The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 6, 1945 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 6, 1945
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'>"?^ v'i^^Sf^q;^ I6wa, September 6,1945 MIss fcvelyn Cady Is writing the local new* tot IHe Upper Moines. Her phdne nuntbe* Mr. and Mrs. M. C, Thaiftpson .and Nancy and Bobble visited over :the week end with friends at Sioux •City. • Mrs. C. E. Martin of the Martin .Furniture Co. at Denison Visited .her aunt Ollie Robinault over the week end* Mr. and Mrs. Bill llemna and -family of'Kolfe and Mr. and Mrs Jeter Haag of'West Bend were •Sunday Visitors at the Harold Roth home. They are-sister and brother • respectively of Mrs. -Roth;, and •came to visit their mother also. Mrs. Josephine Hafctf whose :home has been In Whittem6re Is now living with her daughter Mrs. Harold Rothe. Mrs. Hatg has not been in good health and therefore •was unable to maintain her own home. Until she is greatly omproy- •«d she will be with'Mrs. Rothe/ : Bertie R. Locke, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Locke of Remer. Minrt., is; visiting his aunt ' Mrs. J. E. "\yalker and other relatives here. 3ie has been in service over two .yfears and has served a's head cook Jri army camps in Virginia and •Georgia. He recently .Was honorably discharged. ' fMrs. Donald Willason and idaughter Jeannie of Waterloo and JMrs. ^Robert Wilkson arid baby of HUmboldt were guests of .their ^husbands' parents Mr; arid Mrs. Karl* Willason .,the past- ten days. 33bnald has received .word to re- p6rt at Washington, t>. C., for his •discharge. Robert is still in service. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. McDonald have moved Into the W. T. Daughan house. Mrs. Daughan and son Bill were here from Minneapolis arranging for the disposal and storage of furniture. The other son John is also living in Minneapolis and is working for an airplane company. Both young men have been discharged from service. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas have been enjoying a visit from their son Bob who is in the navy hospital at ,Mare Island in San Francisco, bay. He had taken patients to the navy hospital in Maryland and was able to stop here for a brief visit. Mr. and Mrs. Kohlhaas met him in Boone Sunday. He left for the coast the first of thp week. Mrs. Clinton Samson attd sou Richard arrived recently from Los Angeles to join Mr. Samson wjia has been with his son Tom and family on his farm near Plum Crfeek. Mr.-Samson was about to return to Los Angeles when his wife sent word she was driving out tb : get him. The trip was made in forty-eight hours which is quite a record. Albert\\Ve1slmar of the pollct force is ,'e'hjoying a vacation this week. The -family has made nc particular^plans for it though thej may go 16 a nearby lake later. They are .happy in having their son Pfc. Floyd weishaar here on E 30 day furlough. Following this he wllti, report iot duty at Jackson, South Carolin'a. Another son Cpl. Sdwiri.Mfe'ishaar, has requested his familyjhdt to write to him, as he is on-ills, way home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Engrstler and .wo children, Billy and Johnny, have beeffchere visiting the-latter's >arents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weis- laar. . The Engstlers home is in Seattle, Wash. Mr. Engstler has been in the navy two years and recently went to Washington, D. C., ChftHes Slftgle Is spending his 30*day furlough with his mother Mrs. Nels Pedersen. He expects and the o receive his discharge. At present the family is in Garner visiting lis mother Mrs. Minnie Engstler. They will return to Seattle where Mr. Engstler has a position as a inotypist. to be discharged befdre long. Mr. and Mrs. Jatn« Cronin arrived Tuesday frorii Neosha, Mo., ,£0* a few days visit here with her 'parents Mr. and Mrs. Bert Cronan. Mrs. J. B. Johnston was a week end guest at the farm home of her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carney of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Al Thompson and Jimmie and Arden and Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Thompson and Loren visited a brother, Russell, family at Jefferson during week end. Robert Murchland of Denison spent several days last week visiting at the parental R. L. Robin- ault home. Robert with the assistance of two aunts is farming 320 aci'es at Denison, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Esser went Thursday io Des Moines where Mrs. Esser will receive a physical check-up., Mrs. Esser was in an accident February 7. They expected to return the middle of this 'week. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Anderson and family have moved into the home at North Phillips and Elm St., formerly occupied by the Lloyd Robinson family. The An- ddrsons purchased the house from Helmuth Huenhold. Mrs. Ezra Blanchard left Sunday for Cedar Falls where she will make her home. Mr. Blanchard has been down there some time .employed at Galloway's farm implement; They have rented an apartment. 'Mrs. Blanchard is the former Laura Vandee. Harriet Schoby spent from Friday until Monday afternoon visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hubert F. Schoby. Harriet is attending AIB, Des Moines, where she has been able to enter into accounting as a result of her high school bookkeeping course. Pfc. James P. White is home from overseas, coming to Algona from Jefferson Barracks. Mo., on J. Willrett and daughter Elsie enjoyed a Visit last week from Mr. and Mrs. Ffed Willrett and soft Ronald of Chicago. . Mis* Jean Rich and Earl Oapna spent the week end at the home of the latter's parents Mf. and Mrs. John Qappa at Lake -Crystal Minn. Patricia, daughter of Mf. and Mrs. C. W. Pollard spent the week end with her parents. She is a senior nurse at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kossieck of Marshalltown were guests over the week end at the G. A. Wittkopf home. Mrs. Kossieck is Mr. Wittkopf's sister. Ml-s. Bud Zender and children spent last week in Cherokee" at the home of her sister Mrs. F. J.'Lonergan. Mrs. Lonergan will be remembered as Miss Inez Potter. Miss Betty Drayton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Drayton, returned the first of the week from a visit at the home of her uncle Horace Drayton in Sycamore, 111. Miss Marjorie Ross, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Ross, and,Lorraine Loper, daughter of Mrs. Rose Loper, left the first of the week to enter the A. I. B. school Iri Des JJoines. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Drayton visited at the Dr. Elmore home near Blue Earth Sunday. They also visited Mr. and Mrs, Walter Dunn at Ellendale and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SEPT. 6-7-8 -OO-HIT Super Surprise Package! THE THREE STOOGES THE HOOSIER HOTSHOTS SUN., MON., TUBS., WED., SEPT. 9-10-11-12 * . a 30-day furlough. He has been 'in France With a hospital unit and was stationed at Bar le Due. He expects to return to Jefferson Barracks for his release from iSer- vice in 30 days. 1 "' "' , , Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt and Lieut, and Mrs. R. B. Waller drove to the Twin Cities, Friday, returning Sunday evening. Lieut. Waller left Wedesday evening for Washigton, D. C., where orders releasing him • from the Navy are waiting. He expects to return sometime next week. Mrs. Thomas Egen Hew from Philedelphla to Des Moines and then phoned her parents Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Sherman, that she was coming to Algeria Saturday with her sister Virginia Sherman, who is from Des Moines. Mrs. Egen has been with her husband who is stationed in Virginia. "Dutch" Swanson, who for the past 14 years has been the popular manager of -the A. & P. store in Algona, resigned last week and will take up different employment, but just what business he has not given out as yet. It is hoped by their many friends that he and his Wife will riot leave; Algona. Lucia .Wallace returned home last Thursday following , a three month vacation visiting her nieces and nephews 'at. Cleveland, Ohio, Washington, D. C., and Evanston, 111., arid with her sister. Mrs. O. F. Partridge in northern Wisconsin. She spent the last week with her sister Mrs. Alf Chapin at Mason City. Mary Amunson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunson, returned Tuesday from Minneapolis, Minn, where she had spent the past week visiting her cousin, Maxine Brown. Mary has been a life guard and swimming instructor at the local municipal pool and will start back to Cornell College soon for her thir'd year. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jacobs of Portland, Ore.,' are the parents of their first child born August 30. He has been named Gary Richard, Mrs. Jacobs is the former Evelvn Nordstrom. Mr. Jacobs owned the coffee" shop here before moving to Portland where he was employed in the shipyards for some time. He is now in the restaurant business again. Onalca Jane Schlmmel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John SchimU mel, spent the. pa?t| week end in Spencer with her sister Mrs. Dy?l Jones. Joyce Ann 'Jones returned^ to Spencer with her after a two weeks visits here with her grandparents, the John Schimmels. Joyce Ann is only 2% years old, and her daddy is serving on a transport ship in the south Pacific. Marilyn Tuttle returned home Sunday night after a 10-day visit with her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W, B. Tuttle, and