The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 1, 1945 · Page 10
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!tj Lorenz, Weiley, Well Decorated, Is Home To Stay 600 and Mrs. Peter ScMufnacher high in bridge and Mfs. John Yotmgworth got the door prize. winning high and Mrs. Kelly low in 600' Mrs. J. S. Cullert won high in bridge; and Mrs. John Youngworth received the door prize. The Catholic meet wetifteMaJ'' aftefttdon 6f next week, . • -...; /.':.- . • ; ••••-, SHOWERS HONOR2 ATWHmUHORE Whlttemore: A miscellaneous .shower was held at the Presentation Academy Sunday afternoon Jti honor of Miss Marie Origer •With about 225 present. Miss Origer received many presents. Cards were the afternoon entertainment Mrs. Joseph Faber. Miss Redlng's Shower— A miscellaneous shower was held Thursday evening at Presentation Academy in honor of Miss Mary Jane Reding. Miss Reding received many presents. The evening was spent playing cards. Mrs. August Elbert won high in . Sorensen Specials . Tomato Sardines, 4 points 2 cans 31C Fancy Cookies lb. 32c Prunes, medium size lb. |7c Pumpkin, No. 2£ can can |7c Tomato Catsup 14 oz. bottle 21C Citrus Marmalade 2 lb. jar 23c Oranges, sweet and juicy small size 4 ^oz. 59c Oranges, 288 size 2 doz - 45c Frozen Red Pie Cherries lb. 39c Fruit Cake in fancy tin 2 lb. $1.89 Flor-glaze (no rubbing wax) qt. 79c Irish Cobblers, No. 1 grade, 100 lb $2.25 Cauliflower, Celery Cabbage, Beets, Carrots, Cabbage, Head Lettuce, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, Radishes, Green Peppers, Green Onions, Squash, Sweet Potatoes, Yams, Turnips, Grapes, Pears, Apples, Cranberries, Ground Cherries, Grapefruit. Fresh Fish and Oysters Pork Shoulder Roasts, 6 points. ..lb. 32c Pure Pork Sausage, no points lb. 35c Fresh Side Pork, 5 pts, by the piece, lb 28c Home Rendered Lard, 8 points lb |9c Beef Shoulder Roasts, 2 points lb 26c Prime Rib Roasts, 3 points lb 29c Veal Shoulder Roasts, 2 points lb 28c Summer Sausage, no points lb 33c We Pay 4c a pound for Waste Fat 4 points a pound Sorensen Grocery Co Deliveries Tuesday and Friday Phones 138—139 Thomas E. Brogart arrived ftl day, Oct. 26. His father is in the Pacific, and his mother is in the Kossuth hospital at Algona. Grandpa Brogan doesn't get time out for pheasant hunting as he is spending every available hour at the hospital walking the floor when little Thomas wakes Up, and the nurses let A. D. have him. Of course we have not heard from Stanley, although if we see one of those big B-29 circling over this vicinity we will know for sure that Stan came to see his new son. His mother, the former Mary Catherine Rooney, is doing well. Peter Schumacher attended a Legion convention at Fort Dodge last week. Rosella Voigt, Algona, spent the week end at the parental home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Betty Ann arrived at the McCreery hospital Monday to* gladden the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Kelso. The Rev. Paul Weinhold attended a conference held at West Bend from Tuesday until Wednesday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Duffy and two daughters, Churdan, visited with Martin Duffy Sr. over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bell received a telegram stating that their son Pfc. Bernard Bell arrived in New York, Friday, Oct. 26. Arthur Heidenwith was a business caller at Ernrnetsburg Monday afternoon for the L. W. Swanson furniture store. Sgt. Fred Fish arrived home from the Pacific and after his discharge from the army he will enter the University of Minnesota. • Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bahr, Amboy> 111., visited with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arends