The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1959 · Page 3
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;f.V,> "At a re^nt tttsittlig bf thfe Ai- gona WoftWs .dab MM U J, the organisation., SefvinV with her will be M!i ftenfteth Mediflj > first vice president? Mrs Elisabeth Schenck, setdhd Vice president, and Mrs»wm. J, Finn, seefetary. Mrs J, g. Thompson Will continue as treasure? atid Miss -Beth Annls as historian. On February 25 Mrs J. B. Asa, retiring president of the Roman's= Gltib, accompanied by Mrs Schenck amd.Miss Clara Amerbury, attended, a-' program planning conference fdt this area held at Ernmetsburg. • , f ownsend Club Met The Aigona Townsend club met at' the Marion Hennesy home Feb. 24. Club calendars were given out; Mrs Wilbur Holdrerj won a prize in a broken hearts contest and all participated in a handkerchief shower for Mrs Chester Willey, who also won the door prize. After various other, games, dinner was served by Mrs,Hen* nesy and Anna Gatton. The next meeting Will' be at the home of. Mrs P, W. Hanson Mar«'-10, Hostess in Plum. Creek Nancy Ringsdorf was hostess to the Plum ,Cree£ Elite 4^H club with 15 present, last Week. Dem• onstrations were given by Nancy and Joan Ward, and Audrey Gardner. Linda Clark gave a talk ' and Peg Keith and Jean Mescher gave picture studies. Sara and Linda Clark will be hostesses on March 14. Birthday Card,-Party Mrs Raymond Reid gave a card party Sunday evening .honoring her husband's birthday. Four tables were in play. High score prizes were won by .Mrs John Thompson who also won the travel prize, and Harry Ireland. Low score prizes went to Mrs Loyola O'Brien and Frank Sterling. • < Catholic Guild Luncheon The regular Thursday noon luncheon sponsored by the Catholic Action Guild of St. Cecilia's church will be held today, from 11 to 1:15 p.m. with the general 'public cordially invite'd. Serving is in the Academy. Chairladies are Mrs Archie Elbert and Mrs James Shillington. M V.F.W. Meeting Attending the 6th District V. .F. W. meeting, at Fort Dodge Sun- flay, from Aigona were Mr and Mrs Robert Schoby, Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson, Mr and Mrs Ed Wolf, Mr Jim Kelley, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Ziegler, Mrs Vic Hiserodt and Mr and Mrs Francis Fitzgerald. ' ' . , • Irvington Dinner ; ;'.-/•• .\ : '•Mr and M,vs Lyle Hamilton and family honored Mrs Paul Palmer, mother of' Mrs Hamilton, at an Irvington birthday dinner Sunday. Other children present were Paul of Garner, Mary of Mason City, and Robert and Charles of, Sioux City. Cresco M-D Club Cresco Mothers and Daughters club will meet Wednesday, March 11, at the home of Mrs Ben Potter. Dorothy Rueb Rolls 531 Series Dorothy Rueb paced the women keglers at Hawkeye Lanes . this week with lines of 200 and 189 and a 531 series count. Other gals over 160 included Irma Dee Cook 199, Phyllis Walker 194, 179, Carol Godfredsen 177, 171, Arlerie Hakes 172, Dianna Altaian 171, Lavon Lindhorsli 161, Kay Voigt 185, Ruth Skilling 168 and Heide Ferguson 177. 