The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1946 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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ALGONA UPPER DES MOlNfiS, ALGONA, IOWA CUT RATE DRUG LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED WALGREEN AGENCY SPECIAL 125 Ft. Wax Paper 19c ( I I I I I I I j L SPECIAL Pocket Combs 8c WEATHER FORECASTER 79c LYSOL BLUE JAY CORN PADS 6 for 23c PALMOLIVE SHAVE CREAM 27c Prince Albert TOBACCO 1 Ib. 76c Noxzema at . . 43c Cod Liver Oil, pt. 98c 200 Aspirins '„ . 69c Kotex Napkins . 25c 60c B'romo Seltzer Pond's Lipstick' . Colgate T'paste . Johnson's Powder Milk Magnesia, pt. Castoria . . . 6Gc Drene S'por Blue Blades, 5 for 37c 39c 33c 31c 49c CHRISTMAS HARD CANDY 79c jar LIGHTER FLUID IOC ABDOL VITAMINS 100 for $239 F COMPLEX CAPSULES 100 for $239 RUBBING ALCOHOL Pt-. 29c I I : , PEPSODENT ANTISEPTIC , , | Two 50c Bottles for" j | TONI COLD-WAVE PERMANENT I 49c I I $|25 VOTE NOVEMBER 5th ERTNEY AlllRNir ' ' ' • , . . Born and Raised and willing te ' if^ W th§ ; of !»?« lor tltt people '' "'''"''' ' '' ' ' FOR RESULTS USE UPPER DES MOINES WANT ADS. SENECA 4-H HAS 5 NEW MEMBERS Seneca: The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club met at the Roy Osborn home Monday evening. The new officers, who were elected at the last meeting, began their duties. They are: president, Gerald Olsen; ' Vice president, Jack Looft; secretary and treasurer, Errol Peterson j 1'e- porter, Dick Looft. Roll call was answered by telling what the members had gained from 4-H during the past year. Five new members wore welcomed into the club. They are: Billy Jensen, Jimmy Lynch, Robart Kennedy, Tommy Moore, and Roger Anderson. Mrs. Jack Behrends visited at ihc home of her sister at Barmtm last Saturday. Donn-i Jean Bollig, who teaches at Tcrrill, In., also spent the weekend at home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Osborn of: Mason City spent last weekend at the Roy Osborn home. | On Friday the two women ac- Jompaniecl by Mrs. Anna Osborn, were guests at the Wm. Brown I home near Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L»tch«r find family of Alexandria, S. D., visited Saturday at the home of hi' sister the Lester Osborns. Mesdamcs Haltie Turner and Charles Lowe, guests at the William Osborn home, were entertained Thursday at dinner at the Roy Osborn home. ' ;• •; Shirley, nine-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. - Clarence Madsen, submitted to-tan'appen- dectomy at the Hal/. Fantily.hos- pital at Esthorville Thursday. Mesdames Rov Qsborn. Earl Crouch, Russel Jensen, and Jack Behrends attended a Circle too. 5 meeting of the W. S..C..S. at the Dale Wiesbrod home-'at•'Fenton Wednesday afternoon. . Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Osborn home were Mes- ''ames Hattie Turner and Charles Loure. Margery Osborn, who is employed at the Iowa State bank at Algona, also spent the weekend at home. Mr. and Mrs. Les Denton are the proud parents of an 11 3/4 pound baby boy born Sunday nipht at the Kossuth hospital at Alrona. The Dentons now have a family of two daughters and two sons. Mr. and Mrs.. J. W. Bollig,entertained their nephews f : at dinner Sunday. Eugene:-arid Paul Bollig, Miss Rose Mary?; Knoll, all of Comfrcy, Minn,.,,?arid. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Metier-".and family of Algona. , J . .'. Mrs. Attie McChafie of Lake Crystal, Minn., returned ' to her home last Sunday after/s sending a week assisting at ^the J. 'W. Bollig home, the R'a'\ph| Campbell home and with'pU)em friends in the-community. '•'•£('• The 'Junior class " _PA<3£ Portlartd Twp. News Pprtland: Mrs. Herbert Leek has b'een spending a few weeks with the'"Albert Baas family, where she had assistance with the cure of the small son. The Leeks live with and work for Roscoe Mawdsley. They have, rented a farm for next year. 'Miss'Wess .a former Burt high school teacher was a guest of Evelyn Becker at the homecoming at Cedar Falls. • Nedra Wolf, a graduate nurse from Carroll ,was a recent visitor at home and with the Calvin Bristow family in Burt. 3 WEDDING BANNS, WHITTEMORE AREA Whittemore: Announcement has been made in St. Michael's Catholic church of the-tipproaching marriages oYLeland Bobiltt, Cylinder, and Bosella Hoag. Graettinger; Daniel .Fogarty, Rodman, and Ger- 'vucle Kliegel, Graeltinger; Robert ^'oming. Whittemore, and Viola wagner, Algona. •Mrs. Lillie Gee'-an is reported on the sick list and cinfined to her bed. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck and lamily visited .at the home of Mrs Lauck's brother Mr. and Mrs. Mai-tin Meyer in Garner last Sunday. Margaret Rooney was in Des Moines Tuesday taking her state examination us a beauty operator which will enable her to get a beauty operator's license, fnmn andf(Mrs - Ewald Rusch and rn^w X' ear]y Frlda y morning for Waterloo and other points in Wisconsin, visiting w:th Mrj Rusch's parents and other relatives. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. MqCreery were at Clare Monday where they attended the wedding of Mary Chalus, a niece of Mrs. McCreery. Mrs. Clarence Bormann, St. Joe, visited at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Kollasch Wednesday. Mrs. Bormann was the former Caroline Kollasch. Five Winners In Quarterback Club At the meeting of the Quarterback's Club, a week ago Monday night, winners in the weekly football guessing contest .based on coming close (o winners and actual scores were Wayne Bown. Russ Ouster, Frank Huxtable, Gene Hertz and Ralph Dieckman. Reservations for the evening meal should be made by 4 p. m. on Monday at George's Cafe. Winners in score guessing must be there to collect. G.t Home Cam fort that La it* • Houietime with an EAGLE CERTIFIED INSULATION JOB Phont ui lod*y CowanBldgSupplyCo. Phono 275 ALGONA, IOWA Dr. L. L, Ptetfer Is New Legion Head Of Wealey'* Post Wesley Dr. L. L. Pfeffer, local dentist, was installed as post commander of the local Legion post by Post Commander L. L. Lease at their meeting Tuesday evening of last week. Albert Lickteig is adjutant, Vincent Kleinpetervis service officer; J. P. luder, vice president; L. L. Lease, finance officer; Geo. Vitzthurii Jr., sgt.-sl-arms5 Kraus, chaplain. The nion rented the Kleinpeler hall will move the first of U\o motpfl^ from the rooms above tho pool* hall. : :§;ff A membership drive is on wifji: v Denny Vitzthum and Earl V * as leaders. So all eligible should look up one of tha TO BUY OR SELL: You'll gciii long way before you can the reader coverage of Upper Des Moines want ads! J. F. (Jack) Quinn Democratic Candidate For SUPERVISOR FOURTH DISTRICT "BEST BUYS" OF THE WEEK AT Shop c^ndSave on These Timely Values! hard on their class. «-._„..,„,„« the will present Thursday an •n-idav evenings, Octobe| 24 "an 25. The play is a three-act' fare- comedy and is directed c "^--*-<"' Rectenwald. Recent visitors at, 'the,: J. W Bollig home wore Mr.-told Mrs Ben Bollig of Ogdon., Utah While here they also via'itod rel "lives at 'Comfrey, Minn.' Mi Bollig is employed bv the Unio Pacific railroad. It has been-1 years sir.ce they visited.here., Mrs. Clarence Osborn and soi David accompanied her mothe Mrs. Freelove Wiesbrod and sis ter Hazel to Minneapolis las week Sunday evenmp.where Da vid is receiving medical treat ment. They planned to return home Friday evening. Mrs. An na Osborn of Fenton stayed a the Osborn home while Mrs. Os born and David were gone. Algona Man Wins :;..,' Oil Company Prize Among the winners in a •sale contest conducted by Continenta Oil Co. among its 20,000'dealer and jobbers in the United State •was H. K. Knecht, operajfcgf. the Conoco Station at 70'i w 'Eait State St., Algona, it was announced here Awards in the contest are/jbeing given for th/ promotion df'Con- tinental's travel service' tp'mbtor- 'sts, and winners are given theii choice of a large list of merchandise prizes. , ,. Presentation of the award was made here by G. W. Scott, distric sales representative, of For -•odge. *.-, OREEN COLONIAL FURNACE of furn«» you <9l»pl«tt f» «* LainglMuckey GREEnCOLOniflL FUROflCE SERVICE BOYS' Gym Shoes $191 "Lacr&s'sc Brand" — with heavy rubber soles. Strongly made. All sizes. Flannel Shirts Woolrich brand, 100% wool. Br'srhl plaids and checks. Size's 14 Hi to 17 CHILDREN'S Warm Mittens 17 Warm woo! mackinaw mittens to fit out all the children in the family. SOLID COLOR Single Blankets $595 Rayon bound edges, nice weight blanket in single size with plenty of tuck- in. CHILDREN'S 1590 Part-wool - thick fleece tuits-4-two,piece and some three-piecers with hood to makfh. Sizes 1 to 8. MEN'S Shoes $424 Peters Diamond Brand work shoes with no-scam backs. Oak leather sole and heel. MEN'S ; Winter Caps 79c Heavy gabardine caps with warm fur lining and ear flaps. All sizes. Wool Mackinaws Flannel Pajamas $2l9 Chenille Spreads $991 WOMEN'S Bias-Cut Slips $1so Women's lane - Irimriic'', slips in white only. S'zes 34 to 40. Bias cgt for bpt* Foot Lockers $101 l|i|l||iffi|l| •9-\?:tf$%$£&&?(^-&^*& W 4 p^plofl^WF !;#*.?;¥ -' : '•*^^-^SS:%.-?lsp^;iffij-./ -•• : -^i|®|p4jSp|$iil||i^

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