The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 27, 1945 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 27, 1945
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1 pai me sir he: •ftei ye; as fir Sh Ro bo lei O> Th o'c ch in an an so Tl pr N; Tl h( El Ti te th sa th fr R bi w c; f; si I I 1 PAGE V OtfrL ^r- 'i*^ ji i ms^ •*•»!*'• ,t " ''•*, Mt. arid MM, J>4ul Undhohn and JaVnfly left Saturday for Aurora, J Mo., to spend Christmas with relatives. They plan to be gone a week. A private sewage system for ; Your Farm Think what this means! The comfort of a modern home brought to every member of the family. Health and happiness with the utmost in sanitation now is possible through the installation of our DIAMOND BRAND SEPTIC TANK. And the cost is so small. Kasy to install, too. HIM row IMI* Any Firm Horn* Mijr Now H«v« a Bath and loiidt Toilet l B*l«r PM»1* • eomforti «itiw voiUrnl tktt th* tt* F. S. Norton & Son PHONE 329 4-U No Restrictions On FURNACES Some Models Available Now Many fjnfitttM wil^. >tie enjoying sco-.i tlint nsw,pre-war quality Green Colcnia! Furnac* "they've been waiting for. HAVB'YQU PLACED Y6u£ ORDER? If not, do it quickly; the d-mrnid ii heavier thnn the immediate supply —-* hut you'll always be (!mi you waited for n Green Colonial Furnace. Bse u» today. Whether you prefer cent, oil or gns there's n speeiMly designed Green Colonial Furnace to insure your comfort. Laing & Muckey Phone 464 " Hodge St. Algona. Iowa PMhk Boever, 56, Funeral at Bancroft, Monday, Dec. 17 Swea City: Frank Boevar, 66, a resident of north Kossulh for the past 23 years, died December 13 at an Algona hospital after a two-year illness. Mr. Boever was born July 13, 1899, at Gran- villc. On November 17, 1914, he married Mary Paullus at Minong, Wis., and the couple livoil on a farm near Belgrade, Minn., until 1922.- In that year they moved to Grant township, where they had since resided, until last spring when they moved to a farm between Swea City and Bancroft. Funeral services were held at St. John's church, Bancroft, on December 17, with burial in St. John's cemetery. Besides his widow, Mr. Boever is survived •by nine children, as follows: S.- Sgt. Norman, on his way home from the Philippines! Arnold, recently discharged from the service; Mrs. Lloyd Soapc (Doris) of Seattle, Washington; Arlcne, of Mankato; and Manfcrd, Marvin, Betty Lou, Darolfl and Rose El- >cn, at home. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Blomsler <md 'daughter Patricia are spending Christmas week in St. Paul with Mrs. Blomstcr's mother, Shivelyj Esthetfl'CluirJottc Smith arrived Friday for a two weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mr,s. Walter G. Smith. Esther is supervisor of voc!al music in the ChaMcs"City schools. Mrs. "John A. Anderson, who recently underwent surgery for gall-bladder trouble, was brought home Friday in the Curtis ambulance from the' Fairmont clinic where she had been for the past !,\\?b wo$ks. Mrs/Sidney Payne and baby Carl William left the Forbes hospital Wednesday to return home. The nevybaby is the family's