The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1945 · Page 4
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i •if aea Sornson and „„ ,; children Marlyne and Bobble and Mrs. Augusta Sornson, all of • Walnut, are visiting at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dau. Mrs. Verl Frascr received a , cablegram from her 'husband who is enroute to the United States from the European wnr area, instructing her to meet him in New York City as he Was doubtful that he would be sent home. She left Tuesday morning by bus. Mrs. Fraser is the former Pauline Cul- fcertson and Verl is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fraser. Rev. and Mrs. Billy VVIllard and little son Billy Joe of Bradford, Penn., are conducting services for two weeks at the Church of the Open Bible. During this period of hot weather here they recall with pleasure that only ten days ago they were throwing snow balls in tet, ,Mf3, wm. j. BUeker, feiirfiu day breaking her c611af bone.' Shi is 81 years of age but Is with* standing the shock very well* Oh Thurjsday she complained of a slight stomach up-set and remain* ed in bed. Mrs. Seeker had thought It best lor her <to stay in •heft, room Ffldft*-<e JbhniSbn decided fo upon Caching the i she became dte*y at daughter Mrs. J; L Wesley spent Friday here upon learning o accident ^ ; .*^;)'^^f^^? ; l';lU^('3S^lU^^^S^K^ enclriV^tis^te;|;"5'f-5V';*' ; 'f ; :'t; ;i '#'i i v»-~tr; > ii>r i^VvS l ViW-ffi'S ; 4w4S(»i?-(t-<'i--.>ScssS- < Yellowstone Park. Mrs. Lciffhton daughter, Mary, Misbach and came Sunday from Des Moines to join Mr. Misbach, the new secretary of the Algona Chahmber of Commerce, : and are now at home in .the Misbach apartment which they occupied before the war. They were brought to Algona by Mrs. Misbach's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Carlson, with whom they had been living while Leighton was a lieu^ •tenant in the army in the ETO. Mrs. Matilda Johnson, who makes.her hmoe with her daugh- Louls Bode Family Honors Son, Bernard, at Picnic— A family picnic was held Sunday at the Louis Bode home north of town with 40 guests present. The occasion was in honor of th son, Bernard, petty officer firs class, who left Monday afte spending a 20-day leave here Out-of-town relatives presen were Mrs. Bode's father, John La muth, and her sister,. Irene La muth, of Fort Dodge, and her sis ter's son, Richard Ryno, also o Fort Dodge, and another sister Mrs. L. C. Puth and three children RADIO TUBES We can now supply you with Tubes or Tubes and Adapters for nearly all types and numbers. Mail Us Your Orders Northern Distributing Company BRITT, IOWA 30-35 SENECA SADDLE CLUB RODEO AND SHOW SUNDAY, JULY 29 I*/. MILES NORTH SENECA 15 Events Prizes for Each 100 Horses Entered DOZEN Work Straws LEFT AT 50c Each Get Yours While It's Hot! at While home from the navy, Bernard married Fae Lashbrook, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lashbrook, Monday, July 16, at St. Cecelia's Rectory. Above is a Picture of the two cutting their wedding cake. Mr. and Mrs. Bode were taken to Fort Dodge Monday where they were to make connections for San Pedro, Calif., door petes, The ed many iovei? gifts A tis»c}6i> luhch was served. Ve¥na will become the wide «entypfeffef, CM of Mr. artd Ma where he will report duty. back for Linda Larson is Four— A family dinner was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs Harvey Larson honoring the birthday of their four year old daughter, Linda. Mrs. Larson was the former Mildred Brandow. Representing her family were her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brandow and her brothers Ellsworth, Harold and Kenneth with their wives and families. The Larson amilies attending were, William of Titonka, and Ed of Burt, Mr and Mrs. Leo Walters, Mr. and rs. Franz Tetter of Burt. Mr. and VTrs. W. L. Clawson also were guests. Linda enjoyed as her young " ue sts Beverley, daughter of Mr. nd Mrs. Ed Larson, and Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mr.s. Kenneth Srandow. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson live in the Doan area. 'erna Eischcn Shower— A miscellaneous shower was iven Sunday, July 22, at the St. school honoring Verna . Pfeffer oh July 3d, at 8 at the St. Benedict church. r, Cpl ; ?, f , effer will report to Camp Grant, 111., on August 16 af ter enjoying a 30-day furlough at '-home following his return from the Ef 6 Townsend Benefit JParty— A benefit "500" party was held at Townsend Hall, -Friday evening, July 20. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs; Frank Creed, Mr. and Mrs v M, Hentges and Mrs. Edith Rich. Mrs. Agnes McBride received ,high> score, and Mrs. A. M. Anderson, low. The lucky chair was occupied by Mrs. Helen Richardson. Travel prize went to Mrs. Mary Heard and door prize to Mrs. Ida Yager. At eleven o'clock the guests were served a lunch. v It was announced that another benefit party would be held on evening, Aug. 3, with Mr. and Mrs. Lou McMurray, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Goeders and J. M Weaver as hosts. V. S. W. Meeting— . *"« U. S. W. held a meeting last Monday at the Legion HalL i ToWrtSfend Cub The regular business me'etiftg! of Algona Towfiserid,01ub No. 1 Was held at Townsend Mall, Tuesday evening, July 24.. They voted to have another membership ccmtest fof the months of July, August and Sep ember. . . , It was announced that the next regular meeting would be held Tuesday evening, August 7. Following the business session 11 enjoyed games. • The council members will have heir meeting on Friday evening, uly 27, at the hall. ' Entertains for Relatives- Mrs. J. W. Haggard entertained n Monday at a luncheon in honor f John Spongberg, her npehew, nd Mrs, Dick Post, a niece, John rrived home last week'from three nd a half years overseas, 27 nonths of which were • spent in talian and German prison camps. , Mrs. .Mehard : PaderMH.; ,Twfeftty* «y Wefs pf eSeritr f he bMde feeeived many loVdy gifts. Host* S; Wv Ray ; SnlttK, Agatha Hahsehj Miss' Betty Mbffow, aftd MrSi Maf le Pedefseh. '•: ,i tf^i^'^tte ' '"'' ' -•'"--'. Chambers Reunion-^ ; ; ''.;, ;•'';-':•'•'',';•' t A family retinibn was held day at .the home bf Mr, and Ed Chambers. Those attending were Jbhn Ghaihbers and daugh*- ef Thelnia 6f Klemme. 