The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1945 · Page 7
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JBte" Algdfla tfoffgf JllJjtetnes, Alpha, Iowa, July 19,1948 Mrs, tester Gdddeft aftd • Mis* dhafieife, Mutts&n spent, Sunday at dea? Lake t Mfs. •& »; Stokes fe _ .few days visit froiff her sister.Mfs. W. J. Beckett of Spencer. i Miss Linda Ann Rash of fittrt is spending a few days with her sis- .ter Mrs. Chester Webb* Mrs. Lilly Holl'lster of Manly visited from Tuesday'untll'-Frlday at the Mrs. HeriTy Wegerief home. vMrs. Ida Kttutson of Emmetsburg spent the; Week end at the home of her daughter Mrs. P. E. . 43 tone. Mrs. P. JT. Michel of Ashtott, Iowa, visited her slstei? Miss Mary Strelt and other .relatives, from Sunday until Thursda^V Mrs. Nell Hanlon 6f DwigH 111., returned to her hojhe Monday '.after-a three weeks visit with her • -Sister Helen Jane Sloan. Mr, and Mrs. H. W. Thompson •.who have been In Arizona the past three months are expected home the latter part of next week. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Willey entertained at a family dinner Sunday in honor of Paul and Hugh • "Willey who are home <m furloughs. Mrs. Glen Johnson and son .Douglas are visiting Mrs." Johnson's parents Mr. and Mrs. E. L; •Johnson at Eftimetsburg this week.- Fay Krause, daughter of Mr. and for Kirksvllle, Mo., where she will "Mrs. Arthur Krause left Saturday •enter a hospital .for nurse's train- ring. ;•--. • . :"• , -. - _ . ,_-. , Mr. and Mrs. George MahOney •visited Mrs. Joe Domek at Fairmont Sunday and Mrs. Anna Xoomer at Armstrong. The three 'ladies are sisters. .' After a visit of about two months at the home Of her brother A.-F. Thompson, Sr., Mrs. William Gos- .Tselin is leaving Friday for Austin, Minn., to visit relatives. Helen Johnson who is a student Jiurse at Mercy hospital W 6es Moines, is spending her- three weeks vacation with her parents Mr; arid Mr s;< Aridy Johnson. Mr. and M*S, Nort-ls Wilson of Livermore were Sunday guests at the home of the letter's parents Mr, and Mrs, John Stell. Mrs. Wil-soft was formerly Ruth steii, Mrs. Harriet 2athonkal of Po- tahontas came a week ago Sunday and spent a week at the hoftie of her sister Ava Simpson. Thursday they went to 'Fairmont for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dreher and son Howard of Elgin, 111., returned home Sunday following a week's visit at the Albln Spongberg home, rher absence Marilyn Tuttle *» »»^_*____ ,*_ _ _,^,_. i z:* •**.,.;« ;Jn,.r*Uf *** nf TV/It* arirl Ivire W A Mrs. Dreher Is a sister of Mrs.' Spongberg. . Lorna Faulstlck left Saturday for Amarillo, Tex., where she will visit her fiance Duarie Wallukalt, a fortnight, ibuane is in the nir corps' and has been in service about a,year. . Mr. and Mrs. Lester Welse artd daughter Darlene of Knoxville, Tenn., visited from Sunday until Tuesday at the Don Weise home. The ladies are sisters and the men are brothers. Mrs. Helga/ Carstensen, Mrs. Frances .Hudson,. Mrs. Esther Thaves, all of Mason City, and Mr. and Mrs.- Clarence Neilsen of Lu- Verrie were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hanson. The ladies are daughters of the Hansens. Mr. and Mrs. Don Miller and Children and Mrs. Miller's parents of Sioux Fallsi S. D., .returned Sunday from a week's sojourn at Park Rapids lake. They report Conditions ideal and the resort crowded with others on vacation, Mrs. Sid Spear has received that he has been pledged Phi word from her son Elmer Lattimer Gamma Delta at the University at Boulder, Colo. Elmer is in .the V12 unit and entered service about a year and a half ago. Roy Wilton ttaft 6n vacation last wfrek from- the fcushhell Tavern and spent Wednesday at Clear Lake where he was a guest'of the Gene Pearsons of Hamptdh who had a cottage there. Mr. and MM. Chris Wallukalt speht Sunday In -Livermore With Mr. and Mrs. George Foth and family. They were joined by Mr and Mrs. George Kraschel, The occasion was in -celebration of the birthdays of Mr. Foth and Mr Kfashel. Sgt. Cecil Snydei 1 , son of Mr and Mrs. Mallard Snyder, arrived last Week for a 30-day furlough He