The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 22, 1945 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 22, 1945
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^«l.. Bode VicMty Netoa SGT. DALE, BODE, FLYER, WOUNDED OVER GERMANY Bode: News from the war department to S-Sgt. Kenneth Dale's wife, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Haldor Dale, that S-Sgt. Kenneth Sias been wounded in action and is In a general hospital in France. He is a turret gunner on a B-26 and has 'been in service for 26 months and overseas since July, 1944. Previous to that he was granted a leave. His wife and 2 months old son live with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Butler, near Rutland, Norman Pederson and Alvin Bakken have returned from a business trip to Chicago. F. S. De Vinney of Chicago is spending a few days here looking after his land interests. LaFay Olson and Betty Pratt of the Coon Rapids faculty spent the week end at the Irwin Olson home. Mrs. H. C. Olson has returned from an extended visit in Chicago with her two daughters and their •families. Mrs. Sidney Holland who was medical patient at the Lutheran hospital In Fort Dodge, has returned home, Mrs, Herbert Chantland and baby daughter Ruth Ann have returned to their home from the Algona hospital. Pvt. Milo Smith of the Intelligence department of Wichita, Kans., was a recent visitor with his wife and fanlily here. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gjefle of Waukon spent the week-end at the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gjefle. Mrs. F. W. Aldinger has left for Sampson, N. ¥., for a visit with her husband who is taking storekeeper training there at a naval school. P. O. Esmay and his corps of workers in the local Red Cross drive have more than doubled their quota of $360 with pledges still not collected. Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Rongved and Mrs. Glenn Tofteberg were recent visitors at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Mathiason of Thor. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bergren Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bergren and Mrs. Ted Monson attended memorial services Sunday afternoon held in Rutland for Lt. Wayne Watts. LIGHT FIXTURES OVER 1000 IN OUR STORE \Ve have 250 new light fixtures wired and on display in our store so that you can see them lighted. In addition we have another 800 in stock from which you can also make your selection. REPLACE OLD LIGHT FIXTURES WITH ATTRACTIVE NEW MODERN ONES. DOOR CHIMES A new shipment of pre-war quality door chimes has just arrived. We have four different models of two-tone chimes to sell at $2-95, $3.95, $4.95 and $5.95. OHOSEN FLYER COMPLETES 56 MISSIONS IN AIR Ottosen: Mrs. Helen Rasmusson returned Saturday after having spent 'the winter at the home of her son, Floyd, In San Diego, California. Upon her return she had a letter from her youngesl son, S-Sgt. Raymond Rasmusson, saying he had sompleted 56 bombing missions and would soon be on his way home. Th e young man was graduated with the class of 1941 and for a time before entering the service worked in an aircraft plant In California. He has been stationed in England since going overseas. Do You Have Trouble Finding Light Switches in the Dark? See our new illuminated switch plates. You can sec them in the dark, and when you turn the switch the little light goes off. Small light burns only 2c worth of current per year. No extra wiring necessary. For sale at $1.00 each. PRATT ELECTRIC Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth were business callers in Ft. Dodge Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerner Starsund were business callers in Humboldt Thursday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests at the Oscar Oppedahl home were Mrs. Bertha Oppedahl and son Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel and daughter Leslie Ann were business callers in Humbaldt on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Zinnel and daughters, Muriel and Leslie Ann, were Sunday dinner guests at the Arthur Zinnel home near Rodman. The Presbyterian congregation will hold a meeting next Sunday afternoon immediately following services. The Ladies' Aid, which was to have met this Friday Will meet next Friday, March 30. Sunday afternoon guests at the Margan Hagen home were Mr. and Mrs. Lars Larson and grandson •ary, of Bode, and Hagen's daugh- ;er, Mrs. Judith Hoover and her daughter, Nancy, also of Bode. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hofius, Mrs. Alf Lee and children Terry and Barbara, and Mrs. Knut Oppedahl and son, Knut Jr., were Wednesday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Cora Bacon in Algona. Many from here attended the 4-H boys basketball tournament in Humbaldt Saturday afternoon and evening. Among them were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Telford and son, Larry, Mrs. Eugene Hofius and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Enockson. A market day sale will be held in Ottosen Friday beginning at 12 noon. There is a big line of live stock and machinery listed and some furniture. Also the house belong ing to the late Mrs. Chas. Hanson estate will toe sold and some of her furniture. Miss Vera Struthers, who has been taking X-ray treatments at the Methodist hospital in Des Moines, returned home last Wednesday for a few days. The treatments are on a recent cancer operation she had. She will return to the hospital next Sunday for more of the same treatments. Mr. and Mrs. Warren McMahon and daughter Carrie Mae, of Al gona, were Sunday dinner guests at the Oliver Kinseth home. Mr and Mrs. James Barber and son Dennis Ray, of West Bend, were afternoon callers there and Mr and Mrs. Clarence Kinseth anc Curtis Kinseth of Humboldt were also afternoon and evening callers there. Coxswain and Mrs. Charles Mattlce and family are visiting his folks in Fort Dodge. lie has a 13 day leave with extra tflhe for traveling. He Is located «t Wilmington Calif. Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Chantland have received their son Charles' APO address. Previous to embarkation ffom New York City, Capt. Charles ^Chantland was located at, Fort Khox, Ky. Paul Nasby and Irvin M. Olson w.ere elected without opposition on the school board, Other members of rthe Berge, E. M. •board are Ernest Ellhigson, Magnus NEW Spring and Summer MERCHANDISE SWATCHES just arrived! The new Sample Books for 1945, that show actual swatches of the new catalog merchandise, are now in the Order Office! You can again "see and feel" the quality of the merchandise being featured in Sears Spring and Summer Catalog. These books are made up of actual samples that show color, design and texture. They are designed to help you in making your selections. Sears convenient and helpful Sample Books contain regular catalog pages, and facing these are generous swatches of. the merchandise featured... yard goods... curtains and draperies... women's dresses... men's dress and work clothing... boys' clothing. Come in today and see how easy and convenient it is to buy exactly what you want at Sears Order Office! SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. OBDER orrici 103 E. STATE STREET PHONE 768 ALGONA Sorlien and Joe Rood, treasurer. Lt. and Mrs. W. F. Palmer are the parents of a daughter born in Springfield Mass. March. -She hns been named Michel Ann. Lt. Palmer is an instructor located at an army air base at Willimanse, Mass. Mrs. Wildin Penfleld of Los Angeles, who has been a guest at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Pehrson, leaves Tuesday for Minneapolis for a visit with friends before returning to her home on the west coast. AMM Harold and Mrs. Watson with their small son Dennis Lee have arrived for a 15 day visit wiith his parents in West Bend and also Mrs. Watson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Satern in Bode. Mrs. George Williams received a telegram from the war department Monday morning Informing lier that her 'husband, Staff Sgt. Gearge Williams, was killed in action February 25, on tKe island of Luzon. Pvt. Donald Fischer writes his wife he survived the recent invasion of Iwa Jima and is OK. Mrs. Fischer, the former Esther Enger, is making her home with ler parents and is teaching school n West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoverstein lave been enjoying recent visits 'rom Mrs. George Ogland and Mrs. Clifford Anderson and children, Wayne and Maryls of Wiliams Iowa, and'Jake Hoverstein of Foreston, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John Lamen were week-end guests in Des Moines, visiting their son, Karl and daughters Mrs. Newsome, and Alice who joined the WACS and is taking training at the WAG training center in Des Moines. Mrs. Eugene Carlson and her small son enjoyed having relatives and friends drop in and greet her on her birthday Sunday afternoon. She received several gifts and cards and after a pleasant nt- ternoon dainty refreshments were served. Mrs. Richard Cottington left Saturday for Des Monies' for an over Sunday visit with relatives enroute to Norman, Okla., where her husband who is serving in the navy and taking advanced training at a navala training center located there. Clayton Porter is in Des Moihus