The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 22, 1945 · Page 10
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S15L MRS. m VOMJT, FENTON, PASSES Fenton, Mrs. Wfn. Vblgt passed away at the fimmetsburg hospital Sunday morning. The United Service Women of Fenton made $200 at their gift sale Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stevens of Oregon are parents' of a son Richard Orayton. Mrs. Anna Osbofn is spending a few days with Her sister Mrs. Jennie Jensen at Ringsted. Mrs. Art Mueller attended a shower at Algona Sunday for Mrs. Halloway, nee Vedalia Klatt. • ;,. Herbert Pfeul of the 'army is spending a furlough ,wdth his parents, Rev. and Mrs. F. C. Preul. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Berkland and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Truman Thompson home in Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Hale and daughter Beth Ann were Tuesday dinner and supper guests at the Harry Haase home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rath and daughter Marcella of Stewart, Minn., came Friday and spent the weekend at the Carl Beck home. Mrs. E. K. Johnson and daughter Eunice and Mrs. Wendell Rusch spent Sunday afternoon With Mrs. Kate Wegener in Algona. Mrs. C. F. C. Laage arid Mrs. W. E, Laage entertained, at the C F. C. Laage home Friday in honor of Mrs.' Ray Berke of Fort Worth, Tex. : . , "Mr. and &rs. Harry Haase had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gross and family of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gross and Mr..and;Mrs.iPeter Hayenga. Rev., and Mrs, A. F. Rehder and Bert and Grant drove to Storm Lake Sunday. Mrs. Rehder and boys remained at the parental Bert Schuelke home while Rev. Rehder went on to Wall Lake to attend a meeting. Mrs. Ray Berke of Fort Worth, Tex., spent a few days last week at Graettinger with Mrs. Dean Johnson and with others who were pupils when she taught school. Mrs. Berke is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Weisbrod. Mrs. Johnson accompanied Mrs. Berke back to Fenton and spent a day here. • . • Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen were Thanksgiving day guests at Swea City with the letter's parents-Mr. andiMrs. C. G. Dourte. Thanksgiving is an American tradition. It has the glow of good fellow- Ship, and the reverence for the Giver of all good things. It is also >a tradition for Americans to own their homes and we will HELP YOU OWN YOURS Algona Federal Savings & Loan Phone 55 Portland Club Met At Drone Home PortfSnd! The Portland Prog' ress club met Thursday, Nov. 15, with Mrs. Fern Drone. -The prize in a Contest in charge of Mrs. Mennett Trunkhlll was won by- Miss Peckham. Assisting hostesses were Mesdames Franz Teeter, Aftdy Nauman, and Clifford Young. Th'e Portland Service club is to meet Thursday, Nov. 29, with Mrs. Tom Tfenary. < Student Nurses Virginia Mc- Whortfer and Drusilla Hansen of Rochester were weekend guests at their respective homes. HONOR SONS AT LUVERNE DINNER A family gathering was held Sunday at the homeof Mr .and Mrs. W. A. Wood of LuVerne in 'honor of their 'three sons who arc now discharged from the service. They are Walden "Bill" discharged from the navy Oct. 9; Condal discharged from the army Nov. 15, and Robert discharged from the army Oct. 3. Those attending the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Welter and family from 'Nashua, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wood and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wood and family from Charles City, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Leist and family of Clare, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Wood of Bode, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wood and family of -LuVerne, Arlenc and Geraldine Von Bank of Irvr .ington and the Wood children at home. Dagne Ravn And Don Bunkofske Wed •Swea- City: Miss Dagne Ravn daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Ravn and Donald Bunkofske, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bunkofske, were married -Sunday afternoon, Nov. 18 at a Ringsted church. Mrs. Mafy Peters, 111 has been visiting