The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1946 · Page 5
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y, lit AY H1048 .. ..,»fi/*fctsy Way **«**i I CLEAN DENTAL PUliS Al fat,'* itfemlAe war to, dun dedUl t>l«tM .'«»! R E E A L LY u«i put war one* ftfiu* «f W*l«r.-Add * Sttltk ftlltft* KIWWt*. . Y tlMft. e* jft • • d * Mil* t*. Wllll dlftifttdM* dcltitf* tlon, tttln* and ftdiif »«nl»h«-ith* rciurnn! H't *«y. **«nor»* Irnl. Ask jour druMIM for KUtrtite ttitt, KLEENITE the Brushleu Wax , (Jet KLEENtYE today at *„..,I It RNTE IMtAKMAC* (jtieceSSdP to A. It. norclmfdt) nmt dll good: For "Early-in-the-Week" FOOD SHOPPERS California Shnftcr POTATOES, 10 Ibs Fresh TOMATOES, Ib Green Top CARROTS, bunch.. Bon Bon COOKIES, Ib Yellow Cling; 2VS SLICED PEACHES can 49c 2lc I5c 34c 30c Frozen Food Dept. Frozeii Cooked 8' SHRIMP Cleaned oz. Peeled Frozen MIXED FRUIT, 1 Ib 59c Meat Dept. Skinless Wilson CANNED HAMS Cooked Ib. 59c HAROLDS' FOOD STOR€ .Next Door to Iowa State Bank NO.KOSSUTHLADY AN OPERATION, SUN. 6lty: 'foeath look one of the mast talehte'd and .philanthropic ' yotmit women of' this community • early last Sunday iwhen Mrs. Clauds Faugust of the state line neighborhood died In a FaifmdtU hospital. .» Complication's following an appendectomy. performed last Monday caused death. , Mrs. •Faujrtist had felt ill a week ago Saturday when she was hostess to her class qf piano and Voice pupils and their .mothers, but hef condition did not seem serious until late last Sunday when she was taken to the Fairmont hospital. An emergency operation was performed early Monday.' She was apparently making normal' progress, until Saturday, t)eath came Sunday at 5 a. m. Born In .Seneca Tw.p. Eunice Jensen, only daughter of Otto -and • jftosina (Kckholm) Jensen, -was born in July, 1907, in Seneca tojwhship. While yet, a small girl, ghe moved with her parents Jto S\vea township. She attended, the,,*$Wea City schpols, taking j an • Active i part '-in -music and dra'matjijii • and .ranking ,high scholastieally;' ," Following ' graduation from /high school, in 1924, she took !»a-">f pur-year- course in liberal 'arts at < Des ! Moines university, and.'ldte'r .took. post-graduate -work- in music at Drake-university 'in Des. Moines. ; •• : For . .two -years following college graduation she .taught in :the Birigsted -high school, • then. ; taught piano to : : private pupils and took a leading part in church music and 4-H club work. In June, 1935, she was married to Claude Faugust and the Couple .purchased a farm near Pilot Grove, where they had since resided, tiesides the usual duties of a busy farm wife and mother, Mrs. FaugUSt found time to .assist in organizing and conducting, a nondenominational Sunday school in iGuckeoh, Minn., and to instruct .private pupils in piano nnd •voice. Husband, Daughter Survive Joining the First Baptist ;church of Swea City as a child. 'Mrs. Faugust later transferred her membership to the Free Mis- ision church in East Chain township near her home, Surviving are the husband and nine-year*old daughter Karen, the parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Jensen, and two brothers, Virgil and Maynard, all of Swea City. Funeral services are to be held 'Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the Free 'Mission church near East Chain, with burial in Harrison cemetery at Swea City. R. Swanson Daughter Escapes Serious Injury Whtttemore: Little Nancy Swanson, daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. Rex Swanson, had a narrow escape Wednesday forenoon -when she ventured Onto the road while riding her tricycle. Frank Bestenlehner was driving his car and did not see the little girl in time to avert hitting the rear of her tricycle. Nancy was thrown to the road and the tricycle was smashed completely. What could have been a serious accident only resulted in a few scratches on her arm and a bruised leg. VPPKft BES Vandals Do Damage To Cemetery Here Vandals who entered Calvnry Catholic cemetery here, sometime