aunt Mrs. W, -O, Williams in West De's Mpines. While there she was guest organist at the Methodist .churph. Guests over the week end at the H. A. Tuttle home were Mr. and Mrs. Blair Summers, Mrs,' W. O. Williams and Miss Lela Fulton of West Des Moines, . -Mildred Sehmalen is back at Irene's Beauty Shop, after a twp week vacation at the home of her parents Mr, and Mrs. N. , J. Sehroal- en at West Bend. Altee Donahue, who has been taking Mildred's place durig her absence, will COJR* • ItUiue Jo worts past time. Alj<?e I operated, a beauty shop at Forest I City but }s now living with her rents northeast P,| Al husband i§ in service, JHr> and Airs, A|ber( Merger of Lone Ropk h»d as visitors last week, Mr, and ME?. R, Q, RJchter Of San Frjncjsco, €al{J,, §j»d Sgfc AftRjeJUfj: h,qjne nQVf from Italy, Who, has recently, Deceived Jus dis* .charge from/ |hf array, ajid Sgf, Robert RjpjiterMifliwd at piojjf C to « tWPwfay Jeayg be» j» ghjPPeji across, "Jhe b»yt* S- ffln ,Ru,an.e; Gross at Grand Meadow, Mrs. Win. Bradbury, nee Helen Sanys, and daughter Donna Reeves of Sioux City were week end guests at the homes of Mrs. Bradbury's mother Mrs. Andrew Godfredson and brother Ketifieth Sanys. ' • . " ,; Miss Emma >Spongberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Spongberg, went to Davenport last week where she will again teach in,the primary department. She attended summer school 'at Cedar Falls and had only about a week's vacation with her parents. .1 Mi-, and Mrs. Ray B. SchilmOel- ler spent Sunday at Graettinger. Mr. and Mrs. Wlilard Pahdel enjoyed a week end outing at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Dick Sorcnscn visited her sister Mrs. R. Simonson in Graettinger Sunday. Mrs. Joe Hartg went to Fort Dodge Wednesday where she is a patient in the hospital,Mr. and Mrs. Hallard Snyder were Sunday visitors at the Wm Fritz home near Titonka. Mrs. Henry Zweifel enjoyed a visit from her mother Mrs. Julius Knopf of LuVerne the latter half of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cauehey and children and Mr. and Mrs. L. Newsum of Fort Dodge spent last week at Okoboji. Mrs. Edith Rich has recovered sufficiently from a two weeks illness to now be with her daughter Mrs. Violet Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Terhune and Mr. and Mrs. George Lee spent Saturday in Mason City attending the north Iowa fair. Mrs. Roy Hutzell and son Fred and Roger Didriksen, son of Mr. and Mrs, Anton Didriksen spent Wednesday in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Rouze and daughter Carol of Ames are guests this week at the home of the former's brother L. W. Rouze. Miss Beulah Nannlnga of Ireton was a guest last week at the home of her aunt Mrs. L. L. Riter. Miss Nanninga' teaches at. LeMars. Mrs. Vincent Seller and Mrs. Bernice Reynolds spent the week end in Mason City at the home of the latter's mother Mrs. Margaret Kinsella. Mrs. Henry Ewoldt has been confined to her home with an acute attack of arthritis. Her friends will be glad to know she is improving. Dr. and Mrs. L. R. Potter went to Chicago where they visited their son Jim at the Great Lakes training center. They returned home Monday. Miss Alpha Boysen who teaches at AIB school in Des Moines was a week end and Labor Day gues of Miss Geneva Scharlach. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Plttman enjoyed a week end and Labor Day visit from their son Clayton of Waterloo. He is credit manager of the Firestone company in Waterloo. Mrs. Alice McVicket and granddaughter Charlotte Davis of. Boone visited the former's sister Mrs Wm. Turner last week. They were also guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Reid. Mrs. Norman Rassieur, Mrs. H. J. Cowan and Mrs. Walter Hall visited Mrs. J. C. Mohler in Des Moines from Thursday until Saturday of lasf week. Mrs. Mohler is the mother of Mrs. Rassieur. Mr s . Robert Richardson and children returned lats week from Kenosha, Wisconsin, where they visited a week with Rev. D. M. Simpson and other relatives. Rev. Simpson is Mrs. Richardson's father. Mrs. Raymond Reid who fell about eight weeks ago and tore-the ligaments in her right arm is now able to begin usting it a little. The :njury was a very bad one and has caused her a great deal of discomfort. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Post drove to Northrop, Minn., Sunday where i family reunion was being held n honor of the twentieth weddine anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Buckmeier. Mrs. Buckmeier is a neice of Mrs. Post. Miss Edna Scharlach who is employed in Washington, D. C., with the veterans administration, has been visiting her father C. C. Scharlach and sister Miss Geneva. From here she went to Onawa for a visit with friends but will return here in a few days for a further visit. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Pletch were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Arlo Adams in Des Moines last week. The latter couple returned with them Sunday and remained until Tues- MMtii day. Their son Bob is in service on a hospital ship iri the Atlantic The family moved to Des Moine nine years ago. Win. Quarton of Cedar Rapid visited his mother Mrs. Wm ' B Quarton the latter part of tb week. From here he weht to Yarik ton, S. D., where a meeting o radio company officials was being held. Mr. Quarton is manager o WMT at Cedar Rapids. He returned to Algona Tuesday for a further visit with his mother. Mrs. Meda Redfield took her son Clarke and wife and their little son Duwain to Estherville Sunday to the home of the latter's parents Mi-, and Mrs. A. H. Schultz after a couple of days visit here. Clark is located at Valley City, N. D. and is pharmacist mate 1-c. The family will return to Dakota after a brief stay in Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Achilles and Mrs. Ruth Jackson of New Hampton arrived Wednesday for a visit at the A. L. Long and Mrs •lee Pitcher homes. Mr. Achilles :s having a thirty day furlough He was in service in the European area. The. couple will remain in Algona a few days, but Mrs. Jackson will make a more extended visit. " • Mrs. W. C. MacDougall and son Bob of .Ballaton, Minn., visited at the Mrs.,Elsie Cady. home brief- y Wednesday. They Were enroute o Mason City to visit the former's 'ather Fred Tubbesing. Mr. MacDougall joined the family for the week -end and on Monday they came to Algona where they were guests at the Glen Roland home. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown and Mrs. Esther Helberg joined the party for a pot luck porch picnic at six o'clock. Mrs. MacDougalls returned to their home at Ballaton late Monday evening where Mr. MacDougall is manager of a Botsford lumber yard. Richard Woodward,*son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Woodward, formerly of Algona and now residing at Sioux City, has received his commission as ensign and hds been here on furlough. He has been vIMting;Mlss the Glen |tan$yhdfiiigl parents in IridiariapoflsJ pairied therivhorrie; KtehttPd «*» ceived his earl# tMlrilril at'Anie»* From there Hei Wassent- t6'S61uHtt* bla University at New;York'Cltjr and It was from that placate: received his commission. Ori Fridftj* he will leave for San Franclsca .tof his assignment. Miss Rariey returned with him to Sioux City fer a few days. Mr. and Mrs. L, J. Heidi and little son Daryl returned Monday from a ten day vacation ori West Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Rayrftortd. Stoeber of Fenton erijoyed a vaca-- tion with thehv Mrs. Reid andl Mrs. Stoeber are sis.ters. Mr< and Mrs. Wm. Hof and sRobert Reid: joined them for a couple of days Mrs. Hof and Robert are a : dau'g'h* ter and son of Mr. arid''-Mr4.: Reid. Robert is here frofn service in. Italy arid after; a 1 thirty day furlough will repor't at Jefferson Barracks, Mo. Mr. Hof is also irt service. He was a prisoner of war and left Wednesday for Miami to report, for duty following his ninety day furlough.. :•' , Tues. Eve., Sept. 11 Good Hope Church Fried Mashed Potatoes, .Gravy. Creamed Peas- add. <iarirot* N Cabbage Salad - .'• : Sliced Tomatoes , Beet Pickles. Rolls Pie Coffee . Pi-ices: 65c and 30c Serving: starts at 6 p. m. The "Food Comeback" is returning faster than predicted, many items . « are now available, others soon will be. You can depend on us to be among the first to secure complete stocks at the lowest prices. .COWfE..„.._...! I Lewis LYE........;.. i_f SCOURING PADS • Clintort PUDDINGS 4 25c 15c 16c OXYDOL WITH THIS,COUPON ONLY ••Vtl 13 ^tU^ff^' .>'',..>• «•?*•••' FRUITS and VEGETABLES Fresh TOMATOES 2, b ,15c Cobbler POTATOES ^ 49c Sunkist LEMONS 6,0,29C Sunkist ;~, ORANGES 2 <„, 29C COLORADO PEACHES PER CRATE $1.49 And Now Lower in Point Value. Each week, now,. our allotments of meat are increasing. SIRLOIN STEAK WIENERS lb. RIN&BOLOGNA ; COTTAGE CHEESE iii. CfflCKENLOAF No Points Ib. 27c 35c 29c 15? 35c These Items Are Back on the Market,' Now! —of Course in Limited Quantities. New . wJw and edited •J^ygfc '; i^sW«i^PP Mm-. CABBAGE lb, 3c Thompson Seedless. GRAPES Red ''Malaga GRAPES Fresh PEPPERS Shredded Bakers COCOANUT Carnation MILK Stokeley's CATSUP HONEY „ Robin Hood 4 oz. for 14 QZ, gal. 15c 25c 19e $1.29 2 JELO Bulk VINEGAR - Imitation BLACK PEPPf Sunshine Graham!' CRACKERS Gal. 15c 29c m lib 106 %m ;"«« if tml m '•'>*'! '•"< ! FLOUR _.^ $1.98 ^ijmjm mm Manilla ----' •%*$. ifft'S^y* in igagiiffais .f:B4|§.f pp w^

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