The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1955 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1955
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occ Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs John Thilgcs will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 18, by having open house from 2 to 4 p.m. at St. Pnter and Paul's parish hall, West Bend. All friends and relatives are invited to come- but not to bring gifts. Algona Girl Weds Betty Jane, daughter of Mi and Mrs LcRoy Nichols of Al fiona, became the bride of Robert I./?Roy Aden, son of Mr and Mn Edward J. Aden, on Sept 11 Rev. Charles W. Kimbrel! of. ficiated at the 2:30 p.m. ceremony held in the Methodist Parsonage in Jollcy. The bride wore a suit of periwinkle blue with matching accessories and a white orchir corsage. Ark-no Aden, sister of th( bridegroom, was maid of honor She wore a powder blue suit with navy blue accessories and a corsage of white carnations. Pau 1 Hallberg of Palmer was best man Following the ceremony a wed- 'ling supper was held at Tony's Restaurant in Fort Dodge. Aftei a wedding trip the couple wil 1 reside on a farm southwest ot Palmer. School For Leaders There will bo two more s°s- MOIIS of instruction for women who ;.re interested in becominn leaders of Girl Scout troops. The meo!mi»> will b« helH Sent. M -"irt Sept. 15 from 7 to 9 p.m. in tho 1 >cal Methodist church. Many more learicTs arf needled. C'ontac! Mrs Robert l.aBarre for further p;n-ticulars. A leader's meeting will be held Sept. 19 at !! p :n ,n ihf rooms back uf the LaBanc Insurance offices. Mrs James Keilp has been appointed new president uf the leader's group Crippled Children's Clinic which the Auxiliary sponsored at St. Ann hospital. The eichth district conference will be at Fort Dodge on Sept. 29. Birlhday Parly Mr and Mrs pick Allen enter tained at an informal family narty Tuesday evening in honoi if the first birthday of their daughter, Sandra. Guests were the grandparents, Mr and Mrs Fred r.nbkin and sons, Richard and Wayne of Burt, and Mr and Mr« lames Allen, Mrs Nellie Van •Mien. Mrs Esthor Benson and Mr •nd Mrs Francis Fitzgerald. The •veiling was spent at games and •efreshments were served. Store Personnel Picnic The personnel of the Christen•en store had a picnic Tuesda.v •veiling at the Ambrose Caii State Park. Mrs Valentine Hostess Mrs Ralph Valentine entertained friends at an informal party Monday evening In attendance were Mrs James Allen. Mrs Ray Cook. Mrs Henry Douglas. Mrs Oolda Guderian, Mrs Louis Lynk, Mrs L-andf) Mishak. Mrs Ralph Morgan. Mrs Charles Murphy. Mrs Melvin Olson. Mrs Glen SI ravei'. Carol Erdman. and Diane Hoover. The evening was -pent socially. D.A.R. Luncheon Members of tlr> FXA.R m<>! Tuesday fur a one o'clock luncheon at Mrs llorten."!" 1 Ferguson's. This wa> Ihc fiist meeting of the season. The lesson was given by Mabel Paxson. ing the first birthday of her daughter Connie. Guests were Mrs Roger Anderson and Dean, Mis Dean Bjlyeu and David, Mrs Richard McGinnis and Suzanne, Mrs Gen". Faulstick, Barbara and Sandra, Mrs Tom Rich and Mrs Orville Lauch, Vonnie and Randy, Mrs Virgil Graue, Brencla and Kathy of Rake. Mrs Lars Johnson. Mrs Ole Graue and Linda Quame of Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Bilyeu also entertained at dinner Sunday, guests being Mr and Mrs Lars Johnson, Ronald and Carol, Mr and Mrs Arnold Quame of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs Alfred Bilyeu anel Sharon. Hosis To Facully Wives Mrs Robert Stephenson and Mrs Earl Lt-gler entertained the wives of the schools faculty at a coffee Thursday morning. The Stephensons home is on Potter's Heights, southwest of town. Presbyterian Circle Dii'' to sickness Mrs Robert, Stephenson was unable to entertain the Ruth circle of tho Presbyterian church Tuesday evening and it mot at Mrs Leon Martin's. Hostesses were Mrs Don Hemmingsen and Mrs James Potter. Mrs (). P,. Ilarmes gave the devotions. Th:'- piogram was arranged by Mrs Richard Burt. . I Coffee Parly Hosls 1 Mr and Mrs Leon Martin en- tertained Mr and Mrs Jason Loving, Mr and Mrs Robert King, Mr and Mrs Earl Legler, and Mr and Mrs Robert Stephenson at coffee Friday evening after the football game. Mr Loving is the now coach. Birthday Honors Mrs Matern observed a birthday Aug. 31 and all the children with the exception of Pal were here to celebrate the anniversary. They were Mrs L. J. Thursday, Sept. 15, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Oes Motn«-5 Doyle, of Wagner, S. D., Mr am; Mrs Michael Matern of Norwood, Minn.. Mi' and Mrs Hugh Matern of Stewartville. Minn., and Arleno Matern of Minneapolis, and the lespeetivo families. In Siani. houses are construct- Leases Koffee Kup Mrs I.ilhan Brodorson of Al- K'jna ha.