The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 2
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/ ' (ttt.) Upper Des Moin*s Thursday, D«*rttli*r !5, 1955 Visit At Mr and Mrs Mai-c Moovc wore nt Ricoyille Sunday to be with Mrs Moore's father, George Steinmetz. Altcnd Anniversary Mr and Mrs AUvin Huenhold attended the 25th wedding anniversary celebration Sunday at Bode for Mr and Mrs Ernest Ellingson. Mrs IrelAn Mosiess Mrs W. C. Irelan entertained the members of her birthday club Tuesday afternoon, the anniversary of Mrs W. J. Fuller was observed. At Anniversary Party Mrs John Hopkins nnd daughters Pamela and Patricia spent Sunday at Whitt fern ore with Mr? Hopkins' parents, Mr and Mrs Richard Pptratz. Mr Potratz was observing a birthday anniversary. Needles it Pins The "Needles and Pins" sewing club met Tuesday with Mr Max Bartholomew. This was a Christmas party and gifts were exchanged. Naomi Circle The Naomi circle meets Friday afternoon, with Mrs A. W. Bc- hrends. This is a Christmas party and there will be an exchange of gifts. Card Club Hostess Mrs Leo Thilges entertained the members of her card club last week Wednesday. This week the club met with Mrs George Kohl. Trip To Mississippi Mr and Mrs Kyle Keith have gone to Columbus, Miss., on a business trip. During their absence the two children arc staying with the paternal grandmother, Mrs Clare Keith, \eomfoftf& fifi Knitted To Fit For Greater Foot Comfort oprs. *2.25 turkey Dinner The Royal Neighbor Lodge met Wednesday evening. The regular fneetiftg was proceeded by a turkey dinner and gift exchange. Host To Parents Mrs A. M. Quintard's pupils, the fiftli graders at Bryant, entertained the parents at R pot luck supper Friday at Mr and Mrs Chet Cook's. The time was spent socially. Girl Scout Hostess Diane Reilly was ho.-tess to hei Girl Scout troop G members Monday after school at the home of her mother, Mrs Wm. Funk. Mrs Willis Marshall is the leader and assistants are Mrs Al Agena and Mrs Funk. Games were played, gifts exchanged and lunch served. Hosts At Dinner Mr and Mrs Webster Gillespio entertained Mrs Selma Godfredson of Buffalo, Mo., and Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips at dinner Thursday evening (today) Mrs Godfreclson is leaving the 17th for Sioux City to visit her son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mr? William Bradbury. From there she \v;ill go to Santa Monica to visit her son Kenneth and family and Reseda to visit her daughter, Mrs J. T. Lumlstrom. Mrs Hovey Hostess Mrs L. E. Hovey was hostess' to the members of her card club last week Wednesday evening. There was an exchange of gifts. Mrs I^red Geigel was a gft%l and received a prize. The hijp and low score prize winner's' were' Mrs Pearl Potter and Mrs William Dau Sr., respectively. Hostess At Dinner Mrs Frank Ostrum entertained the members of her birthday club at dinner Saturday evening. Mrs Tim O'Brien and Mrs Frank Vera were guests. Court Whist was played and the: high score prize was won by Mrs N. Van Allen. Airs O'Brien won the low score prize. D.A.R. Xmas Parly The D.A.R. society met Tuesday with Leota Geigel, 35 members being present. She was assisted by Clare Keith, Opal Bourne, Mabel Paxson and Zada Naudain. Elvira Monlux gave a talk on Christmas customs in Sweden with an illustrating hymn sung in the Swedish language by Opal Bourne whif also sang two French Christmas carols. Margaret Durant read Christmas selections. Mrs Monlux brought a Christmas Star from Sweden where she spent a year some time ago and this was used along with other holiday decorations. laftf Lewis to Wed , Miss Jane Ruann Lewis, dau- ffitSt of Mr and Mrs Jerry M. Lewis of Algona, who$£ ertgftge- rfieht 1o Mr James Gofdorv Bfug-' rn'Snv son of Mfsi Katf Briigman' Sftd- the late Mr Bfugrrian 6f Sioux Rapids, has been announced, The marriage will take place Dec. 31 in- the Regular Baptist Church in the presence of the immediate family and close friends. Episcopal Dinner Rev. and Mrs Pinneo of Em- rjtetsburg entertained the Bis- npp's committee?