The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1955 · Page 13
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At Illlllliy . . distrie't ; .-. Youth ? Fellowship Stilly of thfeiMetMiJ^Held Ijere Sllri- ,,. :£uVlrnf!,;t:; Algbna, -West Bend,; Gbtia^HSpi, ;; find Livermore.'" v {; :, :i ., • ;-. \ .•_.-...• ..-.,,•;•'• , BigKt^ rtiembfefs attended 'the rjjlly.; A program was put on in the afternoon 's and evening. A Supper was served by the mothers .of the 'Liyermore youth members. ;• '• • . jusl 'To* fan.tJiub The Just Ftir Fun Club members spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of Lenk Altman Mth Mrs 'jessamine ; Miller <a guest. Auction' bridge wad ;the vafter- nbon's entertalMrhents'jHigh , prize Mrs.. Eli for- bridge went td Gronbach, second .inser to Mrs . NATIONAL FARMERS UNION ENTERS IOWA! Agricultural* In tr6uble. Sarioui Iroilbl*. That's why National Farmari Union Is , -entering Iowa, We believe jha strangth of Iowa farmers added to the strength of National Farmars Union members In 27 pth»r statas will assure success in the fight for '« pr&iparoui agriculture. In some statas, like Illinois, National Farmers Union Is new. In o t h e r s, like Oklahoma, it's older than, the state itself. National Farmers, Union believes that all reasonably diligent > farm families should have the opportunity to earn 100 percent of parity 'income —regardless of the commodity they produce. 1 National Farmars Union has .believed .in- 100 percent of parity for a long time. We've fought for It juit as long. Very soon one of your neighbors Will ask you to join National Farmers Union. It will be an important^ question. [For {he sake «fj I American agriculture, ] [we hope your answer will be yes.' Attna Welter, and travel [fig prise Clifford 'Baker. ' .7;; . , hbnte -20th Tuesday. afternodfi 'W.-'tfte hostess, Mrs K pf etidfent, conducted tpetifigY Anna Altttiallf ; ft gue*sv gave ^ a book' review^ Mi's Rase 'Smith was ;als6 '''. Edward Johns.on who recently left:-- for "service- Wa.s .inducted Great* kakeVlll.; He.is^he: idn it Mr? and Mrs Carl V. JohhSb'hr His friend Ralph Kraiige fofifrH erly of Bode, who left with him, was ihdUcted into thfe ar'rti'y and Was sent lp Camp Chalffe'd, Ark. * Mr 'and Mrs Hbwa¥d '•. McCrady received word that their daughter, Margaret McCrady, who is in the navy stationed at San Diegb,- Calif., wa$ "promoted to a third class petty officer Nov. 17. Dinner guests Sunday -fit the JV F. ttamm home were \Mr and Mrs J. Burlingham of Nora SpHngs and Dora Hamm of : Long Beach, Calif. ' •,'.- —i Mr and Mrs O. J. Cayoii ire* turned " home Sunday eVe'ning from Stillwater, Minn., where Jhe/ spent a f,ew days visiting Mr Cayou's relatives. '.,-.' 'Mr and' Mrs James Hughes spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the home, of their daughter, Mrs Harold Hunt, in Algona. Mrs Hunt, suffered some bad burns on her face, chest, and arms Vhen the oven of 'her gas stove .exploded. Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt and Marilyn were Sunday dinner guests at trie John fceimet home. j- Mrs Anna Berte > and Agnes Berte visited friends in Ft. Dodge Wednesday. ..•..'