The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 26, 1945
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• /"V ••?^Avr'-'^^ 1 i!K'-4v^i;V^^ . .V ' •-••' ''>' ; ,:V^7-*; ; i'-:-;-'i•;•'<•';i -- "" •,'-.-••-':"•-' '''''" V ' '• ' ' ' •' . • t.'" -'. •.' ' • ' ,' ' ; • MEEK . fhe W.'S C, §. of the Methodlst''church .will hold its ^eetittg Wednesday aftertioott Circle i will hjve rpiehie at the home of Mr|. Ray StdHS. Roll eat will be "A Methodist School in Foreign Field." The deletions . be In charge of MM, Gerald Brace, and the lesson^wlll be given by MM, Warren Hunt Circle^ 2 will meet at the home of Mrs; Afchie Sanford With Mrs. William Lar- wmer as assistant hostess. The lesson and the devotions; will be given by Mrs. John Voss, Jr. Circle 3 will meet at the home of Mr. •CO. McClellah with Mrs, ., Guy •'Giddings as hostess, The devo , tions will be in charge Of Mrs. Peter Sorenson, and lesson Hem* Comfort thit Laiti • Hautttim* with fcft EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phdnt ul «od*y CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 276 AXGOJTA, IOWA By MrS. Wilson •• •• Miscellaneous A miscellaneous shower hotter-* ing Mfg. Lawtenee Marty was held Thursday afternoon at the home df Mfs, Walter Hefti. Mrs* Paul Beckmah was assistant hostess. The entertainment for the afternoon was in charge of Miss Esther Merkie. Mr, Marty is in the army and is stationed at Camp Riiey, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Cody spent a few days in Omaha', Nebr., the first part of-.the week, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Emery of Des Moines, /spent .the Weekend here visiting relatives and friends. Miss 'Delos James of Des MOines, gave a talk Sunday to the Sunday school teachers of the Methodist church. Miss Velva Schipull of Algona, ipent the weekend at the home of ler parents Mr. and Mrs. 'William Schipull. , Elizabeth Larining, of Humbqldt, spent' the weekend visiting at the tome of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Merkle. ' Miss Phyllis Lichty, of -Mason ;ity. visited over the weekend at he home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lichty. Miss HeleniChristerisen, a cadet nurse from Des Molnes, recently visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. farry. Christensen. Miss Arlene Boysen, of LaMars, 'visited friends here last weekend. •Miss Boysen is a' former teacher in the local grade -school. Mr. and Mrs. Art , Hanselman and daughter Phyllis of Garner, visited the Charles Hanselmans, parents of Mr. Hanselman. Mechanics Clearance WJiittemore Luther Alt Ladies Aid President Appoint* Committees Whittemore: Persons appointed by thfe president of the Lutheran Ladies Aid Society for committees are: membership committee Mrs. George Wlchtendahl, Mrs. J J. Bosendahl. artd Mrs. Wilbur Roeber; visiting committee, Mrs. Gerhard Wehrspan, Mrs. Henry Kuecker, Mrs. Charles C. Baas and MTS. William Meyer, Jr.; work committee, Mrs. Erwin Strueeker, Mrs. Edwin Grelnert and Mrs. Fred Biersteff; flower committee, Mrs. Hugo Meyer and Mrs, Arthur Heldenwith; enitertainement com-' mittee, Mrs. W. G. Brase and Mrs. H. W.> Behnke. Hostesses at the regular meeting, which was held July 19, in the auditorium of the Lutheran school Were Mrs. Willlam Meyer, Sr., Mrs. William Meyer, Jr., Mrs. Lawrence Meyer arid Mrs. Leonard iMeyer. Mrs. Edmond O'Brien and daughter are visiting at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hurley at Elkader. Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Stauffer, Mapleton, Minn., visited at the Louis Brnaitz home Monday evening. They came to get Mrs, Rosa Zabel and Mrs. Martha Braatz, Milwaukee, Wis., aunts of Mrs. Stauffer, who will visit in Minnesota with other relatives for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bierstec entertained at their home Wednesday evening in honor of their son Richard, who came home from San Diego, Calif., by plane a week ago Friday and returned last Friday Those present were Mr. and Mrs Louis Hackbarth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hackbarth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond The Algotia Uppfef :-:• ; • '•.'