The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1955 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1955
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Mrs Claude Hosiess The evening circle" of the Mrst , Lutheran church met Tuesday evening Ivvith Mrs John Claude. Sewing Cliib Hostess 5 . (t - f Mia Leridra Hiltz,.was Hostess to ; the members of her sewing club: on Tuesday afternoon.' v< Slaii Muckeys Eniettain , Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey entertained the members of their Couple club Sundaj^ evening at their honie', SJcfit :was r played. Mts LaBatte Hostess" '. , Mrs' Rpb.ert LaBarre was hostess; to he/'sewirjg club on Monday evening! Mrs M.-C. Metcali was 'a guest. . " . ,'':':. Enjoy "Everting!put" Mr ..and Mrs Lloyd Pratt and Mr and Mrs Ray Cook drove to Fairmont, Minn., .Sunday and had supper at a club. Bridge Club Meets Mrs James .Burns entertained her bridge club Monday afternoon. Prizes were received by Mrs Fred Bartholomew and Mrs G. D. Brundage:.; . > Hosts AfPirtochle ' ,, Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman and Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig were-goests Saturday even' ing of Mr and Mrs\Ranny Leek The evening, was spent playing pinochle.' C. D. of A. Pot Luck Members of the C. D. of A. held a 6:30 o'clock po't luck dinner Tuesday evening honoring the Sisters of Presentation. Each member took a covered dish and a gift. r :. >•• Banns Of Marriage Banns of marriage have been pronounced for Walter Philip Eyerist of Galesburg, 111., and Virginia Lou Scanlan and for Daniel J. Shey and Jean Lois Balgeman. • • Mrs Burns Hostess Mrs J. D. Burns entertained. the member^ of her bridge club Monday afternoon. Mrs- Fred Bartholomew wdn the high score prize. Mrs G. D. Brundage low and Mrs Elizabeth Post won the cut prize. Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Harold Schildknecht was hostess to the .members of her bridge club Monday evening. High and second high scdre prizes were won by Mrs Ed Sindelar and' Mrs John Claude respectively. ' • At Golden Wedding ] , ' ! Mrs Inex Wolfe, Stella Mae Breen and Elva:-£wpldt drove tp Titonka Sunday- to attend 'the gokfen wedding -celebration of Mr and Mrs Oscar Miller. The Millers are former neighbors of Mrs Wolfe and Miss Breen when they lived at Titonka. / Birthday Party Mrs Emma Dreyer observed a birthday aniversary Tuesday and had as evening guests her family, Mrs Marie Dreyer, Marie and Janice of Burt, Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer, Mr and Mrs William Zumach, Mr and Mrs Robert Dreyer and -Mr and Mrs Ronald Stephens and the respective children. Weds At Clear Lake Cecil Ditsworfh, son of Mr and Mrs Harry Djtsworth of Algona, and Mary Ann Meier, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gus Meier of Swaledale, were married Nov. 0 at Clear Lake, and have now returned from their honeymoon to make their home. The pride is employed at the National Tea store in Clear Lake, and Mr Ditsworth is employed by the Chicago & Northwestern '' Rail* Wfly. •",.-' '.-,, i.'';., •'.". , , .Hallard Snyder "of: Algona was b^st ;man. ' June^D'itsworth, and M<ry Snyder, sister and nephew pf the bridegroom/were candle- lighters at the ceremony which took place at the Evangelical Free Church. -, , Joan Fain'.Weds ' ••'.''•</' Joan, daughter of Mr and Mrs ,M. H. Fain of Algona, became the-bdde of Vincent J, Bernardo, son of Mr and Mrs Vincent: Bernardo, Emmetsburg, in--a double ring 'ceremony, performed in' St. Cecelia's Catholic'Church, at 10 \a.mi Saturday, Nov. 19^ Father Harold Cooper officiated. : ! : The bride was.! attired in a ballerina length gown'of Chart- till/lace over satin and .wore a veil and headpiece of Chantilly lace with seed pearls^ and pearl earrings. 'She 'carried a white prayer book and a bouquet of red roses and streamers. Maid of honor was Jane 'Hicks and best man was Gene Thompson. Ushers were Homer Mileham, Jr. and Bill Fain and Bob MoMahon and" John .Hood served gfs acolytes. Mrs V. K. Rising was organist. > A wedding breakfast and rd- ception was held following the ceremony at the Johnson House with 85 guests in attendance. Mary Lou Clawson was in charge of -the guest book. The, new Mrs Bernardo is a graduate of Algona high sbhool, and has been employed as a secretary there since her graduation. The'; bridegroom graduated from Emmetsburg Catholic .high and attended Emmetsburg junior college. He will go into the army in the near future. The newlyweds traveled into Minnesota for their wedding trip. —o— Mr and Mrs Floyd Holi and children are spending Thanksgiving at Bradgate with Mr Holt's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Bernard Jacobs. Mr and Mrs George Balluff and family are ' at ^Hampton today, .