The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 23, 1945 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 23, 1945
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JEAN CM PRO- MOTH) TO PETTY OFFICER, LEDYARD Ledyard: Jean Lucille Gabel of the WAViES, daughter of Mrs. Martha Oabel, recently was advanced in rating from seaman first class to petty officer third class. She now holds the storekeeper, disbursing rate. On August 14th Jean was transferred from the naval air station at Pasco, Wash., where she has been stationed for one year, to Sand Point air station at Seattle, Wash. At Seattle she will be working in the demobilization unit ior the discharging of navy service men from the 13th naval district, who have sufficient points and whose services are no longer needed. Jean has been in the navy for 14 months. She has a sister Cleo G. Stubbe, Sp (S) 3-c, also in the "WAVES, who is stationed at Jacksonville, Florida. Picnic at Tuttle Lake A neighborhood picnic was held at Tuttle lake Sunday. The following families attended, Henry See- bergs, Fred Selbergs, H. Reit- meiers, Alvin Busches' Kenneth Busches, Robert Gustafsons, Reuben Lutter, Chester Johnsons, Raymond Johnsons, also Mrs. Earl Kvamsdale, Ervin Brandt, Junior Askeland and Melbourne Haag. Fred Wolf of Graettinger called at the Clayton Roseboro home Saturday evening. Chicken Supper Parish Hall St. Benedict, Iowa Sunday, August 26 Serving Starts 5:00 to 8:00 p. m. Tickets 75c Mr. and Mrs. Charles fiashara and family enjoyed a picnid a Tuttle Lake Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schreede and family attended a family pic* njc at Algona on Sunday. ' Glenn Yahnke spent last Weel In Minneapolis and at Wilfre< Barslows at Little Bay Lake. The August and Ervih Klinksiep families and Ted Thllges family were at Tuttle Lake on Sunday. Bans of matrimony were reac Sunday in the Sacred Heart church for Sgt. Paul Garry and Antoinette Snyder of Bancroft. A group of neighbors and friends pleasantly surprised Mrs. Wm Green at her home Friday nigW in honor of her birthday. Rev. and Mrs. Edward Cass returned Saturday from a two weeks vacation spent at their parents' homes in and near Fayette. The Methodist women's society will be entertained in the church basement Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Kelly as hostess. Sgt. Paul Garry of Maxwell Field, Alabama, came last Wednesday to spend a 15-day furlough with his mother Mrs. Alice Garry and family. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleich were called to Hurt Thursday when Mr. Bleich's mother fell and broke her hip. Mrs. A. Bleich remained to assist a nurse in caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Tellmaney of Ames came Sunday to spend a week's vacation with his sister Mrs. L. W. Wiemer and her brothers Everett and John Hartshorn. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Nitz and Ralph Clarke of Lakota went to Mankato Sunday to see Max Nitz who is in Mankato with Mrs. Nitz who is in the hospital there. She is doing as well as could be expected at this time. Mrs. Marvin Lioyd and son returned last week from California where she has been living with her sister. She will now join her husband who has just returned from overseas and has received his discharge from service. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wiemer and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Williams went to Waverly Sunday and met Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Williams of Clinton. Sally Williams who has been visiting here the past two weeks returned home with her parents. Special Fur Showing Of ;• MARSHALL AND SWIFT FINE FURS At Elite Shop Sat. Aug. 25 Buy your new fur coat during this August Sale and save. We are now showing a complete line of Muskrats . . . Silver Fox . . . Seals . . . and all the most popular fur coats. Ask about our easy payment plans. WESLEY LEGION EEOS OFFICERS Wesley: tvawtence youttgw: was elected commander of th American Legion Post at thel meeting Saturday night. Le Bleich was elected, vice command er; Al Loebig, adjutant; L. L Lease, finance officer; Lawrenc Koppen, sergeant-at^arms; Jo Meurer, chaplain, and J. P. Stude service officer. Lorenz Boys Visit Mere Pfc. Paul Lorenz left Sunda. for Kansas City following a fur lough here at his parental Jullu Lorenz home. Chief Petty Officer Joe Loren left August 14 for San Diego 2allf. He .had also spent a fur lough here, arriving a few hour before his father passed away July 19. Ed Lorenz is expected home an; ;ime from the European war zone He called his mother by telephoni Thursday from Massachusetts say ng he would be home soon. Mends ol 'Bel week' end'ftt ffiS QlSf fulMi6mflrliE " ' is; m^ftifi:at S wtt fatm\wi6rrftfi belli!;Satistirtli »H ;W|if8Mn-Of "filft Post-Nuptial Shower A post-nuptial shower was helt :n the parish hall Sunday evening honoring Mrs. Kenneth Rudstrom nee Ruth Richter. 