The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 14, 1943 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 14, 1943
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LOIS MARLOW AND CLYDE BRISTOW MARRIED AT BURT Burt: The wedding of Miss Lois Marlow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marlow, and Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow of Burt, took place ,at the Methodist parsonage at Burt Wednesday evening, Oct. 6, at 8:30 o'clock. The Rev. Hanson officiated at a double ring ceremony. They were attended by lAicille Marlow, a twin sister of the bride, and Merwin Bristow, brother of the groom. The bride and her attendants were attired In street length suits. The bride wore a shoulder corsage of red roses and her sister a corsage of yellow roses. The groom and his attendant wore dark suits with boutonnieres of white and bronze carnations. The bride is a graduate of Lone Rock high school and for the past months has been employed at the Priebe Grocery. The groom is a graduate of the Burt school. Attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson and family of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bristow, Mrs. Merwin Bristow and baby, Mrs. Ed Marlow, son Dellis and Mrs. Thelma Bristow of Readlyn. The couple will make their home with the groom's parents at Burt. Arline Brandt began work Monday at Eva's coffee shop in Swea City. ALASKA WORKER RETURNS TO BURT HOME FOR WINTER Burt: Bill Carman arrived Saturday from Alaska where he had been working on the Alaska highway this summer. He arrived sooner than was expected, because he was chosen to accompany a sick friend who was brought by plane from Fairbanks, Alaska, to Edmonton, Canada. The Fortnightly club will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs. R. C. Dremmel. Mrs. Dolliver Peters spent the SfS IT'SSUPERVALU YOU'LL FIND IT PAYS TO SHOP »T SUPER VALU WHERE SUPER VALU QUALITY PLUS SUPER VALU EVERY DAY LOW PRICES GIVE YOU THE MOST VALUE FOR YOUR MONEY EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK. COME IN AND COMPARE. YOU WILL AOREE THAT "IT'S SUPER VALU FOR BETTER VALUES." PRICES IN THIS AD, EXCEPT PERISHABLE 3, GUARANTEED THRU THUR8- DAY, OCT. 21 It. 80Z JAR MARY STEVENS KITCHEN FRESH Salad Dressing RICH, FULL-FLAVOR, SATISFYING f^ 4^ * 4%flk* 18K Coffee 32 < 28 . FRESH FLAVOR-SEALED « .-.., RED ROOSTER COFFEE GROUND TO YOUR ORDER 2 POINTS , NO. 2 18 OZ. CAN 50 LB. SACK 18K UNSWEETENED NATURAL FLAVOR Grapefruit Juice ENRICHED ALL-PURPOSE FLOUR Magic Bake Gold Medal ""' f \8unrlch Flour 2B u,,ac* 1.24 Bran Flakes 150,*, He Morton't Reg. or lodiicd .Orapenuli 2 2 pt 0 ,'l5c Flakes. ,.,.*, 9c Salt Red Roo.ter , Coffee ST™ rapenue iib.b..2lc (Flakes 12.,^,. I3c ..~fc «•*•"" i is ifc post TOASTIES THE cRisgER CORN FLAKES; S A VIN G S 0 N EVERY ITEM!! CORNFLAKES V-TJ EVAPORATED MILK 3 "oU 1 - 26c 1 RED POINT EACH 1st Choice Eitr« Standard 18 Points E«. Peas 2 2 c. n ,'29c Eitra Standard Ungraded 18 Polnti Ea. Peas 2 2 .°.n,'27c Cream Style 13 Polnti Each ISKCorn 2 2 l°,'29c Stuffed Manunlllal No. 3V, Jar Z '/, 01. net Thrown Paok Queen Olives ></, ...n.t2lc Peanut Butter 32 ,, Jv 54c Cltrui Fruit Marmalade 2 ,,,.r29c DurkM'f F«moui Dressing »».**. I4c Pot Cleaners 2 „, I5c Wrlght'i Silver Cream Polish .o,.j.r 23c Babo 2 for 2IC White Laundry . _ _ n P&GSoap 10 for43c Soap Grains Wash Weil 2;t"33c Complexion Soap Palmolive 3 b « 20c Sno White Gloss Starch nb. P »,. 7c Toilet Tissue 3 r .,i, I3c PAPER, KITCHEN TOWELS 160 R°oLt UNT Salad Style 1 8K Mustard 320,.,., I5c Household Oleanur Zero «««* 20c DREFT i ge . P kg. ALGONA BUTTER lb 45c SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS L' xb 33c NORTHERN TISSUE FOLGERSCOFFEE STANDARD No. 2 CAN WHITE CORN 2 Ibs. 3 for ou 5c 59c 29$ FANCY SWEET POTATOES FANCY JONATHAN APPLES CRANBERRIES HEAD LETTUCE large hca d 25c 3 Ibs. 2 Ibs Z3C quart £v V 12c CALIFORNIA CARROTS 2 bund ,es 19c CALIFORNIA PASCAL UlLJjAl i ar ge bunches I9v YELLOW ONIONS ulkh .59e PURE 7 POINTS GROUND BEEF lb .23c FRESH 3 POINTS PORK LIVER lb . 170 STAR PURE 6 POINTS PORK SAUSAGE,,. 29c 4 POINTS LB. OLEOMARGARINE 26c 8 POINTS LB. SUMMER SAUSAGE 33e HALF OR WHOLE 7 POINTS TENDER HAMS lb . 31C FRKSH 2 POINTS SPARE RIBS lb . 