The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1945 · Page 5
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M,-. Qgtofeer SCAWITIEVER IN ST. JOE HOME St. Jofr: the ChafleS Barte home was quarantined -for scarlet fever Wednesday. The youngest Son, Francis, 19 ill with the disease. 'This is the first case, 1ft the community. ' Frlderfis Out of NaVy Martin Frlderes returned Wed- ittesday from Great Lakes, I1L, where he was given a navy discharge. He was 43 months itt Ser-vice and served on the battleship USS Indiana. illverdalo Rustlers The Riverdale RustleiS 4-H club .will meet Saturday at the home of Betty Jane Bormann. Home on Furlough ' Pvt. Robert N, Bormann arriv- «d Friday from Camp Joseph T. Hoblnspn, Ark., to spend a 21 day .' Mrs. John Berte was taken to .. • tylih His parents M*. ahd MiPSJ Heiry Seffiiann and jfela* lives aftd of Bell S. D., is visiting with relatives Mrs", Heftfy M. Ziemet is a patient at the Mercy hospital, Fort podge. Marcelia Thilges is. assisting With the 'household duties at the Paul Erpeldihg home. fherese Marie Bradley Is spend* ing a fteek with her grandparents Mr, and Mrs; Henry Thllges. Darwin Hammer spent the week end with his 'parents Mr, and Mrs. William Hammer, from Loras college, DubUque. • Fort Dodge to the hospital Monday for medical care. Lucille Thilges is assisting with the household duties. Sunday evening supper guests at the Matt Kirsch home were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thilges and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Borttlann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray» mond Thilges and family, Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding and family, an'd Mr. and Mrs. Jacob German of Minneapolis.- i Braley, Wesleyan 83 fears, Sells Drug Store Wesley; Richard Orlfhorst i the new druggist in Wesley. Las week he purchased the store froir the H, J. iBraleys who were in th business here for 33 years. Mr and Mrs. Grifhorst and 10 week old baby will move here as soon a living quarters are obtainable He drives from their home Kanawha now. Braleys expect t remain in Wesley. Remodel for Offices A portion of the west part o the Kleihpeter store has bee: made Into two rooms for Dr. L. L Pfeffer's dental parlors which h expects to be ready ior use soon BoHita Bleich Baptized The baby girl born 'to Mr. an> Mrs. Art Bleich on Wednesday Sept. 26, was baptized Sunday if St. Joseph's Catholic, cnurch by Rev. L. N. Klelh and named Bon LOW CEILING PRICES- CONSIDER COUNCIL OAK As your well filled pantry where you iriake your personal selection of well known brands of Quality Foods. _ ' FLAME TOKAY GRAPES Sweet arid juicy. Delicious In salads and desserts. LB. 12J C EATMOR CRANBERRIES 29 C Per Lb. LEMONS fU.FI$H.SAUO-TEA [ LB. I3c SQUASH Individual Acorn and Buttercup LB. ,5c RUTABAGAS LB. .50 PARSNIPS Washed and Waxed LB. .9c Crisp, Green. LB. ...... 3c Special Price In SO lib. Bags for Kraut Cabbage VALENCIA JUICE JUNE PEAS Regard!, No. 2 Can 'SWEET PEAS Norlb State, No. 2 Can 100 91. L. CUE AM STTLB WHITE CORN &. 110 HOM8NY Superb, No. 8H Can 110 DP! IcloDBly [food,, Londed with iieeln, fruit ana not mcntfl. Bplcet! like homemade Fralt Onke, i ' EACH 59c 1ROWN BEANS Regard*. No. 2 Can 120 BEANS M. L. Cat, No. 2 Can 140 SPINACH Morning tight,-No. 2% 'Can 170 TOMATOES Superb Whole. No. 2M Can 220 IT'S HERE! NEW PACK SOUP Can . Dozen Case. ...9c $1.08 $4,32 ALGONA CREAMERY [BUTTER ib. Everyday price MACA Dry- Feast, Pkg. 30 POPCORN Am. Yellow, Ib. 140 PEANUTS V Mammoth Salted, ID.. . 330 STRAINED Per can JUNIOR Per. -, can FOODS. 