The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 4, 1959 · Page 8
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iv Sv p^P^ssT^fflT'l^OTfeir^JMfrl^SP^WfWj^* >. -, ,-, f-lj-j,, * » **r and Mf* 1*6 ©tod*** if* leaving Friday for Sergeaht, Neb., to attend a family reunion. Mr and Mrs Mayriard MUlei spent the Memorial weekend at Webster City with the farmer's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Erlckson had the latter's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs John Hartl, of Eagle Grove as guests Sunday. Mr aftd Mr* Wendell French have had as guests their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Don French and children, of Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Roy MeMahon {plan to attend the graduation of Jim McMahon, son of Mr and Mrs E. C. McMahon, Sunday, at Notre Dame. Nicki Clark. Son of Mr and Mr* Homer Clark has begun radar school at Memphis, Tertn. where he is stationed With the Navy Air Corps. Mrs Ted Fuchsen has returned fwm Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had surgery for remov* al of a goiter. She is making excellent recovery, • Guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer were the latter's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Herman Stienblock and David, of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs W. J. Fuller spent from Friday till Sunday at Spencer with relatives. Mrs Josephine Logan, a sister of Mrs Fuller has been hospitalized since Feb. Margaret Heerdt and brother Walter Heerdt Jr. spent the weekend at Manchester with the grandparents Mr and MrS N. H. Bolin and uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs K. B. Bolin. They attended the graduation of Karen BqlSn, their niece. ft* and lift Dtl* Ltwt^wttt Visited from Friday till Sunday by the former's patent* and «|tif Mr ahd Mrs JoM Lawc and Mrs Dr. and' ~MrTJohn K*rt»«ck have been spending some time at their cottage on Big Sandy Lake net far from Duluth, They ore expected home today ("Thursday), Mr and Mrs William f. fi*ek»r attended the graduation of their niece Becky Becker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Becker in the Catholic church at Bancroft Sunday. s „_ Mr and Mrs W. A. fatter ipenl from Friday till Sunday with relatives at Arlington. They were joined there, by Uri 'Foster's Sister Mrs J. E. Rawson,.of, Independence. Mr and Mr* A. B. Oakland and Mr and Mrs Ray Beamish are being visited by Mr ajhd Mrs Jerry Beamish and little son Tim of Fort Worth, TeK. They will be here a fortnight. Mr and Mr* George Poweri were visited Memorial day by Mr and Mrs -James Powers and the latter's mother Mrs Sylvia Martin, of Melbourne and Mr and Mrs Ray McCorkle, of Austin, Minn. Mrs Keith Slrayar drove io Cedar Falls Tuesday to bring home her dau'ghter Sharon .who is a student at the Iowa State Teachers college and will be a senior next fall. She will be employed at Van's cafe this summer. Mr and Mrs L. A. Winkel. Mr and Mrs Gordon Winkel, Mrs Mayme Winkel went to Qtfiaha, Wednesday to attend the graduation of Eldon Winkel from law school. Eldon will join -the firm of his father L. A. Winkel and brother Gordon. Mfs William Dodds, sister of Mrs L. A. Winkel will possibly accompany the group. :— • ' ' . " '« PvL D«l» tianffsftft fart Leonard Wood* Missouri,, speftt 8 days with his parents, M*. aftd Mrs Rudolf HattROVet at 4 Whittemdre He has just completed heavy daw equipment maintaiftance schooling, Hftrttf 8*ll*r has efctfiffttilii nil basic army training at Fort Letf* nafd Wood Missouri and is spending & ivfo week furlough Here with, his parehts, Mr and Mi-fr Julius Seller. He will be stationed ne*t fit Fort Sill, Oklahoma, ^ Margaret Carrie and William Duraht spent Sunday May 26 at Forest City. They attended the Methodist church where Rev. O. W. Brand, former Algohan is pastor. Rev. and Mrs Brand sent greetings to their Algona friends. Mr and Mrs Walter Whelsion* and family of Casey, Iowa, visited at the homes of Esther DeCamp and Joan Dunson on Sunday .Mrs Johnny Bergman, Ban* croft, visited hef mbther, Mrs DeCamp, Monday through Thursday. David Phillips spent ihe weekend here with his parents Mr and Mrs R, M. Phillips. He has returned to Ames where he has a summer job in the Physics department at Iowa State College. He will also attend summer schol. Dr. and Mrs M. O. Bourne have taken a cottage on Hayward's Bay at the Okobojis and will Spend much of their time there. They aHd the son Bill Spent the Memorial . weekend '• there and guests "were Mr and "-Mrs Vallo Nauddin. 