The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1945 · Page 6
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PAGE six _.... — Brother Of St. Joe Man Seriously 111 Following A Stroke St. .loo: Pmil Krnst of licro, and Mrs. John Erpnlcliiif! of Whilte- ._ ALGONA tfPPfift bES MOINES, ALGONA: IOWA more ,wer& called to the beside pf their brother, Father Henry Ernst of Slrnlton. Colorado, Frldiiy, Nov !) Father Ernst had n stroke nnd is in a hospital in Denver. At Kollasch Shower— Relatives from here uttendcd a JULETTE ORIGINALS with the smooth lines of youth and a captivating freshness of style that's irresistible. Exclusive design and piquant trim give Julette Originals their distinctive individuality shower .tor Caroline Kollasch at Whittemore, Sunday; MiSs Kolasch will become the bride of Clarence Borrnnntt, St. Joe, Tuesday, Nov. 20, at St. Michaels Irelan. -hurch, Wh'iltemore. Ins Heart Attack- John Becker, farmer noflhwcst of St. Joe had a heart attack on Saturday. • ' Mrs John Bci'te 'came home •rom a Fort Dodge hospital Tues- lay where slie had gone for medical' euro. , Miss Lillian Fuhrmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.\Josenh Fuhrmann, of Chicago is visiting with relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. Nickolas Weydert entertained the Riverdale Ladies Friendly Club Wednesday, Nov. i. Mrs. Anton Weydert was assis,- ing hostess. Mr and Mrs. Just Eischen, Chris Vailer, and Emil Me.jnrus of Chicago, 111., visited at the Lawrence Thilgcs home from Monday to Saturday the past week. Sunday evening supper guest? at the Julius Caposius home were Mr and 'Mrs. Nickolas Wpyderl and family, Mrs. Susan Weydert Mr and Mrs. Anton Weydert nnr family Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thilges and family, Mr. and Mrs Paul Th'ilgcs and Paul Jr., Mr. an Mrs. Nick Thilges and family Peter N. Thilges and family, Clarence Smith and Susie Nabor, al of St. Joe, and Edw. Capesius am Mrs Clara Walker and sons David and Merrill of Algona. J6 filten NeUon, wno is d as a Btendgrtphbt in Clarion, spent the weekend with her parents Mr, and Mrs. W. C. family, en route home after a Isit. with, relatives In Fairmont. Mr. and MM. Andrew Wallu* kait of Ariel and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Waimkait of Dakbta City spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mfs. Chris Waliukait. Sigwell Wood, who is aiiend- ne the University of Minnesota nd John Wood of Des Moinest pent the weekend with their nothcr Mrs. Jos. Bestetilehrier, Mf. and Mrs. Glenn Shore have eceived a message from their on Bruce who was at San Di- saying that he will arrive in Algona, Friday, on a 15-day enve. ^ The Naomi Circle Mil. meet Friday afternoon, Nov. 16 with Mrs. B. A. Galbraith, Mrs. Oscar Anderson's division assisting Sach member is asked to bring juest. Mrs. Ralph Dickson of Eldora, isiled Mrs. Perry Collins, Sun- TV 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ulfers pent Monday in Fort Dodge vith friends. Mrs. August Huenhold visited icr daughter Mrs. Iver Iverson ind family at Clinton last week. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Webb en- oyed a visit last week from Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Webb of Des Vloines. Miss Elizabeth Dearch was given a birthday surprise party Sunday evening by several friends. Mrs. Harold Mosher was hosts to the members of her embroidery club last Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener spent Sunday in Swea City with the latter's brother, Erwm clenwith and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crilly went to Sac City, Sunday, where they spent the day with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morrison. Robert Winicel, son of Mr and Mrs. L. A. Winkel, left Fri day for Ft. Reiley, Kans., after ten-day furlough here. Mr. and Mrs. H. T^JBunkofsk went to Swea City ttffe weeken and visited the latter's sister Mrs. W. H. Meyer and family. Helmuth Huerihold left Tues clay tor St. Petersburg, Fla. whore he will visit Mrs. Mar guerite Kenefick and othe friends. He will be gone a few weeks. Mrs. Herbert Butts who is living in Des Moines while her husband is in service at Ft. Knqx, Ky., came Saturday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Butts. Mr. and Mrs. Dick went to New Providence, lowu, Saturday, where they visited the former's sister, Mrs. W. R. Recce. They also visited Mrs. H. E. Malloy in Marshalltown. James Moore, son of Mr. and fits. Don Moore of Ottpsen, ar- ved Saturday from Minheapo- s where he received his navy ischarge. He is a grandson of /lr. and Mrs. J. M. Moore. Mrs. Villiam Aalderks of Laota has been visiting her daugh- er Mrs. Alvin Huenhold the past veek and on Friday will leave or Clear Lake with another aughter, Mrs. Leo Edwards. ' Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gilmore have received word from 'heir on, Lt. E. J. Gilmore, that he cached Manila, Oct. 29. His vile has returned to her home at VIountain Lake, New Jersey. Dr. H. E. tfulchinson and Mis: 'ranc Holycr of Pierson stopped over night Friday with the for- ner's son, D. S. Hutchinson and Hei- %. and Mrs. Chafles f Stv Paul arrived last Frida? or a visit* with their son John nd family and with the J. J. Dooley family. Mr. Kennedy and Mrs. Dooltiy are brother and sis- er. The Kennedys left for St. Paul on Tuesday.' Mr. and Mrs, ' William B«" vent to Fenton, Sunday, where ,hey spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Boettcher. . Mrs. Henry Jentz of Colorado Springs was visiting there and will come to Algona this week for a visit at the William Dau home. Mr. and Mrs. Mayhtfd Sldph orison and little son of Manches ter were weekend guests at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil McGinnis. Mrs. Stephen ( son is a sister of Mrs. McGinriis. Mrs. L. J DeGraw, mother of the ladies was been spending the past month in Manchester. A group meeting of the ppisco palian churches of Spencer, Em metsbui-R, Estherville and Al gona was held here Sunday. Holji communion was held and th theme of the following servic was Armistice Day. Followin the services the entire assembl had dinner together at a privat hall. I Mr. and Mfs. Kenneth Lynk •Kirkland, Wash.; are the parents Soronson of a baby girl born Sunday, No' vemb'er H, in a Seattle hospital. She has been named Kathy Diane. Kathy weighed 7 Ibs. 15 ozs. when born. This is the first grandchild for the Louis Lynks of here. Kenneth's wife 'is from rand Forks, Mont. Phyllis Crawford, daughter of Mr. and- Mrs. Norman Crawford who is a cadet nurse at the Lu- ier.au hospita-1 lilted Mtf. t parent . ave)* - th<t eeltend. Aecorripanyjnf her ere Miss Helen Baas, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Julius Baas, *md fliss. Arlene Brist, daughter of /M. and Mrs.- Mail: Bast both stu- ent nurses. ' " • / "Mfs. Atffed liee and dftdfllum larrle and Barbara- visited Mfflt Jora Bacon a few days last week. hev. and MSB, J*«y Webb 6* io,u>rCity moVed here recently u the astorate °f the ,, o take up the pastorate Jhurch of the Open- Bible. They ucceed Rev. and Mrs. R.