The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1955 · Page 5
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Big Mason City Party To Be Host Monday c. of c, Unit TO Sponsor Dinner And Program Here The Manufacturers and Wholesalers division of the Mason City Chamber of Commerce will cn"- terlain their customers and friends from the Algona neighborhood at dinner in the V.FWV. hall at Algona, Monday evening, Oct. 17, 1955. Edward McFaul of Chicago will be the principal speaker. Twenty-five or more Mason City firms will be hosts, it was announced by N. J. "Nobby" More-land, chairman of the committee. Customer owners or managers and their wives will be invited from the following communities: Algona, Bancroft. Bode. Burt, Cylinder, Depew, Fenton. Irvinfiton. Livermorc. Lone Rock, Lolls Creek, LuVerne. Oltosen, Rmgsted, Rodman, St. Joe, Seneca, Sexton, Titonka, Wesley, West bend and Whiltemmc. McFaul, featured speaker of the evening, devotes all his time to the lecture field. He has gained u reputation as one of the nation's outstanding speakers. Ho can best be described as a "serious-humorist." lie has made over 3.000 talks to radio and live audience groups. Other features of the evening will include brief words of welcome from the Mayor Richardson of Algona and Herb Hcdlund, president of the Algnna Chamber of Commerecr, the intioduction of the hosts by name and of the guests by communities. Ralph Geern, Mason City pianist-entertainer, will be along for dinner music. The Mason City host firms now listed include the American Crystal Sugar company, the Barclay company, the Borden company, the Carroll Sales company, D-X Suriray Oil Co., Jacob E. Decker &• Sons. Fust National Batik. Gamble Robinson Co., Mason City Globe Gazette. Hoxie Fruit Co.. International Hai vester Co.. Kay- nay Engraving Co.. K. G. L. O. Henkel Construction Co.. K.S.M. N.. K. R. I. B, Kurt/. C.,, Mason City Buck & Tile Co.. Nichols Wire Si Aluminum Co., Norlh- wi stern SK.tes Poillaml Cement Co . Plumb Supply Inc.. Standard Oil Co.. State Biand Creameries Inc.. United Home B;mk & Trust Co., Western Grocer Co. mg at Iowa Methodist Hospital. She returned at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon with Janet Kruc- ger of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Verle Nelson and boys were Sunday dinner guests at the Merle Brown home at Wesley. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson entertained at dinner Sunday, in honor of their son Ardcn, home on furlough from Camp Chaffee, Ark. Guests were Mr and Mrs If. A. Nelson. Mr and Mrs Elwood Nelson and family. Mrs Mary Michaelsen, Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelsen and family of Titonka; Mr and Mrs Lowell'Jas- pers and daughters of Carpenter and Marcia Cowan of Algona. Mr and Mrs Verle Nelson and sons were afternoon callers. Observe Silver Wedding, Oct. 9 Ledyard—Beverly Rosalyn and Thomas Basbara held open house Sunday afternoon in honor of their parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Bashara's 25th wedding anniversary. About 100 friends called during the afternoon and evening. Mrs Fred Munyer poured and Mrs Mike Munyex cut the cake Mrs Ed Munyer had charge of the kitchen, with Mrs Chester Johnson, Mrs Marie Halvorson. Mrs Paul Nitz and Mrs Clayton Roseboro assisting. Waitresses were Patty Johnson, Marilyn Kramers- meier and Rosalyn Bashara. Paula Nitz had charge of the guest book and Beverly Bashara of the gifts. Mrs Etta Anderson left on Friday for Davenport where she will spend the winter with a daughter and family, the Leonard Chapmans. She had spent the .summer with her daughter, Mrs Glenn Burrow and family. Jeane Brandt and her friend. Eloise Jetson, of Spring Grove. Minn, spent the weekend at the home of Jeane's parents, Mr and Mrs- John Brandt. Both girls are students at Luther College. Layman's Sunday will be ob- ervecl next Sunday, Oct. 16th in the Methodist Church. The program will be in charge of a group of Jaymen, with E. A. Carpenter as leader. Mr and Mrs W. E. Wiemcr and Deanna and Mrs Gertrude Wiemer went to Des Moines on Saturday evening and spent Sunda> there. Mrs Gertrude Wiemer spent the day at the home of hei brother and his wife, the John Fillmoneys. Mrs E. A. Carpenter and John iMicl Ann went to Olin to spend iho weekend with her parents. Rev. and Mrs C. O. Anderson and Charlene and Karla Dae of Boone, called at the D. B. Mayer home on Tuesday evening. They were enroute home from Minneapolis where they had attended the wedding of their second son, Wallace. Mr and Mrs Albert Barnes were in Lake Mills one day last week calling on Fred Stubbc who is very ill. He is Mrs Barnes' oldest son. The American Legion Auxiliary met at the Legion Hall Tuesday ..'vening with Mrs William Poppe js hostess. There will be a County meeting at Whittemore on Nov. J. Mrs John Jorgenson was in charge of the entertainment. Mr Albert West who has been in the Veterans Hospital in DCS Thursday, October 13, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des MdinM- S Ethel heart Mr.