scc- on'd' child. TJie/Swca City school closed December 21 and the teachers went to their homes for the holidays. Classes will be resumed Wednesday. January 2. Jane Moo reiurncd to Sioux City Christmas ;ifte5rnoon after ^pending three days here with her "parent;.;, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph •Jloc. Jane is a nurse. Janice Vohs, daughter of Mr. nc! Mrs. Carl Vohs. West Bend, •ho is a student at Iowa State •ollcgc. Amos, spent Christmas here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Vohs. MRS. JOE MILLER HONORED AT BURT Lone Rock: A post-nuptial miscellaneous shower in honor of Mrs. Joe Miller, the former Lois Weber, was held Tuesday afternoon Dec. 18 at the Marvin hotel in Burt. Mrs. Virgil Schrader had charge of the entertainment. A girl's quartet consisting of Helen Rachut, Beverly Ditsworth, Evelyn Becker and Lugcnia Riedel, sang three selections. A contest was held and first prize was won by Mrs. Martin Becker, and second by Mrs. Lance Riebhoff. THe bride assisted by Mrs. Richard Bristow and Mrs. Dave Lynch, then unwrapped her many lovely gifts. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon by the hostesses who were Mrs. Dave Lynch, Mrs. Walter Thompson, Mrs. Eric See- gegarlh, Mrs. Alex*Krucgcr, Mrs. Albert Shascr, Mrs. Ralph Thompson, Mrs. Ed Blanchard, Mrs. Cyril Miller, Mrs. Hiram •Ackerman, all of Lone Rock, and Mrs. Ted Ringsdorf, Mrs. Fern Drone, Mrs. Erwin Schwcitcrt, Mrs. Chas. Scott, Mrs. W. W. Boetlchcr, Mrs. Henry Smith, Mrs. Gco. Kocstlcr Jr. and Mrs. Ed Smith, all of Burt. Lone Rock, Fenton Divide Cage Games; Ringsted Wins Two Fenton: The Fenton boys basketball teams played two games the past week. Tuesday night ALGONA UPPER they played at ftmtstcd jmd •were defeated in both 4*ifte"K IT «w» V UW««.U VV>\* *•_ „,_ ^____^_. The second team &$oh ibeifi* •23-11 and the first teani score 43^20. On fhufsdrfy evening they played the Lone ftbek teams at jf'enton. Ltme Rock setcrfid teaftt won with K" score of '1-3*12 and Fcnton's first team won with a score of 24-20. MRS. SKARE RITET AT FENTONj WAS 31 TIME OF DEATH Fenton: Funeral gfcr.vjfces were held Wednesday, Dec: 10, at the Fenton Methodist church, for Mrs. Lucilo Gwendolyn Welst- brod Skare, who tfassed away Sunday, Dec. 18, .at.tficr home itt Fenton. She was 31 years bid.. Rev. 'F. C. Preul officiated. ••: Lucille was oorn, Qct,;'J9, J914, at Fcnlon. She Was 'ft member of the Fenton Methodist church, and received her schooling in Fenton. Dec. 9, 1944, she was United in marriage to Loren Swarc. Prior to her marriage,and following high school graduation, she took a course in beauty culture and followed that profession for a tmie. Later she became business manager of the Wcisbrod Locker Plant, where her pleasant personality and cheery greeting endeared her to all. Surviving arc her . husband, Loren, her parents, Mr, and Mrs, Ed Weisbrod, a brother .Milton of Fonton, and a sister Ethel. At the funeral services, vocal numbers were rendered by Mrs. Ralph Wcisbrod a'nd\Mrs. Fred Mortcnson, with Mrs?' Clarence Osbornc at the piani,^? Pallbearers were. Sliclby