The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1945 · Page 4
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FENTON SOLDIER, DUE FOR RELEASE Fenton: Cpl. D. H. Hantleman Arrived in Fenton Sautrday night for a furlough with his wife and family. Cpl. Hantleman has been Sn the army for 4Vb years, spending 29 months of it overseas. He was with the 7th division at Attu, Kwojalien, Leyte and Okinawa, He arrived in Seattle, Wash., Sept. 15 and alter his furlough he will report back to Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, for his discharge. Lotts Creek Shower Mrs. Ernest Votteler and Mrs. Frank Humphrey attended a shower at the Lotts Creek school house Sunday afternoon in honor of Miss Alma Boettcher, who will be married soon. Duck Dinner Guests Mr. and Mrs. Roy Priebe entertained at a duck dinner Friday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Merton Larson of Decorah, Mrs. Pauline Goetsch and A. H. Peterson. Gets Army Discharge Melvin Warner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Warner, was recently discharged from the army. Mrs. Harry Haase was an Algona shopper Saturday. Ed Priebe has been hauling mail for his brother Carl who is ill. Bert Peck of California visited at the John Munch home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and Ruth were Algona shoppers Saturday. Hadley Bailey spent from Saturday night to Monday at the Harold Fude home. Miss Eunice Krause of Algona spent the week end with her parents the Walter Krauses. Mrs. Will Brown of Armstrong spent Friday and Saturday with her mother Mrs. Anna Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Witchten- andahl of West Bend were Sunday dinner guests at the Carl Beck home. Miss Barbara Frank of Eagle Grove spent the week end at the home of her parents the E. J. Franks. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Goetsch and Agnes Goetsch spent Sunday with the Rev. J. T. Snyders of Storm Lake. Miss Anna Marie Mitchell, Ledyard teacher, spent the week end at the home of her parents the Albert Mitchells. Mrs. John Gramenz, Lorraine and Bud Gramenz and Mr. anc Mrs. Ray Tietz were shoppers in Algona Saturday. Miss Lorraine Willret is recuperating at the home of her parents after undergoing a foot operation at Fort Dodge recently. Mrs. E. K. Johnson and Eunice spent Saturday in Algona shopping and also visited with Mrs Kate Wegener of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Borchard were Sunday dinner guests at thi parental John Kerber home. Mrs. John Struecker of De: Moines and Miss Marie Struecke: of Mason City snent the week end at the Herman Struecker home. Mrs. Dale Weisbrod, Mrs. Ralph Weisbrod, Mrs. Elmer Weisbrod and Mrs. Lloyd Kern spent Thurs Home Oft Orders X Ardeh Of ton, S i-c, USNR, re^ turned to Algona Wednesday from De» Moines, on orders from the Navy, pending handling of paper work in connection with his release from the service. 71 Exhibited in Ottosen Rural Club's Flower Show day and Friday in Mason City. Cpl. Al Hewitt is spending a furlough with his wife and son at the Fred Brown home. Cp). Hewitt has been in Alaska for several months. Cadet Annabelle Lund of Waterloo came Saturday morning to pend the week end with her sis- er Miss Josephine Lund, Fenton lome economics teacher. Ralph Weisbrod accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Milford Elbert and Jerry of Whittemore to northern Minnesota Sunday Rev. Otto of Lotts Creek conducted the church services in the Fairville Lutheran church Sunday n the absence of Rev. Rehder who s having a two weeks vacation. Miss Nan Hewitt, who teaches at Hanlontown, spent the week end at the Albert Mitchell home and with other Fenton friends. Miss Hewitt taught in Fenton last Mrs. Beata Klatt of Algona vis- ted at the John Gramenz home Thursday evening. Her two daughters Evelyn and Vernona also vis- ted in Fenton the same evening. Mr. and Mrs. Merton Larsen of Decorah have been spending the past week at the Ray Priebe home. VIerton is a brother of Mrs. Priebe and has recently been discharged from the army. