The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 20, 1945
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St. Joe Folks Back From Kiti't Funeral In Regina, Sa*k. •St. Joe: Mr. and Mfs. John •. . . "deorge Thul and, Mrs. Sylvester Wagner ^turned iottie last Tuesday from Marquis, Sask., Canada, where they had gone t6 attend the fufief at af Peter Thul. Mf, thill, 63 years of age, pass* dd away Sept. 3fd several days after he had undergone an- opera" tion at Regina, Sask. lie luaves to, mourn Mis Wife, S daughters and 4 sons, 3 sisters and 3 brothers and many othei? relatives and friends here and at his home. Should Be Gettd Shade A sunflower stalk in the yard of A. J, Evans of Creseo has grown to extreme heights this year ."It noW stands more than 12 feet high and has more than 100 blossoms on it. The plant was given special attention and was transplanted in the early part <« the season the Algoftft Uflper tte§ Maitteg, Algotta n, mmi^^ BEN FRANKON Nylon Brassier* "Uplift designs. Size 34 to 38. Infant's Sweater Bonnet and Bootie Outfit Color blue, or pink. Beautifully made. set Tin Mailing Cam For mailing cakes or candies. Small size 39c Large size 49c Dust Mop Heads Small size 49c Large size 79c Religious Picture* Framed glasse, beautifully colored. 'Variety of objects and scenes. Size-12x15. 98c each Clothes Line 100 foot roll. 79c Medicine Chest White enamel. All mirror door. Metal frame. Two sizes One shelf Two shelf. Dolls Order your doll for Xmas Now. Our layaway plan Insures you against disappointment at Xmas time. A small deposit, and small payments will keep your doll for you. Big selection of dolls. Come in and look them over. We have been able to secure some Horsman dolls. Wax Paper 165 foot roll in cutter box. $329 Stove Pipe Wire IOC spool "SNOWBIRD" Floor Wax Self polishing. Flash Light Batteries IOC each' Garment Bags , I'". Keep/you^clotl^'' in, mothproof bags. Knives and Forks Set Stainless steel," plated. , Maple handle. * 50c set 49c Chocolate 1 lb. package assorted Brach chocolates. Fresh. Just arrived. Shag Rugs All colors and designs. Assorted sizes. to Infant Blankets Pepperill 30x40 49c Pepperill 27x36 38c Clothes Pin Bags With, wire attachment. 49c Mittens Infant, ladies' and boys'. Buy them now. New stock. 'l/AW/l-vAr /Lc4>vuyvLflL This season tanneries ft host of flattering new hat styles. Come see them all at our gala Fall Opening. Coquettish bonnets ... sophisticated Russian tui*- bans . . . perky berets '.,.'. and smart pill boxes-all of them an invitation to romance at every turn. Soft felt, High, wide crown with , feather trim. $3.98 io Fenton Druggist Suffers Stroke Friday, at Store Fenton: Frank Eigler, prominent Fenton druggist, suffered a stroke Friday morning, Shortly after he had gone to his Store. «e is confined to his bed at home at present. • . , Mis daughter, Mary Jane Eigler, who had been attending a camp at Springfield, Mo., arrived home Saturday evening and is now at the home of her parents. Shopped in Algona The following were' Algona shoppers Saturday: Mrs. Fred Jentz and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs Roy Chrischilles and Ronaldi Mrs Martha Chrischilles, Mrs. Elwin Schlei, Mrs. Ed Schlei, Mrs; R. C Goetsch, Mrs. Gerald Voigt, Miss Josephine Lund, Mrs. E. K. Johnson, Mrs. Forrest Hanifan and Barbara. Miss LaVonne Newel who teaches in Hartley spent the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs Chas. Newel. Miss Eunice Johnson, daughte: of the E. K. Johnsons, arrived home Monday morning aftei spending some time in Little Hock Ark. While there she held a secretarial position in the city hall. Mr. and Mrs. Emil'Bleckwenn