Is in the air corps and has been in active service in the European area. He will report for further assignment at the end of his furlough. Mrs. Sylvia Gunn, organist a the Congregational church, left July 11 for Chicago where she is taking a brief study course. in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A Tuttle is substituting. Miss Tuttle though quite young, shows considerable talent and is quite experienced. James Cameron and his secretary, who have been here on business with a contruction company which is operating near Corwith are returning home to Keokuk the latter part of the week. Mrs Robert LaBarre and children will accompany them for a vlsH with her parents who are friends and neighbors of Mr. Cameron. Mrs. C. E. Hagie of Denver, Colo., is visiting her sister Mrs, Douglas Wilden and, Mrs. Floyd Bacon. She plans to return to her home in about two weeks. It has been several years since Mrs Hagie was in Iowa and she recalls the summers as being very hot She is finding our cool and "unusual" weather very pleasant. A group of five ladles whose homes are in Kanawha came last week Saturday to the Orville Wicks home bringing Mrs. Alice Asbe of Oakland, Calif., with them. Mrs. Asbe and the ladies are close friends of Mrs. Wicks who with Mrs. Asbe was a former resident of Kanawha. J> They were entertained at* dinner at Cook's Cafe. New Potatoes 151b.peck79c •$4.98 CALIFORNIA GRAPEFRUIT FANCYNEWSWEETPOTATOES 2 Ibs. 2 Ibs. CAUF. PEACHES Ib. Ib. 21c 23c lOc 16c JACK SPRAT ENRICHED FLOUR 5 Ib. Bag FREE, with , 50 Ib. Bag $2.49 Bran Flakes KRUMBLES 2 ft* 25c ALLBRAN...... 16oz.2lc Woz. I3c RAISIN BRAN .: — I3c 40% BRAN FLAKES:. || C PEP ..:... ;..-...... joc CORN FLAKES, Giant |5 C H oz |Qc RICE KRISPIES ......^. 2 for 25c 46 oz. can Jack Sprat ' Grapefruit J|uicei: !.;..„ Jack Sprat 46 oz. can Orange Juice ........ ,..„... ....!,..53c Jack Sprat #j Ib. pkg. Orange Pekoe Tea.....,..,..,..,.49o Jack Sprat No, Z can Asparagus ,. v —— ..... ,........,.,.35c Jack< Sprat iGlow Starch.,,...... ....,..,..... r .,,,.9c Jack Sprat No. 2 can Sliced Beet*.,,,,,,,,.,,,, 2 cans 25c Favorite 14 o*. Mayflower '' • •/ "''* * Toilet Tissue..............4 rolls (9c • Richelieu Horse Radish 8 oz, jar Flavor Sauce .:.. ,...23c Armour's Star 3V4 oz. can Potted Meat—. 2 cans I5c Imitation 14 Ib. Black Pepper....,—, |5c Spanish 6 oz. tall jar Stuffed Olives.„,..„ .„. 43 G Creamy .Whip 1 Ib. jar Peanut Biitter,,,: T ,.,,,.,..-,..,.,,29c 1 Ib. 9 oz, jar Olive 3utter, T , 5 . T , r ..^,.,. rT .,_ 55c Mfi. parents Mr, Victor, Iowa. fnii'ii fliiitei her attd Mf3; Qahay at BPWN6FRY CHICKENS .._.. and Mri. fc Fl; 'fc<«i6 and family plan to spend the Week end at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. It, §.; ttafell of Burt were Sunday guests 6f Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Patterson. Mrs. LaVon Llndhorst, Mrs. W. P. French and Betty Merritt spent the week end in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Norton returned the first of the week after a six weeks vacation at Clear Lake. Cpl. and Mrs. Mcrrlt Neal, Liv ermore, were at the home of Mr and Mrs. S. C. Noland Monday af ternoon. Mrs. Bernice Reynolds vlsite her mother Mrs. Margaret Kin sella and sister Marie at Masoi City last week. Mrs. Ho Dugger and childrei Shirley and Weston of Fort Dodg are spending a few days, at ,th John Mitchell home. Mrs. J. O. Paxson is leaving fo Mason City the last of the wee! and will visit her daughter Mr; Fred Schaffer a few days. Joyce Aman of Cherokee is ex pected the latter part of the wee for a few weeks visit at the horn of her sister Mrs. G. H. Powers. Marilyn Fink of Ringsted is guest of Phyllis Richardson thi .week. Phyllis is the daughter o Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richardson. Mrs. Emmert Dean of For Dodge is visiting at the home o her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mar Moore. She will be here until Sun day. Lt. and Mrs. Roland Lavren and children of Burt and Mr. an Mrs. Fred Lavrenz also of Bur were Sunday guests at the Wm Otto home. Mrs. Clara Sankey spent a fev days last week with .her daughte Doris at Myrtle, Minn. Doris i depot agent at the Illinois Centra depot in Myrtle. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ross ar visiting relatives in Callendar fo a week or two. They make thei home here with their daughte Mrs. Doris Satory. Duane Reynolds, son of Mrs Bernice Reynolds, has enlisted in the navy and is awaiting his cal' He was graduated this spring from the St. Cecelia academy. Darold Richardson of Fort Dodg was a guest at the Paul and Everett Richardson homes last week His parents drove up Sunday and took him home with them. . Marcella Bartlett, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bartlett Titonka is visiting her cousin Mrs Raymond Reid and family. Sh arrived Tuesday and will remain several days. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth .and children visited the letter's sister Katherine Haag at Mankato Sunday and also Mr. and Mrs. John Gappa. at Lake Crystal, Minn.,Mrs Gappa is a sister of Mrs. Roth. Mrs. Henry Philips and ...her mother Mrs. Sarah Wise of Sexton left recently for southerri*Okla- homa where they will visit Sic McSwain a couple of weeks;,Mr McSwain is a. brother of ;Mrs Wise. v.j Robert and Ronnie Gill of O'm'a- i are visiting at the home ,of f aiint and uncle'Mr. and 'Mrs. f. Rice,:' Phyllis Fraser 'went tirrtgei them and they will be here until ;heir mother has recovered from an illness. -' :• Mrs. V. K. Van Slyke and daughters Roxanne and Carla of Chicago and Mrs. Earl Gates of Ames were guests at the L. W. Houze home last week. Mrs. Van Slyke and Mrs, Rbuze are daugh- ers of Mrs. Gates. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roth visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haag in Whitemore last Wednesday and became acquainted with -the 'Mew son, Gerald, born recently to Mr. and Mrs. .Haag. Mr. Haag is a brother of Mrs. Roth. Mrs. Dennis Pratt returned Tuesday from West Union where she yisited her parents and other relatives. Her brother and faihily Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Traeger, who live in West Union, brought her home and spent the day here. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Raney of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Raney -and family of West Union visited at the home of their mother Mrs. Cora Raney last week. Sunday eighteen relatives gathered for a picnic at the Call state park. The Misses Helen Fraser, Irene. Fraser and Linda Benschoter of Whittemore are enjoying a ten day* outing at Camp Morrison, Clear Lake. This camp is under the direction of the Episcopalian church and has complete supervision even to nurses. Cpl. Daryl Sandberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Sandberg, is home on a two weeks furlough. He is a radio operator in the air corps arid' is stationed at LaMoor Field near Fresno, Calif. His grandparents Mr. and Mrs, M, Sandberg of Lak Mills are here to visit with him Mrs. Raymond Reid had a ven painful accident Wednesday morning when she fell on a bal her little daughter .Adris Jpne hat been playing with, and which laic unnoticed on the floor, Mrs, Reid' right elbow was dislocated and thi ligaments torn. X-rays showed no broken bones but she will be unable to use he? arm for about three Mrs. tt. B. White And M*s. P. Twogood spent last week at the W. D. Andrews cottage at Lake Violet ilellcr of the navy tttirs- ing corps who has been in Service about a year -has been promoted to junior grade lieutenant. The past six months she has been located at Bathesda, National Medical Center at Washington, D. C. J. L. Ditsworth, who had a severe heart attack three weeks ago, is improving and will be leaving the hospital in a few days. His son, Lt. Richard Ditsworth, who visited in Algona several weeks ago, is stationed now at Walla Walla, Wash. Rex Taylor, army air corps cadet, arrived Saturday to spend 15 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Taylor, before entering a B-29 flight engineer training school. Taylor has been stationed at Midland, Tex., for four weeks building up co-pilot time. Mrs. Marie Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gale