The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1945 · Page 6
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PAGE TWO ' • •;;•; ";•.;•.• • ; Joe Sherman, Grandpa | dren of John Sherman of Ban- Mr, and Mrs. Leo Engesser of cl 'P' ft -. ^^__^, Seneca are parents of. their second ri v ,-.. A j.', v j «7ml•*«*!!«.« daughter, Mary Leah, born Sat-, .Operated Wednesday urtlay, 'November 3, weighing six! Mrs". Henry Guderian undcr- ' went n minor operation November .;•..v i • ALGONA pounds and ten ounces, Her sister, Margaret Ann, is 10 months 14 at the tieneral hospital and old. The children are grandchlt- is recovering nicely. COLWELL AUCTIONEERS Having sold the sale barn here in Algona, we will have more time to devote to farm sales, At present we have a good many sales already booked. If our auction work meets your approval, ami you are having an auction sale, we will be glad to sell your property. Graduates, of Jones National Auctioneering School, Chicago, 111., class of 1913. Sold sales every year since. PHONE 445 44tf Special Showing OF; Fine Fur By Marshall & Swift .v. .... At Fri.-Sat. i ; November 23-24 Stop and sec these i beautiful coats, and i I ,,|' . .. , select one for , your new winter coat. SIS "Rail Officials Were Qleeful Ninety-seven years ago, when Chicago's first locomotive, the Old Pioneer, chugged westward to the banks of the Des Plaines river, a hint of the Railroad-to-come was indicated on that initial run.' :,• The significant thing was noj^the grpiip of Who's Who making the first' trip— it was a load oj ivbeat. Some one had M sbld" the railroad on hauling the grain on the return journey. It was a great idea—within a week 30 loads of wheat were waiting at the Des Plaines river to be hauled into'Chicago! Rail officials were gleeful. With sharpened pencils they figured that this freight revenue might run as high as $15 a day! A small shipment of wheat, in 1848, has grown to thousands of carloads in 1945. Significantly, last year "North Western" ranked first in carrying grains and live stock into the Chicago market. America, now vigorously engaged in reconversion and the occupations of peace, will continue to find "North Western" the leader in fast, reliable freight service. KAGO and NORTH WESTERN SYSTEM PIONEJR RAILROAD OF CH ICAiJ O'^N D TH6 WEST TO INSTALL LONE ROCK PASTOR AT SERVICES SUNDAY Lone Rock: Rev. Limbertus Kingma from Willow Lake, Si D., will be. installed as pastor here next Sunday evening, Nov. 25 t at 8 o'clock. The following ministers will assist in the. installation services: Rev. Jos. Kennedy, Estherville,. Rev. Harper of RiHg- ster, Rev. Hill of Burt, and Rev.. Smith of LiVermore. Rev. Kingma, with his wife and young son, arrived Saturday and are living 'in the manse.- ' Celebrate Four Birthdays Mrs. Alf Jorgenseh entoi'tained at her hpme Saturday, Nov. 17, in honor of four birthdays. Susan Montgomery, Dickie Snyder, Jerry Jensen, and Jamie Jo Jensen. 61 at Family Dinner A family dinner was held at the Vincent Behrends home Sunday in honor of Byrne Behrends. There were 01 present at the dinner. The Maynard Knock family, of Swca City, visited Sunday at the Henry Knock's. The Hi>rb Bush family of Al- »ona spent Sunday at the Ralph r lurlburt home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Howe' of Emmetsburg spent Sunday at the paternal Goo. Peltit home. Mr. and Mrs. .Ronald Schultz, Lr.kota, spent Monday at the parental Chas. Schultx. home. Mrit and; Mrs.. Fred' Genrich j spent the day Sunday at 'the ' Garold Leming home at Hamp- 'ton. ' ' ' ' '•'•'•! • • -The Rev\' L. Kingma family were .dinner guests Saturday evening at Supt. Lawrence Hut- pleasantly surprised i^ltfay _ ing when- Mr, and* 1 Mrs. Hi Schrader and' Mr/ afftj» MtS, • hbm.6 ,6 B.8rn«s. drew Thomsen arri.vM t» help them celebrate tHpir;"23fd WetU ding anniversary. ' •,Mrs. Lawrence Newbrough eh- tertainecl at her home Sunday rif- in honorv of ..Lt. KrtHh IOWA— r , brbther the Wm. Ihi6f£ oh' Sunday. , . 