The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1945 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 22, 1945
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PAGE FOUR. ?'ttwS' ! Ms«3OTl?':v»w»^ •?S%'^f3f*si;;g|i^ with" Id make-up neces sities. Price, sel 3.54' I C o n ta i n s Deletlrez deansing cream, foundation cream, lipstick, rouge, eyebrow pencil, face powder and several other make-up needs. Excellent gift for that special someone fpr a Merry Christmas. PHONI DANCES LEGION BALLROOM BANCROFT Friday, Nov. 23 Lynn Kerns ' Tuesday, Nov. 27 Eddie Wilfahrt Friday, Nov. 30 Walter JVIartic Tuesday, Dec. 4 Scandinavians 3WEUYCIUBS BED MEETINGS MJRlNGPASfWEEK Wesley: The Willing Workers Circle met last week Wednesday at the Methodist church with Mrs. P. C. Haynes, Mrs. Carl Johnson and Mrs. E. Hutchinson as hostesses. The K. Y. N. circle met with Mrs. Fritz Eden on Thursday of last week. The Dorcas Circle will meet with Mrs. John Amesbury Tuesday. The Stitch and Chat Circle served the dinner for- the Lions club at the Methodist church Wednesday of last week. The high School Glee club sang two selections following the noon luncheon. wwwwuvwwYWvvwwvwv 5 H.W.POST Dray and Transfer Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. Ever; load insured against loss or damage. Equipped to do all kinds of draying and haul' Get Home Comfort that Lull • Houietime with an EAGIE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phone ui today CowanBldgSuppIyCo. Phono 275 ALGONA, IOWA Are Home Sgt. Denis Vitzthum arrived home last week with his discharge. Staff ..Sgt. George Vitzthum, also came home last week with his discharge. His wife, the former Birdie Schultz, who has been employed in Los Angeles, joined her husband here. , Dance November 28 Ed Conley of Layton, Okla., came last week to visit several vyeeks with his sister and family, the Alfred Erdman's, and with his brother Frank. Conley and family at Livermore. HOSPITAL NEWS A private sewage system for Your Farm Think what this means! The comfort of a modern home brought to every member of the family. Health and happiness with the utmost in sanitation now is possible through the installation of our DIAMOND BRAND SEPTIC TANK. And the cost is so small. Easy to install, too. Any Farm Horn* Now Hav* • Bath and Inside Toilet ID] or likitt your homi modern! tkt 1*111* comfort! th»t «ltUi «ojo7, F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 239 ,4-tf A LOCAL LADY SPIT UP ACID LIQUIDS FOR HOURS AFTER EATING For hours after every meal, an Algona lady used to spit up a strong, acidulous liquid mixed with pieces of half-digested food. She says it was awful. At times she would nearly strangle. She had stomach bloat, daily headaches and constant irregular bowel action. Today, this lady eats her meals and enjoys them. And she says the change is due to taking SYS-TONE. Her food agrees with her. No gas, bloat or spitting up after eating . She is also free of headaches now, and bowels are regular, thanks to this Remarkable New Compound. SYS-TONE contains 12 Great Herbs; they cleanse bowels, clear gas from stomach, act on sluggish liver and kidneys. Miserable people soon feel different all over. So don't go on suffering. Get SYS-TONE. Lusby & Giossi Di'Ug Store. G James Rupert Young landed at Portland, Ore., last week. Cpl. Matt Hildman landed on the west coast last week for his discharge. Al Wagner, who is employed in a drugstore at Boone, spent the weekend here with his wife. The American Legion will sponsor a dance in the Kleinpeter hall Wednesday night, Nov. 28. . Julia Raney entertained a group of little girl friends Monday after school on her seventh birthday. Larry Hildman, Seaman 1-c., left' last week for Lake City, .Fla.,.following a furlough at his parental Ed Hildman home. Cpl. Earl Ward arrived home -'week from Atlu, the Aleu- where he had been since July. He is now discharged. ' Mrs. Viola Studer, Billy and Jeannine Rose Studer and Everett Ackerson were Sunday guests at the Julius Kelch home at Esthcrville.. Mrs. Sarah Alne spent from $/edhesday till Sunday this week with* her daughter Rosalie, who is attending St. Olaf's college at Northfield. ,!, The, Frank Bleichs, Tom For- 'Burg'ers, Joe Krieps, Al Erpeld- ings and Lawrence Youngwirths were guests at the Sylvester j Garman home at Britt, Sunday. - Mr."