The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1945 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 8, 1945
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' i .%>•• V ^m. taes, Aigona, towa. N6V<Mnlbsg Low HOME * . . for returning service men and women to buy, build, or modernize, FULL DETAILS GIVEN. NO OBLIGATION ON YOUR PART. Algona Federal Savings & Loan PHONE 55 NOW ON DISPLAY TOE NEW 1946 GENUINE FRIGID AIRE THIS MODEL, SEVEN CUBIC FEET, SELLS AT A DELIVERED PRICE OF $16175 The'New 1946 Frigidaire is a beauty and we invite, you to drop in and see it. It's sold, of course, but we're keeping it on display until the next one arrives, —and that shouldn't be so very long now. Restrictions on the sale of refrigerators have been lifted to the public, and you will be able to get Frigid- aires from us just as fast as we get them from the manufacturer. These new Frigidaires have everything! All of ,the prewar fejtures.and, quality..deyeloned by Frigid^ 'aiire. For instance, the permanently sealed-iri-steef - rotary Meter-Miser, Lifetime Porcelain finish, Quick- cube ice tray and many other exclusive features. . YOU'LL FIND IT ALL YOU WANTED IT TO BE! We also have the Frigidaire electric stove on display and invite you to come in and see it. Algona Maytag Store PHONE 399 GLENN CRILLY V A 2LUVERNEVETS, WEGNER, RISTAU, RETURNFROMWAR LuVerne: (Norman /Wegner arrived home Saturday from Camp Polk, La., where he received his honorable discharge from the army. Norman is the son of Mr. Richard Wegner and ppent 37 months in the service having spent 17 imonths of this overseas. He was a member of the 91st infantry Division, and was awarded the combat Infantry badge. Nor^ man received his discharge October 30th at Camp Polk. Bruno Ristau arrived home Sunday from southwest Pacific to spend a furlough at. the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. William Ristau. Bruno has served overseas 43 months in 'the coast artillery. STAMPS < \\ ,. /' JOHN REEffe PMPW SP. _ I'j, i--WjfcW Wf JftPfc v M|[TW ^^B^PwSflP flw * %• T C\ fCWJIWL" 9 North, 00d$e St, Pcitzke Reunion- Mrs. H. E; Peitzke accompanied Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Thompson of Eagle Grove and Mr. and Mrs. George Deitzel of Spencer >to Mason City Sunday where they attended a Peitzke family reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stone. Honored guests were the twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Stone. They recently received their honorable discharge from the army. Evangelical Meeting— '< The W. H.. M. S. of the Evangelical church met Thursday afternoon at the country home of Mrs. E. C. Marty with Miss Emma Marty as assistant hostess. The devotions were led by Mrs. William Wiote and Rev. Paul Beckman •had charge of the lesson. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. 3. 3. Club Hostesses— The members of the J. J. Club entertained their hUsbnnda .at a party Friday • evening in the city hall. The evening was spent playing 500. High prize went to Mrs. Ed Dehnert and Cecil Baker,- low went to Mrs. Joe Elbert. Those on the entertainment committee for the evening were Mrs. Cecil Baker, Mrs. Oarl Goetsch, Mrs. J. A. Hjelle, Mrs. Ed Dehnert, Mrs. C. W. Cote, Mrs. M. J. Cody, Mrs. Joe Elbert and Mrs. William Goetsch. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. 'Mr. and Mrs. George Legge of Garner were visitors Sunday at the home of Jennie and Lottie Mason. Phyllis Lichty of Mason City spent the week end at' the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lichty. Dorothy Wicklow of Stanhope spent the 'week end visiting at the home of Rev. and Mrs. Louis Wittenburg. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lichty who recently arrived here from Idaho have moved into the Lichty apartments. Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmerman of Renwick were Sunday-dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heftii Mrs. Carl Hanselnran was taken to the hospital in Fort Dodge Thursday where she will receive medical' treatment. • Mr 1 * 'and Mrs.' Paul Phillips spent the week end in Des Moines. They also visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Tiede. Mr. and Mrs. Ehner Emery of Fort Dodge visited Sunday at the home of Mrs. Helen Stripling, and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Godfrey and son Robert of Mason City were visitors Sunday at the home of his mother MTS. Olla Godfrey. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Keil of Waterloo were week end guests at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Archie Sanford. Mrs. Keil is .the former Kathleen Sanford. James Trauger of the navy is spending a leave with his wife and his parents Mr. and' Mrs. Guy Trauger. James will leave Saturday for .Long Beach where he is stationed. x Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sweet anc daughter left recently for their home in Columbus,\ Ohio, after spending several days at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Bigings. . Mr. and Mrs. DeRay Lichty and daughter of Mason City were guests Sunday at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lichty. DeRay just received his honorable discharge from the navy. Mr. and Mrs. James Paulson went to Minneapolis where they will visit at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs..S. H. Paulson. Mr. Paulson recently received his honorable discharge from the army. Mr. and Mrs. Infin McGpwen recently purchased a store in Ellsworth and they moved there Wednesday. Mr, McGowen has just received his honorable discharge from the navy. Mrs. McGowen is the former Genevieve Sanford, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Beigger, Mr. and- Mrs. Elmer Hunt and Mr, and Mrs. Edwin Markman'were supoer guests Sunday evening at the home of M.F. and Mrs, Lawrence McDuwnontt in Goldnela, Mrs, McDurmontt is a daughter of Mr, and Mrs, Beigger. Mr, trod. Mrs, 'Paul KoUasch came home Friday a|tep Mrs. Kol- laseh bad driven to Camp McCoy to meet her husband following his discharge, from service. Family In Fettton Area Over Week End Fefiton: Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weisfarod were Sunday evening dinner guests at the Alfred Mayers home,' Dinner guests at the home of Lloyd 'Flnnestads Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Thacker and Rand of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Kalmar Randa and ,family of Ringsted, Mr. 