The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1945 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 31, 1945
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•-' ? s7-^'^-; / ''v:^V' siS SV?fc;iK^0aSig . . » Algona, Iowa, May 31, attended; «ie:6io|ifli *chobl|01chle at fentdri «* dinnW: ^8ft!bv^* the f ehtbtt feaffi; I8A14.- , The 'iSenifeoft frays' baseball teatt the Fehfdtt teatL fbj tfte af* tobys* .-;. : Jtehrf ^Ifcerg* and eft spent the past week at Mi«nea|idlifi.' Oiseh, d|ughtef of Ut. A TUBE IN TIME ."'{No; tire is Stronger tha* iu tube.« (A weak tube that "let's go" May fuin a good tire beyond repair. Ft** good tire insurance to have your tubesv checked occasionally. A' new tube will conserve a . tire—help keep you rid.' ing longer. .Get a B.F.Goodrich V TUBE Now : '|lf>' you've been "getting by" •with a weak, leak^, patched, . stretched or chafed tube-— get a new B. F. Goodrich tube. It's made with Duranjin— the vitamin that toughens rubber —makes it live longer. . OK OTBBER WELDERS Lester DeBolt Phone 308 N. TKoringtoii B T^^^ •••-- -'.:.^- ; * _ ;•;••-; - .EGoodrich Y I R C S aM Mrs. Curtis Otteft; Was ill ttd/fti Thursday and over the week end with "flu." Margaret Jensen spent last Fri* day at Ringsted with her cousin, Beverly Jensen, and attended the doting day school, picnic. -.• •, The Seneca Ladies' Aid wilt meet this Week. Thursday at the Hfehry Looft home. Mrs. Ken* heth Thompson is the assistant hdstessV .Bertha Olson entertained friends Friday evening in honor of her birthday anniversary. Present were'Mr, and Mrs. Carl Matheson and family of Armstrong, also Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thompson and Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and children. Mr, and Mrs. Carl Hauge and daughter Irene accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Solomonson and son/of Forest City, were Sunday dinner guests at the Kenneth Thompson home as were Mr. and Mrs. Abel Hauge and their two children, a .five year old daugh-' ter Patsy and a month old baby son. also of Forest City. Mrs. Kenneth Halverson and children, of Fehton> were afternoon guests. •Mrs.- Al Hewitt entertained relatives and friends' at a birthday party at the Fred Brown home Monday afternoon honoring her son, Jetty, on his first birthday. Guests were Mrs. August Nelson, Mrs. Betty Weicher and Du Ella and Mrs. Peter Thorson of Rihg- sted, also Mrs. Herman Streucker and Dorothy, Mrs. Joe Madden and Joan. Mrs. A. SJ. Nelson, Mrs. Helmers, Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and children and Mrs. Lyle Newel and son Dennis. Pvt. Donald Aure left for Ft. Ord Tuesday after a brief furlough at his home here. Mrs. Max Shelton has left for Denver where; she will spend a month visiting her parents. Delmar Kinseth is relief foreman for the Rock Island and right now is located at Garrison, Iowa. .Mrs. Gordon Olson went to Slater to spend a lew days at their home there before moving to Bode. , ' Stipt. and.Mrs. H. M. Burke of St. Ansgar stopped at the E. O. Berkland home Friday enroute to Yankton, S. D. Mrs. Laverne Hastin'gs has left for tier hdme in Minneapolis after a yisit at. the home pf Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ellingson. Elmo Barbers' have purchased the house occupied by Mr. and Mrs. H. Jdhnson. Houses are certainly at a premium in Bode. Gordon Olson will move his family to Bode from Slater, Iowa, where he will be associated with his father in the Olson garage. Lt. Herbert Larson, ' returned V Offer you a group of selected items at a price \^jf wvmm w^wr— to move the merchandise^ not to make a profit. iThese offerings include odd lot$, overstocks; short lines and hard to get items. We need the space for tiew gpods a^id have no choice |n Ae niatter. Somewhere in the list is something you v« nt at a |wice you'lLbe glad to pay. ; ,' '>'•• .'.-'''•'"• w^ i: BATTERIES Regular size, fresh Rtqcic ."'•- RADIO DRY "A" BATTERIES CQ A liit portable radios „..;...„..,,-,.,.-., OvW $15,95 v . tf }'/• ft*?* y^<v-:r^':,'SWji9,iw ! ~^ffms:^^3^ ll|firilSI88iKC^««L- ELEC. MERCHANDISE ELECTRIC IRONS Only 4 received .„«.; ELECTRIC SOLDER IRONS Regular $1.50 value, ELECTRIC SEPARATOR , 8QO lib,- capacity ELECTRIC PORTABLE '149- 60 &ENDS Extra heavy rwbber, "'?