The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1959 · Page 3
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"< > *•"• ,# ** ' f /7Wf^/yf^ treatments fo? a slipped disc: , Mr* Bftfia Barman Buffalo Ceftter:Sifiia relatives M? si i*if and plhe? relatives. > ** M** M. O. fibtiflw drove i. omed la , st week Wedhe .where the doctor attfetidexi ical meeting, at the Pott Moines hotel, u : M* and Mfss Willaid of the Great Lakes ftaVal fcomjng .Friday for 1 a v | s " with Mrs Salisbury's nidthef Mrs-Tillie Steinman; ' > - ^ Mrs Segrid (FtaflS|) Kdhlhaas is oemg visited* by hfe sister, Mrs Lyle Ellis, of Hartfdrd; Conh, Mrs Ellis will bte herb fdr" the"surtl-, ftier. She is the for-mer Yarda Nelson. , -i Mrs Eva Deim, and ,het sisiet Mary Bieseri attended the funeral .services a Week ago Friday at Fort Dodge for their cousin" Martin Lentsch who. died in a suffo-' cation accident. ,, Mrs Eva Deim, Mary, Bieser and their cousin Mary Kramer* of Whittemore who is visiting theni a few days attended the funeral services Tuesday at EmmetSbUrg for a friend, Martin Wabai • Mr' and Mrs R. S. BloSapm and their son and daughter-in-law Mr artd Mrs Glair Blossom recently visited the 1 senior,Blossoms son-in-law • and daughter ,Mr; and Mrs Sigurd Fardal-at Forest City, Mr and Mrs Herbert Lindquist had Mr and Mrs James Mars, bf Rockford as guests Sunday. The men are managers of th£ local Qood, Samaritan- and Rockford Good Samaritan Farm' Homb 'res pectively. Mr and Mrs Orville Wicks returned Saturday from Rochester, where Mrs Wicks had gone for .a checkup and tests.'She. is re-, covering nicely and will return, in,a month for. a further check-up. She is on a strict diet. .•'•,-,.'',. Mrs M. Q. Bourne j went to Northfield, Minn., Friday,'.to attend the May fete weekend with her daughter Barbara,- a junior at Carlton college. Barbara took 'part in the -Dolphin club swimming ballet and .assisted in the ''May fete breakfast. ' Chris Wernert has been here 'from Des Moines 'visiting-.-'her sister-in-law Mrs Alice ,Wernert, Mrs Howard' .Beardslfey, Helen pingley and other friends. She is a well known former'resident here who now makes her" home at * the Bishop Drumm home in Des Moines. . ,,-"<>,'.«•"-,' ' Mr and Mrs Henry -Becker, were .visited Sunday '. by Mr..'and Mrs' Gordon Ogg, of Hartley,' who also visited other friends. 'The'-Oggs are well known former residents heire and ,Mr Ogg .waS" at 'one time a business partner ^ of the late William Hawcott,, in' a variety store. Mr and Mrs Don Cash were visited over, the weekend, by. Mrs 4jriy; Cash land Mrs Marguerite BlWow, of Lennox. Sunday the eighty-first birthday of .Mrs Maude Nelson was observed'and 25; relatives were guests. Mrs Cash and Mrs Chester Schoby are twin daughters of Mrs .Nelson. • -' .">''', : Mr 'and Mrs W.. B. JNugeni. of Des-Moines, well known Algon-" aris, are returning to Rochester, Minn., Friday where Mrs Nugent will consult doctors further. 