The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1945 · Page 4
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','•!-'/"•'*'' -':•:-• V.'" v .;.' ; ':-•.•"•' •'-;-"••'';"'•- "'^'•••'.-J - •'•* v.""v :' ••' r^'VrV^v.*.;<vV3k^ : : : ' : > ' ^ : V:: 11 - •: • :V: vv ^•? 1 ':^^^;?^;^v-^P^H^^^^tft^^'KS^ J. P. CUNNINGHAM BURT.WAS78 Burt: In honor of J. P. Cunningham's 78th birthday a group of relatives was entertained at the home of his son Merwyn, on Sunday. In the crowd were the Glenn Reibsamens, Marshalltown; Elsie Hart, Williston, N. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Hid Wlnket and two softs, Sibleyj Mr. 6nd Mrs. Arid«sW Pet* erson.aiid John Cunningham, TI- tonka* Mrs Ernest Taylor, Mason City; and Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Stow, besides Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham. Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lynch, who has received his discharge from the army spent the past week at home. He left again Sunday for Buffalo, N. Y., where he expects employment. POTATOES DAKOTA TRIUMPHS $2.75 per 100 BUY YOUR WINTER SUPPLY NOW! PRE-WAR ROPE—% AND % IN. Tulip Bulbs Priced according to size Linseed Oilmeal, Soy Bean Oilmeal, and Feeds for every purpose. WATER SOFTENER SALT Algona Flour & Feed Co. Phone 257 ALGONA Seneca Farm Sold To Lone flock Man For A Soft'* Return Seneca: Mrs. Hturlburt recently sold her farm north of SencCa, now tenanted by the Ci-osley family, to a Mr. Lockwood from the Lone Rock vicinity, The Lock* woods purchased the farm fof their son Who Is expected home from service in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Petersen and sons spent Sunday evening at the Emma and Clarence Petersen home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Waters of Jackson, Fla.j came a week ago last Monday for a visit at, the home of the Roy Hartshorns. They plan to conclude their visit this week Friday. Mrs. Waters is the former Beulah Hartshorn. C O. Bailey spent the week end with his daughter LaVonne, who is a student at the University of Minnesota. On Saturday afternoon C O. was one of 55,000 spectators who watched the Minnesota Gophers go down in defeat to Ohio State by a 20-7 score. Week end guests at the Emma Petersen home were her daughter and family Fred Johnsons of Fort Dodge. On Sunday afternoon Mrs. Petersen and Mrs. Johnson and children visited at the Hans Wiuff home at Armstrong. Mrs. Clarence Petersen and sons spent the afternoon at' the parental Hans Madsen home at Ringsted, while the men all went pheasant hunt- Harriet Olsen spent Sunday afternoon with her sister Mrs. Howard Preston at the Park View hospital at Estherville and -with her new niece. The mother and daughter are doing nicely and1 expect to be brought home on Wednes- dav The maternal grandparents Mr and Mrs. Curtis Olsen are car- Ine for their grandson .Wayne while Daryl is with'his paterna grandparents the Prestons 4 CORNERS TO MEET NOV. 8 IDAHORUSSETS utility «»n,, S2.39 TEXASGRAPEFRUIT *. 5c SWEET POTATOES 2 *, 13c ORANGES Medium size , 2 «-. 49C CABBAGE ib. 4e RUTABAGAS «.. 5c I JACK SPART I t/ i A.^'A.m, K-"- *-»~M.W-—• MILK, 3 Tall Cans 27c Borden's Memo 1 lb jar 59c Hershey Cocoa i lb pkg |2c Jack Sprat, Quick or Regular Oats 3 lb pkg 26c 28 oz. pkg. Cream of Wheat 23c Assorted Clinton Pudding each 4c Arm & Hammer Baking Soda 1 lb pkg 8c Fresh Roasted Peanuts 1 lb 25fi Jack Sprat Orange Pekoe Tea. Hbpkg27c Chocolate Cream Coffee. 2 lib 59c Jack Sprat . Mustard 8£ oz jar 9c Mayflower Cut Green Beans. No. Z can I4c J. S. Run of Pod Pear—-'- 2 No - 2 cans 3lC Mayflower Tomatoes 2 No - 2 cans 25C Jack Sprat Cake Flour 44 oz pkg 23c Jack Sprat 50 lb. bag Enriched Flour S2.49 Sun-x Bleach 2 qts. 25c NASH COFFEE 1 AL £ 29c MEATS FRESH OYSTERS p.».69c B E E F R 0 A S T Grad . A ............................................................ a 24c MEATY BOILING BEEF GradcA * 17c SUMMERSAUSAGE nie .................................... .b. 29c FoUr Corners: The Mothers and Daughters, club meet NOV. 8 at the hOm6 of Ettta Rich, With Clara Brayton assist- ng hostess. There will a paper The First Thanksgiving" by Grace Bjustrom, and a VThahks- giving Poem" by Susie Witham. Corporal Bill Colbert of What heer is visiting at the C. N. Robnson home. Visitors at the Otto Harlan home or pheasant hunting are friends rom southern Iowa. Donna Rae Potter, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Potter, is pending a couple of days at the lussel Walker home. Mr. and Mrs. W. Ray Smith and Walter called ort old friends in the Doan neighborhood Sunday. Mrs. Elmer Hayne and her sls- cer Mrs. Powell and husband of Chicago are at the Hayne home :or pheasant hunting. Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Robinson spent the week end at Harris vis- ting the letter's brother and fam- ly the Perry Rickabaughs. Mrs. Chris Jensen and daughters Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth and Mrs. Eldpn Shaw attended a shower at Whittemore Sunday afternoon for Miss Marie Oringer. Mr: and Mrs. John Gettman and George Gettman of Mason City came over Thursday to attend the funeral of Janice Sabin. The Gett- mans returned home Sunday. Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom spent Sunday with her mother Mrs. Violet Walker, while Cecil was combining beans on the Walker farm. Mr and Mrs. Orville Holdren^and children called at the Walker home in the afternoon, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Walker and children called in the evening. Lu Verne Circles To Meet Wednesday, 7th LuVerne: The circles of the W S. C. S. will meet Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 7. Circle 1 will mee at the home of Mrs. Frank Sanford. Devotions for the afternooi will be given by Mrs. Allen Thompson and the lesson will b in charge of Mrs. Elmer Hunt. Circle 2 will meet at the coun try home of Mrs. William Goetsch with Mrs. William Larmier as as sistant hostess. Circle 3 will b held at the home of Mrs. J. A Hjelle, Mrs. E. B. Thomas will b the hostess. The devotions will b given by Mrs. C. O. McClellan and the lesson will be given by Mrs. Earl Neal. , 2 Swea City Vets Back Into Harness Swea City: Two recently discharged service men who have re- •urned to the home community riave taken up civilian jobs. Jens Mogensen, one of five Mogensen Drothers in the navy, has been discharged and began work as driver on the D-X tank wagon last week. Harvey Madsen, nephew of Mrs. Christine Swanson, is now helper at the Swea City creamery He is a veteran of the North African and European campaigns. Leo, son of Mrs. Martha Knutson, has resumed his peace-time job in a Des Moines recreation parlor. He had been doing guard duty at POW camps in New Mexico and Arizona. Many Guests At Wm. Batts' Dinner Burt: Sunday guests at the Wm Batt home were Mr. and Mrs Harold Rose, Deloris and Marilyn Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Rose and Gene of Boone; Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Edwards, Larry, Carol, Armin and Linda or Terril; Mr. and Mrs M. A. Hauenstein, Joyce; Loi Jean, Darlene and Russell o Graettinger; Mrs. Bertha Batt Edna and Marilyn of St. Benedict Lt. and Mrs. Wm. Batt and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. George Batt Georgia and Donald of Algona Thomas Shaw and Raymond Park of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs Dwight Potter, Dean, Ronald an Shirley, and Mr. and Mrs. Rober Lewis and Jerry Lee of Burt. Herman Dreyers Are Hosts, Friday The Fenton A. A. L. Branch me at the Herman Dreyer home Fri day evening. Election of officer was held with the following bein elected: Emil Bierstedt, re-electe president; Mrs. George Jentz, vie president; R. Eggerling, secretary treasurer. Mr. Eggerling succeed Viola Mueller as secretary-trea surer. • The aid received four new mem bers: Rev. and Mrs. Friedrict Mrs. Ervin Borchardt and Pau Bleckwenn. Burt Woman's Club Discuss U. S. Future B'urt: The Woman's Club met at the Marvin Hotel Monday evening with Mrs. Karl Andersen and Mrs. W. W. Boettcher as hostesses. The program consisted of a panel discussion on "America's Power to Shape the Future" , Mrs. June Christensen was chairman of the discussion. Mrs. W. H. Vogel discussed the military, Mrs. H. O. Buell the economic and Mrs. G. H. McMullen the moral phases of the question. Portland! "Av$r& FHcK .