The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 28, 1943 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 28, 1943
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Algona Upper De* Molties* Algona, Iowa, October 28, 1043 Lu Verne WSCS Hold* Anniversary PArty LuVerne: The W-S.d.S. of the Methodist church celebrated the third anniversary of the organization Thursday afternoon by giving a birthday party at the corn-' munlty hall. There were aprox- imately 60 ladies in attendance and a very pleasant afternoon was enjoyed. Each month was represented by a table decorated to represent that month and was presided over by a hostess who was responsible for one number on the program representing that month, which made a varied program of readings and musical numbers, the outstanding number of which was a song by little Morlys Phillips, who was dressed in costume and sang "Shortentn* Bread". She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. H. H. Phillips. Ice cream, and cake were served. Chas. bitsworth, Swea City Fat-liner, Attacked By Young Bull, Injured Swea City: Chas. Ditsworth had two ribs broken last week when he was attacked by a young bull. The animal was trucked to Estherville the next day. Mrs. Cora Bacon spent the week end at the I. W. Nelson home. • "I'll huff and I'll puff .. ." "...But you'll never '£ «•"•"••••" Burt Brawn Swiss to Wyoming Ranch Burt: • Harold Fischer recently sold seven head of registered Brown Swiss females to Mr. Friesen of Boulder City, Wyo., who bought them for breeding purposes. He lives 95 miles from a railroad, and his farm is all irrigated. The cattle were shipped from Burt and arrived there a week later. Former Swea-Eagle Folks to Florida Defense Job Swea-Eagle: Mrs. Loran Byers of Troy, Ohio, cnme by bus to Fairmont, Minn., Saturday where Mr. and Mrs. John Jongberg met her where she will visit, and other friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Byevs moved to Ohio some years ago when they quit farming here. Mr. Byers left Troy two weeks ago for Orlando, Florida, where they plan to make their future home. Mrs. Byers left some time ago 1'or St. Paul, Minn., to visit a daughter, Mrs. Walter Wickstrom, where she visited until coming here. After a short visit here she will leave for Canada to visit her aged father, then later join her husband In Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Byers have both been employed in war defense work and expect to go into defense work in Florida. Ledyard Youth fakes Treatment in Mankato Ledyard: Ronald Schroeder 1 , who had his arm broken over a Week ago, was taken to St. Joseph's hospital at Mankota last Tuesday'to have the bone set. It was found however that it could not be set at the time and Ronald remained at the hospital for treatments and observations until such a time when the bone can be set. His many friends hope to see him back Home again very soon. Fire In Fire' House I The fire siren warning in Waverly one day last week called attention of people to a fire in the fire station and to one of the best trucks at that. Fire discovered under the truck, damaging,a . lot of hose and the truck's good , tires. Firemen were able to get the truck out of the building and into the street before the building caught fire. ST. JOE NEWS Any one of our stoves or heaters will help do the trick inside your home. And our glass cloth, vita-' pane glass, door paper and heated chicken waterers will help outside the house. » Copper Clad Ranges $119.50 Warm Morning Heaters $45.95 Parlor Heaters $65.00 Glass Cloth per yd. 25c Vitapane Glass pet- yd. 57c Door Paper, for 7 ft. door 19c Heated Chicken Waterers, 5 gal. ..