The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1943 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1943
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TWO ffi V1NCTON BOYS MECTIN WAR AREA IN PACIFIC irvihgtoh: in a recent letter to his mother, Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, her sdn Lowell Samp, told oi meeting Russell Hutchins r son o1 Mi r and Mrs. Carl Hilfchirts. It is not known where both boys are loc&ted, other than being some- wHere In the southwest Pacific. Sometime ago Russell had met HaWy Hull, former Algona youth whose parents how reside at Humboldt. : Mr. and Mrs. Joe Muerer and family of Wesley were Sunday guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Armor Letnke while Mr. and Mrs. Robert'.Leason and family of Burt and Mr, and Mrs. Feldin Perry of Algona were dinner guests of Mr. -and Mrs. Paul Dremmel. £fc. Everett Black, son of Mr. «nd Mrs. Paul Black is dhjoying -a leave with the home folks. Everett has been stationed ,'Ih Ari- .zoria for some time. Also Kbme for the week end were the Blacks' daughters, Ruth and Evelyn. Ruth is teaching at Elmhurst, 111., and Evelyn at Sac City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Geigel and Mr. and Mrs. Armor Lemke weire joint hostesses to the Fellowship club of the Presbyterian •church of Algona last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Clarice Kresensky Had charge of the program which ia derived-from'the magazine, "Social Progress." Spt. Henry Scheppmann, Jr., of White'Sulphur Springs, Va., visited the past week With his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schepp- mann, Sr;., returning to Virginia Wednesday evening. Their son Lcroy left for the wes't coast on Tuesday evening. The family reunion was still more complete -when their daughter, Esther Smith of Des , Mbines was present for two days during last week. A-S Harold Hatten of Farra- .gut, Idaho, is spending a fifteen •day furlough, here with his par- •ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hatten •and family. Algdfta tfrpe* Peg Molncs, Algotta, Iowa, October 28, 1043 Mr, and Mrs. Dale Swaney o Britt were Sunday guests at he parental Tony Seller home. George Qoetz and Dn JR. ,1 Thissen of Algona went to Roches ter, Minn., Sunday and br&ugh Mrs. Thfssen home. Lillian Schrauth Is spending „ two weeks corn'husking vacation at her parental Ben Schraulh home. She teaches school a Palmer. Mrs. George Ricke and Rita Vitzthum went to Mason City Thursday of last week to visit thi. former's mother, Mrs. Mary Stuf- flick, at the Mercy hospital. Mrs. Ella Dolan came Sunday evening to visit at the home of ler daughter, Mrs. George Vitzthum and family. She had been it the home of her son, Floyc Oolan, at Alexandria, S. D., since last spring. a BANCROFT NEWS « *% tt A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cogley last Thursday. Dr. T. J. Egan Is in Chicago his week attending a medical convention. Mary Agnes Wolf is spending a few days at the John Gisch home near Algona. Mrs. Ray McGuire of Marshall, Minn., spent the week end here with relatvies. Pvt. Gordon McDonald of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., spent the week end here with relatives. ' Helen Meschek is spending this week with her sister, Mrs. Glen McCleish and family at Whitte- mdre. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Fuchs left Thursday for St. Paul, Minn., to visit their son Robert who has been ill. Miss Edith Johnson of Thorny- son spent a few days the past week with her sister, Mrs. C. A. Robinson.., Mrs. Bridget Quinn, Charles and Margaret spent Sunday visit- Mrs. Lloyd Elston left Tuesday evening to spend the week with her daughter, Mrs. Newton Mack at Estherville. P. R. Irons Is In bed with arth- •itis. After having it a week he 'inally had to give up and go to bed until the condition improves. Mrs. Matilda Johnson has gone o Denver, Colorado, to spend tho winter with her daughter, Mrs. •Uthel Putney, at Grand Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ebcrlc of 'ocahontas visited the Albert 'orsberg home Sunday. Mrs. Iberle and Mrs. Forsberg are sis- ers. Sgt. Leonard Potnpe came home Friday from Arizona to visit his mother, Mrs. Theodore Pompe, at Lotts Greek. He will return Monlay. Mrs. THURS.