The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 1, 1945 · Page 1
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SWEA-EAGLE SEES NUMEROUS FARM CHANGES MARCH 1 Sivea-Eagle: Many changes o: farms took place during the week They are: Wm. Moor's to Buffalo Center; Fred Butterfields to Dol- llver; Carl Roths to Armstrong and Roy Klugars onto the farm left by Raths; Archie Burgers into the house west of the Baptist Church in Swea City which they recently purchased of Robert Bell; Martin Gobels will move onto the 20 acres and house and small buildings they bought of Archie Burger; Edwin Minos will move onto the farm vacated by Gabels; Mrs. Ethel Evans is moving to Albert Lea, Minn.; Harold Evans are moving into town, having purchased the residence where Bert Larsons lived; Roy Miller and his son and family, Orval Millers of Seneca moving onto farm vacated by Evans, the elder Millers moving into farm house and Orvall Millers into tenant house; the Wm. Sanders will move onto farm vacated by Mil- lew; Carl Sehroeders have Into the farm residence vacated some time ago toy John Ecklunds who moved to Maple Sill; Mrs. Mary Turgeson and children are moving onto a small acreage near Bancroft; the Earl Larsons moved onto farm vacated by Mrs. Tur^ geson; Clifford Andersons are moving onto the farm vacated by Joseph Ericksori who moved home to farm with his brother, Axel Erickson; Elmer Baileys are moving onto place vacated by Edwin Mino; Vance Lesters are moving onto a farm near Lakota. Russell Gibson, son of Sam Gibson, and Wilbur Geerdes, son of John Geerdes, left Sunday morning from Algona for induction into the army. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath were ;iven a farewell party at their home last Friday night. A large number of neighbors enjoyed a ocial evening. Lunch was serv- 'd by the guests. They were pre- ented a bed blanket as a parting 'ift. Mr. and Mrs. Rath have armed on the place nine years, 'hey are now moving onto a arm one mile west of Armtrong. Read The Want Ads—It Pays New Arrivals In Unitized Wallpaper Through special purchase of the warehouse stock of a large wallpaper manufacturer we are able to offer a wide range of patterns. NEVER BEFORE SHOWN IN ALGONA 15c tn 60c per n BURT EACH HAVE 4 SERVICE SONS Burt: This town has five Foui Star families and in each family the stars are for sons. They are as follows: Mr, and Mrs. Wm. Batt with stars for Cpl. William, Jr., and Pvt. Darrel W., both in Europe Howard of the Merchant Marine, and Pvt. Richard, who is a gold star son. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bolie with S-Sgt. Faye in a medical division in California, Cpl. Kenneth, now in Belgium, and the twins, 2nd Lt. Wayne and Pvt. Weldon Bolie. Wayne is in Georgia and Weldon is receiving his basic trbining in Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz with Ernest in Texas, Richard a prisoner of war in Germany, Lt. Roland in Belgium who is reported to have set fire to an enemy tank with a rifle shot, and Raymond, the youngest, in the Pacific. All army men. Mrs. Chas. Schrader with Clifford in the navy, Capt. Clarence, now of Miami, Fla., Charles, in the navy, San Francisco, and Max with the drmy in France. Mr. and Ms. Robert Voigt, Sr., with Pfc. William with the medical division in Europe, Martin, with the army and Robert, Jr., with the air corps also in Europe, and Pvt. Albert, 'a gold star son. Mrs. John Koestler has three sons and two daughters in active service: Howard and Clifford Carlsen, USN, who have both been overseas, Virgil of the navy in the Pacific, Vera who is a WAC and Elva Lorene, a cadet nurse. honw b* their Sm £&m wild it „ mettle* of the basketball tetst at the!? h6ihe Fjflda£ e^eltihtt If Rue.sts: lften\beM"oT~t¥4""b"asitet ball siiuad, coa*h and Mrm Mar shall Torgenseh, the cheer leaa ers, and' Mr, and Mfa. E. P. Ffed» erickson. The evening was spen visiting after which homemadi ice cream and cake was served Clifford Carlsen, Ac, whb is «ow stationed in Maryland, spen a few days with his mother, Mrs John Koestler, and other relatives here. He returned east the :ast of the week. Mrs. Charles Kenning and sort Charles who have 'been visiting ler parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schroeder, left Saturday for Sibey where she plans to visit a while at the home of her sister, Mrs. Ralph Bartlett. In honor of Herman Scrrfoe- der's birthday recently a dinner was served at the Schroeder home ncluding a cake with candles. The following were present: Mr. nd Mrs. Lloyd Priest, Washing- on, D. C.; Mrs. Chas. Kinning nd son Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Cenneth Cook, son Terry and aughter Phyllis, and Doris Philips, Algona. Betty