The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 9, 1945 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 9, 1945
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fhe Afgdfta tijmitt l^^i^^AtiM 1 IDE CAPTAIN'S flDICAL UNIT RECEIVES PLAQUE Bode: Capt. LeRoy Enger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Axel Enger, recently mailed a copy of the 6th infantry division's G. I. newspaper, printed in the Philippines, commending the 6th medical battalion. Captain Enger, a member of that medical battalion, has been over- areas in the Pacific for two years. The battalion received a plaque for meritorious service for functioning "in a most outstanding manner," for treating "a very large number of casualties under the most trying and difficult circumstances." When the typhus epidemic reached Dutch New Guinea in August, 1944, the 6th medical battalion was the only medical installation in the area until the arrival of an evacuation hospital 17 days later. "The outstanding medical care and the unceasing efforts of all personnel of the 6th medical battalion, together with -a superior standard of discipline, courtesy and morale exemplify the highest tradition of the army medical department," the article said. Guy Trauger Buys Lu Verne Theater; Remodels Building LuVerne: Guy Trauger and his daughter, Mrs. Robert Bierma, have purchased the local theater and have done redecorating and remodeling of the building. THey also have purchased two new machines. The name chosen for the house is the "Vern Ledyard Vicinity Mw& Hems Mrs. Cecil Spatcher and Son David left Sunday for Fayette t< spend a week visiting Mr. Spatch er's parents. Mrs. Jerry Sullivan, Mrs. Angus Sprank, Mrs. Henry Dyer and Mrs George Thompson were Falrmon shoppers -Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Water house and Douglas left Sunday morning for Minnesota to spend a few days vacation. Sgt. Paul Garry Field, Ala., came of Maxwel Saturday ti movie Theatre." There will be shows every night except Thursday and a Sunday matinee at 2:30. Three complete show change during the week are scheduled. Mrs. Bierma will manage the theatre. Read The Want Ads—It Pays spend a short furlough with hi mother Mrs. Alice Garry, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Olson anc family and Mrs. Milo Halvorson of Buffalo Center, were Sunday guests at the E. T. Halvorson home Mr. and Mrs. Carl Burrows ant Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Burrows and children went to Windom, Minn. Saturday to visit relatives over the week end. Mrs. Virgil Laucks entertained a group of relatives in honor of the twins' Audrey's and, Allan's birthday. Patty Johnson and Doris Gabel were also guests. The pictures which were to be shown in the Evangelical and Reformed church this Thursday evening have been postponed until some time in September. There will be a United Service Women's work meeting at the home of Mrs. Albert Barnes Aug. 10. All members should bring scissors, needles and thread. Pvt. Ervin Krammesmeier, who was wounded in Europe and has since been in the hospital, arrived home Sunday to spend a furlough with hi? mother and other relatives. • - • -•'-..Saturday a group oftneighbors gave a birthday party and handkerchief shower for Mrs. John Manthei at her home. The afternoon was spent visiting and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Max Zorling and daifehter Jean, of Minneapolis, Minn., spent Saturday and Sunday at the D. A. Carpenter home. Mrs. Zorling and Mrs. Carpenter are sisters. WE ARE COOPERATING WITH THE GOV'T. ' FUEL CONSERVATION i , PROGRAM , AS LOW AS. .. FOR COMPLETE JOB. (LABOR AND MATERIAL) USE OUR THRIFTY PAYMENT PLAN Our Government asks that everyone save fuel. You can save fuel and save money, too, by insulating with Homeguard Insulation. Seal out winter cold and summer heat. You'll have a comfortable home the year around. Homeguard Insulation is fluffy light. Resists moisture, will not settle. FOR PROFESSIONAL RESULTS, USE ALL PURPOSE VARNISH Reg. $3.79 SALE 98 CAULKING SAVES FUfcL 'RENT OUR GUN 25 c ADAV Fill cracks, crevices around doors, windows, chimneys and foundations. You' can do a professional job. Gun works easily, quickly, efficiently. (Deposit Required) Caulking Compound—Remains pliable,won't crack. J/10 Gallon. ,,.,.;; v ;,;,., ,^ OQ C VENTILATORS 8*x16' 3189 Gamble's attic louvres: i keep hot air from settling over insulated rooms below. 8' * 8' |1.49 i 8'12' 1.69 Roof Type ..,.. 