The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1945 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 18, 1945
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t-:,..,; 'V->< SENECA BOY WEDS ARMSTRONG GIRL Seneca: A wedding of, interest *5 w , ai jy Senecans was that of Miss Muriei Opsal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olal Opsal, and • MelVIn Brown, eldest son 6f Mr. aftd Mrs. wm. Brown, former Senecans, how , « r!i 1 ear Armstrong, who were " n > te d In marriage Wednesday, ? ot> 3 it at ^ the Little fi ttw& Church hear Nashua, Iowa. Following the ceremony a din- fler was served at Waverly for the wed ding party, which in addition to thefrbridal party and their attendants, included Mr. and Mrs. Olai Opsal and sons LeRoy and Lynden; Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Brown and Mrs. Clara Trygstad, ?u Lamberton,- Minn., an aunt of the bride. The couple left for a short wedding trip to various parts of Min- ftesotfi, WtettMttifl find liiindla.' The bride was graduated from the AfmsWbBf high school in 194" and had until recently been efri ployed in Ih6 Armstrong telephone exchange. The groom, although he was born In the Seneca community, and attended school at Seneca in his early years, was graduated from the Armstrong 'high school in 1940. He has been assisting his father on the farm and is fit pffis* ent conducting a dray business in Armstrong. , Algona Newcomers Newcomers to. Algona include the following; H, M. Knechtj froni West Bend) John Lawless, from Moline, 111.- Rtith Pljahn from Lone Rock; Rita Salz from Whittemore! Mrs. Jane Woods, from Armstrong; Harry t). Jungeberg, from Armstrong. Algona welcomes residents! these . Sorensen Specials. Opal Pancake Flour, 3 lb. bag...... ...|8c 'Penick Golden Syrup, 5 lb. jar.. Apricots in syrup, No. 10 can .......... Apple Butter, qt. jar.;.... ... Dried Pears, lb., .....49g Grated Tuna, 3 pts cari.*..... —....29c Mince Meat, enough for 2 pies, jar.g, Cauliflower, large fancy heads Oranges, medium size.......... _2 doz. Popped Wheat Breakfast , Food... i .3 bags 25c Cobbler Potatoes, No. 1 grade, bag $2.25 Fortress Toilet Tissue 0 rolls 25c PaJmolive Soap, bath size... 2 Dars Egg Plant, Squash, Sweet Potatoes, Yams, Cabbage, Carrots, Head Lettuce, Radishes, Tomatoes, Green Onions, Celery, Green and Red Peppers, Turnips, Apples, Cranberries, Grapes, Peaches, Pears, Canteloupe, Oranges, Grapefruit, Lemons. Strictly Fresh Bullheads, Ib. 38 C "Beef Roasts, Ib. '.. _22c to 28c Home Rendered Lard, 12 pts....2 Ibs. 370 T-Bone Steak, C grade, no points, Ib. 29c Pure Pork Luncheon Loaf, no pts, Ib. Pickled Pigs Feet, qt. jar Pickled Herring, pt. jar : 3| c Oysters, Home Dressed Chickens Sorensen Grocery Co Deliveries Tuesday and Friday Phones 138—139 LUVERNE MARCHING BAND IS SECOND IN FIRST CONTEST LuVerne: The LuVerne high •school marching band With their leader, Miss Stephanie Cowling, went to Pocahontas, Saturday afternoon, to compete in the state marching band contest which was held under the direction of the Iowa High School Music association. They received a number two rating in the class C school contest. There are 38 members in the marching band, Margaret Moed- ing is the drum majorette and the baton twirlers are Marilyn Miller, LDonna Gliden, Marjorie Holmes, Charlene Henry and Marilyn Hefti. This is the first time that the LuVerne high school band has entered a marching band contest. Home On Furlough Mr. and Mrs.' Ralph entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of their son T-4 Gordon Davidson who is spending a furlough at the home of his parents. Those who attended the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Eggleston and family of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nygaard and family of Wesley, Mr. and Mrs. Gedrge Eggleston, Mrs. Harold Davidson and family and Rev. and Mrs. Robert Phillips and family all of LuVerne.. Mr. arid Mrs. Ervin McGowen spent a few days last week visiting friends in Mason City. Miss Betty Lannlng of Humboldt was a week end guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Merkle. Mrs. Peter Thompson spent a few days in Fairmont, Minn., visiting at the home of Mrs. Rachel Hanna. Mrs. Alice Newland of Des Moines spent the week end visiting at the home of Mrs. Edna Larimer. Mrs. Raymond Pettigrew of Algona was a week end visitor at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pergande. , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bigings and Sgt. and Mrs. Ernest Flickinger spent the week end visiting in Sioux City. . Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Huff and Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Will attended a football game in Fort Dodge Friday ^evening. Miss Phyllis Lichty of Mason City was a week end" visitor at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Phil C. Lichty. Miss Irene Behnkendorf of Dows was a week end visitor at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Behnkendorf. ; Cpl. Walter Brayton arrived •home' Saturday evening to speed a furlough at the home of his mother and with other relatives. Mrs. Willard Ziegler and daughter Francis of Algona spent a few days visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Lund. The Aigona Upper ftet Mblfce For Sale Unimproved 80 acres. Good soil. Six miles northwest of Whittemore. Splendid investment. • C. B. Murtagh Referee Algona, Iowa At my place one-half mile North of Burt on Highway 169, on Mr, and Mrs. Walter feflgel and daughter Meridlth spent Sunday Visiting at ihe home Of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Larson in Webstei City. Mrs. James Traugef who is employed in Ellsworth spent a few days visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanford. Mrs. John Stampka entertained at a birthday party, Suftday afternoon, in the city hall In honor of her daughter Mat-go's third birthday. . • ' Mr. and Mrs. .Cecil Williams and son Jerry of Charles City spent Sunday visiting at- the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Williams. James Smith of Minneapolis visited several days at the home of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Allen. James was recently honorably discharged from the navy. The Presbyterian Ladies Association met Wednesday aftei-noon Oct. 17, at the country home of r Mrs. Lewis Wildin. The leader for Davidson I the afternoon was Mrs. Edwin Marty. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly returned home Friday evening after spending three weeks Visiting at Flasher, N. D., Madison, S. D., St. James, Minn., and in Fairmont. Minn. Charles Wolf of Fort Dodge has sold his house which is tenanted by Mr. and Mrs. William Hedrick to Irvln Rasmus, who plans "to move into the house in the near future. Mrs. Ralph Andrews has returned to Cedar Rapids where she will be employed, after spending several days visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Art Dimler. Sgt. and Mrs. Ernest Flickinger of Childress, Texas, spent several days visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Bigings. Mrs. Flickinger is a sister/ of Mrs. Robert Bigings. Captain and Mrs. Earl Legler are visiting at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Legler. Captain Legler recently returned home after spending three years overseas with the army. Pfc. Norman Wegenr left Monday for Camp Polk, Louisiana, after spending a 45 day furlough with his father Richard Wegner. Norman recently returned home from overseas. Mrs. Henry Marr and children Joyce and Raymond of Spirit Lake and Mrs P. D. Schichtl and son^ Jerry of Estherville visited over the week end at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus. Mr. and Mrs. Elead Wegner arrived Saturday from Kansas City to visit at the home of his father Richard Wegner and also witn his sisters Ruth and Irene. Elead recently received his discharge from the navy. Mrs. Albert Voss of: Webster City came Sunday evening to visit at the home of ,her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Will, and also see her new grandson who was born recently in the hospital in Algona. Mrs. Anna Hanselman went to Frost, Minn., recently to visit Mrs. Ear! Hanselman and other relatives. Mrs. Earl Hanselman and two sons returned home , with Mrs. Hanselman and will yisit here for several days. :' Rev. and Mrs. Paul Beckman and Lynette