The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 13, 1945 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 13, 1945
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PAGE EIGHT. MRS. J. H. JENSEN RITES AT SENECA WEDNESDAY, 12TH Seneca: The Seneca c6mmunity Was Shocked and saddened Thursday morning to hear of the death of Mrs. J. H. Jensen, SO. Mrs. Jensen-wins'reported not to bo fueling well Wednesday evening and Was suffering from a severe headache. Later she became nauseated and that same evening suffered a stroke. She was taken to the Holy Family hospital at Bsthcrvlllc where she passed away without regaining consciousness, at about 11 o'clock Thursday morning Funeral services were delayed until Wednesday, Dec. 12, pending word from their son Ted wiho is in the service and is stationed in Japan. AAA Twp. Election— At the AAA meeting held at Seneca school Thursday cvcnin? the following commilteemen were elected: J. W. Bollic, chairman; Henry >Looft, vice chairman- Millen Jensen, committeeman; Chris Dahl. first alternate, and Oscar Patterson, second alternate' Modern Mixers Meet— The Seneca Modern Mixer club met at the home of Mrs. Alfred Crodfredsen Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Bob Burt '" charge of the entertainment. Plans were made for the annual Christmas club dinner which will be held at the Cecil Baldwin home Tuesday, Dec. Ifi. Following the entertainment delicious refreshments were served by the hostess. Service Women Meet— The Seneca unit oC the United Service Women of America inel at the Otto R. .Jensen home Tuesday afternon with Mrs. J. H. Jensen -assistant hostess. It was voted to send SI5 to a convalescent service men's telephone fund. Items were purchased by a unit committee and sent to the Schick General hospital as Christmas gifts. Mt ahd Mrs. Enoch Rassmunseh ahd children of Lohrville .and Mr. and Mrs. Don Casswell and family of Ririgstcd were Sunday dinner guests at the Emma and Clarence Peterson home. Mr, .and Mrs. Marvin Miller spent last week end at Mclntyre on business and also visited relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Miller and daughter came home with them and wtill visit until Monday, Dec. 10, SEXTON WOMAN CUT BY GLASS SEXTON WOMAN 2B Sexton: Mrs. Lou Bolenus suffered a very painful accident last week While cleaning, she.received a severe gash in Her right arm from glass. The cut required seven stitches to close it. Rhonda Hammond, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammond, was quite ill the past week Mrs. B. E. Sanders and Mrs. Hal-old Hunt recently completed Work for Irvington township in the religious census. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson and Glennda Sue were Sunday visitors at Badger at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis San ford and family. Robert Kirschbaum and two children of Garner wore Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of his brother Mr. and Mrs. August Kirschbaum. Mrs. Joe H-anig of Ackley visit-: ed with her parents Mr. and Mrs. William Arndorfer, St. Benedict, the past week and returned to her home on Monday Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steven and family of Woden were . Sunday dinner guests at the home of his brother Mr. and Mrs. Everett Steven and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Opheim and Joyce left Monday for St antes, Minn , where they were to attend the funeral of their little neicc Joan Marie Johnson, nine month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larue Johnson. ii May We Help You To Remember Him BOX OF CIGARS CARTON OF CIGARETTES CIGARETTE CASES CIGARETTE LIGHTERS LIGHTER FLUID FINE SELECTION Of PIPES TOBACCO BY THE POUND AROMATIC TOBACCOS -, ' '^ Barry's Recreation J * « Make your Christroan money go farther. We hava a large variety of gifta. Something suitable for every member of the family. Pen and Pencil Sets 14-K Gold Point, Medium size, Individually Boxed $2.49 Desk Set Round Base. Trim Pearl White, Jade Green. Canary Yellow or Red 98c Desk Set I^ver-Fill Pen, Oridium Tip In Box Stationery 49c to 69c Containing 24 to 48 sheets of •(*- tionery and 24 to 36 envelope*. Attractive gift boxes, some in embossed leatherette. Boxes can b» used for Haakiei or Gloves. Military Brushes Brush i Comb, Nat. Finiah, lad. Box ................ 29e 2 Bruahea & Comb, Walnut Finiah .................. 69c Shaving Sets PotUry Soap Mug and Pottery Jug of Lotion, Packed in Unique Gift Box. J1.49 Flu* Lucinda Compact All Plastic; Featherweight; 2»i* 3Ji Inches 79e Powder Mitt Fl**c8 Palm, Rayon Back. Matching Kibbou Tie. Filled with deli- Kalely perfumed bath powder. 69c Plu* Tax. Cologne Attractive Set of Three % ox. Bottles, Assorted scent*. A b*4u- tiful patkagd. 98c Plui Tax. Dusting Powder f.arge 12 oz. Tub Drum. Choio* of 4 popular &uenU. 59c Plu» Taj:. ToUet Sets Man's Travel Case. . Grained leatherette. Light and Compact. |2.75 Plus Tax. Billfolds 29 Aatortad ytylea and aizw ia raan.ydifferentfeathexs.amooth or with embossed designs. We have them to suit every taste. 88c to $1.98 Each. Plus Tax. Glamour-Lite Scented Oil Perfumes the Room .......... . ...... fl.OO Candy Decanter 9> poutidv of dalicioua filled Chri*tmaa candies. Glass container hat many uae*. Caady apd container ........... 98c The Friendly Slorg Mrt. Fred Ploegei" Of Ledyard Elected By Church Guild Ledyard: At the election-of of" ffccrs of the Women's Guild of the Ev, & Ref. Church, the following were elected: president, Mrs. iFred Ploeger; vice president, Mrs. Marvin Junkermeier; secretary, Mrs. Art Kramersmeiet; treasurer, Mrs 1 . Evln Klinksiek. A great many articles of clothing, etc., we're brought in for the European war refugees. Polio Victim Better— • Friends of the' Kramersmcier family will be glad to hear that the condition of Delmar, polio patient at DCS Moines, shows signs of improvement. Fellowship Dec. 17— , The monthly Youth 'Fellowship social of the Ev. & Ref. church will be held in the church basement on Monday, Dec. 17th with Melbourne Hagodorn entertaining The election of new officers for the coming year will also take place in this meeting. _A1GONA UPPER DES •The George Thorftt>|on8 w.. _ Algoh6 shoppers last Wednesday afternoon and on Fr-iaay, Mrs. Thompson accompanied Mr, find Mrs, Jerry SulHVfih t6 fiim&fe to shop. Mr. and , Mrs ; Kenneth fiuseh are the parents of a daughter) weighing 7 Ib. and 6 oz. born Sunday, Dec. 9, at the Blue Earth hospital. She Was' been named Caroline Marie. Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson spent Saturday ; .In ::littyerne at* tending the Presbyterian bazaar, and supper Mrs. David King and Mrs. Alice Simmons bfiAlgona accompanied the 'Thompsons. All were former LuVerne residents. On Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson attended the 'Rural Letter Carriers, assbdla* tion Christmas party ht the fired Genrlch home at Lone'Robk. Gifts .were exchanged arid at. 7 "b'clock n pot luck supper ,\\fias enjoyed Mr. and Mrs. N.. Ai Plrigel visited at the Fred Looft home In Swea City Saturday afternoon. ' Allan, the older son of Mr. a'nd Mrs. Looft, who has been overseas the past 2 years has landed 'lri : the United States and is expected home this week. . •'" >? , ' ' | > • Every Man Likes Standard Qu WE HAVE v; i GREAT HEART STOKER COAI ON TRACK AT THIS TIME! Place Your Orders At Once PHONE 229 F. S. 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