- leased Hanson 1 '-; Koffee Kup effective today. Sept. 15. it v.-a.-. announced by Mr and Mr.-, Wavne Hanson who have operated with ofld numbers of Moors '•<! (he cafe the past year. Miami steps to insure good luck. [ and Mrs Hanson will spend about | a month traveling in the west IF IT'S »EWS WE WANT IT i and' .-<>uth visiting relatives. Homemakers Meclinq j Cresco Riverclale Humfmake.n j will be held at the- home of Mr- ! Douglas Wilelin Wednesday. Sept | 2\. The lesson will be "n taJX | on "safety" by M:.- Nygaard. I Marriage Announced Mr and Mrs John V. Hardgrove announce the marnag: 1 of their daughter, Kathiyn K !o ttn- bert Meine of Algona. They wen married a! Elk Point. S. D on Sunday, Aug. 7. ami the attendants were Dean L. Meine of Sioux City, Iowa, aiv.l Janu-- Mi-ine uf Algona. The newl\ weds are now iivir.s: .it Mankato, Minn whfTp Robert is employed at the Ford Motor Co. and kathryn i- a senior at the Mankato high Auxiliary Meeting The American Legion Auxili,ir\ ' met Sept. \'2 at th" Legion Hall. I Wm. Cl.iwsun and her divi- i harge of the lunch and Mi Mon had program. .Vlrs H. E. Lamnn^'r,! report'.c on the (k-p.ii tment c^nventiui heli.i in D(\s Moine-; in Augu>: Ml.- Theo Larsun repurted on tin Anniversary Honors Mr and Mr.- Richard McGinn!' en!"r!amcd a! dinner \Vedms- rl.-iv evening in honor of "tin: wod- diru! anniversaries «i Mrs Mc- GVinis' parents. Mr 'and Mrs Gilbert Harereaves. ami her uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs Ralph, El- hr-i't. The s»ns. Ron and Don F.lbf-rt. were also pie.- ^nt and tlu 1 dinner was also a farewell for them. Thev will return to (he;- respective colleges this week. Picnic Party M; and Mrs Fr-d Kuype: uf Garner and Mrs Kuyper's in"'.her. Mrs Katherine McEvoy. iii'i'Vi* to MiiCikiitci. Sunday, and were met there by her :-<m and -.1. '!,:!!('! -ii'.-'aw. Mr ,i|iil Mr Mau: i«.:e Mi'Evoy and family fo! a piriv.r at Sihiey park. Guests At Spencer , Dr. and Mrs N. J. Kclh-y and Mr and Mrs E. C McMahon attended she Clay County Fair a! Spencer Tuesday oven me ami u i'i •• ^uest> at tlie open lu use and buffet dinner Riven by tiie : Sp":ici'v plant food> company. 1 Bilyeus Arc Hosts Mrs Clayton l'.:!veu nave ;•• parly Saluiiiay allernonn hnni'i- Thii coupon It worth FIVE DOLLARS and "/,„ Toword the purchase of any Firestone bicycle at regular price without trade-in. Only one coupon accepted on a single purchase. S500 Void after October 15, 1955 $$00 iJR3&3SJSlJ!S^MJSMJSJ!SJffJi!^SS^3SJ^- £= BRADLEY BROS. A Word of Thanks To All our customers and friends who patronized us during our business association in Algona. It was a pleasure serving you and we hope you will continue to visit the Koffee Kup under the new management. HANSON'S KOFFEE KUP Mr and Mrs Wayne Hanson LOO 11 oz. LIBBEY SAFE-EDGE CRESTED TUMBLER with 6-PACK BLATZ CANS SI .04 ^BJUBJBJB^ 4^V ^^^P ^HW ^^^P ^^W ^^^P ^^^* ^^^E^^r Ready For You This Weekend At Consumers! SPECIAL BUY ! MRS. CLARK'S Grape Nuts 2 PILLSBURY ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX 2 PILLSBURY NEW Biownie Mix 2 f - 59 FOLGER'S COFFEE 3 Lb. Can SWIFT'S Chopped Beef HAMS SKINNED & DEFATTED BUTT OR SHANK PORTION CANS FOR PILLSBURY Flour 50 Lb. Bag 3.98 RED OR WHITE ' 25 LBS. FOR BRITT Bologna HOME-MADE PER RING 49 Braunschweiger By The Piece LB. ROAST LEAN & MEATY 33 c Ib Potatoes 69c CARNATION MIIK Kara 39c GIANT GIANT DREFT 5k VEL 59c ARMOUR'S SLAB BACON 39 Ib Ground Beef 3 Lbs. For 99 C Register for FREE Porch Hammock! Yes, folks, that's right! And not just a hammock, but it is one of those elaborate self-supporting jobs that stands on a solid tubular steel framework. Just register your name at CONSUMERS, no purchase necessary, and winner will be named Saturday at close of business. . Mrs Ernest Bormcmn, of Irvington, Was the Winner Last Week of the Borg Bathroom Scales CELLO LARGE STALK SEEDLESS We give GREtN STAMPS CONSUM SUPER MARK

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