The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1959 · Page 3
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••••^^•^^•••••••m Around Algona Mts Wilto Rlartj) will tarn the Happy Birthday club Friday afternoon. Mrs Ben t>oiiej- «rns hostess lo her sewing club Wednesday afternoon fallowing a -luncheon at the Johnson House. Rev. M, M. Brewer and Wesley Hardy of the local Presbyterian church were delegates at a Presbytery meeting at Mason City, Tuesday. ftebekeh Lodge had a poMuck dinner Tuesday evening at the Moose hall. Mrs Margaret Reid and Mrs Goldie Guderian were in charge of arrangements. , . Q-i-n. Mr and Mrs Aaron Steussy spent several' days of last week at Morris, 111. where they visited their son, Richard and family. They loured the printing plant where the 1 son works. , S*pt. H At§ona (la.) Upptr fife* Metn*i~3 Mf and Mr* Ralph soft DonaW left Wednesday, Sept. 16 for San Difego, to SjbeM the winter with their Sftfy Ralph, Jr. who is in the Navy. the Good Will truck will bo at Mrs Will Runchey's, 818 South Minnesota! for pickup, -Monday Sept. 28, Articles may be fofought there previous to the thick's arrival. John Bergman, Bancrdft, eft- joyed a Visit from an old Army buddy Monday. He is Harry Gizenheimer 1 now of Molitte, 111. and the two were in servkie 40 years ago. United Presbyterian Women will have their annual Spiritual Bazaar today (Thursday) between the hours of 11:30 and 5 p.m. Mrs M. H. Brower and Mrs H. M, Colwell are in charge. nurses. Mf and Mrs Fred Hag*rt fook their grandaughter Shelley Sen- ram, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Seta-am, home to Clear Lake Saturday and remained there over the weekend. Shelley had been ft guest of her grandparents several days. Harry Skogstrom returned home Saturday from Sioux, City where he was a patient for 11 days at St^Joseph's hospital after major surgery, He is nicely but- will not.be able to go back to work for some tirhe.'. Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held its first meeting of ,the fall season Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Rex Voyles, Mrs David Smith gave the program. Mr and Mrs Russell Pickelt became the parents of a 7 pound 6 ounce sort, born Sunday evening at St. Ann hospital. It is thought that he will -be named Jerold Mark. The Picketts ;also have ,a daughter, Judy and 'two sons, Jim and Jeff. % Linda Smith, and Mrs Craig Kappa Kappa sorority at the of Iowa, after activities, Sept. 1959 graduate school. ' daughter of Mr Smith, pledged Gamma social State University a week of rush 19. Linda is a "of Algona high Mrs Robert Williams, Mtr Mur ray Mowers, Mrs " James' "Lytle, Mrs Fred Geigel arid Mrs Elizabeth Schenck attended a meeting of the northwest district .of ,DAR in Grace Methodist ' church at Spencer on Monday. ' . ' Recent baptisms at St.; Cecelia's Catholic church include Ricky • Raymond, son of Mr dnd '• Mrs' -Thomas- E, Moe; Betty.-, Anri, daughter of Mr and Mrs 'Fr&hciS J. Erpelding and James Williafrfi son of Mr and Mrs' ? Hefofy • RS Eltoert. '. , •• ; \ ? ; ' '' Margaret Gade. daughter • of Mr and Mrs Hugo Gade, has gone to Minneapolis where she ^will study medical technology.^ \ Marlene Gade, and two girl -"friends left Monday for Santa -Monid'a where they will be employed as M* and Mrs John Zeller'have returned from a trip to South Dakota. They visited the Black Hill?,and Visited with Ted Jennings, former Livermore resident, at Pierre. They were overnight guests of George Zeller at Watertown and also visited Mr Zeller's sister, Mrs Ed Butler. They report crops, quite poor in , South Dakota with not much moisture, plenty of hay, and no pastures. Dr. and Mrs A. W. Amunson were called to Webster City recently by the illness of Mrs Amunsoh's father, .Abner Reynolds of Ellsworth. The Amun- sons took him back to Ellsworth Sunday.