Stockwell, and her son Lorn left Monday night for a visit with Mrs. Nelson's husband, Cpl. Henry Nelson. Corporal Nelson is stationed at Little Rock, Ark., and has been in the armed forces since Feb. 16, 1945. Jeanne Guderian will go to Cobb, Wis., Monday to visit her cousin Carl Guderian. Carl's father Otto Guderian, is a brother of Rudy Guderian. Jeanne will be gone about a week. She is having her vacation from the Security State Bank, and is spending this week at Clear Lake. H. H. Decker, of Des Moines, now vacationing at Clear Lake, spent Thursday at the home of Mrs. J. R. Hutchison visiting his daughter-in-law, Ruth Decker. Mrs. Decker has been visiting her mother and other relatives since July 1. She left Sunday morning from Des Moines for her home in Long Beach, Calif. Mrs. M. J. Pool is expected home this week end from Denver, Colo., where she spent a week with her daughter, Barbara and other relatives. Barbara has been an educational councilor at the Fitzsimmons General Hospital since February. Her work is to help convalescing military personnel with plans for further education which was interrupted by the war. THURS., FRI., SAT. July 19-20-21 Buster Crabbe in "SHADOW OF DEAtH" Co-Hit Edward Arnold in "MAINSTREET AFTER DARK" Serial "Mystery of the River Boat" SUN., MON., TUBS., WED. July 22,-33-24t25 ...„.,. Joel McRea ' .•'••'.,'. ' , ' in : "THE MORE THE MERRIER" Co-Hit Basil Rathbqne hi "HOUSE OF FEAR" Added "TARGET TOKYO" Mf. ami Mrs. Cletils Reding and two children, Terry • 6nd Jolene, returned to St. Paul Friday after a few days In Whittemdfe arid Algona with relatives arid friends. Cletus. who was at; one time employed in the Iowa State Bank, left Tuesday for Camp Adair, Ore. He had been stationed at Camp Max§y, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Lighter, Ocheydan, have been Visiting Mrs. Lighter's mother, Mrs Anna Gill, and sister, Mattie McWhorter, for the past week. Mr. Lighter was publisher of the Ocheydan Arrow, which ffhris Reese, former news editor of the Algona Upper Des Moines, bought this summer. The Lighters are going south for the winter for Mr. Lighter's health. Edna Youngwirth and Mary Frances Carney are spending this week at Lake Okob'ojl. Margaret Rooney of Whittemore also accompanied the girls. Edna is employed at the Algona Cooperative Creamery and Mary Frances at the Algona Upper Des Moines. Mut- of garet ha|-.fe^f •jsa^M^hfr at Irerie's Beauty Shop and in Whlttefiibre. Mafy Kl Farreil and dolletta filbert Whittemore spent the week : end with them, For the first time M six ?£af a, all the children of Mr, and Mrs. S. C. Noland were home together^ Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle NO- land and their two daughters, Betty and Joan, arrived from Omaha, Nebr., Friday night. Mrs. Emil Woodford and her three sons from Los Angeles, Calif., have been at the Noland home for the last week. Mr. and Mrs, Rex Noland and their daughter came from Bancroft, and Wayne Noland arrived from Omaha. Mrs. Harry Edwards and two sons, Tommy and Billie, left Friday for Des Moines after a Visit with Harry's mother, Mrs. Jessie Edwards. They had been visiting a brother at Swea City, also Harry's brother Leo Edwards, at Clear Lake. Tom is home on a furlough. Mrs. Jessie Edwards had recently saSasS she was 'ffi«$r,i»Kii: : ; lotfMpOTI sutdJntli ffdfeia§lftt'•"-"-Situ ; , - Mfttfti' Comfdrt that ui • Houitflrttt with in INSULATION JOi . PhontuiJodiy ; CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 2?6 ! ALGOJrA, IOWA These days, when every purchase must prove Its economy by its quaUty, the better values are personified by the old familiar Names on the things you buy. You don9 ' na ™ *° Bonder uboutL\Q$L$ R AJIjD AI NS. ^ Spilles Hardwai THE NORTBSIDE HARDWARE Buy War Bonds and Stamps • Buy War Bonds and Stamps . Buy War Bonds and;Stamps ; . Buy War Bonds and Stamps Mrs, Ed Robinson Of Mason visited her brothers Lynn 9IM Will Taylor anc} her '.niece Bayinon4 Reid on Tuesday. of the dsy'Wfts spent with her s ter Mj-g. 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