The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1955 · Page 2
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'Algeria (la.) Upper Do* Molnes thursdoy, 3«pt. 1, 1955 leunions Held '•",-' -. • v > By Lone Rock Folks In Week Lone Rock—A family gather ing was held Sunday at the Dale Schrocder home. Those attending were Art Schroeder of Fenton; Mr and Mrs Ervin Klatt, Ringsted i Mr and Mrs Howard Low- mah, AJgona; Mr .and Mrs Harry Schmeling aftd family, Whitte- mote; Mr and Mrs Dean Meyer and family, Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Roy Chrischilles, Mr and Mrs Ronald ChrisehilleS and Eugene all of Fenton; Mr and Mrs Glenn Mino and family of Swea City; Mr and Mrs Gerald Weiner and family of Algona, Mr Henry Weiner of Burt; Mrs Emma Hurlburt and girls and Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Lone Rock. AI Radig picnic dinner was held Sunday at the Fenton Park. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig, Mr and Mrs Donald Radig and family, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Gross and family, Mr and Mrs Roy Bierla and family, Mf and Mrs Raymond Laabs ithd family all of Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt and family of Fenton; Mrs Matilda Kfessin and Mni'jorie of Almonte, Calif,; Helen Radig of Pasadena, Cnlif.; Mr and Mrs Herman R;iti;g and James of Br'ecklnridge, Minn. Mrs H. W. Mtiller of Cedar Rapids, In.; Dr. and Mrs Leroy Hendrickson and family of Armstrong; and Mr and Mrs Bob Fuerstenau and family. Weekend guests at the Ralph Bierstedt home Mr nnd Mrs Truman Overen and family of Postville, In.; Mr and Mrs Joe Bierle and family of Nevada, la.; Mr and Mrs Joe Koryn of Casel- town, New York; and Mr ana Mrs Russell Bierle of Los Angeles, Calif. Sunday a Bierle and Householder reunion was held at the. Legion Hall in Burt, Lone flock P.W.O. To Meet The Lone Rock P.W.O, will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the church parlors with hostesses Mesdames W. J. Cotton, Jesse Blanchnrd, Roger Jensen Fred Schultz and Mai'lyn Bailsman. Program will be in charge of Mrs Harlan Blanchard with lesson by Mrs Roy Jensen. Baptismal Dinner Baptismal services were held Sunday at St. John's Lutheran church at Depew for Kirsten Kay, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Dwane Habeger of Burt. Sponsors were, Mr and Mrs Dwar><2 Habeger, Mrs Peter Yeliek and Sanford Mitchell. Dinner guests at the Dwane Habeger home in honor of the occasion were Mr and Mrs Melfred Mitchell of Lone Rock; Mr nnd Mrs Fred Habeger of Burt, the grandparents, Mr nnd Mrs Peter Yeliek and family of Knlamazo'o, Mich.; Mr and Ms Dirk Furst of Humbold!; and Mrs Kenneth Sarchett and Roger Lee. Auxiliary Meets 7th The regular meeting of the Lone Rock Auxiliary will be Wednesday evening, Aug. 7, at the hall. The county president is expected to attend. Hostesses will be Mesdnmcs Raymond Bierle, Roy Jensen and Tina Jensen. Guests From Texas Sunday Mr and Mrs Wm Knoll entertained Mrs Don Ryn and family of Orange, Texas, sister of Mrs Knoll, Mr and Mrs Russell Jensen and family, Mr and Mrs A. L, Jackman of Ames at dinner. Mrs Ryn and family are spending this week with Mrs Knoll and Mrs Jensen. Idle Hour Club The Idle Hour club meet last Thursday with Mrs Harold Nelson and Mrs Myrtle Krause assisting. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs Fred Tlg^ ges. Next meeting will ^be with Mrs Fred Tigges find .Mrs Pauline Cody assisting. ,j», .; The Welfare fit-ps. antl Majt-; ine of Baricfoft called Wednesday at the Owen Berhow •, homa, Thursday .Mr and Mrs Adam Wilhelmi and son Claude, of El" more and Mrs F. X. Wilhelmi of Bancroft visited at the Berhows. Sunday Blanch Rotterman .of Cincinnati, Ohio; Veronica R61-. terman of Chicago Heights,, Ill.j' and Mrs W, M. Rotterman of El* more, visited at the Berhow home. Mr and Mrs J. M. Jensen Of Ringsted called Sunday afternoon at the P. M. Christenson home., Ed Dittmers of Bolga, S. D. and Watson Dittmer of Rookings, S. D. Visited over the weekend at the Wm, Schroder home. Mrs Amanda Pettit, Wm, Fischer, Bernard Pettit visited Rude Fischer at St. Ann hospital Sunday afternoon. They also called on Mr and Mrs G. A. Sharp. Bernard Pettit and B. Schmidt visited Rude Fischer Saturday evening. Sunday dinner guests at the Don Houck home were Mr and Mrs Murray Holmes and family of Riceville; Mr and Mrs Ray Schneider and Dick of Goldfield, la.; Mrs Lizzie Bailey, Iowa FaHs; and Mrs-A. Litz of Mason City. Max Flaig visited Wednesday in Belmond with his sister- anct family the Fred Iversons. ' •; Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig en-. T ... a picnic supper at their ,..Ffiday, Guests were Rev, Mrs A. W,S Schl^artdt aM Nathan of Mlneola, 1ft.; Mr and 'MrjSr.