The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 8, 1945 · Page 2
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SWEA CITY WOMAN FOUND HELPLESS BY THE NEIGHBORS Swea City: Mrs. James E. Vaux *as been confined to her bed •with an attack of lumbago but is imported better at this writing. Failing to reach her on the phone ^Friday friends who knew she was at home went to the house to ascertain what might be wrong. They found her lying on the floor where she had been over an hour unable to move. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred E, Anderson will entertain the Baptist Fellowship meeting Thursday eve Harold Jones fell Friday and seriously injured his knee. He was taken to Ft. Dodge where he is in a hospital. A. G. Eggers was a patient at a hospital in Ft. Dodge several days last week, taking treatment for some kind of skin poisoning Fred Peterson has sold his house which had been tenanted by the Hollis Beadles, to Arch Burger, of Swea township. Mr. Burger sold hfs acreage Irt Swea towft* ship to Martin Qabel. Will Christenseh was taken to a Fairmont hospital Friday. He has been having a bad time foi several weeks with rheumatism in some form. It was expected t he might come home the last 0: this week, S-Sgt. Palmer Jensen visitee relatives here over the week-end Palmer came to Algona last week to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs H. E. Jensen. He has been overseas 34 months with the army air corps. He served first in Hawaii and later in other South Pacific areas. c CLEARANCE/ MARCH 8-9-10 Kitchen Supplies Highly gl^ed Albany Brown Bean Pots, Reg. 45e 2 QUART BEAN POTS 20c Chrome Plated. Reg. 25c APPLE CORERS Soft Water-Repellent, Resilient KNEELING CUSHION Limit one to a customer WIRE STRAINERS BROMWELL'S GREATER GRATER 5c Large Tube, s and >nes S rOOffl POWDER 50c Si ze Farm Supply Specials »ELECTRIC?ENCERr :.S7.95 6VOLTFENCEBATTERIES S1.89 Super Quality 4 Tine (M CC MAURE FORK Sl-M While They Last—Limit 2 AA-. FORK HANDLES ^39C MILK STRAINERS Large - $2.39 ARMY HARNESS $49.50 A Good Quality Harness. Reg. $59.50. CAPTAIN HIGG OBITUARY, KILLED IN ACTION OVERSEA Whlttemore: Memorial services were held Monday morning, Mar 5, for Captain William B. HiKgin> at 9:30 in St. Michael's'church Rev. Wm. Veil officiating at the church service and the Seely- Walsh post, American Legion, conducting the military services. —Courtesy M. C. Globe-Gazette Capt. William B. Higgins was tilled in action In Germany on February 11 and only a few hours after he had written a letter to lis wife and his mother, according to the postmark on the last letters he wrote. Was Whlttemore Boy William Bigley Higgins was born in Whittemore September 30, 1914, to Mr. and Mrs. William Higgins, and grew to manhood here. He attended 'Presentation Academy from which he graduated. He then attended Creighton University at Omaha where he took journalism. He worked one year as linotype operator in the eastern part of the state after which he purchased the Whittemore Champion and this he published until he was called to the service. When he entered the service he had the rating of a second lieutenant in the reserve officers' corps. Inducted In 1942 Being inducted in March, 1942, he was sent to Fort Benning, Ga., for three months. He was then sent to Camp Adair, Oregon, where he was promoted to first lieutenant after nine, months in that camp. He was' again sent back to Fort Benning, Ga., for one month's school and then to Camp Shelby, Miss., where he helped the 69th Division, then returned to Fort Benning for more school. He was assigned to Camp Shelby and was home in July, 1944, and spent his furlough with his wife and son and with his mother. He was then ordered to report to Camp Meade, Md., and went immediately overseas and took part in the Normandy campaign, Brest and St. Lo. He was promoted to a captaincy before leaving the states. Surviving are his wife and son Billy Pat, his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins, and one sister, VIrs. Don Sylvester, the latter of Sioux City. Bits About Them tit Mh dnd 