The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 26, 1945 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 26, 1945
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•• ' •'•-.•..••••:•'.': ••';•••:•, •'.,;'.'. •'.'..'•'.'.''''.-• •'-'•'. \-.^;l, f ''^.4- 4 ''~'l^^:^'^:^^^ ll I t/edyard! Oft frlday afternoon, April 20, funeral services were held 4tf the Evangelical md Re* f orrftid church for Arthur D6m* hardt who passed a Way at the Buffal* Center hospital on April 11-Me Was born March 14, 1902, Ht Baxter ( the son of Wm. find Minnie Domhardt. At the age of 5 he moved'with his parents m 6 farm northwest of Ledyard In which Vicinity he resided, for 03 years. In his Infancy his parents dedicated (him in baptism in the Reformed church at Barter. Later, fitter due Instruction under Rev. John Christ he was admitted into membership by confirmation on April 19, 1914. Farmed All His Life Mr. Domhardt spent his entire life in the occupation ol farming He was of a quiet, simple, home, loving, nature, a . mail ol few words, content to be able to at' tend to his dally tasks and to make an honest living. Since the death of his father in 1938 and ihis mother dn 1942 he took the .lead with his brothers and sister in keeping the home and the farm . running. Being blessed with a rugged constitution he enjoyed good health practically all his 111 From Pneumonia On March 21 he took sick with a cold which, after seeming to get , better, [ turned into pneumonia 1 and on March 27 he was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital. After a week he was about to be dismissed when a blood clot formed. After another week this too seemed to. be cured and he again felt he was about ready to return to his home. Truly irmn proposes, but God alone disposes. On Tuesday afternoon without any warning he suffered a heart stroke and within 10 minutes hart passed from this life into eternity at the age of 43 years, 1 month and 3 days. He leaves to mourn his death two brothers, Herman and Willie 1 and one sister, Agnes, all at home. Also an uncle, Herman Runks- meier, and an .aunt, Mrs. Charlotte Swartz, besides many other relatives and friends, among whpm he will be greatly missed. Former Teachers Visited Mrs. L. W. Wiemer, Mrs. D. B. Mayer and Helen Cody went to Fort Dodge Friday evening to attend a week-end reunion with several former Ledyard teachers, .Mary Ann. Hunter who now teaches at Ru'dd, Mildred Rosljen, now at Manson, and Madonna Holland, now at Decorah. They also visited Mrs. H. M. Granner and small son Douglas Alan at the Lutheran hospital. The Granners were superintendents' here when these girls taught in Ledyard. ' Wed Twenty-Five Years On Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Busch entertained the Immediate family in honor o£ their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alyin ' Busch's 25th wedding • , anniversary;, The table ,was "'beautifully ^decorated .with; flowers , which ;;we/e: : «'i'glft : 'Irdm 'the<:grandson, Thomas John Busch. Following the dinner Mr. and 'Mrs. Busch were given a surprise card shower of over 100 cards and a purse which had been sent by their friends. and relatives. BrftUB bl relaMvW met at the home- 6f Mf. Jiftd Mrs. Wafhe* Beehkeh to fold fafewell to their soft Herbert who leaves Thursday to enter ; the Sefvice. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. Jelto Beenken And Sharon Sehulte of Belmbhd; Mr, and Mrs. Hans Beenken and family of Wesley; Henry Beenken of Woden j Mr. and Mrs. Chris Sonnenberg and son of Buffalo Center; Mr. and Mrs.' Edward Softnenberg and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Smith, Gertie Sonnenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sonnenberg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Beenken and Pearl, all 6f Tltonka; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ubben and Harold of Lafcota; Robert Beenken of Waterloo; Gilbert Beenken, Gladys Ann Smith and Virginia