The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1955 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
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(la.) Upper Des Meinet Thursday, Ndv. 17, 19S5 Farewell Party For Lone Rock Boy, To Service Lone Rock—A farewell party was held at the Lloyd Hutchinson home Thursday evening in honor of their son Donald, wlm loft for service Monday. Guest.'; were Mr and Mrs Aegell Mi'vei- and son Russell. Mr and Mrs Adolph Meyer and son Garry of Graet linger. Mr and Mrs Ed Meyer and Mrs Lena Luedtko of Fentun, Mr and Mrs Frank Mover and family. Mrs F.lla Meyrr and Euclaire. Mi and Mrs Albert Hutchinson and Leonard of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Ernest Hutehinson and family uf Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Sain Mo Cleish and family. Mr? Marian Marlow, Mr and Mrs Vincent Ford and family of Bancroft. Circles To Meel The Lnne Rock circles will meet next week Thursday. Nov. 17. following homes: Eleanor circle with Mrs Ernest Jensen and Mrs Harlan Bkmcliurd as- sistmp. Mrs Don llouck will give the lesson. Dorothy cii'cle with Mrs W. J. Cotton and Mrs Donald Blan- charrl assisting. Mrs Eldun Marlow will give the lesson. Lucille Circle with Mrs Alfred Schult/ at Ottosen, assisting hostesses will be Mrs Maude Blanc-hard and Mrs Herman Kramer. Mrs Emma Hurlburt will give the lesson. ed a coffee party Saturday afternoon iri honor of the birthday of Mrs Clarence Kraft. Guests were Mrs Clarence Kraft. Judy and Joy, Mrs 5 Rose Kraft. Mrs Maurice Weisbiod, Cheryl and Terry. Mrs Haran and Jonathan, Mrs George Kissner and Mrs Alfred Scliult/, Tim nnc) Debra. Mr and Mrs James Walker <>l Algona \\-ere Sunday dinner guests at the Hlame Saxton home. Airs Jack Quinn, Mrs Kricli Seegebarth, Mrs Gene Blanchard. Mrs Victor Dreyer, Mrs Mary Flaig, Mrs Richard Gn>s.s attended the shower. Thursday evening 41h Birthday Michael Bierle celebrated his 4th birthday Friday evening. Guests at the Raymond Biorle home that evening were Roy Bierle and family. Mr and Mi> Guy Harmon of Whittemore. Mrs- Alice Bierle and Dick. Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Raymond Bierle and family called at the Guy Harmon home at Whittemore. Enters The Army Donald W. Hutchinson, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hutchinson ol Lone Rock, left from Burt Monday morning, Nov. 14 for the Army Reserves. Donald is 19 years old and a graduate of the Lone Hock high school. He will report to Fort Leonard Wood. Mo. Coffee Parly Hostess Mrs Leslie Johnson entertain- have •CHRONIC RESPIRATORY DISEASE Dr. Silibtry's SALSTREP SPRAY and ADVERTISED CAICTDCD IN THIS MONTH'S jADIKtr FARM AND HOME GRANULES ' SECTION . CLOVERLEAF HATCHERY Phone 1109 N. Main St, al St. Benedict Catholic church for Mary Louise Froehlich. Tuesday evening the Sunday school teachers met at the home of Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine for the purpose of planning the Chi istinas program. Mis Fred Genrich utlended the American Leyion Auxiliary carnival at AlRnna. Wednesday afternoon. Hostesses for the Band Mothers who will meet Nov. 1(> will be Mes'.iames Dniiiihl Blanchard, Gerald Angus. Art Baker. Ralph Bicrstedt and Marvin Knock. Mrs Walter SUuuU of Vernul- lion. S. D. spent last week visiting luT son and family the Chas. St'iiiidts. Dr. Lawrence Humke of rid. lnwa was a dinner Mad- guest Sunday at the C. E. NoHiftrj home. -, Mrs Wm. Householder and daughter Rose Ann of fentoft and Mrs Glenn Householder called on Mrs Charles Householder in Algona Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson and family and Clarence Ackerson of Wesley spent Thursday evening at the George B. Long home. Mrs Eva Thompson of Dos Moines spent overrule Saturday with her sister, Mrs Alex Krueger. Mr and Mrs t P. M. Christenson were turkey dinner guests at the Lutheran 'church in Ringsted Wednesday evening as guests oj the J. M. Jensens. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft were dinner guests Sunday evening at the home of his mother, Mrs Rose tffafl. Mrs Clara Maflow of Burt was a Sunday guest at the Erich Seef ebarth home. In the afternoon Irs Marlow called on Mrs Lein Mar low and Mrs Seegebarth and Mrs Marlow visited at the liar- Ian Blanchard home. R. A. Bates and son Bob and Joe Elstner and son Joe of Des Moines were pheasant hunters Saturday and Sunday at the A. A. Krueger home. Jo Anne and Jane Dreyer spent Saturday and Sunday at the Henry Tieman home in Fenton. ' Mr and Mrs Marvin Ackerson and Douglas, Clarence Ackerson of Wesley were dinner and sup- per guests Sunday at the George B. Long home. Mr and Mrs Joe Bierle and family of Nevada spent the Weekend at the Ralph Bierstedt horhe. Mr and Mrs Raymond Bartlett of Titonka called there Suftday evening. Mrs Wi (Cord Radig attended the one o'clock luncheon al the Lutheran church in Burt on Wednesday. Mrs Donald Radig attended the shower Tuesday evening at Fenton for Mrs Larry Gade. Friday evening the Radig family were supper guests at the Monty Tiatt home in Fenton. Dinner guests Sunday at the Gerald Angus home were Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehill of Algona and Tonic Angus of Burt. The Whitehills are slaying with Tome while his parents are out West Mr and Mrs John Mogain ot Des Moines spent over the weex- end at the Bob Mannas pheasam hunting. Cecil Seegebarth returned to Des Moines with them. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Bailsman, Sharon, Jerry and Hollie oi Shalsburgh, Wis. spent over the weekend at the Marlin Bailsman home. Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl and family were guests Sunday evening al the Edwin Lued- Ike home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Kath and Doris of Algona visited Sunday at the Maurice Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs Wallace McArthur. Mrs Ruth Dutton were supper guests at. the Otto Richter home in El more. Dinner guests Satur- dav at the McArthur home were Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl. Mr and Mrs Laverne Behrends and family of Kansas City, Miami Mrs Roy Behrends and family spent over the weekend at the Sieb Behrends home. Sunday dinner guests included Mr and Mrs Ornie Behrends. Mr and Mrs Kingslcy Engelby and family of Swea City visited Tuesday evening at Owen Ber- hows. ' Thursday evening the Berhows called al Ihe Henry Scli- roedcr home. Barbara Quinn spent the weekend al home. Mr and Mrs Herschol Mailman entertained friends in honor of their son Jim's eighth birthday Thursday evening. £atfflOr -STRAINED CRAHBEMY BEEF FREE Look! Hen* SAUCE STRIP CUP with each dozen tubes of ITARGGTI MASTITIS OINTMENT LEOERLE He>»'$ o combination offer lhal belp> you delect mastitis early — then stop it with the tops in mastitis treatment. With each dozen tubes of TARGOT MASTITIS OINTMENT, you get, FREE o heavy gauge, aluminum (plate- type) strip cup. Come in today for your supply of TARGOT ... 4 antibiotics (in- eluding fast-acting AUREO- MYCIN* Chlortetracycline) in a longer last ing, ointment base. The free strip cup offer is limited — better come in gnd get yours right away, •i/u<>»-Ma<k See our large c-d on page 14 of the Farm & Home Section ROBINSON PRODUCE Wesley — Algeria DOLE SLICED, NO, IflAT CASf.. DOLE CRUSHED, *DOLE 1 CRUSHED, 2 35* f ° 59* ° DOLE PINEAPPLE WE FILLIHC.^ * o ALOHA PINE APPLE JUICE, c SUPERB CRUSHED, 2 CAN. ,. c . StfP£V?0 \\\ SLICED,**.; SUPERB FRUITCOCKTAILv ,, . S(/PF/?fi W//0/.F SWEET POTATOES „ SUPERB FANCy PIE PUMPKIN >. 303 CAN. . . 39* 25' t- 25* RUSTIC SPICED CRABAPPLES SILVER L/LY iz-oj. JAK. STRAWBERRY PRESERVES UELC+i'S FRU/TO'THE VINE PURE CRAPE PRESERVES WOLFF'S MANZANILLA STUFFED OLIVES, WOLFF'S QUEEN OLIVES,, CRISP CRUNCHV DILL PICKLES.., „ 29* 31 29* 39 29* 25* BROWN and POWDERED ROCKWOOD'S MINIATURE CHOCOLATE CUJPS f * DUNCAN NINES CAKE MIXES ____perpkg. 23c BORDER'S WET MINCE Mf/fT 23-oj. 15 . 23c 53 YEIY[[TA 69 SHO-WHITE MARSH MALLOWS FRES« CRUNCHY PEANUT BRITTLE ,-«. 19 35 PKIOE8 GOOD THRU WBD., NOV. » WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES i CANNED Your Choice of Hind or Front Quarter To Be Given Away WCHfCS JoV/o Specidl Boneless DC Fatted Pre Cooked 3 IB. CAN 9ft Register Free at your Council Oak Store THIS PRICE GOOD THRU NOV. 23rd TENDER YOUNG TOM TURKEYS 16 to 20 LBS. OVEN-READY ORIOLE SLICED BACON'. ARMOUR'S * PURE PORK SAUSAGE One-Pound ROLL AnMOfH-S + BIG BOLOGNA GROUND BEEF ONT.Y ONE GRADE THE VERY BEST! 3 LBS. ALSO A WIDE VARIETY OF OTHER POULTRY (Subject to Stock on Hand) LB. TEXAS GOLDEN SWEET FINEST QUALITY GREEN PASCAL CELERY c: 2» 29c Booth'* LARGE STANDARD OYSTERS 12-Oz. Tin WASHED AND WAXED PONTIC POTATOES FLORIDA ORANGES SCOTT COUNTY CATSUP Strawberries 19c 10 OZ. CAN CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE Large Size 2 Doz. 14 02. BOTTLE

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