The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 3
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•if , • tfSf Alflbna fla.J U PP *t ftl Molnei-S . Mr and Mrs James Kehon vis- itfed Mr ahd Mrs Franklin Pox at Wesley Sunday, / - 'J Mr and Mrs Eidbh Mfivey at. tended the,Sports show Sunday at Mihheapolis, ' ••'•«•;,. ; -;, ?••' . Mrs Chatles LaStfte is home from Si, Ann hospital-where she Had received treathlent for an ihfectioft, , Mr and Mrs Claude, Pearchs .aftd Mr and Mrs Charles. Dearchs spent, Sifrtd&y> at Atlantic* 'with Mr and Mrs Duane C.ompston and family. •' ., Mr and Mrs Anioh. Didriksen spent Sunday in Dies Mollies with jiheir son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Roger Didriksen and sons Keith and Lee. "Mrs Clark Orion, Websler Orton and Mr and Mrs Dennis Ofton drove to Mason City SUnday to visit Mrs, Clark Orton's son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy and family. . Mr ,and Mrs Ed Immerfall, Mr and Mrs Clarence Green of Bart- croft and Chester Harman of Al' gona went to Iowa City Sunday to 'see Mrs Chester Harrnan. She Is'' expected home • after being there for 2 weeks. fieb Jena*n, soft of Mf ahd Mt» Vemon Jensen, attends Denver university • and. came -home, to spend the Easter vacation Week Wifh his bareftts. • . • Mr and Mrs; Edwin ^ohni were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Vern Howard, of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Fritz Anderson of Liverhtore. Mrs N. J. Kelley and Miss Katherine Sorensen, high sdhool English teachers, Will attend'an English 'teachers conference in Mason cityteis weekend; : <, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Holcomb had the former's parents Mr and Mrs John Holcomb, daughter Charlene and Jerry Peterson of Dickens as dinner guests a Week ago Sunday. , Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell spen Sunday in Adel with the former's mother Mrs, .Daisy Hutzell and Earlham with the letter's brother in-laW and "sister Mr and Mr.. Russell Hester. Mr and Mrs Dale Heeren am little daughter spent a Week ago Sunday at Hampton withtDake's mother Mrs Jur^ne; Heeren and with-Mrs Heeren's uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs. Earl Saxton t ' , • . „ Mt and Mr« Bbbit! Kuhlmann tdfftiia Mdftdfty frow 6 wedding ;f!6 W New York City, Niagara rail • altd Canada. They stopped n Des Moihes Sunday night and Mrt Kuliltnann's father, MODSIN*. cuKn fulltl'a*. riv* olhir dltk all* •bit. , ir and M« CUnlon Godd«n ex- Eiect \6 have as dlnnet guests Sunday th6 former's mother and tier' husbfind Mr and Mrs R. W. Rash,*6t Hubbard, his sister Mrs Marie Crabtree, Connie and Kevin, of Madrid and Henry Godden. Mrs Anna Powell has relumed to her horhe in California following a visit of a week with friends here. She was house guest of Mr and Mrs M, H. McEnroe. She also attended the golden wedding anniversary of a brother and sister- in-law in Atlantic, Mr and Mta William Weiner and their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Hubert Marking drove to Rockford, Sunday to visit , Mr and - Mrs Frank Weiner. Frafck, a, brother of William, .is- home from;- Rochester, ,Minn., Where he 1 had been three weeks following surgery, Mrs Andrew Hansen was vis ited Friday by Mrs Geneva Plahn, of West Bend. Other guests of Mr and Mrs Hansen over the weck- tnd were Mrs Hansen's brother- in-law and sister- Mr and' Mrs Alvin S. Karr, of IretOn who 1 were enroute, .home from Hardingcr Tex,, Where .they had spent the wihtei*. i •-'•' ' > , Mr? and Mrs John Helmers had as guests' Sunday their sons and daughters-in-law Mr - and Mrs Pete. Helmers and Mr und Mrs Richard Helmers, of Sioux City, the grandqhildren Linda Jo and Lou Anne Wilschusen, of Fort Dodge and the son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Robert Carlson, Robbie and Roger. Even in the small things. KEWANEE Gives You More Disk for Your Money Buy Your New Kewanee From Taylor's Now! Plain Bearings or *:-T!mken. This NbW;Wrap Around Frame Disc'With'Parallel Lift Is The Latest Disc On The Market —'4 Bearings Per Gang — 48'Blades In The 13' 4" Model — New Discs Available For Immediate Delivery. TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO. ALGONA, IOWA ST. JOE By Mrs Syl Wagner ' Mr and Mrs Greg Origer attended the wedding reception for Mr apd>Mrs Ervirt... Nagengast at Storm Lake, Saturday, April 4. Miss Janet Drey and Ervin Nagengast were married on Saturday morning in Sacred Heart Catholic church in Early. Mr Nagengast was a classmate of Mrs Origer. . .Mr and Mrs Casper Kayser of Waseca, Minn, observed their Golden Wedding anniversary April 5. Relatives attending from here were Mr and Mrs Fred Illg, Mr and Mrs John'.jThul, Mr and Mrs George Wagner, Mr and Mrs Harold • Reding, Mr and Mrs Alfred Reding, Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner, Mr and Mrs Herb Kayser, Mr and Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas, Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul, Mr and Mrs Milford.Plathe, and Herman Illg. .Mrs fred Illg and Mrs John ThuJ.