The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 7, 1959 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 7, 1959
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p®, it r In LuVerne Area avid&>ft tsslsted thfe jjft: Editott Hefti, & ftald Matty, Aftdrew TexJhey, Cliff Bju* . StHrn* ftenMn Sehulfc, Jess Huff* tohrt fitteke*. Gleh Btaynard, ti&telite ^Nielsdn," ftaljih Stoll, aftd Herbert AUK, i Hefti artd Mi-s CM i a&i&ted ' Mrt Davidson tfie'lrfrMi ahd ftoofi fftteal. •ft Mr Davidson Underwent major , surgery ' in Fort Dodge Mercy Hospital, April 24.' -He is 'satis flctbfy and soon home. Perg tli de Titonka Essay A Finalist t tilSftfea II ^atllytt .WeihoiwwM daughter 61 Mr tihd, Mrs John Welhousen, has beeh honored in a state es&ay contest .fepoibsored by the toWa-Federation of Worn- .voumi i»»'I8iS* I U 10 JlrtfilistT . «*s»yi ^-fltarin __ ift GoTrttnuhity AOatrs. , % whit to the iSf- a,Vis* .They Km! It less, Visited :the senatft and tilts si jcttesfefttatifei AM jjflttf . ,, Tntey" judged By theft actions, and fijte .fiitallStt atfe *o t .ae$e<!tf eft WOt-TV. Arrtes, April 19, .9:45 tb 10;1S a,tt»< The .contest^ -iyfll,.be.*Ml- lallt which •The fihal ^P^nJjJ televlsjon ,-at>peat < C eliminatic . will be «iv<§n a on-to his «f Marilyn, ' "***' •- '*ti Portland Twp. ieon&'.ttaase,^ h«^te to, 1 *' April Bartlett, sen of Mr Mrs Lloyd Bafttettv cftrft* he Saturday to visit his parents other relatives. A Sunday dihner wns hold »t the Bat'ttett homf in honor of his homer-timing, attending the dinner Mr and Mrs Andrei Htuissn nnd family of Swea City, Mrs Bernard Plielps called on Mrs Mci'vift Bristow irt Lutheran hospital nt Fort Dodge Friday afternoon. Mrs Dristow had surgery two weeks ago nnd is getting along well at this lime. , Mr and Mrs Delmer Angus visited at the Donald rt'ngsdorf 'home Sunday. Mf and Mrs Maynard Wiegand, Phyllis and DenfHa, Mr anfl Mr* Jim Van Move and Dcbfeic, MV and Mrs Bernard Phclps, Mrs Fannie Spticher and Ifarv^y Graham were recent callers at .the Lewis Lafsen home. Mr and Mrs Bernard visited Mr and Mrs John John' son at Searville, Sunday, Mr and Mrs Herman R'ggcrt, Whltterhoro, visited at the Paul Krueger home Sunday. Ernest tteldel, Zelds and Milton were also Sunday visitors. Mr and Mrs Neftl Miehnolsen and family, Mr and Mrs ttohftid Miehnelsen and family nrtd Mi Mrs ArkyNelstm. enjoyed ft ptetitc at the MieHaetstrt farfh Thursday. . ! Mr arid Mrs Sheratd Sydfte* and littlp son, Artieif, ~*pem the* weekend nt the MWt-rteft Trunk- visltor.4 at the Tony homo. "Sunday Jandl home were Mr and Mrs Bpn Lampe of Bancroft, M&ry JflTidl nnd Matt Czerence of West Bond, Mr and Mrs Clarence Dlcrs and family Of Bancroft, Mr arid Mrs Unnford Brock and family of Wod<?H, Mi'., and Mrs 3hcrald Sydncs and son of Ames nnd Mr and Mrs Mennet Trunk- Bill and faittitf , Mr and Mrs Atltf Friday Henry Mr and Saturday Call!. Korene Fitch fit the Arthuf Mix tterrife Mr and Mrs Victor Fftett *nd «* Judy visited at tb£ Chester Fitch 2 home Saturday. 4 • -' ;- « Mr and Mrs Orviile Hetd, Letts,«» le£t for their home Sunday after * spending three days al, the Stem ** tey and Dwight RUse homes. has returned Mexico,. 1 'rribnths ____________ ,..... ft. C HafnlH-|na faftWy.. ^^ '• V? MrsiTheodOJe'6 - Hoteppnef, . Mi aiid Attl fh^aoft'Hoepp'hW,' Jr., i|h, jRickyV^r arid M>s Arthur Htiepfe'n'er j Jh, Debra of Bloorh* iAgtqn, 111., Mrs 'Emma Hoepphe'i 1 .bjpni'aha; 1 "came; Saturday for the funeral "ol 'Carl'-' G. W. , iheir nephewj Mrs Eftima-Hoepp- former long timfe ' resident, ' ' Will remain until alters May. 30 ahd he -a guest in the Mrs Clara Wolf home.