her .sister-in- law, Mrs. Wm. Oieblef ana ' ' ' ' " Mr. and Mrs, Lebh ClapSaddle,; Galva, la., visited at the h6fne of Mr. and Mrs. Haf vey SteVeft, Monday. -..'':. .';• Mrs. Kate Egser, Cylinder; canie home with her daughter Mrs. Martin Mimbach the last of the week arid Is Visiting there this week. : -. • • • :t>r; arid Mrs. C. A. Shtley, Joan and Susan of Qraettingef, were weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sim Befrtis and family. The-ladies are sisters. A. L. Allen, John H. Diets!, M-Sgt. John Diet* Jf. of Des. Moines, Honier Hornaday of Irt- dianola, were dinner guests Sat* urday in the Glenn Gabrielsbn home. ' • , Miss Jennie Eckhoff, Fred Meyer and two sisters and Edna Eckhoff, of Kanawha, were Sun? day afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Pearl Beukema and family. . .-; Mrs. Mary Peters, who has been visiting here the past several weeks with relatives, returned to her home, in Lanark, 111., Jast week. Mrs. Peters is 86 years old and does all her traveling alone by train. New Operator At J Standard Oil, Wesle^':;, Wesley: ' Pelbert • BeVitori 'took over the Standard Oil Station that Albert Neuroth has? been- -operating for the past four years... Benton, and. hist'brotherj'in-law, Kenneth DWyer, also operate'tw6 corn shelters, four* livestock and, general trucks, 'a(id pne oil trans*, port truck. ; .-.', "..'.' . '%; They employ -Ed .Neuroth, ZenO; Neuroth, George Ama and Fred Harr. . Mrs. Dwyer and two children'; will move to - Wesley as soon as- they find living quarters. J^jjfflBtiSSj- ALOPX,; IOWA ,. ..,. jSbjSD^^;{' Vl ''''"'" For Mrs. Sarchett : ; ':^ ( ^c:^'^:i}v,^fA J !v^}(-f^ieijf. i- -'S^'''^^-:^^^^^!!!^ •. : '-f^'>y'^^>'K ; '!i^ . ':. '. '": '-'•' . '-'-~: " '"••"'".•: • ;/!•:•;'-. ~ .>. .-•'&**''.• ' • -' -I,' 1 •V^y.',-,-"'.''.;,v i; ,'-.'&,*! • -' '-"1<-^ 'U^'^ : "' "? ^ i ' ^ /•"-•'•. I,'?--?' •:•." ""' V>'V '<"??•- '"^ hiv^-'S ". ^fel^aS-Ji £i^'®'']&£'>" S^^^^'''^^^ 'S^SSSi^&MMiM-IIMlMl. coffiers: Was fe surprise birihday alfinef Sufittky for MM. .ttovmd Sftfchett at;tRe Ray §ftt#fce'U home. Those §t* tending besides the hdftoree Welfe Mr. aftd Mrs. Otto Harlati and Ronald, Mft and Mrs. Arie Dltt- rner and family, Mrs., and Mrs. Qiiintert Bjustront' aAd, family, Mrs. .Jessie Mito|*6UyJ and Rev. afid Mrs. Ralph Kitterman and 'spH Of Good; H6pe,; t _ , '"•' Mr. and Mrs. Herbert , Wallace of Penton .were Sunday . dinner guests at the W, , Ray Smith hftfne. ....... JBetty, anUKafeti,; lets of Mr. awd Mfs. M; & panhewlll of Alg&ttSj dpelit Saturday at the John Rlelt home. Mr. and Mrs* ftusseil .Wllket and family and Mft and Mrs, Howard Rahey were Sunday night supper guest a at Mrs. Sherwood Potter's, It being a surprise on Mrs. Potter*/ the oo* casion, her birthdays Rex Taylor Home v Aviation Cadet Rex. Taylor received his discharge from .Sioux City army air cbrps base, Nov. 1. He -and his wife are at their home and he is now connected With the Taylor implement Co. .here. iteiii a eo'flt of |>al|it:.aM having thi house co^ferM'wltft asbfestes shift 1 -' gie% A f6fme# porch «croSS the front of the house was femovetf and a vestibule' added in Its place, liuvernei Funeral services were held .Wednesday at l:3ti, p. m. M the Lutheran church for, Mfs. Errimft Qberhelmah, Who died Sim* day at her home Heae Cbtwith. Rev. Louis Wittenburg' officiated, K. D. JAM€S, Algona FARMERS Do You Know We Now Have In Stock & Sets of Heavy Tractor Chains. ,6 Oil Burner Tank Heaters, Bargains. 10" Cob Burner Tank Heaters. Heavy Duty Steel-Gates; Farm Toys for Xriias Presents. -Medicatsd Hog Oilers and'Oil—Bargain. Automobile and Tractor Batteries. 1 Set 10-36 Kelly Tractor Tires. 1 Set 11-38 Kelly Tractor Tires. Tractor Rims—Front and Rear. 6 Rutiedge Bate Hay Hoists. Buy these while available. Lift 8 bales at one time. 2 New Wisconsin VE-4 Motors, Just Arrived. Limited Supply of New Plow Shares! USED MACHINES 1 Rubber Tired Farm Trailer. 