•' '':- s "':''-'*':?" v '' : ''v-''' : l' l 3K^nivvft?i?fefi*»SB, • •.'••: ; -.._> '••'."• ;'" ; -:'-^ : - 'ft*i'^"^j:i*«'SliPfffaS ' .. • • :•'• ' - .•••••'••. -•,'•.:- •?•*•'..• !.~S,3.VIK&!dtX!£M July 2«, 1948 Laabs, M*. and Mrs. Frinfc Sehu- Jnachef, Mr.-and Mrs, Afldrew Funk and family and Mri &«d Mrs. Fred Biersted. , Portland Progre*« Club With Mr*. Lar*ett Portland: The Portland Progress Club met July 19 with Mrsv.Mar- tin Larsen. A talk oh child welfare and parent education was Siven by Mrs. Harvey Thompson, Burt. An article on flag etiquette was read by Mrs. Howard Sparks. The special number was a solo by Barbara Thompson, a student of a Dubuque University. The surprise number was in charge of ?atty Ringsdorf and Marie Young. Prizes went to Mrs. Ann Drone md Barbara Thompson and assist- ng hostesses were Mrs. Donald Hingsdorf, Mrs. Victor Fitch and Mrs. Bernard Phelps, Mrs. Thees Schnakenberg spent ast ,we,ek at the parental Martin Becker home. Sgt. George E. Becker arrived a week ago Monday from England and is now at Long Beach,'Calif., for a visit with his. wife. George )lans to return here before report- ng to a Rockford, 111., camp Aug. 7. He hopes to see his brother Sgt. Frank H. Becker who is expected home soon from England. Arch Burner were Sunday' dlnne and supper guests at the home c Mr. and Mrs. Roy Diebler ah family near LuVerhe. In the ev ening they all visited at the horn of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wise an< family near Renwlck. Mrs. Pearl Beukema entertainec her daughters family, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Azarski and little daughter of Kanawha; Mr. ahd Mrs. Fen Kraul and family, near Titonka, and her son George,' who has received a medical discharge from the service, at Sunday dinner. Working For The Best Interest Of The Titonka Agricultural , Community The Farmers Elevator Grain -, Coal - Feed - Tile - Seeds F. E. Hagcn, Mgr. TITONKA, IOWA The Farmers Elevator has a splendid record for serving the agricultural interest of this territory, and is,one of the institutions the community is proud of. It has always been the policy of .this company to pay the farmers the highest dollar for grain. They sell feeds* seeds and coal at the lowest prices consistent with high quality. Their feeds are always fresh. The obsolete idea of having anything ground up for feed has been replaced by the modern idea of securing scientifically balanced ration both for animal and fowl. The new idea is putting money in the pockets of the producer. This concern's poultry and stock feed is of high quality. Producers have learned from actual experi- Good desirable merchandise on sale at reduced prices. Small lots and broken size ranges. ANKLETS Sizes 8 lo Id!/? Fine cotton anklets, assorted colors. ' 'Second quality only. Anklets at 39c, odd colors, only I5c 20c SKIRTS JACKETS Dresses Some all wooL mostly size 24. waist. All wooL red with white piq- ing. SUes 12 to , I*. on rack Values from 7,95 to 10.95. $1.98 $5 $446 COATS - SUITS All Spring Coats, Suits, regularly'sold from 18,95 to 39.50. reduced to , < • $10 $15 $20 Slightly worn- BLOUSES j|wflllfrs: 'g if*"'- •\^^^'i.^^^flf*f^R _^B|ff ^; iF^Hp^j*-; • ho '$l.98 weigh* ence that the best results can be obtained through the use of better brands of feeds and seeds such as this concern is offering. There is nothing that adds more greatly to the progress and prosperity of the community thgn progressive business men who appreciate the necessity of keeping, up .with .the times ''in the manner pf operating their" business. The manager of this firm -is always courteous, and seeks to render the best of service to all their customers and help them in every possible way, such as answering questions and Mrs. Mary Morris, Chicago, arrived. Monday morning to spend the summer months visiting at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mimbach left Monday morning dn vacation from Mr. Mimbach's duties as manager of the local lumber yard. Stanley Moore, Waterloo, is taking care of the lumber yard in Mr. Mimbach's absence. Mrs. Drusie Noble and Mrs. Geerdes Implement Co. Phone 84 Swea City, Iowa, Massey-Harrls Line of Farm Machinery. Nutrena and Archer Feeds and Fertilizers. Twine. When you need agricultural implements, it will pay to .see this firm. The Geerdes Implement Co. selected the Massey-Harris Line because they feel it enables them to offer their customers the most complete section of farm equipment and more for their money. Mr. Geerdes is well posted on Earm machinery and invites you to drop in and get acquainted.