< John AlkS ol fcfikotd; Mrs) Anfta Alke, Mf 'and Mrs 'Bud 'Alke and family, Mf arid Mrs Qeorge Alke and family, Mr and Mfs-Leo Michaelson and family tllof Tltonka and Mr and Mr* LoflJ!* Seegebarth find family of 'Lone Rock. x Mr and Mrs John Newbrough arid family of Phoenix, Ariz, who ha|ve been ^visiting here, left f oi their home Friday. ;4-;Mr and Mrs Harold Farris and •farhlly M of Kenosha, Wis.; Mr and Mrs Ed' Farris were Visitors .Thursday evehirig at the Jack Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson of G6wrie spent" Stftiday at the parental ,: Charles Morris home. Carolyn and Janet who had spent the'week with their grandparents retximed home. ' ' ' ; Alex Radig, who is confined to home because of illness, is making, a speedy recovery. 'Mrs C. E. Nordine, Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs A. A. Krueger and Mrs Ronald Christenson attended the B&jStist Guild at Bancroft, Thursday afternoon. ' Mr and Mrs George Gollmer of M'arshall, Minn, came Friday to spend,a few days at the Henry Kueck home. Friday the Goll- triers were supper guests at the MfirVin Kueck home. Saturday and Sunday the Henry Kuecks and Mf and Mf* George Coll* met visited in' Des Wtoines with MelVin Kuecks aria EVerett Milttf ahd families. ' kr and Mrsi Wallace McArthtfr- vliit«( with Mr and Mrs Hdwtfl Wicmendahl Sunday evening. Mf an<rMrs Kenneth BolUnger and family called Sunday evening at the Clair Bellinger home. Rev. and Mrs Wilbur Sandford and family, Mrs E. A. Lee and family . were Saturday dinner guests at the Ronald Christensen hdm& Mr and Mrs A. AVKrUegCr and family were afternoon callers. Berton Retz of Manchester, la. came Saturday and visited, till Wednesday with the Milton Marlows arid Mrs ; Anna Marlow. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt, Margaret and Catherine, Mr and Mrs Merlyn Bauman of LuVerne attended Hobo Day at Britt. Sunday the Bierstedt family were dinner guests at the Bauman home in honoz* of their daughter, Donna's 1st birthday. Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordih« attended a wedding at Eagle Grove Saturday. Muriel Nordine returned home ^after visiting ah Albert City. Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton ana John returned home last week after spending three weeks at their cottage at Okoboji. Mr and MM Herman Madsen of Ringsted ..called on Mr and Mrs Andrew Anderson Sundav who are staying at the Andrew Thompson home. PICNIC Weekend a head CHEK ''".^;r .; fltt jfl^ ICE CREAN59 HALF GALLON CARTON (Limit I please') ^0 *V ' PLUMP TENDER SKINLESS FRANKS LB. JUST ONE GRADE-THE VERY BEST! GROUND QUANTITYR/0($S KKfRVEDL LB. TENDER, TASTY, ICE-PACKED Frying CHICKENS LB. U. S. NO. 1 WASHED POTATOES 10 «s. 25 CRISP STALKS GREEN PASCAL CELERY 17 JUICY, LUSCIOUS Red Malaga GRAPES 2 LBS. JUICY VALENCIA SUNKISV ORANGES DOZ. 29 Colorado EL BERTA Washington Bartlett PEACHES PEARS ARMOUR'S * SHANKLESS SKINLESS HAMS WHOLE HAM, BUTT END OR STRING END, LB. WOLFF'i THROWN QUEEN OLIVES, NO. to GLASS., .< WOLFF'S M/ONZANtLLA ""** STUFFED OLIVES- PI K-MtK POTATO WILSON'S "81 F" CfNNPpCD wKw.M-etCAN* RFED'S ANISf^BUrTERSCOTCHt ROOT BEER SQUARES, "•^••••i *• • —• UN • PEPFFST QUART JAR DILL PICKLES "*&$ Special f*K£ GOOD THRU S£PT. «//» CAfiui> SUM-H-AID ^M, | A5STD FLAVORS |0P^ W^_' FINEST PICKLE-PIMENTO LOAF SPICED LUNCH LOAF L> FLAV-R-PAC FRESH - FROZEN LEMONADE A 6M CONCENTRATE g_ Cans CAN MAKES FULL QUART M * SAL AD/BOWL *H. **.! «• •* MtEISIN* PARDDOG FOOD 7-1 Lb. Cans $1.00 SCOTTS POTATO CHIPS Large 1 Ib. Bag 39c Exciting Week-End BALCONY FEATURE ^ aiid, dfotsl sweaters Classics by Nan Dorsey and Lampl! Also New Italian-Inspired Novelties Plenty of sweaters is what every woman wants from now on . . ..and you'll surely want several when you see Graham's new collection of hi- bulk Orlons by Nan Dorsey and Lampl. Besides the classics in their brand-new color tones, you'll love the new Italian-inspired novelty slylings. Sizes 34 to 46 in many beautiful colors. TO 5.98 louses A Wonderful Shipment Just Unpacked From Famous "SHIP N' SHORE" Those wonderful, wonderful Ship N' Shores! ... all new for fall '55. Classic Short and long - sleeved shirts in snowy white and solid pastels and high shades . . . plus wonderful new novelty siylings in unusual patterns, stripes, plaids. Sixes 30 to 4o. A "must" in every lady's wardrobe now) AND 3,98 Skirts To Mix and Match I Choose a Wardrobe of Them Here Sverylhing from pencil slims to lull 3ore<J styles in a host of brand-new fabrics and smart colorings. Choose from sheen gabardines, corduroys in jlowing nawssason shades, cathedral toned flannels, or the vibrant new fall twe«ds and novelties. Also skirU dyed to match sweater colors. TO 8.98

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