• Mr and Mrs Howard McCrady received word that their son, Pvt. Robert McCrady, arrived in Korea, Oct. 28. Mr and Mrs Vernol Opheim of Bode were Saturday evening visitors at the-Art Vaudt home. Mr and Mrs Donald Berryhill and daughter of Duluth, Minn., spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Gale Berryhill, • Charles Bordwell, who has been stationed in Africa, is spending a furlough here with his .parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Bordwell. .Mr and Mrs Rudy Harig and son were Sunday evening supper guests with Mrs Harig's mother in Algona. Mr and Mrs Fred Erpelding* and Mr and Mrs Frank Erpelding of Watkins, Minn, were Thursday visitors at the Geerge Lenertz home. . Henry Smith, who makes his home with Mr and Mrs Cecil Smith, -is a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Ft. podge. . William Murray suffered a heart attack at his home Wednesday evefting and was taken/ to the Mercy hospital in Ft. Dodge. Mrs" John, Renquist and' infant ''daughter! Jxirh f "at Mercy' (hospital in Ft. Dodge have returned home: Guests Saturday evening and, Sunday- at the Ralph Kenne home were Mr and Mrs Ralph Morrissy and five children , of Ryan, la. Mrs Howard Barton and infant daughter born at St. Ann hospital in Algona Tuesday have .Jrs .Oscar OTsSn, Mr a dirt OlSdft, Mfr Johfi and \tijfl H&ftelP"last week v Surtda"i evening,; tfY help him celewatenJs . ;df If Gfonbach Jftai tized"•.^Stinday ? ; morninl • at the Luthefatt dfiui'ch in LuVerne. She P&mela Sue, ••Sp6H» sbff ^lytfjMat*^' C-fOnbach ahd "gbna. »t talned Ifnpttrted.1 Linens fatty hisme IPridly eve|ilftgi ,- :j tA niimb'ir of relatives Weftt.W, the.hom'e of Mrs Magn'uS ErdWitfh Thursday evening to hel&. Mr| Erdman celebrate her birthday. The April40ctober committee of the Sacred Heart Guild entertained 'at a cfird party in the parish Hall Wednesday evening. High prize itf bridge went to Mi's .Richbrd MoKentta high, in five hundred win't to Mrs Ray McCoy artd the traveling Jirize to , efrtshments were served by th'e eottmittee; . with Mi-s Arnold 'chairman. . M/ 1m* :MrS tendfed ; th it . M6€f*nelit Mjuf ' '^t lasl Tuesday at the Roy fiierle hofflf A .bazaai 1 was held . with RaynfoM Laftbs ih tfteetfifi* ,will be a Att. NEWS By Mrs Clarenee Kraft Mr and: Mrs Leo Ramus an3 family, Mr and Mrs Otto Harlan Visited Sunday evening at Geo. tee 'home in AlgoYia. Geofge Ramus, brother of Leo, was-a pheasant hunter here Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ralph Riedel and. Curtis 'Of Ringsted visited Suh T day at the C. E. Householder home. , Mrs Woodrow Pettit, Peggy and Ricky were also callers there. • . . . ' ' Mr- and Mrs Milton Marlow and family were dinner guests Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs Mary Schiltz at Bancroft. Lone Rock basketball/teams played at Armstrong last Friday evening. The girls lost 45-47, boys won 57-44. Nov. 18th Lone Rock will play Dolliver there. First, home game will be Nov. 22 with Gruver. Ernest Jensen attended a tax school at Iowa City from Monday till Wednesday. Mrs Jensen accompanied him as far as Muscatine where she visited Mr and Mrs William Marlow and Mr and Mrs Stanley Howe. Mr and Mrs Dale Sehroeder and Susan called Sunday on Mrs Kate Sehroeder 'at Fen ton. Mr and Mrs Owen 'Bet-how were Thursday dinner, guests ai the Rays Webb fcpme^ia^Hum- fcoldt. ! Safdrday'Ralph arW"'Bob Smith and friends, visited here to do some hunting. ' Mr and Mrs Frank Richards spent bvernite Friday at the home of her. mother, Mrs Alfred Ditsworth at Bancroft. Mrs Gene Norman of Seattle, Wash., Mrs Ruby Sanden of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Will Brown Chums Chums "h%a 'el Hall" with fieanne Eisehbarth ahd Theresa Thllges as hosts. Mothers Were guests. There we're 23 |lrls present. Thuriday, Nov. 24. 1955 '", Algena (la.) Upper bos MolnM~7 Cold as It is, Reinbeck folk's I electors voted )h favor of a $40,swimming , thinking about hekt summer. 