant size cakes in Every Bag. Note recipe on the bag for making crisp. Golden Brown Waffles. ROBB-ROSS WAFFLE and PANCAKE FLOUR ST. 25c KRAFT MACABONI and CHEESE DINNER, Pkg. Oc ° UT « Pimento, Pimento Cream, Per I f Kellsh Cream and Pineapple Cream..Glass | QQ DUFFS MUFFIN MIX, Package 22e Algona Creamery Butter, Ib. 45c Carnation Milk, 3 Tall Cans 27c Wheafa, SSL? - 2forl8c White Loaf Flour toTtl $1.99 COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS WBURGER PER POUND NECK BONES 5c PER LB. BEEF BRAINS 14c PER LB. SPARE RIBS PER LB. . POUND 34c and PORK LOIN ROASTS and CHOPS 26c BIG BOLOGNA- nn - y8 - clDS An All Meat Product. Lb. 32c FANCY SLICED BACON, pound 39c SUMMER SAUSAGE, pound ....*. '.3Bc PORK LSVER PER 1 Qx LB. ... 1SIC Dry Salt PORK 20c PER LB. BEEF LIVER R .. 29c SBRLOIN STEAK BEEF ROASTS PER LB 28c and SEEDLESS RAISINS 250 2 Found Bag .. CLAPP'S CEREAL FOOD CLAPP'S BABY FOOD Wheat Cereal and Inst. Oatmeal 2 ET 27° STOY BOY FLOUE 14c 39c POUND PKQi .... STEWART'S BLUEING 10 B^T 15c Boraxo SCAN.. 15c Morning Light . PEANUT BUTTER t 32?fk52c NANCY ANN "CnricM" BREAD The greatest amoTOt of food value at the lowest oost M found in Nancy Anp JBread. Our Government RewmjaendJ} Tim We, "Eat More Bread" M a Wartiiae Measure Urge 24 Oz, (l{ Pound) loaf,,,,,., He /mwrmrm ^C*M*£'4*teT MABRQWN^'^BREAD ... ...... . EXTRA LARGE SUN-SWEET PRUNES Pound |— . Carton .-.•-:.--.-.....« 1/0 TAC-CUT i^/xC ,C L , t ^QFFft 'Fine/ Blend' COFFEE Drip 'or R,ejr. tllflif QfjjjQ £.. 30c Exchange the lo? Oite Mr. and Mrs. WE Farmer . . . ;;*.; •«?&* i^&N* ,Jn*-i -/

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