The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1945 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 1, 1945
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Electrical ^Appliance* ypitf elietrie A»»Ii* awees •>-> vacuum . waffle Jf6fi*» et*r in good *«* r. We can fl* them.. Pratt Electric Co. fhoneifO Algona Automobile Insurance Over 1400 ear owners have placed ^helr car insurance through this office. Why don't you find ottt why, before you renew or buy coverage for your car. Better Rates Phone Better Service L.S.BOHANNON Over S & L Store HEW MACHINERY Tank Heaters Hog Feeders Pump Jacks Wagon Boxes Water Tanks Hog and Poultry Waterers Electric Motors Fertilizer Spreaders Endgate Seeders Milking Machines Used Machinery Wagon and Box J. D. 2-16 Plow 21 ft. Land Roller Oliver 2-16 Plow IHC No. 3 Corn Picker J. D. "B" Tractor and Cultivator We have complete service for Allis-Chalmers, Oliver, New Idea, Massey-Harris and Firestone. "Firestone" Tires "Tractolube" OH BRADLEY BROS. Phone 714 Algona, Iowa MRS.RANEYRim HEtDATLUVERNE: RESIDENT 60 YRS. Funeral services for Mrs. Flora Raney, 76, were held Tuesday afternoon in the Methodist church With the Rev. Robert Phillips officiating. Mrs. Raney passed away Saturday, Oct. 27 at Waterloo. She is survived by two sons and one daughter, Lieutenant Forest Raney, who has been stationed overseas but is expected to arrive in the United States in a few days. Mrs. Richard Frei of Reinbeck and Art Raney of Waterloo. Mrs. 'Raney was a resident of ;his community for over 60 years. 3onrad Ristau Passes— Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at his home in Nora Springs and 2:30 in the Lutherartchurch in Mason City for Conrad Ristau, 65, who died Thursday at his home following a lingering illness. Burial was made in the LuVerne cemetery, Those from here who attended the funeral was his brother and sister- in-law Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ristau, Mr. and Mrs. William Tiede. Mrs. Max Meyer, Erhart and Ferd, Mrs. Orval Ramus, Fred Tiede and Mr. and Mm. John Tlede also Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neilson. Wed At Llvertnore— Miss Esther Blumer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blumer, and Donald Collins, son of Mrs. Kate Collins,of Livermore, were united In marriage Sunday afternoon, Oct. 28, at 2 o'clock in the Lutheran church in Livermore. Evangelical church. \ Rev. Paul Beckmah will have charge of the services. Mr, and Mrs. H. O. Chambers and Miss Clara Rector all of Cor- wlth were visitors SUfiday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Peter Thompson. Jerry Miller, 12 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller, underwent an operation for appendicitis in a hospital in Algona Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. William Cook and sort Loren of West Des Moines spent Sunday visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanselman. Mr. and Mrs. William Gbetsch and two daughters and Mrs. Anna Goetsch were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Kraft near Kanawha. Misses Helen and Grace Christensen, cadet nurses from Des Moines, were week erld guests at the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Christensen. Mrs. Ralph Adnrews Of Cedar Rapids was a week end guest at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Art Dimler. Mrs. Andrews is the former Vera Dimler. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pfelffer arc visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Art Dimler. Mr. Pfelffer recently received his honorable discharge from the army. Sgt. James Paulson arrived recently from Alabama to visit at the George Merkle home. Sgt. Paulson recently received his honorably discharge from the army. Mrs. Earl Lehman and son Billy, Walter and Harold Knew, all of Des Moines and Dolph Knew of Indianola were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 'Fred Merkle. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thompson iiion Ulanl-fld and he Is planning on entering college in Ames the first of the year. Walter Hinz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hinz recently received his honorable discharge from the army. Miss Florence Godfrey of Hum boldt spent Sunday visiting at the Home of her mother and her sister Rubye. Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Babler of Monticello, Wis., were week end guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubly. Norma Hanselman of Forest City spent the week end visiting at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs Charles Hanselman. Mr and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and family of Whittemore visited Sunday at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs. Max Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Barton were called to Durant Saturday by the serious illness of Mr. Barton's father William Barton. Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Hot of Des Moines spent the week end visiting at the home of his sister and brother, Florence and Alfred Hoi. The Presbyterian Ladies Association will meet Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Kubly with Mrs. Edwin Marty as- S1S Worship services will be held every evening this week in the of Eagle Grove were guests Sunday afternoon at the home of het mother Mrs. H. E. Peitzke, they also visited at the home of Mrs Peter Thompson. Mrs. Harold Meyer and her mother Mrs. C. O. McClellan wen to Yale, Iowa, Thursday to visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Powell and also to see the twins born recently to the Powells. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Williams,.anc son Jerry of Charles City visitec over the week end at the 'home o his parents Dr. and Mrs. T. L Williams, and also with her pa rents Mr. and Mrs. William Lar mier. Mr. and Mrs. William Ramu: Jr. and daughter Kay of De Moines spent the week end visit Ing at the home of his and he parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ramus and Mr. and Mrs. John Thorn. Doris Dehnert, member p£$th Marine Corps Women's Reserve left Monday for Camp Lejuene North Carolina, alter spending leave here with her mother Mrs Ed Dehnert and with her siste Donna. New Things Are Arriving Almost Daily Orders placed six months to a year ago are now arriving from our direct contacts with furniture factories. You can make this store your headquarters for everything you need for your home, confident that if it's being made, we will have it. - LIVING ROOM SUITES BJDSTROM JRNI lO ***•.'.-• ; $!F>KJfi?' •-•'•i'rir.'i.••;'*'•.••.' :*^Vi*«^^S'£l-liiU.^ : ¥I«^W^rWi4W4+aM«^^'-v®,£*^''^:?,vi?5v \ v^CAr't, •.•:•;*;;.:;•'. Alfred Lothringer and George Lothringer and son James of Davenport, Cecil .Rasling of Badger and Charles Wolf of Fort Dodge accompanied by Rev. Louis Wittenburg £pent Sunday afternoon hunting pheasants. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nygaard and family of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles vNygaard^and-jfamily* and Mr. and Mrs. Luther iNygaaVd-.of Wesley • were • Stjnday dinner guests at • the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Alexander. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Cummins of Mansfield, Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cummins and daughter Priscilla and Mrs. Nina Cummins all of Cedar Falls were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch. Mrs. H. R. Cummins is a sister of Mrs. Goetsch. Mrs. Kmilie Behnkendorf ' accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dodds of Algona to Des Moines Sunday where they spent the> day visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Hintz. They also, visited Lt. Elda Hintz who just recently returned home after spending nearly 4 years overseas as an army nurse. Monday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Knary were Marion Egert, Bill Goetz, Charles Kasnick, all of Geneso, 111., Edward M. Jacobson phone 229 of Eagle Grove and Mrs. Elizabeth 'Henderson of LuVerne. Mr. Goetz is a nephew of Mrs. Knary and they were here hunting pheasants, John Geishecker Of St. Joe To Wed A Hardy Young Girl St. Joe: Banns of marriage were published in St. Joseph's Catholic church for John Geischecker, son of Mrs. Anna Geischecker, and Beatrice Michaelson of Hardy. Rosena Thilges Is assisting -with the household duties at the Emil Thilges home