The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1945 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 2, 1945
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:«3^>>l^f^;ftW|^p^^gM| '.&''' '- : -''.''•-' :Y\<* /; ;*'^;:'" ! WB:Sr^*-fe '- XXX'V^^'-ffi-^-f^ AllCK Lorie Hock: Officers for the American Legiqn Auxiliary were .installed July 11 at the home of Mrs. Glenn tiurt. They -are Miss Tena Jensen, president; Mrs. Fred IJaig, vice president; Mrs. Emil Kraft,' Secretary and treasurer; Mrs. N. L. Cotton, chaplain; 'Mrs. ^Francis Foley, child welfare. Mrs. Ralph Thompsori, national defense; Mrs. Ernest Jensen, historian; Mrs. OTfed Genrlch, public- ,ity; Mrs. otto Jensen, rehabllita- tlon; Mrs. Frank Householder, , A GOOD GRAIN MARKET the Lone ftock Cooperative Exchange Thone 26 Lone Rock, Iowa <Jralh — Coal — Feed — Flour Tile — Felco Feeds The Lone Rock co-operative Exchange, of Lone Rock, is a strictly farmer-owned . and con•trolled institution for the benefit of their many friends and custom- • Cooperation is the greatest Word to the dictionary.. It is the power that builds cities, states and nations. No enterprise can succeed .without cooperation. This type of splendid Cooperation has built the Lone Rock Co-operative Exchange ,and has made it the successful enterprise it is today. •;.- ' This elevator company has al. -ways enjoyed a splendid reputa- rtion and is the market for unlimit- ,«d quantities of grain. They carry a good line of Coal, Feed, Flour, .TTlle. etc., to take care of all your needs. Spend your money with a 'liome concern. Money spent at home remains in your community and .Will eventually come back to .you. '.-'"' They have the equipment and facilities to handle your grain. 3?hone them at any time for quotations and the daily market re- rports. This Company is founded •upon clean cut business methods and they have made a splendid .growth. A good elevator operated upon the lines followed by this firm is a great asset to any community, and this community may well be proud of this splenddi institution •that -brings a large number of people to town on account of the opportunities offered, by them. i. tfnest, ._„„ and Mr«. ./eriseni jrtrf&ahtfftN in'g president ds Mra. . uw »»..».~ r .. The next meetlrtgi scheduled tor Sept. S. will fee held at her hbme, At the meeting it was voted .to serid $10 id .pUtthase fecofds; for war veterans; aftd the $2 sent each month from the Lone ttock unit was mailed to the Veterans hospital. Memorial Service PdT-'P. J, Clappsaddle At Wellsburg, Aug. S Memorial services for M/Sgt. Perry J, Clapsa'ddle, killed in ae- tlott April 21, 1945, to Germany, will be held Sunday, August 5, at 2 o'clock in the Christian Reformed church, Wellsburg, Iowa. Perry, who was 30 years old, is a son of Mrs. Leslie Clapsaddle, how of Centurla, Wis., but formerly of Corwith. His wife lives at Wellsburg. '; ..' ' He had been in the service five years. Of that time he spent 19 months In Iceland and returned tr Fdrt Ord, Calif., to spend a year drilling troops* He went overseas in January. . Following the death of his.fath- er he spent several years in Algona at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Walter Steven. Mrs. Steven Is his aunt and Walter 4s a cousin. Prior to army service he lived four years at Corwith. Among those planning to attend the service are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steven and Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Steven, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Steven, Burt; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Shlpler, Whittemore; Mr! and Mrs. Frank/ Clapsaddle, Corwith. Mr. Clapsaddle is an uncle. Ray Richardsons Arrive From Kansas Mr. and Mrs, Ray Richardson are expected to arrive from Ottawa, Kan., the last of the week to visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Richardson and other relatives. Mr. Richardson has just been graduated form Ottawa University with a bachelor of arts degree. '.Taking four