The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 27, 1945 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 27, 1945
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M«i f. C. Shes-man went fo Minneapolis for : Christmas with Mrs..Dr. Kennedy, after which She will go to.Ocala, Florida, for the remainder of the winter with her. daughter and husband, Mr. artd Mrs. Chester Kingsley. Mr..and Mrs. Clarence Achilles arrived Friday from New Hampton for a visit at the home- of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Long until after Christmas. Mrs. Achilles is the former Ruth Jackson who was a teacher here a few years ago. MM. Alfred Seherer has- not heard.from her husband since the first, of November but recently was delighted at receiving a cable from him in which he said he had been made sergeant and that;he is located in Frankfort. Germany. Mis. Gail Hakes has received a telegram from her husband, Sgt. Hakes, that he has reached San Francisco and will be home soon. He has spent six months in the Es T. O. and the past six months he has been in the Philippines. Mrs. Frank Dingley and Miss Helen Dingley went to Des Moines, Saturday, to spend the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. W. B; Nugent. Mrs. Dingley will remain for about a month but Miss Dingley will return in about a fortnight. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Bailey lefl before Christmas for Clayton, N. M., to visit their daughter, Mrs. K. E. Wight and family until February 1. En route south they stopped in Sioux City to visit the other daughter, Mrs. C. N. Aalfs and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Bailey drove over from Clear Lake, Tuesday, and enjoyed Christmas dinner with Mrs. Laura Hopkins, mother of Mrs. Bailey. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Hawcott, Lee Hopkins and Miss Bess Hopkins. Miss Alvina Wassenberg of Chicago arrived Sunday for a visit over the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Linnan. Miss Wassenberg is a sister of Mrs. Linnan. A niece, Miss Patricia Wassenberg of Minneapolis was also a guest over Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks went to Kanawha, Sunday, and remained until Tuesday evening. They visited at the homes of Mr. Wick's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cryder Wicks, and with Mrs. Wicks sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Rasmusson." Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Blanchard of Cedar Falls, parents of Mrs. Frank Mittlieder. arrived Saturday, and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Cunningham and family of Blue Earth arrived Hie first of the week for Christmas with Mr. "and Mrs. Frank Miltlieder. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hagg have received a recent letter from their son Ralph who is on the aircraft carrier "Antietam" saying he had lefl Tokyo and will reach the west coast January 7 and will be given a 15-day leave which he will spend in Algona. Mrs. Thomas Kruse. Ihe former Betty Murtagh, and Miss Jean Murtagh arrived Monday from Washington, D. C., where they have .been employed since last June with the census bureau and will spend the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Murtagh. . Mrs. Jo Ellen Nelson came from Clarion, Sunday, where she remained until Tuesday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'W. C. Ire- Ian. She plans to come Saturday of this week and remain until after New Years. Mrs. Nelson is employed as a stenographer in Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. Ravmon Henry and little daughter Patty of Marinette, Wis., came Sunday and remained until Wednesday with Mrs. Henry's mother, Mrs. Ruth Harlan. Mrs. Claude Henry of Burlington, mother of Raymon, is also here to visit during their