The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 11, 1945 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 11, 1945
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Algona Auction Sales Co. Will Have 100 Head Good WHITE FACE CALVES And Some Club Calves. Also 75 Head Feeding Cows 50 Head Feeding Steers And Usual Run of Consigned Livestock. Harry Yungeberg & Sons, Mgrs. SALES EVERY FRIDAY HUSBAND PAtMXS JAP Affi LANES Lieutenant Ralph C. Andrews, 20, son of Mrs. Edith Bohr, and whose wife, the former Vera Dlfri- ler lives in LuVerne, is now stationed in Japan as a member of the occupational Fifth Air Force Fighter Command. A P51 Mustang pilot, Andrews Is serving with the v5th Fighter Group—the "Spearhead" outfit of the Fifth Air Force. Mrs. Andrews is the daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. Art Dimler. Ftehter Pilot Home— Lt. John Blumer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Blumer has received his honorable discharge from the army and is at the home of his parents. John entered the army in Oct., 1942, and was pilot of a fighter plane, he was in Italy for 10 months. Master Sgt. Ralph Blum- ff«' ffii; ft eft eldest, soi Bluiner, ntS of able disci- ftnd arrived "««"«.^,—..—. CarAp McCoyy Wls. Raltfh. ... the service in. 1841 and was tioned 2 years In . /^feifle, Mf, and AT FOR SAVINGS AND CONVENIENCE You make your personal selections 'from our wide assortment of Foods of Dependable Quality AT LOWEST CEILING PRICES Small Juice ORANGES 59c FLAME TOKAY GRAPES SUNKIST VALENCIA 10 LBS. SQUASH Individual Acorn or niiltcrcup. Lb 50 CARROTS Green Tap. Bunch POTATOES Porto filenn Sweets. lib. 710 CRANBERRIES Eolnior Brand. Lb. .. 290 CRISP SOLID POUND CABBAGE SPECIAL PRICE Kraut Cabbage. In 50-pound bags for "Finer Blend" TAC-CUT A of Matchless Combination Several Fine Coffees. Drip & Regular, POUND JAR . 30c WHOLE BERRY COUNCIL OAK COFFEE, Ib. . .29c Derby Barbecue SAUCE S-oz. Bottle ... 90 Sun-Itn Hot Dog SAUCE 9-oi!. Bottle 120 Derby ST£AK SAUCE 8-oz. Bottle 140 Superb French MUSTARD Quart Jar 130 Superb Apple Quart Bottle 150 Morning Light Peanut JUTTER 2 Lb. Jar 410 .Nugget, Sliced and Halves PEACHES Largo No. 2^4 can Fen 280 '3 Bees" HONEY-GREME 1« Ounce Cop 310 "Robb-Ros*" BUCKWHEAT PANCAKE MIX Enjoy the delicious Buckwheat Cakes like Grandma used to make. Can be served on short notice. Simple directions on the bag. FAMILY BAG 31 c First Prize MEALY BEANS 2 Lb. Cello. Bag WBm .^•H^S SEwMH^. First MM Yellow CORN MEAL t Found Bag ... Quick and Regular SUPERB OATS t Pound Pkff. 190 •— 210 COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS Council Oak Hot-Meat DISH of the WEEK TOMATO POT ROAST SERVE WHH Green Salad TENDER, JUICY 3H to 3 Ibs. beef 1 tablespoon salt chuck or rump 2 cups tomato 9 tablespoon! juice lard 3 potatoes 14 clove of garlic 3 carrots Brown meat slowly in lard. When well browned add tomato juice; salt and garlic. Cover tightly and simmer until tender, approximately 3^3 hours. Add vegetables 45 minutes before done. Sf mi 4 or 5, PER POUND BEEF ROASTS S 24c STEAKS These tender, juicy steaks will be out to the desired thickness to meet with your preferred method of cooking. ROUND POUND «C TO 330 SIRLOIN POUND tie TO 320 SHORT GUTS POUND 49e TO .... 400 FRESH FISH - ALL KINDS Algona Creamery BUTTER , b .43c Every Day Price MARGARINE WILSON'S The Spread that Betters Your Bread . FLOUR WHITE LOAF FIRST PRIZE, 50 CO POUND TOWEL BAQ , BAO $2,09 $1.94 EAT A BETTER BREAKFAST KELLOGG'S UAISIIT BRAN FLAKES. UWAllFIES FOFFE1) •• . WHEAT, 8-OZ.... 70 lie KELLOGG'S 4A_. PEP. 8-oz. pkg.. 100 KELLOGG'S SUBEDDED 44^ WHEAT, pkg.... 110 KELLOGQ'S BICB 4A . KRISPIES, pkg... 120 KELLOGG'S CORN 4A^ FLAKES «!SS IOC liEGULAB GRAPE*NUTS 140 Breakiast of Cbamploni WHEATJES 1S0 R06B-ROSS PANCAKE MIX, bag 246 "Always Fresh" BREAD Buy It sliced for sandwiches and for Breakfast toast. "ENRICHED" > NANCY ANN M Ounce Loaf NANCY AWS UCHT RYE 16 Ounce Loaf CRACKED WHEAT 1« Ounce Loaf 110 100 100 UJJCIPQAK YOUR iOCT. 12 AND 13d Marty Family Mr. ahd Mrs. William „>.