1 Mrs;, HaoHel- Carlson of Port- Ore^ l<*ft Ffiday for Mid- t»( visit a daughter after n> two weeks visit at the home of 'Mrs. Afeilt ffoff. Mrsv Perlert JocobseH is now _. T .,— bookkeeper'at the Carpertter & Worth ington» A, N,,, G,» hottie Son Hardware. She takes the from overseas duty, oftd Mrs. erett Larson, Los Angelcs t Cnlif., who is, visiting re!/itiv«4 heTBi , • Mr t and Mrs. ilSv*fett''Larson, t.cs Angeles, Calif*' were Saturday dinner guests "Bt the > Pi M. ChrlstensonS' and > nvtfre supper guests the same ddyat-'tWe.HSns Jensen home. Theyfattent Saturday night and SUhdViy 'at the Chas. Morris homev •' I Mr. and .Mrs. Walter Smitji, managef of • the -t t^aainery' at Sherburn, Minn., .were weekend guests of the Lkstfft J%nHso'rts, r l6- cal bultermaker., Mrrjand M^s. Orville Gjerde 1 and'daughter and Vernon Johnson of Estherville and Miss Frei'la Bercon of Haifa v\x-re Sunday guests..:' Mr. and Mrs. Alf' Jorgefifcen spent Sunday in Austin at the home of Mrs. Jorgei>sen's parents, Mr. and Mrs.'W. H. Altwegg, visiting Merlin' Altwegg B. M. 1-c., who has just returned home on a 30-day leave after'two years in the South Pacific. He-is a brother of Mrs, Jorgensen. : The Carl Rath family from Stewart, Minn., spent the" day Monday at the Lawrence Rath home. Mrs. John Newbrough and Janet and Johnnie spent the weekend at the A. D. Newbrough home. Mr. and Mrs. Luverne Ham- mcrstrorn spent Sunday afternoon at the.,Richard Behrends home. J Angus Cotton and son Angus Jr. attended homecoming and the football game at Iowa City Saturday. • The M. O. Richards family sncnt Sunday at the homo of Mrs. Richard's aunt, Mrs. Edith Miner, i Algona. The Emil Krafts have/word from their son Clarence-! Kraft that he was! leaving the 'Philippines on Nov: 8. ' : Mr. and Mrs,. Clarence Ackerson, Wesley, were guests Sunday at -the-'home 'of i'thej.r. 'daughter, Mrs.i,Geo,.U. -I»orig'«iSts^' I , Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Henderson and daughter "Murjbi-ie Ann spent Sunday at the Durwood- T75-! •'••'$ Ledyard: .On.. , . . , . . ,, ing the Womer^s jSociety '. »f Christian -Servicei .heJH. a {Special ' business meeting, E. 'A. , . . Carpenter home for., the" Annual election -of offices!" The; follo- ing were elected: President Mr's. D. B. Mayer; vice president, Mrs. Edward Looft; secretary, Mrs. Glenn Burrows; treasurer, Mrs; L. W. Wiemer. Other department "secretaries named were Mrs. D." A. Carpenter, Mrs. Harold Herzog,- Mrs. E. A. Carpenter, Mrs/ E. Cass, Mrs. E. T. Halvorson, and Mrs. Albeyl Looft. .v ••; .;'.£ New Boy, Goeiz Home , •'..-. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goetz arc the. parents of a SOT), day, Nov. 10. Neitzcls at Bancroft. Mrs. Merle Jorgenson ' and daughter, Ledya'rd, spent from Friday 'to Sunday at the Mrs. Lillie Worthington home. Mi-, and Mrs. John Sones and family of Sioux Rapids .. were Sunday afternoon and supper New Fellowship Datt^' 1 ''' ; •££ The social annoUrieB* "(Mr tf^; Youth Fellowship of the Evan. & • Reformed church! ifarnNdiv.'; HI \yas t postponed ' Son is Born . .. A son was born 'W'MrV alffl. Mrs. Henry Meier puiisitur Nov. 10, at the Buffalo Ce Mr. and Mrs. were Fort Dodge callers on Sure-/ day. " " "" ' ^^ '-' Mr. and Mrs. Harold -- place of Grace Reltmeier, whd •resigned -to help her mother on the fftrmV' • Mr. hnd'-Mrs. Wm. Flyrtn and Harold Hcrzog", with the other managers of Rock Island Yards in this district, Went to town City Saturday, where they Were entertained'at the football game and' at dinner. Pvt. Orville Brandt spent a day .6r two here last week with his parents while en route from Texas,,to.F;0r,t Riley, Kans. He came for, Mrrf. Brandt, who has been visitihg here and with her parents at St.