The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 9, 1943 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 9, 1943
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m The Al|oftft. .Upper PCS Moihes, Algotta,,Iowa, .September ft,. 1943 I Mf. and Mrs, Lee Jfrteit of Butt and Mr. and Mrs. Sam gthith ;spent the Labt* Day week end at Wheeler's Beach, Okoboji, where they had a cottage. M. J. strelt arid L. L. Lease, of "Wesley attended the American Legion meeting at Estherville Tuesday -evehing. Mr. Lease is commander of this district, Miriam Norton, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Milton Norton, leaves Sunday for Grinnell College. She will take a liberal arts •course. "Sue" is a graduate this .year of the A.H.S; Milton Coonart of DCS Moincs visited here Tuesday with his sister, Mrs, M, J. Streit, and family. .From here he journeyed to Emmetsburg. Milton is manager of a road equipment company in Des Moines. ". • ; Mrs. A. D. Blanchard came home the first of last week from Fairmont where she had spent A week With her sister, Agnes Cook. LaVcrllc Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Long, left Monday for Cedar . Falls where she will enter Iowa State Teachers' College for training in kindergarten teaching, G. A. Burrell of Perry visited Sunday at the home of his daughter, Mrs. H. A. Tuttle, and family. Mr. Burrell's wife has been here for a couple of weeks with heart trouble. Meredith Raney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Raney, leaves Sunday for Des Moines where she will enter Drake University to take up public school music and English literature. I'm the gal behind you gals befifod the cutest duds in town. Take it from me, Lamby - puss — here's tricks for fall 'n winter that'll, set you up with the Military like ' mad.: in your pet fabrics — Collegiate corduroy, Victory :,.-» ' '- ••••'-• -• ',.:..• .-•--• :." V W:':i :'..• .^ "'- " . ' velveteens, wonderful.wool plaids, in sizes''•' : 9 to 15 from $7 to J17. • • • • "'.^iiw .v» f | 1 '. See me in Mademoiselle — Glamour — Charm — Meet me the year round at KRESENSKY Alf Kresenskjr returned Tuesday morning from a business trip to Omaha. He left Sunday for the market. Mrs. George Blensen of State Center is visiting a Couple weeks here with her daughter, Mrs. Nyle Latch, and family. Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman spent the week end at Lake Okoboji visiting Dr. and Mrs. Ladenberger of Le Mars. The Laden- bergers have a cottage at the lake. Douglas Brown spent Sunday here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brown. Douglas is schooling at St. Ambrose College at Davenport under the Navy V-12. Mr. and Mrs. Omer Kelley of Memphis, Tennessee, have a new son. Omer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kelley, Algona. He is in the service teaching physical education. Dr. Minerva Portcr-Wcrtz of Spencer is here visiting Mrs. Walter Klamp. Dr. Porter-Wertz is a retired physician. Mrs. Lottie Eisenberger of Hurt visited Friday with the Klamps. Father Robert Saundcrs of Dubuque arrived Tuesday to spend a few days with his aunt, Mrs. A. J. Cogley, and family. He will also visit" friends and relatives at Bancroft before returning to Dubuque. Mrs. Mary Ring of Glendale California, returned Saturday t Bancroft after a week with Mrs Harry Holmes. Mrs. Ring is ai old Bancroft teacher and is th mother of Mrs. Tom Stull, a for mer resident of Algona. Dr. and Mrs. Hauberg and daughters, Mary and Anne, re turned to their home in Molin'e Illinois, Sunday after a week visit here with Mr. and Mrs. H M. Hauberg. The doctor and Mi Hauberg are brothers/ According to word reccivei from headquarters of the Arm Air Base, Salt Lake City, Utah Private John L. Holtzbauer, Al gona, has been promoted to pri vate first class. He is a brothc of Mrs. Jerome Voit, Algona. The annual Bjustrom rcunioi was held Sunday at the Olson Park at Fort Dodge. Mr. anc Mrs. Cecil Bjustrom of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Bjus trom of Burt attended. They me relatives from Hamilton and Boone counties. Miss Emily Norton of Roya Oak, Michigan, visited her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Norton from Wednesday to Saturdaj while ehroUte to Royal Oak from San Francisco, California. Mis Norton teaches mathematics a the Royal Oak school. Bob Schoby left Wednesday foi Des Moines to go into the navy Bob was inducted some time age when he went to Des Moines witl the last group of inductees, bu became ill with pneumonia , anc was' in the hospital at Camp Dodge for ten days, just returning to Algona last Thursday. , Mrs. L. G. Baker was called to Iowa City last week by the death of her brother-in-Jaw, H. H FritZj who died Wednesday nigh of a ; heart attack. Funeral/ '"s*erv-* ices were held at Kanawha Saturday and Mrs. Baker returned to Algona Sunday. The Fritzes lived in Clarion for about 25 years Corporal Blane D. Phillips, connected with a field hospital unii in California writes Mr. and Mrs Otto Nelson of army activities in the west. "He is located in an orange growing district and says they are now some sight to see prior to harvest. He says his outfit will move in the near future though he doesn't know whether or not it will be out of the country. plIillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllM Repair, Repaint, Reshingle Now Lumber, Posts, Fence, Barb Wire ? Paint, Oil, Insulation, and most items for repairing are now available, See us today and let us help you • 'It's wise to put in your coal. Phone 229 t S* Norton & Son Richard Woodward, son of Mr. and .Mrs. H. L. Woodward, Sioux City, spent Saturday and Sunday .'here at the Glen Raney home. Richard is at Ames at Iowa State College under the Navy V-12. Shirley Shipler, daughter of Mr. ah'd Mrs. C. S. Shipler, fell from a kitchen stool Tuesday evening cutting the flesh open around her knee cap. It was cut so badly that three clamps had to be used to close the wound. Mr. and Mrs. .Toe Bloom and children returned Thursday from Minneapolis where Joe underwent a hernia operation about a month ago. He is recovering nicely and was able to be at the store the first of the week. Robert W. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Thompson, will finish his training at Gulfport Field, Mississippi, on the 23rd of this month. Robert is in the air corps ground crew and has been in service since February. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Fuller are the parents of a daughter, Bernice Mae, born September 2 at Long Beach, Calif. Mrs. Fuller is the former Bernice Mae Harrington. The baby weighed seven pounds and is the first child for the Fullers. Word has been received from Everett Thompson by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herschel I Thompson, that he has been sen out to sea duty on a destroyer escort. Everett is one of the two pharmacist's mates who will have charge of the health of the crew LaNcIle Spalding of Highland Park, Illinois, has been here visiting her brother, Orin Spalding and family. She will return to Illinois this week end. She is schooling at Drake University The Spaldings and LaNelle returned Saturday from Lake Oka- boji where they had spent th past week. Mrs. E. J. Kelley of Mason City spent last Wednesday visiting Mrs. Tom' Kain and daughter, Catherine, ''who is Here ' from Washington, D. C., on her vacation. Mrs. Kelley t who is the former Gertrude Sheridan, was librarian here several years ago. She called on other Algona friends while here. Lois Colwell returned to Chicago Sunday after spending a week here with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Colwell. The Col- wells son, Willis, and his wife left Friday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Day, at Clarion. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Ruebel of Barnum were visitors Friday at the letter's sister, Mrs. Hugh Colwell. Miss Lioba Kamp of Le Mars spent the week end in Algona with Mary Thilges. Miss Kamp teaches the seventh and eighth grades in the city school 'in' Iro'H Mountain, Michigan. On her way to Michigan Lioba stopped in St. Cloud, Minnesota, to see-he* tw» v sisters, 'Sistfe* Mflrfearfet'RMA'lUM*, Sister Mary Callista, members of the Benedictine Ofder. Flat Top Brims NO HEAT* NO MACHINES A* last! The miracle permanent, bringing you thrilling new hair beauty with no heat, no machines. * BETTER HAIR CONDITION! COLD RAY lotions flow through your hair, leave It whisper-son. * IDEAL COMFORT I Ho heat, no machines, no stretching. Tested safety, for your peace-of-mind. • * SOFTER, STRONGER CURLS! Abundant, luscious curls, even along the neckline. Even on hair hard to wave with heatl * COMPUTE CONVTN/ENCH COLD RAY fakes no longer than an ordinary heat wave, leaves your hair easy to style for any occasion. Call (or an Appoint la »*t Twin-Co. Beauty Salon 'hone 5 In Krescnsky's Thurs., Fri., Sat. Sept. 9-10-11 ROBIN HOOD OF THE RANGE Wlftl KAY HARRIS • ARTHUR Aikansaii HUNNICUT1 and THE JIMMY WAKELY TRIO A COtUMBIA'PiriUKt Story and Scr»n Play by Mtty liirbrldo* ' Dlncltd by WIIUAM IfRKE • SECOND FEATURE John Little and Florence Rice "BOSS OF *BIG TOWN" Serial: "Jr. G Mew vs, Black Dragon" Sun., Mon., Tues., Wed. Sept, 12,J3.14-45 Mary Beth Hughes Eddie QuUfen 'MELODY PARADE" SECOND FEATURE AUNIVfRSAlPICTURC \ There's tonic for new ^ Fall wardrobes in these felt charmers. Some are large . . . some are small -^ . . .but all have flat tops. Black, Brown, Navy and Turftan, with trims of veiling or saucy little bows on top. The ELITE t&x&my&x^^ NOTICE! We Have a Good Stock of Woven Wire Heavy Barbed Wire Heavy Brace Wire Sherwin Williams Red Barn Paint House Paint Ventilators Linseed Oil Putty Rubbcroid Roofing Barn Sash White Cedar Posts Fence Staples Steel Post Ties Combination Doors Storm Sash Glass Cloth Galvanized Roof Windows Linseed Oil Building Papers Window Glass HURRY IF YOU WANT HEAVY WOVEN WIRE MOORE & MOORE, Inc. PHONE 40-J-l SEXTON, IOWA WHITE BREAD NATIONAL JUMBO ENRICHED SLICED PEANUT BUTTER GOLDCRAFT BRAND BEST BLADE CUTS 9 Red Points •*eBBBi»t«aMlBhdUI«BBI»^.lMi^bJUUUg^^ Roast 28c PORK LOINS WHOLE OR HALF 7 RED POINTS Lb. FRESH BEEF—7 Red Points (cmiburgi NONE HIGHER IOWANA—6 Red Polnti • SLICED BACON ,.,. 35c SUMMER SAUSAGE—7 Bed Points CERVELAT .. Ut 33 C PARCHMENT WRAPPED—3 Bed Pt.1. SMOKED JOWLS „. 18c IS Red Points Skinless Wieners r , b . 29c FRESH DRESSED—No Point) CATFISH .... „,. 45c CRACKERS FORT DEARBORN SODAS 2-Lb. 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