The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1950 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 14, 1950
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Upper Des Mftines Tuesday, February 14, 1950 Lone Rock Club Holds Annual Dinner Feb. 7 Lone Rock —* The Idle Hour club held its annual dinner Tuesday evening, Feb. 7, at the home of Mrs. Jas. Coady. The evening was spent playing "500" and Bunco, with the following winning prizes for "500": Mrs. Joe Vollmar, high for women; Neva Thompson, low for women; Wallace McArthur, high for men; Jim Coady, low for men, and Art Person winning' chair prize. Bunco prize winners w«re Mrs. P. L. Person, high and Mrs. Jas. Coady, low. Those attending the dinner were the Jas. Coady family, Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Cherland, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Faber, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthu^ Mr. and Mrs. Art Person, Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Person, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tigges, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vollmar, Mr. and Mrs. Art Voetman, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Weber, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Thompson, Mary Ann Rustimier of Bancroft, and Neva Thompson, Hostesses At Paitr Mrs. W. Q. Flaig and Mrs. Fred Genrich entertained the following ladies at a party in honor of Mrs. A. E. Jorgenson of Oakland Neb., at the Fred Genrich home Tuesday evening: Mesdames J M. Blanchard Sr., Edw. Blanchard, Frank Flaig, Eldon Marlow L. A. Newbrough, Jim Long, Alex Krueger, Delmar Fischer, Merwin Marlow, C. F. Schultz, Hrederick Schultz, L. Kingma, H. A. Blancharfl, J. M. Anderson, Erich Seegebarth, and Emil Kraft, and Miss Helen McMahon of Burt. Birthday Honors Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Art Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Zumach, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boettcher, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Luedtke, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Luedtke, Mr. and Mrs. Don Luedtke, and Mr. and Herman Luedtke were all guests at a birthday party Monday evening at the Marvyn Luedtke home in honor of her birthday. The evening was epent playing "500", with Mr. Herman Luedtke winning high for men, Mr. Art Zumach winning low for men, Mrs. Clarence Zumach winning high for women, and Mrs. Fred Boettcher winning low for women. Mr. Wm. Zumach won the travel prize. Mrs. Dean Jergenson and Doug- Flaig home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Donovan of Algona, Mrs. Albert Shaser and Mrs. Hattie Shaser spent Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lillie Thompson and Neva. Mrs. E. A. Lee, Mrs. Alfred Schultz, and Mrs. Leon Larson spent Tuesday evening at the Wm. Knoll Jr., home. The Ralph Hammerstrom family spent Wednesday evening visiting Mrs. Selma Hammerstrom at the Dick O'Donneil home. She has been staying wilh the Dick O'Donneil children while Mrs. O'Donneil has been in the hospital in Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Hammerstrom and Eileen spent Thursday evening there. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueck spent Monday evening visiting in the Leu Sanke norne at Britt. Mrs. Henry Kueck spent the weekend ut Savanah, Mo., for a check-up and alsc, vititerl Mrs. Herman Mittag while there. The Ralph Hulburt family spent Friday evening of last week visiting Mrs. Martha Rath at the Lawrence Rath hoine. Mrs. Nora Gordon of Belmond spent from Thursday till Monday at the Clinton Decker home. