The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 19, 1945
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RELATIVES VISTT THRU SWEA CITY FAMILIES City: Mrs. Belle Black and Hugh, Mrs. Edna Smith and daughter Lfcbna.allof Algdna. and Mrs. Mary Slack Frasier aftd her son James, of Toronto, Canada, were visitors at the Hay, Walter and Elmer Smith homes Sunday, . Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith and •daughters Patty and Mrs, Ells^ Worth Carlson and Mrs. Carlson's daughters Beverly and Barbara, together with .the Floyd Smith's son Howard, Were also Visitors at the three homes. Mrs. Frasier, who is the widow of Lt. Douglas Frasler, a pilot In the Royal Canadian Air Force, is spending two weeks with her mother in Algona. Her husband's oiane went down over Belgium on the return-flight from the bombing of Emden, Germany, in May, 1943. She recently completed a course in nubile health at the University of Toronto and will take up that Wbrfctt the Toronto territory Prevldtis to her marriage she com pleted nurses' Iralhittg at the University of Iowa and practiced her grofelsloa In' army hospitals ai Salisbury, England, and in Ret Cross centers in London. Her late husband's parents live in Canada where she will continue to make her home. at Baptist Church, H6V, Paul Beck, of Akron, Ohio, Reached at the Baptist church undav as a candidate for the pastorate, which will become vacant on Aug. i. nr. Beck is now in youth work in Akron and preaches at the Baptist Temple in that city. Previously he had been in evangelistic work. He has a wife and three children, the oldest of Whom is in the army, Mr. and Mrs. W. T) Treat spent several days last week at their old home in Ayrshire. Mrs. D. A, Doiiohue and baby, of Tipton, spent a few days last week in the parental, Charles Kessler home. A group of relatives gathered at the Art Claussen home on Tuesday night for Mr. Claussen's birth- ffig Algftna Upper Pes Moinea, Algotta, Iowa, July 19,1948 day. Cfuesta wet6 Mr. and MM. Fred Jensen, Mr. and Mfs. Bernard Jensfen, Mr, and Mr* Leo Lampe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmke. Albert Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto SwdnSon, who has been with the armed forces in Europe for the past year, arrived Sunday morning for a furlough with his parents. The journey from England took eight days with stops at two re-deployment camps enroute. Albert crossed on the Queen Mary, which carried 8,000 American troops, 7,000 Canadians and a crew of 1,000. He will remain here until he receives further orders. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Helmke observed their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Sunday with a family gathering at their home. Present were their children Mr, and Mrs. Art Claussen and Mr. and Mrs. Sig Loge, of Swea City; Mrs. Ben Ingebritsen and children, of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Loge, of Frost, Minn. Unable to attend were Mr. and Mrs. Art Aldrich, of Des woines, and Ben Ingebritsen, who s in the armed forces. Mr. and Mrs. Helmke received many cards and gifts from friends. OAK LOWEST OEILINO PRICES IN ALL DEPARTMENTS PRUNE JUICE , 2 . 02 .290 'TAG-CUT" Finer Blend Coffee POUND JAR ...... 30c SUPEIin Whole Kernel 4 m GOLDEN CORN v ,140 LITTLE DARLIKG Green 4 A , I SLICED BEANS No .« 160 SWEET AND JUICY SUNKIST VALENCIA ORANGES Pound .....lie JUMBO SIZE SUNKIST LEMONS i •'"• Pound ...-.. I3c SWEET AND DELICIOUS SANTA ROSA PLUMS For Tabk and Preserving $ <i QS ORIGINAL BASKET X I WATERMELONS, whole or half . . .UU* GREEN SALAD CABBAGE . ..... IB. 5c CALIFORNIA GRAPEFRUIT • -.•• -.-• LB. Me . LAST WEEK FOR BING CHERRIES California Seedless ' WHITE GRAPES Easy to can. Require less sugar than all other frttts. Can now as the season is abort. -•- • • -..-*.:;•.• ..-..-• . , , t . _ »s me season u abort. '~± FIRST SHIPMENT WASHINGTON MOORPARK APRICOTS CUE AM of SPINACH 4 A Campbell SOUP *, 120 OAKVBY PEANUT BUTTER „.„. 340 GENUINE BALL BROS. JARS, RINGS and CAPS Insure CANNING SUCCESS HAKES JELLY JELL PEIMEL .„..,. 120 VITAMIN "D" ft mt Superb Milk, 4 « 350 MEAT SUPPLY LIMITED BOLOGNA , PER BIG AND RING COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS .SUMMERTIME ^ IS SANDWICH TIME! PRICES SUBJECT TO STOCK To perk up summer appetites you can serve nutritious, easily prepared sand, wiches. Between 2 slices of our "Always Fresh" Bread you place ."Beady to Eat" Sausage or Meat Loaf along with lettuce, radishes or young onions from your own Victory Garden. Spread with your favorite condiment for added zest SMALL FRANKS PEB LB. 35c RING LIVER SAUSAGE, pound ..........28c PICKLE AND PIMENTO LOAF, pound . ...... J[c MACARONI AND CHEESE LOAF, pound .... 