The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1959 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1959
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Upper Ht* Molfiti Thunday, Feb. 19, 1959 High Rankings Forfesley Music Students Mr and Mrs Howard Beardsley spent last week Thursday and Friday in Des Moines, Maurice McMahon, of Minneap* olis, spent the weekend here with his mother Mrs S. E. McMahon, Mr and Mrs Hugo Johnson had , Mr and Mrs Richard Dudding, of Bancroft as dinner guests Sun- Mr and Mrs Milion Dahl had the latter's son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt and family of Clear Lake as guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Qrval Joseph spent Thursday at Goldfield with the parents Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph Sr, Mr and Mrs Hugh Black plan to attend the Farm Bureau meeting in Des Moines Friday and Saturday. Mrs R. C. Porter and daughter Trudy went to Perry last week Thursday to visit her mother Mrs Ann Stanley. Mr and Mrs Paul James spent Sunday at Lakefield, Minn., with Mr James' brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Warren Rue. Mr and Mrs John Dulton will have as weekend guests their son Jerry, a student at Drake University and Shirley Brooks, of Des Moines. ( J. F. Miller spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Moines on business. Thursday and Friday he will attend a meeting in Fort Dodge. ' Mr and Mrs John Helmers had their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Richard Helmers, Rickie and David, of Marian as guests Sunday. Mrs M. G. Bourne left Monday morning via plane for Lake Charles, La., to visit her "son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs gark Hayes. Mr and Mrs Don Hemmingsen plan to spend from Saturday till Monday in Des Moines and will attend the State Convention of the American Legion. Mrs Lucille Zerf ass has returned from Washington D.C. and Donner Grove, 111., where she .visited relatives, including Mrs Louis Verveer, her daughter. Mr and Mrs Eugene Schemel have gone >,to Houston, Tex., to 'Visit their son and daughter-in- law Mr 1 and Mrs Maft Schemel. They left via train from Mason City. , , Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer were visited Sunday by the lat; ter's son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Duane McGregor and little son, of Bancroft. ' Craig Joseph, infant son of Mr land Mrs Richard Waldera was baptized Sunday by Msgr. P. P. Gearen at St, Cecelia's Catholic church. Sponsors were Mrs R. G. Waldera, and Bob Waldera, the baby's grandmother and uncle. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera have returned from a -two months ya-, cation, first at Long Beach, Calif., a sight seeing trip to Mexico, with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr •and, Mrs Melvin Hutchison at Phoenix. Mrs Hutchison is the former, Elvie Vera- Mr and Mrs Vernon Jensen • have had" a recent letter from their son Bob, a student at the University in Denver, lolo., saying he was recently' at a dinner • at which he was honored for sup-. ; 'erior scholastic work. He is tak- ,ing accounting and will major in r it Mr and Mrs W. C. McDougall and their son Bob of Menasha, Wis., have