8c CEREAL FOODS. Per package 13c SNOW WHITE—QUICK COOKING FANCY HEAD RICE, Pound 12ft 3 Bees HONEY CREME A Brand New Idea In honey . .. UJ It's smooth, delicious and ,, T TO spreads' like butter. Try It on CUP Waffles, Pancakes .and Hot Bis- •» i. cuis. OlC FIRST PRIZE YELLOW CORN MEAL ; 21C 5-Lb. BAG THOMPSON SEEDLESS ,' RAISINS 2-Lb. BAG'. 6RADE "A n Mntton Sale LOIN CHOPS. lb.....27c RIB CHOPS, Ib. .... He SHOULDER CHOPS, lb.15c BUTTON LEG, ib....19c SHIP. ROAST, Ib... I So MUTTON STEW, Ib. . 7c STANDING RIB PER POUND BEIFROASTS ?29c 'f .^. : ;i III F>|' i''S| ! •1; IKJ .^&& .M5/I SMOKEJP These tender, Juicy steaks will be cut to the.desired thickness to meet with your preferred method of cooking. , RpUND FOUND S9e TO 330 SIRLOIN POUND lie 320 SHORT CUTS POUND , TO 390 uyiRWURST ...281 39i 'Iliiiis^iJiii iwvxmiwwiti •: ' . '>"•' 'tie £ BRUSHES, Ef 250 YOU ft Fh IEN D M EA 1 TIM E ita Mary. Sponsors were the maternal grandfather Peter.Besch of Wittemore, and an aunt Mrs. Tom Forburger, The baby, born at the Kossuth hospital in Algona weighed 7 pounds, 11 ounces'. . Karl Wlngcrt Baptism Karl Louis is the name given to the infant son of Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Wingert born Oct. 8 at their farm home. He was baptized Sunday in St Joseph's Catholic church by Rev L. N. Klein. The baby's uncle, Walter Leonhard of Gilmore, Wis., and Rose Wagner of Milwaukee were sponsors by proxy, with Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Studer substituting. Beatrice Hildman is doing the house work and Mrs. Irene Studer cared for mother and baby. Gary. West Baptized The infant son born to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur West, Oct. 3, was baptized in St. Joseph's Catholic church and named Gary Lyman. The baby's uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Paul Studer were sponsors. Their other two children Karol and Dennis, were called for by their maternal grandmother Mrs. Art Rosenmeyer in St. Benedict. Frances Roadinger has 'been very sick with asthma. Mrs. Eunice Nelson visited her son Otto Nelson and family 1 in Omaha the past two weeks. . Banker Guy M. Butts spent this week at Cedar Rapids attending the annual convocation 1 of the I. O. O. F. Mrs. Martha West spent several days last week at the home of her daughter the Ben Materns at Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Larson and Arvin visited at the Ollie Lung home at 'Rock Rapids • oVer the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Thissen and son of Fort 'Dodge spent the week end at''his grandparents Ed Hauptman home. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Alne and her mother Mrs. Anna Severseike were Sunday visitors at the Al Ewing home south of Britt. ' • ^_ Joe Miller is repairing and redecorating' the O'Connor house in the north part of town which he purchased last summer. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kessler and son Jackie of Marshalltown spent several days last week at.the home of her brother J: M. Kunz. Mr. and Mrs Art Nuehring spent :he past two weeks, his furlough ;ime with her parents the^George Wards and with his parents at Kanawha Visitors at Mrs. Susan Lease Tuesday ahd Wednesday were he Brother John Hoff of Nachusa, 111 his so,n Wilbur and wife and so of Chicago. . A baby.boy was boisn to Mr and Mrs. Milton Bebo Thursday October, 11, in the General hos pital in Algona. They now hav 4 boys and 1 girl. ' •• -Mar^r. Lou", Haverly J .'whb7!s:"e18P!! p? ployed in the Farm Loan office" i \lgona spent the'week end wit! Rosalie Alne who attends St. Olaf college at Northfield. Mrs. Ed Hildman accompaniei ler. daughter, Mrs, Bob Kain