near West Bend. Mrs. Julius Capesius and Martha/Thilges took the Sisters to West Bend Thursday afternoon to teachers' Institute. Mr. and Mrs, Matt Kirsch visited Monday with Sister M. Phyllis at Ashton. Sister Phyllis is teach- ipg the 5th and 6th grades there. Joseph Mejarus and Peter Gable of Chicago, III, arrived Thursday for a visit with frineds. .Ms,. Mejarus at one time worked in this vicinity.' ; Mrs, Henry Thilges ^nd sons Harold and.Henry JP» Mrs. Walter Bradley and daughter Mary,.Ann pf AJgQRa, ajjd Bister Mary Utopia went to D4jb.uaue Saturday to vish Sister Mary Alda. Sister Aids Is the daughter pt Mr. and ftfrs- Ijeiiry Thilges., dinriav diijnef guests at the TWJges tome were _ _ Mrs, keo. Tfajtees, Mr, ifrli Verioid Schaeffer of SHIRLEY FRANK, FENTON, A BRIDE, SUNDAY, OCT. 28 Fenton: Shirley Frank, daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank if Fenton, was married to Donald ;. Shaw, sdh of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shaw of Des Moines, Sunday, Oct. 28, at Fenton. The attendants vere Mr. and Mrs, Lyle Rogers of Des Moines. Mr. Shaw was with the 34th Division until his recent discharge rom the army. A wedding dinner was held at he Frank home. Those present ivere Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Frank, Barbara Frank of Eagle Grove, Phyllis Frank of Minneapolis, Mrs. toward Rabey of Hawarden, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Shaw of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Newel of Fenlon, and LaVonne of Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel and Dennis of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Shaw went to Denver, Colo., on their wedding :rip. College Students Home— Miss Jo Ann Finnestad, daughter of Norman .Finnestad, Miss Beverly Cody, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amer Cody and Vernon Finnestad, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Finnestad spent the week end at their, parental homes. All three attend Augustana college at !anton, South Dakota. Entertains At Dinner- Mrs. Philip Weisbrod entertained the following guests at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Kern, Mr. and Mrs. Derwood Kern and family -of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Weisbrod of Burt, and Mrs. John Boevers and Fred and Helen of Galena, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berklan'd were callers in Algona Friday. The Dorcas Sewing club met with Mrs. Edw. Weisbrod Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Weisbrod of Fort Dodge were visitors in Fenton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Ranney took Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ranney to Huron, S. D., Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Birchard and daughter Mary spent Sunday at the Frank Behne home. Mrs. Jess Halverson spent Saturday at the home 9f her parents the Jake Kellers of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Voigt and Miss Jo Lund spent Saturday in Algona at the Paul Dremmel home. Sgt. and Mrs. Carrol Wander and son Phillip II and Mrs. Phillip Wander spent Friday in Des Moines. Sunday dinner guests at the! Walter Widdel home were Mr. and from the army. Emtna, George and William Beck of Harvley, Minn., spent from Saturday to Mortday^ at the Carl Beck home. Mr. and Mrs. James Mathers and daughter Randa Leah of Carroll spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Paul Eigler home. Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Ranney and Barney Alderson recently returned from northern Minnesota where they spent a few days fishing. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers and Mrs. L. J. Weisbrod spent from Tuesday to Saturday at the Kern Elrick home at Bemidji, Minn. Lilas Boevers entertained Mrs. Joe Boevers, daughter Helen and son Fred of Galena, 111., and Mrs. Carrie Voigt at dinner Friday ev- Mr.' and Mrs. Arnold Haller of Charles City came Friday and visited until Monday with Mrs. Haller's parents Mr. and Mrs. Morris Mitchell. Mrs. John C. Boevers and daughter Helen and son Fred of Galena, 111., came'last Wednesday to visit relatives'at Fenton. They returned home Monday. A Hearing Aid Without Batteries? 