The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1955 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1955
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(la.) Upp*r D«« Mdlftaf Thursday, October 27, 1955 und Algona Mr and Mts bennis Gahn of Humboldt Spent the xveekend with Mrs Gahn's parents, Mr and Mrs C. R. LaBarre and other relatives. Pamela, Denny and Tommy Waller accompanied their father. Russ Waller, to the Minnesota- Michigan football game at Minneapolis last Saturday. Mr and Mrs Don Asa became the parents of their fourth child, a daughter born Friday at St. Ann hospital. She has two sisters and' a brother. Mrs A. D. Lehman has as her guests, her sisters, Mrs Charles Throne of Collum, 111. and Mrs Vernice Naas of Chicago. Over the weekend, Mrs Lehman was visited by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don West of Des Moines. The June Circle of the Meth- 'odist Church had a Come-As- You-Are coffee party at nine o'clock Wednesday morning at the home of Mrs Walter Schildknecht. Fifty women were in attendance. Hostesses were Mesdames George Balluff, Herb Hedlund, L. L. Snyder, Eugene Furst, Clarence Hunt, Darold McNerny and Donald Jorgenson. Jack Purcell and Chester Armstrong of the Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. force attended the Homecoming football game at Illinois School for the Deaf at Jacksonville, 111. Jack is a graduate of the school. The week before, they attended a similar Homecoming game at Council Bluffs for the Iowa School for the Deaf of which Chester is a graduate. Award Honors To Wesley Girl Scouts, Oct. 21 Wesley Scouts had The Wesley Girl an award ceremony Hugh Black Has Host Of Visitors An Algona farmer, Hugh Black, who lives four miles southeast 01 town, is probably the man most responsible for teaching Algona's first and second grade students more about farming than any man in the county. During the past mon,th, 284 first and second graders have visited the Black farm. The 141 first grade pupils visited Hugh Sept. 26, while the 143 second grade students saw all there was to see Oct. 19. They were all transported to the farm in school buses. While at the farm, Hugh showed the .youngsters implements' in use,' explained various farm activities and led a tour through his up-to-date dairy parlor. Friday, Oct. 21, at 8 p.m. at the Legion Hall. First Class Scout rank was awarded to .Carol Martin, Helen Lickteig, Ruth Wise Melissa Nygaard and Mary Eisenbacker. 2nd Class Scout Rank was given to Ruthie Lickteig, Maxine Dornbier, Mary Hilbert, Sally Dornbier, Carol Root, Shirley Reiling, Diane Newbrough, Mavis Nygaard, Barbara Leek, Linda Detmering, Wilma Hrubes and Ruth Ann Nelson. The entire troop earned a back yard campers badge when they had their three day camp out at Clear Lake, and the outdoor cook badge by having cook outs. The older girls earned the Clerk's badge when they took turns helping in our popcorn shack on Wednesday^ nights. Other badges awarded the girls were: Swimming badge — Ruthie Lickteig, Helen Lickteig, Maxine Dornbier, Mary Eisenbacker, Shirley Reiling, Diane Newbrough and Barbara Leek. Boating Badge — Ruth .Ann Nelson, Helen Lickteig, Mary Eisenbacker, Carol Root, Shirley Reiling, Diane Newbrough, Ruth Wise, Melissa Nygaard. Basketry Badge — Ruth Ann Nelson, Carol Root, Mary Eisen- backer, Shirley Reiling, Helen Lickteig, Carol Martin. Mission's Badge — Ruth Ann Nelson, Ruthie and Helen Lick- lejg, Ruth Wise, Mary Eisen- backer. ' Reader's Badge — Carol Root, Shirley Reiling and Helen Lickteig. Good grooming — Hel^n Lickteig, Ruth Wise, Melissa-Nygaard. Home Gardeners badge — Ruth Nelson, Mary Eisenbacker, Shirley Reiling and Barbara Leek. Farmer arid Birtd Conservation — Ruth Wise and Melissa Nygaard. Housekeeper's badge — Ruth Ann Nelson, Mary Eisenbacker, Helen Lickteig, Ruth Wise and Melissa Nygaard. Before the badges were awara- ed Patrol I put on a style show and Patrol II and III gave a pluj-. This was the last meeting conducted by Mrs Pfeffer who ha:.been their leader for the last srx years. As no new leader has been found, Girl Scout activities will be suspended for the time will be presented Wednesday night, Nov. 9th, directed by Mrs Mary Mullin. The Senior Class of the public school cleared $203 on their recent magazine sale drive. Dick Robinson was high vvith $106,50. The money will go into a fund for printing high school annuals. Is Circle Hostess The K.Y.N. Circle of the Methodist church met Wednesday, Oct. 26 at the Theron HanseH home with Mrs Lawrence Hansen as assistant hostess. The Mary Circle met at the church Wednesday Oct. 19 with Mrs Dwight Bruns and Mrs Clair Robinson as hostesses. Home For Weekend Walter Smith, a student at Iowa State College, Ames, spent the weekend at the-parental Ray Smith home. ' Janice Rfchtsmeier and Antonina Crisostomo, students at Good Council Academy, M a n k a t o, Minn, spent the weekend at the A. N. Richtsmeief ; home. Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich and Lorraine spent the \*{6fekend here. Mr Bleich is employed at Ames, Mrs Bleich teaches at Earlham and Lorraine attends Drake University at Des Moines. Two New Arrivals A baby girl was born WedneS' day, Oct. 19, to Mr and Mrs Virgil Kunkel of Bancroft, in St, Ann hospital, Algona. Mrs Kunkel is the former Ruth Hauptman, daughter of Mr and Mrs J. P. Hauptman. The baby boy born to Mr and Mrs Clarence Ptacek at Holy Family hospital, EstherVllle. was baptized Sunday ,by Rev. L. N. Klein and named Gerald Clar^ ence. The infant arrived on Tuesday, Oct. 18. Plan Bake Sale • ' The Americari Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, Nov. 3, with Mrs Victor Loebig and Mrs J. P. Hauptman as hostesses. The women will hold a GOME IN AND CHECK YOUR food and Nov. 5. bake sale Saturday* Lion* Fish Pty Everyone is urged to attend the fish fry Friday evening in the Methodist church parlors. The affair is sponsored by the Lions Club. New Siuder Daughter Mr and Mrs Lebnafd Studef are proud parents of their first child, Barbara Ellen, born in the Britt hospital Wednesday,' Oct; 19. She is the first grandchild for Mr and Mrs Richard Stnith. , Cbllette and Lawrence Kockr ler of Bancroft were Saturday, evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton. Friday-Saturday Specials! tftli i fit 1 Alii VI When This Quantity IB IUU LD9. UNLT ! Sold — We're Sofrjr FOIGER¥ Lucky Numbers School News The Junior class play, "It's A Great Life", a 3 cast comedy, FOR VALUABLE D^;^^ f MERCHANDISE * TIZVb i G00 if Your Number is posted &*ZlsZ Incur store! Check to See if the . RED NUMBER ON THE BACK of your SALE CATALOG is among them. Many valuable merchandise prizes given FREE to the holders , of the Lucky Numbers! ' Save Your Circulars! . New Numbers Posted Weekly! LOCALLY 'OWNED STORES NATIONALLY ORGANIZED Coffee T-LB. CAN Limit of One Can Per Family, Please CERTAINTY FLOUR 39 5-LB. BAG C Mfs fhgfesla Foeftseh, Rose Johft and William •*» cNhfiW iutfti at the hemj, of iheif soft; afid bfbthet,.fid Foeitsch and fafnily rlear St. Benedict, ; John -• Fbertsch and Evelyn Heilmah of Bancroft Were Evelyn Helmett of Bancroft Were sponsbrs at the baptism of the baby boy borh t6 Ed FoertseH's Tuesday, Oct. 18. The infant Was* named Daniel Edward. Mrs Foeftsch's parents, Mr arid Mrs flbMan ttellman, ''Mildred and Jbari ofJBfttt«r6ft IWert alSo guests at M^aiftschlhioAej/ Th§ 166al,tea|kltball teams ot the liublid!.,aeH66i-Will attend a jambbree Saturday at 'Hayfield, Their coach BrUee Cranston will acdortipafiy tH%rri, . ! Mrs Olive firdrrtan returned home Friday -frOrrl fpttr days at the Kebe'Kah State Assembly at CJedar Rapids. She •was representative from -district 65. WHITE SALE Toilet Tissuel2 roR $1 3 Cannon WASH CLOTHS Included FREE! WISCONSIN PREMIUM BEER 6 P^ 69 East End SRUDSi! -T- We Got^Bt^Por You .-I * ••...'-'• • '--f ., .- •"•-• • : . - ---•'.<.. .»*.,*".*, • '>.' All the Kinds You Want For Storing JBriBk HMBI ^d^^ ^QUr ™ ^^s m ™* SATURDAY -11:30 P. II, (All Seals SOc) MlfiNlT E SHOW . S9HNV TUFTS MABII ttftNDS® VICTOR JORY Ray's weekend offers extra super 1^§EAT GIANT PKG. PKG. PINK DREFT 59c MRS. TUCKER'S PURE VEG. 3 LB. TIN ISHORTNING 69c CAMPBELL'S TALL CAN 5 CANS TOMATO SOUP We JACK SPRAT 5 LBS. COLORED OLEO HERSHEY PKG. CHOC. CHIPS 2 BTLS. HEINZ 14 OZ. BOTTLE TOMATO CATSUP ft DECKER'S VALUE SLICED BACON lb.29c CAL-RAY 2 LB. BAG LOIN END SEEDLESS RAISINS HORMEL'S 4 CANS CHILE CON CARNE PORK ROASTS Ib. 39c HORMEL'S Swift's Premium BABY BEEF CHOICE CUTS Haven't Room For A Full Quarter? Want the choice cuts only? Want extra tender and tasty beef? Here's your chance to fill the freezer with choice cuts at Ray's special week prices! ' Fresh Roasted PEANUTS Hershey BOX OF 24 BARS MILK OR ALMOND FLORIDA SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 10 £ 39c • FANCY EATMORE CRANBERRIES bag 19c FLAME TOKAY GRAPES Ib. 9c All-Meat Minced ib. 39c FRESH GROUND HAM LOAF ib. 55c COUNTRY STYLE HORMEL'S SAUSAGE Ib. 39c Round Steak - Sirloin Steak - T-Bone Steak - Chuck Roasts - - Ib. 39$ LEAN, DEFATTED (WHCHE or HAtF) LB. AVERAGE IB, CERTAINTY GUARANTIED PRINT BAG IB. BAG Fresh Splid Pack Oysters WAUEYiD PlKi ROASTING HINS SPRING Pork Loins CUT & WRAPPED FOR FREEZER WP ^B^^ 9~" $1.98 "°™KK S j Sea Pack Fish Sticks 39$ ;, ;: li II It ;,

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