The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 15, 1955 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 15, 1955
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(Its.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, December T5, 1955 Service Men Home, LuVerne For Holidays LuVetne—1RD2 William Wick- Pit arrived Tuesday a! Perry for n furlough Visit with Mrs Wiek- ett, baby son Steven and his parents. Mr and-Mr? Bryco A. \Vick- ctt and Johnny. Bill has just returned from six months sea duty on the U.S.S. Maddox. He \viil also make the acquaintance of the son Steven burn in September. Receive Discharges George Jeffors. recently discharged from Army and overseas service has. pone back to work in Penney's in Algnna where he was employed before enterinu service. George has enrolled in Hamilton __ Busino.-s C' o I 1 e n e. Mason City where he star's school, Jan. 3. Paul Elberts has returned to the home t>f his parents. Mr and Mrs August Elberts, after receiving his discharge from service iu Ihe Navy. N.B.C. Club Met The N.B.C. Club met Tuesday. Dec. 6. at the home of Mrs Albert, Genrich for the annual Christmas party. Mrs Everett Stevens of Sexton was a guest. The birthdays of Mrs Lester Quinn. ' Mrs Gerald Awe and Mrs Donald Rormann were observed and each received a gift. The routine business was in charge of the president, Mrs Norma E. McClaran. The duh decided no meeting in January. The next meeting to be first Tuesday in February. Refresh- on ts were served by the Jiostes 5 at close of the afternoon. ISlh Anniversary The Jack Sprat Food Store, owned by Mr and Mrs Ii,irol;:i Trauger and sons, celebrated their 15th anniversary the past week. Customers registered for pri/es which were given awiy at a drawing Saturday night. Each registering took a grab bag package. At the drawing John Bockes won the electric automatic skillet, 1-3 quart heavy aluminum sauce pan, Mrs William Moeding and a 2 quart heavy aluminum .sauce pan with fronch fry strainer, Mrs Elmer Kubly. Guests Of Supl. Supt. and Mrs B. E. Martin had ns weekend guests her parents, Mr and Mrs H. J. Van Hauen of Cedar Falls. Together on Saturday evening they drove to Storm Lake to attend the basketball game between Buena Vista college and Luther College, Decorah. Thir son Ronald Martin, freshman at Buena Vista plays li-.'st Clarinet in the Buena Vista college band which also attended the game. ic'iit in Mercy hospital. Ft. Dodge, the past t\\ o weeks. Mr and,Mrs L. S. Penrsen had as .miests Saturday Mrs C. L. Whittinston. San bie.uo. Calif.: Mrs Katherine Burlis. lies Moines ,'Mid Miss Ann.i Juttc. Webster City. Mis Burl is remained for a longer visit. Mr and Mr« Oarman Holland, and Innuly i>t Rode were Fndav nitfht visitors in 'he home of Mr and Mrs Roheil Barber anil son-. Mr and Mrs Robert Barber and sons were Sunday visitors in tin- parental home of Mr and Mis Klmo Barber in Bode. Mrs Andrew Laubt.-nthal reentered Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge for further treatment of a severe left bruise as a result of a car accident. Nov. 20. Merle Laubenthal. son of Mr and Mrs Andrew left Monday for Ft. Leonard Wood. Mo. to begin his basic training. Mr and Mrs Robert Bigings arid children visited Friday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Wendt and family near- Bode. The ladies are sisters. Mrs Robert Biginps and Bradley visited her father, llinim Hewitt. Monday on the occasion of Ins birthday at his home in Livermore. Oftosen Host To Santa On Saturday, 17th Ottosen—Santa Clans will be in Ottosen Saturday afternoon. Dee. 17 at 2:3(1.. p.m. He will have treats for everyone and there will be drawings for gifts, etc. lhat have 1 been given by many local organizations. The American Legion Auxiliary will have a bake sale and sell lunches in the Commercial Building. At Carriers Parly Mr and Mi> Oliver Kin.seth were present at the Christmas party for the Humboldt County Mail Carriers and Auxiliary held Tuesday evening at Van's Cafe in Algona. Tin; group met. for a 0:30 p.m. banquet and after had a sift exchange and revealed their secrets pals. About 25'were present. A New Daughter Mr and Mrs Howard Thompson are the parents of a daughter born Sunday, Dec. 11 at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The baby weighed seven pounds and eight- ounces and has been named Holly Kay. This is the first child foV the Thompsons. The maternal ;randparents are Mr and Mrs . E. Moviek of Ottosen and the paternal grandfather is Allan Thompson of I.uVovno. Winter In Wisconsin Mrs Rena Enockson left Tuesday for Wisconsin where she will spend