„— that one day last tfeeK his herd of sheep were attacked by stfay dogs. Several sheep weffc Kllledi Mrs. Pat iRBsmussetir Is' now at the home of her fiiether Mfs. Clara Fairbanks IA Burt/ M^s. Anthony Jandl, Was brought home 'Friday night from St. Paul. She Is imprdvifig but not able to be up much. Marilyn Trunkhlll was seriously 111 Sunday and was taken to the Kossuth hospital. She Is reported slightly better. Marilyn has been a diabetic sufferer for some time ». u *rV.U«M.V;JMglaM: o ftlxrttlfe Firti Glass TMrloWHatkhey/ldft f Mr; ana Mrs. .oafhei WV Hfeek* (iey, 120 N. .Meekhaft Si» Algbnaj owa, and f owner University «f ttlnnesota student, is nd^ attehd* teg Shrlvenhaitt Ameriean tftilvef« ity ih Engiarid where the second wo-months term dpehed with as eiarollment of mbre than 4,000 oldlef students. iwea Girl Taken To Rochester, Oct. 27 Swea City: Eleanor Heidenwith, 17, was taken by ambulance to Rochester, Saturday for medical treatment. Eleanor Is suffering from complications following a streptlcoccic sore 'throat. Was This Trip Necessary Persons not going anywhere should not get on trains to bid departing guests farewell, Mr. anc Mrs. Ralph White of Polk City go" on a train at Madrid to chat with recent visitors till train departure They failed to get off In time anc were carried on to Tama, the first stop east. Anyway. Tractor Lite Kit With Generator Farmall F30 FarmallF20 Farmall Regular John Deere General Purpose Allis Chalmers $21.95 Coast-to-Coast Store Sponsored M ikth Ladl« Ciffele No. Starting at 8:00 & tti, ,J mranira ALGONA SOIMR Sifltf tofttii tt'M ;«*; m. ; ' jpttbite limited ' Algona tfaWttftertdl Cltib No. I THE NEW 1946 ' •.•>' . \ . ' Chevrolet i Watch for tt! '.'.'• ' Kossuth Motor Co. Algona, Iowa As I am quitting farming, I will hold a closing out sale of all my personal property at the farm located 1 mile north of Wesley, out the old pavement, on - Sale to Start Promptly at 12:30 P. M. VEAL STEW - GradeA ............................................ , ................... .... 19c PICKLED PIGS FEET ,»„, 35c FISH CHICKENS RAY'S ££* MARKET QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of PUtref* Arlsln* from STOMACH ULCERS ,UE TO EXCESS AC ID rre«BoQkTell»ofHom«Trcatm«nttli»« «ust Help or it WIH C»»t Y«H NQfthif i vcr two million bowltw of tbe W I LL ABD rBEATMENTb»v« l»>en sold f or relief ol yin ptunis of distrew urUIOf from 8,tom«sh mrt PuodtiMl Ulcer* due to EICMI Acld- •9ijr Digestion, ttw or Upit* Stomach, iMs!n«s». H«wtburn. 5l«cpUt»n«»», tU-, lu» 10 E»cc»i Add. Sold on ledayi'trW' vsk for "wui«rd'> MOHM" wblcb h*iij xplains tb)» ireanni-nt— Ifti — at Algona: BORCHABPT P» OHNESOBGE LuVerae: LUVEBNE PHARMACY 21 • HEAD OF CATTLE This offering consists of one Shorthorn heifer, fresh two weeks, with calf at side; 41 good ™K*>v, S ^to freshen soon; 2 yearling heifers; 12 head of high grade Hereford calves, wt. 400 to 500 Ibs. One white face bull, serviceable age. __^—••^•^•••^•••^ 79 - HAMPSHIRE HOGS 20 head of open gilts, wt. 170 to 200 Ibs, 21 head of nice feeder pigs. 4 pure bred Hampshire sows, wt. 1 350 Ibs. with 3.4 head of fall pigs. All hogs long time vaccinated. 2 - GOOD WORK HORSES - 2 1140 - WHITE 1EGHORNS -140 1 bay mTre, wl . 1400 lb., smooth mouth. 1 gray I 70 p»ll.t» ready to startUyrog. 70 yea* old gelding, wt, 1400 Ibs., smooth mouth. I hens. John Deere model 8 tractor with rubber in front, all mohditioned, with cultivator, Jotoi 19 & sell (Jump liay yajse, Wi*!<m sndjM^ W?H*y'ifiijfr.;. row cujtiv^or,; jjTC'«*$&&W&1C^:^f^^f|f»S,: ea» barrels, tank heaters, and many »tldwt«» JS«»«<>1I8 \f> ftWBBW' . ._ Booking utensilf, Electric irop and iraping beard, • 1« : Cash m mm%% with bsnteer, Na to M ***fl: '•'"™''.^^*v;;^t^;!^7^^vs^"'Tf i -' 1 '< * "- r ™ v ^w' j • - - iV•- ivr^iV'i'T-V' r*. • 1 '<-r^X ! 'ti^

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