The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algona tJil^^i Moines, Algotia, Iowa, September 26,1945 THE GM/NS AM 6WAT FOODS" rfliH call yout attention to the price of high " •" . ^Ve iftVite ypt comparison of our prices with .tttteM lMiJd8''fite8uT-'o; ; ^v'^ ; • .>'•• - -' : \ •'-•• . . . We believe we flfe justified in asking tor ydilf egg business. v ; ; '.,V ;'."... /' • Lane*boro Produce & Hatchery jWstribuiOtt of Wttk ctf Jfertwstlttn Feed* Shower far Bridi, Sunday* at four Cortms four CfornefSf A feefeptlon wa held Sunday afternoon at the W ftay Sriiith hotirie for Mr. and Mrs Herbert Wallace of Feftton. Mrs Wallace being the former Eva Le Sifilth. There ^ere 40 relatives and .guests {JJhSsent, narhely- Mr, and Mrs. Delberl Zanke of Garner, Mr arid Mr's. Perry Logman and daughter of Sexton, Mr. ,and Mrs •Floyd Duncan and son Eldon o; Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dugari arid son Richard of Burt, Mr. and Mf§, Tom Trenary and daughter Viola of Burt, Harold Becker of CONVENIENT SHOPPING and More table enjoyment When you make your personal selection from the wide variety of Dependable Quality Foods at NCILQAK oEiLmo PRICES, m ALL ORANGES ..'SWEET FULL RIFE SUNKIST VALENClAS 'SMALL SIZES THINNER < -SKIN '.MORE JUICE > COSTS .LESS .GOES FURTHER 8 to, Visonette Bag 59c 1 RflY »« SIZE -2 BUA 171 COUNT BOX S4i SIZB > 844 COUST S $3.99 ITALIAN FRESH PRUNES The popular priced canning fruit that requires little or no sugar. CAN NOW SEE OUR PRICE .•, /... , .• SQUASH, pound 60 CALIFORNIA GRAPEFRUIT, pound 110 JONATHAN APPLES, pound 130 CALIFORNIA PLUMS, 52 count basket PEAS BY THE CASE! 1945 PACK NO LONGER RATIONED "Now that peas can be had without ration points yon will want a case or more to add ' to your canned goods reserve for next winter. Because 'of\ unfavorable growing weather In June and July, top quality peas such as the following will be scarce later—stock up on -peas of dependable quality without delay. I 'SUPERB SWEET :•.-,::-•: ^,:;-:^ No. 2 can 14e GARDEN RUN PEAS, 24 can case $3.36 HT,i : SVnB GARDEN RUN PEAS, 24 cania«r -NOKTH-STATE sSWEEX No. 2 can IOC I REGARDS •-.••. • '-•••]'-"^- •: '••;<'.••:•'• 'No., Z can-. iOe:::v - • •:«; JUNE PEAS, 24 can ease ....... J2.W PENJEI M*k«i Urn «nd J«lly with !•» iug*r. On* ftty cup« lot-cup r«clp« lor all frulU and b«ni««. PKfi, ..........I2c • \ REGARDS MEXICAN STYLE BROWN BEANS IN CHILI GRAVY An appetizing: combination for the "One Hot Dish". See the easily -. prepared, recipe on the • .label/.l-iKeep^a-:;. few • /cans'• in reserve for emergency meals."';; "'"•' NO. Z CAM ...,;..-I2c tHEWwAY llCIIlU \ IB. JAR Council Oak now has ample supplies of beef to assure our customers a variety of cuts at the prices they want to pay. POINT VALUES REDUCED ROUND STEAK, ,CUT TO YOUR POUND, ORDER ..;.............,..;.. 40c, 38c and SIRLOIN STEAK, TO YOUR POUND, A« . 4lc f 40e and 04C SHORT CUT STEAKS POUND, Sic, 47c and SHOULDER ROAST POUND, 28c, 26c and STANDING RIB ROAST, 10 , 26c STANDING RIB ROAST, 7 Md 29c FRESH SMOKED BOMICNft l aidi RlW FRESH RENDERED PURE LARD SMAU. TENDER FRANKFURTERS MARGARINE WILSON'S The Spread that Betters Your Bread PflflCflKEFtnUI) m 3 BEES HONEY CREME ; 3|oney JIQW ; W';. make it moye convenient "T.i , Try it as ft sprea4 |or Robfe, Oup *i_ i>l '$£&}, mm&& 'smatmmiffiil HIM 604T5i Z pkgt 5™»S l^yMeiiS^^M: psy& HIM' : * g *K>' ? ' ^miS^*'-" I |i§I^SS^8^^if| BurtfMr. and Mrs. Henry Smith and children of Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Eniil Person and family of Lone flock, Mr. sad Mrs. E. C. Witham and daughter Ellen, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Millet and children Jacquelyn and Marvin, Arlen and Esther Elscheld. The afternoon was spent socially after which sandwiches, ice cream, cake and coffee were served. Mrs. H. Smith made the bride's cake. The bridal couple received Many nice gifts, •...'••• Ramus Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus went to Des Moines Saturday noon to be present for the Ramus reunion Sunday to be held at Left's Sister's Mrs. Ed Moore home. They expected to return home Sunday night. Mrs. Ramus' parents Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham cared for the farm chores and the two Ramus children during their parents absence. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Will were •callers Sunday evening at the John Sabin home. ,. • ; Callers at the Otto Harlan home Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Will Drayton. Mr. and Mrs. C. N, Robinson were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Witham, Milan Bjustrom accompanied Cliff Bjustroms back; to Des Moines for a visit Sunday. The Roy Sarchett family were supper guests of the Otto Harlans Thursday night of last -week. Mrs. Russel Walker's rnothe Mrs. Hugh Raney spent frpm BJri day evening until Sunday evening at the Walker home. Murl and Alan, children of Mr and Mrs. Russel Walker, attended a birthday party in Algona Friday for Donna Rae Potter who was 3 years old. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holdren had a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of two of their children' birthdays, namely Orville Holdren and Arlene Gross. Mrs. A. J. Eischeid entertained at a shower Monday afternoon Sept. 17, for Mrs. Herbert Wallace of Fenton, Mrs. Wallace being the former. Eva Lee mith. Jackie Person of Lone Rocl spent the week end at the W. Ray Smith home assisting Mrs, Smith in making preparations-of a reception held Sunday at the'.Smith home. : Mrs. W. Ray Smith has of late Jen caring for Shirley Jean, year md a half old daughter of Lt. anc Mrs. Donald Arris, who are in San Antonio, Texas, where Lt. Arns expects to receive his discharge from the service. Mr. and Mrs. Russel Walker had as dinner guests' Sunday, Mrs Walker's relatives, Mr; and Mrs Hugh: 'Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Raney,, Mr. and;;VMrs,--- : ;Hqwai[<; Raney,''MrSi;Sherwood Potter attc daughter Donna Rae. ' " Mr. %nd Mrs. Win. Drayton received a teegram Sunday morning announcing the arrival of a .son. Richard-Allen, -weight '7,% Ibs. f| Mr. and' Mrs. Russel Howard 61 Washington, D. C. Mrs/'Howard is the former Mar;jorie Drayton. : Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hoeshen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom and family, Mr. and Mrs. •Lewis Broesder and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and family gathered at Mrs. Violet Walkers' Monday evening, the occasion being Charlotte Walker's 21st birthday. , Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Nelson called at the Ray • Smith home Thursday evening and took Lt. and Mrs. Donald Arns' baby daughter Shirley Jean, who-Is staying at the Smith home, home with them. She remained with Nelsons until Saturday night when her grandfather Marlow came for her..He brought her back to the Smith home Sunday afternoon. Saturday night guests at the Cecil Bjustrom home were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Blustrpm and two boys of Stratford, Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bjustrom and family of Des Moines, Cliff Bjus- troms had gone to Minneapolis on Wednesday and were enroute home and stopped over to be present for their brother 'Ray and wife 25th wedding anniversary, which was celebrated Sunday. FOR SALE: Iron bed and springs. Karl Sprague, phone 942W. For Greater Farm Profits Use Better Farm Equipment Titonka Implement Co. Norrls Kelt, Prop, Titonka, Iowa MoCormick-Deertng: Sales and Service International Trucks FannaJl Tractors . Complete Line of Repairs Agriculture is by far the leading Industry of the county and the one Othep business are depencjanfupon, therefore a reliable Implement supply and repair service is a vital requirement of the. farmers of the Qpnwnunity, This firm specializes in the old reliable MceprmJclwDeering ling which, bag been ithe leader in its field ( pjp ovejp • a. Jhunjlre4 years. ,f fee hame McCormlck'Deeri lltty and tbe agri " - .... Thji great JriterRatipnal Bar* les^s the way In ^roent and -In* . A; p i s in .. m* Plan Dinner And Bazaar At Sexton For October 4th Sexton: Mrs. Earl Angle was hostess Thursday afternoon to the Sexton W. S. C. S. and a nice little crowd attended and made plans for a chicken supper and bazaar to be held at the Sexton hall on Thursday evening, Oct. 4th. * Mrs. Evert Hodgin. Greenville, came Thursday evening by train to visit at the parental home here. Mrs. W. H. Brown, Minneapolis, visited at e the*ome of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders the latter part of the week. S-€gt. Leroy Stoffel, discharged veteran, and Alma Grandgenett spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Krieps. Mrs. Elizabeth Amesbury and daughter Clara of Algona visited Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Sanders. Mrs. Sim Bemis received the sad news Tuesday of the death of her brother-in-law Clarence Erickson. of Minneapolis. Mr. Bemis attended the funeral on Thursday. Lloyd Steven, Mapleton, Minn., has been here assisting with the farm work at the parental Harvey Steven home several days while his father is confined in the hospital at Iowa City. -: Mr. and Mrs. James Brophy, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Angle and little son Gary were Sunday visitors at the home of Jim's brother and Mrs. Angle's parents the Wm. Brophy family at Hardy. Lloyd . H. Steven, Mapleton, Minn.) and his sister Mrs. Evert Hodgin. Greenville, dfoVe to Iowa City Friday where they visited their father Harvey Steven, who is a patient in the university hos^ pltal, and their mother Who is staying with him there. Ex-Algona Girl I* Operated On In A New Hampshire City Friends of Mrs. Gerald Gagnon, the former Helen Stewart, will be glad to know that she has just returned to her home at Laconia, New Hampshire, after having undergone a serious operation at the Elliot Hospital, Manchester, N. H. Mrs. Gagnon, a former Algona girl, has been living in Laconia, while her husband, First Sgt. Gerald A. Gagnon, has been serving in the China-Burma-India theatre of war the past nine months. Sgt. Gagnon formerly lived in Berlin, N. H. Read the Want Ads—It Pays H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and haul- Ing. 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