The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1945 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1945
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LAKOTAN OUT OF NAVY; NOW HOME Lakota: Emory Smith, FC 2-c. bis wife and 2 sons arrived nome Sunday morning from Washington, D. C., where Emory has been attending an advanced fire control school since last March. Mrs. Smith and the boys joined him there at the close of school in May. .Emory was discharged on points last week after 3 years in service •and 18 months overseas duty. He has no particular plans for work at the present time but is happy to be home with his family. I. M. McKim, Nevada, Iowa, and daughter-in-law Mrs. Will McKim and 3 children of Algona visited at the Clyde Sanders home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer, Wesley, •were Sunday visitors at the F. C. Kralls. Orville Hartwell of Buffalo. N. Y., visited Beverly Far and other friends at the Guy Beerrters for the •week end. The O. C. Klockes and the Roland Smith Jr. family drove to Albert Lea Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kilmer Hanson and daughter, Shirley who left *ere early in the war for Washington state where they did defense work, arrived here Friday but left Saturday for Frost, Minn., to attend the 25th wedding anni- "versary celebration of Mr. Han- son's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Mehle. The Hansons expect to make their home In La-* kota where he -operated A garage and repair shop: Two sons of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Powers visited them last week. They were Ralph of New Y&rk City and Bob who is a student at Iowa State College at Ames. Friends here received announcements of the marriage of Leota Cummings of Fayette and Carroll G Turner at the Lutheran church in Maynard, Iowa, August 23. The bride was a teacher in the Lakota school in 43-44. They spent their honeymoon in Minnesota and called on several friends here on their way home last wtek. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Gerzema attended the funeral of Carl's uncle H. Klingenberg at Rushmore, Minn., last week Wednesday. Mrs. Verda Lathrop, bookkeeper and cashier at the teachers college at Cedar Falls, spent Thursday with the F. C. Kralls. Mrs. Lathrop is a former Lakota resident when her late husband was manager of the Farmers Elevator. MP. Ray Wirtjes and wife, who have been spending a part of their 30-day furlough with relatives here, left Saturday morning for Sibley to visit relatives and Sunday they started for Fort Riley, Kansas, where Ray is now stationed. Read the Want Ads—It Pays op«l<"' ijxfrt ftfSH trtdMftd. is * jMlaL^M 6 *Jg Thfe Algaim tlppe* Pea Moiitjfes, WESLEY BOY AT HOME AFTER 35 MONTHS OVERSEAS Wesley: Cpl. Bud Kutshara came home Sunday morning, having received his honorable discharge. He had been in service 4 years and 11 days, 35 months of it overseas in the European war zone. He has a wife and daughter in England and they will join him here as soon as transportation can be secured. Sincfe Bud's furlough here several weeks 'ago he has been at Camp McCoy, 111., to Florida, Georgia and other camps. 40 Hours Devotion The 40 hours devotion in St. Joseph's Catholic church will start Friday morning, Sept. 7th at the 10 o'clock high mass. Father Dillon of Milford will conduct the services which will close Sunday evening. CORN FLAKES "THE GRAINS ARE GREAT FOODS' Baby Boy Arrives A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Heinan, Wednesday, August 29 in the Mercy hospital, Mason City. This Is their first child and Mrs. Heinan is the former Neoma Foertsch, daughter of Mrs. Theresa Foertsch. llth Anniversary •Mr. and Mrs. Art Larson observed their llth wedding anniversary Sunday. The Larsons, Tony Pearsons and Frank Johnsons were entertained at the Axel Carlsons. Church Harvest Festivals There will be no services or Sunday school in the Congregational church Sunday as the Harvest Home Festival will be held that day in the Upper Flat church. The Harvest Home Festival will be held in the local church Sunday, Sept. 16th. The George Hildmans visited the Reese Martins at Ellsworth Sunday. Al Wagner of Mason City spent the Labor Day week end with his wife here. A scrubbing bee was held at the Congregational church Thursday afternoon. John Bauer was home for the week end from the Shick hospital at Clinton. The Dn L. L. Pfeffer family spent last week in a cottage at Clear Lake. A scrubbing and waxing bee was held at St. Joseph's Catholic church Tuesday. Mrs. Matt- Laux was honored at a birthday party by her neighbors one day last week. The Leo Young family of Garner were Sunday guests at the parental Alf Studer home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Martinek vis- CREST DELUXE TIRE SUPER CREST TUBE CREST Oar Special . 