The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1955 · Page 38
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1955
Page 38
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6-AFgeno (let.) Upper Des Moities Thurseloy, Sepf. 29, 1955 Rally Day At Lone Rock Held Last ; Ifiiida Srhnl!/. Mrs C. E. Nor! dine u;i\r thr It's.-. in. Lunch was ' .-'iTvccl in 1 :! MH'mliiTS. i''t with Mrs n>m :,iv.i Ml :• i iim ;i»i:-1 imi. Luci Ralph Sunday Lone BocJf — Ti,>!'v P.iv held Sundav. Si pi. Jfi. .,! Loiio R.n U Pi e-h'vH" MM c! with ojiiv!l:n_. o[ the foil,. new nti ichors by rradlr roll < i mtond"nt. Mrs Kotiald O-ri-- •enson: G.iil I.yr.n Abba-. .lo\Ann Kr.i('. Ken! MiMon M;u!l-on. .loan Leslie ll.immcrstroin. Jona- H;]"i:r; ll,i:n;V' 1'; •! VT ;,iiil M i>v Mr- Hali)' 1 l Mi-; : r.;-n K I aili Mr and \vis i.:i\'cn niner.-'li <>rn Airs ! ad clla •':!( nf \V.,in. v.l Sail •i P.lano!iard. Sandra l.r-o Knoll. Rick Leo Blanehard. ;> : ,l.--y i v nin:.: ,1! i '.e I- i :;;; ; Mi's !•'' e-.l G<-nrieh r'-'urm-d ip- '•• Sunday .,!!( >• vi-;iinj-r her son anil family. ! r.e I'd n,ird Gonnrh- at l!..n--ion. Tr\.. tor th',o>> \\ oi'k-- .M;-,: Don il:i;i,-k. Mis Kd lilan- i hard attoiii'.i-i 1 a ii lojihoii' 1 plant Barry Arthur I'm i" •>m> PnnM. Mars and Glinia Joan David KUL'» LT Walker P.W.O. Circles Lone Rook PW.O. circle? met Thursday ;ilterno,)ii ;it tlv following humes: K]i'.m>.>r rirrlc v.-it!: Mrs Marlyn Ransman and Mi.- Emi! Pei son ,,-MMHIL: The meeting opened \\itr. senpture liv Mrs Person and followed \\-it'h prayer by Mrs Bailsman. Lunrh was served to ten members and fight guests. Mrs Dennise I'riebe had charge of the lesson. Dorothy circle met with Mrs Thmxlav. Mr and Mrs Hoy Bit r!o a IT- the piviid |ia!fii1s of a hnhy daughter horn M"iid.:iy. Sept. 'if), at St. Ann lio-nd.d m Alyona. She '•vem'H'ii !' Ibs. !) o/. and has neen named Susan Kav. Mr and Mr, L-e Fanke ,,| Hritl \yi-ro s'.Ui ,-' - !'•!' --uppC'l' Sundav at Mr and Mis George Kissnor and family. Mr and Mrs llm;h Marlciw ot Hurt spoilt Sunday in Dollivor at the Victor Whalen and O. P. Slow homes. Mr and Mrs Gerald Hadig. Mr and Mrs Louise Soost'barih. Karin Frederick Sfhultz with Mrs llul- Dwane and Sandra were L'.uest:- da Seliult/ assistin.u. Script tire ! lor dinner Sunday at the Anna was read by Mrs Fred'k Schul!/ All«. home in Titonka. and followed with prayer hy Mrs Fi idav afternoon guests at the Mil'nn Mor'ison home were Mrs llarlev Leonardson and family of Jackson, Mich., Mrs Rontlld Christonson and Jc'an Both an(1 Mrs Dale Schrooder and Susan. Mi- and Mrs Warren Thomp: on and family called Sunday afternoon on the Walter Thompsons. Mr aiut Mrs A. C. Pavik of Armstrong wore supper guests there and evening callers were Mr and Mrs Jons Madison. ! ('.illois last week at the Wal; lace MoArthur home were Mi' ! and Mrs Noah Gates of Alden, 111.: i Mr and Mrs Robert Dulton of I Grand Rapids. Minn.: Mrs Ethel '' \Valk<T of Lake Park. la.; Mrs hamcs Horton of Ida Grove: and ill - Nellie Miller of Wykoff, ! Minn. I Mrs Harloy Leonardson, Billy j and Gail of Jackson. Mich, were dinnr-r sun-sts Tuesday and spent tin- day visiting at the P. M. C'hristonson home. Mr and Mrs Everett Ganle and Mr and Mrs Martin Larson of | DiTurah, la. are hero visiting at I ihe Ait Priebe and Morton Larson i homes. I Mrs Grace Ramus of Algona I i> visiting her son and family, tin 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 patents, the T. K. Lewis at Oskaloosa this week. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Tun, Dobra and Gary of Ottoscn, Mr and Mrs Jess Blanchard, Jr., Mollie. Jill and Cynthia were .-upper guests Sunday at the parental. Maude Blanchard home on ' Tim's birthday. Dedication For Lakota School Lakota—The Lakota Consolidated school was dedicated 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 and Mrs R. W. Williams of Estherville were supper guests Saturday evening at 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. 