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The Algona Upper Des Moines> Algona, Iowa, October 21, 1943 1RV1NGTON FARM BUREAU MEETS TO ELECTS OFFICERS Irvington: The Irvington. town Farm Bureau met last Friday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Geigel with about thirty present, Harold Hunt, township chairman, presided. Election of officers for the ensuing year resulted in Mi 1 . Hunt being re-elected to succeed himself and Hugh Black to the office of secretary. Mrs. John 'Schultz and Mrs. John Weber had charge of the program, the first number being a piono duet by Mrs. Weber and her daughter Shirley. Mury Black Fraser gave a most enlightening talk on her England experiences and the work : of the Red Cross, after which J. D. Peer sang two solos. Lunch was served. It was voted to hold Tegular meetings until thev- spring work starts next April. A. U Brown was a guest and spoke briefly at the meeting. Barney Frankl has been in South -Dakota the past several <days on a business mission. , Mrs. Ben Trehune returned'last -week from an extended visit with her mother and other relatives at Rochelle, 111. ' Mrs. Katherine Park returned 'home Sunday evening after visiting with friends and relatives at Cedar 'Rapids the past week. Joe Wadleigh has returned' to his home In the Galbraith vicinity after visiting with friends and relatives ,at his old home in 111- Inoia. . h 'V- i ,:.'.'' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jenkins are visiting' 1 at the parental Ralph Lage home and Joe has secured •employment at the local A & P :store in Algona. Guy Giddings, LuVerne, Irvington rural mail carrier, has entered the U. S. Navy for service and his place is being supplied by his wife, Mrs. Giddings. Last Monday evening the Irv- in;fton I's and the Irvingto'n Jr. 4-H club entertained their parents at their annual mixer party. The event was held at the Irvington school house. The entire affair is arranged and planned toy the younger set. Laverne Mineart of Mason Cily was a guest last week of Mr. and "Mrs. Barney Capesius. Laverne is home, on a furlough having been in the navy for thirteen months. He has also been in the southwest Pacific and left Pearl Harbor just before it was bombed. This is his first furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Phillips have received word from their son Clifton telling them he is stationed somewhere in India, and that the trip to that far away country was very uneventful. It had 'been, spmc' time since the IPhillips had heard from their son and there was some anxiety about his whereabouts. • ' •*' In a recent letter to her. parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. Barney Capesius, their daughter -Maxine, of Des Moines had stated .that she •was now located fn an apartment -with a group of girls who were doing light housekeeping. Esther Scheppmann Smith is also in the same building. Both young ladies have employment at the capital city of Des Moines. Leroy • Scheppmann, Yeoman 1-c arrived at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Scheppmann, last Sunday for a sixteen day furlough. Leroy is now stationed at San Diego, Cal., where he is enrolled in a school of instruction taking special -work in shorthand. Prior to th'.s ~he had been on the U.S.S. Colorado where he was private secretary to the captain of' the ship. The course he is now taking will last about four months. He will then report at San Francisco where he will be assigned to new duties. Production Division Red Cross Chapter Doing Splendid Work A letter from the office of the field director, station hospital, at Camp Wolters, Texas, received by Home Service Chairman C. A. Phillips, speaks very highly of the splendid work the Kossuth production staff of the county chapter, Red Cross, is doing. Writes the' director: "We recently received a large shipment of chapter produced articles from the mid-western area office. Among the articles was a number of pajamas- from your chapter. We wish to express the appreciation of the Red Cross staff and the medical authorities of Camp Woi- ters station hospital for the splendid work which your production staff has done. Kindly inform each of the members off your working unit that the work/Which she is doing is of paramount service to the men in our armed forces." Two Swea-Eagle Girls Leave For West Points Teaching, Nursing Swea-Eagle: Mrs. Geneva Fin- leysonMeft a week ago for Portland, Oregon, where she