The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 25, 1945 · Page 2
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' WVERDALE 6m 4-H CLUB HICK St. Joe: The Riverdale Rustlers 4-H club met Saturday at the 'home of Betty Jane Bormann, with Mary Jane Origer as assisting hostess. Election of officers itfras thfi main event of the after- fltoon. The new president is Mary Jane Origer; vice president, Betty Jane Bormann; secretary-treasurer. Darline Kohlhaas, and reporter-historian, Kathryn Kirsch. Thelma Bormann gave a talk on '"Pieces of furniture that can be converted into a more useful article." The officers made out the •club program for the coming year Tuesday night at Kathryn Kirsch's .home. Maxine Bormann accompanied Kenneth LeBrun back to Dell JRapids, S. D., for a visit. Relatives from here attended a shower Sunday in Bancroft for the bride-to-be of Leroy Nauman. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wilbig and son LeRoy of Dell Rapids, S. D., are visiting relatives In this ity. • /'.••• Mr. and Mrs. Nick Bormann eft tertalned at Sunday dinner for their nephew, Pvt. Robert Bormann. ' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thllges are visiting the letter's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feller at Sprague- vllle, Iowa. Pvt. John Capesius, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Capesius, has been transferred from Camp Fannin, Texas, to Camp Grant, 111. Joe Berendes and Evelyn Kramer are visiting the former's parents at Orleans, Nebr. Mr, Berendes was recently discharged from the army. Mr. and Mrs. Will Reding and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kramer of Livermore drove to Elmore, Minnesota, Sunday to get Mrs. Reding's 'parents Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Gorman. Oct. 18 was Ronald Harlan's 9th birthday. He entertained his cousins and Nancy Geilenfeldt, daughter of Mrs Helen Geilenfeldt, at a weiner roast at his home Friday evening after school. DISPERSAL SALE 90 Head Berkshire Boars and Sows 4 Miles West of Garner; One Mile South of Duncan, on WED., OCT. 31 - At 8 P. M. FRANK ZROSTLIK FARM Paul Wed Wesley: Banns of marriage Were published In St. Joseph's Catholic church for Paul Sonrauth, oldest son of .Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schrauth and Marie Origer of Whittemore. They will be married Tuesday, Nov. 6. Post Nuptial Shtfwer— A large crowd attended" the post-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in the parish hall honoring Mrs. Bob Pink, nee Lucille Olson. A program was presented followed by a delicious lunch. Mrs. Pink received many lovely gifts. Mrs. George Aldrlch received door prize. The couple were married October 11 in Belleville, 111. He is still in the army and reported to Jefferson Barracks following hi furlough. Buddies in Reunion- John Freeseman and John Getting of near .Ackley were week end guests of "Bud" Hauptmann. The boys were buddies in the Pacific war zone. A group of young folks were entertained at the Ed Hauptmann home Saturday evening. 4 Infant Baptized— The infant son born to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bebo, Oct. 11, in the General hospital at Algona, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church and named Dennis James. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Otis were sponsors. Rev. L. N. Klein attended the funeral of Rev. Cooper at LeMars Tuesday. Al Loebig spent the week end at Conroy where he visited Miss Adeline Shedda. Rev. 3. A. Riggs returned home Thursday from Cedar Rapids where he had attended an I. O. O. F. convention. Mr. and Mrs. Lon Gauge and Warm today, cold tomorrow. When winter comes it usually comes with a rush. Have your car ready when cold weather arrives. TIGER CHIEF BATTERIES 45 PLATE EXCHANGE WNTER More than any other time, you'll appreciate a new battery when winter comes. Quick, easy starting and a dependable flow of current is an absolute necessity. Prepare now. Get a new Tiger Chief Battery. FOR THE CIRCULATING SYSTEM FROST SHIELDS PERMATITE WEATHERSTRIP Curved. . .85c 8'x7>i", Curved ..... 85c 8'xl2* ...... . ....... 65c 8'xl8'...... ;-;... ..73c 10*x20* ............. 85p S'y.12", Non- breakable . . . ; . r. . .65c 8"xl8', Non- breakable. . . ; ; r. r.73c 8'xl8', Non- breakable, Round Corners ........... 75c Cler-vue Cellophane FrostShields.perset 69c Electric Sleetahield . $1.98 Sleet Chaser' Electric Defroster $1.98 Liquid Waterproofing Cement ........... 16c Liquid Adhesive, ipjack 10ft.roll. 10ft.roll. 10 ft. roll. .23e .27c . 35c Gamble's Radiator Cleaner—Powder Type,'can Gamble's Radiator Solder—Powder Type, can Warner's Radiator Cleaner, can Warner's Liquid Radiator Solder, 10 oz. can Dupont's Acid and Rust Inhibitor, can.. Heater Hose Clamp. Heater Hose, per[foot Freezemeter Freezemeter Float... Hydrometer Hydrometer Float... ,10c ,10c .69c ,49c .37c ..3c .