The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 1945 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 13, 1945
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Now, come see them here ... and prove to yourself thai you, too, look prettier in Minx Modes Juniors. 9.95 to 22.50 Minx Modes Juniors Here exclusively IF IT'S REXALL — IT'S RIGHT Many at SPECIAL SAVINGS having RexallV'Back to School Month" Celebration 50* Rexillana COUGH SYRUP Chilclrden's Vitamins Polycaps Rexall Baby Laxative Cherry Bark Cough Syrup faWWand Rexall Nose Drops Aqueous Quick-Band Adhesive Rexall MILK OF MAGNESIA Rexall Kits First Aid__ Puretesl High Potency coo Liven Oft *t.29 Rexall Syrup of Figs Pitchers Castoria Medicated Skin Cream RfX-fMS 39* REXALL STORE VALUES-Today Rexall Milk of Magnesia Toothpaste Plenamins — 4.79 144 Rexall Asperoids, for colds 1 9C and 39C „ 2.49 50c Let's L!il«n and Laugh Again) Jimmy DURANTE and GARRY MOORE Returning lo the Rexall Drug Radio Show Friday Night, Sept. 15, CBS—? oal1 lo coast. K. D. James IT. 0. Bf. Wants Ads Bring Quick Eesulte TRIO OF BODE OVERSEAS VETS BACK ON LEAVE Bode: Master Sgt. Milton Kitt- seth .has arrived home from overseas service, where he toas with the army medical corps, and assigned to hospital duty serving in general hospitals in Prance, Germany, Holland, Luxemburg and Belgium. He will remain here 30 days. Tech. Sgt. Eugene Carlson is home from overseas on a 30 day furlough. Corp. Orville Rood of the army air corps material squadron, arrived home from 2 years overseas service, most of the time of which was spent in France and Germany. He will spelid his 20 day furlough at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rood. Golden Wedding Sunday afternoon, September 16 marks the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. K. S. Arne, and open house will be held at their .home in the afternoon 'rom 2 to 6. lonored at Party A birthday party was planned or Mrs. Amanda Aure at the E. I. Norman home Thyrsday even- ng, Aug. 30. Besides the immedi- te relatives which included the Normans, Torkel Au'res and R. F. Ullixsons, 20 relatives and friends n all were present. An evening's ntertainment of magical stunts vas put on by Mr. Norman, much- y to the enjoyment of those pres- nt after which a huge birthday ake with other delicacies was erved. Ladies Aid Program Hostesses at Ladies Aid Thursday afternoon were Mrs. Thor Selvig, Miss Minnie Hanson, Mrs. Chris Olson, Mrs. John Lomen, Mrs. A. H. Hanson and Mrs. Henry Olson. The program included an instrumental solo by Mrs. T. T. Thompson, a vocal solo by Delia Jannsen and a reading by Mrs. Carsyle Halsrud. Following the program refreshments were served. , After Weatern Triji « F , ou £ earners: " Mr. and M*s Earl Miller And Children Jacduelyn and Marvin of .MeCook, Nebr., ar* rived at Mrs. Miller's parent^ the C. N. Robinsons Saturday night Mr, and Mrs. Miller had, lived at McCook nearly 3 years where Mr. Miller was employed at an air base. lt - was a training base for the B-20S. Mr. Miler got his release a couple of weeks go, and since then the family .have been on a trip through Colorado .and the Dakotas. In Colorado they were at Denver and Rocky Mt. National Park, and at the Black Hills in South Dakota and they also visited an aunt of Mrs. Miller's, Mrs. Seeley at Chamberlain, S. D. The Millers expect to move into their house in Algona soon! 1 Mi 1 , and Mrs. Geo. Lee were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Terhune in Algona. Joe Nemmers of Bancroft, a friend of.Don's, who is in the navy spent a day at Leo Ramus' visiting while Don Ramus was there. Mr. and Mrs. Art Alexander and children called at Mrs. Alexander's sister the Aijelt Meyers of Ringsted. Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Jensen and daughters Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth and Mrs. Eldon Shaw were Sunday visitors at Mrs. Jensen's sister- in-law Mrs. Ida Elaine of Wesley. Callers at the Leo Ramus home Labor Day were Mrs. Hattie Wit" ham, Mrs.' Myrtle Vinning and daughter Harriet Frances, Mrs. Howard Witham and her mother Mrs. Jessie Royce. , Sunday dinner ' guests at Mr?. Violet Walker's were her mother Mrs. Edith Rich, who has been visiting there a few days, and Mrs. Walker's daughters and families, the Orville Holdrens,. the Lewis Broedners and the Cecil Bjus- ..,. M :•; iHf |a^^«» ; KM^^^fti,i«jJr» brother's 1»§8 .Kfiftfiift Baft ea&iefe to leaWS(6|>ti 24 M .fcaffip-OMrtttf' 111,, ,aftd jflll go ffbffi ihsfe to; a camp 1ft California, H6i«:ftow Vis* itlng his Mother Mrs. Or ae6 Ratftus near Desi Moines, Mrs* Q. E.*Hayne aoeompahied her son Carl and wlfS back to Nyack, N, Y. s Friday night by train wherg Carl is stationed at Camp Shahks. Mis. Hayhe esip"6cts f mm ,;e,e»Mitt§;»j jpltal 16* tfesteefti;. SHe is tfdtifiied with jsffitoflifts 6n-hef fe;6t, Mr* HelmefcS returned -hotte Saturday ftftd at pffeseht Is at Mr. JMntefa parents where,shg Is being eai-ed '•'•'''' •• ' •' '• Jill m .-*''* ' • ' • '•'•'•'.' ;• ' ' '.