-FRI.-SAT. OCX. 28-29-30 Eay Corrlgan, Max Terhuno BULLETS S SADDLES SECOND FEATURE THE PAY-OFF ., Serial "Don Winslow of Coast Guard" SUN.-MON.-TUES.-WED. OCT. 31, NOV. 1-2-3 SECOND FEATURE Anna May Wong —in— "LADY FROM CHUNG KING' THURS.-FRI.-SAT. NOV. 4-5-6 A\V ;_>•. Mrs. fimofy, Bcamcn of Lu- Verne visited Wednesday at the home of her sister, Mrs. E. E. Anderson. Mrs. W. C. Ireland's mother, Mrs. H. C. Black, arrived Monday from Bloomfield for an indefinite visit here. Arthur Gi Falk and E. S. Kinsey went to Mason City Monday Lo bring a truck hemp mill. here for the with his parents, John Ulfei Iowa. Pedersen, returns. Mrs. Pierre jr,,in--|nm • np '\ 1 V — X 1 \ "**\ i \ — JLiMHkw^U J visited here Sunday ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick is from Nevada, Pedersen left Tues- lis, Mo., to live with in-law, Mrs. Roland St. Louis she will other son, Richard, ned at Scott Field, /ill be indefinite and e is .closed till she ! Oucllettc writes Wash., to say that isband recently pur- ety store on Queen lave .been in it now TV/Tl* /*"\1 1£i1 1 rt±f .1 ***.,n Mrs. Hattie Phillips of Fort Dodge spent Sunday here with her mother, Mrs. C. A. Roupe. Bruce Daryl Sandbcrg, Jr., has now finished his basic training at Buckley Field, Denver, Colo., and is now at Montana State University, Missoula, Montana, where he will stay for five or six months of study. Daryl is an aviation student and left Algona the twelfth of August, graduating from the A. H. S. in May. Mrs. Anna Polrot and her son, Robert, are arriving today from Park Rapids, Minn./ to visit the former's brother, Leo Spilles, and other friends around here and Whitlemore. Mrs. Poirot expects to visit around these parts for the winter. Robert will be inducted into the army on the fifth of November at Fort Snelling, IVlinn Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Allen recently received word that their CAM . .Toft* V lirlt r\ if* l» t Itn r. ««-. *. th le th th as be in or El re sh v>« or Cl M da M M 1V1 de fo t it 1U so CO sh CO 1 W. 3. Becker and son, Dickie, went to Cedar Rapids Sunday to visit the Dr. K. R. Feruson home. , They are to return oday Mrs. L. J. Kutschara Is here rom Clear Lake and is taking are of her mother, Mrs. F. Winel, \yho is ill with a heart ail- Julia. Raney, daughter of Dr. nd Mrs. H,oyt Raney of Wesley ame Sunday to spend the week *ith her grandparents, Mr. and [rs. J. A. Raney. Lt. Icol. Luther Fairbanks leit aturday for New York after vis- ting here with his mother and amily at Burt. The colonel ex- ects to go overseas. Marie Semon Is a new operator t the Morrison Beauty Shop. She /as formerly employed at the win-Co Beauty Salon and pre- iously at the Marigold. Mrs. N. J. Kricps and daughter, o, returned home Monday from hicago after spending the week nd with the former's daughter, "erena, and other friends. Mrs. J. C. Wimmcr, whose hus- and is manager of the Woodward store, is a patient at the eneral hospital where she underwent surgery on Wednesday. Harold Breen arrived Monday rom. Camp •'McKay, "Miss., to isit his mother, Mrs. Jennie reen, and his sister, Stella Mae formerly employed in the shipyards. Mrs. Oullette is the former Bernice Stock. Kermit Burtls came home Sunday morning from Camp Scott, Farragut, Idaho, for a 15 day furlough with his family. Kermit is a fireman, third class, and has been in the navy for eight weeks. He has just finished his boot training at Camp Scott. Kermit will leave next Wednesday. Mrs. Lillian White and daughter, Joan, came up from Manilla, Iowa, and