$4,95 Steel Flock Chicken Feeders, 5 ft. $4.95 Steel Hog Troughs, 6 ft $6.75 Scoop Shovels, No. 12 size $2.40 ' I Kohlhaas Hardware Will Wesley Vicinity Have Air Field Soon? Wesley: From all indications Wesley is, or will be on the air route soon. Saturday afternoon a plane from Mason City landed in a pasture west of town and delivered a fur coat to Mrs. Lester Larson. ••••••••••••••••HI Rummage Sale St. Cecelia's Guild Sat, Oct. 30 at the Allen Motor Co. Sale Begins at 9:00 A. M. • •••••••••••••••••HE WE HAVE ORDERS IN: Central States Elec. Co. 1% pfd. stk. at 17%. Central States Elec. Co. 6% pfd. stk. at 16%. Central States Elec. Co. common stock at 1. Orders at or near these prices invited. Before Buying or Sell, ing Consult: Knapp and Company Investment Securities Cedar Rapids, Iowa 4, Prepare For Winter Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Becker, Jr., drove to Rochester, Minn., to get Mr. and Mrs. Joe Becker, Sr., who had received treatment there. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Berte was baptized Elvirda Margaret by Father Geo. Theobold and the sponsors were Margaret Berte and Ernst Bertc. Sgt. Alvin Erpelding arrived here last Monday from Pampa, Texas, for a visit with his father, Peter Erpalding, and other relatives and friends. Sgt. Erpelding Is an instructor in the army air corps. Two new hen houses are being built, one on Harold Jones' farm in Swea and the other on the Harry Lindc farm in Eagle. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Stoutenberg, Burt, are staying this week at the Harold Jones home. Mrs. Jones is a daughter of Stouten- bergs. Lt. Emory Bergeson of Camp Ellis, 111., has completed his furlough here with his parents, Ed Bergeson's and sister, Mrs. Jay Larson. Ted Nelson of St. Paul, Minn., was a week end visitor at the home of his father, John Nelson, and his uncles, John and Francis Carlson. Gene Anderson stayed from Monday until Thursday at Detti- | mer Thompson's while his par- [ ents, Rev. and Mrs. S. A. Anderson, attended the 101st Iowa Bap-' tist convention at Mason City. Mrs. Martin Gable telephoned her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Christopher at Pequot, Minn., Friday evening to congratulate them upon their 50th wedding anniversary. The Christophers visited Mrs. Gable last summer. | 'Mrs. Har*qld Jories left Tues-' day for Des Moines to .attend the State Grand Chapter of the Eastern Star lodge. She is worthy matron of the chapter here. She WDJ accompanied by Mrs. Wm. Beck, Armstrong. They will return Thursday. Swea, Eagle and Greenwood rural teachers met at School No. 5, Swea township, Tuesday night, Oct. 26. Fred Cram of Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls, gave a demonstration on the teachings of dictionary, and reading comprehension. There was a fine exhibit of library books which may be purchased. LONE ROCK NEWS Before the Old North Winds come sweeping down on you, why not make sure your home is protected and in condition to weather the elements. Why not start from the basement and check everything clear up to the roof? Never has fuel conservation been as vital as it is today, You'll save yourself time, trouble and money by checking your home now. Consider these four points; 1. Keep Your Coal Bin Filled with "A. ' Co»l 2 V Insulate at Lsaat Attic. 