3I C |LONG V LJVER SAUSAGE, pound . ... . 32cl LONGHORN, MILD YELLOW CHEESE, pound . ,35c 50 POUND FT nTTR WHITE LOAF—, u * **m*JM*, FIRST PRIZE, 60 $1.99 CEBBAL « 04TMBAL |||i"" Clapp'$Food,2? uk r250 SWANKY SWIG ouSf'SW* 1 * SFsTOSSf 1 S TARCH 3 BUTTER Creamery ,,,, 19c SIOUX BEE HOMEY .BQB8-BOSS PANCAKE MIX YOU ARE THRIFTY AND PATRIOTIC TOO When you Make your personal selection front the wide variety of Dependable Quality Foods. AT ^M^MJf •?| M WESLEY U.S.W. A. WILL SPONSOR BUDDY BOXES Wesley: The United Service Women of America are planning to sponsor Buddy Boxes, Christmas boxes from the folks at home to boys and girls in service. Each organization and individual in town and surrounding communities will have a chance to contribute to the project. The organization of service women meet in the Exchange State Bank basement on the second Thursday evening of every month. All eligible women and girls are urged to join. Visited Sister in California. John Meuhe came back Sunday from a two week visit with his sister Ruth, who is employed at Camp Cook, Calif., and with their brother Bob and family in California. Back from'Hospital. Julius Lorenz was brought home Saturday from the Mercy hospital in Mason City where he has been 10 days. Rawllns Have Another Son. Word was received here last week that a baby boy was born t Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Rawlin, o Underwood, recently. The Rawlir family were Wesley residents un til a few years ago and at that tlnv had two daughters, Kathleen anc Eilene. Since leaving here thej have had twin boys, Terry and Larry, and now another son. Mr Rawlin was superintendent of thi local public school here. College Friends Vacation . Sylvia Ann Gerdes, with a gir friend from Rock Island, 111., one from Minneapolis and one from Chicago weTit to Clear Lake Sunday. They are vacationing at the Never-Inn cottage. All were students at Grinnell college last year Lake Vacationers. Madeline Studer and. Thelma Oppedahl returned home last Thursday from Clear Lake where they occupied a cottage with Mrs. Rita Sheppard and Miss Katherine Swolka, of Mankato. The latter two returned to their homes Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom McMahon and four children went to Clear Lake Sunday where they will occupy the East Wind cottage two weeks. Bernadine Johnson accompanied the family. Hospital Technician. Miss Esther Burke left Sunday for Rochester, Minn., where she will be employed as technician in the clinic of the hospital there. She came here May 1 from San Francisco where she worked as technician. Miss Burke spent th past three months with her aun Mrs. Marie Kunz and family. ; Mrs. Joe Miller was taken 'to'th Mercy hospital in Mason Cit Monday. Fidelia Skow, who is attendin the University of Wisconsin, spen the'weekend here.".'." '•'-•';'-« Mrs. John Puffer and infant so. were brought home Sunday from the General hospital in Algona. Mrs. Vee Mullin returned homi Sunday JErom'S Fort Dodge hospt tal where she was operated on several weeks'ago.. Relatives visited-- Mrs. J. B Meuhe and Mrs. Theresa Foertsch at the Mercy hospital in Mason City over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hrubes and baby Wilma Ruth, of Duncan were Sunday guests at her parental, R. C. Batier, home. Joseph Studer, Jr., went to Milford last week where he visited friends. He attended the LaSalette school there a few years 'ago. Pvt. Joe Hanig, his wife and .baby, of. St. Joseph, Mo., are spend>- ing a 15-day iurlough at the home of his parents, the George Hanigs. Mrs. Bud Hauptman went to Des Moines last week where she is employed now. • Her sister Mary Lou Haverly, is attending A. I. B. Mr. and Mrs.. Ted Worsley and Jackie, of Ventura, were Sunday guests at the Oliver Young home. The Youngs are Mrs. Worsley's parents. .Mr. and Mrs. George Goetz and two children and Mrs. Rita Ricke and 1 tyvo children were Sunday guests at the Roman Ricke home near Bancroft. • Billy Koppen and Avery Mullin came home Saturday from Water loo where they have been employ ed/m a packing plant. Avery re turned Monday to Waterloo. Sister Mary Joel and her com panion, Sister Mary