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Priebe and Mrs. Ernest Votteler spent Tuesday in Mason City. Mr. Priebe attended a Chevrolet meeting and banquet at Hotel Hanford. The Mr and Mrs. Hilbert Bierstedt and boys and Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bierstedt were entertained at the Carl Beck home Sunday evening in honor of Carl's birth- lay. Afternoon visitors at the Gust Haack home, to see and visit with Cpl. D. R. Hantleman were Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hantleman and children and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rossesien. ladies spent the day shopping. Mrs. Emilie Siems and Ervin Siems of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Haack of Fenton left early Sunday morning for northern Minnesota where they will spend until Thursday fishing. Mrs. Hattie Weisbrod came from Council Bluffs and is spending some time with her sons and their families the Lester Weisbrods and the Shelby Weisbrods. She recently spent two weeks in Siren, Wisconsin, visiting her sister. Sunday evening dinner guests at the Gust Haack's home in honor of Cpl. D. R. Hantleman, were Cpl. Hantleman's family, Mr. and Mrs Walter Haack and Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Alt and children and Mrs. Arnold Hainzmger and children. Mrs. Robert Kyhl has been spending the past two weeks at the Holldorf home in Ceylon. Minn. Her daughter Ruth Mae of Mason Ciyt spent a couple of days up there also, but both returned to Fenton and Ruth Mae is spending the remainder of her vacation with her mother here. -«.< • Miss Jo Ann Finnestad, daughter of Norman Finnestad, and Miss Beverly Cody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. *Amer Cody spent the week end at their parental homes. Both girls attend hiPh school at Canton, S. D. Miss Dorothy Cody of Sioux Falls also spent, the wee* end with her parents Ottosen: The 'Ladles Rural Club held Its annual flower show in the school gymnasium recently with 256 registering and 71 people making entries. Besides the flower classes there were many entries in the fruit and vegetable division and in the fancy work. Two new divisions were added to the show, feed sack specials and an exhibit of foreign souvenirs which have been sent from servicemeij over- To climax the evening a service quilt was sold. This quilt was made by the club ladies and had 300 names of service men in this war embroidered on it. The names were of boys in this community and close surrounding communities. They were embroidered ' on in red thread around a blue star which was placed in the center of each white block. The quilt sold at $25 to Ernest Enockson. Altogether the quilt netted the club $81. Foreign Exhibits In the foreign exhibit display were many interesting items. Mrs. Dorothy Hundertmark showed a beaded handbag that was sent from Paris by her brother Stanley Struthers. There was exhibits of German army clothes sent from Belgium by Cpl. Knut Oppedahl to his wife. Mrs. Loran Daniels showed a grass skirt that was sent from Cpl. Floyd Holt while he was on duty in the south Pacific. Mrs. Earl Cobb of West Bend showed some coral rock and a bracelet made from foreign money that had been sent from her son. Mrs. G. I. Purdy showed a Nazi generals' cap and a water canteen sent to her from her son Russel who is in Europe. Gertie Lou Coyle showed a knife that had a scissors and nail file, etc., in it and also showed some money from Europe. There 'was also a money belt shown by Mike Coyle from World War I, besides many small items. • In the fancy work department