The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 4, 1943 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 4, 1943
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"f Lotto Creek Couple Aided In Celebrating Tenth Anniversary Loiia Creek: A number of relatives and friends gathered at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Pot- rate Sunday evening to remind them of their 10th wedding anhi- Ternary which was Friday. Those flONSUMERfl The Algona Upper DCS Moines, Algona, lown, November 4, 1943 poop Fresh Tomato's Ib. lOc Delicious APPLES 3 Ibs 29c attending were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz, Bertha and Arthur, Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Scheppmann, Larry and Leon, and Dolorls Potratz of Algona, Mr and Mrs. Maynard Nemit* of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hintz, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher and Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meyer, James, Marilyn and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl and Marlene, Martin Potratz, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Potratz, Edward and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schmidt nnd Dennis. 500 was played for entertainment. Mrs. Maynard Ne- mltz won high score prize, Mrs. Ben Schmidt low and Mrs. Fred Boettcher chair prize. Members of the Y.P.S. attended a Halloween party of the Y.P.S. ,°,M , St Paul ' s Lutheran church, Whittemore. Mrs. Arthur Zumach entertained at a party Saturday afternoon in honor of her .daughter Ruth's 10th birthday. Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of "ivmond Vigdahl and Dorothy Reid of Algona. The marriage will take place Nov. 7 at Immanuel Lutheran church at Letts Creek. Read The Want Ads—It Pays Gerald Studer to Ohio University For Training Wesley: Sunday dinner guests at the Alf Studer home were Irene Loebig, Mary Lou Haverly, Kenneth Haverly, Dennis Haverly, Don Haverly, Pat Rasrnussen, Jane Hauptman, George Prema and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Studer, Billy and Jeannine. The dinner wns given as a farewell party for Gerald Studer who left the ne;:t morning for Minneapolis and from there to Oxford, Ohio to attend the Miami university preparatory naval training academy. He graduated from Wesley high school last spring. Cpl, Julius Monson and Lion Lloyd Smith of Forest City. The Lions will sponsor a benefit dance Wednesday evening, Nov. 24. The proceeds are to.go to the Community Improvement fund. Walter Drummer, Wesley, Suffers Head Injury Wesley: Walter Drummer suffered a two inch cut in the back of his head Tuesday .while unloading corn in a crib at the Clarence Dornbier farm. He was cut by a nail protruding from the roof of the crib while climbing over the top of the bin inside the crib. Wesley Lions Entertain Service Men to Dinner Wesley: The Lions club held their regular meeting Wednesday noon in the Methodist church. Guests were Sgt. Paul Carman, Sweet Potatoes 3 Ibs 25c Mother Hubbard FLOUR Bowl Free S2.29 50 Ib. Bags Per Armistice Day THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11 Thanksgiving Day THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25 Algona Stores, Banks, Offices Will Be Closed Each Day Groceries and Bakeries Open on Nov. 10 and 24th to 9:00 P. M. &*%XiXB&iy&^^ Harold Grover shelled corn the past week for Ray McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zanke were Sunday dinner guests at the Robert Harvey home, torn Samson is picking corn for Martin Becker with a two- row and is making quick work of the 90 acre job. Mrs. LeRoy Lee and daughter' Linda arrived Monday evening from Oildale, Calif., for several weeks here with relatives and friends. Student Nurse Virginia McWhorter was an over Sunday visitor with home folks. She is taking cadet nurses' training at Rochester at St. Mary's hospital and has been there two months. Several ladies from here at-> tended a Band Mothers meeting at Burt Monday afternoon. Plans are being made to serve the county Farm Bureau banquet Nov. 10 at the Burt high school. ; A Halloween party was held at the Kyle Keith home Friday evening. Guests were the teacher, Mrs. Clyde Priebe, also her husband and all the pupils at school No. 8. Other young folks were also invited and games'and lunch were enjoyed. An outside treasure hunt added to the fun. | The Portland Service club met Saturday with Mrs. Chris Bolie in Burt. The women voted to donate one dollar each to their fund for birthday and Christmas gifts and quilt linings for the boys 'in : service. Wool blocks were cut and sewed and half a quilt was made before the business meeting was held. and Mrs. Fred Munyer were at Rochester last week where Mrs. Nitz took Paula Kay through the clinic. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zielske was baptized at the Methodist church Sunday morning and was christened Dorothy Lavonne. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Clark of Lakota and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nitz and Joyce and Paula Kay were visitors at the Lou Nitz home Sunday. The W.S.C.S. met in the basement of the Methodist church Thursday afternoon. Final plans were made for the bazaar. The committee serving was Mrs. Burrows, Mrs. L. W. Wermer, Mis. Ed Looft, Mrs. D. B. Mayer. Last Thursday evening the VV. S. N C. S. held a special worship service in observance of the wees of prayer and self-denial. A program was given in which the following took part: Mrs. D. A. Carpenter, Mrs. Glenn Yahnke, Mrs. Burrows, Jean Gabel, Mrs. Wrn.. Stubbe, Alvina Halvorson, Mrs. Edward Cass, Mrs. Henry Frye,! Mrs. Wilson Brack, Mrs. Edwnrd • Halvorson, Mrs. D. B. Mayer nnd, Mrs. N. A. Pingle. I TRACTORS FIRE LIGHTNING TRANSPORTATION WINDSTORM lOO/o Coverage ANYWHERE—ANY PLACE—DOING ANY KIND OF WORK Over 250 tractors already insured In this locality. COS* M L. S. HOIIAXXOX PHONE 103 OVER S. & L. STORE 38-40-41 LEDYARD NEWS Folgers COFFEE IB JAR 2 TAR 59c Consumers OATMEAL 48 oz. Package 21c Lighthouse CLEANSER 3 for Me Time-Tested Advice About Chest Colds! 