The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1950 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1950
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Russell Plckett plans lo go to St. Joseph, Mo., to attend a Schrieber Mills Co. meeting, to be held F.eb. 23, 24, and 25. He will accompany j&. Drimmaeow of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mergen, Algona, Mr. arid Mrs. Joe Krieps, Sexton, George Krieps ana Wayne Goodman drove to Rem- seri Sunday where they attended a dinner at St. Mary's hall Sunday evening honoring Mr. and Mrs. Peter Nilles, who were celebrating their 25th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Phillips had as weekend guests the former s brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Phillips of Albert Lea, Minn. Other guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Amelsburg of Fairmont, Minn. While her husband had business in this part of the county, Mrs. W. D. Hemmingson of .Des Moines spent most of last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kapp, and was joined here by Mr. Hemmingson for the trip home. THE EUROPEAN COFFEE SHOP will continue to serve the best of food as usual. SPECIAL FOR SUNDAY Roast turkey and Fried Chicken Dinner Complete $1.00 Serving from 11 a-m. to 8 p.m. Lunch-Special For All Week Chicken Ptft P!e______~ ,. . 35c Meat Loaf ; 35c Hot Turkey Sandwich, with drink 35c Hot Beef Sandwich, with drink- 35c Egg Sandwich ^ 10c 1 ! Hamburger* 15c Pie _^i_i._ '__•,. lOc Cake J_-:_______l 10c Serving from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. during week. EUROPEAN HOTEL COFFEE SHOP , : • Algona Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Crilly attended a business convention at Des Moines from Wednesday till Friday. A. E. Kresensky went io St. Louis, Mo., Friday, and will spend a few days there on a buying trip for the store. Mary Cain, who is in nurses training at St. Mary's hospital, St. Paul, spent the weekend with her father, M. B. Cain. Mrs. R. A. Davidson is confined to bed, having suffered a heart attack a few days ago. Her condition is not considered serious, however. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wichman and little son, Tommy, spent Sunday at Ft. Dodge with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wichman, parents of Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Dailey recently spent a day at West Bend with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schutter who have gone to Phoenix, Ariz., for the rest of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Faber and daughter, Jane, left this week for New Orleans, La., and other points in the south. They plan to Visit Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Abernathy at Memphis, Tenn., and will spend two or three weeks at various locations. Mrs. Abernathy is the former Bull Orton. Mrs. Wm. Sengbusch was operated on at the University hospital at Iowa City, Wednesday, and is getting along fine, but expects to be there from six to eight weeks longer. Sunday, a group of relatives went to Iowa City as blood donors and to see her. Those going down were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Hauenstein and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Hauenstein of Emmetsburg, Mr. and Mrs. John Hanselman, DeVer Miner, and Walter Adams and Richard Sengbusch of Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sengbusch of Laramie, Wyo. Richard Senbusch went there Tuesday night to be with her during the operation, during the operation. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Glaler spent Friday at Ft. Dodge wit^ friends. Mrs. John Hanselman slipped on the ice when getting out of the car Saturday, and suffered a rather severe knee injury. Fortunately no bones were broken, but for a few days she will be unable to walk, keeping off*it to hasten the recovery. Mr. arid Mrs. Henry Pfeffer are the parents of a son born to them at St. Ann hospital Monday, Feb. 6 about 6 p. m. The little lad weighed in at 7 Ibs., 4 02., and has a little sister, Norma Ann, 3 years old. Mrs. Pfeffer is the former Verna Eischen. The Pfeffers live north of Sexton-. Mr. and, Mrs. Don Frederick had as guests Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, Mrs. Alta Frederick and Mrs. Edward Johnson of Minneapolis, Minn., grandmother and aunt of the daughter, Linda Frederick, whose first birthday they came to celebrate Thursday, Feb. 9. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lusby returned Thursday from Rochester, Minn., where the former had been hospitalized several days. He is considerably improved but must remain in bed a part of the time and continue for a time to be in- missed soon, and his mother active. Mrs. Josephine Scribner, her daughters, Mrs. Vincent Esser, Mrs. Ellis Eno of Ft. Dodge, Mrs. Earl Saxton of Hampton, sons, Verle and -Merle, and Merle's family of Des Moines, and granddaughter, Mrs. Dale Heeran of Ft. Dodge, attended the funeral services for Mrs. Donald Scribner, killed in an auto accident at Long Beach, Cal., at Manlius, 111., former home of the deceased. Mr. Scribner is still in a hospital at Oceanside. He expects to be dis- ed quite soon, and his mother plans to go to California the first of March to spend come time with him. Mr. and Mrs.' Elmer Phillips spent Saturday with friends at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bacon spent Sunday at Waltham, Minn., with Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Bacon. Mrs. Henry Scheppmann Sr., had surgery Thursday at St. Ann hospital for the removal of gall stones. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gilbert were visited Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kickbush of Belmond. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Glllespie had as guests Thursday their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Kischner, of Cylinder. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Buri had as weekend guests the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hardy of Cedar Rapids, who were married Feb. 4 at Springfield, Mo. Mrs. Clark Orton and son, Dennis, returned Saturday from Omaha, Neb., where they had visited the son, Knute, a student at a Bible institute there. They also attended a convention while there. Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Tbaves spent Saturday at Mason City on business and were accompanied by Mrs. Henry Guderian, who spent the time with her mother, Mrs. Mary Thaves,' who is at a fe^t home there. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pousch went to Pella near the holidays and were guests of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Heeran. The latter had returned from Rochester, Minn., having had major surgery. Mrs. Pousch assisted in the housework during her mother's convalesence. Later Mr. and Mrs. Pousch went to Ot- turhwa to visit Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pousch, and while there Mrs. Pousch Jr., became sick and has been hospitalized there the past fortnight. At present they can mflke no plans for the return home for at least a few more weeks. Don't Miss FOSTER'S FEBRUARY iirniture . K. SAVINGS! Up to 50 % OFF Here is a Partial Listing 0? These Tremendous Values: EUREKA TANK-TYPE CLEAN- ers, ware 974.50. Complete with all altachraentil Regular price of this value is $74.50. It's a famous national make tank type cleaner at a bi0 saving!-. (55.00 (2) 12x18 FT. ROSE WILTON Rugs. Velvet tone on tope. Rose color. Reg. 2W.SO—$198X0 (2) 9x15 FT. GREEN WILTON Hugi—Velvet tone on tone, a very rich effect. Regularly $189.50 -$129.50 DININGROOM CHAIRS — SET of Six Dining Chain. Nicely style chain. Leatherette seat coven. Were regularly $7.7$ each. Each $4,00 GROUP TABLE LAMPS—NICE variety oi styles. Your Choice of Group Vi Price REGULAR $19.50 TO $2l50 Floor Lamp*—A large group of handsomely styled and finished floor lamps. Regular $19.50 to $23.50 value*. ,~ *1MS LIVINGHOOM DESKS—MAHO- gany Buffet Desks, were $69.75 —A lovely type oi desk and beautifully finished. Drastically .reduced for this sale $47.50 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS; PLAT- form Rockers at Vi Price. Don't wait—came early and quickly for this super value 1 • 2-PIECE WINE MOHAIR LIV- ingroom Set — was $299.001 Lounge chair and matching davenport. Wine mohair coveting. $125.00 MISCELLANEOUS CARPET ENDS—includes an assortment of 27 inch, 9 foot and 12 foot widths. Varied lengths. Just the thing for odd floor spots and hallways. -1/3 OFF (1) 12x18 FT. WINE AXMINSTER Rug—Tone on tone type ill scroll pattern. Regularly 1|9.50_$129.50 8 FT. 3 IN. BROADLOOM CAR- pet—Long wearing AxminsLer weaver Tone on tone wine color. Regularly $$.95 Sq. Yd.-- T --$4.Z5 KROEHLER 2-PIECE LIV1NG- room Set—was $219.00. Tur- quoiae fries* covering. Lounge chair and two-cushion davenport. —$149.00 KROEHLER 2-PC. LIVINGROOM Set—was $219.00. Coral frieze covering. Lounge chair and two- cushion davenport ,.