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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 21, 1943
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The Algona Upper Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, October 21, 1043 BANCROFT TEAM TAKES STATE TEE AT AMES TOURNEY Bancroft: Mr." and Mrs. W. A. Murray and Jimmy, Mrs. J. A. Devine, Mrs. A. M. Foth, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Becker, Mr. and Mrs. H. a. Hamilton and family, V. J. Lattimer, Dolores and Jim, Joseph Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Clark and Jim, Helen Lattimer, Marjorie Walsh, Deldris Schiltz, Mrs. M. G. Dudding and Marjorie, Coral Elsbecker,' Billy and Shirley Kennedy, Malvern Nemmer, Jane Bradley and Lt. and Mrs. V. J. Meyers attended the St. John's ball game at AfhesJSat- ufday which was won by' St. John's, making them state champions. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Art Blacker last Thursday. SEAL OF MINNESOTA FLOUR 50 Ib 9 9Q Bag «•«* White's Market Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schmidt of Algona spent Sunday here at the frank Lupin home. Mr. and Mrs. J. fi. Kennedy celebrated their sixtieth wedding anniversary last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schiltz are the parents of a son born Saturday at the Chas. Stauder home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Doyle are the parents of a son born Thursday at the Kossuth hospital in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Mortensen of Swea City were visiting at the Frank Lupin home Sunday afternoon. Clare Miller of Joliet, 111., came last week for a visit with her father, George Miller, and with other relatives. Elizabeth Lattimer of Algona spent Sunday here with her mother, Mrs. Mae Lattimer and with her sisters. Mrs. F. J. Hatten returned home from Alton, where .she had spent a week with her sister, Mrs. Nick Gaul, and family. Lt. and Mrs. V. J. Meyer of Lompac,'Calif., arrived Thursday for a visit with the letter's mother, Mrs.. Elizabeth Williams. Mrs. E. B. Kohnke returned Thursday evening from Rochester, Minn., where she had been a patient at St. Mary's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Sundemeier returned home the past week from St. Paul, Minn., after spending a week there with their daughter Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Luttrell of Braiherd, Minn., spent the week end here at the E. J. Sweeney home. Jay Luttrell, who has spent the past three months here, returned hom'e with them. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Schiltz and Mr. and Mrs. Frank'Foth and son attended the wedding of Beverly Duffy and Cletus Hatten at Stacyville Saturday. Cletus is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Schiltz. Mr. and Mrs. John Wesselman entertained at a six o'clock dinner last Wednesday, honoring their son and wife, Ensign and Mrs. Vincent Wesselman of Pensacola, Florida, who were spending the week here. You will find just what you are looking for in our outstanding assortment of hats, purses, jewelry, blouses, skirls, sweaters, fascinators and dresses. Despite the fact that wool sweaters are hard to obtain, you will find all styles in 100% wool 'in all the lovely soft shades you adore. WE DO HEMSTITCHING The Elite Cold Weather SPECIALS CAR HEATERS Hot Air For Model A Hot Air, To Fit Cars '33 to '39, Passenger or Truck S1.79 S7.95 Steering Wheel Covers 39c Hot Water Heater Motors $2.98 Menthonal Your Radiator From Freezing 98c gal. FLO-E-Z Winter Motor Oil 59c gal. Will HoW Vacuum Bottle METAL LUNCH BOXES ,:! With Bottle , FIBRE LUNCH KIT $1,18 WEATHER STRIP, ..... .20 ft, FLEX-O-GLASS per ywrd WARP WINDOW FABRIC pw yd, 26o WINDOW PUTTY ;. 