The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 3, 1946 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 3, 1946
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PAGE TWO,.. iV, S,.C.,S> tAinchcon*- ' The Women's Society of Chris- linn Service of the Methodist, church will have a 1:15 luncheon Thursday.- There will be installation of new officers. This will be conducted by two past presidents, Mrs. A. A. Bishop and Mrs. Ward Knckey, .both of Mason City. The .plnylellc, "Christmas Memories", will be given by several of the local women with special Chr'istmas music. W. C. t. V. Meeting:— - The Women's Christian Temperance Union will hold' a meeting Wednesday;, afternoon at 2:30 at the home ot.Mts, Nenli Smith. Mrs. M, J. Young will have charge | of devotions. The Rev. Clljrde will give « review of :the book! "Amazing Story of ftfcpenl. Marian ttcni?el NO. 30 OF A CENTENNTAI, YEAtl SERIES The Farmers of Kossuth County Having come originally from Nebras,ka, Ed Wolf has been a farmer-resident of Kossuth .since 1901: lie now rents 320 acres 3 miles east of Burt, and has been on liis present place since 1939» Mr. Wolf says that his Ihrec main crops'of corn, oats and beans this year were 'darned hard, to beat'— thp l»>st in his forty years of farming experience. There are seven children in the Wolf, family—six-, daughters and a son. Three of the girls arc registered, nurses in Fort Dodge, while Patricia Ann. 18. isJiomc and another daughter Mrs. Shirley Bristow, teaches school in Burt. Ed is looking forward -to more p.ood, crop..yeass. but he says along with it that he doesn't expect present prices always. IOWA FACTS The first law passed in the county was at, the April 1856 session of court, and declared that swine should not be permitted to run at large after June 1 of thatryear. At this busy Christmas season, there arc many ways in which this—your bank— of service. We welcome the opportunity to serve you now, and for many Yulelide seasons to come. IOWA STATK RALPH MILLER. President HAROLD GILMORE, Cashier RQV McMAHON, Asst. Cashier KEY TO HAPPlHiSS •jf "With health, everything is a. source of pleasure; without it, nothing else, whatever it may he, is enjoyable. It follows that'the greatest of follies is to sacrifice health for any other kind of happiness, whatever it njay be —for gain, advancement, learning, for fame, let alone, then, for fleeting sensua! pleasures,"-advised Arthur Schopenhauer. As pharmacists, we are constantly alert to forward measures important to public health. In our prescription department we have assembled the important drugs from, all over the world. These medicinal supplies-represent the community's arsenal against disease. Bring your pre* scripuons to. us for expert compounding. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fenton have announced thp, ringe oMlietf-daughter* Mnfmn^df Dos M.6ities, .to ftnjph:,Templqton. so»;of M^.'aftd .Mi-s, LeOfiarfl ; ,Tent- pl^ton, nlso. of Dcs.Molries. ,Tl)n tibwple w:t>s maifried. nc B.f'p.-« THnnksgivlng DaV in DftR Moines. Townsend Regular Meeting— Members and friends of Algona Townsend Club No. 1 met at their hall in the White Front building t n Wednesday evening, Nov. 27, for-their regular business meeting and harvest festival. Mrs. A. M. Anderson, president or the local club, has been appointed as temporary chairman of the Gtli congressional district for the v Townsend Clubs until the new : election next year. The group contributed $1.00 to the Christmas seal campaign. A dcor prize is* to be given at each i regular meeting. 