The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 7, 1943 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 7, 1943
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the Aljtona Uppef tk* Moln«», Algol.*, towa, Oetotei- 7,1943 SWEA CITY YOUNG COUPLE MARRIED AT JACKSON AUG. 3 Swea City—Mr. and Mrs. Floyd K. Johnson have announced their marriage which took place Aug. 3rd, at Jackson, Minn. The ceremony was performed at the Methodist church, with the pastor, the Rev. S. H. Norleman reading the servica. Mrs. Johnson, the former Elaine Kluger, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Kluger, Swea City, and Mr. Johnson is the son of Mrs. Lottie Johnson, also of Swea City. Myrl Johnson, brother of the groom, accompanied the young couple to Jackson. The new Mr. nnd Mrs. Johnson planned to spend this week in Minneapolis. Mr. Johnson expects to go into the army soon. Mrs. Anna Larson spent the first days of this week caring for the new., son at the Carl Anderson home north of town, born Sunday, Oct. 3. James E. Vaux is home for a 5 day furlough with his family. He was met at Mankato by Mrs. Vaux. James expects to go from here to a six weeks < training school in Michigan. The Ladies Guild will meet Friday afternoon,at 2:45. Hostesses are Mrs. Martin Olson, Mrs. Mer* vin Kelly and Mrs. Roy Kluger The pastor, S. H. Anderson, will have charge of the program. Music by Mrs. August Olson. Mrs. Philip Looft was honoree at a miscellaneous shower at Guild hall Tuesday evening. Hostesses were Mrs. Emily Larson, Mrs. Albert Johnson, Lois Looft, Jean Looft, Evelyn Butterfield, Mrs. Dale Reed, Helen Sanders, Mrs. Marvin Sanders and Phyllis Hammond. Joe Miller, Wesley, 111 In Mason City Wesley—Joe Miller was taken to Rochester, Minn., in McMahon's ambulance Monday. Thursday evening he became seriously ill and was taken to the Mercy hospital where his condition continued to be serious. It was reported he suffered several strokes before being taken to Mason City. Mr. Miller's sister, Mrs. Glen Wilson, and daughter of Mankato, Minn , came Sunday to see him and his family. The Wilsons were former Wesley vicinity farmers. Read The Want Ads—It Pays WANTED Laborers to work on the Prisoner of War Camp Algona, Iowa IT IS NOT NECESSARY TO BELONG TO A UNION Apply at U. S. Employment Office Room 6—Over Iowa State Bank THE COMRADES, LUVERNE GROUP, IN FINE PROGRAM LuVerne—The Comrades, an organized Young Adult clas taught by Miss Florence Hot, had charge of the evening service n the Evangelical church last Sunday and gave a fine inspirations program. A fine crowd enjoyed the service which featured a play- let entitled "The Spirit of Thanksgiving." Mrs. Albert Hefti, the program chairman, directed the playlet, in which Mr. and Mrs Henry Miller, John Miller, Mrs Walter Hefti, Mrs. Bernard Wolf, Mrs. Bruce Loewenstien, Howard Marty, Allen Miller and Elmer Merkle had parts. The other members of the class had various parts in the devotional period. A fine offering was received which will go into the furtherance of a church project which the class is carrying out. The following serve as officers of the group Mrs. Bernard Wolf, president; Henry Miller, vice president; Mrs. Albert Hefti, secretary- treasurer. Mrs. P. V. Janse and Mrs. A. J. Eason, Algona, were visiting former friends here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. John Skow, Rutland, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen north of town. . Mrs. Robert Bierman, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Trauger, the past month left for her home in San Antonio, Texas, Saturday. Mrs. Irvin Chapman went to Lincoln, Nebr., Saturday afterr noon to meet her husband, Sgt. [rvin Chapman, who has been xansferred from Blythe, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagist, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Lichty and the Misses Lottie and Janette Mason were Sunday dinner guests at the George Thompson home at Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jergensen