The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1959 · Page 3
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V -i I M*s James Wilt enteflatnftd hdt' card club members Monday evening. Guests were M& iboft Pries and Betty Sonnen,berg, , * Mrs Mildred Pult has been ' Visited the past week by he* daughter, Mrs Don Price, Sioux City, who returned home Wednesday. ' .," • Mr and Mts Chatlas HinkeA >n* tertained their couples club Sat-' urday evening. High slftre -prigfe was, won by Mr and Mrs Frank' Moulton. ' •• •'. Mr and Mrs Albert Olson spent the weekend at Spirit' Lake with the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs' Charles Fos* ter. Mrs Clem Cavanaugh attended a farewell party at Fort Dodge Feb. 16 for Mr and Mrs Art-Parpart who are moving to San Diego. Mr and Mrs Burlon Thorpe have lellMiami, Fla., and Will be home «this» week. They have been in the south since shortly after •the holidays. Girl Scout iroop 23 had troop 20 as guests at,a recent meeting. First aid Was studied and refreshments centered around a large heart-shaped cake made by Mrs Walter Boeckholt. Mrs Long and Mrs Teeter were guests. ,: Mrs Melvin Olson is recovering 1 from a fall on .the ice a'few weeks ago in which she broke one wrist and; sprained the other. She is now ;able to dress- herself and can do considerable work around 'the house, r :'-',.;-.-;* •:{'', '";..Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland are •being visited by their daughter, :Mrs Jerry Beamish and; son Timothy • of Fort Worth, Tex. They will also spend some time with Jerry's parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Beamish; .'.."• v : Mr axid Mrs Ed Hough are "being visited, by the former's daughter Frances of New York City. She is copy writer for the Bloomingdale company. She stop'. ped in Owatonria,' Minn,.-to visit : her aunt, Mrs Ruth Clifton and from here will -go to Des Moines to visit a former school friend* 5 ", Mf and Mts Dick Meyet drott to Britt Sunday evening to see fofnWs father Ben H. Meyer is ft patient in the hospital M*3,W, A Payne was Vitited over the weekend by her sister Bernadette Barbaros of Mason City. 'Mrt tiotan* GUch entered L... Ann hospital Wedhesday, She Was hospitalized a few-days last week for complete rest. Mr and Mrs Halbort Long visited Sunday by the latter's niece and ftephew, Mr arid Mrs Robert Perkins of -Floyd. .' Mr and Mr* Paul Dremmel and Mr and Mrs Ralph Dohovdn spent the weekend at Des ,Moines and attended the Home and Flower show at .the Veteran's Memorial auditorium. * Mr and Mrs Ed Magg assisted their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Bob Tolsdorf move from a farm near Cylinder id one they have purchased- near. Esthervilje. They also cared for the grandson Mike during a part of .the' moving. Mrs Lucille Zerfas is in Mercy hdspital, Fort Dodge 'having suffered a broken hip Friday at her home. She had waxed -the kitchen floor and,slipped. She had relumed the previous day from Donner Grove, 111., Bloomington, 111., and Washington, D. C,< Mr and Mrs J. I. Merryman were visited last 'week by their 1 daughter Mary, Mrs Giddepn Kuldun," of Minneapolis, Minn. She came to be with her mother when the ;cast was removed. ; Mr and Mrs Gordon Winkel'are parents of a son born Sunday at St. Ann hospital. He weighed 8 pounds. There is an other child in the family, a son StephehJ thirteen .months old* > Mrs* Win.* kel's mother, Mrs;. Agnes HannSs is here from: Emmetsburg to assist in; the household; duties. ,. Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer had as guest? •Sunday;iheir). son ,and daughter T in-law Mr and ;* '.Mrs- Richard'.'-.Meyer,. Dixie !;L^e,..'{andj Deborah, 1 of Vinton and Mr and Mrs Donald Tapper, Donna Tlae and' Paul, of Buffalo .Center. The; eleventh birthday of I Joy ? Lfee, daughter of Mr, and Mrsi; Dick Meyer was being observed. Mr aftd Mrs Roger Phillips were visited over the weekend by Mrs Phillips' sister, Dorothy Parks' and Ralph Troutfetter of Ottumwav Matt Kapp hat returned to his home after spending several months at Grand Island, Neb. with his 'son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Sterling Logue'. Mrs Kapp, an invalid with arthritis, retnained there but hopes t* come to Algona in a few months. Mf and Mrs V«rnon Bunkofike are being visited by the former's parentSj Mr and J/trf Hefman Buhkofske of Cprydon. They are so Visiting Mr and Mrs Carl Vigdal, the latter o! whom i9 in St. Ann hospital. The women are sisters. 