The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 24, 1955 · Page 28
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1955
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«,-',, *<; %*«*. (lo.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, Nov. 24. 1955 '' Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman .spent Thanksgiving day at Fcn- ?ton \\.th Mrs Lowman's mother •Mrs Katie Schroder. Mr and Mrs Bob Williams' /Thanksgiving dinner guests are 4heii parents, Mr and Mrs Lloyd •'"Murkcy and Chet Williams. Mr and Mrs Robert Munger and family were at Spenwr Thanksgiving day, guests of Mr Munger's mother, Mrs Neva Munger. Dave Ziitritsch, son of Mr and Mrs E. H. Zittritsch came from Iowa State Teachers college and -sprnt the Thanksgiving holiday with his parents. Mr and Mrs Mall Selzer have MP their dinner guests today, (Thursday) their son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Bob Sel- ZCT and daughter of Ames. Mr and Mrs G. C. Barion are spending Thanksgiving at Webb, Iowa where they are guests of Mrs Barton's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs J. R. Cook. YES DEC. 5th Mr and Mrs Lyle Davis speni Thanksgiving at Fort Dodge with Mr and Mrs Oliver Davis, parents of the former. Mr and Mrs Lee Vander Waal will have Mr and Mrs Dick Taylor, of Iowa City as dinner guests Saturday evening. Delores Woilo, a leacher al Mason City spent her Thanksgiving holiday here with her mother, Mrs Laura Woito. Mrs Inez Wolfe spent a week of her vacation time at St. Louis. Mo., recently with a nephew and his wife. Mr and Mrs James Welch. En route home she stopped at Fairfiold to visit. Mr and Mrs Alfred Grill wenl to Collegeville. Minn., last Monday to see their son, Al. who is a senior in St. John's prep school. They attended a play in which Al had a part. Mr and Mrs William Barry, Jr., h a v e as their Thanksgiving guests. Mr and Mrs William Barry, Sr. and Mr and Mrs Roy Berrie and Phillip, Roseanne and David of Mason City. Charles Lawson, Wava Woodward and the Lawsnn children, Lee. Colleen and .Eileen are spending the holiday in Mason City with Miss Woodward's parents. Mr and Mrs J. H. Woodward. Mr and Mrs Jack Lauer and Mr and. .Mrs Vern Munson and son, Mick, were- guests of the A. M. Anderson's last Sunday. The men attended the Izaak Walton League trap shoot and hunted pheasants in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs Darrell Zenor had as dinner guests Sunday Ihe lal- ter's brother-in-law and sisler, Mr and Mrs Douglas Algne and son Michael, of Buncombe. Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Zenor were Mrs Zenor's parents and brother and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Wayne Hansen had as Thanksgiving guests the form er's parents and brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Melvin Hansen and Mr and Mrs Morris Hansen and Mr and Mrs Ambrose De Wantz, of Blue Earth, Minn., and Mrs Hanson's parents, Mr and Mrs Oliver Bakken. Dr. and Mrs R. A. Evans had as guests Wednesday their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Wallace Evans of Crawfprdsville, and daughter, Janet, a student at the Iowa State college, Ames. Thanksgiving day all drove to Sioux Falls, S. D. to be with the Dr. Evans son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ralph Tingley. Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrecht entertained at a family dinner Thanksgiving. Mrs William Foth and children Billie and Mary Lee spent Sun- May at Wesley with her mother, Mrs Irene Studer. Mr and Mrs Harold Keesee spent Thanksgiving at Jewel with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Royce Kcese. Mr an.d Mrs O. B. Kinden spent Thanksgiving day at Ventura with the former's parents. Mr and Mrs J. B. Kinden. Mr and Mrs Milton Bebo had as Thanksgiving weekend guest Mrs Bebo's father, Walter Pearsley, of Flandreau, S. D. Mrs Emma Dreyer had as dinner guests Thanksgiving her son- in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Carl Anliker. of Huxley. Mrs Frank Hofius is al Mason City having a check-up at the Park hospital clinic. She went there last week Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Donald Jorgenson had the former's parents. Mr and Mrs Georgia Jorgenson. of Fenton as dinner guests Thursday. Mr and Mrs Claylon Bilyeu were dinner guests Thursday of the latter's parents, Mr and "Mrs Lars Johnson at Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Delbert