-, and Mrs. Lael Root, Mr. and 'Mrs. Roman Wilhelmi and J. P. Studer visited their youngsters" in the Elizabeth Kinney Institute at Minneapolis Sunday. , Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Clegg returned to their home at Lansing, Mich., following a week's visit at the parental Paul Erdman home. Mrs. Fred Snyder and son of P ? eoi*ja, 111., spent several days •here last week looking after -lane}: interests. They own the farm tenanted by the Albert Yegge family. Mrs. Simon Hirner left Moiir day for Los Angeles, Calif., to spend a few weeks with her 'daughter Bernadine, now Mrs. Wendell Williams. Mr. Williams, is in the navy. A- baby daughter, weight 6 Ibs. and'11 ozs. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jarvis at the Kossuth hospital in Algona Tuesday morning, Nov. 20. Mrs. Jarvis is the former Julia Ann Studer. Nov. 7: Mrs. fieri RafrtUs, Lu- Verne, girl; -Mrs. E. W. BrbtletsbH, Algona, girl. Nov. 10: Mrs. Raymond Otfo; Rolfe, boy; Mrs. Gordon Leii/i, Corwith, girl. Nov. 11: Karon Beffer, Algona, medical. Nov. 1'2: Mrs. Frank Mlschler, Haveloek, surgical. Nov. 13: Mfs. Henry Guderiarii Algona, surgical. KOSSUTH HOSPITAL Nov. 7: Mrs. Joe Lbebach, Whittemore, medical; Mrs. William Boldridge, Bode, girl. Nov. 9: Mrs. Glen Scott, Algohn, girl. Nov. 10: Alvin Dillon; Algoha, accident; Harlan Wehrspann, Whillemore, surgical. ; Nov. 11: Mrs. Janet Husch, ,Titonka, medical- Mrs. Florence Geilenfeld, Burt, boy. Nov. 12: Mrs. Geo. Kissner, Algona, girl; Alice Vaughn, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Charles Mittag, Burl, boy. Nov. 13: Mrs. Ralph Jnrvis, Wesley, girl. Nov. 14: Mrs. Lloyd Craig, Algona, boy- Mrs. John Kain, Algona, medical. SURPRISE PARTY AT FOUR CORNERS Four Corners: Mrs. Robert Walker won honoreo at a sur- prize party Thursday evening at hter home, wlwn friends dropped in with refreshments to help" Her celebrate her birthday which was Friday. The following families attended: Ralph Walker's,' Russell Walker's, Lawrence Kirsch's, Harley Wills, and Cecil Bjustrom's. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Duncan were Wednesday of last week dinner guests at the W. Ray Smith home. Mrs. W. Ray Smith spent Sat urday at the Donald Buffington home, assisting Mrs. Buffington with her work as she has not been well of late. Mrs. Helen Geilenfeldt anc daughter were supper guests at the Otto Harlan home Friday night, the occasion being. Mrs Clarice Sarchett's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lois Lowman and son Douglas of Fenlon .spent Sunday at the Leo Ramus home. Other callers in the afternoon were the Art Alexanders. Mrs. Fern Huling, of Britt, came to Algona Saturday to have her son Daryl's 'tonsils, and adenoids removed. She remained Saturday night,, with her mother Mrs: Ida'Nickerson, going home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and M£S. Bgbert Walk and family were Sunday dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Peter New's of Whittemore. Other guests were Mrs. Walker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Priester of West Bend and Francis Priester, who received his discharge recently. Sunday supper guests at the Edw. Rich home were Mrs. Rich's mother Mrs. Minnie Wilson and son Virgil and daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Theron Rude of Palo Alto, Calif., and Theodore Elbert. Mrs. Rude is the former Avis Wilson. They expect to remain at the Rich home until Wednesday. They gathered to help Mrs. Rich celebrate her birthday, which was Friday. Wed SO^ears Portland: Mr. and Mrs. Will Grover will hold an open house from 2 to 5 p. m. at their farm home, Nov. 27, in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary. i; Of Hitler's Linoleum son bf . gchrfim, believes . A. lit , from the ex'»big ! shots* 6f Europe, Sbj He recently ;, fbf wliMed his parents n piece of MfrfoleiH« from Adolf HJtier's kitih'en . tit " tesgflrden'v German, aMd piece of wallpaper fi-brfi IH^livlrlg 1 , ftfoVn-of Goering, rteats >, Hiher.'s; secret mountain retrea^ 1 '' . ' < Now Well Bombed Aiotfg wltw• •thfe:'a6'dy?fi'JM r Wil* bur tells- of. visiting; the< hideaway of Hi ttefj Berchtesgarrter}. He writes: .', : "I've visited Mlllef's lair; so now I'll ti'y ,and give- you 'dn Impression of : the place, artd how the dictator lived. ',..''""