- James, Minn. Mr, and 'Mrs. Charles Bashara and family drove to St. Paul Thursday evening, to take Mrs. Basharas two. brothers there to catch a train'.to Rugby, N. D., their home. Both have just received their discharge from the army. ; . On' Thursday evening SUpt. Richard Brauwer attended Schoolmasters club at Algona and Miss Bertha Solborg represented the school at County Council. . They were accompanied Jiyf. Suaat.!'John -Cook, Lakota, artd-WveVar-Lakota 'teachers. .Ml;.; and, ( ,Mrs. Gilbert Beenken of DubUfiue,;spent their Thanks- giviijg, vacation at the home of Mr.. ,Beenkfin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Warnej; Beenken. Mr. Been- k'eiiij ;wilj, i, deliver the sermon Sunday, cniorning at the Evan. & Reformed''Church, Nov. 25. ' ftelan::Gody, who teaches this yean i = a-b: Estherville, but Who taugh.t:<here .the three preceding years, •!W'n>t<n weekend guest at the -D; 1 B. Mayer home. Saturday evening Mrs. Mayer entertained besides Miss Cody, Miss Lillian Kvamsdale of Swea City, Lois Etter, Mrs. Gertrude Wiemer, Bertha Solberg, and Anna Marie Mitchell at dinner. Riverdale Entertained By Mary Jane Origer St. Joe: The Riverdale Rus* lers 4-tt clufe met at the homd of Mary _Jone Origer, Saturday ( Nov. 17, with Wanda Steelo us assisting hostess. Plans were ,hiade for the Christmas party to be at Darlene Kohlhaas' on fiec. 12. Betty Jane Bormann, W^h-. da Steele and Mqry Jane Origer were appointed as the entertain? ing committee for the pnrty t In a candlelight ceremony the ^new officers were installed by Helen Becker, last year's president. The new officers were presented WitH art AtVterfteafl Mrs, M«tt ., r. and 1 Mfs, J^ete* to Minneapo'Iis tuesdb/, N0v, ^5.' ,'.,.,,, Pvt. John dapesltls 'nrf'fvcdf Monday from Camp* Gcant, ''lll.» to- spend foUj- dnys\wilh Ws p'ar- and 1 Mrs. Julius dn- arrived; enfe, Mr. peslusi v Pvtu, ^Alb^n Knyser ay- from Camp ii',to spend a IS-'day fur th his parents, Mr. and ~ Kayser; ' st returned Wednes.. Denver, Colo., Where to" see his brother, Fathy,. Ernst. Father",; Ernst had a"s¥oke'on Nov. IT and'-hls dayU he wiJ: er HV Mittags Have Soh ; ; Mr,,and,'Mrs. dhue,k Mtog ore warejffe pf (hel? flfst chffd.,tf s{m 'Loft Ch'arles, born Nfiv'ember 12. weight five ' pound's' and, eight ounce's. Mrs. Mittag is the-Jbtmer Velma Jean Shipler, datfplfer ef Mf t nhd Mrs,. G. S. -Shlpler, The baby was.,born,' on n)s ,m&terrfal grandparents 20th wedding an^l- VefSflYyi' Mother'flnd,bnbe. are at the Kosduttt h6ftfHtnf'.»^',J ^ BEN 1 15 \\K IJ \ STOICI: Iowa lilliilliiiiilllllililllln Esther L. Langmack and Elmer M. Langmack, Owners New Clerk at James Don Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Brown, is a new clerk at the James Drug. He was graduated, from high school last June. d FlasK By: Mrs. A. M. Anderson - 1 -Wftshijigton:., The. discovery of thf^atoji^and the research of its powers cost the,American public bil^p^nst/ofx dollars in taxes. Do the Amieripa^ti.eople own what they hav^nouijpr? A battle is now on behincl. ( t|ie 'scenes in ' Washington over ,this ( .'fluestion. .'. Our future ^ . were in Mason: City on buteiness!; - - "- :( ' last . Mrs.-'. Sp'atclftrS weht ; ; -t *' iL - J "- 1J atti: T " funeral,; S,he> I'etiirBW Tulsdftj Mr. .and Mra'.'.-'.-.BgnuircF iLoot and family' of'S weirdly called,.! quests at the J. M. Blanchard ^ ^^P^r^^on^u^ home. Mrs. Harry Montgomery entertained at a 'birthday dinner Saturday evening in honor of her little daughter, Susan Jane's, second birthday.. The Odey Amey and Julian Cherland families and the Elmer Krause family were all Sunday dinner guests at the paternal J. T. Cherland home. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards had a letter Saturday from their son Guy stationed 300 miles south of Tokyo at Kyota. Guy has been advanced to T-5. W. C. Heiter received word Monday of the death of her sis- Mrs. Addie Hamilton at Glenburn, N. D. Mr. Heiter was unable to attend the funeral. Mrs. Ralph Thompson received n telephone call from her brother Staff Sgt. John Long one day last-week. He had-•. arrived in Boston just back fi-qm overseas Mr. and "Mrs. L. C. Williams drove to Fairmont ..Saturday arid from there they went to Welcome, Minn., on Sunday to visit their daughter-in-law Mrs. Kenneth Williams. 