The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 24, 1955 · Page 10
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r lhst tii , February fa, osen Commercial Club Ladies Night Held Feb. 18 ••tf-^'j^'i^ »i t aa;si!s*:a ft ffir;^ Might sponsored by the Com merciai Club was held .Friday evening in the club bdildihg.- The president Oliver C h r i s t i a fl son gave a short welcoming talk and presented Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Selvig with going away gifts. Both will be moving, frdm the community around the ; first > W March. Bingo and 500 Were played for entertainment. In charge of the bingo game were Chester Alme, Ralph Richards, Kenneth McLuen and Raymond Wehrspann. In charge of the 500 were DeVere Newton, 1 Oscar Oppedahl, Robert Bottorof, Morgan Hagen and Merle Holt. High winners at 500 were .Mrs LeRoy Selvig and Knut Oppedahj and low were Mrs Knut Oppedahl and Earl Olson. ; • A lovely lunch was prepared and served by the following com mittee: Percy Watnem, Kermit Fowler, Ray Frieden, Melvin EUingsqn, Gordon Jensen ana Eugene Hofius. Hosts To Club •Mr and Mrs Donald Larson en- tejtained the .anniversary club tit 111CJ.I., JlWliiw •-.««• — - «r ,- • ng beginning with dinner. En- ertainment Was 500. Mrs, Paul Meyer. and'-Kefrnit, FoWlftr. ,won -likh and -Mrsf Edward fcinrielL and i° .. - •*».. £.:-. V..*— : f«,*+ TVi/iaO l Martin Meyer were ^oW. Those present were Mr and Mrs Ed w Mr t Coyle tby Telford,* MJ- and Mrsermit Fowlgri Mr^ bnd^Mrs Euge'ne Hofids, *W and Mrs Martin Meyer atid Mr aftd Mrs Pau Meyer. Birthday i i Mis Percy Watnem was' sur prised Tuesday .afternoon.' when a group came in to help her cele brate her birthday. Presen were Mr and Mrs Merle Faulk and son Monte of Estherville, Mr Ed Nessen of West Bend, Mrs S Keith of Pocahontas, Mrs Manda Mitsveri-.and Alton of Bode and Mrs Irl Bell and Lois of Ottosen $232, March of Dimes A total of $232.10 has been col lected for the March of Dimes fo Ottosen and Wacousta Township Mrs Ralph Richards, chairman wishes to express thanks to all of the workers who made this drive so successful. Mrs Archie Tuesday ilier at VM mffllMW ome. Y 1 { i riU.-.. eo p«jy ! ;* |and Mrs i Vincent Salz en- rtained M+W P8*% <* their ome WedmW evening. Those present were Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper, Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper. Mr and .Mrs.Pred Kampen, Mr and Mrs Wre.Newton,- ¥| and Mrf Oscar Oppeaehl,^ and Mrs Ralph Strutheijs, Mr arid Mrs Bov/ard'«eQiFksorr, Mr^and Mr* Laurel 'Wbrster, ' Ur ^nd Mr* 31viri Haug, Mr , and Mrs, Knut °p£edal& Mr *nd .Mfs? George Kjarof WestMen^'V ;.; ;. 5 , ' tfew .dHurc'h furnace A ne in the S the Wwtafr^h^ > furnace was, purchased «' .* Wehrspann and is being installed by 'him with the help, of the men of the church. Mrs Flo Strutherswas hbn6red at a birthday party Tuesday aftei-; noon at the Sam Kropf home. She HEARING AID OO Price IneJudei oir conduction receiver) - and >tock eormold • U&tei ZENITH'S - .a~ . Another important milestone in Zenith's famous "Crusade to Lower the "Cost of Hearing!" Now, for only $75, you can enjoy .the 1 greater clarity, compactness, convenience and operating econ: omy offered by the 3-transistor "75-X." v The .quality o[ the "JS^T is nothing less than ZenltVs finest! It 'is backed by. Zenith's 10-Day Money-Back Guaranty, Oae-Yeir : Warranty and Five- Year Service Plan. •( - .» N Hardly larger than a pocket lighter, the "75-X" offers performance equal to some aids at least twice its size and many selling for at Jeast three times its price! 10-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE EASY TIME-PAYMENTS ARRANGED ON REQUEST Investigate E. Hundertmark, ' Thorson, Naomi Struthers, Mrs Donald Usher and Mrs C. N. Wel- te Mrs Bob Truelsen' was hostess' to the Ladies .Rural Club- on 'Thursday afternoon in the 1 Lutheran Church par ors. Mrs Bob Truelsen gave one lesson and- MM Essie Cooper another. . Mrs Art Lovig had charge of recreation. Mrs Marian Bennett was a guest. The next meeting will be March 3 at the home of Mrs Antone SP Na C ncy Hellickson. of .Marshalltown spent the weekend at the parental Coward Hellickson wme. She is taking practical nurses training at the Mercy hos- P1 Mr an" Mrs Knut Oppedahl and sons -were Sunday dinner guests at the Alt Lee home. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer were dinner guests Thursday evening at the Percy Watnem °Mr 'and Mrs Hollis Cooper and family were Thursday evening supper guests at the MaDean Ludwig home at West Bend. Sunday they were dinner guests at the Clyde Cooper home near Bode to honor the Cooper's daughter Jacqualine who will be ten years ° Mr "and Mrs Herbert Nellis and family of West Bend were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Sarn Kropf home. . _ Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Telford home were Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer and Mr 'and .Mrs Mike Coyle. Monday afternoon Mr and Mrs Clarence Skattabo and Mrs Henry Lofbloom of Wallingford visited the Sam Kropf home. _ Mr and Mrs Antone Speicii ac tended funeral services for Mrs L. T. Heggen at the Lake Lu theran church at Goldfield on "Monday evening Mr and Mis sttS'^tsyhji solcU fcbuM FrW jsvSrjihfcfJb 25 * < '. |' j l ' ' ' i • l>&,'iur«' <irfij Mrte 'Mtov Houcft '0 e Mf V sWct Mrs fcefloy Houcft of Hutehins, Minn., on a trip of Several weeks duration. They Alan to .visit "lawvea «. ' 4st m Texas, t 01d s .a nephew of e Mr and Mrs Henry Weiher came home Saturday w.eiireiv y»«« a" patient i thervilie 1 hospital^ SI AIVI El 1SIA|V . ip n £ . Mt b 2fU««i 4 fe° W b1Sl^¥e""f .ha^'a?cl.S|e|la Geesmln Wiff haw games.' | ..„...._ If^y^' SAVE a photo by Al Missal. Club Groups At Burt Active In The Past Week Burt — The St. John's Lutheran Aid Society will have the March meeting on March 3 with Mrs Rudy Willrett and Mrs Wittkopp as hostesses. Market Basket committee this meeting are Mrs Henry Weiner, Rose Weise, Mrs Willrett, Mrs Wittkopp and Mrs Earl Bates. Plan Club Banquel The Idle Hour. club will have its annual banquet this Thursday evening at the V. F. W. hall. The auxiliary women will, serve^the meal. Jessie Chaffe and Elizabeth Riebhoff with the committee are in charge. Ryerson. The next meeting will be with Erma Pratt Feb. 28. Mr and Mrs Leonard Findling of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Walter Ruger of LuVerne were recent visitors at the A. G. Vol entine home. Mrs Findling is the E o r m e r Colleen Cfawford, a granddaughter of the Volentmes Mr and Mrs Henry Geetman returned Friday from Mason City and are at home in their apart- ment'in the hotel* . The V. F. W. Auxiliary Sewing meeting will be with Jessie Chaffe Tuesday afternoon March 1. Wayne Lavrenz, small son of ithe Dick Lavrenz is at home with scarlet fever. Harold, an older brother of Waynes, was ill with .the scarlet fever last week. • Some 16 women attended the Burt Homemakers meeting at Mrs A E. Junkermeiers home Tuesday afternoon. Roll call was answered with "What I can broil ., < or -Tones -'homeT evening Mr. and Mrs DeVere Newton and family visited at the HeU- ickson home. Mrs Essie Cooper 'spent Sunday at the Donald Cooper, home. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Louis Jacobson home were Dr. Morrison of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Sylvan Jacobson, Jim, Wanda and Arland, Mr and Mrs Art Anderson and daughters of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and* Leslie Ann. LONE Busy Bee Club - K Members of the Busy Bee Club and guests met at the Kenneth Cook home Friday evening for the annual evening party. Due to the weather not as many attended as usual, but the covered dish supper was served and the evening was spent playing cards. Prizes went to Hazel Teeter and Jess Dugan—high; Donald Dugan and Elsie Dugan—low; and chair prize, to Marie O'Brien. [Woman's Club Program The Burt Woman's' Club met Monday evening, Feb. 14 with i Mrs R. H. 