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 e Open Saturday N T/" 1 TJT'CJ llr H10 UNTIL 9:30 P. M. For The Shopping Convenience of Our Customers SHOP AND SAVE With These Every-Day Low Prices ORANGE SLICES 2 Pound Bag C j Ladies RAYON PANTIES j Nylon Trim — Assorted Colors i Small, Medium, Large KIDDIE BOXER LONGIE BLUE DENIM Size 3-4-5 790 LADIES S-T-R-E-T-C-H-Y NYLON HOSE 98c Value — Special Price 700 SILICONE IRONING BOARD COVER & PAD 149 set DISH PAN White Enamel Oval Shape 69° 50c SCHOOL FILLER PAD Fits 2 or 3 Hole Binder Wide Line This Weekend Price DOLL 16 Inch Saran Hair — Vinyl Body Beautiful Dress — 3,98 Value only WORK GLOVES Brown Knit Wrist P air LANGMACK VARIETY BEN FRANKLIN S . Quinn. Sunday rUnner gur?l? at Iho Quinn home included Don fvfmlow and Virginia. Mrs Harley Leonardson and Will Christenson were guests Friday evening at P. M. Chris- lenson home. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey and family were guests for dinnci Sumlay in Woden at the Harry Quinn home. Diane spent the wui'kend fit the home, she is attending nurses 1 mining at Marshalltown, la. Mrs Harley. Leonardson and family of Jackson, Mich, have been visiting at the Ronald and Will Christenson homes since last Monday. Mr and Mrs Tom Clayton of Armstrong were supper guests Sunday at the Dave Webber home. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus and family were dinner guests Sunday in Curlew at the home of his sister and family, the Bluinc- Drnwns. Mr and Mrs Newton Heiter of Algona visited Sunday afternoon with W. C. Heiter. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow visited the Clair Bellingers Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Alfred Sennit?, of Ottosen were dinner guests Sunday at the Hulda Schulb. home. 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 guests. Mr and Mrs Jack Jones and family of Cedar Falls were weekend guests at the Clarence Martin home. Mr and Mrs Ted Fitch and family of Algona were Sunday afternoon callers at the Walter Dacken home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Martin and family visited Monday evening at the Frank Dreyer home. Mrs Bertha Rossisin of Fenton called at the Dreyer home Friday afternoon. Mr nnd Mrs Ed TToppp mid Roger of Fairmont Visited Sunday at the Art Persons home. Mr and Mrs Ornie Behrends, Mrs Eugene Pruitt and David visited Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs Orie Hurlburt at FenIon. Friday evening guests at the Ornie Behrends home were Mrs Dennise Priebe, Norma Bierle, Mrs Merwin Marknv, Mrs Faber Dugan and girls of Ft. Dodge. Mr and Mrs Henry Sehroeder, Mr and Mrs Dale Sehroeder and Susan. Mrs Kate Sehroeder and Art of Fenton; Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman of Algona; Mr and Mrs Ervin Klatt of Ringst«d; Mrs Harry Schmeling and boys of Whittemore were guests Sunday at Moville. la. at the Lavernc Sehroeder home. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger and TCermef, Mr nnd Mrs FrPdnrirk Schultz and Dawn, Mrs Hulda Sennit?: and Mr and Mrs Alex Krueger attended a shower in Fairmont Sunday honoring Mrs Theo. Krueger at the Clarence Theesfield home. Mrs P. M. Chrislenson, Mrs Ronald Christenson, Mrs Harley I,eon;irdson and family called on Mrs Henry Manus at Burt, Friday. ON YOUR TRACTOR WIRES *• A.OUT l/ 2 NEW TIRE PRICI CALL US FOR nuasi *-•*-• WHIN YOU' BRADLEY BROS. No Excise Tax . . . No Charge for Installation 6.00-16 EXCHANGI If your old tiret are recappable J!".is ALSO REDUCED! 2 for — EXCHANGE - If your old tires are recappable SUPER CHAMPION EW TREADS (APPLIED ON SOUND TIRE BODIES OR ON YOUR OWN TIRES) AS NE W F "»ESTONE TIRES SAME TREAD DESIGN AS NEW TIRES SAME HIGH QUALITY MATERIALS AS USED IN NEW TIRES SAME TREAD DEPTH AS NEW TIRES SAME TREAD WIDTH AS NEW TIRES EASY BUDGET TERMS...AS LITTLE AS 75* A WEEK BIGGEgrrtRE BARGAIN EVER OFFER&P *» f i « f <'y *' " 19SS DELUXE CHAMPION NEW TREAD THE TREAD DESIGN THAT IS l$t CHOICE ON AMERICANS FINEST 19S5 CARS . ."„ Phone 714 Bradley Bros. Algona

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