The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 20, 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 20, 1945
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KSSWi Mid Mi* Ge*al<r Bahiinf and family of Mtdnka were Sunday guests at .the hanie Mf, and Mrs. o. E. Hott, Mrs. of to Schmidt, M#s.,..O.,te, ttdtt artd Mrs. Nell Lupin visited at the Frank fiahllrig hbme Jrt fiurt the latter part of the week Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anlkef returned the latter part of the week Irons Cass Lake, Minn., where they enjoyed a week of fishing. Mtt< Elizabeth funk acompan- led by a daughter and her son Andrew and Fred Will went to Cherokee Wednesday to spend the day with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Phillips spent Sunday at the home of the former's-Sister at Herrort Lake, Minn. Mr. Phillips Is employed at the Kossuth Motor Co. FOR SALE TO CLOSE ESTATE 80 ACRES , Wl SEi, Sec. 36, Lotto Creek Twp., Kossuth Co., 5 miles west of Algona oil pavement. 16QACRES NE£ Sec. 34, Lotts Creek Two., Kossuth County, 6£ miles west of Algona, 1 mile north of pavement. Bids will be taken at the Courthouse in the courtroom on Saturday, September 29th at ten A. M. Hutchison & Hutchison Security State Bank Building Phone 251 Algona Mr. and Mrs. Ernest spent Suhday with the former's brother rind family at Bradgate. Mr. and Mrs. Joe GWenberg attended the Jewish New Year Holiday at Mason City September 17. Mrs. H. .fe ftlst went to Des Moines the first of the week where she will spend a fort-night at the home of her daughter Mrs. T. F.. O'Halre and family. Angeto Helta went la Minneapolis Sunday where he will attend a meeting of the Jenney-* Semple-ttill company. He will return to Algona Wednesday. Miss Rose Marie tlutton, daughter of Major and Mrs, Louis C. Mutton, is leaving Wednesday for San Jose, Calif., where she will enroll for her first year at the state university. Mrs. Willis Colwcil and son Gary of Clarion are visiting at the Hugh Colwell home. Willis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Colwell is in service in Manila and hopes to be home by Christmas. Mrs. Cora Bacon returned the first of the week from Ottosen where she visited her daughter Mrs. Eugene Hofius and two granddaughters Mrs. Knute Oppedahl and Mrs. Alfred Lee. Mrs. Francis Lohergan and son Pat of Cherokee are visiting at the home of her parents near Algona and also at the home of her sister Mrs. E. J. Zender. They arrived Friday and will remain for about ten days. Mrs. Kuhlmann who lives on Elm street fell on the basement steps Friday and dislocated her arm. She is about eighty years of age and it is fortunate her injury is not considered serious. Her daughter Mary is caring for her. Mrs. Sam Haag left Wednesday for Ft. Sill, Oftla., to be with her husband who is in the hospital following an operation. During her two weeks absence their children Monte and Bobby will be cared for by Mrs. Haag's mother Mrs. Geo. Ward. . Mrs. Ben F. Ingebritson and children Inez, Bonita and Nancy spent Sunday at Elmore with Mr. and' Mrs. Rufus Thompson -and family. Mrs. Thompson is a sister of Mr.''Ingebritson who is in 'service and stationed at Fort Knox, Kentucky. .Kp : . ' ••'.'''/•; .< • FRUITS & VEGETABLES PEACHES PEARS PRUNES n 25c 25c FANCY JONATHONAPPLES 2 fo /•Bunches I f V Ik' ,. ib. JACK SPRAT FLOUR Jack Sprat [ PANCAKE FLOUR 50 lb . bag $2.49 BOTH FOR 2.49 •Jack Sprat " . . 20 oz. can Pork and Beans... 2 f 0 ' 1 "* 25c Richelieu Mammoth. Large . No. 2 can Asparagus Spears ................49c Filet of 2 oz, can Anchovies Ohow King No. 2 can Chop Suey Vegetables........39c Herslney's , ^ lb. caii ; Cocoa ............ :..„..., ..... 2 f° r 23C Lindsay Colossal 9 oz. jar Ripe Olives ......... .... No. 10 ' No. 10 can Apricots in syrup...... .......$ j J 9 SwreJell,,.,.. ..... . .. .. for Lewis cam 25c ;] 9c Brown Beauty Beans.... £ for |9 C £ ated -,. , % i]b. CM Tuna Fish 25c Richelieu Fancy No. 2 can Orange Juice 2Bc Baking Powder i'e O z. can Calumet |Jj c Blue Bow pint j ar Sweet Pickles , jjjjjg Lady Corine ., 1 lb. jar Apricot Preserves ., ^,,33c Tall Can Carnation Milk doz. S2.25 Large •- . .-'.'., Windex and Sprayer.......—-B9c Quick or Regular • • Cream of Wheat — 23c Malt Q Meal,, ,.„..._„:.„,„ 21 c •;.."-. , "."...•-.