The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1956 · Page 13
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Wesley C.D. A. Plans Several Special Meetings WesleyU-The C. D, of A. held their regular meeting Wednesday evening, Feb. 1. • Mary Bode, grant regent, read an invitation from the Fort Bodge court to all local members to attend a special meeting and dinner to be held there Sunday, March II. Films of Shrines are to be shown. Any one planning to attend should notify Mrs Bode by March 5. . Hazel Studer read an article on Catholic Press Month. A special meeting- will be held Monday evening. Feb. 13, in the parish hall. Servers will be Felice Hilbert, Mary Joyce Haverly, Tillie Matz, Wilhelma Hughes, Clara Goetz and Imogene StUder. On the entertainment committee will be Minnie Frimml, Ruth Mary Hrubes, Mary Wingert, Mary Rockwood and Florence Hilbert. Following the business meeting bridge and 500 was played. Viola Studer and Lizzie Hildman won high and low score prizes in bridge and Josie Gouge and Teresa Berger in 500. Viola Studer received the attendance prize. A husband's party was hold Sunday evening, Feb. 5. Servers were Justine Becker, Nell Frimml, * Dorothy Martinek. Eleanor Hanig, Bernadirie Hamilton and Catherine Seller. On the entertainment committee were Mary Richter, Theresa Otis, Helen Johnson, Felice Hilbert and Josie Lickteig. Kids Square Dance A square dance for young folks, nine years or Older, will be held in Studer's Hall Wednesday evening, Feb. 8. The Paulson orchestra will furnish the music. Mr and Mrs R. E. Newbrough are sponsoring the affair and will serve ffeo lunch. Substitute Postmaster Postmistress Mrs Hazel Gerdes has been ill the past week. Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen has been substituting for her in the post office. Honor Roll Students Students on' the honor roll for the first semester in the public school are Dennis Funnemark and Linda Newbrpugh of the primary grades; Nadine Engen, Donny Price, Jim Rogness, Norman Benson, Laurie Funnemark and Rickie Kfaus of the intermediate grades; Louise Skow, Diana Newbrough and Mavis Nygaard of junior high; Ida Mae Kutcnara, Marvel Lou Nygaard, May Olson, Julia Raney, Ellen Root, Earl Goetz, Joart Kfieps, Sharlene Martin, Mary Girres,' Donna Mae Bleich, Cathy Girres, Julie Ny- gaarrf, Judy Pfeffer, Daniel Arn- ddrfer, Janice Benson arid Roger Flom. Legion Auxiliary Met The American Legion Auxiliary held their regular meeting Thusday evening, Feb. 2 with Mary Lou Studer and Joan Johnson as hostesses. Rosalie DeBoer, chairman of the March of Dimes drive, reported that $131.24 had been collected and sent headquarters; $11.19 was collected at the Lions meeting; $5.85 at the coffee party at the DeBoer home; $4.19 at the basketball game and $28.51 from the coin collectors. Those who helped in the drive i^luded Pauline Pfeffer, . N y 1 a Newbrough, Jeannine Ackerson, Mary Lou Studer, Lorraine Goetz, Rosalie DeBoer and Edna Flom. President Edna Flom announced that a county meeting will be held at Algona Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 14. The District president is to attend. A president and secrejtary con* ference will «be held in DeS Moines Feb. 12 and 13. The group voted to give; $5 to the Mental Health fund and $5 to the Rebabililation fund.^ The treasurer, Beatrice Hildman reported that $54.60' was cleared at the public card Jbarty which was held Sunday night,; Jan. 29. Myrtle Lease read; att article on Americanism. > >+. • Rosalie DeBper, Nyla New* brough, Mary Lou Studer and- Joan Johnson sang two selec* iions. ' •••''•.'> The ' next < meeting will be; Thursday evening, March 1. Min k : nie Studer and Bernice Vitethuni will be servers. Mary Forburger and Lizzie Hildman will be in charge 6f ehtertainrhent. Following the business meeting and lunch 600 was played. ifhe Grant won high score prize and Mary Rockwood low score prize. ' Four new members were initiated. They were Mildred Studer, Josephine Bartley, Madeline Grant and Delores Madsen. Several car loads of men went tt> Austin, Minn. Wednesday to hear Agriculture Secretary Benson speak. Mrs Roy Kollasch, Mrs Kenneth Haverly, Mrs Dennis Haverly, Mrs Franklin Bode, Mrs Luke Youngwirth and Beatrice Hildman have enrolled for a course of 10 sewing lessons given every Monday evening in the public school in Algona. The series began Jan. 9. Mrs Paul Berger and Mrs