'Five Hundred" was playec with Mrs. J. M. -Kunz winning ligh score prize and Miss Rose Young of Garner,, low score prize Ruth was married June 16 in :he chapel at the McCloskey hos- jital in Temple, Texas, and her lusb'and, a discharged veteran, is now employed in Minneapolis •vhere they will live as soon as iving quarters can be obtained The bride is a lieutenant in the army nurse corps. She wen hrough the separation center August 6th in Chicago and will re- eive her discharge September 4 ihe came to Wesley August 7 for visit at her parental John Richter home. Dorothy Hauptman Honoree Dorothy Hauptman was hon- ree at a pre-nuptial shower in he parish hall Sunday afternoon VTrs. Stanley Simpson won high jrize in 500 which was the diver- ion of the afternoon. Mrs. Adolph Girres received door prize. Dorohy received many lovely gifts anc i xtended an invitation to all to at- end her wedding to Harold Mar- inek Tuesday morning, Aug. 28 and the dance that evening. Annual Harvest Home Festival The annual Harvest Home Fes- ival will be held in the Congregational church Sunday, Sept. 16 Missionary O. Eckland will be the peaker. The festival will be held n the Upper Flat church Sept. 9 with the same speaker. Irving Haynes has been at Mete, franoe, the past several months. A fellowship meeting was held in the Methodist church Sunday. Hannah Nelson of Algona visited at the Fred Seefelts one day last week. 'Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kollasch spent several days last week in Milwaukee. > Mrs. Al Wagner spent several days last week with her husband in Mason City. Frank Bleich is enjoying his two weeks vacation as second man at the Farmers elevator. Mr. and Mrs. U. Marco and Gary are visiting relatives in Sitoley and Lake Park this week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ketchen of Emmetsburg were Sunday guests at the Chas. Kraus home. Verla Johnson was a patient i/i the Mercy hospital Mason City last week with gland fever. The Al Richtsmeier family and the L. L. Lease family were Mason City business callers Friday. Sgt. Harley Haynes, a cook in the army, has lately been transferred from Maryland to Oregon. Dorothy Goetz left Tuesday for Milwaukee where she will be matron at the Sister's visitors home. Ed Funnemark and several turned K&ttie StMdajK, frTJfti week's Outing ifl a cottage at Lake. . ; : . ',,' . •/: .•;.;•••••• Jerry Ll6J>d, Soli of Mrl. Lloyd of Mason City, spent seVerU days aver th« week end h&re yi*< iting friends. The Tom McMahons and SK H H. Raneys were Sunday .visitors at the Chas. Muliins in a cottage at Clear Lake. R. C. Haynes is employed by the Henkel construction company in Mason City. He had worked at the Britt hemp plant. Mrs. Ben Felt and her two There'll be bliss ahead when you can tour again ,,. to brand new sights... to grand old playspots. Your car will go with new-day power, when you can get NEW-DAY /CONOCO BRONZ-Z-Z GASOLINE. For here is the coming of new high- octane! ... New hushed power and panther-like getaway. Credit this great advance to all the research knowledge intensively applied to our war-winning gasolines. And put of it all •was soon as peace permits-swill come your NEW-PAY CONOCO BRONZ-Z-Z GASOLINE ,,, unsurpassed! Continental Oil Company where you see the big red Conoco triangle. That's Your Conoco MUeageMer* chant's Station Identified*, tion. It's your sure sign of gasoline faithfully made to come up to the highest specification/ now permitted. daughters, Mrs. Wagner and Mrs, Nina Ranck are visiting in South Dakota this week. •Mrs. F. Wells and son of Clln* ton were recent visitors at her sister's and brother's, Mai'garet and Marold Carlson. The Lawrence Koppen family are vacationing this week at Lake Coronus, Minn. The pool hall .Is closed for the week. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kelch and two children of EstherVille were Sunday guests at her parental Mrs. Viola Studer home. Mrs. Sam Alne spent the week end with relatives at Story City. Mr. Alne is expected home soon from Washington state. Captain L. L. Pfeffer and Sgt. 3ob Lawson came last-week for their 30-day furloughs. They serv ed in the European war zone. Mr. and Mrs. Don Kraus began lousekeeplng this week • in the Dorothy Goetz house. He , Is assisting in the Kraus general store. Sister Mary Joel, formerly Mary L,orenz, will teach in Farmer, S. 3., this year. She taught in Canton, Ohio, the past several years. Mr. and Mrs. Egland and two daughters'of Houston, Minn., left Monday for their home following a visit at the Ole K. Flom home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meurer spent from Monday morning till Wednesday evening visiting at the Ed Jramble home. The ladies are twins. Geraldine Bruns, storekeeper 2-c, of Norfolk,-Va., visited friends here one day last week. She was on a 5-day leave, at her parental home in Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Christen:en and three children of Algona risited friends here Sunday. They were supper guests at the Mrs. Vlyrtle Kouba home. Mrs. Henry Funnemark and Mrs. ,ester Larson will entertain the 'riscilla Phoebe Society at the longregational church parlors Wednesday, Aug. 29. Rev. E. Lundgren, the local . astor, left August 20 for Aberleen, S. D., where he is in attend- nce at the young peoples conference till this week end. Mrs. Nils M. Johnson has been /isiting her two sons Edward bhnson at St. James, Minn., and Albert Johnson at Grantsburg, ,Vis., the past two weeks. Harold Skow came home Friday rom Wheaton, 111., where he had .ttended the summer session at the ollege. He will return for the fall erm which starts Sept 17. Mr. and Mrs. Will Martinek at-, ended achievement day in the chool house in the neighborhood vhere they lived north of town efore moving to town in March. Richard Martin of Augusta, /Taine, a^ discharged veteran, spent everal days recently at the John ickteig home. He and Capt. Don .ickt&g were buddies in. the Pa- ific war zone. Mrs. Sam Haag and two small ons Monte and Bobbie of Algona vere Sunday guests at her parent- 1 George Ward home. Sam Ha#g, vho was inducted lately is at Fort lill, Oklahoma. Dennis Lickteig, who was re- ently discharged is now operat- ng a Standard oil truck at Clear e. His wife, the former Luella tValdschmidt and "their son are ving at Clear Lake. Mrs. Jeanette Hopkins returned ) LuVerne Thursday where she s housekeeper at the Presbyterian arspnage, following a month's acation. She visited Sioux City, airmont, Minn., Lemars, Algona nd Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. George Kelch Jr. of Kanawha and two children were Sunday guests at the parental Alf Studer home. Laurel Kelch, who had visited at the Alf Studer and Ed Downs homes for 10 days returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Arvin visited friends at Randall Tuesday evening, August 14. Major Lawrence Larson, brother of Mrs. Nils Quam of Randall was home on furlough from the European war zone. Mrs. Ivan Johnson and infant son, Roland Ivan were brought home Thursday from the Kossuth hospital in Algona, where the baby was born August 7. They are at her parental, Olaf Funnemark home, while her husband is in service. Mr. and Mrs. Ihno Gerdes and .Sylvia Ann went to Des Moines Tuesday to get thedr daughter Lavon, now Mrs. Dick Mayes, and her small daughter Suzanne, who flew by plane from Dallas, Texas. Lt. Mayes has gone on to California in preparation for overseas duties. Mrs. Albert Lickteig went to Buffalo Center Monday to accompany her parents, the Joe Smiths, to Rochester, Minn. Her mother, who has not been in good health, will go through- the clinic. Mrs. Lickteig's two small daughters were cared for at the parental Louis Lickteig home, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lyons and three children returned to their home in St. Pau} Thursday of last week. The/had. visited her parents, the Ed Hildemans, and his sister, the George Scuffhams, at Algona. Gary and Mary Ellen had been here for a week before their parents came for them. , §6de: Everyone m fietJe tejole- ed 1ft the wel6<sfne hewU Tuesday evening that the waf with jflpan dver and in trite ArheMean style joined in the tbwh's eele< bratiofij With ringing of bells t attd tooting of horns, from parade bf cars led by the fire truck and the Siren made noise enough for any celebration. Later in the evening an impromptu dance was held Wednesday evening church services were held in St. Olafs Lutheran church by Rev, Maf tin s|ad who with his family are vacationing at Okoboji. Courtesies for Esmay Family Mr, and Mrs, Paul Esmay and daughters Gloria and Paulette