The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1959 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 29, 1959
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*'* -: ' '• * (la.) Upper fci MolnM thurtday, Jan. Mt and Mrs Jahn Vo»» plan to leave this week for a month a.t Fort Myers, Fla. Mrs Olga Jordan and Mrs Maml Dacken spen Tuesday In Mason City With friends. Mr and Mrs Alvitt P6iftrson drove to Bode Sunday and visited Mr and Mrs Bernie Bjornson. Mrs Elva Simpson has gona 16 Montebello, Calif., & isrill remain til mid-March with relatives. Mr and Mrs J. J. Alhetlon recently visited the former's mother Mrs Al Sternitski at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Lando Mishak re« cently visited the former's parents Mr and Mrs Frank Mishak at Alia Vista. Dr. and Mrs J. B. Harris wore visited- Sunday by the former's parents Dtt *and Mrs J. B. Harris Ars Schneider's sons Roger and Juane Blerstedt, of Breldwooq, 11. They also came to visit Del- )ert Moore, soft of Mrs Schmidt who Has been hospitalized at St. Ann since December 18 when he suffered a broken leg, pelvis and other injuries Sn an auto accident Jr., of Jewell. Mrs Cora Bacon was visited Sunday by her son*hvlaw and daughter Mr and Mrs Eugene Hoi- ius, of Ottosen. Warren Nelson has been In De- toit, Mich., the past week and is enrolled at the Chevrolet school fora six weeks course. Mr and Mrs Earl Sheppard have returned from a vacation of a month at San Francisco, Calif., San Diego, and Phoenix. Mrs Harold Lampright was taken home Tuesday from St. Ann hospital where she had sUrgtu-y for removal of her gall bladder. Mrs Ethel Potter returned last week Wednesday from West Bend where-she had visited her son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Leonard Baas. , * Cliff Skogslrom, son of Mr and Mrs Harry Skogstrom, has received his Masters Degree in Geology from the State University -of Vermillioirv S. D. Mr and 1 Mrs Dwighi Simpson went to' Geneva, Tuesday, to' attend , funeral services for Mrs Simpsoh's' uncle Eime Dahlman t who died of a heart attack. Mr and Mrs Robert Parrish have returned from Rochester, where both went 1 through the clinic. Mr Parrish had major'surg- erv and is recovering very wilL •Mr and Mrs Walter Heetdt, "Bud" and Margaret were dinrier •guests^Sunday 1 . of Mr -and Mi's Dale Blair at Swea City. Mrs Heerdt and Mrs Blair are sisters. Donna, daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Asa is recovering from pnet}- mohia. Her sister Nancy is; also , on the-sick-list and Mr Asa $ms in bed a few days with a sfeyere cold. . '• •Mr and Mrs Earl Booth, Emmetsburg, are the parents of a S> Ib. 15 oz. baby girl born January 21. Mr and Mrs Leo Steven, . Algona, are the maternal grand^ parents. Mrs Harry Ward is at home having been dismissed from SI. Ann hospital a -few days ago. She was a patient there several days and . under treatment for virus -pneumonia. Mr and Mrs Herbert Weyderi have been visiting friends in Des [vloines. During their absence .the children Kristy and Kathy have been cared for by the grandpar- ents~Mr'and Mrsi Chris Wallukajl. ' Mr and Mrs Milton Norton left Tuesday for Midland, Texas, where they will