The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 29, 1945 · Page 12
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PAGE FOUR- AHREND HANS NEW LAKOTA LUTHERAN BROTHERH'D HEAD Lakota: The following officers ,wcro elected at the Lutheran Brotherhood meeting last week: Ahrend Hans, president; Arthur T.'ctz, vice president; Ray Hertzke, sccretary-terasurer, and will take office the coming year. Coining and Going— Mi-, and Mrs. Edward Kaemer arc moving about Dec. 1 into the E. J. Head house in the west part o£ town until such time as Mr. Head 19 discharged from service. Mr. Kaemer, who has recently oeen discharged from service, is he new manager o£ the .Thompson lumber yard here. A. D. Austin who has been manager here for several years is moving his family to Rock Rapids, Iowa, where he is now manager. • MM. Arlerte Quady has purchased the Austin 'residence and will live there. Brings Bride Home— Winston Schroeder, recently discharged from the air corps, and his bride came home recently and are visiting at his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder. A Rippcutrop Daughter— A daughter was born at the Forbes hospital in Swea City last week to Mr. and Mrs. Atvlft Rl{$* pehtrop. This mak63 a family of two girls and one boy In the fam« ny. _^_ Itotne Project Meeting— A home .project meeting was held at the Jerry Heetlands Friday, Nov. 16, with 'Lillian Peckham, H. E., in charge. The lesson was on cleaning and reconditioning sewing machines and Miss Peckham supervised the work as the Women did the work on the machines. Ten women attended. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Koppen and baby visited relatives at Waseca, Minn., Sunday. The Rev. F. F. Darauer and family were Thanksgiving guests with the Rev. Alfred Mardorfs at Titonka. LIVABLE MODERN Custom-Quality and built-in comfort are exclusive features found in this new style modern suite. You sink deeply in the luxurious cushions and the back is made to fit you. Choice fabrics. Price • $195.00 Chairs Ranging from $9.75 and Up Radio Tables Lvn-.p Tables End Tables Coffee Tables Tier Tables and Up \\nnt 11 gift for a modern room; Choose one of these smart chairs in just the right fabric. Need one for a traditional room? Here it is, carved, in .walnut or mahogany. They're comfortable . . . they're smart, and a pair of them would make the ideal gift. €ND TABL€S AR€ US€FUL Perfect little mahogany tables to give a "lilt" to the room. So beautifully designed that you may purcha.se them in sets of two and three. A Eft) and up Hundreds of HOME Gift Items for Early, Shoppers ^ Jtobeft , charged from servlfie, i&rtie last Week to visit his and Mrs. Guy fieeffie Vef n& Wlrtjes aCcoi grandparents Mr, and Mrs. Heftry Wlrtjes to Garner Sunday to. vislf at the Guy Stott home, ftbriM Olthoff, who la s ing college at Cedar Falls, attd Jane Steerthard, who attends fo* bin busines sat 'Fort Dodge, spdht Thanksgiving week end with their, respective parents. Mesdames Albert McCarthy, Russell Winter, George Eriheri,, Jerry Heetland and Miss Henrietta' Boeckleman attended a,U. S.-W. county convention at Luther halt in Swea City last \v"eek., • The A. E. Andersons Came hbtfte Saturday from the E. R. Bollards at West Union where Mrs. Anderson and Sherry Lou had been yl'S^ iting -the past two weeks arid "Andy" joined them for Thanksgiving. '..•'•• Mr. and Mrs.' Paulson aha daughter Caroline, and Patty and Delos King went UK. Omaha last 'week Wednesday f6WvThanks|jlv-> ing dinner with Mrs. Paulson's mother Mrs. King. They returned Friday. ;' Little Kent Gerzema, who has been cared for "by Mr's,.,Gerzenia's sister Mrs. John Bruns at. Buffalo Center since Mrs. Gcrzema's recent illness, was brought home for the Thanksgiving week' end With his family. The Lutheran missionary meeting was held with Mrs. Mar!e Ebert at her home last week Wednesday afternoon. The Rev. F. ,,F. Darnauer was re-elected chairman of the society and Mrs. Rich- lEj^RiiAsM iLedyatvfli; "Willis: Bygif:w'ho" his teen a tnaste sarKsant Irt * the quafterfnflStef Corps', of the air iorces at Miafrii; Bea6h, J*la., re* turfied home Wednesday having received his discharge. Willis Is the oldest son of Mr, .and Mrs.-H. M.'Dyer and'was, in service 4; years and 8 months, Early In >Decerrtber Willis expects to go back to Chicago to resume his Worlt ; In' the traffic department of the Northwestern railroad* The Dyers have one other son Still In service, Howard, who Is Stationed In'Japan. Glenn, a third soft, was discharged this fall. Ex-Wesley Editor's Son A Bridegroom Wesley: News reached Wesley last week that Morton Stur-. divant, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Sturdivant. of Winlock, Wash., was married lately to Mrs. Dorothea Adams of Iowa City. Mrs. Adams and son James' Jr. have been living in Iowa City, since the death of her husband. Dr. James Adams at Akron, O., in a car acciden'., iii 1942. Morton has been in the navy over 20 yenrs ago v The Sturdivants were former Wesley residents, • and published , the Wesley ".News-World, 1 arid-Zertske. was re-elected sec- retar5$;reaSurer., November 29 (s Free Movie ' ^y<^#iyWXXX^^ & $r«jfo*»^^ FOR RESULTS USE UPPER DESMOINES WANT ADS. Everyday L,ow Prices • Sure . . . But, .. There Are A Few Post-War "Price Treats" For You. DOWNYFLAKE DONUTS Made Fresh Hourly . 2 DONlJjS COFFEE COOKIES ;;.j.p^29c Sunshine I Hji KRKPY^RACKERP 2 ^ 33c FRUITCAKES each Strained j HEINZ BABY |00% cach BAKER'S COCOA ; oibox 7c PRtCt Carnation Q '''••'"' 0 K A MILK V for SaVV PANCAKE FLOUR Dixianna . Buckwheat Plain 3 lb. bag 3 lb. bag 15c BEEF ROAST Jb 26c FRANKFURTERS ' TREAT Skippy < ... PEANUT CATSUP CRISCO RING BOLOGNA SALMON CHOPS Assorted COLD MEATS Pure PORK SAUSAGE Buy In Case Lots And Save! .Vz gallon < HONEY.......: Clinton PUDDINGS 4^160 t , 0 I 4 4 I TEXAS SEEDLESS Grapefruit, doz. . 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