• , "We stayed overnight in a hotel, and proceeded to Hillefs hideout the next day. From, the town the road winds about a third of the way to the top of the mountain. Here Hitler's -home, now;, pretty well bombed, and houses of Goer- Ing and Bormanrwere well guarded by SS troops who lived irt barracks. 'Nearly every building vhas been hit by bombs; One made a direct hlU on .jGojjfttt&'s : blue tile tier's house t addition to swimming, vwy t * is .partially, .buffif two Hitler Liked A View '.'I. suppose you've, read of the enormous window flflpie living room of- Adolph's hqiffilj It nearly fills 'half'of theHvalM space Of one end of the living room, while an ,enormous fireplace is at 'the othei end of the huge room. ,, '.'The -woodwork has all been burnfed out so one has to use some imagination to picture what it must have been. The kitchen Wing lays to the left but a bomb hit destroyed much of it, though the utensils are still there. "And, oh yes, I am sending a small piece of his inlaid linoleum from some of the debris." Souvenir Hunter Paradise "Goering's and Bprman's homes were both hit, and . since then souvenir hunters have taken everything, even the upholstery from the furniture. "We drove up the mountain to a parking lot after going through several tunnels, and were only about 400 feet from the 'Eagle's Nefct.' Here an eMVator "takes the .visitor to .the toffl Howeverj we found that you had to be either a major or above, or a member of the fair sex, to make this trip. I am neither. "The Nest itself iStt'rtfom probably 60 feet in diameter, with a ceiling Of oakv<bfca»Tte|| several smaller rooms operfmg' from it. This retreat was one of the |dic- t a tor's' ffmasHjgKB and wHS?a! J .W had -most of his- djreams born] they tell us." • •'•' ; Mr. and MrSoSchram have, another son, Herbert, in the army After overseas duty in Europe, he is now stationed on the west coast Martha Fottafrge Of ! LtiVertte Honored LuVerne. Nearly' sixty ladies attended a miscellaneous shower for Miss Martha' Fourage which was held 'Monday afternoon in the Lutheran church parlors. Hostesses for the afternoon were. Mrs. Edward Behnkendorf, Mrs. Lu- Verne Wittmeier, Mrs. Pay Harmon and Mrs. Albert Nielson. : Those from out-of-town who attended the shower were Mrs. Ernest Behnltendorf of Bancroft, Mrs. Albert Voss of Webster City, Mrs. Art Geilenfleldt of Clear Lake, Mrs. Ruth <Ristau of Ventura, Mrs. Funk, Mrs. Arnold Meyer arid'Mrs.~B«rta Klatt >; all of Algona. I AUCTION LE == Household Goods, Appliances, Miscellaneous Items ,.. | Saturday, November 24 1 Dr. W. D. Andrews Residence, 1:30 P. M. H Mahogany coffee table; armchair; radio; mahogany writing H desk and chair; 2 rockers; table radio; mahogany dining 53 room set (china cupboard, dining table and 6 chairs); walnut H finish spool bed (double); walnut finish metal bed (three-quarter size), both beds with mattresses and springs). ff Two electric irons; one Hotpoint electric range; one electric H washing machine; one ironing board; several dozen quart [I fruit jars; heating stove (coal); play pen} baby scales; girl'* jES bicycle; 2 pairs skiis; one sled; one pair boy's shoe skates, = Several small articles: Book shelves, globes, tables, dishes, == serving cabinets, chests of drawers, etc, H Hospital bed and mattress, and other hospital furniture, Dr. W. D. Andrews L. E. Colwell, Auctioneer T«#m»? illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH Movfet III Seneca: The 'Seneca Teachers organization met at the Seneca school Friday evening, .Three educational films were shown by Supt. Gbwon, using the •new school projector. , Following this a short business meeting was held with Mrs, Chas. lOsbonv irt charge, in charge of the program were Mr. and Mrs. ,Tames vNyman, the Clarence psborns, Earl Grouchs and Miss Julia Con,well. Refreshments were served 'by -the Olaf Oftedahls, Otto Wie- bergs,. Harriet Henry Loofts. Olgen