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December 28, 1954

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 2

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V ' a is •Is f *. 2-Algond (lei,} Uppor bei Moln f uestfaf, ^deBmber 2^, 1934^ ( Flips M Line » Lael ftoot of Wesley flipped:a 248 .line to t&p all otlie'r efforts at Hawkeye Lanes last week. Other men over 200 Were Art Benschoter 211, Paul Hasse 219. 212. Wendell Jergenson 210, Mert Hoover 225f Cliff Benschoter 202, Don Hutchlnson 201, Chan Dailey 203, Gbrdy Schmidt -200, Andy Krolnihga 201, CaSeV Loss, 210, Hank *Geilenfeld.'.203, Craig Smith 203, Jill ColWell 219, Moflte Scobba .208, and Paul Engen 200. Standings: Western League W Mutual.of Omaha - .i.--4S"' Swartz Hdwe. .41 Moew's —_•—•- 39% Pioneer „__ . ,.38 Sargent Feeds -—____36 KossUth Motor 33% Thermogas :_L.^_^_28 : Plantation 23 . Titonka •.___ _.23 Lpfld Rock « __*_ _ .21. i Algona Imp. •_ ___12" Classic League .. , W Hamm's _-.:__-_-__-_--48' Titonka _:—-—_—47% S & L 41% Beecher Lane Appl.-_37 Root Hdwe. -_ ..36.% Plantation . ^..i— —-...31% NIACO -____-_ -31 Seeley Farms _ .30 Burt 29 West End Billiards 22 State Farm Ins. ______20 Miller High Life _i -10 TH ANNUAL FIRS Sponsored By The Algona Upper Des Moines and Participating Algona Business Firms WHO'LL BE THE FIRST BABY OF 1955! Big Crowd At Winter Dante At Lone Rock Lone Rock—A • capacity crowd enjoyed the. annual Christmas Winter Wonderland 'Dance at the Lone Rock (School,' (Wednesday evening, w^th Frank 'Johas playing. The dance room was decorated with a lovely Christmas tree ifl.' the center and smalle? ronefe on each end, with blue arid silver streamers -and; silver i stars. .The Lone" Rock' Band mothers held lunch in the hot lunch room. Birthday Honors Mrs Roger Jensen and Mrs J. M. Blanchard, Jr. entertained at a birthday party last Friday evening, Dec. 17i at the <h0rrie of Mrs Jensen. Gueltfe WereflMtS Milton Madison, the'^honored jjiiest, Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs'''A. A. Krueger, Mrs H. A. Blanchard, Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mrs Art Priebe, Mrs Meyton Larson', Mrs Alfred Schu- Itz and Mrs Jim Larson, Mrs R. Christenson. Hearts was played with Mrs H. A. Blanchard winning low prize and Mrs Erich Seegebarth winning high. Pie-Christmas Dinner Mr and Mrs J. M. Blanchard, Sr. entertained at a 7:30 o'clock pot luck dinner Christmas party Monday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs R. W. Christenson, Mi and Mrs PiQgcr Jensen, Mr and Mrs Jim Larson, Mr and Mrs Merton Larson, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schutz. Five Hundred was played with Jim Larson winning high for men and travel prize, Mrs R. W. Christenson and Mrs Merton Larson tying for high for women, Mr and Mrs Alfred winning the low for men and women. A gift fxchange was held at the close of the evening. Mr and Mrs H. A. Blanchard spent Wednesday evening at the Wayne Richmond home at Armstrong. -•WL.l.'-^V A Baby Blanket tot the first little one of 1955, Penney's will present a cuddly blanket to keep the lucky infant toasty-war'm during those first important weeks and months. To Be Presented by •* J. C. Penney Co. 3-Piece Knit Set Our gift to the FirsVBaEy of 55 will 1 Be an adorable 3-piece knitted set of cap, sweater and bootees to keep the tiny winner snuggly warm and comfy. To Be Presented by Graham's Dept. Store Who will be the first little New Citizen of our,-community in 1955? That's the big questipril What lucky baby will be the winner of all the valuable and useful prizes featured below? To be eligible, have your doctor state the exact time and place of birth^ Hie sex, weight^ arjd ndnne^ pfusjt^ the parents. Send this information ' V , to this newspaper. (The first baby born after, midnight Jan. 1, 1955 in Kossuth County to parents who are residents ( of Kossuth County will Bd declared winner Jof the 1955sFjrst Baby Cohtestl j, i A Lovely Portrait .Of Baby and Mother Lafa*....'