2 Ib, can |5c WINDOW CLASS, 8*10 5c WINDOW GLASS, .9*12 Storm Commando COVERALL SUITS ..... WESLEY RELATION ATTENDS GILBRIDE RITES AT ALGONA Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Erdman .and family, Mr. and Mis?. Lou Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hanig attended the funeral of their cousin, Pvt. Rodney C. Gilbride, at Algona Saturday morning. Services were held in St, Cecelia's Catholic church at 9:30 a. m. Rodney was fatally injured in a taxi accident in New York City Sunday. His father, Charles Oilbride, left immediately upon receiving the message and returned with the body Friday. Rodney was born on the home place near Algona June 16, 1920, and had lived with his parents until h-2 joined the army Dec. 15, 1942, and was stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C., until March 1, 1943, when he was transferred to West Point for special training. Besides his parents, a brother Louis survives him, besides other relatives and n 'host of friends. SGT. CARMAN HOME ON TEN DAYS' FURLOUGH Sgt. Paul Garman gave his parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Garman, a pleasant surprise when ho walked into the house Monday noon to spend a 10 day furlough. He came from an air base at Salt Lake City, UtdH, where he had gone Oct. 5, having graduated from a gunnery course at Tyndall Field. He hadn't been home on furlough for more than a year. Cpl. Lou Garman is at Fort Benning, Ga. BRALEYS OF NEW YORK VISIT WESLEY RELATIVES Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Braley took their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Alson Braley, to Ames Saturday morning where they visited the latter's sister and family, Dr. and Mrs. John Taylor, before going on to Iowa City to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. Denning, and her brother. Dr. and Mrs. Braley with their three children live at Tenafly, N. Y. They had attended the national medical convention at Chicago where he had an exhibit and also gave a paper. He does research work at Columbia university, N. Y. The doctor and his wife had spent two days here at his parental home. Frank Koubs, Sr., observed his 79th birthday Thursday ,Oct. 14. The October quota of surgical dressings was completed late Friday night. Mrs. Frank Bleich will be hostess to her bridge club Thursday afternoon, Oct. 28. The Ladies Aid cleared almost $200 on their chicken supper served Wednesday night ,Oct. 13. Mrs. Lillie Loebig and daughter Thelma Oppedal went to Mason City Monday morning by bus.- Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Olson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the John Pink home near Titonka. '^" ' Mrs. Roland Waldschmidt . of Fort Dodge was a week end guest at her parental Ben G. Studer home. The Ed Loebig family moved this week into the Johanna Hansen house which they recently purchased. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kain and daughter Sharon Lee were Sun- day afternoon callers at the Ed Hlldman home. The C. D. of A.'s will meet next Wednesday evening. The Catholic Missionary society will meet that afternoon. Mrs. Mary Steel of Eden Valley, Minn., spent Thursday at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lon Gauge and family. Mr. and Mrs; Elliot Waldschmidt and family of Fort Dodge and Miss Anastasia Lickteig of Des Moines spent the week end lore at their parental John Lickteig home. Sunday dinner guests at the Urban Lickteig home were the John Lickteig family, the Elliolt Waldschmidt home of Fort Dodge and Miss Anastasia Lickteig of Des Moines. Vera Forburger, a student nurse at the Mercy hospital at Mason City spent Sunday at her parental Tom Farburger home. Mr. and Frank dinner Bleich and family and supper guests Mrs. were also. Arlene Studer returned to Mason City Sunday evening where she is employed in the Kresge store. She had spent a week here at her parental Mrs. Irene Studer home caring for a siege of blood poisoning on 1 her face. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Studer Friday afternoon at the General Hospital at Algoha. He died early Satur- U L f\i.QUllUt A AC \_IHiV* wi»*-Jj «wuvw«. r ,, day morning and was buried in I }:* e <3t Tnconh'c npmptprv Thp moth- < the camp were aiso exnioueu. iW?,Z»M$- W^^^Z*™* fc SENECA 4-H GIRLS CLUB ELECTS NEW OFFICERS FOR '44 Seneca: Margery and Donnn Moore were hostesses at a Seneca Stars 4-H club annual business meeting at their home Saturday afternoon. Roll call was answered by naming a new textile. Blue nnd red ribbons won at the Victory Fair on the groups of canned goods exhibited were distributed nmong the girl winners. The Seneca girls were commended on the excellent showing of their canned goods. Every group exhibited was placed in either the blue or the red ribbon classes as did their articles of clothing exhibited. The club realized over $31.00 in premium money. Three new members joined the club, Betty Ann Ballig, Dorothy Osborn and Delores Wilberg. The following officers were elected for the coming year: President, Donna Jean Cady; vice president, Jeanne Wilberg; secretary, Donna Moore; treasurer, Donna Classen; historian, Margery Moore; and reporter, LaVon Thompson. LaVonne Bailey and Donna Jean Cady gave very interesting reports on their 4-H camp trip at Clear Lake during summer. Pictures taken at camp were also exhibited. Annie Osborn to the home of her her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Brown, Armstrong, where she will stay for the present or until fully re- overed from the accident in whi'.-h she suffered a broken arm and a head injury in a fall. Mrs. Clarence Osborn and Mrs. Freelove Welsbrod called on the latter'a sister, Mrs. Elzi Baker at Armstrong before returning home. Seneca Lutheran Church David J. Quill, Pastor Divine worship at 10:00 a. m., Rev. Quill delivering "Faith Marches On." In the afternoon, beginning at 2:30 p. in., the Estherville Circuit of our Nor- wegion Lutheran Church in America meets at the Lutheran church in Estherville for festive services. The Ladies Aid of 0111 church meets at 2:30 p. m. Thursday at the home of Mrs. Amy Cherland. Mrs. Adey Chcrland i' assistant hostess. AN ACE FOR FLAVOR ACE FOR >»p$l-Cola Company, Loni Island City, N. Y. Franchisee! Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Dodge Algona U. D, M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Result* Julius "Cap" Wolf left Monday for Mahnomen, Minn., where ae will be employed on a stock farm where he had been before he went north to work on the Alcan highway with the telephone company. He returned from Alaska several weeks ago. Emma Studer received word Monday of the marriage of her niece, Edna Richtsmeier .daughter of Mrs. Bertha Richtsmeier of Iowa Falls, to John Draude of Waterloo. They were married Saturday morning at Lockhurst, N. J., where he is stationed with the navy. Mrs. Norbert Hilbert entertained her 500 club Thursday, Oct. 14. Mrs. Vincent Eisenbacher and Mrs. Ign Eisenbacher were guesls. Mrs. Joe Studer and Mrs. I. Eisenbacher won high and low score prizes respectively. Mrs. Studer will be hostess to the ladies Thursday, Oct. 28. Ivyl Marie Kunz, daughter of the late Henry Kunz, and Mrs. Mary Kunz of Glendale, Calif, came Tuesday evening for»a visit at the Julius Kunz home. Ivyl, a former Wesley resident, has been at St. Paul to visit her brother Clare and wife. Clare has enlisted in the army and left Saturday. Miss Susan Pfiffner entertained a group of friends at dinner Saturday in honor of her sister, Mrs. Anna Brown of Montana who is visiting here. Guests included Mrs. Clarence Ward, Mrs. Lou Hauptman, Mrs. Jim Haverly, Mrs. Julius Kunz, Mrs. John Loebig, Minnie Frimmel, Nellie Frim - mel, Emma Studer and Margaret Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. George Ricke took his brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Thissen, of Algona, to Rochester Saturday where Mrs. Thissen will receive medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Ri9ke returned that evening. They brought back Leo Lallier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Lallier. He had had an operation for the removal of his adenoids which were effecting his hearing. Whittemore Vicinity News Items The Whittemore high school, evening to celebrate Mrs. Ost- Presentation academy and the Lutheran school are having a corn husking vacation this week. Mrs. George Elbert was appointed Whittemore's new postmistress. At present Mrs. Elbert is teaching in the Whittemore high school. Joseph Keene from