1 Feed Grinder. Full Line J. I. Case Part?, and Service. Taylor Implement Co. Phone 257 Algona, Iowa TOKYO - VICTORY PARADE VICTORY LOAN TRAPPERS ATTENTION AGAIN WE ARE IN THE MARKET FOR YOUR RAW FURS. ALWAYS TOP PRICES PAID FOR HIDES AND FUR. WE WlfcL BE OPEN UNTIL 9:30 ON SATURDAY NIGHTS DURING THE FUR 3EASON. Frank Cook's Scrap Iron & Metal PHONE 848 SOUTH ON W*ll, It't'lprt;.. , We came through the greatest danger in our ' history, to our greatest victory. '.;•. The price of that victory—in blood and in money •—was high. • We can thank God that the price in blood is paid in full. There will be no more deaths in battle, no more new casualties. But the price in money it still not quite paid! Your money is still needed'by the men who helped to pay in blood. Hospitalization for the wounded, the disabled. Artificial limbs for the men who have given their real ones. And help for the wives and orphans of the men who gave everything. Your money Is still needed for the education and training of our veterans—to help them find a real place in the America they saved for all of us. Just as the money you lent (at interest) in the seven American War Loans helped pave the way for victory, the money you lend now in the Victory Loan will help secure the fruits of that victory. Not only for our veterans and casualties—but for you. For these Bonds are still the world's safest investment. They are still the way to insure yourself the security and peace of mind that come from safe, substantial savings! ,«< This Is the last time you will be asked to buy extra bonds! * It's a great opportunity to help yourself while saying "Thanks!" in a very important way to the men who made our victory possible! ^Following the Victory Loan, the tale <of E, F, and O U.S. Savings Bonds will continue through' regular authorized agencies and through the'-Payroll Savings Plan. is on r This Space is Contributed to Our Country by Algona Bakery Algona Coffee Shop Algona Co-Operative Creamery Co. Algona Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n' Algona Flour & Feed Co. Algona Greenhouses Algona Hwdware, O. F. Peterson Algona Hotel Algona Ice. Crearn Factory Algona; Implement Co. Algona Laundry He-Dry Cleaners Algona Maytag Store •Algona -National Farm -Loan• Ass'n ' -•• :••..-••.• Algona Produce, John Dreesman Algona Skelgas Service/ Jess Peen> Prop. Algona Upper Pes Moines : Allen Motors Pr. E, J. Anderson Arnold Motor Supply Berry's Recreation Parlor H. W. Becker Sporting Goods Store Ben Franklin Store Bjustrom Furniture Co, R. S. Blossom Ins. Agency L. S. Bohannon Ins. Agency Borchardt's Drug tt Jewelry Bolsford Lumber Co, Dr. M. 6. Bourne Bradley Bros., Implements Brown'* p»iry Store R; {2, jBtistiiieilf Wl^to FrOQf TftT^ 1 ' ChrUchilles'' Christensen's Chrome Service & Cafe Clement & Briggs Barber Shop Coast to Coast Store Consumers Wholesale Council Oak Store Cowan Building Supply Co, Dr. C. H. Cretzmeyer Dau Garage and Body Shop Dinette— Paul Hudson Druggists' Mutual Ins, Co, Of Iowa Dutch's Super Service Dr. A. J, Eason Elk Cleaners & Furriers European Hotel, R, A, Johnson. Mgr, . . Finn's Bakery Foster Furniture Store Fox ft Winket, Veterinarian* Funk $ Deim '--..- Qalbraith Pool H»M , Gamble Store Genrich Radio Shpp Graham Department Store Qreenberg Auto Supply Mel P. QriWMv Raesjy Lumber Co, Grptte Cafe . . Harms Oil Co., PniHiPi 68 Hswcpl* ft Ogf Joel M, Jfw^lt Pr, J, p, Herrig Hub Clothiers H. D. Hulchins, Farm Sales Hutchison & Hutchison HuxJable Home and Auto Supply Iowa' State Bank* . K. D. James, Drugs Duane Jensen, 7<Up Kent Motor Co, jCirk Auto Co. Klamp's Service Station Kohlhaas Hardwiwre JCossHth County Advance Kossuth County Credit Bureau - Kpssuth County Hstcbery Kossuth County Implement Store Kossuth County Mutual Fire IRS, Motor Co. Oil Co, National Tea Co. \ Jamps Neville Shoe Store ' F. S, Norton ft Son Norton Machine Works Ohnesorpe Prug Store O. K. Rubber Welders Perciva} Motor* Garage * Pioneer Hi8re4 Seed Corn Co, Potter Lockers Pratt Elec»« Bay's Jacls Sprat Richardson Furniture Rising Elevator Roscoe's M^rkpt S 8? 1U Store \ . Pr, F, S? Sawyer l^aina Dr, R, W, . . Linnan ft tynch Long's Photo 8twdio J, D, Lowe •-;,, -, , Lusby 8t Giossi Mad«on «? Mainliner Pr, , BrewnbUt Shoe 8*919 Belly I? Chapel Midwesi Ssjfviei Call and S4 Tl»wlf«* tjoenlc Motor Pr, Karl R, Hojp4'» Grocery ^

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