years of study in three, Ray has been working his way through college and will soon enter a theological school. Mrs. Richardson, the former Virginia Spear, has finished her college work .The Richardsons plan to be here a month. Enroute to Algona they planned to visit her father in Des Moines. Mir. and Mrs. Marry Barton and children, Joyce, Marilyn, Barbara Jean and Ronald, spent last week vacationing at Lake Okoboji. Mr, and Mrs. Newton Mack and children Of Des Moines are spending the week visiting here with Mrs. Mack's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Elston. Mrs. Jerome Voit of Des Molnes returned Wednesday after spending a few days visiting here with her uncle Andrew Holtzbauer, and other relatives'. Josle. E. McEvoy moved Tuesday from the Albert Ogren home to Mrs. DeMaude Lathrop's home. Miss McEvoy recently spent a week visiting friends in Des Moiries. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Clopton spent the past week in Waterloo, Chicago and Cedar Rapids with friends, while the Modern Dry Cleaners were closed for a week of vacation. Mrs. D. L. Cooper and daughters Coleen and Karen, returned Sunday from Lake Okoboji where they had spent the past two weeks vacationing with her parents, Rev. md Mrs. J. G. Waterman, of Strat* !ord. Rose Marie and June, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Leo McEnroe, left Wednesday with their^aunt, Mrs. Mary Austin of Salem, Ore., for Eau Claire, Wis., where they plan to spend two weeks visiting relatives. Jon Rising, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Rising, spent the weekend with Billy Andrews, son of Dr. and Mrs. W. D. Andrews, at Lake Okoboji. Dr. Andrews and Jon flew to the lake in the former's new plane. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Burns will leave Sunday for Cedar Rapids and Estherville where they will visit Mr. Burns': sister, Mrs. Homer Herwig, at Cedar Rapids^ and his mother, Mrs. J. B. Burns, and other relatives at Estherville. Lt. and Mrs. Leroy Adams left Tuesday for Miami, Florida, where they wlli spend a two weeks' vacation. Lt. Adams, son of Mr. -.and Mrs. Roy E. Adams of Union township, will report at the Miami redeployment base for either discharge or re-assignment. Quoljty Fur Coats Fine Skins, New Styles, Low Prices sons' son, Jerry Bob, returned to Britt with his grandparents for an Indefinite visit. Harriet Brown returned last week from Denver University, Colorado, where she had taken a 8 weeks' course in grammar therapy. Harriet is the daughter of Mrs. Rachel Brown and Will spend the rest of the summer Here'with her before returning to Drake University, Des Moines, to complete her senior year. > . Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cooper, Mrs. Earl Cooper, Mr. and Mrs, R. J. Lee and family, and Mr, and Mrs. Robert A, Carney and daughter. Mary Frances, spent Sunday at the Roy psborn home near Seneca. The Osbbrns' son, Harold, wns home on a 20-day furlough from a camp in Texas and left Monday morning from Algona to return to Texas. Mrs. Murray Mowers and Polly Zerider came Thursday for a week's visit with ,the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. LaBarre, and Polly's lather, 'F. C. Zender. They accompanied Mrs. Farnam Hitchcock and daughter Sandy, formerly of Algona but now' of Los Angeles, who are visiting Mrs. Farnam's parents at Hampton. Mrs. Mowers, the former Eleanor LaBarre, is employed as a teller in one of the Banks of .America at Hollywood, Calif. Mrs. Frank Butts and daughters Dorothy, Ruth and Valeria,. and granddaughter Phyllis, spent last week at Lake Okoboji. .Dorothy was here on a three weeks' vacation from Washington, D- C. Phyllis is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Butts of Des Moines. Ruth is employed at the Algona. Ice Cream and Candy Factory and Valeria at .the Druggist Mutual Insurance Company. The Butts' received word when they arrived home that Herbert would be leaving in a week for induction into the army. Eleanor Fraser, a well known