visit their son Dr. Richard Norton. They will,be gone for one month. Dr Norton is an anaesthesiologist at the Midland hospital. Mrs Celia Deal drove to Esih- erville, Tuesday, to see her sister Mrs Bob Simonsen of Graettinger who is in Holy Family hospital. Mrs Simonsen, the former Sue Marlon, suffered a slight stroke a few weeks ago. Mrs Opal Ankenbauer had as dinner guests Sunday her mother Mrs Ray Bell, of Dakota City, brother-in-law and sister, Mi- and Mrs Leo Kinnick, of Lohrville, and son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Don Wolfe, pi Pocahontas, , Mrs Cora Martin has received word 1 of the deaths of two cousins, Harry Bell, 63, who died of a heart attack at Austin, Minn. The other, Frank Allison, 80, died of a stroke. Fifty-one years ago he, and his wife farmed the Wujl- en&orf place. Mr and Mrs Chester .Bailey expect their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Ward Grahaln, of Clayton, New Mex., in early February. They will stop at Sioux City and will bring with them the other daughter of the Baileys, Mrs C, N.' Aalfs, Mr Aalfs will join the group in a little later, , Mr end MW Everett Anderson were visited over the weekend by their son Phil of Des, Moines; BhfHs with General Motors. The laughter Mavcia and Phil plan to be here this weekend, Mar«ja is attending the.Iowa Methodist school of nursing -in P^s Mpines and, will recieye fi§r cap February J3. v ' ! »- ' . Mr and Mrs C, M. Humphrey '< h^ye returned-from-'a-visj^of/.'a month at' Ketehjkjin, Atesfca with their $on f and 'dsughter-in^aw LEDYARD By Mrs D. B, Mayer Robert Sennenfelder fetiirnted home from Iowa City ,oh Wednesday where he had Been a patient in the University , Hofplital, Mr and Mrs Paul GelHfeUi fcSfne home from Rochester' last; We'ok Sunday with their, son and'fam- ily, the Virgel Gelhaus, Wh6 'had gone up to visit them.,, Mr Gelhaus had been a patient at,St. Mary's hospital fof-three wee**Mrs Edward 'L'oofK aha net daughter, Mrs .Rlchfcftl .Snyaifr went to Rochester" last "week SUn> .day and Mrs Loqft efttered 'the 'Methodist hospital 'for^eattAeftt for a skin trouble. ..? *, George Thompson attended*? banquet and Seed corn., meeting; at the Plantation near -, • Whitte? more on Thursday.' u '. - : •Esther Circle' met at'the of Mrs Tice.-? Brack, Thu,.,.., afternoon, With' M«r Albert Ltifcft as assistant .'hostess. 'Mr'Olaz'el Carpenter hpdv chai*gd of 'the business meeting.' " Jjfs '.Ce6il Pingel'had'chai-ge of the program which included -readings by Mi's] Glen -Burrow" 1 and Mrs ! .ErA. Cafpentef /and -a skit, by Mr| Cecil -iPingel < and' "Mrs' Gle'n. Bu>row. '• r, ';>, •;-;,' *•'>•',,' ,',;"> Mr arid 'Mrs George' f hbmp'sorj attended the ,County," R.L.C.-A; and their' Auxiliary'sd-monthty party held last week at ihe 'Pa^ •McGuh-e home ; in Burt.' » ,,.*' *j Mary"Circl& "of the"MetKodiat W-S.C.S. met 'at the home'of Mjfd Everet n t.Thompson on Thursday ev'enihg.' Mrs "Howard TnqnippQJ) presided. ' Mr6 Freda Frey\<h*4 charge,-^of the program -iin^ leq the devotions. ^Readings wetP given fey Mrs .Harold Her£og attd Mrs L'auren'Thompson.