The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 31
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
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§-A!06na (\o.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Nov. 10, 1955 JJLL.G O N/A UP P E R PEG M O I N £ 5 C. D. A. To Meet A regular meeting of Ihe C. D. of A. will be held Thursday. Nov. 10 at the V.F.W. hall. A pot luck supper will be served at 6:30 o'clock. There will be special memorial services for all deceased members. Eight Specks Club Hazel Johnson entertained members of the Eight Specks 500 club Wednesday evening. Marie Dutton won the travel prize and the high and low score went to Rose Sigsbee and Mabel Lee respectively. 500 Club Hosts Mr and Mrs Don Smith, Jr. entertained members of their 500 club Saturday nignt. Mrs Smith won high score prize. Mrs Bill Allen low. Members, besides the Smiths, are Mr and Mrs Bill AJlen. Mr and Mrs Joe Deinos and Mr and Mrs Harold Keesee. Houswarming Parly Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbush weie given a house warming Saturday evening by Mr and Mrs Ray Gilbert, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hackbarth, Mr and Mrs OrviDe Kinden, Mr and Mrs Leonard Warner and Mr and Mrs Hugh Willey. Al Birthday Party Mr and Mrs Matthew Plait went to Britt Tuesday evening to attend the birthday celebration for Mrs Plait's cousin, Janice, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson, whose ninth birthday was being observed. Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs J. W. Pentecost attended the golden wedding anniversary open house held a couple of weeks ago at Arnolds Park for Mr and Mrs Louie Rike, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs Pentecost. The Rikes are former residents here. Hosts At Cards Mr and Mrs Duane Logue entertained the members of their card club Sunday evening. High score prizes v/ere won by Kenneth Geilenfeld and Mrs Henry Geilenfeld and low score prizes went to Mrs H. M. Knechl and James Egli. To Wed Nov. 26 Mr and Mrs Lewis I. Wildin of Owatonna, Minn., have announced the engagement and forthcoming marriage, Nov. 26, of their daughter, Barbara Ann, and Dean L. Hahn, son of Mrs William Laing of Albert Lea. The Wildins are former Algona residents. Dur- MaUii- 1 *'. soi-i etary-ti pasiir<T ing IIIP evening A. F. Schweppe showed colored slides of c'luh menibor.s' gardens. Joan Fain To Wed Mr and Mrs M. II. Fain, Algona, announced the engagement and approaching marriage of 'heir daughter, Joan, recentlv. Miss Fain will marry Vincent J. ! Bernardo of Kmmetsburg at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church here. Saturday. Nov. 19. Joan is an Algoira high school graduate and is employed in the office of Principal Earl Legler. St. Benedict Bride-To-Be Mr and Mrs Dan F. Fmeh- lich of St. Benedict announce the engagement a n d approaching marriage of their daughter. Mary Louise, to Sanford E. Mitchell, son of Mr and Mrs Milford Mitchell, of Lone Rock. Iowa. The wedding will take place Saturday, Nov. 19 at St. Benedict's Catholic church. Garden Club Officers Rose Scanlan was elected new president of the Algona Garden Club during its regular monthly meeting held Monday night at the Farm Bureau rooms. Also elected were Mrs Elmer Cook, vice president, and Mrs Lyle P. W. O. BAZAAR Next Week Saturday, Nov. 19 Moose Hall NOTICE Photographic Christmas Cards Family or Children's Photos Beautiful Christmas Tree Setting at MOOSE HALL 4-6 p.m., Friday, Nov. 18 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19 Call Mrs W. Finn, Ph. 1155 for Appointment and Information 25 cards $3.75 50 cards $6.00 100 cards ___, $10.00 (50c Setting, 2 Poses) Farewell Courtesy Mr and Mrs Emil Hanson were given a fai-ewell dinner party last week Thursday evening at Mr and Mrs Leo Gardner's. Others in attendance were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gerber, Mr and Mrs Clayton Percival, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Percival. and Mr and Mrs Harvey 're-id. The hon- nrees were presented with a gift. Mr and Mrs Hanson arc moving to Omaha. Honored At Shower Virginia Scanlan whose engagement and approaching marriage to I,|. (jg) Philip Everist. of Galosburg. 111., has been announced by her parents. Dr. and Mrs Y. C. Scanlan, was given a miscellaneous shower and dinner at the Johnson House Tuesday evening by Mrs Don Hutchison. Mrs Theodore Hutchison, Mrs Marie Kun/, Mrs L. E. Linnan. Mrs H. W.'Pletch and Mrs G. W. Stillman. To Wed Nov. 11 Han iet Brown whose marriage to Ronald Peterson will take place November 11 was given ;v pantry shower -Sunday evening by Mrs Lyle Mathes and daughter, Mrs Kent Seeloy. Last week Wednesday evening Mrs Marian Haas, Mrs Harlan Herbers. Mrs Everett Brown and Mr:; Vaughn Brown gave a "kitchen gadget" shower for tlv.