The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 22, 1942 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 22, 1942
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!,W - jt'i'j" Y« ,•""<"';{.;',*•'."< *.fi>'V '•* ';,V J ^' J f '", Jiyyi^jtl^ea^ Md. 4Ad MS*. DeiUils Ptttt wrtit ''to Mdaon Oijfton Saturday on a 'bUJtlriess trip. DA and Mrs. H. At. Olson and two children 1 will Spend Christmas at Ruthven wtth Mrs. Olson's mother, Mrs. Lula Johnson, Mrs. Maurice Mortenson of Mason City Will return to her home today after a week's visit with her mother, Mrs. L. C. Hanson. Dick Norton, medical student at the State University, Is spending the holidays wf.tto his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton-Norton. .. • BoBetta Barker spent the week end with friends in Des Moirtes. She Is employed at the Lalng and Muckey,plunftlng shop. Merle Oonklln M expected to arrive from the University of Du- ouque for Christmas with hto parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Conktlrt; . Tom KoMhaas arrived Thursday to spend the holWaya w$th hw par- •ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohlhaas. He attends Crclghton tffflverislty In Omaha. . '* . Betty 8oanlaii arrived Sunday from Iowa City to ape nd the Christmas .vacation with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. F..C. Scanlan. Betty attends the State University. Lieut and Mrs. Barry Grqenbcrg arrived Friday, for a w<cok with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Joe Greehberg, and his sister, Mrs. Don Alt and her new daughter, Marilyn Darby. . Russell Plekett arrived home on Tuesday after spending several :months In California where he was employed In an aircraft factory. He reports Hvlng conditions Very crowded. ; • • CALL US FOR FURNACE REPAIRS Dependable service, reasonable prices on repairs {or any make of far• race. Well help you be sure your furnace ia kept in good, shape. The iactory provides us with 24-hour- a-day service on genuine repair parts for Green Colonial furnaces. NEW FURNACES? Ii Tout proaont lumacs Is boyond UM or repair, you can dill bur • new Groen Colonial. A«k u> about II. ! 3 • LAING & MUCKEY 12 N. Dodge St Phone 464 Algoona, Jjowa GPFEN COLONIAL FURNACE SERVICE Mr. and Mrs.- W. G. Dan am family plan to spend Christmas wltl Mrs. Dau's parents, Mr. and Mra Amos Bhler at Swea City. Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Buthman wll go to Clear Lake on Sunday wher Rev. Buthman wMl be a speaker a a sub-district Youth Fellowship ral Mr. and Mrs. H. 1* \Voodwart and son, Richard, plan to go to Al bert City on Christmas day to vis it Mr8. Woodward's father, Jome Little; .Tack Strclt, student at the Stat University, is spending Christma Vacation with h?a grandfather, An ton Streit and his aunt, Mar; Streit. Dr. and Mrs. M. G. Bjourne wll have as their Christmas guests, Mr and Mrs. C. L. Maland of Elmor and, Mr. and Mrs, V. V. Naudain o hi Algona. Merle Bacon Is spending ... Christmas vacation with his parent: 'Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bacon. He i a student at Iowa State Colleg \t Ames. Mrs. Jflhn Coughlln has rentcc her home and will spend the win ter with her daughters, Mrs. Al vln Karr in Ireton and Mrs. Do Mertz in Cherokee. Dick Cowan Is visiting until aftc Christmas in Algona with his wif and daughters. Dick is employe on a defense plant 'construction jo at MeCook, Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. John Bysjoii spen Sunday at Fenton where they wer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. I Laage, who were celebrating thei 55th wedding anniversary. Dr. and Mrs. S. W. Meyer en tertained the teachers of their son.' Wayne and Jon at dinner Saturda evening. Present were Talcott, Ka Lorenz and Agnes Engle. Keith Moore left Sunday for Mil neapolls after a short" visit here w'.t his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Scot Moore. He ?a taking sivil scrvic training as a radio operator. Lieul enant Wayne Moore is also expec ed home on a' Christmas furlough Wayne is the elder Moore's son. COULD YOU USE $100? Bet you can think of many uses for it! Well, you can get $50- SIOO-$200 or more in IMMEDIATE CASH through us. Money to pay store' bills, doctor bills, insurance, buy coal, clothes, feed, livestock —easy monthly payments—special plan for fann- ers. SERVICE STRICTLY CONFTOENTIAI, L^ S. Bohannon Phone 103 Algona, la. Best fishes for a very (Christmas and a Happy New Year i-AX"""" 11 "" Lovely Carolynne qnd ileanore THAN 5*l'» BIOUIAR IOW 1 CfUINO PRICKI Stunning dolt SHOES K, B. Walter fcfrived Saturday from Des Molnes to spchd a week's leave Here with hid #ife and daughter, Thia la RUBS' Rtst leave since he enlisted in the navy over a year ago. . Colleen Parks, daughter ojt Mr. and iMrs. fid Parks -and Gerald Rochleau <Jf Whftteraore plan to spend Christmas with the former's grandmother, Mrs. Elizabeth Parka at Spencer. •George Meyers, son of l)r. and Mrs. M. D. Meyers now of Holsteln, arrived Friday to visit until after Christmas with Billy Dau and with h.'