Algona (la.) Upper &ei Mdfn«t-3ra Thuriday, December IS, 1955 Around Algona October circle of the WSCS of the Methodist church are having n pot luck luneheon today at the home of Mrs Owen Hurt. Mrs Harry Hargrcaves returned Tuesday from a visit of several days with her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs E B Mathiasen at Council Bluffs. The seventh graders of the public school are having a Christmas party this afternoon, (Thursday) in the .gymnasium. Teachers are chaperoning and there will be games, dancing and refreshments, —o— The iwo kindergarten groups at Bryant are presenting a Christmas program for their parents Friday. The morning croup's will begin at 10:30. the afternoon's at 2:30. Mrs Ruth McVay is the teacher. —o—Bel Canlo music club mel Wednesday at the Johnson House. A group of music students from the high school presented the program followed by a luncheon. Mrs Rick Fabrizio and Mrs Gerald Hallauer headed the committees in charge of arrangements. —0— Kenneth Hargreaves spent from Monday through Thursday of last week with his parents. MY and Mrs Harry Hargrcaves and his brother-in-law and sister. Miami Mrs Dick Cook Kenneth was on vacation from his job at International Harvt-.ster in Omaha. —°— Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held a regulnr meeting reeivitly at the home of Mrs Jerry MeKean. Anit.i Thiesen presided at the business meeting and took part in the program. Mildied Cummins-; and Jan Anderson also gave reports. Future events for the chapter include a bake sale on Friday. Dec. 1C at the Fareway store ami n Christmas party at the home of Mrs Kugene Zender, Monday evening, Dec. 19. Hormel HAM SALE SHANK HALF or WHOLE v LITE MEATY SPARE RIBS 100°o PURE GROUND BEEF • OTTOSEN By Mrs. Knut Oppedohl PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR U. S. NO. 1 TURKEYS - DUCKS - GEES HORMEL'S CREAMY Mr and Mrs Louis Kelley attended "The Messiah" presented by the Drake University Choir at the KRNT Theater " in DOS Moines Sunday. The Kelley's daughter, Margaret, a .student Si* Draktv'ls a'member of the choir. Mr and Mrs Antone WaetMiter attended a music concert at the Emrnelsburg high school recently presented by the Emmetsburg Junior College and the High School. The Waechter'.s M)n Lyle is a member of the choir. Mrs Mnude Crane is a medical patient at the University Hospital in Iowa City. She has been there about two weeks. Mrs S. N'oi:>on .--pent the post j week in Des Moines with hei .husband who is a patient at the j Veteran's Hospital there The Presbyterian Ladies Aid took in about $130 un the.: .-upper winch they .served tn.-, p,,st Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Antone Waethtc-r and sons Gary and Donald visit- c-d Mrs Waechtei's parents. Mr and Mrs Peter Dahlhau-rr at Whittemore Sunday afternoon. Sunday evening supper guest.-at the Magnus Bratland home were Mr and Mrs Harold IXilc and Debbie of Dakota City and Mr and Mrs Richard Christianson of Humboldt. Elmer Ellingson and Charles Ell.ngson of Waterloo were Saturday callers at the Melvm Ei- lingson home. Sunday afternoon visitois were Mr and Mrs Fred l.enx and son Leonard of Laurens. Mr and Mrs Olaf Bruvik and son Curtis were Thur.--.iay evening supper guests at the Johii Huuck home at Livermore. Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and family were Sunday dinner gVK'SU at the home of Mrs Essie Cooper. Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper and family were Sunday dinnci guests at the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs Alfred Jensen at Rodman. Mr and Mrs John Cuvlo of Eagle Grove, Mr and Mrs Harold Johnson and family of Thor and Mr and Mrs Donald Brandhoij and family of Bradgate were Sunday dinner guests at the Mike Coyle home. Evening visitors were Mr and Mrs George Bruellman. Mr and Mrs Loran Daniel and Conley and Douglas were Sunday- afternoon at the home of Mrs Leona Daniel in Humboldt. Mrs Hattie Daniel returned home with the Loran Daniels. Mr and Mrs Richard Kinreth and family visited Friday evening at the Victor Meyer home. Mr and Mrs Alf Lee and family of Britt were Sunday dinner guests at the John Vinaas home. In the afternoon they visited at the Eugene Hofius home. Mr and Mrs Ben Pflibsen oi Bode were Sunday evening visitors at the Morgan Hagen home. Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Oscar Haggen of Bode were visitors there. \ Mr and Mrs Richard Kropf and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Skattabo at Wallingford. BRAUNSCHWEIGER Lb. KRAFT'S COLBY LONGHORN CHEESE Lb. H & G WHITING FISH 10 Lb. Box PURE LARD Hbs. PILLSBURY'S CAKE MIXES Chocolate R eg , Yellow 3 white Pkg. KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP Quart Jar VAN CAMP'S PORK and BEANS I 16 02. Cans SUNSHINE MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS Reg. Pkg. CHARMIN CLEANSING TISSUE Large Boxes SUNSHINE GRAHAM CRACKERS 1 Lb. Box . WISHBONE ITALIAN FRENCH DRESSING 8 oz. Jar DUNCAN HINES BURNT SUGAR CAKE MIX ___- 3- S Reg. * I DELUXE FRUIT CAKE MIX 1 Lb. Plastic SLICES OR HALVES STOKELY'S PEACHES No. 2'/2 Cans RAISINS.......2\l b 29c FASTCO BRAND FLOUR Bag 10 Lb. 7Q Bag i/t MA BROWN SWEET DELICIOUS Pickles 39$ •;: GE I FULL PRICE REFUND BLANK AT THIS DISPLAY FOR WHITER WASHES TIDE 47$ Reg. Pkgs. ALL FLAVORS Jello 3 *? 19$ HUNT'S BARTLETT HUNT'S WHOLE UNPEELED Apricots 4 No. 21/2 Cans MINUTE MAID FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6 oz. Cans 29$ NEW SUDSY BABO Reg. Can 10$ BAKERS 4 IN 1 INSTANT COCOA 2 Lb. Can 79$ SEEPLJSS Grapefruit 0 33$ WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ORANGEADE L 45$ -,*..
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