The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 15, 1956 · Page 47
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 47

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 15, 1956
Page 47
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8-Aloonp (lo.) Upper Pes Moines Tuesday, May 15, 1956 LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mr nnd Mrs Junior Hurlburt railed Saturday evening at the Alfred Schadendorf home. Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath and John and Mrs Martha Rath visited at the Hurl- 'buvt home. Sunday callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Clan-tiro Householder were Dill Householder and ijarry Householder. Mr and Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom and girls, Mrs Selma Hatn- rnerstrom. Mr and Mrs Laverne • lammerstrom and family of Ware, Mr Fry and Mrs Ben Johnson and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the Raymond Zwiefel home in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Dick Aretid and family of WhitteinorO called Sunday evening at the Ralph Bier- stcdt home. Dinner guests Sunday at Ihe Arden Hovey home were Mr and Mrs Alvin Swanson and W. H. Meyer of Swea City, Mr and Treasure Hunt Special FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY /^Vmstrong QUAKER® WALL COVERING Handsome, Modern Walls for Kitchens and Bathrooms. 12 Color Combinations To choose from. 54 Inch High. Treasure Hunt Days Only! 49C Running Foot COWAN BLDG. SUPPLY Phone 275 Algona Fri. TREASURE HUNT' SPECIALS Sat. ^•^^••^••^•H 69 Lb. HOSTESS SERVING TRAYS Aluminum Lawn Chair • Weighs Only 3 Lb*. • Strong, Sturdy As Steel • Colorful Seat and Back • Folds Up Compactly 7 KDHLHAAS HARDWARE ED AND PAT CULLEN AT THE PRIMARY ELECTION - JUNE 4 Vote For JENS M. RENSEN Democratic Candidate for Supervisor, 2nd District Now serving by appointment lo fill the unexpired term held by the late S. D. McDonald. I am a candidate for renomination on the Democratic ticket for the short term and the full term, subject lo Ihe will of the voters al Ihe Primary, June 4. I Will Sincerely Appreciate Your Support 20-21-22* Mrs TT. T. Bunkofskp of Algona. Lavonni' Thompson attended a birthda\ party for Linda Green of Bancroft Sunday afternoon. Mi- ;md Mrs Owen Bcrhow called at the \V. M. Rotter man home at Ehnore Tuedsay. Sunday evening they called at the Delnvir Fischer home. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Orville Kressi'n home. In the evening, Mr and Mrs Darrell Dreyer and family of Fenton visited the Bierstedts. Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and Lavonne. Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva and Florence Ya•J(.T were dinner guests Sunday at the Jim Elshecker home at Bancroft. Mrs Alfred Farland. Dale and Reed, of Swea City, spent Tuesday evening at 'the Walter Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and family attended open house ill the Swea City school and also visited at the Elmer Frank home. Sunday. Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and Mr and Mrs Frit?. Newbrough called on Mrs A. D. Newbrouijh. a patient at St. Ann hospital, Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and boys spent Sunday evening at the Marlyn Bailsman home. Mrs Ruth Krueger and Mr and Mrs Geo. B. Long and family were Sunday dinner guests at be Clarence Ackersqn home in Wesley. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Marvin Ackerson and Douglas spent the evening at the Geo. Long home. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family were guests Sunday afternoon and evening at the Lurry Alt home at Fenton. Bob Weisbrod and Frances Schmelling of Cylinder called Sunday afternoon at the Maurice Weisbrod home. Sunday the Maurice Weisbrod family were at the Junior Hurlburt home. Mr and Mrs Marold Schlei and Steve of Fenton called Friday 'vening at the Clarence Kraft iome. Mrs H. E. Morgan of Algona ;penl the weekend at the W. J. Cotton home. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Klepper and boys spent Sunday at the parental Floyd McKain home in Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Chas. Morris spent Sunday afternoon at the Henry Manus home in Burt. Around Algona Mrs Otto Schmidt will be hostess to the staff birthday party of the Rebekah Lodge this evening, (Tuesday). The party has a May basket theme. Loyal Order of the Moose will hold initiation ceremonies Sunday afternoon at the lodge hall. The state champion degree team will be here to put on the work and dinner will be served at 6 p.m. —o—• Mrs Lenora Hilitz is entertaining her sewing club this afternoon, (Tuesday). •—o- Mr and Mrs Leonard Meissner had as their weekend guests, Mrs Carl Schoulties and daughter. Mary Ann, Miss Bernadette Meissner and Miss Frances Mack al' of Sioux City. Mrs Schoulties and Miss Meissner are Mr Meissner's sisters and Miss Mack, his aunt. The special event for the visitors was the First Holy Cum munion of the Meissner son, Bill Sunday at St. Cecelia's church. —o— Mrs Robert Bickert was host ess to her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs Victor Parsons and Mrs Colleen Barry received tht high score prizes. The Cub Scouts and Ihei; families will have their annual picnic pack meeting Thursday evening at the Call State Park Q ^ The Eight Specs card club and their husbands had a party Wednesday evening for Mr and Mrs Harold llobson who were recently married. Dinner was served at the Johnson House following which the group went t< the home of Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl for a gift shower and cards Mrs Lela Stewart, Mrs Esthei Helberg and Mrs Beecher Lane received the Indies' card prizes and W. J. Sii;sbee and Mr Hobson the men's. Earl Miller, Bud Robinson and Harlan Sigsbee went to the Miller cottage on Woman's Lake in Minnesota Thursday for a few days fishing. Grady Phillips and Willard Zeigler planned to join them later. Mr and Mrs John Vernel) Hardgrove had as their weekend guests the son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Meine of Mankato, Minn. Mrs Meine is the former Kay Hardgrove. Mr and Mrs Eugene Schattschneider were Sunday supper guests. R. B. Waller left by train Monday morning for San Francisco Cal. where he will visit his brother, Lt. Col. Marvin Waller. They plan to return to Algona in the brother's car and after a visit here. Lt. Col. Waller will leave on an overseas army assignment Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey are at Longville, Minn, for the opening of the fishing season. They plan to return Wednesday. John Beiser and G. A. Towne are spending this week at the Algona Outing Club cottage at Cass Lake, Minn. A. 11. Borchardt planned to accompany them but had to remain at home because of an eye infection. Mr and Mrs Norman Lee of Lincoln. Neb. spent the weekend here with Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson. Mr Lee lived at thr Hobson home hear Hurt as a youngster and fct the Denni- Pratt home here while attending high school. —o— Presbyterian Women's Organization meets Thursday afternoon at the church for a 1:30 dessert luncheon. The Upper Room service at 1:15 is in charge of Mrs Don Asa. Mrs L. Martin will give devotions. Margaret Duranl will present the guest program, speaking on the subject to familiar hymns and Mrs M. II Brower will sing several solos to illustrate. —_(")__ Mr and Mrs Tom Holmes, for- ner Algonans now of San Diego. Cal.. are visiting here at the home of Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips. They have spent 10 day? in Des Moines with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Tom Holmes, Jr. and from here will go to visit the other son, Jim, and his wife who live in Minnesota. Mrs F. M. Holt was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs Charles Simmons received the middle score prize and Mrs John Hopkins, low. Mrs Rex Voyles entertained aJ a birthday party Saturday afternoon for her son, Scott who was three years old. Guests were Mrs James Kolp and Nancy, Mrs Mitch Taylor and Jean, Mr? Richard Burt and Tommy and Mrs Milton Will and Joe and thr honoree's brother, Steven. Mrs Glen Jones was hostess to