The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1959 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1959
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Engaged To Wed , Surprise Relatives and friends gathered he a A, Gteilelifeld home Sat- day night for a surprise birth" daf party i$r .Efflma Bdettehe¥, istfer of MtSj Qeilertfeld, Those present inducted Mr ahd Mrs "Fred 3dettch§T,'Mt and Mrfc William reyer;" Mr# , Emmaj Dreyer, Mrs lafa P6ttlp%, 'Mrs' Lydia Wetzel, Vtr and Mri ,Mak 'BasVMr, and flrs Hulo':Qadev Mr and MrH leriry Gfeilfenfeld, Charles,' ahd Michael, Mr; and Mrs* ' Remai-d BehnkisLahd Mr arid! Mrs.iWalde*. ttSar Ritedel. -.',•» ' fhe'evetiitig was spent playing 500. iPrize wlnhers were Fred 36ettcher^and Mrs Clara Potnpe. ligh, and Waldemar Riedel^and Vlrs ; Behftke, low. , - 1 • { , won W Mr* Elead, Weeener, Mrs Dan, Davis tod Mrs Bob Disk- ><.- " Mfi Post H«f«i . a * Mrs Dick Post was hostess' to rtdife ^club members last Thursday evening. Mrs Le^ Lee was winner ol the high '{(core TliSmM» Club Rose Anderson was hostess 46 th* members of the Thimble ciutt Monday afternoon. Catd Club Meets Mrs 't<Tell 'McCall entertained h*r cat,d club members Wednesday afifefnotm. T1TONKA NEWS Mrs Wm. Rlckiefs entertained hef SOO club Thursday attethoon. GufeSl was Mrs Ben Qattett. Prizes were won by Mrs Ra£- moftd Bartlett, Mrs Walter Baadc and Mrs Wm. Peterson. Mr and Mrs Jerry Wubben accompanied Mr and Mrs Wilfred Woltz of Hurt to Midland, Mich, whete they speht a week visiting at the home of their son fthd daughter, Mr . and Mrs Dennis Wubben. Mr and Mrs Lake Poltoh arf moving into the tenant house of Mrs Jay Budlbng, which was recently vacated by Mr and Mrs Donald Graham and daughter. Mr and Mrs Kenry Baade were Sunday eveffing Visitors at tM home ol Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hamen ot Wesley, Supt. and Mrs W. P. Truesdell spent the weekend visiting friends nt Colo. Jeffrey Scott Lehman, Son of Mr and Mrs Hafley Lehman, and Marcia Lynn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Baade, wore baptized Sunday morning at the Good Hope Lutheran church with Rev. B. H. Sehwerin officiating. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Alnn Stevons of Northwood and Mr and Mrs Kensy Kortc, respectively. Mr and Mrs Roland ^Watson and family were accompanied by Mr and Mrs John Grnmem of fenton and they visited at the home of Brick Wlngren at I*6ft Dodge and also at the Lutheran hospital where they visited Mrs Wingren. a patient there. Harry Mehlan and daughter Judy, Little America, Minn, visited nt the Richard Isebrand home Friday evening and Saturday. Michael nnd Patty Isebrand accompanied the Medians home Friday and come home Sunday with Phillip Faaborg, who had been visiting over the weekend with Mr and Mrs Elroy Hatten of Anoka. Mr and Mrs Alan Stevens nnd Michael, Mr and Mrs 0. F. Olson nnd Mr nnd Mrs Hat-ley Lehman f huftttoy, Jon. 19, 1959 Algeria (la.) Upf*f &# M&fAfi*f Sr. arid Marjorie, all of MotCh- wood, were Sunday guetts at the home of Mr and Mrs Harley Lehman Jr. and Jeffrey Scott. Mr and Mrs Donald Bflftde and family and Mr and Mrs Ken- soy Korte of Britt were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Baado, in honor of Mftieia Lynn Baade who was baptized during the morning chUJfch set* Vices. Mr find Mrs Alvin Holtoff and family of Woden were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Donnltl Bnflde. Mr nnd Mrs Maurice Keil and son, Scott of Leelynrd spent th(j Stifttffi? Vfoftteg Leonard Callfes hdffie. •J Seneca 4-H To Have A Benefit The Seneca Progfessivte Farmers 4-H club will have its aiiiiuaJ bent-fit card parly at the Sefleca school, Feb. 7, starting At I'M p.m. With the gfcneral ptiblfc hv vifed. A committee handling arrangements is headed by Jerry England. Admission is 50c per per* son, which includes lunch. T6 ob Mr and Mrs Casey Loss an nounce the engagement- of thcit daughter, Faye Elizabeth, above to Robert L. Kuhlmann, son of Mrs Wilma B. Kuhlmann, all of Algona. (UDM engraving). Plum Creek Homemakers ' PlUm Creek Homemakers me Jan. 21 at the home of Mrs Rober Harrison. Assisting hostesses were Mrs Cecil Long, Mrs Stanley Gardner and Mrs Gary Grote Twenty-four members and on guest answered roll call by tell ing their favorite ways to spend a night but. The Extension lesson, a .vegetable work-shop, was given i by Mrs Ronald Gardner and Mrs Michael Schmidt. Mrs Kyle-Keith spoke on the legislature and Mrs Walter Campney reported on plans for a bus tour to-visit the Slate Legislature at Deg Moines, March 10. Mrs Waltejf^Campney gave the^d jMrs Duane Mawdsley' had^cha^ge of the entertainment, ' \ / - ' ' ' The next meeting