t Rochester the first of 'the wee! where the latter will go through he clinic and get medical treat ment \ ; Mrs. Joe Meurer entertainei her bridge club Saturday after noon: Mrs. Tom Mc|flahon an tfrs. Frank Bleich were guests VIrs, Bleich and-Mrs, Raney won prizes. Mrs. Lizzie Schumaker of De ro'it, Mich., came the jtniddle o his week to visit her' parents Mr ind Mrs. George Schimmel a Britt and her sister Mrs. George Vard near Wesley. Sunday guests at the home o: Mrs. Nels M. Johnson were her irother Olaf Funnemark and he three daughters Mrs, Thelma Carlon ahd Clifford, Mrs. Esther Skow and the Fred Bentele family f Woden. 'Mr. and Mrs, H, J. Br,aley visit- d her brother Carl Emmons at Emmons, Minn., Sunday. Wednesday they visited their daughter Stanley Smith and .Mrs, Bra- ey's sister Mrs, Henrietta Isaacs t Des Moines. Lt; Leonard Alne:of Washington, D, C., called his folks the Sam Alnes one day last week from Cedar Rapids. He was on a flying trip to Cedar Rapids and Minneapolis, He visited his sister Rosalie who is attending St. Olaf's at Northfield, Captain Leon Srtiith, husband ol the former Esther Kleinpeter Fort Dodge js expected home from Germany soon, to be discharged He is a dentist. Their son Wayne received" an appointment to Annapolis by Congressman J.-1. Dol liver effective in June. Sylvia Ann Gerdes and James Lincoln spent the -week end at her parental Jhno Geftjes home. He was a captain in the army air cprps and has been discharged, attended Grinnel college last and they are both attending HnjverjJty S.t Iowa City this yea.?;;:'—,• 'C -"-•'. • - / \ . |dP,?an4 MW, J. 1. SJcarro and toe dftWShters of MsmaJJtov spejjt several (Jayss last weelt at tfte ftwtnt fil be? brothey the AJ* ' ' 6|rrarifls, Zelpha aJw-SK} who Sexton Afea Hets Good, Heavy, High Yield Soybean Crop Sexton; The farmers are very busy now combining and delivering their crop of soy beans, which most report are fine beans and running good per acre. The Sexton W. S. C. S. will meet at the home of Mrs. Bill Wermersen Thursday afternoon, Oct. 25. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Krieps and family were Sunday visitors at the parental Tom Forburger home near Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson, Glennda Sue and Mrs. Vinnie Laymon visited Sunday near Stratford at the home of Glenn's parents. Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Schiley and daughter Susan, Graettinger, were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sim Semis' and family. Marvin Simpson and his little sister of near Whittemore spent the week end with their grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Jennings and family, Pvt. Nelson Larson, Camp Hood, Texas, is home on a 15 day furlough at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Larson, north of town. Mrs. Sarah Wise, Mrs. Drusie Noble and Mrs. Alfred Qpheim and family were Saturday evening visitors at the Henry Phillips home in Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wermersen entertained Friday evening in honor of their son Pvt. Bobbie Wer- mersen home on furlough and was leaving the first of the week. Guests were Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Hammond and family of near Doan and Mr. Wermersen's sister and family near Corwith. LtfVERNE tffiWS Mr. and Mrs. .C. O. McCleUan and daughter Karen were week end visitors at the home,of Mrs. Glen McClellan in Des Moines. The Comrade Sunday school class of the Evangelical church met Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Miller near THonka. Velva Schipdll of Algona spent the week end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Schipull. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Buffham of St. Paul, Minn., are visiting at the home of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Surby of Waterloo were week end guests at the ihome of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Phil Henderson. Mrs. Frank Kendall of Fort Dodge spent a few days visiting her m6ther Mrs. Anna Ruberg and also with her sisters Cora and Mrs. Clifford Holmes. , Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Will are the parents of a baby boy born Friday in the Kossuth hospital, in Algona. This is their first child Mrs. Will is the former Doris Voss Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stone and granddaughter Karen of Mason City visited Sunday at the home of her mother Mrs. H, E. Pietzke. Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Godfrey and son Robert of Mason City were visitors Sunday at the home of his mother Mrs. Olla Godfrey and his sister Rubye. AMM 2-c Beulah Eggleston, who is stationed at the naval air base at Ottumwa" was a visitor over the week end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Eggleston. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jergenson of Algona are the parents of a baby boy born Friday in the hospital In Algona. Mrs. Jergehson is the former Gladys flamus, daugh* ter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. James Neville and daughter Diane and Mrs. Ralph Andrews arrived home recently from Tampa, Fla., where Jim Was stationed with the army until he fecelved ihi , They are ViSitJhg al tfiiSShL the girls' parents Mf. fiStMM Dimler, and -with dthfeif " 'Erwin McGowen haS : his honorable discKS^ie navy and arrived here ft .. „ be with his wife and spa Stattl^* Mrs. McGoweh is the 'f6rllw Genevieve Sanford, »> ';;.ajg| M :<M|soi!(' Qjty in tQ we }jftjp|tal- to ' ' return^her mm* -f *'Tnnnf > nfi •-" •'" • ; - •.'<•/-'• •*.'» <->.-^ • '•" " -«•' • "• ; Tunic Coat The coat with a future. Warm and smart. Worn with matching skirt it makes a delightful tunic suit. Fur cuffs or bottom trim at reasonable prices—Coat 29.75 More room for our ready-to-wear. Our shoe 'department will soon be moved to space -occupied by; the beauty parlor. Former ' shoe space will be used as part of coat and dress section. IHpNEVMEAIp :6R0-It,AY £$k Cje N*TH'A-tJE- There if «9'W»?' <o Wix , , . nothing |o jrindl YOU simply food HQWSYMEAPM5BQ4AY C0NCENTBATE "b99 Sboi5»" with gTtrin» to yoiir. hen*. Your bird; will balance tHisif ew» fetion perfectly . , . for be»< feeding remlU, (or low l«*di»g coil*. MQNIY.MAKINfi WAY «» RQW5¥MB«5 centals* soleulaled awpunt* pi A 9 0 «i4 6r. tibofipifa and iltrat* (aeSor. H«n» i btyb, yif)d oj Sm fftel) If* Luxurious Fur* The popular % coat In Sable dyed Muskrat backs. Full sleeve, up or down cuffs, ripple back. May be worn as a tuxedo or button-up. One of a gorgeous selection. $294 Fed. tax Included The Perfect Suit This one in green wool suede cloth, beautifully tailored by "Bisenberg of California." Neat pockets and' kick pleat skirt 39.50 'Winged Victoj-y ; - , T i A dress type in many variations of crepe, wool or jgaberdine, with combination of colors—a striking style with a new look. 19.75 1 jm m n Casual For many occasions-^- tlieee casual dresses, grow . ,.|« pppui^rity each seaspn, Made- of varjpus ma{£ria}js - aijd Js of ijji VStS^&W««i *$M-ijiiiM r ^ ^^^^^^l^^^ft^^i^'^ 4 '''" i|s;^M;f§fc*|feif®jfc|i|iJay SSA-fesSiiiSSaKiSSS'rASwrfSlWifSlI t4?M^ : •• *W-";"§^ ! .""^^5^SBB^r-,assg : "^^''iSis&vSy- 7 ^'';"'^ J*|y?^ : S'*S|pe^^R^Wj^|S

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