Tom Becker were servers at the regular meeting of the Catholic Mis sionary Society Wednesday afternoon, Feb. J. The society will meet again Monday afternoon, Feb. 13. The C. D. of A. will meet that evening. Vincent Doughan and Steve went to Esthervillc Sunday, Jan. 29 and helped their daughter and sister, Mrs Phil Ballard, and husband move to a different apartment. They had been in Estherville several weeks. Cliff Anfinson of Goldfield has purchased the Harry Fry farm northeast of Wesley and will move on it this month. Mr and Mrs Fry, who bought the farm two years ago from Ed Lex, will move to a farm near Dows. The farm was bought by Mr and Mrs Lex from the Francis Haupt- mans. Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom, Jr. were guests of Mrs Ruth Johnson OUR BEST WISHES AND CONGRATULATIONS To The Botsford Lumber Co. Your Splendid New Building Is a Mark of Achievement and Business Integrity. May it Exemplify All the Progressive Steps Made by Your Fine Organization. LEHIGH SEWER PIPE & TILE CO. BOX 728 FORT DODGE, IOWA JOHN WOOD i <«•«»« • 30 GALLON GAS LAUNDRY" Sun Aire Gas Dryers NOW ONLY $169.50 Noith Central Public Seivice Co, Tuesday, February 7, 1956 Mflena (la.) Upper De» Motnat-5 at Britt Sunday, Jan. 30. Flom's nephew, Walter Johnson had recently returned from three years army service in Germany. Marilyn Zwicfcl had surgery at Britt Memorial hospital Monday Jan. 30. Tommy Lickteig left Monday, Feb. 6 for army service having enlisted some time ago. Sunday dinner guests at Hie parental Louis Lickleig home were Mr and Mrs Hugh Lickteig and family of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Ed Lickteig and family of Lu- Verne; Mr and Mrs Ed Kenyon and family of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Paul Berger and family of Corwith; Mr and Mrs Albert Lickteig and fafnily and Mr and Mrs Bob Lickteig and family of Wesley. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends OlfTS and fUMor EVERYONE! Delight the Idddlea and your friends with unusual and attractive heart-shaped cakes on Valentine'! Day, birthdays, etc. Durable, easy to clean pans, SxlH Indies. Buy several at IhU .new low ptlcel COOKIE CUTTER 2Y>x2Vt Inches 6c each JELLO MOLD 3Mx3Wxl Inch dot. BAKE AN' TAKE PAN Regular S1.49 SPECIAL Handiest, most versatile pan you ever sawl Bake In It,'take It on picnics, church suppers, etc.! Doubles as bun warmer; top as cookie sheet, bottom as roaster! NEW HEADY MIX SIZE Reg. Same as above except llx8'/<x2V'(" 51.19 89c 75c lust the thing (or unusual salads, cakes, custards, etc. 1V4 pint aluminum mold with handsome coppertone finish —nice as a wall plaque, tool Handsome miniature silent butler or covered ash tray, finished In rich copportone. 3>A" diameter, 2V4" handle. Attractive wrought iron candle lamp with shiny brass Irlm. 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Puts These Vehicles On the Chopping Block & Swings the Axe FOUR-DOOR 1955 CHEVROLET $1595 FOUR-DOOR 1954 CHEVROLET $1225 FOUR-DOOR 1954 CHEVROLET $1200 TWO-DOOR 1 TV WL/WWll . . 1954 CHEVROLET $1345 TWO-DOOR i VV W-*^WWll 1953 CHEVROLET $995 FOUR-DOOR I wn-w-n\ A..-.^-™ 1953 CHEVROLET $1025 FOUR-DOOR . ___ 1953 PLYMOUTH ..$775 1952 CHEVROLET TRUCK WITH HOIST AND GRAIN BOX $1250 TWO-DOOR 1952 CHEVROLET... $750 FOUR-DOOR 1952 PONTIAC $ 775 FOUR-DOOR 1951 PLYMOUTH $575 FOUR-DOOR 1951 NASH $295 FOUR-DOOR 1951 PLYMOUTH $575 TWO-DOOR 1951 CHEVROLET $575 TWO-DOOR 1951 FORD.... $475 TWO-DOOR 1 W W-UWWXl . • * — 1950 CHEVROLET $425 FOUR-DOOR m _^ 1950 CHEVROLET $450 TWO-DOOR . ^_ 1949 CHEVROLET $295 TWO-DOOR . ^^_ 1949 CHEVROLET........$ 295 COUPE . 1949 FORD $275 FOUR-DOOR . ^i. 1949 FORD .$295 TWO-DOOR , _-_ A 1949 FORD J250 FOUR-DOOR . . _1948 PLYMOUTH.. ..$151 FOUR-DOOR 1948 FORD ............... $150 TWO-DOOR 1948 FORD......... ....... $125 FOUR-DOOR 1948 FRAZER ............. $ 95 COUPE 1948 CHEVROLET .. ...... $125 FOUR-DOOR 1941 NASH _______________ $ 75 FOUR-DOOR 1947 PLYMOUTH ..... ....$125 COUPE 1946PONTIAC ...... _.....$ 75 COUPE 1941 CHEVROLET ......... $ 50 PICKUP TRUCK 1952 CHEVROLET ..$745 MODEL 3116 TRUCK 1951 CHEVROLET.. $695 TRUCK 1950 CHEVROLET.. $650 TRyCK . ___ 1949 DODGE.. .$375 1950 CHEVROLET TRUCK WITH HOIST AND GRAIN BOX $750 THIS SALE STARTS NOW! ^y nr Hr Pi^^ ^B,F ^BPr ^Br ^JP W Hi H THIS SALE STARTS NOW! ISW OF COURTHOUSE SQUARE, ALQONA, IOWA|

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