The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 33
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 33

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
Page 33
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AROUND ALGONA . . Mrs Milch Tnylor onierlaincd her sewing club Tuesday atter- noon fit her hurnc. -—(>--The East Fork chapter of the Izaak Walton League meets IhN evening (Thursday) at the National Guard Armory. —o— Several young married couples have formed a soual dancing class and meet every week at the K. C. Hall. Mrs Helen French is instructor anvi the second meeting will be held Kridav evening. . Mr and Mrs AllAA Buchan*ri lind as their guest over the weekend,, Mrs Buchanan's mother, Mrs Karl Wiuff of Atlantic. —o— Mrs Charles Simmons entertain* ed her bridge club Thursday evening at her home. Prizes were received by Mrs Rex Voyle.s and Mrs Dick Post. The ladies of Si. Cecelia's Catholic church arc serving their monthly luncheon today, (Thursday). Mrs Jim Vipond and Mrs Loren Courtney are in charge. M* and Mrs Beecher Lane spent SundM afJ Fort Dodge where they attended a meeting. *""" 0 • •"™ Mrs Don Sherman has been assisting at Fowler's Beauty Shop during the illness of one of the operators. Mr and Mrs Vefn Praii of Wesi Union were Sunday visitors of Mrs Clara Pratt. The ladies are sisters and Mr Pratt is a brother of the late Dennis Pratt. —o— Colleen, daughter of Charles Lawson, returned to school Monday after being absent for several weeks because of a fractured leg. She will be on crutches foi about a month longer. Floyd Foss and son, Hugh of Lemmon, S. D. were recent callers here at the home of Mrs Clara Pratt. Mr and Mrs Tom Sawyer and sons Jeff and Tom of Des Moines spefit the weekend here as guests of Mr and Mrs Howard Stillman. Mr and Mrs Tom Halpin and sons, Mike and Denny of B'">no spent the weekend here with Mr Halpin's mother, Mrs Leota Halpin. Mr and Mrs Bryan Asa and Mr and Mrs Clint Lighter entertained at a fish fry Satu:<!ay evening at the Asa home in hon- or of Mr and Mrs Max Miller who are visiting here from Davenport. Guests were members of a 500 club when the Millers lived here. Mr and Mrs Max Miller who are visiting here from Davenport, spent Sunday at Cherokee with Mr Miller's brother and sister-in- law. Mr and Mrs A. H. Miller. They were at Faiunetsburg on Monday visiting friends. —o— Mrs Dwight D. Andrews arrived here Tuesday from her home in Albuquerque, N. M. She is the houseguest of Mrs H. W. Pleteh. The Andrews are former AJgonans and Dr. Andrews has a clinic in Albuquerque. Mrs Elmer Cook and her mother. Mrs Anna Nelson, spent from Friday through Sunday at Cedar _Falls and Waterloo. They visited" Mrs Nelson's brother, A. Smith and Mr and Mrs Clarence Larson who are former Hurt residents. They also attended the Dairy Cattle Congress. . —o— The Eight Specs Card Club had dinner at Van's Cafe Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs George Stewart, a former member who is visiting here from Phoenix, Ariz. Other guests were Mrs Goldie Guflerian and Mrs Lester Johnson. Following the dinner the group went to the home of Mrs Clara Pratt for cards. Mr and Mrs Bob Lee and daughters. Susanne and Virginia spent a recent Sunday here with Mr and Mrs B. G. Hofcornb. Thf-y were accompanied by Mr Lee's mother, Mrs Osa Lee who' was visiting them. The Lee's are former AJgonans, now of Minneapolis. —-O-.The Men's Club of the Presbyterian church will hold it- Father and Son banquet Tuesday evening. Oct. 11 at the ehurr-h. Rev. Gene Siekman. assistant to the president of Dubuque University will be the guest speaker and the ladies of the chmeh will serve the meal. Algorm (la.) Thursday, Mdin«i-S ietobe'f 6, Sif.-ma I'hi entefTained at a dift- i mr Cor prospottive members j evening at the Johnson i House.' Xi Xi. Exemplar chap| ter assisted. Court Whist was i piayv-H with Mrs Lyle Anderson i Mid Mrs Jerome Hardgrove r<*- |f..-:ving the pri/.es. Mrs Jerry I AIcKean in Rush Captain and the I next event is a. model meeting j next Tuesday evening at the Alano Club. Alpha Psi chapter Beta Pat Sullivan who is attending Mankatu State Teachers College, spent the weekend at the home i,i his parents, Mr and Mrs J. F. Sullivan. »5S«38R»«S»¥^^ Muuce flletts FRESH-CAUGHT WALLEYE PIKE LEAN TENDER STEAKS PY-O-MY LEMON ICE BOX DESSERT Re9 Pkgs. VAN CAMP'S PORK and BEANS BEEF ROAST JIFFY Round • or Sirloin PIE CRUST MIX NATIVE BEEF QUARTERS Fronts-29c Hinds -35c NOT BABY BEEF No Charge for Cutting or Wrapping CHERRY PIE MIX LIBBY'S SWIFT'S PREMIUM SLICED BACON H. & G. ITING F!SH 10 LB. BOX SELECT LB. FRESH LB. PORK HOCKS....... Ik SWIFT'S PREMIUM 6-8 LB. AVE. JR. TURKEYS 59c 1 LB. CELLO ROLL PORK SAUSAGE TASTEGOOD 2 LB. BOX CHEESE FOOD...... 59c FRUIT COCKTAIL LIBBY'S PEACHES ....2 No. ft Cans tic No 1V-L Cans CURTISS fttarshmcillows BAGS 10 OZ. KING NUT 59C DUNCAN NINES CAKE \ PREMIUM CRACKERS LUNCHEON MEAT TEMT... WHOLE KERNEL CORN BLETS.J LIPTON'S BLACK Pkg. PET MILK...2 FOR WHITER WASHES With Coupon GIANT PKG. LIQUID DETERGENT FOR DISHES JOY Reg. Bottles PLASTIC STARCH Gosstex GOOCH'S BEST MACARONI 1 Lb. Cello 19C GOOCH'S BEST NOODLES 8 oz. Cello GERBER'S BABY FOODS 6 Reg. Cans 49* QUAKER OATMEAL MA BROWN '' mr n^d?2p CHERRY - BLACKBERRY - RED RTAS.PBEERY 12 OZ. JARS COBBLER 10LB. BAG WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SEEDLESS RAISINS 29c 1 LB. BAG

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