170. , Tqp''efforts by Whitey Voigt and Hank Geilenfeld, reported elsewhere in this newspaper, led the men. Men'over 210 were Hank Johannsen 226, John Levy 214, Ernie Bartik 221, Whitey Voigt\224, 220, 234 (601, series), Loyal Gingrich 211, Paul Engen 212, Jim Walker 212, Dick Cook 212, Larry Youngwirth, 220, Jack Haag 235 (609 series), Art Green 218, 210, Chan Dailey 215, Ernie Lavrenz 221, Paul Hasse 213, Orval Hakes 234. Darrell Neese 211, Cliff Benschoter 226, 207, 201 (634 series), Bob Carr 235, 223 (632 series), Bud Morck 210, Jerry Ferris 211, Dick. Godfredsen 211, Harley Hutchinson 265, 213 (627 series), John Rike 234 (621 series), John Intermill 221, 218 (628 series), Julie Baas 221, Hank Furst 222, Stan Black 214, Jon Nelson 224, ' Chuck Davis 235, 215 (643 series) and John Rash 234. ' • : , 3 Cars Damaged But No Injuries Harold Westra, 20, of Hull, escaped with minor bruises; and bumps when the auto he was driving slammed vinto a ditch five miles east of Aigona oil highway 18 at 10:30 p.m. Sunday. Damage was estimated a? $200. . •Autos driven by James Norns and James Steven, both of Ai- gona, collided' at, the inter-section of State arid Thorjngton streets at 12:30 a.m. Saturday. Damage Tvas estimated at $125 by city police who investigated. were fto injuries reported, Licenses Te Wed ' Licenses to wed, were issued, to Dean McJJvray, AJgWS, ant} Nancy Brown,;,'YfJlteCB,, •? and to Valgene.Hansei}. ain4 ma Jean price, Weslleyj Feb, I .r—-T-//-* ., /^••r'T. ( I . |mm . I ^ s *!k mt^m Lp, ^ I . ' *fs fINER FOODS, PLAIN or "FANCY, AT {VERY DAY LOW, LOW PRICES PLUS OUR WEEKLY SPECIALS, PIUS OUR POLICY - "WE WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD" ALL ADD UP TO A LOWER TOTAL FOOD BILL FOR YOU. • • • lb. 67c BUTTERNUT j^^gm _^^^^, ^^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^M^M ^^^^^ COFFEE BUTTESMtJf Instant Coffee StOKElY'S FANCY Tomato Juice ' MEL Bought These Extra Savings Just Fof You VALVITA APRICOTS Large % 21/2 Size 462 Can STOKELY'S FREESTONE Size 2!/2 Cans BERNICE Vouches For These Bargains. Sauerkraut Margarine STAN Declares These Low Prices Will Shock You, EMERALD WALNUT MEATS 5 QZ. PKG. 39c BILLY BOY - PRESERVES Strawberry. Big 20 Oz. Jar ADAMS FROZEN JUICE Orange CHRISTINE Likes These Sweet Buys BRACKS CHERRY 12 Oz. Box ?K X s-^- 1 -^ X =^~^ X c=: " X r^rS X c —rr •"• tassa •"• : Chocolate BRACKS CANDY CIRCUS Peanuts Bag Fareway's Policy I v . ..'•.••":.•>' ;*-..- : - : . ' • ... - [l! fill Tfa offer for sale nationally known and popular local |||| brands of high quality merchandise at the lowest prices. ;.; X Should any item .of like quality be offered elsewhere m "' |||| town the lowest price automatically becomes our price. 1 - SHOP WHERE YOU GET ALL I THE LOW PRICES IN TOWN JIM Asks "Who Can Resist Such Bargains" Giant Box APPIAN WAY MIX 3 HERSHEY'S Chocolate Chips 6 OZ. PKG. 400 COUNT BOX SCOTTS WALDORF Toilet Tissue 4 ROLL PACK JOHNSON'S Glo-Coat WITH FREE PLEDGE Quart JOHNSON'S BIG 26 OZ. CAN WELCOME LuyERNE LIVE\AhMfr T.N CHTR STORE ON SATURDAY President: Mariann Schade, Vice Pres.: Roxie Dp Nio Fresh Fryers Nice Ave. 214 To 2Vi LBS. EACH HEAT1ES OR CHEERIQS 12 OZ. PKG. BUTT'R TOP el Food Cakes LARGE SIZE ROUND FASTGO Pound 57 c NORTHLAND SWEET PICKLES PINT MULBERRY . Lb. 35c USDA CHOICE Beef Roast .;Lb.59c BOSTON BUTT :lb..Sc Maynard BEST BLADE CUTS Harry NISSENS BOONE RIVER - SLO HICKORY RING i ^^^^ ^H|^^ ^^w^ ^H^ ^flw^' ^^ l^B ^W WP Each FRESH GROUND HOME MADE PORK SAUSAGE LB. 29c RENWICK LONGHORN LbJ?C TASTE-O-SEA FILLET OF PERCH LB. 33c HILAND POTATO CHIPS BIG TWIN BOX LENTEN SPECIALS HUMPTY DUMPTY - tb. Can -3Ic MOTHERS NOODLES 12Oz. Pkg. PETER PAN 12 OZ. JAR Peanut Butter ..:.J3c CREAMETTES MACARONI ..2S»Bc Bill FRESH FROZEN JUMBO SHRIMP LB. 98c BILL — Sez, "These Produce Values Ring The Bell". SWEETHEART - RED - RIPE Tomatoes

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