The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1954 · Page 9
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December 21, 1954

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

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Back From Clinic « .Swea City—Mr slid Mfs.fi. 1. I Hamhiond returned home frprh Rochester, Minn, on Friday. Mrs Hammond had been there fof a check ur/ on a foot condition, the result of an injury sustained, when she stepped from a stool. Doctors at the clinic recommended a year of treatment To Sponsor Denes Ladies of the St. Benedict C. D. of A. are sponsoring a dance which will be held at the VFW Hall in Algona, according !ffl^^ - HOLIDAY GREETINGS - ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1954 VOL 91 - NO. 51 to an. announcement made last Saturday. Card's Little Name Band will furnish the music for the event,' with dancing set to start at 9 p.m. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA And A Big "Thank You" . It has been a pleasure to serve you — the many friends of Coast-To-Coast — during the past yedr. We have just closed one of the biggest Christmas sea' sons ever enjoyed by this store . . , and we extend our sincere thanks to all of you. . To you and yours; the Coast-fo- ,Coas't Store sends the warmest of Christmas greetings,' and a heartfelt wish for. all good things in the year 1955 COAST-TO-COAST STORE ED WOLF JOE BLOOM 8rt ^' <!!grtii!j!r *'**^ Saturday & Sunday Dec. 25-26 JAY BELLAIRE Friday, Dec. 31 '" New Year's Eve KUHFUSS BROS. . V _. Sunday, Jan. 2 EDDIE ALLEN Friday, Jan. 7 ANDY DOLL No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 •s OCEAN SPRAY - SERVING FOR 8 CRANBERRY SAUCE .".... 19c RED PITTED 2 No. 2 Cans PIE CHERRIES _______ 49c MELLOMAR, NBC CHOCOLATE COOKIES 1 Lb. Pkg. 39c ARMOUR'S STAR LAYER PACK 49c SLICED 5 LBS. BACON ENDS - - >1 Minute Steaks Lb. 49c Armour's Star SKINLESS and DEFATTED From 14 to 22 Lbs. Weight IDEAL FOR CHRISTMAS Whole or Half Lb. 59c Armour's Star Loin EXTRA LEAN PORK CHOPS End Cuts n>. 33c CENTERS ib. 59c TURKEYS GEESE DUCKS CAPONS ALL BEST WISHES FQR YOUR CHRISTMAS SEASON MBBB^BF ^Br ^WH Wr Super Valu Christmas Show Held By Sexton Friendly Club By The Village Gossip Sexton — The Friendly Club held its Christryias* meeting with entertainment and a show by the members. It was held at the home of Mrs Carne Olsen with Mrs Don Prew and Mrs Leslie Huff serving. Mrs Huff way kind enough to work in place or hostess, Mrs Fred Jennings who has beert ill. Mrs Glenn Gabrielson was also a hostess and served as leader in the absence of president Edna Ward and vice president Phyllis Hoover. .The club plans to have a special guest fo» eacb meeting in the new year, someone who lives in Sexton but does not belong to thfe club. The January meeting will be at the home of Mrs Clarence Huff. Looks like the big woodcutting job at Ed Fitch's and Martin Mimbachs is going to turn into and easy job yet with the addition of a tractor and power saw. It should be a warm winter along their street if they get all the Burger sawed down. MrssHarry Ditsworth of Algonn stayed with her grandchildren, Sammy nnd Jody Prew while their mother attended the Friendly Club meeting. There were a number of residents returning home the past week. Among them wore Mrs W. Ward and son Melvin. They had been staying with her mother after her father's recent death. Mr Ward and Joan also wont on Sunday and attended the funeral held Tuesday. They returned the next day so that Joan might continue to go to school. Mi- Ward and Joan then left Saturday and after staying over the weekend brought Mrs Ward and Melvin home wRh them this time. Mr and Mrs Martin Mimbach have returned from their Minnesota trip where Murtin had been doing some carpentering. They are getting their house warmed up once more so that Mrs Knows There's A Santa Mimbach cah plants . home bring from her many neighbors who have been plant sitting for her. Charles McMahon must really like his home town to leave Texas and return to a cold Iowa winter. He looked happy to be home in spite of the snow. trees cut up that .Ed and Arch rust out. It is better to wear out than In the above picture, Claude Wh.ilehill. center, manager of Ihe Moose club here, is being presented with a new wristwatch and a Moose insignia ring ..fcy Santa Glaus, at the annual Christmas party of the lodye held recently. Looking on at Ihe right is A. E. Briggs, head of the local lodge. Claude says I sure believe in Sanla."