The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 16, 1945 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 16, 1945
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.-.••• •••^S'-i'^r'^'^'i^-",'•''-.•'•}•; /'^£i$S?:cfhii?t'i^rt^|^ \-i-r Vff s s *f- ?K, EACITYANS BRING TWO Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hardt drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to meet Buell Johnson, who was returning home after receiving an honorable discharge from the Coast Guard. They also brought home with them Pfc, George Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs, Ivan Elliott, who came home on 30-day furlough after two years spent with a troop-carrier outfit at Anchorage, Alaska. George's visit was a surprise to his parents and is his first furlough home since he entered the service soon after graduation from the local high school three years ago. He came from Alaska to the States by boat, completing the entire boat and train trip in one day short of two weeks. He says Anchorage is a good place for the citizen who has plenty of money to spend, but the average GI doesn't enjoy life there. A Mr. Naeve, member of the Fairmont branch of the Gideon society, filled the pulpit at the Bap- tist church Sunday. 'The church IS temporarily without a pastor Since the resignation of Rev. S. A., Andersen last month. Among out-of-town friends who came for the funeral services of Martin Nelson, longtime resident and business man here, was Mrs. Henry Kulander, of Minneapolis, Minn. The late Dr. Kulander for many years had his dentist offices in the rooms over the Nelson store. Mrs. Kulander came Friday and remainded for a short visit with old friends and neighbors. Four baptisms took place at the Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday morning. The Rev. A. W. Youngquist administered the sacrament to Constance Marie and Charlotte Rose, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Swanson, to Betty Jean Cassem, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cassem, and to Leila Jeanelle Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scott. Sgt. Wayne Fagerlurid and wife arrived Sunday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Fagerlund. Wayne has been with a hospital unit in Germany recently, having spent nearly four years overseas. His picture appeared in the rotogravure section of Sunday's Des Moines Register in connection with the visit of Joy Hodges, actress and former Des Moines girl, to the German town of Bayreuth. Another Carload STEEL POSTS Just Arrived ALSO ANOTHER SHIPMENT OF WOVEN WIRE AND BARB WIRE Come In and Get Your Needs While The Supply Lasts. Botsford Lumber Co. Phone 256 Jim Pool PARTIES FORM FAREWELL FOR SENECA INDUCTEE Seneca: {Jaylord Olsen, who left from Algona Aug. 7 for arj Induction center, was guest at several parties before his departure. On Friday evening, Aug. 3, lie was honored at a farewell party at the Seneca Lutheran church. On Saturday evening, Aug. 4, the Olsens held a party in his honor and presented him with an identification bracelet. Present were Mrs. Thomas Cody and sons, of Lake Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preston and sons, of Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Olsen and family and the Bertyl Berk- lands, from Fentonv and the Melvin Brathruds and the Albert Codys, from Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Olsen and the Norman Thompsons also were there. Sunday evening the Larson side of the family held a party. Present were the Earl Staffords, Harvey Echarts, Dennis Schulers and Kenneth Larsons, all of Mallard; Mrs. Edward Hartman of Mason City; Mrs. Carrie Larson and Eldon Larson from Emmetsburg; Cpl. Lois Kriens of Los Nietas, Calif.; the Ray Goerings, of Jackson, Minn.; the Irvin Classens, the Howard Prestons, Barbara Classen and Shirley Culbertson, also of Jackson. Monday evening, Aug. 6, Gene Bollig and Kenneth Campbell staged a surprise party for Gaylord at the Norman Thompson home. Guests included Donald Kennedy, Bob Foley, Paul Lynch, LaVon Bailey, Bob Wilberg, Bob Ullestad, Shirley Culbertson, Donna and Barbara Classen, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preston and sons, Mrs. Otto Wilberg, Jeanne and Delores and the Curtis Olsens. Recovers from Operation Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson, had a goitre operation at the Kohler hospital, Rochester, Minn., July 30. Reports 6*6 that he is mftkiftg a recovery, •• -. ..