The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1945 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1945 Aid Classes Begin On Monday The Rossuih. County first aid . ehaifmnh.JVirs. Ray Anderson,. Jins, . o tfint a fyew first aid '.-: V-•,,,•••,: • < •• :•-•.,• •-•...-• • ,'class tyl!! begin Mphday, Nov. Id, •at 7:30 p. m. at the Kossuth County Reft-Cross-of flee above the S & L Sfore. Earrsprflgtie will be the -Instructor. ,*,.'; : • First;Aid Mijtional headquarters las-Jpled that evefyo,tte "-«""•«•> ,fy. aihd take this cpurse a^^^.^k^ffLJ^.^^j.^i; of the increasing ttumbeF of ac dehte. fhe .first Aid dertlflcateS or old members are good for 8 years, and, in order id -tghevf, nitt$t take this IS-lipuY course. A n£w revised bpbR iVlth very gpc-d ijiustfaUpns will be used for this course. Hf(ndstim£ ^ t a p Robes •>.' |llil||S;^p?!^pf:i|:!BS of tVfiftrt '.Fletitty jiriisJifid ttflj-ttfi rtt 8,05, OHidi* ivrnjw. jn qiilUpil inrtlcflnl^ — Finn nnO House Coats now on i lie first ' , Sixes io 4!h f'ricfis frotii 2.98 22.50 Robed : 'Worth treating yourself to. ftobes that merit Christrnfts giving. .ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES, ALGONA, IOWA Home On Leave From Pacific Duty LUVERNE CAGERS IN OPENER 55-23 ,A 'game, fighting, but inexperienced basketball loam from St. Cecelia's Academy opened i|£ 1945-46 season at LuVernc, Tuesday night, and went, down before a veteran aggregation, 55 to 23. ,Thc Acndemy five, built around Gordon Winkel, showed signs of promise. Winter led the Academy scoring with nine points. Henderson, LuVernc star forward, tallied 22 points for the winners. ^ " in a preliminary game, tHe''Lu- Verne reserves also won, 34 to 13.' ; Box score: Stl Cecelia's FO FT PF Winkel 3 1 3 Erpeldins n 0 1 Weydert 2 n 3 Winter, Bob 4 1 1 Winter, Dick 0 0 0 Beiser 1 1 f) t-toltzbauer 0 0 0 Walker ..., .".' n 0 n Bode 0 0 0 LuVcrtte 10 3 0 FO Ft PF Henderson ................... 10 2 1 Sorensen ...................... 1 0 3 McClellan .................... 5 1 1 Noeding ............... : ..... :.. 0 2 2 Miller, L. .... ................ n 0 2 •Brayton; II ................. 20/1 •Me.Ve.rs' ..... '...„ .............. 1 0 . '0 .Phillips ..... ................... 0 ' •'(] i • • 0 •.Miller , ....................... .. 0 . J) . ^ 0 PAtifi Norman Lee, Y3-c, brother of Mrs. Ralph Carney of Portland twp., arrived home Sunday night on a 35 day leave from the Navy, after 19 months continuous sea duly. He !.• staying at the home of Mrs. Clara Pratt while here. He has been serving on the USS Randolph, one of the newest and largest carriers of the fleet. The ship returned to the states after far Pacific duty, including a tnp •to Tokyo bay. Norman has been in the Navy three years and has six battle stars. •"..'" 