The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 6, 1945 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 6, 1945
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tbhe R^ek! Blends o* Dave Weber vftni td and —--,: « HTW *T wci went to •wiBf ^{?1«^ ttiVerfiary,' '!'*««•* -nutJI""T.. " :•""»• fea nmgsaori, Mr ---•j rT-H-iErwlh Schwelteftt Mr ahd Mrs, fern Drone; M>. and .Mrs. Myron Ghlpman, Mr. am Mrs. Win. Boetteher, Mr. anc Mrs., Ghas. Scott, Mr. ahd Mrs • f -*i fiugah, all of Burt,.arid Mr Mrs, Dave Lyhch of Lone s Webers were', presented ...... -«,..t silver dollars from the couples, ,•'• •,•'•- Ilotrie oh Furlough-* , .Pvt. Meivin Kueck arrived a* the parental Henry Kueefc hoftle , Thursday from Camp Robinson Ar £., for ,a 14 day furlough. Sgt and Mrs,,E.•.«. Mlttag arrived thr M m .li«^ !r° m Cherry Point ffgrth'Carolina, for :a,visit until Wednesday this week. Suridai dinner guests at the Kueck homr were Mr. and Mrs.. Marvin KueaK and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. MaynarV Kueck and family of Swea City Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jensen B "rt. Mr. and,Mrs. H. F. Mittaj- and Mrs. Mine Mittag, all of Lonf Rock. . , CLASSMATES AT £*{$?«• MM.: John Tieman end. at a, "hankie shower" igft Irene Bleekwenn, Sat- afternddri. it was .1 Ensign EHeckween's birthday anniversary. Quests w^re ;; elassmateB of Mrs. Tieman and Ensign Bieckwehn who -were Mrs. Merwyn Wlddel, wrs. Arnold Dreyer, Mrs, Forrest flanifan and Miss, Ruth Weisbrod, who was recently discharged from hef anny after serving 3 years as jfil army nurse. Other guests were £rs. Theo. Belckwenn, Mrs. Rex Volfe- and Linda Lou Wlddel. ijnaign : Bleckwenn had served In lawaii,, as .a havy nurse for 0 months and after her furlough he will report back to the Great December is. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Newel moved their household goods to Thor .Monday. They will make their home .there, as Mr. Newell will fun a hardware store. Hadley Bailey spent Sunday With his sister Mrs. Whitlow and family of Armstrong. ' Mr. and Mrs. Kern Elrick and son .Bryan of Berrtljl, Minn., spent from Saturday evening to Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Elrick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Weis brod. .THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1945 ti . Dre yer went to Grand Rapids, Minn., Friday to visit with his, grandadughter Mary Alice Rossiter. He returned Saturday accompanied by'Mary Alice, as she will be here over the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Will.Weisbrod and Bill Stoeber were entertained at dinner Sunday, at the J. A G home. Out of the Navy— Alton ;M. Petftt, CMMlr, called home Sunday evening fromMin^ neapolls .saying he was receiving' his -d schafge there Monday: arid' would 'be, in Albert L6a Monday evening. Mr. and .Mrs. Oep." Pettit and Bernard drove there Monday evening to meet him. ' •' , The Vern' Hoppes of Whittemore were Sunday guests: at the BS Hoppe hdme. , . • , . The Marlnus -NielsOn family were Sunday visitors at the Emil Person home. , ; •,. • . fed Krueger of Tltonka visited Sunday afternoon at the Alex Krueger hom». . , . Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bates were Sunday evening visitors ati'the vlex Hawks home. Ollva Mueller and Lloyd Johnon of Fgnton spent Sunday even- ng at'the Clifford Mueller home. . :Mrs. Kenneth Bates spent the •week-end;at the home of her sister Mrs. Maynard Kueck of Swea City.' •:,;•.;, • •, ;• '/; •'• Mr. arid: Mrs; Jim Ackermah and son- of Vehtur'a-spent Monday and Tuesday at the Alex Krueger home.. , .. ..-' "' ••'••:• • •• 'Mr. arid. Mrs.'I. W."Nelson and Mrs. Andrew Thomson spent Sat, lirday evening at the Chris Knutsen- home at Hurt. Mr. • and'vMrs. Eric Seegebarth were Sunday evening dinner f uests of Eric's mother Mrs. John eegebarth,'Algbna. V Mr. and Mrs. Leo Elsbecker and LaWreftCe Kockler of Bancroft were Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Jessie. Stebritz; ,. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson .and-.sons.- Howard and Charles were Sunday dinner guests o£ Mrs. Lillle Thompson. Mr. and Mrs, unue Behrends spent Sunday at the home of Mrs. Behrends 1 sister, the Everett Riehar.dsons of Algona. : Mr., and Mrs. Wayne Wickwire ahd Mrs. Hattie • Burlingame of Algona spent Friday evening at the Clair Bellinger home. Mr. and Mrs. Amey Cherland and family visited Mrs. Cherland's parents Mr. and Mrs. Jens T. Jensen of Ringsted on Sundayr- Pvt. James Coady left for Europe on Nov. 18 according to word received recently by his parents Mr.- and Mrs. James Coady Sr. The M. A. Richard family spent Sunday at; the A. L. Greenfield's. Algona. They visited at the Clif Holding home at Burt Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan BlancharJ spent Saturday night and Sunday . '£ity$M$£$$ e f$$%wi?^^^^ at the R. A. Beano home at shire. Mr. Beahe was former school superintendent here. ' Geo. Leininger, brother of Mrs Rudolph Tietz, recently received his discharge from the navy after four years in the service, most of which was served overseas. . Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Peril of Fairmont, Minn., and Mrs. Herman Dreyer and daughter Ruth of Fenton were visitors Friday evening at the Emil Kraft home. Clarence Householder has been on the sick list this week suffering from the flu. His son Bill Householder of Fenton was a Visitor there Saturday and Sunday. The Merwin Marlow family spent Sunday afternoon at the Paul Olson home at Burt. Pfiul recently received his discharge from the navy after two years overseas duty. . Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kraft received a telegram Monday morning i'om their son Clarence Kraft, MOMMlc, stating his, arrival at San Francisco, and that he would be discharged and home soon. , Douglas Kirby Jergenson, infant son of Pvt. and Mrs. Dean Jergenson, was baptized Sunday at the morning services of the local Presbyterian church. Bode Cagers Win Vernoiv Bi-adgate Game* In Past Week Bode: The Bode boys and girls basketball teams scored a victory over their opponents in two games last week—one with Vernon consolidated on Tuesday night, there, and one here Friday night with Bradgate, Call from California- Mrs. Melvin Bratland received a long distance call from her husband Thursday, Nov. 29, stating he had arrived that day at Oakland, Calif., and would be in the Oakland hospital for a short time before returning home. Luteflsk Dinner— A lutefisk disser will be serv- :d In the Lutheran church dining room Saturday evening, Dec. 8, beginning at 5:30 and continuing until all are served. Auxiliary Xmas Party- Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 5, ;he American Legion Auxiliary ield a meeting at the homeof Mrs. Sidney Holland. The meeting was Section Two—Eight Pages VOL. 8D-^ in the nature of a Christmas party Buys Barber Shop- Russell J. Anderson has purchased the barber shop equipmen: from Leonard Schmidt and has opened his shop in the same location. Ho is a returned service man, having spent 6 years barbering iti Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rood attended a two day school on taxes In Ames last week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stanzel and children of Sac City were recent visitors at the home of her father N. A. Nasby. Richard Salern, radio man 3-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Salern, left San 'Francisco Thanksgiving morning for Japan. •Fred Benjamin, Sl-c, after a several days leave at the home of his parents reported to DCS Moino:; Tuesday for reassignment. Capt. and Mrs. LeRoy Knger arrived Saturday evening at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Axc-1 Enger. Capl. Ehger is' on terminal leave and has just returned . from Korea. Rev. and Mrs. Olaf Rossing arrived Sunday evening from Clo- ouet, Minn., called here by the serious illnesg of his mother, who has been seriously ill at her home as the result of a stroke. M. L. Hauge of St. Paul accc-m- pasied by his sister Mrs. G, R. Smith and daughters Marian and Kathleen, after a several days visit at the home of Mr. and Mss. J. P. Jensen, have retui-ftfed to their homes. ,4'r Cpl. Lloyd Weridt of the army air Corps, arrived at Portland, Oregon, last week -•• from Yokohama, Japan, after 2i/6 years of service in the army air corps most of which_was spent in the Philip Spoils Sleep Tonight* Surprisingly fast, Vicks Va-tro-nol—a few drops up each nostril—works right where trouble is to open up your nose—relieve stuffy transient congestion that makes it hard to get to sleep. You'll like the way it brings relief. (NOTE: Va-tro-nol is also grand for relieving sniffly, sneezy distress of head colds.) Follow directions in folder. iflii 'A Heljcat sooptiiig off a plane-carrier'g deck neyeii! bad pfcfc-up Uk^ his. And he flies the ekiep eeri easier— 'in the ' . it powered— «w|depiived ipf had pin^4- by war-bre4 CPIOCP N-tan« gasoline. War gn th« \yjng. as yo^jknow, .demanded extremes qr^ti.kRpclk power> •Proudly w mi that ', Qft M •-. i'S.^.,*™- ••' ~" .?.'" w .,..*.:, !. -^ ^- , ••<•' I ^^^^^.'j^i^^^' : :,;.• OLD AMERICAN .IN the last few years, the public has placed an -extremely high. premium on quality. .As. a result, ZENDER'S merchandise with a high standard of oraftsmanship has enjoyed a demand that is unsurpassed in our many years of serving the people of this community. are DURING these times when quantities of quality merchandise procure, our reputation for handling quality merchandise has never been soiled—and never will be. As we enter this Christmas Season, we have made every effort to stock this store with quality gifts from the same popular, nationally- advertised lines that will satisfy.-• TRUE, IT IS NOT A NORMAL-TIMES SUPPLY, BUT ENOUGH TO SATISFY YOUR MAN-OF-THE-HOUSE with the selection as great or greater than you can find anywhere else. Our, sales force is prepared to servq you with traditional couT" tesy arid efficiency, and will ntafe^ every effprt toward tojn§r satisfaction, . On behalf of Zender's we salute our many, friends with GREETINGS OF THE SEASON and look forward to helping you , select gifts. ^^^^-' v';.'..^^^pV.'-'/^B.:^P • JBH^^ ,',. '• HUHl'

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