The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 15, 1945 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 15, 1945
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I fl&tJRSDAY, NOV. 16, 1941 JOHANNA LEWISON ,RITESATBODE 5ATURMY, NOV. 10 c Bodej Funernl servteds v?4fe held Ire, the 86d<* Lutheran' church Saturday afterhotm at, 2 o'clock, concluded by Rev, Martin Tryg- Stad, for Mrs. Jbharina. LewlSoh long tlmo resident of BodC, Virho •or th&pnst two years on flccoilnt it poo? .health, has lived with her daughter Mfs, Roy Davis of Al- fiona. Besides -her daughter she Is Survived by two sons, her husband paving preceded her in death tiany years ago. Burinl look place " the Bpcle corrietery. jiirct! In Shcllcr — ,, Clarence Olson, Jr., received . a lilnful'' injury last Tuesday while forkirife with a corn shelter, his Im got under the belt but, forno bones were broken. earlier , ... . |Miss'' Nellfe Olibn has resigned music supervisor in the Bode hools, and" the school board has red Richard ;Eort>.es, a discharged jvice' man to 'fill the vacancy. Iriool Vacatfon— fhe.' Bode ^public school will ttve a Thanksgiving vacation om ;\Vedne^day afternoon till londay njorhing. The teachers HH spena the holiday at their ines'. ' . Carnival bitlc— , The Bode sch.ooj carnival .which has bee~fi postpdjled twice f6r h6c- fessary reason's, positively w'ill be ,Md in; the high school gymnasium Friday feverting, Nov. 18. ,i8e*ge has returned SiMfX ! M1&, ;-•$» : /D,; : where she sttenVlfr'dl$r witivhi* sister MfS, ': &*$&#• kittle: fyhd Underwent a.majOi 1 bperatbfi Thursday NOV. 1. • ' ••'-•;• • ;;./: ...• Mrs. £ • O. ; 8ef kidftd entertained: her bridge club "Thu'rsday evening. High score was awarded to Mrs. MaJc SheltoH and second high was won by Mrs. Floyd Torgerson. Mrs. Haf'&ld. Watson of Bode received word that her husband who at the present time Is serving in the navy in the Philippines, 'has Made the 'rating of chief aviation machinist mate. Pvt. Earl-'Skaugstad .called parents Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skaugstad,. Friday from Compton CAlif., telling them he was ibeing transferred to Fort Ord, Chli'f., expecting to be sent overseas. Frank E. Nunaniakcr, after ; ,B years of service in the navy, has received his honorable discharge at San Diego, Calif., and Is spending a 'few days at the 'home of his brother-iin-law and sister Dr. and Mrs. T. M. Rossing. Harold Johnson has arrived from Sioux City where he received an' honorable discharge after serving two years ir^ the army air corps overseas. .Andrew Chantland also, has .'received his honorable discharge, at Camp; Grant, 111 White's Market if/' ..,._. . Where you will find the largest selection of « ' A APPLES POTATOES GRAPEFRUIT, ETC. 7 VARIETIES S4.98 S5.68 I Ul AiUtj ~THE BEST OF QUALITY S2.75 S3.98 In Fancy Print Bags Don't buy ANY washer just- to get one quick; A little longer wait for a Speed Queen will pay big dividends for yean to,come in fatter washing .,. whiter clothes ,.. lest hot water ,, and soap • . » trouble-free service . , , and lowest cost per washing. It will be feme time before there can be enough wather* to go M^ around —» so please help us serve. yqit best ***' ' by coming in and placing your Speed Queen ,, order to insure earliest delivery. ' The Algona , i i,. WP , \ .._-.ALGOttA UPPER DES MOINES, ALGONA, IOWA .-PAGE Texas Seedless Grapefruit 10 ^ 45c Large'Red CRANBERRIES 33s Fresh Crisp RADISHES 3 bunches Snowball CAULIFLOWER head Large Pascal CELERY bunch 29c Large Solid HEAD LETTUCE each 13o Fancy Sweet POTATOES 3 ibs. 25s Extra Fancy Roman Beauty Bushel APPLES $4. FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING TABLE Meats - Poultry MILK FED TURKEYS DUCKS, GEESE AND TURKEYS 1 Point 22c Sliced BACON ENDS .1 lb. pkg. Grade A 2 Points BEEF ROASTS lb . 24c Grade A l Point ROUND STEAK lb 33 C Pure No Points GROUND BEEF Ib .23e Fresh HALIBUT STEAKS lb .43 c RED SALMON ,„ 49 C Spiced HERRING , uartiar 39c prices In This Ad Good Friday, Saturday, | Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday FRIDAY ONLY WHILE IT LASTS JELLO, Package 7c CRISCO .3 Ib. jar 69c Swansdown or Softasilk CAKE FLOUR pkg .26c MINCE MEAT .2 lb. jar 55c FRUIT COCKTAIL 2V 2 tin 35c Choice Bartlett PEARS .2% tin 35c Melo. Glow PORK & BEANS 2 No. 2 tins 27c STRICTLY FRESH OYSTERS. Pint 69c FANCY COOKIES SARDINES HERSHEY'S COCOA .. -•. ••••- : • -4 ••••-• - •- • •• i*' • • • in oil '. each OLIVES pl ain 5% oz. jar STUFFED OLIVES G oz. jar 10e 29c 39c ROASTED PEANUTS lb 270 CARNATION Mil Campbell's VEGE-BEEF SOUP Betty Crocker SOUP MIX (aIIca 9c each 14c pkgs. Fruit Cakes With Rum and Brandy O Lb. Tin FRESH Fig Bars , 19c SUNSHINE KRISPY Crackers 19c 1 lb. CLINTON Pudding 4 pkgs. IDv Omar rLUUK p r i n t bag 50 lb. DARK SYRUP * gal . jar 35(B IVORY SOAP , argebM 10| CAMAY SOAP 3 bare 20| DILL PICKLES , uartior 29fi BROOKS CATSUP ARGO CORN STARCH Good quality No> 2 can 2 for 25c HILEX Sunsweet 2 lb. Med. size pkg. gal. jug 49c Grapefruit Juice No. 5 t|n Folgers COFFEE It Jar 55C Northern TISSUE Roll 5c At6 ONA ^w ^^-^i^c,mpw*'' ^^^^. •- *!^ir. ^& *w. ^^ ^^^

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