The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 20, 1955 · Page 36
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 36

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 20, 1955
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6-AI§6na (to.) Upper Pe» M6in»t Thursday, October 26, 1955 40 Good Neighbors A combined effort, involving 40 persons, 12 corn pickers, two elevators and a raft of wagons, featured one of the largest good neighbor acts in recent history on the farm tenanted by the Pal Murphy family four miles southwest of Algona Saturday. Workmen went into the fields at 7 a.m. and when they finished at 5:30 p.m. a total of 84 acres of corn, averaging about a load to the acre, had been picked, hauled and elevated into cribs and temporary storage space in the farmyard. The neighbors, friends and relatives of the Murphy's took on the job for Mr Murphy, who has been hospitalized since receiving serious injuries in a two-car crash two miles from his home Sept. 17. He has been in St. Mary's Hospital al Rochester since Sept. 30. Men who pitched in during the work day included Paul Hum, Richard, Ronald, Gene and Vic Rochleau, DennU and Bert Olson, Paul Miller, Ken and Virgil Roethler, Glen Adreon, Harold and Ronald Sabirt, Ken Farrell, Eddie and Clarence Berte, Ray Metzen, Lloyd and Jim Stebbins, Francis Kollasch, Gerald and Simon Elbert, Alfred Erickson, Don Hum, Leo J. Elbert, Clarence Anderson, Mike Sloffel and John Murphy. The workers were feted to dinner and lunch prepared by Mrs Murphy, Mrs Harold Sabin, Mrs Gene Rochleau, Mrs Phil Lee. Mrs Vic Rochleau, Imelda Engesser, Mrs Bert Olson, Mrs Paul Miller and Mrs Wilmer Thilges. It is not known for sure when Mr Murphy will be released from the hospital. ""-ri Mrs Nelson Hostess Mrs Don Nelson was hostess to the member of her bridge club last week Thursday afternoon. "Italian Supper" Mr and Mrs Ernest Egel entertained Mr and Mrs Paul McCrea and Mr and Mrs Herman Lindeman at an Italian supper. Saturday evening. 90th Birthday Mrs Ouhelia Ogg Parks of Lexington, Ky., celebrated her 90tr> birthday at her home there with open house, Oct. 12. Mrs Parks, a former Burt resident, is the mother of Gordon Ogg'and Christopher Ogg McWhorter, both formerly of Burt and Algona. I Card Club Meets Mr.s L. I. Nelson was hostess to the members of the "E.T.W." card club Wednesday afternoon. Here On A Visit Lt.-Larry Douglas and his wife have "been here"visiting the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Douglas and at Mason City they have been with Mrs Douglas' parents, Mr and Mrs Vern Mettler. Lt. Douglas "was graduated Sept. 31 and received his wings from the Goodfellovv air base at San Angelo, Tex. He has studied multiple engines and at the conclusion of the leave will go to Gary air base at San Marcus, Tex., to teach. Wiltgen Jewelers •»- [I GIN Scoop the world with ionably tiny watches from Pricct Includ* F'tderol Tot EIGIN HEATHER, Smart, ELGIN RAMONA. Smart, ELGIN SAHARA. Square dependable. High fashion tailored caie fromei a tiny endpiecei match th« dainty |tyling( 9 f only»33Z5 f.minin. lac*. *42SS case ptrfettly. • fxeluirvtfy from EIGIN- tiniest wakhei «ver at luch »Jny prfctl • Choose now for birthday or anniversary gifft t Convenient forms-Jf Down-J/ A Week THE PRIZE WINNERS Of Our Anniversary Free Prizes I , HALSRUD, Algona ™'™ - Gold Walc h', — LOIS SWEEN, Bode $22.50 Parker Pen & Pencil Sel • — CHRIS DAHL. Fenlon Winners of Shaeffer Ball Point Pens: «^T9 EO BAKKE - forest City MRS H. B. SEELEY, Algona MARILYN KEARNEY, Algona MRS DAN FISHER. A iona" MRS BERT MUCKEY. Algona WILTGEN JEWELERS County f B Meeting The County T. B. meeting will be held Saturday, Oct. 22 at the Johnson House with dinner at 12 o'clock. This meeting is to set up the Christmas Seal program, and a chairman will be appointed for each township. All persons who were chairmen Inst year nre invited to attend this meeting. Model Meeting ' Beta Sigma Phi sorority held a "Model Meeting" Tuesday, Oct. 11, at Katherine Anderson's. New pledges are Lou Roberts, Patricia McGinnis, and Patricia Dupy. Supt. O. B. Laing gave a faJk on "Modern Education and It's Methods." The rushing committee Mrs Anderson and Mrs Jerry