The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1955 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1955
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6~Algono (let.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Sept. 29, 1955 Rally Day At Lone Rock Held Last Sunday Lone Rock — Rally Day was held Sunday, Sept. 25, at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church with enrolling of the following new members b*y cradle roll superintendent, Mrs Ronald Christenson: Gail Lynn Abbas, Joy Ann Kraft, Kent Milton Madison, Joan Leslie Hnmmerstrom, Jonathan Michael Blanchard, Sandra Lee Knoll, Rick Lee Blanchard, Barry Arthur Priebe, David Eugene Pruitt, Marsha Lee Walker and Gloria Jean Abbas. P.W.O. Circles Lone Rock P.W.O. circles met Thursday afternoon at .the following homes: Eleanor circle with Mrs Marlyn Bailsman and Mrs Emil Person assisting. The meeting opened with scripture by Mrs Person and followed with prayer by Mrs Bausman. Lunch was served to ten members and eight guests. Mrs Dennjse Priebe had charge of the lesson. Dorothy circle met with Mrs Frederick Schultz with Mrs Hulda Schultz assisting. Scripture was read by Mrs Fred'k Schultz and followed with prayer by Mrs Hulda Schultz, Mrs C. B. Nordine gave the lesson. Lunch was served'to 12 members. Lucille circle met with Mrs Ralph Hnmnierstrom and Mrs SHtna Hamm'-M-strom assisting. Prayer and scripture was given by Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom. Mrs Herman Kramer had charge of (lie lesson. Lunch was served to nine members. Mr and Mrs Ralph Richard? and sons of Rolfe called Wednesday evening at the Floyd Salisbury home. Mrs Fred Genrich returned Sunday after visiting her son mid family, the Bernard Genvk-hs ut Houston. Tex., for three weeks. Mr-s Don Hatick, Mrs &d Blanchard attended a telephone plant and traffic meeting at I..i>Mar.« Thursday. Mr and Mrs Roy Bierle are the proud parents of a baby daughter born Monday. Sept. 19. at St. Arm hospital in . Algona. She weighed 9 Ibs. 9 m. and has been named Susan Kay. Mr and Mrs Lee Fanke of Brut were guests for supper Sunday evening nt the Henry Kueck TlT and Mrs George Kissner and family. Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow of Hurt spent Sunday in Dolliver at the Victor Whalen and O. P. Stow homes. Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig, Mr and Mrs Louise Seegebarth, Karin Dwane and Sandra were guests for dinner Sunday at the Anna Alke home in Titonka. Friday afternoon guests at the Milton Madison home were Mrs Harley Leonardson and family of Jacksbrt, Mich., Mrs Ronald Christenson and Jean Beth and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan. Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson and family culled Sunday afternoon on the Walter Thompsons. Mr and Mrs A. C. Pavik of Armstrong were supper guests there mid evening callers were Mr and Mrs Jons Madison. Callers last week at the Wallace Mi-Arthur home were Miami Mrs Noah Gates of Alden, 111.: Mr and Mrs Robert Button of Grand Rapids. Minn.: Mrs Ethel Walker of Lake Park, la.: Mrs Frances Horton of Ida Grove: and Mrs Nellie Miller of Wykoff, Minn. „.,, Mrs Harley Leonardson, Billy and Gail of Jackson, Mich, were dinner guests Tuesday and spent the day visiting at the P. AI. Christenson home. Mr and Mrs Everett Ganle ana Mr and Mrs Martin Larson of Derorah. In. are here visiting at the Art Priebe and Merton-Larson 10 Mrs Grace Ramus of Algona is visiting her son and family, the Lea Ramus. Mr and Mrs Lyle Meyer and Pat were Sunday evening supper guests at the Jim Larson home. Mrs W. G. Flaig is visiting her parents, the T. E. Lewis at Oskaloosa this week. Mr, and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Tim, Debra and Gary of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs Jess Blanchard, Jr., Mollie, Jill and Cynthia were supper guests Sunday at the parental, Maude Blanchard home on Tim's birthday Dedication For Lakota School Lakc-la—The Lakota Consolidated school wastaedicated in a special program Tuesday, Sept. 20 at 8 p.m. Dr. H. H. Murray accepted the building and the speaker was County Superintendent of Schools A. M. Quintard of Algona. Special music was provided by the school band and the glee club. Open house gave the 400 guests opportunity to inspect the building. Lunch was served by the freshman girls in the hot lunch room. Mr Jvnd Mrs R. W. Williams of Estherville were supper guests Saturday evening nt the Leslie Johnson home. Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton entertained Sunday as supper guests, Mr and Mrs Walter Jackson of Marinette, Wis.; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Jackson and Michael, Mr N. L. Cotton and Angus Cotton. _. . 4 Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer and family spent Sunday afternoon in Armstrong visiting her folks, the Martin Peterson. Mrs Harley Leonardson and Billy and Gail, Mrs Louise Godden and Will Christenson visited Sunday at Charles Morris. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and girls were guests Friday evening at the home of Mrs Ed Kressin in honor of her birthday. Barbara Quinn, student at Ames, spent the weekend at the home of her parents, the Jack LANGMACK VARIETY BEN FRANKLIN Will Be Open Friday & Saturday UNTIL 9:30 P. M. For The Shopping Convenience of Our Customers SHOP AND SAVE •^i^ ^ ™ -^^^ — With These Every-Day Low Prices ORANGE SLICES 2 Pound Bag KIDDIE BOXER LONGIE BLUE DENIM Size 3-4-5 79= Ladies RAYON PANTIES Nylon Trim — Assorted Colors Small, Medium, Large 390 LADIES S-T-R-E-T-C-H-Y NYLON HOSE 98c Value — Special Price 79' 50c SCHOOL FILLER PAD Fits 2 or 3 Hole Binder Wide Line This Weekend Price 340 SILICONS IRONING BOARD COVER & PAD 149 set DISH PAN White Enamel Oval Shape 69° DOLL 16 Inch Saran Hair — Vinyl Body Beautiful Dress — 3.98 Value only WORK GLOVES Brown Knit Wrist 25 c P air LANGMACK VARIETY BEN FRANKLIN Quitin. Sunday dinner guests at the Quinn home included Don Marlow and Virginia. Mrs Hflrley .Leonardson aftd. Will Christenson were guests Friday evenihg at P. M. Chris- Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey and family were, guests for dinnet Sunday in Woden at the Harry Quinn home. Diane , spent the weekend at the home, she is attending nurses training at Mar- shalltowtt, la. Mrs Harley Leonardson and family of Jackson, Mich, have been visiting at the Ronald and Will Christenson-homes since last on Mr and Mrs Tom Clayton of Armstrong were supper guests Sunday at the Dave Webber Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus and family were dinner -guests Sunday in Curlew at the home of his sister and family, the Blame Drowns. __. .. •, Mr and Mrs Newton Heiter of Algona visited Sunday afternoon with W. C. Heiter. Mr and Mrs Owen Berho^ visited the Clair Bollingers Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz of Ottosen were dinner guests Sunday at the Hulda Schultz, Mr' and Mrs James Walker, Algona, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy were dinner and supper guests Sunday at the Rose Kraft home. Mr and Mrs Adolph Pertl of Fenton were afternoon callers and supper Mr and Mrs fi Roger of Fairmont . day at the Art Persons home.,, Mr and Mrs, Ornie Behrtends, Mrs Eugene Pruitt and David visited Sunday afternocin with Mr and Mrs Orie Hurlburt at Fe Frid n ay evening guests at the Ornie Behrends home were Mrs Dennise Priebe Norma Bierle Mrs Merwin Marlow, Mrs Faber Oiigaft «Hd gMs of Ft. Mr afld. .Mrs Henry Schroeder Mf aM Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan, Mrs Kate sahroeder and Art oi Ftntori; Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman of Algona; Mr MdI Mrs Ervifl Klatt of Ringsted; Mrs Harry Schmeling and boys of Whittertiore were guests Sunday at MoviMe, la. at the Laverne Schroeder home. t Mr and Mrs A. A, Krueger and Kermet, Mr and Mrs>/<'ed£''ek , Schultz and Dawn, Mrs Hu da SdhuM- and Mr and Mrs Alex Krueger attended a shower m Fairhiotit Sunday honoring Mrs Theo.' Krueger at the Clarence Theesfield home, • Mrs P. M. Christenson, Mrs Ronald Christenson, Mrs Harley Leonnrdsori and family called on Mrs Henry Manus at Hurt, Friday. Mr and Mrs Jack' Jones and family of Cedar Falls were weekend guests at the Clarence Martin home. Mr and Mrs Ted Fitch and fam- y of Algona were Sunday fternoon callers at the Walter Dacken home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Martin nd family visited Monday even- ng at the Frank Dreyer home. rfrs Bertha Rossisin of Fenton ailed at the Dreyer home Fri- ay afternoon ON YOUR TRACTOR'TIRES * ABOUT l/ 2 NEW TIRE t Buy BRADLEY BROS. ^^^^^ m ^m*^^*-——~——~ l ~~ mml ~ 1 !^ and Save 6.00-T6 EXCHANGE No Excise Tax . . . 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