last week, tipped over several' headstones and knocked crosses from some of the graves, it was reported to .city and county officers 'by the custodian o'f the cemetery. i No reason for the act was ap i (parent, and the damage seemed" of a type likely to have been done by youths without knowl-* •edge of the seriousness of the offense or the results it may lead : to, if apprehended. AlJBONA IOWA. .Tuesday and Wednesday May 14-15 Bing Crosby in "PENNIES FROM HEAVEN" Co-Hit Byron Barr A fA8AMQUNI flCTURC r«, j, Thursday, Friday and M Saturday, May 16-1748 IWAYi^mSfS JANE QUEER Co-Hit Serial, "Royal, Mounted Rides Again" ** Sunday, Monday, Tuesday REGISTER FOR YOUR NATIOKAl •10. v.l Hi art. PRESSURE COOKER \Cooking .SAVES up to 75% cook ,iiig lime , . . SAVES prc- vitamino- and.; minerals . . . SAVES natural food flavors and colon « . • SAVES money ' 'by Mving /fuel. Cast Aluminum Pre««ed Aluminum REGISTER TODAY FOR EARLIEST DELIVERY! Top o' the Horning STRIPED CHAMBBAY BBUNOBPCOAT Think of it! er cotton woven in slim style novel sa4dle Farm Bureau Ladies Planning Food Sale Scneea: A Farm Bureau Wom- ens committee meeting was held last week Monday at the Buft hotel, where plans were made for next year's tJrbgram. Mrs. Otto R. Jensen, Seneca twp., and Mrs. Henry Looft Seneca 4-H chairman, attended. It was also decided to hold a food sale in Algona on Saturday, June 29, with proceeds of the sale to 'go toward. Kossuth county's share of a clubmobile. The food will be donated, by women in the county. , KOSSUTH HOSPITAL * May 6: Mrs. Milton Paulson, Lakota, boy. May 7: A J. Hertig, Algona, medical; Paul Bode, Corwith, Surgical. May 9: Mrs. Peter Rolling, Bancroft, .girl; Mrs. Craig Vinson, Algona, girl. Mby 10: Mrs. Howard Sarchet, Algona, girl; Joe Kern, Algona, .medical. May 11: Robert Bell, Algona, surgical; Maurice DeBoer, Wesley, surgical. .May 12: Mrs. John Storm, Algona, medical. GENERAL HOSPftAL May G: Mrs. Victor Struecker, •Fenton, medical; Dannie Neville, Algona, surgical; Mrs. Joe Koppen, Livermoro, surgical, expired May II. May 8: Mrs. -Brucie Davis, Irvington, girl; Mrs. E. A. Heidenwith, West Bend, medical. May 11: Mrs. August Sankey, Burt, medical; Mrs. R. M. Eggerling, Fentori, irl. Overseas Bride Coming Union—Bernard Gisch received word that his wife would arrive-May 17 from overseas, according to a telegram he received last week. Union township is awaiting a chance to welcome the overseas bride. In Smooth Saddle-tan Leather— 'Gay, carefree sandals for Mother, Daughter and Sister! . . . for your daytime, playtime apparel Even sizes, Women's 4 to 9, Misses 12 to 3, Childs 8'toll. •.•'.,.-;,; White Buys State Street Property W. A. White has purchased the property on west State street, across from the Algona Electric, and will tear it down. The house and 66 foot lot were owned by John William Remker of Minneapolis. The house in in dilapi- dated condition and has n used for anything tout storage^'for several years. Raymond Norton -6 Mdther Dies Alter Funeral services will be held Tuesday at Marshalltowh for: Mrs. W. A. 'Norton, 79, fnother of Raymond Norton of Algona-anil' Wayne Norton of Mat<shalltdw*, who died Saturday at the St Thoriias hospital where she had been a patient the past two years. Mr. and Mrs. Rayrhortd Norton and Mr. «nd Mrs. 'Richard Norton went to 'Marshalltown Tuesda'y to attend the services. $ ... ANEW SHIPMENT! ODRABLE DECORATIVE CRUSH-RESISTANT READY-TO-HANG 904NCHESLONG BEAUTIFUL PRESSED CELLULOSE . . . in bright 14-color Florals on a choice of Rose, Green, Blue or Eggshell backgrounds! For Sun-Parlors For Sleeping Porches For Summer Homes For Amusement Rooms For Breakfast-nooks For Bedrooms For LiVingrooms PAIR 90-in. Long! Full 56-in. Across! IMPORTANT ^Money-Saving ... (ov Summer! WOMEN'S *AND MISSES UITS A% ii Big Savings! Women^s SPRING SUITS J2- 27 Original $18,40, Now Women's SHORTIE COATS 'Original $31.00, Now Girl'* SPRING COATS Original $9.70, Now 20 .67

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