3. Order Storm Swh and Put in Any < Broken Light* of Claw. 4f 5e« U« About Any Hem Necessary, . niid W*. Wm Strlvt to Awfet, * j • . • F. Si Norton & Son PBONE229 Ernest Priebe of Fenton was a guest at the Geo. Pettit home Sunday. Dorothy Macumber Hanson spent the week end with friends at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Behrends and Virginia were guests at the Arnie Behrends home Sunday. Mrs. H. N. Asher of Graettinger came Wednesday for an extended visit at the E. M. Jensen home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Recker, Bancroft were visitors at the Mrs. Kate Hawks home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Arie Dittmer and children, Burt, were dinner guests >nt the, Harris Wadsworth home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Doyal Sanders and family were guests at the Morris Lein home at Ledyard. Sunday. <« Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig andj family were visitors at the Wilfred Radig home Sunday afternoon. Art Priebe loaded a car of poultry Friday and Saturday and accompanied them to Chicago Saturday night. Mr.' and Mrs. Henry Schroeder, sons Laverne and Dale were din ner guests at the Roy Chrischilles home at Fenton Sunday, Mrs, Cheste/Alme and daughter Shirley of Ottosen came Sunday fov a few days visit at the J. M. Blanchard hpme. Miss Rita Hurlbert spent Sat-* urday night with Betty Marie Shaser and was a guest at the Lawrence Rath, home Sunday. John Dixon who was stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash, arrived home Wednesday having receive^ an honorable discharge from the army, The Ray Bierstedt? and Mr. and Mrs. Qalvin Householder and son Joe spent Sunday evening at the Arend Neeland home at Bancroft. Mrs. Fred. WiJlrett and daughtipr Elsie" of Algona were visitors fit the. Frank Flaig home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Caroline Acker, man of Burt spent the week end at the Flaisf home. r* L, B. HoWister «f Lone QJ* SIM* b» dau|[hter, ^, t$*> hert Ajnbrpse and, pniloren of New yprk spent several stos pi list week e the ,W, ft leiter tended the wedding and reception of Miss Helen Pertl of Whittemore and Henry Theesfield, Jr., of Ladysmith, Wis., at the Adolph Pertl home Sunday evening. Edwin Howe, Rockwell City, spent the week end at the George Petitt home. He was accompanied home by Mrs. Howe who was visiting her parents, and by Cecil Seegbarth, who will visit • the Howes. Pfc. Bernard Genrich, Ames, spent the week end at the Fred Genfich home. Guests there Sunday included Mrs. Maynard Genrich, son Charles, Mr. and Mis. Gerald Lemming and Mrs. Chas. Allen, all of Hampton. TRACTORS FIRE LIGHTNING THEFT TRANSPORTATION WINDSTORM IOO7o Coverage ANYWHERE— AN* PLACE— DOING ANY KIND OP WORK Over :JoU irac.ors already insured in this locality. COST 18 LO\V L. $. BO1IANNON PHONE 103 OVER S. & L. 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Rolled Oats RICH IN VITAMIN Bl IVORY SOAP Beans 2 «£.i,. 23c Whole Kirntl Mclit Pack 1* Polnti ISKCorn «.,„.,c.n I6e Cream Stylo IS Potnu ISKCorn 2 so".lL» 29c Pla«-O-RIU Early June 1S Polnu DAO£ f RA rccIS NO. t • so ex. c«n 196 Oood Vilut Aktta 1S Polnti Etch Peas 2 to N .t.*n, 25c Uniweetaned Juice of 1 Paint* Grapefruit «..,« 3lc Dill Pickle Mix ,^*,25o Thrown Pack Queen Olives »v, M .jv2le Economical Peanut Butter «0,^540 CItnii Fruit Marmalade ,»,., 29c French'» Worceturihlre Sauce .«.»..,. 13c Mary BUvtna Sandw,Spread.., ^14c Frtth, Orltf Potato Chips 2 a pU" 25c Contlnenul Noodle Soup Mix 3 'JL- 25c Dalryland 1 Brown Point Each Milk 3 14 Lr- 26c Hershey Cocoa **£ I itc Mtr> Suvtni Corn Starch i». Pk( . 6c Oryiul Whlu Amaizo Syrup i*,.. I5c •oMtn Amaizo Syrup i M . b . I4c Qrandma'i Sugar Saving Molasses P ,n,^2lc Orantfma'i Molasses .,„„.* 39c Kltdi.n Tnt«i Flour Gold Medal ..*„, 2,50 Gerber's Cereal Food ..,.,„ 15c 'Berber's Oatmeal .« M, I5c nitti, Pull Plwor, Satlifflni I8K Coffee nb.