- be in Moines for the past several weeks was able to come home on Friday. Mrs West, Mrs Alvin Busch and Mrs George McKinnon went down aftPr him. Mrs Moulton's niece, Mrs Jones of Algona died of a attack on Saturday, and Moulton left on Sunday to Algona for the funeral. Mr and Mrs Leo Willaclsen and Sandra spent last weekend in Inwood visiting Mrs Willadsen'- mother. Mrs Edward Looft ami Mrs I). B. Mayor attendee! the funeral uf *,lr Allen Hungerfnrd at Swea City on Sunday afternoon. Joe Dyer of Wheatland. Wyo. arrived Thursday to spend a two week's vacation with his mother, Mrs H. Dyer ; ,nd Ins brother, Howard. On IViJay they all '.vent to Minneapolis to attend Robert Dyer's wedding. A write up of the wedding will be in the next issue. The Music Booster; met at the school on last. Wednesday evening. •, It was voted to have a , ehiek'-n supper lor the public on | Nov. 9. Watch for lurther an- nt. congi-egnti'in of (lie Beth- j.-mv Kv.in.uolical and Hi-formed i Church enjoyed a Kellowshij i supper al the Church on Fnda; ' evening. Portland Twp. Form Sold To w Titonka Farmer Portland — Mr and Mrs E L. Dickii'ifytr sold their farm. S?pt. 15, to Kwald Brur.s from Not'!: ot Titonka. Mr and Mrs Dickmeyer arc making plans to build ;i new home in the south par? of Burt. Carol Rasmussvn i- goin;.! to school at the State University "I Iowa. She is taking liberal Arts. Arden Nelson, h.-me on furlough from Camp Chaffee. Ark., acompanifd by Marcia Cowan 01 Algona, went to Minneapolis Saturday to attend :. party. Richard Rasmussen came home Saturday, Sept. 24. He was released Friday, after Hi months :n Korea. Bob Fairbanks joined the Air Forces. He went to Li.ckiund .it San Antonio. Texas Richard RaMiuissen '."ok him to Do Moines Thursday Mr and Mrs Somner Hud-on ot Clear Lake. Mrs Me:!a Wallace and Marie Grover calle I at the A. L. Rasmu-'sen. Will Grover an.I L J. Fairbanks homes Saturday afternoon. Mr Hudson w.is butter maker, for years at Titonka. Mr* Hudson is a sister to Mrs Wallac" anil Will Grover. Maiy Ann Bart'eM spen' from Wednesday to Friday afternoon at the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bart Id I Mrs V. Smith (Zhda) of Milwaukee came Friday to visit he. parent.-. Mr and Mrs Will Grovei. Mr and Mrs Johnnie Spear are parents of a baby boy. Tins i.' the Spear's first child They just recently moved on the Tcetei farm in Portland. Billy Tjadi.-n will move on the K. L. Dicknieyer farm next March. 1 and farm it the com inf. year. Bonno SehuUer has rente.! the Ted Rin:;t.dorf farm, winch has previously been tanned by Harold Bate.-,'. Richard Rasmu.-sen brought Barbara Faiibank- home Saturday morning from Des Monies where she is taking nurses train- Coming Next Week ORIGINAL 6 GREAT DAYS! OCT I/-22 MONDAY thru SAfUKUAlT Honsbruch Drug F'-t|^.ff^-^^;^^-''^-;;|;; ^ ''H^^. 4"LLl**it, t e t * * fff AZ** f **"***• ' S ^^^^ ^^ '"* *» *t** ft 111 f '*4^* r ^^ , (twice Meat ROYALTY - CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 2 ZANIOS FRYING CHICKENS 2 Ib. Ave. EACH 3RANDEE STUFFED OLIVES... No. 3V2 Jar 100% PURE GROUND BEEF Always Lfc) Lean TEXSUN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE LEAN-TENDER SCHILLING RIB BOIL makes del- Lb. icious soup PUMPKIN PIE SPICE FROZEN MEATY-TENDER SPARE RIBS To Barbecue or with Kraut KRAFT'S VELVEETA CHEESE FOOD FRESH DRESSED STRAWBERRIES SUNSHINE Graham Crackers - : BULL HEADS BRACH'S HALLOWEEN 14' 2 OZ. Bag CANDY SCHILLING U. S. Choice Beef Quarters are available at all Times. Also prices on U. S. Good or Baby Beef at your request. No cutting or wrapping charge. NO. 1 WISCONSIN CRANBERRIES ««• 350 HI-C ORANGE ADE Reg. or Drip Ib. FACIAL TISSUE 46 OZ. CANS 400 Size Boxes LIBBY'S - NEW PACK 303 Size Cans HORMEL'S HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER Reg. 1< Cans tit GEDNEY - SWEET PICKLES HUNT'S CATSUP HUNT'S ^ '•*•!.•* >g^g, i>^*—STO TOMATOES A-l TOILET TISSUE FA5TCO FLOUR Roll Pack 1 Lb. Cans ALL PURPOSE DETERGENT Giant Box DUNCAN HINES PANCAKE MIX. 3B2aLqb & MACARONI CREAMETTES SEEDLESS RAISINS OPEN FRIDAY & SAT. Evenings

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