The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 26, 1946 · Page 10
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PAGE TWO_ KOWA P.T.A. MEETING AI OTTOSEN, NOV. 19 Oltosen: The P. T. A. met Tuesday evening in the high school auditorium with a large crowd attending. The American Legion Auxiliary had charge of the program. Paul Watnefn gave a reading and Richard Loos played a cornet solo. Two girls from Bradgate sang a vocal duel. The program closed with community singing. The group voted to buy some dishes for the hot lunch rooms. The committees for next time are as follows: Program, Auxiliary of AmVets; refreshments, Mrs. Donald Larson, Mrs. Lawrence Schrieber, Mrs. Sylvan Ja- cnbson, Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl, Mrs. John Vinnas,, Mrs. Alfred Lemke, Mrs. Morris parson, and Mrs. Albert Bergum. The next meeting will be Doicniber 3. Lutheran Aid Meets The .Lutheran Ladies' Aid was held Wednesday afternoon in the church parlors with Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and Mi's. Eriiest Enockson as .hostesses. Mrs. Warren McMahoh was taken in as a new member. It was decided to have an extra meeting Nov. 27 with Mrs, Jake Kyg and Mrs. Gerner Storsrud as hostesses. At this meeting each member is to bring a gift which will be packed and sent to- a children's home for Christmas. The December 18 meeting .will be pot luck and the annual Christmas party will be held with exchange of gifts. Now officers for the next year are: President, Mrs. Magnus FUNERAL HOME (SUCCESSOR TO MERRITT'S) Day or Niqhb—Telephone 11 .ALGONA IOWA, Brat-land; vide president, Mrs. Percy Watrtem; secretary, Mrs. Erftest Ehoekson; treasurer, Mrs. Sylvan Jacobsbri. The "program for the day was as follows: Lesson by Mrs. Rasmus Olson. Mrs. Melvin Ellingson read an article on the purpose of the thank offering. Mrs. Sylvan Jacobson read a piece entitled "Thanksgiving Day in Germany." A delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Auxiliary Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon at home of Mrs. Garner Storsrud with eight members attending. The group will have a rag sewing day on December 3 at the Presbyterian church with Mrs. Jake Ryg as hostess. Bernard Coyle Home Pvt. Bernard Coyle, son of Mr. nnd Mrs* Mike Coyle arrived home Saturday for a few days delay cnroute. He recently enlisted in the army and has been taking his basic training at Fort Belvore, Va. He is with an engineers division. He will report to Camp Stoneman, Calif., the 27th of November. Party for Vet Families The Legion Auxiliary sponsored a pot luck dinner in'the Presbyterian church parlors Monday evening for the veterans and their families. After the dinner a program was held. Ramona Loos gave a clarinet solo, followed by a group ensemble from the high school singing a number. _ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINEfc, BODE ARMY NURSE WEDS NOVEMBER 9 .......... WffiftttAV, tfOV, 26,.i.84|. ;; ISO t f ^ii v • '" ^+iut*. C ?f \^lTi V^ Jit VNJU*' \—^g^ Puss 'n' Boots COOKIE JAR $1.69 Cheerful, cream colored cat to guard cookie freshness. This vitreous cookie jar has n 60 ounce capacity. FIRE KING ' DINNERWARE Dinner Plate .10c Salad Plate 2 for 15<! Saucer So Cup . . . ~>c Cereal Bowl 2 for ir>c Fruit Bowl 5<: Vegetable, Dish 2i>c Platter 25c Casserole nnd Table Set, 3 piece,,,, $1.00 FIRE KING OVENWARE Individual Casserole, 10 ounce size. lOc I J ie Plate, 9 inch 15c Cake Pan, 8? 4 inch 25o Loaf Pan, 2J-s x 9^s 35c Casserole, 1,' -j quart, pie plate cover 49« Roaster—2 baking dishes in one. . .98<: Cifts for n better kitchen are always welcome at Christmas. Choose from a grand assortment of gifts for better living at Gambles. (A) Bread Board, hardwood, ansorted'deaigns 89n (B) Coffee Maker,6cup drip $l.9» (C) Glass Double Boiler .. .$2.19 (D) Metal Juicer with plastic strainer. . •. $2.98 (E) Can Opener, metal, wall type $1.98 Range Set, 9 pieces on a stand $1.98 B KNIVES Hollow ground, hardened, tempered bladea for lasting sharpness. Hardwood handles and brilliant chrome finish make these knives beautiful. Paring Knife, 3 inch 60c French Butcher Knife, 8 inch $2.00 Roast Siicer, 9 inch $2.00 Ham Siicer, 9>a inch. . ?. . .$J.75 Steak Siicer, 8 inch $1.75 Utility Knife 95c Mel The Friendly Store A "talk by Rev. C. C. Callfthan* Methodist minister from Gllntotfe City, was the feature of_ the program. Miss Johnson* high school music teacher, played & violin solo, after, which the meeting was clrtsed by the group singing America. Progressive Club The Ottosen Progressive club inet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clara Lander near Humboldt with ten members attend thg. The meeting was opened by singing "Long Long Trail" and Mrs Ralph Riehards read scripture. Mrs. Laurel Worater was taken in ns a new member. It was decided to follow the plan of giving to a children's homo at Christmas time instead of exchanging among members. So each member is to bring a gift wrapped and marked if for a boy or girl and the age to the next meeting which will Ralph Richards on December 12. be .held at the home of Mrs. Doris Shipley read a piece and Mrs. Kramer gave a very inter~ esting lesson on "potato block- Ing" and she also read a letter from a magazine along the line that has been discussed so much in the Des Moines papers recently on how much a- wife is worth. Visitors were: Mrs. Van Buskirk, Mrs. Irvin Movick, Mrs. Laurel Worster, Mrs. Oliver Kinseth, all of Ottosen, and Mrs. Ray Emlcr, Mrs. John Bastian, Mrs. Sue Skow, Miss Donna Bergum, and Mrs. H. Underberg, all of Humboldt. A delicious lunch was 1 served by the hostess. Mrs. Egon Kjeer attended a miscellaneous shower for , Mrs. Dallas Neilsen at Gilmofe City Friday evening. .,„:.