The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1959 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 15, 1959
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y\» ? •• w "^ ~ ' V r V-V-vV- '•-?'-' "* «?*" -J ' W ; !.?<" 1'L-t ' :tfr 4-A1goho (lo.) Opjwr O^j Moltm Thursday, Oe». IS, 1959 Hew Ttoop Meets The recently organized Brownie T^oop with Mrs wjliiam Foth and MJ-S Harvey Godden met Tuesday with Mrs Folh. Members* are Marcia Barry, Thresa Beaumont. Mary Helen Bestenltihtier. Mary Ellen Crawford, Vicki Uisehen, Mary Lee FbJh, Ann Kenefick, Cindy Lau ben thai, K&thy 'Rich, Vicki Ristau, Joan Skilling. Sh&ron Winkel, Joan Skilling, Sharon Winkel, Joan WiUgen, Jean Whipplo and Mary Margaret Zaugg, Marriage Announced Mr and Mrs Walter Rich, Algona, announce the marriage of their daughter, Rita, Hvimbaldt, lo Robert Schmidt, son of Mr "and Mrs Ed Schmidt, Algona. The ceremony took place September S,t at Lineville, Mo. (fold Open House Mr and Mrs Jake Glasier, former Kossuth county residents in the Whittemore area and now living at St. James, Minn., are holding open house at Marion Hall, OcL 18 from 2 till 4 p.m. The Olasiers farmed for many years, then moved to St. James and are now retired. Mrs Glasier is the former Anna Kennedy who taught in the Whittemore township schools, Mrs Huichins Hostess Phmt Creek Woman's Club met Oct. 14 at the home of Mrs Carl Hutchins, Mrs Harvey Jergenson gave the opening number. Roll call was answered with names of Alaskan birds or animals. Mrs Ronald Gardner and Mrs Howard Seely gave the program on Alaska. H Y i Our sincere thanks to all you'kind people who visited our store last Friday and Saturday to make our GRAND OPENING A HUGE SUCCESS! We are grateful for the encouraging words'ex- pressed and for the many floral tributes. 3,000 PEOPLE VISITED DURING GRAND OPENING - 58 PRIZE WINNERS! We thought 300 Ibsi of peanuts would be sufficient for our grand opening, but we ran out Friday night and ordered 200 more pounds for Saturday. That's a lot of peanuts and a lot of people. Prize Winners Are Posted In'Our Store. Come In And See Who Won The 58 Prizes. FREDERICK The best place in Algona to buy ,fine quality hardware — at a saving! 5 " \ * ' . . -V, " •'*'.'.. Two . <Mrs Eva fceim shd Bieser entertained at dinner S*pt. 2fj honoring the thirteenth birtn- d,»y of Gretchen Deim. Other guests were the mother^ Mrs John Deim and son Jon. "flhey also entertained the same guests Oct. 11 in honor of Jon's llth birthday. The hohorees are the grandchildren of Mrs t)eim and niece and nephew of Miss Blesef, At Birthday Parly Mr and Mrs Merle Chamber* lain and family were afternoon and supper guests of the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs 'Harry Christensen at Humiboldt Sunday. The birthday of Mr Christensen was be&g At Coff«#, • Mrs Carrl4 0fc lofifi entertaiii- ed at a cd^fe$laSt%eek Wednesday m&VniRg. ' uUests were Mrs William Gamey, Mrs Jim EJjtiwe, Mrs Verle -mmore, ;'Mfis Clarence Praser, .Mrs William Fitzgerald, M!rs tawrfcnee Oiltes- f>ie> Mrs Ed Ktfhnke,' Mrs 'James Schueller anfl Mrs Harry iSkegs* ifatn, ' " ~ i *• 4-k Met A meeting of 'the Portland Boy!s 4*H -was held Oct. 8,a1 Sparks This ftreetirig was staft» ed with thfe ttSW officers faking over. The ," athievenieht niglhif is td discussed. Lultch Sparks. fhe Marine^ Cltfe of ths toyterian church is giving A,.„..„„- "ween party lo the chftdre'ft. Sat* titday evening at "Ut and Mft loseph Skew's. lltti Card Club , jMrs Loyola O'sBrien efttertain* ea her card club members 1?ueg* day afternoon, Bill Fain, son of Mr and Mrs M, H. Fain left Wednesday for framing with the air force at the base at San Antoriio, Tex. ,.-, -.- • •, •• T -»i, lift ttm*it&l If ,. . . ,. Mr amd Mrt £1116 f^ains and Mf and Mrs frml Setrte® dtoVe o Mfenlo Sunday t& vi&t Vtojfat -iMrs A, H. Mains, parents 6i Ellis, Mr and Mrs Charles Bc had_lhcif sfoft-ift^tew and tet, Mr -tftd Mw Budhe M< and son &f Bancroft as guests Suhday, , Mrs John Kfenefick and drenv I'ditt, Michfiel and^AJStt, were ih Etes Moines Sunday- to s&e the Ice Follies. WhSe there they were 'guests of Mr and Mrs Jde Btanxm, . Brents o! . fttti Stephen K^ftefick. St a tteim And htr ' o^et'tfie weekend and Mrs Mc« . , !e ' aMtitaughtef, Mf . sbee; while Ms Malices itt the area,- t the weekend At Des'Moin&s . the latter's b»thfiS-ifi4WW ta&L fatten Mi- 'arid Mrs Lemy Hahlft (HeM m& Mr and . .,, .. Mf attd Mrs Phil Kohlhaas and tjett, •hal'sfliiii'iiM •fi^'to&t.m wheW .UteAftd *te*.*«ttg^. .Sri h&d- the btHW,tfif;,;SpB%tet. ' 6ft' it. 'TWrwlS th« M ~tu _ l^n..»..«^.«-!.&H. 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