The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1959 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1959
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. t Upptl Bel Mofnci Thursdoy, June 25, 1959 Annual Duft on Reunion Sunday At Ledyard Ledyard — On Sun^y the 53rd annual Button vouninn \\-ap hHrl in the l,edy;ird Trnvn H.,!! xvith 95 in attendance. A pic- hie dinner xvas followed by n business meeSinj; at \vhirh time- Ibf following new officers wire elected: president. Fred I"hitl'>n. | Ledyard: vice president. Lccn i \Vorden. Fairmont: and Mrs (.!!'. n , Teeter. Lone Hock. srcrrUiry j After the business meeting n | priyram of rriusiral numbers and j routines by the children \v;i-- enjoyed. The oldest nu-mhois pro-1 sent were Mrs Ruih Dutton of j Lone Rock, who is 9i> and Mrs I Margaret Dutton of Alsmui. I Deanna Brandt gave a demon! ^ration and Sharon Kloostei I gave a picture study, Donna i In.uebritson gave a report on Mr and Mrs Meebler End sons of Tilonkii aiid Mr and Mrs Eidon Dontje were Sunday evening guests at the bume of Mrs Henrietta Dontje. On June 19, the Springfield 'Sparklers held their regular 4-H meeting at the home of Jnnis Goetz. Mrs Cecil Pinjjcl wns a guest. For our program Belli Johnson gave a talk. Linda Pingel ant! Mr and Mrs Richard Schmertz- !cr and daughter. Cynthia Sue, cone Monday to visit at the par- i-'i.tal I). B Mayer home. Friday , ;!-.( other two tfhls and fheirj t.i'nnlu'M Mr and Mrs George; i;.,ina- and Pamela and John and .\Tr and Mrs Ncal Warren of DCS M. •iin-s i-.ttnr for tin- \vcr>koncl Mr- Kli/alictii Andi-rr.nn celebrated 'if r birthday Sunday and had many i-idlors both Saturday mid Sunday. Earl Mooro nf Enmu'tsburg spr-t)t -;ho weckrnd at the home ,ii !M- -K^ti'i. Mrs Kumco Dyer. Mr .md Mr< Kent Muiistgard and Mr and Mrs Chris Mmistijard of r,,i\\nc. Hfv. and Mrs Frt'd Samek and Shcryl of Hurt^ and Rev. Satnrk's fathei' of Cedar Hapids were Sunday dinner i;in sts at the home of Mrs Mary Bashara and Rosalyn and Tom. Mr and Mrs H.lrold Grnnncr nnd sons of Rockwell City were Sunday jiuwts at the home of Mr and Mrs E. A. Carpenter. Stanley Keefe. son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Keefo, came homo last week Tuesday to spend a 1!) day furlough with his parents. Mr and Mrs Donald Looft and family of Alexandria. Va. arc spending a two week vacation at the parent!)] Edward Looft home and at the Richard Snycler and William Mather homes in Swea Donna Gardner Of Lakota fs To Wed Mr and Mrs Wayne Gardner of Lakola, announce the engagement of their daughter, Donna Mae, above, DCS 'Moines, to Mr Donald darken, son of Mr and Mrs Henry darken, also of Lakota. The ceremony will lake place September 20. City. On Sunday a Looft fam- ily'reunion was held at the park in Swea City. Program Winds Up Bible School •At tort fiurt — A 'total of 57 young folks attended the Presbyterian Bible School held at the church in June. Teachers and helpers wore Rev. and Mrs H. A, Smidt, Helen and Ruth Harms, Linda Stenzel, Marsha Dremmel, Patricia Long, Deanna Beraau, Joyce Angus and Jane Wpltz. The annual picnic was held in Call Park, Alg'ona, Saturday afid a program on the work covered was given- at the church Sunday evening. Another June meeting at the Presbyterian church, was the One held by the Mariners June 14. Rev. ahd Mrs Myron Brower, Al* gona, who are chaplains of North Central Presbytery, had charge of. the candlelight installation o! officers and members. Mrs Brower. also sang during the service. Con and Marine Bowie of Lake City, National Navigators of the Presbyterian * Mariners group, presented the local group with their charter. A Mariners notebook was presented' by Carl and Fidelia ,Kiilsholm, who are skippers of North Central Presbytery. Rev. and Mrs, H. A. Smidt, chaplains of this