„«, tertalned at a Marty reunion Sti: day at their iarrn h6me. Those who attended were Mr. and MfB. George Marty of Mason City, MISs Dorothy Marty from New York, Mr. and Mrs, Otto Marty and son Pfc. Andrew Marty who recemty returned home from overseas, Miss Marilyn Schneider Of HeftVMtSk, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Marty, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Marty, Miss..Eft* ma Marty and Adam Marty, 611 of LuVerne. . ; Houscwarmingr Party- Friends and neighbors of Mrs. Anna Hanselman gathered at her home Sunday evening for a house warming party. Mrs. Hanselman moved here last week from Fort Dodge. The evening was spent playing cards and lunch was served. Pvt. John Thorn of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., spent a short furlough with his wife and two sons Jimmy and Larry. Mr. and Mrs. GeOrge Tiede of Des Moines were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Worby and daughter Mary Lou of Des Moines visited over the week end at the Joe Worby home. Pfc. Harold Trauger who left recently to report for duty has a. new address: Pfc. Harold Trauger ASN 3768699, 64th AAF B U Andrews Field, Camp Springs, Maryland. Harold is an electrician in the army. For SAL€ PUREBRED BERKSHIRE BOARS from blood tested hexds, 3 different blood lines. Come early and get first choice. E. B. THOMAS & SON Lu Verne, Iowa w ^-w^ •—-..^ ... —^-~" '/ l Mfs..LafrS? Sunday: SPEED-EASY • Dries In an hour • Goes on easy • Thins with water yet leaves an oil paint Him on the wall • One gallon makes about l'/a gallons ready-to-use • Gallon does an average room i • Beautiful modern colon ASK FOR SPEED-EASY. ITS NAME S1.85 GAL. STORY Botsford Lumber Co. Helh and , baby's rMierhflr gfattdffio^r; Mf f ji L; Haverly and h6if aftttlt Jaek Stott of Tltoflka w^ ipmsbfs. ^afry, Who Is employed aVWai6i>* oo, spent the Week end here with ids family. They Have, purchased a home in Cedar Falls find Will m6ve there soon. Mrs. Lang and children have befcft at \the> Ji L. Haverly home the Jasf; month, , The baby boy born to Mr. -and Mrs. Vincent Cruise, , Sept. 14th,- WAS brought home Friday from Mercy hospital where he was born and was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church and nam-' ed William David. 'Sponsors w£re his uncle and. aunt Mr. and Mrs. Will Mullln of Hutchins. The 15 months old son of Mr, and Mrs. Cruise, was taken to the Park 1 Mason City, Sun* day with pneumonia. » The Infant son born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Heinan, Wednesday, Oct. 3, at the Hanson home In Titonka was baptized by Rev. L. Klein in St. Joseph's Catholic church and named Marlene Rita. Her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elsbecker of Bancroft were sponsors. Attend Corwith Funeral- Week end guests at the Dr. L. L Pfeffer home were his sister Marguerite Pfeffer, his brother E. D Pfeffer and his father M. P. Pfeffer, all of Des Moines, and another sister Mrs. K. Gallager of Milwaukee. They all had attended the funeral Saturday morning of their uncle John Pfeffer, 74, at Corwith. Louis Vitzthum a Dad— A baby girl was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vitzthum Thursday, Oct.4, their first child. New Boy at Wlngerts— • A baby boy was born Friday Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wingert. Mrs. Irene Studer is caring for the mother and baby. Adeline Shedda, who teaches at Conroy, was a week end guest at the Ed