The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 4, 1945 · Page 2
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 4, 1945
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ROCK CHURCH XMAS OCR AM SUNDAY r «., ** R6ck! The Lone Rock held Its Christmas pro- |(f fifH Sunday evening at the fifihool auditorium. The program CWlsi9ted of: Weleome, Kermit Kfueger; scripture, Luke 2: 1-21, by Helen Gettman, Delofes Marlow, Joan Zwiefel, Joah Flaig, Verda Belle Behrends and Rita HUrlburt; prayer, lona Whitehouse; Shining for Jesus. Carol Householder, Judy Newbrough; Jesus Loves Me, Jerry Jensen, Carol Householder, Sharon Crow, Kermit Krueger, Darlene Long And Wanda Schrader; play for nine boys, Max flalg/ PMebe, Leoft MattoW, JOna Got" ton, Ellwyn Householder, Dick Jensen, Dennis Long, Leroy Schradet, Dick Snyderj teeltfttioft, Mothers Always Do, Garry House* holder; song, Away in a Man* ger, Sharon Ctow, play, Marjorie Houck, Margaret Fischer 1 , Betty Whitehduse, Janet Krueger, Doris Rath; song, Glory, (above group); pantomime, While Shepherds Watched, Shepherds, Jack Gettman, Frite Newbrough, Darryl Householder, Merrill Faye Marlow, angel, Delilah Marlow, shining throng, Betty Shaser, Annabelle Whitehouse, Kay Hamlin, Patsy Marlow, Virginia Rath, Norma Blerle; pantomime, The First Noel, scroll reader, Helen Jensen, shepherds, group of boys, wise men, James Jorgenson, Lester. Schultz, Donald Nelson; pan- to&iime, Joy to the World, Betty Shsser, Virginia KatH, Annabelle- WWtehotJid! taftdle light t>f»e«s* Sion, group of girls. After the program sacks of huts and apple's Were handed out amottg the crowd and the presents under the Christ* mas tree were passed out. Former Lakota Wave Weds Sailor In South Lakotfl: Friends here Deceived the announcement Of the marriage of Patricia Wopdworth, S- 2c, to Frank Locke, filec. M. 2-c at Hollywood Florida, Friday, Dec. 15. Both are in the naval reserve. Patricia Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Wopdworth, former residents of Lakota when Mr. Woodworth was druggist here. Mr. and Mrs. Woodworth, who now live in Manson, attended the wedding. OPA \CiltlNGPRICE list rmrww I MOIL WE POST 'EM . . CEILING PRICES . YOU CHECK 'EM In order to know how much you can save, we invite you to make a comparison of our prices on well known brands. You'll quickly agree that you can—; "SAVE AT COUNCIL OAK" PKG. 10e FKG. 90 FKG. 110 Fancy and Extra Fancy Winesaps—Yellow Newtons Red Delicious—Golden Delicious Sized and Pound ... Grapefruit TEXAS SEEDLESS, LB. ., CABBAGE LARGE SOLID HEADS, LB. ... WAXED Rutabagas 4li round WAXED Parsnips Found 90 SWEET Potatoes Found < 90 Per NAVEL ORANGES 110 YOUNG CARROTS Per Bunch GIANT PKG. 120 PKG7 lie GIANT PKG. 120 (COUNCIL OAK GUARANTEED MEATS tat Meat for Proteins L Bulk Mij^emeat, Pound 22c tick Chili, Pound ^-29c *d, 2-lb.;L«B 89c BE£F ROAST: P 3und FOKK IUSAGE, Pound 330 "STAR" Pork Link SAUSAGE Found PORK SPARERIBS, Pound 21 c BEEF LIVER, Pound 29c OLD FASH. MEAT LOAF, Pound ... .33c 390 1 SUMMER SAUSAGE, Pound 37c Skinless FRANKS Pound 330 Small FRANKS Pound 350 ! SPICED LUNCH MEAT, Pound 39c NECK BONES £ 70 PORK LIVER £ 190 PURE LARD 2 pings'. 330 HOLSUM SALAD PRESSING, Qt 34c CALgRMSA SARDBNES, Oval Cans I3c MEAL fn 3, PLENTY FOR 4 PkgT EXTRA FANC HEAD RICE Per I? Pound I fc Superb GRAPE JELLY 16-oz. Jar Blue Star FIG PRESERVES Jar"' 290 Meads 18-oz. OQ^ Package .. w!»?5 "THRIFTY" WHITE LOAF 50- I'ouml line ........ GUARANTEED ftRST PRIZE 50-Pound Bag ....... For a cold weather breakfast: A plateful of delectable, golden RiDOUE CAKES MADE WITH ROBB-ROSS MIX FAMILY BAG Hemu SYRUP WEDDING BREAKFAST ^l e . s>ru|1 .....68e ROBB-ROSS CUBAN CANE SYRUP 5-lb. Jar \. Hershey Breakfast COCOA ££. 100 Nancy Ann Bread !£?. Me Ma Brown Whole Wheat Ponick Com and , Gloss Ft nick PUBI CORN STARCH ferfex Breadth 15c MILK?:* 1 9c FINE BLEND TAG-CUT Pound • QA«i Jar aUv WHOLE BERRY Council OakflQ A Coffee, lb. .**v Red Dot 4-oz. Bag Potato Chips I9c FIRST PRIZE YELLOW CORN MEAL 5/4216 Malt-o-Meal Cereal ll goz ... 22c SUPERB ROLLED OATS 3^24p YOBR FHIEMO JANUARY 5&T BOWL FOR Miss Betfy Dlffiler 6f ties Moines spent Christmas with her paif ents, Mr. and Mr8 t Salph Dlmlfer Mrs. Harry Llehty spent 86V era! days at Masort ,Clty Visiting her daughter-in-law, Mrs. DeRay Lichty. James Smith of Omaha spent the Christmas holidays With his Brents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Imlth. Miss Esther Merkle of Beverly Ky., spent several days vlSliin^ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Merkle. Miss Shirley Dimler of Des Moines spent Christmas day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aft Dimler. Miss Florence Godfrey of Thompson, Iowa, spent Christmas day with her mother, Mrs. Olla Godfrey. Mrs. Clara Sankey and son Bert of Algona spent Christmas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Riley. Miss Sarah Blumer of Chicago spent the Christmas holidays at the home of her sister, Miss Luella Blumer.' Mr. And Mrs. BertJRamus spent a few days" at DecoraH visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Seim. Mrs. Edward Greenway of Lumband, 111., spent several days visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs William Ellis. Mr. <and Mrs. Hugh Shirk an(3 Sally spent Christmas 'day at Royal and Linn Grove visiting their parents. Mrs. Jack La Warne and her son of Fort Dodge spent Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Rogers. Miss Phyllis Lichty and Mrs. Phil Lichty, Jr., of Mason City spent the week-end at' the parental Phil Lichty home. Miss Barbara Hardcopf arrived home recently from California where she had spent several months visiting relatives. Mrs. Elda Coleman and' children of St. Paul spent Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Fred Schneider, and other relatives. Chris Sietz of Chicago and Gottlieb Sietz of Fort Dodge visited recently with their sister and, family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Merkle Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips and family of Ames spent Christmas day with his mother, Mrs. Jennie Phillips, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. De Ray Godfrey and Robert of Maspn City spent Christmas with his mother, Mrs. Olla Godfrey and sister Rubye. Miss Doris Dehnert arrived home recently from Washington to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dehnert. Marie and Maxine Patterson of Chicago spent the Christmas holidays at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Patterson. Mrs. Marguerite Smith and her daughter Mary Ann of Minneapolis spent a few days visiting.with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. li. C, Allen. ' Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sanford and family spent Christmas day at the .home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heinkel at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Arthur Satre and children returned to their home at Rockford, 111., after spending several weeks with her father, F. C. Fritzmeier. Mrs. Ella Wioto arrived home recently from Cedar Rapids where she spent several weeks visiting her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Wioto. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Phillips and family of Storm Lake visited recently at the home of his mother, Mrs. Jennie Phillips, and with other relatives. A general meeting of the W. S. C. S. of the Methodist church will be held in the city hall, Wednesday, Jan. 10. Installation of officers to be made. Mrs. Henry Goetsch and sons Craig and Gary of Waterloo are spending a vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ne'lson and with other relatives. Mrs. Flora Raneyleft recently JfoY. ftUaBedk, Idwa r will sUelid the Wlfl._, With her daughter- attd family, Mr. KBd MfS, Richard ffel, ,. ¥he Women's „ „„ cleiy of. the Evangelical church met Thursday afternoon; at .the home of Mrs. Edwin Hefti. • frhe M&tf officers f6r the y&ir welfe" Installed. • Radar* Man 2-c firnest Mayhew. Hflrold Mayhew and M*s, Harold McDuffy, all of Schuyler, Neb., spent several days visiting at the home of their aunt arid uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Muhle. Mr. and Mrs. George "TledS of Des, Moines and Miss Jean'Mo- sher of Cedar Rapids spent Christmas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and With ' other relatives. Mrs. Henrietta NorthrUp who has been staying with her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Dimler for- the past several months, left recently for Fort Dodge to Visit another daughter, Mrs. Clarence Hill. Lt. and Mrs. James Neville arrived home recently from Pampa, Texas, to spend a 16-day furlough with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Art Dimley, and other relatives;Lt. ^Nevnie will felufn to Frederick, Okla., after his furlough. SF-2c Carold (Butch) Heinkel spent 2 days visiting at the home of his sister and family, Mr. and VIrs. Francis Sanford. S. F. Heinkel Is stationed at Camp Rousseau, Port Huenerrte, Calif. He pi'- to return to his station on 1. ;Tie LuVerne Lively Lassies 4-H club held their Christmas party Monday evening, Dec. 18. it the home of Marilyn , Hefti. 2velyn Jones gave a report on the picture, "Madonna of the Chair," After a short business meeting games were played. A nice, lunch was served at the close of the evening. The next meeting will je held Jan. 8 at the home of Arlene Jensen. Christmas day guests at the lome of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Ramus were Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Schichtl and son Jerry of Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Chas Sorenson of Corwith; Miss Betty Ramus of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Tames Thorn and sons James and 1/arry of Algona; Mr. and Mrs. ienry Marr and children of Spirit Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Jergensen and son Dennis of Algona. Members of the Evangelical shurch held a family dinner at the lall Friday afternoon. Officers 'or the Sunday school were elected for the coming year as foiows: Elmer Merkle, superintendent; Lawrence Marty, assistant superintendent; Bernard Wolf, ,reasurer; Melvin Marty, secre- ;ary; Hulda Fritzmeier and Mari-t yn Hefti, pianists. Paul Blumer was appointed trustee for the year and. Wm. Marty was elected treasurer. Mrs. Paul Beckman is the" church pianist. SENECA NEWS;) ' ' La Vonne Bailey, student at the University of Minnesota, is spending the Christmas holidays with her parents, the C. O. Baileys. Supt. and Mrs.' Gowan attended funeral services last Thursday for the former's uncle, Ed Bailey of Terrill. Mr. Bailey passed away the day before Christmas. The Jens Halversons entertained their sons and daughters and families at their home on Christmas night. The Alfred Enesses of Ames came up for the day. Helen Cody, teacher in the Ledyard public school, and Maxine Cody, student at Waldorf college, Forest City, spent Christmas with their parents, the Albert Codys. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wilberg' attended the Wilberg family Christmas get-together at the Reuben Larson home near Armstrong Christmas day. Wm. Osborn was taken to the hospital at Estherville Wednesday before Christmas for a check-up He was brought home again . on Saturday. He has been in . poor Jiealth for some time. SURGE DAIRY FARM EQUIPMENT Surge Milking Machines Surge Electric Fencers Surge Dairy Maid Electric Water Heaters Service man available at all times. ^^^^P ^^ ^^ ^w ^m^^ ^HH^ ImplGnriGfit to* Swe* Cityt p?ic?"tBo"fTdf"Mii«iSi«; aflffred' hofiie that rftdfnlfig f6f to Christ* mas holidays and another, daugh» tef aiitil -family, 1 thi J6hnS Heft* of Ames, were, also' fdf' the day. ' •. and Mrs. ftealVOsbOrri aftd son Gary spent the Christmas holidays at the Wm. OsbbM home and with bther .relatives in this vicinity. They returned ta thWr home at La Pdrte City on f htirs- day,' They "were accompanied home by an aunt, Mfs, Haltle Turner of Waterloo, who has been visiting at the home of her broth- etj Wm. Osborn. '"> ' Ifefgaftef tfi^'sHdp'wlIf,' THE STAR^BEAUTY SHOP The saitfe epemt6fc§, Isto Homeipvdld and Marie Semofo and tojteelf'Will 6bntiflue as the shoe's pers6iiti6L . * We thank ybti t&t past patronage, 'and wel- •; ' come all aid afld'riew customers in the future, MRS. ALICE WILKINS Ja«k Sprat 46' oz. Can GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 3| C Jack Sprat Pure 1 lb. Jar PEACH PRESERVES 2Tc Jock Sprat ' , ' Tall Tumbler APPLE JELL 2lc Jack Sprat 1 lb. 12 oz. Jar APPLE BUTTER ... ..26c California, Extra Large RIPE OLIVES ....I..... 36 C Jack Sprat 46 ot. Can TOMATO JUICE ..:.:. Jack Sprat Quart JarJ PEANUT BUTTER 49< Jack Sprat 1 lb. fta PEANUT BUTTER Crisp , Quart J/ir DILL PICKLES -2' Richelieu ' Bpti CATSUP ....... r 2JOc SPRY, 3 lb. jar fc»" *KH&S?j?Sisa Texas, 96 Size GRAPEFRUIT |Q for 35 C ^ «£v SunlXist, Large Size LEMONS Q for 25c California Sun Kist, Largre Size NAVEL ORANGES 1 Doz. 59 C Extra Fancy ^ Red and Golden Delicious Apples ......2 *** •** • •• i- i California CARROTS ..;..;!;...::.; .,,, \, . \ No. 1 Idano Russet POTATOES 1....'.. .....1"0 lb. MeshBag 55c COLONIAL LOG CABIN SALT, 2 lb. jjkg. 5c Fresh Frozen Fish - Oysters NORTHERN PIKE FILLETS per lb. 33c ROSE FISH FILLETS per lb. 39 C FRESH CAUGHT RIVER BULLHEADS .,,.... L... lb. 39 C BACON SQUARES „... lb. 2lc AMERICAN BEAUTY OLEO 2 Iba. 49c LONGHORNCHEESE lb. 33 C Jack Sprat, Quick or tleg. OATS 3 Ibs. 25c Jack Sprat, Reg. and 5 Min. CREAM OF WHEAT ....|9 C WHEAT MEAL ~|9o Regular Wheaties ...-2 for (9c Giant Size NOLA FLAKES . ............ 59 C Large Package OXYDOL ,,.;., ................ 23C DUZ'.... ....... .... RINSO ............................ 230 JACK SPRAT CRYSTAL WHITE SYRUP | gal, 39 C JACK SPRAT GOLDEN SYRUP r | gal 35c JACK SPRAT PANCAKE FLOUR ,,,,3 lb, Bag |8c RANCH HOU3E PANCAKE FL<JUR, 1 lb, 4 w, 2 foy 2Bfi CHATMANS NEW CROP^ SORGHUM .....i :~per gal. ||| BETTY CROCKER SOUP MIX.;.,.., ,...„.. 8>kg8, 29o HALLMARK QUICK CHILI ,. WHITE JAP HULLESS POPCORN ....;.' 29c JUMBO FANCY ROASTED PEANUTS RAY'S Jack ^B^JBSF sip HWP ^f f" If:,. :*«:

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