« aunt and uncle, Dr. and MM. S. W. Meyer. A. O. tfolfabaner 1ms accepted a position with the Glaser packing plant fet Fort (Dodge. He began work last week. For the past year he has .been the butcher at the Algona Food Market. Jane Moc, who Is taking nurses' training at the Mercy hospital in Sioux City, came home Saturday to spend Christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moe. This is Jane"s first year of. training. Mrs. M. 3. Strelt and son, Michael, went to Bmmetsburg this morning (Tuesday) to visit Mrs. Streit's mother, Mrs. Martin Coonan until after the holfdays. Mv. Streit will join them for Christmas. Mrs. Minnie Long has gone to Chicago to visit her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Clow and their daughter. She expected to 'be gone about a month. Mrs. Clo is the former Gertrude Long. DurwooU Baker is spending his Christmas vacation with his mother, Mrs. L. G. Baker. He is a student at Iowa State College at Ames ami he has been clerking at the Hub Clothiers durittg the Christmas rush. Amy Seefeld returned Tuesday to Cleveland, Ohio, after spending a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Seefeld. Amy is Superintendent of Communications for .the United Air Lines and she does radio operating. Percy Stone Is a new electrician employed at the Pratt Electric Co. He began work Monday morning arid .bring his wife and two children here as soon as .living quarters can be arranged. They come from West Bend. Calvin and tnuise Wadleigh are spending the Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wadloigh. Calvin attends Iowa State College at Ames and Louise is a student at Iowa State Teacher's College at Cedar Falls. Mrs. P. V. Janso and Mrs. A. 3. Eason went to Mason City Monday to meet Mrs. H. T. Miller and son, -Phillip, who arr.'.ved from Oklahoma City. Mrs. Miller and her son are here for an extended visit with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. P: V. Janse. The beginners and primary departments of the Presbyterian Sunday school will rehearse for the pageant Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock at the church. There will toe dress rehearsal of the pageant Wednesday evening at 7:30. Don Alt was expected to arrive the flrsf of the w«ek to visit his wife and" new daughter, Marilyn, who are at the Kossuth hospital. Don was enroute to FlorMa at the time of the birth of his daughter and could not be notified of her arrival until he called here. , He does radio work'wlth the'army arid has been stationed at Sioux Falls, South Dakota, until recently. Mr. and Mrs, J, E. Kerner and ~soii, Jimmy, moved recently "into the Henry Reiken house yacatec by the Earl LaMoirs, Mrs. Larson and two boys left aibout the same time for their new home ta Aber deen, South Dakota, where Mr. Lar son was transferred a few weeks ago to 'be manager of the S. & L store. Mr. Kerner succeeds Mi- Larson' as manager of the loca store. M. J. Holdren has recently returned from Dutch Harbor, Alaska where he has been employed as a carpenter on airplane hangars. He found the work interesting and would like to go iback :'n the spring The older Holdren son is In the Merchant Marine attending a five month school of Instruction Brooklyn, New York. He is at present at sea In his first lessoir trip Other Algonians attending the school are Pat McEnroe and Orville Bakken. Walter Gorman wMl also go to the same school when he receives his call In January. ST. JOE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Fred IHg moved to St. Joe last week to the Fuhrmann house which they purchased recently. George Wagner, Peter Kayser, Alfred Reding and Sylvester Wagner spent Monday at Des Moines on business, Mrs. William Hammer attended the funeral of her grandfather, David Benge, 87, at Brodgate last Tuesday afternoon. William .Hammer had the misfortune to painfully tajure his left hand last week while having a car jacked up to change a tire. The car slipped off the jack. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Big, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reding and family, Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Reding and faroMy, Mr. and &frs. Herman Jllg and Anna Kayser spent Christmas at the George Wagners. •Masses on Chrtetn}tM» Day in St. Joseph's church here will toe H|gh Mass at TVcJock followed by two low Masse* At 8 o'clock a low Mass followed by another low Mass nd high. Mass at 10 o'clock. The anual Chriuwnas day program wMl <he staged in St. Joseph's auditpriurri Tuesday, December 22 at 8 p. m. Every year a program 9 given to put ftll in the Christmas spirit. All the children will participate in tbe program, Sel wJU fttefl fce played J»y (he orchestra. i Henry Bormanu, Mrs. , jar* Fr«.d pip, Mrs. Msth Mr*. JuJUw <&J?e§Ui8. - ma-nn. are the new leaders pfcosen to lead the seven .circles ta St. JP- seph's parish The old leaders were in charge of the circle fo? the pg&t a fine stock of of the best rayon and eBjwberg feoje you've seen stoop ihjfl 'began. Sheer, toeautifu) Esther Allwell of the Advance staff, left Saturday for her home In McGregor where she will spend a week. Dick Palmer ftnd Mart Scheme! who attend Coe College at Cedar Rapids, are spending the Christmas holidays with their parents, Mr. and iMns. Bert Palmer and M;-. and Mrs. Eugene Scheme! Dprothy Hobson, one Hoeh,' received honor roll mention at the Hamilton Business school at Mason CHy. She was placed on the super- honor roll which but eight students attained with her 3.5 grade average. Dorothea Bjustrmn' arrived on Thursday evening from Mitchell, S. Dak., where she attends Dakota Wesleyan University to spend her Christmas vacation with her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Bjustrom. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Coddlngton have moved into the W. A. Lorenz house on South Thorington. Mr. Coddington is the manager of the Defense. Relocation Corporation here. They came here from Ccn- terville. The members of Hie Prpsbyterian church are filling baskets for Chr'st- maa Eve distribution in Algona. Contributions should be left at the home of Mr. and (Mrs. James McGee on State street by Wednesday evening. Mr. and Airs. John D!tnk;>rth and son-. RJ'Chard of Ames spent the week end in Algona with friends and relatives. Another son, Robert, who is in the navy, was able to secure leave and join his family hers. The Ditsworths are former Algon- ians. Mary Ann Flalg of Lone Rock Is a new bookkeeper at the Algona Creamery since the induction of Iryin Miller into the army. Miss Flaig Is "the daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. Frank Flaig and she .'s staying at the C. R. Pommercnnings in Algona. Bob Muckey and Roger Michel arrived home Fr.'day from Mitchell South Dakota, where they are students at Dakota Wesleyan. They will spend the Christmas vacation with their respectiv eparents, Mr and Mrs. L. S. Muckey and Mrs. A. E, Michel. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jviikinson an- enjoying a visit from both their daughters over the holidays. Margaret is here for a week's vsit. She is a student n-urse at Mercy hospital at Davenport. Another daughter, Hazel, is also taking a vacation. She '.-s employed by the E. R, Schleis at Fenton. Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Hilliard of South Bend, Indiana, arrived Saturday evening for Chnstmas at the A. A. Bishops. Mrs. Halliard is the former Margaret Bishop. Mr. and Mrs Hilliard came to Algorra from Ottumwa where they had been called by the sudden death of Mr. Milliard's father, Frank Hilliard. Mrs". Andrew Godfredson recently recently received a lovely bouquet of flowers from her son, Low- ell Samp, In honor of her birthday. Lowell is at a Navy trade school at the UnlversMy of Miami in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hilton and son, Larry, expect to move to Indianola after the first of the year. Jack will be manager lor a variety store there beginning January 1. Mrs. Hilton and son will join h'm as soon as their home here, can be rentad and quarters In Indianola foun.1, Mrs. Hilton, came here seven years ago from Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Rome Itpbtaon of the