The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1954 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 5, 1954
Page 11
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Wesley Lions Seek Way Of Getting Town Doctor Wesley--The Li&ns Club hold their regular meeting Wednesday evening in the Methodist church parlors. The question of getting a doctor for Wesley was discussed. The Marian Circle of the Methodist church served the luncheon. Twd Mew Arrivals A_baby girl was born Monday, September 27 at St. Ann hospital, Algona to Mr and Mrs Will ,Ha»erman. She has been named Deborah Louise. They have 3 other children, Melvin, Jean and Duane. The family occupy an apartment in Mrs Dorothy Snooks home.. A baby girl, Cynthia Kay was born to Mr and Mrs Clifford Carlson Wednesday, Sept. 15 at St. .Ann hospital, Algona. Wed 61 YeaK~ Mr. and Mrs Lou Gbetz were dinner guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Isadore Meyer near St. Benedict Sunday, .Sept. 26, to honor them on their 61st wedding anniversary. Other callers that day were Mr and Mrs Leo Hanig and Mary Lou and Mr and Mrs Will Meyer and Bob. The honored couple enjoy good health altho Mr Meyer uses a wheel chair. To Visit In Texas Mrs P. C. Haynes is to leave October 9 for Fort Worth, Texas to spend a few days at the Harley Haynes home. She and Mrs Haynes will then fly to Carlsbad, Ca i lf to spend a week with Mr and Mrs Will Gardner and' family. Mrs Gardner is the former Donnadell Haynes, daughter of Mr and Mrs P. C. Haynes. Mr Gardner teaches school in Oceanside, Calif. Another Haynes, Mrs R. J. Saunche, Eau Claire, Wis., will stay with her father while Mrs Haynes is away. Housewarming Party Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom, Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan and Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson attended a surprise housewarming for their sister-in-law, Mrs Ruth Johnson, at Britt. Mrs Johnson recently bought a home in Britt and moved from her farm northeast of Wesley. Her son Dennis Johnson, wife and daughter Barbara moved to the farm. They also attended the family gathering. Sharlene Johnson is employed in the First State Bank and Mary Lee Works in the Hi Way Cafe. Mr and Mrs Dale Knopper and three daughters and Curt Lewerke also attended the housewarming, Reilly-Haag Nuptials NEED PARTS? FOR PICKER? COMBINE? OTHER MACHINES? BRADLEY BROS. Parts Dept. Is Always On Hand To Serve YOU With Seasonable Paris Right Now, For Instance: Minnesota Rubber & Cord HUSKINGtROltERS On Hand For Allis-Chalmers Oliver Massey-Harris New Idea We'll Special Order Them For Any Other Picker We Have Limited Supply of PICK-UP GUARDS FOR YOUR .COMBINE If They Only Save 4 Bu. of Beans They Have Paid For Themselves. \ YOM Se« All And You Keep Worm LUBRICATING OILS ...*• HEW HEAT-HOUSER PELUXI wW. VU W «M»a4 «B*. fUy. Stop by »»d •«• tM» out* «t«Mtlii9 *r«tor bwtw. K«t» w«r« whil« y«o work wtlb th* w« HiAT-HOUSER PElUXi. I GREASES BRADLEY BROS. PARTS DEPARTMENT Clinic at Rochester, Minn. Sunday, Sqpt. 26 for treatment of shingles. Mrs Ed Farmum and baby son Tommy of Shenandoah spent several days over the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs P. C. Haynes. Mr and Mrs Merle Brown entertained 31 relatives Sunday, Sept. 26 in honor of Mr and Mrs Roger Brown of Minneapolis, who were married Sept. 17 and were houseguests in the Brown home. A shower of gifts followed a noon dinner. Janice Paulson daughter of Mr and Mrs John Paulson was* one of four Hancock county 4-H girls to win special county awards for their record books. Orthel Jolly Workers met with Jane Tegtmeyer Tuesday Sept. 21. New officers are Mrs Jerry Fox, leader; Bernice Smith, president; Gloria Sonius, vice president; Shirley McNeese, secretary; Bonnie Eckles, reporter, Nancy Sheets and Diane Gardner, historian. Mrs Dorothy Snook and Mrs O. Erdman spent several days over the September 26 in Minneapolis, visiting friends. Rev and Mrs F. A. Webb, Mrs U. E. Hemmingsen, Mrs Otto Henderson and Charlotte Wise attended a district conference Tuesday September 28 at the Methodist church in Humboldt. The WSCS will meet Wednesday, Oct. 6, with hostesses Mesdames L. Baylor, Glen Smith and Herman Wise. Mr and Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier took their daughter Alice R. N. to Mason City Sunday, Sept. 26 where she entrained for Phoenix, Arizona where she works in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital. She spent six weeks at her home here. Guests at the A. N. Richtsmeier home Thursday were Mrs Richtsmeier's sister Mrs Adolph Greiner of Nevada and their cousin Miss Alice Judge of Pontiac, Illinois, who had been a houseguest in the Greiner home a week. Mr and Mrs Bob Lickteig and baby moved last week from Mason City to an Al Loebig ipartrhent. Bob will be employ- d at the K. & H. pil Station. The American Legion Auxiliary vill meet Thursday evening, Oct. Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman spent he September 26 weekend at the lome of their daughter, Mrs Robert Kain and family at St. Paul, Minn. George Prema spent the Sept. 26 weekend at the Ed Downs lome. He returned to the Leo Young home near Garner where he has been employee?. Mrs John Nolan Jr. of Em- mtsburg spent Tuesday with hef sister, Mrs Dono.van Studer and . Ed Downs home. Mr Sfudor. Mr and Mrs Lewis Kent and family of Burt were Sunday I The Salvation Army was estab- aftornoon Sept. 26 callers at theUished in the U.S. in 1880. Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Bernard W. Reilly of Ledyard, who were married Sept. -14 at Sacred Heart Catholic church in Ledyard. The bride is the former Mary Ann Haag, daughter of Mr and Mrs Cyril Haag of-Ledyard. The bridegroom is a son of the late Ed Reillys of Lone Rock, and is manager of the Farmer's Co-Op Elevator at Ledyard. Attending the couple were Arnold Reilly, brother of the' bridegroom, from Algqna, and Rita Haag, -sister of the bride. The double- ring ceremony was performed by Father Bernard Montag. A' wedding dinner was served in the Sacred Heart hall at noon, and the newlyweds took a wedding trip i to the Black Hills and Denver, following a reception held at the home of the bride's parents.—(Photo by Brown's Studio,' Algona). $78 Donations Obtained The recent drive-for the Children's 'Home ' Society nette $72.85. Mrs Alfred .Erdman, chairman was assisted by the Mesdames Tom Forburger, Paul Erdman, Reese Martin, R. C. Bauer, Joseph Meurer, Urban Neuroth, .Albert Lickteig, Nick Weber and Beatrice Hildman. Mr and Mrs Edward Lex and daughters of Des Moines were overnight guests of the Edmund Otis family recently. They were here to shell their corn on th< Jarrn, ,they sold to Harry Frye. Mr and Mrs Vee Mullins at tended a district meeting of rura mail carriers at Ringsted las week. Mrs Lawrence Koppen fell a her home last week and sustainec a broken ankle. Her daughte Mrs Betty Wiltgen of Algoni stayed with her several days. L. L. and A. M. Lease had wore last week that their sister, Mrs J. W. Walker of Corwith entered Colonial hospital at the Mayo A Very Special Invitation Is Extended To All Who Would Like To Visit Us During Our 50th ANNIVERSARY Celebration In Algona At An OPEN HOUSE Sunday, October 10 From 2:00 Until 9:00 P. M. Members of the Algona Library Board Will Be Present To Show You Around. Now Is the Time To Really Come In and Browse Around. Algona Public Library SEB3T 118 WEST NEBRASKA STREET FALL IN ALGONA FOOD STORES The Beit All-Winter Protection for Your Car Regardless of Price COAST.TQ.COAST STORES PERMA AN ETHYLENE GLYCOL PRODUCT YOU SAVE 76 on EVERY GALLON iJggS&g COMES IN TAMPER. PROOF SEALED CANS QUART SIZE 59 EXACTLY THE SAME COOLING SYSTEM PROTECTION AS OTHER LEADING PERMANENTANTLFREEZE PRODUCTS .COSTING S2.95A GALLON Approved for Safe In All States! Bring Your Own Container and Save! STANDARD GRADE ANTI-FREEZE High grade alcohol anti-freeze at a new low price. In our own container. (AX120) Gal. With Anti-Hurt Inhibitor DOUBLE "C" ANTI-FREEZE A lull-itr«ngth. pur* uadQutt4 coU-lreeia compounded 'with on aoti-iual formula, protect) at low ireexing temperatuit*. woa't hara , tubbM. (AJC1IO) The Whole Family Likes Cheese- There are so many ways you can serve cheese: as a quick and satisfactory snack at night or between meals; as a swell main dish; as a mellow flavoring in the foods you cook; as a zippy taste in salads; or a sa delightful dessert. Anyway you give it to them, the family will like Cheese. It's So Wpnderful Tasting- Mild or sharp, smooth or tangy, there's a Cheese to please everyone's taste. Each type of Cheese has a zesty, tempting flavor all its own. Cheese is grand with many other foods like crackers, fruits, in sandwiches, too. Cheese has oodles of real flavor goodnessl It's Sd Good For You- Sure, you like Cheese — but did you know it was so good for you? Cheese, a concentrated form of milk, is packed with proteins, vitamins, minerals. Ifs ALL food — no wastel It's So Easy To Buy- Almost every food store today sells you Cheese, of whatever type, in convenient to buy pre-packaged sizes. You can also buy it in bulk. You can buy it in glass jars. Cheese always stores so easy in your refrigerator! It's So Economical- Pound for pound, and ounce for ounce — you get full money's worth when you buy Cheese. 1'/4 ounces (a 1'/4 inch cube) of yellow Cheese is about equal to a glass of milk in several of milk's values. Visit your grocer's dairy food department nowl We Salute CHEESE - Great Dairy Delicacy! Algona Co-op Creamery

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