The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 13, 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 13, 1945
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PS; vpm Milite who ls City spent the week en •at his home here. •+ii M ! M ? llly Llttlc|1 111.) is a house guest of Mrs, Hole White for a few days. _ Mrs. Mary Buenger wehi „ west Bend .Wednesday for a visi with Mrs. Fred Hanselman. Mr. and Mm VettWfi Casler ichildren visited Mr. and Mrs. John Sohueler in Baherbft Sunday. ' Miss Mary Mllbert enjoyed . \veek end visit from .her" mothe Mrs. Emma Hllbert of Whitte aiore. Mr., and Mrs. j. 1. Mefrymah .spent Tuesday In Armstrong where Mr. Merryman had a business appointment. '' Roger Burgess, son of the Rev •and Mrs. Earl Burgess returnee Tuesday from a Visit With friends " an Topeka, Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Deen and family spent Sunday in Okoboji They also visited Mr, and Mrs John Diets of Walcott. Rev. Earl Burgess went to Storm -JLake Monday where he attended £ cabinet meeting. The bishop and "four superintendents constitute the cabinet, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Bunting rspentTuesday at Bapldan, Minn., •enjoying the fishing, which they jeport as being "pretty good' 1 llapldan Is near Blue Earth. Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyer •are expecting their son Charles .from Iowa City for the week end. -Charles will fly up in his own plane which he has been operating since early spring. _ Mr. and Mrs. Prank Ditsworth have received wordjrom their son Xt. Dick Ditsworth of .the air corp •that he has left"Salinas, Calif., and is now in Mt. Town, Idaho. He has been in service two years. A son, Maynard Dean, was born ^Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. George Tlobbs. Mrs. Hobbs was the former Mona Dunn. . Mr .Hobbs is employed with the McGuire construction company at Shell Hock. Mrs. f. E. Kahn of Emmetsburg was a Sunday visitor at the J. J; Dooley hoftiei Mrs. Nettie Rich is visiting her daughter Mrs. Jack Light at Brlcelyn, Minn. Mrs. Jens Jcpson of Cedar Rap' Ids Is • here for a week with her niece Mrs. Julius Peterson.' Miriam Norton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton, has returned to Grinhell college to continue her college work after spending the summer at Lake Tahoe, Calif. .-." Wtn, j. Lamtith will leave next Tuesday for Ames where he will begin the study of veterinary medicine at Iowa State College follow* ing,his recent discharge from the army. v , . Don Taylor has purchased the Fred Larson house'just across the track oh N. Thorington and with his family moved there the first of the month. He is operating Jim 1 Radio Shop at the present time. Mr. Taylor Is a discharged veteran. Mr. and Mrs. lAcnneth, Stephenson and two daughters left Monday from N.ewton for their home n Artesia, Calif., after spending most of two Weeks in Algoha with icr parents Mr. and'. Mrs; Julius 'eterson. At Newton they visited Kenneth's brother Ellis and fam- Mrs. d. ft. taint And son Eddlfe spent d few days in Des Moines the. first of the week. Mrs. Julius Johnson of Hiiffi* boldt spent the week end with her sister Mrs. Dee Maude Lathrop, Dr, and Mrs. J. B. Winkel and Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter are leaving Saturday for a week of fishing in northern Minnesota. Mr, and Mrs. D. D. MonluS went to Spirit Lake Saturday and remained for a few days at their cottage near Templar Park. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Cook and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Reid spent the week end at RapidaHi Minn., where they enjoyed good fishing. Mrs. Prank Thorpe returned to her home in Ames the first of the week after a visit at the home of her sister Mrs. "Tony" Didrfksen. Mrs. J. P. Finley, whose husband passed away recently after a long illness, has gone to Kansas City for a visit of several weeks with her brother and. other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. George Carmody and children of Clinton are expected Saturday for a visit at the ^Raymond Cook home. They will also visit relatives and friends at Whittemore. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carr of ly. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd FarnhaM of Long Beach, Calif., who have been' /isiting in the home of her pa- ents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Eggert, will eave Thursday for Sioux City for. few days and then will return t leir home in California. Monday he Farnhams were visitors at the 1 "loyd Eggert home in Wesley. "''••' Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Swinford of Hot Springs, Ark., arrived Thursay for a visit with the letter's arents Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfers." The couple Is leaving Tuesday, of ext week for Clarkston, Wash., /here they perhaps Will locate or t least in iwinford is Ulfers. Washington. Mrs. the former Verabel LAND SALE - Public Auction Sept. 19, 1945, on premises at 2 p. hi. 10 miles east of Esthcrville on pavement, 4^'miles south of Dolliver on county road "3", 1% miles west of Maple Hill on south side of. pavement. N 16 of Sec. 16, north of railroad. 312 acres nice laying land, highly improved, water piped to house w»2s er «!I» I « l 5 CT ' BuUdl "es hooked up with REA line. J.C.KMS: ?5,000 day of sale. :Loan Co. will carry 522,500 loan at »£ A bala 2 ce cash March 1, 1946, when final settlement will be made and possession given. '•*.•. TWEDT & NELSON, Owners _ . .„ „ ESTHERVDLLE, IO\YA Col. Ben Reeves, Auctioneer, Esthervillc, Iowa 37 i Specials Austin, Minn., were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Malueg joined the party for dinner Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Pery Larkin and Lee Manning of Ruthven were Sunday guests at the Ernest Egel home. They also visited Mrs. Egel's mother who has been a patient at the Kossuth hospital for some time, • •• • Carolyn Klrsch of Eagle Grove is the new office p 'girl for the Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt law offices. She began Tuesday,' Sept. 4, replacing Donna Deen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Deen. Dbnna resigned to enter college. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh/Post took Mrs. Lillian White to Fort Dodge last Tuesday following a visit with her mother Mrs. Alfred Norman and friends. Mrs. White lives in Manilla where she is postmasS- er. She is. the .mother of Mrs. Dick Post. ^ •:-%& / n Bulle drton, who was employed at the Pf, W. camp until a, few weeks ago has now settled in Long Beach, Calif., where she has a position with J. H. Bench & Associates, public accountants. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Orton. Mrs. Rowena Runchey and two daughters, Wantalee and Sharron, leave today for LaMesa, Calif., Where they will make their home. They are driving through. Mrs. Runohey has a brother Clarence Woods, who lives at LaMesa, which is a suburb of San Diego. . Gene Kelley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kelley, who has been in service in Canada the past two years has finished his 30-day furlough with' his parents and has reported at Jefferson Barracks at St. Louis, Missouri. Gene is engaged in clerical work and has no Mr. and Mrs. Alex bettttand and children Kathy and Leottideis returned last Week from a •vacation of two weeks in Dertvef, the Rock- ies and the Black Hills. They also visited relatives Mr. . and., Mrs. James Anest at Bayard, Nefer. Ralph Taylor, son of Sffcand Mrs. Earl Taylor left Tuesday night for the Great Lakes training center at Chicago. He has completed his boot training, Me also visited his aunt Mrs. Cecil McGinnis and other relatives here. Oliver Barker of Backus* Minn., visited from Thursday until Sunday at the home of his Mother Mrs. Dora Fraser, his sister Miss Barker and with the Clarence Fraser family. From here he went to Spencer for a visit With relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Ditsworth and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cruikshank are planning on spending the week end in Ames with Mr. adn Mrs. Arthur Jackman and family. Mrs. Jackman is a sister of Mrs. Ditsworth and Mr. Cruikshank, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hornbuckle have moved into one of the Lathrop apartments. Their son Harold who was recently discharged from service has as yet made no decision as to future plans. Their daughter Hazel is employed at :the P. W. camp. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Funk returned the first of the week from a vacation spent in northern Minnesota at Lake Mille Lacs. They visited friends in Minneapolis and also at Owatonna where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raney Putz formerly of near Burt. Don Deal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Deal, who suffered a 'Wain Merle Pratt aitd Bcecher Lane went to Des Moines Wednesday to attend a Bendix meeting. Mrs. Howard Beardsiey left Saturday for Vinton Where she will visit relatives about a week. Milton Dahl has been ill the past week with the flu. He is still unable to be at his radio repair shop. W. J. Sigsbee and sons Harlan and Bob left Thursday for a four- day fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. spent last week Herb Hedlund in Des Moines first. Mr. and Mrs. hopes, of a discharge timel' - for some . Mrs. A. O. Sonerholm of Britt at the home of her concussion following a ' dive in shallow water and which was reported in detail last week is still a patient at the Kossuth hospital. He is recovering nicely if not; as rapidly as was thought possible at _. George Conklin have received word from their son who is in service that he will be leaving Czechoslovakia betweten September 4 and 6 and hopes to be home by Christmas. According to the dates given, he has started the first leg of his homeward journey. Mr. and Mrs. Win. C. Dau enjoyed a recent vacation at Duluth and Hibbing, Minn., and fishing at Bena. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Engel and little four year old son of Davenport. Mr. Engel was employed several years by Mr. Dau and went to Davenport a few years ago. Mr. &nd Mrs. H. T. Bunkofskc spent Sunday at Swea City at the home of her sister Mrs. W. H. with the letter's mother Mrs. S. W. Dustan. Mrs. D. D. Oreer, nee Virginia Morck, went to Omaha Friday for a weeks visit with her friend Mrs. Fred Grimm. Mr. and Mss. Glen Raney and daughter Meredith attended the wedding of Mary Jane Neville at Emmetsburg Sunday afternoon, Mrs. Duane Logue, the former Dolores Geilenfeldt, is now employed at the S. & L, store. Mr. Logue is employed at the Consumers store. Mr. and Mrs. Herb HedJund were week end visitors at Albert Lea at the home of Mrs. D. Mitchell. Mr. Hedlund is a brother of Mrs. Mitchell. Duane Reynolds, son of Mrs. Lyle Reynolds arrived Sunday on a ten day leave. He has finished his boot • training at the Great Lakes training center. Mrs. Dennis Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oxley of Corwith are leaving Friday for a ten day visit with relatives in Lemmon, S. D., Mother's Best Flour W print sack 49 Ib. bag.... .52.39 Apricots, in syrup, No. 10 can........ Blackberries, No. 10 can....... Heinz White Vinegar, gallon ....4Qc Chocolate Syrup, 20 oz. jar 29c Peas, Garden brand, No. 2 can 2 cam 25c Corn, School Girl, yellow cream ? No. 2 can ....^.t.::...2 cans 23c Spaghetti or Macaroni, 2 Ib. bag |g c Mother's Cocoa, 1 Ib. bag.. . . _.|3 C Apple Butter, quart jar........;._:^±...25e Miller's Wheat Flakes , . :., : 2 pkgs. J J c Self Polishing Floor Glaze, qt. bottle "79q Fine Art Toilet Soap.;.. ... Metal Scouring Sponges.,, 3bars2(c 2 for I7C Fresh Frozen Crushed Pineapple Fresh-Cauliflower, Green Beans, Celery, Carrots, Cabbage, Sweet Corn, Head Lettuce, Tomatoes, Red and Green Peppers, Cucumbers, Acorn Squash/Sweet Potatoes, Ground Cherries, Canto- loupe, Watermelon, Pears, Peaches, Plums, Grapes, Apples, Lemons, Oranges, Grapefruit. vj^ daughter Mrs., H. C. Anderson and family. Mrs. Sonerholm was en- route to Fort Dodge where she will remain a fortnight with her daughter Mrs. H. D. Steiner, and family.' A third son, Dennis Michael, was recently born to Mr. and Mrs. Steiner. . .. • ::.. Howard Ulfers and /daughters Shu-ley and Nancy of Minneapolis spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ulfers, and sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Swinford. The Ulfers and Swinfords drove to Minneapolis the first of the week and took Howard and daughters to their home,Mrs. Max Richardson and little daughter left last week for their home in Summit, N. J., after spending several weeks in Algona with Max's father, B. P. Richardson. They were here while Max was in Honolulu, Hawaii, doing some special work for the Bell Telephone Laboratories by whom he is employed. Charles R. Lewis Sr. of Lakota, father- of Mrs. Harvey Reid, has been here with his -daughter! to visit with his son Charles R. Lewis Jr., his 'daughter Mrs. A. L. Sorenson and .Thomas- H. Lewis, all ot Glendale and Mr, Lewis Sr. is. driving to Glendale with the party on Wednesday and will spend the! winter in California, | Raymond E. Steven came home Wednesday, Sept. 5, from Tyndall, •Field, Fla,, where he will receive .his discharge .October 6. He is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Steven. Raymond is a first lieutenant in the army air /corps and < has been In service three years and nine months. He was overseas in the ETC for two years, Mr. and Mrs, Henry Rleken o( Momence, 111., came last Thursday for about a 'month's visit with their son, Melvin Rieken, and family of B.urt and their d^ughtev, Mrs, Rqbert Gross, and family at Ventura, They had had their grandson, Maynard Rieken, with them in Illinois all summer. He returned home with them to begin school. Capfc and Mrs, E, L, MJlstead re* turned ^Saturday from a three week sojourn :in Clinton, They went to AHron, Iowa, for tl^e week end at the hpme of the tetter's parents, Mr. sn4 Mw,' Fre4ell, They brought thei? elieven-.m()nth.T.ei4 kynn home with . them. the MJ}ste?4s stay in ton little Lyn|j.J}94 bgeij with - '• -'.'