Schult/t of Dubuque, and Rev. and Mrs, Edward Nuss. Rev. Nuss read scripture and -had prayer and hymns were sung by the' entire gathering. Celebrate Silver Wedding On Friday evening the following relatives and friends gathered at the Christy Hinricksen home m honor of their silver wedding anniversary: Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Semser, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Enger and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Hinricksen, all of Blue Earth; Mr. and Mrs. James Sem- ser and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Hinricksen and family of Pilot Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Simmons and family of Elmore; Mr. and Mrs. John Simmons of Stevens; Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Simmons and Phil Simmons of Blue Earth; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brandt, Mrs. Wiese and Mr. and Vtrs. John Frandle of Ledyard. A lovely lunch was served and a jurse was presented to Mr. and Mrs. Hinricksen. last weektBttd at the Mayna'rd Warne? Howe at Albert Lea. „ Mrt. Glenn 'Burrows came home Saturday from the Blue Earth hdspital after ten days there fol* lowing a major operation. John 1 Orvick and Paul Nits! left Sunday from Algona to go to Ft. Snelling for their physical examinations preceding Induction. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jacobsen and Mr. and Mrs, Doftald Simmons at Elmore were Sunday guests at the Christy Hinricksen home. County Superintendent and Mrs. A. E. Lauritzen and sons Jerry and Billy were Sunday evening guests at the W. E. Wiemer home. Mrs. H. M. Dyer, Irene and Robert and Mrs. George Thompson were in Algona Friday shopping and also heard Jack Shelley o£ WHO who spoke at the H. S. auditorium. Rev. and Mrs. Edward Cass drove to Fayette Sunday after morning services to see tflev. Cass's brother, Foster Cass, who is in the navy and is home on a short leave while their ship is being checked. S-lc Sp. C Cleo Stubbe arrived home Sunday evening for a 10 day furlough with her mother, Mrs. Martha Gabel. Cleo is stationed at the naval air station at Jacksonville, Fla., and she flew home from New Orleans to Des Moines. Mr and Mrs. Bert Siefert received word Sunday that their 9 months old granddaughter, Patty, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bushinger, had died that day from whooping cough at their home at Cass Lake, Minn. The child's mother was the former Beatrice Seifert. Mrs. Howard Dyer left Monday to be with her sister Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner spent Mr. and Mrs. Asa Warner had a letter Monday youngest son, iPfc. Hafbid War ner, -who .is with the 9th Division of Hodges' First Armf <lft Cfer- many. It was Written April tf find he had just received Christmas boxes. Their group had received 14 boxes that day and he said they were surely enjoying cartdy of all kinds as well as other goodies and gifts. Freak Storms Storms as a rule leave one or two freak incidents In their wake. That was the case on the Louis farm near Garner. A brood* er house was demolished. Some 600 chicks in another nearby brooder house were unhurt and the water unspilled when the bunding was moved several- feet by the storm. REV. H. €. MA1STRE NEW PASTOR AT SENECA CHURCH Seneca: Rev. Harry C. Malstre was installed as pastor at the Seneca Lutheran church by Dr. N. Astrup Larson of Decorah, Sunday morning and at the Nazareth church at Armstrong Sunday afternoon. Rev. Malstre Will serve the two congregations and wi.'l live at Armstrong in the newly purchased parsonage there. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Norland and family of Cylinder were Sunday dinner guests at the Nor- man Thompson home. Mr. and Mrs. Milien Jensen and family and the George Jensens of Ringsted spent Sunday afternoon at the home of the ladies' brother, Willard Appeit, of near Swea City. There was a full house both evenings on which the Seneca senior choir presented their class play, "Ready Made Family." The cast was well chosen and each one played his part well. At the Seneca Ladies Aid meeting held at the Jennie Jensen home at Ringsted iast Thursday. Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Mrs. Milien Jensen were elected delegates to the Women's Missionary Federation which will be held at the Bethany church at Emmels- burg Tuesday, May 1. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Culbertson entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their son f raneis who was confirmed at the Lutheran church at Fenton last Sunday. Guests were Rev* and Mrs. Otto and Mft, FSntoft d-fid fliers aftd JohnHegariy&Sons PLUMBING AND HEATING PUMPS AND WINDMILLS Phone 255 at Algona PUT SAFE The Solid Fuels Administration for War modified the 80% limit on coal from Illinois, Western Kentucky and Indiana to the following extent; Until further notice, we are permitted to deliver 100% of your annual needs in the above coals. If you use Pocahontas, Eastern Kentucky or West Virginia the 80% limit arid restriction on deliveries are still in force BUT you may order enough of Illinois, Western Kentucky or Indiana coal to make up the difference. However, it is still necessary to fill out a Consumer Coal Declaration. We have an ample supply of these forms in our office for your convenience. For your own protection we suggest that you file your declaration promptly and at the same time place-an order for delivery now. Botsford Lumber Co. OWiMom atwu* rtUit ttttti GE FULL VALUE AT> Council Oak fa proud that its prices never exceed celling levels and that they often are much lower. But shopping at Council Oak means not only savings In money, It also means gretting; the best foods available and service that's efficient and courteous. Council Oak believes, too, in giving: helpful suggestions to its patrons on matters of food nutrition and planning. CALLING ALL VICTORY GARDENERS QUALITY SEEDLESS RAISINS 2 LB. BAG As Advertised! for RICH BROWN GRAVY Every Time.' JAR 250 FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS PER LB. 25 C KRAFT MUSTARD DUSSELDORP — SALAD HORSERADISH TOMATO CATSUP Megular's. 14-oz 180 STEAK SAUCE Derby. 8-oz. 140 HOT DOC SAUCE Snn-Ra, 8-oz NAVY BEANS 2 lAj. Cello Hag ... HOTTAMALES Derby, 16-oz Glau .... BIG AND RING BOLOGNA 320 Ready cooked and may be served hot or cold. OLD FASHIONED MEAT LOAF BEEF KIDNEYS Per Found 180 BEEF TONGUE Fresli, Per 1'onnd .... BEEF TONGUE Smoked, Tel Ponnd ,. 390 PORK BRAINS *r; Per Ponnd ...;.... PICKLE and PIMENTO LOAF, Lb. 310 MACARONI and CHEESE LOAF, lb. . SOUSE LUNCH Loaf, Per Ponnd 290 /HOCK CHICKEN Loot, Per Ponnd ...... Mil I >>\ in. i v.««v iU:!'W.V. GET YOUR SEED POTATOES GARDEN SEEDS ONION SETS OAK WHOLE APRICOTS ^ Oooa *" M ' No. 2% 27c HALVED PEACHES 30c KADOTA Fine Fig sit* rllio K° 2* 27c ROCKFORD SOCKS, Pair .20c SELF ... oleum or ' wood floers. Dries clear ' bright In 15' minutes. •„: , V ' / PMTT CAN 39c BLACK MISSION FIGS Dine Ribbon, 12-oz. Pkg, DRIED BEEF SUMMER SAUSAGE Per Ponnd SWEET PRUMES large, 2-lb. Bag FRANKFURTERS FRANKFURTERS Small, Tender, lib PRESERVES Party For Herbert Beenken On Sunday afternoon a large FRIED LIVER SAUSAGE OX JOINTS Black Raspberry, 2-Tb. Jar SANITARY NAPKINS SUPEBB BBAND, » Ikgi. APPLESAUCE 1 lb. liver sausage (diced thick) Mb. onlonj, peeled and sliced Salt and pepper 3 tablespoon* bacon dripping! GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Won-tlp, Unsweetened, No. 2 .. Algona Creamery BUTTER 43c Fresh Country EGCS GRAPEFRUIT JUICE Won-tJp, Sweetened, No, 2 .... IS THE OCEAN Cook sliced onion* in bacon drippings until tender (5 to 7 minutes), seasoning to taste. Remove to hot platter. Slice sausage into Ji-inch slices and remove casing. Brown the sausage on both •ides in the bacon fat Serve as supper dish. SWY.I*. BAKED BEANS Hart New England, iC-oe. ..... GOLDEN CORN Bath Size 2 for I9e Reg. 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