The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1945 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 13, 1945
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, DEC. 13. 194$, ISfDKENAUOST _ Lakota: Mesdames Jerry Uken r>» n li. ° mitn vvor e hpstesde Mo the Acorn club Friday evenin Im Mfsi'Ukerta's.' ; t • «. |* Audrey Hastings read a Christ "rias sloty enlftlod, The Tree" thB 3idn't Got Trimmed"; Carol iwore led by Mrs, C. A. Chit Iknocht,' • • .. A Mesdames Gutknechl and J I w. Cook sang a duet, "Watchman |«TolJs tTs of the Night." Mrs • DeNa Smith gav'c VUalk on ^Christmas Thoughts, • ,MrsV- C.'# I Gulknecht will be h<*t$s}' t'oUh" I January 3 meeting. I Chrisimas Shopping Among 'unit of toWn shop'por_ i;^ s t Week were: Mrs. George jHeetlahd and'Mrs.'Frandis-Ad- Jams, and the A. K.-JohnsonsrAl- P/&ona, Saturday; Bob MittaS PWnynoj Hdtetland,' the-A.- Boefcel I mans, 1 Mrs, Russell Winter, Mr? &C. c. GutkrfeehV, Emma Out- I Knecht, Geneyiqwe Brewer, Mrs, J J. H, Warburlon, Mrs. H. H, Mur 1 - iray and two daughters,-, Mrs. Id« |Smlth,?Mrs. Hatf Smith, Mr. and (Mrs. W. E."L"dyV Mrs.' W.'D.^y land Marvel Odland, to Mason JCity; the George Ennens. the •Henry. ; Olthofs, Mrs. Arnold •Becker and son, Mrs. Wilbur IWirtjes and Mrs. Isenberger, El- Imore, 'Minn. •Returns For Visit ..'Harry Needham arid \vife •drove--to Lakota -early, l^st 1 week Ito visit at the L. J. Needhams. jHarry,-. who made his home at •the Needhams has been in ser- JVice more than three years and •spent most of the;time in fr rfi'edi I'idal hospital in il Mohtana? : fte'wqs' |discharged last fall and now Ifmakes his home in Colorado' ^Springs'.' Harry was married two years ago''and-they were-.going to g'exas; to visit Mrs.- Needham's parents' for"'-a--' 1 feW > weeKs/'Mfter' fwhich they will return to Colorado Springs"; 'Where Harry' Will vork for Sears, Roebuck & Co. Tiey ( lefjt here, Thursday, , ..,_„,. i; Veda Collison of Earlham, la., 's visiting her cousin Mrs. Amy Penny; . . t. Mr. • and Mrs. C. C. Gerzema in'Buffalo cen Sortie neai I^p'FfldayV^'. ,,;. The Jerry Heetlahds spent Sunday with their daughter and family, the Vefrbn Smiths', i 'Mf,< arid.Mrs, Winston Schroedor left fof Evanaville. Wis., via Irain front Algbfta Friday eveni mg. .They have , been .visiting Winston^ ,rfiiWiny h s ere far ' several weeks and'now plan'.to stay wUh MrSii S^hroeder's fqther until. Wlnntbn ^niters school in, Ames in February, ' .• Mrs. -Ida Smith -had" fl Jetler ffoiri Mrs. Sadife ' Larimer- ".from Iklenj Minn., saying she had? just visited her sister, Mrs. William Turley at General hospital, Minneapolis, and reports her condition much the same. Mrs. TurJay sufered a brain hemorrhage several weeks ago, ' I,r Ottosen Takes A Game From Rodman i , Ottosen: The Ottosen boys ,and 4ifls basketball teams tangled with Rodman on the home flooi 1 Friday evening with the boys winning by a' score of, 34"l6 > ''26. The girls were defeated 3$ to, 32. Last Monday-evening both the >pys first and, second teams won rom Dee Moines township.' The earns have a coach now, so after ome, practices they will really be' in' 'the''winhing. ...Mr: Bryant Of Pe.rry,is the new coach. He 'wds", recentlyj'dischargr ed from ;the armed, iforcesi atid has been here since Thanksgiving. ligh Corn Yield '; OttosfriiV. Mike':.CoyleV .^drmer esidertt? ••ndrthe'ast'.'-of'-'Ot'tosen, was a winner in the DeKalb 'ield contest in Kossuth county. iis corn yielded 84 bushels to he acre, which put him in', the irst five from the county. He ecei Ved ••'a*' geriuirie -leathei* * bill- old for all his efforts. jon_e Rock Substitute 'Lone'Sock:'' 'Mrs.