Sankey of Garner. They were accompanied by Perry's mother. Mrs Rebecca Lowmari. Mr and Mrs C. M. Whitehill nro staying at the farm home of their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Harold Angus "near Burl while they are on a two weeks vacation at Phoenix, Ariz. Mr and Mrs Peter Halsrud were visited last weekend by their daughter - in - law, Mrs Walter Halsrud and daughter Candice, of Wellington, Kan. Mrs Halsrud was accompanied home* by her mother, Mrs Minnie Hines" who will remain there until Christmas. Mrs Jess Manor has been confined to bed the past few weeks with hepatitis. She has been cared for by her mother Mrs Tilden Johnson, of Des Moines and an aunt, Mrs Imga White, also of Des Moines, who is still with her. Mrs Manor is up and around a little now. Mr and Mrs Owen "Jack" Booth went to Carroll for Thanksgiving with the parents, Mr and Mrs William Booth. They also visited Mrs Booth's brothers and sisters-in-law, and were joined by her brother-in-law and sister. Mrs Booth and five year-old daughter Karen recently returned from Iowa City where ' Karen spent ten days being checked at the University hospital clinic. Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson have been visited by the former's sisters, Mrs Mary Pratt, of Long Beach, Calif., Mrs Emma Hager, of Alden and Mrs Clara Thisscn of Milton, Wis. They came to attend the Golden wedding anniversary Sunday of the women's brother and sister-in-in- law, Mr and Mrs Will Cosgrove at Wesley. Mrs Pratt and Mrs Hager went to Wesley Monday and Mrs Pratt will return home with Mrs Hager for a visit. WEEK- ECIA GOLD MEDAL FLOUR.... 50 Ib. bag $3 39 HI-C ORANGE JUICE....46oz.can 25c BLUE RIBBON OLEO...... 2 Ibs. for 29c SUGAR.. 10 Ib. bag only 89c PERCH FILLETS llb.pkg. 29c GRAPE FRUIT Large Size.... 6 for 29c [ONIONS Yellow 1fllb.bag 29c POTATOES Washed & Waxed ..10 Ibs. 29c BRITT BOLOGNA......... 11b. ring 39 C BACON Mulberry Sliced ...llb.pkg. 29c PICNIC Rath Fully Cooked....... Ib. 35c GROUND BEEF - THE BEST 3LBS.87$ Mrs Jerry Hardgrove entertained a few friends Saturday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. Mr and Mrs Hick Fabf iiio spent the weekend at Guttenberg with Mr and Mrs Robert Pousch, former residents here. Mrs William Bestenlehner, Mrs Charles Hardgrove and Mrs James Allen spent Tuesday at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Leon Bilyeu were dinner guests Thursday of Mr and Mrs Raymond Wessels at Buffalo Center.. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Parrish and family were dinner guests Thanksgiving of Mr and Mrs Arthur Gates at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Glenn Main had Mr and Mrs George''Becker, of Burl and Mr and Mrs Martin Becker as Thanksgiving dinner guests. Mr and Mrs Robert Munger and family drove to Carroll Sunday to spend the day with Mrs Mungor's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Jack Herweg., Mrs John Folh spent the weekend at Des Moines with her hus-> band, a patient at the Veterans hospital. He has been there six weeks receiving treatment and it is expected he will be able to come home in another week. Mr and Mrs Charles Hardgrove and Kitty and Virginia went to Davenport Wednesday to visit Mrs Hnrdgrove's parents, Mr and Mrs Max Miller. Mr and Mrs Donald Biersiedt were Thanksgiving dinner guests of the former's mother and husband, Mr and Mrs C. Behrends at Lone Rock. Mrs Belle Black and 'her son Hugh have been visited by the former's daughter, Lucille, who is employed at San Antonio, Tex., with an air lines company. Mr and Mrs C. H. Clement had their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Grant Gerling and daughter Christine, of Mediapolis as Thanksgiving day guests. Mr and Mrs Clait Thomas and son, Randy are attendmg a family dinner today, (Thursday) at the home of Mrs Thomas' brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs A. G. Cannella at Mason City. Mr and Mrs Herman Warmbier, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Wayne Warmbier and Terry, of LuVerne, returned Sunday from a two weeks visit at San Antonio, Tex., with the senior Warmbicr's daughter, Arleen. Mr and Mrs A. J. Klooster drove to Cedar Falls Wednesday and brought home their daughter Janice and Dorothy Hagg, student at the Iowa State Teachers college. The girls will spend the Thanksgiving holiday with their parents. Dorothy is a daughter of MY and Mrs Ed Hagg. Mrs D. H. Teeler