over the week end. The Bahrs were enroute to Washington. Mrs. Carl Ludwig, Algona, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. John Volk. Mrs. Volk has not been well of late and Mrs. Ludwig helped with the house work. Mrs. Bert Seely who has been a clerk at the H. R. Zumach resigned her position last week Saturday night and is helping her sister Mrs. William Ostwald. ' Mrs. Dora Laabs and daughter, Mrs. A. Lohse, Lone Rock, and Mrs. John Segebarth and daughter Lydia,, Algona, were Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fundinger and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Coffin, DeSota, Iowa, visited over the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vaudt and Mr. and Mrs. William Vaudt. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and daughter Elaine and son Allen Rae and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz attended the funeral of Conrd Ristau in Mason City Sunday afternoon, Howard Anderson, son of Chris Andersen, was discharged from the navy Thursday, Oct. f4, at Minneapolis. Mr. Anderson received a telegram that his youngest son Carl has landed in the States last week from overseas. Mr and Mrs. William Meyer Sr., and son Alvin, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and family, Mrs. Herman Behnke and daughter Marjorie were Sunday evening Wesley: Staff Sgt. Ed tor e1tl2 arrived home ffoftl -the" arim£ alf base at Santa Ana, Calif., with his discharge. He served 18 months in the European theater of operation And has the aif medal and aii oak leaf cluster. Also 6 battle stars on his ETO ribbon. He will assist his mother in the operation of the gas station. Mr. Lorenz died July 19. The three brothers; Staff Sgt. Paul Lorenz, Chief Petty Officer Joe Lorenz and PfC. Paul Lorenz met at Santa Ana Sunday, Oct. 21, the first time the boys had been together for 5 years. Joe was here for the father^ funeral and Paul arrived a week later, but before Joe left. Joe will stay at Santa Ana but Paul is now at Madison, Wis. C. D. A. Party Planned—The C. D. of A's. will entertain dinner guests with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lieb, Lotts Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Meyer were at Oelwean Tuesday until Thursday of last week at the bedside of Mrs. Meyer's brother Edwin Behnke, and Walter Vaudt stayed Friday and Saturday. Mr. Behnke passed away Sundy morning in a hospital at Oelwein. Margaret Rooney, who-is attending beauty college in Des Moines, and Geraldlne Rooney, cadet nurse, visited over the week end with their mother Mrs. John Waldron and also with their sister Mrs. Stanley Brogan and her new son at the Kossuth hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Heinrich and Fred Heinrich Sr., Addison, 111., are visiting at the home of the letter's son and family Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heinrich. Sunday visitors at the parental Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heinrich home were Mr. and Ms. Edgar Heinrich, Wilbert, Minn. fwo Melhwiist The Wide Awake SuMs? scheol «lass of the Mtethtfdut church en* tertained the young married couples Friday evening in the church parlors. Following aft ev* ening of games refreshments were served. The primary department of the Methodist Sunday school entertained the youngsters at a Hal- lowe'en party Saturday afternoon In the church. Games, were played and delicious refreshments Served. the- Letter Laf«a'ho Mf > find Mrs,' GedlgeX Ifertte:.