The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1945 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 27, 1945
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::, -m&W^ ' Hi"" rVi ii i ibfilfc u ^i ilt ^ M ,j^ a MM l ^ l tfif^ l igaS^agllll^jjfff^lfj^^ NOSKDROM 4fe$* Colds Stortf When a head cold striken, put ft Ifttle So kerni Vfi-tro-nol hftttdy- Va-tro-nol In ftftch nostril. It's a ape- and use it the instant It 18 need- When a head cold strikes, ( Vft-tro-nol In ftftch nostril, clallzed medication thftt- of head colds.Makes breathing easier. and use if the instant it 16 needed. Follow directions In tha ssr-y™ at the first warning sniffle or sneeze. VlttS VA-TRO-NOL F OR good, hot Fall meals there's nothing like a sparkling clear Pyrex Double-Duty Casserole! Really two dishes for the price of one. Bottom serves as an open baker. Top is an extra pie plate. Used as covered casserole it keeps food hot on the table. Comes in 3 popular sizes. Koblhaas Hardware II The CORNER STORE: LuVerne, Iowa All Wool Men's Jackets, sizes 36 to 46 a real special at Men's Coat Style Suede Jackets $22.50 value, only Men's Blanket Lined Overall Jackets all sizes, striped and blue, only Boy's Corduory Mackinaws at Men's Flannel Work Shirts all sizes Boys' Flannel Work and School Shirts S5.98 816.95 S2.98 S9.95 $1.74 S1.57 Boys' and Girls' Snow Suits, all sizes and colors S8.48«o $12.95 .98 Ladies' Chambray House Dresses, very fine quality, smartly styled, a bargain at We have fifty Young Ladies' Dresses to close out at Vs price. Now is the time to buy. We have 50 Ladies' Dress Up Dresses QA ^Q and to go at great reductions ........................ 0£*fw Up We now have our new line of Girls' and Ladies' Fall and Winter Coats, sizes 9 QJ QQ 09Q QQ to 46, priced from ............ 04.. HO to U&3-9O Latest styles and colors. Buy On Our Lay-A-Way Plan No. 1 Cobblers, per 100 .................... $2.99 Silver Tip Jelly, all flavors, 2 Ib jar 2U Folgers, Nashes, Maxwell House Coffee, 1 Ib .................. 29C 2 Ib 57 C Camay, Lux, Lifebuoy Hand Soap 3'f or 1 9c Spry, Crisco, 1 Ib .......... . 26c 3 lb for 72c Penick Waffle Syrup, No. 5 jar 35c Clinton Corn or Gloss Starch, per pkg 5c 3 lb pkg ........................................ I4C Quaker Oats, 3 lb size .......................... 28c Large Wheaties ............................ 2 for 29c Large Post Toasties or Kellogg's Corn Flakes .................................. 2 f°* 25C Carnation Milk, per case $4.29 Sugar, 10 Jb bag .................................... 65c Hamburger, pure fresh ground beef, lb 23c Bologna, per lb ......... - .................... ....... 29G Minced Ham, perlb ............. 29c Binder Twine, per 100 lb SI 2,98 DeGroote & Cody LuVerne: Election of class officers and sponsors have taken place and the following people have been chosen: Senior, sponsor, Mr. Hvans; president, Maynard Henderson, vice president, Robert Hardcopf; secretary-treasurer, Janet Schneider. Junior sponsor, Miss Connor; president, LeRoy Miller; vice president^ Donald Miller; secretary, Elvera Thill; treasurer, Jack McClellan; Sophomore sponsor, Miss Cowling; presif dent, Merlyn Swanson; Vice president, Wesley Brayton; secretary, Marcia Down; treasurer, Geneva Wilson. Freshman sponsor, Miss Burdick; president, Robert Nielson; vice president, Denise Carroll; secretary, Roselyn Arndorfer; treasurer, Betty Davidson. Boys Due Home Boys due to arrive home this week from overseas are Sgt. Fred Smith, son of John Smith, Sgt. Earl Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Thompson, and Sgt. Robert Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Woods. Starting: for Home Mr. -and Mrs. Emmett Knary have received a letter from their son Pfc. Hector Knary telling them not to send him any more boxes or letters because he will be coming home soon. Hector entered the army on April 29, 1942, and has been overseas for three years with Company A 707 M. P. Bn. and has particpated