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4-AJgona (la.) Upper D*i , O«fetwr 47, Thanksgiving Is Theme Of Portland Club PORTLAND - The Progress Clnfa met Thursday, October, 20th, In the home of Hazel Steven *ith Arlene Marlow assistant hostess. Mrs. Marie Parsons opened the meeting *ith a poem, "The Blessings of Thanksgiving'' . Roll Call, "What I dislike about Halloween", was answered by 12 members: Arlene Wood, Ethel Smith, Flossie Bartlett, Ella Lampe, Edith .Jandl, Marie Parsons, Hilma Carlson, Viola Backer, Thelmi Meister, Linda Meister, Hazel Steven and Arlerns Mario*. Viola Becker was In charge of Fun Time. TheJma Melster, Vivian Dutton arrf Flossie Bartlett winning prizes. RuthTrun/.- hlll, Vivian Dutton aM Judy Eckels were quests. Mrs. Ajcei Carlson awl Mrs. Betty Miller are to \f> hostesses for the JfovernVsr meeting. It was decided by toe club members, to have a one o'clock luncheon at toe Cunningham Cafe, November, 17th. Those planning to attend, please notify Marie Parsons or Arlene Wood. Roll Call: "AThankagiTiBsMemorr' 1 . Fan TlfiM, Hatel Keren and Ar- lets« Mirlo*. • o - Mr. and Mrs. BernaM Meister aecwnpaiiSed Mr. and Mrs. John 'A'elp of Bancroft to Rochester last Sunday. The Meisters visited la the George Donavon botae, the Weips took their daughter Mary 8*th tack to St. Mir/s hospital '*tiere she is practicing r.urses training. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreasen attended a house arming In the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Alrin Andreasen at 1020 East State Street, Algona. Others attending were, Mr. and Mrs, Rotert Dransfeldt, Mr. Frank Bahlift?, Mr. ar*d Mrs. Tim r/Brein, all of Algona, Mr. and Mrs.JeraldBahilng.Titooka, and Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn Bah- llng of Burl. A purse-*a5 presented toe honorees and Irjnch was served at the close of toe evening . Sw/Jay afternoon visitors in toe Tony Jandl home were, Mr. a,vl Mrs. Clarence Diers and girls of Bmcroft, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tryrikhill awl family, Chas, Tom aiid Catoy TnmkMll. Mr. arrf Mrs. Jack TrunkhlU are toe parents of a baby girl born October, 12th, in the Britt Memorial hospital. She has been named Susan Kay. Brr-rillinnt Idea! ORDER FUEL NOW! R T ELAX ilS WINTER Get ready for winter now ! We carry only the best. Burns clean, saves work. Give us that call today. Always free delivery and courteous service, of course. VIKING OIL CO. PHONE 295-3749 Mr. and Mrs. Edwin dahl and family of Lotts Creek, Mir. and Mrs. Larry Stray»r and family of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Andreas**, Mr. aad Mrs. VsTOon Smith of Hampton David Smith and Jennette Wltco- eodahl of Fort Dodge attended a birthday party In honor of David Smith, Saturday evening in the Henry Smith home. Mrs. Tocy Jandl received a telephone call from her daughter, Mrs. George Sengbnsch of Milaca Minnesota, last weekend. She asked ho* her mother had be«a feeling since Mrs. Jandl has not been In the best of heal to, lately and said her husband, George has been feeling badly since his bad accident some time ago. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels and bafcy of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and bafc-y, Burt, •were Sunday dinner guests In toe P. W. Mar low home, a >-eek ago Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brlstow and family of Lo- Veme and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and Shawn of Algooa, were Sunday evetiing visitors. A nice sized crowd attended toe shower, Tuesday evening of Miss Jeanette Wichtendahl. MJss Wichtendahl will be married Saturday evening, October, 23th, to David Smite. David Smith and Jeanette WJc- htendahl were Sunday supper guests in toe Henry Smith home. Mrs. Minnie Sperring celebrated her 80to birthday a week ago Sunday In toe home of her daughter, Mrs. Bernard Phelps. Thirty-five of her children, grand-children and great grand children came to help her celebrate. She went home with a daughter, Mrs. Lester Hacker of Fort Dodge where she will spend toe winter after having spent toe summer here In Portland with the Bernard Paelps. Mrs. Edmund Larson and Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy entertained their Circle, toe Shirley Circle at Burt Methodist Church, last Wednesday afternoon. Everybody In Portland is busy picking corn, some are almost through and some about half done. The weather has been cooperating splendidly. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Meister and Bret were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Bernard Meister home. Mrs. A. L. Rasmussen and daughter Mrs. Conrad Graham, Wade and Wanda called on Miss Marie Graver in Algona, last . Thursday. Mrs. W. H. Diebler of Kanawha and Mrs. F. E. Charbonneaux were Sunday afternoon visitors In toe A. L. Rasmussen home. Mrs. Diebler is Mr. Rasmussen's mother, Mrs. Charbonnedux, a sister. Eugene Meister came home from Upper la. University at Fayette, to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meister. Miss Mary Ann Goetz of Osage came Sat. evening. "The Bible contains the mind of God, toe state of man, the way of Salvation, toe doom of sinners and the happiness of believers". FaU Spread Fata absorb odors and flavors readily. We use this characteristic to advantage when we cook onions in a small amount of fat and then distribute the onion flavor by mixing the fat throughout a casserole mixture. HARVEST DAYS SPECIAL Choice of Colors and Weaves St. Joe Soldier On Furlough With Relatives ST. JOE - Spec/5 Gary Jf. Frideres, Fort Bragg, N. C., is here visiting his faihw,HarofcI Frideres, and wift other rtl*- tires and friends. Spec/5 Frf- deres is spending a month's ftu-- lough, having visited friends and relatives in Colorado, Arizona and California before arriving here. He has 8 months of service to serve before is discharge. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sinnweil from here accompanied by Mr. aad Mrs. Roger Sinnweil, Steve, Vicki, David tod John from Mason City and visited relatives la Waterloo Sunday. Mrs. Margaret Phillips, Gil- bertsviiie, spent toe weekend bere Tito her coasin, Mrs, Lotjise Thai. Mrs. Phillips accompanied Mrs. Thai's grandson, Allan Becker, Cedar Rapids, who spent toe weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Becker, and other relatives aod friends. Mr. and Mrs. George Ham and son, Ames, spent the weekend here in toe home of Mrs. Ham's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bormann and Kenneth. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds, Al- gesia, are parents of a daughter, Lori Marie, born Oct. 13 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Dodds, Algooa, and Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Koolhaas and Mr. and Mrs. John Thai, St. Joe are great-grandparents. Lori Marie has a sister Debbie and a brother Mori and they are spending some time here with toe maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Koolhaas. Mr. and Mrs Don Reding are parents of a daughter bom Oct. 17 in St. Ann hospital, Algona. This makes four girls and a boy In toe Reding family. Mrs. Justine Becker, Wesley, and John B. Reding, St. Joe, are the grandparents. Mrs. Harold Reding, a surgical patient in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, came home Satur- day after 10 days in the hospital. Mrs. Dan GJrfley, Colorado Springs, Colo., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding, arrived borne Monday to be with her mother during the first -reeks of her convalescence. Mrs. Mary Kinsch of California is a visitor here via relatives aad friends. Mrs, Kinsca is a sister of N. J. Weydett and Anton Warden from here aad Math Weydert, Algoaa, aod the past month was spent witt a daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reiovald and Deaice, Chicago. The Retawalds brought Mrs. Klnsch here aad spent toe weekend with relatives. C.D.A. officers are Invited to attend a Guest Night Nov. "8 at Wesley. Mr. aad Mrs. Lee Xepple and Mr. aad Mrs. Jim Clark aad Margaret, Iowa City, spent the veek- ead here with Mrs. N'epple'spar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Orrille Wagner aad Barbara. Mrs. E. J. Gales entertained her 500 dab Thursday, with Mrs. Tocy Becker, Mrs.Susie Kramer and Mrs. Peter Bormann receiving prizes. Mrs. Joe Sinn- won entertains the club Nov. 3. Mrs. Richard J. Thul and Thomas John spent Sunday he re in toe home of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Thul and family. Mrs. Thul leaves the latter part of November for Fort Bliss, Tex. where her husband, Pfc. Richard J. Thai, is stationed. Mrs. Tliul is employed at the selective service office in Algoaa aid lives with her mother, Mrs. Maurine Harr in Wesley. Sue Elizabeth Reding, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Reding, was baptized by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher in St. Joseph's church, Sunday. Sponsors were Joyce Becker, Wesley, and Delmer Reding, Algona. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher is attending retreat this week at the American Martyrs Retreat House, Cedar Falls. SENECA Kenneth Beaver, son of the Charles Beavers, left last Mon- retuunfl AUWAY8 FIRST QUALITY Pj[ ' Founder's Days Save 2.10! Girls' and boys' jackets reduced thru Saturday Terr(fic reductions on jackets for tot- age» ... to celebrate Found- Reg. er's Days! Come find all their favdrite styles . . . sizes for all (he youngsters. Better hurry Reg, in —stock up while you save so B|G! You'll save even more if you plan to shop now for Reg. Chr'stmas! through teen$14.98, NOW $12.88 $12,98, NOW $10.88 $10.98, NOW $8.88 New! Fashion Manor Teflon-coated cookware Smart set! 2-qt. and 3-Ql s;iuce pans, 5-qt. D'jicti oven, 8" and 10 f f y pons (all with biown anodized ciluminu'" Covers), nylon spoon, spatula, plus I 1" square yriddlc. <*'nj poacher. 14-pc. s»t 17.99 day morning from Alfona for tn- (factioD into the armed forces. H* west to Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. Tt* Beavers have not heard U b« was to resi lia at Ft. Leonard Wood or «at to soaie other state for basic trainia?. Kenneth *as hoiwred at a fcire^sil disier at his home Sunday. Goests io- chriecl his giandmTther, Mrs. Floteace Brdmi; an annt, Mrs. Viola Sterns; also his brother and tacitly, Mr. aod Mrs, James Beaver; a sister and family, the Virgfl Gardners; also a friend, Mrs. Myrtle Triggs, all of Esfcerrilie. They were joined in the late afternoon by an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Beaver. Pat Binzen, a student nnrse at Mercy School of Nursing at Cedar Rapids, spent fee weekend with her parents, the Robert Bin tens. Mrs. Clara Boilig of Heritage Rest Rome at Bancroft, was a Sunday dinner and afternoon guest at the home of her son and family, the Kenneth Bolligs. Jack Beaver, son of the Howard Beavers, who Is in the service and stationed in Kansas, visited one day last week with the Charles Beavers and Kenneth. Re was enjoying a furlough is fo "Bing" VOTE POR W. B, (BING) MacDONALD Republican Candidate FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY KOSSUTH COUNTY PARTNER — SHUMIVAY7 KELLY & FRISTEDT, ATTORNEYS, ALGONA. • TRIAL DEPARTMENT, KANSAS CITY LAW FIRM — TWO YEARS. • MEMBER IOWA STATE, KOSSUTH COUNTY AND AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATIONS. • PRESENT COUNTY ATTORNEY IS SEEKING HIS SIXTH TERM — • IT'S TIME FOR A CHANGE. VOTE NOVEMBER 8 Paid Political Adv. 107 E, State Algona Ph, 295-2528

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