- p. Baker, who went to the Qzarks o continue their work. Rev. and Mrs. Webb have moved into the house formerly occupied' by Rev Baker and family on South Thor- ngton street. Our Most'IMPORTANT DEPARTMENT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE JAM€S, lona RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, Nov. 17 i Allen Motor Co. Sponsored by the Mariner's Club of the Prcbyterian Church Opening 9:00 A. M. NOW ON DISPLAY WESTINGHOUSE REFRIGERATOR See the Finest in New, Modern, Electrical Refrigeration 7 CU. FOOT MODEL S176.95 Electric Room Heaters Safety Models $33.00 Others as low as $H.95 Electric Hot Plates C models to choose from. Steam Irons .$14.25 Use as a plain iron, or as a steam iron for pressing dresses, trousers, etc. Cory Coffee Makers With or withput stoves. | $2.95 and up ; Flash Ligbts $1.25-$1.75 2 cell—waterproof. VACUUM CLEANERS • Factory Rebuilt Hoover ... Westinghouse Hand Vacuum Cleaners f. . . Westinghouse Upright Cleaner Floor Lamps $16.95 Bridge Lamps $13.50 Table Lamps $8.95 (Compare these prices) Plastic Bed Lamps....$2.50 Metal Bed Lamps....$2.95 Fluorescent Lamps ..$7.95 Baby Sets: Vaporizer, Dish, Cup, Spoon, Warmer Fluorescent Kitchen Unit Install yourself $7.95 and up Junior Algona High School •^ ' •• • • •••-jSaf . ' .-•-'• - '....•. ' present! Comedy in 3 Acts II. S. AUniTOlllUM Friday, November 16 S:0() p. in. Admission Adults, 42c niul 8c tax—5flc Students, 21c nml'4c tax—25c Ucscrvntions, H. S. Ticket office Tlu.rsdny, Friday, November 15-1(1., Fan Blades to fix ',', II. P. Motor for corn, etc. Also Vi, H, P. »lld H III. P. Single Phase Motors. iPin Up Lamps $3.95 INu-tone Door Chimes 3.95 Hot Plates 3 heat each burner. $13.62 Covered single burner. Cromolux model. $18.95 FOIl ELECTRICAL MERCHANDISE REEF YOUR EYE ON ELECTRIC CO. PHONE J7« LICENSED ELECTRICIANS The New DEXTER Washing Machine NOW ON DISPLAY PORCELAIN TUB AND ALUMINUM AGITATOR S69.95 EATMOR CRANBERRIES FANCY JACK RABBIT SWEET POTATOES TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT IDAHO RUSSETS FANCY RADISHES LARGE FANCY HEAD LETTUCE PASCAL CELERY 3 Ibs. &3C •- No ., Gr * /'I Z, for L tor &3C Large Crisp 23c to JACK SPRAT GELATIN Jack Sprat Tomato Juice Jack Sprat \V«ole Kernel Golden Corn Mayflower White Sweet Corn ;- Banquet No. 2 cans 2 cans 31 C No. 2 cans jjcans No. 2 r •' ••»>> cans 35C cans Lady Anna . . _ A Lingonbernes pint jar 7<JG Jack Sprat • . Macaroni 7 oz pkg Ja<;k Sprat i g* Spaghetti 7 oz pkg fie Jack Sprat Quick or Regular Oats..- .... . ~3 Ibs. 26C Cereal nn Malto Meal 23C Extra Large . _ A Wheaties. 2 for 290 MAYFLOWER PINK SALMON Jack Sprat Cake Flour n m ;Z5C Mayflower Imitation - • Vanilla 8 oz bottle \ Qc Seedless _, i 11* Raisins --15 oz pkg |5c Sun Maid 1 «»r Currants.:. .11 ozpkg. Z|c Bleach . ' , _ f MA Sun-x...:.—- 2 for 29? Painted Surface Cleaner . Tidy House... —- S9C Lewis • ; ':''-.- f -_ii;. Lye. .:.....-.-.- 3 for ?5e can THANKSGIVING POULTRY CHOICE TURKEYS GEESE DUCKS CHICKENS i\ Hard To Get Items BURPEE PRESSURE COOKERS WOOD CLOTHES PINS GALV. PAiLS-^8 to 20 Qt Size 5/16—3/8 CHAIN 3 AND 4 TINE FORK HANDLES Kohlhaas Hardware PM u «- '"• OYSTERS wM.e.s PORK ROASTS wnE BEEF ROASTS fewy B A v V N ENP CL»,~ ----- x ARMOUR'S TREETJ :,:,:. ..„ ».~Sfc FANCYHOUDAY VEAL IAMB SEE OUR FANCY CHPEApRTMENJ! " ' ' . - : T''' ' ——-

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