The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 2, 1945
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I CORNERS FAMILIES HAVE TW'pIcftics gun- gay were get-togethers tor" fam- Hies. ; .:,".V-.- <• ,•'•:'. •.-•••••• ^Atteftding the family affali? 6 Call State .park were Mrs, Vlole Walkef :and children, Raymond, ChaJltitte and DurwdM; the Of- Vllle Holdren family; MIPS, Ixswis •groedet and children! the Cecil Bjustrom .family and fiafl Rich. several of the group went swimming during the afternoon. A picwe. dinner was held at the Jlome of Mrs. Nettie Rich, honbr- Ing the birthdays of George ff Rich,. recently returned from set vice, Jolut Wayne Ward, ye^Nol child of 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert •Ward, df Hastings, Nebr., and Doris Drayton. Those attending were Nettie Rich, George F. Rich, the Walter Riches, the Wdlliam Draytbns, the John Riches, the Ethart Lights. from Bricelyn. Minn., the^Howard VandeOrlfts.of Albert Lea, Minfl. The Robert Wards of Hastings, Nebr., the Clarence S&hendels of Buffalo Center, Gladys Schehdel, of Mason City, Mrs* Martin Eeker, of Chicago, 111., the Henry Liride- mans, Mrs. >Lyle Beaver of Traer, and Mrs, RHbda Dunn and son Charles; of Scarvllle. Eva fcee Smith, iwho works in Algona, spent Sunday at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith. Mrs. Earl Miller and children e fuesti ** M and MM. mith, • • •:• ; ' ";•' •,•'. • • ; . • • \i' a *ft», fibbeTtt Itfalkef and Mil. aMerwiU called' al the Hew Mullef ftoSne Tuesday evehijig of ih« tuetkers and the AQ of the buildings on the M. M. OrroW farm; tenahted by the Of 4 vllle Jttdldrens, ate receiving '« coat of jialnt. to. Mid Mrs. toward Witham and the latter's mother Mrs. Jessie Royce, were Sunday afternaow and evening visitors at the Otto Harlaft home. •Dafiene Lee, daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. fioy Lee, is visiting for a week or ten days at the home 6f her half-sister Mrs. Harry Vigdal, of Armstroftg. Betty Jeart Rich, daughter of rfr. and Mrs. Ed Rich spent sev sral days last week at her grandmother's home,- Mrs. Minnie Wilson, of Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus ac- dmpanled Mr. and -Mrs, joe lamua of Des Moines fishing July 4, Mrs. Leo Ramus stepped on a nail and had to have a tetanus hot. Mrs, Jessie ttoyce cartie ttome ,ty(arvin and Jacquelyn, were sup- Saturday iroth Eagle Grove. She ad gone with her^ daughter Mr*. Mtary White, that far Monday when the latter left for her home n Englewood, Calif. i Mrs. Ralph Walker had a sur- rise party Wednesday afternoon or her two children, Ralph Eugene and Gloria. There were 21 entertained, during the afternoon, and refreshments were served. A surprise birthday party was held July 22 if or Ralph Walker. Those attending were the LatT-. ence KHrschs, the Cecil Bjustroms, was A family . A. BjUstroth's hottie Thurs evening. Those attending were MfS. Jessie Mitchell, the Letter Mitchells of Chicago; the Edmund Larsons of fiurt; the Arie Ditt- ifters of Surt, and the Otto Marians. lee cream was served. Mr. and Mrs. (Lester Mitchel and eon Norman of Chicago, 111. left for home Saturday after spending the past two weeks at the home of Lester's sisters and mother Mrs. Jessie Mitchell. They expected to go home by way of Wis-> eohslh and spend a few days at a lake. MM. Nettie Rich reached home July 1 from Hastings, Nebr., where she had been visiting her daughter and family, the Robert Wards. Mrs. Ward and iwp sons Donald and John Wayne accompanied her. Mr. Ward came Frir day .and they 'all left for home Sunday afternoon. The 'Roy Lee family, Mrs. Earl Cooperj'. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carney and' Mary Frances, and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cooper attended a family dinner at the Roy Osborn home hear Seneca Sunday. Harold Osborn who has been home on furlough, left for camp again Sunday evening. Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Carney and Mrs. Osborn are sisters and the Clyde Coopers are their parents. Former Bode Catchen Prises In River At Belmond Sode: To Mrs. A. J. Meffi1;% 6 Belmond, the former Odella Hal vsrsott of Bflde, daughtef df Mr and Mrs. Henry HalversonV goe the credit for catching the blgges fish in the Iowa river at Belmond this season. , ' She hooked a northern pike on her line and landed it all by her self. The pike measured 33 inches in length and weighed 8^ pbunds The catch took place 3 miles out of Belmond 30k P at th afternoon, July 22. ie ."Tile" Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lyons hav£ returned from Des Moines where hey attended a one-day meeting Saturday of rural mall carriers. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Torgerson have returned to their home. In Ihicago after a week's visit at the ibme of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Roland. • Marcus Rolland went to Minneapolis IFrlday to see his wife who is .a patient at a recreation lospital there. He was accompan- ed as far as Albert Lea by his mother, Mrs., Erick Rolland, and ler" two sisters Mrs. Lars Larson nd Mrs. John Rongved, who vlsit- d .their brother, Sigurd Borge, iving near Albert Lea. the Barley Wills, the Russell Walk- Lei Cowan do the Complete Job Roofing — SIDING — Insulation Weatherstrip — Paint ASK FOB A FBSE ESTIMATE ^ a ^ 3S ^^g^ give you a complete jbb» repair and n a-.*nd. insulation of youjnome. Co. Lu Verne Vicinity News Items Store SPECIALS Reliners— 600x16 550x17 650x16——. • rti . 1 Motor Oil/ 2-gal. i.98 ^ 45-vju. 15c *• pha4n8, , gOQ^86^^ 3Qn50 A Seat Covers— 5-^drawer un- finlsed Oheat Clothes Baskets- Large size__. ____ 1.49 Ironing Boards, padded 3.49 Bond Boxes. 1.49 30x3% newl 1.98 Red Barn Pt L 6-gal. lots _,_ 1.35 Hay Slings, a.49 Soooters, at—^ „ 2.29 Tire 2.49 In Fort Dodge Hospital ' Arnold Wegner was taken to the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge SUnday where he will receive medical care. Wedding Anniversary. The ninth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. William Greene and the birthdays of Mr. Greene and William Goetsch were observed at a picnic dinner at the Goetsch home Sunday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. William Greene and family and Mr. and Mrs, William Jacobsen and family, of Humboldt, the Victor Sween family, of Clarion, and Miss Donna McCrady, of Livermore. Attend Family Dinner. Mrs. H. E. Peitzke accompanied Mr.' and Mrs. Fay Thompson, of Eagle Grove, to Mason City Sunday where they attended a family dinner honoring the twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stone. The •boys, Cpl. Dwight and Pvt. Keith Stone, recently returned home from overseas where they • had spent two years in the European theater of war. Fifteen guests enjoyed a picnic dinner at a Mason City park. Dirane Beebe, of Fort Dodge, is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hintz. Ed Allen of Clarinda, spent several days visiting at the home of •his parents Mr. and 'Mrs. H. C. Allen. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Beckman spent the week at Cedar Falls attending an Evangelical Bible conference. Mrs. Emma Lehman, of Boxholm is visiting this week at the home of her daughter and family Mr. ! and Mrs^Fred:^erkleiS}; ; ,,.'.,•:'* ' : ; Marilyn 5 Hefti; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefti, returned to her 'home after spending two weeks visiting relatives at Denver, Colo. Mrs. Ralph Andrews, of Cedar Rapids, is visiting at the home'of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Dimler. Mrs. Andrews Is the former Vera Dimler. Mrs. Bess Conley returned .to her home in Bancroft Sunday after spending the week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Stripling and family. • Mr. and Mrs. Homer Thiel and daughter Rose Marie, of Corning, spent Thursday and Friday visit- Ing at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Knopf. k Mr. and Mrs. Walter Merkle and children Joyce and James returned Sunday to their home in St. Paul, Mum., after spending a week here visiting relatives and friends. Rev. and Mrs. Robert' Phillips and children ^Toan and Dean left Sunday afternoon for Lake Okoboji where they will attend the Methodist Bible Institute for a week. James Smith arrived home Monday to visit at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs'. Lloyd Smith. Jim 'has been employed at Los Angeles, Calif., for the past several months. Mrs. G. A. Hanna left Tuesday for her home in Fairmont, Minn., after spending a two week vacation at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. Olla Godfrey has been quite 111 with the flu for the past several days. Her daughter Florence, of Humboldt, spent the weekend with her and also with her sister Rubye. Mrs. Harold Phillips, Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. Jasper Vaughn,- Mrs. Robert Phillips Wd Mrs. ArcWe Sanford attended an instructors school In the Methodist church a.t Algona Thursday afternoon. . Mr, and Mrs. Gleet McClellsn ant} fwiijy, of PCS Moines, visited for a few deys at. the home of big parents, Mr. and Mrs, C, O, cieiian, Glen }eft Sunday to Mrs, pd th§if Sp<|ay f«r wlft $ , ,Mr, Welj*s»R is the lojgaJ f^rwerj) ftf Mi* she has been transferred from the camp at Fort Des Moines to Strut Air Field in Indiana. She is