'Combi- Geffing nation Prwe Price i 440-450/21 $14.15 475-500/19 $14.35 525-550/17 Tmf 525-550/17 or 18 Tube $17.25 525-550/18 Tire " 525-550/17 or 18 Tube $46.00 600/16 $18.85 625-650/i6 $12.55 •$12.79 $€3.65 $1645 $12.35 </1 H* ited bis sister and family thepttb Schmidts at Clear Lake Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. H. K, fttehardson returned home over the week.eBd from two Weeks & LfikS OkbtJ&Ji. Will Frh&mil took his hUee to Des Moines Saturday Whet* she will entei? St. Joseph's Academy for her second year. Mr. and Mrs. Will Nadelhoifer of Chicago visited at the parental p. C. Haynes -home recently. He was home on furlough. Ed Funnemark of the state health department, Des Moines. spent last week at his parental Olaf Funnemark home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sheets and family of Omaha visjted recently at the Mrs. Anna Reno home and with relatives at Britt. Mr. and Mrs. H. Nelson and son of California spent a few days-last week at the Olaf Funnemark home and with other relatives. John Hutchison took his wife to Rochester, Minn., Friday for obi servation and. medical treatment of back and spine trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Benskin, Lale and Virginia of Kellogg Were guests at the home of his brother Curtis Benskin one day last week. Miss Lois Cooley of Springfield, S. D., was a week end guest at the Chas. Kraus home. She went to Milwaukee where she teaches school. Mrs. Erling Flom was taken to •the Kossuth hospital in Algona Sunday morning for medical treatment. The had a severe attack of pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Baughmann of California visited her parents, the Will Knights, recently and h<s parents at Corwith. His mother had been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vosica of Pocahontas visited several days last week' at the Lawrence Smith home. The Vosicas own the farm occupied by the Smiths. Patricia and Alice Richtsmeier and Marjorie Lickteig went to Mankato, Minn., over the week end to resume their studies at the Good Council Academy. Gertrude Otis, yeoman 1-c, of Washington, D. C., is spending this week at her parental Mrs. Mary Otis home and with her brother Edmund Otis and family. Laura Ann Miller returned to Hamilton business college at Mason City Monday. She had spent a two weeks vacation here at her parental Joe Miller home. Fidelis Otis of Des Moines, Edith and Delia Welter of Algona, Ralph Welter of Mason City, Lois Hildman of Mason City visited home folks over the Labor Day week end. Mrs Myrtle Kouba, Shirley and Craig and Velma Hanig moved to their new home at Clear Lake Sun- ay Mrs. Kouba .will continue her vork for the Western Grocery ompany. Cpl. Bud Hauptman returned to Jamp Atterbury, Ind., Thursday f last week following a 7-day fur- ough here with his wife and with lis parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed ilauptman. Captain Don Lickteig reported o Camp Maxie, Texas, last,;week He had spent-a 30-day furlough here at his parents John Lickteig jome following service in the Pa- ific war zone. Miss Adeline Shedda of Chelsea was a house guest at the Ed Loebig lome over the week end. She aught in the local public school ast year and this year is teaching at Conroy, Iowa. Mrs. G. L. Olson arrived Saturday from Long Beach, Calif, where she had spent the summer months with her husband. She be?an her duties as teacher of the ower grades in the public school. The Prairie Pals took part in the 4-H activities at the Kossuth county fair at Algona two days last week. Marcia Downs and Rosemary Studer gave a demonstration of bedside stands, on which they won a white ribbon. Mr. and Mrs. Linus Hutchins and