will'be Feb. 25 at the home of Mrs 'Claude Seeley. Family Dinner A family dinner was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs John Voss' in honor of the latter's birthday. ' In attendance were the son and daughlcr-in-law Mr and Mrs John Voss Jr., of LuVerne ,the son-in- law and daughter Mr and Mrs Herman Weise, Gloria and Ruth, of Wesley and the grandson and wife, Mr and Mrs Delmar Vbss and son David Allen, oJUE&gle .Grove. '' <)i >•** "Union 'suiz"" . The "Union Sutz" card club met Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs Lee.f Scherick.' High score prizes went to Mrs Harriet Schlichting and Herman Thilges. Low score prizes went to Alice Thilges and Ray Mertz. Ronald Collins won the travel prize. Mr and Mrs Charles Schlichting and Mr and Mrs Joe Miller were guests. The engagement of Jerry Anderson, son of 'Mr and , Holman Anderson, 6f Glarib-tt, to Carmen Filippello, of Tampa, Em,, has been announced. The'wedatfig will take place,- in May. Jerry lived here till a few years •'ago when his> parents moved, to Clarion. Jerry is in service and stationed at Tampa. His- parents and brother Jim will go to Tampa for the Wedding. Newcomers Party ' •. MThe 1 Algona Newcomers Club met Jan. 20 at the Legion hall. Hostesses were Mesdames J. B. Harrrs, Joseph McFarland and M. H. Honsbruch. The regular business meeting was followed by dessert, coffee and'cards. Six new members, Mesdames Roger Whip- ole, Chris Hemmon, William Stock, Willis Grimm, James Welp and Ed Crawford, were present at the meeting/ ' ' Hosts At Cards * Mr and Mrs Don. Meyer entertained' at a card party recently and had as guests Mr and Mrs Pat Montag, Mr and Mrs Mervin Hentjes, Mr, and. Mrs Richard Davis,, Mr arid Mrs Darfell Simmons', Kay Young a'nd Charles Elbert. Jean Montag and Mervin Hentjes were winners of, the high score prizes. Mrs Davis and Darrell Simmons jwere low score winners. 94th Birthday A family dinner was given recently at Mr and Mrs Walter Bakken's at Bode for the father T. O. Bakken who was observing his 94th anniversary. Present from Algona were Mr and Mrs Oliver Bakken, Mr and Mrs J3en Bakken and Mr and Mrs Harry Spongberg. , • ' Card Club Hosts ' v \ • J and *Mrs Eermem, JETemen entertained ftieir card club members Wednesday evening, January 21. High score prizes were won by Mrs Lawrence Reidel and Merle Chamberlain. Low score winners were Mr Reidel and Mrs Chamberlain. Mrs Williams Hostess Mrs Fred Williams was hostess to her bridge club members Thursday evening. Prizes were OPEN TO THE PUBLIC AY, JAN. 30th Admission 50c BOXES WINNERS © $5.00 • $2.00 9 Silver Dollars No Box With Less Than 50c Value. You Pick Your Own Box. GOOP SKATING - ALWAYS A FRIENDLY CROWD I DATES TO REMEMBER / FRIDAY, FEB. 6 — St. Joseph private party for all Academy High School students in Carrigan High area. 8 to 11 p.m. MONDAY.lFEB, 9 — Open to Public, All Algona Churches Youth Party. 7:30 to 10:30 p,m. (Tickets on sale through Congrega- ' tional Church Youth members and other churches), FRIDAY, FEB. 13 — Annual Algona Bit and Spur^Party, v • Open to the Public, This is always a fine party. 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. PHONE CY 4-2166 For Your Own Skating Party I * i^^jf^ ^^II^W <^W ^P^W^^^^P ^^^B MEATS USDA CHOICE BEEF FRESH FROZEN U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED GRADE "A" FRYERS EACH l J /4 TO 2 POUNDS AVERAGE MULBERRY BAG RATHS SLICED SMOKY FRESH PURE PORK SAUSAGE Lb. Ik AMERICAN CHEESE FOOD TASTEGOOD I Lb. Box. 59c TENDER SLICED BEEF LIVER Lb. 29c LOIN SALE WHOLE OR RIB HALF Ib. 45 CENTER CUT CHOPS END CUT CHOPS TASTE-O-SEA FILLET HADDOCK Lb. D£L MONTE CHUNK &TYLE 2 DEL MONTE No. 211 CANS ', DEL MONTE 46.0Z. CAN No. 303 CANS DEL MONTE Cocktail No. 303 CAN STA-FLO LIQUID STARCH Quart Bottle WHITE POPCORN 10c 1 LB. BAG WELCH'S Grape Jelly 3 20 OZ. JAR 1.00 WELCH'S GRAPE DRINK Welch ade 29c 32 OZ. CAN DUNCAN HINES HERSHEY'S 16Oz. Can ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX Reg. Pkg. QUAKER SWANSON'S;•• CHICKEN - TURKEY T-YDINNER EACH OATMEA 37c LARGE TUBE KLEENEX BRAND MANDARIN GEISHA ORANGES 11 Oz. CAN CLEANSING TISSUE . 3 690 NABISCO BRAND GRAHAM CRACKERS 1 LB. BOX 330 ALCOA BRAND ALUMINUM FOIL 25 FT. ROLL 290 WESSON OIL QUART BOTTLE PEL MONTI PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT 46 OZ. CANS 290 FASTCO BRAND . Margarine 2:;; 290 STALEY'S WAFFLE Syrup 390 32 OZ BOTTLE Register To Win This White Electric PORTABLE SEWING MACHINE NO PURCHASE REQUIRED - YOU NEED NOT BE PRESENT TO WIN. DRAWING WILL BE HELD SAT, FEBRUARY 7TH. LONG ORANGE CARROTS WE. RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

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