The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1945 · Page 4
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Car with Elevator Ownership Changes ^m^:^m^ii%&mM GUNNERS MATE CROSSED 'ATLANTIC TWELVE Irvington: Gunner's Mate 3-C Everett Brown, eldest son? of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown, has been enjoying a 24 day leave .with his parents. Everett has made twelve trips across the Atlantic ocean on the S. S. Levi Woodbiiry since his enlistment. The last trip was to bring boys from the air crops who had seen service in the European area back to the States. He had made most of the large ports of England, Belgium, France and Africa. He will report back to New York City but thinks now he will be transferred to the Pacific area and a new ship. The t)avis Elevator Company took possession of the Bowles Ele* vator at Corwith last Thursday making that company owner of the .two elevators at Corwith. These elevators and the Denhart elevator will have a storage capacity of 250,000 bushels. George Arnold, manager of the Denhart elevator, will supervise both stations. Local manager at Corwibh will be Roy Johnson. Irvington Veteran Receives Discharge Irvington: "Ike" Hudson son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hudson, former Irvington residents, has received an honorable discharge from the army. He served in the southwest Pacific area (India) and has two gold stars for battle service. JENSEN FAMILY HOLDS REUNION IN RINGSTED Seneca: The annual "Jensen re* shower fo? Mrs. union was held at the Ring'sted A miscellaneous postnuptial park on Sunday, June 24 with sn ower was held at the Dbaw nearly 100 in attendance. Church Thursday.afternoon hon:* A picnic dinner -was served af- Ol ,j n g Mrs. Louis H&nseni the form* ter which a program was given. er g e (.j y j ean pr^tt, daughter of Claude Faugust read a portion of M rs> Dennis Pratt. Approximately scripture and offered' prayer. A 45 guests were presehti Games FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 6-7 THAT IS ON THE BEAM AGAIN! / YOU HOWltD AT "HOLYMATRIMONr ...AND NOW rOU'll ROAR FIELDS WOOLLEY Extra Added Attraction THE TOUGHEST BATTLE OF Fun for the Family Saturday Night SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, JULY 8-9-10 ,\\ She may look young and innocent , . . but when a Furloughed Flyer Iries a date for casual romance , . she gets a deadly Plus Laurel & Hardy "THE BULL FIGHTERS" WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, JULY 11-18 Added OWI Special r^r- JULY is— MIDNIGHT SPOOK SHOW— U:3» »orls Kartoff "BO»Y SNATCHERfe" Community Slug — Comedy quartet, composed of J. M. Jensen, Ralph Jensen, Leona and Dorothy Jensen, sang several . selections. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Faugust also sang. , , Bobby Jensen and Barbara Reid gave recitations, and Jerry Wilberg, Aleta Jensen and Karin Faugust each sang a song. Margaret Jensen and David Jensen played a piano duet. During the business meeting wihlch followed the program the following officers were elected for next year: President, George Jensen; vice-president, Virgil Jensen, and seer,etai(y-treasurer, J. H. Jensen. ' Mrs. P. H. Jensen, Mrs. Sigrud Olsen and Ralph Jensen were elected the program committee. The food committee named includes Mrs. Martin Wilberg, Mrs. H. N. Wilberg and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Jr. Present at the 1945 reunion were Mr. and Mrs. Claude Faugust and Rarne, Gucken, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Shauger, Waterloo; J. C. Jensen, Anoka, Minn.; Mrs. Alice Faye, Champaign, 111.; Mrs. Clara Mellom and Marilyn, Northgate, N. Dak.; Mr. and Mrs. James Dodcy and family, Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Thoreson and Janet, :Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jensen, Swea City; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jensen and family, Ledyard; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jensen and [family, Ledyard; Mr. and Mrs, H. E. Jensen, Algona; Mr and Mrs. Vernon Jensen and Bobby, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, Algona; Mrs. Lso Lampe, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Linus Jensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jensen and, Clifford, Mrs. Jennie Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Jensen, Mrs. H. J. Fink, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Wilberg and Richard and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jensen, all~of Ringsted Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wilberg and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. J H. Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jensen, Mrs Anna Osborn and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reid and family, all of Fenton. , , Mrs. Sigrud Olsen, Ringsted, and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Jensen and family of Swea City. Seneca Vacation Bible School Ends Friday " < ' Seneca: The Lutheran daily vacation Bible school closed Friday afternoon after three weeks of school. There were nearly 27 children enrolled. _ Termination of the school. was climaxed by holding * at Cooks, Bakers For Carriers Needed Now All available cooks bakers and utchers are being asked to apply mmediately for se ™ ic ?.™*i Merchant Marine by William J. Becker, area director for the War Manpower Commission. Workers are needed for service n cargo vessels which have been onverted into troop carriers £or turning veterans of the Europ- an sector. Applications may be ade at the United States Employment Service, 1% East State. Al- Tl/ ^UCOllO W^ifc f* W^*«»» V. . • ; >^b«...w^ were played with a deijcioils lunch served later. The bride received many lovely and useful gifts. Hostesses were Mesdames Dale Struthers, Cliff Hoover, Tom Ellefson, Loyal Young, Elmer Thompson, Merlin Anderson, Rqss Buffington, Ted Hoover, Gc6. Johnson, and Miss Margaret Qollner. Betty Jean was married to Louis C. Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Hansen, of Burt, on Sunday, June 17, at the Presbyterian manse with the Rev. C. C. Richardson officiating. Brcnda Thilges, St. Benedict Celebrated Third Birthday— A birthday dinner was given Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Thilges, near St. Benedict, in honor of their daughter, Brenda, who was celebrating her third birthday. Dinner guests were Mrs. W. H. Thilges, Valeria, Patricia, Walter, and Wilmer of Bode; Ann Genrich of Swea City; Sharon Kay, Patsy and Mary Alma O'Brien of Algona; Mrs. Mary Dole and Marvel of Irvington;.Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green and Linda of Livermore; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole, Lois and John of Irvington; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Skilling of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Chester Harmon, Richard .arid Charles of Algona; and Mr.