- and wives at dinner Saturday evening. The ReV. Pinneo comes here to hold services in the St. Thomas Episcopal church. Those attending \vefe Mr and Mrs Hollis Benschoter, Mr and Mrs William Drayton, Mr and Mrs Ronald Gardner, -Mr and Mrs Howard Long, Mr and Mrs Harold Jergenson, Mr and Mrs Glenn Shore and Mr. and Mrs William Tjaden. Mr and* Mrs Glen Raney Were unable* to attend as they had gone to Iowa Falls to spend the weekend with their son-in-law and daughter, the Rev, and Mrs Robert Holzhammer. Fosnctugh Bowls 223 J6e Fosnaugh was the top bo%ler at. Barry's this week with rf.,,-223 line. Other men over 200 .were Norman Gade 219, A. Witt- kopf 204, D. Steinman 214, F., and Dennis Lickteig 204. Mittlieder 207, S, Frbehlich 209 If It's News -*,W0 Want lil FOR SALE Tenant House Auction of tenant house will be held at the farm located li mile South at Good Hop* Church or 2 miles West and 4'/j miles North of junction of highways 169 and 18 north of Algona 6n . . . Saturday, Dec. 17 Sale Begins at 1:30 P.M. House is IVz-stories, insulated and wired. It is 14 feet by 24 feet, has four rooms and was built to be moved. Has heavy, stringers. TERMS: CASH Broesder Bros, LONE ROCK, IOWA DALE YUNGEBERG, Auctioneer Christmas Gifts "fef th* FISHERMEN! We Have Mtttiy Fine Items As Gifts tot the ftihernien I Here Are A few. Glass Catting Red Costing Reels & Lines Lures of all types Tapered Leaders Glass Fly & Spin Rods Fly Reels & Spin Reels Fly *- Spin Lines Tackle Bags & Boxes DROP IN AT BECKER'S SPORTING GOODS Algona Phone 720 CLOTHING FOR MEN & BOYS- ZENDER'S \ WHERE QUALITY IS INEXPENSIVE tt«*tt&«ftr<^e&«!%ttft<?i^^ WILTGEN PRESENTS «• Jhe World's First Clock-Radio BUILT WITH BY THE World Leader in Fine Watches • This amazing new clock-radio has the lu-o greatest tnents since the introcluclitm of clock-radios . . . 'Precision Tone' and 'Precision Movement'—both made possible only by the extra skills of the master-craftsmen \\lio have made Bulova watches the precision leaders of the world! BULOVA BULOVA 'PRECISION TONE' WATCH PRECISION sels " » ( ', w s '' inda . rd . of tf 1 "-" . tone fidelity for clock-radios. 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IMPORTfD AXABIAM ^ PITTED m fc^ BAG&&&#> WITH 5/T COUNCIL OAK COFFEE BAGS ONL\ 8 CUP sue PQ/CCS FOn. DEC. I61h and 17th QUANT/TV RIGHTS SALAD BOWL Dressing Qt. Jar - i*. « e, ,.303 e CANS SYRUP my-. r Big Supply^ BEST WfNOVIDlY BOSTON BUTT PORK ROASTS LB. -NICE LEAN fRESH Lb. ARMOUR'S STAP FULLY COOKED - CRY-O-VAC WRAP SMOKED: PICNICS Actively Assisting the "OPERATION PORK LIFT" The COUNCIL OAK FOOD STORES 'have gone "ALL OUT" to aid the farmers move their surplus pork. For one week-end sale.they bought a QUARTER-MILLION POUNDS OF PORK from one supplier alone they pur- < chased the largest pork order ever giv- j en in history by any account to any I Sioux City packer. * FRESH SLICEt) PORK LIVER 2 Ibs. 25c SKINLESS WEINERS 29c Ib. U. S. GOOD BEEF ROAST 29c Ib, PORK FEET OR NECK BONES LIGHT, MEATY SPARERIBS JUMBO JkA4 BIG BOLOGNA , 29 MULBERRY GENUINE HICKORY-SMOKED 2-1 Lb. Pkgs. BACON QU1CK-FROZEN BIRDSEYE GREEN PEAS VERY FINEST QUALITY ==»5=S 25 XMAS SPECIAL Wath'mglon State EXTRA FANCY DELICIOUS APPLES H .£ W9 LUSCIOUS, JUICY FLAME-RED jfc ^ „ TOKAY GRAPES 2,, 25C JUICY WHITE OR PINK JiJt ^ ^ GRAPEFRUIT . 10 39C FRESH *UBY.BJ5P ~ ' ^ « CRANBERRIES 2 **: 3oC SWEET POTATOES 3 Ibs, 29t •'-y' ifiwrwMwcr ^t" CAKfMIXK YCUOW CHOC, SPICE ALL V *<$* HARTEX Pineapple 303 Cans 5 for SI CHARMIN Buy 1 carton for 37c 2nd one for Ic 100 Ibs. WHITE or RED S199 •fee &« fete ft* B-s »* %t£ ».js fe m iae * a *aa. $& a-s ^c $>-s ',-

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