The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1956 · Page 28
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 21, 1956
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J-Algeria (la.) Upper Des Moincs Tuesday, February 21, 1$56 Birthday Party Mrs Dick MoGinni.< v.nv a party Feb. 14 in hoiv.-.r >-f ; u t third birthday of he; u.uiji^rr, Suzanne. Guests were M:s H.,;- okl Erpeldins. Btvky ar.,i J.n-<\ Mis Don Pecoy. Debbie. P/>: .sr-.'i P.un. Mrs Charles Coiwel". Btvkv and Randy. Mrs Gene Fu:si. Jnnet. Mrs Jeny Anderson and Vieki. Mrs Paul Leirikre. Paul and Charlotte. Mrs D-.m Bicr- stedt. Donna and Raymond. Lindy and Cindy Parkins. Ja'use Strobee. Kenneth and Dear. ninger. The grandmother. Mrs Gilbert Hargreave« and Mr< \V. D. Ridge assisted in the serving. ; Mr and Mrs McGinn^ also entertained at dinner Tuesday evening. Guests were the ninternar grandparents. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hargreaves, Mr and Mrs W. B. Ridge, Jean Capesius nnd Wayne Jergensen. Cards were played and prizes were won by Mr and Mrs'Ridge, high and Jean Capesius and Mr Jergensen low. 84 At Family Dinner Mr and Mrs F. J. Ludwig of West Bend observed their ofith wedding anniversary Sunday. Feb. 12 and had as guests at a family dinner 84 members of the family. The dinner was served in the dining room of the St. Peter and Paul's Church. Mr and Mrs Charles Frieden. attendants at the wedding were also gu.ests. Others in attendance from this area were Mr and Mrs Donovan Studer of Wesley: Mr and Mrs Joe Sikora of Ruthven; Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kajewski of Ruthven: Mr and Mrs A. H. Kajewski, Mr and Mrs Bernard Higgins, Mr and Mrs John Nolan of Emmetsburg: Mr and Mrs Lee Ludwig Jr., Mr and Mrs Medin Ludwig, Mr and Mrs Walter Ulrich. Mr and Mrs Leo Ludwig Sr., Mr and Mrs Arnold Ludwig. Mr and Mrs Elmer Ludwig of West Bend: Mr and Mrs Paul Ludwig of Whittemore; M, 1 ' und Mrs William Ludwig, Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig and the respective-, families, Geilenteld Guests Mv and Mrs C. A. Geilenfeld •,vo;v visited last \vi-o.k Sunday by ;i-.o;r son-in-law and daughter Mr ;-,nd Mrs Marion Donahue and sons of Forest City. All were d-.iii-it".- guests of Mr and Mrs Henry Geilenfeld and were joined bv Mrs Geilenfeld.,Jr.'s brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Burdette Johannsen of Spencer. The fourth birthday of the Geilenfeld's son Michael was beina celebrated. Newcomers Card Party Plans are being made for a March 15 card party for Newcomers Club members at the Legion club rooms, starting at 7 with a chili supper. Committee in charge is Mr.* Jim Scott. Mrs John Snere, Mrs Jack Booth and Mrs Dean Grail. At the meeing held last week, card prizes went to Mrs Wm. Cummings, Mrs Phil Diamond and Mrs John Snere. Hostesses for that meeting were Mcsdamcs Ray Schoening, Bob Gushing and Marl in Meelhause. * OPEN MlOAY ANO SATURDAY NIGHTS • A»tM ttiftAY AMP lAttliftAY NlQHtl • QEEN ' MlttAY ANO SAfWOAY NldHfS • Of IN PttOAY ANO Women Of Moose Meet Women of the; Moose 'met Thursday evening, Feb. 16, for a regular meeting and a farewell party for Mrs Wally Woods, who is moving soon to Kenwick.. -She was presented with a gift. During the business session, reports were given by Mrs Glenn Strayer, chairman of the hospital committee, and Mrs Dick Strayer, chairman of the ritual committee. Mrs Dick Strayer reported that u bean supper will be held Wednesday