1st. Lt. Eugene Blanehard, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Blanchard, arrived home Saturday morning. His brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Blanchard, of Nora Springs, brought him here. The P. T. A. meeting will be held in the school gym on Monday night, Nov. 26, Mrs. H. E. Woodward, Whittemore, has been secured as speaker and her subject will be In Observance of Education Week." x Mr. and Mrs. I. W. Nelson were day. Mr. and Mrs. George Thorny son were dinner' 'guests at the Jerry Sullivan home last Suiv day. Mr. and Mrs. Eld.on^ Bannick sen of Ringsted were weekeni guests at the parental J. II. Wei fare home.. , . •'•' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Millet and family and Miy V; and Mri Tice Brack were Fairmont, shop pers on Saturday. '•' " S. 2-c. Raymond* i'-Sleber spending a 15-day furlough) v,^ iting his sister Mrs!vidaj4f<MIej;$ and other relatives, iinof'i j ' > Mrs. Ernest Jorgenson j aric Mrs. AeHf-Troff"VlBltea"' "Si thie f ' : " fi. t -| Insulate ^ •. • , "•' V Johns-Manville Blown Home Insulation Estimate Call 767 Wormhoudt Home Insylation Co, DEL LEANEAGH Local Representative U-m. •mummmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmm mm* mmttmmmmmmmmmm •-••-• * ;• N Prices Are Higher Thaw Last Season. Put Those EXTRA DOLLARS In Yo W r Ow» Pocket This Year By Selling Ml You* Wwi f<0> Clagg Hide & Fur Co. Our Fair And Cowrteous Dealings Witt Mftke A Regular Customer ' B I The Best Place Tp Sell Your Furs Is The Clagg Hide & Fur Co, 301 Centc«I.Av«ri FORT DOBGE, ffWW^;?' Same Loation for 50 Years *5« ' Everyon'e" realizes that public the secrets of.- atomic 'ndUsiry; must result in Ictory'production wjth lU.mb^r of • wrokers;"or :\.present production , jep,workers'. ' jjibiis of pay checks are l|shed <{al together, mass .rer, : drops,; the factories iioing things they can- i'd increased unemployment; .results. Then there's a depression and everyone suffers. The solution: Put every nqw scientific discovery to immediate use for the'good of all, continue to install labor saving devices re- igardless of how ma'ny workers it '"lays off", and then-, use a portion of^the profits- resulting therefrom to 'distribute purchasing power, to the'disemployed. This can be done thru the Townsend Plan.—Adv. Paper Towel Rolls IVV each LuRay Pastel Dish Ware New assortment just received. Mixing Bowl Sets 63C set Antiseptic Mouth Wash Red, cinnamon flavored astringent. Wilson's. pi'iit Window Shades With Roller* Dark ecru color. 44c each Toilet Paper ' Vanity Fair, cloth like tissue. 7c roll Chocolates ' '** Fame & Fortune 1 lb. assorted. 69c Vaseline Hair Tonic No. 1 size. plus ) tax 40c Wopdbury ; ' Facial Soap U for AiVV Pyrex Flame Ware Coffee Makers, Casseroles, Baking Dishes. Big selection on display. Crucifix Natural wood fim~sh with figue in gold^inside slot for, candles.. »•;,,.-' .• • .,'j. J",; Infant Mittens " With cord attached. . 49c Dog Collar * , v Necklace Made of black velvet ribbon and, double string of pedvjs. , .Blankets Vd%.' *o3l/3'fl% cotton. Dark gray ; v0thi strip. $459 Soap Di*he» .Porclain, attachment for i wall. Stuffed Toys Dogs, Dolls, Pandas, Bears, now on display. Scrap Books IQc 33c 39c Doll Beds Twin bed witfi 'ladder. $398 i -', V '.-.'• , :'-."!.: f'/ i : ; ' ' Single bed • $169 $198 ssrirxw.cB«w*;'ni,'aW | 5a(BTCSfw<wti»»* Icicles \ ' ». . , f j * ,t ..Tin foil for'tfnfas tree. ' lOc .Cookie Sheets Aluminum 98c 'Black 'sheet iron" Botiled Vn^pr AuthoeUy.of tfee jpp.ci.Cola Company by, MINERAL SPRINGS CQCA-C 01 A* B OT-Tlii'N 0

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