The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 27, 1945 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 27, 1945
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it, isis Fttraittue Shoppeis Kneehole Desk • - _ _&Vi:.. ., - Matched . at only 7 drawers. 'Walnut finish. $29.16 Platform Rocker Full veloiir covering, .front and back. Knuckle arms. C44 Oft Spring construction. tymrttW Only direct from factory connections makes this price possible. • 2-Door Wardrobe $4.50 As Low ; AS With several models to select from,. •• • :'.•-•"•;, -.> ., .. . Sectional Book Cases Separate glass doors. Save Your Rugs With DESK MATS New Merchandise China Closets " Buffets Duncan Phyfe Tables Sets of Chairs ,Baby Cribs Porch Gates Coal Heaters JU ?/Ki I • 4L n«, A WC/ M. M-MjL Thin newspaper regrets thai the following local and society items could Hot he *un in the Mr. and Mrs. W* 3. Bftrbotir of Mssofi City spent Tuesday at the Lot en BfowJi home, •, •. ., tion Asa is a new clerk at the Graham store. Me attends school rttornlrigs and Works 1ft the after- nbbns. " , ; Jfay WJmmer left today for Minneapolis 'oh a buying trip for the Woodward store of which he is manager. ' Harriette Clayberg spent the week end visiting friends in Grln- nell. 'Harriette is employed at the local Gamble store. Ms. Nora ttaitt and Miss Loretta Gallagher Of DeKalb, 111., came Thursday, for a visit of two weeks at the Tom Kairt home. Phyllis Parsons left Friday to return to Laramie, Wyo., to complete her'last year of college at the, University of Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs/Harvey Huggert and Ruth O'Brien of Pau River, Wls., arrived Thursday for a visit with their,aunt Mrs. Ida Minklef. W. L. Martin who recently underwent a serious surgical operation at a Fort Dodge hospital is again a patient there and is critically ill..., ,„ Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chrlstensen left Wednesday for Minneapolis on a buying trip, They will be joined by the L. M. Christensens of Estherville. Mr. and Mrs'. Harry Winkic re* last issue due to the neoewlty ttf accommodating a last ute farm sate ad. Mr, and Mrs. Harold Glimore and their son Lt. Edwin and his Wife spent-the week end at Rap- idatt, Miftft. __ Mr. and Mrs. Norman Crawford visited Mr, and Mrs. John Helen in Spencer Sunday. Mrs. Crawford is their daughter. Ira Kohl, iK«n Harris and Don and Chet Cook left the first of the week for a week of fishing in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Livingston of Omaha are visiting at the home of the former's parents Mr, and Mrs. Charles Livingston. Mr, and Mrs. Andrew Holtzbauer spent Sunday in Mason City with their daughter Sister Mary Andrew who teaches in a school there. Mrs. John Kettefick and sons Steven, Michael and Tommy were Sunday guests last week at the Naomi Kenefick home in Eagle Grove. Mrs. William Barry Jr. and son Dickie spent from Saturday until Monday in Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Voight and other relatives. John Linnan, father of L. E. Linnrin, and Mrs. Tom Linnan and daughter Mary Clalr of Maurice spent the Week end here with Mr", and Mrs. L. E. Linnan. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McKcnna are leaving Friday for New London, turned Sunday from Davenport leaving Friday for New London, where they had Visited since Conn., after a fifteen day furlough Thursday with -their daughter and husband Mr. -and Mrs. Leo Coulter. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. ^Hauberg left today lor Minneapolis where Mr. Hauberg went on a buying trip lor the Chrlschilles store. They expect to return home" Sunday. Mrs. Leo Immerfall attended a birthday party Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Ralph 'DUgan at Burt, celebrating the birthday of the Dugan son, Richard. • • J Ralph Noland of Woodward spent the week end visiting here with the S. E, Nolands. S. E. Noland, a cousin of Ralph, returned to Woodward; with him for a week's visit with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Strelt and children were in Algona visiting relatives and friends one day last week. They are now living at Gilmore City where Matt is manager of the Farmers Coop. Eevator Co. Miss Billy Littler returned to her home in Elmhurst, 111., Monday after spending a few days with Mrs. Helen -White. Billy's mother is the former Hazel Staley, who lived in Algona prior to her marriage. Mrs. Dave Jones and daughter Rilla of Shabbona, 111., visited at the Chester Bailey home last week. They also visited at the • Charles Patterson and Hugh Raney homes and at the Dr. Guy Clappsaddle home in Burt. , • . Mr. and Mrs. .Merle 'Moxley •leaver todayvfor JAmes.jWhere Mr. ! Moxley will attend- Iowa ," Stale College, taking agriculture. He was recently discharged from the army. Mrs. Moxley is the former Delia Frankl. Major D. H. Hall of Arnolds Park spent the week end with his brother W. A. Hall and family. Major Hall who has been overseas 31 months, is home on leave and will be discharged from the army sometime next month. Pfc. and Mrs. W. B. Ridge returned the first of the week from Moro, Ark, where they spent two weeks with Mr. Ridge's parents. Mr. Ridge was on furlough from the PW. camp and Mrs. Ridge, the former Veronna Klatt, was on vacation from the Dau garage. • F-lc R. W. Peterson arrived in Algona Saturday night lor a .visit here, with his mother Mrs. Minnie M. Peterson.' "Bob" has just returned from six months overseas in the Pacific. He came to Algona from Minneapolis and will return there again the 30th of September. .Sunday dinner .'guests at the parental Gale. Stockwell home were Mr. and Mrs. Wm, DeKruif and two children Billy and Bobby, of Mason City; Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Telman of Fort Dodge; Mr, and Mrs. Fred Lassahn of Algona; Mrs. Marie Nelson, son Lor en, of Algona. . Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kettles of Sioux City called at the Chester Bailey and Mrs. Laura Chubb honxes the latter part of the week, They were enroute to Sioux City after a week spent at Okoboji. Mrs, Kettles Is the former Vesta Taylor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy 'If, Taylor, former well known Algonans, John Slagle arrived home Thurs- with Mrs. McKenna's parents Mr. and Mrs, John Arndorfer. Mr. and Mrs< Ernest Anllker, Mrs. Elizabeth Schumaker, Mr. and .Mrs. John Dittmer and Mr. and Mrs. Emll Fisher spent Tuesday in* West Bend at the Charles Anliker home. : Mr, and Mrs. George Kohl and son Ira and his wife and little son David went to Whittemore Sunday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. George Elbert. , Mrs. Elbert and Mrs. Geo. Kohl are sisters. Word has been received that LI. Durwood Baker has been ordered to the South Pacific from Omaha where 'he has been the ~<ast few months following his arrival by plane from the ETO. Lt. Baker is a food inspector. Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwlg enjoyed a visit last week from the former's mother Mrs. Leo Ludwig, ,his niece Mrs. Clyde Layton and nephew T-Sgt. MaDean Ludwig all of West Bend. Sgt. Ludwig is home on a furlough and will report at a camp in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Russhelr of Fenton and Fred Hawk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hawk, also of Fenton spent Tuesday at the A. A. Kading home. Mrs. Russheir- is a sister of Mrs. Kadding and Fred is a nephew of both ladies. He is home on a 30-day furlough and will be port at St. Louis. Mr. »nd Mr*| Kylt ft«th anil thlldffeft Rogef attd Jeah Louise, wtufhcfd Tuesday ffttrft a'Vlift *lth Mr. and Mrs. Bob Spltier near Hot Springs, Ark. the two men became acquainted when both were working lor the Oetchell mining company in Nevada. Kyle returned from Nevada about five years ago. Mis. Ida AMh of Pilgat, Nebr., Who has been visiting her niece, Mrs. 