the winter with a son Stanley Knockson. She first went to the home of a .son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Kit ppe al Eafilc Grove. From there she was goin^ "by train to Wisconsin. Her datighter was Io accompany her. Birthday Dinners Several dinners were held to celebrate birthdays that are in December. At the Edward /in- nel home Mr and Mrs Louis .Taeobson and family were dinner guests to celebrate Mrs Jacobson's birthday which was Dec. 1 and the Jacobson's daughter, Patricia's birthday which is Dec. 16. Friday evening supper guests at the Antone Speich home were Mr and Mrs Paul Rorninghaus. of Hodman and Ruth Speich of Ames who was /home for Ihfe weekend. Those having birthdays were Mrs Berninghaus, a daughter of the Speielfk and Edwin Speich. their, son. Both have birihdays: on December 9. About 1ft ladies gathered recently for the Waeousta Township Home Project Meeting held at the home of Mrs Mike Coyle. Mrs Essie Cooper, Mrs Roy Tel ford and Mr and Mrs Edward Xinnel visited Archie Hanson of Spirit Lake at the Holy Cross hospital in Esthorville Monday. Mr Hanson, a patient there, 'is seriously ill. Mr and Mrs Hanson were former residents of the Ottosen community. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem and Mrs Edward Nissen of West Bend visited at the H. J. Classick home at Belmoiid Thursday afternoon. COME IN AND CHECK YOUR Lucky Number > FORVALUABLE MERCHANDISE if Your Number is posted in our store ! i Check io See if Ihe RED NUMBER ON THE BACK of your SALE CATALOG o is among Ihem. Many valuable merchandise prizes given FREE to Ihe holders of Ihe Lucky Numbers! ' Save Your Circulars ! New Numbers Posted Weekly ! STORE tdWNEffiWv: NATIONALLY ORGANIZED Word has been received of the birth of a daughter, first child, born to Mr and Mrs William Beck with at Cherokee. Mrs Beckwith is the former Esther Larson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Martin Larsen, Webster City, formerly of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Otto Hamus visited Sunday in the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Willis Marshall in Algona, Mr and Mrs Marshall became the parents of a daughter earlier Sunday. Dec. 11, in the St. Ann hospital, Algona. They brought the son Bruce Marshall home to cure for as his mother was ho>pitali/ed. The new sister will share the saim; birth date as Bruce was having his birthday Sunday. Mrs Herman Schul/ attended ; pre-nuptial shower in Man-oi Monday in honor of her niece Sully fiosenquist The date fm the marriage of Mi.--- Rosenquis will be Monday. Dec '!('<. S!.' is attending Imva Stale- College at Ames. Mrs Fred Hint/ of Livemion.- visited her mothiA', Mj s Duo a Ramus Saturday afternoon Mr and MJ> Clarence Niei-cn, his mother. Mr-. Aksel Nielsen, and Henry Kubly visited Sunday afternoon with Akse! N.els.eii, patient in Lutheian ln-.-pilal, Ft. Dodge. They also vi.-ited M. M. Lownuller, Vincent, medical patient there pa.-.t l'.\" wei k.-. Mr and Mrs Lewis I'eterseu j of Mason City vi.-ited over Sunday in the home of tin- latter'.; mother, Mrs Dora Itarnus. Miss Esther Merkle was a Fii- day over night visitoi in the borne of her sisti-i. Mr and Mi.- Walter L. Hetti >n Brut Mr and Mr- llany Nali/ige,- went to Chicago Sunday where they attendtxl the National convention for Fa; in Bureau Kadeis thru Wednesday. Mr and Mr- Eai I Jan.-sen and children visiied : .: n.otMer. Mrs William Jan.-.-' n in KmiiK t.-bui g Sunday. Mr and Mi.- Ci.aiies .N'y-aard and children o! W.vley vi-ned her partnts, M; and Mis (liuige A. Eg^leston Sunday afternoon. 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Mr and Mi. and children MJ'i Sam Mir Sunday t-venn Mi's Jost-pn word of tlu- ii Jakie Mic-ht-i.-./ th Fu!u ral I -j.-s recei\'eii o! !n:r uncle. \\'eb,l<M City t.-i vii i .-: v.'ei >.• Sunday. ht-id Mr and Mr.- \'t-n,-.i and daughter^ of \Vt-bb \ Sunday evening n: ti.t- pai Mr and Mrs Gtoigc A. Kg» home. They had been to Ralph Davidson, father of Vernon EgglcMuii, m.-rii.. al .-ued vi.-j Mis If cleans twice the area of any other! $97,50 with Tools LADIES 10Q%« DACRON BLOUSES 2.69 DOLLS 16 INCH VINYL BODY SARAN HAIR 4.39 Val 3.39 24 INCH VINYL BODY SARAN HAIR 5.95 Val 3.69 93c METAL DUMP TRUCK 79c 2.69 MARX METAL TRACTOR 1. MEN'S RAYON SCARFS White Only — 98e Value 79c BATH ROOM SCALE Adjustable 4.95 FINGER TIP TOWELS Assorted Colors 2 ^ 49c PEDAL PUSHER SPORT SOCKS 49e Value BOY'S FLANNEL SHIRTS 98c 1.49 SUIT CASES New Designs — New Colors Scuff proof Lined Cases 21 inch ....6.49 Train Case . 4.95 24 in. 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