4 • . , ,. Mrs Martha Adams who has been spending most of the time in Des Moines has returned home here. She was visited over the Memorial weekend-'by'her son and daughter-in-law Mr and -Mrs Ev- oral Adams, of Mankato.-.Mirin., arid their soft Clark who is a Theological student at Minneapolis. , Marilyn S*U»t It Weeks hete.wilh fefc? •", turn id Cedar has a, su: Jim McMahoh; Wrt of Mr i*i.« H> it « i iAtsi.'tAiMf"""'"""""'"""" Mrs K. Gt MCMa'nOnj uated Sun'day from ««t O»^*»n* tSjtctM "T4ikj4 av oouvn ueno, xna> **^ • ored in political science aiid m the faii wm ennatt it the t&M. Ity of IOWA to study law* His parents will be in atteftdajSfee at Mr and Mr* Jim Ktnafdy b*> came parents for Hhe.firSt $me May 29 when> d&iightelwas Botn to them at, Aliahelm, <2alifc She weighed f bottfuds, 15 ffi, attd has ben named, CyWtHi& .Jeah; Mrs Kennedy is the, forme* Chl&rls Skogstrom; .daughter of Mr aitd Mrs Kami Skogftlofri f Algoha and Mrs Kennedy tfs the son of former Algonati, Mr' Russ 'Kennedy. , •• •*',. -",f'.' f •", i- Mr and Mrt John. Hayes and their soti atid 6aughter-ih»l6\r Lt. and Mrs Kirk H^yes-are td spend the weekend in,a cbttage. at Alt- ken, Mihfi., and'Will, be joined thefe by the daughter.Carol,and a friend Anita Fellows, of Eagle Lake, Minh. , Both - girls „ are' students at Hamline uniVei^lty at St, Paul, and completed, the -school 1 year*Thursday. /;. i( \ } " ;• „ ^ Mr and Mr. MdH& W«bfi« were recently visited'by Mri Webster's brotherfirL-law",.* and sister Mr and Mrs Earl ScWmutz/attd Shirley* of Salinfti'-'Kan. ,, r with .them,, sh6 visited relatives in Fairmont, Minn;, , Bl'ne' E6rth and purleW, Other victors have'been the son and daugh,tei t iin4aw i Mr and Mi's '^Richard "Webster ahd Kirk,'Of "Des Moine's antl Mr and Mrs W. B. Rae, of Mdson'Gity. Mrs Rae is also 1 a sister of Mrs kWebster. K •' • TI ,•''<• ..... '".. . " M' < , Now /s For all fashion-minded men to come to lender's. For a Shirt.. For a Straw Hat.. . Cool, crisp mesh .- -' weave dress shirt by ARROW, Be quick on the straw for .the brim,' crown, and style for YOU! . ' t.t v " '• . i "- ";"•' ', ,i !' <~',l t -'{'*• i , .• ' For Slacks... , ' Wash 'n' Wear slacks - • , , lightweight, durable, dressy by HAGGAR. W n r These k iare Jhe times that try men's souls. Hot summer days are approaching. Why suffer any .longer in woolens and heavy cottons when ^ lender's has the most complete men's ward-' V robe selection in this immediate area? «. * " Ghpbse a dress shirt in cool mesh weave by v . ARROW; lightweight/ and so comfortable in ,; hot weath.er. And make your summer selection of*sport shirts. Choose in weight, style, plain ; > colors by ARROW, PURITAN, and SHAPELY. * , Fjck<iJp a pair or more of wash 'n' wear slacks; cobrahd comfortable, wrinkle-resistant, durable, for dress or casual wear by HAGGAR. '*&$'<-' 6fe>*'.* your new summer outfit with q straw 'Hat .from 5 bur hat bar, What straws we have! 'Yqy'll Jjke them all so well, you'll have to draw to make your selection, Assortment at &.&f'*'^ '- It/' ;^: GREEN TOP ft' FRESM JUMBO i«.» FOODS 1 GLACIER CLUB HALF GAL. ICE CREAM .:...:..Bli!l9c ''Sl/tslklST^'FlidziEN^- ,/' LEMONADE:. 6-OZ. CAN lOc BLUE RIBBON • TISSUE,:..,.,..— .I. 12 Rolls 89c MRS. TUCKER'S PURE VEG. SHORTENING.. 3 Lbs. 69c SNOBOY ORANGE ' ' 6-OZ, CAN JUICED ..:.......:.. 5 for 89c SWANSON - BEEF - CHICKEN - TURKEY YOUR CHO'lCE t;V. DINNED. ....;}:':*: :£RA'PE ' ' ' • . •> . 11 ._:,.-..,:... 3Qfsi|89c 0-GOMO ONE-HALF CHICKEN FRYERS :.J.:L^.; WITHOUT GIBLETS 'VJWJJVmWiH^^^ PETER PIPER • DILL or KOSHER 4 Qts .,'14-'OZ. BOTTLE * WILDERNESS APP^E - CHERRY - PEACH YOUR CHOICE •{• ".i.,«.,» -i. ?• KRAFT QT. MIRACLE WHIP LIBBY'S 12-OZ 1 . CAN LUNCHEON MEAT RATH'S SLICED 39c HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT Minced Ib. 39c LEAN TRIMMED PORK Cutlets ;\. ,! c»/ , . , ROASTS Ib HOME DRESSED BABY BEEF LIVER BEEF TONGUE WILSON CERTIFIED 4-6 LBS. f HORMEl'S Lb.tfc DECKER'S READY-TO-EAT LB. 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