The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 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 26, 1945
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|dwaj jfiily 26)1945 *» ' Mdndaj*' on business. Mr, and Ml- & ft. t. •enjoying atv.riutlhg at Okbbojl. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Decn and family spent SUnday at OK6boji Marilyn Miller left this week 'visit her auht Mrs,-Perry'Laki -at Ruthven. : . Mrs, E. JL. 0e2eiiaf Is enjoying' a visit from her Bother .Mrs. J. P. : Greeley of St. Paul. : Mr. ahfl 'Mrs.- John J6rdon and son; are visiting the farmer's pa* ' rente at George ! tMS \v6ek, -!• Miss Minnie Coat* returned ; Tuesday from a Vacation spent at Hudson, Mich., with relatives. Margery Christiansen visited at i the home of her friend Doris Mad- vden in Madison, Wis., last week. Barbara Anernathy of Postvllle . arrived Tuesday evening for a visit with her cousin-Don Bush. Mrs, .Jim .Finley and Mr. and ;'Mrs. Harry'Sabin 'of CrISBco town• ship 1 visited;. friends: ifl :; «Humboldl Tuesday. Mr.- and Mrs. <3nrte IWallukalt and,niece Sharon Brown,' of Hutn- ,'boldt; were: JSrnihetsburg visitors •Siinday. :-..',' s' . ..- " ':• \ •iHomer Anderson and son Rleh- 1 ara/.^ertt.jto. Parker, Si-0,, Monday."'/They, are expected home "Wednesday.'- , : : Mr.xiaiia mrs. E. 0. HuIIerman of Perry'have been visiting at the •home -of. Sheir daughter" Mrs. Chas. i A. .Berrlnger. A ; -Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladcndorff i and the former's parents Mr. and , Mrs, '-W,'- -A;! :La*derorff,.'' ispent Stinday at Okobpjl. t Hourke f enjdyed a WeelfS outing at Clear take. tf», fieibfefi Anfiker and ter*Maf&a of West Bend have beert vlsitifig at the Ernest AftUkef MJhe the past week. - .;-, f >. LaVonne JPriigh of Humboldt came Sunday for a weeks -Visit with Lahore t£agg, daughter •. of Mf. ahd Mrs. Ed Hagg. ' Mrs, W. G. Curtis arid children Calvin and Kathleen are plariiiihg to spend the week end .with 'Mrs. Ida ThoTson at Storm 'Lake. Mf. and Mrs. Henry Amah and Mrs, Ed Steussy -of Daytoft, Ohio, Visited Mrs Aman's brother A. M. Lemkee at Irvington, Sunday. TOre. Eniina Beard Is leaving the first Of next week for a visit with her sister Mrs. Chas. Cook at Walnut, Kansas. She will be gone two or three weeks. . Phyllis Asa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Asa, is vacationing here with her parents. She has been In Wisconsin and is a student at the Northwestern Bible-school, 1 J. Jf. Sherman, left yesterday for Lbs Angeles, Calif., where he will visit several weeks with his four sifters, Margaret, Nan, Clara and May. All lived near Algona years ago. : •...'-.Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bormann and three children Howard, and ten. year .old twins Madonna May ahd Donald'Ray,'of St. Joe, spent Sunday- at the Peter BOrmann home. ' ' . A. M. Curran Is •spending a few weeks with his daughter -Mrs. Claude Whitehlll at Burt While the latter's daughter Mrs. Harold AngUs is visiting- in ^San Diego, Calif, •-.'.., •Mrs. Julia fienson U visltlne her tohte*' Mrs. Wayne Bfadffeld at St. Charles, Minn s She has, .bees I&He two Weeks aild is not expected home'for at least ahothi week. • .. ': Mrs. John Wood of Des Moines is. .visiting her sister Mrs. llda El- llbtt and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Patterson, Mrs. Wood Is tHe former Idela Pattersori and a twin of llda, Rev, Ferguson o'f Cedar Rapids whose burial services were held Tuesday Is the father of Dr. K. R. Ferguson whose wife is the former Isabel Johnson, a daughter of Mrs. Matilda Johnson and sister of Mrs. W. J. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crilly have received word from their son, Rex Volyles, that he has been advanced from a seaman, first Class, to a petty officer, third class. Rex is with the Seaibees stationed on Tinian Island in the Marianas Islands. He Is with a construction battalion which hfclped build the air base on this island and it. is the largest air base in the world. Rex has been in'the Seabees 23 months £nd has been overseas a year and a half. George Kuhn last week enjoyed a visit from his daughter, Mrs. Boland, of St. Paul, Minn., who returned to her home last Friday. Mrs. Boland before her marriage was Miss Stella Kuhn, an attractive girl, who attended the Algona High School. After her marriage to Mr. Boland the couple settled in St. Paul where Mr. Boland is a steam fitter. They have three sons, Donald, Russ and Bobbie. One of the sons who has been in .service in New Guinea, is at present enjoying a furlough from army duty. Mrs. J66 Bradley ahd chlldrc spent the week end ffi HUttibpld With her mother Mj». : WBi, -Von defhaar. "• ; •„;.•'•'.v ":'-;,-j '-.. Mr. and Mrs. Ale* Iteriinand ar enjoying a visit ffbfii Mr; afid Mr fete Madoufis and Soft tfofittnie o Mason City. .< Mrs. Martin Swaiisoil ahd he mother Mrs. Marie Ahderson, e Omaha, are visiting friends an relatives here. Mrs. L. V. Engrstrom and daugh ter Donna Jean spent the weeken at Spirit Lake with the former 1 sister Mrs. Gerald Yarnes; Bobbie and Sandra Slnionsen o Graettinger, children of Mr. an- Mrs. Robert Simonsen, are vlsltin their aunt Mrs. Bert Deal. Mrs. R. S. Blossom left toda (Thursday) to spend the Week em with her sisters Grace and Mar garet Eait in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. I. W. Nelson of Lone Rock who underwent an operation re cently, is convalescing at the honn of her mother Mrs. Cora Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. F, R, Danlelson of Minneapolis left for their honn Tuesday after a visit with the lat ter's parents Mr. ahd Mrs. John Briggs. Mrs. J. • F. Schoby spent from last Monday until Wednesday vis iting at the home of her daughte: and family, the Glen Jenkinson; of Union township. . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Christiansen Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Christian sen and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Soren son of Storm Lake spent Sundaj here with Mr. and Mrs. . Geo Hobbs. Ann Rockey of Mason City expected Sunday for a visit wi Joanne Falk, daughter of Mr. anc CMft ervisors sue/ Our sale wa« to end Saturday night but we find there are some items in the bottom of our barrel that need cleaning out and with your help we hope to reach bottom by July 31st. i $4.97 BOY COATS, reg. $11.95 „. (5) BOY'S MACK1- NAWS, reg. $12.95:... (2) MEN'S CORD QA COATS, reg. $18.50,.. 03. (3) MEN'S SHEEPSKIN COATS, reg. $13.95.... (1) LEATHER JACKET size 42, reg. $17.50.,. (3) BOYS' SWEATERS Reg. $3.89... (4) Men's Sleeveless SLIPOVER SWEATERS Reg. !jil.29.............. (9) NECKTH5S Reg. 89c ..,.;.„„,.,.. AL L PRICES SLASHED Harness Was $54,50 Now;. ;. fmmsM ^':;^lSiiPi (46) Tintex Dye, reg. lOc (19) Dust Mops, with handle (46) Carmil Napkins, reg. 20c., (8) Bath Mat Sets, reg. $3.89 CO Qfl (48) Screwdrivers, reg. 27c -|7g (30) Shoe Soles, reg. 20c ...... (4) Knealing Pads, reg. 49c (23) Stationery, reg. lOc .. 