Lu Mitchell entertained he Missionary Maidens at her ome Saturday afternoon. Maxne Batt was a visitor. The occa- ion was also Marlene Dremmel's birthday and a birthday cake wa served the guests by Betty Lu ! mother, with the dainty lunch. An epide/nic of colds, sori throat and flu is going the community. Many to roll WALLPAPER ^^ AS • Priced for quick sale LOW • Many lovely patterns AS PER ROLL Cowan Building Supply Company ALGONA IOWA Plione 275 The Mission study group of the Methodist church met at the home of Mrs. Walter Lockwood Wednesday afternoon of last week. The mothers of the high school juniors had a meeting Wednesday afternoon of last week to make plans for the junior-senior banquet. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meier received word from their son, Pvt. Earl Meier, recently that he is now stationed in France. The Meiers' son Dean is in the navy and is somewhere in the Pacific Dean is a petty officer 1-c and has not been home for three years. Part of this time he worked in Washington. Marilyn Boettcher returned to Waterloo Sunday after spending a few days with her parents here. W. F. Baum and Mrs. Lottie Isenberger of Lakota were callers in town Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Isenberger had spent the past two weeks at the Walter Klamp. home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Schweitert were Sunday dinner guests at the W. F. Baum home, Lakota. A brother of Mrs. Schweitert, who is in the service, was home for a few days visit. Mrs. Sauerman of Sparta, Wis., is spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Staehle. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Figge are the parents of a son born to them in the Algona Feb. 23. The other child, Kathleen, three years old. •Mr. and entertained hospital Friday, Figge's have one through of the townspeople have been ill. Las Thursday there were 14 absen from the first and second grade room and a number from each of the other grades Miss Edel first and second grade teacher, was ill Friday. Mrs. Roland Lavrens and children moved from Algona recently to the house in the north part of town vacated >by th^ Pete Theisen family. Theisens moved to kota where Mr. Thiesen charge of a locker plant. Eugene Theisen, Lakota, was in town Saturday calling on friends. Gene was clerk at Nealy's Hardware before moving to Lakota. Sara Nell Hunt and sister Helen of Dolliver came Friday evening to spend the week-end at the home of their grandparents, W. H. Schweiterts, and with their Aunt Helen. First Lieut. (USMC) and Mrs. Roland Marbaugh arrived from Camp Pendleton, Calif., the first of last week for a visit with Mrs. Marbaugh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Fraser. Lt. Marbaugh returned to his duties of instructor at Camp Pendleton after spending five days here tout his wife will remain for a longer visit. Mrs. Carl Reynolds some 26 persons in I See Your Dealer— I Spring work is just around the corner, and no one wants to wait for repairs or parts when weather permits and spring work starts. Bring in your magnetos now, as well as other items such as valve refacing, valve seat grinding, brake drum truing and grinding, brake relining and many other items to be repaired before spring work starts. Help and material are scarce, and there may be a delay if you wait until the last minute. We want to help as much as we can with the number of employees we now have. We all want to see the boys over there have all we can possibly give them. So let us all cooperate in every way in getting this work done and eliminating delays. OUR WORK AND MATERIAL ARE GUARANTEED. INSIST ON GETTING THEM. ANNUAL CREAMERY MEETING 01TOSEN ON SATURDAY Ottosen: The annual creamery meeting was held Saturday at the Ottosen high school auditorium with a lunch being served at noon followed by the program and business meeting in the aftrnoon. Four new directors were elected as follows: Fred Kampen, Oscar Oppedahl, Joseph Thorson and Albert Hermenson. There was 33. and one-third per cent paid on all the old revolving fund certificates. The program was as follows: Vocal solo by Mrs. Merle Faulk: pianologue by Miss'Betty DuBar- ry; intsrumental duet by Violet Nelson and Barbara Long; a group of readings by Mrs. Ralph Richards; two vocal solos by Mr. Ma- jerovis. / Mr. Fitzgerald, of Fort Dodge gave a talk on the report of the year. The new creamery man and his wife, iMr. and Mrs. Bryant, were also introduced. Thompson Distributing Co Phone 124 Algona, Iowa SEVENTEEN MEMBERS OP LADIES RURAL CLUB MEET The Ladies Rural Club met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Joe Anliker with seventeen members responding to roll call. The afternoon was turned into a farewell party for Mrs. Ralph Cooper who is moving away. The afternoon was spent playing games, singing and with contests. The club presented Mrs. Cooper with a beautiful picture. