The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 22, 1945 · Page 1
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 1

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 22, 1945
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LAKOTA FAMILY IN NARROW ESCAPE AS CAR OVERTURNS Lakota: The Edward Sheldahl family, who live in Lincoln town_ ship, had a narrow escape Thursday while on their way home from the Maynard Hertzkes. The steering gear went wrong at the approach of the bridge over the dredge ditch and the car went Into the ditch and landed upside down in the water, which fortunately was not very deep. Ed managed to get the door open and they got out without serious injury except that Ed's leg was hurt. Mrs. Hertzke, formerly Ruth Hertzke, and two children escaped injury. The Dwight Smiths moved last Week to a farm between Lakota and Buffalo Center. Mrs. Lottie Eisenberger, housekeeper for Wm. Baum, spent last week visiting relatives in Algona. Paula Buckels, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Buckels, has been ill the past two weeks. World Day of Prayer was observed at the Presbyterian church Friday and was a successful event. Harry Boekelman, who was recently discharged from the army, began work for Jerry Ukena last week. The Peter Tyson family of Burt moved to Lakota last week and Mr. Tyson is employed in the locker plant here. Jerry Heetland came home Friday from the hospital in Algona following an operation and is convalescing at his home. Mrs. Guy Beemer went to Hanlontown Friday and brought Beverly Fox home for a week-end visit. Beverly teaches at Hanlontown. Fire destroyed the elevator at Stevens last week Tuesday night It was owned by Mr, William but has not been used for severa years. Mrs. Ida Smith was on the sick list last week with an attack 0: flu and was not able to be In her place in the C. R. Smith & Co store. A. T. Buckels has been seriously ill with pneumonia since Thursday and is still confined tt his bed. Mr. Buckels is employee at the Head stockyards. John W. Cook left Sunday for Iowa City and brought home Mrs Cook and the new daughter anc Donald the small son who have been gone since before Christmas. Mesdames Russell Winter, Jerry Heetland and George Ennen Ledyard township, were hostesses to the Farm Bureau women's county committee at the Burt hotel Friday. Rev. Minkle of Elmore, Minn., preached at the Presbyterian church again Sundajf. The pastor, Rev. E. H. Buschman, has been having throat trouble and is taking a rest. The Carl Gerzemas spent Sunday in Elmore where they at;ended a farewell dinner for Mrs. Jerzema's nephew, Bernard Freich-s, QM-2c, who has 'been on a 30 day leave at the home of his parents. The Heetland families here received word Sunday that Lieut. Kenneth Furst, formerly of Algona, was reported missing in action. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Furst, now live in California. Mrs. Furst was formerly Elstena Heetland. De Vere Keister, his mother, Mrs. F. C. Keister, and his sister, Mrs. Harry Mussman, drove to Mason City Friday, taking Mrs. Harold Keister and little daughter there to take a train for their home in Chicago following a two weeks visit here and at Elmore with relatives. Read The Want Ads—It Pays ••••••••••••••I •••••••••••»••••••••• We have just unloaded a Car of PETROLEUM COKE to insure our customers with a supply of fuel. Coal is scarce and difficult to secure. We still have Iowa, Illinois and Indiana Coal. CALL 229 FOR PROMPT AND QUICK DELIVERY F. S. NORTON & SON IIH PHONE 229 ••*••••••••••••••••••••••••»»•••! FAMILY DINNERS AT BODE FOR BOYS LEAVING FOR ARMY Bode: Family dinner gathering were held at the T. M. Torgerson home Sunday in honor of the! son Donald who left Monday fo induction at Port Snelllng. Th'osi present at the Torgerson homi from away were Mr. and Mrs Marshall Torgerson and son Jer ry of Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald May and children of Hardy; Mrs Maynard Satern and children and Dorothy Demory. Another Sunday dinner wai given at the Ernest Berge hom< whose son Richard also left Monday night for Fort Snelling fo induction. Those present at thi Berge dinner were Mr. and Mrs Geo. Little 'and children of Hartford, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Brodale and family and Mrs Clyde Zom and son Jimmy o Humboldt. Several friends called during the afternoon including Carl Brodale of Humboldt anc Mr. and Mrs. Mafnus Sorlein ant son Donald. FARM BUREAU MEETING WELL ATTENDED There was a large attendance at the Farm Bureau meeting held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Olson Thursday evening. 