has received word of the birth of a son' to Mr and Mrs Harold Teeler, former residents here now living at Sioux City. This is the first child and he was born Sunday, Nov. 20 and is a great-grandson of Mrs Teeter. Dr. and Mrs J. B. Winkel, the latter's parents Mr and Mrs Frank Capesius, Dr. and Mrs E. J. Capesius, of Whitternore, and Mr ynd Mrs L. W. Hurley, of Mason City were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr and Mrs James Turnbane at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs A. L. Long, of Davenport came Monday and remained until Wednesday visiting relatives and friends. From here they went to Cedar Rapids to spend Thanksgiving with Mi- Long's son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Jack Long. Mr and Mrs Willis Colwell and family were Sunday dinner guests of the Rev. and "Mrs Lewis Pruel. Rev, Prtiel is the new District Superintendent of Ihe Melhodisl church here and once held a pastorate at Mrs Colwell's girlhood home, Clarion. Marilyn and Shirley Lowman spent .the Thanksgiving holiday with their parents, Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman. Marilyn is a student at the Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls and Shirley is attending the Broadlawns school of nursing at Des Moines. Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick have had a ten day visit from their son. "Michael, who is at Boiling air base, Washington, D. C. He was accompanied by a friend whose home is at Vail. Dr. and Mrs Kenefick spent Sunday at Eagle Grove with the doctor's brother and sister-in-law and sister Naomi. , Mr and Mrs Dick Post and Mrs Elizabeth Post are entertaining at a Zitlritsch family dinner Thanksgiving., Helen Ziltritsch was met Tuesday at Fort Dodge by Mr and Mrs Jim Kelley and will be here for a visit of several weeks with her mother, Mrs Mary Zittritsch and other relatives. Helen lives at Huntinglon Park, Calif. Mrs Craig Smith has returned from a visit of several weeks with her sisters in Chicago and New York City. The sister, Ruth. Mrs Bob Corcoran, accompanied Mrs Smith from New Y-ork to Chicago where they enjoyed a reunion with the/ other sisters. Mr Corcorpn is a writer on the new television show, "Wide, Wide World." VANDALS Three rural schools in the North Township, near Manchester, have been wrecked by vandals. Windows were broken, desks ancj stoves overturned and books scattered about. Hogcm, Kisch Nuptials, Nov. 16 Whillemoffe—Robert Hognn of Whittcmorc and Mrs Clara Kisdi nf West Bend wore united in marriage Wednesday morning, Nov. 16, at 8 a.m. at Pomeroy. Rev. Louis Groving officiating at the nuptiaj mass. Their attendants were Mr and Mrs John C. Collins of West Bend. The bride was attired in n soldier blue dress willv wodgcbluc accessories and Mrs Collins wore a sky blue dress with navy blue accessories. Both wore while gloves and carried white rosaries and wore red roses corsages. A dinner for the immediate family was served at the bride's home and after a short wedding trip they will live on the bridegroom's farm, four miles southeast of Whittemorc. Union Family Night Union 4-M girls held a family night. Nov. 9, at the Good Hope Community rooms, with 14 members and'a large number of visitors present. Installation of Officers was held by the 4-H club. The regular club meeting was held Nfiv. 14 at the home of Retha Wyatt. YOUR STORE For 1 i en's and Boy's Gifts Like It In A "Hub" Gift Box! r THE BRANDS HE LIKES - -•'*, . . . •^ McGregor Sportswear •^ Van Heusen Shirts * Superba Neckwear •^r Wembley Cravats ^ Swank Jewelry ^ Seaforth Toiletries "k Pioneer Belts ^ Samonsite Luggage * Michaels-Stern Suits ^ Alpagora Coats ^ Tom Sawyer Shirts ^ Lee Rider Denims ^r Sea Island Sportswear — and many others! It's bound to be a "Merry Christmas" for those men and boys of yours if you do their gift-selecting at the HUB! For here at this store, we specialize in the very things men and boys want, like, and would in fact choose for themselves. Righ* now, too, the HUB is packed and crammed from front to rear with hundreds of the most welcome of masculine gift items . . . and we carefully and painstakingly help you in your choice of gifts for men and boysl That's why so many always say at Christmas-time: "I'm giving him something from the HUB!" . Gifts beautifully boxed for your convenience and at no extra charge. ./r "WILLIAMS ALQQNA.IQWA X

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