The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1957 · Page 3
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f • - . AROUND ALGONA' Mrs ftex Taylot was hostess 1r> HIT sewing club on Tuesday —o- Bill Rcegler wont lo Omaha. Sunday, where he spent several flays ,-iUendins a hardware convention. —o— Wayne Paul, infant son of Mr and Mrs Wayne E. .Meyers, was baptised Sunday at St .Cecelia's eliurch. —n—. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth M«iden- with and son, l^yle of Whitte- inoro wore Sunclav ituests of Mr and Mrs Hussell Rent?.. Mr and Mrs Floyd Turn*-* wont to Sheldon on Tuesday and .'ire spending the rest of tins week there with Iheir son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Cornelius DeKruif. Mr end Mrs Virgil Smith hafre as their guests, their daughter, Mrs Paul Owen and four children of Des Moir.es. .Mrs Craig Smith was hostess to her bridge club on Friday evening. Mrs Allan Buchanan received the high score prize and Mrs Marian LaBarre, the low. —o— Ted CKrischilles and Mr and Mrs Jack Chrischilles went to Chicago Saturday on a marketing trip. They expect to return today, (Thursday). —o— Mrs C. C. Shierk attended a meeting of the State Board of Iowa Federated Music Clubs in Des Moines on Monday. t)r. Shierk accompanied her and conducted business pertaining to Urn Mayor's office in Des Moines and Ames. A toffee fot workers and chairmen of the Heart Fund drive is being held this afternoon (Thursday) at 2 p.m. at the Algona Hotel. .—o-^ Harold, infant son of Mr and Mrs Bill Beslenlehner is a patient at St. Ann hospital where he was taken Monday suffering from virus pneumonia. flip Millet is sepndin^ several days here with his mother, Mrs Beth Miller and his grandfather, Dr. P. V. Janse. He is transferring from Virginia Military institute to the University of Iowa at the beginning of. the new semester. —-o— Mr and Mrs Craig Smith end Mr and Mrs Ted 1 Chrischilles ar^ leaving Sunday for a three weeks trip to Florida. They expect \o be joined by Mr and Mrs i<ex Taylor and Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg at Fort Lauderdale about Feb. 12. The latter two couples are leaving Al- gona the last part of next week. Cameron Shierk spenl the weekend here with his parents, Dr. and Mrs C. C. Shierk. Cameron is employed "by the tele* phone company and has jusf) completed a training course in Des Moines. At present he is working out of Storm Lake. Miles Sloniker is spending this week on a business trip to Cleveland. Ohio. Mrs Sloniker and the son, Kim are visiting in Kenosha, Wise, where they formerly lived. She plans to bring home the daughter, Carol who has been finishing out the school term in Kenosha and the little girl will enter second grade here. Mr Sloniker is associated with the Weidenhoff Corporation and the family lives at the Hiilcfest court. Brownie troop 14 held Invest- i t u r e ceremonies Wednesday afternoon at the Moose lodge hall. Parents were guests. A playlet, "The Brownie Story" was presented and refreshments were served. fteceiving pins were Donna Jane Asa, Jean Brandow, Susan Rentz, Susan Vipond, Jean Sigsbee, Jean Robinson, Dianne Reefer, Mary Hall, Ann Shipley, Brenda Sjogren, Becky Fraser and Nancy Elmore. Mrs Russell Rentz and Mrs Harlan Sigsbee are adult leaders. Doan News by Mrs Lee Kiley The Doan Methodist Youth Fellowship members met at the Doan Methodist Church on Wednesday evening, Jan. 16. Plans were made for a future skating party but no definite date was set. Lunch was served after the meeting by Mrs Guy Carlson. Mr and Mrs LOP Kiley and Betty spent Sunday afternoon of last week at the Henry Schnebly home in Hayfield. Mr and Mrs John Jennings of Sexton were Wednesday evening visitors at the Cliff Hoover home. Mr and Mrs Joseph Skow and family and Mr and Mrs Jurgen Skow and family were entertained at the George Seaberg home on Sunday. The occasion was in honor of Phillip Seaberg's birthday. Mr and Mrs Merl Hoover and family spent Sunday with Mrs Hoover's parents, Mr and Mrs Bruce Sandberg at Laurens, la. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson were Monday evening visitors at the Clarence Christensen home. The Doan WSCS met at the home of Mrs Dale Struthers, Jan. 24. After the business meeting Mrs Elna Buffington read the lesson. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mr and Mrs Robert Hoover of Britt and Mr and Mrs Luverne Hoover of Corwith visited at the Thursday, January 31, 1957 Algofta (lo.) Upper 6t* Meffttt-S Cliff Hoover home last Friday aft( rnoon, Jan. 11. Mr and Mrs Ray Cunningham and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Asa and family and Mr and Mrs Gordon Davidson, all of the Doan community and the R. L. Krantz families of Titonka were entertained at the home of Mr and Mrs J. B. Asa in Algona. The occasion was in honor of the ones that had birthdays in January. Mr and Mrs Roger Buffington and small son Phillip and Mr and Mrs Tom Young and daughter Wanda Hudson were Sunday visitors at the Rose Buffington home. Mr and Mrs Louis Hansen and son Michael left 6n January 10 for a trip to San Antonio, Tex., to visit with Mr and Mrs Reynolds Faulk and family. While in Texas they took a sight-seeing trip to view the Falcon Dam and the Rio Grande Valley and other places of interest. They also visited witti Mrs Hansen's grandfather at Harligin, TVfcas and they returned home on the 20th of January. Mr and Mrs Dale Struthers and Kirk spent la$t weekend with their son Lfe Struthers and family at Hospers, Iowa. Mr and Mrs Darrell Harnttiond of Ames and Rhonda Hammond were home over the weekend visiting with home folks arid friends. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson attended the Kossuth Rifle and Pistol Club Annual Banquet at the Johnson House in Algona on Wednesday night. Linda Larson was a guest of Donna Teeter at the Franz Teeter home on Wednesday night. Mr John Stratton has been visiting at the Max Stratton home for the past two Weeks. Janet Cunningham was a guest at the Lee Kiley home on Thursday evening. CONSUMERS ommt CONSUMERS SAVE ON SWIFT'S ITEMS CONSUMERS •""• CONSUMERS •Mi CONSUMERS •"•" CONSUMERS SWIFT'S MEATS, BABY FOODS, SHORTENING, MARGARINE, ETC. COUPONS CONSUMERS "KNOCK-OUT" MEAT SPECIAL SWIFT'S PREMIUM I (REGULAR PRICE 73c LB.) NO COUPON NEEDED SWIFT'S COUPON ITEM SWIFT'S ALLSWEET MARGARINE . LB. PRICE WITH COUPON 23c BRAND REG. BOTTLES SUNSET CLUB DRIP OR REG. YOU'LL FIND COUPONS IN SWIFTS 2 PAGE COLOR ADS IN January 28 mm LOOK February 5 .. fc*Q.-~. (JOURNAL February THIS, IS NOT A COUPON - DO NOT CLIP! CONSUMERS "KNOCK-OUT" MEAT SPECIAL GOVT. GRADED U. S. 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