spent Sunday with Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. A. Norman, who is sick abed with heart trouble. Mrs. White is the owner and publisher of the Manilla Times, and has recently been appointed postmaster of that city. Rex Voyles, seaman 2-c In the Navy Seabees, leaves today to return, to Camp Peary at Williamsburg, Va., after a ten day visit at home. He and his mother, Mrs. Glenn Crilly, and sister, Shirley Voyles spent Tuesday in Sac City their former home, where they visited Rex's brother, Hanford, and other friends and relatives. Mrs. Irving Monday, from reen, and other riends. relatives and Corrine Otto returned Tuesday rom Racine, Wis., where she and er mother, Mrs. Henry Otto of olfe had gone on Friday; to visit heir brother gnd son, RobertJP.tto rid'family?-•.'• '..-,., ,;.-r.'; ^'' .Peg- Reardon returned to her ome in St. Paul Sunday after a week at the L. E. Linnan home. She was accompanied by Mrs. Linnan who is spending a few days in St. Paul. Mrs. Pearl Potser, associate matron, Mrs. Harold Hutchins, and Mrs. Paul Wille went to Des Moines Tuesday to attend the meeting of the Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star. They will return Friday. Maxine Hargreaves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Hargreaves, Miller returned , Mineral Wells, Texas, where she had been visiting her husband who is stationed at Camp Wolters, Texas. The camp is about five miles from town. Mrs. Miller reports that she had a wonderful time especially since she had made her reservations early for the train tnp. Mart Scheme], son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Schemel, Patricia Lynch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lynch, and' Mary Amunson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson, left Sunday for Coe College, Iowa University, and Cornell College, respectively. Mart is a sophomore, and the two girls are freshmen. All had spent th» week-end at home. Mr.'and-Mrs. C. A. Phillips went to Des Moines Tuesday for a day or two on business. They were accompanied by Mrs. T. F. O'Haire and daughter, Ann, who had spent the .week end here at the home of Mrs. 6'Haire's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rist. The O'Haires recently moved to Des Moines from Washington, D C. Mr. O'Haire is ,in the procurement division of the Woods Bros. Threshing Machine Co. Mrs. R. J. Thissen 'returned from Rochester, Minn., Sunday where she had gone through the clinic. Mrs. A. J. Soppe, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Thissen, arrived from Texas the first of the week and will remain with her parents for the present. She has been with her husband who is m the service and was attached to a camp at Brownwood, Texas. However, he has now been trans- thy, and Elizabeth Wood, and Arlene Von Bank also accompanied them to Des Moines. Ardene Olson began work al the Security State Bank Monday as an added employee. She has been at the Algona Federal Savings & Loan the past two months or so, assisting in the absence of Elizabeth Nifgent who recently returned from California where she spent a month visiting her brothers, Dr. L. C. Nugent and Clem Nugent and their families. Jerome Nielsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Nielsen, left Wednesday morning to return to Vestein Michigan College at Kalamazoo, Mich. Jerome is in the marine detachment and has been there for four months. His six-day furlough was between semesters, so he has^tour more months at the :ollege. ~ lipped >ast. Lt. and Mrs. Warren R. Lasser .