there were 101 entries and Mrs. Arthur Lovig won the first prize over all on a crocheted tablecloth. Blue ribbons were won by Mrs. Arthur Lovig, Mrs. Caroline Telford, Mrs. John Coyle, Mrs. C. N. Welter, Mrs. Raymond Wehr- spann, Mrs. Magnus Bratland, Mrs. George Cooper, Miss Gertie Lou Coyle, Mrs. Harvey Thorsen, Mrs. Ralph Richards, Miss Barbara Long, Mrs. Frank Leist, Mrs. Marion Johnson and Mrs. Mike Coyle. Flower Prize Winners The flower classes were judged by James Barber, Mrs. Kock and Mrs. Jerry Shutter of West Bend and the winners in the different classes were as follows: Miniature bouquet: Mrs. Eugene Hofius, 1st. Mrs. Jack Crane, 2nd, Mrs. Will Wehrspann, 3rd. Asters: Mrs. Dorothy Hundertmark, 1st, Mrs. Charles Welter, 2nd, Mildred Fuchsen, 3rd. Petunia: Mrs. Will Wehrspann, 1st, Mrs. Dorothy Hundertmark, 2nd, Mrs. Caroline Telford 3rd. Bowls and vases,: Mrs. Dorothy Hundertmark, 1st and 2nd, Mrs. Carol Struthers, 3rd. Buffet: Mrs Rasmus Olson, 1st, Mrs. Carol Struthers, 2nd. Cosmos: Mrs. Herman Kramer, 1st, and Mrs Jack Crane, 2nd. Wild flower: Mrs. George Cooper, 1st, Mrs. Earl Long, 2nd, Mrs. HdlllS tiddper, .... Breakfast table: Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann, 1st, Mrs, Dofbthy HuhdeftmaJ-k, 2nd, Mrs. C. Welter, 3rd. Baskets: Mrs. Jessie Struthefg, 1st, Mrs. Edward Zinnel, 2nd, Mrs. Dorothy Hundertmark. 3rd. Table bouquet: Mrs. Jessie Struthers, 1st, Mrs. G. Welter, 2nd; Mildred Fuchsen, 3rd. Dahlia: Mrs. Roy Telford, 1st, Mrs. George Cooper, 2nd, Mrs. Holllg Cooper, 3rd. Snap dragon: Mildred Fuchsen, 1st, Mrs. G. 1. Purdy, 2nd, Mrs. Jack Crane, 3rd. Zinnia: Mrs. Ralph Richards, 1st Mrs. Morgan Hagen, 2nd, Joan Enockson, 3rd, Mixed bouquet: Mildred Fuchsen, 1st, Mrs. Will Wehrspann, 2nd, Mrs. Roy Enockson, 3rd. Living room: Mrs. C. Welter, 1st, Mrs. Edward Zinnel, 2nd, Mrs. Jessie Struthers, 3rd. Church, white bowl with white candle: Mrs. Dorothy Hundertmark, 1st, Mrs. G. I. Purdy, 3rd. . Gladlols: Mrs. C. N. Welter, 1st.. Marigold: Mrs. Harvey Thorsen, 1st, Mrs, Earl Long, 2nd, Mrs. Jack Crane, 3rd. White In white: Mrs. George Cooper, 1st, Mrs. Dorothy Hundertmark, 2nd, Mrs. Charles Welter, 3rd. Novelty: Mrs. Marion Johnson, 1st, Mrs. Ralph Richards, 2nd, Mrs. Arthur Lovig, 3rd. Specimen: Mrs. C. Walter, 1st, Mrs. Edward Zinnel, 2nd, Mrs. Morgan Hagen, 2nd, Mrs. >Harvey Thorsen, 3rd. Winter bouquet: Mrs. Harvey Thorsen, 1st, Mrs. Raymond Wehrspann, 2nd, Mrs. G. I. Purdy, 3rd. •. &M daughter toWHa returned ffdffi Beave* fcsffit Wis.» they had gbfte to attend thfer l of -Mr. MsenMrth'a UnCle, The many ffi6tids of Mrs. fflna -Sehichtl are pleased to know She has recovered sufficiently from hef recent Illness , to be up ahd around. Mrs. Schichtl has been ill Since last spring. New Road Graveling Swea-Eagle: Regraveling of county roads in Swea and Eagle is completed. Gravel was obtained at pits located near Armstrong, Seneca and the county pit six miles south of Swea City. OfTOSEti Mrs. Melvin-Vinaas and daughter Joanna were week end gaests at the home of Mrs. George Williams at Bode. „ Mrs. Marie Hanson left Tuesday evening for Bisbee. North Dakota Where she Will look after some of her farming interests. • Mr. ahd Mrs. J. M. Blanchard of Lone Rock Were Tuesday callers at the Chester Alme home. Mrs: Alme is a daughter of the Blanchards. Oil i Horn* Comfort that LftiU • Houietim* with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone ui today CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA r -.!dfMW«ntf flW JJSuWef sfMfcdoKata loffie^ Keffls" nS&l '$n'W» , Mrs Qjjpedahi, MfSV .Vitlflls Aftd Mrs. -**" are all sisWs,, : MrVafid MfS. lumen's Hoflus *«•> tttflied Mrs, C6ra Bafien of AlgdiW •iff her hdme bR tfrida'tf after .ViSif* lh| at the HdfiUs home 1 tot ab&tlfc a week. She alsti Visited at the hpjfttes of he* granddaughters