The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1945 · Page 3
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K££ *^? tti ^j* eeta w wh'.w laft^^w^a *L A> ^5 d SWLS"««. ttunoii; nn * '«««5 tfttffst friendliness, Mi* otta Jenson. -^-• -•• • i . tg meh went to Fort Snelting for pre*ifiduction last week, They Vernon and AMred i&ailey, * P*»«8, Henry Elsenbarth Martin j.^ !YZB "*"' v «ivers insiBiieQ w &L f<5 tel P*«W«it7Mrl ft 8£ I^Plonr vlc'eVesW MM plftftf * 1 t1 e el6S6 <»* the Program Thompson, flewiy instill™ £ ave fl shoifit her em 'ttees as • Eml1 and Mrs llfeiiaptist- tHe-bust- outgoing preSWeht »"iV"" «**-»*441C JMfP** - 'AlbeM Beyers was 'leade? -ana irk Mr. and Mrs, John Arend and social, Mrs. c. H. Kerber, , Luke drove to Pocahontas Satur with'Mrs.'Wa'1 ciiouij. Huciai, ivirs. u. H. Kerber. ^•Bernard Peterson; flowers day and visited with Mrs. .Arend's * - family;, the Paul Is No fcetter Thnn the Man Who Installs It." U. S. Biirenu of Mhies. S r of the '«*ii" " '»^B"t jg At «M« Pfllrfti Mdma, Algmu, IOTM, Ma? 10,1948 MEMORIAL FOR SENECA SOLDIER SUNDAY, MAY 6TH V-^jWSSS ? v7' ' , ' 1' *' "*' •;' V',* 1 '^ If '.' uality Award I ... • Our organization Ims been awarded the coveted EAGLE- ( Contractor Plaque for Its oustandlng nchleyeinents In home Insulation. Only Eagle Contractors who have passed the most rigid requirements formal- Ity workmanship receive this recognition. Seneca: Memorial service* were :'u d ,?'„ the Seneca Lutheran dA kureh Sunday afternoon for Pvt i $2 ?•' Nels °". Jr-> who was Wiled in action in Ndfmandy h U i y 1' 1944 ' ' R ? Vr H - c - Malstre had charge of the service. Also present were & group 6f the American Legion who ihad a part m the service, also a representa- TT° » f .a rom the Seneca unit of the United Service Wotnett. Matty Memorial Gifts Many gifts of money Were received as memorials for Aflbln F f el . suon > amtmg which was a gift to the hospital fund by the sln- eca unit, U. S. W., also gifts to Wn,,*n ntWorld .> Actlon < Lu theran Hour, Gateway Gospel Mission, a so other missions and a $160 gift for home evangelistic missions presented by Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Nelson. Born Near Feiiton V /it AIbm E - Nelson, Jr.,. son n* A IK- , _ nd C]ara N ^, son ' wg n 27, 1921; hear Fen- killed in action July fu» ' "• " orr "andy, France, at the age of 23 years. nf H?. 'Was baptized and conflrmed at the Blakjer Lutheran church ?™ r n Seneca - , Pri °r to his entering the armed service he lived in and around the Seneca commu- «,), y ' u s mother Passed away when he was 5 years old. He volunteered for the service of hs country on Oct. 8, 1942; He City: High school junior themselves .proud at the jun i^T eni °S ban< J uet which thej sponsored last Tuesday nlehf ^'^''TheCiWus" as th y e theme the decorations took the form of a *%* with blue to P and sides. Small stuffed an" . «e placed on the tab"« between the tables a stulec elephant and a clown were set up n.^n pr °SI, a . m was carried out as follows: Ringmaster, June An- bv ; th SP T' " Viv ? !La Senior Cl«ss" Rfa$ fr M da vfi speech ' " Mai n thP VivS^ ^ d Nelson : "Man on f«t. T. 1 ^'"^ Trapeze", boys' quartet; "Bareback Riders", clarinet toera 2i t 6 boys arid 16 girls. The are John Rarsten, Robert Lund qulst, Donald Nelson, John Peter son, Bonsald Sorenson. Evely Benson, Shirley Ann Berg. Eiain Boe, Norma Boland. Margare Carlson, Emma Oohtie, Phylii Hammond, Doris Hanson, Helen Kollasch, Mary Lobb, Betty Muth Arzelle Peterson, Nirta Preston Ja " e Sanftner, Frances Schuler and Darlene Swanson. Commencement exercises will be held Monday night, May 14. Neighbors of Seneca Farmer Plow Ground • v -iy>'Wf&& -' -gf >V<A, ! -' bv (.ho k !u c)inner was servt? ^ Ot « ers ol , the J"" 0 ^d served by five girls and five boys of the sophomore class. Th» Tw ? n *y-« i nc Seniors The senior class this year num- Seneca: Delbert Geitzenaur was pleasantly surprised last Friday morning when 12 neighbors came n with their tractors and ma- hmery and plowed, disked and ragged all of his ground preparatory for planting. About 50 acres were plowed. Neighbors participating in the good-neighbor act were George Patterson, Oscar Patterson, Howard