- bride-elect at which twenty-five guests were present. Algona Upper Des Moine* FARM SALE CALENDAR Fanners having sales can get their dates listed here by contacting the Upper Des Moines. where farm sale advertising reaches the largest circulation 01 any publication in Kossuth county. Tuesday, Nov. IS — Raymond Worden .sale, 8 north and 'i> east of Armstrong. Sale details in UDM today, classified page. Clark & Fischer, auctioneers; First National Bank, Elmorc, clerk. Nov. 16, Wednesday — M .W. W"ltz closing out sale, \'z east and 4 south of Hurt, including 21 head dairy stock, machinery, etc. Ad de-fails in today's UDM. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Algona, clerk. Thursday, Nov. 17—Pat Mines Estate complete closing out sale on the farm located 1 mile west, 3'i mile south of Ruthyen on county line road. In addition to large machinery line, hay, grain and household goods, cattle sheep anil hogs, the 139.04 acre farm is also for sale. John' Finn and Charlie Quinn are the auctioneers and the Ruthven State Bank, clerk. For complete details sec the "Want Ad" page in this issue. Nov. 22, Tuesday—Louis Simpson sale, '/2 north of Catholic cemetery, east of Algona on highway 18. Reiling & Leek, auctioneers. Nov. 23, Wednesday — Walter J.Fandel, 5 miles west and 2 miles south of highway junction 169 and 18, Algona, or ','2 mile south and 3 3 .i miles east of Whittcmore. Complete details soon. Nov. 30, Wednesday — Alfred Schipull, Lone Rock, closing out sale including dairy herd. Quinn & Clark, auctioneers; Lone Rock Bank, clerk. Tuesday, Dec. 6—William Titus, complete closing out sale on farm located 2 miles east, 1 !•> miles north and 1- 4 mile east of Wesley including a full line of machinery and 36 head of Hereford cattle. Reiling & Leek are the auctioneers with the First State Bank of Britt as clerk. Complete details of this sale will be listed in the UDM at a later date. 'Bag Of Bulbs' Benefit, Friday A street corner "Bag of Bulbs" sale for the benefit of charity will be held by the Algona Lions Club on Friday evening at the Iowa Slate Bank corner beginning at C:30 p.m. Proceeds of the sale of the light bulbs, in household bag assortments, will be given over for aid to the blind and other charities helped by the local club. Craig Smith is general chairman for the side, assisted by these Lions members. Ed Gilmore, M. C. Metcalf, Dick Cook, Roy MeMahon and Firm Laing. The Lions emphasize that the "bag of light bulbs" i.s a mighty good value for the home, and I h o purchase helps several worthy pauses. Pheasant Season Opens Saturday noon, Nov. ]'2, will mark the opening of the l!). r )i) '" WANT ADS BRING RESULTS )ia Television in BURT . . , j November 12 Free Coffee and Homemade Cookies. Register for Free Door Prizes - Drawing at 9:00 P. M. N T-V In BURT HOTEL BUILDING BURT, IOWA Friday & Saturday Specials BUTTERNUT COFFEE TO THE FIRST 50 CUSTOMERS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY CRUSHED PINEAPPLE Size 303 Can 2 for 39c FROZEN (Sugar Added) STRAWBERRIES 10 oz. Pkgs. 5 for $1 WISCONSIN LARGE SOLID PONTIAC 100-Lb. $|29 Grocery (We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities) Ray's JACK SPRAT 303 CAN Sugar Pie PUMPKIN IOC JACK SPRAT 303 CAN Golden or White HOMINY IOC ALLENS 303 CAN Cut Green THIS WEEK END TAKE ADVANTAGE OF RAY'S LOW PORK PRICES The original makers of frozen meat pies now offers you the best on the market now at Ray's special introductory price. Morton's Old Kentucky Chicken - Beef - Turkey for ONCE ONLY AT THIS PRICE! WHILE THEY LAST IOC CAMPBELL'S 303 CAN Tomato SOUP IOC MORTON'S PIE FOR TWO Apple & Cherry 5 for $1.00 DEVIL'S FOOD — WHITE — YELLOW Duncan Nines Cake Mix_ 4 for $1 HORMEL'S CHILECONCARNE......4for$1 MAYFLOWER CATSUP... 5 lor Jl 46 OZ. CAN Y4 COCKTAIL JUICE..... 3 for $1 J, S. COLORED OLEO.... 5 Ibs. $1 PORK LOIN ENDROASTS 33C END CUT PORK CHOPS LB. LIGHT, LEAN (' 3 or Whole) PORK LOINS LEAN, TRIMMED PORK CUTIEIS 39C Fresh Pork Liver DECKER'S VALUE SLICED BACON - Ib. 29c FRESH PORK Tender §oin Tips-ib,59c DECKER'S SMOKED READY TO EAT Canned Picnics 4 Ibs. S2.59 Lake Valley Cheese 2 Ibs. 59c Hormel's Spam __ 35c Large 25c Assorted Hershey Bars 19c Guaranteed Certainly Flour, 50 Ib. bag 2.98 U. S. GOOD ROUND STEAK . Ib. 59c HORMEL'S All MEAT MINCED .. Ib. 39c Fresh Oysters Home-Dressed Turkeys 6-12 Ibs. Frying Chickens Veal & Lamb Jumbo Heads NEW YORK Cauliflower each 29c FLAME TOKAY GRAPES Ib. 9c CELLO CARROTS bagSc EXTRA LARGE FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES 2 doz. 69O 96 SIZE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 1O for 390

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