- • ^\ ^ '.'Mr aridjrMjrs-Chris Ander^'" ' Pr.ltnghaffi spent Sunday', home of their',, daughter) an lly, the Will|am: Klinkers. ,•*.",-, Jeane-Brandt, .y/ho teaches' at Iowa--Falls, spent'the weekend, at the .home of her> parents, Mr, and Mrs" John Brandt;; ; , * { ' ,-'' - Madonna SulliVan, stu.dentTfel State College at-'.iyiankato, spent the weekend at 1 the''home ,of, her parents, Mr anoLMrs J/F. Sullivan. ' - V - •> - ^';" Mrs Mary Basnara'and-Rosalyn attende'd-a- birthday, gatheping^at the Edward Munyer horjie iniEl- more on Thursday evening honoring the birthday -o/ Mi> Munyer. Mrs.Wayne.Gadejand pon^Craig of- Whittemor'e, spent, the 1 ,'Weekend at~tKe''h~6me of her.mothe^, Mrs Martha Schroeder.v"— v - ;r"- • John Carpenter who 1 attends Coe College f in CedarCRa'nids. came home on Friday" to,, _, "the weekend"between-terms. Mr%'ihd" Mrs Leonard,'"W and family of '^Jgona were day dinner'guests at the ho Mrs Lena Warner. • '••",. .:,V\ Mrs 'Leo Willadsen ' t{i,e Buffalo Center hospital s^fferi^g from -an infection in her, knee. Mrs Ronald Schroeder taught |or her on Friday. . ../ Mrs Fred* Button, Mrs Lloyd Jorgenson, Mrs'Robert Jorgensbn, Mrs Allan Loucks, Mrs Willis Pingel and daughters, Mrs >P, C. Cassem were among those 'from this vicinity who attended^the miscellaneous shower Friday-evening honoring. Mrs 4 Mike.Tak,aps, the former Barbara Cassem -at the Merle Cassem home in Blue Earth. ' . , • , -, IF IT'S NEWS,,WE WANT-JT ^cy,; .^lane. They were met at JWnwf M'- 1 '- Mm and Drought home by thei: f% S^MWwW.ScMi*''-' Ifc'^M w*j^ff;FSRmi^sflWffl frvf 7". ll, STUFFED OLIVES Buy One Jar At 29c Regular Price SECOND JAR ONLY PRESERVES Buy One Jar At' Regular Price • • „ F • * '" ' . Strawberry, Peach, Grdpe, ftldek^ Raspberry ,.s ' ' • \ . ' ^//^ //- i > 1 -?/ • SECOND JAR ONLY CATSUP 39c Special Price THIRD FOR ONLY NO. 1 RED B SUNK1ST NAVEL RUBY .RED OR WHITE. WE ARE GAIN YOUR RESPONSE TO PRESENT THESE FINE: ' CONSUMER'S COUPON SPECIAL? ! WEEK THAT WE ARE HAPPY FOLGER'S , ' ' ' ,' XpFrtM.'..aH'k~*" 1 " 1 - 39 6 OZ. JAR \ INSTANT FOLDERS: 9$c PILLSBURY k { CAkE MIXES....... . 25c LIBBY'S,SLICED or HALVES ' 'PEACHES 3 &_.L_ CASTELE. ,. f ^ . SHAMPOO $& B ?.!I L .l;.-,... 49c BABY MAGIC I^YpSwDERl.OO •STRIPE 1 ' , i , , - -,,,-' TOOTH PASTE Sm BRUSH . ,69c LARGE ROUND - ^ v,v^ . ANGEL FOOD CAKE ---^ 39c TEXA }'•»* r THRIFT PACK ice Cream FLORIDA GOLD FROZ. Orange JUICE A%../^j"', ', , ,1 ., W "v,«*'' ' f t- " ." ' ' Jff4^Kjf Coupon Is Good For d " :^*» ANY;;I»URCHASE OF $5.00 OR MORE AT I Limit . . .One Coupon Per Customer! Offer Expires January 31si • •', ; m 1 Lb. Carton 2nd 1 Lb. Carton v Consumer's Coupon All Meat r , i *»TU; i • . if^-^ ! ,: Sliced SEA PACK GOLDEN FRIED 8 Oz. "^ Pkgs. 3. WITH THIS COUPON January 31st ' Barrel Coarse Consumer's Coupon •it Swift's. ,. Sweet Rasher kV/,' lib, Roll WITH THIS CPUPON Offer (Expires January 31st LOWEST PWCES ON BEEF QUARTERS *t> - * ~ , ' 10Q Jo, HO M». Quarter?. All Corn Fed Beef - Ypung And Tendpi 1 , Cut, Wrapped, And 'Marked The Way Yqy' Want It For Your Freezer Or Locker At No Extra Charge! . ' ' IN TOUAY! IV V '<ti '* fe-OW PR • _ •- .• :••.. _ _ t • j • | ? ^J r ' t, J |v^ry?lqy Bpnys At Consumers ! k,» «"ii* M \ . < " * *

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