Richards, Carl Odin, Gotlieb Kracht, Flynn and Florin Hunt. Merle Culbertson, Henry Klein, Geo Johnson, Joe Crowley and J. W. Bollig. • Let Cowan do the Complete Job SIDING INSULATION ' WEATHERSTRIP Ask fo* on our con* payment Cowan Building Supply ALGONA, IA, FOR QUICK itESITLTS-USE THE WAttT Ana EAGLE ^CERMRIED" INSULATION JOB holHive enabled us to win awrnfM itf * MOUSE TIME of satisfaction. talled —• *.uu^.J. V¥OO i, Calif., with thej Home In May, 1943 on furloueh in I n f"~jalA~~ £"" ag . ain in the -i-""s of 1944. He returned to Camp £ ow £L al # from there was sent «d., thence where he A letter was I :» * NO DOWN PAYMENT /36 MONTHS TO PAY 1ST PAYMENT NOV. 1ST COWAN Building Supply Co. Algona INSULATE NOW MEN AND ( MATERIALS ARE AVAILABLE CALL 275 FOB ESTIMATE Phone 275 s IIIUIHIIIIiniliHIIHIHl ^Hlffllllllllllllllllim^^ Sparkling bits of jewelry to add dash to Mother's summer costumes. Earrings, bracelets, pins and pearls in yellow and pink gold—delicately and beautifully de• >• • \ signed. v o—"- «>"u jji o uiy me report came that he was missing in a £ tlon which report later was changed to having been killed in action July 9 in Normandy. He leaves to mourn his departure his father, Albin E and stepmother, Mathilda Nelson- four Kir S, ^Mrs^S man, Bancroft, Mrs. Herman Gei lenfeldt, Fenton, 'and Mrs. Leo Leninger, Algona; also a stepbrother, Kenneth Halverson S-lc of the navy, believed to be on his way to the South Pacific; and a step-sister, Mrs. Henry Wilbera of Fenton besides a number of other relatives and a host of friends. . ;;' v •Florence Conway of Cylinder spent the week-end at' the Cecil Baldwin home. J The Flynn Hunts were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Reaper home at Algona Week-end guests at the Earl Crouch home were Mr. and Mrs James Murray, Jr., of Waterloo' Fnrits and Vegetables Carnation Milk 3 tm 29c BOBDEN'S ^.cAaa oeeuiCSS , Grapefruit. Mrs. Jens Halverson accompai ed her daughter, Mrs. Annt -llestad^of Rlngsted-'to^ JeWp last week They will, also'villf mm . at the Alfred' Eness home a't as Ames. Mrs. Raymond Aldbrandt of Denver, Colo., arrived last week A 2? e n ho , me °* her Parents, the A. £,. Nelsons, to be present for memorial services held Sunday for her brother Eugene. Seneca young men-who .'have taken their pre-induction physicals this past week-end at > Fort fanelling were Donald Bollic Frank; Seeley, Victor Streucker and Kenneth Voight, the latter having gone early in the week. «, Flm , eraI serv 'ces were held at the Baptist church at Bancroft Monday afternoon for Ethel Braddock who for the past several years has been a patient at Oakdale sanatarium and who passed away there the middle of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thompson and LaVonne attended a farewell party sponsored by the St. John's choir of Depew, honoring their pastor, R ev . A. K. GaardJ Who has resigned as pastor there and, who will leave Cylinder the lasf of May, Following the regular choir rehearsal the 'group gathered in the church parlors where refreshments were served followed by a short program in which Mrs Thompson participated. The group presented Rev. Gaard with a bill fold as a remembrance from St. John's choir, inges ! *1V\ ap Doz. les Ibs Eagle Brand 21c Jello Puddings L for I3C •MBM^M JOHNSON'S Glo-Coat OLD ENGLISH latoes, fxira J-iarge Pineappli AUNT SUE New Cabbagi ^•^•a Sunkist Lemons Ige. 6 for Dry Gleaner «4 &" J1H " ,.*> Gal. 69c IDEAS Perfume Bon Boii Dishes Plaques Cologne Bottles Stationery Stemware Compacts Floral K. D.JAMES Tomato Soup Scans 25C Swea City Seniors In Class Play Friday Swea City: The senior class of the. Swea City high school pre- . sented "Professor, Ho w Could larg appreciative au- Cookies and Crackers 2 Ibs. | Ginger Snaps —-25c| The cast was as follows; Keats, John Karsten; Vicky, Arzelle Pe- f e ^ R ' ^ WWiOms, Mary Ja^ T iT* 1 ' 'JS? an( Jp3, Ronald Nelson; John, Billy p| t eVs; PriscilJaV. " l ; ^°^e. Elaine boy coo^39«| END CUT PORK CHOPS HAM HOCKS ,„ sets was fuiv -»« T ww w» sp W*"9 ASS'T COLD MEAT t- -Alb, Post Toasties 18 oz. Post Toasties Pep „,_ FLOUR **s«1 ? ' ff'pf.vj .^ew^f^i ||:^Al^^ - *

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