-' WC,'.' Flaig' s acting as substitute *.eacher in igh school, teaching . mathematics and home economics until new : teacher can be secured. RITES FOR FORMER BORT WOMAN HELD THERE TUESDAY Burt: Funeral services for Mrs. Ellen Hantia, a former Burt resident, .who died Friday, at the home of her daughter in MJnne- apolis, were held at the Burt Methodist church Tuesday afternoon. Burial was in' the Burt cemetery. Mrs. .Hanria is survived by her daughter, Mrs, J. W. Boi'resqn,, Mifiheapdlls;, and one.-son, Ben iflanna Sh'andler, S. D.,,-.a'brother. Jbnalhah HuU hurt, Gliddcn, also survives her. Called''by Illness* The;Rcv. A,-vdC Heddle was called • .to Cherokee Friday '•• by news that his wife, was sick with double pneumonia. Mrs. ; Heddle,.,who had'suffered a nervous breakdown, had been taken to Lhc hospital there Monday for 'reatnient. By Sunday her condition was much .improved.,, . Vislied at Tjtonka The Dean Andrews family and Mrs". J. D. Andrews visited Sunday afternoon at the Mrs. How-, ird Andrews home at Titonka. Mrs. J.'D. Andrews remained'for a week's visit with her. daughter- in-lpwi' • '• ••'•••• .ALGONA UPPER DES M#lNES^ ALGt>NA IOWA Spinal Meningitis • •';• Mrs; J. L. : Miller and Mrs. Ei /; P. 'Frederickson were Mason City visitors Saturday. • ;' •'. >.!• ' ' • . ,, ( Mrs.' Neva Ollpm went to Brit Sunday to visit her mother. The, •, Birthday • Circle met Fri day af ternoop' jvith'' ' Mrs'.- • Fre Lavrenz. . •*• *• '"'•'The Busy Bee club meets Fri day afternoon at Mrs. Florence. Schiohtl's for ; a, Christmas,, party the.T. N,/T. met. with. Mrs. K P. Fredrickspn. Wedhe'sday , even ing for a celebration of her birth day* • - " * Mrs. Dale Kennedy, her rrfoth er, Mrs. Ed • Jacobson,- - anil • her daughter Lela, Mason City, spen Sunday at the W. T. Kennedy home. « The Holding boys were sick Santa Says -- PRACTICAL Our store is full of attractive useful ^ifts which every member of the family will enjoy having. " <; ' Suggestions USEFUL IFTS TABLE LAMPS SERVING TRAYS BOOK ENDS BOUDOIR LAMPS PERFUME SETS TABLE PLATEAUS ASHTRAYS CIGARETTE CASES WINE'CORDIAL SETS METAL WASTE BASKETS SILVER SALT AND PJEPPER SHAKERS In Louis XV Pattern FLOWERED WOODEN BOWLS LARGE ASSORTMENT HOLLYWOOD WARE * *' POKER CHIPS TENNIS RACKETS BASEBALLS ; WEATHER; HOUSE rf NUTCRACKER SETS ' '> *» . a GQ^f BASEBALL GLQVES KITCHEN STQpLJS CHILDREN'S ROCKER i i, LARGE ASSORTMENT 6f> WHAT NOT ITEMS *' POWER GRINPERS SCREW DRIVERS N®. - , ' \^--- '>i t AJ *A J ! with the flu last week Mrs, Holding came down with it Saturday. Mrs. Hugh McDonald, Dorothy McDonald, and Mrs. Andy Phillips, were Fort Dodge visitors Friday. The Donald Mitchells spent the weekend at the home of Mr. Mitchell's brother Fred Mitchell, Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dundas moved the first of the week into the upstairs rooms at Mrs. Dora Armstrong's. Mrs. A. G, Volontine spent Monday at the homo of -her daughter, Mrs. Gordon Whit* more, Algona. Larry Manus celebrated his eighth birthday Monday by entertaining a group of his friends at a party after school. Dr. and Mrs. Dean Clapsaddle were business visitors at Spencer last Thursday. Friday they went to Clear Lake ahd Mason City. ' Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Schmidt, Buffalo Center, were Sunday dinner guests at the Arthur Leason homo. The dinner was in honor of Mrs. Schmidt's birthday. A. A. Sterling, and daughters