100 were present. After the business session in which various reports of committees -were given, Pair ade introduced the speaker of ;he evening, Van Slack of Ames tfhose talk was on "Soil Conservation." Two vocal selections vere given by Mrs. Justin Torgerson accompanied by Mrs. A. C. Rossing. Following the program •efreshments were served 'by Mrs Maurice Aasheim, Mrs. Emil "Sjefle, Mrs. Clara Gufstad, Mrs. Cordon Larson, Mrs. Vilas Lar:on, Mrs. Irvin Olson, Mrs. O. H. Olson, Mrs. Thor Olson, Mrs. Tom Olson, Mrs. Carl Underberg and rs. John Tbul. The next meet- ng will take place April 3 at the home of Talmat Heggen. BETTER CAR CARE PAYING OUT" IN 4 T -* WAR-WINTER! Mom and Pop and the Car... George - isn't it about time to have tke Standard Oil Man do some work under the hood of the car?" Sticky sludge is building up in many thousands of cars this winter. It always does in winter—but it's especially bad this year because of rationed, short-trip driving. Sludge tends to clog oil lines and screens and may lead to burned-out bearings and scored cylinders. Better change oil every 60 days, or at 1000 miles— whichever comes first. Get sludge-resistant, low-in- engine-carbon, easiest-on-the-battery motor oil—Standard's Iso-Vis 10 W. And see your Standard Oil Dealer frequently. TODAY SEE YOUR STANDARD OIL DEALER for MttiCn Core guy more War Bonds ftMM********'*' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Newsome of 3es 'Moines were week-end guests it the borne of Mr. and Mrs. John lOmen. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Olson en- ertained their sons, Ernest and amily of Council Bluffs and Gordon and family of Slater, over the Meek-end. Recent guests at the home of VIr. and Mrs. Earl Olson were VTr." and Mrs. Carl Jacobson, Mrs. n red Benjamin and Mrs. M. Earon, all of Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skaug- tad left, last Thursday morning iy bus for southern California or'an extended visit at the home f their son Earl and family. Mrs. Osborne Granseth, former Bode resident, now teaching in the Gilmore City schools, has received word from her husband that he has successfully landed in France. Richard Christiansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Christianson, and Grant Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Olson went to Fort Snelling one day last week for their physicals. Mrs. Stacy Peterson and daughter June and Miss Aria Olson have returned to their homes in Milford, Mich., after having been called here to attend the funeral of their grandmother, Mrs. John Olson. Alice Lomen, who resigned her position in Des Moines with the U. S. Rubber Co. and was recently sworn into the WAC, is spending a week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lomen. The Delana township boys and girls 4-H club attended the county party held in Ljvermore Monday night. They were accompanied by the leaders of each group and many of the parents also attended. Lloyd Pehrson, S-lc, has arrived to spend a few days leave with his wife and family after having completed a four months course in storekeeping at Sampson, N. Y. He was chosen honor man of his class. The church housecleaning committee of which Mrs. J. P. Jensen is chairman, assisted by several ladies from the Ladies Aid, cleaned the parsonage one day last week, ready for redecorating before the new resident minister arrives. T-Sgt. Alfred L. Mitsven has been moved to the Netherlands East Indies. Previously he had been serving with the army in New Guinea. His wife and child are making their home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gorde, during his absence. Mrs. Joyce Lowry, high school music supervisor, has a week's vacation from school duties and went to Des Moines Saturday to meet her husband who has just arrived in the 'states from the southwest Pacific where he has Deen serving in the navy, and i:; tome for an indefinite leave. Sunday evening luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Olson of Clarion were Carl Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson and daughters Norma and Doris, Mrs. N. E. Landis of Big Lake, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bergum and daughters, Frances, Donna and Mrs. Charlotte Bjornsen and baby daughter Sharon Mae. There was an all day session of the Home Project club held at the home