evening, Feb 22, at the Moose .Hall. Are 'Welcome' Guests Mr and Mrs Charles Harvey and Mr and Mrs Julius Will were dinner guests last week Sunday of Mr and Mrs Roger Will at Welcome, Minn. The dinner was given in honor oC Mrs Harvey whose birthday anniversary was being observed. Al Humboldi Dinner Mr and Mrs Henry Furst, Mr and Mrs Gene Furst and daughters, and Mrs Dorothy Shatto, Mrs Ethel Woolridgc. daughter Karen and James Kephart of Mason City were dinner guests last week Sunday of Mr and Mrs Richard Furst at'Humboldt. The birthdays of Mrs Henry Furst and Richard Furst were being observed, also Mrs Shatto's which is near the same date. Portland Progress The Portland Progress Club met Feb. 16 at Effie Teeter's with Hilma Carlson and Mamie Fitch assisting. Twenty-two members attended, and Mrs John Carlson was welcomed into the club as a new member. The club decided to again sponsor the cancer drive with Claudia Reutzel as chairman. March 22 is the next meeting date. ; At Rebekah Meeting A group of Rebekah members drove to Humboldt Friday evening to attend lodge there. Those who went from here were Mrs Louis Lynk, Mrs Blanche Lagd, Mrs Victor Heiscrodt, Mrs Henry Lund, Mrs W. J. Sigsbee, Mrs nten Graham, Mrs Sid Spear, Mrs Cleve Barton, Mrs Otto Schmidt. 24th Anniversary Mr and Mrs Arthur Glascr were visited over the weekend by their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs John Millward of Garner, and Mr and Mrs Howard Stephenson of Mallard. The visitors entertained the parents lit dinner in honor of their 24th wedding anniversary Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Albert Grarmnv is entertaining the members of her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Guests For Dinner Mr and Mrs T. J. Fisher had as dinner guests last week Sunday Mr and Mrs Conrad Fisher of Sioux. City, Mr and Mrs Elmer L'owman of Laurens, Mr and Mrs Victor Fisher and Mr and Mrs Dan Fisher and the respective families. Hosts At Dinner Mr and Mrs Ed Wilkins entertained at dinner Thursday evening and had as guests Mr artel Mrs Walter Falb of West Bend, Mrs Boa Baldwin, Mr and Mrs Willard Gregson and Mr and Mrs Charles Harvey. Wed January 30 Mrs Leona Estberg, daughter of Mr and Mrs Irvin Etherington, and Melvin Abbas were married Jan. 30. They are living at Burt. Mr Abbas is employed at the Universal plant. Roller Skating Party The "Couples Club" of the Congregational church held a roller skating party at the rink last week Tuesday evening. 255h P DESOTO most powerful car in the medium price field. Now! A hardtop with 4 full sized doors All the smartness '...all the lithe appeal of the sensational DeSoto hardtops with the convenience and easy entrance of four full sized doors. There are no center posts to mar your view. TUNS IN ftROOCHO MARX tVL/<r WttK ON NUC RADIO ANO TELEVISION CENTRAL MOTORS 104 No. Jones St. Algona, Iowa WIN THE KG $150,000 LUCKY MOTOR NUMBER SWEEPSTAKES ..: SEE YOUR OESOTO-PLYMOUTH DEALER 10DAY1 LANGMACK LEAPY VARIETY \IT'S LIKE M Kiddies Cardigan Sweater size 2 to6-1.69 vol.