and children, Phyllis, Jerry and Larry, Corwith, and Miss Lillie Wolf, of Algona, were over Sunday guests at the parental Fred Wolf home. Miss Dorothy Helmick, Dallas Center, spent the week end with her sister, Mrs. H. H. Phillips, and the Phillips family also accompanied by Miss Helmick, visited the Harry Fleming family near Corwith Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baumgartner and daughter Thelma are in Lincoln, Nebr., where they are visiting their daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sanford. Wayne is an instructor in an army camp near Lincoln. The Evangelical Missionary society will observe guest day at the community hall Thursday afternoon of this week. Hostesses in charge of the meeting are Mrs. E. C. Marty, Mrs. Fred Merkle, Mrs. Henry Miller and Mrs. Bernard Wolf. Mrs. Arthur Hiraga is the speaker for the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cot* and two children have moved to the Mrs. Ella Woito house on North Main street and Mr. and Mrs Harold Trauger have purchasec the C. C. Anderson residence va cated by the Cotes and took pos session last Friday. The house is new and modern and will maki an attractive home. The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Beckman of the Evangelical church had as their guests Sunday his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. A. 3 Beckman, Cedar Falls, Mrs. Myron Lindeman and son Paul Eugene, Dysart, Miss Frances Wendel, Merservy and Miss Eleanor Beckman, an instructor in the Vernon Consolidated schools. The fall meeting of the Federated clubs will be held at Algona Tuesday, Oct. 12. The Progressive club and the Tuesday club of LuVerne are co-hostess clubs and are responsible for. tho speaker. They have secured Mis: Ava Johnson, Des Moines, anr her subject will be "Youth's Magnificent Chance." The Bel Canto choral club of Algona will furnish the music. M. J. Godfrey, Chapin, was a business visitor here Friday when he closed the deal for the sale of his residence property to News Items of Burt Vicinity the Misses Lottie Mason, who took and Janette possession at once. They will redecorate the ibuse before moving in. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey who own and operate a drug and general merchandise store in Chapin plan to sell and go to California to make their home. The J. J. club met last Friday afternoon at the rural home of VIrs. Will Goetsch with 16 mem- )ers in attendance. Mrs. Harry l,ichty was program leader and read a one act play entitled 'Mother Said So." Roll call was answered by naming your native state. Mrs. Hugh Shirk, Mrs. Archie Sanford, Mrs. A. J. Hjellie and Mrs. A. Dimler's birthdays were remembered with a gift of corsage. A dainty tray lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Milo Patterson received a V Mail letter from a nephew, Aired Lamb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lamb, formerly of Lu- Verne, now of Racine, Wis., stac- ng that he was now in the armed forces in Africa and that Alters was the most beautiful city .hat he had seen, as well as the most modern. He likes the climate and the people. He has jeen swimming in the Mediterranean Sea. The soldiers have a comfortable place to sleep and he food is above par. Mrs. William Haan was an honor guest at a shower Friday af- ernoon at the home 01 iviri. ranees Sanford. The afternoon as spent in games, contests and visiting, and a dainty lunch was erved by the hostess assisted by Wrs. Paul Stahl. A color scheme of pink and white was carried out in the table arrangement as well as the rooms which were decorated with bouquets of fall flowers. The Haans are newcomers in this neighborhood, north of town, and the shower was also a "get acquainted" party. Fifteen ladies enjoyed the courtesy. IIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIJIIIIIIIIIIIIIH | PUBLIC FARM SALE | = Having decided to quit farming will offer for sale at the farm 6£ miles north- ^ = west of Algona, 4 miles north of Hobarton, 3 miles west and 5 miles south of = H Burt, the following described property, sale to start at 1 p. m., on H j Friday, Oct., 15th | I 18 - Head of Cattle -18 \ = One full blood Shorthorn bull, 4 yrs. old; 6 milk cows; 2 heifers, coming 2 § H yrs. old; 1 steer, coming 2 yrs; 2 steers, 1 year old; 4 heifers, 1 year old; 2 heif- Jj k S er calves. 