- In order' to adequately serve the community, the implement dealer of today must be thorough- y familiar with the mechanism of :he various types of implements n use in his locality. The Geerdes Implement Co. 'fulfills this re- Private Cooper Home. ' Pvt. Donald Cooper arrived home Saturday morning to spend a 14-day furlough with his wife ahd family. He is with an infantry unit and has been taking his basic training at a camp in Arkansas. He entered the service six months ago >and his wife and children Gary and Nancy spent some time visiting him at Little Rock. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Cooper, live on a farm west of town. The Coopers have one other son, Hollis, with an infantry unit in -the South Pacific. Donald expects to 'be sent to the South Pacific when he returns to duty, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt and family were Sunday callers at the John Mullins home, Corwith. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hendrickson of 'West Bend, visited at the home of Mrs. Helen Rasmusson Friday afternoon. Harold Peterson, manager of the Farmers Co-op. Elevator, has resigned from his position and will leave as soon as someone else can be found to replace him. Mrs. Ralph Richards gave a group of readings at the ice cream social held on the Lutheraft church lawn in Bode Sunday evening. Mr. Richards and also Mr. Warrior attended from here. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Holt and daughter Sandra, of Spencer, came Saturday and visited at the parental Peter Holt and Jessie Van Buskirk homes. Mrs. Holt remained for a few days' visit at the Van Buskirk home. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Alme and daughter Shirley were Sunday guests at the J. M. Blanchard home at Lone Rock. They spen- a few days last week visiting at the homes of Mrs. Alme's brothers, the Gtfdon Blanchards, of Vora Springs, and the Donald Blanchards, of Plymouth. Mrs. Donald Wehrspann was surprised" Friday afternoon when a group of relatives and friends arrived to help her celebrate her >irthday. The afternoon was spent visiting. Those present were Mrs. 3ernard Jacobs and family, Mrs. Merle Holt and children, Mrs, Loran Daniels, Mrs. , Rayffiond Wehrspann and family, Mrs. Will Wehrspann and Mrs. Otto wehf* spartn. Mr. and Mrs! Roy J'aeobSon en* tertamed Sunday in honor of Mrs. Jacobson's nephew, Sgt. Harrison Moench, of Pomeroy. Sergeant Moepch is spending a 34-day furlough at the home of his parents near Pomeroy and will leave Aug. .--- v . 19 monffil ifl .fifti—- before his fuflotr^i. Othferf*«JL,,.. tending the di'nhW : W5*l'?Mf;VM»$$ ! Mfs. .Will MoeHcH a«d': i Edha, of Pomefoyj Mrs. Malm* Palmer; Mfs. fcldflei Ian, Fort Bodge; and Mr. attd Floyd O'Brien, Fort Etodgej came, Sunday afternooh afed mained for the evening. It Costs Nothing to find out why over 1,400 car owners have placed their car insurance through this office. • Stop in above the S. & L. Dept. Store or call 103 and let us explain this better way to insure your car. L. S. BOHANNON THANK YOU! More poultry raisers fed Pink of Perfection chick starter this year than any year in the history of our business. More poultry raisers are still feeding Pink of Perfection growing mash than in any other year. We are grateful for the business we have enjoyed and trust we have pleased you, IF YOUE PULLETS ARE NOW FOUE MONTHS OLD IT IS TIME TO FEED THEM A THIGH PROTEIN FEED WITH YOUR HOME GRAINS. FOR 'THE LONG JOB AHEAD WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU NOW START FEEDING PINK pF PERFECTION 32% CONCENTRATE. AVAILABLE IN PRINT BAGS Lanesboro Produce & Hatchery Company | t! Burt, Iowa Al Hinkley, Mgr. WJ$ ,#S3 giving advice and information on all subjects allied to their business. We wish to compliment the firm and management upon the service rendered. i IftTillt^kiYli ' M&K-S;. ; %'A%&!As§ft£stS^lii^Wy i 'MIS'*»; ; i''^£':A.