The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1945 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 21, 1945
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BIT SOLDIER'S UNIT CITED FOR GERMANY ACTION Burt: Mrs. George Kinnkl received word from her husband, Pfc. George Kinnki, that his unit, the 38th Cav. Pm.. Sq., recently •was awarded a presidential citation. The gallantry and combined skill at this force resulted In 200 enemy killed, 32 prisoners taken and countless casualties inflicted upon the enemy ranks. The fighting took place December 16-18 of 1944 in Germany with help from the 3rd Platoon, Co. A, 112 engineers combat battalion and 146 engineers combat battalion and contributed largely t<S the uWWiafe defeat ol ttie° man offensive in,,t8§ Ardennes. The Mdells Sunday school das will meet with Loreni Wessel o Wednesday, June 2?th. Mr. and Mrs. firwln Schwelter spent Father's Day at the F. Baum home In Lakotd. Mrs. Merle Woltz etttertalnet the Friendly Four Club at he home Thursday afternoon. Mary Officer is spending a few weeks with h'er grandparents, Mr and Mrs. P. H. Dickens, in Diagonal, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moore have purchased the house ir which they live from Charlie Mrs. O. O. White, Jr., and son of Nashville, Tenn., and Linda Ant *ash spent Friday with Mrs Dugan. NEW MACHINERY Special prices on "TOWER" Master Hi Lift SWEEP RAKES and "JAYHAWK" HAY STACKERS. Get OUR prices BEFORE you buy. j( Hydraulic-lift cultivator for Allis Chalmers "C" tractor. DeLaval magnetic milker, complete. Electric motors and pump jacks. 4-Section spike tooth harrow with folding draw bar. Mulching attachment for Oliver 60 tractor. Rotary pickup attachment for A. C. "60" combine. ..Windrowers for 7 ft. mowers. Flaretype wagon boxes. Power takeoff for A. C. "C." Electric attachment for De- Laval cream separator. Endgate seeders. Brunner air compressor for farm units. Wood stock tanks. Steel stock tanks with built in hog vvaterers. tied Stamps £2 through J2 Red S.tamps K2 through P2 Red Stamps Q2 through tf2 Red Stamps V2 through Z2 Processed Foods- Blue Stamps N2 through S2 Blue Stamps T2 through X2 Blue Stamps Y2, 22, Al, 81, Cl . •••31 . $1 30 si defin^tef Stamps NoS- l ' 2> 3 ' in book three ' continue Valid In* Gerald Ollom left Sunday for 3es Molhes where he was to get his reassignment. He had spent a 3 day leave here. Mrs. Vernel , Hardgrove and daughters, Mrs. Inez Welner, Mrs. Chas. Leeck and Tena were Algona callers Thursday afternoon. Wm. Lacy, or Algona, spent aonday at the H. O. Buell home. Ar. BUell has been having the lu and has been confined to his ome. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Godfredson nd -Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson f Ringsted were Thursday eve- Jng visitors at the Elza Woltz ome. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Riedel and amily of Ringsted and -Mr. and Irs. Albert Bleich- and daughters of Ledyard spent Sunday evening at the L. H. Riedel home. Lt. Willard Schweitert left Sunday for Ellensberg, Wash., where he will visit his sister, Mrs. Paul Manor and family before going to Used Machinery I. H. C. 6 ft. Mower, like new. Several good plows, mowers, sweep rakes, wagon boxes, Ham- mcrmills, speed jacks, wagon hoists, good New Method manure loader. Complete service for Allis Chalmers, Oliver. New Idea and Massey-Harris machines. We are equipped to put liquid weight in your tires. Bring your tires in for FIRESTONE FACTORY RECAPPING. INSURANCE See L. S. Bohannon Over S. & L. Dept. Store Polo Shirts Former price 85c ea. CUT TO BOY'S SLACK SUITS $1.81 ea . BLEACHED CHEESECLOTH 10 yds 43c BLEACHED SUGAR SACKING, 34x34 5 for $1.15 AHEAD California for re*asslgnm6iftt i ' Mr. and Mrs. Russell dn'fprnan and small son, of Luskin, Texas, are visiting at .the C. B. Chlpman home for two weeks. Richard Cnipman, of Omaha, 'spent Sunday with his parents. ",; . John Millen returned to* his home In Austin, Minn., Saturday after spending a week here with Jimmie Sauerman. Jlmmle is spending several days In Austin with John this week. Pfc. Richard Lavrenz arrived home Friday and Cpl. Roland Lavrenz came Sunday. Both are spending several days' furlough with relatives here. Sgt. Ernest Lavrenz, of Texas, is also home. Russell Rentz, who is a gunner 1-c on a P. T. ,boat, arrived home Friday evening for a 30 day leave with his father, Estel Rentz, and other relatives. Russell has been in the Pacific area and has been away nearly two-years., Alice Essery left Monday night for Washington, D. C., where she is employed. Alice had spent the past two weeks,with her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Essery and with her brother, Cpl. Robert Essery, who has been home on furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Woltz and three small daughters of Stewartville, Minn., spent Saturday and Sunday at the Elza Wolt/s home. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Shipler and sons Dennis were Father's Day dinner guests also . at the Woltz home. Mrs. A. G. Heddle left Friday for Longview, Wash., to spend a few weeks with the Heddles' daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Stewart. Mrs. Stewart has been having an infection on her hands and nas been under a doctor's care. Rev. A. G. Heddle, Margaret Officer, Shirley Lockwood ancl Jack McMullen went to Lake Okoboji as a committee to make arrangements for a cottage jfor the Youth Fellowship outing this summer. A cottage was rented for July 9-15. The Missionary Maidens held their meeting Thursday afternoon with Fern Habeger. The following officers were elected for the coming year: President, Fern Habeger; vice president, Barbara Hardgrove; recording secretary, Charlotte Dremmel; corresponding secretary, Gladys Groen, and treasurer, Mary Officer Gel* Home Comfort that Lasts a Housetime with an i EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone us ioday CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 ALGOJS r A, IOWA 5 FUN" B.FGoodrich This is the tire that's backed by 3 years' extra experience. 3 years before any other manufacturer, B, F. Goodrich sold tires containing synthetic rubber to American car owners. These tires hare proved their superiority in the now famous 80 million mile road test i i . proved the value of this extra experience. And they have other "extras" too ; ; 5 - FUU Ptf-WAI TREAD THKKNfSS M«4e with Ouruota, the "tire vitamin" that fichu wear, pro- rides loag, J<u"e mileif e. STROHGtl CORO CONSTRUCTION Cord better than prewar, makei plies tuoat- tt and tire *afer. »% MORf RURHR KTWIENPIKS Reduces stress between cords — gives added blow-out protectionCAUTION: There aren't enough new tires for all who are eligible. T»ke care of your present tires and make them last. If you must have a new tire, be sure it's a B. F. Goodrich Silvertown. OK Rubber Welders Lester DeBolt Phone 308 «. N.-Thorington B w"*i j*«*t *g «• -£ .EGoodnch •r i w m s ...but not for too long! Make Your Car Last! If you had to walk every place yoa go fot toe next veefc, you'd soon realize how important it u to keep you* car running! Well, why wait for some enforced road-work to feacb you that lesson! Yon probably can avoid a good deal of car-trouble with the aid of your Phillips $6 Dealer, Haveliim check the battery, air filter, radiator, and cooling system of your automobile at regular intervals. Let him go over your TIRES once a week. By such constant attention, he can check cuts and bruises before they k*d to serious .trouble, and he can warn you when Recapping is necessary, •-You and your country need your *»r. So you can judge for yourself jus* how important these CiT- &mng and Tire-Saving service* ate. ;S*op in for them wherever you see toe Orange and Black 66 Shield. CAKE FOR OUR CAR FOR YOVR FOR VICTORV.. Buy U.S. Wai Saving Bonds ..nil Stamps SUPER State and PWlllps sis. Fr^njg HaWeman. Ofl*t>lkwr anfl Harms Oil e»am»y, ?JMMM» 74 var 1 We at :'feti^e8tfeiciift«S« ( i day, • Jtkhr.-8th, Thentitiae bom here ittd IB Mi ;;e jftoved wlth.M^ Jj^l-ghts at, Mo.i whefs they iW6a uhMl tutnihg »»a a fMfi ifa bridegwom a f 6tmm M&tH \vas vyouhd^d duHflg tHj6 fl In Luibtt aftd has ilovfr ieeelved a medical dls6hargg,; !rhd eoupie will live Ifi Walker where M Hawkins Is ifl the ttueklhg busi ness.^ ••.": '•.-. '..'., ..•:• ">.:'••• •.• ' '•' ws tpbtrt'6 the ffi6|o» afid ; rejilaefflHgftt ;; paffc jioured Inte Etlfdpe 16r the Eighth ana l^Jflth air foMifc Wh«n the wll EVERYDAY ITEMS Canvass fly nets, string sides v~ $4.45 pr. Leather one piece fly nets ___$14.00 pr. Nose baskets .,'« _ „ ^ _v_._ ^ _ _ - _ _ 35c eau Fly spray, gallon _ _ _ j^ _ „,, $1.25 Hand and Pressure Sprayers '' Desert Bags ______ L — _ _ _____ 98c Louden, Ney & Meyers Barn Equipment 20-Bu. Rotary Hog Feeders. \ Koh I haas H a rdware ''•^..'•^^^•^y^'^'^'y :!•'•(;>.%'VV.yr^W;>.£;^ Ff^ii;Pv^ii^iisiiiis-if ?| p m per |(|0; ' Waterme Ib. 3c Folgers Coffee *i. 55e Calif., Large 3 for GR'EFRUIT 29c Sunkist , 6 for LEMONS 296 jar Blue Barrel SOAP ft lOc Calif. 2 Bunches CARROTS Sunkist Doz. ORANGES Assorted Jello 2 for 15c Soda New f\r\ POTATOES . % 98c Crackers box 25c Brooms ea 98c Sal Soda . 6c Vanish * California 2 Doz. ORANGES 39c Green Ib. PEPPERS 23c Georgia Dozen m Bing ib. PEACHES 29c| CHERRIES 33c Soilax . . 23c I Tomatoes, 3 Ibs. Bed Ripe FLOUR SALE 50 Ib. bag Kitchen Pride - $1.98 \ . • '••".. :• '•' ' -/• Consumers .. $1.89 IN QUALITY KAEATS ODKAIENE • it** I , ' :;:jstS^J4,«fps<gB40«isi|j|gi^ :^S : iftlllSifi^^^^i 5*-....'[ 5.Vi'.:"'v^.v;;*.;-i,'^,vi«: ^r-f^^^cYiSs wS%S%|3S i W'S

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