will be employed in a defense area as a primary teacher. It is a large school, having eleven primary teachers. Mrs. Finleyson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Berg. Her husband is in the army. . Nurse Betty Anderson, a recent graduate of Kaylor School of Nurses, Rochester, Minn., has completed a two weeks > visit here with her parents, Art E. Andersons, She left Thursday for Minneapolis to join a nurse classmate and left from there for near Salem, Oregon, where they have joined the nurses staff in a hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brandt, and sons Floyd and Darrel were Sunday dinner guests at Conrad Gable home'in Ledyard. Sylvia Isaacson left Saturday for Omaha where she will visit a week at the Walter Peterson home. Miss Isaateon and Mrs. Peterson are cousins. Mrs. Frank Isaacson, Mrs. Mary Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. '.Ml. Burkow were in Waterloo Monday until Thursday last week attending an Open Bible conference. Four Corner News Disk Sells For $250 Union: The Ben Reid sale last Friday was very well attended, and stock and machinery sold at the high prices which are so prevalent now. A disk sold for $250. It was a closing-out sale. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rich, Algona, spent Sunday at the Wm. Dray-. ton home. I Mr.- and Mrs. Art Collinson, Algona, were Sund'ay callers at the Cheti Robinsons. Mary Joyce Rich, of Bancroft, spent Sunday afternoon and evening with her parents, the Edward Richs. The Arch'Walkers and the Wilbur Holdrens, Algona,. were a week ago Sunday dinner, guests of the • Orville Holdrens. Mr. and Mrs., Keith Stephens and children were at Keith's folks Sunday. A brother, John Lee, was home from Oklahoma on a 11- day furlough. The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club will meet today with Mrs. Violet Walker, with Mrs. Rose Sabin assisting. Opening song, "Onward Christian Soldiers"; roll call, "Jokes"; a paper, "Madame Chiang Kai-Shek," will be given by Mrs. Ruth Stephens. Mrs. Theron Rude, sister of. Mrs. Edward Rich, spent Monday, night and part of Tuesday at the Richs, leaving Algona by bus Tuesday aftemjgojtj^ enroute to Camp Abbot, Oregon, to join her husband, Pvt:- Theron Rude, who has been at Camp Abbot since June. -• The Arch Walker, Orville Holdren, Lewis Broesder and Cecil Bjustrom famillesfend Mrs. Edith Rich, AlgOna, andJWarcella Priester, Whittemore, rwere • Sunday dinner guests at the Robert Walker home. Mr. and Mrs. John McNeil and son'Micky spent Sunday evening with the Walkers. m GOT OUR WART ON CARGILl \SOWANDPIGMEAL\ KEEP US GAINING WITH CARGIU MOGSUPPLEMENT! ' PUSH FOR BIGGER GAINS with CARGIU HOG FEEDS : During gestation, after farrowing and after wean-. ] ing it's CargiH Sow and Pig Meal! First, fed to the 1 sows —»then, fed to the pigs, It help£ promote an ••ample flow of wholesome, nourishing milk — it helps pigs get 9, sturdy, thrifty start! This year make yours a double program; Save more pigs -~ put on mpre weight! TQ pack frames with pprk p.nd finish market hogs --buy QirgiU Hog Supplement! ORDER FROM US NOV\T Algona Implement Co. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Smith spen Thursday in Des Moines. Mrs. Ken Gibson of Minneapolis visited from Monday till Wednesday at the W. A. Hardy home. Doris Cooper, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jack Cooper, began working Monday at the Main liner. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rosenkranz Spencer, 1 and Mr'.' and Mrs. L. F Pratt, Burt, spent Sunday at Sam Smith's. Lou McMurray returned Frldaj from Rochester where he spen a few days taking treatment fo an eye ailment. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Amfahr spent Tuesday in Fairmont anc Jackson, Minn., taking care o some business. Mrs. J. O. Stcphcnson of Free port, 111., visited over the weel end with Mrs. Ada Stacy and Mr and Mrs. Milton Fox. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kennedy of St. Paul, came Sunday for a week's visit at the home of th letter's father, John Goeders. Lavcrllc Long, who is a freshman student at Iowa State Teachers College, spent the week enc here with her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. K. D. Long. Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Clapsaddle and children, Jack and Jill, visited at the Martin Carlson home a Ogden. Mrs. Carlson is a sister of Mrs. Clapsaddle. Bert Miner received word 01 Tuesday that his niece, Mrs. 2d Rogers died Sunday night at Madelia, Minn. Funeral service: were held Wednesday afternoon Mrs. Louis Lynk spent Sunday at Belmond visiting her mother Mrs. W. H. Wolle, and her brother, Capt. Howard R. Wolle, .who was home on leave to visit his family. Mary Amunson, freshman at Cornell College, is expected home P'riday morning to visit over the week end with her parents, Dr and Mrs. A. W. Amunson, and friends. Lt. Loren Courtney left yesterday for Camp Haan, California after a ten day visit here with hi* parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A Courtney. He is in the air-crafl artillery. * Peg Rcardon of St. Paul is a guest of Mrs. L. E. Linnan this week. She is employed in the Minnesota education department Miss Reardon is a sister of Mrs Leo Wassenberg. W. A. Hall was confined to his bed several daws last week because of illness. Mr. Hall is one of the owners of the Algona Implement ', Co., and is manager of the establishment. Kathryn Kelley, who recently returned from Los Angeles, Calif, began working Monday at the Druggists Mutual Insurance Co. Where she had been employed before going out west, :; r Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dooley of West Bend, Wisconsin, are parents of a new daughter, Mary Katherine, born Tuesday. The Dooleys have three boys. The baby is the first granddaughter of the local J. J. Dooleys. Russell Buchanan, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan, came home Tuesday evening to spent the week. Russell has finished his course at St. Ambrose College under the navy, and a week from Friday he will report to Davenport to receive further orders. Mrs. Laura Van Dee came home Tuesday from Waterloo where she spent two weeks visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wayne Wolf. Mr Wolf is a foreman at the John Deere plant there. Mrs. Van Dee also visited her step-daughter, Mrs. Jess Olson, at New Hartford. Lois Schenck will leave Friday to return to Chicago after a week of vacation at the home of her brother, Alfred, and family. Miss Sehenck is a publicity writer in the public relations department of the American Meat Institute and also does some radio broadcasting. Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan,, Mrs. Jess Lashbrook, Mrs. Henry Furst, Mrs. William Combs, Mis. Lynn Keith, and others attended the Baptist convention at Mason City Wednesday. The convention started Monday and the Rev. R. F. Kittrell and his family have been over there since then. Mr. and Mrs. William Stewart and daughter, Carolyn Jean, of Des Moines, are visiting here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Norman. Mr. Stewart will be inducted into the army at Des Moines on Monday, and Mrs. Stewart and the child will remain here for the duration of the war. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Fox and sou Henry were Sunday guests at the Milton Fox home. Mr. and Mrs, C. L. Eisenman of Britt and Mr. CARGILL HOC FEEDS Union Farm Yields 29 Bushels Beans to Acre Union: Fred Will had perhaps one of the largest soy bean yields to be reported in Union township. They averaged 29 bu. per acre, Of course they were on good ground and the rows planted fairly close together. Soybeans are of better quality and yielding much better than last year. Corn gathering starts this we^lc. LuVerne WAVES Home Ou Leave; Guests at Dinner LuVerne; A family dinner was held Sunday at G. A. Egglestou's honoring the two- Egglestpn daughters who are WAVES. »"W at home. Beaul«h, whs *s an aviation mechanic's mate, third class, arrived Friday .frpni ||em- phis, Tenn., where she has ppra- pleted bet training. Sh6 will now be stationed at the air base at Ottumwa, Iowa. Doris arrived Sunday for a five day leave from the Qreat JUlsss JinviJ Training Station where she is s pharma- gist's mtte. Othwjpef£ wer$ the Arthur -Henrys, w«t,;Re&'d,- tfta £hj8B. Nygaar4& W€4^,^th> Key. and Mrs, Robert PWlfips and family and Mrs. Carroll Johnson and Son, Paul, of Fairmont, Minn., were also guests of the Fox family on Sunday. Mrs. Eisenman and Ken Fox are sister and brother of Milton Fox. Wilfred Ressegule of Evanston, 111., visited his mother, Mrs. Harry Holmes, from Thursday to Sunday, while ' enroute to the state bankers' convention at Lincoln, Nebr. Wilfred is the assistant cashier of the credit department of the Continental-Illinois National Bank and Trust Company of Chicago. » Lt. Edward Sherman, V. S. Navy, will