goon to Tucson, Ariz., •'to join Bob's wife and children •"and -the, junior Mrs McDougall's mother, who are spending the / ',winter there, Tne senior Mc- Dougalls and Bob plan to be gone ;,a fortnight. , Dr. and 'Mrs Karl Hoffman re- i- / cen$y drove to Youngstown, 1 ' ; Ohip, and were met there by their ' ''son-in-law and'daughter Mr and t l ..Mrs Al DeCrane, of Washington, •', "J),C. The'DeCranes are moving '! > soon ton Houston, Tex, Mr De:•"- ; Crane," having completed his law .; ^course, .has been appointed one ' ".'of the ^attorneys for the Texas - ' C>jl Company. , , " r Mrs, Marie Hawcott and her '' , brother and sister. Lee and Bess ' \ -Hopkins' }eft TMesday for Duarte, ;,Calif,'and will be-at the Boswell "s/court. They plan to be gone till 'iynid-ApfU, .They were visited "" r, py their brother-in-law Mr and Mrs James ... of Mason City, Other |ue|t| 'Ih'ave "been then* cousin Anderson and wife of ifWells",»Minn,/wlio^.were enroute <-f \\aTMf &bm PJwehi^'^riz, / Mrs Jf, M.,Knee,Jit, Carla and •V'Cheryl;spent a week.,ago Thurs- j'day at'J3uifalo Center with Mrs p^necht's mother Mrs A, B, Ven- A' few days Wter they echt's brother*in"" n$UMrs Al • ""aria has ... from the ... .^at .'Minneapolis, ve March 1 for Wash- MrH Orral Joseph and daughter Patty sp«nt a week ago Saturday and Sunday at Fort Dodge with Mrs Joseph's brother-in-law and . sister Mr and Mrs Bert Smith, . Bible Mission Opens Mar. 5, Seneca Church Wesley students who were winners in the grade school music festival at Mason City Saturday were Lin3a Newbrough, ft superior rating on a flute solo: Cheryl Jones, saxophone 9">lo; Nadine EnRen, saxophone solo: Bickie ttraus, a trumpet Mlo and Linda Newbrough arid Fu'nnemark with a flule d*aet;. Diane Newbrottgh, With a flute solo and Janet, Le&k, %UH a clarinet solo, won second plad?*» Wotld Dsy of Praye* World Day of Prayer was observed Feb. 13 in the MethddCM church by member* of the JSvtft* gelical Free and the Methodist Congregations. Program Itadeirs were Rev. Robert Jones, Mf6 Howard Funnemark, Mrs Arvin Larson ana Mr* Garel Leek, Mrs Paul Warner f sang a solo and Mrs R. fi, Newbrough and Mrs George Detmefing sang a €tiet. Mrs Jefrei the organ. Rev. Petty ;ave the benediction. Buffer* Sirofc* , "*Mr and Mrs Waliae* and their son and law, Mi- and Mrs Kenne (van of Spirit Lake, spent Friday here visiting relatives and friends. Mrs Kenneth Ddndvan remained to help care for her father, Son Simpson, who suffered a stroke last week. Other relatives have assisted Mrs Simpson since her husband became ill • Engagcmenl Announced Mr and Mrs filmet Olawe an« , ,- : Mrs Aiwagfier,- at the tktenth State Ames, A June tfeddirtg -• "" Aexl j4'|r'S eeffifh fhe baby Uby ; fefcta te Mrs Jack Lickteig fb. 6 W 28 Free chmh *n& died Sunday in St. Joseph 1 •ol& Churc,h by Father, ~" arid;" .nam'e'cV Howiie-1-,^ tihcle*'6nd-aunt, »Mr arid Ilri 1 ..^Mt^-.^t. -c.. -*^.->-~ ...A J—i.»- -i-i. j^d.J.1 srlidtt r aftd W* " Aryih Laf . firma 'b«fcr«jM«rttt' > YCharllne De-^fli of Des Moinea the weekend at her parent- Downs hdftk v - . • ,. •- J - - -. — , A Bible Teaching MissSoiti,,,wlll be v held at' Blakjer 'Lutheran" Church >' ,b e,g i n n i n g Thursda^,v >March S.