The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 8, 1945 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 8, 1945
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Wo nre ready now to take orders for General Electric Refrigerators Come in and sec them nt the Kossuth County Implement Store John Deere General Electric South of the Court House, Algona FARM WIRING Phone 850 APPLIANCES VETERANS-FOREIGN-WARS ARMISTICE SMOKER ATV.F.W.HALL - - ALGONA All service and ex-service men invited Get your Guest Cards at Hall Monday, Nov. 12th GAMES LUNCH AND FUN Stationery The Largest Assortment We Have Ever Carried This year we have stocked more kinds of stationery than any time previous. But we advise you to make your selection early. If you want the stationery printed make arrangements this month. We will not be able to handle it next month. PRICE RANGE 75c to $5.00 a box Unprinted The Algona Upper Des Moines Check These Hardware Items Oil Burning Tank Heaters Coal and Wood Tank Heaters Round or Oblong Steel Stock Tanks 80 Gal, Hog Fountains i in, and | in. Electric Drills Electric Soldering Irons « Kohlhaas Hardware BODE 74 YEARS DIES Bode: Born In Norway on Oct. 4, 1866, Ludwig Benhard Gange- tad was the youngest child of jars J. and Maline Gangestad, nd at the age of 5 his family ame to America and settled in ie vicinity of Bode. In 1874 the family moved to the te that has been the home of the eceased for 71 years. Several ears after the Gangestad home sas established the railroad came irough and the town of Bode bean to form. March 26, 1893 he was united i marriage to Anna M. Helman. o this union three children were orn: Viola, Mrs. T. T. Thompson; Raymond who died in infancy, nd Leon who is operating the ome farm. Funeral services were Friday fternoon in the Bode Lutheran hurch. Burial took place in the ode cemetery. tcith Nasby Home— Keith Nasby after receiving his onorable discharge from a Cali- ornia camp in company with his vife and young son arrived home rom the west coast Monday af- Ved 64 Years— Nov. 6 was the 64th wedding nniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John 'ederson. While no special ob- ervance of the day was planned, ir many relatives and friends did not let the day slip toy 'u ioticed, for many called to extend nniversary congratulations. Mr .and Mrs. J. W. Hardsatle vent to Hanlontown, their former ome, where they spent the week nd. Pfc. Keith Opheim has returned rom Jefferson Barracks, Mo., vhere he received his honorable ischarge. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hanson ere in Algona Friday where they isitecl at the 'home of her mother /Irs. Otto Knudson. Mrs. Judith Hoover and daugh- er Nancy have returned from Des /loines where Nancy had been a nedical patient in the children's ospital there. Garmon Sorlein, son of Mr. and itrs. M. A. Sorlein, has arrived ome after 2 years of service in ne army air corps. He received is honorable discharge at Rosvell, New Mexico. Pfc. Robert E. Nelson, son of Jlr. and Mrs. Harry Nelson, ar- ived home Saturday evening rom Fort Ord, Calif., where he e-enlisted in the regular army. He will be home on furlough until Dec. 1. LeRoy Selvig, EM2-C, and Mrs. ielvig have arrived from Fort .auderdale, Fla., where he has )een serving since his release rom overseas hospitals, where he lad been for many months as a result of injuries from burns, revived at sea from an explosion on his ship. LAKOTA GARAGE REOPENED NOV. 1 Lakota: Helmer Hanson took over his garage and repair shop November 1 and is ready for Business. The Hansons rented the shop during the war and wenl nto defense work on the west coast. Their daughter Shirley recently returned to the west where she is doing secretarial work. At Kin's Funeral— The Helmer Hansons receivec word Saturday of the death of Kilmer's cousin Arnold Thompson -it Minneapolis, and Mr. and Mrs Hanson attended the funeral Tuesday. luane Meyers Better— The August Klockes drove to .he Hospital at Fairmont, Minn. Saturday to visit Duane Meyers who was injured recently in a car iccident and report him getting along well. Down From Canada— Edward Gutknecht arrived Friday night from Canada where he. las been farming in Sask. and will spend the winter with the' home folks. Ed reports crops as ;ood as usual there this year and ;aid the weather was getting rath- :r cold up there. guests at the Johnsons honoring the newlyiJveds and they received some very nice gifts. Mrs. Patten was formerly Lola Johnsoh. ra. R. if. MeKinney> Afnefy, s., visited her aunts MeadameS J. H. Warburton and F. O. f orrlne and their families several days last week and Saturday Mr. Me* Kinney 'and daughter Mrs. Weft- dell 'Johnson and little son Will* am came for an over night visit and Mrs. McKinney accompanied ihem home. Service Men Are Chests At Wesley Wesley: Four ex-service men and one service man were honored at a party at the Congregational church Friday night. The clis- charged men were Julius Funnemark, Maynard Swanson, Ivan