The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1945 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 3, 1945
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i\ BOYS, Id GIRLS •^^tl^llil 1 ^?, te gradu .tt6« Butt High'lK the sehd s1iatofthl Meyer, Donald Officer, Mefle .Olson, Carol Rey- graduate when ce too, as Ger- rf sdorf iS secretary and The class: ll? s> Wm - " vlstensen, R,ose Ervln Elmers ' Ev ugene Geilenfeid, Mel- , e ' a Rlebhoff, Frartcls Rlebhoff, Johh . Riebhoff, «ose Marie Ringsdorf, Junior Schenck, Rogef Scott, Edward Smith, Jus. Stevens, Doftald Valentine, Vivian Ward afld Lois Weber. The ball game played here with Ldhe Rock Monday resulted in a score of fj to 2 irt Burts favor. ^ Karla Ander'son entertained the Missionary. Maidens Saturday af- (u . will 'be a tea for the mothers. In the paper drive Monday the school collected 8,000 pounds of n pna P^ r ' °rades 3 and 4 led 2,000 pounds, for their room grades 1 and 2 have 1,000 •-.«»« MJij^jv jjjyj. us JIO YUUR WET WASH Only 5c Ib. Shirts finished 10 cents extra each. Ask us fili6ut bur other services. A service for every budget. Send us your curtains today. PHONE 267 We call for and deliver. Algona Laundry LAUNDEBms DRY CLEANERS Across street east of Courthouse Swea-Eagle Service Men Activities Svvea-Bagle: Pvt. John O. Gen rich and Pvt. Granville Frye, re cent inductees, are at Camp Rob inson, Ark., where they will re ceiye their basic training. Coastguardsman Martin Ho comb and his wife, based on Ell , ,£ d> N ' Y '' are spending a l°av at the home of his father, Philli Holcomb. Lloyd Verle Craig of Farnham ville, an Eagle township regis trant, left Algona Tuesday fc pre-mduction examination. Wendell Erickson, flight in structor ata the naval air station at Banana River, Fla., visited las week -with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Erickson. Seaman Russell Erickson, TM- 3c, of the Atlantic fleet, left Sunday after a three weeks leave a the home of his sister, Florence Erickson. Mrs. Russell Erickson who lives in Dunnell, Minn., was also a visitor ihere. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Doocy received a message that their son, Sgt. Russell Doocy, left for duty m the Pacific. Russell was home on furlough some time ago. He has seen action in the earlier cam- palgns of the Pacific war. WOM£MSAV£ -COOKING FATS TO HELP WIN 7HE~~~***Ei NEW MACHINERY ArfvST attachm ent for Blackhawk corn planter Adjustable front wheel cleaners. Mounting brack- ?n- to ™? unt Caswell manure loader on W C Allis Chalmers tractor. All steel folding harrow £????"' Gaterman 7 ft - windrower attachment lor 7 ft. power mowers. Rotary pickup attachment for all combines. Highlift sweeprakes for all makes of tractors. Tsmk type wagon boxes. Electric, motors. SIS 1 ? 61 ! Spr f? de * s °" n^ber. Wood and steel stock tanks. Hog feeders and waterers. FIRESTONE NEW TIRES AND RECAPPING SERVICE REPAIR SERVICE ON TRACTORS AND MACHINERY Bode Vicinity News Items Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson were brief visitors in Mason City Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs! Sam Kinseth and family have moved from Ottosen into the Dasen home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hansen and daughter Wanda, of Whittemore, spent Sunday in Bode at the Oden Rood home. \ Lt. O. M. Halsrud recently Iplt trom the naval reserve army in Chicago on his second trip overseas as executive officer aboard an LSM. ; Recent guests at the Tork'pl Aure'home were Mr. and Mrs. A. . an rs. . Huenhold and daughter, Jolce, of DANCES LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT Friday, May 4 Pat Boffman The Midwest's Top Trumpeter and Formerly Featured with Jimmy Barnett's Band. YOUR ENT!RE>FAMII;Y NEEDS Tuesday, May 8 "Skipper" Berg . SHQE FITTING! Friday, May 11 Henry Charles Algona, and'Mrs. E. H. Norman and daughter .Phyllis. N. A. Nasby ihas recovered sufficiently to return to his home after having been confined on account of illness in the Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge for some time. Bode's star high school baseball pitcher, Armon Hanson, left fo" Fort-Snelling Monday night for his physical. He is the 18 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Mandius Hanson. i Jack Satern 'has .bought the Champlm filling station from Carl Qlson. ,Mr. Satern had worked tnere for several years. He will made eye of PMr.X-R^y ma. ehfne toJU yPM if ypMr ,ho« fit you, .Pwhapi ypij hava no tronbla in, «WW w«r ^,7% but do y Q i4 know if 9Mr,|how fit? p r <Jo you bv and t«k» d * »fpr« VPU » 9 , , bw ihoei fit, t bm *Vfe fit ihpsi, tflb» feuf'OTt ffiI»fJf ,,, ffl |f*rt twnUte%Vj!