-' r '"'l Rising : Crowfts^ Headline Fashion fa crowns steal, the fashion: spotlight in. new Fall'hats! Dressmaker-draped high crowns, bloused crowns—crowns with exciting back interest! Dramatic, completely feminine—in soaring cloche brims, sideline berets, psyche bonnets, backrop coifs v —hats Excitingly flattering as they are new! .See the entire collection today. The ELIT l~4 • New Elevator Man Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rossing of Des Moines have moved to Bode where he has accepted a position with the Farmers Elevator. Bode Woman's Club The Bode Womans Club held the first meeting of the club year at the home of Mrs. Earl Olson Tuesday evening. Following the program the topic being on "'Famous Gardens", refreshments were served by the hostess, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson visited at the home of Mrs. George^ H. Free Thursday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Martin Trygstad and family have returned from a 2M> week outing at Okoboji. Lulu Johnson spent last week end from her secretarial duties in Mason City, at her home here. Mrs. Clayton Porter of Des Moines is spending two weeks a1 the home of her mother Mrs. O Espe. Mrs. Jack Satern and daughter Ila Watson have returned from a week's visit at the Maurice DeBo home in Hock Island, 111. Captain and Mrs. T. D. Rossing arrived home Sunday for a 15 day leave at the home of his parents Dr. and Mrs. T. M. Rossing. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanson and family spent Sunday in Algona visiting at the home of Mrs. Hanson's mother Mrs. Otto Knudson. Mrs. Elmer Pederson and daughter Mrs. Robert Benbow and small son of Long Beach, Calif., spent Labor Day with relatives in Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobs of Sioux City were week end visitors at the home of Mrs. J. B. Jacobson and also visited with other relatives and friends. Capt. and Mrs. T. D. Rossing went to Algona Monday afternoon to visit Mrs. Rossing's mother and where Mrs. Rossing will remain for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Karyln Lomen lave returned to their home in Des Moines after the week end holiday spent at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Lomen. Mr. and Mrs. Haldor Dale have returned from St. Paul where they spent a few days with their daugh- er Astrid, who is taking a cadet nursing course at Fairview hospital, St. Paul. Mrs. J. P. Jensen has returned rom a visit with relatives in St. 3 aul. Her son Maurice Hauge and laughter Mrs. C. Younkin who accompanied her there have remained for a longer visit. Mrs. Henry Bergum and son Jean and her mother Mrs. Kinseth of Bradgate have returned from a peek's visit in Cedar Rapids with Mrs. Bergum's daughter Lois who s employed there, and with other elatives. Mr. and Mrs. Art Hanson and children have returned from Harmony, Minn., where they visited at the homes of Mrs. Hanson's sis- er Mrs. Clarence Bendickson and ler two brothers Roy and Andrew Knuteslein. Edward Pederson'and son Gerald of Minneapolis spent the week end at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Pederson. His sister Mrs. Bergina Johnson accompanied them home for a visit .n the twin cities. Little Pamella Mattice, daughter of Coxswain and Mrs. C. Mattice, celebrated her 3rd birthday at the lome of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Holland, where Mrs. Mattice and her 3 small children live while her husband is serving in the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Olson were hosts last week Friday for Lt. and Mrs. .Craig Miller. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jacobs and Mrs. Enger Jacobson of Sioux Falls, S. D., were dinner guests at the Olson home, and Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hanselman and daughter? and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hanselman and daughters. t D.inner guests at the Leo Ramus home Saturday were Leo's aunt Mrs. Dave Hinse and son Bobby, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Shaw of Tama, Iowa. To shop at Consumer's Super Market Always the lowest prices before the war. Always 'prices at ceiling and most of them below ceiling during the war. Now we can assure you post-war prices that will be the very lowest for every day in the week. . Merchandise stocks are rapidly increasing and our goal is to be the first store to offer you actual pre-war shopping service. As war casualty merchandise returns we will list it in our ads and have it on our shelves for sale as long as quantities permit. , ' • • Betty Crocker SOUP MIX ; Skippy PEANUT BUTTED for/ Z5c lb. jar 330 RAISINS 2 lb. bag Kraft DINNER More and Better Meats Now Available SIRLOIN STEAK lb. 27c HAMBURGER ,„ 22c BEEF ROAST ,„ 24c BIG BOLOGNA lb 29c Folgers COFFEE Drip or Regular lib ' 29c Watermelon MACA YEAST ' per pkg. 3c FLOUR SALE KITCHEN PRIDE 50 lb. bag ROBINHOOD 50 lb. bag Colorado Peaches Per Crate . $1.49 , Michigan Peaches Per Bushel Lowest Price Italian Prunes Per 16 lb. lug S1.59 Jonathon Apples Per bushel $4.49 WIENERS Bulk VINEGAR Kerr LIDS POTATOES dozen jCvv >u>12c CABBAGE CAULIFIOWE CERTO 19c IIWSLYEg SOMITE BROO Sunshine Crackers GRAHAM HONEY. ^$1.29 BREAD Park oy BABY FOODS

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