The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 30, 1945 · Page 11
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PASTOR AT BURT DUE OCTOBER 1 . ister, will be R0 S6rVlc6S church the « - he new min- Kev, Roy.K. «!!!, Louis* ' & ^ hM ? acceptance was *ead at the Sunday service, plan to be here by October 1. vThe Presbyterian' ' Women's .Council will meet in the church ' Et Mo u S 1 ext Wednesday afternoon The hostesses, are Mrs. Charles Scott, Mrs. Harry McChane, Mrs. Pressie Rlngsdorf and Mrs. E. E, Paine. Mrs. Earl Miller will lead devotions and Mrs. Delmar Angus will give a paper on "The Association Plan at Work." ' ' Methodist Church News The iRev. and Mrs. A, G. Heddle are expected back from their vacation this week and regular services will be held at the Methodist church "next Sunday. The Woman's Society will meet at the church Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Roy Ollom, Mrs. Sumner Parsons and Mrs. M. O. Richards as hostesses. Mrs. M. L. Dutton will have charge of devotions and Mrs. G. H. McMullen will have the program. Capt. Elvidge Leaves Capt. Ronald M. Elvidge will leave Thursday for Camp Grant, Rockford, 111., and will leave from there for LaJunta, Colo. Capt. Elvidge has just finished a So-day furlough with his family and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. El- vldgej after returning from Europe where he saw much service with the air force. Returns to Pvt. Mmifitie Coffin left Sunday tot Camp Ftinston, Kansas, after spending a ten day furlough herd with his parents Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Coffin. His wife and children, who Jiad spent Jils furlough here with him, left /Wednesday for their home In Milwaukee, Wis. The American Legion and Auxiliary .will meet Tuesday evening in the Legion hall with Mrs. O. H. Graham and Mrs. G. P. Hawcott as hostesses, frwa, Attgttsi 30, 194S The Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. S. C. Coffin Friday afternoon. Dale LockwoOd is working for his uncle Mr. Bonstettef at Cor* with this week. Mr. and Mrs.-R. J. Mealy en- teftained the Wes Hardys at a picnic at Emmetsburg Sunday. Mr, and Mrs.' George Manus, Northwood, were Sunday dinner guests at the H. W. Manus home. Supt. and Mrs. W. B. Officer and daughter Margaret and Mary, spent from Monday to Wednesday at the lakes. / The Emit Hasses attended a mission festival at Emmetsburg Sunday and visited at the Julius Heider home. Lurena Wessel and Mrs. L. E. Riebhoff attended a' Red Cross executive board meeting in Algona "riday afternoon. Mrs. John Moser and daughter Mrs. C. L. Weigel and two children, Austin, Minn., visited last Thursday and spent the night at the Ben Jensen home. They visited Friday at the R. F. Hawcott home. E. B. Dittmer and Mrs. Carrie Larsen went to Manchester Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr. Dlttmer's. (brother George Dittmer who would have been 90 in Octo- LUVERNE LEGION HAS DEDICATION SERVICES SUNDAY LuVerne: Dedication services were held Sunday afternoon, Aug. 19th, in LuVerne for the new flag pole.and flag of our country, and also a newly decorated honor roll, in charge of the Ernest Merkle Post No; 664 of the American Legion and the Legion Auxiliary. The new flag was preseted to the mayor, Henry D.