former Algona girl; who served for a year or so as draft board auditor for Iowa, and who later joined the Wacs is now at Tooele, Idaho, where she is assistant editor of the "Sand-Blast" a Wac publication. Eleanor has a natural talent for Beverly Aftft RSHter of Lftufehs rarga or re-assignmem, _ the newspaper game andit ls hard Mrs. Glee Pitcher has rented the to keep her out of it( , and then we If you plan io buy a fur coat'; this; i year, our ad? earliest 111; Nay?: None. .':',•''•' Motion made by I' by .'Johnson <JItch rlght-of allowed: 3.1 acres Auditor abate sf ff Ayes: Mo by J' maJ ff' Finest quality Northern Muskrat, ' Sable dyed Coat in several styles „_ i|p^Miifeq»llH*wfe*piW;i : ffli|f .'OMMrati gln'^hMirC'df' A r'A'i/3* ; J. A iii'i'Dkwt *» A.- $•.«'>-v.'Iv'S'^iV 1 ;_.'- : ^ •-.••••• . "••_".••'•"•.- ?£: j, • •* ,i; j. . ..-.;._i ..'-.-i -'.-'. • -.-,.-. '-•» W K^WISlliSSBilS»;:ilS;.; •;• <, . care which they h. careM, " If proposition, ' store is & ititf'jnsney-sav PI&gB,: :fhj^v4a^;»: M' Hnj , a 'm$m'&& tfl^fVf'- : iSii||-; W. J. Bourne home on North Jones street and with her two children moved there Tuesday. Her' husband is stationed at Indian Town Gap, Pa., and Mrs. Pitcher was with him there until a few months ago. .Mrs. Pitcher is the former Doris Long. • Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burrows of Cincinnati, Ohio, are expected to arrive Saturday and spend over Sunday with the latter's sister, Mrs. J. D. Burns, and family. The Burrows and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Wright, will leave Sunday for a two weeks' vacation at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Sonnerholm and daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Nelson,, all of Britt spent Sunday visiting .here with another daughter, i; TMrs.,<Hi C. Anderson, and family. "The Ander- suppose that it is hard to-keep the Wac girls busy. Eleanor -is the daughter of the late Dr. Walter' Fraser of Algona. Mrs. Fraser is living some place in the southwest as we remember it. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Post, accompanied by their son, Dick, and his wife and baby and Mrs. James White and son, Terry, went to Manila Sunday where they visited Mrs. Joe White, mother of. Mrs. Dick Post and sister of Mrs. James White. The elder Posts returned to Algona while Mrs. White and Terry remained to spend- the rest of the week there, and Dick and his wife and Bobbie went, to visi,t in Detroit and Chicago. Dick is a chief storekeeper-in the. navy .and reports back to' Chicago this''1yeek for further assignment. :• ,; { You Can Whip Titonka Cream- But You Can't Beat Titouka. 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, Creamery Co. .has Co-operative ,__ u __. 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, Patronize Your Own Business and Benefit hy the Extra Profit Farmers Co-operative Creamery "Where Cooperation Pays" Ray Snyder, Msr, Lone Rock Goo4 Butter Made From Sweet Pasteurized Cream The Farmers 'Co-op Creamery is rendering thf people of I,pne Rock qpuimwriity a valuable service by proyfdjng^ft 'home market -for but' teVfat, How ir,any fuUy appreciate the value si m outlet lor prpd«?ts of the farm in ow county. :pa4ry farming provides we farmer with aR; additional P| t Diversified' jr arming ,13 j!?r tbie best interests of all, • ; . ,yptt send your cream to the y, yp.\i'}l '' , Lane Ro$; Cp*pp get all tt is w,p,rth 4 .; This ig purely a W worte yp.u o| < fetter OR 4 '"' ' '' "THE FARMERS FRIEND" Farmers Cooperative Elevator Phone 17 Swea City, Iowa jGrain - Feeds - ^Coal - Flour Chas. Klnney, Manager It is with pleasure that we bring Before the eyes of the many readr ers of this review of the better places of business in our surrounding towns, the Farmers Cooperative Elevator, of Swea City. An institution of this kind is, a jreat asset to any town and should' ae appreciated and patronized by all, and if this suggestion is followed there is no doubt but this will continue to of the outstanding