in the Normandy, Northern France and German campaigns. He has a total of 84 points under the redeployment program. Tomato Juice Explodes Mrs. Marie Hunt received burns on her hand and arm Saturday when a jar of tomato juice exploded on her. Rally Days Planned Rally Day will be held Sunday Sept. 30 in the Presbyteriav church. A special program will be given at ten o'clock by the Sunday school with a special sermon by Rev. A. R. Smith, pastor of the church at eleven o'clock. A fel lowship dinner will be held in thi city hall at noon. Rally Day will be held Sunday Sept. 30 in the Evangelical church A special program will be given by the Sunday school at ten o'clock with a special Rally Daj worship service at eleven o'clock A fellowship dinner will be held at noon. Mrs. Guy Trauger and son Mer lin were Fort Dodge callers Thursday. Mrs. Anan Sankey was a visito Sunday at the home of her sister in-law Mrs. Ira Hewitt in Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lawrenc of Fort Dodge spent Friday her at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. C Lichty. Mr. and Mrs. Guy C. Gidding of Burt were week end guests a the home of Mrs. Guy Gidding and Junior. Mr. and Mrs. George Tiede o Des Moines and Jean Mosher o Cedar Rapids spent the week em here visiting relatives and friends Mrs. Darwin Johns and Bernic Wegner of Hans, 111., spent severa days visiting at the home of thei parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wegner Miss Arlene Warmbier a cade nurse from Des Moines Spent th week end at the home of her pa rents Mr. and Mrs. Herman Warm bier. Master Sgt. Melvin Kennering o the Prisoner of War camp in Al gona visited over the week end a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walte Engel. Miss Florence Godfrey of Hum boldt spent the week end at thi •home of her mother Mrs. Oil Godfrey and with her siste Rubye. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. McClellai and family spent Sunday visitin 0 at the home of their daughter anc family Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Powel at Yale. Guests Sunday at the home o Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Merkle wer Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lanning o Rutland and , -Elizabeth Lannin of Humboldt.' Sam Swank of Clinton, Minn spent a few days here visitin_ friends and looking -after his farm which is tenanted by Mr. and Mrs Peter Ruberg. Earl Wertz of Graymount, 111 spent a few days here yisitin_ friends and looking after his farm now tenanted by Mr. and Mrs Harold Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. John Ruger of Brit and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Habearga of West Bend spent Sunday visit ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs John Ruger Sr. Miss Ada Blumer is expected ti arrive here Saturday from Chi cago to visit for two weeks at thi home of her sister Luella and he brothers Fred, Peter, Henry am Ed. Mr. -and Mrs. Carl Goetsch am Doris Jean and Mr. and Mrs Wililam Goetsch and daughter were guests Sunday at the horn of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Behnken dorf in Bancroft. While he was fishing along th river west of town Saturday Grov er Rentz reports that he saw fou white egrets about 4 feet high. An egret is a species of heron a wad ing bird with a long neck and Ion •legs. Guest speaker Sunday mornini in the Lutheran church was th Rev. Ferdinand Reith of Burt Rev. Louis Wittenburg, pastor-of the 'Lutheran church preached the mission sermon in the Lutheran church at Burt. Rev. and Mrs. Lewis Wittenburg and daughter Nadine, Harriet Nel- to ft fUfi6uSK at ffi«JiMfittS h» parents Mr. arid Mf& Eatt DSt* . heriftg *nd Also Vrtth\he* p'tlehtil *. and Mfl. Q; S, AleXfindffifv, ?j Mr. and MM. VicW ffiarf «nf on Curtis o£ DennlsoTR VlStled oW he Week end at the^hoJftrSf «» parents Mr; and Mfsv" ffimftleit Cnary and also with he* parMH at Bancroft. Her mothef , son, Margaret