and Mrs. Albert Hefti accompanied by 18 young people of the Evangelcial church attended a 7th District Youth Rally which was held in Fort Dodge Sunday'afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Halversbn of Sioux Rapids former LuVerne residents, are the parents"; of a baby boy born Oct. 3rd. There is one other child in the family. Mr. Halverson was manager of the local Thompson yards here before moving to Sioux Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch and Doris Jean, Mrs. Charles Goetsch and Dorothy Nielson took Delmar Goetsch to Ames Saturday where he left by train for his home in San Francisco after spending two weeks visiting at the home of his mother and also attending funeral services for his father. Friends here haVe received announcements, of^the birth of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs'. Vernon Stribley,- on Monday, Oct. 8, in the hospital at New Hampton. Mrs. Stribley has been at the home of her parents in Ionia - while • her husband is in the navy, Mr, Stribley is a former superintendent of the LuVerne high school. Mrs./Robert Griffith and "son Joe of Nickelsville, Ky., visited for a few days at the home of her Army Nurse, Veteran Oversea* 3 Years, Visiting In County * Ledyard: 1st Lt. Edith Worthington, an army nurse, who has just recently returned from 3 years active duty overseas, first in the New Hebrides Islands and later in the Philippines, came Friday with her mother, Mrs. Lillian Worthington of Lone Rock to visit at the home of her sister Mrs. Murl Jorgenson. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. Waite of Fenton were Sunday guests at the Dennis Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Bannick- sen of Ringsted spent Sunday at the J. H. Welfare home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jacobsen' of Elmore visited at the Christy Hinricksen home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Welfare and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Welfare and David came Friday from Hanover, Mich., to visit relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. Fred Worcester, of Walker, Minn., spent Sunday at the lome of her daughter Mrs. Bert Siefert. She went on to Algona to visit. Pvt. 'Reuben Johnson left Tuesday for Fort Riley, Kansas, after spending a 10 day furlough with lis parents Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson. . Pvt. Gordon Jorgenson returned home Thursday from 2% years overseas. He served in the European area and has now been discharged. Beverly Bashara visited Lavonne Bleich -at Burt Friday evening while her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bashara went on to Algona on business. Cpl. Sam Orvick returned Sunday to spend a lew days with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Sig Orvick. He will go to Chicago Saturday to receive his discharge. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Wood 'and Kathleen, Mrs. Wm. Wood and Bernie Woodbury all of Granada, were Sunday guests at the D. A. Carpenter home. Wilson Brack, F. T. Lewis and Hugh Lewis went to Fort Dodge Friday to bring home Lawrence Lewis who had been in the Lutheran hospital there following an operation on his nose, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Juffer and Mrs. Pat Juffer of Ireton, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Mellema and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mellema and family of Rock Rapids were Sunday guests at the Richard Brauwer home. A. C. E. M. Elmer Hamlin and Mrs. Hamlin and daughter, H. A. Pearle Wentworth, both home on furlough, the Harold Wentworth family of Blue Earth and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mayne Were Sunday guests at the Roy Wentworth home. Andrew Jorgenson of Redding, Calif., came Friday to visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Jorgenson. He has been working as an electrical riveter on Shasta Dam during the war. On Sunday a family gathering was held at the P. C. Jorgenson home in honor of Gordon's return and Andy's visit. . SOMET TO CROW ABOUT DREFT LARGE PK6. 