The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1959
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'/ ' $" If . spent Sunday ^ at Emmetsburg with Mr and "Mrs Leland Larson. Mrs Albert Magg and sons franklin and Alvin spent Monday at Mumboldt with Mrs Hagg's sister. ,„ Mrs Robert Liesner and Mrs Albert Hagg recently spent a day at Fort Dodge with Mrs William Otto. Mrs Josie Colbum, mother Of Mrs Glenn Seger has been ser- aously sick but is now a little improved. Esther Quinby spent the Easter weekend with relatives and friends at Waterloo and Cednr Falls. Mr and Mrs Wendell Feaster spent Sunday at Bradgate with the letter's parents Mr and Mrs Die Knutson. Karen Hutchins came from Des Moines where she attends Drake university and spent the Easter holiday with her parents Mr and Mrs Don Hutchins. Mr and Mrs Russell Cook re turned a week ago Tuesday from St. Petersburg, Fla., where they had spent the Winter. Mr and Mrs Floyd Erickson had their son-in-law and daughter Mr " and Mrs James Smith as Easter Joyce Hayden *penl Easier Sunday at Mart'us with her Brother and sister-in-law Dr. and Mrs M. D. Hayden. Mr and Mrs Chat Ids Fox Were i visited Sunday by their somjn- ! law and daughter Mr and Mrs KeUh Campbell, of Des Mdihes. D«, Patrick J. Mulligan, Karl Hoffman, N. J. Keliey arid R. C. Dewel attended a North Central District Dental meeting last week at Mason City. ... Mr and Mrs George Grimsehl went to Ayrshire Mat*. 30 to at* tend the Bedding of Mary Kay, daughter of Mr and Mrs Willfam Jones, former LuVerne residents, to Orville R. Nagel. Mr and Mrs William Allen are parents of a son bom Sunday, March 29 at St. Ann hospital.;He' weighed 7 pounds and 10 ounces and has been named James Robert. There arc three 'little girls in the family, Diane, L'hlda and Nancy. Bob and Jim .McMahon, students at Notre Dame college, South Bend, Ind., wore-here for the Easter vacation with their ntrents Mr and Mrs E. C. Mc- tfahon.' John Hood, a freshman at Notre Dame, sort of Mr and Mrs W.'J. Hood, has also-been- home Mf and Mm Jsitiw fi§H to Mftnson, Easter, atid were din- net gtiistieif Ihe latter** Mr and !tftlfvD|te WJdjett. Mr and Mrs W» L Pe»t*r as dinner guests Eastfer Su their nephew and wife Mf and Mrs Dallas Foster, of Fort Dodgfe and Mr und Mrs Wesley Bartlett, Bill, Barbara and Bret. Susan, daughter ef Dr. and Mill N, J, Kelley, returned to Urbana, 11L to continue her post graduate work at the University, Jim, wh6 is a law student at Iowa City, has returned to resume hid studies after spending the Easter holidays here. urflay in fer***in ajd t... and Mrs EMtts-j I for the Easier holiday. Sunday dinner guests Mr and Mrs Herman Funk were Easter Sunday dinner guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Louis Hanson at Burt. Mr and Mrs Ben Wibben and girls of Algona and Mr and Mrs Eddie Godfredson and children were Easter guests of Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredson, at Swea City. Judge and Mrs G. W. Stillman Spent the Easter weekend at Atlantic With Mrs Stillman's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Ralph Finkbine and mother Mrs Minnie Holland. • ' Phillip. Egel, Jim Pratt and Pauline McMahon drove'to Blue Earthy Sunday^ to visit Judith Ukena'who recently moved there with the Wayne Hansons with ' whom she makes-her home. > . Mrs Anna Madson was visited . over the Easter weekend by "her 'son-in-law and daughter Mr and > -Mrs ,W? E/ McCamey, of Fort l -?Dodge,'< The- visitors also called ~ 'On Mr-and Mrs Albert Hagg. , > Mr' and Mrs • Albert Hagg and 1 Mr and Mrs" Ed Hagg went to Dea''Moines. this week Thursday ; 'to'fee.Emil Hagg of Adel, brpth- - er of the men, who 'is hospitalized following gall bladder removal. .Mrs C. N. Robinson and daugh- ,-' ter Mildred had as dinner guests .Easter Sunday the former's -sons- in-law'and daughters Mr and Mrs 1 Keith Stephens, of' Ayrshire and Mr and Mrs Earl Miller and fam- " ily. - 4 'Mr and 'Mrs Harold Manser , drove to Fortf Dodge Sunday and Visited the "Matter's sister Mrs t Clarence Stnith and Mrs Ruby , Holmes,'- both * of Livermore, who , are 'hospitalized in the Lutheran |X/J i •• hospital. "" * t -' -Mr . iand