Johnson and Philip Carlson, also Sgt. Louis Simpson, home on furlough. A program was presented and the boys told of their outstanding remembrances of their service career. Lunch was served. New Agent At Sexton Sexton: Dale Simon has return ed as Milwaukee Ry. agent here after having another station for a time. Mrs. Homer Young of Algona has been acting as agent. W&fe 61 Mr, and MrS. fontt <3bX 6f eSteJ Stotf* m f6rmfe!f ftfelflg a feheWoi out local r&jideftte. Mf. flrtd MrS. J*. M. Cost t&6W* ed a very pleasant surprise last Wednesday evening wheti their gfafidson Paul Miller, Sl-c, called them long distance from a c'flriip In North Carolina. Paul Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller of BuM. Dinner guests on 'Oct. 30 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dlts- were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harness of Walworth, Wls., Mr, and Mrs. R, A. Ward of Saguache, Colo., Mrs. Jessie Turner of Madison, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Olen Black and baby of Burt and Mr. and Mrs. Marry Feltor. LINOLEUM LACQUER rPrlce 95c per quart' IRVINGTON NEWS Mr. and- Mrs. Fred Shipley are leaving this week for Denver, Colo., where they will make their home. Miss Faye Krause of Kirksville, Mo., is spending a two weeks vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krause. Mr. and Mrs. John Cox of Aurora, Nebr., were guests last Transparent and glossy Dries in 30 mihiiiefe Master Mix Laquer protects - Easy-lo-clean finish PHONE 763 R«0, 8.94 siiowi;it c i RTAIX and Matching WINDOW ItllAPKS 7^89 *f Bparkling gljft idea—thl« handsome <mr- tain and drape set* 80 eftsy to clean — Just a 'going-oyer with a damp cloth 1* all that's needed, 80 easy to look at —crisp rayon taffeta In lovely colors 1 with a smart nautical pattern, A gift 6f real aualltjrl Sac Our Many OffciH- Beautiful Joy* aria* Gifts BUY ON OUR CONVENIENT LAY-A WAY Ft AN HUXTABL€ Tircstone You'll Always Find The Most Complete Stocks Mrs. John Dorenbush came home from the hospital at Blue Earth, Minn., Saturday evening. Einer Hanson has been discharged from service and came home last week. He was in the navy. Glen Klocke came home from Waverly for a week end visit with his parents Mr. and Mrs. August Klocke. Betty Alt, a former pupil of Lena Gutknecht, who teaches at Mason City accompanied her home for a week end visit at the August Gutknechts. Mrs. Henrietta Aldreks accompanied Mrs. Hilmer Hanson to Algona Sunday afternoon and will visit her daughter Mrs. Alvin Huenbold for a week or more. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Winkle and son >and Mr. and Mrs. Velere Dundee and daughter Kay of Waukon Iowa, were week end visitors with the Rev. and Mrs. E. H. Buschman. Donald Daniels who is stationed at Corpus Christi, Texas, is enjoying a 15 day furlough with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Claus Daniels near Burt. They lived near Lakota for several years. Velda Estle, who is taking cade nurses training in Minneapolis, spent the week end visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Estle and Sunday evening she and Harlan Logeman were visitors at the Emory Smiths. Mr. and Mrs. W. E..Ley and their guests from California, H. Pert Ley, Mrs. Tom Waud and Mrs. William Ache, drove to Cedar Falls Thursday for a visit with relatives and friends, returning Friday evening. The Ley family were residents of Cedar Falls for many years. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Patten, Brooklyn, Iowa, were week end visitors with Mrs. Patten's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Johnson. Sunday the immediate family were at the LOWEST PRICES .,.^- ,^r. .„>•**• .wA--^ .;i^~^" »,&*"' .&<' 7 OXYDOL DREFT 25c 25c MARVENE 496 Ivory Medium SOAP 7c Lava Large SOAP IQC B^y Lots W Case FRESH FIG BARS 2 PEACHES No. 10 Near Gallon In syrup 98c FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 2% can PEACHES Halves or Slices No. 2Vz can / atvA Save 24 catvs 24 Sieve COOKIES,,, 29c National Shredded WHEAT 10e lie •Kellogg's Rice KRISPIES Dixianna PANCAKE FLOUR 3 lb. bag 196 Buckwheat PANCAKE FLOUR 3 1 PEARS In Syrup No. 2% can / Green Giant" No. 2 cans 39c CORN Butter 'Kernel cans 25c 19c cans 4/j ic e ^f\ fi od d oz /o, 'av e ^ _t;o. «v ^e« T&*+ iO»^ \ia6 ^&W$* PUMPKIN No. -2% 'can 19c KRAFT DINNER 3 for. Betty Crocker SOUP MIX for 25c HONEY % gallon 98c BEEF ROAST lb .25cl MILK SIRLOIN STEAK ,„. 29c HAMBURGER ,„ 21C SKINLESS WIENERS ,„. 35c RING BOLOGNA „ 29c Carnation cans 29c POSTTOASTJES 3 for 25c WHEATIES PORK BRAINS lb 1?C Dole PINEAPPLE JUICE Real Gold ORANGE JUICE APPLES Extra Fancy DELICIOUS Sized and wrapped Pe* bo* California ORANGES 2 do*, wC HEAD LETTUCE POTATOES FRESH mUHS ^VEGETABLES Russet SWPBT POTATOES A ftJJ^ OB YAMS ll I** 'plf V ASSORTED COLD MEATS * ,„, 141 C _ BAKERS COCOA No, 2 can 46 oz. can 46 oz. can 8 oz, 15c 55c TOM SOUP 25c P.ALBERT 100 Texas Seedless . GRAPEFRUIT Down 3«C

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