„ Pneumonia. . v Gene BollUt has been iU since Monday eveniflg and wan taken. t& the Kossuth county hospital, Algona, Thursday noon. He 'has pneumonia. Home from Hospital Mrs. Ole Pedersen was brought home from the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Aug. 8 where she had her tonsils removed. She is now able to be up part of the time. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen and family were Monday evening .dinner guests at the Otto Wilberg home. . . t* • Donna Classen spent from Tuesday until Saturday of last week at the Ray Goerlng home at Jackson, Minn. ' LaVonhe Bailey accompanied the Clarence Yagers to Des Moines weekend before last where she visited Lorraine Wegener. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Thompson attended the funeral of the former's great uncle, Tom Bjelland, at Lake Mills, Wednesday. ; LaVonne Bailey, Donna Jean Bollig, Margery Osborn and Elizabeth Henricksen spent , several days last week vacationing at Lake Okoboji. T-Sgt. Robert Lynch, accompanied by a friend, spent the weekend with Robert's parents, the Dan Lynches. The boys are stationed at Sioux Falls, S. D. Several Seneca young people attended Bible camp at the Danish Lutheran camp at Okoboji last week. They were Marvin and Donald 'Wilberg, Jeanne and Delores Wilberg, Donna Jean Cody and Jackie Leoft. Ruby and Arlot Cherland, of the Burt community also were there. Mrs. C. O. Bailey and LaVon spent Friday afternoon at Fenton where they helped Mrs. Bailey's mother, Mrs. G. W. Yager, observe her birthday. Also present were Mrs. C. F. Wegener, Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Yager and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Wegener and sons Kern and Don of Des Moines. evening at thi ffotnfe PMei* -Thompsoni : ; .'.•".",/ : . : . • •; ;c>, :••. '* Mrs, Kathryn: eroket sM eM* Sft Jlae, Jam«s ftftd JUUK-.<8t East Chicago, In&i artd Frfd 'fiftf « 1st Were suppe? gUeStS JMtdttdftSj evening at the home of Mr. find Mrs. F. t Chapman. Norma HanseMan, daughter of Mr;'and Mrs. Charles Hanselman, has gone to Des Moines where She will begin work as A nurses aid. Nofma IS a 1945 graduated the LuVerne high school. Mr. and Mrs. Waited Heftl and Marlln accompanied by Mr. ami Mrs. John Zimmerman of Qoldfleld went to Cedar Falls Sunday where they attended the services at the Evangelical convention. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pergande and sons Wayne and Robert, Mi's. Julia Pergande, Mrs. Fred Swab and family, Mrs. Margaret Swab and Mrs. Emilie Behnkeftdorf were visitors in West Bend Sunday afternoon. Lloyd Spooner and son Jack, of San Antonio, Tex., visited friends here one day last week. They also visited the former's mother Mrs. A. L. Spooner at Fort Dodge. The Spooners are former LuVerne residents. Mrs. Henry Marty came home Sunday from Cedar Falls where she had spent the week at the Evangelical Assembly. Mrs. Marty "was a delegate from the women's missionary society from the local Evangelical church. Sgt. Wayne Sanford came Saturday from Nashville, Tenn., to spend a furlough with his wife and with his parents Mr. and Mrs, Frank Sanford. He will report to a camp In California upon completion 6f his furlough. A family dinner honoring the eighty-fifth birthday of Mrs. Emma Voss was held Sunday at her •home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. John Voss Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pergande and daughters Evelyn and Elizabeth. Lu Verrie Vicinity News Items Henry Kruse returned home recently from a hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs. Clara Sankey and Bert of Algona were visitors Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Anna Sankey. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walters of Rochester, N. Y., visited recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van Draska. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Northrup of Minot, N. D., spent several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Dimler. The Good Will club will meet Aug. 30 at the home of Mrs. Ted Wegner. Mrs. H. T. Blumer will be assistant hostess. Mi: and Mrs. C. W. Cote and family were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbevt French in Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thompson of Eagle Grove, were dinner guests Sunday at the home of her mother Mrs. H. E. Peitzke. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and Doris were guests Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Kraft at Kanawha. Mrs. Cecil Wermerson of Fort Dodge spent several days visiting KOSSUTH COUNTY Tues. - Wed. August 28-29 TUESDAY WLS NATIONAL BARN DANCE Ball Game—Bancroft vs. Algona 4-H Girls' Pageant—Tuesday Evening WEDNESDAY The Prince of Daredevils SENECA SADDLE CLUB. ALSO NINE VAUDEVILLE ACTS At Grandstand Afternoon and Evening Grandstand shows start at 1:30 and 8:00 p, m, Complete Change of Show Each Day WM. T. COLLINS SHOWS ON MIDWAY Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, August 27-28-29 18 Shows, Rides, Attractions 4-H LIVESTOCK DISPLAY~i GIRLS EXHIBIT FLORAL HALL EXHIBITS ADMISSION "f f ' v -^''":' Gate—Adults, 29c plus 6c tax, 35c. ChUdren 10 and under free. Grandstand—Adults, 33c plus 7c tax, 40c. ChUdren 10 and under free. . __-., -,_A, ; .ta ftiSlt nlS'Wlfei has beett at the Some «f -het MfY dftd MfsV; Aft J S6r the past' seVefalJftbftths, 3'MdH, the fblfhier D6n«fi "" attd babjr 86n will rettifi with her husbahd, . Clettent M. StWpllrig, 18,' sbtt of Mr ,and Mrs. "Mike J. "Stripling, who recently entered the navy now is receiving his inlti&l naval indoctrination at the U. S. Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111. Stripling is a 1946 graduate of the LuVerne high school. Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Nolan and daughters Betty Jean and Joan Marie, of Omahfc, Nebr., spent several days visiting at the home of her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Ooetsch, and also at'the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sykes at LivermOre, Mrs. Kathryn Croker and daughter Kae of East Chicago, Ind., spent from Sunday until Wednesday visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagist. James and Allen Croker who have spent the past few months at the home of their grandparents, returned home with their mother. Mrs. Raymond Pettigrew arrived home Thursday from Louisiana where she has been for several months with her husband, Sgt. Raymond Pettigrew, who was Stationed there with the army. Sergeant Pettigrew left recently for overseas duty. Mrs. Pettigrew is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pergande. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray an* children Roberta and Patricia of Dayton, Ohio, are spending a two weeks vacation at the home Of Mrs. Murray's 'parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wolf, and with Mr. Murray's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Murray. Mrs. Murray and daughters will remain at the home of than Order your DeKalb GENE HOOD - - ALGONA, IOWA C. V. MANGLE - LiyEBMOBE, IOWA M. L.BESCH - WfflTTEMOBE, IOWA :t the home of her daughter and amily, -Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus. Sgt. Francis Hinz arrived re- ently from California to spend a urlough at the home of his pa- ents Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hinz. Mrs. William Veldhouse and two hildren of Garner visited recent- y with friends here. The Veld- ouses are former LuVerne residents. Mrs. Fred Swab and family and VIrs. Margaret Swab, all of Blue iarth, Minn., were week end guests it the home of Mrs. Julia Per- ande. Kenneth Sorenson and Dorothy iwanson were visitors Sunday at he home of her parents Mr. and VTrs. Ernest Swanson in Lake fiew. Miss Selma Behnkendorf and ;rnest Bratland of Bode were guests Sunday evening at the home her mother Mrs. Emilie-Behn- <endorf. ' Miss Betty Ramus of Des Moines s spending a week's vacation at he home of her parents Mr. and VIrs. Otto Ramus and with other elatives. Mrs. Frank Kendall of Fort Jodge, was a guest for a few days at the home of her mother Mrs. Anna Ruberg, and also with her ister Cora. Mr. and Mrs. John Stampka and laughter Margo spent a few days at