The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1945 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, July 26, 1945
Page:
Page 7
Start Free Trial
Cancel

p--^ ; W^i;#&^ ••'' •' "''- < ''" : '''-'''"- w'wim; FOR MINISTER ATSWEpt i Swea City: A farewell honoring ReV. and Mrs* S. A. Ah* cterseh and son ache will be* held at the Baptist Guild 'hall Tuesday evening. Bevereenl Andersen t has accepted a call to the pastorate of the Baptist church in. Mt, Pleasant fitter a fptir-yeat incumbency here. ' • - : '.- . •: •• " • • • A program under the direction of the Ladles' Guild will be presented and there Will be refresh* ments following a social hour. Mr. and Mrs. F fed Butterfield and children of Dolliver, were vis* itors at the parental George But- terfleld, Sr., home Sunday, -, 'Esther/ Charlotte Smith left Wednesday for Chicago where she will spend 10 days taking special work in voice at the American Conservatory of Music and doing research Work in historyTat New- befry library. , Cpl. Ray Wardrip, who was employed by the Swea City hatchery while in civilian life, has re~ u- 'a frTSnV England; acgatdlnOd: ft te* fie'Mftgm 1ft in Esther-vllle {Japr. •Ray and his -wife, the iofmer If e«(6 McVidker, whd Was Seefe- ta*y aMhe hatchery before be* coming & partner in aft Odebttlt implement firm last year, have been Visiting relatives ^Superior. Mrs. Sadie Junkins left Wednesday for fiyranti S. £>., after a 10-day visit with her sister, Mrs. Walter G. Smith. Mrs. Junkins had spent -the past month visiting relatives in Illinois and Iowa While enroute to. Bryant, where she Is establishing her home. Mr. Junkins died in May at their home in Kinmuhdy, 111., and his widow has disposed of their interests there and will return to Bryant where the couple lived twenty years ago. She will be remembered by older Kossuth residents as Sadie Fish, Bode Boy Scouts Will Collect Paper •Bode: The Boy Scouts wfll col lect paper in Bode Friday. Using the city truck. They ask that everyone have his paper tied in bundles and placed on the curb- Ing. WALLY HKGASON ' . • AND . JENSPETERSEN (Formerly With Kossuth Motor Co.) Have purchased the Paul Thacker Garage ai West Bend and will be OPEN FOR BUSINESS AUGUST! See Us For Automoble Repair; Body and Fender Work. West Bend Auto Co. .30* , Alpha, towa> July iAPMTWO AT ST. JOE .St. Joe: Two infants, the daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Ted'Hllbert aftd the son of Mr. and Mrs. Del» mat Plathe, were baptized Sunday. The Huberts' baby, Berhadette Clara, was born July 4 at 'St. Joseph's hospital, 'Fort Dodge, and was baptized by Fr; George Theobald. Sponsors were Mrs. Henry Kohlhass and Milford Plathe. Mr. and MrS. Hilbert now have two boys and a girl. Richard Arthur Plathe was bap tized by Father Theobold, too. He Was born Saturday in the Kossuth county hospital, Algona, and is the Plathes' first Child. Sponsors were Mrs. Anton Weydert and Stg. Arthur Plathe. Honor Sergeant Son. Mr, and Mrs. Charles Plathe entertained 75 supper guests July 15 in hortor of their son,nSgt. Arthur Plathe. It also was the seconc Wedding anniversary of Sgt. and Mrs. Arthur Plathe. Sgt. Plathe returned to the States June 20 He had been overseas a year. Plathe left Thursday for Camp Grant, ill.,-after attending>ft da? furluogh hete wltH his and daughter, his parents: aHd many other relative^ andifrieftds. It Was the first time PlatheVhad seen Ms 11 month old dfitlgftter. From Camp Grant, Sgt. Plathe will report to Indian TOWfl Gap. Pa. ' ,' Mrs, Joe Becker, Sr., was taken to Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, last Thursday. Marlene Fridiers spent several days last week at the Frank Rathke home in Humboldt, (Mrs. George Wagner was operated -on for appendicitis at the Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Elaine and Judy Wagner spent several days last week at the home of their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reding, Algona. Private Marvin Kramer is spending a furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Kramer, and relatives and friends; He came from Camp Robinson, Ark., and reports to Fort Biley, Kansas on August 1. A number of 'St. Joe people attended a pre-nuptial Shower in honor of Miss Verna Eischen in the St. Benedict school hall Sunday. Miss Eischen will be the bride of Henry Pfeffer July 30 in the St. Benedict Catholic church. Yes, We'll Hve HREE BODE FAMILIES GATHER CLANS; TWO AIRMEN HONORED Bode: Three family dinners were held Sunday in Bode, one at the home of R. Knudslein, one at the Art Mpnson home and one at the 'R. F. Gullixson home. Sgt. Donald Amundsen, .grandson of Mrs. Knudslein, was guest of honor at the Knudslein home. He has returned • to the United States for a furlough with his parents at Iowa Falls. Serving with the army air corps, he was in a German prison camp for 15 months and has been awarded the purple heart, a presidential citation and wears seven battle stars on his campaign ribbon. Thirty- five members of the Knudslein family attended. Members of the Monson family present at their dinner were Mr. and Mrs. John Holland and children, Thor; Mr. and Mrs. Ll/iiyd Monson, Barnum; Mr. and Mrs. John Saxton and Mr. and Mrs. M. Monson, Fort Dodge, and Mrs. Maggie Monson, Al-bert Monson and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Monson, Bode. The family dinner served at the Gullixson home was in honor of Lt. Carman Aure. Present were Mr. -and Mrs. E. H. Norman and daughter Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs, V, H. Reed, of Hubbard; Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Aure and Mrs. Amanda Aure. Recently returned from overseas where he has <been serving with the army air corps, Lieutenant Aure is visiting his mother, Mrs. Gullixson, before leaving for the West Coast. While in Germany he was with Gen. Courtney Hodges First Army and served on a mili- '.•)''' '". '"**» ••'- • - ! /That"may be a little 'difficult for Junior to understand, but it's something every grown-up motorist has to face. \(Some new cars will come off the assembly lines this year »'.. but not nearly enough to meet the terrific demand. YOU ,j>robably won't get one. So keep giving your old car good /care. You can depend on your Phillips 66 Dealer for expert aid. V Drive in frequently to let him check the battery, air filter, ,«nd radiator. Every six months have him give, your car_a complete lubrication job. f /' He can help preserve your tifef," if "you leTfiim~gb~ovS* .'them every week. ' /) These Car-Saving and Tire-Saving / 'services can .urge your old automobile ( on for many more.miles. It's only' sensible to accept the invitation of 'your Phillips 66 Dealer, and stop in . for them regularly ... at the Orange/'~v and Black 66 Shield <Tlf Ml* \ Phillips CAKE FOR YOUR OUTFOX YOUR COUNTRY tary cotirt. Modernizing the ,pony express record for getting the" mail through may be the flight lit. Aure made from Los Angeles to Bode. Leaving at 5'p. m. Thursday, he arrived ,at the Des Moines airport at 7 a. m. Friday and got to Bode Friday noon. •;. ' HARMS SUPER SERVICE STATION State and Phillips Ste. Frank HaWeman, Operator and Manager Harms Oil Company, Distributors Phone 74 — Ateona H §R__JZ& j—- preserver K ciuhiori, , \ kapok tilled, pillow style | with long handles. Size,j |l5x!6 in. Made of attrac<|; i tive colored canvas cover-^; , ing.) Ideal for fishing, ; £ camping, hunting and I ^-..