— .(Algona Upper Des Moines flashfoto). Tip to motorists: Watch out for school kids—they weren^t brought up to be run down, Why not learn the trade—not just the tricks of. !!SW5^^ Out Of The Blue To You — SEASON'S GREETINGS from ALBRIGHT AERO SERVICE Algona Municipal Airport Stu Albright, Pilot-Manager *^sMsi!*Baa38^^ teJEgaJBiisJis!*^^ WARMESUGREETINGS AND SINCERE THANKS We have tndeed received the gift of the Magt In the many courtesies and hearty support you have given us in the past year... and now, we wish you all the good luck and happiness the future holds and to assure you of our continued desire to servo you through the coming year NORTH (OWA SEWING MACHINE AND APPLIANCE CO. 40 At Portland Progress Club Christinas Party Portland — The Portland Progress Christmas party was well- attended with about 40 adults presented. After a very delicious pot luck supper, Korene and Judy Fitch played and sang a couplo songs. Dick and Jack Trunkhill had a surprise' number after which Bingo and 500 was enjoyed by all, the remainder of the evening. The son of Mr and Mrs Pete Leeper, is on his way home 1 , to help his father on the farm. Mr Lcoper is to have an operation and Mrs Leeper injured her hand in an elevator hoist at corn picking time this fall. Their son has been in the army. A eood sized crowd turned out for the Martin Becker sale last Tuesday, Dec. 14, in spite of the Spitting snow and icy roads. Corrine Zwiefel has beun out of school the past week with a bad cold. Mr and Mrs Dwight Ruse went to Des Moines, then bn to Iowa City early Wednesday morning, where 'Mrs Ruse h^td another check up. She has been getting along wonderfully, of lp<», , Mrs Jesse Harms was'shopping in Titonka Saturday. Judy Fitch spent Tuesday night with Sharon Harms, the .little daughter of Mr and Mrs Carl Harms, nor.th. .and..wesCoI. Titonka. Mrs Earl Zwiefel called home folks last Tuesday evening, to let them know she was getting along good and thought she could come home Thursday or Friday. The little, inf;mt daughter of Mr and Mrs Page is on the critical list. She is in the Iowa City hospital, where all is being done, that is humanly possible. Mrs Page- is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Lewis Barllttt of Titonku. Jesse Harms called at the Vic Fitch farm Wednesday morning.- Relatives, friends and neighbor;} hear occasionally from Mr and Mrs Dull Filch. Jong time, residents of Portland, who now Jivu at Lebanon, Mo, They would liko very much to mqke a visit, back to Iowa but neither of them feel able to make the trip. Mi- Fitch had a stroke, and has breti poorly evur since, getting around but little with the ;iid of a c;iru and Mvs Fitch suffered a broken hip some time ago. Mr and Mrs Lewis Larson and Mr and Mrs Levant Moore wore shopping in Albert Lea Thursday. Mr Larson is a brother Awarded Clock For 20-Yr. Sales R. I. Mawclsley, of Algona, received un imported, 400-day antique style clock from the Pioneer lli-J3rod Corn Company of- Des Moines, Iowa, for li() 'years of sales service with the company. Mr Mawclsley received his award at a pre-Christmas party for the Pioneer salesmen and their wives. When Mr Mawdsley first started selling hybrid seed corn only a handful of farmers had tried it. Since that time, he has seen this liOth century agricultural revolution develop so that today, practically 100 percent of all tlie corn planted throughout the corn, belt is hybrid seed corn. Army To College Swea City—Jai-k Emerson is now attending Wliittier college at Whitticr, Gal. He received his discharge from the army in Sept. He expects to be able to finish his college course in 1958. May Your Christmas Be Happy and the New Year Prosperous! • Algona Locker Plant Bob Holtzbauer AS if i 'i • .1 I i :! iSijfrfe^jfe^^^^Jfastes^S^^

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