-and Mrs. Walter Mescher and :two children, Judy and John, of Bancroft. Many nice gifts were presented Brenda. Brenda also celebrated her birthday last Wednesday when several of her little neighbor friends gath-' ered at her home for the occasion. A delightful afternoon was spent playing games followed by a lunch. Brenda was presented ma,ny.lojrii- ly gifts. The little 'girls presjnl were Judy Rahm, Marilyn and Michael Seller Virginia and Patricia Simon,' Ida Mae Kutchara, all of St. Benedict, Donna Mae and Marvel Hansen of Irvington, Charlene Downs of Wesley, Hichard and Charles Harmon of Algona, and Linda Green of Livermore. also Marilyn and Dianne Rahm of cnmuxcu u^ »iu»-."e. - *- v-^ ,„.,...., the local Lutheran church Sunday evening. The program consisted of group singing, memorization work, scripture passage hunt, exercises, display of paper chains for Bible passages memorized and scrap books and color books. nt the ai:tern oon visiting. Following the program cake, ice andma Do le of Irvington was cream and coffee were served to ^ nt more than 125 guests. — o — Among the youngsters attending Marlcn st> John Has Birthday— S! S? SB&WSS SK M Ma S , s.. t .- • •••••— iilK'S/SV^ S'-m" »ir.hd. y »ret, Billy and Blame . ^^l^^S^^ ssr-Si sen; Dorothy, Evelyn and Lorraine Maxme ui Oftedahl; Kathryn Johannesen and Looft. St. Benedict. Mothers of the girts spent the afternoon visitin~ Marlene St. John, daughter' of -• " * , celebrated Wednesday. Prices 44c friends in .. illowed by .„. Those present were Gibson, Cora Skokstrorn Ann Eimore, Patty Ward. i „.„ Nelson, Bonnie Jean Minard, Norma Johnson, Kathryn Fraspr, Venica Johnson, Nancy and Janice Hudson. —o— Aletha Cook Weds— A Fourth of July marriage has been reported by Justice of the J. "B. Johnston who united gona. Bert Peck Here From Long Beach Our old friend Bert Peck, is hare from Long Beach, Calif, for a visit of several months with h ; s many old friends and with his daughter Mrs. George Stewart. ^•!,?la«j4- interests in Algona and a£ H m , a ™s SJKHI. d ° K? S» Vi'.V.L'T, 'y"o d un1 h iKoXvf.-.s^raV* seven years ago. Floyd Bode Owns Purebred Holstein Floyd T. Bode is the owner of a •purebred Holstein bull calf, Algo Sky!ark Return 930950, registered wife the Holstein-Friesiau Asso member o the association from June 1, 1936 to May 19, 1938, and became a lif member Dee. 9, 1943. .T>e<, Ho* stein-Friesian Association o America has a membership o more than 35,000 Holstem breed ers and is the largest dairy cattl recording association in the work The purebred Holstein-Friesian animate now registered numbe 3,500,000. since iftfiaitt witH the le|M fbfcgs in North rlfeiftM jsfnuary* 1941 ' . v. 2i^', whe was' 6he bf . . Afifieriban fangeM to j&ln th« firit- 1 ' Ish commandos 'at the raid : 0tt Dieppe Ffflnde, itt AKfitSt, 1042, l&tflr saW service In North: Attica And Italy. Me then was sent home for Officer's" training and .was com* missioned a second lieutenant after completion of the dpurse. In January of this year he igain went'Overseas, and since February* he has been with our armies in Germany. v Arriving at fort Sneillhg last week with a large detachment of soldiers ihomeward bound from The above is a picture Of Maxine Dalley of 2245 Pacific Ave., Oakland, Calif., daughter of Mr, .and Mrs. Thomas E. Dailey of Algona, who was married June 22 at 4 p. m. in 'Riverside to Lieut. Joseph A. Van Der Haeghen, U.S.A.A.F;, son of A. J. Van: Der Haeghen of Oakland. After June 27 Lieut, and Mrs. Van Der Haeghen will make their home in Palm Springs. Bury Burt Woman Wesley:<~Mrs. LHa Simpson, 86, of Burt was .buried in the Linnlng lot in the Evergreen cemetery Saturday afternoon, ^he" died in 0 Sioux City hospital where she had been for a year following a stroke. It Costs Nothing to find out why over 1,400 car owners have placed their car i us ii r a n c e through, this office.' Stojk| in ahove the S. & L.Dept Store or call 103 and let .us explain this better way 1 to insure your car. L. S. BOHANNON Think what 7 this ineansi the Comfort of a modern home brought t6 every member of the family. Health and happltteSs with the utmost in sanitation now Is possible through the installation of our DIAMOND BRAND SEPTIC TANK. And the east -is so small Easy 'to Install, too'. ,-' ;•;'• " B«th and Inside Toilet Jl(k* fiti* him*' r ih» «*n» cotatortt tk* WrtM oltitt F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 229 • . . ••..».