(Thursday) , .for Thanksgiving dinner with Mr,Balluff's brother and sister-in-law, \ Mr and Mrs Winslow Balluff. i Mrs Norman Haneyik arrived Wednesday for a. visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz. She .is the former', Donna Rentz and she will remain here while her husband completes his boot training in the air force. At present, he is stationed at San Antonio. Mothers of ihe firsl graders ai LUcia Wallace school will meet Monday evening at the home of Mrs George ;Balluff. C ostumes for the room's Christmas program 'jwill be made. Mary Broderick is teacher/ *• Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson and children of Fort Dodge were recent dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Don Craft. The Hudsons are former Algona residents. Mr and Mrs Ray Muller, Wesley, Mr and Mrs Norbert Frideres, Bode, and Mr and Mrs Henry Pfeffer of St. Benedict spent from Thursday Nov. 10 until the following Monday at Wilmington, 111. where they visited Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muller. Lloyd is a brother of Ray Muller and of Mrs Frideres. The Pete Mullers of Whittemore stayed' at the Ray Muller home and Mr and Mrs Alex Eischen at the Pfeffers during their absences. Plan Skating Party Junior Chamber of Commerce is having a skating party Tuesday, Nov. 29 at ihe Star Skating Rink. All members and friends are invited to come and lunch will be' served. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Ex-Marine Is ftp A formertJ.S^Mai'ine sergeant, Jffeter C, JdrgMs'oJi, was nameH to M -the; Vficariey' on the Algoha police . aepa'tttrtent by Mayor B P. Richardson Monday. . , Bob Diekmann JOINS BILL ZIMMERMAN'S DISTRICT AGENCY I As A Special Agent For The NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO, OF MILWAUKEE, WIS. OVEB $7,750,000,000 OF LIFE INSURANCE IN FORCE- low* Si*te Bank BWg. k Phon* 60-W Jorgensort, 22, a former fc'sf- dent of Ledyafd, will join the force not later that! Dec, 10; fbl* lowing, cotnplefiori o£ hi* ,eiti* ployrrieiit at Jack's Tire Shop here. "" . .. : • ..- : ,? : .;The new officer IS ; -.6'l'V aHd weighs 190, and w^l, Wl tHe vacancy created wnen of.ficC) Leo Gounley, 39, died-Nov. ,8. He was ' awarded fiv'e •deeotatldns and medals and saw service in Korea. Jorgenson received his discharge in March and has lived in.Algona since that time. Mayor Richardson made the appointment following receipt of written statements from various residents in the county and a personal interview with Jorgenson. IF IT'S N£WS WE WAWT It Ledyard*Wesley Cagers Split Ledyard and Wesley shared a twin bill at Ledyitfd Friday night,' the home boys winning, 56-51, after the girls fell, 44-43. Charlene Downs Counted 22 points for Wesley and Doris Thursday, Nov. 24' 1955 AJgona (la.) Upper De» Moines-3 Goetz 20 for Ledyard in the tight girls game. Dennis Knoner pumped in 27 tallies as Ledyai-d took the boys game after trtliling at the three- quarter mark, 50-42. Tom Root topped Wesley with 14. Mr and Mrs Jesse Blancharcl entertained a card party Sunday evening. , Guests were Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen, Mr rind Mrs Ronold Christcnson, Mr and Mrs Jim Larson, Mr and Mrs Merton Larson, and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Jackson. SANTA Says: "BIG DOINGS AT CONSUMERS!" WRIST WATCH! jusf Register Your Name at Consumers Yes sireeeeee! That's right),' folks! This beautiful men's wrist watch will go to some lucky person at our close of business on SATURDAY! . . . and all you have to do is .register your name at CONSUMERS (no purchase necessary and you don't have to be present to win .when the cards are drawn). Don't miss it!, .'"'"., hie yourselves td CONSUMERS and register your name right now) VALUE - $49.95 Always Plenty of FREE PARKING SPACE at CONSUMERS! WITH PURCHASE DOZEN'PJL'AIN DOUGHNUTS AT 33c Z < u cans 39c MEDIUM 2-LB. BAG 49<S BBBBBB CUDAHY SLICED NO. 2</2 CANS PINEAPPLE HUNT'S (HEAVY SYRUP) APRICOTS.. HUNT'S (SLICED OR PEACHES 3 cans 3 cans 2Vi CANS . 2 for 69c .. 59c LIQUID LUX GIANT LIQUID LUX REG. SIZE BREEZE 27c GIANT SIZE BREEZE 69c REG. SIZE SURF 25c GIANT SIZE SURF 59c FULLY-COOKED READY TO EAT SWIFT'S Just Brown 'n Serve SAUSAGES c Heat Thjree Minutes 49 IT'S "TOP QUALITY!" Round or Sirloin SHORT RIBS OF BEEF PORK NECK BONES Lbs. for BEEF QUARTERS For Sale At All Times / Register, Your Name at Consumers For This Beautiful Watch NOW! YOU GET "GREEN STAMPS" HERE FANCY GREAT NORTHERN BEANS*29c HUMPTY-DUMPTY FULL POUND CAN FLORIDA JUICE ORANGES 2doz.49c LARGE SIZE GRAPEFRUIT.... 10 for 49c JONATHON OR DELICIOUS APPLES ....4lbs. We We CONSUM PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE SUPER MARKET PLENTY OF FREE PARKING SPACE

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