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Hanmun visited friends. Mr. and Airs. Ray Hughes, at Eau Claire, Wis., over the weekend. They also visited relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Jens Peterson, at Hayfield, Minn, on their way home. Mrs. Roger Jensen entertained Mrs. W. G. Flaig, Mrs. Frank Flaig, and Mrs. Roy Jensen at u coffee party at her home in honor of Mrs. W. G. Flaig's and Mrs. Roy Jensen's birthuays. Airs, prville Dturdorff, Laura and David, of Yale came Thursday to spend the weekend at thfc parental Roy Jensen home. Mrs. Roy Jensen entertained the following at a coffee party in honor of Mrs. A. fc. Jorgenson of Oakland, Neu., Tuesday afternoon: Mesdames W. J. Cotton, A. A. Krueger, E. M. jen»tn, W. G. Flaig, Frank Flaig, Fred Genrich, A. E. Jorgenson, Roger Jensen, Dean Jergenson and Douglas, Ronald Christenson E. A. Lee, and H. A. Blanc-bard. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thomson called Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bierle, from El Paso, Texas, Tuesday evening while on their way- home from California. Louis Reilly and C. M. Gross left Friday to attend a Poland China sale at Cedar Rapids Friday. Mrs. Harvey Rath and Virginia with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eichenberger of Blue Earth, Minn., to Steinauer, Neb., returning home Thursday, to attend the funeral of Mrs. Rath's anut, Mrs. Maune Eichenberger there. The Friendly Neighbor club met Thursday at the home of Liz/ie Meyer with Mrs. J. W. liartman assisting hostess. Murvjn Christeuson arrived home Thursday evening after spending the past cniee days attending the/ sale or Hwefords at Sioux City. The Eluene VVt-Uel taniily spent Tuesday evening at the Edwin Wichtendahl home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl and family attended a birthday party in honor of Otto Wichtendahl at his home in Fenton Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haack and family attended a farewell party Sunday afternoon in honor of the Harley Braddock family at their home near Bancroft. Around 75 attended the party. They are moving to Missouri. Mr. and Mr?. Art Tietz and Robert of Lakota spent Wednesday evening at the Frank Dreyer home. The Clair Bollinger family spent Friday evening last week at the Ervin Wetzel home. The Young Adult Sunday School class of the Methodist church of Burt brought a pot luck supper to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Richards Thursday evening for a nousewarming party. Mr. and Mrs. Marvyn Ackerson and Douglas of Wesley were Sunday evening suppei- guests at the George Long home. Alton and Hildreth Pettit and A. L. Cotton spent Friday at Des Moines on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hartman and Herschel Hartman, Mrs. Evelyn Earing attended the funeral of Julius Hanson at Rolfe Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Pettit and Mrs. Glenn Householder spent Friday at Emmetsourg, visiting Mrs. Dorothy Howe there. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morris and Miss Ruth Krueger spent Thursday at the A. F. Krueger home at Fairmont, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Culbertson and family, Mrs. Alfred Schultz, Rev. L. Kingma, Mrs. C. F. Schultz, Kay Hamlin, Joe Householder, Dick Jensen, and Janet Krueger attended the Youth for Christ rally at Buffalo Center Monday evening. Dick Jensen gave an instrumental number and Kay Hamlin sang a solo, both accompanied by Mrs. Alfred Schultz, for part of the program. Circle A and Circle B of the Lone Rock Ladies Mite Society will meet Thursday, Feb. 16, with Circle A meeting at the home of Mrs. Fred Genrich, with Mrs. Emil Kraft, assisting hostess; and Circle B meeting at the home of Mrs. Wm. Knoll Jr., with Mrs. J. M. Blanchard Jr., assisting hostess. Circle C will not meet until the following Thursday, Feb. 23, at the home of Mrs. W. J. Cotton, with Mrs. Ralph Hammerstrom, assisting hostess. Betty Shaser and Don Jensen have received achievement pins for typing 30 words per minute m the typing tests. Verabejl Behrends received her pin for typing 40 words per minute. Lorenz Gettzenauer, Ralph Bierstedt, Bernard and Arnold Reilly, and Albert Klein spent Thursday at Minneapolis, Minn., going through the Northrup King seed plant there. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Christen^ JVS8LS&&V* evening at Mrs. H. A. Holmgren attended a Shower in honor of Ardelle Fischer at St. John's Catholic chufch at Bancroft Sunday af-iAlgona Were Sunday dinner rnoon. guests at the home of Mrs. Lydia The Omaf McMahon family of Mffteteet , , ANKLETS White and Colors English Rib— Oura regular 39e value. pair $1 DICKEY'S White Tailored Our regular $1.00 quality ''Belle Sharmeer" NYLON HOSE Short - Medium - Long 45 Gauge - Broken Sizes Our regular $1.50 qualify While they lastl pair $1 "Dorothy Perkins" CREAM OF KOSES" $2Jar$l 'WEATHER LOTION' $1.00 Bottles 2 for $1 EXTRA SPECIAL —100 DRESSES First Come-First Served On Our Lower Floor OMAR EXTRA SPECIAL DOLLAR DAYS VALUES AT HARRISON'S! LADIES RAYON PANTIES New pastel colors. Lace-trimmed style. Regularly 59c each. 2<« $ 1 LARGE DISH TOWELS 30 x 30 inches in size. Flour sacking material. 6 for $1 MERCERIZED COTTON HOSE Ladies mercerized cotton hose in new hosiery shades. Sizes 9Vj, 10 and lO'/i. pair LOOPED SHAG RUGS Assorted new colors in these smart looped rugs measuring 18 x 30 inches. LADIES CREW SOCKS Ladies and misses heavy cotton crew socks. All-white. Sizes 9, 9Vj, 10 and lO'/i. BABY RECEIVING BLANKETS pair Choice of pink or blue. Lovely soft texture. Size 30 x 40 inches. 2 for $1 LADIES TAILORED SLIPS Regular $1.98 values. Bias cut gore. Choice of white or tearose. Special Feature! PRIM BRAND "SWEET SUE" HOSIERY 69c Pr. Full-fashioned Nylons in 51 gauge 15 denier. Regularly 9«c. Slight irregulars. IRONING BOARD COVERS Full cut size. Close fitting elastic edge all around. Fits 54 inch board. Special Feature! CHOCOLATE-COVERED CHERRIES Special Feature! NEW LOOPED SHAG RUGS 38c Lb. $1.49 Brach's fine chocolate covered cherries in bulk. Buy several pounds of this) They're beauties! Rubberized back* for non-slipping. Assorted colors. Measure 24x36 inches. HARRISON'S ay evening, Feb. 28, t.Lone Rock school hou^ This)theJ*ftd in Music night will be held at the I will be the first a of'There win THURSDAY-FRIDAY-SATURDAY AT Sorensen's Grocery Tendersweet Kernel Corn 2 CANS Tendersweet Green Bans 2 CANS Tendersweet Peas. 2 CANS All 6 for 1 Sturgeon Bay Red Cherries.4 cans $1 Medium Size Fruit Cocktail Scans $1 Van Camp's No. 1 Size Pk. 'n Beans 10 cans $1 96 Size Grapefruit... JO for $1 CAMPBELL'S SOUPS Beef- Noodle 6 for $1.00 Campbell's Tomato Soup 10 cans $1 Recipe Lb. Cans Pink Salmon.. 3 cans Garden Cream Style Corn ......... lOcans $1 Mormello Salad Dressing ..... gallon Hunt's Halves in Syrup 2!/2 cans Peaches. ...... 4for$1 -OTHER VERY SPECIALMUES- 3-Lb. Can Crisco We Gooch's Best (In Print Bags) Flour ..50-lb. bag $3.19 Peg-O-My Blueberry Muff in Mix... pkg. 3k Large Bunch Fresh Endive 17c Royal Gelatin Dessert..... 6 pkgs. 4k (Strawberry, Raspberry, Cherry, Pineapple, Orange, Lemon) Fresh Cauliflower ... Celery ... Head Lettuce ... Leaf Lelttuce ... Broccoli . . Tomatoes . . . Cucumbers . . -Green Onions. . . . Green Onions Green Peppers . . . Radishes . . . Cabbage ... Carrots ... Sweet Potatoes ... Yams ... Parsnips ... Rutabagas . . . Onions . . . Cranberries . . . Grapes. . . Tangerines . . . Oranges . . . Grapefruit . . . Lemons .... Limes ... Apples Dollar Days at Sorensen's! MEAT SPECIALS Swift's Corn Beef 12 oz can 4k Lard Ib. pkg. lie Home-Made Pork Sausage...Ib. 29c End Cut Bacon Squares..Ib. Ik Fresh Dressed (4 Ib. average) Hens Ib. 32c Pickled Pigs Feel PI. 3k Kraft Velveeta Cheese.,.. 2 Ib. box 79c Boneless Salt Codfish Pork Chops !b.33c FANCY FROZEN PERCH J lb$. flj. Sorensen's Grocery Deliveries Tuesday and Friday Phone 138 «r 139

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