„.. Mrs. Frank Reylek of'St.'Paul, Minn., spent from Friday until Monday at the home of'Wr.' and Mrs. Harold Sundt. J *" • Mrs. James Barber *and.- children of West Bend spent Sunday afternoon visiting at the home of Mrs. Warren McMahon. Mrs. Paul Espinosa Jr. and children Sherry and Paul came Saturday.for an indefinite time to visit at the parental Peter Holt home. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Coyle and Bernard, Berniece and Gertie; Lou were all Sunday dinner guests at the John Coyle home near Rolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Kinseth attended the funeral of E. E. Lions at the Bode Lutheran church and also the burial " at Ames Sunday. * Mrs. Donald Wehrspann and son Billy, along with .the Will Wchrspanns and Otto '..Wehr- spanns visited relatives at'xLotts Creek Sunday. • •.;. '•••• Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and children were Sunday dinner guests at the Knut Oppedahl home". Mr. and Mrs, Eugeri^.Ho- fius were afternoon 1 !; visitors Mr. and Mrs. Raym<— J ''"'— Bode: First Lt. Catherine M. Hastings daughter 6f Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hastings of Bode, la., became thg bride of First Lt. Ralph J. Butler, soft of Mr. and Mrs. J. Butler of Danville, 111., in a pretty dbufele ritig •ceremony at the Catholic Chapel on Keesler Field, Mississippi Saturday, November 8 at High ripori. Chaplain Snyder officiated, • . Miss Jean Hastings of Sioux City, sister of the bride, served as bridesmaid. , The groom, was attended by Lt. Jerry Calahan of New Jersey. Both men wore their regulation officers uniforms. Mrs. HastihgS, mother of the bride, was ih attendance. The couple expect to live in S.. Louis. Mrs. W. N. Chantland has returned from a Visit at Prairie Farm, Wis. She Was accompanied home by her 'Son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Harold Joihnson and baby Margaret Ann and Mrs. E. Maland. Lt. Carl H. Larson, who is in military- service at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., has at last secured living quarters there for his wife and baby daughter, who have been making their home with her people in Indiana. LONE ROCK Band Mothers Meet The Band Mothers met at • the home-of" Mrs. Eldon Marlpw with Mrs. Edw. Blanchard as assisting hostess, Wednesday evening. Th'lfe were ten members present. The regular meeting was held l: and it was- decided to hold the Christmas party Dec. 18 for the band members and their families at the gymnasium. Helen Sprank spent the weekend at the home of her cousin; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Jergensori at Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Palmer, of Algona spent Tuesday evening visiting her sister-Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt. Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Christenson attended the funeral of Wm. Hantelmann • 'Sr, at Fairyille Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Kjitherine Collins of Liv- ermoreigame Thursday to visit Bishop,vffialif., arrived Wednesday for-jjfri extended visit at ,the home ofatheir mottier Mrs. Selen Rasmusonr Mrs. Elizabeth Steibl, Mr. and Mrs. WJHjiam Steibl and Mr.' and •ge Zimmerman, all of inn., spent from Satur- aesday visiting at the ipen and Frank Liest Mrs. G Carlan, day til >ed * omes. PLAYING CARDS An ideal gift. Beautiful silk lined box and two decks of finest plastic coated cards, SALT and PEPPER SHAKERS Our Reg. Low Price 79c 43< !p <S"!iil SALE PRICE Hi'shly polished aluminum shakers ... * bright and attractive addition lo your table. The Friendly Store her daughter Mr. and Met- . wih MfirtoW and {Mttitft , 4 , Mrs. Frank FlalI,vM*s., J. M. Slanchardi Mi's. H. A. ftartch- ard spent Tuesday evening visiting Mrs. Flaig's daughter, Mrs. Dean Jfefgenson near Algonar The Dick O'Ddttnell family were Thursday evening, supper guests at the honie of his brotH- er and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O'DOftnell. . . Mr. and Mrs 1 . fticHiird Bfehr* ends and Sonnie spent Wednesday evening visiting Her parents', Mr. and Mrs. J'bhn Hattenttufg, near Havelock. Flor<»ntfe MOUSehblder of tt6l* lywood;, C'dllf,, Stlrprisfid her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mouse- holder and brothers and sister by a surprise Doming home Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Erich Seegebafth were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the home of her twin- sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow at Burt in hon or of their, birthdays. ' Mr. and Mrs. Milton Madison drove to Moorland last Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hostetter and also her grandmother, who is ill there; Mrs. Madison stayed over for n week. Lois Hol&nd of Wells, Minn., and Charles Zoller of Albert Lea, Minn., spent Monday night at the home of -Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schultz spent the weekend at Cedar •, .Rapids on business. • • '...-'• Recent Bride Is Honored At Shower In Union Twp. 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