Mrs Bob ' Diekmann " '-'and 'little daughters -Connie and ".'Kathy Jo-'were Easter guests , of the former's mother Mrs Fred ;, Diekmann. Kathy Jo -was born March 19 and weighed 8 pounds , and 2& ounces. ',', Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe „ entertained at dinner Easter Sunday a^d had as guests their son' in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs ,i • Phillip Arndorfer, Jane and Bob, Mrs Lolla Ladendorff and Mrs Marian Hennesey. Mr and Mrs Clinton Godden are parents of a son whom they have named Clinton Robert, born March 27, at St. Ann hospital. •,. • There is another child, a little ,; girl Donna Jean. The infant 1 weighed 7 pounds, 5V* ounces. • ' "•'. 'Mrs Nick Fisch had. as dinner guests Easter Sunday her son-in- 1( ,*'law and daughter Mr and Mrs 1 '• James Putzstuck, Mr and Mrs - Delmar Plathe, Mr and Mrs An' ton, Weydert and Mr and Mrs •, •"*'• Raymond Thilges, all of St. Joe. '*-'•/ Mr and Mrs Elliott Skillihg had as • guests Easter Sunday the '4 'members of the family Mr and ,-«.> 'Mrs James'Ostrum,,of Mankato T-'-v Minn v Mr and Mrs Robert El^ bert, of Carroll, and Mr and Mrs '"•'- '-' Pon Baade and children, of Ti-< V/-V tonka. *< "> . '%•'_ 'Mr and Mrs Halph Elbert took •> L -,,',their'son Don to 'Mason City, & -' ", Tuesday, following his Easter "f ••"!visit here.- Don flew to Cincin":••;;", natti where he has been trans- „ A}' v ,;ferred • from Milwaukee. He is £'.•; i ' employed as engineer by the Allis If ,.; i « prialmers Company. *' A ' **- and" I*ws Harry Skogstrom „..,, „,, — to Emmetsburg a week ago ^v_ '^-Sunday tp call on Mrs Elsie May m.^of' Chicago, who had •»* T _*i ^1 __ _ i__.ji_ ^ ji. _« WE RENT FORMALS! i. IS 'i :Spring Weddings . . . 1 Brightly Formal . Handsomely correct and so com- Portable. .You'll find "our'formal rental, service convenient. economical, too. Inquire today at.. . ; ; THE/: *' '•';'' HUB CLOTHIERS • '- "*• (13-17) hef husbana ter in yiotMa home. Ted Br<nh<?Mrt-laiKL tens there Monda Scholarship To ** ,'.. . ' >* a '.''» •V'.il-^ of^tett dayf.spettl,witM his left Sunday fat thltt , - . irtley. Virglrila AJsA, riiht month t \''' 1 * tftttia ! ftt -fai liiWallfi^S?*^ *'& % . , old daughtef -bf Mf m& Mfl vey FJnlv wfiS tfep&e'd Stmdat Mr and Mrs M. H. Pain at* tended the funeral service Sat 5 Swn GOOD VALUE SPIG and SPAN VEGETABLE BEEF CHICKEN DOODLE CREAM of MUSHROOM iLi-___'_-___-: BOX AMMONIA NABISCO PREMIUM CRACKERS h . Quart Mr chian > ^T mi. vuicqii ..........L QUART f* •• '«•• ' |4| Simomz Wax LUDINGTON DARK SWEET CHERRIES 3 303 SIZE CANS RATH'S - • ; LUNCHEON MEAT BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS WHEAT1ES 12OZ. PKGS. , NANCY HANKS - ( FREESTONE " I AC HIS LARGE Oz. SIZE CANS END CUT CHOPS LB. 39c , . 4here by the death of ,* her Vfather '-Goodman' Anderson, '-. - m*s$*J 4n,d Mrs Hel - aTe,*fprmer ( classmates. '»P* W?» ^WLPismond had ests EQiter Sunday 1 Mr and^Cqhen/,0! Masop Mrf Gerald, Cjohen, Mrs frying Jerry and PORK SKIKLESS FRANKS: :;,;:;.. Lb.39e CUT-UP HY-POP SPRING FRYERS ..^..._ Each 79c POPCORN SMOKED SLICED CHIPPED For $// twund bigger yields plant TOMCO BRED CORN MOT* former* cr« golno to plant more corn .thi$ yt orl > , , ond If* qplng to bi fh» formtr who gvtt th* blggtjt yl«ld p»r gw» that'f going .to moki |K» blg« gut prpfit. With on* or mor* of th« fclghly d«ytlop«d TOMCO yorlplUi, ypv'H b* on* of th* mor* protptrpm form*ri to.n» foil} HERBERT A. ir,,r OPEN KETTLE BULK LB. HOMEMADE HAM .-••>, „•*' SALAD LB. EXTRA LEAN BONELESS DICED. > RE-UNION CREAM STYLE 01) RH k DELCARA RAISINS \Y2 POUND PKG. USD A triOlfcE^BEtF QUARTERS 303 SIZE CANS BUTT'R TOP COFFEE CAKES 5 VARIETIES REG: 39c PKG, DEL MO'NTE SPINACH I - M MY - T - FINE PUDDING ,t. •» i-. < REG.) PKG. To offer for sale nationally known and popular local* brands of high quality merchandise at the lowest prices. ... Should any item of like quality be offered elsewhere 'in' -im 'town the lowest price automatically becomes our price, ||1 SH0P WHERE YOU Git ALL : | THE iow PRICES IN TOWN -, S ' I -™^W ' ^^ ^P* tfTATE WINESAP APPLES ' y-'",. lt ;'f' - 4O^<-' *. 1- V, 0

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