90% Off On All Chick Remedies GO Mrs. Arthur Falk* The fcdek'ej family lived In Alttonft a few years ago. . Carl Wiuff of Atlantic and teeter Wiuff of Elkhorn left Friday following a weeks visit at the Allen Buchanan home. Cart Wluff Is the father of Mrs. Bufchafian and Peter is her uncle. Mrs. Robert M. Schoby and Mrs. Marlon Waggoner of Mason City plan .to spend the week end in Fort Dodge visiting the 3. E. Robinsons'. Mr. Robinson is Mrs. Schoby's cousin and a brother of Mrs. Waggoner. Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Bunkofskc spent Sunday at the Arden Hovey home. Other guests were Mrs. W. H. Meyer, mother of Mrs. Hovey, whose home is in Swea City, and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Olthoff of Lakota. Edna Faber spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joe Faber at Rodman. She went to Spencer the first of the week to visit Shirley Doty who has enlisted in .the navy and left for Des Moines this mid-week. Mrs. Marion Waggoner and small son, Garry, of Mason City are spending the week at the home of Mrs. Waggoner's aunt, {Mrs. May Hanegan. She will also visit at the 'homes of her two uncles, Len and Will Taylor, of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Armstrong of Liverm'ore visited at the Floyd Erickson home the first of the week. The following day Mr. Armstrong who had come to Algona for this purpose, entered the Kossuth hospital for medical treat- merit. Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Turnbull and daughter Yvonne of Mason City were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ditsworth. Miss Turnbull is on her vacation which she is spending, with her parents She is employed in 'Washington D. C. • Li Durwood Baker of the 7th service corps, spent a couple of days with his mother Mrs. Luella 3aker, while enroute from Chicago to Omaha where he has been rahsferred temporarily. He is a veterinarian and is a food inspec- ',or for the army. Martin Zatloukal who has been n service some time was met in Minneapolis by his parents and irought to Algona to visit at the lome of his sister Mrs. James Ichneider. From here he and his Barents went to their home at Po- ahontas. Martin had a ten day urlough. Week end guests of Mrs. FranV Mngley were Dr. and Mrs. D. Draydale, Dr. and Mrs. Clark, Mr. nd Mrs. Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. if. B. Nugent, all of Des Moines. JLrs. Nugent is the former Zada Dingley. The guests are friends nd associates at the veterans hos- ital in Des Moines of which Mr. luent is superintendent. Ensign R. G. Buchanan, son of >fr. and Mrs. G. S. Buchanan, ailed his parents from San Franisco saying he was- leaving Sat- rday and would arrive Sunday In Pearl Harbor. He has been in the Atlantic and upoH reaching Cuba went to Miaml } Fla ; > thence to Washington, D. C., and on to the west Coast. At- Pearl Harbor he will receive four -weeks of training at a naval gunnery school. T/Sgt. and Mrs. Richard Pedcr- sen left Saturday night for Iron Mountain, Mich., for a visit with her parents before Richard reports to Camp Grant, Rockford, 111., August 1. Richard has been on a 30-day furlough following his return from overseas duty in the ETO. Richard is the youngest son of Mrs. Marie