'Grandma Was Right •Time Has Proved It Today, the first-choice and family standby for relieving miseries of colds in millions of homes is the same home- remedy grandma used ..." Vicks VapoRub! What better recommendation could a product havel When you rub time-tested VapoRub on the throat, chest and back at bed- . time It starts to work 2 ways at once :,—and keeps on working for hours to relieve coughing spasms and congestion in the cold-clogged upper breathing passages, to ease muscular soreness or tightness. It invites restful sleep. And often by morning most of the misery of the cold is gone! Try it. Approved % M • f* ttf {£* By Two mm • \* ff% «9 Generatttns W VAPORUB Mrs. Ted Green, Mrs. Aubrey Waterhouse and Esther Green were Fairmont visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Albright and Connie, of Ceylon, were Sunday visitors at the Wm. Green home. A Red Cross meeting will be held Friday at the school house at which time officers will be elected. Martin Gabel 'accompanied Albert Brand to South St. Paul Monday, bringing back a load of feeder cattle. Mrs. Albert Brand called on Ronald Schroeder at the St. Joseph hospital at Mankato Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Josephine Weise visited from Tuesday until Saturday at the home of her sister, Mrs. H. L. Melz, at Blue Earth. Miss Marvel Halvorson, of Gladbrook, spent the week-end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed T. Halvorson. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Pingle were visitors Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Pingle's mother, Mrs. Margaret Looft, at Swea City. Mrs. Paul Nitz and Paula Kay pI'IIHIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIII^ |PUBLICSALE[ ^ I will sell at public auction at the farm 4 miles west and 4 miles south of j= H Algona; 8 miles south and 6 miles east of 'Whittemore; and 6 miles straight = ^ mm 1\'t\o4- t\9 Twvrfvirvtskn A*> ^Er =• west of Irvington, on Friday, Nov. 12,1943 WHEATIES or PEP Per Box lOc each i" . Toilet Soap Per Bar Sc Thrifty Lids lOc per doz •***mm^**m*mmmmmSLm Green Top , ^1^ iB^^^W ^^ sBlr ^WWI^ Sale Starts at 1 P. M. 4 - Head of Cattle - U OXYDOl RINSO DUZ IVORY FLAKES 23c H 2 young milk cows, fresh about a month; 2 heifer calves about = H a month old. 1 ' -• • - ' t • Farm Machinery, Etc. One Royal Blue cream separator,, capacity; 2 6-{gal. cream cans; 1 8-gal, cream can; filter milk strainer; brooder house 8 ft. by Ig ft,, built last spring; hard coal brooder store, JOOO-chick size; 2 rows new hen nests 14 feet long; ohlckei roosts; some chicle feeders and waterers; 02 bales of straw in barn; set cultivator disc hitlers. Household Goods Ice box, 60.Jb, capacity; Oay bed| 3-bumer kerosene stove? dining room ta» blej fi cl»elr«5 bed spring; 8 dressers; rocking; chair; sack of popcorn; BCA Vic» tor battery radio, with new A battery. . TEEMS—Cash, 0| - see you* LLOYD MARTIN 1 Hugh Colwell, Aui;t f Security State Rank, Here Is Family i®4« ."'-.* Over 3500 Families of 3 or More Read The Algona Upper Des Moines Every, one .of these families who receive the Algona Upper Des Moines has hundreds of needs. They are interdependent upon one another and upon the community. With our paper we make every endeavor to help each family meet its needs by keeping it informed of what is happening in Algona and Kossuth county. Know what happens in your own community. Keep informed as to the when and where of things. * One woman came in recently and subscribed to both Algona papers. She said because she didn't take either Algona paper she didn't know when or where she was supposed to get her new ration books. As a result she came to town too early and would have to make a second trip to get her books. She had wasted her precious gas and her time as well as being annoyed by the inconvenience of not getting her books when she came for them. She said; "I'm going to take both Algona papers so I don't miss out on any more of these things." And we'll bet she won't. The Algona newspapers, The Algona Upper Des Moines and the Kossuth County Advance, offer a semi-weekly service for your greater convenience, that you may have the news while it is new and receive the advertising messages of the merchants more often. Read their ads carefully and know what they have and how you can save. .In Kossuth county both Algona papers are $4; one paper is $2.50, Outside Kossuth county both papers are $5; one is $3, Now more than ever before, the want ad section is important to you, With greater demand for scarce items, you can often find what " you are looking lor through a classified ad, Perhaps you have some item which you think someone else can use. Advertise it in the want ads of the Algona Upper Des Moines. You really get results, For only 25c you can run a 12 or 13 word ad one week. Longer ads arc gc per word, paid in advance, or 3c per word if charged. Iftw save one third of the cost by paying cash in advance, Use the Want Ads — Take advantage of our Circulation — the Greatest it has Ever Been! THE ALGONA UPPER DES I*

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