••• A f;»illW«HlaB9*»! Kill prttoftfer bf wdf, rfecelVed exteftsidn to his furtoug was soheauled to havrespfied bh May Id. Mrs. <isy lUiornpSOft W&Sja f6- ceflt gttest at the horfte b| hef daWlhter, Mrs. £>ewey 'Mofsfe, making the stop enroute .hdfftg ro Hujriboldt from Spirit Lake. . Mrs. M. C. Olson, after aft ab- settee of several months 'from du* ties at the library, has refititnea her position as librarian. Mrs. Max Shelton supplied during her absence. Mr. and Mf3. John* tended a party in the Electric Office at Humtooldt Thursday evening for Mrs. Blanche Stewart, one of the employes who left for Sioux City. Leif Larson, son of Mr. and .Mrs. Lars Larson, has written his parents he is now on the Island of Saipan. He has been a Seabee in the navy and has seen service in North Africa <and Italy. • Relatives here have received word that John Satern, S^lc, son of fteriry Satern, who has been stationed at Portland, Maine, for some time, was married recently to jMiss Bstiher Schildjgroih, of Portland. ' , Stanford Olson, who has been a naval student at Northwestern University, was graduated from there as an ensigttt and arrived home Friday morning for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Olson. Mrs. E. H. Norman and Phyllis left Thursday night for Chicago to meet her husband, and from there they expect to go to New Vark City for. a month where Mr. Norman would be located for the next month. Mrs. Andy Olson has returned froM a visit ifl Arties£ of her brother-in"law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Opheim, formerly of fiode, who received the news that theft Son, Jimmy, was missing in action in the Southwest Pacifib. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Opheim, who have been watching the movements of Gen. Hodge's first army very closely, are awaiting to hear news from their son, Keith, who is a member of that army, hoping he will be one of the lucky ones to come home. Last Chick Hatch June 13 V. 8. Approved-*-!). S. Pullorum Tested MORE POULTRY MEAT IS NEEDED. Book your order now. DUCKLINGS until the week of June 18th. POULTS until June 29th, TURKEY you, Write or phone direct, or see our representative nearest SWEA CITY HATCHERY SWEA CITY, IOWA PHONE 35 • ^•••••^••••••••••••••^••••••••••••''l Mrs. GdrmOfi AUife 4 mother, Mrs. Brnftia Sthumaker, of Santa Ana, California, are the guests of 'Mr. and Mrs. & fr. auk- lixSon. Mrs. Aure'S husband. Lt. Ati^fl* W In urciiiiaujr. ai ent titte, aulli*Sefl» guests aifi tertained and Siindfly L —„ ... pany of mendsi were etitertialnsa at the pullixsott home. > v,a y Dr. Ervin J. Anderson announces the opening of his offices on Thursday, May 31 at one and one-half East State St> Rooms 206-208 Algona, Iowa for the general practice of Dentristy Hours: 9:00 a. m. - 12:00 m.; 1:00 p. m. - 5:00 p. ttl. Office Phone 572 Residence Phone 525-W AT YOUR DEPENDABLE SAVE PAPER BRING YOUR OWN SHOPPING BAG *MEAT SUPPLIES LBUTED-^UBJECT TO STOCK ON HAND LUNCHEON MACARONI AND CHEESE OR PICKLE AND PIMENTO Whole or Half Loaf, Ib, FRESH BEEF TONGUES, LB. 33c SMOOTH RICH LIVER SAUSAGE LONG I RING Lb. 31c|Lb. 28c BIG and RING X BOLOGNA Just Heat and Eat TENDER FRANKS Club . Small Style ** Regular > Ib. 3lc ',,, BACK BONES, Ib. BEEF BRAINS, Ib. .... OX JOINTS, Ib. .....•; COTTO SALAMI, Ib. .. 5e ...lie ... 1 8c ... 43c POLISH SAUSAGE, Ib. ..'..He OLD FASH/LOAF, Ib. ....3lc SOUCE LUNCH LOAF, lb...29e PEPPEB LOAF, Ib. 49c SUMMER SAUSAGE, Miid Cure, Ib. 38c MOCK CHICKEM 39c • ,• SPICED LUNCH LOAF lk 49c MOIIWINO MOHT INDIA BLACK TEA 4 r.V QDAMTI SEEDLESS AAw ZZ0 QDAMTI SEEDLESS A J RAISINS, 2 t B .......... 240 SWEET OAilF. AAw PRUNES, 2 t B .....:.... Z90 ""'ryfirltfe »««*«» DAINTY CHICKEN SOUP MIX p kff . CLAPP'S BABY FOODS OATMEAL and CEREAL. i*. B off/ € -•^«t. Nancy Ann "Enriched" BREAD M oz. Juipbo 4 1 j| Loaf I IU Fresh From Our Own Ovens . Ma Brown 100% Whole Wheat BREAD,24-oz..oaf . : 18c ;;' : , . - : :;V. : V:: j ':,:v^.vc'".r'^^-^ ; -^g^^HS'^^^^S^^y; "Make Your Own' ZEPHYR NECTAR MADE IN 5 DELICIOUS FLAVORS WILD CHERRY • STRAWBERRY ORANGE • GRAPE • RASPBERRY 2 8-oz. Bottles ^^^^^Hlff Ci •m' i*' 4*r_ J COFFEE THB', MIBA.OLB OUSAKEB PERFEX, pkg. .. . jro BimBrao yiooB /WAX WAXRITE, p|nf ... TJPH018TEE1 CtBASEB ftBw SUNSHINE FOAM, qt. OD0 MB$. STEWART BLUING 4-oz. 9c— 10-oz, I7c Tac-Cut "Finer Blend" 30c AA W 090 .'.'• AJcona Creamery BUTTER Ib. Fr«sJh Country EGGS d6z. 32c EPOOD TREATS WorldnK wen and women peed to-the-ribs protein foods. has osuaUy meant ineft. 4 s . most of tne meat Is now on the RED POINT Ust we must supple- went our diet with other Uf b fein foods. . " , . FRBiKUW -r='."iV .'v^'f-r .»< \l^', v -'.-.' FVUL POUND BUNCBES fie - * • PUNCH .,.,, up ^ snwiMi |^r«* *;* »*.*^ ^f-s-tV .. r : -. 1 «9^^^^:^^^?'^WvffffvPw^^^^PRP'- : TVSHPro' «w best WAFFLES PANCAKES GEWS by more of the no foods supli as nuts, .and ' peas, peanut twttfiy £31 (Bt«, ' this, • ta" likewise easy, 'W'llr^ financial fpod budget,' / ':'3&^ SPPEBB ••: • .-v. . ': :|.ji, ROH.gDOAT5,3',-i..24<i lil , rws**MWw Was

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