February 14,1956 Social Club Of Portland Twp. Met At Nelsons Portland — The Pour Corner Social .Club' of Portland met Tuesday:-afternoon,'Feb. 7, at the home of Mrs Verle Nelson. Mrs Lewis i Larsen. substituted for Mrs Glen L&rsen, as assistant hostess. Ten members answered roll call: Mrs W, J, Stewart, Mrs Lloyd Bartlett, Mrs Dbfiald Ringsdorf, Mrs Elwood Nelson, Mrs Bernard Phelps, Mrs Lewis Larsen, Mrs Herbert Nelson, Mrs Verle Nelson. Mrs Ted Rike and Mrs Victor Fitch, it was decided that all 'club members would send Elsie Moore a birthday card. Her birthday is February 23. The Club will also remember Mr and Mrs Charles PheJps with a card on their 61st wedding anniversary which is Feb. 27. At the close of the, meeting a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses, Farm Bureau Meeting ' The Portland Township Farm Bureau met Wednesday night, Feb. 8, at the home of Mr and Mrs Sumner Parsons. Program Chairman was Herb Weydeft. Dean Barnes was guest speaker with the topic "Farnj OtitlooH", Mrs Donald Patterson was music sponsor. Barbara Dremmelj Maty Keith, Sheryl Smith and Pamela Andrews played two numbers on their hbrns and Sheryl a piajjo solo. Mrs 'Victor Fitch had tnt surprise numbers at which time Mrs C. L. Young showed some very beautiful scenery pictures taken on their trip to Michigan About 30 members were presenl at the meeting. A delicious lunch was served by the lunch committee, the Bob Harveys, J. H. Zankes, Earl Zwiefels and Stanley Larsens. Mr and .Mrs Herbert Nelson and family and Mr and Mrs SENSATIONAL SAVINGS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT! SPECIAL t LADIES' 51 GAUGE HOSE 2 Pr. 1.00 DOLLAR DAY FEATUEi FRESH! LOVELY! NEWSPRINT i . ;" .''•>; * 80 Sq. Percale Prints JL .4 FULL YARDS SPECIAL! MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Assorted Sizes 1.50 SAVINGS! Smart Shoppers "SEW AND SAVE" at Penney's AT PENNEY'S ONLY! Sizes 3-6x And 7-14 SPECIAL I New Spring GIRLS' DRESSES 2.25 3.00 'Added Dollar Day Values! ' LINED JACKETS TIPPLER SNQW.iSUim w-^- '-£..'>*•-,»•' STRIPED KITCHEN GUEST TOWELS — 4 ,o 1.00 GRECIAN TILE LOOP RUGS, all colors 2. LADIES' NEW SPRING PLASTIC HANDBAGS - 1.77 FOAM PILLOWS __„_____ 2 for 6.00 DACRON PILLOWS 4.00 MEN'S TOPCOATS 33.00 MEN'S FELT HATS 4.98 MEN'S DRESS PANTS __. 4.98 MEN'S NEW SPRING TIES _„_„„_ 98c MEN'S AND BOYS' WINTER CAPS :.J__ WARM NYLON BLEND BLANKETS 4.98 MEN'S NYLON REINFORCED WORK SOCKS 4 „. 1.00 69c MEN'S STRETCHABLE NYLON SOX, Sizes S. M.,,1. DISH CLOTHS _'_f_u_ 8 for 1.00 FLOUR SQUARES 5 for 1.00 RAYON CURTAINS 77c IRONING PAD SET 2.00 MEN'S "BIG-MAC" OVERALLS — 2.29 MEN'S T-SHIRTS ___„ 98c ".' Lpdies Figured Nylon Duster ROBES Sizes 10-18 3.44 1 00 Boys 1 Sanforized Denim Blue Jeans - Sizes 6-12 Special Infants' Two Piece 1 00 Cotton Sleepers - Sizes 1-4 Special • ~~ Ladies' Wool Full Length And Campus Style Coats - Sizes 8-1 Men's Cotton Fleece Sweat Shirts - Sizes 36-46 ^. 1 00 00 SPECIAL I New Spring Costume JEWiLRY 2 for LOO A Dollar Day Feature!! Chenille Bedspreads VERTICAL - WAVY -LINE - VELVETY - CHENILLE TWIN AND FULL BED SIZE EIGHT LOVELY DECORATOR COLORS FOR SPECIAL I New Spring LADIES' BLOUSES Lqrge Selection 4 AA 92-38 |*|||| STORE HOMRS'« 9;00 A,M, to 5;30 P. QPIN iVIRY FRIDAY NIOHT ! Lowell Jaspers and family of Carpenter, Iowa were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Nelson home in Titonka. Mrs Elwood Nelson, Mrs Edward Zwiefel and Mrs Herbert. Nelson spent Monday at the home of Mrs Henry< Nelson. The ladies spent the afternoon quilting. Mrs Ray Fitch visited Mrs Ray McWhorter Tuesday afternoon. Mrs S. R. Parson's father, Mr D. W. Smith, returned last week Friday from San Antonio, Texas, where he spent three weeks with his granddaughter, Mrs John OHveria, daughter of Mr and Mrs Parson. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and Randy, Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson and Mrs Mary Michaelsen went to Forest City Thursday for the Declamatory Contest. Linda Nelson and Sharon Carroll took part in the contest. Mrs Ray Fitch visited her father, Charles E. Clark who is spending some time with a granddaughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Lester Gayken at Britt. She also visited her sister, Mft Harold Stevensen at Britt. Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen drove io Sioux City Tuesday to meet Mrs Larsen's father, who will spend some time here, visiting :hem r "It is better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak up and remove all doubt." Liquor Store Mgr. George Heetland, for 28 years a business.man in Lakota but more recently living at Clear Lake, has been named manager of the Clear Lake state liquor store. Simons -Degen Nuptials The • full name- of Gertrude Lawrence, well known English actress, was Gertrude Alexandra Dagmar Lawrence Klasen. America's Largest Fraternal Life Insurance Society District Representative Victor L. Mueller Ventura, la. Phone 2650 BE SURE. IT'S A. A. I. Mr and Mrs William B. Degen, recent Algona newlyweds, arc shown in the above photo. The new Mrs Degen is the former Anita Marie Simons, daughter of Mr and Mrs George L. Simons, Algona, and Mr Degen is the son of Mrs Elizabeth Degen, also of Algona. They were married Saturday, Jan. 28 at St. Cecelia's Catholic Church, with Msgr. P. P. Gearen officiating. Mrs Degan graduated from Algona high school and is employed as a secretary there. The bridegroom is a graduate of Granville high school and is employed by HJverds Bros. Construction Co. Following a two week wedding trip the Degens will live in Algeria. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) , < A Real Surprise For This Whittemore Family Group Whhtemore — Mr and Mr Peter J. Dahlhausar, had'thfl suj prise of their life last Thursday when their son Pvt. Marvin Dahlhauser, arrived home, afte being discharged' from the arm> and within fifteen minutes afte his arrival his brother, Edmund of Monroe Center, I 111. and M and Mrs Arthur Dahlhauser am family of Bloomington, Ind. ar rived and neither one knew tha the other had planned to conv that day. It really was a grea joy both for the parents and th< brothel's. . ' Mr and Mrs Arthur Dahlhauser and family left here Tuesday for Schenectady, N. Y., where Mr Dahlhauser will be • employe!; With General Electric. He.-v recently ^graduated, ih-.Master o Busihess.AdlSftrustraUflB from the Dollar Days Special THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY House Slippers Women's — Girls' r- Men's — Boys' $4-95 Q QQ Slippers .... Now O«uO $3.98 O QQ Slippers .... Now £.t7O $2.98 - QQ Slippers .... Now I .%)O BROWN k.-l+ SHOE STORE ALCONA IOWA The Sho« Store Thai Tafc.s Car, of Your F..1 University of Indiana. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnfce and son Everett, and daughter Jeanette of Lotts Creek and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle were Tuesday evening callers at the home of Mr and Mrs B«rt Seely. Mr and Mrs Conrad Higgins spent last week in Chicago visit- 1 ing at the homes of: their sons. Mr and Mrs George Higgins anil with Donald and Pat Higgins who are employed in Chicago. . Members of St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society met Thursday afternoon. . It was voted at the meeting.to make a drive for used wearable..c)qthlng to dis^rjbute^a various-institutions. M$s George Maaf\s>iMrsr-Georg.e Meyer, Mf3 Ernest : : Mpyer1" and • Mnr-> Deair 1 ' - THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY YOUR CEILING COST With Each Room-Lot Purchase of Stock Wall* paper - PLUS Our Usual 10^ Discount On Your Sidewalls. New 1956 Spring Patterns Now On Display. Cowan Building Supply , -j&t" ,,d;ha.' ffla _,— visited; at'.'the ; home. of • tfieir, son- iri-la\y- arid, daughter, .Mr iand Mrs Lloyd 1 Johnson at Depew, ''on -the birthday of the'ir granddaughter MSLril'yn Johnson. :;.„'•' . A.,ritunber of relatives of Mr and Mrs George Meyer called al their.-home Sunday'evening tq celebrate the birthday of Mrs Meyer;- The.gilests included Mr and Mrs Erwiri B'ruhrt, Mr and Vlrs Edwin Greihert and family, Vlir an,d Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family,, Mr and. Mrs 'William Dstwald and daughters, Mr and Mrs Bert SeeJy/and family, Mr ahd Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mr and , Mi's Herbert Potratz and son's i Edward and Dean, and Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt of here, rtr and 'Mrs,Gerald Ollom and iosella'y.oigt'of Algona, . Mrs Lorenz Gade is.under the doctor's care with a siege ef hep- titis. Mr and Mrs Edwin Gade moved to their home two blocks outh of Main street Friday, the ate August Gade home, which hey bought last fall. They vacat- d the farm five miles south of own which was also the August Gade estate. Mrs Frank Burke had the mis- ortune to slip on ice at her home nd breaking both bones in her eg. She will be hospitalized for everal weeks. Her mother, Mrs fary Kleinfehn who was staying t the Burke home was taken to he home of her daughter, Mr nd Mrs Frank Spilles. Mrs Margaret Jonannsen ob- erved her 86th birthday Sunday, Feb. 5, at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs L. H. Peril where she id making her home. GAS-TOONS KOULEO'S 'Leo wasn't kiddtn' when he put up that SUPER SiRVICE sign." We didn't ne«d a «lgm to get ouf repylation! ISO'S Phillips Bulk Tank Wpg«m $«rvi«* Hwnt W St.
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