25c ASSORTED COOKIES PRINCE ALBERT OR VELVET DILL PICKLES APPLE BUTTER MINUTE DESSERT .Carton of 12 Quart jar eac h Jar each Use like tapioca pkg 29c $U9 25c 25c 14c Mrs.' George Schwartz is visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs J. A. Nelson. Mrs. Schwartz is the former Betty Nelson. FRUIT COCKTAIL 35c No. 2y 2 each tin WHITE SYRUP % gai. 39c While It Lasts LUX FLAKES 25c Large package SORE THROAT Auction Sale Starts at One O'clock Sharp One Extra Good Saddle Horse - 2 Years Old Aim New Bridle and Saddle Farm Machinery • Equipment parents Mr; and Mrs. H. E. Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and their daughter Mrs Jack LaWarne and son John of Fort Dodge returned to Kentucky with them where they will spend three weeks visiting due to colds Let a little Vicks VapoRub melt on the tongue. Works fine, to soothe sore throat due to colds and helps relieve irritation in upper breathing passages. To Ease Spasms off Coughing: Put a good spoonful of VapoRub in a bowl of boiling water. Wonderful relief comes as you Breathe in the steaming medicinal, vapors that penetrate to cold-congested upper breathing passages ... soothes the irritation, quiets fits of coughing, helps clear head. For Added Relief, rub VapoRub on throat, chest, back. Let its famous double-actionkeep* *>a ** m^** on working for^^|CKS hoursasyousleep. w VAPORUB PINEAPPLE JUICE CRISCO HILEX PEACHES CLINTON PUDDINGS No. 5 tin each Ib. jar 39c I Gallon jug No. 10 gal. tin, each 79c I6c MAN HAD BRICK IN HIS STOMACH FOR 10 YEARS One man recently stated that for 10 years he felt like he had One 32.foot elevator iw»d hoist, Oliver manure loader 0, K, Hammer v JoJHi Peere, manure spreader, 4-section drag, i stee) wagon, new endgate seed* *>r» robbw tiril Wtter, n^w \ra$m box,, grain wind rower, spring tooth her, row, three horse power rootor, cement hog troughs, two feed bunks, one bay' ««w stanchions, 2 roll* new 3$' Jufc wire, 3 rods 5 rojlf $»w barbed wire,. 83* bales of itaiw, MiOS brooder fte»r, hog wat&e>, % shite, «9 lt,,wett sairiw, Former Teacher To Job In New York .Mr. and Mrs. Edson E. Attleson and Iwo, children of Fort Podge moved Monday to New York •where Mr. Attleson 'has been prompted to regional and state rtian- ager of the Child Training Association, Inc., publishers of Children's Activities. Mr. AWeson tewght speech and debate in ithe Algona high school for -three yews, 1939-41, during which time (he coached some tPP ranking debate teams and extern* brick in his stomach,- This feeling was due to the lump of undigested food he always had inside of Jitm. He was weak, worn out, headachy, swollen with gas and terribly constipated. Recently he started taking SYS-TONE and says the feeling like a brick in his stomach disappeared the second day. Bowels are regular now, gas and headaches are gone and he feels like a new man. SYS-TONE 'contains 13 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over, So don't go on suffering! Get SYS-TONE, Lusby & Gloss], Drug LARGE ORANGES F A N C Y Y A M S.._....; ............LIZ 3 TOKAY GRAPES CRANBERRIES LARGE CELERY SUNKIST LEMONS doz; Ibs. Ibs. Large Red 49c 25c 27c 33c each pore speajers. He reslgne4 to gin wprfc wttJv Children's es }»» 1841, In October; 1943, Mr. enlisted in the /merchant marine, •ffrviog «£ tast yew ... ., Re^ieit thtserviee jwt January,; OM, Mw.. t et the Store. B UTILITY Quality. Meats 24c 27c EXTRA FANCY VEAL ROAST Grade A 2 Points Ib. SIRLOIN STEAK Point Free. Grade A 2 Points VEAL CHOPS lb ,28« Grade A 6 Points RUPTURE H, L, QOff * will demonstrate, without chaw, Ms "Rjjpture Shields" to 4l4H)N4t IOWA AT HOTEL ALGONA ON WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ?4 from 10 A. M. tp 4 P. M. Please opine early, EventngS by appointment. I have been swpfjyjng my shields tW§ terri* , I tor? have fitted ™ * •• *> T i 3 *i»j United Sta »f W*«TT **«» are rlf M fiode Class Elections "*w»^ «¥-™?il^P P^ff^rW 9P8K93 w- ROUND STEAK lb . 38c Swift's SUMMER SAUSAGE Short Rib BOILING BEEF Point Free 35c lb, P«nt Free lb, 17c UtiKty T BONE STEAKS Corn Country AMERICAN CHEESE All Lean STEWING BEEF Fresh GROUND BEEF Point Free, Ib, 32c Point Free I bo* Point l««»?eras! "• ,tt'$ GRADE A BEEF ROASTS

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