3.19 Gromftfel <Thf friendly §for* ./- Mr. anc} Mrs. W. M. Willlaffli Sally and Walker, and MfS. Will lam's sister, all of Clinton, si>en the week end at the W. E. Wleme and E. E. Williams homes. Sally remained for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. darpente and Jackie left Saturday for Ojin to spend a week withJier pafeht Mr. and Mrs. j. G. Swartzell. He brother Robert Swartzell, who i an officer in the navy is home on leave. Mr. and Mrs. Kt. M. Dyer had i telegram that their son Lt. Glem Dyer, who has been in the Europ can war for several years and ha been wounded several times, hai landed in this country and will be home in the near future. S-Sgt. Glenn Reece came Sat urday to spend a short furlougl with his parents Mr. and Mrs. I» W. Reece. Glenn has been in thi European conflict and after hi: furlough will report back to Durham, N. C., for reassignment. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Barnes ant Mrs. William Green and Esther went to Baxter Saturday to visi relatives. Mrs. Barnes' daughter Dorothy Stubbe, who works in Chicago, 111., was also there spending her vacation. They returnee Monday evening. Mrs, Lumetta Reece, who has been visiting in Des Moines returned home Saturday. At the same time Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ver Steeg and daughter came to visit at the parental Ed Reece home. Mr. Ver Steeg is an instructor at the naval training station at Bunker Hill, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bonstetter and family of Wallingford, were Sunday guests at the Clayton Soseboro home. Mr. Bonstetter is . Roseboro's brother. Mr. toseboro, who cut his foot while mtchering last week, is able to be out on crutches but still has to go and have the wound dressed frequently. Darlee Schroeder and Geraldme Manthei went to Blue Earth Friday evening to visit over the week end at the Albert Brand home. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder went after them and all went to Interloken for a picnic, all went to Interlaken for a picnic, were Blue Earth' shoppers last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Wood and daughter Nancy Ann and another daughter and her husband, Sgt. and Mrs. David Hagendorn, all of Des Moines, visited last Thursday at the D. A. Carpenter home. Sergeant Hagandorn just returned from a rest camp and has had a medical discharge after serving three years with the marines in the Pacific. Mr. Wood is a brother of Mrs. Carpenter. ST. JOE NEWS Thilgcs Shower A pre-nuptial coin and miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Miss Florence Thilges in St. Joseph's hall Sunday afternoon. ,i The afternoon was sperjt' playing cards. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Charles Plathe in bridge and Mrs. Nicholas Weydert in 500 Mrs. Alysious Thilges was awarded the door prize. Miss Thilges will be married to Michael Hofers Monday morning in St. Joseph's church at 8:30 a. m. Furlough Visit Sgt. Arthur Plathe from Indian Town Gap, Pa., arrived here Sunday for a furlough with his wife and daughter and with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Plathe, and many other relatives and friends. Gisch Family Reunion. A Gisch family reunion was held last Sunday at the Henry Ziemet home in honor of Wilfred Gisch, home on 30-day leave from the navy. Sister M. Marcellita, the former Caroline Gisch, from Mt. St. Francis Convent, Dubuque, arrived here Friday for several days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Neuroth, from California, had arrived here the previous week. Mrs. Neuroth is the former Genevieve Gisch. S/Sgt. Carl Ernst left Monday for North Carolina after a 2-week furlough here with relatives and friends. Rev. Fr. George Theobald visited last week with his sister who came from Mount St. Francis Convent, Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kramer and sons from Dexter, Minn., visited with relatives and friends here the first of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hupiemey- er and sons of Orleans, Nebr., visited with relatives and friends here. Mrs. Hupiemeyer is a sister of Alvin Klein, of St. Joe and Nick Klein, of Livermore. J. R. Schutjer Implements Phone 66 Titonka, Iowa John Deere Implements and Tractors Sales and Service. Complete Stock of Parts. J. R. Schutjer operates an establishment which is known far and wide for he is one of the foremost dealers in farm implements and farm machinery and tractors in this section. The firm is under the direction of experienced management, namely, Mr. Schutjer, who knows the business from A to Z. During the time that he has been in business he has built a wonderful trade from the surrounding territory, and it is