~ Meyer, by Mrs. C. B. Huff, president of the Ladles Auxiliary, and dedicated •by Commander Walter W. Engel, after which the national anthem was played by the LuVerne high school band under the direction of Miss Stephanie Cowling. The invocation was given'by Mrs. Irvin Chapman who acted as chaplain. The honored guests w.ere Major Louis C. Hutton, of the Algona Prisoner of War Camp at Algona and Lt. Frank B. Halligan, of the selective service board of Des Moines who gave a very interesting speech. The firing squad and' color guards were furnished by the Algorta Prisoner of War Camp of AJgona,- * • • Practically Helpless Since His car was junkcin This fellow probably could crowd into an already over* crowded bus or trolley, to get .to ^vork. But how muclr easier life would be if he'd kept his car in good condition! ' You be wiser.. Let your Phillips 66 Dealer help you keep your automobile running! . . ' I Drop in frequently to let him check the battery, "afr filter", and radiator.... parts wherejittQubJ^oiEteR; Aafwi • " ' week. He'll ;checlc cuts and bruises, and/ recapping." Jfa '' These are real Crst Saving services^" 8 and Black ('' — a •;*th ,. . ^ I .4. 4 H>uUt - • W ' r iV!f, ,_... .. ' knd Tirele Orange "safe. Stop in •, ; . , '• J ' i CAR FOR YOUR COUNTRY, S SUPER SERVICE STATION r " ' Ullips Sts. Frank Haldeman, Operator and Manager Harms Oil Company, Distributors Phone 74 —Alton* A REPORT to You Who Are Waiting for Many persons are asking: "Gan we now expect to have telephones installed soon?" Regretfully, we have to answer: "Jwst <^s soon as humanly possible . . . but it will be quite a while before everyone on the waiting list can get a telephone," Those of you who 'have had your applications in for the longest period will, of course, be the first to get telephones, as instruments a.nd facilities become available, and for soine of ypu that way not • be very long. V) "* Telephone factories, which during the past sev« era! years have been producing almost exclusively for war, aw being converted to nv?e t the treinendoiw civilian telephone needs whtefe have accumulated, v Gr»du»Hy, and witf» Jncrewing speed, new tele. phone, service wm be provjkled t Vtr to spite of Switchboards, wire, cable, and telephone instru. ments will be produced 99 rapidly as possible. And fcw tajtetfoa weris wtfl be r»whed to thg iterft, Much equipment is complex and the tasfe of ng iris Ome-eonsumipg, period wjU bjf nqpfad to serve aU who ar^ waiting, /•". . ' - fojf \ ,•'• „•* -• )*#• ,' HPITHWIIWN IIU Mrs. 3. Phillips Entertains Mrs. Jennie Phillips entertained I at a dinner Sunday in honor of her two nieces Mrs.'Inez Green of Burlington and Mrs. Gladys Roes- chley of Deer Creek, 111. Those attending the dinner were Mrs. Fern Hoyt and son and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Poundstone all of Clarion, Mr. and Mrs. 'Ernest Phillips and son of Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips, Mrs. Harvey, all of Algona, Mrs. Myrtle Helmick of Brighton, Iowa, • Mrs. Evelyn Moore of Des Moines, Miss Dorothy Helmick of Dallas Center, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hoyt of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips and family and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips and family all of LuVerne. Pfo. Andrew Marty Home Pfc. Andrew Marty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Marty, arrived home Sunday to spend a thirty day furlough. Andrew just returned from overseas where he had spent several months in Germany v and Belgium with the Airborne Tank Division. Elmer Klaths Lease Theater Mr*, and Mrs. Guy Trau'ger, who recently purchased the theater building here and done extensive remodeling, have leased the theater to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Klath of Ridgeway and they will take over the business Tuesday, August 28. They will move into the Fechner building until a house is available. They have, two daughters aged six and nine. Mr. Klath worked in & bakery in 'Ridgeway. Mrs. A. L. Jones and daughler Evelyn, spent the week in Minneapolis visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hefti and children spent Thursday and Fri- 'laj^in St,,:Paul vis,iting ^relatives. -Circle three of ^the. W. 1 S.' C.' S. meets (Friday afternoon, Aug. 31, at the., home'of Mrs. C. O. McClellan'. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Moore of Renwick spent "Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers. : - Rockwell Clancy of Hardy spent Sunday visiting at the home of his daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd 'Larson. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thompson of Eagle Grove visited Sunday evening at the home of her mother, Mrs. H. E. Peitzke.' Miss Selma Behnkendorf of Bode spent the w'eek end visiting at the home of her mother Mrs. Emilie Behnkendorf. Mr. and Mrs. B. Hass and Mrs. Earl Legler of Walnut were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler. , Mr. and. Mrs. Harold Wolfe and son Richard and Mrs. William Wolf spent the week end at Amboy, Minn., visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Burtis (DeNio and son of Fort Dodge spent the week end at the home of-'her parents Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Holmes. Mrs. P. V. Janse of Algona spent several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Rogers and also at the William Bigings home. Mrs. Myrtle Helmick of Brighton spent several days visiting at the home of her daughter and family Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips. Mr. and Mrs; Clarence Burbank of Des MoineV spent a few days visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schulz and Mrs. William Wolf. ' ••-•-'• Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Merkle is their nephew Roger Giese and his friend Donald Pommering, both of St. Pawl. Minn, Charles Kwallek, manager of the local Phillips 66 gas station spent several days in Wisconsin visiting his mother and other relatives and friends, Mr: and Mrs, Porter Adams and son, Junior, of Council Bluffs spent a few days visiting with his cousins, the Henry, Ed and Will* iam Martys, <3ue§ts «t the 'home of Mrs, Maria Stoddard Friday were her mother, Mrs.. Martha 'kee of Bod.e, and Mr, and. Mrs. Pavey of Omaha f Nebraska, - • . Mjvand. Mrs. Fred Schneider of New Gja.ru*, Wis,, arrived here Monday to visit, at the home »t , Blumer and with other and friends, .Jkefeulah, home of their aunt Mrs. Jennie Phillips. Wanda Stoddard, daughter of Mrs, Marie Stoddard was taken to the Kossuth hospital in Algona Saturday evening and she underwent an operation for appendicitis On Monday. Miss Stephanie Cowling spent several days in Sioux City visiting her parents and with other rela* tives and friends. Miss Cowling is the music instructor in the local high school. Mrs. Otto Marey spent several days at Friendship, New York, visiting her mother v Mrs. Ida Howes and also her brother Herman. Mrs. Marty's mother will cele- brate'her 80th birthday in a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blumer are the parents of an eight pound baby boy born Sunday, August' 26th, in the Kossuth hospital in Algona He has been named Timothy Robert. Mrs, Blumer is the former Rosetta Gifford. Norma .Ramus and Genevieve Thompson spent the Week end at Britt visiting at the home Of their girl friend, Dorothy Beaman. Dorothy attended the LuVerne high school last year but just recently moved to Britt. The Commercial Club met Monday evening in the city hall with a 6:30 dinner served by the Presbyterian Ladies Association. After dinner the regular business meet- Ing was held in charge of C. W. Cote, president of the club. The Presbyterian Sunday school and church picnic was held Thursday evening, in the city park with a pot-luck supper served at 6:30. After supper games were played ind contests were held. Rev. A. R. Smith is pastor of the church. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Meyer took Howard McClellan to Des Momes Saturday where he will return to the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer spent the week end in ties Moines visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen McClellan and with other relatives. George Kabele and his daughters. Martha, Frances and Mrs. Barbara Mosely, all of Goldfield, visited Sunday with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Irvln Chapman. Mrs. Chapman returned home with them Sunday and spent the night with them returning Monday morning on the train. The quilting circle of the Lutheran church held a surprise farewell party for their member, Mrs. William Veshlage, Monday afternoon at her home. Mr. and Mis. Veshlage will move September 1 to Algona where they have rented one of the newly constructed houses in the south part of town. Visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant Were Mrs. Grant's sister Mrs. W. H. Brown also her nephew and fam- ily Mr. and Mrs. George Browft §? d s «? f J 1 £ f Minneapolis, Mftuj. Mrs. Vf. H. Brown remained for A longer visit with her sister and the others returned to their home Sunday evening. 17 FARMS FOR SALE Improved and Unimproved Ranging in size from 80 to 320 aeres Located in KOSSUTH AND PALO ALTO COUNTIES, IOWA Good land and improvements, Landlord's share of 1945 Corn and soybeans go with, farms purchased before September 1. Iowa Defense Relocation Corporation ALGONA, IOWA PHONE 226 '/ *'' *'&^^™* FROM YOUR DEPENDABLE YOUNG FOLKS returning to their studies will need the right equipment for the long school year ahead , . , plenty of nourishing foods with vitamins and minerals in abundance. You'll find the freshest fruits and vegetables, the choicest meats, the finest quality of every kind of food at your dependable Council Oak Stores . . . ingredients for the "right" kind' of home meals and carried lunches every day of the f MAKES 10 BIG GLASSES NANCY ANNj ENRICHED: WHITE, BREAD 24°Laf lie MA BROWN , 100% Whole Wheat *!>• BREAD 1 24°Laf.. 15c SUPERB fluick or Regular ROLLED >" OATS I NEW PACK! REGARDS EARLY JUNE PEAS, No. 2 can DEI, MONTE DICED BEETS, No. 303 glass DEI, MONTE DICED CARROTS, No. 303 glass NEW PACK! SUPERB SNO-WHITE HOMINY, No. MORNING LIGHT CUT GREEN BEANS, No. 2 can . SUPERB FANCY WHOLE TOMATOES, No. 2£ can can ,, . „ ,_ * 100 130 130 110 140 220 FLOOR SPECIALS! "Enriched" WHITE LOAF! "The Thirst] 50-LB. BAG "The Thirsty Flour" *| QQ FIRST PRIZE , Guaranteed Flour *r 50-LB. BAG $1.84 SMOKED — ALWAYS A FAMILY; FAVORITE SPARERIBS "Country Style" Spareribt, 4 pounds spareribs, Salt and pepper 4 medium sweet potatoes 4 medium Boll potatoes until partially cooked, Core and slice apples without removing peelings. Alternate layers qf p«« igtoes, apples »nl meat to a ba**—- dish, seasoning each layer, enough water to cover bottom of * for hours, LOTS OF ! TENDER • MEAT ON THEM; • B|™( i i£i WASHINGTON BARTLETT EXTRA FANCY AND FANCY COMB. PACK PEARS To avoid waste in canning we suggest you buy unripe pears and hold in a cool basement until they reach the exact degree of ripeness you prefer. 20 LB. $ LUG .. WATERMELON 4c Sweet Potatoes i 7Jc Yellow ONIONS 5c Bell PEPPERS 25.....20c GRAPES ^ 15c V SUNKIST LEMONS LB. 130 Looking for a Sugar-Saving Sweetener? fry AUNT DINAH NEW ORLEANS MOLASSES .Full Flavored Recommended for Cooking 16- OUNCE BOTTLE ClAPP'S Baby Foods Can T0 WON-tJP UNSWEETENED GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 46-oz. can I VEGETABLE JUICES la Or V-8 COCKTAIL, 46-oz. can .... FOB INFANTS * ' MEAD'S PABLUM, 18-oz. pkg. .. 39* ASSORTED FLAVORS * ' ™**F* 150 140 RELISH, I3|-oz. jar ........ 200 RAISIN-BRAN, package 11* FIBST PBIZE P ° § J V MEALY BEANS, 2-lb. bag .... SUN-MAID SEEDLESS NECTAR RAISINS, 15-oz, pkg. CHEDDAR CHEESE BICH, FOUND 34c LONGHORN CHEESE UILI), YELLOW. 35c LIMBURGER ™&*#* 1 POUND ?KG. 40c BOLOGNA 32c FRANKFURTERS 35c LIVER SAUSAGE SUMMER SAUSAGE TAC-CUT Fine Blend COFFEE ... 30c COUNCIL OAK COFFEE BUTTER ' 430,, toPSlEJSS

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