grain centers of this community. This alone is of unestim- able value to, any town. The manager is a man of much experience, in the grain business and fully competent to hold the position. Phone him at any time for daily market reports and for advice upon, any subject pertaining to the grain business and he will be more than pleased to do what he can to help you. This is a concern that is in a position to handle unlimited deliveries of grain, and they solicit your business, whether your sales are large or small. And when you are in fhe market for coal or feed, you can rest assured you will always, receive the best here. No review of the outstanding business places of the community would be complete without properly recording the activities of this popular concern. And we cannot recommend and 'urge you too strongly to do your trading with the Farmers Cooperative Elevator, at Swea City. is spending this week visiting her aunt, Helen McMahott; Mrs. Robert MdConnell Spent Tuesday In Mason City visiting her mother who is seriously 511. ttarry Heir Is taking his vacation this week from the Algona Hardware where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs/ Roy Crawford and Jerry of West Des Moines are spending the week visiting relatives here. . . Mrs. J. C. Thul returned to her home in Clarion Sunday. after a week in Algona with her son, J. N. Thul arid family. Mrs. Edith Rich returned Tuesday evening after spending the week end in Mason City visiting her daughter Mrs. Blanche Gettman. Phillip Kohlhaas, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. P .J. Kohlhaas, left Sunday for two weeks at "Our Lady of the Lake" camp at Lake Okoboji. The Everett Richardson family spent Sunday visiting at Kanawha with the Alton Hurlburts. Mrs. Richardson and Alton are brother and sister. Emallne AHg, bookkeeper at F. S. Norton & Son, has been ill with the flu since the first of the week and is at the home of her parents near Whittemore. Mrs. Murray Mowers, formerly Eleanor LaBarre, spent the week end at Northwood where she visited her parents-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mowers. Delores Strayer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Strayer of Burt, is visiting this week with her cousin, Phyllis Richardson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Paul Richardson. Marilyn Richardson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Richardson, is spending the week at the farm home of Mrs. Richardson's brother, Donald Hurlburt, and family. Marilyn and Bonnie Mae Jensen, daughters of Mr. -and Mrs. Julius Jensen of .Sioux City, came-last Friday'and will visit until, next Monday with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Jensen. P. H. Hargreaves, who recently underwent a major operation at the Mercy hospital in Omaha, was released Wednesday and is doing fine. He will visit relatives a few days and will then return home. Mrs. C. R. Bennet, Mrs. H. B White and Mrs. F. F. Twogood spent the wek end at Lake Okoboji with Mrs. W. D. Andrews who with her children, is there for the summer. Dr. Andrews spent Sunday at the lake. Darrell Richardson, son of Mr and Mrs. W. A. Richardson of Fort Dodge, spent Monday here at the Everett Richardson home. Darrell came here to get his birth certificate for entering the navy. Darrel 1 and Everett are brothers. Mrs. Delia Short and son, Jack of Fairview, N. J., are expectec Monday for a two weeks visit at the home of Mrs. Short's twin sister, Mrs. W. W. Gillespie. Mrs Gillespie is taking a two week vacation from the General hospital Mr. and Mrs. A. William George left Tuesday evening to return to Chicago after vsiiting ten day here with the latter's parents Mr and Mrs. W. J. Gorman.' Mrs George is , the former Ruthellen "Gorman;? Her .husband is., a pettj Ofif cer, first class, stationed a Navy-Pier, Chicago, Glee Pitcher, who is stationed at Indiantown Gap, Pa., was promoted to a first lieutenant July 19th. Glee's wife is the former Doris Long, and they have two