25 5 ••• 10 .' Next St; Cecelia's gamfe'-WWlth •Whiltemorc, Nov. 27, there. L ~ S'pi Donates Books In' r .Memory Of Sister ^' Burl: Miss Floy Whitney,'^Stamford, Conn., recently gave $25 ; in -memory of her Sister, the late Miss Eva Whitney, to buy books for the primary room at the Burt school. Miss Whitney taught'this class for many years. Her sister 'al*> donated $10 for books in the public library. apKM With North Iow's Largest Tby Every ; Mammoth . Animals Bears • Pandas Rabbits Elephants ... Does • •, . ; Kittens -A - Airplanes - Atojwbet p Autos, woM Aviator v;;. ;' •'< \ -.V , Bow & Arrows • • '• ''•* \ •''> Bowling Alleys • Bean Bag Game • ... Beds /i Bassinettes '••' '.Books for. Tiny Tots ,'Books for Boys Books for Girls '•'}•. Boats ^Blocks ,'•' Cooking Sets • Chairs . Cradles Cedar Chests Checkers Chess men . Counting Frames ' V • -' P . 'Drums .Desks & Chairs Bfjlls . ' ;; r Doll Houses Doll Furniture • Dishes • : .' , . ••P. ','•'• :"'•'. &' Furniture . ': >. :.-•• •,•«-••• v-;--.-: Games, 35e • to : ?1.00 ; . GlUlS •'• • .'.';'.;•''' '' : \\ ' • ']«.:.'•..••:';':••';'' '^' : v; :'»'/'-'• High Chairs :v v x ;> • -.\..i ••<•:•". •.'•'••';•'•.:;" Ironing. Boards ' . , .' ':? Kv'- •'•''; •i'X--'-.' -''" Knife and^ Fork Sets , Kltchpn Cablnftts u , . '•*ii:* : .''S$' i -yu Lincoln togs : /- '•!« ".••'• '.'•••: Monopoly . Modeling Clay.. Marbles • ;. ± -. : ' ' Pianos > Ihill'.Toys'- FistoAsj qpa Pujzlef-w' .-• PistoJ jp4 "'•' -'^R--' ; ' Rockrt . I Fable and Chairs 1 Burning Set« , '£'».& im ^Sffi^lliSSli*-: mm WESLEYAN, 78, IS NOW HAPPY MAN • Wesley: Frank Wolf, who will be 70, Dec. 2, was indeed a happy man last week. Two of his four sons who have been serving in World War II, arrived home with discharges. The other two are already out. Leander Wolf, WT 1-c in,the Navy, had served 46 months,' and most recently was on the USS Patterson. Harold Wolf spent two years in the European theatre. They are the most recent dis- •chargees. Pvt. Otto Wolf, who was in the army eight months, and T-4 Louie Wolf, who "served 43 months in India and other places in the .far east, were both discharged some limn ago. '•-'• • Mr. Wolf and his wife, who died Nov. 4, 1932, also had two sons in the first,->WoJld War. They were Cornelius, who died during, the flu epidemic'in a Brooklyn hospital in the fall «bf 1918, and Julius, who now. lives in Minnesota. . A family gathering was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Clare Wingert, the former. Hertula Wolf, with two other daughters also present, Mrs. Urban .Hqmmerdlng- :er and Mrs. Will'Maver. Another son, Henry Wql£ died at C.orwith a few years ago. His wife and family still live there. Seven More Algona Men Are Released : Five Navy discharges, and two from the army, were reported in press releases from the services, this week. ' Released from the Navy at Minneapolis, recently, were John D. Fraser, Merle G. Webster, Richard F. Arend and DeWayne F. Fisher. Several of these men are already home. • Gayle W. Johnson; who has been -aBoard the USS Takanis Bay, Navy carrier, left Pearl Harbor .Qpt. 31, and, arrived .in Seattle, Nov. 67 He was reported as on his^ way to" a'""separation, center. i •.«*v..i_ j«.'*...i^_i_.. : g g t_ . Ralph ".arid;, Mrs. Sale FARMERS: We have a few tons of 0-20*0 fertilizer left. Swift & Co. -10-47 ?cRarg"eW^ ;r .SQrt ! Douglas, , Utah; jWlilliarrt H.> Taylor,- army aviation cadet; fyas'fUso recently dischargr Discharged By Navy iRlchard ;Are'ij&, oldest son of Mr.