group, were in charge of the devotions. Luncheon hosts were Harold and Viola Becker and Ouane and Marjorte Mawdsley, fhlriy-tvw) adults attended. The annual conference of the Methodist churches is this week in Mason Citj'. Rev,- and Mrs F. G. Samek and the lay delegation from both the Ledyafd and Burt churches will attend. Mr and Mrs Wm. E. Ernst of Northbrook, 111. are spending si'x weeks with Mr Ernst's mother in Germany. Mrs R. L. Moore spent some time at the Jack Giffofd home in LuVerne, assisting with the care of a second son born June 15. Several Family Reunions Held At Swea City Swea City — The loth annual Godfredson family reunion was held in the Legion hall in Swea City June 21 with 75 attending. A basket dinner was enjoyed, after which a miscellaneous shower was held for Mrs Arthur Groen of Algona. A short business meeting was then conducted by Mrs John VonBank. Mra Mervin Johnson was elected president for the coming year with Mrs Cecil Godfredson secretary. Those in attendance included Mr and Mrs Peter Godfredson, Mr arid Mrs Peter Looft, Mr and Mrs Lloyd GodfredsJon and boys and Mrs Alviri Godfredson and Diane of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Paul Eteittman, Mr and Mrs feiaest Godfredson, ,Dfck, Mr amt |*W Arthur Groen, Mrs Sen wifaben, Sue and Kathy, Mrs David Hankins and Kur}, Mrs Lillian Ringsdorf and childreftj all of Algona, Mr and Mrs Richard^ and children of Burl, Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredson, Mr and Mrs Eddie Godfredson and children ol Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Mervin Johnson and boys and Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfredson .of Swea City, from this area. * , Weekend* guests of Mr and Mrs Earl Kvamsdale were John Sandvik and Barbara of Davis Junction, 111. Sunday guests were Mr ahd Mrs Fred Selberg of Ledyard. , The WSCS of the Methodist church will meet Wednesday, July 1, 2:30. The prayer meeting will be held proceeding the; WSCS meeting in the church. TO TONY'S Cities Service & Dairy Bar ON THEIR KLGA TEEN HOP , Annex 8 P.M. - Till 11:30 Friday, June 26th Music — Records Prizes -Refreshments . .• -• * '-"'- v>t ADMISSION-SOc Grand Opening We are proud to hive had a part irt the construction of their new station and dairy bar! PRATT ELECTRIC GO. CY 4-4326 ALGONA, IOWA Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper EVERYDAY LOW PRICES ARE A SUPER VALU FEATURE - THE& SPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY,. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY PAN-O-CAKE, LARGE EACH ANGEL FOOD CAKES BETTY CROCKER ,CAKE MIXES...... 3 Devils Food — White - Spice - Yellow • j .-.• . i '-*...•'.. ' . i -. - : ' PKGS. ..FOR 79c ALL NORTH STATE FROZEN Vegetables 6 pkgs. for 1.00 j WINSLOW, NO. 300 CAN ASPARAGUS j 4: loo NORTH StATE FROZEN SLICED PEACHES 5 pkgs.for 1.00i SUNNY VALE, NO. 303 CAN SLICED PEACHES 89* HAPPY HOST, NO. 303 CAN GREEN BEANS 8: loo LEAN, MEATY SPARE RIBS 5 LB. $' TIN EXTRA LARGE, CUT UP W READY TO FRY COCK-O-WALK, BARTLETT 2V 2 SIZE TIN PEARS SEA MIST, FROZEN GOLD MEDAL LEMONADE - lOcjj El A MR -••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••^ Hi HHI ^^^^ ^IBF IH^^ 25 LB. BAG HERSHEY-16OZ.TIN CHOCOLATE SYRUP 19c MA BROWN - FULL QUART DILL PICKLES 29c RED DOT LARGE TWIN-PAK POTATO CHIPS 49c MA BROWN, PURE STRAWBERRY 12 OZ. JAR 4 JARS *••- " Preserves I EACH ARMOUR STAR Lb. I LOIN END, NICE BUTTERNUT LARGE JAR 6 OZ. JAR Instant Coffee 79$ ORK CHO tb. J9C I Braunschweiger HORMEL DAIRY ARMOUR STAR CHOPPED HAM ANOTHER LOAD OF LARGE RED TEXAS LARGE SLICING SUNKIST, MIPIUM SIZE ^••Be ^^p^W ^^^B ^_, ^^^^ ^^B(|I^BJ^^ HOME MADE, IT'S DELICIOUS HAM SALAD SANDWICH SPREAD HORMEL DAIRY COOKED SALAMI ALWAYS PLENTY OF '• FRJ5E PAVED PARKING

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