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held in two weeks. LUTHERAN LADIES AID MET AT CHURCH WEDNESDAY The Lutheran Ladies' Aid met Wednesday afternoon at the Luth- tran church parlors with Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl and Mrs. Antone Spiech as hostesses. The meeting was /conducted by the president, Mrs. Oliver Kinseth. Mrs. Jake Ryg gave a reading on George Washington and Mrs. Rasmus Olson played a piano solo, A delicious lunch wes served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be held on March 7th with Mrs. Percy Watnem and Mrs. Donald Usher as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Esmay, of Bode, and Superintendent and Mrs. Emmon.s were Tuesday ever ning dinner guests at the Ralpn Richards home. Lt. and Mrs. Wayne Truesdell and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and son, Knut, Jr., were also dinner guests there on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Alf Lee and children, Barbara and Terry, Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and son Knut, Jr., were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Cora Bacon in Algona on Friday. Mrs. Hofius remained until Saturday,* returning home then. Mrs. Hofius is a daughter of Mrs. Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Von Bank and children, Jane and Eugene, of Rolfe, were Sunday callers at the Ray Telfard home. Lt. and Mrs. Wayne Truesdell were dinner guests at several of the homes here during their stay some of them toeing Merle Holts, Herman Kramers and W. H. Whes- panns. Equipped for Snow Harrison Barth and his sons, Jessie and Raymond, of near Decorah have a car ready for all emergencies. They have equipped a Ford with a caterpillar drive, plus an attachment of metal runners in front. Marr Adffie" Kta" to Evanstofi, 111,, Sa wh6f6 she attends the Nat School ef Education, JUne Ade! Kunz returned to Miami, Florida, Mere she Is employed by the F, B. 1, The girls had been here to fittettd the funeral of their father, Julius Kunz, Friday, February 16. Esther Burke, who had attended the Kunz funeral, went to Oirtalia Sunday where she visited Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Drewelson, former Wesleyans, a short time be« fore going on to San Francisco, where she had been employed. Mrs. John Anderson, of Fowler, Colo., is spending some time Here with her daughter, Mrs. Kunz, Dttosen Service Men Visiting Home Polks Ottosen: Several service men lave arrived to visit their fami- 15 jwMMMft mit efefviee, is 1 stationed &ithe navy aif base w Pettsadola, Ms., and is A ftavlgatio'h • irtstriietftr! Mrs. froesdell accompanied him, They left'Friday to visit with .his parents at Stravfriberry Point, Seaman Second, Class Morris Axne returned to Great LakeS after a 16 day leave at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Swardrape Nelson. The young man was graduated from Ottosen ligh and entered the service last •fall. He expects to be placed on submarine duty upon his return o Great Lakes. Eugene StrAithers, who is in the army air corps, is now home on urlough at the home of his* parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wattsan Struthers. He was graduated in he Ottosen high class of '42 and s at present 'stationed in Florida. Monday, Mttreh S, 1945 40 Head 40 Fairgrounds , Humboldt, Iowa ELDON HAM G. H, Shaw, Auctioneer . Kolfe, Iowa 9"' FOR QUICK mtMlA S-tfSfi THE WAN* ADS v IN QUALITY MEATS BUTTER Kraft Dinner 3for Jb; MAGNOLIA OLEOMARGARINE Jb. Folger's Coffee lb. Jar Spiced Fish G AFFELBITAE FISH .5 lb. jar S1.39 MINCED HAM Jb. Baby Food Heinz Strained, Assorted, Point Free 4% oz. Can 1C Campbell's Cream of Mushroom SLICED BACON Jb. 35c SIRLOIN STEAK Jb. 29c Meatless. Point Free 0% oz. Can COBBLER POTATOES 100 lb. Bag m FIG BARS 2.», 49c m T H B L E s ORANGES ior 49c HEINZ CHILI SAUCE Bottle Z9C Yellow ONIONS 10 c 49c Heinz BEEF STEAK SAUCE Bottle 23 C Tender CABBAGE lb. 4c Red Ruby GRAPEFRUIT 3 ^ 29c Orange Sale S. 0. S. SCOURING PADS 15c SUNKIST Navels, Box Tcias Seedless LEWIS LYE Scans 25C 96 Size Dozen OMARROUR 45c 10 lb, Bag Head Lettuce 2 for 19c Blue Barrel Soap Z Bars' |9C Carnation MILK *««» IOC DRIED FRUITS ..,lb, 39c Rai.in. I • lb. 39c HS Apricots .„.,..., ...,...,;,. T . r lp, 49c 2 lb§, 29c Dark or Light 3 Loaves Downy Flake Do Nuts Made Fresh Daily Qts, Gal. 19c 49c Plain 09 Iodized ^^^^ wJ^BP^H^ «PPj lb, Cartonj5jf SUPER SUDS 19c HONEY H 6*0, S1.29 BUCKWHEAT

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