Genevieve and Mrs. Helen Passmore and the letter's son David, Algona, were Sunday afternoon visitors 'at the W. J. Lockwood home. Max Schrader arrived Thursday from New Orleans, La., where he had received his discharge from the army. He served in" the European theater for some months. S. 1-c Virgil Carlson arrived Sunday from Seattle, Wash., for a several weeks' visit at the home of his mother, Mrs. John Koestler. He recently, returned from Japan. Mr. and Mrs. Will Leeper and Mr. and Mrs.. ftoy Leeper, East Chain, Minn., visited Sunday at the Bernard Leeper home. Roy Leeper was. recently discharged from the navy.' ; Mr, and Mrs.^John Koestler, Vera and Gail Carlson attended a party at the Jack Wylandhome at.Wfsley Sunday evening given ifi honor of Esther Fitch's 18th .birthday. She is 1 a niece of Mrs. Koestler. > '• Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ewen, Jef fere. Minn., spent Friday, night at the C. B. Chiprnan home. They Were on their way to Dumont and then on to California to spend the winter. Mrs. Ewen is Mrs. Chipman's cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lavrenz and son Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Steward and Lillian Broesder, Algona, were guests at an oyster supper .at the. Roland Lavrehz homeJSaturday. evening in honorpf ffiflfciiid's birthday. The Jay D. Grahams received a telephone call Saturday from their son Merwyn, of Denver, Colo. He told them that their son, Pvt. Melvin Graham, who'is stationed near Deliver, 'was sick and* it .was feared he had spinal meningitis. Mrs. Ada Whitehill, who Had been very ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Lester Johnson, several months, was recently taken to the home of her other daughter Mrs. J. M. Blanchard at Lone Rock. James, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Steven, left Friday to enter the navy. Charles Officer and Donald Nordln accompanied him to Des Moines. James and Charles were sent on to San Diego, Calif., but Donald returned Sunday and will not go until a later date. Earl Lockwood and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lockwood, Humboldt, spent Saturday at the W. J. Lockwood home.- Ear] Lockwood was manager of the Rapp Hardware here a few years ago. He and his wife were leaving Monday for California, where he had a job in a hardware —-PAGE SBVfiN "'. H.W.POST Dray and Transfer . Storage of all kinds Long distance hauling. EJver.v 1 1 load imiured against loss or i damage. Equipped to do all • kinds of draylng and hauling, MARKET Algona Phone 031 0 Have AVGpod Supply Of APPLES, ORANGES, AND NUTS FOR XMAS APPLES —Ui^^_^_ .95 . S5.78 i| t • */. .*: bu. MIXED NUTS, 5 KINDS (No Peanuts In) WALNUTS, PECANS, FILBERTS, ALMONDSi (BRAZILS Called Nigger Toes) 2 ibs 95c PLENTY OF XMAS TREES EVERY Well Whatta You LOTS OF SCAKCliE ': FOODS XMAS NUTS PECANS WALNUTS PENUTS BRAZIINUTS MIXEDNHTS ALMONDS ['Bakers "CU0 Grapefruit J01GE 8 oz 4G /Fruit No, 2'/ 2 can COCKTAIL 33 C PEACHES £ 29c . jarmm Aunt- Sue Campbell's TOMATO SOUP 3 CLINTON PUDDING cans 'for .'•< Regular 1 gal, &|e ^'U ^,' IVORY SOAP Large California Naval ORANGES Large size dozen 49c w BEEF ROAST 25c California AVOCADOS m Seedless 96 APPLES Ruby Red GRAPEFRUIT 3 fo 29c GRAPES tig FRESH COCOANUTS r :,;39j each HEAD LETTUCE Z heads Z5C PORK CHOPS 29c NECK BONES ........ , ...... _ ....... ,„ fi c PORK ROAST V ' BEEP LIVER . h 28c RING jCORNEDBEEF-.'..' ^, k •••; —•-,•„ IH WWWWW^^ BROCOLLI ^^JSc CALIF. 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