'Mr and Mrs Chifles Scha«fier spent Sunday a I. Bancroft with the Mler'a brother and sister^ law, Mr and Mrs Herman Stien block, former residents here. Mr Stienblock plans to enter 1 the Veterans hospital. DCS Moines, for Ij-entment of a heart ailment. The Schaeffers also visited Mr and Mrs Duane McGregor nt Bancroft. ' Mrs Frank Moulton was hoste** to her bridge club members Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrctt wet* visited Friday by Mr nnd Mrs Albert Wibben, of Bancroft. Mf and Mrs Ralph Donovan and the former's father Robert Donovan returned recently from Me- Alk-n and Brownsville, Tex., and other points where they had spent several weeks. Soon after thoir return Mrs Donovan was taken' (o Worthinpton, Minn., by hf»r husband nmi spent n few days with their son-in-law and dauphlor Mr and Mrs .Turk Wit- torn, and to Rock Valley to visit the son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Bob Donowm. Mf and MM tra Bonn\»tfe were visited from Friday till Monday by Mr Bonnette's sister, Mra Mnry Knise of Audubon. M» C. N. Robinson it Spending the week nt Ayrshire with her son-ln-lnw nnd 'daughter Mr nnd Mrs Keith Stephens, former residents here, Mrs Leonard Mnlueg is expected homo this week from Cbicngo, 111., where she is visiting her son- in-law nnd tlnughter Mr nnd Mrs E. K. Hubcr. Mrs Hairry Greenbetg visltec her parents Mr nnd Mrs Dnvid AuRust in Topekn, Knn., n few days lost week while Mr CJreen- boi'g was on n business trip in ChienRo. Thursday, Feb. 26, 1959 Algona (la.) Upp«r 0« Motfl«~3 Mr* Ralph Mod loft Saturday for Jacksonville, Fla., called there by the critical sickness ot Mf| brother Elmer Davis. Mrs M. C. Harcjreaves ha* bcffttt at Council Bluffs the past fortnight with her son-in-law and tlftiiKhtei Dr. and Mrs E. B. Mathinson. She was brought home bjr her son Kenneth. Mr and Mrs A. R. Willrelt were dinner guests Sunday 6f Mr and Mrs Ronald Beardsley at Fenton. Other guests were Ronald's parents Mr and Mrs 'Ralph Beards- lev, of Sioux City ana Mrs Dick n<>;ii<l<;it-y and Mfnrcio, of Wakefield. Nob. - ove?; ; . - - : •'••"_,500.,-' ; PEOPLE 'EAT 'At -THS " ' . AtGON A' - SHOP. SACM DAY1 WHY DON7 rotft \r HOLLY BEET SUGAR 10 PILLSBURRY'S NEW DELUXE ^gjmt^ |ttM| HHk ••§ 4fc j-—jg. Cake Mix 4 $ SKIPPY CREAMY OR CHUNKY Peanut Butter BUSTER . . . . ~i^BM!»"»8 : T v 4 a .a B Modern Decorators Shop READ'S FOR , WINDOW v ^-Mjis'^* By Joanna Western . . ..and a complete Selecfionf Of ' DRAPERY HARDWARE By Graber • traverse Rods • Cafe Rods • Cornices Everything For jThe Drapier be modern with] shutters ipo% Pure Fresh Ground Full Lb. HUNT'S BARTLETT Large 2 1 /* * Size Cans Rib End • Cuts Loin Lb. GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5 POUND BAG rUSDA CHOICE BEST BLADE CUTS . 59* SLICED OR PIECE STOKELY'S LENTON SPECIALS KNIGHTS KAYWOOD movable, louvered shutters < add new charm to 4= every home interior COTTAGE PEAS 3 SEIVE ALASKA'S Size 303 Cans HYDROX 111 KIES LARGE PKG. STOKELY'S Gir'en Beans Size 303 Cans HUNT'S JUMBO FRESH FROZEN Lb. 98c \ PIONEER LONG-HORN CHEESE.... . Lb.47c SLICED Lb. 39c USDA CHOICE >.59c 140z. Bottle Algona High School Band Bake Sale — Saturday 9 A. M. — 1 P. M. CAMPFIRE Marshmallows 2 Reg. ROYALTY BRAND VAN CAMP'S PARKAY POUND WELCH'S FROZEN 6 Oz. Cans FOR WINDOWS FOR POORS * FOR A DIV1DK « fOR CUPBOARDS You eon troniform any room, «tv* » ntw Wendllnw and charm' with beautiful thutton, Imagin* th« dramatic^ and d!*t!nei!v* effect* you «an achleyd with thl» modem trend In decorating. Custom made to your need, crafted of (elected wood In^ a choice of finlihf*, Kaywood ihuttefi ^lye a flair of inodwn hlah fa*h!oR to •vwy rooml FUflNITURi CARPETS LENTON FOODS CHEF BOY-AR-DEE Spaghetti Dinner _ REG. PKG. Macaroni & Cheese REG. PKG. REG. CAN 29c 17c 39c VAN CAMP'S Grated Tuna . GONDOLA BRAND Macaroni CARROTS 19c To of far for sale nationally known and popular local brands of high quality merchandise at the lowest prices. Should any item of like quality bo offered elsewhere in town the lowest price automatically becomes our price. SHOP WHERE YOU GET ALL THE LOW PRICES IN TOWN HERSHEYS COCOA 8 OZ. BOX POUND BOX 57c ADAMS FLU" FIGHTERS 46 OZ. Grapefruit Juice - DOLE BLENDED Pineapple Grapefruit 3 ^ 1 F-824D! THIS COUPON WORTH Bring this coupon to us and we will allow you 200 on the purchase of 5 Ibs. or larger Friskies Meal. Name Address MEAL Q LIMIT- one coupon per customer toward purchase of 5 Ibs, or larger FRISK9ES fVIEAL 'J aK OFFER EXPIRES MARCH 31, 1959 ^FA8?^^ PRICES EFFECTIVE FRO M FEE, ?,6 TO MARCH 5 RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES FANCY WINESAP APPLES

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