The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 37
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 37

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
Page 37
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AROUND ALGONA' Mfs L. J. Cassel entertained linr bridge club Wednesday even- Xi Jti, Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma TPhi will hold a sale of doll clothes all day Friday ;it the Pennov Store. Mr and Mrs Jens Sorenson have puiTha.sed the John Dunn house on Nebraska street. Mr and Mrs Dunn and their four children plan to move to California about Jan. 15 where it is hoped the climate will benefit Mrs Dunn's health. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Rienders had as their guests Sunday, Mrs Riender's br'otner-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Robert DeHaan and twin Sons of Orange City. —o— Mr and Mrs Willis Colwell were visited recently by Mrs Colwell's mother, Mrs O. G. Day of Clarion and her aunt, Mrs Mabel Hill of Williams. Thursday all were Thanksgiving dinner guest of Mr and Mrs H. M. Colwell. Mrs J. P. Smith was hostess to the Happy Birthday club at her home on Tuesday afternoon. —0—' Mr and Mrs Craig Vinson and Tom, Jane and Peggy of Rock Rapids spent Monday here with Mr Vinson's mother and husband, Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl. Other guests from Thursday until Sunday of last wtek were the grandsons, bob and John Pratt if Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs ft. M. Colwell went to Adel on Saturday for the weekend with their son-in- law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs Harold Bnnwart. -^o— Mr and Mrs Bob LaBarre and three children spent, the weekend in Milwaukee with Mrs LaBarre's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Jim Morris. The men attended the pro football game in Chirago on Sunday afternoon. Mrs John Deim was hostess to the members of the Hobby Club Wednesday afternoon at her home. Mr and Mrs Clair Thomas and son, Randy, went to Mason City Saturday and spent the night with Mrs Thomas' parents. Sunday they went to Des Moines to attend an appliance dealers' meeting, the little son remaining with his f/andparents. Thursday, December t, 1955 Algeria (la.) Upper 0e$ Moirtes-3 Mrs R. M. Phillips arid David and John went to Corning on F'riday whore they visited her father. Mr Turner and attended funeral rites for an uncle. —o— Mr and Mrs Bill Foth entertained at a family dinner on Sunday. Timmy Clark was celebrating his birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Mvrwin Dim- ond and family of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Homer Clark and family, Mr :ir.d Mrs Frank Stebritz and Tom Stebritz. The annual Cub Scout carnival was held Tuesday evening in Lucia Wallace gym. The various Dens had game booths with proceeds being donated to tho Scout overseas fund. Know Your Government Grades Of Beef! In order of quality, they we: U.S. PRIME » U.S. CHOICE U.S. GOOD U.S. COMMERCIAL GOVT.-GRADED U. S. CHOICE HINDS SIDES GOVT.-GRADED U. S. CHOICE GOVT.-GRADED U. S. CHOICE Don't misinterpret such phrasing a • -Choice Cuts" for "U.S. Choice" grade. Your Partway Market handles on 1 , U.S. Choice . . except on special order. It assures you'of a tender cut of beef every- time you make a purchase. U. S. CHOICE-GRADE Beef-Roast SALAD BOWL SALAD DRESSiNG Quart Jar QUICK COOKING MACRONI CREAMETTES 2 Lb. Box HUMPTY DUMPTY SALMON 1 Lb. Can MEADOWLAKE MARGAR Lbs. PATH'S RACORN f •. r 9; Our guarantee . . "Everx purchase MUST please you or your full purchase price refunded," CHEESE PORK-STEAK BIG BOLOGNA PERCH PORK SAUSAGE Cheddar AIL Meat Fresh Frozen Fillet Country Style Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. Lb. FRANCO AMERICAN SPAGHETTI 2 MA BROWN ASSORTED PRESERVES 12 oz. Jars WHITE HULLESS POP CORN Lb. Bag SUNSHINE HI-HO CRACKERS 1 Lb. Box NABISCO OYSTER CRACKERS 1 Lb. Box A-1 BRAND TOILET TISSUE 4 Roll Pack SHORTENING 3Lb. Can NEW IMPROVED FOR DISHES JOY 2 Reg. Bottles FOR WHITE WASHES TIDE Giant Pkg. 59$ NEW BLUE Cheer Giant Pkg, iiiw ig. II Ho =o =o = mo Annual Gift Event NO COUPON - NO ENTRY FEE NO HANDLING CHARGE Just Bring Your Child To Our Store FREE £'! ROSE CRIOUX No. 2!/2 Cans FLORIDA SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT 6 for 19C One Beautiful 5x17 Vignette ENLARGED PORTRAIT OF YOUR CHILD Age Limt 1 Month to 7 Ye^rs or Group of Children Just so that One is under 7 years of age. • From 10:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. December 2nd & 3rd :M^amoaoAaoo.a»oa»aa£«K^^ , i!lll!llllll|||||!!l!!lll!l!llllll!llllllllllll!lilHIBI!l!!llill!!llllinillll!lllllll»^ WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES LUNCHEON MEAT SNACK 2' 59$ GOLD MEDAL 50 Lb. Bag WHITE KLEENEX Larger Box ftf

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