-. • 8 oz, pfcg. Kellogg's Pep •„„„..... ;„•„,.••;•,„ |Qc M>. and Mint, Itojr Dilftret and son Donald of Clarion" 'WeTe Sunday guests of Mr, and Mrs. Earl Bowman. Mr. and Mrs. Albert fains and children LaVonne, Franklin and Alvln visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zinnel at Rodman Sunday. Albert Granzow went to Cedar Rapids Wednesday where he attended -a company meeting. He will return home Saturday. Mrs. Gail Hakes has recently received wprd from her husband that he is on an Island near Australia. He has been in service two years. Dan Froehlich who has been in service in the south Pacific came home "Tuesday on a two day leave with his wife the former Alice Hagie. Mrs. Joe Harlg who has been a medical patient at a hospital in Fort Dodge the past two weeks returned home Wednesday of last week. Miss Inez Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Harris, and Miss Harriet Keith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Keith, who teach at S\vea City were home for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Dwathe Lighter went to Ames Tuesday where the former will enroll for an engineering course. They have obtained an apartment there. Mrs. Lighter is the former Emma Jeanne Rig- genberg. Maynard Guderian, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Guderian of Galbraith, is home on a 30 day;furlough. He has been in service the past three years. He will repc-rt to the navy recruiting headquarters in Des Moines at the conclusion of his leave. j Mrs. F. W. Dlngley returned last Thursday from Des Mo;ines : where she has been : spending .the., past seven weeks at the homes of her daughter .Mrs. William -Nugent. Mrs. Nugent and son ."Iping" brought her homeland returned to Des Moines Fjlday. v ; r« Joyce Sterling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Frank Sterling, went to Ames Tuesday where she will enter upon her first year of college. She plans to take home economics. She was graduated from the local high school with the 1945 class. Her parents drove to Ames with her. ' Mrs. Gail Hakes has received word from her sister Lt. Martha Palmer that she will probably be home about October first. She has been in the ETO for three years. What her plans are she could 'riot say as it depends upon whether or not she receives further assignments. Ted Herbst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Herbst, went-to Minneapolis Tuesday where he is making plans to enroll at the university.- He has beeiTplayirig with an orchestra in Mason City during the summer. Because of possible army induction it has been difficult for 'him to make definite plans.. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Jess Bedell of Pipestone, Minn.,-'came 'Saturday for a visit with friends 4"d ta look at ter their numerous properties. The Bedells moved to Algona from Jr'vingtpnfseveral years ago and .built the:3iouse now owned.,by Mr. and^Mrs.; W. J. .Gorman^ >'They moved i to Pipestone about twe'nty yearns ago. . ; ., -.., j : Paul C. Egel" 1 whose parents (are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Egel bfs&y- ington, has been honorably fdis- charged from service and is--with his parents for the present. He has also been visiting his sister "Mrs. Oran Hudson of Algona. Paul : has a wife in England who will ijoin him here as soon as arrangements can be made for her passport. , Mr. and Mrs. Watson March and son Jimmie of Los Angeles arrived Monday for a visit at the L.i C. Hanson home. Watson will be here, only two days but his wife an$ Jittie son will make a longer stay. Watson is the son of Mrs. Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mortenson of Hampton are also guests at the Hanson hqme, Mrs. Mortenson was the former Pauline March. In a recent letter 'to his wife, Cpl. E. J. Zender states that when he was moved to the south Pacific area from the ETO it took 37 'ddys to cross. On the next to the last day he met Capt. Vernon Smith whose wife, the former Eleanor Backus, is making her home hpre with her mother during her husband's absence. Both young men are in the engineers corps though in different divisions. I , Lester Kenyon-who has been here on furlough which he spent with his wife, the former Arlene Granzow, returned t° Jeffers.on Barracks, Mo., Saturday. Mrs, Kenyon and