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<-Algona (la.) Upper Des Molnes Tuesday, November 13, 1962 ' ST. JOE By Mrs. Syl Wagner Day Of Itrrnllrctinn Rev. Alfred McCoy of SI. Mary's Catholic church. Pomeroy. eon- ducted a Day of Recollection for all Catholic women in the area in St. Joseph's church on Sunday. Nov. II, beginning at I o'clock It was sponsored by the Catholic Daughters of America, but open to all women. Father McCoy spoke and led in prayer's and at 4 o'clock Benediction of' (he Blessed Sacrament concluded the afternoon. A coffee break was (he climax. St. .foe Trojans The St .toe Trojans -I-H club met for their October meeting at the home of Virgil Wagner on Wednesday evening with Rob .Johnson. County Extension associate attending. The past year 4-H record books were returned and members were congratulated on their fine work. The annual Award night will be held on Nov. m for Kiverdale and Garfield township* in St. Joseph's School Hall. New members are Dennis Berte. Richard Berte, Robert Bernhard and Thomas Wagner l.unch was served by Mrs Adeline Wagner. ; Age Civics Club of St. Joseph's School this week received its of- fical charter from the Commission on American Citizenship in Washington. D. C. Officers of the club are: William Heding, president; secretary. Kathleen Plathe; treasurer. Thomas Wagner. | Prc-N'uptial Shower Miss Phyllis Thilges was hon ored to a pre-miptial shower in St Joseph's hall on Sunday, Nov. 4 with relatives and friends attending the courtesy. Miss Thilges, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Thilges will be the bride of Larry Stacy, son of Mr and Mrs Vern Stacy of Lauren* here in St Joseph's church on Nov. :M. Organi/r School Club Young Pioneers of the Space Mrs Ed Besch and Anna Mae of Whittemore were Monday evening visitors here in the home of Mr and Mrs Orville Wagner and fam ily. Bill Friders, son of Mr and Mr Norbert Friders, Livermore, form erly from here is on a 38-da leave from Fort Carson, Colo. Fo lowing his leave he will report t New Jersey from where he will be sent to Germany on overseas duty Mrs Peter Bormann entertainec her 500 club on Tuesday afternoon with Mrs John B. Reding, Mrs E J. Gales and Mrs Tony Becker receiving prizes. Mrs John Origer, Mary Jane Origer and Elizabeth Berte were lunch guests. Mrs Alphonse Berte will entertain the club on Nov. 15. O'Brien family gathering was held on Sunday at Van's Cafe in Algona followed by a social afternoon spent here in the home of Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien and family. Attending the dinner were Frank Koran, Albuquerque, Mrs Catherine Ktirka, Fairfield, M and Mrs Bernard O'Brien and Pat Hayfield, Minn., Mr and Mrs Tim O'Brien, Mr and Mrs Loyala O'Brien and Mrs Nellie VanAllen Mr and Mrs Leo Kollasch all from Algona, Mr and Mrs Edmonc O'Brien and family, Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Gene Lemkee, Irvington, and Mr and Mrs Hubert O'Brien from here. Mrs Harold Reding was a sur- jical patient in St. Joseph's Mercy lospital in Fort Dodge this week. Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas, Mrs Art llg, Mrs Adeline Wagner and Mrs laymond Kohlhaas visited with Sva Erpelding in Holy Family lospital in Eslherville on Tuesday fternoon. Eva Erpelding will bserve her 93rd birthday on Nov. 8. Mrs Milford Plathe entertained the Farmerette 500 club on Tuesday evening with Mrs Alvin Klein and Mrs Herman Becker as guests. Receiving prizes were Mrs Delmer Plathe, Mrs Art Kohlhaas and Mrs Marvin Reding. Mrs Martin Friders entertains the club in November. Mr and Mrs John Thul were Thursday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs James Becker at Bancroft. Mrs Kate Phillips, Mrs Becker's mother and Mrs Thill's sister is visiting in the Becker home. BEAN Mrs John Hearn grew a curiously-shaped New Guinea bean. New Guinea beans, are something like summer squash, although this one- is too large to be tasty, weighing 12 pounds. ^U CAN it SUKE.,.IF fT^CStindlQUSC - - - o Read About The WESTINGHOUSE CONTINENTAL ELECTRIC RANGE IN THIS MONTH'S FARM & HOME SECTION PAGE (! BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE vmmmummmmmmmmmummmummmmmmmmmtimmmmmmma WWW""" ^ff^^ ^^^^ M«\«l\l\l ... OVERFLOWING WITH FABULOUS BUYS YOU'LL REAP PLENTY OF SAVINGS IT IS AN ABUNDANT HARVEST . . . AND NOW YOUR ALGONA MERCHANTS BRING YOU AN ABUNDANCE OF TRUE SAVINGS ON EVERYTHING FROM XMAS DECORATIONS TO HIGH FIDELITY SETS, FROM FURNITURE TO FASHIONS. NOW'S THE TIME TO SHOP FOR ALL THOSE ITEMS YOU'LL BE WANTING AND NEEDING NOW, IN THE COMING WINTER AND THE HOLIDAY SEASON. IT WILL PAY YOU TO SHOP IN ALGONA FOR A HARVEST OF VALUES Huukcyc Howling Lanes Manila Plumbing & Heating N'u. Iowa Appliance Center Oau Oarage & Body Shop Read's Furniture Frederick Hardware Post Transfer & Storage Kelley Lumber Co. North Central Public Service Co. Zender's Sharp's Jewelry Isaacson Studio Taylor Implement Co. Kirk's Shoe Store Smoke Shop Shilts Brownbilt Shoe Store Blossom Insurance Agency Coast-to-Coast Store Bomgaars S & 10 Kossuth Motor Co. Algona Greenhouses Iowa State Bank Algona Laundry & Dry Cleaners Algona Flour & Feed Christensen's Kent Motor Co. llutzell Office & School Supply Graham's Algona Implement Co. Joe Bradley Equipment Sheakley's Leuthold-Williams (The Hub Clothiers) Jack's O. K. Tire Service Saitcr's Davis Paint Kossuth Radio & Electric Viking Oil Co. Foster Furniture Co. Fruit Williams — John Deere Hjiistrom Furniture Co. Irons Heating & Plumbing Thermogas Co. of Algona Waldron's Cafe Ready-Mi; Concrete & Lumber Algona Theatre Co. Percival Motors Schultz Bros. Garage & Oil Station Universal M/g. Co. Sherwin-Williams Paints Wiltgen Jewelers Rusk Drugs-Jewelry Funk Plumbing & Heating Hood's Super Valu Carson's for Color J. C. Penney Co. Buscher Bros. Implement Algona Produce Co. The Chrischilles Store Modern Dry Cleaners Lindsay Soft Water of Algona Strayer Standard Service Consolidated Co-Op Creameries llonsbruch Drug Laing Plumbing & Heating North Iowa Sewing Machine Co. The Security State Bank Beecher Lane Appliance United Building Center Home Federal Savings & Loan Ass'n Harrison's Variety BUSHELS OF BARGAINS Nix,

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