San Francisco is spending a 10 day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Keene. Joe is in the navy. Willretts Fay, daughter of Mv. and Mrs. William Gade, was bap- I tized Sunday afternoon in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mrs. Carl Dusse an-J Arthur Gade. A group of men from St. Paul's Lutheran congregation were out Monday one mile north of Whittemore on Highway 18 to set two 19 feet 2V4 inch pipe in concrete in the Melbourn Simpson pasture west of the McDowell gas station. There will be a sign board erected 21x10 feet, for posters to advertise the Lutheran Hour which comes over a network of 527 stations e,very Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeley and Maxine Bell were Friday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer. The dinner was in honor of the Meyers' daughter, Mrs. Bert Seeley, who! had a birthday Friday. Evening I callers were Mr. and Mrs. Wil- j Ham Ostwald and family, Mr, and' Mrs, Edwin Greinert and daughter Verdell and Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Meyer and family. Cards were played and lunch was served.' A number of relatives of Mr. and Mrs. William Ostwald congregated at their home Sunday Coast-to-Coast Store I wald's birthday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Bruhn and family, Mr. and Mrs., Elmer Ostwald, Mrs. Bert Seeley, Mr. and Mr.s. Louis H. Wehrspan and family and Mr. and Mrs.. Edwin Greinert and daughter Verdell. The eve- nnig was spent at cards which was followed by lunch later in the evening. licious lunch hostess. was served by the Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crowley are the parents of a daughter born Thursday morning. Mrs. Marvin Sanders was a Sunday dinner guest at the Wm. F. Sanders home, Swea City. Mrs. Jennie Jensen, Ringsted, is spending a few days early this week at the Millen Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Carey anrt son were Sunday dinner guests at the Jerald Halverson home - at Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Looft and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Sanders visited at the Grandgeorge home at Woolstock Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Doocy, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lampe and Lester Jensen attended a saddle horse sale at Des Moines last week Wednesday and Thursday.- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Jeanne and Delores and Henry Wilberg attended a birthday dinner at the John Andreason home at Ringsted Sunday. It was Jo Ann's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Smith, Mrs. Marvin Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Verle Smith attended funeral services at the Armstrong Lutheran church Saturday afternoon for Mrs. Don Ritter of Mason City. Mrs. Walter L. Smith's mothi-r, Mrs. Dotson of Milbank, S. D., is enjoying an extended visit at the home of her daughter and 'family. Mrs. Smith's mother, of Ames, spent from Friday until Sunday of last week there, Mrs. Frank Looft has taken over the duties as teacher at the Joe Kennedy school north of Seneca, succeeding Mrs. Kingery who was forced to resign due to ill health. Lois Looft is teaching fie Community Hall school. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Pederson were pleasantly surprised Sunday afternoon when relatives came with lunch baskets and held a housewarming for them. The Peder- sens moved recently from the Ringsted community to the Eavl Osborn acreage which they purchased some time ago. Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Osborn home' included Mrs. Freelove Weisbrod, Mrs. Anna Osborn, both of Fentpn, and Mrs. Jennie Jensen of Ringsted. In the afternoon they took Mrs. A two-months-old pig on the George Bakehouse fapm near Sigourney has five feet. It has two perfect feet on one front leg. Mr. Bakehouse reports that the pig is as lively and active as the others. IT'S Balance THAT PAYS! GIVE YOUR HOGS Balance your corn ration—reduce your feeding costs. Mlnral Meal Meal contains minerals, proteins, and conditioners all in one bag—the elements experts uy can save S bu. com for every 100-lb. gain, compared with feeding corn alone. Oet a trial bag on our money-back guarantee. White's Market Alson Braley, Former WeJbey, Joins Navy Wesley: Dr. and Mrs. Alson Braley of Tenafly, New Jersey, came Thursday for a few days visit at his parental If, J. Praley home. They had attended the National Medical cpnvenMoJ! at Chicago where Dr. Braley had an exhibit. He also gave 8 paper °. n Othol- ogy. Pr. Braley is an instructor in the Othqlogy research department in Cql«n»bi% university at New Yorfc City. From Wesley they visited her brother-in-law and sister, Pr. and Mrs. John Taylor at Ames and her parents, Mr. a,nd Mrs- W, H. Denning and family at Iowa Pity. Dr. and Mrs. Braley have a tonjiy of two sons and one daughter. Dr. Braley has signed yp «w the navy and mil be conimis^ioned a Lieutenant Commander and will soon be ' Non-Resident Farm Owners My farm management service offers you: 1. A good tenant 2. A practical farm plan 3. Close supervision MAINTAIN YOUR INVESTMENT AND SECURE , HIGHEST RENTAL RETURNS PAUL M. SEELEY, Farm Manager 17 H E. State St, Algona, Iowa v 42-43* Is So Good w Fgr Relieving Misers of Childrens Colds Meretban two gpsrattons sgoMii grandmother's day—mothers first discovered YjcteY»pp%b,Today it is the roost widely used home-remedy for rejjgying miseries of children^ fofejs, And hers fe the reason... The moment you njf> VepdRub on. Ug tlvoat, chest and Jwcfc at bedtfmc I! «.t*Jt81$ work two. ways at onm-? and keeps en wssrWol to ease coughing spasms, h<?lp clear congestion in colcj-clogged upper breathing passage!, relieve muscwar soreness or tightness. It promotes yestn^l sleep. Often ntost of the misery of the cow "is gone by mornlngl J| ftj^' i_fciilSM.ife_tc i ,ii 1 ;^53' 13&L >$*&£%&* PANCAKE FLOUR Rolled RICH IN VITAMIN II 48 oz. m 9CC nco. 18 RICH, FULL-FUVOR, SATISFYING 18K COFFEE 32 1 LB. BAG KELLOGG'S Rice Krispies 5'/2 OZ. SUN RICH EXTRA CRISP CORN FLAKES 3 " <«• PKGS. GRANDMA'S SUGAR SAYING Molasses CAKES 39< DELICIOUS ON PANCAKES PINT MR RED ROOSTER COFFEE GROUND TO YOUR 59 STORE GROUND TO YOUR ORDER 3 IB. V>m WBV BAG LESS THAN 2<?c PER IB. 18 Polnu Eacft "L. Olives Unmotaned Julco of 2 Polnu Grapefruit ««...« I2c Uniwaotanod Juleo of 4 Polnu Grapefruit «.. LMn 29c Mary Slovani Salad Dressing .„.,-I3c Cut Oreen » Polnu ***>> Beans Oraam Btyla I8K Corn 2 "L.T 29c Flav-o-rlto Eitra Standard It Point* Each PeaS 20 ox. can 196 Good Valua Early Juno 1* Polnu Each Peas 2 2 li" 25c Hi Ho Crackers, 1 Ib. ....21c >or Sparkling Window) Windex 2 is. 25c rancj *lba«or« • "row? •* *" Tuna v? TM.CM 39c Dairy land * Brown Point Each Milk 3 14 ,L- 26c WHOLE KERNEL CORN NIBLETS 12 OZ. CAN 15 10 POINTS Zip Brand, 18 Ou. In. Matches 6 P ^24c Facial 8oip Woodbury's 3 «. M 23c •no WhIM Gloss Starch * Ib. Pk«. | 9C Gloss Starch 1 fy 0 f g ; (5 2 pkgi. 33C quart fcUC •oap Oratiu Washwell HotiMhold Oh Zero eunrlch Bran Flakes lie 15 os. pig. Mlllen Tumbler Fwo Wheat Flakes 2 P , 0 ,23c Braaktait of Ohamploni • Wheaties Shredded Wheat 1 ^ 1 I0c Pllltbury Plain Pancake Flour 20 «.p k .. 9c Tru Wu Elbow Spaghetti or Macaroni 1 m. «uo pi* 11 c Anorud Deiwrt Pewdor Junket FOLGER'S COFFEE I LB. JAR 33 T»EG. OR^ DRIP Hlghtatt Mary 8M»ant Corn Starch* ,.„. 9c 1». P.O. 6c Oround Black Pepper i*o, P >.. 5c Postum Cereal .. LP ^2lc 1 Ik. pk«. 19C Burch't Craokon Saltines Flav-o-rllo Imitation Vanilla Enriched Flour Magic Bake Gold Modal Flour PRICES IN THIS AD, EXCEPT ON PERISHABLES, ARE OUARANTEED THRU THURSDAY, OCT. ZSth. Pot Cleaners 2 t« I5c Compltta Ration K-9 Dog Meal 4 ',£ I9c K-9 Dog Meal s ».,... 19c Dehyd. Dog Food Red Heart 2'SJ 25c Kallon'i Dog Food GroPup tB«.»..,25c » 0 *. BO R>. ba. lOc I.9I 2.50 THE SUPER CAKE FLOUR SOFTASILK 26 • 44 OZ. OXYDOL lg e. pk ,19c P&GSOAP io igeb r»:39c ALGONA BUTTER lb .45c SUGAR MUSTARD NO. 2 CAN CORN Ib. large cans CRANBERRIES GROUND BEEF SAUSAGE SWEET POTATOES LETTUCE TOKAY GRAPES LARGE CELERY WIENERS PORK SAUSAGE,, 9 JONATHAN APPLES SAUSAGE ^W ^W ^^^^ ^^^^ )^H>^^ - -^HPR

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