The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1955 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

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May 12,19,55 May 12,1955 AROUND ALGONA Mrs Eva Potter entertained her Mrs • James kelso enieriained sewing club noon. on Tuesday after- The Eighi Specs Card Club met H last Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Hugh Post. Mrs ,W. Ji Sigsbee received the high score prize, Mrs Clara Pratt, the travel prize and Mrs John .Dutton the low" score prize. her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. . • .•..<,.-• Mr arid Mrs fed Vera; Mrs Arthur Wiese, Mr and Mrs Llbyd Pratt and, Mr and Mrs hay Cook were among those attendihg the Guy Lombardb' concert at. Spencer last week on Wednesday evening. . > .,..-•. Mrs Clair Thbtnas was hostess to hef bridge club last Thursday evening. Mrs P. M. Holt was a gUestr High score prizes Were received by Mrs R. W, Waller and Mrs Charles Simmons. The Bryant School kindergar ten 'children have invited their parents to programs on Friday, May 13. The morning groups program starts at 10:15 and" the afternoon group's at 2:15. Mrs Ruth McVay is the teacher and a musical playlet will be part of the program. ..•••• Our Sincere Best. Wishes To' The"' Graduates 'of 1955 At Algorid Arid Throughout Kossuth Cdunty 1 : . :',"• • ; \ Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt and Bob and John of Fairmont, Mirin,, were Mother's Day visitors of Mrs Clara Pratt and, Mrs Milton Dahl. Mrs Isabella Dahl's first grade at Bryant school presented a program for their parents Wednesday afternoon. ' Mr and Mrs Russell Rents and children spent Sunday ev^n- ing at Britt where they were guests of Mr and Mrs Leo Sarikey. Mrs, James Kelso is entertaining her birthday club this afternoon, (Thursday) at her home. The anniversary being celebrated is that of Mrs W. J. Sigsbee, The executive board of the Girl Scout committee met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Retf, Taylor. Plans were made for |the\ annual..Day Camp ,to be held June 14, 15 and 16. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt and.* three sons were at Indianola S day attending a Mother's Da'y din-> ner given by Mrs Pratt's brother and sister-in-law, Mr .and Mrs Dean Iverson. Also in attendance were the parents, Mr and Mrs Pi' M..McGahey of Victor and another brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs" Bob Edelen of Indianola. 7955 Grant Sen/or Class KWBffHRffM WNU •' /. '. TA£ltMV SVLVfSTEfl, AffAWW Mrs,J. P. Smith and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee plan to join a 'group at tfumboldt to go by chartered bus to Pella for the Tulip Festival on Saturday. . Mr and Mrs Clair Thomas and son, Rand spent a recent weekend at Lansing where they were guests of Mr Thomas' brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Charles Smith. Mr and Mrs A. J. Ricklefs and children were at Titonka Sunday they were supper guests of Mr ,Ricklef's parents, Mr and Mrs Bill Ricklefs. Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian church met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Glen Jones. Mrs M. H. Brower and Mrs Charles Hardgrove were assisting hostesses. The program was given by the Rev. M. H. Brower. The Big Six birthday club will meet for a potluck luncheon Friday at the home of Mrs Ed Blum- cr. The birthday being celebrated' is Mrs W. J, Sigsbce's. A. J. Ricklefs spent Thursday and Friday of last week in Lincoln, Neb., where he went on business. He was accompanied by Dale Anderson of Storm Lake. Mrs Alfred Schuliz has been released from St. Ann hospital and is now at home. Mrs Fred Wegener is assisting in her care. Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey .had as their weekend guests, Mrs Muckey's parents, Mr and Mrs J. A. Blinkman of Shakopee, Minn. Mr and Mrs Elmer Cook had as their guests Saturday evening, Mr and Mrs Clarence Larson oj Waterloo and Leland F. Lelantl of Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs John Zalaznik and Mr and Mrs Elmer Cook went to DCS Moines Thursday evening to attend a performance of, "The Pajama Game." CORRECTION It was slated last week that Steve Huber had been an applicant for the position of A.S.C. office manager for Kossulh county. This was an error; Mr Hubcr was hot an applicant for the position. Sunday guests at the Bernard and Charles, Phelps home were Mrs Kate Annis and daughter Ruth and Mrs Inez Wolf, all of Algona and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phelps of Titonka. The nicest way to say congratulations to your graduate is with a CASTING gift! Make the graduate doubly prpud and happy with a gift of quality and distinction from the many at- trpctive selections you'll find at ZENDER'S. I P Clothing For Men And Boys Where Quality Is Inexpensive Meat Type Hogs /&/ mnm ' ' BH^^ RY FRIDAY •-••'••'•'»&.?-•». ">.-i •- r Many Poik Raisers Know — and more are realizing every day that "Meat Type Hogs" bring better returns and that Western Buyers is their best market. i* if! 1 CALL US THURSDAYS - WE'LL COME TO YOUR FARM, TELL YOU YOUR AMOUNT OF PREMIUM, - - To be delivered FRIDAY. Phone107 WESTERN BUYERS MEAT TYPE We Deal With Over 200 Packers And Ship To The Best Market! CONTACT US FOR PRICES FRIDAY IS M-DAY PREMIUM PRICES $ SEE US FIRST PHONI 107 ALGONA, IOWA "^^.• j ' : '~.".#^^

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