- and -Mrs.' Peter Arend df Algona, arrived home Nov. 4 .after receiving his discharge from the navy at Minneapolis.. Richard was a Water Tender, first class, and had served his country four years. He 'received his boot training 'at Great Lakes, 111., and was then sent to. Pearl .Harbor where he was stationed for six • months. Richard ^as then sent to the At•lantic: wftere he was on a communications command ship and entered into, all th> European invasions. Transferred back to the Pacific agairii he 1 took' part in the Okihawfe-u'nvasi'on and was stationed,;:in:: Jap^niat the signing of .. jhe ? .5Si 1 eridjji'..'-haye ^pother spn r Duane, ,M)jbm?they expect".' home the lattetvlpart' o f this month' or the ffrsf port of December. Duane has 'beeV 'with'- the 3rd Army through &11 the campaigns in Europe; ;He is a corporal; and in the Antiaircraft division. Ed Hoppe, Burt, §lpwly Ed' H<ippe, Burt, who suffered 'a broken J>ack April Jj, and h«s been' in fag' at his home all but a month slnQfi:then, hopes to be able to be w and around by Jan. 1, He says he tefwllng «m»,bu.t waiting for th.e-diy.:th«t his cagt can be removed, Jto also expresses appreciation f<W tj»e many kindnesses of f rjffldf '^jnd Fentpn |^d Cross Fenton: Section pf Pfficers of the Fentan^^neh of the Red Crpssi wiUiteke. place T\ies,da,y evr »t.» p- ,m< AM % aye; Invited to. a^ tend, ;; :g::;:\;:, ':••••• ••••..•••-. FOR SALE: Purebred Duroc Jersey boars, '/ 2 mile south and 4'/a west of Titonka. Paul Krueg- cr. 48-47* FOR SALE: Corn crib and 8x10 brooder house, lawn mower, small water softener, miscellaneous household items. Chas. Fouliy, 00 rods north Milwaukee Depot. ^tfl'' FOR SALE: New stake body for ton or % pick-up. Kirk Auto Co. 4fi FOR SALE: Kingsbury Cable piano, excellent condition. C. F. Cerggren, Swea City, la. 40 FtfcST LttT»6ftAN Sunday school at 10 a. rn\ ' > Morning worship at 11 a. m. Mr .Sjostrand from St. Peter, Minn., will be guest speaker. Pot luck dinner and annual •eve'ry Card Party and! Lunch ST, BENEDICT HALL SUNDAY, NOV. 18 8 O'clock Sponsored b» Mrs. Clarence Arndoffer and Mrs. Francis Froelich. member canvass ter morning Avorship v welcome whelKer' a not. ' ••'".'• ,;• "*Kl&d the 4 Wanfi MelhbdiSfSt Saturday, Bazaar, 4 •>.'«*.» Sopptii.''>&,'•'••'• . . • : -.'. 'itf'.y \ Menu—Chkkoh pis, mashed potatoes arid gravy, hot rolls, vegetables, salad, jelly* .plekleifv coffee, nie, adult 65e; childiffrl under 12, 3Sc. .. . ;.- ; . SIGN HERE, PLEASE BUY in the gregl Victory loan. I - ] I . ',-- -..(••-. . • ' • • This Advertisem^n|ISpdwsored the followfiijg^lalriotic • ' ' ' . •^C^;^|i'l: : ''•" ' ' Kossuth Farmers: •' •"."'' ^''-p^vfe:- 1 : •'.?•;•;-•/.-,• » •...••'•*'-' 'i|V|t•'. ; Harry Alt, Algona Hugh Black, Algona Floyd T. Bode, Algona O. A, Campney, Algona John Erpelding, Algona C, F, Frwiwnl, Corwith ICyle Keith, Win, C, Kuhn, Algona Louis Scott, Burt Esther Skow, Wesley •^'\:¥- : ^ , "'"•'•-",.:,.. JU ^Stephens, Algona ^ 'I I! ir •'* " ;•. .-xTi'?:: **'-

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