Mrs; Ktttit Ofipedahl and Mrs. Alf Lee. Mrs. Bacon 13 Mrs. Hofius' mothet 1 . The HofiuS wefe also -callers at the Uoyd Alston home in Algona on that day. . Mr. and Mrs. Eugene H6flus. Mf. and Mrs. Earl toeing, Mr. and Mrs. -Marvin Kfopf and Mr. and SEXTON M. £ CHURCH FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER Thursday, Oct. 4 MENU Fried Chicken ' Gravy Mashed Potatoes Creamed Peas and Carrots Combination Salad Sliced Tomatoes' Pickles Rolls and,Butter Pie 'Coffee Adults 75c ! Children 40o Serving starts at 5 o'clock The Annual Bazaar and Auction Sale will follow. Everyone Invited. ieft W81 Held follffws!:; Heni<™ MrS> I&vSM :: ; 2e*A find tfldsurerV Mrs gufn, Jftlisle ehairmaft, aftd Merfflah KaffierV Mme, p eKalrmaii. Nbrma 61s6H placed £ piafto sdio. The next fn&eting will be in Oetobs* •••••;. fM ,-,., .,.,,*.y-.v .,, fllBite ; :MifSM8 snlee ie « ft i SelieS etteah being geeted id JettiM •hsme mum HOUSE In 6-6*1 C*m farther . . ^ covers fcettef , • . irtars'longer. Two' coats do the work of tfcreel Quality ingredients give * hard, long-lasting surface that stays whiter, longer, HUXTABL.E Tir**ton« STORE Smart Ga olfet— SAVE! Eveiyday Low Prices IIIIIIIIIIIIIlIllllllilmllllllllHltllllllllllllllllllllllllllllNNIlllHIIiminNIIIUlll HHIHIIIHH i " • ^ HEN FRANKLIN STORE iiiiiiiii,, iiuiiiiiiiiiiuiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii iiimiiiiiiiiiiii ii IIIIIHIIII ""i" i ll111 ' II«UIIIIIIIII««II«I«I |M * Esther L. Langmack and Elmer M. Langmack, Owners Knee Action Potato Peeler With metal handle. lie Teaspoons Stainless steel metal. 15c each Knife Sharpeners Kantbreak abrasive stone, on handle. Children's Mittens 23c 98c pair 49c Hatchets With hammer head, strong blade. 69c Coal Shovels Black metal, for stove use. 25c Toilet Paper Holder With porcelain holder. 59c Deep Fat or Candy Thermometer 29C Children's Gloves Linoleum Mats 15x27 inch 27x38 inch 15c 39c Rubber Mats 18x25 inch 35c Milk Strainers Tin, with copper wire mesh, filter attachment. Hand Towels Cotton hemmed. 25c each 35c Milk Filtering Discs 100 per pkg. l»*iO 35c 'J Ladies' Purses Tubular shape, assorted design, zipper opening. Formerly $1.79, Now S1.29 Boys' Helmets With goggles. RATION FREE KRAFT DINNER ion for/ for $1.16 each Boys' Junior Helmet 100% wool mesh. 98c Mouse Traps 3*. IOC Rat Traps 100 Hammer Handles Strong, treated wood. IQc Window Catch Holds or locks window. lOc Brooms Long fibre, triple sewed, wire band on handle, painted handles. Formerly $1.39. Now 98c Electric Wire Double wire. Rubber insulated. 5 feet lor ateu. lOc Overseas Christmas Boxes Regulation box with candy, fruit cake, Gem blades, comb, tooth paste, shaving cream and many other articles that a man in service needs. Betty Crocker I SOUP MIX 1 Heinz ^ TOMATO SOUP I Sunshine OQfl KRISPY CRACKERS...2 lb. box £«9 V MADE FRESH HOURLY Downyflake Donuts 2 DONUTS AND COFFEE 10c 19c Extra Large lb. 9vC COOKIES lb .29c Sunshine GRAHAM CRACKERS , lb . 19c BROOMS 98c •/Clinton >!.:, Puddings, 4 for Skippy 1 lb I Peanut Butter Happy Host Catsup, 14 oz.... COOKIES IK Dark or Light Loaves 29c Imitation BLACK PEPPER New Crop PECANS oz. can AND VEGETABLES LEMONS fi *» 29C Sweet POTATOES ,„. 70 WATERMELONS ORANGES2 Head LETTUCE each 39c lOc APPLES Jonathan KRAUT CABBAGE 69c 50 lb, bag More Beef, Veal and Lamb BEEF ROAST fc 24c SIRUHN STEAK _ . lb .27c HAMBURGER:.', «,. 20c WIENERS :....:... ,„. 35c RING BOLOGNA ASSORTED COLD « M POTATOES CARROTS2 EGGPLANT Ib 12c IND. SQUASH Ib 8c 17c Folgers COFFEE ,„.,„ RAISINS *£ Tomato JUICE 4601 23c Concentrated Soapless Suds ETSOL For Dishes, Glassware, Laundry > Levels LYE 3 SOSPADS Laundry Ivory SOAP cans . ach Z5e 15c FLOUR SALE KITCHEN O| QO PBIPE, pe? Mcfc....»t ill•911 ROBIN HOOP, per sack.......... CONSUMf

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