The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1945 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 8, 1945
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fc Handsome new models... exclusive MAYTAG features fc Important "Post-War" improvements... new efficiency, quality, tuggeclncss. See a demonstration now at Algona • Maytag Store Phone 399 Glenn Crilly H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Every load Insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and hauling. LuVeme Girl 1* A Brfde, Nev* 4th LuVefne: 'Miss Beatrice Wilson, daughter of Eenek Wilson, and William McCurry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard. McCurry of Renwick, were United in marriage at 2:00 p. m. Sunday, Nov. 4th, in the Baptist parsonage in Renwick. The Rev. Neal officiated 'at a double ring ceremony. They were attended by Miss Thelma Baumgartner and Darrell Moedlng. The bride wore <a brown suit with gold accessories and a corsage of roses and chrysanthemums. The bride's mai,d wore a grey pin stripe suit with black accessories and a corsage of roses and chrysanthemums. Mr. and Mrs. McCurry will make home with his parents. AN EXQUISITE TREASURE... For the only girl . . . the finer quality of one of our diamond rings and wedding bands. Let the flawless perfection of one of our rings be the symbol of your love for her. Lasby & Giossi Why Papers Don't Get Overseas ten* »t daily Ate going tnitt ptfie* salvage at utffiy overseas pdst* offices b«*aiis6 elthef swvtee'. ! then or relatives tfre faUta* to notify newspapers of changes in address. ' This Inforftiatloit was received from postal sources this week, If every receiver of a newspaper In the army (of ftayy) would advise the nevyspapef promptly of a change in address, undelivfirable papers would be few, the release stated. As the Tipper Des Moines has a good many service subscriptions, we ask your cooperation In seeing that we have the correct address Subscriptions cancelled because men leave the service Will be added to any county address, or delivered to the man in this area. Mrs. Donald Buffington and children called at the W. Ray Smith home Friday. BUDDY POPPY ••••i Trappers Prices Are Higher Than Last Season Put Those EXTRA DOLLARS In Your Own Pocket This Year By Selling AH Your Furs To Clagg Hide & Fur Co. Our Fair And Courteous Dealings Will Make You A Regular Customer —REMEMBER— The Best Place To Sell Your Furs Is The Clagg Hide & Fur Co. FORT DODGE, IOWA ••••••••••••••••••••••I 45tf ,Hh «i ^ faith who d>e On Sale Sat., Nov. 10 VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS OF U.S. &*ek: gdnv vsrfhQ has -Itt r resigfied ffedemly Id f&M Wei, hua» band, now bat ojf tM NfiVyV Mrs. H. O. Malg substitute In «tf absence, and Irma sahlofd, idfmer- ly of Center Junction* Idwa, has been secured to take Mf& Bahnson's place. : • ' Seek $25,000 Fdr West Bend Church Definite action has been taken by officers of the West Send Methodist church to start a cam- 'paign toward building a new church. It has been voted to raise funds, with a goal of $26,000.00. Where the building will be erected and of what material, has not been decided, although. it seemed to toe the consensus of opinion that brick would be used In its construction. The board thought that this would be a good time'to begin raising funds. When savings are made over a three-year period "for a news churdh building, the money will not be missed so much. And it is not so much a new church building, but the present quarters are crowded for room at times % ahd more seating room is needed. Lakota Aid Met Thursday, Nov. 1 "Lakota: ,-• Mrs. Francis Adams was hostess to the Presbyterian Mission Society at the church Thursday afternoon. Following the business meeting Mrs. Jerry Heetland had charge of