^__:__ s r ~*"~~ —»^A • ii Mrs. Gladys Harlow, of Minneapolis, Minn., is visiting at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Pehrsons. Mr. and'Mrs. Melvin Huenhold, of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stampher, of Des Moines, were callers at the E. H. Norman home Saturday evening. M. L. Hauge and Mrs. C., 'R. Younkin, of Long Beach, Calif., are visiting at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. ! P. Jensen. Mrs, Younkin is the former Lucille Jensen and is making ,her home on the west .coast while her husband is overseas. . a Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thorsland Spent'Tuesday in Estherville. They wei^e accompanied by Mrs. J. B. Jacobson and Mrs. Ingeborg Swenson, who stopped at Emmetsburg for a visit at the Carl Helgeson home. , ' Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Holden and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Hinrichs and daughter Irene, of Humboldt, attended the ice cream sociable held on the Lutheran church lawn Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Helgeson have returned to their home in Minneapolis after a week's visit at' the home of her sister Mrs. L. B. Gangestad. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hermestnd and son Troy, of Sioux Rapids, spent Sunday at the T. T. Thompson home. They came to see Mr. Thompson, who has been ill for some time and whose condition remains about the same. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bakk'en and Patty Cowan, of Algona, were guests at the Andrew Lee home Sunday. They were present at a family gathering there in honor of Mrs. Martha Kafid, of St. Paul; Minn.,-Twtio is visiting;her parents Mr. ! and Mrs. Lee. Sgt. Keith Rolland is spending a two-week furlough at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Rolland. He will return to his duties at Schicfc General Hospital, Clinton. . . Returns to Parents' Home. Mrs. Richard Cottington, who has been with her husband at Norman, Okla., -while he was in training at a naval aviation ordinance school, has returned to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Halverson. Cottington has ben sent overseas from Seattle, Wash. • ^ Gwendolyn Coddington, of Des Moines, is visiting her brother's wife, Mrs. Richard Cottington, at the Halverson home. Mr. 'and Mrs.-E. H. Norman and daughter Phyljis, enroute from New York City to Trenton, Mo., stopped over the weekend at-their home in Bode. Mrs. Stella McCarthy has concluded a two-week visit at the home, of her brother Dr. P. W. Qually, and has returned to her home in St. Paul, Minn. Mr. 0nd Mrs. Andy Olson have returned from a few days visit in Ames with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Opheim. Thursday in company with Rudolph Olson and 'Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Olson they visited relatives In Duncombe. LAKOTAN PASSES 78-YEAR MARK Lakota: J. H. Warburton celebrated his seventy-eighth birthday with a picnic dinner at hi? home Sunday. Th« follo\Mng guests present: The Alreh Boeck- holts, Titonka; Mrs. Mary Noble, Belle Plalne; Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Torine, Mrs. Delia Smith, Mrs. Emma Smith, Mrs. Ida Smith, Mrs. Lottie Isenberger, Lakota, and Mr. and-Mrs. Harry Warburton and Ruth, Elmore, Minn. The Rufus Olthoffs, Leonard Leibolt and Anna Baumann, La-, kota; the Bill Meyers. Swea City, and the 'Henry Bunkofskes, Algona, visited Sunday with the Arden Hoveys near Algona. Roland Smith, Jr., was ill last week and Roland Smith, Sr., and Glen Klocke helped with the farm work. Bill Gutknecht also was sick last week. Visitors at Mitchell Home. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Chance, Zearing; Mr. and Mrs. Elvin •Flower and little daughter, Grand Junction and David and Margaret Bell, children of the Rev. and Mrs. Willard Bell, Hawarden, were visitors of the Henry Mitchells one day last week. They were on their way home from a short vacation at Okoboji. Troy Chance is now custodian of the Zearing consolidated school, and Elvin Flower operates a hatchery and feed plant at Grand Junction. Drives to Blue Earth. Mr/. J. H. Warburton drove to Blue Earth, Minn.', Saturday afternoon to meet Mrs. Mary Noble, of Belle Plaine, who came In on a bus from Minneapolis, following a two week visit with her two daughters Mrs. 'R. H. McKinney, at Ameryi Wis., and Mrs. Bob Lovaas, Minneapolis. Mrs. Lottie Isenberger, Mrs. Wilbur Wlrtjes and Lois Johnson accompanied Mrs. Warburton to Blue Earth, where they went shopping. Joann Keistere, Mason City, visited with- the Harry Mussmans last week. Bernadine Gerzema spent last weekend with her maternal grandmotherJVlrs. H. Frerichs, at Buffalo Center. Sunday evening visitors at the William Baum home were Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Schwiertert and Mr. and Mrs. Kollasch, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gerzema attended a meeting of the war chest drive at the Algona prisoner of war camp Thursday evening. , Wilbur Wirtjes and Ed Gulickson, who are running gravel trucks near Smithland, spent the week end with their respective families. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ley drove to Algona Friday to meet Mrs. Ley's sister, Mrs. Albert Smith, of Fort Dodge, who is visiting her for a week. Mrs. John Heetland and son John left for Yorkville by way of Algona last week for a visit with Mrs. Heetland's sister Mrs. ttose Stroud. Elsie Kelnltz will work in the restaurant during her absence. George Edwards and wife of Woodstock, Minn., were visitors Frida^ with Mr. Edwards' granddaughter and family, the Vincent Elmans. The Edwards were on their way to Wisconsin for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edwards, Woodstock, 'were Sunday visitors at the Vincent Ellmans. George Rich Earns Discharge From Army tfour Corners: Pfc. George F. Rich, son of Mrs. Nettie Rich, received an honorable discharge from the army and arrived home Friday night. He has spent the past three months tt Ft. Warren, Wyo. Prior to that he had been overseas nearly three years, serving in Australia, New Guinea, East indies and the Philippines. Upon his discharge from the army before returning home, he went to Hot Springs, Ark., to visit Jim Elmore. COLi> n-;c*y. 2'.to 3 hpwf$ • V. with quality materials fey tiiany l«««ity Salon ^-f&Mi?S^f 9iM: Nittc''e3s!fi '-''*'-**'^. •'•£.*-''< "-•'*»" ../v.' ; '-V>-v', •;:•',". v •'!•«-3. =^. •••^;*^.. 1 :.^;^,f"" ', irsi^irrtfiji^W**!*^?^"^!!!^^^^ 9mA^mmmmmm^mimMMmMS&^ ' Insulate Now! For^A N Johns-Manville Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LEANEAGH Local Representative 44tf In Iowa city, , . •: Bev. and Mrs.' A. F, Otto and daughter Eunice were . in . Jpwa City and Savanah, Mo., the past week to seek medical aid for Bey. Otto, who is suffering from a skin cancer. -','••' The A, A. L. met Friday even- Ing at the Lutheran school, Mrs. Arthur Lusmann and daughter! Parlwie, left Friday for an extended visit at the home of Mr§. Lu.smann,'s mother near Hastings, Jtfebr; . ; - -.'. , Mrsr Herman Hint? has been having considerable pain from a cut in her leg, She was kicked by 8 qow 9 weeJf ago, « required 12 ' .. »:. B n Mr. ano; Mrs, GeyaM Sgrong and ^ode,uand iTOliamey, spent ,§imday 0 br}ng back: yfspiv isfc-i-./-*^;:-L:-^,^-- -_j ! TOWN AND FARM ! WOMEN BEATING CITjf FOLKS AT FAT SAVING : • Our government knows that city women have done an outstanding Job saving used fats— but. now that you town and farm women have rolled .up your sleeves, you are providing more used fats per kitchen than any other group in the U. S. Keep it up I 100,000,000 more pounds of used fats are needed this year to help make vital war supplies. Without vour record sayings, we'll never make that quota. Save every drop! Remember, it's the small amounts that flU the salvage can faster. Drippings, skimmings, scrapings, and fat scraps melted down. Vour butcher will give you 2 red points and up to tt a pound. If you have any difficulty, call your Home Demonstration or County Agent. Approved by WPA and OPA. PaWfor by industry. -- Read The Want Ads—It Pays SflR^^v^.