of Chicago, returned Saturday to their home after a Week's visit at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. P. O. Esmay. Sunday, August 12, the Esmays were entertained at a picnic dinner and supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hlnrichs near Humboldt. Thirty friends were present, Others honored on this occasion were Mrs. Phil Van Driest of Fort Dodge and Glaire Tabor of Humboldt whose birthdays occurred recently. Other social affairs were given' in honor of the Chicago, visitors. Andrew Chantland in States Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chantland 3r. received a message from New York City Sunday evening from their son, Andrew, who had just arrived there from overseas duty, where he had served as a mechanic .n the army air corps stationed in Italy for nearly two years. Sgt. Holland on 72-Hour Pass Staff Sgt. Keith 'Holland was granted a 72-hour pass to visit his jarents Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Roland from duties at Schick General Hospital, Clinton, on his return in company with six other soldiers lad orders to report to Boston, Vlass., where they would leave for lospital ship duty, presumably in he Pacific. Mrs. Watnem Has Birthday Monday, August 13, ' was Mrs. Dsmund Watnem's birthday, and hat afternoon 20 ladies were present to help her celebrate the occasion. After an informal after- loon refreshments were served 'rom a prettily decorated table. She received many birthday cards and gifts. Mrs. Tompkins Returns Mrs. Vernon Tompkins has re- urned from El Paso, Texas, where he spent a week visiting her hus- iand, Pfc. Vernon Tompkins, who s convalescing in the William Beaumont 1 -Hospital located at El Paso. Pvt. Tompkins was first treated in a hospital in the Philippines for grenade burns he received while in a fox hole and later was fent to the States. He will be granted a furlough as soon as he is released from the hospital. • Charles. Merryman left Sunday for "Iowa City where he will receive medical treatment. Floyd Torgeron and Art Jensen left last Thursday for Minnesota on a week's fishing trip. 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Bes Moifies whets ht sfi^ftt a few; daysbfl buslMsa last week, Sfc aisd: MW Olaf ftfuvjfe fef LlVermofe .'swerfi SUHday fiiissts ttt the hettie bf MrSi Osftmftd- Wetri^ffl. Mi?. 1 arid Mrs; Wilbur Seed attd fafftiiy,,spe'ht SUrtday .'!& Emmeta* bu^ visiting her bfotheif MelVitt Pisheifc >.:.' ,.;•; •;-,,/, '•• ,.;;,• .. '••:•".'• Mrsl. Vefnoft Tompkins atid thf eg Small daughters speht Sunday .at the - home of her husband's parents in Humboldt. M. L. pizzeil df Clinton, towa, auditor 6f Swlft'srwas 1 a redSit guest at,the Home of Mr. arid Mrs. E. H. N6i'man. .'•' .- ' Mchool in the tidde school opens Sept. 3 and all teachers, except the music supervisor are hired for the coming year. . .; >Mr. and Mrs. .Albert Larson of Hayward, Minn., .,/were Sunday . 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Packag* ..,, 480 YELLOW LABEL .;.'*~-«f^ UPTON'S TEA $1 A* Pound Paeknn ....... ••W SPRINGDELL HEAVY SYRUP ELBERTA PEACHES _ No. era DEHYDRATED FRUIT ^UICE - FLAVORS MAKESVlO BIG GLASSES SUPPLY LIMITED GUARANTEED MEATS There is good nutrition in any cut of, meat SUBJECT TO STOCK Council Oak Hot-Meat DISH of the WEEK SUMMER SAUSAGE & POTATO SCALLOP 2 cups diced' summer* sausage 2 cup diced celery cups diced cooked potatoes Salt Pepper 3 tablespoons peanut butter. 2 cups thin white sauce 94 cup bread crumbs SERVE WITH TOSSED SALAD GREEN PEAS Arrange alternate layers of sausage. . celery, and potatoes in a greased baking dish. Add seasoning, U desired. Melt the peanut »utter in I the white sauce, and pour over ! the layers. Sprinkle with crumbs, then bake in a moderate oven for i thirty-five minutes. , I SUMMER SAUSAGE, pouiid""" RING LIVER SAUSAGE, pound ,38c SMALL FRANKFURTERS, pound CHEDDAR CHEESE, pound .28c .35c LIMBURGER CHEESE, pound 40c FRESH SMOKED BOLOGNA BIG AND RING Per Pound MILD YELLOW LONGHORN PER PQUMD i MONTE DICED RED BEETS No, 803 Glass ,,,,..,, pM^MpJ^PHJB^VMMpvnvHM^JBJ SIOTT'S SWEETENED APPLESAUCE No. S cap ,.,.,,,..... 130 140 THOMPSON SEEDLESS "., RAISINS, Mb, bag Strained and Chopps Gerber's Food Cifni ' 250 Mowing PRIDE DttlT, 8-OZ. VANILLA iXT, ,, 7c owng wg M ^4 .BUTTER, 2 !bi,!! 410 Creamery PIECES AND STEMS MUSHROOMS 4-Ounet tan ,„,,.,,,, MEALY BEANS . ex CCtA/t/fcli Swnkyswig Cheese Spread KRAFT ASSTO. MUSTARD , STEWART'S Naiw>7 Ann MiAl.ttME.'

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