Loebig home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Garman^and son were Sunday guests at the Kenneth Frasier home at LuVerne. The John Lickteig family were Sunday guests at the home of the Elliot Waldschmidts at Fort Dodge. Guy M. Butts attended a meeting of officers of the I. O. O. F. lodge at Des Moines over the week end. / Mrs. John Welter, the former Zita Studer, of East Dubuque came over the week end for a visit at her parental Ben G. Studer home. Mr. and Mrs. Lael Root took their small daughter, Carol, to Mercy hospital, Mason City, Friday. The baby had pneumonia, but is reported much improved. Marvin and Obid Larson of Clarion were Sunday guests at the home of their brother Lester Larson and family. Marvin was recently discharged from the army. Mrs. Fred Lallier, Dale, Lawrence and Anna Mae of New Providence were Sunday guests at. the John Hutchison home. Mr. Lallier Is a brother of Mrs. Hutchison. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Kent of Burt and their son Lewis, lately discharged from the army, were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Tom McMahon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Licktieg, Mr. and Mrs. Evroul Loebig and Wilbur Loebig went to Lismore, Minn. Saturday afternoon and were guests at the home of Mrs. Tillie Loebig. Mr. and Mrs. Ole K. Flom, the Oscar Johnson family, the Henry Swanson family, Mrs. Don Kraus and Lester Blaine attended a youth rally at the Free Evangelical church at Britt Saturday evening. Mrs. Jeanette Hopkins who is housekeeper at the Presbyterian church at Livermore, came Monday to spend a few days at the •Ihno Gerdes home. Rev. Smith is visiting his folks at Buffalo Center. - W' "Mirf ; t flfcffltt UMSSft /Wolf list' week .for a visitL WHlle . eifine Wolf was here 1 ffM Seattle, .Wash, "Betty Stewart, R 1 . N,, is enjdy- ing a vacation With relatives and 'friends. She has completed a three ye'ars nurse's' course and will Write state tests Oct. 28 arid 28 at Mm* neapolis. . ....:rV .......... •••- i'r '-ir' *•"• -'•••" J -i "a"-' — -••••••"- Phone 256 Jim Pool Portland Twp. Dorothy Stewart is employed as technician at the Finley hospital Dubuque. Mary Janice McWhorter, cadet 'TIRES TIRES TIRES PASSENGER - TRUCK TRACTOR * RECAPPING REPAIRING TEMPTW6 POO!} PACKAGE ' (18 lieffii) [$2.98 ea. f Contains anchovies, Hv-' | er spread, biscuits, dates, fnarshmallows, n u t s, Hershey's chocolate, etc. Ready to mall anywhere in the world. Contents .packed In treated 'bag (inside box) to retain freshness. MiONI m ",^^" otBjTJaiFi.V^.r'Kaf'' ~ ''-'"''-~~, '•'.-'" '•'-rT ~ tpffisr'' '*" INSKtDS PHSTER MYIRID CORN ILAS<>, riicptt Cetpafarfon owned and operated biytto t<m«r Poster family and dedicated to Crfrn Belt Agricultural Welfare.. arid Mandflif Marbld Price -I::.... ~... IJf..' .-*«..»- -••••"• B. D.Eckstein ..;......,...........-.».'••- - Sexton LeEoySchiltz/......:..,.....;* - • -Bancroft: MennqlJmberg...:.^.:.-.: ,.,- Buffalo Center Irvin Huskampiu.i..;^'.......,.............". •-"••- Swea ~" tjeo. Pearson ,....1 .........1 - Swea Thomas Murphy.. - v . :.. ...A...Lone Rock A. 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One Shelf size Two Shell Size Boxes size, .- Fountain Syringe Full size, with, attachments. Dust Mop Heads 49c59c79c Dust Pan Heavy metal, green color, 49 V each Tin Snips Heavy stee} construction. 39c Butcher Knives^ Carbon st^nless ?teel Wa4es^ 39c59c69c Boy's Knit Stocking Caps 19c Infant Dresses Infant's Knit Bonnets 49c 79c Men's Rayon Hose Fancy patterns, dark colors. ; cwanptete : is^ ' OT ' , ii?.r .:;'i'«f..: •P*^W?!»WiS!WTO5>HfW r : ••y"-^y:?.'^fc ^^'\?-'f&.*:*:••&*&£'?&^£$fv JnfantVWooly House Slippers ; ''" m 4f«S

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