leave Saturday to return to Washington, D. C., where he is in the supply department, after visiting here since Friday with his mother, Mrs. T. C. Sherman. Prior to being in the navy Lt. Sherman was with the American Telegraph and Telephone Company. Winifred and Margaret Plumb, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Plumb, spent several days recently in Des Moines visiting friends. The girls' other sister, Patricia, spent the week end hetu visiting her parents and 'friends. Patricia is a freshman student at Iowa State Teachers College,,and was a graduate this spring of the public high school. Ralph Smith, pharmacists mate 3-c, left Sunday for Brooklyn, N. Y., after a ten day visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith. This is his first visit home since a year ago in July when he finished his boot training. He arrived in time to see his sister, Mrs. Arne Pedersen, and baby before the latter went to California to join her husband who is stationed at Santa Rosa. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Skillingr received word from their son, Edward, who is a private, that he had submitted to an operation on his knee in the hospital at Fort Lewis, Wash., where he has been stationed since his entry into the army. It will be remembered that Ed injured his knee when playing football with the local high school team. He graduated from A.H.S. in 1942. All of Ed's friends hope the operation was successful and that he will have a speedy recovery. DANCE At Wesley WED., NQV. 3RD Sponsored by the Young Ladies of St. Benedict. 42* Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Button spent the week end in Toledo visiting relatives. Mrs. Clare Anderson and Mrs. Glen Raney were in Fort Dodg2 Tuesday at the Episcopal convention which was held there. Mrs. Hugh Post and Mrs. Frank Vera went to Fort Dodge Saturday to meet the latter's daughter, Elvie, who was returning from P trip to Omaha, Nebr. Miss Julia Vondcrhaar of DCS Moines visited last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Joe Bradley. Miss Vonderhaar is with the internal revenue office. Don Ward, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ward, has been elected president of the senior class of the College of Pharmacy of the State University of Iowa. Mrs. Arthur Ali^'ch and baby of Des Moines arrived Tuesday evening to visit the Ben Ingebritson home. She will leave Monday for Swea City where she will also visit. John Webster Orton, son, of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton, left Tuesday morning for Spencer where he enlisted in the navy. Webster will be eighteen years old Friday, and was in his third year in high school. Pvt. Wayne Schichtl, son of Mrs. L. C. Schichtl, of Burt, was home on a furlough recently while he was being transferred from Camp Wolters, Texas, to Fort Mead, Baltimore. Wayne is the nephew of Mrs. Henry Jbhannsen of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Adams have received word from their son, Lt. Leroy L. Adams, of his safe arrival overseas. He is at present in North Ireland. Lt. Adams is a bombardier-navigator of a I B-26, which is a medium bomber. Sunday dinner guests at the Ralph Reding home were Mr. and Mrs. Nick Reding and family of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mergen and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mergen, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reding and family of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Bert L. Deen were here Thursday visiting friends at the Henry Becker home. The Deens are moving from Blue Earth, Minn., to Decorah. They also lived here three or four years ago. Mr. Deen is a salesman for the Allis-Chalmers Co. Mrs. J. R. Cook and her daughter, Jane, of Webb were Sunday visitors at the homo of Mr;). Cook's sister, Mrs. G. C. Barton. Mrs. Cook had brought her daughter to Algona to take the bus to Des Moines where she is studying at Drake University. Douglas Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown, is expected to arrive home Saturday from St. Ambrose college at Davenport. This is the end of the semester, so Douglas expects to be here for about a week. Douglas is schooling at St. Ambrose under the Navy V-12. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Welter, Mrs. Emil Wester, and her daughter, Mrs. Jordan, and baby of Wesley were Thursday visitors at the W. J. Becker home, where they visited Mrs. Becker's mother, Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Jordan's husband is employed in Chile, South America. Mr. and Mrs. Raymon Henry left late last week for Burlington and Moline, Illinois, where Mr. Henry planned to take care of some business. Mrs. Henry and her daughter accompanied him to Burlington where she will stay with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Henry. They will be gone for about ten days. Xeal F. Connors, the past nine years in the army, is visiting here with his sister and family, Officer and Mrs. Tim O'Brien, and mother, Mrs. P. A. Lonergan. He has served the past three years in the Panama Canal Zone, and five years in Hawaii. He has re-enlisted and is awaiting his call here. He is visiting this weekend in Chicago and Milwaukee, j Mr. and Mrs. Sam Medin are • expecting their son, Carl, to ar-' rive Saturday from Dubuque to' spend a couple of weeks in this territory and to visit them when he isn't traveling. Carl is a dairy specialist for the government. The Medins are also expecting their other son, Kenneth, and wife and children, Sandra and Rosemary, of Estherville to spend the week end here. Joe Lynch, Jr., arrlv«fl; Tuesday evening fro'hi St. brose College, Davenport, whet* he has finished .his course'there though the navy. He ,will' t** port to Davenport next Friday to receive further orders. Patricia Lynch is expected home Friday from Iowa City where she is «' freshman at the State University of Iowa. She will be here just for the week-end. Mrs. Frank Moulton, the former Dorothea Bjustrom, called* her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O\ Bjustrom, from Mitchell; South Dakota, Monday saying that She had arrived there to visit her husband's parents. Dorothea had been visiting in San Diego, Calif., with Mr. and Mrs. Jess Beamish, and in Long Beach, Calif., With her mother's brother, Carl Walker, and wife. Her plans for the future are quite indefinite as yet.. Ensign and Mrs. John Bishop are spending a couple of days here with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee. The Bishops had been living at Hollywood Be$ch, Fla., and now they are moving to Norfolk, Virginia, where John is be- . ing transferred after completing his indoctrination course in Florida. They had been in Boohe visiting Mrs. Bishop's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hilsteadt, and from there they will return to Mason City to visit with .John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bishop. John will report at Norfolk the first of November. NATIONAL has the LOW PRICES Shop Early in the Week for Better Selection COFFEE OUR BREAKFAST 21. Mb. Bag THUBS., FRI., SAT. October 2i-22-28 TRAPPED!. . . With vengeance in his heart, he came back !o kill the woman he had deserted — and la claim his child. Bui destiny caught up with him and he paid the price) A New Angle on The Drama Triangle Karo Syrup BLUE LABEL JELLO ASSORTED FLAVORS 7 \ LIMIT PLEASE Pkg. SUGAR FINEST GRANULATED Stamps 14-15-14 Expire Oct. 31 We have any desired cut of beef, veal, lamb and pork. In an effort to make year red 1 rations points go further we suggest ths following: i * "POINT FREE" QUALITY MEATS * FORT DEARBORN ROLLED OATS %" 18c ENRICHED 5 MINUTE Cream of Wheat Sr- 22c FORT DEARBORN CORNFLAKES Vc 7c Shredded Wheat V^ISc TWO-GRAIN CEREAL GRAPE-NUTS . FILMORE ELBOW MACARONI ... JENNY LEE EGG NOODLES COOKIES TAFFY CRIMP FINEST GOLDEN "C" BROWN SUGAR PURE CANE Powdered Sugar 'our 14c S38c .VSMSc L b 20c ib. 8c u, 8c SECOND FEATURE John Mack Brown, Raymond Hatton in "Ghost Rider" Serial «THW WINS&OW OF COAST GUAB» W SUN,, WON,, TUES,, WED. OCT. 24i25-20-27 IDEAL FOR STEWING—FANCY DRESSED HEMS Lb. 35 PORK NECK BONES Fresh Meaty Lb. EXTRA STANDARD FRESH OYSTERS.... Ptot 59c EXCELLENT FOR BBOTH OXTAILS .... „,. 15c CUT-UP SPIOBD HERRING .... Lb 23c Lb . BEEV AND PORK BRAINS Lb. 13c PICKLED PIGS FEET Semi Boneles HEADLESS AND DRESSED NORTHERN PIKE NANOT TALBOT PLAIN DOUGHNUTS NATIONAL BAISIN FILLED COFFEE CAKE NATIONAL SLICED PLAIN RYE BREAD 16c Each ISC 1-lb. ff)_ Loaf 1UC GOLDCRAET BRAND PEANUT BUTTER . . COME AGAIN BRAND SALAD DRESSING . . IN THE SHELL ROASTED PEANUTS TOILET SOAP GUEST IVORY ..... HAND SOAP LAVA t-lb. 2? 49c Cake* 6-M. Cuke 25c 14c 6c HOUSEHOLD CLEANSEB OLD DUTCH GLASS CLEANEB WINDEX WAX PAPEB RAP-IN-WAX Bottle Crisco SHORTENING M l.h f* 1 'to. Ceiais Jar IVORY IVORY ^^Bp ^^^mjj^* ^^FWP ^WBF ^^V^^WWP

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