The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 28, 1954 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 28, 1954
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Fenton Girl To Wed January 9 Fenlon — Mr and Mrs John Fuhr of Fenton announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Rosemary to Arnold E. Laabs, son of Mr and Mrs R. F. Laabs of Fenton. The wedding will take place Jan. 9th. ' •. * • >, earlier in the day at which time Mrs Hagen was in her usual condition. W. A. Ladendorff is alstf at tfie Rest Home and his condU tion is not good. Mr and Mrs Harvey Steven had as guests Christmas their sons and daughters-in-law Mr and Mrs Everett Steven of Sexton, Mr and Mrs Leo Steven, the son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Everett Hodgin of Slater, a niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Earl Booth and a grandson Harvey Steven and his mother Mrs Lloyd Steven of Mapleton, Minn. Harvey is in service and located at Fort Leonard W6od, Mo. Quests for Christmas dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs H. E. Bruns were Mf and Mrs Clafeilbe Brufts, Des Moines; <,Mr and Mrs Darroll Bruns • and son, * Dick-, Waterloo; Mr and Mrs Dwight Bruns and ! children, Ka^hy, Roger and Robert, Wesley. A sort at Mitchell, S. D., Thomas Brutis and children, Walter, Berry and Donna, could not come on account of bad roads, but the family was called by phone. Christmas Day dinner guests at the W. R. Carney home were Mr and Mrs Robert A. Carney, Mrs Ewald Koch, and children, Mrs Mary Lytla and daughter, of Al- gotia,;Mr and Mrs Milton .Worby of Ofonpco, Minn,, iMafy LoU Worby ahd Phyllis Faith of Des Moines, ,Pat, Phillip artd John' Faith of Livermore. Evening guests also included Mr and Mf> Otis Faith and children and Mr ahd Mrs Arlo Leis and son of Fort Dbdge. Sunday dinner guests al the Robert A. Carney home were Mr and Mrs W. R. Carney, Mrs Ewald LOCALS Mr and Mrs Russell Picket! had as dinner guests Sunday the latter's parents Mr and Mrs Matt Kapp and her brothers-in-law and sisters Mr and Mrs W. D. Hemmingson of Des Moiriesi and 'Mr and Mrs Sterling Logue of Livermore. Mrs" Kapp has :spent the! past fortnight at Des Moines with the Hemmingsons. • ; Mr and 'Mrs Thomas Halpin and sons, Michael and Dennis, of Boone and Mr and Mrs R. J,, Kuhn and daughter, Mindy, of Ankeiny were Sunday, Dec. 19. guests of Mrs Leota Halpin. The Kuhns also visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Gordon Kuhn, while here. Mrs Thomas Halpin and Mrs R. J. Kuhn are daughters of Mrs Leota Halpin. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Miickey had as dinner guests Christmas Eve Mr and Mrs Robert Williams, Marijane and Jackie, Chet Williams, Mr and Mrs Russell Pickett and children, Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey and children, and Mr and Mrs Julius Blinkman of Shokopee, Minn., parents of Mrs Stanley Muckey who came for the Christmas weekend. Mrs Frank Hagen, mother of Mrs Frank Vera; suffered a heart attack Sunday and Mrs Vera war, called to the Curtis Rest Home at Burt where both Mr and Mrs Hagen are being cared for.' Mr and Mrs Vera had visited them End of Year CLEARANCE Sale Ends Friday Entire Stock. COAT • Toddlers! • Children's • Sub-Teens 7 j ,. '•:.'•'.'>';>••'; '••• 6 Juniors' PRICES ON LAD5ES AND CHILDREN'S Blouses • Sweaters •Skirts Dresses • Headwear • Pajamas • Gowns • . • Koch and children, Mrs Mary Lytle and daughter. Mr and Mrs Mell Christensen of Algona, Pat and Phillip Faith 'of Livermore, Mary LoU Worby of Des Moinfeff and Mr and Mrs Heinie Fisher of 'Walker, Minn. Evening guests also included Mr and Mrs Clyde Tuesday, December 28, 1954 Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes-3 Miller and son of Eagle Grove and Mr and Mrs Duanc Andrews Of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs E, O. Woepke are being visited over the holidays by the former's motheir Mrs Geo. Roepke who for the past year and half has been at Cocoa Fla»» with her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Claire Roepke. Claire is with the air force. PUBLIC SALEl 145 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 145 1 will sell at public auction my entire herd of Hojsteln dairy cattle and Chester White hogs as well as a flock of Mamp-While pullets, on the farm located 1'A miles east of the Armstrong Sales Barn on Hiway 44— ' „ Wednesday, Ian. 5 Beginning At 12:30 Sharp Lunch Wagon on Grounds 121 HEAD OF HOGS 121 An Outstanding Herd of Chester White Hogs <jr- Most of Them Eligible For Registering! ELY A & JESSIE'S APPAREL SHOP .North of Sorensen's Grocery - 35 Sows To Starf to Farrow the First Week in February 80 Feeder Pigs Same Sire — Average lOO.Lbs. All Hogs Double-Vaccinated with Virus & Serum . 20 Gilts Bred to Silver Lad 15 Yearling Sows Bred to Royal Ace 2 Open Gilts 4 Boars Frying Chickens, ea. _79c fresh 4 to 6 Ibs. 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