Jamestown, N. D., visiting his rother, who is home on a fur- ough from the army. Mrs. Roland Elbert of Algona, pent several days visiting at the lome of her grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Blumer. Mrs. Elbert is the ormer Sylvia Becker. Weekend guests at the home of and Mrs. Guy Giddings Sr., Mrs. VIrs. Guy C. Giddings were Mr. Rodney Giddings and Mrs. Willam Giddings, all of Burt. Marjorie Riley visited Sunday afternoon and evening in Algona with her cousin' and family Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Martin and their son Ralph ,of Rich Hill, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant left _aturday for Auburn to spend several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. William Larmier and her randchilren Norman, Rita, Dale and Myrna spent the week end in Des Moines visiting Mrs. Larmier's son Dick, who is employed there. Mrs Charles Clement of Algona Mrs. Claude Whitehall and Mrs. Harold Angus and son, of Burt, visited Monday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Dimler. The Presbyterian ladies association will meet next Thursday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. Guy Trauger. The lesson will be given by Mrs. Emmett Kanry. Mrs. Walter Engel and daughter Meredith, Mrs. Aksel Neilson, Mrs. Marie Hunt and son Edwin were guests Friday at the home of Mr. ad Mrs. Martin Larson in Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. William Krause of Plover visited friends here Saturday evening. Mrs. Krause is the former Lillian Roggow who taught in the local high school for several years. Mrs. Fred Merkle and children took her mother Mrs. Emma Lehman, to her home at Boxholm Thursday. Mrs. Lehman has spent two weeks visiting at the Merkle home. Arnold Hjelle came home Saturday from Iowa City where he had spent several weeks attending summer school. Mr. Hjelle is superintendent of the local high school, Mr. and Mrs. George Deltzel and daughter Ruth Ann, of Spencer, visited Saturday at the home of her mother Mrs. H. B. Peit?ke. Mrs. Deitzel remained for 8 longer visit. Delia Jean Hefti, Doris Miller, Marilyn Hefti and Betty Hefti are attending the youth fellowship meeting at the Evangelical assembly convention at Riverview Park in Cedar Falls. Miss Margaret R. Ball, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Blwr Egli, of Manson, and S-Sgt Edward J. Lindebak, son of Mr. an4 Mrs. J. A. Lindebak, of LuVernf, were married Aug. 4 at KjW**p City, Mo, WASHINGTON COMB. FANCY & EX. FANCY $1.98 20-lb. Lug GARDEN FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES POTATOES 10 "45 WASH. WHITE ROSE, U. S. NO. 1 CALIFORNIA BARTLETT PEARS .. ,,„. 15c CALIF. aBAVBNSMKN—Eating or Cooking APPLES 2 „,.. 27e WHITE AND PASCAL—HOME GROWN CELERY 2 8taUM 27c SUNKIST—ALL SIZES LEMONS u,. 12c NEW, OBEEN CABBAGE u . 3c FRESH, GREEN TOP BEETS ... ,.s B«nch 5c SHALL, TENDER GREEN ONIONS B^ 5c OBANBI^ATED SUGAR ......... LIQUID FRUIT nscrrwr CERTO ....,..... BALL OB KEBB MASON. QUART JARS ..... BALI. OB KERB MA80N ^eu&a, _,_ | PINT JARS ....'..^USSf.»«. 5Sc Faint Free . ...7* ... __^ GRAPEFRUIT JUICE .... %? 29c, 10&67c 24c WSScI CALIFORNIA ELBERTAS PEACHES V-8 Cocktail Meat and Produce Prices \Are Effective iThurs., Fri. 6 Sat. ORANGES CALIF. SUNKIST, 288 SIZE & LARGER 344 SlM 'ind Smallor. 9 Lbi. 39c 8 VEGETABLE JUICES SBN RAYED . . . i TOMATO JUICE .., 3 £T 25c GREEN LABEL-HOLA60EI BRER RABBIT .^^^ 83 20c »~ 5c HARGROVE'S IMIT, VANILLA .. JCNKET ' RENNET TABLETS ..„.* HALVES AND PIECES :J..J WALNUT MEATS NATIONAL'S MARKET VALUES BotU* 12c 59 c Salerno Saltines SODA • CRACKERS CBAOKEES [SUNSHINE GRAHAMS .. ££; 20ci NATIONAL JUMBO ENRICHED ' WHITE BREAD pfi^U NATIONAL RYE BREAD i£ 10 OUB BREAKFAST COFFEE . 4 , ££ 59 BLACK SALADATEA $3; 4* COTTAGE CHEESE j u»,15c Rice Krispies SMOKED Spare Ribs FINi FOR BAMtCUC t CORN CODNTBY—AMERICAN CHEESE ;,,,.,,.,2 i* SKINLESS COLD MEATS,;,,, **», 15c SWOBB-HSriCEB • LUNCHEON MEAT . u , 45c OU) FASIilONKO •flUIKfitut,,. w , »~ KELLOGG S CHICKENS ii«i "^" GRAPE ROASTERS DOG KiBJIES .... ,„,, fl^BH^IBW^BPIlSSlffiWIPR^JIH^^^WWWw^^-^^^jciEssjf^^^ MACARONI 01 4fH|TTI, T iHPi^^p^fppp^l' _-' •JB^SBP^Ip.IIHp'jIi ;\' I fS'l m

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