1 • Friends of Mrs Meda Hedfield, of Des Moines, will \ be glad to learn her recent throat surgery was .successful' and of a minor nature. She was in Lutheran hps- pital but has been at home with' .her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Clark Redfield for sev- ' ;era"l days. v i •,. Union Aletheans Honor Mothers 'Union Alethean 4-H girls-honored their mother with'' a tea May 9, at the Union Civic Center. Food committee for Rally Day as Susanna Moore, Janet Angle 'and Lorna Walker; 1 .committee for county officer, Grace McKim, Jeanette Bjustrom and Susan Nitchals. Posters' are to be done by Penny Dodds and Jeanette Vigdal. , Trudy 1 ' 1 Alt and .Lois Hunt were appointed^* to make name tags' for club members. Lois Hunt will' represent the club at Rally Day net* at Dahl's SM Hta&id H6BSbft*S. T Mf and MrtEMl Bowman hfcd their - J»n*ih.*teW| 1M astightfef Mr &nd Mrs 1M iiHIifef ima fattt* ly. of Veftlara as tuesls Sunday, Ms tftd Mfli BdB , fticHftf dfdfft fbrtner fesldfenis.vft^ bf Cedaf Falls, spent Sunday here as guests 6f Mr a'ffd Mrs Kenheth Stfa* V. , |- »ti 'r United f f eibyletiart Waman'i gaftizatibH thefts tdday (Thurs* ay). Mfsl'Alft^d Schenek arttf rs A, U Crawford are ift da M , . , ., . J. Bradley w*rtj ttttt Su«da» by their son and — mr Md Mrs lift* d fatally, 6f Brld* ? wets Cupper guests. SeafchW Lane and w>n lift, Thursday evening by tr&in fof Southgate, CaL to visit, and to assist their daughter Mrs Jhn Pentecost, who has been ill and lioseitalifced, *<; •MA'FMd* NetihriftA ?4> dUjfl S&turday of a heart ailment fol^ lowing several weeks of sickness, ITuneral services were held TUes* day at 'Immanuel church at y ll fill and interment trtadelat Safe cemetery. Mrs Nuehriftg haH,tJfeeti:hete with ht&- Sort fthd daughter-in-law for some ' tiftie,- Is, Ambfoisfc Cal odlan* Waitj J..J,. J[ , ijati>iifl T J Hntt two IB Dtefisett'aria 6fjpir^j#kf 1; ilia r guests ftff dmhef Ift tton from high Mfand Mrs Hubert family, Stfde; Mr O'Brien ahd fam 'O'BfieiS, n<j6riey and strong; Mr aiid Mrs Metmrift \iaich andt family, Mf 3<& KollascW lahd Lisa Mefgen, Whittemorej T<am M on, ftmmpfsbnri?; and Mnrlt t?ot lasch, Dos Moines. Mr* John MeEnrot and daujh- tov Patricia h«^e returned frotngs visit in the Southwest and various parts of Gftiifomia, At Tucson, Aria., they visited former Alponuns Mr and Mrs Merle Briggs tmd at Phoenix, they were quests of Mr and Mrs Otis Pnd- dock. Mrs Paddock nee Gladys Ttibon is also a former resident here. They were met at Los An- Keles, Cftlif., by Mrs McEnroe's brother M. C. Solon, of Palm Springs and sister, Mrs Mary A, Murdock. of Big Piney, Wyo. Patricia and her mother also went to Son Francisco to visit. Officers and teacher* hav» tofttt •selected and registrations are be- infl ftOffplfnl frtf .. ... Bibje School nt the Pif»t Methodist church. Mrs John Schutter is coordinator; Mrs Newton Cotigh- enouf, secfetflry; Mr* Frank Moti- Iton, supply secrclftfy and Mrs Don Trupke, librflrian. The kind- etRarteiv depArtmeAL Mrs Lewis Marshall,, superintendent has Mrs Eppo Bui ten, Mrs Robert Bensch and Mrs Harold Peterson as teachers. Mrs Clifford Skogsti-om Is superintendent