three children left over the week end for Detroit, where they will make their home. He has been employed there and his family occupied a trailer house at her parent- il Ed Hauptman home. Dean Sparks phoned his mother last week end from San Diego, Calif., that he would be home soon. He is AMM 1-c and served in the Pacific 14 months before his furlough in March. Since that time he has been at San Diego. John Richter took his daughter Ruth, now Mrs. Kenneth Rudstrom, to Mason City the first of the week where she went on to Minneapolis to live with her husband who was lately given a discharge from the army. Ruth was discharged from the army nurses corps Tuesday. They were married in June. Mrs. Ed Echerman of Early fell at the home of her mother Mrs. Mary Otis last week and broke two ribs. Mrs. Eckerman, the former Margaret Otis, had come to see her brother Edmund Otis who broke his neck last week in a fall from a threshing machine. He was placed in a cast and .brought home and is up and around although he has considerable pain most of the time. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Franzen and Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Franzen of West Union, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Schmitz and family of Clear Lake and the Jack and Jerry Thissens of Fort Dodge attended the Dorothy Hauptman-Harold Martinek wedding here last week. Also the Bartons of Algona, the Linus Hutchines of Petroit and Mrs. Agnes Arnd and daughter of Charles City. Two Bode Brother« Ake Fine Record ith Army Force* 'Bode; Tech. Sgt. Alfred L. Miff> vefi has arrived home fttrtf Jef* fefsdri Barracks, M&., ^hterte He received his honorable discharge. Alfred has been in the army air corps for over 3 years. He is the receiver of several medals. The distinguished flying cross, the alf medal which he received for meritorious service while paftleitial- ing in flight missions hi thei, sttuth* west Pacific and a Campaign Hb- bon with several battle Stats. With all ills experiences he Came through without fl scratch o£ scar. However his brother Sgt. Harold Mitsven who received his honorable discharge April 18, 1945, Worn a veterans hospital was not so fortunate. He is a receiver of the purple heart for having been wounded in action. He has seen service In France, Luxemburg, Holland, Belgium and ^ Germany. He wears the combat '.infantry badge with 5 battle stars. Mrs. Theodore Bakke and infant son Andrew have returned home from - Lutheran hospital Fort Dodge. Mrs. J. W. Schar and Jimmy spent last Thursday in town calling on friends. Lt. Schar is still located in the Philippines. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Olson and son Richard have returned from Luck, Wis., where they spent two weeks in a cabin on Big Butternut Lake. Mr. and Mrs. H, P. Bange of Kinsett, Iowa, were week end visitors at the home of her sister -and brother-in-law Mr. and }Mrs. E. O Berkland. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Norman accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Al Huenhold of Algona left Saturday for Denver, Colo., where Mr. Norman will do auditing for Swifts. Victor Kinseth of Des Moines was a week end visitor at the Leo Kinseth home. Mr. Kinseth after receiving his honorable discharge from service, is manager of a shoe store in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Holland fiave returned from a 4 day vacation trip to northern Minnesota stopping enroute at several placet of interest. The grandparents took care of their three children while they were away. Cadet Nurse Vivian Kinseth is spending a two weeks vacation at the home of her uncle Leo Kinseth, from nursing duties at Miller hospital, St. iPaul, her training being under the supervision of the University of Minnesota. Kermit Cran of Rutland has purchased the Rood Cafe and took over the management Sept. 1. Mr Cran after serving in the army has received his honorable discharge At one time he was high schoo] coach in the Bode school. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanson Audrey and Robert have returnee from a summer vacation spent a 1 Lutsen, Minn., on Lake Superior For the past 4 x^ars they have spent their vacation there occupying the same cabin each year. WAC Alice Lomen is spending « at Bes;M6lftesv th* « spedalist sfcho^I yplng there*, after Wj»l6hdn6 WAS nt to Tampa, Florida.' 