'Jess Lashbrook and family the past three weeks returned home Sunday with her 8oW August. Mr. and Mrs. August Asch and their two children Arlen and Ronnie were here only for a short visit and had come to'take Mrs. Asch to her home. Eldon Hovey, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Hovey, has been home on a visit since Labor t)ay. He is in Ihe merchan marine and Went into service shortly before Christmas. He has been in the Philippines which he did not care much about, also at Leyte. He likes Honolulu and says he would not mind at all going back there. He will report for further assignment the last of this month. Lt. ()K) and Mrs. Virgil Fors- berg arrived Saturday to visit his parents Mr. aftd Mrs. Albert Forsberg. Lt. Forsbefg is on a 30- day leave from the navy and will report in two weeks to Sart Diego, Calif. He has been stationed in Florida, Before coming to Algona the couple visited in New Orleans and Chicago. Virgil has been a pilot in the navy air corps, but is now a landing .'signal officer. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stickncy, who have been living at Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., are visiting the lat-' ter's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Merryman. They arrived last Friday and plan to be here about a month. Mr. /Stickney has been in service and received his discharge at Atlanta, Georgia. The couple plans to make their home in the south and Mr. Stickney will perhaps enter his former business as an interior decorator. Mrs. Elizabeth Schumaker, Mr. and Mrs. John Dittmer and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Fisher of Eureka, 111., arrived Monday at the Ernest Anliker home. Wednesday the entire party except Mrs. Schumaker and Mr. and Mrs. Anliker went to Bena, Minn., where they will enjoy a week of fishing. During their absehc6 Mrs. SehUrtiake* will stay with her brother Charles Anliker in West Bend. Mrs. Fisher is also a sister of Charles arid Ernest Anliker, A family union was enjoyed last week at Swea City when members of the family met there to see Maj. C. C. Anderson who is home on a 30-day furlough. The group consisted of Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Leffert, the latter having been Miss Ida Anderson, Miss Emma Anderson, Mr and Mrs. J. L. An- derson, parents of Maj. Anderson, Dr. and Mrs w O. W. Anderson and twin sons Roger and Robert, aged live of LuVerne, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Tweeten and sons John and Paul of Swea City* Maj. Anderson has been in the ETO and following his furlough will report at Alabama. He will be remembered as Dr. Anderson who was a practicing dentist in Swea City prior to induction. His wife arrived a few days ago from California to be with him. Electric Motors Repaired Like New Don't let wartime restrictions worry you, when Pratt Electric Servicemen can put your electric motors back into smooth running order. Pratt Electric Co. Phone 170 Algrona Kadid Tubes of Adapters Mail tos your tabs orders Ship P. P. C. O. P> Electrical Sefvk6 ttettalr alt efefttti&t iteft& Little to Largest. Contractors WIRING LIGHTING EQUIPMENT New electrical items available as our supply comes. Send til your orders noW. NORTHERN DISTRIBUTING CO. Burrr, IOWA ELECTRIC SHOP AT TITONKA, IOWA _____ 38-41 BUY your printed or engraved wedding invitations and announcements at the Algona Upper Des Moines. 