19c HOOD'S The Algona tippet Des Moihes, Algona, tewi, October 14, week end' with her parents at Charles City. Frances Lelchef spent the week end with Mildred .Funnemark at her home at Wesley. Paul Macauley, wh'o is working at Palmer spent the week end here with his family. G. W. Patterson left last week Wednesday for Montana, where he will buy sheep for feeding. C. W. Reynolds arrived Sunday from Galesburg, 111., for a few days visit here with his family. Mrs. Carrie Larson arid Mrs. Glee Bullock visited at the Henry Anderson home at Livermore Sunday. Jennie Thompson spent from Tuesday to Saturday last week at the Lloyd Elston home in Algona. The Everett Stewards, St. Ansgar, visited Mr. Steward's mother, Mrs. Mary Steward, and other relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Dremmel and two daughters spent the week end with Mrs. Dremmel's parents at Osakio, Minn. The Legion Auxiliary sewing meeting is being held Wednesday afternoon of this week at the Charles Scott home. Pvt. Wayne Schichtl left Sunday for Camp Meade, Md., after spending a week's furlough here with his mother, Mrs. Florence Schichtl. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Baas and daughter, Elda, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baas, West Bend, were Sunday visitors at the Allen Hinckley home. Mr. and Mrs. James Ollom and Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Clark spent the week end at the home of the Ollum's daughter, Mrs. Max Smith, at Eldora. The Presbyterian church had a covered dish supper Sunday, after which a planning conference and congregational meeting was held. Roscoe Maudsley was elected elder. Mr. and Mrs. August Bellinger, Algona, the Herman Bussies, Weiner Strenchers and Wes Robinsons, Bancroft, were Sunday dinner guests at the C. W. Reynolds home. Mr. and Mrs. Odey Cherland, Ruby and Arlet Cherland and Alvina Hasse attended Homecoming at Waldorf college at Forest City Sunday and visited Mrs. Elmer Krause and Caroline Hasse, who are students there. Dr. and Mrs. Ross Dundas and daughter, Mary Jane, Waterloo, came last Thursday for a week end visit with Dr. Dundas' sister, Mrs. Martin Greise, his brother, Dale Dundas, and his mother, Mrs. Mary Dundas, at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fitzgerald and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Strayer, Plum Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugan were Sunday dinner guests at the Jess Dugan home in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Ralph Dugan and Donald Dugan. Lt. Col. and Mrs. Luther Fairbanks and family came last week Tuesday for a visit with Burt relatives. Col. Fairbanks had been stationed at Wendover, Utah, but came home on a ten day leave which was later extended for another ten days. Mrs. Fairbanks aiid the children had been at Salt Lake City, but do not expect to return there. Ella and Ruth Mae Kyhl of Mason City spent the week end at the parental Robert Kyhl home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Huskamp and family and Walter Earnhardt all of near Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at the John Arbogast home. Arlene Mitchell of Minneapolis spent the week end at the parental Morris Mitchell home. Arlene is employed as stenographer in a defense plant. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weisbrod and Ed Schlei, accompanied by Rev. and Mrs. George Wessel and Loj rena of Burt, went to Klemme Sunday where they attended the 50th anniversary services of the I Methodist church. Mrs. E. J. Frank was hostess 1 to the Saturday Afternoon Bridge club. Mrs. E. W. Ruske was men score winner and Mrs. Arlo Ranney second high. Mrs. Gaylord Johnson and Mrs. Clarence Wegener were club guests. Dr. and Mrs. E. W. Ruske entertained at a dinner Sunday evening, Mrs. Maggie Bailey of Dodge Center, Minn.; Mrs. Carl Ebert of Whittemore; Julia Bailey of Charles City; Mrs. Russell Kingman of Sioux City, and Mrs. Emma Ruske. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kyhl entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the Robert Kyhls' 40th wedding anniversary. Guests were the Robert Kyhls, Ella and Mae Kyhl of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Holldorf and Jean and June of Ceylon, Minn. Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Preul attended a reception at the Methodist church in Whittemore Sunday, welcoming their pastor for the coming year. There was a covered dish dinner at noon and services in the afternoon with Rev. Preul delivering the sermon. Sunday dinner guests at the Alvin Zumach home were Mr?, Zumach's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Theesfield of Armstrong, and Mrs. Mary Redman of Ladysmith, Wis., an aunt of Mrs. Zumach's. Mrs. Ernest Christenson and children of Ringsted were afternoon visitors. Mrs. Rollin Watson and sou, Jon Raymond, born Sept. 28, returned -to their home at West Bend Sunday. They had been cared for at the home of Mrs. John Gramenz, Mrs. Watson's mother. The Watsons' daughter, Sandra, spent the time at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Ray Tietz. Sunday dinner guests ait the Morris Mitchell home were Mr. •md Mrs. Ole Pederson, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Bleckwenn and Norma Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Long and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mitchell and children, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Benora and Arlene Mitchell of. Minneapolis. RONALD NELSON, FORME LAKOTAN, MISSING IN RAID Lakota: Friends here received a letter from Mrs. Wilbur Nelson of Spokane, Wash., paying they had received a letter from the war department saying the son, Ronald, reported missing April 16 after a bombing raid over Germany, had been awarded the Air Medal and 3 Oak Leaf Cluster for meritorious achievement and would be called soon to receive them in his stead. Hopes are still held that he may be a prisoner. The Nelsons are former residents of this vicinity and Ronald is a member of the local Methodist church. Mrs. Frank Kiester, Elmore, Minn., is visiting her daughter and husband, the Harry Mussmans. Arlis Heetland returned to her work in Des Moines via bus from Algona following a few days visit with her family, the George Heet- lands. Several from Lakota .vicmity drove to Buffalo Center Thursday evening to hear the concert put on by the Rust Singers at the Methodist church. Jerry Heetland, Joan and Wanda, Wayne and Gerald drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit Mrs. Heetland, who 'is recovering from a major operation performed last week. The women of the Lutheran church will serve a fried chicken supper at the church dining room Saturday beginning at 3 o'clock and will continue until all are served. Several carloads of Lakota people attended the funeral of N. Frederichs, father of Mrs. Carl Gerzema, Lakota, at the Reformed church in, Buffalo Center Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Gerzema's sister from Denver and a x brother from Colorado were among other relatives present. Henry Jansen, who lived southeast of town with a son, died of a heart attack Friday while in the field where they were threshing soy beans. Funeral services were held at the funeral parlor in Buffalo Center at 1 o'clock and at the local Presbyterian church at 2 o'clock with the Rev. E. G. Sauer officiating. Plans have been completed at school to have an assembly program every Friday morning. Those appearing on Friday morning's program were Arlis Heetland, who graduated last spring and who is now studying for an air hostess at Mercy hospital at Des Moines, who told of her present work. Paul Ukena, also a former graduate, also a ' graduate from Dubuque university, who is now stationed at Miami Beach, Florida and who has been home on a furlough. Paul sang several songs. Friends here received word of the birth of twin daughters to Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Nelson of Elmore at the Blue Earth hospital last week. One baby weighed 3 pounds and the other 3Vj pounds and both are in an incubator in the hospital and reported doing well. Mrs. Nelson is a daughter o9 Mr. and Mrs. Kerr of Elmore and the father, LeRoy, who is in service, is a son of Mrs. Hannah Nelson. Both the maternal and paternal grandmothers are former residents of Lakota. The father is expected home this week. School for Several years, Mr. Brtd Mrs. j^mes Chafisee, raiiadfc, Minn., came Friday to sjsend several days with th<S MfeiV lin Andersons. Mrs. Chassee left Sunday evening, but Jattte* remained until the middle of thd week to assist in the combining of beans. Mr. Anderson, who has been ill for some time, is now able to be up, but still is unable to work, other visitors at the An* derson home Sunday »were Mr. and Mrs. Ole Fosen and Lloyd Owens, Fairmont, ahd Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ulses 'and son, Bancroft. TRACTORS mm TRANSPORT