'and Mrs. Ole Randa and Perry of Depew and Mr. and Mrs. John Finriestad and Mary Lou. The dinner was in honor of the Finnestad's daughter Glennis, as it was her seventh birthday. Sunday dinner, guests at the John Menz home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Menz and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Menz and Lynn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank McFail and Janet and Mrs. Wendell Rusch. The dinner was in honor of John Menz, his grandson Roger Men/ and Mrs. Frank MoFall, who were celebrating their birthdays. View I. S. T. C. Grid Game- Mrs. Forrest Hanifan, Eunice Johnson, Kenneth Johnson and Vincent Votteler drove to Cedar Falls, Saturday to attend the Iowa State Teachers and South Dakota State football game. They returned Sunday and were accompanied by Josephine Lund, LaVonne Newel and Dorothy Lee of Hartley. Miss Lund, Miss Lee, Miss Newel and Mrs. Hanifan are alumni of Iowa State Teachers college. Mrs.'Wolfgram Injured— Word was received in Fenton that Mrs. Albert Wolfgram of Fairmont fell down stairs and was seriously injured. Bowel Clewwing Power •, of Sys'Tone Medicine One man recently took TOIffil three days and said after, ward #»at hj never woirt4 j»«V« bejieyied his. bo4y contained sq sufcstsnce. US - ^ tern, were JKJ that h^ gpnstant ^ame *Q J an enjl, several pn , Jn bta knee du* ™.^_,™ r present pg if an al* togfitker,, inan, feeling fine in' every way. ; ' ' j i '«wtoi • n ' cleanse > Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voigt of Minnesota are visiting Fenton relatives. Hadley Bailey ipent Sunday with his sister Mrs. A. Whitlow and family of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lindsey spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Emma Umstead of Fairmont. Mrs. E. K. Johnson and Barbara Jane Hanifan spent Saturday in Algona with Mrs. Kate Wegener. WANTED! Cook Helper and Waitress Cook's Cafe •M-i- Sale Beta Sigma Phi Sorority ALLEN MOTOR CO. Saturday, Nov. 10th 9 a. m. .Infants', Childrens', Working Girls' Clothes, Men's clothing, Shoes, Some Furniture, Odds and Ends, (one pair men's khaki pants crossed the Atlantic 14 times). BARGAINS! BARGAINS- YOtflftYJHWE I Mr. and Mtt. John Of amenz entertained Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tietz and Raymond Graniettz at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Watson entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fude and family of Graettlnger Sunday. John Gramehz went to Mason City Saturday to meet his son Raymond who has been overseas for nearly 3 years. x Miss Joan Meyers who attends Buena Vista college spent the week end at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schwartz of Ames and Betty Jean Schwartz of Fort Dodge spent the week end at the parental J. A. Schwartz home Mrs. George Jenlz, Mrs. Art Mueller and Mrs. Ella Hanna spent Sunday with their mother Mrs. Albert Wolfgram of Fairmont. Miss Josephine Lund left Fri- day to sp«fnd the week end at the home of her parents at Cedar Falls and also to attend homecoming at Iowa State Teachers college. Gil Home Comfort tkflf Laid • Houietim* with «n EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phon* ut today CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phone 275 ALGONA, IOWA Towiisend Flash By Mrs. A. At. Anderson Washington—The big 1945 legislative campaign to win a discharge petition victory by Christmas got under way here when the Townsend National Council and state and regional directors met in joint session. * * + Prosperity is money passing hand to hand. The Townsend Plan assures this by keeping 3% of all gross incomes in circulation at all limes. * * * , Algona — Townsend members have been working diligently on Townsend petitions the past two months with a net of 1000 signatures already garnered. This is in conjunction with clubs all over the nation.—Adv. BAZAAR CHICKEN DINNER AT BURT METHODIC WEDNESDAY NOV. 14 Serving Begins at 5:30 65c and 40c V* ; Read the Want Ads—It Pays KfCAPt*et> AND KEPAIRfD WITH MODERN EQUIPMENT IN 0UK OWN PLANT! ONE DAY SEUVICE! TIRES LOANED MILK CARNATION : Iargecan 9o SUNSWEET PRUNES.. 2 ,„. pkg . 35c 16c 35c! ..21 oz. can ..No. ZVz tin, each Van Camp PORK AND BEANS CHOICE BARTLETT PEARS Good Value I £ A t» Jil Ei u jfo. 2% tin 7 eac h fc* V DILL PICKLES ,„„, jar 25 C GRAPEFRUIT JUICE No . 5I ^ : ,* 29c DREFT, large "pkg. 25c CAMAY SOAP ,...:„ .. ..._... 3*..20 Dark Syrup % gallon glass jar White Syrup 39c No. 5 glass jar FRESH FIG BARS ; i__ lb FANCY CHOCOLATE COOKIES „ ,„. 31 c TEXAS SEEDLESS LARGE 80 SIZE SERVE YOURSELF & SAVE Crisco 3 jar 69C Heinz Baby Food 15c v cans Folger's ORANGES GoodSize _ FANCY SWEET POTATOES FANCY APPLES Extra Fancy ROMAN BEAUTY APPLES : ..., ,,, ,55.49 NO. 1 RUSSET PpTATOES ' 10 ,„. bag 59c £, dozen WWV 3 U.S. 25c 2 ibs. 29c GRADE A 2 ibs. 59c VOLUME BUYING* LOWER PRICES Omar Flour 50 lh print bag 2Pts. Lb. 23 c! 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