children, Billie and Nancy Ruth. Mrs. Pitcher and the children spent the week end visiting Dr. and Mrs. Crabb in Mason City. Marie Carney, RN, of Oakland, Iowa, is here visiting her grandmother, Mrs. J. B. Johnston, and other relatives, the Harold Lamp-. home Saturday and visit a few- days with" a daughter in Des oines and two in Council Bluffs. Edwin cady, cousin of Evelyn Cady, arrived Wednesday evening or a few days visit here with .Evelyn and her mother Mrs. Elsie Cady. Edwin, son of the. late Mr. nd Mrs. Pat Cady, is from Houson, Texas, and before coming to Algona had spent a few days vis- ting Dr. Gerald Cady in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Emll Woodford nd three sons, James, Robert, and Billy, left Wednesday for Los Angeles, Calif., after visiting a month lere with Mrs. 'Woodford's pa- ents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Noland. The Woodfords afe stopping at Omaha to visit her brother, Or- •ille, and family and another irother, Wayne. Mrs. Noland ac- ompanled them as far as Omaha or a visit also and will return to Algona in a few days. Phyllis Parsons, daughter of Urs. Charlotte Parsons, arrived Sunday from Laramie, Wyoming, where she is attending the University of Wyoming and will be a icnior next year, completing her ollege course in three years. She will be employed at the Llnnna & Jynch law offices during the month of August. She Was employed there prior to her college work. ?hyllis Fauerby, also employed at liinnan & Lynch's, leaves Monday 'or a two weeks' vacation. Meredith Larson, who has spent he past month here visiting her rights and Ed Carneys. 'Johnston will accompany parents, M>. and M"r8v¥,;.C. fir- son, leaves Friday i&f Ghicag& where she will be a senior nitfse at St Luke's hospital, this LaK sons' other two daiifhte*§ have also been visiting here and .Will leave Saturday morhi&g. Dr. and . thiir time at Lake ; their paints joined: weekend. at I •'''"''...; • •'..,•;. Dr. J, P. Herrig announces the opening of his offifces ott Monday, August 13 z North Dodge Street, Haggard & Peterson Bldg., Rooms 13 and 15 Algona, Iowa FOR THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY " Ivoiy Soap 10c Large Bar Oxydol 10e Small Pkg. Folqers Coffee 2 Ibs 55c J A R R U B B E R S 3 *. 12c REG. MASON JAR COVERS Del Monte TOMATO JUICE BROOKS CATSUP BAB-0 :.No. 2 can 2 doz. for 25c Large Bottle — each cans H I L E A ;iim ,_ __.„. jug||| OMAR FLOUR .............. ,_. smbll Mrs. Marie Out of the ttlgh Rent District and the Saving Is Yours Lotts Creek Store LOTTS CREEK, IOWA General Meroiw.|idJse-n\Vork Clothing •** Groceries, Fruits, Meats, Hardware Oil, Tires,' Highest Prices lor Ypur Eggs, The I^otts Creek Store, offers a variety p{, merchandise, but one th , , never changes. That is the which is always ! Hvfsry day is Bar, Day at this establishment, , The store is weu known to th* ef the I^Qtts Creek munjty as ai (Jejfnfliable shopping centep, This store 'stocks a com* pjeit^ line pf groceries, fruits and] vegetables, vi?prk v clothing hajjjwsre, It il tlje, exclusive shpp* '' - THURS., FRI., SAT. AUG. 2-3-4 BLAZING ACTION! Second Attraction Lynn Merrick In "BLONDE FROM BROOKLYN" Serial "IWyslery of River Boat' 1 SVN.I WfON., -TUES-. WED. •• IHRILLS GALORE! BILL1U.I Sf^|s|s^^slS^^tS*wr^*j3-"- [£££4 •& gal. jug VwC Ciisco 31b. jar 69c Potatoes 49c Ib. MEJ^NEDOipDUPE ^^L±^£. ORANGES MedtanSlze 43Ol2ll EXTRA LARGE LEMONS ..... ;..; "_ .....l.X.56 L A R G E LETT U C E .;_„_.: 11 ;.• ^ 13c WATERMELONS for lOc ®* 291 »,: Algona Cr. Butter r 43c MINCED HAM | WIE N E R S SktalKS :...................._.....„..........,:;;,* 32c RING BOLOGNA PICKLED PIGS PREM •'.,'.' ' ; • • - - ; V-^XJ-V'XUM I I! JM 4T1 Swifts - ,..». ,.,,.,,....;..,,,.r,: Tt .., 7 ,,...4 t ,,,,,,u.-,«,.w 1? fl?6» PURE LARB_.,..,.._ CO R NED B El F> ^< SPRING CHICKfM«tt l;fc;.S'6'--««i'.-: : V-r»,^WV^«SCif-aS5S:SS»'Bi« |S^*'*^!^fej:^li5?;5Sf^*SygK;^l@p-*^9f|B IstfeS-'iSsSaltSffiifiiS^iMiSlBSH

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