-?. ij. s&: .:•-.. . >,,, _ - i _ :,'. t - : f .r- We will take a photograph of mother and baby as soon as convenient after the little one arrives, and this will be suitably framed and presented to the parents. , • Brown's Studio Nels and Kay Isaacson Nylon Baby Dress Frprn . Fowlers,., the, Jpcky ,,_ little;,winner will receive one of our very nicest nylon baby dresses . . . and to make the gift complete, we are including an un- derslip. •••,'- To Be Presented by Fowlers Training Seat From.the Coqst-To-Coast Store in Algona, the pafertfir of the l^rst Baby will receive a' trainipg seat. We offer this needed item as our part in the First Baby Contest) -. To Be Presented by Cbas^q-Coast ; : ' Store Mrs Waller Gunelson of Cooloy, Minn, spent Thursday at the E. A. Lee home. Other guests there that day were Mrs Craig Diem, Mrs Leonard Applequist, Mrs A. Swanson all ol Swea City, Mist. Aj-'nes Olson of Bancroft. •Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder Nurberl Zuniach, Mrs Howard McChesney of Van Nays, Calif, spent Tuesday at Des Moirxes, where they also visited Mrs Cecil Seegebarth. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris left Friday afternoon to spend over Christmas weekend at the Jack Johnson home at Gowrie. Mrs Dennis Priebe and infant son, Barry returned home from the Holy Family hospital in Estherville Thursday. Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bausman left Friday to spend Christmas with his parents, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Bausman at Shullsberg, V/is. Mrs Jim Marlow of Mankato. Minn, spent Thursday evening a! the Dell Marlow home. The following faculty of the Lone Rock School held a faculty Christmas dinner Monday evening at Van's, rafe in Algona; Miss F. Yager, Mr and Mrs John Vallen- ga, Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger. Mr and Mrs Charles Staudt, Mi and Mrs Clarence Martin, Mr and Mrs Marlyn Bausman, Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard, David Beck After the dinner they were Invited to the David Beck apartment, where they sacked Christmas treats and enjoyed coffee. Mrs Don Blanchard substituted teaching for Mrs Frank Koch, who left to visit her son in service in Mississippi. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig attended a farewell party at the John son house Thursday evening in honor of Mr and Mrs Max Miller. the John Deere block man. Mr and Mrs Lorenz Geitzenauer, Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough, Miss N. Bierle, Mr and Mrs Alfred Sehultz attended ;; dinner at West Bend Thursday evening. Baby Cup and Spoon Our greeting to the little "First of '55" will be a silverplated cup and spoon — a gift that will be treasured over the years as baby grows. To Be Presented by Wiltgenr Jewelry 1-Dozen Diapers From the S & L Store, the mother of the First Citizen will be presented with a package of one dozen fluffy-soft diapers — our salute to the new arrival! To Be Presented by S & L Store A Lovely Bouquet We will deliver a lovely bouquet of fresh flowers for mother's bedside as sooh as the First Baby is reported to us. To Be Presented by Algona Greenhouses Johnson Baby Set As our gift to the Little One — be it a "he" or a "she" — will be a Johnson Baby Set consisting of bath powder, baby oil, baby cream and baby soap. The finest for the finest! To Be Presented by Clayton & Rusk Carnation Milk As our gesture to the lucky First Arrival, we will present the parents with a two weeks supply of CARNATION Fresh Milk —at any time they want it. To Be Presented by Brown's Dairy Heinz Baby Food To see that the little one grows strong, we are presenting the lucky parents with a set of Heinz Baby Food - for baby's good eating! To Be Presented by Ray's Market Fill-Up On Gas The papa of the First Baby of 1955 will no doubt want t* go to the hospital often and see his little one ... to help him do it we will fill the gas tank on his car once free. To Be Presented by Viking Gil Co. E. B. Carlson, Mgr. 12 Cans Baby Food For the lucky little new arrival — the First one after midnight, January 1 — Council Oak will give a set of 12 cans of famous Gerber's Baby Food. To Be Presented by Council Oak Store Savings Account To start the new baby off with a sense of thrift, Home Federal will open 'a savings account in the amount of $3.00 for the First Arrival, boy or girl, and present book to parents. To Be Presented by Home Federal t Savings & Loan Assn. Watch This Newspaper For Announcement of The Winner of Our First Baby of 1955 Contest! Lucky Parents Will Receive A Year's Subscription To The ASgona Upper Des Moines

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