«i BW XrViy $50-$100-$200 ....OR MORE For Townspeople & Farmers Pay bills, taxes, car and home repairs. (Buy fuel, winter ne cessitles . . .or for any emergency. Easy monthly payments. Special Loan Plans for farmers for any farm use. Individual payment plan—you repay when you «ell your products. SEE US TODAY L. S S. BOHANNON Phone 103 Algona, Iowa 4 1 ' '"•••' ' i •*>^HV«ia v « wnBn A priyate sewage system for Your --• « x. A W i oc v 1=1 ai y ears. e Wi be assisted by his daughter, -Mrs. Harold Watson. Mr. arid Mrs. B. C. Berge and daughters Barbara and Ann have returned to their home in Garner after week-end visits at the parental Joe Leith and F. H Berge homes. Cpl. Glenn Tofteberg, who has been . overseas two. years^April'.-20, serving. "In, Australia and New Guinea and ' the Philippines, has written his wife that he has been in a hospital since March 29 from the effects of wounds received in action. - Lt. and Mrs. George J. Nielsen of Pocas, Texas, have arrived for a visit at the home of Mrs. Niel- sens parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thorsland. Lt. Nielsen is being transferred from the Texas air field where he has been stationed to Lincoln, Neb. Mrs. Ruth Nasby has returned from Austin, Minn.,' where she- has been making her home for some .time, and has re-opened her home in Bode. Her husband is expected home from the Island of. Guam, where the has been a sea- bee since last August. He has peen overseas 8,8 months. ^Mrs. Max Shelton entertained at three tables of 'bridge at her •home Friday evening. High score was won by Mrs. E. H. Norman and second high went to Mrs C ,B. Mattice. Refreshments were served late in the evening toy the hostess assisted by Mrs. Art Jensen and Mrs. Floyd Torgersen. t T f h ^5,° d ^ hifih schoc>1 team defeated the Otloson nine 4-0 in the first game of the season Wednesday afternoon. Bode also defeated fc>t Joe high In a .game April 27. 8-1- . .Batters for Bode were bchmidt, Hanson and Opheirn For St. Joe, Reding and Kyser! Both games were well attended. Vernon Rood is having a two weeks vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rood before entering training in the navy May 13 at Great Lakes. He las received his year's credit at V l sta £ ollege - Storm W«J his freshman year. Three other Bode -'boys are at Great Lakes, Wayne Olson, Howard Johnson and red Benjamin. Mrs. J w.' Schar and spn Jimmy, of Clarion, and Miss Dqris . • guest at the Berkland home Sunday was Kirt Born, who is visiting a sister in Humboldt and who has just recently returned from overseas service. He has received an honorable discharge. Rev. Martin Trygstad has arrived m Bode from Manotowoc, Wisconsin, and will occupy the parsonage and will be the resident pastor of St. Olaf's Lutheran church. He was accompanied by his wife and two small children. He succeeds his father, the Rev. William Trygstad, who resigned here to re-enter the missionary Held on the Island of Madagascar. . Mr. and Mrs. Percy Holland have arrived home after an ab- se " ce _ of rfour months, the most o which time was spent in Seattle Wash. They also visited at th -home of their son, Pvt. Davic Holland, at Manhattan, Kansas .who was home on furlough afte two years with a signal corpse <n the Aleutians. daughter, Audrey, who was a con testant m the state music festival ho y - a ,,u d .t. Saturday returned home with them. She received a wS MOn « V tate , rating ' Her entr y was a flute solo, 'accompanied by Alice Trygstad. Other awards went to Richard Rood with a TtonZL*"? a ? rattag to Geraldine Holland for trombone and Saxo- Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hansen