The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1945 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 24, 1945
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FOR IENTON SENIORS HELD THIS WEEK Fenton: Baccalaureate services for Ihe 'senior class were held Sunday evening, May 20, at the Methodist church. The following program was presented: Processional, Mrs. Georgia Ann Voight and •Mary Newel; Invocation, Rev. Preul; hymn, audience; prayer, Rev. Preul; music, girls' sextette: sermon, Rev. Preul; vocal solo, Bevely Schulte; benediction, Rev. Preul; recessional, Mrs. Georgia Ann Voight and Mary Newel. Graduation exercises were held Tuesday evening, May 22, at the high school gym. Home After 53 Missions Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruhn entertained Sunday in honor of their nephew, S-Sgt. Donald Wright, who was home on 27 day leave, after having completed 53 missions over Germany. Guests were Mrs. Claude Wright and children of Estherville, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleckwenn and Theodore; Mr. and Mrs/Arthur Helmke and family of Rodman; Mr. and Mrs. Waller Lena and family, Dan Blekwenn and family, Mr. and Mrs. Emit Bleckwenn and Nonna Jean, Mrs. Sophia Bleckwenn and Kathryn, and Mrs. Caroline Hartman. Rev. Frederick Installed Rev. Frederick was installed !n the Lutheran church at a service Sunday afternoon. There was a large gathering or neighboring pastors and teachers present. The senior class play presented here Friday was ably given and very well attended. Mrs. Ralph Reidel and children of Ringsted visited at the Merlin Watson home Saturday afternoon. Eunice Johnson,'of Mason City, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Johnson. Mesdames Ferdinand Mueller and W. J. Weisbrod drove to Estherville Monday to spend the day. Mr. and Mrs. John Waite, Jr., and son Jerry are here visiting at Announcement .. . FARMERS!! We are happy to announce that our NEW FIRESTONE HYDROFLATER has now arrived. We are now equipped to put liquid in your tires. With this equipment we are also able to re> move liquid from your tires when they .need recapping or repairing. Let us load your tires with liquid weight now. Bring us your worn tires for FIRESTONE FACTORY RECAPPING. See Us For Used Farm Equipment of All Kinds NftTFPF* ^ e ^ ave complete service and re- IIUIILL, pairs for all mac hines in the Allis- Chalmers, Oliver, New Idea and Massey-Harris lines. "Hydraulic Farm Hand' Stacker Loaders Phone 714 Algona, Iowa WOMEN CM HELP BY I SAVIN& EVEftypROP Of U$& COOX/U6_m 6ALVA6& FATS RePLACejWUSTRtAL FATS AMP OILS NESDEP '.' 'V3AV&SOFC/V/L/AM AMP WAR at the parental John Waite home for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Torkelson and son Verne, -were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Olc Pederson. Mrs. Ernest Votteler, Mrs. E. K. Johnson and Mrs. Frank Humphrey spent Wednesday afternoon ;n Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wegener are the parents of twin boys 'born at the McCreery hospital in Whittemore Friday. Mrs. Harold Christensen and son Jimmy of Wallingford visited with her sister, Mrs. Wilfred Stoeber, last week end. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Thompson and Mrs. Edward Priebe were visitors at Fairmont Monday afternoon. Guests at the Fred Kluss home THERE'S SUREFIRE SHOWMANSHIP IN Probably 80% of the people whose homes need painting this year will choose white. Why? Because white is surefire neighborhood . showmanship for new houses, middle-aged ones and even for r teaching old ones new tricks in smart appearance. When you choose white for /our home be sure you get the white paint with 1 the pure, flashing brilliance, the live whiteness that means housa personality.. . plus the stamina to turn in an unchangingly perfect performance for season after season of wear and tear. If you want your house to steal the show, ask for LION BRAND OUTSIDE WHITI HOUSE PAINT Spilles Hardware The Northside Hardware . Friday were Mrs. Ethel Kellogg, of Richmond, Calif., her sister Florence Fry, of Kanawah, and Ardith Warn of Clarion. The 500 club met at the home of Mrs. Martin Olson Thursday afternoon. High prize was won by Mrs. Hildreth Pettit and low by Mrs. Albert Langerman. Gary Lee, infant son of Mr. .and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland, was baptized Sunday morning at the Fairville Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon Kerber. The Saturday afternoon bridge club met at the home of Mrs. E. C. Weisbrod. High score was won by Mrs. J. A. Schwartz and low by Mrs. Raymond Stoeber. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kluss were Ma-, and Mrs. Alvin Kluss and-son, Willis, of Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. George Gunder and Bill Mixdorf of Algona. Lloyd Berkland suffered a painful accident Friday when the thumb of his. left hand became pinned between the tractor and drag draw bars. It was cut and badly crushed and very painful. Mrs. Shelby Weisbrod arrived home recently from New Mexico where she has spent two months for her health. Her daughter, Karen Dell, has been staying at the Francis Ware home during her absence. The'500 Card Club met with Mr. and Mrs. Hildreth Pettit Monday night. High prizes were won by Dale Weisbrod and Mrs. Herbert Schlickelman and low prizes by Herbert Schlickelman and Mrs. Wm. Weiner. Travel prize went to Mrs. Herbert Schlickelman. At the close of the evening lunch wns served, brought by the guests. BODE NEWS Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Erickson and family of Ft. Dodge spent Sunday at the home of Dr. and Mrs.. P. W. Qually." Mr. and Mrs. Lars Mitven entertained relatives Friday evening in honor of their daughter, Agnes, who was a member of the graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Berge and daughter, Thelma, and Mr. and Mrs. Magnus Sorlien were dinner- guests Sunday 'at the home of Mrs. Clyde Zorn, at Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Berge- and daughters Barbara and Ann of Garner attended graduating exercises of their niece, Phyllis, Friday evening at the high schoo! auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Rolland entertained Mrs. Knutson and family of Armstrong and Arline Johnson of Mason City, who attended the graduating exercises in which Geraldine Rolland was a member of the class. While Mrs. Melvin Johnson was adjusting the belt on her motor powered lawn mower her first finger on her right hand was pulled under the belt and the tip of it was badly crushed, which has been very painful. Dwayne Stille after a few days visit with Vernon Rood has returned to his home in West Bend. Vernon has taken his physical and is awaiting his call into the navy, He has an older brother, Cpl, Orville, with the 9th army in Germany. Mrs. F. W. Aldinger received a telephone call Irom her husband, F. W. Aldinger, Sl-e, recently informing her he had completed his store-keepers course at Sampsoq^ N. Y., and was being sent for ad^ vanced training to Mechanics? ville, Pa. Mrs.Donald Aure and infant son have returned from Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge. Pvt. a^nd. Mrs. Aure have an other young son, Ronald. While her husband is in the service Mrs. Aure is liyr ing with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anton Janssen. i in a staldf vfefi ate'd Apfn:-,22-;/ib. later take* ever by.--tfii aftd at the pfeseftt time -If Jtt Ma awaiting tf ftnajppf tefifti /id the states. . . '•*":'-• '-: ;i v : ''"••.:•:' «"' ;> y' Friends of Afdls Nelsdtt,daUgfi ter of Mr. and Mfs. 0s*af Nelsdft ( of Goidfieid, and former Bade iel* Idents; were pleased \ to heaF.6f her marriage April 28 lit Lambert Field Chapel, St. Louis, 16 Petty Officer 2<s Richard ft. Smith, of LuVerne. Thecouple will make their home In St. Louis where the groom Is stationed at Lambert Field. The bride was born and raised in Bode and was a member of the 1944 graduating Class. Mr. "and Mrs. Sill Wermersen and Betty we're visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbaek. Richard and Gerald Clnk, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cink, were week-end visitors of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cink. Mr. and (Mrs. Alfred Ophelm and family were Sunday visitors and supper guests at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Henry P. Phillips, Algona. 'Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Danielsori and family, west of town, and Ed Fitch were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Hansen. ., staying in Algbfta sfhee her; tlbfi tot; afpl&ndieiitis, visited Sun day" afternoon' • w;itH her fhotne Mrs,-pearl Beukefta atta" family, . Mf s, Sftrfeh;;: j WiseY; MA* firtisie Noble ! W6ces-SuHday eVfc-<> ftirtg Mlpper gU6stS ftifc. the home 6! their grandson and nephew, Oscar Hammond and farnily northeast 61 town, • ; DANCES LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT Friday, May 25 Carl Bean Tuesday, May 2d Scandinavian's Friday/ June 1 Walter Martic Featuj-inff Dolores Morgan, vocalist, and presented by the National Orchestra Service. 6, Complete* Mtisfactten tu&t&c/ OK Rubber Welders Phone 308 Lester DeBolt N. Thorington B.FGoodrich TIRES NATIONAL FEATURES WHITE READ NATIONAL JUMBO ENRICHED l T / Double Loaf ROOT BEER OR COLA SWEET GIRL BRAND 24-ci. ' Bottles PLUi IOTTIE DEPOSIT PORK and BEANS PHILLIP'S 21-01. Can Salerno Grahams CRACKERS CHEEZ-EE CLEARFIELD, PIMIENTO CHEESE SPREAD 2-LB. BOX 24 POINTS G4RDEN FRESHJ, FRUITS & VEGEfMLESl Asparagus 1 HOME GROWN, TENDER, GREEN OUR BREAKFAST COFFEE ££ 59c NASII'S OR HILLS COFFEE ... V£ 33c WANOV TAI.BOT—PLAIN OR SUGARED DOUGHNUTS °£&£ 16c NATIONAL PAN ROLLS ^"fi 6c NATIONAL PLAIN RYE BREAD J^ 10c NATIONAL RAISIN FILLED COFFEE CAKE ... ^15 R A DISHES 14c HOME GROWN Bunch*! Cauliflower SNOW WHITE 39c Lara* Head Bchs. HOME GROWN—SPUING • '> . GREEN ONIONS .;. B an^ NEW GREEN ..-•.« CABBAGE Lb . LONG, GREEN .;• CUCUMBERS .....2 „,.. FANCY—BELL. QREEN PEPPERS.. 2 „,.. CAUF. BUNKIST LEMONS ........ «,. OAUF., GREEN TOP _ CARROTS .......2 £32." Pickled .Green Beans 2 Lb 29< FANCY STRINGLESS PIGS FEET Meat and Produce Prices are effective Tfcun., Friii afld SEMI BONELESS m CARTONS LARD ». 17c FRESH - _ " ' COTTAGE CHEESE ,, lb I5C FBESH OBESSED BULLHEADS < lb 45c ASSORTED lo> ^ ww . COLD MEATS HW. 15c rOEHIDU DRIED BEEF .,,,. %w> , 19c •2V2-gal. Jar SWEET OIBL ' SALAD DRESSING . PEANUT BDTTEU SKIPPY ..,.,,,.. NATIONAL Ring Bologna Lb. COARSE GftQUNP r 22c 1 K? 19c l-Ib.. 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