The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 17, 1945 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 17, 1945
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BISGARD, ORMERLYBURT, 1ED IN COLORADO JBlirt: Friends have received .Word of the death of Dr. Louis Stegard at his home in Advada, Colorado. He had taken over the dental work in his brother's office in Denver the past three years but in January he had the flu which was followed by various ailments until death resulted Wednesday, May 9, from spinal meningitis. He was buried in an Arvada cemetery. The Bisgard family lived here many years but moved to Colorado "some 17 years ago. Dr. Louis Bisgard is survived by two brothers, William of Colorado, and Harry, with the army in Texas; a sister, Mrs. Agnes Longnecker, as well as his parents. A brother Edward preceded him in death. " «'*!•• Oak Leaf C ASACZtkUAICi Of ,' J W**V*V'i**f ' ' ^ew mtimMfmMtiii Office PH6«|;42t . JBte-' end with. Linda AM Ralh Mrs. John Retker, MaSon City, called on friends here Fflday. Gene Theisen, Lakota, spent Sunday With his coUsin, Dean Kienitz. The United Service Women will meet Friday afternoon at the schoolhouse for sewing. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Webb and son Gary Lee spent Mothers day at the R. W. Rash home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kienitz of Lakota were supper guests at the Ed Kienitz home Sunday. Mrs. Joe Bringleson of Forest City was a supper guest at the K. J. Smith home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Torgensen and Gerald spent the weekend with relatives at Bode. Mrs. Vernell Hardgrove and three children spent Friday at the W. H. Schwietert home. Mrs. Ed Weiske recently purchased the house belonging to the Smith estate, where she has been residing. Mr. and Mrs. Lammer Haddle D intdwnSal ^evening. UMTS. Albert Staehie , tadMd Mfg. Kbbelt Mumjf Am Pauline Mess at heMiofne Monday evening. Mrs, Leonard Schmidt and daughters Kotoerta and Paula of Jode spent the weekend at tne o aul Moore home. Mrs. H. R. Chantland and two hildren, of Bode, spent Mothers day with her parents, Mr. and to. E. M. Toothman. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Young and on, Osage, spent Mothers day at he W. A. Peters home and they vere all dinner guests at the Oli- •er Graham home. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler had he following as dinner guests Sunday of last week: Mr. and Mrs. Elza Woltz, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mann and Charlie Mann 1 ; Mrs. F. L. Pratt had the follow- ng guests at a luncheon Friday: Mrs. Albert Staehle, Mrs. H. O. Buell, Mrs. K. J. Smith, and Mrs. Fohn Re'cker. The afternoon was pent in bridge. Martin Griese, who has been working in Camden, Arkansas, ame the last of the week for, a •islt with his family and to at- There' Mrs. H. O. Buell entertained at » one o'clock luncheon Saturday n honor of Mrs. Wendell Patteron, Chicago. Mrs. Charles-Paterson, Algona, and Mrs. F. L. Pratt were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sigsbee had as guests Mothers day Mr. and vies. Ray Bierstedt, Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sigsbee and baby. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie .,appe and baby spent the even- m a can of loW6 Brothers HIGH STANDARD HOUSE PAINT There is extra protection with High Standard because it covers solidly more square feet of surface and outwears ordi- ( nary paints. It spreads evenly and , easily, and High Standard's tough | weather-resistant finish reduces the \ frequency of painting. Make your Store the I 4 SERVICI | ? CENTER •» for Painting, Decorating j. and Malntenante Materlali J Lowe Brothers PORCH AND DECK PAINT Here's perfect all-weather protection for ex-' terior wood or cement floors. It's made extra tough to stand extra hard wear. A sure bet for economical protection. A New Lovely Room Like Magic wifh ~~ MIRACLE WALL FINISH One coat of Kern-Tone covers wallpaper. It goes on like magic—dries in one hour to a finish of enduring beauty. Lovely new colors which are easy to clean. Now, Kern-Tone hides better than ever and still has no j"painty" odor during . $O98 or after painting. ^B p« *•>• MSTI FORM end commencement. Griese is a graduate. Lavonne ng there. E. O. Chipman, Mrs. Marion F. S. Norton & Son Phone 229 . . , . hipman and Mrs. Sheldon took Joan Chipman to Mason City Friday, where Joan took the train or Madison, Wisconsin. She will visit her aunt, Mrs. Gabriel, and plans to get work there. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf entertained the following rela- ives at a Mothers day dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Shipler and son Dale, Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Cunningham are the parents of a daughter born on V-E day. The baby weighed seven pounds and has been named Lana Jean. The Cunninghams have one other child, a son four years old. Mrs. Cunningham is the former Viola Voigt. Lorena Schwietert of Mason City spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schwietert. On Mothers day the Schwieterts all went to Dolliver where they helped Helen Mane Hunt celebrate her fifth birthday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncy Chipman were at Ames Sunday of last week, where they spent the day with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Chipman. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Graham, Melvin and Helen, accompanied them as far as Webster City, where the Grahams attended a family gathering. ..... Mr. and Mrs. Roy Morgan and Marion spent the weekend with relatives in Livermore and attended a family dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Falb on Mothers day. The following were also guests: Mr. and Mrs. Ray Falb; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Falb, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Emma Jones and Mrs. Harley Watkins and children, Buffalo Center. Mrs. Jones is Mrs. Morgan's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Angus entertained the following relatives for dinner Sunday, May 6: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Whitehill, Omaha, and Sally Hobson of San Diego, Calif., sister of Mrs. Angus, and the mother of Gary and Donald Hobson, who have been making their home with Mr. and Mrs. Angus. Mrs. Angus went as far as Des Moines with her sister Tuesday morning by bus on her return trip to San Diego where she has lived the past nine years. Mr. Whitehill left by train Monday night where he is employed after spending thii week-end here with his family. CHURCH NOTES St. John's Lutheran 9:15, Sunday school. 10:00, Divine service with confirmation. t 1:00, the Lutheran Hour over (From Bancroft Register) An Eighth Air Force Bortiber Station, England: Capt. Frank M. Baker, 27, son of Mr, and Mrs. Charles M. Baker, Bancroft* Iowa, has been awarded his third Oak Leaf Cluster to the Air Medal for "Merltorius Achievement" during Eighth Air Force bombing attacks on German military and industrial installations. The B-17 Flying Fortress pilot is a member of the 493rd Bomb Group, commanded by Colonel B. Landry, of New Orleans, La, The group is a unit of the Third Air Division, the division cited by the President for it England to Africa bombing of Messerchmitt aircraft plants at Regensburg, Germany. Capt. Baker was graduated from the St. Johns High School in 1934 and from the University of Iowa at Iowa City in 1939. The pilot was a salesman for the Bankers Life Insurance Company at Des Moines 'before entering the AAP In April, 1941. He was trained in advance flying at George Field, 111., where he received his wings in January, 1943. WCAL, Northfield. Methodist Youth Fellowship at 8 p. m. Choir practice Thursday even- GEORGE: "Yes, I certainly would like to hear why you call that an Old fashioned idea, Judge." ^ ' > OLD JUDGE: "Glad to tell you, George. Until