McKean were in charge of refreshments. Double Bifthday Party ' Larry and Barbara Wicks, son and daughter of Mr and Mrs Orville Wicks were given a party Sunday, Oct. 1(5, in honor of their respective anniversaries, 16 and 7 years of age. A group of girls and boys were guests, the boys being those who accompanied! Allen Hidlebaugh and Maurice Givens on the Boy Scouts ex» ploration trip. Mr and Mrs Hidlebaugh and Mr and Mrs Givens were also guests. Birthday Party Mrs Don Bierstedt gave a party Wednesday afternoon honoring the birthdays of Donna, 4 and Raymond, 1. Guests were Mrs Harold Erpelding, Jane and Becky, Mrs Sharon Kuchenreu- ther and Pamela, Mrs Richard McGinnis and Suzanne, Mr.s Small Amounts Saved Each Month Reach Large Amounts Yes - You eon enjoy higher returns on Savings and Investment Funds with safety by placing with Home Federal Savings & Loan Association of Algona -.Now paying 3% as current earnings. Savings and Loan associations help build up your community by paying beffer than average on savings and investments as well as providing funds for local citizens to own their own homes — a record unequalled for safe investments. See us Today for further particulars — investigate for yourself the merits of investing with Home Federal of Algona. A latest copy of our Financial Statement is Yours For the Asking Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION For 38 Years ALGONA, IOWA For 38 Years FRIDAY & SATURDAY COUNTRY GARDEN CORN Finest Quality Jj CANS 5 VAN CAMP'S Pork n' Beans 303 Cans CANS $ 1 FALSTAFF BEER THREE - QUARTS ARMOUR'S PURE PORK SAUSAGE Lb. 25c HOME-DRESSED FRYING CHICKENS Lb. 49c HOME-DRESSED ROASTING HENS Lb. 39c FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES Doz. 29c Idaho Russets 10 Lbs. 39c POTATOES NO. DAKOTA (NO. 1 GRADE) PONTIACS ... 100 Lb. Bag 2.49 IOWA CHEROKEES . . 100 Lb. Bag 1.79 WISCONSIN CHIPPEWAS ... 50 Lb. Bag 1.39 NO. DAKOTA (WASHED & WAXED) NUMBER 1 REDS, 50-Lb. Bag 1.49 IOWA WASHED (Ju«,i a Few Left) CHEROKEES ... 100 Lb. Bag 98c George Ncwland, fiarbara and George Jr., Mrs C. Behrends and Ila May, Mrs Gordon Sigsbee and Patty, Mrs Arnold Elbert and Mary Ann and Mrs Ella Sigsbee. Birthday Dinner Mr and Mrs Merle Chamberlain gave a surprise birthday dinner Sunday for the former's mother, Mrs Ethel Chamberlain. Other guests were the honoree's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Lester Yeazel and daughter Linda, of Rockwell City. Mr and Mrs Chamberlain also entertained at dinner Tuesday evening again honoring the birthday of Mrs Ethel Chamberlain and also the anniversaries of Mrs Merle Chamberlain's parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Christensen of ttumboldt. Cf*sco M-D Club . The Cresco Mother - daughter's Club meeting was held at the home of Mrs Bob Buscher Wednesday, Oct. 12. Assistant hostesses were Mrs Walter BrandoW and Mrs Gene Brandow. Twenty- eight members answered roll call with two guests present. Mra Alice Clayton and Mrs Elmer Potter had charge of the program. Mrs Clayton gave a humorous reading and Mrs Potter had charge of a game, high prize 'Wort by Veronica Roethler and low prize to Mrs John Simon. Lunch was served by hostesses. Girl Scout Activities Girl Scouts will celebrate the Do You Drive in If you do... you need a pair of birthday of Juliette Lowe, founder of Girl Scouts, this month by having two pot luck dinners, one for the intermediates and seniors on October 24 at 6:30 in the High School Annex, and on November 7 at 6:30 in the Annex for the Brownies. This will be for the parents and each troop's sponsoring organization's president and spouse. Girl Scout Troop No. 8 elected new officers for the coming year Tuesday: President, Judy Reinders; vice president, Mariana Steele: secretary-treasurer, Patricia Thompson and reporter, Carol Shore. Leaders of this troop are Mrs Wm. Ankenbauer and Miss Opal Kern. II It's News — We Wanl it! Lighting the way of men to betterment is the finest profession Known. 1100 IS THE PHONE NUMBER OF THE UPPER DES MOINES Pan-0-Gold presents the first really new kind of bread ' in years and years and years ALL-WEATHER TIRES For UM «lth«r with a tvb* or tuboloM. 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