devotions and Mrs. Buschman read an article on the Menanel school in Arizona; Mrs. C. A. Gutknecht read a chapter from the mission book Glowing Embers, missionary work in Africa. At Demo Banquet John Bormann of St. Joe- attended the state Democratic rally and dinner at Des Moines, lagt week end, as did Ida Larson, Swea City postmistress. Sent To California Lone Rock: Marjorie Pettit, specialist second class in the Navy, who recently reported back to Washington, D. C., is now awaiting orders for transfer to Point Loma, Calif. Double Egg An average size, normal egg, fully formed and with hardened egg of extra size by Miss Lois Pigman of Britt when she prepared shell, was found within another to 'bake a cake requiring separation of white from the yolks; She expected to find' a double-yolked egg, not uncommon, tout a fully- formed egg within an egg was, indeed a surprise. Determined to find out what was annoying his chickens, Ed Bedford, farmer residing near Orthel in Hancock county, at the next alarm, grabbed Ms trusty shotgun, and with one volley, killed_ two badgers on prowl in his chicken yard. Previously he had disposed of-several foxes on a similar errand. m LEONARD I OLDEST NAME IN REFRIGERATION ) LARGE MEAT CHEST I LARGER FREEZER COMPARTMENT I MORE SHELF SPACE THAN EVER BEFORE » EXTRA ICE CUBES READY ALL THE TIME I LARGE VEGETABLE CRISPER I ADJUSTABLE SHELVES THftEE MODELS FROM WHICH TO CHOOSE COME Iff FUCE you* ORDER NOW Bbde Clais Pky Resented NoV, 9th Bode: The junior class of Bade Igh will present a 3-act play, Antics of Andrew", Friday nlgfit t 8, o'clock In the school gym, ' The' play is directed by Dorothy Perkins, and cast of characters nclude the following: Stanley Townswlck,- Charles. 'hatcher, Wm. Olson, Alvln Roland, Dick Opheim, Virginia luff , Martha' Mitsven, Maxine lemmestad, Betty Shock, Jean Jergum, • , Lots Hastings. James Christiansen, Howard Abens and iVayne Opheim. u(> from !%««» FMd,; rtsttf fi ttitahj T6XA9, id* ft Visit Wltft'ltfS Aifonft teldtiVfeS Sftd « fe^ dd^s unUftg. last W«6K says tMt ttfe yiflt field « ;Jttst M •Active, as b^«i ore the fehdlfif of -the war, • . ; Capt. MoofB 14 httW IftstfUdtiflg •buhg f lying students itoifi. foi-elgn ounwles. Ther e are soime .200 stu* dents fh)m South Amffelca/ ftiAhy rom Brazil and Argentine, AM bout the same liiittibef of yotifig American flyers. Stanley w*s efi* the Mel Falkenhalher nd Gene Murtagh KpMfiS. He Is a lephew of J.' W. Sgt. Hanifan Due Soon Fenton: , Mrs. Forrest Hanifan eceived a - telegram Saturday, rom her husband,' Sgt. Forrest lanifan, that he (had arrived in he states and was at Seattle. He expects to be home soon. Mrs. Herbert Wallace called at ler parental home, the Ray Smiths, last week Thursday and he and her mother went to West Send. '' '* ' ' '''' ofl display at tfie AI g 6 ha H a' B Of Course You'll *>'••• • i# Want A ELECtfBlC »AME After 40 years In th<i electric appliance business Hotpolnt has the know- = ho ( w to make ranges to fit homo needs* The fact the electric range ivas a Hot- s po'lnt Idea—and the fact that more than one*4thlrd of ail electric ranges In use g~j today are HOTPOINTS—Indicates that Hotpolnt knotvs homeiriakers'wants and s> needs. • ' • • • . . . • .'•'." ' * •••..'.' .'. : . , . '.ss \ H See the first Sample Range at onr store. na ware in cUTlvunujK tka Ulant Gd/> WASHINGTON RED-DELICIOUS COMB. GRADE WRAPPED STANDARD BOX, APPROX. 43 Lbs. $5.09 Lbs. RUTABAGAS SWEET FLAVORED WAXED Lb. CABBAGE SOLID. GREEN 50-LB. BAG OR CRATE. 95c CARROTS FRESH. GREEK TOP SUNKIST—VALENCIA ORANGES 288 SIZE FRESH WASHED PARSNIPS CHIPPEWA POTATOES 10, 31c SPANISH ONIONS Large Sweef Lbs. FRESH TEXAS SEEDLESS 96 SIZE AND LARGER Meat & Produce Prices 4re Effective Tfcurt., Fr\. 6 Saf. Lbs. 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