£ of *here are Sisters of' Mrs i'KaySer*,- '.'Mrs » ; Nick Eischen of St. Benedict, is'a'sister. Holy Hour service will be held in St. Joseph's Catholic church on Thursday evening at 7:45. Mr and Mrs Peter Zeimet moved 'from their farm here to the. former Welter house, purchased in Livermore. The Zeimet's daughter, Mr and Mrs Bill Borman, will live on the Zeimet farm. Mrs John B. Reding, Mrs Sylvester Wagner and Mrs Harold Friders accompanied Mrs Nick Reding of Whittemore to Waterloo where they spent Monday and Tuesday at the William Raker home. Mrs Raker is a daughter of Mrs Nick Reding. The St, Joe Trojans 4-H club met at the home of Ronald and George Illg for their March meeting. Duane Hilbert gave a report on 4-H Day in Algina, Lunch was served by Mrs Art Illg. Mrs Logue Of Livermore Dies Mrs Maggie Logue, 93, died at her hom.e in Livermore Friday afternoon following a brief illness. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Livermore Methodist church with Rev. Worthie Usher,' pastor of the church, conducting the services. Interment was in Union cemetery at Livermore. Surviving Mrs Logue are two sons, Ernest Logue of Livermore and Charles Logue of Algona, eight grandchildren and 12 great- grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband, David Logue, who died in 1938. Get Off Your Knees! CLEAN RUGS and UPHOLSTERY RENT A FAST FOAMpR from our paint department. Better than older types—because it's 80% faster—it cleans without soaking, Use it on all types of rugs; wool, cotton, nylon, rayon, and other synthetics—even antique Orientals, if you have one, It's fist—it's safe—and it cleans upholstery beautifully, too, Save time, mpfiey, and y«ur upholstery and floor s?xfring, too. Live cleansing foam comes right through the brushes, to restore the nap, while it shampoos* Easy, to uiel ,,. , (As Demonstrated at the Home Show I) f ; (Formerly Cowan Building Supply Co.) To Auction Bulbs As Band Benefit The Algona high school band, in' cooperation with the Algona Gladiolus Society, will hold a gladiolus bulb auction Sunday, April 12, at 2:30 p.m. in the band room at the high school Annex. Proceeds raised during the auction will be used to help defray expenses when the band travels tq Sheridan, Wyoming, in mid- July. There will be a large assortment of outstanding varieties of glad bulbs, available, according to band director Russ Guster. The public is invited to attend. Portland Twp» Sunday evening guests at the Victor Fitch home were Mr and •Mrs Alvie Clabaugh, Margie, Marlys and 'Marilyn. The Cla* baughs- are mpving <to Garner "The, fprttand progress Club w$i- meet Thursday afternoon April H6 at the-home of Mrs Jalce Smith, with Mrs Ja.y Steven and assistant host- Jf JTi HBW§ WB WAUT IT '•i -f-\ CONSUMER'S WEEK-END SPECIALS Duncan Mines CAKE MIXES Miracla Whip SALAD DRESSING a COMO TOILET TISSI 16 Rolls TIDE 2 For 59c GOOD BROOMS 5 SEW 98c Ea. INSTANT ORANGE DRINK TAN 14 Oz. Jar \ MRS. GRIMES MR. CLEAN Qt. 49c HORMEL'S SPAM 2 For 39c Flav-O-Rite Flour 10 Lb, Bag 79c 25 Lb. Bag __ $1.69! SUGAR 10 Lbs. 98c 'sssss/ssss/sss/rsssfss^^ MAZOLA OIL Qt. 59c Constant Comment Tea The Tea with genuine bits of orange and sweet spice. CHOICE CUTS CUT UP * '5 i V? C-.UM W i.at SiWVi.-. »W*iifvft/UWlft'.J»:iA»t1E!sKi<iaiUj» •«»,-..»._.. BEEF S Alt! Now is the time - Before Spring Work -- To fill your locker or freezer with some real nice young IOWA CORN FED BEEF QUARTERS. These are light 100 to 110 Lb. and marked at No Extra Cost. NORTH IOWA'S LOWEST BEEF SWIFT'S PREMIUM Steaks Choice Cuts. Ask for thicker cuts for broiling or Bar-B- Que. SWEET RASHER DECKER'S IOWANA CANNED SQUARE 3 Lb. PICNICS DECKER'S GRAINY STYLE IOWANA LARD 1 Lb. Cello CONSUMER'S COUPON This Coupon Is Good For 50 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase Of $5.00 Or More OR 100 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase Of $10.00 Or More AT CONSUMER'S! Limit . . . One Coupon Per Customerl Offer Expires April llth' i nrr< i mii^ Pail Just Like Home Rendered EBBBEUraBBBBBBI SWIFT'S PREMIUM Smokies Smoked Link Sausage PACKAGE S, *. GREEN TOP RADISHES . -2 Bunches 15c FRESH CUCUMBERS 2 For 19c CRISP ItfblM CARROTS ...:...•...! Lb. Cello JVC 1.00 SUNKIST NAVEL ORANGES 3 Doz. LARGE STALKS "I tffe CELERY ._........— ... 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