Wcis- brod, Ralph Wdisbrod, Elwin , ALGONA IOWA Wafold Schlei and Loyd fe -! * '*<vt%i8>~; s V' ws •*" \ <"»\' ",:";^ .,''-< <\ i ^^---VH«l'-- A "—^ "^ i'tT •.] <V< T,<'^ -r^VA* -• y>^*$F$ ^^^^..,^LL: ^.' .,-. *; r......,y. , d Our Most IMPORTANT DEPARTMENT PRESCRIPTION SERVICE >. JAM€S, Algeria •^H3 r^ I will hold a public sale at tlic farm known as (he Sam Drake place, l'/s miles south and 3 miles'west , of Titonka, or 7 miles cast and 1 mile north of Burt, on SALE TO START AT I O'CLOCK LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS 70 Head of Livestock 38 - Head High Grade Milking Shorthorns Consisting of 12 Good Milk Cows to freshen soon; M yearlings; and 12 calves. Team Sorrel Mares \ • With silver mane, S) and 10 years old, weight 32((0; with good breeching harness and collars. 30 - Head of Feeder Pigs 30 ;. ; • ;> «! Farm Machinery, Etc, C. C. Case tractor with cultivator: Case tractor sweep rake; Dane hay loader; Dan hay stacker; 2- row John Ueerc horse cultivator; tt-fl. McCormick mower; Hayes corn planter: 8-ft. steel water tank 1 (i wooden barrels; 1 50-gal. steel barrel; 1 30-gal. steel barrel. ' DELCO LIGHT PLANTr-32 volt cell size, 300 amp. per hr.; 3 32-volt electric motors; 32 volt radio- 2 32-volt flat irons; 32 vplt vacuum cleaner- ' BUILDINGS—Brooder house 12x18; brooder house 10x16, insulated; brooder house 12x16' trailer house 8x16. , TEKMS—Cash or make arrangements with you r banker before the sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Fred Henken Stewart and .Priiigle, Titpnka Savings Bank, LONE ROCK BRIDGE CLUB HAS PARTY Lone fioek: The Idle HoUr club held its meeting and annual Christmas party on Wednesday afternbort, Doc. 10, at the home of Mrs, Odey Chertand, With Mrs. Alf Jorgensen and Harry Mob-" son assisting hostesses. After the (business meeting the afternoon was spent socially, with Mrs. Walter Thompson .and Mrs. BdW. Blanchard in charge of the. entertainment. Prizes were won by Mrs. Elmer Krause and Mfs, Dave Weber. Santa Glaus paid a surprise visit late in the afternoon and .-after greeting each one personally he presented eaeh member .with a present -from their Mystery Sister and also officiated at the grab bag where all present received a gift. Guests of the club Were Mrs. Amcy Cherland, Mrs. Elmer Krause Mrs. Joe Miller, Mrs. Wm. :Nelson and daughter Cpl. Margaret NelsOn antf Miss Ruby Cherland. The next meeting will be January 31 at Mrs. 'Fred Tigges. Ladies Aid Christmas Party The. annual Christmas party for members of the Ladies Aid was. held Thursday afternoon, Dec.; 20, at the home of Mrs. .Fred Oenrich. There was an exchange •of gilts an<J ft j>oUu6k l&fteh wi$ 66rvii(1( At Ihe cldse-df tfie Btfslt fldss meetiftg tf ChrtsttoB staiy Was i-ead by Mr£. Ld«'fcft<i6 N6W* brohgh.afld 200 sacks wtere Ml* nd with ,c«mdy and nuts ,to b6 given to* the chlldreti at IKe Christmas Eve ' (irogcanA. The next regular weotltig will be Janum'y 3. Miss JWiftnflA Cdttoti,- who kt* tends the University of Wlscon- sin, and Angus Cotton Jr, trbrii Chicago arrived tHisi ^eekend for the holidays at thh paternal