safe to assert that the name and business >s probably better known among the farmers of this section than any of the other similar towns and cities. Men are in charge who are courteous and accommodating and who will be pleased to demonstrate to any farmer who desires to drop into this favorite trading place and keep up on the late models of farm implements and supplies. • They do not feel that their ob- ligatipn to you ceases with the sale of a piece of farm equipment but endeavor to see that you receive satisfactory service from items which they sell. They carry a complete stock of genuine factory replacement parts for this line and are in a position to give you good service. Drop in and get ecqVainted. Talk over your heeds now. They wiU appreciate your bpiness. LEDYARD BOY HARRIES GIRL FRONSJOUXCiTY Ledyaf d: Eleanor 6 Louise Youngberg, daughter of Mr. aftd Mrs. Martin Youngberg, of Siqu* City, and Cpl. Duane Edward Thompson, son of Mr 1 , and Mrs, George Thompson, of , Ledyftrd. were united in marriage July 28 by Rev. Paul Calhouh In the First Presbyterian church, Spokane, Wash. They were attended by Lt. and Mrs. Robert 'Harttmerqu'lst, of Spokane, cousins of the bride. The ceremony was a double-ring ceremony. The bride wore white with navy bllie accessories and carried gardenias. The bridesmaid was attired in rose with a corsage of gardenias and rose buds. Following the wedding, luncheon was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hammerquist. Other guests included Cpl, and Mrs. Jack Kelly, of Geigerfield', an instructor where Duane attends school. Cpl. and Mrs. Thompson now are at home at the Westminster Apartments in Spokane. Mrs. Thompson attended Morn- Ingside college in Sioux City and has been doing secretarial work for General Electric there. Corporal Thompson graduated from the Ledyard high school. He later attended Morningside college, but 'before graduation he enlisted in the army and has been in service two and a half years. $200-An-Acre Farm A. M. Peterson, real estate broker at Titonka, has sold 80 acres be- onging to W. P. Stenzel to George Jesse, from near Wesley, for $200 an acre. The land is one-half mile west of Titonka and is well im- jroved. JH berg recently received ah 1 army discharge; at Chickasaw Haspltai, Pkla., whete he has 'been cbhval* esdfig dih6e last April, - At that time he was evacuated to the States from an .English hospital. He Was wounded in the European theater of war Dec, 16, 1944. Mis wife has been with him In Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. Jongs* berg visited her folks at Abilene, Tex., and arrived here Thursday at the home of his parents, the John Jongbergs. Spuds In them Hills. "Ray Knight, who lives on the „ hill 48 bneVnill. Thif af§ ,'6» th§ window of ieiev liiiiijfcfci ®^^ Entertain Relatives Mr. and Mrs. E-wald fiusch entertained a number of relatives at their home Sunday everting In honor of Mr. Rusch's sister, Mrs. Oliver L.entz, Charles City, who Is visiting with relatives here and at Letts Creek. Those present We're .v-wvwwwi/wwwvw%-wv* Grotte's Cafe CLOSED AUG. 12 TO AUG. 21 (WJCWJSIVE) ., FOR VACATION OPEN AGAIN r , AUG. 22 left fat AMidlds Park Sundatf mdriiinf to 8JSeft i frbifi the M; w. o>mm mt& Mr. find Mis. fey Crawford M family spent last week visiting with Mr, Crawford's ffithei 1 , James Crawford; and ether relatives, ^lIlM, •mi8jtfii<m ft ISMHonW . mm-tt&ffitiXi 'tam-mST SdltfS . :• pew, Sb6ftt'fiiverardastt hetf with thelf grfihdpar6nir MR &M Herman Meyer,ia|t week^ returned Koftie- Friday 1 evettlnS* NEW Potter sweep rakes, Wttgott boxes. Baiter tanks, Steel hog feeders. Electric motors. End* gate seeders. Manure loaders. Grain blowers, Power saw. 2 h. #, gas engines, We have a good assortment of preconditioned used machines, v We have complete service for Allis-Chalmers, Oliver, New Idea, Massey-Uarris and Firestone. "Firestone" Tires "Hydraulic Farm Hand Stacker Loader* Phone 714 Algona, Iowa "Tractolube" Oil BRADLEY BROS. This is the Week to Can CALIFORNIA ibinHood FLOUR. HONEY Folgers COFFEE Carnation MILK Apple BUTTER Peanut BUTTER $1.29 >»29e can, 29C 28 ., jar 25c l 2 o,Jar 15C Now Lower In Point Value Beef Chicken romi tree • LOAF „ lb .35c|AEROWAX Polish SAUSAGE Cottage CHEESE Assorted TONGUE BOLOGNA COLD MEAT TOASTIES 25c Sunshine GRAHAMS, lb Upton's TEA BREAD Old English „, TOOTHPICKS 4c *ut*tctHv*i • - ''••'• ••••'. BLACK PEPPER 5M ,19c JAR RUBBERS ; VINEGAR CERTO '.'• •" : - : trp'-^ f; Sw ! '"-rffc^rfp'^ : jSW'"4i ! !-i=ffei:^Ji35» '-' ; «¥l^sg:Sf fiStf ;I^^

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