- . v" - ' spent a few days here last week and has been stationed at Fresno, visiting the latter's parents, Mr. Calif., has been transferred to an d Mrs. Tom Halpin. Lt. Halpin Santa Monica, where he will be who is in the Navy, has been sta- chief message sender clerk at a tioned at Pensacola, Fla., and new redistribution center. Mrs. Mrs. Lasser has been with him Allen and their little son have there since their marriage about been nr Fresno for several months t wo years ago. He was to report Wltn " lm - Oct. 26 at Norfolk, Va., where From there he will be to some port on the Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wildln of Mrs. Lasser accompanied him. He LuVerne took Cpl. Robert L. is an instructor on PBY Catalina Wood to Des Moines Sunday bombers. Mrs. Lasser was Ida afternoon. From there he left for Halpin before her marriage. Camp Gruber, Ala., after having Mrs. David Smith and Mary a 15-day furlough at the home of Lee Dearchs were visitors here his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. W. A. from Thursday till Sunday eve- Wood, of LuVerne.' Betty, Doro- ning with their parents, Mr. and Morrison's Beauty Shop AGAIN HAS THREE OPERATORS WORKING Alice Wllkins Esther Homervold Marie Semon We hope now to serve all desiring appointments at all times. Please designate which operator you wish to do the work when making your appointment. Phone 279. JJWVWV^ By the Order of ODT 17, Amdt. 3B September 17, 1943 Our milk delivery will be as follows as of October 25: 1943; Monday— south side of Main Street Tuesday — north side of Main Street and so on every other day, including Sundays and holidays. Also the retail department of the Algona Cooperative Creamery Company will be open from 10 to 12 o'clock a. m. Sundays and holidays. * The following prices paid for whole- milk and cream butterf at j left Friday for San Pedro, Calif., stopping off at Omaha Saturday'! ;o visit friends, and then continu- > ng on her trip Sunday. Maxins had been here about a month. Mrs. T. D. Rossing left Friday 'for Camp Bowie, Texas, to be with her husband, Lt. T. D. Rossing, who is a veterinarian in the army. Mrs. Rossing is the formor Ella Harr and is the daughter of Mrs. Edna Harr. Mrs. Peter Heldt came up from her new home in Fort Dodge the first of the week for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. Dittsworth, and old friends. The Heldts have been living in Fort Dodge for some months, but find things not so congenial as in Algona. C. A. Momyer whose illness was reported last week is now reported as considerably better, and his friends are hoping to see him around again soon. His children, Mr. and Mrs. Colt and his son "Chet" came from Chicago and have been with their father. The other two children, Maxine and John, live at home. ferred to a camp in Mississippi! RUN! ... to the phone and call 16 or 17 when yon have something to buy or sell, rent or trade. Fast results at low cost with Algona Upper Des Moines Want Ads....-...:. Your want ads are now read by more subscribers than ever before in Kossuth county newspaper history. Never before have we offered you such circulation. For 25c, paid at the time the ad is inserted, a 12 or 13 word want ad reaches thousands of readers. ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES WANT ADS REALLY GO PLACES. The Algona Upper Des Moines <ctober MS | Wholemilk Butterfat ....... __ Sweet Cream Butterf at ...... *__5Sc Fiwt Grade But ter fat- , _ , . r _ _54« F, Q/-B, Algona Algona Cooperative Creamery Co. Worry Bird* *s o? entered 9 The bds were in ing at the Dan Burns home in Emmetsburg. > Mr. and 'Mrs. Henry Menke, Sr., and Mrs. E. J. Seeney visited at the Al Menke home in Fairmont last Thursday. Meredith Austin is spending this week visiting her aunt, Delma Austin, in Fort Dodge. Miss Austin Is a teacher in Fort Dodge. Robert Wplfe of Minneapolis and Maureen Wolfe of Shakopee, Minn., spent the week end here with their parents, Mr, and Mrs. M. J. Wolfe. I Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Ruter and family left Tuesday for Norfolk, Va., where they will make their future .."'home while Pierre Is in the service of hte U. S. i Misses Catherine and Elizabeth Rahe, Florence Engesser, Helen and Marjorie Lattiroer were entertained at a 5 o'clock dinner at the A. A. Droessler home Sunday evening, , • | Mr. sod MF& Qep, Hess and fcunUy a^d Miss QJsa EJlsbecker of Carroll came Thursdfy evening for a short visit with, relatives. returned, to RarroU Friday panieS by Mr?, late Per-. who W JU yjsjt with h ej r dauhter, rs., He»f t and family. 