1 R, 0. Chambers ahd Clara Recto* 6f Corwlth and Ava Chambers of :ea tie, Wash., arid f lllie Ruhnke if Algona. ,-••', v fenry Pfeffer aiid V«rna Elschen to Wed-- Banjis of marriage were publish' d Sunday, July 22, at St. Cecelia' Jatholic church at Algoha for Henry pfeffer and Verna Elschen. " wedding will take place Monay, July 30, at 9 a. m. at the St. enedlct church. , Honors Mrs. Weldon— Mrs. Howard French and Mrs. Wendell French entertained six- ff oOi. u,«Jii-iJiirui«mi^i»Li T$S§StfaH&l ^SWF TWsfSSrai B83HIPWWRW BPWlBlllBy ^^' v *™™' ^«W»P* /it r. r> rs* n ftnd Two Women Isolated In ' our Best Grain Market In 1945 Hobarton Cooperative f Elevator Co. Raymond Reid, Mgr. Hobarton, Iowa Gram, Coal, Feeds, Twine, Salt Flour and Supplies. Mixing- and Grinding When anyone in this community thinks of grain or feeds they think of the Hobarton Cooperative Elevator Co. of Hobarton. This is one of the most important firms to the farmers of thit, section. They conduct an up-to- date establishment and are prepared to take care of your grain or feed needs in an efficient manner They carry a full line of feeds which contain the greatest combination of organic minerals, vitamins, quality proteins and iodine feeds known to the industry. Feed their feeds and you will not need to feed minerals. They improve herd and flock health and increase livestock and poultry profits. Their elevator is of ample size to take care of unlimited- quantities of grain and they are in the market for your grain at all times and will give.you the best price he market warrants. , An institution of this kind oper- ited under the policies that are ollowed by them is of inestimable /alue to any community and that neir business methods are appre- lated is evidenced by the fact hat they attract trade from the ountry for many miles around. <ve take pleasure in mentioning he Hobarton Cooperative Elevator -o. at Hobarton. Mr. Reid wishes o thank you for your past patronage and hopes you will continue to trade with them in 1945. Butternut COFFEE 2 IN Sunshine Krispy CRACKERS PALMOLIVE, LUX; CAMAY SOAP SWAN SOAP,, JAR RUBBERS JAR COVERS "A Good Bet For a Good Bid" FRANK FOX ™ Wesley, Iowa The High Dollar for Your Hoes He Buys Every Day Mr. Fox is rendering a very important service to the producers or this section of the country. After a farmer has spent a year or more in producing and caring for has livestock, naturally he wishes to secure the greatest return for his labor. This can be accomplishes best by selling to Frank Fox at Wesley. He is well known throughout tins territory, and has been producing very satisfactory returns tor the farmers in this vicinity. •' The greatest net return is what the shipper is really interested in His record speaks for itself, as he has done a great deal to promote livestock production throughout this territory. Sell to Frank Fox and avail yourself of this splendid service that is producing very satisfactory results and bringing livestock raisers more money for their stock. Get in touch with him for market activity or other information. H's policy is "Complete Satisfaction. California Medium Size ORANGES Simkist EXTRA LARGE LEMONS WATERMELONS CANTALOUPE LARGE LETTUCE Working for the Best Interests of the Farmer" Cylinder Co-operative Elevator Co. CYLINDER, IOWA J. J. Brakke, Manager CHAIN - FEED - SEEDS - COAL Farm Supplies Strictly Co-Operative Dividends Paid Since Re-organ- zatipn 1941, $74,326.00. Membership Increased from 80 to 432. Of outstanding importance to he farmers in this section is this business firm. Their prices are always the best that can be obtained in any mraket and they are so close at hand it does not necessi- ate shipping expense. Phone them or market quotations. They have always assisted ma*- erially in the growth of, and prq- essiveness of this community as i trade center and 'have been >artly responsible for the activity n farming in this section. Here he farmers are assured of the lighest prices for grain and there- ore they conduct a business that s of high commercial value -to he public. Dealings with Mr. Braake are purteous and accommodating with ne idea in mind of giving all his ustomers a satisfactory service. He is a man of experience in andling grain and is competent u business judgment. When you eal with him you can rest assur- d of getting full weight and measure at the very best prices le market will warrant. Get in gucfa with the Cylinder (Co., whgn yojji luave FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JULY 27-28 fTHE $<REENI Fun >Fon The Family SUNDAY, MONDAY, JULY 29-30 TURNER PETERS POSTTOASfjs GRAPENUT$| POST BRAN OR GRAPE NUT FLAKES For Canning PEACHES, box - Ciisco or Spry, 3 Ib. jar Quality Meats Regular WIENERS Type , 2 Ib35c CORNED BEEF COTTAGE CHEESE THURSDAY. FRIDAY, SATURDAY, AUGUST 2-3-4 DAILY MATINEE &OQ P. M. CONTINUOUS SHOW SATURDAY FRQM i O'CLOCK OD SUPER BOLOGN-A PORK SAUSAGE SALTPORK SPRING CHICKENS

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