of Mrs. Irvin M. Olson Tuesday conducted by Mildred Hewitt, Humboldt county home demonstration agent. The topic was on "New Things on Nutrition." There was a potluck dinner served at noon. Mrs. Sidney Holland is the home project chairman. After a two months visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bergum, Mrs. Wm. Di Somma and 'baby son Dexter have returned to their home in Washington, D. C., where Mr. Di Somma is an engineer with Western Union. During her visit at the Berggum home their son, Master Sgt. John O. Bergum, was a brief visitor from duties at the Topeka army air field, his visit making it a complete family reunion. The Emil Elmers family ed a birthday party at O. 3D, Cherland's Sunday evening. The event was in honor of Mfs. Cher* land. The Elmers family attended a 15th wedding anniversary cele* bration at Merle Culbertson's near Ringsted, on Monday evening, The women are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony jandl and son Robert spent Sunday with their daughter, Mfis. HanfOrd Brock and husband at Woden. Another daughter, Lavina Jandl, returned home after a visit at Brock's. x . Mr. and Mrs. F. A. RingsdOff entertained 25 realives at dinner Sunday. They included folks from Minnesota, Algona, and the Wyott Stotts from Missouri. Ca« lent Student Nurse Margaret Hingsdorf was also home for the day. All k were here to' attend memorial Services for Lt. Floyd Stott, paratrooper, Deported kill- 1 ia * ,e left Saturday evening fdr N6 16% Vav, after a 30 day fuflSugli at ndftte. A party held at Ei* mef's Thursday evening was attended by 30 relatives' and friends. (Sards were played and prize's went to Thelma Meyers and Firman Struecker for highland Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Elmers got low prizes. Lunch was served by Raymond's mother, Mrs. Emil Elmers. The Martin Becker family, also Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg and Viola of Trenary Visited Sunday evening with Fireman 1'c AT* nold Becker and wife and small son at the Henry Qlthofl home near Lakota. Arnold has seen much action in the Pacific 'area. He had been in the navy some time before the Pearl HarbOf at' ;ack and was missing for a time But has been fortunate enough to still be with the navy and now IBS the third furlough since then. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Raney at:ended an Eastern Star school of nstruction at Burt last Wednesday. (Meld 6vet frtftt lasf week) Mrs, AM ttjjttto.JUft, J tirftiflenS artd M«. Wllberi Holl doff apeftt KMi Wednesday evening to f£iday lift Mankato wtth Lorraine Grattienz who IS a StU- de"nt at the 1 blisiheSs c6lleg<$ tnete. Mf. and Mrs. B6b Burwash of Peofia, 111., Odme- last Week Tuesday and are Visiting at the par« ental M. E. Bufwashs. Sunday noon Bob and his brother Fl6tch* er left for Jefferson Barracks, Mo., for exSmlnl'Mon for. the armed services. Mrs. Chester Skaar of Primghar spent the week-end with, her sisters, Mrs. Albert Mitchell and Mrs. Morris Mitchell. On Sunday Mr. Skaar and two sons, Harold and Donald, drove up artd they, with the Morris Mitchell family were 'dinner guests at the Albert Mitchell Hbme. Mr. 'and Mrs. Percy Randa and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Randa and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Randa, all 'bf. Cylinder; Mr. and Mrs. George Twailt end family _.._.. visited 'Until Sunday evening at .the parental -M, KyhlS hom&-6thef Sunday i&tt Wefe MrVtttoi Mffc Am ' rle and son filched of RL. _. *d 'aftd Mr, ahd Mrs, L, M» Ho_ ddrf and family of Ceylon, Minn. Mrs, Robert Turk afid small son LOANS i k Oil Automobiles, Furniture, Tractors, Farttt Machinery, Livestock ahd Persdnal Propetty, SPECIAL PLAN FOR FAKMERS IJiiiiod Loan Sorvlco E. tt. Pittittan, Aft*. North Moore, Alffoua, Phone 782 •MS FQR LENTEN MEALS COT IiUNCH HERRING, Pint Jar 24c SALT CODFISH, Ib, Box ..54e BONELESS SMOKED Herring, 2^-oz, Pkf. 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PECK 75 GET A 60 DAYS' SUPPLY YELLOW SPANISH ONIONS S Lba., 23c TEXAS • NEW CABBAGE Lb., 4c PORTO RICAN SWEET POTATOES Lb., 9c GREEN TOP CARROTS Bunch, 8c GBEEN PEPPERS Lb., 20c WEDNESDAY Nancy Ann Raisin-Cinnamon BREAD | |J OUNCE | A lULOAF 1UC > FRIDAY COBBLER POTATOES 100 Ibs. Calif, Navel ORANGES Citrus Sale Buy 'Em by the ' C LAPP'S Baby Foods AL FOOD STRIKED | P 3e TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT PALMOLIVE 20e BATH SIZE 2 OAKES REGULAR

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