The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1955 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1955
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2-Alflona (la.) Uppftr D«l Motrtii Thursday, November 3, 1955 A found Algona Mr and Mrs Clair Thomas i moved Monday to An apartment at 715 West Nebraska Street. j ... '- • .- —-0—> ' Earl Miller and E* E, Robinson are spending a few days at the fottner's cottage at Woman Lake, Minn.' Mr and Mrs Wesley Barllett spent several days of last' week in (Chicago where they attended a Kiwanis.convention. —o— Brigilta Whillemora entertained nineteen youngsters at a Halloween party on Saturday evening. Entertainment was in form of a scavenger hunt. —0— ' Mrs R. C, MGaffee of Sedro Woolie, Washington left Tuesday after a two week's visit here with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Clayton Lammers. The Presbyterian Women's Organization is having a bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Moose Hall. serve lunch. Ruth Circle will —0— Mttf Richard Butt entertained her bridge ClUb at her home on Thursday evening; Mr and Mrs Waller Schlld- knecht had as their dinner guests Tuesday.. evening, the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Schildknecht, Sr. of Estherville. —o— • Beth Ahnis went to Estherville Wednesday evening where she presented a report on the state convention at a P.E.O. meeting She Was accompanied by Mrs W A. Bartlett and others. —o— Mr and Mrs Marian Herbera came from their home in Wells Minn, to,attend the fall banquet and dance of the Beta Sigma sorority Tuesday evening. Mrs Herbers is the former Iris Lieb. —o—• Mr and Mrs Richard Mathes left Monday for their new home in Green Bay, Wis. Mr Mathes has a position with a shoe company there and will train toward store management. Mrs Mathes is the former Ruth Shierk. —o— Mr and Mrs Clair Thomas had as their guests on Thursday and Friday of last week, Mr and Mrs James Chillas of Chicago. Both couples Went to Grinnell for the weekend to attend the college lomecoming. Mr' and Mrs William Sieele entertained a few friends Friday The monthly leaders meeting evening in honor of Jim Bishop, of the Girl Scouts was • held Tuesday evening at the Druggist Mutual Insurance building. Mrs James Kolp- is -chairman of the group. ..'.,• Mrs Ruth McVay's morning group of kindergartners at Bryant had a pot luck supper for their parents and . families last Wednesday evening at the high school annex. One hundred twenty five people were present. A similar party was held last night, (Wednesday) for the afternoon group. former Algonan who was visiting here. He was an overnight guest of Dr. 'and Mrs C. C. Shierk. —o— Alpha Psi Meeting The Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma' Phi met in the Alano rooms Oct. 25 for a business meeting -and party. President Anita Thissen presided. June Winkel gave the lesson. Jan Anderson was party hostess. Cards were the evening's entertainment followed by refreshments. Bob Williams span* Monday and Tuesday on a business trip to the Twin Cities. the East fork Chapter of,the Izaak Walton Leigue meets tonight, (Thursday) at the National Guard Armoryt —o— Mr and Mrs Charles McVay had as theit guests over the weekend, Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell and Wayne Christian of Des Moines. Mrs Rex Voyles entertained her bridge club on Thursday evening. Prizes Were received by Mrs Ted Chrischilles and Mrs Floyd Holt. Mr fthd Mrs Don Engifwmi former Algonans now .of Whit* tier, Calif. ij Be*eaiHe*thiM?ertti of their thiW Child w»|n a 9M was born to Ihefrt oft OBtobef Hi He has b£e^ nfim«d Jerty Its* ,ter and he haS'f brother find,! sister. Mrs Entfatrom is'-the 4 for* mer Norma Voyles. Rohtilej son df M* told' Walter . Schildknecht, .was given a Halloween party Saturday in honor of his fourth, birthday. Guests were Linda Allen, -Billy Burt, Steve Voyles, Gerald Witt- copf, Doug Stevens, Robbie Clau'de, Max Laird and the hbh- oree's sister, De De, Mark der and Craig Taylor were able to attend. * ft£t4r Phillips returned Sunday ffonx* a V seventeen day .hunting Ittfc to Wyoming. - H^Wefit with I fffeupW friflftdir fr<Jftl QtWmvifa Ina-. : bagged ail elk. 9 £n antelo^ Jftd a, deer. Mf s. Phillitts tits in Des Moines dUtirtf hit htisbaWd's obsence', -Visiting her daughter, Mrs plen Frederickspn who returned' to Alg6na with' Mn and .Phillips for fi week's visit. Harriet Brown was honoree at a Bridal shower Monday evening 'It; the Presbyterian church. Hostesses were