and the N Jay Thompson, who has been in the service several years, returned home Thursday. ! Sunday evening dinner guests at the Supt. R. L. Gowan home were Mr. and. Mrs. Henry Looft and sons and Thomas Curtis. Sharon Jeanene, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krause Was baptized at the local Lut'heraii church Sunday morning, Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Odey Chef- land, Ruby .and Aryls Cherland. Mtv'a'nd Mrs. Jens Halverson were hosts at a family get-togeth- er^dt their home 'Friday evening honoring Mrs. Albert Ullestad of Ringstedj, on her birthday anniversary; 3 Licenses To Wed •:•. Three licenses to wed were issued in the county clerk of court's office, this past week. On Nov. 10, Donald E. Bunkofske and Dagney Ravn of Swea City were given a license, and another went to Florian Neuroth of Algona and Letitia Kenne of Whittemore. On Nov. 8, John Geishecker of St. Joe and Beatrice Michaelson. of Hardy were issued a license. Ne'W f&eelvM'is .IfteMfe 1 fftotfi i^WiS'.,-:; ftfiyrftg, that , IstlVferV; Sfltttftteifef had tiassea mtiy Sflttdafi Tn left imnneaintely to Bl jfresfeftt the (funeral bit WSdriesday. . f Spend ffiillff^y ftdrfi f The Migi&! PSI •fieii'r'te arid ^Knthei'lhe R6\vttn Of St, PSiil'-spfent a week end- reee"rttly : <at- itftb homo of- Mf;- and Mrs, L.i E. 'Ltnnaft. Miss Reardoil- \S Mi's. L6b WnSSertburg's slslef. Slie and MUs RoWan afe employed irt tM Mirt- ne^otn • •*••••• i"""" ™"'".""" ""?'™"». -71.. i—. ..i..-™^—— ;— -— , —•- ~~^ r" /. ~. - ,, .; -"' •:.•-'*-;-•'•> 'f 'i&'vFn^^Wi. tiK'':MK-fM?:^:^]& pK"^!w$£C!jrab^ .••A^AY-:;:,.^^^ :v : ''$•*•• A Harrttw Escape ; ' Df, and Mrs, Edw. Capesius' of Fenton escaped sferlqils injuries but were well bruised, .when tnelr .machine left the road- at the Rd- man Ricke corrter, between , croft and Seneca,' and landed bottom side up in the fiver, Friday evening. Bud Anderson Returning Mr. and ,Mrs. Oscar Anderson have received word that "their son T-Sgt. Lyle (Bud) Anderson left Red Cross Calendar OFFICE HOUfiS,. 9'12t 1-S Office over S & L Store. After hotirs emergency—Call- Mrs. Vf. V. Kempley, Courl' iy Chairmani phone 801; Paul Seeley, home service* chairman, phone 828-J; Mrsif H. W. Miller, home service" corps' chairman, phone 700. „ All emergency furloughs of extensions of furloughs must be verified by the KossulK Red Cross. See your local chairman or Red Cross repre'-- seniaiive, or call one of the above. . 7tf MOTOR ''Prompt service; everything guaranteed. If a delay is necessary we furnish service motor free of charge. BtftfSHES, SWITCHES, MOTOR REPAIR PARTS CARRIED IN STOCK. PROMPT SERVICE ON Pratt Electric Co. Licensed Electricians Phone 170 Algona, Iowa Pilgrims The Pilgrims came here because'they ,wanted freedom and security , . . You have freedome—arid there never was a time to be more thankful for it » . , . You want security, too ... and that is something this bank can help you achieve, financially,; when you give us the opportunity and'the.privilege of serving you in every way we can. IOWA ITATE ALGONA Member Fe4eral Ralph Miller, ?re«We»V wNPSi - JUST IN TIME FOR THANKSGIVING A We /fellow,, he holds lots of cookies,. Brightly colored—* wonderful gift'lde.ft. : " Teakettle size. Sparkling : glass. A cheery whistle tells -. on when the water bolls. J.«J«F Glass Double Holler Ton can see what's cookin'., Guaranteed •• against heat breakage. Comic Book by Walt Disney " follow the' exciting adventures of Donald •nd l >Belc'ey;i/.- rnllcolor.:' ':•.. .' V'.-•'< ."V '"'•'.'•..' Here are the favorite stories of childhood—good adven- I ture i tales-' crammeduwltli-' • wholesome excitement;' Protects Table Finish! Dish Mat Set : Her head tilts and turns and .her long-lashed eyee move. Ninetesn-incli. ; . 6x8-ln. and one JxlO- atB. Sturdy flbertoar* fruit; or floral design. For2to8YearGld$ Rocker. He'» * Toig t elloy-T atout" twelve inches long. "Wean a big ribbon <Jbow>' : . .',, folks to r]tfe. OVoioe of . Educational, Fun Tool • '- m^- ; -^H t I It lack 'Board! 1.89 and numbers. Btanda two incfces Jilgfty ,,.. eFomon^ Firestone AWAY OR UUDGET PLANS. i.VM^V.Vjaapf^

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