sojourn in Algona. Among those who came from out of town to attend the funeral services held for Mrs. W. T. Presnell Dec. 14 were her son and wife, Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Pj;e.pell of Charlotte, Iowa, Mrs. AugOfit Brinkman and daughter, Mrs. Zimmerman of Rolfe and the Cleo Blacks of Burt. Patrolman and Mrs. D. S. Hutchinson and two children went to Pierson -to spend Christmas with the former's father, Dr. H. E. Hutchinson, and. aunt, Miss Franc Holyer. En route home, they stopped in Spencer for a visit with Mrs. Hutchinson's parents and her brother. ATTENTION Garage Owners Wo curry llKv largest mid most (Mtiuplotft stoolfoif (Jon- iilmt Factory lln^iiKMU^d (!li&vrol(i|. I'ai'ts in lliis sec- lion of f)i» Slato. Try ns J, A, IIAIUQ Kossuth Motor Co, Mrs. AUeA .Creel left Sunday for- Los Angeles to join her husband, Ensign Creel, whose ship is in; |>ort a few weeks. She>' will rettiairi tKefe until he is ordered at sea again. left's. Creel and little_ son are making their home with her parents," Div and Mrs. L. R. Potter. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wicks enjoyed a visit last week. Monday from Mr. and. Mrs. Don McCormick and little son Donnie of Britt who were dinner guests and spent the evening, Mrs. McCormick is a sister'of Mr. Wicks. Mr. MeCormick recently returned from the South : PaeMic and has been discharged. Mf. and MfS; Henry Lund and son Malcolm went to Des Moines, Monday, for Christmas with their son U. S. Lund and family. They were joined by Sgt. Charles Lund and his wife of Rock Island and by their daughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Hrabak of Des Moines. Miss Elvie Vera arrived Sunday from Omaha, where she is taking nurses training and remained through Monday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vera and enjoyed a visit with her brother Ted who returned Sunday from the E. T. O. He has received his discharge. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Muckey took Stanley Muckey to Fairmont, Monday, v and from there he took a train to Shakopee, Minn., to spend Christmas with his wife at'the home Of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Blinkman. Mrs. Muckey will come to Algona as soon as the apartment they have rented is vacated. Mr. and Mrs. John Chambers and daughter Thelma, Klemme, Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Chambers and Miss Clara Rector of Corwith, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chambers and family, also of Corwith, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt and family of Ottosen were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Chambers, Tuesday. Miss Jean Potter came from Minneapolis, Sunday, where she has been employed for some time. Witli her sister, Mrs. "Bud" Zender and children, she will go to the home of her parents, Mr. and'Mrs. Harry Potter, where all will enjoy Christmas and the following week together at the parental home. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Windell went to Des Moines Tuesday and spent Christmas with their daughter and her husband and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Thurau. They were joined by another daughter and her fam- ily-t Mr. and Mrs.' James Altwegf of;Rediifrld ( Iowa. The«Wirtdell will also visit: irtiRedfieldv Mis 9 filftana? NdridH afrivfe Saturday from ChiciRfed and wi. spend the holidays With He mother) Mrs. P. S. Norton, nnc her brother' Milton and- family Miss Norton is taking a course- if guidance work which follow along the line of her previous po sitlon as dean of'-women,* whiel position she held in St. Paul fo nine years. Mr. and' Mrs. Don Merl2 o Lihcoln, Neb., spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mi' and Mrs. Andrew Hanson. Mrs Mertz is the former Drusilh Coughlin and is a sister of Mrs Hanson. Sheila Ann Hahson re turned to Lincoln with her aim' and uncle and will remain with Mr, and Mrs. Mertz until January 6. Miss Evelyn Crapser, cade nurse at the hospital in Siou> City, spent Christmas with hoi parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Crapser, returning to her work on Wednesday. Also at the Crapser home for the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hodge and son of Rockwell and Luene James. Mrs. Hodge is a sister ol Mrs. Crapser. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Matthias and daughter Audrey of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lee of Nevada, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stilhnan were holiday guests of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Matthias are the parents of Mrs. Lee. and Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Lee are the parents of the doctor. They came Monday and remained until Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Moulds entertained Jerry Lewis and Ralph Tice. at Christmas dinner. The families of both men are out of town, Mrs. Tice and, son Jimmy being in Colorado with her parents who are ailing and Mrs. Lewis and daughter Jane being in Ashyille, N. C., with a sister who is in poor health. Both ladies plan to be home the first of the year. Mr. and Mrs. Emmert Dean and baby Marc Wilii; left Wednesday for their home in Fort Dodge after spending Christmas with the iatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore. Mis« Maxine Moore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marc Moore, was also here for the holiday, coming from Cedar Rapids, where she is employed. She will remain with her parents for a week. . . Mrs. Earl Reynolds and son Don of Los Angeles and Mr. and LEAN CENTER CUT Pork Chops Ib. 27c LOIN END Pork Roast Ib. 23c Lean BACON SQUARES', Ib. 21 c Smoked PICNICS, Ib. 33c All Meat MINCED HAM 25c Pure PORK SAUSAGE, Ib. Fresh PORK LIVER, Ib. 176 Coarse Ground BOLOGNA, Ib 25c CORN COUNTRY 2 LB. BOX American Cheese 69c ASSORTED PLAIN AND FANCY Cookies Ib. 29c FRESH ROASTED Peanuts Ib. 23c Large LETTUCE, each Fancy Cooking APPLES, 4 Ibs 13c Fresh CARROTS, 2 bunches 19c Texas Seedless GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 39c Medium Size Oranges, 2 doz 35c Large Pascal CELERY, bun. 10 LB. BAG Russet Potatoes 49c RUBY RED GOOD SIZE Grapefruit 4 for 29c Super Valu Algona - - Iowa Mrs, Ai. Reynolds of spent rWsdftesda*, atttheM Mr, andt.MrS.1 A. W. A iMrs. Earl Jteytwlds is,a teHn*law of, Mf. ahd- .Reynolds,? whfrt are paffihts^of Mrsi Amunsori. The eoupl« i is fe* turning to Los.AngeleS.'and,will spend the winter thfere with', the Earl Reynolds .faftillyv Efci&tt i £&$**« 2en stationed near Chicago, arrived Saturday" and, will*' spend l utitil January 3 with his fatheff Ffafik Zender, ahd dther'relatives.' 1 Son* day he and<Mr. Zendet* wehti to Sioux City to be with< Mf. and Mrs, Paul Mammill- attd'-fatftilft Mrsi HammilKbelrtg»the- former Frances Zertden ErtSignr Zender will report 'back for reassignment at Corpus Chrlsti, Tex, Russell Pickoii arrived Saturday from- the Great Likes to spend Christmas with Ms wife and family. He returned Wednesday night. Mrs. Pkkett and her" parents, Mr. and Mrs. M^tt'Kapp, are also enjoying the sojourtvof Mr. and Mrs. W. &, Hemmingson, formerly of 'Seattle, who are. moving'to Woden the first of-the year. Mrs. Plckett and Mrs. Hemmingson are daughters of Mf. and Mrs; Kapp. Word has been received here of an accident in Los Angeles which made it necessary, for Ben Sloter to be hospitalized'. He was about to be discharged and would have: be'en . .home , . for Christmas. His \yife.has been liy* ng in Tro'y Grove, 111., .since 1 his nduction but-w ( ill come to Al* a»few days ago." with tw» ilfldies, she,vvas.,.ef.;r6ute