'jfiniifttStatitoft Ottefl after a few days ilave at the horns 6f..his-f»». ehts Mr. and MM. Andy Olseft eft for Bes Moines Saturday wliere he went by, plan* to the west coast where for a dime he Will be located at an amphibious >ase at Coronado, Calif. Sunday evening 40 relatives and riends congregated at the home f Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Olson, In hon- 6r of their fcoh and daughter-in- aw, Mr .and Mrs. Ernest Olson of Council Bluffs, who spent the La- jor Day holiday "there. During the evening movies were shown of the Olson clan picnic held on the Rudy Olson farm In June, 1943. The £>t- endnaCe at the event being abbut 00. The movies were taken -and hown toy Ernest Olson, . which jrovided a source of amusement tor the evening after which re- 'reShments were served by Mrs. Thor Selvig, Mrs. Rudy Olson, Mrs. Oscar Olson, Mrs. Axel Enger and Mrs. Olaf Olson. Insulate Now! For A Johns Manville Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insulation Co. DEL LEANEAGH Local Representative 44tf The Pre^ylefldhs thelf annual;MJ8iibn freest at m ettttftti Stffitfey;Mth 3 sfi?» vices 611 o'f 'whifeh.wefe well at* tended, 1 ' ' J -" ' The main Speaker was Mrs. Win&na Hananga Thofri, who With her husband la on ,fuflough from a mission field InlAfflCd/ Mrfe. Thofn is a tfalfied MMe and hef le ilevi zuruae, YYUUCIK Speeiai musid was furnished the ehdlf, mu quartette, a ifatt, trio and glrte duet, A pot Iu6K. dinner was Served Automobile Insurance Over 14dO car owners have placed thelf car Insurance thfoufrh this office. ' ' • " f Why don't you find out why, before you renew m buy coveritfe tor your car. t > Better Rates Better Set-vice L.S.BOHANNON Phone 108 t ' Over 8 & L Store A private sewage system for Your Farm Think what this means! The comfort of a modern home brought to every member of the family. Health and happiness with the utmost in sanitation now is possible through the installation of our DIAMOND BRAND SEPTIC TANK. And the cost is so small. Easy to install, too. BASEBALL Sunday, Sept. 9th Any Firm Home M*y Now H«ye a B«tb tad Iiuid* Toilet Jtnjoy il»K* you? l">m« modem I tht IKB* comfortl tb»t Ik* F. S, Norton & Son PHONE 289 BELMOND vs. WHITTEMORE Whlttemore Field—2:30 ?. SEE TOP NOTCH LQCAL MAN FEtT WKE SWOLLEN BALLOON; OF STOMACH GAS Recently, an Algpna man that he used to feel like a swollen balloon after every meal. He Id bloat full of gas and spi acidulous liquids for u — ,»^r eating. Was terribly stipated. Thfe man is one Pf • '-•- J - jn this vicinity ,-,, uuvy f»«w>e 6YS-TONE. He state he wag amazed at the results,when he took this medicine, Now h eats what he wants without ga or bloating, and bowels are reg ulay fer the first Ome in yearg He feels like a new man. SYS-TONB contains 13 Grea Herbs; they cleanse bowel?, clear from stomach, act «& slug a™, }Jver and kidneys. 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Core and slice apples without removing peelings. Alternate layers of potatoes, apples and meat In a baking dish, seasoning each lay er. Add enough water to cover bottom of dish. Cover. Cook in a moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for 1V4 hours. WTS OF MEAT ON THEM, IB. SMALL TENDER "FRANKFURTERS POUND 35c pJILD YELLOW POUND 35c NEW CROP REGARDS PEAS SNOW WHITE SUPERB HCMINY lie No. Can Vilpi BED LABEL _ SALADA TEA, 8-oz. .. MORNING W01IT Black INDIA TEA, 4-oz. WON .,,P roiK GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 46-oz. SnSHSS „ „ POINT ORANGE JUICE, No. 2 S«N BEAUTY I TOMATO JUICE, "Finer Blend'' TAG-CUT A Matchless Combination of Several Fine Coffees. I orfp & Regular, OWP JAB ... 110 , HP. I 120! MOIiNING L10HT, 9U T , GREEN BEANS, No. 2. 140 WHOLE PERU? COUNCIL OAK KffiriMrf ite, COFFEE, ib, ,,a9c mam wwii m^ CLAPP'S BABY FOOD SUPERB HHK. 4 tall cans .35C Contains equivalent of 60% natural Tree-Ripened Fruit 'Juice. JKAKES 10 BIG GLASSES Mealy Beans, 2 Ibs i.190 LABQB Lima Beans, 2lbi,250 WANP BREAD, HA BB : BREAD, 24^01, 150 >, cafl »M»I»«'»'~* I MB »imtnn 'jff mr 'twill »M • r p ! fer1fe^ PRB6 -> I IT >-mt 'I'l f-yeMsS fct.D YOUR iviL/u;rsrvir

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