on business. Mr. Porter who re- cently received aft honorable dls* charge .frosn the atttw, had speftt two years in the Aleutians and Alaska, later having been sent to the Hawaiian Islands where he served with the Seabees f6r sev« eral months. Memorial services will be held in the Bode Lutheran church for Pfc. Arman Johnson, son of Mrs. Borglna Johnson, who died ot wounds received in action D«C. 17, 1944, on Leyte. Services will be conducted by ReV. d. B, Am derson of Humboldt Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Cpl. Sigurd Espelamd, after spending 31 months in the Aleutians, has returned to the states for a 30 day furlough and in. company with his wife who has been making her home with her parents near Humboldt are visiting at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Espeland. A daughte/ was born at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge to Pfc. Ronald and Mrs. Olson. She has been, named Jane Eliza- 'beth. They, have one other child, 2 year old Susan Joan. Ronald 'is located at a glider plane school at Sheppard Field, Texas, and is spending a few days here with his family. v Rudy Olson and Mrs. Olaf Olson accompanied the Melvin Olsons to Boone recently where their son Wayne left for Great Lakes where he had just completed his boot training and returned for assignment for further •training. The party then went to Slater to spend the balance of the day with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Olson. At a recent 4-H Delana Deers' meeting Harlan Sundermeyer and Richard Opheim gave reports of the 4-H boys' basketball tournament held last week in Bode, with the finals being played in Hum- 'bpldt Saturday in which the Delana Deers made theft nals. The boys' 4-H coach, Harlan Berge, was present and talked on the games. Farm machinery was also discussed at this meeting. The boys went to the finals in the 4-H basketball tournament in Hum- •boldt Saturday night, defeating St. Joe 27 ito 26. miKh Mtfetited lft w6 ek Ldvig, manager cf the C0»operativfe EleVatdf, ah n&utwsed to the beard that he ha accepted the nttmagets-hip o* the combination 4 Sdy ibean plSftt and elevatdf at Martells, Iowa. Ibotit 2S miles -fr&m Cedar Falk He has been with the elevator hers the past seventeen years. He and his family will move to the hew job in thirty days-or sooner if someone can be take his place here, / Friendly Neighbor Club, LuVerne; Meets LuVerne: The Friendly Neighbor club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ralph Block with 12 members and five guests present. The s guests were Mrs. Jordanger of Kanawha, Mrs. Brand of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Henry Kubly and Ruth Ann and Janice Kubly, all of LuVerne. The club voted to give money to the Red Cross. Mrs. Curtis Morgan had charge of the entertainment for the afternoon. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Merle Eittriem. LEDYARD NEWS 3 Mrs. Cecil Spatcher was a Blue Sarth caller Wednesday. Mrs. Art Zielske and new daughter came home from the Forges hospital Sunday. Mrs. Audrey Waterhouse and Esther Green were business callers in Swea the last of the week. Little LaVonne Green is now able to go back to school. She had been having a siege of ton- silitis. Several ladies from town went out to Mrs. Fred Darnell's to the Red Cross meeting held there on Thursday. Ronnie, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Lars Skaar was operated on for appendicitis at the Blue Earth hospital one day last week. Rev. Knutson of Windom, Minn., is again conducting services at the local M. E. church beginning Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Smith were Swea City business callers Thursday. They are making some added improvements to their iome they recently purchased. Mrs. Chas. Bashara and daugh- ier Beverly were Blue Earth shoppers Friday. Mrs. Harriette Zielske, Mrs. Clayton Rosboro and Mrs. Ben Mayer accompanied them. Mrs. Jack Moulton met with a ?ainful accident while attempting :o fix the fire in the coal range at the Frank Nitz cafe. Mrs. Moulton was burned about the face and arms. 'Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Duns and daughter Virginia and Mrs. Theo Snudson of Graettinger were visiting at the Clayton Rosboro home Sunday and then left Sunday evening for Forest City where their daughter Virginia goes to Waldorf college. All returned home the same evening. Mrs. Laura Neister and Mrs. Blanche Jenks were the recipients of many lovely 'birthday cards and letters from the Ledyard friends and they wish to thank them one and all for their :houghtfuLness. Mrs. Neister passed her 92nd natal day March 17 and Mrs. Jenks' was March. 10. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Zielske and Mrs. John Matzener and Murial Sangstee drove to Des Moines Friday where they met Mrs. Zielske's daughter, Mrs. Clarence Oswald, who has been in Santa Monica Calil, since her husband, F-lc Clarence Oswald, bad gone overseas. Mrs. Oswald will remain here for the duration. •WWVWWWWtfVWVWUVWW H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and 1 hauling. < VAAVUVWVVVWVWWVVUVV. RUPTURE SHIELD-EXPERT, II. L. HOFFMAN of Minneapolis, Minnesota will demonstrate, without charge, his "Rupture Shields" in ALGONA HOTEL ALGONA THURSDAY, MARCH 29 from 10 A. M. to 4 P. M. Please come early. Evenings by appointment. I have been supplying my shields to rupture sufferers in this territory for ten years' and longer. I have fitted thousands of cases in the United States during this time. There are many of my satisfied customers right here in your community. CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large ruptures, which have returned after surgical operations or injection treatments, are especially invited. "If you want it done right, don't experiment. See Hoffman." -|f unable to see him at this time address: HOFFMAN'S -r SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 315 Masonic Temple Minneapolis, Minn, 12* MAN FEI/T LIKE SWOLLEN BALLOON; OF STOMACH GAS Recently, an Algona man stated that he used to feel like a swollen balloon after every meal, lie would bloat full of gas and spit up acidulous liquids for hours after eating. Was terribly pon- stipated. This man is one of the hundreds in this vicinity who now praise SYS-TONE. He states he was amazed at the results when he took this medicine. Now he eats what he wants without gas pr bloating, and bowels are reg? ular for the first time in years. He feels like a new man. SYS-TONE contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, cleaj gas trow- stomach, act on slug* gish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on sufferingl Luspy Get J3 I? LEDYARDNEWS ^tr. and Mrs. Wilson Brosli were having dental work done at Hurt Thursday. Mh and Mrs. Leo Anderson were business visitors in "ties Moines Saturday. Patricia Matzener spent Thursday in Elmore visiting at the Herb Gangstee home. LAKOTANEWS Mr. and Mrs, Raymond Becker and Albert, Mrs. Arnold Becker and Larry, the Henry Olthoffs and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Koppen and Linda spent Sunday afternoon at the Nick Koppen home. Mr. and Mrs. Lance Lester and family, Mr. a'nd Mrs. Henry Olthoff and Harold, and Mrs. Arnold Becker and Larry spent Sunday evening at the Raymond Becker home. ' , MAttCft tan? -tote wlii lie PAINT P*OT£6TiFON P ut your home in order for the 'duration, Give it the extra protection of Pittsburgh Live Paint enriched with "Vitotited Oilsf' that stay in the paint film keeping it live and elastic . . . assuring long, trouble-free service. PITTSBURGH PAINTS Kohlhaas Hardware New Potatoes, 3 Ibs. 25c Hemmed Sugar Sackings 13 California Carrots/ 2 bunches 15c Rutabagas, 3 Ibs. . . . 13c Grapefruit, large size, 10 for 45c X Fancy Delicious Apples, 2 Ib. 29c Fresh Peas, 2 Ibs. . . . 29c LADY DAINTY CLEANSING TISSUE 13c CLOTHES PINS 2 DOZEN • , ' ••<? • -i , «. ,/ •• •* 13c -2 f° r 256 Richelieu No. 2 Can Grapefruit Juice No. 2 Can Vegemato Juice ....... . 2 cans 35c Planters Peanut Butter ...... 1 Ib. jar 29c Jack Sprat Peanut Butter ... ...... 2 Mt>. jar 49o Military Insignia and Rating: Chart Free! j Jack Sprat \ Salad Dressing ........... .pint 23c Richelieu Horseradish Sauce 23c Jack, Sprat Mustard — quart fQg Mayflower Assorted Jellies -2lc In Tall Glasses Cortez Tuna Flakes .i. -,-i-29c 7 oz .Can * Pedigree Shrimp ..,.....-.....-.39c Taylor's Golden Street Potatoes ...1 Ib. 2 6z. can 21C Jack Sprat Sugar Pumpkin I No. 2^ can (gc Country Garden Whole Kernel Fancy Corn .\,_......" 2 f° r 29c Jack Sprat Evaporated Milk, Tall Can ....3 for 25c Clinton Puddings,. Assorted 2 f° r 9c Nestles Individual Coco .'......... 3 (For |Qc Eagle Brand Condensed Milk „„,..„ (9c Northern Tissue i 4 for 25c Jack Sprat Rolled Oats .3 Ibs. 25c Cream of Wheat, Quick or Regular r ._.. 21C Lewis Lye ... r v . 3 cans for 25c Pipe Master Drain Pipe Cleaner •„.„'. .,„..,.,... 3 for 29c Climax Wall Paper Cleaner ...,„..., 29c Tidy House Painted Surface Cleaner .„,„.* ...J!...,..,......., rr 490 Swi ,,, s Prera ,,, m ,„ RING BOLOGNA SWIFTS BROOKFIELD IMS : I ,„; 42c BAKED LOAVES ^* v ^ ai1 ^ Pimento, Macaroni and < 4 ^^ SPARE RIBS s™* u »...~: ....'. ,1.'....:,..^.,..,». 23c 69c 36c AMERICAN CHEESE CHICKENS Fresh Per Ib. Jack

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