1-IS 1 New Ultra-Midget Power-Pack A ^ developments In electronics offer new 'benefits to the hearing. The Malco Company Inc. which supplies 90% of the precision hearing test InstnaWtettts for the services, physicians, and airlines, announces a new, ed substitute for bulky, old-type batteries. Attend Special Demonstration Algona Hotel AlgOna, Iowa Tuesday, November 6 Hours 9 a. m. to 8 p mY If unable to attend demonstration, write for free booklet and ltt> formation. We have batteries for alt makes of hearing aldfl. Malco of Des Moines Paul Grout, Manager 630 Des Moines B(d£> Des Moines, tow* tyictlonl ToxR&iutUl Mrs. John Menz and Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFall. .Milton Geitzenauer visited at the Edw. Priebe home Friday evening. He was recently discharged • Give us your order now for a Lee hog, cattle, sheep, calf creep or poultry feeder, for fall or spring delivery, so we can plan our work ahead and give you a feeder when you want it. • We build all kinds of portable buildings, such as hog houses, brooder houses, granaries, hayracks, feed bunks, etc. We will be glad 'to show you our plans and work with you. F.S. NORTON & SON Algona Better Sow Feeding Means Better Litters Both before and after farrowing, brood BOWS need a special ration —high in minerals. Play safe this year. Add Ooco Mineral Compound to YOUR brood sows' rations. It supplies the minerals needed to build strong, healthy pigs—to keep sows in good condition. Thousands have found that Occo fed sows farrow bigger litters of healthier pigs. Let me show you how to prepare an economical sow ration with :•', for.-HOGS F, CABTWRIGHT g WO & I* IN BALLOON; OF STOMACH , a» Algpna mm that he «sed to feel W?e i s atte? every nieaL WQit full PlJSS SPd lor Rt>Sr . mm te p»e>c| He like g mw Qm , *s» COUNCIL OAK WIDE VARIETY LOW "CEILINQ PRICES FRUIT CAKE • Hermetically sealed in a moisture proof metal canister—its safe delivery is assured throughout the world. Complete with overseas cartbfi for easy mailing. • This tasty fruit cake made with imported rum and'brandy* is loaded witti fruit and nuts, 'blended with flavorful hdney and baked in a rich, light golden pound cake mix. Two-Found C1 flQ Cake, Only ...... V * «•« Council Oak Hot-Meat | DISH of the WEEK BRAISED BEEF With Vegetables g Ibs. bolllnir beef Flour Z tablespoons lard Z teaspoons salt Wj teaspoon pepper Cnt Beef Into Individual -"inures and n seasonings, onion 2 carrots f, green pepi desired) Z stalks celery , per * nnd % <="P SfXVt W/TH n-Fried Potatoes . 1 tablespoon flour stirre Serves 4 or 5. Into % cup water. nun* * net* »»*t*»».ww» BEEF to BOIL, BULK SAUERKRAUT PEB POUND | GEDNEY'S DILL PICKLES These tender, Juicy steaks will be cut to the desired thickness to meet with your preferred method of cooking. ROUHD 330 POITND S9c TO ........ w ~* r " SIRLOIN POUND 42c TO 32ft SHORT CUTS POUND 48o TO FOB Bulk SAVER KRAUT per pound. BINO. LIVERWURST 9«(j PEtt POUND fcwV MBHMiMBMMB Superb CORN RIB ROASTS 290 FICKLE AND PIMENTO MEAT LOAF 99t PEB POUND *•"**•: BIG AND BINO BOLOGNA - PEB POUND .... 32ft OLD FASHION MEAT LOAF PEB POUND .... 33ft] COTTO: SALAMI PEB POUND SUPERB HOMINY........... 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I LB, CELLO, BAG 120 YELLOW CORN MIAL 010 S POUND BAG ,,,,,.,.., W*»» , REGULAR OATS I JjB, PACKAGE .,.,,,,, 24H *rrp FRUITS and VEGETABLES SPITZENBERG APPLES Fancy and Extra Fancy, Sized and Wrapped, |CAMPBELL"S ' TOMATO SOUP 1 PEB CAN 9c COUGH DBOP8 BRYSTSUKKER 'EB PACKAGE .... EUPEBOB 4 A 1 j GRAPES, lb.. 1010 TEXAS SEEDLESS A . GRAPEFRUIT, lb. 00 VALENCIA ORANGES Nice Size, lb. ..Mjc EATMOU AAw CRANBERRIES lb .Z90 SNO'WUITE -ill^ CAULIFLOWER J 90 ACORN SQUASH FOUND 40 WAXED PARSNIPS 90 ECONOMY TOAST popup BAG 120 M* f iilii EX. STBONG COUGH DBOP8 HOREHOUND PEB PACKAGE SO. AM. YELLOW POP CORN POUND BAG 140 CAFE—LIGHTLY SALTED __ CRACKERS 970 8 IB. BOX *.».. »• FT ^ONEY-CREME H-OUNCE CUf ..••*' SUPEUB EVAP. MILK t TALL CANS ... 350 ATTENTION ALL HUNTERS!. Before placing H ^ Daclci and In the frying paqtjiey 'flnt be to BoUl), th* '/ft* mat trU! , Golden Brown VWW*! '•• ':' - ' .'- '*' PER BAG rt.UH HiltNl)

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