Mesdames A. W. Hiienhold, 'Frank Butts, B. J. Holcomb, A; W. Amunspn, C. A. Merrifield, Casey 'Loss, W. J. Finrt'»jafid Elmer Cook. ^Miss Browft'will be married Nov. 11 to Ronald Peters&nV FOWLERS WEEK-END "NOBELLA'? • A ** . • , -Xvtr -' Gingham BLOUSES Regularly $1.50 Misses and Women's Sizes Playtex Girdles Values to $5.95 2.49 A special group of famous Playlex girdles (in what are called "dropped" styles) offered at this attractive close-out price. While they last! Rayon Slips 1.98 - 3.98 Values" 1.29 At Fowlers, this week-end, you have a choice of 1.98, 2.98, up to 3.98 rayon slips for this special price. Fancy or tailored. Assorted sizes and colors. "Star Dust" Brassieres 3 for $1 Values in these well-known and so well-liked "Star Dust" brass ; .eres up to $1.00 and S1.98 — yours at three for a dollar at Fowlers this week-end! Clutch Handbags $1.59 - $1.98 Values 88c The popular "clutch" styles ... in the very best colors ... a handsome assortment of types . . all priced at 88c this week-end! GIRLS LINED JEANS $1 Toasty-warm, and so very neatly made, too! They sell regularly for $1.59 a pair, so see what you save at Fowlers! Sizes 3 to 6 in brown, blue and red, with plaid linings. CHILD 2-PC. SLEEPERS $169 A famous make all you Mothers know, but we can't give it here! Warm, flgecy soft knitted sleepers for infants »nd tots up to 4. in choice of blue, pink, or maize. Hugrf Celweli fed hei" daughter, Mrs as f antfari aft a ffiranddaughtaf, ettf Jo .Reeheatefr. Minn, on Tuesday The little |irl has had heart surgery. In the past and Was returning to ' the hospitals there for 'a check-lip. Mrs Ban- waft is the former Lois Colwell and her husband, a former Al- gtma boy, is "a dentist, at Adel, Jowa. > Mr and Mrs Clay Ion Lammers are the parents of a son, born Sunday Oct. :23 at St. Ann hds- pital.' He has been named Gary Jackson and he weighed eight pounds, five ounces at birth. The Lammers-also haver a, daughter, Lynft who ia 6. ^Mr Lammer*' mother; Mrs B, • J. Lammers • oi wSwfl, $. 6. is visitinrhere fihd« assisting lit the care of the baby'. ' /; , .;.,-* ..• Sorority Banquet ... , , u • The annual fall banquet of,the Beta 3igma Phi sorority chapters was held Tuesday evening, Noy, 1, at the K.C. Hall at 6:30, The Alpha Psi chapter Initiated three pledges: Pat Dupuis, Lxnli Rp- Berts and Pat McGinnis-.-ffhl Jx/ emplar Xi Xi chapter-;, flft^.tflofc in two members from tm Alpha Psi chapter: Beverly Will and Pat Taylor. Dancing followed. The next meeting of the-Alpha Psi chapter will be o' at the home of Lafiauii«i James Whiffling was at a party 6ft Sfttafdjiy. i; f he flic dasion was hert^rttH^ifth- day. Guests" Were, Jete jMilder, Jean Sigsbee, EVelyn Fef|Us6^ Lynn Lam'mefs, Lynft and .Leslie Norton, , Judy picket tj ' Sherry Baker, dindy; Shuttiflokef , Becky Jo Hemmingsen, ; Mwy ;Ja,he Swartz, Linda FredetkksiOH, Barbara Dewel, Willi,e : and 1 Ihgrid tfassbender, and \tne honoree's sister arid brbther, Bfigltfa and Jerry Whittejft'ore. '! :; ' , ADVERTISING 1ft the Algotft [taper Des Moioestreaenea more families in Kossuth county than asy other jflubllcation REMEMBER AT CONSUMER'S YOU OiT S & H GREEN STAMPS, TOO! We Are Giving Away A Love Seat FREE Th|s Week- End Just come in to CONSUMERS and register your name! That's all there is to it ... no purchase necessary to register . . . and at close of-business Saturday some lucky person will own this modern, classy LOVE SEAT! Don't fail to register your name this Friday and Saturday at Consumers ... for the Free Love Seat! £1 I FOOD BUYS! YOUR CHOICE 1O° MOTT'S ASSORTED JELLIES CRUSHED OR SLICED BONNEILE'S (Ready : to Serve) SPAGHETTI. CARNATION (Limit 4 Cans) IOC tinuancu wn PI.II.CU ^^ '^H^. M V-MKWMIIWW •vnmii-i v.a PINEAPPLE IOC MILK, Tall TOP QUALIT ALL SELECT CUTS - EXCESS FAT & BONE REMOVED Ib. TOP U. S. GOOD QUALITY Cut To Your Order and Liking T-Bone Steak Ib 59 C LOIN CUTS CENTER. CUTS 29 49' TO BRAISE OR BROIL LEAN, MEATY BEEF 3LBS. Short Ribs49c PANCY FULL CREAM LB. CELLO WRAP IB. LONGHORN CHEESE 4k PERCH FILLETS . 29c CHARMIN Toilet Tissue ROLLS 33£ GERBERS :': •. • ' fa *Tt* .' t '. Vj j, i ... •;• PILLSBURY Angel Food CAKE MIX REG. 53c 394 PILLSBURY FLOUR 5-Lb. Bag 25-Lb. Bag 1.89 CELLO CARROTS, bch , lie CRANBERRIES, pourtd., 19c CELERY, largestalk............ 19c APPLES - By The Bushel or Half-Bushel BUTTERNUT COFFEE Lb. CHEK ICE , CREAM H GALLON 59c "FLAVORITE" CHOCOLATE CHIPS Pkgs, We giv^ ?/-*r|)|^|rm i GREEN SUMERS SUPER MARKET

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