Moeding, Norma and Lewellyn Hippen attended the fall rally of the Walther League that was held Sunday afternoon and evening at Mallard. Mr -and Mrs. Art Riley and Marjorie were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Kelly at Swea City. Mrs. Kelly is a niece of Mr. Riley. They also visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hammond. Sgt. and Mrs. George Detmering and daughter Linda of Jefferson i*rahk Merlan went h6m£ Hem for a few days vlsith Mrs. George Manselmah of fort Dodge spent several days visiting at the home of her son and family Mr. and Mrs. <LeRoy Hattselmart, jeRoy was recently released from the hospital in Fort Dodge where le had been for several days suf* ering from'a badly broken arm. Mrs. Frank Sanford accompan- ed by her sister Mrs. C. J. Olsen of Ellsworth went to Estherville Wednesday where they will visit heir sister Mrs. Gene Harrison, 'rom there they will go to Paulina where they will visit Mrs.'Olsen's son and family Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Miller. Guests Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs. U. S. Grant Were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hubbard and Mrs. H. 1. Hawley all of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. William Hubbard of Clear Lake. Mrs. Jack Hubbard is a granddaughter of Mrs. Grant and Mrs. Hawley is a daughter-in-law of hers. The Good Will Club met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Alvin Weber with Mrs. William Goetsch as assistant hostess. Mrs. H. T. .Blumer. had charge of the entertainment. for the afternoon. Ten members answered roll call. junch was served by the hostesses at the close of the afternoon. 4-CORNERS LADY, 77, IS HONORED AT BIRTHDAY PARTY Four Corners: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Rich had a birthday dinner Sun day in honor of the former's moth er Mrs. Edith Rich who was 7. years of age. Those attending were Mrs. Violet Walker and family Mr. and Mrs. Orville Holdren and family, Mr. and Mrs. Rober Walker and family, Mr. and Mrs Lewis Broesder and family, Ear Rich, Mrs. Nettie Rich, Mrs. Herman Lindeman, Mrs. Rex Swanson and daughter Nancy, Mrs. Harold Campney and Mr. and Mrs. John Sabin and family. The Sewing Club met last weeh Wednesday with Mrs. Cecil Bjus trom. The Otto Harlan family wer supper guests at the Roy Sarchet home Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Art Collinson o Algona spent Sunday afternoon a the Leo Ramus home. Mrs. Mary Johnson- is visiting her daughters this week, Mrs. John Rich and Mrs. Geo. Lee. Geo. Francis Rich took Virgin! Light to her home at Bricelyn Minn., Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and family called at the Earl Mil).e home in Algona Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan anc family and Mrs. Jessie Mitchel called at the D. A. Teeter horn Sunday evening. Phyllis Rich was honoree at : party Sunday evening at the Mer ton Christensen home. Mrs. Chris tensen is Phyllis' aunt. Phyllis Rich who is a cade nurse has been home on a tw weeks vacation, she left Tuesdaj for Des Moines to continue he nurse's training. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman and family of Sexton and Mr. am Mrs. Art Alexender and familj spent Sunday at the Louis Low man home near Fenton. Mrs. Nettie Rich reached homi Wednesday of last week afte spending the past two weeks a her daughter's home, the Ethan Lights of Bricelyn, Minn. Virgin! Light accompanied her to Algon for a few days visit, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ramus wh went to Des Moines for the weel end last week returned home on Monday and Leo's brother Don who had been visiting at De Moines returned with them. Don left for Camp Grant, 111., Monday Mr. and Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ceci .Bjustrom and family and Mr. am 'Mrs. Arie Dittmer and family mo tored to Okoboji Friday afternoon and remained until Sunday after noon. They stayed at the