Miss Geneva Schar- Jach took him to Des Moines and they remained in the city wjth friends over the week end. Monday Mrs. Kenyon received word from him that he will be sent; to Camp Shelby, Mississippi. Mrs. Mary Ring of Glendale, Calif.; who has been visiting at the home of Mrs. T, H, Holmes and with other Algona friends has gone to Rockwell CHy where she w,iil visit Mrs. Henry Ridge, an pld, time friend whom she knew at Mlnspn, At Fort Dodge she will yjsjt 'the; Misses Ida and Louisa AdPJphspni and a.t Clarion she will fee with a nephew, Upon qomple. tipn pjeh.ep visits she will return to. Bancroft rtiput the last of October wlli ffrtmrh to ber home in s an* Mrs. family, fc;Ad«J and «'Benjy« ' week end. at Minn* wfet ftey visited fmj| fpwj? mpiji wlio ma parents OAMBURCR i J§ tot -lp of Mrs. Homer Anderson spent the week end in Des Moines and attended a Sargent comp'any meet- Ing. Mrs. Merlin Westnhal has received a letter'from her husband in Which he states he is a patient in the hospital at Schumaker, Calif., because of an infected tooth. Mrs. Westphal, the former Frances Anliker, is living with her parents here while he is away. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smousc and little son are expected this week for a brief visit at the Fred Peterson home. Mrs. Smouse Is the former Maxine Peterson. The family has been living in Omaha and is now going to make their home in Swea City where Mr. Smouse has purchased an interest in a furniture store. Mrs. George Bcnschoter enjoyed a visit Monday from Mrs. Emma Gilbert Hamilton of Ontario, Cali. Mrs. Hamilton is visiting her son Harold and family at Bancroft and plans to be in Iowa about two wekes. She moved to Ontario about 27 years ago and for a time had an interest in a florist shop. She retired from business several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wallukait spent Sunday with relatives in Clarion and attended a wedding anniversary celebration of Mrs. Wallukait's brother and and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Pate, who have been married nineteen years. Another brother, Carol Pate, telephoned from Boston saying he has reached the States and will be home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis "Bud" Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reid Anderson of Spencer, and daughter Janet of Denver, Colo., visited relatives here a few days the latter part of the week. Mrs. Anderson is the former Neva Ellsworth and with her family in Denver while "Bud" is in service. He is on a 30 day furlough. Mrs. Anderson is a niece of Mrs. Jake Freeh. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hutchins left Tuesday morning for Colorado Springs where they will visit their son Lt. Col. Paul Hutchins and family. From there they will go to Hollywood, Calif., to visit an aunt of Mr. Hutchins, Mrs. Cina Call. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins have several relatives in that vicinity and they will spend some time with them. They plan to be gone two or three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Hieter and Mrs. Cora Raney visited at the Monroe Hieter home in Livermore Sunday. The two men are brothers. Recently Monroe suffered a stroke which has confined him to his bed. .Me is about seventy years Of age. While in Livermore the group also called upon other relatives. Charles Raney, a nephew of Mrs. Cora,Raney ,has.just .returned from a hospital in Fort Dodge follownig a nasal hemorrhage suffered a while ago and . to warrant ftbspltfillaaWnv now recovering arid frfe the first 6f the week. « J*^^ Mexico and Canada—red- hot tamales and red-coated mounties—wUl all be within your car's range again. And how eagerly you and your car will go, when you can fill 'er up with NEW-DAY CONOCO BRONZ-Z-Z GASOLINE! It will demonstrate every advance developed for you by the new- day research knowledge now being applied to our war-winning gasolines. You'll wonder where the old ping went. You'll know hushed power—panther-like getaway. And you'll make long jumps between pumps—using NEW-DAY CONOCO BRONZ-Z-Z. Continental Oil Company • Get it at Your Mileage Merchant's Conoco station. Then you'll know it's made to be every bit as good as the regulations now permit. 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