^ .*:j5Si?>;fe quirement and carries a stock o genuine replacement parts. Their complete line fills the im plement requirements of this re gion from A "to Z. Progressivi farmers select their equipmen here. It is ' to your advantage to do so. ,.,. .,.:......;;.. .,; • "...,.-..-. .;"; • Mr. Geerdes will be glad to haVc you come in to inspect the lates developments in agricultural implements at any time. You are always welcome at his place of business. Now is the time to 1 place your order for all your needs. You Can Whip TItonka Cream— But You Can't Beat Titonka Butter. Titonka Cooperative Creamery Co. Titonka, Iowa One need not wonder at the prosperous condition of the com- muntiy when they take Into consideration the. advantage our farmers have over many other sections, for instance take markets close at hand that are maintained along policies that are commendable and deserve praise. Chief among our home markets is the Titonka Cooperative Creamery Co. which over a period of years of service has proven they are .the logical market for dairy products. Always most fair in their, dealings they are ever striving to give the top price for cream. They'have always tried to cooperate with the farmers, helping them to secure better prices and ' giving them valuable information that enables them to get a better grade and more from'their herds. The Titonka Co-operative Creamery Co. has proven very beneficial to the community here, serving a two fold purpose by giving us a ready market and their butter and food products that are shipped to distant places where they are making our section known far and wide for the produce of a superior brand. It is such a pleasure for us to recommend such-a popular and aggressive place as' the Titonka Cooperative Creamery Co, Remember this place as your market for dairy products. tfiil Always In the Market and a Good '---'- ^ the Cooperative Co, IOWA Feeds, Seeds, Coal _ the Tftrmers 1 Cooperative Elevatpr Company ,ya\^ can 'always depejid wppn the best marliet price for grajjjj, j«st weights end excellent treatment, By adhering tp these basic pringipjeg, they have greatly increased their business. This eonpern ha? assisted and has helped to JRiprPV* tfi* ponditions |ias helpi^ fp roaHe Iryihgton $ -"-"-'-*•• plgee JR whfeh. te 'trsde. iuccfss ^pr any one thing, " oi the $9.29 3 13-lb. Box Dark Red Bing )lb.29c A PEACHES 2^-29" California Elberfa CRATE $2.19 SALERNO VINE RIPfNED—ALL SIZES ;T" SALTINES 16 jl-lb, Pkg. StWKIST—ALL SIZES LEMONS TENDEB, SMALL .j^» GREEN ONIONS,^ Bond) Home Grown WAX BEANS i Ib. 14c 5c 18c NEW CABBAGE HOME i GROWN Lb. YELLOW HANDLE BROOMS Each APRICOTS $1.98 Crate APPLE BUTTER ZIgler's 22 -. 28-ox. C Jar JENNY LEE Macaroni Spagheftl LOW PRICES EVERYDAY OBEST BRAND ' • . NECTAR .......... ££. Sc SWEET GIRL—OBEAM STTLE—20 Point! CORN %M3c WHOLE KERNEL CORN—ZO Folnta BUTTER KERNEL ... '££• 13c SWEET OIKL—a Cans 10 Points GREEN BEANS .... „«• ^ 15c 20 Point! f\ GRAPEFRUIT JUICE v* «S2T 29c OLE-N-SHABP—8 Point* ...jiMi CHEESE ,1^ PLAIN OB PIMtBNTO PABST-ETT „„..,,.; BULK—CTDER Li, VINEGAR .......... wrisoN's B-V EXTRACT NATIONAL RYE BREAD HALVES AND PIECES WALNUT MEATS, SPAirosH SALTED PEANUTS NATIONAL—l»A EVAP, MILK OBANUL4TKD 46c Oal . 34c NATIONAL'S MEATS I CHICKENS I I I CHEESE......, .5* »5c | FRESH .' •• • (.• '•• ' . ' V I COTTAGE CHEESE ,... ,*' „ |5c •! I WIENERS ll » A» GRADE ROASTERS PICKLED PIGS FEET AMEBIOAK CHEESE FBESH ' .' COTTAGE CHEESE m m OUR BREAKFAST LUNCHEON MIEAT COARSE GROUND . RINQ IOL06NA pr OABTONS LARD | Cold Meats SWEET quo, BLAQKTiA ..•NAJSH'B' OB ••.'''" • * : HILL!f COFFEE,,,,. ygm >f ASON JABfi KIUCTBS «>,„;.,3 - 4 »

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