to Mef d&tS Vutfen their' (SaKWSS hit! Tfi ladies were tinfojured' bUt, tftfe cat .was' daffiajfcd t» the, eXleht iof»abOUtf $llO.OO ''1ft'! rei>air& t MfAand Mtf. SiiA M4dlh>ipeitt tJhrjstmas day in . whitterti6re with their son,Russell and-faftt- lly, >Thex, were Mfiflftd, Mrs, E&rl MeiKVltt airtd'tKe to& Wier's son, Waltaee, who has been ifl the StfUth 1 Pacific thfe past fouf Clears and recently Was dtsch'arg* ed frc-rn a medical hospital' in Monterey, Cat The'M^rritts-are' from Forest City and Mrs/ Mer« ritt and Mrs. Medlh are sisters, Alsd with the fartijly at Whlttfe: htorfe were Mr. aftd'Mfs. WAAi Bleich and daughter Joan .of near Algona, Mrs. Bleich also being a sister of the ladles. While irt Al- gOna the Merritt family visited at'the home of- Mr. and 'Mrs.' Leon Merritt, the men being brothers^ Blaine D. Phillips, son of Mr.'an* Mrs. Paul Phillips, of Algona, is on this way home aboard the 1 USS-Missoula, a news dispatch stated'Monday, > Ledyard Mhn Outt Melvim G. Matzcher, carpenter's mate 1 second class, of "Led* ard, has been discharged 'from th& navy at* the separation center' in San Pedro, Calif., a navy news release states. • * , FRIDAY AND SATURDAY DECEMBER 28-29 Tex Hitter in "FLAMING BULLETS" —Co-Hit— Brad Taylor in "SWINGING^ON A RAINBOW" Plus Serial "Federal Operator" SUNDAY AND MONDAY . r x ** DECEMBER .30*81' Phyllis Thaxter in "BEWITCHED" *• —Co-Hit— Baker^—Ryan "TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT" TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, JAN. 1-2-3 Continuous Show from 1 O'clock New Years Day —Co-Hit- WIID Bill THE GREAT STAGE COAC The end of another year-^- And how's your car holding up? 1$ old age telling? Well, with the help of your trusty Phillips Dealer,-you? may still make that automobile see you through* 19461' Take advantage of all the services your Phillip*? Dealer offers. Drop in for a check-up of vital p«r«- •" i* ! J ( and the tires, regularly.. A'adieaU <m him for the spesfcl' winterrservicing you need/ * ' Fuji up frequently* a| #}? Orange and Black <S6 Shields ' HARMS OIL COMPAU., Harms Superi Service gtation !'. I ' v/•'/,' \l''\' 1 > f ' ! '. % "'' /• -.^ : ;/>.-' t , tdtf^f. <~ .." .. - ' >< t < *> * . 11' ? w w •»/' . i ^t •••'• ^^^*m * ' *\ :>•; f- , , !**.. Frank Zender Judy De Zellar DbnPdtter RhyBesch X /. ( ,/. _ George Pbllhi-d Thte Sttff*'-Will? BeVCl&erf 1 < r 'I ' "»/"''., AMDiiy^Qn ",/" MONDAY, D^EC 1 . 311 '• - 1 , •, ' w •'.' To Allbw^0Ur. Employees i ' ,", ' ' ' A Well-deserved {Vato CLOTHES FOR MEN AND* .^.- .-, f.- O 4» Xti ' ' • * * The Declaration is not due in Des M6ines until Jphuary 15th. How- < ever; this is only an estimate,,thetsame as,la^t^yeat','and.can be-made' up iww. , , " « ' ,. The final Tax Return, although it can be made!up any timeiafter January^ Istj is not due until March 15th, the same as'last year; The**- have' been many changes in the income^a^:regulations. your / attorney knows what they are andican.mpke.up yqur Declaration and' '"' Return correctly and in compliance* with the/law. , Some)are planning' on'making'no:DecljM'9tlon!.but a PinallReturn after Jauuajry 1st.- However,.many n^^^peo^le 0i arer-«onstiliting-their attorneys about incom^tax problems.' TJ^^roe^j)ho>ti Wlpls scarce., ait^Quj^attoFney- willinot?be able to m^hi^upJtyQui'iPiuaJ Return until afteivth^-rush) with Declarations is over »|t Jfairuftry 15th. If yot»'p,iit off '-* seeing abxw^ help^th yowr income ^ax'pVqWemsjl^qu may find difficult ^ ' q ty?iiiig»ttfng4bJe assistance youtneed^ ^' >^< 1 v«'. ,; ' ' ^tj * '< ? "^ ' ' \ ^ . ' v. •' /' I"] Call>your*attorney, now an&ftpve U^^a^fUnif'fffr'yjn^ apalnt* ,;] -i * ' Kossuth ,'vi, <%\ '• tt ' 'vip^ ~ ' " <^»tm& .*, -^M&W ' ^fe ? -.\4l*} -'*y f^k'J .fei^Js

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