'Thompson, Mrs E. P Frederickson assisting hostess 'The theme of the program wa "Take Time to Dream, It Hitche m —i» soio — i Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus, Mr and Mrs Robert Angus and Bob Angus were Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Dittmer home. n by Joseph L>. reiveim<« M D was reviewed by Mari Bahnson. A film, "Highway b the Sea" was shown by Frank • - ...... -, ; • • • • • ' . > .. ^ . . . Honoring Mrs Charles Lappe n her birthday anniversary, Mr appe invited friends to their ome Tuesday evening. The time was -spent visiting, and playing W a"» fand lunch including two jirthday cakes, was served, ine akes were baked for the occa- ion by Mrs Bristow and Mrs Ulses. Guests were Mr and Mrs August Bernau Mr and Mrs Clyde Bristow, Mr and Mrs Vicor Youngwirth and Mr and Mrs Erwin Ulses of Burt and Mr and Mrs Harold Nejson of Lone Rock Mr and Mrs Morris Jansses with. Rev. Charles Nelson returned recently from Barren, Wis. where they had charge of reviva e. O. A. Class of the Me thodist Church will have a bake sale at the McMullen Store Sat urday afternoon, Feb. 26 Coffee and doughnuts will be sold. The talents of the Burt faculty and towns people have been combined to offer this community an OUR HOME LOAN PLAN ^•*^r»-*<r-ni 1 «a^q(?*^-"«wir^--/V'-/^ wr ' ^" .""^"^ This friendly association i« the place »o /nake your dreams of home ownership come true. Here, a helpful and experienced home loan adviser can work out the most economical and convenient financing plan for you. When you've decided on the home you'd like to buy or build, and have the down payment, come in and see us. "01" and FHA Loans our Specialty. HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION We Are Lining Up Our Early Spring Work - See Us Now For: 9 FENCE LINE GRADING • SURFACE DRAINAGE WORK 9 ALL TYPES CUSTOM WORK • CLEARING AND GRUBBING • GRADING • DRAGLINE • LANDSCAPING Algona Iowa We Will Gladly Furnish Free Estimates and Will Contract Gerber & Buseher Headquqrterj at New'Office Building on Highway 18 Nprth Ed fl e of Algonp p'hJno Bu«her 17 Office Phpne 1225 Phone Gerber 710-R Saving 6ay$ At DIAMOND'S SURPLUS • Genuine Army Ice Creepers 98c Men's Heavy Sweat Shirt Nylon Neck $1.49 ,/ Corduroy SPORT SHIRTS Actual $5.00 Values! $2.44 Work Shoe Special . at this Price. Molded Backs Stom Welts — jizes_6_to_12 Men's Dress Not All Sizes Left —Bui Wear a 42. 44 or 4K* These Are a Steal ——•--— £ '• Men's Tanker Jackets OUT THEY GOi Regular $9.00 Jacket Values of Colors. Sizes 36 to 46 Flannelir-Gabs—Nylons Sjfwni. »««»••••»—. ~ ~/ '^^ SHIRT RIOT .—$1.77 MEN'S BROADCLOTH SHORTS ..... 3for$l Doys «»»• >!•»"•-- SURCOATS 2-8 2-18 1-20 Rubtiftriied. 1»A!NT cioseout. Special! Canvas Work Gloves 6Prs,$l • Reg. '29c Pair Next To Smoke Shop DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE Where U Bot The Jacket The Right Price For The WgW §r Dealer In Algpha -"" P'l-nd you'., be satisfied 1 1953 PONTIAC 6, 2-dr., a good clean car, good tires and a one owner car, new license. $12 lO A buy at --------------- ..... ---------------- .- , 1952 PONTIAC 8 Chief. Dlx. 4-dr., two-tone, new tires This is clean inside and out, hydramatic $1243 dual range, transmission _ ...... --------- ....... v = ' 1952 PONTIAC 8 Dlx. Chief. 2-dr., good tires. This car is really clean, two-tone green, dual range hydramatic ----- ....... — ........ - 1950 PONTIAC 8 Chief. Dlx. 2-dr., a very nice running car and a lot of good trouble-free miles for some driver ------------------ ...... -------- 1949 PONTIAC 8 Club coupe, hydramatic, a nice car ------- 1954 CHEVROLET 2 dr., like new and low mileage, good tires, pnc uv/ner ------ 1952 FORD custom 4-dr., a good car and a good buy 1946 FORD 4-dr., a good running car 1946 FORD 4-dr., a lot of good miles on this one — 1948 KAISER 4-dr., runs good and is good, A buy at 1947 PLYMOUTH 2-dr., a good running car 1947 DE SOTO custom 4-dr,, WHAT A BUY Liberal Allowances On Trade-in* Algona Ii ™B^^ Phone 52 , 1407 Commercial St, FARMERS , , Phono Buscher 137-J Ott.ce Pnone n<=» •» — „.,.., ....uni, .. w . j»ui.uu^IUJM wii ju »>" lr - m ,,,.^.^^—==^^^ —iTSZT'^^r^ GRASS SEED NOW AT Algona Flour , \ ^^

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