her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. The meeting was held at the home of Mrs Jones' mother Mrs Art Krause because of meas- le patients at the Jones home. Mrs Charles Hardgrove was assisting hostess. Mr and Mrs Wesley Bartlelt had as their overnight guests Monday Mr and Mrs Don Parker of Lincoln, Neb. The visitors and Mr and Mrs Bartlelt attended a 5th anniversary dinner of the Kiwanis Club at Armstrong Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Gerald Frankl en- Woodward, tertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of the First Communion of their son, Eugene. Guests were Mrs E. E. Robinson and children of Algona, Mrs Ben Kunkel, the maternal grandmother, of St. Benedict, and Mr and Mrs Donald Frankl of Minneapolis. The paternal grandmother, Mrs Marie Frankl, was an evening guest. Mi and Mrs E. E. Robinson are Eugene's Godparents. W. A. Foster went lo Dubuque Sunday for a reunion with three of his brothers held at the home of John Foster. A brother was here from California and plans to come ' to Algona later this month. Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt and three sons of Fairmont, Minn, spent the weekend here with Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl. —o— Charles Lawson and Eilleen, Colleen and Lee and Wava Woodward spent Mother's Day at Mason City with Miss Woodward's parents and the children's grandparents, Mr and Mrs J. H The members of the Naomi Circle will go to Dakota City Friday afternoon to meet with Mrs Walter Klamp. Mrs W. J. Sigsbee is assisting hostess. Mrs Lela Stewart went to Buffalo Center Sunday to spend a few days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Charles Reker. Mrs Reker is the former Leona Stewart. VOTE FOR FRED W. PLUMB REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE -" For Supervisor in the 2nd District EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED DEPENDABLE Believes in economy without sacrifice to the district. Landowner in Union Township. Resident of Kossuth County 43 years. War veteran. Served his country overseas World War I. His character and record of service for the people in various organizations and associations, both local and county wide will stand investigation. YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED JUNE 4th ; ... . 20-21-22 TREASURE HUNT EXTRA SPECIALS PIECE GOODS A Table of Fabric Bargains. A Nice Assortment of All Type Materials at Reduced Prices. BLUE JEANS We are discontinuing all our Blue Jeans at slashed prices. All sizes — now only $1.98 and $2.59 GIRLS DRESSES LAST CLOSE-OUT 1 ! ! 38 Only — Sizes 3 to 12 $2.98 to $5.98 FORMALS Sizes 10 to 16 — While They Last! $5.00 to $15.00 GIRLS COATS Nylon Shorties and Wools Values to $17.95 VALUES TO $17.95 ALL $8.95 LINEN SKIRTS 24 Only — Sizes 10 to 16 Values to $7.95 — While They Last $3.98 "NUTTY NUMBER^ SPECIALS $10.95 LADIES p "^ $10.95 VALUE NYLON DUSTER 57 BEDSPREAD 62 c CHRISCHILLES STORE WEMBLEY Summer Neckwear 1.50 All the newest color schemes in just the right style for him. A versatile gift that pleases them all. MCGREGOR SPORT SHIRTS 2.95 The new look for summer can be seen in all the fresh, new shirt patterns fti our shelves. Designed for cool, com fortable wear, they're so easy to do up, too. Rolfe BILLFOLDS 3.50 5.00 For a gift that will be used day after day for years to come, a smart, new Rolfe billfold is just the ticket. A wonderful selection of the finest billfold made. SAY "BEST WISHES" TO THAT YOUNG MAN WITH A GIFT FROM LIAMS Ai.* •**.'•<•'* INTERWOVEN STRETCH SOCKS i.oo The highly popular stretch sock is a = favorite with all the young men. He'll be % doubly impressed with several pairs. = Swank JEWELRY 1.50 up Every young man likes to make a good impression with the elite in men's jewelry . . . that's Swank. There's just the selection for every man's fancy. SAMSONITE MEN'S LUGGAGE 19.50 up For the young traveler there is nothing more pleasing than to sport a piece of Samsonite luggage . . .so beautifully styled, so easily carried.

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