The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1945 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 18, 1945
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.'i.-->. •.••*•&&*•» f.&l*;};?:*}& LUTHERANS ELECT 1M6 OFFICERS AT MTTENORE, 14TH Whittemore: Voting members «f St. Paul's Lutheran church held their last quarterly meeting Sunday afternoon. Election of officers for 1946 took place/Herman Voigt was elected deacon succeeding Fred Struecker: Elmer Bell was re-elected on the schiol board; George Meyer succeeded Louis Cfreinert as trustee; Ole Gunderson suceeded Erwin Seims as chair- man; B. J. Buttet was vice chairman; H. W. Behnke was re-elected recording secretary; Herbert ( 2umach wW6 was appointed treasurer to fill the vacancy of W. A, Rusch, who moved to Waverly, this summer, was elected treasurer. Finance committee consists of Otto Bell, Edward Greinert, William Hanover, Arthur Heidenwith, and J. J. Rosendahl. Henry Kuecker was reelected financial secretary; auditing committee, Lester Baas, Arnold Gade, and Wilbur Roeber; nominating committee William Gade, Edwin Greinert and William Ostwald; young Peoples committee, Lawrence Gade and Walter Vaudt, mission committee, Louis Braatz. It was also voted DID YOU KNOW WE REPAIR AND RECAP TIRES RIGHT HERE IN ALGONA IN OUR OWN SHOP HUXTABLE Firestone STORE HOMECOMING Football Game Algona High School vs Clear Lake High School Friday, Oct. 19 at 8 O'clock Usual admission. See story of homecoming activities elsewhere in this paper. THE NEW HORMONE CREAM \~s0rita-litiL "THE YOUTH FACTOR" Derma-Skin fights signs of age with natural estrogenic hormones...helps women over thirty keep the fresh look of youdi in their skin. Only $3. for a 30-day supply. K.1D. JAMES PRE-WAR ROPE— % AND % IN. Tulip Bulbs Priced according to size Phone on by acclaniatldft that Prof.Jfo A. fiW be sent to attend' the tfiectlngs heM at Valparaiso versity at Valparaiso, Ind **•' • "^....'.;— Freshman Election The fteshmen of the Whlttemote high school elected their officers for next year and are as follows: Francis Smith, president; Lloyd Kramer, vice president; Ada Dixon, secretary and treasurer. Legion ' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wegener and daughters Lydia and Ruth, Chicago, are visiting here with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Qreinert and other relatives, Mr, and Mrs". Jesse Swanson returned to their home in Columbus. Ohio, after Visiting here with the former's mother Mrs. Sadie Swanson, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. WilHam Koeh- necke, Sheldon, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Koehnecke, Spencer, are visiting here with relatives. Both men are section foremen on the C. M. & St. P. railroad. Mrsi Paul Ulrich drove to Ottumwa last -week Tuesday where she met her husband Cpl. Paul Ulrich who has returned from overseas, from the European theater of war the past two years. Sic Wayne Gade, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gade, is now stationed at Shoemaker, Calif. Just recently he met his cousin Raymonc Meyer, Sl-c, of the USS Winged Arrow, who arrived at port. Mrs. Margaret Gingerich entertained at two tables of Bunco, Thursday. Those present were Bert Seely, Bertha Potratz, Mrs. George Frost, Alice Struecker, Ruth and Marion Weinhold, Nelda Gade and Alice Zumach. Bertha Potratz winning high and Mrs. Bert Seely low. A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Struecker to celebrate the birthday of Mrs. Struecker Thursday evening. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family, Garner; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Braatz, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Werner, Struecker | and family. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Townsend moved here to the Erwin Bargman residence which they bought last week. Mr. Townsend is a printer and will publish the Whittemore Champion, which was discontinued when Capt. William B. Higgins was called to serve his country, for which he so gallantly gave his life. Then his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Higgins sold the •printing equipment and building to L. W. Swanson who is now the owner of the Champion and Mr Townsend will be the editor. Bode Woman?* Club Will Meet Oct. 23 With Mrs. Rossing Bode: Mrs. Vilas Larson was hostess to the Bode Women's Club at her home Tuesday evening, Oct. 9. The scheduled topic was given by Mrs. Maurice Larson. Two guests were present, Mrs. Donald Larson and Mrs.. Lawrence Schrieber. The next club meeting will be held Tuesday evening, Oct: 23 at the home of Mrs. William Kossing. ^.,'f, JU*W!W« -'Jr ™; lj -""' -~ ' 'i<*V *'}!••*'«""'•* "-t'' S -"I 3 -'"*^ : ' ?lfe ^' ? Made at this.yew ollewiftf the routine feff69hffieftt» served by the hostesses. Eerftool tfti Gurils . Thompsons attended t toother at thife B6rtyl fiefklaiid (ibme west ' 6i , f enten, Hbriaf}n| Robert, Berkland; ,^hd • hfis beW '& ferlotiih; •• With lidnfe iblka. Bode: monthly meStmf <J* i AUJdllat* 'held ftt of Mrs. AIM Underbjrg fin Del, 2, with Mrs..Affiaftda Olson M M* sistant hostess, Mr«. EugeftiS. Mefti gave a one o'clock luncheon M* lowed by a school of instruction hews of Seneca Vicinity W. S. C. 8. Meeting! ' Mrs. Joe Madden was hostess to her circle of the W. S. C. S.'at her home Thursday afternoon, Seneca members present were Mesdames Earl Crouch, Clarence Osborn, Al Hewitt, Fred Brown and Russel Jensen. Guests Were Mesdames Herman Streuckefj A. E. Nelson and Emil Bierstedt. POTATOES u "~""'" DAKOTA TRIUMPHS $2.75 per 100 BUY YOUR WINTER SUPPLY NOW! Linseed OHineal, Soy Bean Oilineal, and Feeds for every purpose. WATEB SOFTENER SALT Algona Flour & Feed Co " » T n.fv ALGONA Has Army Discharge Arlowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hanson arrived home Friday afternoon, having been honorable discharged from the army. At Silver Wedding .... Several Senecans attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Paol Fredricksens of the Armstrong vicinity; Sunday, Oct. 7. Present were N Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Madsen and family ( the Cecil Andersons, the Charles Osborns, also the John Munchs of the Fen ton vicinity. The above named are cousins of the Fred- ricksens. Pfc. Eugene Schmidt, son of the Ed Schmidts, arrived home for a furlough last Wednesday, Oat. 10, from Buckley Field, Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. John Healey of Humboldt were Sunday guests at the Ed Schmidt home. The Heal- eys and the Schmidts were neighbors at one time. Mr. and Mrs. John Hennchsen, Sara and John of Ames and Mr. and Mrs. '.deijrge .Pommet . Woden were Saturday afternoon and supper guests at the Henry Looft home. ,.... Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wllberg arid Delores arid the Jetts and Robert Halversons spent Monday evening, Oct. 8, at the Ronald Carey home hear Ringsted. The occasion was Mr. Carey's birthday. Relatives dropped m and surprised Mrs. Martin Wilberg on her birthday anniversary Sunday evening, her birthday being, on Monday. Present were Mrs. Ole Jphart* nesen and Tilda, ( the Lawrence Johannesens, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Presthus and Mary Lou. Mrs. Earl Osborn of Rockford. 111., who came Friday ,and spent the week end with her-parents the Gus Twarts of Cylinder, spent Sunday night at the Clarence Osborn home, as did Mrs. Pauline Ooetch, and who together left for Rockford, . 111., early Monday morning. Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Osborn home were the Misses Hazel Wlesbrod and.Ruth Halverson of Minneapolis, and who were week end guests at the Osborn home; also Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown and Wilfred of Armstrong, and Mrs. Anna Osborn and Pauline Goetch of Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ltift and David attended the Lutheran Daughters of the Reformation convention held at the Palestine churcli, west of DoUiver, Sunday Bring New with this JBxtfa Durable And Washabl* Oo« coat covers most V^ surfaces including wallpaper. Dries In 30 minuted No *'f»aittty" odbri One gallon does ad cMrerage 10 * 141ooW Mk«s with Water; 11 beautiful colors^ SPRED A GLIDDEN Time-Tested Wall Paint Cowan Building Supply Co SHOPPING 85th Birthday Mrs. O. P. Espe quietly celebrated her 85th birthday at her home Friday, Oct. 12. Mrs. Espe has been a semi-invalid for a number of years, but always enjoys seeing her friends Her son Sylven Espe arrived Friday evening for a visit. Lt. Opheim Visiting Lt. Wallace Opheim, former Bode resident, arrived Saturday evening and is spending a few days with relatives before returning to the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs, Julius Opheim in Ames. He served with the 8th Air Force in England. One brother Donald is a paratrooper and the younger brother Jimmie serving in the army air corps was reported missing in action in the southwest Pacific in July. Mr. and Mrs. Bernold Opheim and sons George and Sgt. Roger Opheim of Madison, Wis., went to Decorah Saturday to see the Luther-Upper Iowa University game in which their son "Stub" was the star of Luthes's team, but the final score was 7-6 in favor of U. I. U., which really spoiled Luther's homecoming. Mrs. Melvin Johnson is a medical patient at Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Joe Olson has returned to Clarion after a visit at the home of her mother Mrs. Ole Torgerson. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Helle have moved from a farm .near Humboldt to Bode where they will make their home. The annual Bode school carnival will be held Friday evening, Oct. 26 in the high schol gymnasium. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mattice spent the week end in Fort Dodge with his parents, and also were in Des Moines. Ed Pederson and Carl Haugen of Minneapolis were brief visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Pedersen, returning Saturday afternoon. Octobr 11 was Mrs. Borgina Johnson's birthday and during the afternoon and evening, 50 friends called at her home to extend birth day greetings. Dr. and Mrs. P. W. Qually went to Red Oak Saturday morning to spend Sunday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert Torrence. Pfc. and Mrs. Walter Sampson and small daughter Linda Sue of Fort Dodge spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Reed. Another guest last week at the Reed home was Mrs. Reed's son, Art Demory, GM3-C. Richard Satern, Radio Man 3-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Satern, has arrived home from New York City where the transport ship on which he was serving docked. He will spend a 30 day leave at his home here. There was a family gathering Sunday at the home of Mrs. O. T. Larson. In all there were 31 present. The family celebrated their mother's birthday on Sunday, but the real occasion was Monday, Oct. 12, when she was again complimented by 8 party. We Have the Merchandise! Del Monte FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 2% can No. 10 PEACHES ...I—In syrup Use Like Minute Tapioca MINUTE DESSERT 8oz . p¥ .15c Grated COCOANUT 80Z 39C 33c 98c FOLfiERS COFFEE Drip or Regular We Have 'Em No Points and the Better Cuts With Low Points. SIRLOIN STEAK lb 28C 1 CU ^ BEEFROAST ,„ 25c HAMBURGER lb 20c WIENERS lb .35c lb. RING BOLOGNA lb .29c Hershey's COCOA Arm & Hammer SODA Argo CORNSTARCHfic Muffin Baking lOc 7c lOc Clinton 29c 4 FOB PUDDINGS 16c HONEY 5lb $1.29 Fruit CAKES 2b l bx $1.69 Red Booster COFFEE 3 AMD VB&£ TA BLE& OYSTERS I Bartlett PEARS doz 49c CHICKENS Apples JONATHANS DELICIOUS ROME BEAUTIES Potatoes CRANB'RIES 29c Calif. 2 Bunches CARROTS 17c WATERMEONS Tokay 2 Ibs. GRAPES 25c 'Sweet 3 Ibs. POTA'S 25c Sunkist FLOUR Kitchen Pride $1.98 Robin Hood $1.98 POTATOES LEMONS29C u.S.No.1 Bed Rivet MBBLERS SZ.49 ORANGES CASE LOT SALE 2*12,98 PANCAKE FLOUR 10»»39e HQVS1, 3 ROBIN HOOP Downyflake Donuts Made Fresh Hourly

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