000 bond issue for a At the recent city election the J pool. If Your faht daughter fef Mr aftd MrsvW, bert Arriddrf&fv: >waS „ baptized Friday evening, JNbv/, 11,; by Father C, A. Ahmahh. MOM Mi's Charles ttordstrorh'. of Emmets* burg tyer"e'her sp6ns6rs.\ They were also dinner; Juests 6f Mr; and Mi-s Magniis Rahm 'oh Friday evening. Mrs Arndorfer has been at the home of her parents, the Magnus Rahms after..'leaving the 'hospital. Little "Karla Kde was born on her sister DebraS birthday and aKso baptized the same 'day. , Diane kahm, and Keith Graves of lies Moihes spent the week;* end 'at-the Magnus Rahm home. On Sunday Mr and Mrs ••Char*, les Grave's of Altooha were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Magnus Rahm. Also present we're'Mr and Mrs Joe Rahm of Algona, Mr arid Mrs Robert Arndorfer, Debra and Karla.' ' '•, Mr and Mrs Roy Pickens of Storm Laie, Mr and \ Mrs Deane Cole, their daughter, and son-in- law, also" their nieice, Marlene Arndorfer who' is Mrs Dorothy; Arndbrfer's daughter, came with them. They all visited at the home of Marlene's mother, Dorothy Arndorfer of St. Benedict the afternoon, Mrs Roy PickenS, Dorothy/and Marlene motored to Garner to Visit Sister De Sales, 1 who is a. sister of Mrs Pickens- and a sister-in-law of Dorothy's; Deane .Cole and. Roy spent the afternoon at the Nick Arndorfer home. Mr and Mrs Tony Brown became parents of their third daughter on Veteran's Day. They also have a son. ... Mr and Mrs Albert Bprmann called at the MagriiicRahm home on Wednesday '•: evenihg, / to .xyis" 1 ' Mr and Mrs Bob Arndorfer;fciu. r to make the acquaintance" of theiKJti new little daughter Karla, whpj'" ; was born to Bob and Marilyn o- 1 ' Nov. 1. ". The Philip Arndorfer far.,.,., , palled on the Jack Ludwigs.Sun^l day evening, : • - : ru^i "** . |:» "FARMERS •• , FoiTtoe'^past Jfive years, imei, ber's of the Polk City , Kiwaftis club have operated a farm, with the proceeds going directly' to the underprivileged children's farm. The project has been quite, successful. They started with; qi 40-acre tract and. this year are farming 100 acres. And they've netted $10,000 in five years. Picked but L-O-O-K, Folks!!! Just one more i WESTERN AUTO Now Open With Loads Of Toys For AH! We're Santa's 'Headquarters 1 For Sure This Year! And In A New And More Convenient location ! HERE AT WESTERN AUTO YQUat FIND THE LARGEST' AND FINEST QUAMTY DOU SELECTION AT LOWER PRICES FOR , QUALITY MiRCHANPISE I Everythinfj from fleshing, gleeming biey?l»* t9 miniflture wheel toys i . • • svwythina from sppriiflB 8<»eP* to stuffeitoys . . • yes, «verythinq qnd thfp fpme now ready (»t your Western AMto Store in Algpngl Come in this week arid browse orpwnd, and remember Small Deposit Holds Any Purcha?© On OMr ChrUtmos lay-AwaV Wan Wf§T OF IOWA STATE BANK COME IN AND LOOK US OVER ON All- THREE BIG FLOORS! Then Select The Furniture Of Your Choice And It May Come To You -r. mm If Your Name Is Picked by The New Algona Mayor on Friday Kite, December 2, YOUR CHRISTMAS DESIRE JUST ONE MORI WiiK TO REGISTER . . . after you have « selected '.'Your Christmqs Desire" from any of the furniture on Bjustrom's three big-jam-patked floors! And don't fret over that Christmas gift problem ... for here under one roof on three floors is the biggest selection of "Home Gifts" in this area! Head for Bjustrom's Furniture . . . look us over . . . then select "Your Christmas Desire". JUST ONE MORE WEEK TO REGISTER! iii i IF U R N IT U R E

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