$135.00 4-PC. WALNUT MODERN TYPE Bedroom Set—was $219.00. Another outstanding bargain. Walnut waterfall. Larger chest, bed, vaniry with large round mirror, and bench $169.00 4rPC. JOERNS WALNUT BED- room suite—was $289.20. Waterfall wa|nnt modern, bed, chest drop center vanity with large round mirror, and bench.. .$219.00 SELLERS UTILITY CABINETS -r-was $74.50. To matchc above cabinet units.—Pair $ 55.00 EUREKA CLEANING OUTFITS, were $149.50. A complete home cleaning outfit by Eureka. Includes upright vacuum cleaner, and lank type cleaner with full set of Attachments. Youn for this price in our sale. $99.95 SIMMONS' INNER - SPRING MATTRESSES— Double bed size—finished with roll edge—• Full set of vents—equipped with handles—220 coil springs. .$24.50 4-PC. WALNUT WATERFALL Bedroom Set—was $209. A handsome modern type bedroom including bed, chest, vanity and vanity bench.-..--- $159.00 3-PC. COLONIAL MAPLE BED- room Set—was $149.50. Maple finish. A truly lovely set. Bed, chest, and vanity. $ 99.50 6-PC. JR. DININGROOM SET— was $198.50. Extension table, four chairs, server buffet. In harvest wheat tones. -- $149.50 5-PC. WALNUT DINETTE SET— was' $$9.50. Extension table and four matching chain. $ 34.50 7-FT. CABINET SINK BASE— was 289.00. Built-in type. Complete with twin sink, plumbing fixtures and wall cabinet..$225.00 SELLERS KITCHEN CABINET —was $98.00. White enamel. Deluxe streamlined space saver model. - $ 69.50 WALNUT KNEEHOLE DESKS. Were $65.00. Handsome living- room type. Fully equipped with drawers. $45.00 5-PIECE KITCHEN SET—Was $79.50. Colonial modern table and four matching chairs. Porcelain top. Extra leaves...5 39.75 5-PC. CHROME DINETTE SET— was $79.50. Porcelain top table ' and leur matching chrome chairs. Extra leaf. 4-leg chrome chairs -- .-.$ 49.75 FURNITURE CO Mrs. Andrew Hansen was sick a few days last week with stomach flu. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gusier were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bode while in Webster City last week, attending the band festival. Mrs. Marian Conkling had as weekend guests Norrna Anderson and Esther Reiser of Sioux Falls, S. D. The women became acquainted some time ago when all were teaching at the same school. Baptismal riles were held Sunday, Feb. 5, at the Trinity Lutheran church for Jolyn Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Godden, the Rev. Luther Loesch officiating Sponsors were William Meyers and Mrs. William Eimers of Fenton. A family dinner followed the services. Tuesday, February 14, 1950 Alflttna Upper D« Molnet-5 LaVonne Hagge accompanied Georgia Schirm to Atlantic where they remained from Monday till Thursday with the letter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lighter had as guests Sunday their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Peterson and family of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Allen are leaving Thursday for Chicago, 111., for a visit with Mr. Allen's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Patterson. The latter is seriously sick. They then plan to go to Brownsville, Tex., and will perhaps go to Florida, also. At this time they have not outlined a definite itinerary. Mrs. Olive Herbst, Adele and Benjy, have been sick with flu. Benjy had the most severe case and is still not recovered. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Godden are vacationing in Florida, and first went to Clearwater. They have gone from there to St. Petersburg and plan to be away till March 1. An O.E.S. school of instruction was held Friday at Emmetsburg. Those in attendance frorn here were Mcsdames Anton Didriek- sen, Harold Fitch, R. H. Guderian. Clinton Lighter, John Me- Guire, L. R. Potter, George St. John, H. N. Watklns, J. J. Wadleigh, Fred Shilts, and Leola Zeigler. Another group went to West Bend, Wednesday. THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY SPECIALS AT RAY'S MARKET! NORTHERN TISSUE 12 rolls $1 BUTTER BEANS, No. 2 6 cans $1 JACKSPRATPUMPKIN, No. 2 8 cans $1 JACK SPRAT KRAUT, No. 2% .ficans $1 JACK SPRAT CORN, Ko. 2. Scans $1 FRUIT COCKTAIL, Ko. 1 Tall .4 cans $1 MAYFLOWER CANNED CHERRIES, No. 2.-.. kans$t LARGE TIDE „...: :..£ ...4for$l JACK SPRAT PORK AND BEANS, No. 2.. .8for$l PORK AND BEANS, No. 300 ..10 cans $1 MAYFLOWER PEACHES IN SYRUP, No. IVi ....Jeans $1 CANNED PEAS, No. I 7 cans $1 HEINZ CATSUP 4for$1 PILLSBURY CAKE MIX... ......Jforjl GERBER BABY FOOD 12 cans $1 Farm Fresh SPRING FRIES MEATY SPARE RIBS ARMOUR DRIED BEEF....... ... ....... Pkg.33c CORNKING SLICED BACON..... ....... Lb.39c HORMEL BACON ENDS ___________ ...... 4LbsJ9c RAY'S MARKET

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