••.,-'• ''4-ti lifetime Foot Health caus be edttisetdttia later »---- ,y6ttt eHUd's fuitit* •"''tit and dbinfort bs^ up ^«^X-l«#fiitiii^*t* viod. This siocletti litttfl| aid permits you td S&6 that 'y6$S dhiicl'tt Bttcies fite6*reoti?;»y* ( .that pliant banes and tande*| muwlas it* act efbwded and dl«» 1.'..thityoW eA/W'A Abe* pronlbte tt&riflal/' [ h«althy d*f ilsp- I< cite foot stnictttra.' tlotf .. .without &6»t ...without obllgaUon.tb buy. • SHILT SHOE STORE n marriage Aletha Co'ok, daughter f Mrs. Leota Cook, of Algona and Kelvin R. Abbes of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Abbes will be at iome on a farm five miles south- ast of Burt. The marriage was witnessed by VIrs. Cook and a daughter-in-law. American Legion Auxilary— The American 'Legion Auxilary »vill hold its regular meeting Monday July 9, at S p. m. at the Legion hall. There win be installa- ion of officers. Mrs. Verda Ellsworth of Emmetsburg, 8th district ^resident, will be a guest of the club and will also talk. Mrs. Marc Moore's division will have charge of the refreshments. —o— Bible Searchers Class— The Bible Searchers Class of the Methodist Church will meet at the Edward Hagg home at 415 W. State on Tuesday afternoon at 2:00. Lt, Helen Sanborn Supervises WACs Irvington: Helen Schulz San n born, Lieutenant in the WACs, now is stationed at the Mason hosr pital in Brentwood on Long Is-* land. She supervises 16 WACs who are doing teaehnical work. Mrs. Sanborn's husband Robert r'ecently was returned from ovevr seas duty and is at Halloran hos* piit'al in New York. At present he is wearing a brace on his back but his family has not been told the exact extent of his injury. Swea Eagle Man Dies in Armstrong Swea Eagle: Henry Maushand 77, died June 23 in Armstrong Funeral services were held at th« Methodist qhurch June 26 an< 'bwrial was in the Armstrong Grove cemetery. He and his wife farmed m Swei many years, retiring to their press ent borne in Armstrong, He is survived by bis wife and: one daughter, Mrs. A! Pearson. M WASHINGTON DARK RED Bing Cherries RIPE AND SWEET Lb. HOME GROWN ( FRESH BEETS NEW. GREEN -:;••" .CABBAGE ... FRESH GREEN TOP ; CARROTS ... Approx. 15-lb. Ljig CALIFORNIA SUNKIST—ALL SIZES LEMONS TENDER. CRISP HOME GROWN LEAF LETTUCE .^ FLORIDA PERSIAN '-' LIMES 7TT.TT GEORGIA FREESTONE ELBERTA PEACHES ......... While Bread U lYa-lb. i _Do«bl« C to* ENRICHED JUMBO SLICED COFFEE WATERMELO 4 cLb Pancake Flour INT 1 !««• ''/;••"». DMA JftllP *' GEORGIA BLACK DIAMOND ..<, RED AND h SWEET V ALGONA BUTTtR .._•-"•.»._ .10H..67C Point Value 24 POINT VALUE 4-A8SOBTBD COLD MEATS %«,. 15c POINT V4L.UE 8—ESSEX SCIIMEB SAUSAGE CERVELAT u,. 3Sc POINT VALUE 6 SMOKED SAUSAGE ,, ». 37p POINT FItEE—FIIESB BTVBB OAXJCUT BULLHEADS .,.,,.. ». 45 C POINT F^EB-^yBESB ' iij,'- >. COTTAQE CHEESE ,^' ^ |5c SKINLESS AMERICAN PROCESS CHEESE ' FINEST ' • ..' "• SUQAR 3 CANS 10 POINTS TOMATO JUICE ,.. POINT VALUE iv~miaw BLEHDEjMUICE .. PAfoATctlLOUH . 'S*; 20c TWO-OBAIN OEBBAfc . , QBAPE-NUTS ,,,,,, -^S! 14c ENRIOHKO 8-MINUTE CREAM OF WHEAT. X4AOB SIZE POST"' 8ER-B1T HARD TACK,., ^.t NATIONAL .'• ' ' PAN ROLLS ...... BEOULAH OB DBIP GRIND ^imi*ff>iiufMiuiiH'mi'imfu»jm*m i»Bw.im»ii'.jiNM|i WIENERS TINOIR ANP BBER RABBIT .... POINT YAWS 6> IMMDNM - 'SCOUBINQ CLEANSWt SWEETHEflBT BIV .WHIT! IMII» : ': : ' «i' : i|,i^-'»B ?a M IT f « v *'9tt m ^^tt yASHfs .:: ,. mm )fm:--iii!im B H O O M S (-IVE SEWED Rflll

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