34tf SONG £V£/tYBOI>Y SM6&* SCWe GRAM fOOJ>S* MK-MVff/NS Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds t Long distance hauling. Ever; load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draylng and hauling. , dpy from Okinawa on a 30-day leave with his mother SELECT YOUR OWN MODEL Beate if 9! RJWflfPI mm Nels Pedersen. John has been in the navy lour years and has spent 42 months qn duty in the Pacific. His ship *is the Luriine. His brother Charles. Jelt Saturday to report to Jefferson BarracJcSi MP», after a 3Q*day' furlough at home, , Mr, a,nd filrs, Harold Knapp, thejr . daughter and dalft Calif,, wil toaay for 9 few days visit at the hqipe pf JMr, ' Krwpp's ayjit Mrs, y. A, £6,rey, Also, feere Mason Qlty will be his ! • A' poor self-feeder causes trouble in your hogs, because:'if hogs go to a self-feeder to get feed they shouldn't be fooled, but if it is bridged or clogged over next to feed box front, they have to go •away hungry; then by .the time the chore boy pokes the feed down so the hogs can get it, they are all hungry and all want to eat at one time. This causes crowding and fighting and hogs will not gain economically when they have to crowd and fight for their feed. • Get a Lee self-feede'r and you will notice your, hogs will never crowd or fight for their feed, they GOOD! GOOD! GOOD! Here's a breakfast combination that's a winner! Take a stack of fluffy, golden-brown Robb-Ross Pancakes or Waffles, spread generously with Honey- Creme and you have the makings of a grand meal Honey-Crane is a new idea in honey . . . it's smooth, delicious, easy to spread. Robb-Ross Pancake and WAFFLE MIX Family Bag .. 24c New Process "3 BEES" Honey-Creme . 31c 1 Pound Sealed Cup Calif. Seedless WHITE GRAPES Delicious in Salads and Desserts LB. 1210 .... First of the Season .... EATMOB CRANBERRIES, Ib YELLOW GLOBE ONIOHS (0 Ibs 45c Lb SOLID GREEN CABBAGE INDIVIDUAL ACORN SQUASH Lb 6c WASHED & WAXED RUTABAGAS Lb. 5c Hershey BREAKFAST ^etjCQA, p£e.'.... . 10 KollOffg'g Rfllsln 40% BBAK FLAKES, pkg will come and go away satisfied, every time if there is teed in the self-feeder, , • Save time, labor, feed and raise O rl e 1 n a 1 Pro-War Blend of Several Fine Coffees.- ' POUND JAR 300 Drip and Regular 110 Kellogg'* ,. . 14k RICE KRISPIES, pkg,. 120 ijB^^-i^.^i_j?sj<».-v;:,.;.; ' -P.»r,.Wi»»i..-, ,—-- • *^ : CORN FLAKES ° P ^ 130 "keiioggr's -A ALL-BRAN, Ige, pkg.. 190 Superb Vitamin "D" urn* EVAP. MILK. 4 T £n, .. 350 Nancy Ann Enriched WHITE BREADS".... 100% TVholo Wheat VA. BEOWN BREAD,24-oz, loaf.. Regard. Early ^j» JUNE PEAS, No. 2 can 100 Worth State ' ^i» SWEET PEAS, No. 2 can 100 Morning Light IA SWEET PEAS, No. 2 can 130 Snperb Garden Bun 4 m SWEET PEAS, No. 2 can 140 Superb Whole JfeA ' TOMATOES, Ho, 2 Uan 220 SMALL SIZE SUNKIST VALENCIA — JVST RIGHT Juice Oranges SALE! IN ORANGES It's the juice that counts! Ami smaller varieties '-'are heavy and rich with juice. Use them generously now, while they're m plentiful 8 Found Mesh. Bag ... %' Bos. 344 Size. 172 Count I Box. ^344 SiM. ^ 344 Count *3" CAFE CRACKERS Ready for yonr eating pleasure. Crisp, flaky, baked to a wholesome perfection. Economical m Box 27c FLOOR "Enriched" WHITE LOAF $1.99 "The Thirsty Flour" 50-LB. BAG FIRST PRIZE Guaranteed Flour 50-LB. BAG .... $1.84 Toledo Cream Style GOLDEN CORN No, 2 Can Morning Light Cut GREEN BEANS No. « Can 120 Green or Yellow SPLIT PEAS I Lb. Sag First Prise MEALY BEANS .8. I*. Bag i inallty Seeaieu S Lb. Bag 130 190 240 Algona Creamery BUTTER «.. 43c STANDING RIB ROAST Superb Suo-Wlilto HOMINY No. S Can HOUND STEAK, SAVORY BEEF SHOULDER ROAST Lb, 28c 26c 24c STEAK, Ib SHOUT CUT STEAK, Ib JARS CAPS better hogs that cost you less. SMALL TENDER FRANK E, S, LEE ••' .WOODBINE/IOWA We have, the Lee Feeders on MARGARINE BBNPEKBD P0BE LARD LONGHORN FURtlRS The Spread that BLUE NOON CHEESE SPREADS Double Duty JUICE CLASSES JO th*w wife JeUy or use f or * PURITAN BIG & RING AMERICAN OLD SMOKEY BAVARIAN PBWENTQ PROPERLY CURED SEASONED . gift ta th^ pubjip . , famijy {projepJy Mve4 In pR.-is » If ttf r • •' ' . . Hay flJurray pf PCS ftfoines 8 djiyier guest .'P)vir54ay ftt ho^e,

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