in the ah- force and received her basic training at Fort Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Schichtl and son Jerry of Estherville, visited Sunday at the home of hei 4 pa ents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus ahd with his mother Mrs. Nina Schichtl, 1 at Irvington. Jerry ha his tonsils removed one day las week at the hospital in Esthervill and he Is getting along well. The Birthday Club met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. C. W Cote. Bridge was played at four tables and four guests were present, Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. J. Ar^ nold Hjelle, Mrs. Cecil Baker and VIrs. Joe Elbert. Prizes were won jy Mrs. Ray Stone, Mrs. Jess Jindebak and Mrs. Harold Soren- ion. Lunch was served by the hostess at the ckwe of the evening, Lt. Ivan S. Hasek, Jr, of Sioux My, visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gronbach Friday and Saturday. Lieutenant Hasek was a close friend of their son, Lt. Alvln Gronbach, who is missing n action over Germany. Alvin ivas the pilot of a fighter plane and has been reported missing ince December, 1944. He was a graduate of the LuVerne high chool with the class of 1941. The cemetery association will meet Thursday afternoon for its egular monthly meeting. This meeting will be a picnic at the ome of Mrs. Ervin Barton, who is resident of the association. Those who are planning on attending the icnic should meet at the city hall t two o'clock so transportation an be provided for all. Each mem- er also is 'asked to bring a cov- red dish and his own service. A family dinner honoring Gene :obert Will, who was baptized unday, was held at the home of is parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert V1U. Those who attended the diner were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Falb f Fort Dodge; Mrs Emma Ober- elman and her son Eldon nad flrs. Roland Lenz and her son Varren, all of Corwith; Miss Dorothy Wicklow, of Ceda* Falls; Rev. and Mrs. Louis Wittenburc ahd daughter Madine, Mrs, Theresa Will and her daughter Shirley, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Will, all of LuVerne. •> Accidents Will Occuf. One evening recently, a Humboldt doctor was called upon to treat injuries to two farm persons resulting from freak accidents Carol Hellickson, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hellick- ion, was treated for an under-arm aceration after she fell from the fender of a parked car and her arm caught on the handle of the -ar door. Earl Hanson suffered rom bruises and shock when he eaped from a tractor overturning n a ditch, and was'.pinned under plow attached to the tractor. Townsend Flash By Mrs. A. M. Anderson A Federally operated nation with retirement for all United tates citizens. Who will be ligible? You and your immediate fam- y; your parents, brothers, sisters —<in fact, all citizens of the United tates, regardless of income or tation during life, will be eligible or this Nation-wddfe Voluntary etirement at the designated age. 'o one is to be denied this Re- rement Right, which keeps the ystem in line with our constitu- on. You then could pack away your Id age troubles and forget them; orget your fears of being injured n the job; of blind; orget the fear of losing your abil- y to earn income and take care Adv. New Machines ft f*t i ror bale Double and single unit milkers. 25 tooth horse drawn spring tooth harrow. Tractor wheel weights, Farmall H power take-off. Farmall H power lift. Twine. Hydraulic-and Farmers Friend manure loaders. Wagon boxes. Air compressors. Farm-Oyl Lubricants Firestone Tires Used Machines No. 8 Little Genius 2-bottom plow. No. 3 "S" cream separator. No. 4 McCormick Deering electric separator. Melotte electric separator. Regular Farmall on rubber with cultivator. Algona Implement Co. McCormicfc Deering Sales and Service Phone 52 state and Jones Downyflake virre Donuts Made Fresh Hourly 2 Donuts and Coffee Folger's Coffee lib. 29c SHREDDED WHEAT Coco Taffee COOKIES Johnson's GI&COAT Kellogg's CORNFLAKES Flour Sale KITCHEN PRIDE I $1.98 CONSUMERS 50Ibs .$1.89 ROBIN HOOD 5 LS2.19 PEANUT BUTTER GRAPE JUKE TOMATO JUICE .12 oz. jar IOC quart Ov V 46 oz. can COCKTAIL ,23c 29c _. ..;..... ,2—^ Country Style DILLPICKLES__ ......... , t .29c Del Monte CATSUP ............ ........„„ APPLE BUTTER qt Bulk Fresh Fruits and Vegetables VINEGAR niton 29C S.O.S.PADS CLIMALENE .. 12 oz. Large Swan SOAP LUX SOAP......... 7 C CAMAY .........._ _...7 C SWEEETHEART3 PALMOUVE . Cashmere BOUQUET..... 3 (or 29c BISQUICK Dromedary GINGER BREA M piTpiif Texas Black Diamond

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