and Norma Jean spent Saturday in Mason City where they consulted a specialist in regard in Norma 'jean's eyes. Mrs. Ray Reimers and Judy of Iowa City, Mrs. Arlo Ranney and Mrs. Emma Reimers were Friday dinner guests at the Wilbur Kearns home in Ringsted. Mr. and Mrs. John Waite and Jerry came Friday from Manhatten, Kansas, and will spend two weeks at the parental J. T. Waite and Frank Humphrey homes. Mrs. Arlo Ranney, Mrs. Emma Reimers and Mrs. Ray Reimers and Judy of Iowa City were Thursday dinner guests at the Ervin Christensen home in Ringsted. Miss Eunice Krause who has been employed in Plumb's jewelry store in Des Moines came home Friday to spend the week end with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Walter Krause. On Monday Eunice started working at the James drug store in Algona. , .Miss Shirley Frank and her friend Don Shaw of Des Moines and Miss Barbara Frank, who teaches in Eagle Grove spent week end at the E. J. Frank home. Miss Phyllis Frank has. been spending a week at the Frank home but re turned, to Minneapolis U Mrs y 'Amer Cody and Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Anderson of >,• Des Moines spent Tuesday evening at the Lloyd Finnestad home. The Andersons have been visiting,, other relatives around Fenton also. Mr. Anderson is a cousin of Mrs. Cody, Norman, Lloyd, John and Amos Finnestad. ..-^'. i Mr, and Mrs^eorge^Seuns and Shirley spent the"weekt«nd attthe Henry Schaupp homejat X)uniap t They were accompanied, by Mrs. A F Rehder and Bert and Grant as far as Storm Lake where they will spend some time at the hqme of Mrs. Rehder's parents Mr. and Mrs; Bert Schuelke. Lt. and Mrs. Lewis McCowen and baby Sharon Lee of California came Thursday night and will vis- It at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad and family. Mrs. McCoweh is,the former Marion Finnestad. Lt. McCowen is having a 30 day furlough and so he and his family drove to Iowa to spend part of it. They will be here 10 da Mrs. Paul Eigler entertained in honor of her daughter Sharon Lee's eighth birthday Friday, Sept. 14, from 4 to 6 p. m. Guests were Duane Dreyer, Shirley DeWall, Carol Jane Bierstedt Kathleen Bellinger, Audra Straley, Janice Jentz, Betty Jean Cody, Rodger Dreyer, Loveda Kohlwes, Carol Sue Tatum, Janice Wallace Jackie Munch, Sandra Theesfiejld and Judy Eigler, all friends and schoolmates of Sharon Lee. Also Sharon's grandmother Mrs. John Kohlwes, Mrs. Arlm Kohlwes, Mrs. V. J. Tatum, Mrs. Henry Miller and Mrs. E. H. Dreyer. They all enjoyed a wemer roast in Eigler'soback yard. Rev. A. F. Rehder, Delmond •Rolte, Herman Wehrspann and Wayne Kerber left Tuesday for northern Minnesota where ,, they will spend the week fishing. Miss Edith Laage of Des Moines spent the week end at the C. a. Laage home. TIRES Certificate Holders— Our Stock Is Complete 600x16 SI5.20 450x21, ..... $11,35 475x19, SI 1. 40 525x18 ..... $12,70 525x17) 550*17) SI3.95 Mrs. Lyle Newel entertained the Women's Auxiliary at her home Friday afternoon. Delores Mansanger Spent the week end in Iowa Falls at the Clyde Brooks home. Ray Priebe went to Mason City Monday where he underwent an operation oh his nose. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall, Janet and Phyllis spent Monday in Fort Dodge shopping. Miss Florence Weisbrod of Des Moines spent the week end at the W. J. Weisbrod home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fauerby of Eldora spent the week end at the E. C. Fauerby home. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Denker of Lester spent the week end at the parental W. J. Weisbrod home. Vernon Finnestad left Monday for Augustana college at Canton, S. D., where he will be a senior. Miss Manoh Widdel, daughter of Harry Widdel was married Friday to George Dale of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Mansager and Eugene spent the week end at the home of Melvin's brother in Hollendale. Mrs. Anna Osborn and Mrs. Pauline Goetsch were Monday evening dinner ! guests at the Otto Kelly home near Swea City. Rev. and Mrs. Waterman of Stratford called on friends in Fenton Monday morning while en- route to Estherville to attend a conference. • . Ernest Priebe recently took ill again and was taken to the Emmetsburg hospital but later was brought back to the home of his son Carl Priebe, where he is now recuperating. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Priebe and Janice Mae and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and family were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Delmer Fisher home at Lone Rock. Robt. Vdigte, Burt, Released From Army Burt: Robert Voigt arrived Saturday from Amarilla. Texas, where he had received his discharge from the army. 'He Will leave in a few days to join his wife and Child at Salt Lake City, Utah. His brother, Martin, received his discharge about a month ago. The brothers had not seen each other for four years. Both served overseas for a long time. A third brother, Wilhelm, is Still in France. The fourth brother, Albert, was killed in action. Mrs. Francis Pryne and baby Susan and Mr .and Mrs. J. S. Auner of Des Moines came Friday for a visit at the Mrs. E. J. Murtagh and Theo. Chrischilles homes respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Auner returned home the first of the week but Mrs. Pryne will remain for a Idnger visit with her mother and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. McAninch were Sunday guests at the Ed Holm home at Pilot Grove. OPEN HOW 350 COMPLETE NEW Guest Rooms Personal attention to your reservations. Garage next door. The 24th BOSS HOTEL JoitphE. Whalen MANAGE! 4th & Locust HOTEL SRVERV Des Moines' Host. To Iowa NOTICE! Due to my health I am quitting the painting business October 1, 1945, and 1 want to thank all my patrons for the business you have given me in the past. I have leased the JOHNSON PHILLIPS "66" STATION on Highway 18 where I'll appreciate your future business. Albert Hagg Algona U. D. M. Wants Ads Bring Quick Results, 650x16) $18,45 r 825*20 -- ADD EXTRA FLAVOR TO YOUR MEALS WITH — v SUieeT GIRL' OTS FRESH TOMATOES NATIONAL'S MARKET VALUES AH the BEEF You Want! - „. S. GRADED GOOD ^ """ Beef Roast* 26 SIRLOIN 39c u. s. GOOD STEAK Lb. Ground Beef 25c PURE Lb. 1 U. S. Good—Well Trimmed '. T-BONE STEAK lb. TI. S. Good—Steak SHORT CUTS IbT U. S. Good—Beef SHORT RIBS lb. Fresh Dressed BULL HEADS - lb. In Wine Sauce, Cut Lunch HERRING.... -. lb. BLACK ZANTE. DRIED 1B4B PACK—PEAS GREEN GIANT ..... UNSWEETENED • GRAPEFRUIT JUICE noon * MCLEAN . APPLE JUICE ...... HEALTHFUL DRINK ORANGE JUICE Bottle i8-o*. C»n 29 c 23c RAISINS Round Steak u. s. GRADED GOOD Lb. GOLDEN BLEACHED NATIONAL RYE BREAD NATIONAL RAISIN COFFEE CAKE HEALTHFUL DKINK FRESH MILK MACARONI CREAMETTES lOc Each. Quart M* 8c GRAHAMS PALMOLIVE Both Size. SOAP POWDER Pkg< B R O O M S 99c SEWED Each DRANO OPENS CLOGGED DRAINS 1-lb. ^^^ — L^aa FORT DEARBORN SUNSHINE . KRISPY CRACKERS .... NEW WAY TO BBINK VITAMINS HEMO • HBBSIffiY'S COCOA EVAPOBATED MILK CARNATION ., VELVEETA KRAFT CHEESE Point Free 19c PLAIN OB P»OENTO-^Poto$ fnt PABST-ETT BOASTED IN THB SHEW. PEANUTS ,,.. •i», 25e SALfED PEANUTS,.,.. ». 23c 1»-80 8IZK ... „ PRUNES , $& M« JUICE DRINK jttr, farow; We WAX t < f t| » «',t * »'* ,,.2 BLUtS •.s you WASH

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