8 SEND YOUR MAN IN SERVICE STATIONERY We. Have a Complete. Line of Stationery Embossed With the Insignia for Army, Navy, Army Air Force, Naval Air Force, Coast Guard and Marines, 50 Sheets $|10 50 Envelopes 1 Mrs. Henry Scheppmann, Irvington, and Mr. and Mrs. C. E Dearchs, respectively. Mrs. Smith is the former Esther Scheppmann, and her husband is in the navy somewhere in the South Pacific area. The two girls work in the motor vehicle department at the state house, Est;her as a stenographer and Mary Lee as a secretary. Mrs. William C. Dau and children, Evelyn and Billie, went <o Swea City Sunday and picked up the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter jsnrers, fanavti on to Ledyard afld Up to ... Minn., where Mrs. Dau'j.,.,, is in the hospital wife'A 1 badly broken arm. The ne_ is Ronald • Sehroedet ftntft, live* with his parents 'at fceraydS^ ' It seems that while he and a couple other boys were running dowA an incline Rprtald was trippfid atM§ as a result his ami ,was brbkem The doctors in Elmore.' Mintt* advised his parents to take hint to Rochester. He seems to be doing about as well as can be expected. BUT A BOX TODAY The Algona Upper Des Moines 85% U. S. No. 1 Northern Cobbler POTATOES Baf ...1.82.55 The following suggestions are made by the War Food Administration for storing potatoes: ..1, Store only mature, sound, dry potatoes. 2. Store in cool, dry, dark place temperature 40 to 60 degrees. 3. Store in bags, ^ slalted crates, or corrugated boxes/ or bins—raised from floor to provide ventlla- tion. 4. Inspect occasionally for keeping qualities and sort potatoes regularly. ' ; Wash. Comb. Fancy & Extra Fancy Box JONATHAN APPLES ,.:; ; 1 You Can Make FOOD Fight For FREEDOM Produce and Conserve. Share and Play Square. Then There Will Be Enough for All! U. S. War Food Administration 3 ibs. 29c fall Brown Stamps C, D, E, l/dll & F Explre Sat 100% Pure Vegetable (4 Brown Pts. Ib.) dexo SHORTENING ,« i*M V Ib. ctn.OTC Sunnyficld (3 Brown Pts. Ib.) LARD A CO 4 Ib. ctn.OSIC Sultana Choice Fruit (18 Blue Pts. ea ) COCKTAIL II 16 oz. can ............ | f C 39 oz. can * I4C Sultana Santa Clara (4 Blue Pts. Ib ) MEDIUM PRUNES M * Ib. Thompson's (4 Blue"Pts. Ib.) SEEDLESS RAISINS f) M« Clb. pkg.ZIC Finest Quality (Use Stamps 14, 15. 16) SUGAR H •»•!«» .„ „, - - - y ib. bagCOC (Use Stamps 14, 15 '& Powdered or Brown SUGAR n Tb.ttC IT'S BACK AGAIN! The Big Economy 3-Pound Bag ••^^H ••• — O'Clock COFFEE 3 LB. BAG Look. What You SAVE! White House (1 Brown Pt. ea.) EVAP. MILK 3 tall cans 28s From Nearby Farms FRESH EGGS MM Doz. carton ™"f u Sultana (5 Red Pts. each) SHRIMP yj 7 oz. can fciC RATION FOOD CALENDAR Blue Stamps Blue Stamps X, Y, Z good thru Nov. 20th. Sugar . No. 14, 15, 16 stamps good for 5 Ibs. of sugar thru 1 Oct.; 31st. .•-..-• Brown Stamps Brown Stamps C, D, E, 8t F god thru Oct. 30. Browh Stamp G valid Oct. 24th.' Sultana 1 qt. 1 oz. jar Salad Dressing ..: 336 N.B.C. "Ritz" 1 Ib. pkg. Crackers 24fi Daily 5 ibipk)?, Kibbled Biscuit -39c Woodbury's 3 cakes Facial Soap 24c Cut-Rite izs «. roll Wax Paper --lie S»' Iax 24 oz. pkg. Cleanser 23ft Northern ' Roll Linen-ized Tissue fi c Velvet, Prince Albert Kentucky | ft * Club or Big Ben "pfcg.lllQ (10 Blue Pts. each) SLICED APPLES Sultana Red (14 Blue Pts. each KIDNEY BEANS .7 £<L°« Co. (5 Bine Pts, eapb.)" TOMATO SOUP .„ .. HALLOWEEN PARTY NEEDS! Spanish Salted Peanuts M f Ib 21C Spud Pptato CWps m| 8 oz. pkg.«US. Yukon' Club As, Beverages «AL r 4 bottles ;/8C PJus bgt.'dep. , I Ifi " ** as* • Delicious , rrTllff^WJfll 1 9K:

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