AWON 100% Coverage LOW L. §. PHONE 103 OVER S. A L. NOTICE To Dry Cleaning Patrons Our pickup anicl delivery service has been reduced to two trips per week to each one of three districts of .Algona. The districts and the days our trucks will service them are: All of Algona West of Dodge Street Mondays and Thursdays. That part of Algona East of Dodge Street a n d South of State Street Tuesdays and Fridays. That part of Algona East of Dodge Street and North of State Street Wednesdays and Saturdays. Your cooperation will be appreciated. Elk Cleaners & Furriers Modern Cleaners & Tailors lllllllllllillllill^ Doan Neighborhood May Have Saddle Club Doan: An increase in the pony population on farms in the Doan neighborhood may result in the organizing of a saddle club for the young folks of that vicinity. Up to date, riding or Shetland ponies are owned by the following people: Drusilla Hansen, u riding horse; Wanda Hansen, riding horses; Eugene and Eu Clair Meyers, riding horse and Shetland; Lee and Ross Struthers, riding horse; boys at the Ted Hoover home, Shetland and riding horse; and the Bradford Buffington family two Shetland ponies and a colt. Five of the riding horses 1 have been purchased within the last two weeks. A number of the owners attend high school in Titonka. Miss Evelyn Bode was the guest of Aline Martinek Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rowe, employed at the George Seaberg farm for more than a year, moved Sunday to Wadena, Minn., where they will rent a farm in that vicinity. Miss Emma Moore, Algona, spent from Saturday evening until Sunday evening as a guest of Mrs. Rudy Larson. The two ladies were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Tom Ellefson. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thissen, Ft. Dodge; Dorothy Hauptman, Wesley; and Harold Martinek visited Sunday evening at the Wm. J. Martinek home. Mr. Thissen was at one time employed at the Martinek home. Irene Goetz, employed at the Maurice Bartholomew home, Algona, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Goetz, and family. The Goetzes called nt the John Elaine home, Corwith, in the afternoon. Mrs. Richard Cosgrove, daughter-in-law of Wm. Cosgrove, who operates a beauty shop in Titonka, left Saturday afternoon for Des Moines where she attended a beauty operators' convention. She returned Monday. Mrs. Tom Ellefson was hostess to the Doan Bridge club on Wednesday afternoon. Prizes went to the following members: Mrs. Geo. Johnson, high; Mrs. Wm. Cosgrove', second high; Mrs. Gerald Bahling, travel; and Mrs. Louis Larsen, low. Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Mertz home were Pvt. Ralph Mertz, Camp Cook.'Kans., and his family of West Bend; the John Mertz family, LuVerne; Ray Mertz family, Algona; Nick Mertz, Algona; Albert Lei tie, Ottosen; and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Welter, Ottosen. Mrs. Welter, the former Alice Thorsen, taught the Mertz ^r THEllME TO YOUR HOME Let the sun shine — on your home, while you get it ready for winters and when cold weather comes, your heat-lighi home will be as comfortable as on sunny days in July I Every home must be conditioned so as not to waste iuel: heavy equipment must be put in good repairs to help Uncle Sam help our boys to Vwtoryl INSULATES A call to Cowan Building Supply Co will bring an expert to inspect your home and tell you the quickest, .least expensive way to insulate so it will be heat-tight all winter, REPAIR ROOFs that's one of the _w«f*f ] -*P°*» ol your home, because it may be riddled with cracks and holes too small to see, yet big enough to waste much fuel-heat, WEATHER STRIP: windows and doors ar« the first places heat tries to go wt— and cold comes inl Weather strip them now, and know you'll get full beat value from your fuel, CAULKING: i* seals your home against waste— is an easy and inexpensive job. Better have it done early — becaiuw the *<»g« you wait, the harder it will be to get labor and materials. COWAN Building Supply Co. EAGLE INSULATION ALL METAL WEATHERSTRIP Over 4000 homes insulated in North Iowa in 7 years. 10.000 tons of coal or equivalent in oil and gas saved, "Nothing must interfere with our war effortl Watted fuel ill sabotage! Pon't risk U — let us help you home- condition now I iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiy

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