[lie .39c .15c .39c .14c 25c The Friendly Store Marjorie and Mr. find 'Btf&.' ,,«„- ence Ptacek and baby of Duncan visited relatives In Carroll Stttt day. "Cal" Johnson left last week for induction Into the army. He went to Fort Shelling, Minn,' H6 is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Johnson. ' '" ' Mrs. L. L. Larson was honbrfed on her birthday Wednesday after" noon by a few ladies Who spent a social' afternoon at her home. A gift was presented. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hauptman and Rudolph returned home Sunday evening from.'a few days visit with a Hauptman daughter Mrs. John F: Arent at Charles City. Loren Lease and his cousin Harriet Rye of Forest City, both students at Waldorf college, Forest City, spent the week end at the former's parental L. L. Lease home. Mrs. June Noble and her brother LeRoy Seller were sponsors for their nephew, the infant son of Mr." and Mrs. Dale Swaney of Britt. Mrs. Swaney is the former Rosemary Seller. Marjorie Licktelg, a student at the Good Council Academy, Mankato, Minn., spent the week end at her parental Louis Lickteig home. Her brother, Albert, was home on furlough. Mrs. Ed Hildman and her daugh," ter Mrs. Bob Kain of Sexton re* turned home Friday of last Week from a few days at Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Kain went through the' clinic. Homer Lawson went to St. Louis Monday to visit his son Dick Lawson and family. Dick has KIs discharge after serving much time on Luzon. > The family plan to move to California. Mrs. Dora Ash of Franklin Grove, 111., spent several days last week with her aunt Mrs. Susan Lease. The two ladies were entertained at the A. M. Lease, the L. L. Lease and the J. W. Walker homes. Mrs. Marie Kunz and June Adel returned home Friday from several weeks visit with the former's, mother Mrs. John Anderson at Fowler, Colo. Mrs. Anderson accompanied them here for an extended visit. Mrs. Myrtle Kouba left Saturday for Cottonwood, Minn., to visit her father O. P. Melvold. Mr. Melvold and Mrs. Kouba's aunt Will return with her to spend- several weeks at the Kouba home in Clear Lake. i Lt. Robert Studer has lately been transferred from Great Fails, Mont., where he was in the air transport command, to Stockton. Calif., and is now flying wounded men from the port of debarkation to veteran hospitals. | Sgt. Robert Kinniard who-has a discharge after 38 months .in south Pacific, and his mother Mrs. John Kinniard of Oilman spent: the week end at the Don Kinniard home and to make the acquaintance of the .twin girls-at"Doi£s home. . .'}•'.' Sunday guests at Mrs. Nels M. Johnson's were Mr. and Mrs. Ed- t win Johnson and Herbert Johnson • of St. James, Minn. The men are ; sons of Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Esther Skow and Olaf Funnermark and Mrs. Selma Carlson and Clifford were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. David Williams went to Geneva, 111., over the week end to visit relatives. She is the former Lillian Schrauth and has been with her husband who was stationed at a camp in California. He was -a lieutenant in the army air corps and is now discharged. 4 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lang and two children of Cedar Falls came Saturday-night and were guests at the parental J. L. Haverly home till Sunday afternoon. The Infant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lang, Jackie Joe had been cared for by Mrs. Haverly last week while the Langs got settled in their new home. Larry's two sisters, Mrs. Jack Stott of Titonka and Mrs. L. Sandt of Armstrong called at the Haverly home Sunday afternoon. Otto Harlans Are Hosts At Waffle Supper On Sunday Four Corners: Mr. and Mrs Otto Harlan entertained at a waffle supper Sunday evening. Those attending were Mrs: Jessie Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dau Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Bjustrom and family and Mr. and Mrs. Arie. Dittmer and family. At Mrs. Miller Rites— Those attending the funeral of Mrs. Michael Miller Friday from this community were Mrs. Jessie Mitchell and her daughters Mrs. Otto Harlan, Mrs. Q. A. Bjustrom, Mrs. Arie Dittmer and Mrs. Edmund Larsen. The Mitchells were acquainted with Mrs. Miller when they all lived at Fairfield. . Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch went to Minneapolis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan, Mrs. Howard Sarchett and Mrs. Arie Dittmer spent Saturday, in Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Smith spent Wednesday evening at their daughter's home, the Herbert Wallaces Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Holdren were supper guests Sunday night at their son's home, the Orville Holdrens Ernest Bonnett of Fairfield, who Is a brother of the late Mrs. Michael Miller, vistted at the Otto Harlan home Saturday. S-Sgt. Ron Rarovs arrived Saturday from Camp Gront. I|l., and has his honorable discharge. He is at his brother Leo's, Sunday dinner guests at Cecil Bjusrtom's were Mr.' and Mrs. Orville Holdren and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and children and Mrs. Violet 'Walker $nd family. Hazel Marso of Minneapolis and her granddaughter Judy Lee Lindner of Willmar, Minn., visited the past week a few days with her sisters Mrs. Geq. Lee an4 Mrs, Johij Rich. 'geneea ladies aid will hold their artrtual bazaar at the ehurcK basei Tuesday evetti«g, Oct. 30. J»fo* ceding the bazaar a luncheon $111 be served, It ^ill-be served cofeterla s^lei beginning o'clock, the public U invited. • ; .-; ; - ^: ; /. Patents tot fiSMe?--. Mr. and Mrs. Howard P>esWs are the patents' of 87% Ib. baby^ daughter, born Saturday mofnin% at the Park View hospital at Es- therviile. She was named Jeanette Mae. Mrs. William Johns is ill and confined to her home. The Seneca, juniors will present their class play, "Two Days to Marry", Thursday and Friday, Oct. 25-26. Arlowe Hanson, who recently received an honorable discharge from the army, will help his father on the farm, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Huber and children of Adrian, Minn., were Sunday guests at the home of the letter's sister, the Lester Osborhs. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Erll of Carter, S. D., arrived at the. Carl Odin home last Wednesday and visited there until Sunday. Mrs. Erll Is Mr. Odin's sister. Mrs. Carl Odin Is enjoying a visit from -her mother Mrs. Earl Harper, Austin, Minn. Mrs. Harper came Saturday and plans to stay several days. Jeanne Wllberg and . Donna Cody, students at Waldorf college, Forest City, spent the week end with their parents the Otto Wil- bergs and Albert Codys, respectively. . .. • Sunday dinner guests at the Pete Hansons were Mrs. Hanson's , fta«ife; at Bfincfoffc Mf, teftteh 18 aiini from a leg iftja^ received several, days at«; Whew he AeeidentaHy cut htfiweif f Mile 1 '; while; ,fjrun.i«i bushes. :•;.,•••'-;.-.:,•.•;,: ::.'-.:, Afnaff ifthfton/ MrH6 IS: WS lied fit SprifigHsa, MO., wrd parents, the Pete HahtfSns,. the cast was to lie^emoVed ftfM His injured ;feg last Thursday, &j * tei 1 which a brice would be jMit on As yet they da hot know if the operation which he widerwent several Weeks ago, proved sue cessful or ndt, ' . . ' Alice Payne spent the week of Oct. 9'lfl at Barabob. Wis., visit* Ing at the .home of Ray P6wers ( who was enjoying a leave With home folks. On Tuesday they arrived at the Carl Odin home where Mr. Powers Visited until Sunday. He left Sunday'evening from Algona for Norfolk, Virginia, where he is stationed. Corporal Raymond Payne who has been in the service since Jan. 22, 1941, arrived home last Thursday, having received an honorable discharge from the army at Denver, Colo., on Oct. 16. Raymond was in California when he was drafted, 'stayed there about 2% years and then "was sent to, the Aleutians, and later to the Ha- wailah Islands. He was in six major battles, so has six bronze stars and one beach head, when his company was the first to land on a beach on one of these enemy islands. Bertha Solberg and Anna Metric Mitchell acompanied Mr. and Mrs. Nyles Heggeri' of Ringsted to Rake Sunday afternoon to attend a Fellowship meeting at the Lutheran church. " '.'•. ;i!ary*tretfstrre'rY/ ;;:-;• • mMhiM jolfiea > 1ft H a • ef Feritdn HHfted Hie club Kef long* time ? MiSSidry Bdok, which was most inter'estlng. VICKftM-TRO-NOL HELP WANTED Lady to help in dry Cleaning Department Also Laundry help, boy or female. " ALGONA LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS / Phone 267 ' Across Street East of Court House National Fea lAliONA /cr,/J(ct! VSSSf FRESH BEEF STEW DICED Y BONELESS BROWN SUG Lb. Ground Beef 2"»- 49< PURE CHEESE 79< AMERI CAN 2-lb. Bex Beef Roast ROUND STEAK GOLDEN ' C" NATIONAL' MANZANH.IA I STUFFED OLIVES .. •*&?. 27c \ HEALTHFUL DRINK ' ' [GRAPEFRUIT JUICE %M4e- ISCOLLV'S Idtrus Marmalade .. » 30c VES AND PIECES '.-... LNUT MEATS ... % u . 59c GOOD HEADCE88 AMD DRESSED WHITING P E /IN U T B I)' T T E K i*. 16c OYSTERS SOLID PACK Pint Meat and frodiree price* or* effective Thursday, Friday and Saturday FRESH 'J O H A I D DUCK OCB BREAKFAST COFFEE .;....,•..3 j CEREAL BEVERAGE INSTANTPOSTUM .. J DECAFFEINATED •WFJFEE HAQ l KRJSPY CRACKERS J; SWEET GIRL !>»• r U GRIDDLE MIX ©OUKH '1.9ii:£i«Hfc? HAZEL FLOUR w lb * fl 07 bag WlilH Soda Crackers PAN ROUS .» f i A ri L O U N N O B T H E H IN CRYSTAL WHITi ; , , , ' ftOCSEBflUl pLEAjyaB|| V -£;'iQ(£? SHNIRIT! 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