The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1959 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1959
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f^l ll % ^Wti>^^ • 6-Alaona Oa.) Upper DM Moine* thunday, F«b. 19, 1959 » . * " - _..>...?. J^_ L. . _ -. ..^C. fa ..'_' '- . . «i. ".•?.._!,.* ^_..j_. j.. Around \ Algona Mr aad Mts Lloyd Muckey left Friday, Feb. 6 for a vacation at Brownsville, Texas. Judd St. John was Ihe high winner at the cribb.!tge tournament at the Moose Lodge Saturday evening. Floyd Turner received the low score prize. —o— Mf and Mrs Tom Sampson havf returned from a trip of several weeks to the west coast whore they visited Mr Sampson's pnr- fents. They traveled by air from Omaha. Women of the Presbyterian church surprised their pastor's wife, Mrs M. H. Brower with a Valentine party Friday evening. They presented her with a gift of a vacuum cleaner. . Mr and Mrs T. C. Hutchison are visiting their son and dnugh ter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ted Hutchison at Ann Arbor, Mich. They also plan to go to San Jose, Cal to visit their daughter and hus- Men's Club of Hit Pt«byJ»rian church had their aiWitiftl S^eet* heart dinner Tuesday evening, Mr Alberts of the high school faculty was guest speaker and « panel discussion by numbers o! the Student Council was held. Mary Staudt sang several num- oers. ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner band, Mr and Mrs John Carroll. United PmbSTiian Women's ""Schumacher, pastor of St. Joseph's Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas and sons attended the 10th wedding anniversary for Mr and Mrs Duane Arend in their home near Algona, Friday evening, Feb. 14. Mrs Kohlhaas and Mrs Arend are sisters. Sunday evening, Feb. 22, Mrs M. T. McGuire, Mrs Ralph Reding and Mrs Laurence Thilges are in charge of the card party to be held in St. Joseph's School Hall. This is the first one of a series of four card parties to be held on four Sunday evenings, Feb. 22; March 1; March 8 and March 15. 15. Rev. Armand Elbert from Heelan high in Sioux City was in charge of St. Joseph's parish during the absence of Rev. Leo C. visiting relatives at Blue Earth and ferthg Mtu Reding's father Jake Garrnanft of Minneapolis here with them for a visit Mr and Mrs Will Reding .attended graveside rites on Sunday afternoon fbr their granddaughter, stillborn on Saturday afternoon to Mr and ,Mrs Marcell Reding. Burial in St. Benedict cemetery. Mr and Mrs Mike Arndorfer* of St. Benedict are maternal grandparents. Fireman's Dance ' Lakota *~ The Lakota Fire Department will hold its anftual Firemen's Dance at Hand's Parti •the evening of April Srds, , , f " r "" ~" ~T* ' ^- CrescoChurm 4 Cresco Chtirrfs met '••«* '&*' home of Verdean Shaw, ,f fth Lucille Oade assisting. A cont- mittee was appointed for AlgdM 4-H Day, Madonna Gisch Mv Jeanne Friderla t»v^"tflfelrrdh* stration and Lucille Gade gfv£ a talk. Guest mothers were Mrs Victor Rochlfiatl, Mrs Wayfte' Ohnemus, Mrs Martin Meelhause and Mrs Arthur Thjlges. T „ IF IT'S MEWS, WE WANT If { Organiizaion will meet this afternoon (Thursday). Mrs H. M. Colwell is in charge of the Upper Room service at 1:30 with dessert luncheon following. The program ds in charge of Ruth Circle. —o— Sgt. and Mrs .Gordon Wegenat and children, now stationed at Sioux City, were recent guests of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener here and of Sgt. , Wegener's sister and family, 'the Russell Rentz 1 . Several couples from the Burt Presbyterian church were guests at the local Mariner's Club meeting Sunday evening. A pot-luck dinner was followed by a program, "Music in the Bible" in charge of Mr and Mrs Marlin Meehlhause and the Rev. and Mrs M. H. Brower. Xi Xi • chapter of Beta Sigma Phi entertained their husbands • at a Valentine dinner party Saturday evening at the Algona Hotel. Cards furnished the evc- ^ning's entertainment. The chapter met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Gordon Schmidt. Mrs Ray Johnson gave the program. Parish, over the weekend. Lenten services in St. Joseph's Parish will be Thursday evening at 7:45, a Holy Hour for our persecuted brethren in China". This is a special day of prayer. Friday afternoon at 3, the Way of The Cross. Mr and Mrs Howard Bormann entertained their 500 club' on Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs Vic Youngwirth receiving high prizes and Mrs Charles Berte and David Bernhard receiving low prizes. Mr and Mrs Ralph Kohlhaas entertain the club in March. Charles (Chuckie) Friders^ son of Mr and Mrs Norbert Frjders, returned to his home on Sunday afternoon from St. Ann hospital in Algona'where he had been a patient since Jan. 31 following a fall into hot lard. Mr and-Mrs Friders have purchased the Seger Locker in Livermore and moved to Livermore from a farm here the first of the year. Dennis and Ronald Reding, sons of Mr and Mrs Marcel Reding of St. Benedict are here with'their paternal grandparents while their mother is a patient in ,St. ;Ann hospital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Will Reding are planning to spend Wednesday ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. • '.•••! - . '* 1417 Commercial, • Algona, Iowa INTERNATIONAL wasn't built in a day! And, it will take more than a day for our complete remodeling project to be completed. ' * ' •:* • ' • " ' • ' Meantime, we are remaining open for business; and we respectfully solicit your patience if the work, going on in our store causes any inconvenience-while you are shopping. When the remodeling is completed we will be able to serve you better than ever. While work is in progress we must clear our racks of certain stock ! PRICES GREATLY REDUCED ON THE FOLLOWING REMODELING SPECIALS COME AND GET 'EM! THESE ARE GENUINE BARGAINS — NOT SECOND CLASS MERCHANDISEl HAGGAR SLACKS Big selection, of regular $14.95 Values. 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