'MfS,,SawB?rJl find daughtfef of Rflk« Visited Sunddy with iteldtives, ' Mrs. Hatry Seely visited 6vef the week-end vfiih her ttfdtho* and family, Dr; and Mrs. Cairy in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Heidenwith and daughter, Mrs. J. J, Rosendahl and son Danny visited with Mrs. Augusta Lavreftz in Algona Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs, J. J, Rosendahl and sons, Ralph and Canny, visited with Mr. Rosehdahl's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L, J, Baler, at Peterson, Iowa, Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. August Vaudt, Walter Vaudt and. Mrs. Louis Braatz drove to Benson, Minn.. Friday to visit with . Rev. and Mrs. Ervin Vaudt. They returned home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs, James Blsenlus •eceived word from their daugh- ;er Maxine of Washington, D. C., ;hat she and her friend, Irene Conway, are enjoying a two weeks vacation in Miami, Florida. Mary Jane Uhlenhake enter- iained 25 girls at a,theatre party it the Call theatre in Algonu Sunday afternoon, the occasion being her 13th birthday. Immediately after arriving home from Algona a delicious lunch was erved by her mother, Mrs. John Uhlenhake. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dreyer and son, Cpl. Erwiin Dreyer, and Miss Margaret Olenburg of Austin, •Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zu» mach and Mr. and Mrs. Robert ffreyef, Lolls CfSiefe, ftfld M*. ffftd Mrs. AlfrM fefuhrt, ^eWi, and Oerlruete Meyef visited fll the Alfred Meyef hom« Stlhdaj) 1 eve hthg. Mr. and Mrs. ftlchafd P6trat2 and Mrs. Albert Behftke received word that their Sister, Mrs. Dletrtek Cordes, suffered a slight stroke Saturday ,at the home of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell, in Blue Earth, Minn, The former three went to see their sister Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Potratz returned home the same evening while Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Madsen of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wehr- span, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ostwald and Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Ostwald visited ; at the .parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl- Ost- ivald Sunday afternoon, if being he 53rd wedding anniversary of he latter. INSULATE NOW! FOR A Eagle-Pitcher Water-Froof 15lown Homo Insulation Installed Estimate Call 275 / S years experience Thousands of satisfied users Cowan Building Supply Co. SARGENT SWEETENEP ^ALL MASH STARTER Save Chicks Save Money Here it an improved •tarter, ready to feed—ready to help lave chickf, and give them a vlgorout, healthy »tort. Sargent'i Sweetened All-Math Starter cotti no more than ordinary ttarteri, but you get 17 ingredient!, Including these— 3 STEPS AHEAD 1, PMALASS, preceded dried molaue*. 2. VYUCTQS, (or Vitamin, and Lactic Add. S. APPSD MINERALS to build itronf bonei. Lit us thow you how you can money end cnicfci with ' if'• 3 tlipt fhetd. 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Pkg. 59c BABO No. 2 Can WHITE SYRUP % Gallon LEWIS LYE 3 Cans CATSUP 14 oz. Bottle ...... SAUER KRAUT Quart Jar . .................................... . ......... HAPPY HOST PEAS No. 2 Can ................................... ! .......... DEL MONTE BEETS OR CARROTS Glass Jar ..... , ........................................ 22c 12c 2 f 27c SPINACH Carol, No. 2 Can 2 ? iv^ for TEXAS SEEDLESS Grapefruit, 10 large 43c LARGE SIZE HEAD Lettuce, 2 for . 27c KED TBIUMPH Potatoes, 10 Ibs. 49c CALIFORNIA Carrots, 2 bunches . 17c LARGE CALIFORNIA Oranges, dozen 41c FRESH CRISP Radishes, 3 bunches 12c LARGE HEAD Cauliflower, each . 27c EXTRA FANCY WINESAP Apples, 2 Ibs. . 29c UKAUE A BEEF f\ ** ROUND STEAK . ODC Smoked HAMMOCKS End Cut PORK LOIN ROAST LONGHORN CHEESE Pickled PIGS FEET ft 22c .,„. 28c .,„. 37c .Pint Jar WHITING FILLETS WHITING Fresh Round SALMON STEAK Fresh COTTAGE CHEESE ,„. 29c 2, b ,29c ..Ib. 4b 45c FANCY GRADE A SLICED BACON Ib SUPER VALU ALGONA, IOWA • -v

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