of the primary department with Mrs Robert Elf- efson, Mrs Fred Schoby, Mrs Don Kajewski, Mrs Jack 'Evans, Mrs Darrell Mosher, Mrs Rex -Taylor and Mrs Gerald Schmidt ns teachers. Mrs Robert McCullough is superintendent of the junior department with Mrs Everett Burr, Tfiurtttay, May it, f $9 Atfdno (Id.) tffttf tat M*tofi»$ Mrs Don Davidson and Mr* Cecil Will, teachers. • M WESLEY NEWS The Herman, August, Leonard, Duane and Don Studei-s wtre guests at the George Gtawe home at Corwith Friday evening after graduation exercises. Cecil Glawe, Delores end Dorlehe Stu* der were members of the class. Delores Stude'f • loaves .June ft for Hamilton Business College. Mason City. Darlene Studer and Carolyn Sludor will etvter the La James Beauty School at Mason W» City, June 8, Wests at Mrs Fridny evening in hottof son, James' graduation Bill Haudeld. Garnor; Sylvester Gartnana, Bfitt; MaftHt Bleichg, Forest City: Earl BrdnrtM, Oar* ner; Al Erpeldings aftd Mflfy Ann, AJgona; Dr. Alice Sartor, Charles City} Louis Oesterreicher, Mary Oeslerrdcher, Mrs Leonard r Bleichs and Margaret; Art Bleich and Patty; Carol Martin; Kenneth Forburgers; ftogef Floftir Mtf Robert Rockwood and Mf 'and Mrs Charles Mullin. BUTTER-NUT or FOLGER'S COFFEE 2 $135 MAZOLAOIL QUART CHOCOLATE SYRUP 2 •16 Oz. Cans TOMATO JUICE : Big 46 Oz. Can i?4l ' i DEL CARA RAISINS Reg. Pkg. DUNCAN MINES CAKE MIXES Reg. Pkg. CHARMIN. TOILET TISSU Roll Pkg. HIAWATHA DILL PICKLES Kosher Or Regular Full Quart RE-UNION PORK 'N' BEANS ' COOKIES HYDROX - CAMCO - VANILLA WAFERS t i * v;Yot^r W (Choice RE-UNION RED KIDNEY BEANS n 300 Size Cans WILSONS LUNCHEON MEAT MOR or BIF STAR-KIST CHUNK TUNA Reg. Size KARO SYRUP WHITE or DARK IVz No. Jar PJK-NIK-POTATOES SHOE - STRING Big Can 20 MULE TEAM BORAX MORRELL'S GOLDEN LARD RATH 7 S ANNOUNCING! Now SLICED . of • peraoiwd <**ckin« co«at—fcgirdleM <* (toe* of txtbmt* irtth our new PAYC * M yoa «beck) Pto. PATCi no prfiiliimBi MnM9 You may op«a • «•> w» i «ny Mnouiit—oc«I lAini tva ooJy MAkient tMlancc.to cwv«r «heck> jwa write, P»y only • few ctats far ««ch dwck — no further «bv«e*. A* «boat (be PAVC utal ».,t*f 99* «>». tqr ctoetk Perfect For Charcoal Or Barbecue Lb. Move. BALANCE US ABOUT TH6 GEDNEYS BULK KRAUT DECKERS SLICED COOKED SALAMI , PURE OPEN KETTLE v RENDERED LARD U.S.D.A. CHOICE < BEEF BLADE ROAST Perfex Or Dexol Giant Size 59c Bakers Chocolate Chips 6 Oz. Pkg, LB. Kleenex 400 Count Iowa State Bank Algpna, Iowa PICNIC SPECIALS: HAM SALAD ~ POTATO SALAD - COTTAGi CH|ESE ORANGES 2Doz.69c POTATOES...25 TOMATOES : VS= T • ff *-^-l : «*, =35= »'» ! Fareway's Policy ^* f. tifs , l ' ^ ' r r , *-^^ , To offer for sale n^ip.naliy Jcpown and popular locg} brerids of high quality roerchaadise at the lowest prices, Should any item 01 like quality be offered elsewhere in town |he lowest price auiomaticBlly becomes our price, SHOP WHERE YOU OET AM, « THE I.OW PRICES IN TOWN, MAY 2 1 T O MAY 28 TO L, I M I T Q U A N T I T I E S EfFECTIVE THE RIQHT Adams Frozen RANGE

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