Brook cottage. Virginia Light, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Ethan Light of Bricelyn Minn., spent from Friday after noon until Saturday afternoon a the John Rich home. Virginia is a cadet nurse at the University u Minneapolis. She has had month's vacation. The Roy Sarchett family took their son Howard and wife to De Moines Sunday where Howan was to take the train to St. Loui to report for reassignment, but af ter leaving word came that he hac been given a 15 day extension onti his 30-day furlough, that was end ing at this time. His wife's parent the Otto Harlans telephoned li Des Moines to notify them of th extension. The Sarchetts also wen to Iowa City to take their daughter Betty back to school, UNION TWP. GROUP PLANS THRESHING Union: Floyd Gardners, Jo Ricker and Louis Bodes were host at a thresher meeting held at th Bode home, Thursday evening After the usual business routine 500 was played. High score wa won by R. W, Will and Mrs. Es ther BrunsvoW, second high to Alice Will and Floyd Gardner. Treats and lunch were serve at the close of the evening. Lt. Ruth Weisbrod left las week following a leave here wit her parents Mr. and Mrs. Walte Weisbrod. Mrs. Esther Johnson's mothe Mrs. Ada Whithill of Burt is ver low at the home of her daughte here. She has -suffered seven light strokes and is critical at this writing. Lt. A. W. Lindsley pf Taunton Mass., was called to the besid of his mother at Fort Dodge wh is lying critically JU at her horn there from a lingering illness. H is a son-in-law of the Louis Bode of Union township. Ledyafd: A g?btifr 6f 40 relativls gathered at the home ofMrvattd wtfs. Jerome df filsffie SuTrdajrifi idftor of Pvt. and -MW. AMoWe Blame. A pot luck 'dfener was erved at hoohi Guests weffe Mr. and Mrs. John Fur st ( Mr i and Mr a. August KHriksiek and- family, Mf., and Mrs. Ervlh KHnkstek arid Kieth, Mr. and Mrs, Ted Thllgfs and Craig, Mr, and Mf9. Harry 31ome and family^ Mr. and Mrs. Meyer and family, all of ; Mf.jand Mrs, E, A. Junkermeier ana Alma of. Burtt and Mr. and Mrs. Wmi LaCoUi' of Amboy, Minn. Pvt. Blome will leave Wednesday for Ft. Riley, Kansas. Home From Overseas Sgt Billy Bauman returned home 'rom overseas week before last, to spend a 4 week furlough. Billy was in England over two years serving in the ground crew. 'ellowshlp Hosts On last Tuesday evening Eugene and Arlowe Blome Were hosts to he E. and R. Youth Fellowship n the church basement, A large group attended and a good time was enjoyed. , Mrs. Aeilt Troff and Mrs. Glenn Barrows were Burt callers Friday. Mrs. Paul Gelhaus, Mrs. • Fred Bauman and Mrs. Marvin Lloyd were Fairmont shoppers'last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boysen from Cleveland Ohio, were dinner guests at the Clayton Roseboro lome Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herzag and 'amily spent the week end at the lome of her parents Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Torgerson at Mason City. ill Mil and gtvine . bntatd Mrs. -, <h6Stes|63, The AufuM' KHhksf6k3, Ef^ ihksiekS «id t%fc Gelhavisej were 1 ambrig those who ehaHvar lea Mr,dad Mrs. Attowe meme atthe FiifSt homenear Lflkota 6 A^pVentice geamati arrtell came Sun'day to Visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. Pf&d fia^. ttell. Verrion has just finished his boot training at Great Lakes find has joined the Seabees. Set. arid Mrs. Wm, Bauman, Beverly Furst and Pvt. Arlowe Blome went to '•Hollandale a .Week ago Sunday to visit relatives and friends. Deloris and Vergil Gelhaug accompanied them and remained there to help for several weeks during the potato harvest. . ^ DANCES LEGION BALLttOOM } BANCROFT Friday, Sept. ^28 AI Mcnkc ' Tuesday, Oct. 2 "Skipper" Berg Friday, Octi 5 Carl Bean Tuesday, Oct. 9. Scandinavians Roofing — SI01NG — Imulation Weatherttrip —Paiiit ASK FOR A FBEE ES*]OttATE You may buy on our convenient monthly payment plan if desired. 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