• v Meyer and family. Another 'sister Mrs. Harold Finn and her husband and two children. Charles ahd Harold of Chicago were also there The Finns will also visit in Algona and with other relatives in the vicinity before returning home. Mrs. Jess Deen is taking - Her daughter Donna to Cedar Rapids Thursday where she will enter Coe college. Donna plans to takeua course in journalism. Miss Kate Schoerielve .olEverly, a 1 cousin''of Mrs.' Deen will accompany them-. Enroute home ; the ladies will visSt" relatives in Dysart. Miss Deen?ha6- been employed - at -the -offic^'of Shumway, Kelly & Fristedt. —"; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Faulstick spent the week end in Mlnneap-' olis. They brought Mrs. Faulstick's" parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jaskulke home with them. The latter couple plan to make their home with Mr. and Mrs. Faulstick. Both fan*. ilies. are enjoying a visit from Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jaskulke of Chi* cago who arrived the first of the week for a two weeks visit. , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butts have received word of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs, Herbert Butts of Des Moines. Herbert has been working in an ordnance plant there the past four years, after which he entered service. He h now located at Ft. Knox. Kentucky. His wife is the former Darlene Zentner of Renwick. The little newcomer has been named Gary Eugene. M";, Harold Wilkie and infant son William Grant, arrived Monday from Lansdale, Pennsylvania for a six weeks visit at^he home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. A. Vigars. Mr. Wilkie will join them September 20 but will be here only a few days. He will attend conferences in Texas and other points. Mr. Wikie is chaplain at large to military hospitals and consultant to ministers of the Evangelical and Reform churches. and at the Carl Pratt home in Haynes, N. D. Judge G. W. Stillman received word this week that his brother, James Stillman of Dolliver, who has been overseas in the army for about two years, was back in the states and due home soon. W. C. Dewel received word Wednesday that his son, Gordon, who has been in the army and overseas for a good many months, sailed Sept. 4 from a European port. He should reach the states about Sept. 17. Bob Sigsbee, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee, who was recently discharged after three and one-half years of service in the European area is leaving for Fort Dodge soon where he will attend a business school. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Gregson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Gregson, Mrs. Bert Baldwin and Audrey Frye left Sunday for Cass Lake where they will spend the week fishing. The Kenneth Gregsons are from Central Heights, Mason City. U. and Mrs. Edwin Gilmore of Ft. Benning, Georgia, came Monday for a visit with the letter's parents Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Gilmore and grandmother Mrs. Minnie Gilmore. Lt. Gilmore will report later to a point on the west coast. Mrs. Tom Rabun and little daughter Ann of/Sioux City came last week for a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Godden. Mr. Rabun is in the air corps and is located at Camp Beale, Calif. Mrs. Rabun is the former Joan Godden. •,.,-. ,.-;-. ..;.; • .. - vMr. and -Mrs. .Stewart Barnes of Columbus, Ohio, are here on a four day leave and are visiting the former's mother Mrs. Cydney Laird and 'grandmother Mrs. S. B. French. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart also visited his.-family in Des Moines. He is in the navy. Fern Carney spent Sunday visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert A.. Carney. Fern is employed in Madison, .Wis. Sunday dinner guests at the Carney home were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Carney and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Shipler of Burt, and Mrs. Earl C. Cooper of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. James Alien and sons, Bill and Jackie, spent the week end at Great Lakes, 111,, visiting their son Dick who is training there. Dick was scheduled to come home Aug. 15, but became ill the same day his leave started. He now expects to get his leave from the navy Sept. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elkins visited at the Ed Haag home last week Thursday. They came here from Nevada where Mrs. Elkins has been living. Joe was recently discharged from service. He was in action in Italy. He has made no definite plans as yet concerning his work or location. Mr. and Mrs. "Rocky" Welp returned to Algona Tuesday after Rocky received his mustering out at Camp McCoy, Wis. Mr. Welp served for some,time ih the air corps. Mrs. Welp is the fofftier Marie Semon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Semon. Their plans for the future are indefinite. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter took Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nelson attc their children to their home at Ringsted Sunday. Mrs. Nelson is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Potter Mr. Nelson has been a patient at a veterans hospital in Chicago the past 13 weeks where he received surgery. He is much improved. Visitors at flic A. J. Elscheid home on Monday were Mr, and Mrs. Martin Eischeid of Webster City, also their son Jerry, home on leave from the navy; on Tuesday was the Rev. Bernard Eischeid of Armstrong; and on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. John Scheeler of Cylinder. Week end visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eischeid and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Dentlinger, all of Carroll, who also visited the Henry Eischeids. Howard Gcnrich stopped in Sioux City last Wednesday and Thursday to visit Ensign Richard Woodward and Meredith Raney, the latter also visiting at Sioux City. Howard had just received a medical discharge from the army Tuesday. Richard was just given his commission recently and will now be assigned to a ship out of San Francisco, Calif. Meredith returned to Algona Thursday. All three are 1943 graduates of the Algona high school. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Potter have received word from their son Dick who was home on a visit a few months ago that he is now stationed at Hutchison, Kansas-. He went from here to Jacksonville and recently reached Hutchison where ne will take a course of study on the V-24's. Upon completion of the course, he will .become an instructor. His wife who has been living in West Fargo, N. D., will .join been tobldiMf ft, re'^onllbll Fertilizer We have a limited quantity of Plow Under Fertilizer, also 20% Super Phosphate. Prepare your lawn for the winter by applying Lawn Fertilizer. Also seed bare spots. , 3-8 inch and real rope. inch pre-war rope. This is Special Water Softener Salt. We deliver. Algona Flour & Feed Co; PHONE 257 FANCY MOUNTAIN Bartlett Pears 46 Ib box $5.98 California SUNKIST LEMONS 2 n* 25c PLUMS . fcl Qft c per basket VVV SUNKIST ORANGES Largesize Ib jfe SUNKIST ORANGES Smdlsize: . HOME GROWN POTATOES f Q QUART Mason Jars, Mason Jars;' pints,.:....! doz. Jar Rubbers.. 4 pkgs. |9c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice 46 oz. can Buster Peanut Butter 1 Ib. jar 25c Lady Corine 2 Ib. jar Pure Apricot Preserves...... fi9(j Country Style • Picldes... ........27 oz. jar 29c ; Jack''Sprat...;- ;: ':'?: ,_ Mustard Seed Jack Sprat ' Celery Seed Jack Sprat. Dill Seed.....:... Jack Sprat • Pickling Spice, •Spark's Pure '•"".• .. /••,-•'-• .'.'• . '."-'.'«"" Honey..... : „ _J5 Ib. jar S|.(9 Jack Sprat : " , 3V£ oz. jar Queen Olives ...—^£............ jJ5g CHOCOLATE CREAM TBURS., FBI. SAT., SEPT. 13-14-15 SUN., MON,, TUBS., WED.. SEPT. 16-17-18-19 ^^***'»«'^**^*»* JLJ ^^AVXUXUTJ. . ' -'... - •'.'•< •.•'• '' • ".'"• •' ' ' '^•^^" ^f^± ' COFFEE. 1 Ib. bag 29c Chun King 1 Ib. 3 oz. jar Chop Suey Vegetables M «" 1 lb ^ Chili Beans .............. ..._2 for 27c -_ . ' 2 Quart Jar Kandy Korn ........................ 3§ c Assorted > Hard Candy ..... . ............ bag 29c Baking Powder Calumet. ................. 8 oz. can 9c Jack Sprat 3 n>. pkg, Pan Cake Flour...... ..... ... ..... .. |g c Dark Syrup.. ...... ........J gal, 29o Sun X Bleach ............. ... .qt |9c Book Matches........2 bojces - 2JC Jack Sprat , v ,- Tall can Milk ............ .. . .. ,___3 for Palmolive Soap... .......3 for Camay Soap......... J......3 for |9<j All Purpose Washing Powder Velvo ......... ..I,:; 'Washing Powder ' Electrene ........... ...... .pkg, 23<J Cream of Wheat...,lge, pkg. Coco Wheat oye4 ft .. &n4 Mrs, W, H, ClawsoB !tbt ROUND STEAK BEEF SHOULDER ROAST 6 points, ,„....„„,„-^^ en4 visit frsuj Jfae Hesgelton o{ center Maris Because of ftp Grave §ne[ tee -Wja. Hpsseltog cams frpja then-, Jjem^ at Sagje Grave RING 5 LB. AMERICAN CHEESE warn mmm

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