- Meanwhile, they went Id 'Minneapolis'v/here 1 ; theyi visit* 6ci their sons, B6b and Dick and .family. Then they, were called to Black-River Falls', .Wi^.j by the, •death , of- ,Dr. \ AmUnsort's sister, Mrs Anna'.ftahn. * , } t Fo«y-six/memberB of k Cou!rt Si. Cecelia, C.TJ.A., Aigo'na, met 5 for pot-luck supper, Thursday > eve.- nirig, Sept.- 10. Grand Regent Helen MikfeS' presided. 'Plans were made for recSepti^n ofifiOtW members ^ lihd |f6f I the annual Mother-Daughter ! 'Banquet": ^ skit under the direction ot Lec- .liir'ef ."Helen "Milder was''present- ed • feyi \B.erna£ette . Reiliy, I and Mary ilia -Erpfelding 1 . ' iAv'is; ^rpfii ley' won'(th4'";ciqoirjpfize.-, Corti- mittee i m'dm'bers ', fWe^ei^p^tlehd Stephfei^son'j tyerbriica* i Roethle'ri Alice Condon, Joan Lickteig, Helen Miller, Mary Elbert and, Irene Griffin, j . ( • : METAt) |'Np|Hp!NTINC|", islGNB -neries! Molnes Des'Moines JPuV. Col ; 7 : ! '1 , ' a^rr.'i- Penney '« ' " ' • "W^fWtf* more m v f IV: t • U - "^' amions fan ' .-I-} ;r* * *i -»i* ( BRUSH STROKE MODERN! NO-IRON llBERGLAS® Fabulons beauty,, low priced! See Penney's extra value—full 45-inch fabric for each 25-inch panel, 10, triple-crown, pleats. POM5HED GOTTOfM! 2-IN-V CAFES! pair ='-"58 by 30 or 36 inches' * They're reversible, so you pay less than a dollar, for each fresh side! Penney's charming coffee break print in red, pink, nutmeg. Matching valance ---- 1.09 Wash 'N Hang Dacron Priscillas 76x90 „ 2 for $5.00 LOOP SPREAD EARLY AMERICAN 9 95 80 by 108, 96 by 108 inches Every Inch beautiful, Penney's low priced reversible spread is nicely fringed! Machine wash* medium setting. Bleached or antique white, pink, gold. FROST TWEED SCATTER RUGS O98 24 by 36 inches Full sized! Full bodied! In smart tweed tonesj Crush and soil resistant Avisto rayon and acetate. Mach* ine wash at medium setting. 27 by 48 inches i,,. 4,98 NO IRONING WITH EVERLON PANELS 1 00 45 by 81 inches Wonderful permanent fin* ish curtains that require no starching, no stretching -~ always look fresh and- crisp, Screen Print Kitchen TERRY TOWELS .-. 2 for $1.00 Celebrating the Completion of 20 Years In This Community!! PRIZES! FREE GIFTS! Plan to Stop Out During Our Big 2-Day Celebration This month hiarks the 20th anniversary of the opening of our station and bulk plant in Algona. And at this time, we would like to say "thank ' you" to the 'many wonderful people that have made our stay here so enjoyable. It has been a pleasure serving you and we hope to continue to warrant 1 .' ' .ft. • ' ! - : \ ' *<• .'••*' . your patronage during the years ahead. Our two-day anniversary event io our Way of saying Thank You to all of you. So come out and say hello and register for our "door prfzes. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Carlson ' ' ". t v Register i •' 4,yARCON ! i Guarant'eed Unconditionally For Four Years ] I A delicious, choice boneless Cooked Ham There is nothing to buy — just stop in at our station and register for these two big prizes. You need not be present to win. — Drawing will be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday night. The prizes are just a small token of our appreciation for the many things you have done for us these past 20 years. E-Vilb. Can of er's. Coffee with Each Gas Purchase of 8 or More Gallons! , That right, with every pUfChase of 8 gallons of gasoline (or more) we'll give you absolutely free, a one-half pound can of Folger's coffee. There are no strings attached — just a special bonus gift to you from us besides our lower gasoline prices that you get every day at Viking Oil Co. OFFER FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY! Free Favors for Kiddies Accompanied by Their WE GIVE GOLD BOND OR KING KORN ! . /., . « STAMPS I Check Our fuel oil prices for fall delivery! VARCON BATTERIES and ACCESSORIES Fuel Oil and Gas Delivery to Farm & Home PHONE CYpress 4-3749 for DELIVERY B, CARUSON, Owner

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