-, She has her home n*efe to. look; after, ,jv>,Mr and/;Mrs "John Carlstedt of , Stratford ^were Sunday guests in ithe/home of his cousin, Mr and •Mrs' Elmer Kubly- and family. . Mr . and Mrs Dennis Schulz, sbns, Michael and Steven oi Minneapolis, Minn., visited Saturday to* Monday with their parr fents, the Herman Schulz and C-tto "Ramlls families. •'5 Mr and 'Mrs "Joseph. Norcross'< 6rid family were Sunday visitors ih the'home of her mother,/Mrs iSarn Mickelson at Belmpnd. A dinner honored t the confirmation tof Sharon Mickelson. .4 Mr, and Mrs John C. Zimmer- inan/LuVerne,'their son Mr and Mrs tearl Zimmerman and son Randy, ol Goldfi eld attended the 'open house Sunday in the- Legion ' Building in Huhtboldt, honoring the silver wedding anniversary of Mr and' Mrs Gilbert-Hefti of .Crystal ,Lake.. t Mr, .Hefti, Js.a brother of Mrs'Jo)i'n C." Zimmerman, v^'-' ' ; • Recent visitors in the Mr and Mrs -Henry Studer home in Rdck Island, 111. were their mother's Mrs Helen Studer of Corwith Mrs k Alice r Anderegg of- West Bend, his brother, Mr and,Mr George Studer of LuVerne. They Went to«visit their grandson home '{fSn\ "Service lif'Spaih. •' Word 'has 'been received tha Bill Olson s i^ seriously ill in a Mason City hospital. Mr and Mrs Olson were former, owners of the LuVerne Corner Grocery. /I Audrey Hanselinan, Iowa State 'visited her parents, Mr and Mrs .LeRoy Hanselman over'the'week'- ehd. > t -Pleasant visitors on LuVerne, main street Saturday 'evening were 'Henry H. . Meyer, Green Isle, Minn., and his son-in-law, .Donald Behnkendorf of Bancroft. Mr Meyer, "Hank'? was_ a station agent for the M. & St.'L. /railroad in LuVerne from 1931 1949. '..Mrs Clara Wolf had as a weekend guest here granddaughter Roberta Murray employed in iJDes Moines, * Mr and" Mrs Milton Escher of Hopkins; Minn-.^his mother, Mrs Minnie Dickie and her friend, Mrs Bertha Shahan of Mason City .were Saturday dinner guests in the Fred Baumgarther home. Mr and Mrs. Jeff Bougie re• turned, Friday from a week's visit -mLCedar 'Rapids. -'•<Mr and Mrs DeRay Lichty of Mason City -and children, were 'Sunday guests ' at the Harry Lichty home. Mrs Kate Barton went Friday $o Fort Dodge lor a week's visit iwith her daughter. ; C. O. McClellan visited Saturday, and Sunday in Des Moines with his son, the Glen McClellan family. He also visited Edward Dehnent,, surgical, patient - at -Veterans Hospital, /, • >' Mr and 1 Mrs' Lyle 1 Billings, Betty 'Hefty of Kansas City, Mo. 'and children came Sunday for a • -week's "Visit with her parents, Mr imd Mrs Henry'Hefty, . i" Norton Nelson of Los Angeles •was 'a-"weekend visitor with hi; - brother, Jon Nelson, their jpoth % and sister, 1 Mrs Emma Ntelsoa •and the Merlin-Baker family a' sCorwiui. Jo'n Nelson, was ••• business visitoi, 1 in Des Mdjines Sunday and R^onday. , .''- Mrs Jessie Sanfprd, her son, Mr and Mrs Wayne, Sanford and 'Connie,, her daughter, Mr and Mrs James Trauger and family yjsited Sunday at Clear Lake. :To Install Piri ' Alleys, titpnka ; .Walker Mefipnald, prominent 'Titohka^ implement dealer, an' flounced last week in the Titanka Topic that he plans to construct 'a bowling alley in Titonka in the near future, . Equipment purchased from an Albert-J-ea alley'will be installed > m' the TjtPnka Coliseum, Aj> i^ngeipents are underway to purj ^has'e the building from Harold js -to start about the of Msy 'P n d H is hoped th0*7fleys will, be jn use by the niiddle of August. There will be six " Those Ao feel it is okay to tell white lies soon go color buna — The Fiiefightci-. SWANSDOWN - Chocolate - White - Yellow Cake Mix 25* Pkg. «* *« «* «* m M Half Gal. 59C SMUCKERS ICE CREAM TOPPINGS Fl N iSt Q U ALITY All FlttVbrs Reg. Jars HAM BUTT PbfcTlONS 43c Sugar Cured Smoked For Finest Wholb Or. Shank Half LB. SWIFT PREMIUM ALL MEAT SKINLESS k LIQUID SUDS LGE. 22 OZ. CAN Weiners LB. PKG. BOONE ftlVER PURE OPEN KETTLE " Lb. 12c SWIFT PREMIUM SLICED BACON LB. PKC. 59c Ail IFlavors .« SEASONED JUST RIGHT PORK SAUSAGE LB. VAN CAMPS BONELESS ROLLED Veal Roast LbJc BELTSVILLE OVEN READY Turkeys . Lb. 49c No. 300 Cans SLICED FOR QUICK LUNCHES Chop, Ham Lb. 59c AMERICAN CHEESE FOOD 2 Lb. Box DRY Milk DUNCAN MINES Box Of 6 — 1 Quart Envelopes Pot Pies 5 JIFFY BISCUIT MIX 29$ REUNION CUT GREEN BEANS Reg. Box No. 303 Can Pint Bottle TEXIZ Liquid Cleaner 4 Quart Bottle POST TOASTIES 29C FRENCH'S MUSTARD 6 Oz. Jars GIANT 18 OZ. BQX HYDROX COOKIES Sml. ^ M ^ Large '1% K" -. p'j ZJC pij J5C One Pie Brand Blueberries Libbys Tomato Juice 46 Oz. Can Reg. GARDEN FRESH ' SUNKIST 300 SIZE LEMONS — -FRESH-CRISP-GREEN 1 RADISHES 3" Whole Kernel 12 Oz. Cans W E p BI ^i|.. 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