recently, a person known as an alcoholic was generally treated as a social outcast. Little if anything'was done to understand him or help him. But, during the past few years, medical research and study has developed that alcoholics are really sick people... that there is usually a deep- rooted physical, social or emotional reason behind their behavior. That's why today so much Is being done to help them by finding out and correcting the condition that leads them to excess." GEORGE: "How many folks.are there like; that, Judge?" . OLD JUDGE: "Well, according to scientific research, 95% of the people who drink, drink sensibly. 5% do so unwisely, at times. Included ih that 5% is the small percentage of the sick people I'm talking about." GEORGE: "That certainly gives me a clearer picture. It's-the most sensible ap- nroach I've ever heard on the subject." TW« •dNitfNmmi tptnsmd to Confmnw «/ AtcoluUc Bmoii MuiMa. Int. Red Ripe lb. TOMATOES 19c Large AVOCADOS 23C JELLO 2pkgs> 15c Fresh 3 fov CUCUMERS 25c Ex. Fancy Winesap 4 Ibs. APPLES 55C SALT 1% lb. Bag VV Sunkist 2 Do/. ORANGES 59c New CABBAGE 4c Apple Butter lOc 14 oz. Ai Archery Book With Every Set light-Piece Arcliery Set for Youngsters 1.95 Healthy, wholesome exercise for children si* to twelve. Four-foot,how, •news, aulver, target WD4 archery booklet. Outstanding Valuel Paratwill SUKCOAT 5,95 Silky paratwill rayon in a rich tan color. Water-repellent and wind-resistant. Fine duality tailoring. GLASS OVEl^WARE Cool: In it,,, Serve (n It.,, Store In H... (CASSEROLES lOo Ea. For individual service. Famous Fire-Zing make. Two-year guarantee. PIE PLATES 190 Ea. Beautifully etched. incb Btee. Two-yew King guarantee. 1.98 UOASTKIl...I,«7 Holds a six-pound roast. Can donbie M ft Ou»nwtee(l. HUXTABLE HOME AND AUTO SUPPLY PHONE 133 New 10 bs. POTATOES 59c Sunkist 6 for LEMONS 29C Upton's Tea Black, lb. 99C Crisp 3 Bunches RADISHES IOC Texas 6 for GRAPEFR'T 39c Pitted Dates 6 oz. Pkg. 23c PERFEX SOILAX CLEANSER VANISH SANI FLUSH OXYDOL SUPER SUDS RINSO LINAL ea« Downyflake DONUTS Made Fresh Hourly 2 Donuts and a •§ A A Cup of Coffee IUU Cookies- Chocolate Chip COOKIES ;lb. Ginger A SNAPS .............. L Ibs Sandwich COOKIES „, lb, Sunshine Krispy A lb. CRACKEJIS . fc Boxi IN QUALITV IVIEATS HAM HOCKS ASSORTED COID MEAT COTTAGE CHEESE Brooms 2tc We Stock Salt flour GOLD MEDAL '•„,.,.,. QM HTOPPWDE , CONSUMERS -m. ,.§0 Hi, Bag 3ZiV0 .50 lb, »»g SKIil" ; Donald 0. Hut6hl*oft Theoddrii C^Hutchllfon gtatfl Sftftk BUlldin Phone 261 •". B. J. Va.n AHett A. ,...,ATTOBMfiit8:Af- ,,., , Officfes lii rieW BteUe BviHalftjr Wiohe SiS ; > Algona^ I*wfc daylord D. BKtimWfty Edw.». Harold F.Fr StitJMWA*, Kfitt* ATTORNEYS AT LAW • Office in Hutchison Bldg. Phone ALGONA, IOWA >ywr :-%^ - UtNNAW * ATTORNEYB AT LAW . Algona, Iowa l ? n bhe »M. Offlre over Kosauth MUt I»H. Bldg. , ' ALQONA, IOWA ; ^ . U A. WINKKL ..:,K-.';:. ATTORNEY AT LAW Office In Hutchison Building' Phone >80 Algona, low*« PHYSICIANS C. H. CaREEBMEYEB, M. D. Phone 444-810 SURGEON St. PHYSICIAN Office In John Galbraltb Bldg. PHYSICIAN & SURGEON MELVIN O. BOUBNE Phone—Office 197 Re». . Across from F. S. Norton & Son DENHSTB A. J. BASON, Dontirt Office over James Drug Store Phone Office 69 Residence 88»'» KARL R, HOFFMAN DESNTIST Office In New Helse Bldg. Phone 44 ' Res. Phone 11*' OPTOMETRIST A. W. Amunson Office—Borcnardt Bldg. Eyes Examined Res. Phone 436 MISCELLANEOUS ANTONE E. JOHNSON (Burpee Agency) District Agent" Northwestern Mutual Life Algona, Iowa / Phone 656 . Res. 173 • EMMETSBURG PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Loans to Farmers and Stockmen-.; with a sound basis for credit. : : 'A Rate 4%% •^i^t'^^ • Part ttae office, -Fridaysl>to i*c/- p.*m.,i Naitional, Farm Ix>ah;A8s'n.i^ Office % Block South 61 Coiirictt Oak Store. Typewriter Paper 500 sheets 75' This la a good grade bond paper and will make an ex cellent school paper. 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