Josine, return ed to Milwaukee Surlday, The had been here 10 days lo see th former's father, Julius Lorenz, wh is seriously ill. Mrs. Lepa Bottke and two daughters left Sunday morning for their home at Iowa Falls, following a week's visit at the George Hanig home. Mrs, Bottke and Mrs | Hanig fire sisters, 3ay guests at the Joe Meurer home were Mr, and Mrs, A. M L«mkee and Bob, of Jrvington, and their daughter Betty, of McAr- |thur, 'Ark,, and «Mor/ and Mrs, IB Brown, <jf Algona. . s< Myrtle Kouba and two chil dren returned home Sunday from a two weeks' stay- to a cottage at | Clear fcake, Mrs. Kouba has pur-, hased the U-WannarCum-Bak ott^ge a fclpck aprfliwest of the >urt, The Ray Kleinpeter family returned Sunday from. 4 week in the Tom Th«B* sattagt at Clear Lake. Jgc,iu4esl amjmk their visitprs from Wesley wer* tusHls a»d . Betty ed on her birthday Friday v/hen a group of relatives and friend came to spend the evening with her and her family. Following an evening o£ cards, the self-invited guests served lunch and gave Mrs Bleich birthday remembrances. Ledyard U, S, W, A. Will Sell Tags Soon For Veterans Fund The Ledyafd unit of the United Service Women of America met at the home of iMrs. Herb Zeilske Friday afternoon. Chairman for the tag day sale, Mrs. Zeilske says that tags for the veterans in hospitals funds Will be sold soon. Mrs. Joe Mayen and Mrs. Asa Warner are on the Buddy Box Committee. Eleven women were present to make wash cloths, handkerchiefs and tag day ribbons. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Albert Barnes at 2 p. m, the second Friday in August, announces Mrs. George Thompson, president of the U. S. W. A. Children's Story Hour Bode: City librarian Mrs. H. C. Olson, assisted by La Fay Olson, entertained a 'group of children at a story hour last Thursday afternoon. After the reading of a story, ames were played and treats serv- •d. Every Thursday afternoon at :30 throughout the summer nonths-the story hour will be held. Children between the ages of 4 and 9 may attend. Four Corners News ~J™J Call on Returned Veteran. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Witham and family, Mrs. Ben Sloter and children and L. J. Lowman called on Mr. and Mrs. Pete Helmers in Algona Sunday evening. Mrs. Helmers is the former Delia Witham. Mr. Helmers recently wis given a medical discharge from the army. He was wounded Oct. 12> 1644, while in service in Italy* Spending 6 months in a Topeka, K.&n,, hospital, he went to Camp Atterbury, Indiana, where he received his discharge. Visitors from McCook. Mrs. Earl Miller and Jacquelyn and Marvin, of McCook, Nebr., arrived July 12 for a few weeks visit at the C. N. Robinson home. Mrs. Miller is a daughter of the Robinsons. Here from Canada. Mrs. Mary (Block) Fraser, who is here from Canada visiting her parents, spent Wednesday with Mrs. Russel Walker. Ruth Ann Muller, daughter of VTr. and Mrs. Henry Muller, has jeen in bed for several weeks with rheumatic fever. She is mproving slowly. Sunday afternoon and evening :allers at the 'Leo Ramus home were Mrs. Ramus' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham, and the atter's mother, Mrs. Jessie Royce. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Walker and flr. and Mrs. Ralph Walker were ishing Sunday at Mud Lake. The aarty were at Laurens that even- ng for supper at Mrs. Ralph Walkr's. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Ever; load Insured N against loss or damage. Equipped to" do all kinds of draying and hauling. Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin took their daughter Janice ta Olea* Lake Saturday for a physical check-up. Janice has been ill sev* eral months and flow Is taking treatments. ' Mrs. Ben Sloter is visiting this week at her parental home, the Everett Withams. Mrs. Sloter has spent the past week with Her husband who is in the .service and IS stationed at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Mrs. Lester Mitchell and son Norman, of Chicago, 111., arrived July 12 for a visit with Mr. Mitchell's sisters and with his mother, Mrs. Jessie Mitchell. They were met in Mason City by Mrs. AMe Dittmer, Mrs. Lester Mitchell's sister-in-law, and Mrs. Jessie Mitchell, LKSfilF #$«•{$ „ this weekend f» & visits,, I \mi\ CREAJ At hart*- -N6 let ery;lol.-.Na esbltM J »W* » whipping^ No l£6feh«d flfir6ri«Ctfl**i M«xp«rtl!v«-20 Ntlpil lit «aeh IJtttVtt. 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