«: fimmeisbutg wffe Sunday guisti at the KM., Oisbh honte. v .,, Mr& Ellzlfoeih" »aW IM son of Qttumwa were week end guests at the Geu Seabtifg h&ffie. Miss Ruth Sefiberg 6f Clark, S D., spent the week end here with GeOfge and Mririe Seabefg. , Laura Ann Miller and a Mend from Mason City speftt the week end at the former's parental Joe Miller home. \ Father Linus Eisehbaeher 0: Alvord spent several days las week at his parental Ign Elseii- baeheis home. IMPORTANT NOTICE Effective Nov. 1, 1945 IMPORTANT CHANGES FASTER TIME JEFFERSON LINES LEAVE ALGONA WEST TO SPENCER—8:50 P. M. EAST TO MASON CITY—10:20 A. M. BUS DEPOT ALGONA HOTEL TEL. 262 43-44 RUBBER •TlRltt MANtttliB LOADERS ' .' ' . ' • , • • ' ' ' ' • • CASE Hl'LIFf HORSE MOWER \WAGON BOXES, steel and IvoM HOG PEEDfittS, steel atid Wood WATER TANKS TANK HEATERS, coal, cob, oil WAGON TONGUES, Hounds and pole ends CHICKEN FEEDERS, WATERERS AND NESTS PASSENGER AND IMPLEMENT TIRES AND TUBES TRACTOR CHAINS— CRISS CROSS Large and medium size USED 1 RUBBER TIRED FARM GEAR 1 2-14 IN. JOHN DEERE PLOW Taylor Implement Co. Phone 257 AJgona, Iowa iiiniiniiiii ' BEN FRANKLIN STORE gJIIIIUUIIIIIHIIIIllllllllllll Esther L. Langmack and Elmer M. Langmack, Owners Girls' Dress Suspenders Fancy colored. Well made, with snaps. 59c Clothes Hangers Plastic, large. With dress and skirt attachment slots. 49c Sweaters Boys' Men's With zipper front. Wool and cotton. Sizes 34-36. Regular price $2.79. Now. $|79 Ladies' Belts Extra large sizes. Assorted colors. Blocks Large sack, assorted, colored wood blocks. 39c Sandwich Bags Waxed. IQc pkg. Picture Frames Plastic 8x10 5x7 3x4 98c Lamp Shades Large, pleated, glazed paper, with colored ribbon bow. For floor lafap. 39c Handkerchiefs Ladies. Floral design. Men's. White. Girls' Mittens Fancy novelty, assorted colors. 69c 79c Stainless Banded Bracelet plus tax With ypur name on for lOc extra. if »*»*'»» « Wo $|59 Clothes Pins Large plastic pins. Stronger than wood. 12 *« 25c Clothes Line Woven cotton. 100 ft. rolls. 79c Ladies' Panties Rayon, elastic waist band. Sizes small, medium, large. 89c Christmas Cards Boxed 21 >.r 59c Thermos Bottles Quart Pint 1/2 Pint These Foods Aie Now Back at Consumer's Super-Maiket BUY BY THE CASE AND SAVE Del Monte CORN Cream Style J. Case 24 P E A J No . 3 Sieve..... .......Case 24 PRUNES size 3o.40s 1 25 lb. box $«)• f 9 NASH CHASE & SANBORN HILLS BROS. FOLGERS CoffeeS29c PUMPKIN N °Lt19c CATSUP I4b r I5c HONEY *. $1.29 BREAD 3 Ioaves 29« Heinz Strained BABY FOODS 7c Green Giant PEAS 2 «.,39c Sunshine Graham CRACKERS ' Window Cleaner Aeromist Brand. 25c qt. Corsages Fall design, for your coat. 29c Men's Work Caps Tan, blue or striped. 29c 39c Dish Set Open stock pattern. 32 piece set for Stove Polish . Black. IUC bottle Brushes 29c Malted Milk Mixer Glass. With revolving blade. Metal Drum Bank Shop Here for the Largest Variety Beef ROAST lb . 25c Sirloin STEAK Ib 28c HAMBURGER 18c WIENERS ,„. 35C Ring BOLOGNA Sunkist Dozen ORANGES 39c Extra Fancy . DELICIOUS APPLES 4 , bs 59c CRANBERRIES lb 29c Emperor GRAPES 2>b, 25C U S. No. 1 Red River Cobblers POTATOES 100 Ib. bag S2.49 California CARROTS 2 bunches 15C GREEN PEPPERS lb .19c Sweet POTATOES 3 lb ,25e CABBAGE ,„ 3c U. S. No, 1 Russet POTATOES 10 ,,*39c Texas GRAPEFRUIT 6 for 39c A Few Foods Motts Sweet CIDER > g!ll .49c Campbell Veg. Beef •• : *-'*> SOUP 2«. r 29c BISQUICK •• • 290 19* 69c 33c 98c 15c 25c Baker's CHOCOLATE SORGHUM^ Del Monte Fruit COCKTAIL £ No. 10 PEACHES sy * Dole Pineapple JUICE "•;,* Heinz CATSUP * OXYDOL 25c DREFT 25c Large SUPE SUDS 25c DM ^ 25c VEi ; j25c Ivory Medium SOAP 3«*21« lb. 29c CHEESE 2 i b . box 65c mi COLD MEATS Swansdown CAKE FLOUR 25c WHEATIES 10c Ptf10c Post TQASTIES L25C Downyflake Donuts pit iHR A • mkmJfmimi^ We have a goo4 supply of JONATHANS and or bo^f s el . DEUCIOU3 EOM1 BEAUTIES ii ftj •••f/^n^^ :ii Clinton PUDMNGS4

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