1 Following the business meeting contests were played. Bernard Weaver, chairman, Mrs. A. M. Anderson, and Leona McMurray had charge of the contests. Mrs. Lou McMurray and Mrs. Lloyd Haubach served the group n lisjhl lunch. A corn game party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Florion was held Monday evening, Dec. 2. On Thursday evening, Dec. 5,. a card party will be jfiven with Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Latlendorff serving, On Monday afternoon, Dec. 0, the auxiliary group will meet for their Christinas' party. Each person is to bring,a 25c gift for exchange. The next regular club meeting will be on Wednesday, Dec. 11. i and • MrsY.Eflrl 8urg(Sss'*wto'c R^v. and Mfs, o. Wi- Brand and daughters Mfefy Lou, Pntricih ofiA. Jtiyce, and W< H. Irwin; tflther Burgess of Sac.Citjf. Rog- ingslde college. In 14 sibHU lift WITH . fttetltwitk it i;; At Rift sifts vv-ill treasure WHEN fwey FIND our ita Ml EMPT/ £ASE>. BUT IT \vlth genuine Gasc of 10K leather strap. Billfolds In g-eniijne. domestic and Imported .leatlv- er. Beautiful .a$&qrt-> mcnt. Matching..;Hey cases for With genuine leather; strap, "' -V Also iba<Jies Watertight Watches DresserjSets Friday, -Decemljjjjejr. 6 Algoria' Ghambe Free Christmas Party Matinees: 1 to 6 p. m, "EASY TO LOOK AT" Added, "Rbi%hly Squealting Free Tickets at Chamber of Cornimerce Office " Friday and Satim?;;/* December 6-7 Beamish Family Reunion— Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beamish had as guests lor Thanksgiving, Mr and Mrs. Edgar Beamish, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Troutner and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Reed, all of Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Beamish are parents of Ray, Mrs. Troulner is a cister, and Mr. and Mrs. Reed are parents of Mrs. Beamish. The Reeds remained till Sunday, but the other guests spent only the day here, t * JKuphy.nkau.. Entertain— Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mathison and sons David and Mark, and Dorothy Kuchynka, of 'Minneapolis, came for Thanksgiving at the Charles Kuchynkas, parents of Mrs. Mathison and Dorothy. They were joined at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Becker and Mrs. Becker's mother Mrs. Mary Otto. The out of town visitors remained till Sunday. Mrs. Engesser Is Hostess— Mrs. Dan Engesser entertained her parents-in-law Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Engesser and Florence of Bancroft, at dinner Thursday. Don Woods Entertain.— Mr. and Mrs, Don Wood had as, Thanksgiving, day guests Mrs. Wood's father Peter Hammervold and his sons Melvin and Palmer of Swea City, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Bes- tenlehner, Mr, and Mrs, John Wood and Mr. and Mrs, Robert Wood, Don and Pamela. The occasion was also in celebration of the first birthday anniversary of Sig- wfi ll Wn-"i, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Wood. • '.I Pliun Creek Woman's Club— The Plum Creek Woman's Club will have a benefit card party Friday, Dec. G. at the Center school house-at 7:45 o'clock. The Dorcas Society of the First Lutheran church will'meat Thursday at. 2:30 p. m. at the home ot Mrs. George Miller. The assisting hostesses are Mrs- Lucille Johnson and Mrs. HJalmcr Johnson. Billfolds - Pens - Pencils Stamped With Your Name in 22K Gold at No Additional .Cost- Handsome gifts of 3 to 5. pieces, Bea,uti- • 1& SHOPPING DAYS UNTIL CHRISTMAS i'ully* bpjced. $9.50 up . > ' • ," ' OTHER GIFT SUGGESTIONS: , Eversliiar^ Pen Desk Sets > Picture Frames . ' .Book Ends v; Sun Glasses I^y, Ghajhss ^ l£TS • WATCHES WATCM REPAIR Tuesday, Wednesdax^rid Thursday, : 'D«cembe» 3,4-5? JO.HNNV, WilSSM.UiLUR VIRGINIA GREY • BUSTER CRABBE Co-Hit Joe Yule, Jiggs & Maggie, in "BANGING UP FATHER" Monday, December 8-9 THE SCREEN'S BIGGEST LAUGHS! BRIGHTEST SONGS! LOVELIEST GIRLS! Until you can buy n*w keep your present appliances in tio'top cen4i We repair all. make* at washing mtcbinei 8nd : re|rig srators, an4 hav? wtingw tolls for all m»ksf» o| ^ *

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