AHgus Cotton's! ' Lucille, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Genrlfch, left Wednesday from.Ahies to spend the hoJidays at the home of hor brother Maynard and .family .at College Station; Tex. Miss Oeh- rich is a scrtlfar at Iowa ' State college, Arties. •<•' ., Mr. and Mrs. liaWrence New- ibrough attended the funeral of H. W. POST DEAY AND TRANSFER STORAGE OF ALL KINDS Long distance hauling. Every load insured against'.loss or •damage. Equipped, to do all kinds ol draying and hauling. f t r>- ft % j * i. l t&;mm wM^^ftifc here WitMiet- Matt Lftffiuth/ Bill, a Id 1 thd mm wefe MfS. ___. Viator"''Wh Alert C6ttoA/ind _„, Th6 afterftbon was'Spent at tfte home 5f Mrs, J6iiseri. '<• v Ml, and MM. J<x* Oswney Snd childrdn^efc snowbdund Monday ,&. puffalo- Center, where" they had gone to spend Aftws.Wherdnie Is aUfridJn Starts College Mr", Lanft., beeM confined ip bed-lor,« .,, WiltH sklh Infection, but M^f mas wttth Mrs. bowney's parents, -feelteg better nfl^, HAMS & BACON CURED • Modern Mcithod. Prompt and Courteous Service, Whitteiin6re Locker Plant / Whittemorc, Iowa ' "^ Ml r'MPPCF' VllJLiAiBdJb ?> mx%JH$ ^ * : "^'*- <* f " < We appreciate your Loyalty to our Store and hope that in 1946 we may continue fo serve youy y<4 Y*\ >'/ iyt NATIONAL 1 .jif^kg. LETTUCE 7cvdJtt>i- GHf-ESH I'Oan A.MKItlbAN Oil I'UllK.NTt) '/i-ll). riot. 19c I..SLEMOH JUIOR ....... 7 ^no c \ HKALTtU-'UI. DUI.Mi T-G.MATO JIJIOH ... , •> liUAl.THI'l!!.' : I)IH.\K GRAPEFRUIT JUICE STOKKI.Y'K— SKA FOOD COCKTAIL SAUCE .. MWIIKON .MEAT ARMOUR'S TF1EET . n.i/.i:i. iitiAM) . FLOUR .....;...... tt 25c GlfANUI.ATEU—IIEET SUGAR :,^.;..,.5, bs .34c FIRM CRISP ICEBERG Heads 4G-UZ. Cno <n-n/.. Can n-ur.. llottlc 13-01. Can FRESH HONDURAS Coconuts 25c Each St.VKJST—roil HKALTU .AND UEVKItAOK LEMONS Lb . 17C 1 KLOIUUA PERSIAN LIMES .... 2 '.TV 35c WASH.—WI.VESAP APPLES 2 Lb .. 27c WASH. RhU DELICIOUS APPLES ..2 ,„, .*7c CRESHi .inGNDRIv GREEN ONIONS ..... V 0 ^! 16c L Al/NT DI.NAII MOLASSES ASPARAGUS SOUP NATIONAL IHG JU.MBO WHITE BREAD ... 5-lb. rail 36 c lOlA-oi. * n Can 1UC Double Ixmf lie Pascal Celery 19 BAKED BEANS VAN CAMP'S Sugar Stamp No. 31 Expires Dtc. 31 Stamp Ho. 3» Good Jan. 1 TENDER GREEN ' TEXAS PINEAPPLE ORANGES EXTRA SWEET Extra if Large *• Stalk ••^^ FLORIDA, ZIPPER SKIN Tangerines EASY TO PEEL NATIONAL'S MARKET VALUES PEANUT BUTTER •<* i BEEF ROAST DONALD DUCK" U. S. GRADED GOOD HUt'KI), Al-lOEU LUNCHEON MEAT ... IOWANA BRAUNSGHWEIGER .. ASSORTED COLD MEATS Lb> Lb, . CERVELAT 35 c u.,s. GRADED GOOD R O U N D STEAK .C ,"•• U-OI. 9A- ui u . 2OC B-D», PORKLOEMS 3Qc . ANY SIZE PIECE IIA7,EI. URAN1) PEANUT BUTTER ... DIXIE , HAMBURGER SPREAD HLOCIIMAN « ^TAIW mlf pTckuEs „„„, 2Sc NATIONAL $£SP* " « » 0c PAN ROLLS, jys 6c SHLmsil HTVLE^-UAItOK CIRCLE Jgf-JJ J^-f - •' VC42c COFPllT*!! KS-" 59cT in mta 8HEU. " PEANUTS „, 25cr SALTED PEANUTS veu.ow POPCORN Lb, 23c ..i - -• "". ^™^^ SLICED Boiled! Ham S9« . READY TO EAT AMERICAN CHEESE 2-LB. BOX NATIONAL Phq. of 12 TOIliT Soap 7 C Cflk« TQIViT 50AP SWAN 10c •3" < ..

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