-$1.19 Children's Cotton Dresses Big assortment - 98c 15c Spiral Notebook wide & narrow line - 9c Children's Wool Mittens size 0-1 -59c Children's Lined Jacket water repellant finish, zipper front 2.98 value - $1,79 Children's Tee Shirt short sleeve - 2 for 98c White Boxed Stationery 29c value - 2 for 29c Plastic Syrup Dispenser 14c 8 x 10 Ruled Tablets linen finish — 3 for 19c Zipper School Binder 2 ring - 79c Marshmallow Easter Eggs asst'd colors - 25c Ib. English Rib White Anklets 2 for 49c 30 x 40 Dish Towel lint free, hemmed - 23c ea. Loose Knit Dish Clothes Large size 9c ^^^^^•••••••^^••••^••••^•••••^^•^ Mixing Bowl Set White Glass — Heat Proof — 4 Piece 69c WHITE GLASS HEAT PROOr CtMNERWAHE Cups — 9c Saucer — 9c Plates 9" — 17c Dessert Plate — 9c Creamer and sugar bowl •- set 25c Platter Oval — 29c Soup Bowl — 9c ••^ <**^^^^^ m ^ mm * Children's Anklets Fancy cuff designs — assorted colors 29c pr. 51-15 Denier Nylon Hose 49c Brushless Shaving Cream mentholated 1 Ib. - 29c . Waterproofed Baby Panties Silk, Assorted Colors 1.19 value ~69c J & P Coates Crochet Thread all colors, 29c ball - 19c Garment Bags • Treated paper against moths 3 for 98c 3-Pc. Suit Case Set Train case, 24-in. case, 26-in. case. Plastic scuff proof finish 21.00 vol. - 12.95 plus tax POCKET! Plastic Drapes extra wide — new designs 1.98 value-$1.39 Ladies Handkerchief asst'd designs - 3 for 21c Paint Set Color or Paint by Number 1/2 Price Moth Crystals Para Dichlorobengene , ( 1 Ib. con - 49c Ladies Spring Hats new design for Easter-2.98 Iron Clad Clothes Pins 24to l box-19c Men's White Tee Shirts S-M-L 2 for $1.00 Ladies White Rayon Panties size S-M-L 3 for $1.00 6 Tier Skirt Hanger 59c .Ironing Board Cover Silicone- and Waffle Pad $1.00 per set Crddletime Baby Blanket 30 x 40 - 59c 10 Count PAttft Napkins White Ilk CURTAIN Rods White siti0l« adjustable 9c Needles 5 different sizes all you need for sewing 9cpack mam Gum 6 Packs ttc Ml Pie Tin 9 inch — with cutter 9c •i Men's Work SOCKS "4 Prs. We it happens only once every 4 years ! Big Savings on Fabrics, Thread, Buttons, Rick Rack, Sewing Notions GOLD PRINTS NEW COTTON PRINTS SPORT POPLINS SEWING Stunning gold print materials in spring and summer patterns. 36 inches wide, YD.— Wonderful Assortment of Patterns MAS TAPE C Regular width — II four yards for .-. this low price. ASSORTED PLASTIC BUTTONS All kinds of sizes and all kinds of assorted colors get all the buttons you need at this Sale Price. CARD ASSORTED SEWING THREAD J & P Coates quality thread. Fifty yard spools. In all kinds of assorted colors. BELT and BUCKLE KIT Make your own belt! Choice of widths of belt I O A are 1 2. 3 « and one inch. With eyelets _ I 9»V for RICK RACK 79C 39$ 80 to 90 Square Colorfast 800 YARD SPOOL SEWING THREAD SIZE 50 - WHITE OR BLACK This is a high quality thread, made especially for the new zig-zag sewing machines. It will not break like ordinary thread. Mercerized. This Sale Only! A heavy fabric thai makes up so nicely for spring. Many sports wear colors. — YARD 79C Regular size, in three yard pack. Choice of all »J colors. NEW GAY BUTCHER LINENS This wanted fabric in this Sale in six different sparkling colors! Get a supply of it. YARD SUMMER SAIL CLOTH An especially nice fabric for making up into summer wear things. AH new fresh bolts. YARD 69c LANGMACK BEN FRANKLIN STORE PUSSES, NEED NO IRONING An all-around fabric of lightweight and so practical because it needs no ironing. ^lfl« Newest colors. YARD VVV wffffjjf ^^ff ^^^^^P ^^^^w ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^f ^^^^^^^^^^^^^P ^^^^^P ^^^^w z o C 70 Z O z VI O TJ 3D O Z o I/I I TO O Z o X • OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS • OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT!) OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS • OPEN FRIDAY AND SATUR

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