^310 around to.Ordir I8K Coffee 1lkk .,28c Sunrlch Bran Flakes i B o, Pkt fie Port'l Bran Flakes M.,P^ I3c Sunrlch Corn Flakes 3 11P J2lc Sunrlch Pnpared Pancake Flour 'XT' I9c . Tru Vu Elbow Spaghitil «f Macaroni n^^Hc Zip, ie Ou. in. Matches 6 III 21 c Bno Whlu Gloss Starch i,,. Pko . 7c Speedway Laundrr Gloss Starch 2 1P V.M7c Whlu Laundry Soap Wash Well 5 g ,T2fc Health Soap Lifebuoy 3 bv> 20e Toilet Soap Lux 3 *„ Por Sparkling Window Spray Brit* 8 ,,*««? I5c Complete HoUMholtf bnlntacUnt If ilex (.lion £9c Sal Soda „, „. P ,. 7 ^ £ Faihlon, 650 sheet Toilet Tissue 4 ro! ,, 19s Gauze Tissue 3 ,„„. I3c BUTTER -RAISIN COOKIES ,F»»v-, v .TON APPLES T,^ V JONATHAN bu. 42H ,15c S3,69 OXYDOi 1 Ib. Box 23c FOLGERS COFFEE 2 «,,59C CRisco 3,, jar 69 c HARD MIX CANDY ,,19 C R1TZ CRACKERS ^230 CRANBERRIES LETTUCE 5 TOKAY CRAPES FANCY SWEET POTATOES PASCAI, CELERY ONIONS FRUITSC,/VNp quart, heads 12c 2 «.27c 3 ^ 25c bunch 19c 3,, 15c 3 POINTS PURELARD 2,B,33c SPAM OR LUNCHEON STAR 5 POINTS 12 OZ. can SLICED BACON BROKEN SUCB BACON SWIFT'S PEE»nuiK DReBEEF , TENDFR 36c 6 POINTS ib36c Z POINTS- .b23c 4 POINTS Ib. 19c Ib. 6 POINTS Professional Advertisements ATTORNEYS AT LAW HAttRINGTON ft LOWE R. J. Harrington J, D. Lo*« Rooms 212-14 First Nat'l Bk. Bldf. ALGONA, IOWA W. B. QUARTON M. W, MtttKIt ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Sawyer Building Office Phone 427 -' ALGONA, IOWA HUTCHISON & HUTCHISON ATTORNEYS AT LAW A. Hutchison (1862-1938) Donald C. Hutchison Theodore C. Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 251 Algona, low* B. J. Van Ness -Allen A. Brunaon VAN NESS & BIIUNSON ATTORNEYS AT LAW Offices in new Heise Building Phone 213 Algona, Iowa Gaylord D. Shumway Edw. D. Kelly SHUMWAY & KELLY ATTORNEYS AT LAW Office in Hutchison Bldg., Phone M ALGONA, IOWA LINNAN & LYNCH ATTORNEYS AT LAW Algona, Iowa Phone an Offire over Kossuth Mut. Ins. Bldg. ALGONA, IOWA L. A. WINKEL ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Hutchison Building Phone 180 Algoha, Iowa PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS J. N. KENEFICK, M. D, PHYSICIAN & SURGEON Over Rexall Drug Store Office Phcne 300 Res. Phone 330 C. H. CRETZMEYEB, M. D. Phone 444-310 SURGEON & PHYSICIAN Office in John Galbraith Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVIN G. BOURNE Phone—Office 197 Res. 194 Across from F. S. Norton & Son ~"I OSTEOPATHS DR. SHERMAN MEYER OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN General Practice Special attention given to rectal diseases, varicose veins and rupture Sawyer Building DENTISTS DR. H. M. OLSON DENTIST Located in New Call Theatre Bldg. Phone, Business 166. Residence 788 ALGONA, IOWA DR. C. D. SCHAAT DENTIST Hutchison Bldg. Phone 133 Res. Phone 174 Algona, Iowa A. J. EASON, Dentist Office over James Drug Store ,Phone Office 59 Residence, 85t KARL R. HOFFMAN' DENTIST " ' Office In New Heise Bldg. Phone 44 Res. Phone 116 OPTOMETRIST A. W. Amunson Office—Borchardt Bldg. Eyes Examined Res. Phone 436 MISCELLANEOUS SAM KAUFMAN Expert Furniture Upholstering and Repairing Next door south Iowa Theatre Phone 852 31 ERENIETSBURG PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Farmers and Stockmen with a sound basis for credit. Rate iVs%. Part time office. Friday 1 to 4 p. m. at Bohannon Insurance Agency, above S. & L. Store, Algona. Typewriter Paper 50n sheet" 58" This la a good grade bond paper and will make an ex cellent school paper, The Algona Upper Des Moines wt«M»F>M • o futnla PORK SAUSAGE ,,33c HOOD^S b.£CJ " • rf BHl JHOr jlbtf aimif Ait^g' &te*& mi mm of mi is jag mmi ii W$mi®M ^ i Ci "BETTER QUALITY" -QUICKER HEADQUARTERf Fw itH<l RUBBER SIAMP

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