The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 43
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 43

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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3»Alg6na (fa.) Upper Des Maine* /S61 '91 ilon M fe fi Tea Mdther's ahd Daughter's Club jf Union Township, held a Moth- sr's Day Tea and Quest Day at '.he' hoine of Audra Heerdt, on May 9th, with 60 members and gtiests present. 'President Haael Johnson turned the,meeting over to the program cortrnittee, Neva Shipler and Dorothy McKimJ f\ >". Corsages and plants were presented to the following Mothers President, Hazel Johnson; secretary, Camilla.Meteger; Charter .members, Mamie Winkle and Cora Bacon; youngest mother. Elaine TKbright; youngest child, Julia .Underwood; youngest grandchild, Margaret Troutman; oldest grandchild, Mamie Winkle; mother, • with the most children and-grsndchildren pictures, in her pursd, Bertha'Sai'chett; Neva Shipler read a ; story on "Mother's Years,,Ago.'/-.'-.... Mamie Winkle read a story on "Modern Mother's." Dorothy McKim gave .a very nteresting skit, with the,, help of Susan Dodds, Lucille Hanson. Ruth Wagner, Elaine Albright and Helen Haas. / I 'A very lovely lunch was served by. the hostesses, Audra Heerdt, Ethe^ Gardner, Evelyn Taylor, Irene NitchaJs and Ber nadette Riley, with Mamie Winkle and Hazel Johnson pouring. Pre-Nuptial Shower i Ml-s Dick Meyer, Mrs Newton Hieter and Mrs ; Paul Schneider gave a neighborHood miscellaneous shower Friday for Ellen 1/undh-Whose marriage to George Platte will take place June 9 in (Pomona, Calif., where he is employed with an aircraft corporation., Miss Lundh leaves here May 30. She is a daughter of Mrs Segrid Lundh and the .late Swan, Lundh. Guests at the shower were Mrs Segrid Lundh, Mrs Henry Ste britz, Mrs A .J. Klooster, Mrs A B. Oakland, Mrs Joe Funk, Mrs William 'Prothman, Mrs Alta Oxley, Mrs Joe Lichter, Mrs A R. Willrett, Mrs Henry Engstrom, Mrs Leo Gardner, Mrs Walt Stevens' and Mrs Hugo Johnson. Those unable to .attend but sent gifts were Mrs "Bud" Fisher, Mrs Harley Troutman Jr., MrS .Howard Platte, Mrs Norris Rousseau, Mrs Leslie McEnroe, Mrs Adeline McMahon and Mrs George New. land. Plum Creek Guest Day On May 8th, the Plum Creek Women's Club held its annual guest day at the home of Mrs Dean Jergenson. The program under direction of Mrs Willis Etherington consisted of a quiz, readings by little Barbara Jergenson, who gave "Mother's Day," and Mrs Harvey Jergenson, who read "Ten At The Table." Mrs Hamstreet of Burt, gave a very interesting and informative talk on the Retarded Child and the organization formed in Kossuth for help of- the same. Following this program, a most delicious lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs Win. Kuhn. Fiflh Birthday Mrs Dwaine Lighter gave a party May 1 in celebration of the fifth birthday of her daughter, Ann Renee. Guests were Elizabeth Chapman, Barbara Harris, Debbie Lee, Mari McCullough, Lanny Phillips, Kathy Potter, Jean Zender and adult guests,' Mrs Julius Tott, Mrs Ernie Willms and the grandmothers, Mrs Clinton Lighter and Mrs William Ringgenberg. Mr and Mrs William Ringgenberg entertained at, dinner, May 4, in honor of the birthday of their daughter, Mrs Dwaine Ligh- te'r. i WE SELL AND RECOMMEND SWIFT'S PLANT FOODS 751h Birthday Honors Mrs Ernest Egel is holding • open house Sunday at 'her home at 609 east Oak street for her father, Mike Miller, who will observe his 75th birthday. This is an informal affair with no set hours and friends may call at their convenience. Among the out of town guests expected will be Mrs Egel's uncle and aunt,' Mr and Mrs Perry Lakin of Ruthven who will be Sunday dinner guests. Wesley Homemakers The Wesley Township Homemakers will meet at the Center instead of at the • Lester Larson home on Tuesday, May 21. Mrs Clarence Ackerson will be assistant hostess. BLENN for corn and other * grains . ' BRIMM for'vegetables, fruits and other high-value crops PASTURGRO . .. the only plant food made especially for grass and grass : legume pastures J >• « ^^v" *kv. See us right away about your plant foot! needs. •' As Advertised In The FARM & HOME Section ROBINSON PRODUCE Algona Wesley Extras" is right... and you'll find them only in Wolverines and in the right places. extra wear When you want man-size wear — here's a work shoe with plenty of it. Made of naturally tough Shell Horselude for miles more wear. extra comfort ... Although tough for extra wear, Wolverines are actually soft as buckskin . . . Triple-tannel 2ft, 'S a " CXClUSiVe PrOCeS8< Th ' y d ^' «* extra value Wolverine shoes give you this extra long wear and extra softness at no extra cost to make them the top value for your workshoe dollar. OING... SSUITS AUCTION SPECIALS AUCTION SPECIAL! Dress Slacks Both Regular and Summer Weights Values to $10.95 AUCTION SPECIAL! Famous Make MEN'S Pajamas $2 Values to $3.98 ••BHHBB AUCTION SPECIAL! All-New Men's SHORTSLEEVE Sport Values to $2.98 While They Last! BOYS' LEE RIDER Dungarees • Vulcanized Knee f Sizes 5 to 12 • • • • ' ••-:•• : • jft L<euthold & Williams' history nidking DUTCH AUCTION f starts off tfith.a^big savings for you . . .and each day the prices .go down $2.00 or more on all the suits left. BUT DON'T FORGET . . . YOUR, SELECTION J GETS SMALLER .EACH DAY! £', |fVe are clearing many of/our new! Spring suit£". . . and in this way, we canT give you the best bargains ever available; We believe your best values will be available the first day and suggest you come in early to make your selection. ; . MAKE A SELECTION FROM THE FOLLOWING GROUPS Check Your Size 1 •' -, '' " T . ' . ".. ; • ' ,' •' .. - \ SIZE :;' •-. || 33 | 34 |j35^lj3ai^L38J^[j[g 142 144 146 ON NOW! Prices Drop *2.QQ Each Day! AUCTION SPECIAL! LEE Work Uniforms • Shirt & Pant • Silver Grey Color 5.50 Reg. $6.96 Value HBBSHJ^HBB White Handkerchiefs each PRICE ny 20, Price $32 May 21, Price $30 !•* M 22, Price 28 M< 23, Price $26 nday, May 24, Price $24 ny 25, Price $22 t No Alterations - No Exchange* /f AUCONA.IOWA Don't Forget! Selections Get Smaller Daily! 1. • *

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