^'and continuing',' through Sunday, March 8. The ; Mis'sion will' be' conducted by PastbrlA/.SV'Berg of the Lutheran Bible, Institute of Minneapolis. .TJie.lHeme'of'the study v' Lesson, at CalVai'y. sessions will be '.held each g ,-at, 7:30; o'clock, ,,Sunday ra'o'rhirap. v at' .11 ^o'clock yand SUn- d^'y TOternoori at 2-'o'clock. There \yill *t\j[sb be a 7:30 Sunday evening-Cession. ' ' IS STILL CENTS AT FAREWAY lOc lOc lOc 8 OZ, CAN MUSSELMAN'S APPLESAUCE . OLD GRIMES RED KIDNEY BEANS "Sfl* HUNT'S SMALL WHOLE ' . : POTATOES ., . 3< ?*51 1E RE-UNION CUT GREEN BEANS REUNION PEAS ... .; VAN CAMPS HOMINY KOBEY'S SHOE STRING POTATOES _.__.___;_.:. FESTAL ^ - . PUMPKIN.:......, ..... HUNT'S . ' ' , TOMATO SAUCE:...:... ••«£ FRENCH'S MUSTARD ...... SWEET 303 SIZE CAN MORRELL'S GOLDEN LARD ,.,.„„- _, „ is a-faculty..member of (he,€iutheran Bible Institute of Minneapolis, a^gradua'te of'Ays- butk Aeademy (1919), Augsburg College (1922)', and Augsburg ThqolOgical Seminary (1924). Rev./Berg "served parishes in Chicago, 1 ' Brooklyn, Minneapolis "• ! "'" ' jqma, Wash. He-also 1 has in' various'com'mlttees" and > ',Mr and Mrs Jerry • Grouch oi Ames-are parents of a 7 pound 10 ounte s oaby girl; born Sunday evening. ' This is their first child. The'''grandparents are the" EarJ Crouphs., of .Seneca $nd the GeoVge Hypses of. Armstrong. ' ; PlOrri ;Greek 4-H ' Plum "Creek Boys ,4-H club met Wednesday, 1 Feb. 4, >at >the Plum Creek Center School'. Discussed wasi" whether 'to have a .basketball team. The club decided to just .Have-a junior team. A Com- mittee.for the display in the Window "of k store for 4-H day .was <jhosen'. - Discussion Topic was given' ,by , Joe Ringsdorf, John Mescjief gave a demonstration. POUND CAN GOLDEN RIPE FANCY FRUIT 300 SIZE CAN NORTH DAKOTA RED PONTIAC POUND BAG BURCH FLAVOR-KIST SPONGE REGULAR lOc SIZE PUD BOX HY-POP OPCORN POUND BAG REAL GOLD CONCENTRATE DOLE CRUSHED FOLGER'S APPLE 6 OUNCE JAR HORMEL'S POUND CAN HORMEL'S A,, a e4f|V»4ay n .from a ry'8| spent at with their ,ike the • tiny seed that soon grpw$ into a tree, bearing fruit, ur ..fSqvjngs qccount here, started in a small way, will grow 'fo a sizable reserve fund. All . it "takes is . regular "cuitjva- [ion" of the savings habit. Our I earnings help your ac- tpv/bpar^more' fruit," •NOW PAYING 1917 19WA 12 OUNCE CAN LENTEN SPECIAL DINTY MOORE I'/? LB. CAN KNIGHTS FULL CREAM COTTAGE Cheese Lb. 15c TASTE-O-SEA FILLET OF Perch Lb. TASTE-O-SEA FILLET OF Haddock Lb. WISCONSIN AGED CHEDDAR Cheese Lb. 59c TASTY EATING CENTER CUT, ,. S.M<?ES T THIt TO BROIt, T",*? 100% PURE FRESH ;i '• r FREE SAMPLES LARGE :.V AMERICAN TASTE GOOD CHEESE Pound Box Lb 35c PICNICS _ m/i «i^v| r ivliBvJ ' To offer fpy ?ale nationally known and P°Pi»J9? local brands- of high quality merchandise at the lowest prices. Should any item of like quality be offered elsewhere in 'town the lowest price automatically becomes our price, SHQP WHERE YOU GET AU. THi IOW PRICES IN TOWN food 2 JUST ARRIVED SMOKED WHITE FISH, SALMON & WHITING z"T i M PRiCiS EFFECTIVE FIB, 19 To FEB. 26 WE HORMEL'S NO, 9NE I BpN|L|S!S Pound <3qn %\\$$$ To Your ,;CKojce Ofjhjckness lEAN-rVlfATY U§DA CHOICE' lilF W r?OR YOUR CUT NO EXTRA CHARGE

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