Pedersen. Another son, Kenneth, chief yeoman in the navy, is now stationed on Okinawa Island. A son was born July 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Egel. Mrs. Egel was Dorothy Weller of Watford, Eng,"". and she and .the baby are with her family there. Paul is stationed in Belgium but a recent letter from him states he will soon be leaving for England and after t? r u y 3*2? there w111 lbe sen 't t° the United States. At present no plans th» v, I made . for Mrs " E % el and the baby's coming because of gov- "nment restrictions. However polsibTe Mr ' EgCl as Soon a * i 1 « ' /*. 'w : j " r; V"' /ii^ifili 1 win-Co Beauty Salon NOW IN NEW LOCATION OVER BORCMAftDT'S DRUG Slt^i (Formerly in Kreserisky's) We have added new equipment and are how ready to serve you in our new location, You will enjoy our large, airy shop. ' ' .". / <<''• :'•/... Phone 5 For Appointment* Open Tuesday and Thursday evenings by ap* pbintment. « Operators, Ruby Daniels and Doris Voldifig y ' June McMahon, Manager ;- i Bino Cherries FRESH OR FROZEN FRESH FROZEN APRICOTS NEW POTATOES u . k 7J)c - 15 lb. peck IvV VINE RIPE CANTALOUPE 2]bs |9c SWEET POTATOES- PLUMS Farmlight Batteries Was $129.50 Here's a tip for the thrifty 'soul who likes - to,,J>uy right when he-can. Pick up We merchandise now at prices you may never see ayain. Put it away till you need it. If you're afraid moths may get at it, step over to the house* hold counter, We're offering wonderful bargains on moth repellents. HOME BARGAINS THESE MUST CO <|t) Sickle Grinders yeg 5,29 Pads, reg 89c (2) End Tables, reg. $10.95 CO DO ' . . UUiOO (8) Basket Uners, reg. 49c 27fi (11) Photo Folders, reg. 69c...!j]fg (1) Drain Tub with Stand reg. $21,75.,,...... ^-$(7,95 ( (1) Clothes Drier..,,. .-fif 9 95 (3) Waste Baskets, reg, $i.l9.. / gg c (4) Pictures, reg; $^59,.,.,...,, 990 (i) THURS., FRL, SAT JULY 26-27-28 Santa Rosa Large Size *.. Basket 98c Glass Top Quart uiass Top Quart PI 4% ' ' Fruit Jars, dozen 53C RED JAR RUBBERS Jack Sprat oz. pkgr. Celery Seed . ....... |3 C Jack Sprat .... ... ..... iy 2 6z. pkff. Whole Gloves 9c Jack Sprat'-i." " Dill Seed . .. VJ. S. Mixed Jack Sprat Oange Pekot Tea. Puffed Wheat Vi lb pkff. 49c 4 oz. pkg. Quaker Sparkles |Q C Window Cleaner Tidy House Mayflower White Cream Corn JACK SPRAT 8 oz. No. 2 can I2c Breakfast of Champions Wheaties.. Toilet Tissue .,..,. , v; ,./.., • • N6rthern.!ji::±_!L^.. 4 rolls J. S. Liquid ' Floor Wax —..:........,.......... Mayflower Spinach 8 oz. pkg-. CORN FLAKES, 2 J{ oz, s. Serial "Mystery of River Boat" SUN,, MON., TUBS,, 1 WED. JULY 29-30-31-AUG, X It's a Musical His* Spot? Mayflower Tomatoes ... Cake Flour Swansdown Cut Dill •'!? No. 2 can I4c 44 oz. pkg. 27 oz. Boy. Pears.... 2No.2cans27c Jack Sprat. Cider Vinegar . Pel Cara Seedless Raisins ; Spanish Quart 2 lb. pkjt.; ril" M 1* 5?4 oz. Jai-v Ohves, No. I0;...........:...;.:...29; I Brown D rk Beauty Beans 2 No Mixed Grated Cocoanut 8 oz 39c Quality Hall Yellow Corn.... 2 No. 2 cans 25c Velvet 20 oz, jar W-Ji^mM^^ ~,*?ft. ,'--7^j;-:,; ^.-.y-,.-;J- ;,,jt.-\;/-iv^-,-j ,-.-'-'•• •-^ i .^"'-^ ;V^.^fe. mm& ^:^s; K-'ii^ Chocolate Syrup.,...,..,.....—29 Duffs Gingerbead Carnation Milk,.,,...... 2 Flavor Seal Assorted Drink Heavy i . Wax Paper .:;-^ S AIT PORK PURE LARD §Pjpplt:,ill B** m\- »SgfS:4S¥S5^fflJjii i:l )ia«Ji!Si ^^^limm^v^igK^ai^i^m^ ifttrfiBI

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