-'^?!'' ii«W13 Celebrate fWrttl«»t. Mi 1 , ahd Mrs. Rdbelri fifeyiSr, Sr., Helen. Marie and Robert, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Zumach and family, Mr. and Mrs. John. Schal- lln, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig and family, Mr, aftd Mri, Ben Schmidt and family and Mr, and Mrs. William Boettcher spent Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Dreyer, Burt. It was Martin Dreyer's birthday. Linda Benschoter, daughter of H.W.POST j! Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss of damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. MfV.and:.lftfc' left fctf eieSr!*', -~™, , Mbttday where; sM -ft C&mp. .MQ?fi^Mt':,iQ.^- i --~. : vi^ad a^dtimpatii^d' jby- He? '/3WOH«HF^ and MfS.' ffrnft Befi croft, to eiear Lak». DANCES LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT Friday, July Zt Jack Cole Tuesday, July 31 Ole Olson 4rHis Rhytlun Kings Friday, Aug. 3 Pat Hoffman Tuesday, Aug. t "Skipper" Berg- THESE I WASHINGTON TJ. S. NO. 1 MOORPARK APRICOTS 14-Lb. Lugs. . Sweet Seedless GRAPES Pound 25c Guaranteed WATERMELON • • Pound 4c Green SALAD CABBAGE Found 5c Full Ripe CANTALOUPE Found For convenience, thrift and economy you select your complete table re- 1 qulremcnts from the widest variety in well known brands at lowest ceiling [ prices:— f CALIFORNIA ELBERTA PEACHES, per pound I5c SPECIAL PRICE IN ORIGINAL BOXES Cornflakes .- Giant 18 oz. Packagfe ... I wC Corn Flak«» ^ 11 or. Package • • • •" RUeKrispUt Snapl Grackjel.PopI . . IZC ...lOc Me Me I2c I9c He I4c Intlgnia Piii « • « • • • ' Krumbldl Shreds of Whole WKIaJ Shndded Wheat, 15 Biscuits, 12 Ouncei All-Bran Regular Package:- . . • All-Bran large Packag» • • • Raisin 40% Bran Flakes 40% BffWl fh*H Giant 14 oz; Packdg* SUGAR SAVING SUGGESTION! Prunes. Kalslns, Bigs and Dates are -;s:~- .Cook cereals with Dried Fruit and serve without __„— The' "Ready-to-Eat" cereals require no sugar when covered with Dried Fruit Sauce. SUN-MAID HECTAR RAISINS 13d THOMPSON SEEDLESS RAISINS Mi. Bag... Algona Creamery BUTTER Everyday Price 43e ROBB-ROSS WHEAT CEREAL, pkg. . . Ife RALSTON'S WHEAT CEREAL, pkg. 2f c | PWABFiEEAT CREAM OF WHEAT, pkg. . : . 22c MALTO-MEAL, phg. . . : . . . SUPERB ROLLED OATS, 3 Ib. pkg. 24c QUAKER ROLLED OATS, 3 Ib. pkg. .2Tc) MEAT SUPPLY LIMITED LARGE SLICING LIVER SAUSAGE Per Ib. ...... COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS .POUND 35c PRICES SUBJECT tO STOCK SMALL FRANKFURTERS FRANKFURTER CHEESE-RAREBIT 1 can Tomato Soup or 1 cup thin white saw*. 3"or 4 Frankfurters, % teaspoon mustard. 2 or 3 cups grated Ixmehorn Cheese. Heat soup (or prepare white sauce). Add grated cheese and mustard. Stir over low heat until cheese is melted. Add frankfurters sliced crosswise. Serve hot on toast. Serves 6. „^i—^ MNCK UVER SAUSAGE Per Ib. BIG AND RING BOLOGNA • Fresh Smoked PER POUND 32c MILD YELLOW LONGHORN 35c PER POUND MEAT LOAVES FOR SUMMER SANDWICHES Pickle and Pimento Loat and j Macaroni and Cheese Loaf maybe served hot or cold. Boy them, in piece'* (or • an oven roast or sliced for sandwiches. I PER POUND C LAPP'S Baby Food: ZEPHYR NECTAR pitcher of BCT< IT' 1 Root Bwr Extract BEST FOR ICED TEA Morning UslAV^ff^^^ ?-:JSf**3 .-^WS?fKf «ia P le-M ^i IP 8 i-'OH 1611 YOU II FftltND

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free