Irvington neighborhood have received word that their son, Vernon, has been transferred to the University of Kansas at Lawrence/ where he is receiving a special course in mechanics nt the navy school there. He was recently home on a leave following his boot training at Great Lakes. Student* home from the University of Iowa for the Christmas holidays include: Mr. and 'Mrs. Otto HarJan's -son, Bob; Dr. and Mrs. C. H. Cretzmeyefs daughter, Jane; Mr. and Mrs. C. R. (LaBarre's dmigh* ter, Eleanor; .Mr, % and Mrs. Fred G«'«ef's 'sonv Bob; (Mr. antf Mrs; R. O. Bjuatrom's son, Wayne and F. C. Zender's daughter, Polly. Mr. and Mfcl Bob Dewel are also expected for the holidays with their parents, W, C. Dewel and the C. Ef. Chubbs, Mr. and Mr*...T.. Lt Larspn and 'daughter, Meredith, will leave on : Wednesday for Christmas with •their daughter and son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs Carlton Fischer at LaPorte, Indiana. Another daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gormley of Chicago will be present. Mr. and Mrs. Larson- will be away a week while Meredith will return to Algona on the Mon•day following Christmas. Mrs. Tom- Krnse attended' the graduatron exercises of the State University of Iowa Saturday in which her sister, Jean Murtagh, was graduated. Both Mrs. Kruse and Jean arrived in Algona Sunday for the Christmas holidays with the'.r parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mur- ?*t*3!W«W<!ir<S!$r«a^^ * '* i Season's Greetings The Iowa State Bank wishes each and every one of you a Merry Chr.'-stmas. Regardless of what has happened to this old world in 1942, there is still love and cheer and friendship of which we may •fashion another happy Christmas season. And may we wish tor you in 1943 all those finer thtogs which make life abundantly worthwhile. Iowa State Bank R. H. !\ailer H. Gilmore F. i,. McMahon lash, Mr Kruac was inducted into the army .last Wednesday and Mrs. Kt-iise w)ll:make her home with her pttftatS until! til!!' definite. She fr ,t Juat Received— Permanent Anti-Freeze Mixes wifili Water and guaranteed ^2.65 First come, first served Greenberg Auto Supply ,8nJfe8SJBiM!i^j»3i^^ F 5 [I S ^ !»«SWia^^ • : ;•'• •'•^.^^"•'••,&•'£$&;! '•>•••• . ;; ;'-:' '.". •' ;.-' m Just received^-nariother-shipment'of Gift Articles. There are Books, Games, Perfiimizers, Men's Toilet Sets, Range Sets, Necktie racks, \ Sachets, Powder Boxes, Book Ends, Military Sets, Fancy Cleansing Tis- * sue Boxes, Smokers' Articles, Fancy Soaps, etc. iLate shoppers will find something for everyone on their list here. Christmas Ice Cream Cherry Pie (serves 6) , _39c Pecan Roll _ ..quart size 45c Xmas Center Bricks quarts 45c BARKER'S "SANTA'S HEADQUARTERS" S « :! k «v.Uk MI'.'^ «u.u. MVV^. M.-.U. *W.L* vb-.u. 1.1 H.-.1—. Btii— it-.L-. M.'^. H-->^ —u u Z-ilL Z-7L _••_ --i— ^-.t^ i-. ; - -;m J*.; * ^;^!»»atte'^^^ HOOD'S SUPER VALU ALGONA, IOWA ALCONA BUTTER P.&G.SOAP E-Z BLEACH 10LARGEBARS43c ______ QlIARTBOTtLE43c Carol Catsup, 14 oz. bottle —__ _2 for 25c Peanut Butter _6 oz. bottle lie Campbell's Tomato Soup ., 3 cans 25c Sun Rich Corn Flakes .___ : 3 pkgs. 21c Sun Rich Oats ____________lge. p^. 18c CALUMET BAKING POWDER ^ 15c CAMAY, PALMOLIVE NORTHERN TISSUE 3BARS20c 5ROLLS25c Bapinwax Paper _____________ ___ ___ 2 rolls 15c Crisco _______________________ ___ 3 Ib. can 69e Skat Broom, good quality ___ ___ '.!•„.,__ ...each. 39c Magic Bake Flour _i _____________ __49 Ibs. $1.69 Gold Nugget Flour — _____________ 49 Ibs. $1.52 GRAPEFRUrr JUICE N0.5TTN25c CAROL TOMATO JUICE CERBERS BABY FOOD 3CANS19c Cranberries ________ _____________ per. quart Grapefruit; Texas __"; _______ ______10 for Fancy Jonathan' Apple§ i__l ________ Yellow Onions _: ____ ^ _____ -.fllLV-l QUALITY MEATS FANCY JUMBO CODFISH 1LB. BOX 45c TENDER SHAMLESS PICNICS LB. 33c SUMMERSAUSAGE LB.27>c SMOKED COUNTRY SAUSAGE LB. 29c FRESH PORK NECK BONES LB.9c Lean Boneless pORKCururrs SLICED BACON . 33c LB.39c i Your S & L Sfore Starting Wednesday! Buy for Now! For Next Winter! Save Enormously! great annual ^ women VALUES TO */4.85/ VALUES TO *30J • Magnificent fur fabrics! • Warm rugged tweeds! • Ught-as-a-feather fleeces! 9 Ever ready plaid revereiWeil • Lunurious fur trims! • Coon, Wolf, Fox. Coney! •Slim fitted reefers! 9 Comfortable boxy casuaM • Every "Hit'Fashfon" coat style! «'_ " • Sizes for everyone! ,1 e tuui

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