53 I 30 - EWES - 30 I | FARM MACHINERY, ETC. | = John Deere disc, used one season; Case corn planter, used one season; John =j H Deere 5-ft. mower, used one season; John Deere grain binder, in good running s H order, 8-ft.; John Deere spreader for horses or tractor; John Deere corn binder, || ,S in good order; John Deere side-delivery hay rake; 10-ft. McCormick dump rake. j=j H One wagon with new flare box; 1 wagon with box;l wagon with iron wheels || H and hay rack; 1 low wagon with threshing tank and pump; 16-in. sulky plow; s H 4 corn plows (2 hammock seat John Deere single rows and 2 surface single row || S corn plows); tenant house 16x20, 3 rooms, built-in cupboards. ^ f=j H Clipper fanning mill, full set of sieves; lime or fertilizer sower, in good = H shape; hand corn sheller with power attach.; lO.-in. I. H. C. grinder; I. H. C. 55 H cream separator; 12-ft. line shaft with 4 pulleys; £-horse electric motor; 100 ft. gj H 11-in- pipes with cylinder and pump rods; 8-ft. stock tank; 120-gal. gas tank. || 55 2 forges; 1 post drill; vice; 2 sets breeching harness; 2.sets back pad harness; = H 9 horse collars; 2 feed bunks (1 16-ft. and 1 20-ft.); set of gravel planks; rj |= tools; and other articles too numerous to mention. =J H TERMS: Cash, or if terms are desired see clerk before the sale or at the sale. =f Hf No property to be removed until settled for. , Ben W. Reid COL WELL BROS., Auctioneers IOWA STATE BANK, Algona, Clerk 1 the 369 club met Monday evening at the home of MM. Hafley Watkins in Algona. The L. H. Riedels visited at- the Ralph Rledel and Leonard Heerdt homes at Rlngsted Sunday. The U and I Circle will meet next Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. H. Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bahling were Sunday dinner guests at the J. D Taylor home In Elmore, Minn. The Presbyterian Mite 'society, will hold a bake sale at Thompson's store next Saturday afternoon. The S. E. Straleys, Fenton, spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Straley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Brace. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Pratt visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Earl Nester, at Mankato, Minn., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Heaney and daughter Wawna, Kiester, Minn., spent Sunday night at the W. VV. Boettcher home. The Idle Hour Club met at Mrs. Milo Bonebrake's last Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Verne Hoppe as assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Behrends, Lakota, and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Schwietert were Sunday visitors at the Jesse Dugan home.' The R. J. Hammerstroms and Mi's. Donald Hammerstrom and daughter spent Sunday at the O. Lounsberry home at Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen and sons, 'Jerry and Jimmy, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the L. C. Roetmans at Forest iity. The Lutheran Aid Society meets Thursday afternoon in the church jasement, with Mrs. A. F. Carter and Mrs. Emit Eimers as hostesses. Mrs. Bertha Wallace and son /aughn and grandson, Lt. Jack Wallace, and bride, Mason City, spent Sunday at the G. P. Hawcott lome. Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Buell left Monday evening for Dunkirk, N. Y., to spend several weeks at the home of Mr. Buell's sister, Mrs. F. W. Bedford. The regular meeting of Kos- 5 uth Chapter No. 201 will be held next Tuesday evening, Oct.. 14. The past matrons will be honored at this meeting. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Sewick vis- ted in the home of their daugh- er, Mrs. Kenneth May, at Emmetsburg Sunday. Mrs. May was onfined to her bed by illness. A daughter was born to Mr. and VTrs. Clinton Henderson of Ausin, Minn., at the Bancroft hos- Dital Sunday evening. The child s a grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Jerman Neitzel. Mrs. Roy Ollom and Mr. and Mrs. Todd Rickard attended the funeral of Andrew Mitchell at Armstrong last Friday. He was the grandfather of Mrs. and Mr. Rickard. Ollum o Donna Jean Dutton and Darlene Volentine returned to Cedar Falls Sunday after spending the week end here with' their parents. They are students at Iowa State Teachers college. Mrs. R. S. McWhorter and daughter, Mary Janice, and Frank Becker, who was'at home on furlough from Sedalia, Mo., spent the week end with Virginia McWhorter at Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Trunkhill moved Monday into the home they recently bought from Mrs. Lewis Larsen. The Allen Hinck- leys are moving into the house the Trunkhills have been living in. W. J. Davison received word that his sister, Mrs. Scott Allen, died last Friday and was buried on Sunday at Cameron, Wis. Mr. Davison had been up to see her a few days before her death, but had returned home again. Mrs. A. F. Carter and her mother, Mrs. Robert Callies, Titonka, Allen Motor Moves The Allen Motor Co. has moved to the Foster building formerly occupied by the McCormick-Dee.-- ing Store. The firm has been operating a garage on Thorington street and a body repair shop out on Commercial and Main stree*s and will now be more conveniently situated with both businesses under one roof. The Kirk Auto Co., which has had an office in the building for several months will continue there. DOAN NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Martinck were guests Sunday at the Clarence Mechler home, Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Martinok and daughter Aline were Sunday dinner guests at the Will Ringsdorf home, Burt. , The Geo. Seaberg family were Sunday dinner guests et the Joseph Skow home in honor of the Skews' three months old daughter, Louise May, who was baptized that morning at the Presbyterian church, Algona. » Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Asa, and Mrs. Fred Asa and small son Phillip, attended a surprise family dinner held at the Frank Asa home, Algona, in honor of Frank and his daughter Phyllis, whose birthdays are Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Hawkins and son, Paul, drove to Fort Dodge Wednesday where they took Mr. Hawkins' sister, Mrs. Evie Kimble, to meet a train for Los Angeles, where she lives. She has been visiting the Hawkins home for several weeks. Mrs. Rudolph Larson was hostess Sunday to a post-nuptial shower given in honor of .her niece, Janice Larson Brinkman, daughter pf Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Larson. Janice, R. N., was married Sept. 12 to Dale Brinkmaa, Greene, Iowa. He is now in an army training camp. Mrs. Brinkman, since her recent graduation, has been appointed supervisor of the 4th floor in the Mercy hospital, Mason City. went tamper t bodge ftiday for .. visit at the LUchenbergeT home. Mrs. Carter returned Saturday but Mrs. Callies remained fot a longer visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Litchenberger. . •Mrs. Carrie Graham, Ruth, Lottie and George, Titonka, the Jake Goddens and Mrs. J. H. Graham were Sunday dinner guests at the R. A. Clark'home. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Anderson and daughter, Ruth, Spencer, were also Sunday callers at the Clark home. Pvt. Wayne Schichtl came Saturday for a week's visit with his mother, Mrs. Florence Schichtl, and other relatives. He has been stationed at Camp Wolters, Texas, but will go from here to Camp Meade, Md. Wayne worked in the McMullin grocery before entering the army. ' Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hasse took their daughter, 'Caroline, Mrs. Elmer Krause, and Lura Sewick back to Forest City Sunday =rf- ternoon. They had all spent the week end here. Caroline and Mrs. are student* at Waldorf college and Miss Sewick teaches ,at For«t City*,The Rev. and Mrs. t. Kithmann and daughter Shirley attended a Mission Festival and Rev. Richmann preached at the mOrning service at the Bethlehem Lutheran church at Mason City Sunday. The coming Sunday a Mission Festival Will be held here, The Sev. Luther Loesch, "Algona, will be the guest preacher. A gfoup 6! relative! wefe eft* tertained at the M, L. DUtton htt»6 Sunday in hottof o* Donna jean, who, was at home fpt the week end. and Pyt. Wayne Schichtl, who wfca at hdme on furlough. The group included Mrs. Florence Schichtl and sons, Wayne and Gaff, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jph&rittsoh and Mr. and Mrs. Russel Cook, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Teeter, Lone Rock, Henry Bahling and Junior Andrews, PUBLIC DANCE SATt/RDAY NIGHT, OCTOBER 9 Rythem Club Orchestra ALGONA FAIR GROtNDS Sponsored by Junior Chamber of Commerce Gentlemen, 65c; Ladies, 85c—Tax Included. PRICES IN THIS AD, EXOEPT PERISHABLES, ARE GUARANTEED THRU THURSDAY, OCT. SUN RICH, QUICK OR REG. Rolled Oats RICH IN VITAMIN B1 VALU FOOD STORES WHERE VOU OAK SERVE YOURSELF TO SAVINGS WHENEVER VOU SHOP BECAUSE SUPER VALU PRICES ARK LOW EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK AND YOU'LL ALWAYS FIND A OOOD VARIETY .OF DEPENDABLE QUALITY FOODS TO HELP YOU PREPARE APPETIZING MEALSI •2 01. THE SUPER CAKE FLOUR Softasilk 215' ( OZ. ftJm ^sl^r PKG. Salad Stylo Mustard Sklppy Regular Peanut Butter Mary Staveni Kitchen Preth Salad Dressing UnswMtined Julc* of Grapefruit 4o« ,., I0c 16 Polnti I6c I3c 4 Points n 29c Standard Alaska Van Campi Vegetarian 12 Polnti Each Beans 2 "»" 27c Cut Green Beans 10 Polntt No. 2 19 oi. cane For Dlthei or Dude' Super Suds Whole Kernel Molit Pack ISKCorn 2o N o°;.can lit Choice Extra Standard 18 Polnti Each Peas 2 2D».«n, 29c IS Polnti No. 2 • ho oi. can I IC Standard Quality 18 Polnti Tomatoes ,":;.L I2c Oerber'i Chopped or Strained 1 Point Ea. Baby Food 4 i*«.«. 7c Mar> Lynn Vltamlud 25c Soup Mix **„.„.„ I3c Mary Lynn Or. ol Celery or Spinach 23c targe pk«. For Clean Sparkling Wlndowi Windex 2.',. 25c £ 29c 3% OZ, 3 Tru Vu Etbo Spaghetti or Macaroni „"»,, ilc Baking Powd«p Calumet 1.0.. c. n I8e Mary Stavant ' Corn Starch m.** 6c Lamon or Vanilla Burnetts i>/,«. 27c Reg. or lodlied RedifloSalt 2 ,„.„,„ 7c Reg. or Iodized Morton's Salt 2 'A? 15c Rich Full Flavor Satlifylng 18K Coffee Ground to Order 18K Coffee Zip Brand, 18 Cu. In. Matches Gold Medal Flour 1 Ib. Jar 1 Ib. bag 6 box pkg. 32c 28c 27c 25 Ib. lack 1.24 K-9 Dog Meal 4 1£. K-9DogMeal 2 ib. P ko. Complete Houiehold Dlilnfoctant Stro White 2 quarl .25c KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES CRISP, OVEN-FRESH 11 OZ. 8 PKG. RED ROOSTER COFFEE GROUND TO ORDER Soup Mix Continental Noodfc Soup Mix Dalryland Evap. Milk Evaporate** Milk Sun Rich, Cilra Crlip Corn Flakes 3 " Sun Rich Bran Flakes Quaker Whole Wheat Muffets 25c 25c 1 Rod Point Each 3 14 ,L"26c 1 Red point 9c 14 Vt oi. can pkgt. 15oz.pkg. S 01. pkg. 2(c He 9c Wheat Flakes 2 ^ I6c 20c I2c Break fait of Champtona Wheaties 2 BPk Orapenuti Wheat Meal ««.,*.. Mlllorc—With Tumblen Wheat Flakes 2 p ko ,.23c American Beauty Spaghetti or Macaroni 2 p ko l 27c 19c Toilet Soap Sweetheart I3c Clorox qt. btl. 18c FLOUR ICHED C BAKE 191 ENRICHED ') MAGIC BAKE 49 L«. SACK EARLY AMERICAN TREAT 3 MOLASSES ¥*¥ Alt0 PIAIN Cat JC JUU.U K 20 oz. PKG. Sf v ALGONA BUTTER, Ib. . 45c TOKAY GRAPES CRANBERRIES HEAD LETTUCE FANCY , SWEET POTATOES FANCY JONATHAN APPLES FANCY CALIFORNIA TOMATOES CALIFORNIA CARROTS 29c 25c 2 Ibs. quart head |ZC 3 Ibs, 29 G 2 bunches 25c 15c 19c 4. POINTS LB. OLEOMARGARINE 26c PURE GROUND BEEF 7 POINTS n23c ARMOUR'S CHOPPED 9 POINTS PRESSED HAM I2tan SMALL 6 POINT3 WIENERS ,„. ARMOUR'S STAR 6 POINTS PORK SAUSAGE,,. 31 Q TENDER 4 POINTS HAM SHANKS „ 19c 8 POINTS LB, SUMME SAUSAGE 33o rv*«*t» 36c POINTS 29c ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^BB»^r ^^PJJPp^r TBBJP^IIWP^ ^WPB^^^ >, ''N* A /.J^iL. '.*..i?'i*

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