spent Friday in Mason City. Their Get ; Home Comfort (hat Lasts a Housetime with an EAGLE CERTIFIED ' INSULATION JOB . Phone us today CowanBldgSupplyCo. ' Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA phone solos. Arthur Demory, GM3*c, after a 30-day leave at the home of his mother, Mrs. Wilbur Reed, left Saturday night for Chicago where he will do coast guard duty at th Great Lakes station. He sp'en 17 months in the South Pacifi area. He has .received the Purple Heart for wounds received in action. His brother, Carl, is a staff sergeant and until recently was ocated as supervisor of a switch board m England, but later was sent to France. Memorial services held in the lAttheran church Sunday afternoon for S-Sgt. George Williams, who met death on the island of BnH°?. Fe , brua . r y 25 - were well at- ended. Special music was rend- B. C. Berge, of Garner K ,,.-• B -. And erson, of H ' J «- boldt, was,in charge of the services. Following the services Mrs Ole Torgenson and the Sunday chool teachers served refreshments in the church basement to h " —latlves and out-of-town who attended the ser- ices John HegartyA Sons PLUMBING AND HEATING PUMPS AND WINDMILLS Phone 255 at Algona • It's SLIP-RETARDANT Reduces the danger of falling or injuries. • It's WATER-RESISTANT Rain and water won't leave nasty "white" spots. • It's SELF-POLISHING No need to rub or polish. This wax dries with a dull lustre. k • SAFE for USE on Wood, linoleum and composition floors. ' 60c QT. Botsford Lumber Company Prepare for summer now. A nice selection of Sportswear is on hand now in ladies' and children's sizes. ^ "*- The popular "Tee" or '" Basque knitted shirls in cottons and rayon— plain colors or stripes 1.00 to 1.98 " Blue denim short with shoulder straps 4 QQ sizes 12 to 20__ Other shorts 2.25 to 4.95 'hone 256 Jim Pool Coats and Suits PUPONT PAINT SERVICE CENTER Reduced 10% TO 30% GIVE YOUR BABY In Life! Gerber's, Clapp's, Libby's or Heinz Vegetable i Strained Foods, 4 54 oz. can 1C Gerber'a or Clapp's Strained Oatmeal n— 2 8-oz. pkgs. ftf G Gerber's Vegetable or Fruit Chopped Foods m Clapp's Pre- 4% oz. can aerber's or looked ' M*f Dry Cereal Z 8 oz. pkgs. 41C Stop at your A & P Baby Food Department today for a fine selection of Nationally known quality Baby Foods. Clapp's or Heinz Junior. ft_ Chopped Foods, 6 oz. can 9 G Finest Wheat Farina Mello-Wheat (e 28 oz. pkg IOC Blue Label Karo Syrup ....5 Ib. jug Fortified Evap. Milk White House AC (1% Pte. ea.) 4 tall cans JOC Nabisco Famous IA Zwieback 6 oz. pfeg I9C t\m OTC Sunnyfleld Enriched Dependable FLOUR ?5U " $1.03 £.'*; J2.03 Chocolate Flavored OO^ 100 Garments Sizes 10 to 46 , , s qr Schar. of •Himnboldt, were, week-r end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. $. B . Berkland. Another Ib. 17 V^ oz. can and ' flfe i??|t is SQ spwH. Notice qf Probate of Will — OF IOWA, IN DISTRICT COURT No. 5297 March Term, o^""*^ 6 H« r <*y Nptlfled,°Th4t Sl 1 fifte? I K?*,ft^!«w -- ' ' Sultana BED KIDNEY Dromedary Point-Free ORANGE JUICE 46 oz, can PliJE^P B ^ Q SHORTAGE Please Briny YQIUV Own Shopping Container * 8c , X-/?ay Fitting for Foot Health 1 t -4 > .-'." r , i7 ^7'f^^ ! ""^n^^^-^^^ 1 i i SHOE STORE ALCONA, IOWA , Jessie Dalztel, j V \ >V r *"***•* **«*< Sited Novswiber 4, bgen *lu> dgy. flleq read, Monday, the f' lfl " " *~ Fresh From Nearby Farms IOWA EGGS Dozen Carton 35c CRIS|I CARROTS ..L..JJ bunche* |7 C _'._•" j"™?"-^-^ ..,.,..,— ri ,4W| |b f Y6ULPW ONION SETS..... r!AF.Yl?Skl»*rv* > crmn OAA * w ™J|jfl-P SwU ORANGES ..:.,:.:.. r . Tfw WPte F»ta | W t . ^,-.-^»r'?K^ -•/-jnaH' ls «Hi«' ?:,, SSSnt'm 2 »* «• Ifto w^s*^ ,— « ww 196 A. & I f** v <«' Save on These We hare a nlc^ selection of these, garment in all tlie popular eplors »nd fabrics, and even .< though the market J«. short of this inerohAQ* dlse \ye prefer us-usual to sell jhls season's chanajse this season Ie^i»wt*|ea8qiitake \\ . >oftta«|f,\ „«? J ¥* pass tJie^sptos q| 'A 10% to 80% discount 011 'I -> Jri '/3 ,v * C' '• > \ ;?mi ;:-• f ff 4-Wf" m.f* r ^k r i-lr^I— - t. e v@ffi«*S^^*^ , - .-iA-f "lw*\ <—:i4tMI N* -«« kiT'-^i

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