The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1959 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 23, 1959
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Wed July 12 At LuVerne Earl Weavet afid Rat-Ian Leih- inger are working in Waterloo .this week. A number of relatives of Mr and Mrs Miltorti Espe met at their home Sunday everting to eele- brate their 16th wedding anniversary, The guests included Mrs Pfearl Hanson, Mr and Mrs Herman Voiglj Mr and Mrs Raymond rVoigt and family, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Dorothy Rbsefldahl and daughter Kay Frances and Mr and , Mrs BertN Seely aftd family of here, Mr and Mrs Gerald Olloni and Resells Vdigt of Algona, and Billy Johnson of Rolfe. j { Sunday dinner guests nt the Arthur JtoidpmvHh hoffie were \Mr and Mrs, Lloyd Walker and son Gary, Douglas Oppegard of Albert Left, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Ralph Sdbers of Wavcrly. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson of Lorn- ,Rotk, 'Mr and Mrs Arthur fcabol and daughter of West Allis, Wis., Mrs Alfred EqsuitK Of Thiensville, Wis., and Mrs Clnrenco Berda of Milwaukee, Wis., nm, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith -and son Lyle, • Mr and Mrs Gerold OHom and Rosella Voigt of Algona, Mi and Mrs Milton fcspe and Mr and Mis Herman Voigt helped Dorothy Rosendahl 'celebrate her birthday Thursday, July, S3, 1959 Algonn (Ifl.) Uppff DM Molnw-3 last Wednesday night. The Trinity Lutheran Ladle* Aid Society were hosts to the St. Paul's ladies Aid of Whittemore Thursday afternoon in the Trinity dunvh parlors, Mr and Mrs Erwin Reims returned home Friday evening from Rochester, Minn., where Mr Soirns went a week ago for (i chock-up. Rev. and Mrs Erwln VaUdl and family of Surnner spent Monday and Tuesday at the Louis Brant?, nnd Mrs August Vaudl Sr. home. Louis Braata celebrated his eishiy-firsl birthday Saturday, July 18. LUVERNE NEWS Mrs Guy Andre and daughters Mi-chele nnd Kathy of Fort Dodge visited in the parental Alvin Hardcopf home the past, week. . A family gathering was held Sunday nt the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Gronbach nnd family at Hayficld, Minn. Attending from LuVerne were his parents, MF nnd Mrs Frank Gronbaeh .hi-t brother, Mr and Mrs Richard Gronbach and children. Science vSKrinlts New \Vay Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain Y..|.fc, PI. t. (artful) - fof th« flrnt timfl »clr>n<!e tin* found & new *vih<ttantfl with the nsitofi- ability io nhrlnk hemor- finlds, slop Hchtnf?, ond relieve pnin — wllhmit *ure<!f y. In cnao nfti>r c«d«, whfla Jfenlty relieving pnln.hctnftl reduction (*hrinkn(f*'l took jllftro. Most nmnzitifr nf nil- r»nult« wpr* »o thorough that RulVnrnrn Ifice to b« » pfobleml" The secret ig ft new healing *ab- iancc (B(6-Dy,ne*)-digeo?ery «£ * world-fatnonii research inttitflte. This utibfitnnce is now avattabl* In tuppotitorv or olHtmtnt /«t»ft under the nam* {'reparation //,* At your druggist. Money buck guarantee. •&«. U. 8. P»t, 6M. 11 1 *., v< SEAPAK PRE-COOK FISH STICKS 8 Oz. Pkg. N\ X SHRIMP AHOY Mr and Mrs Dwayne Tobey are shown alter their vreddin; July 12 in Zion Lutheran church at LuVerne. The bride is the former Rebecca Stripling, daughter of Mrs'Jessie Stripling and the late Michael J. Stripling, LuVerne, while the bridegroom' is a son of Mr and Mrs Lynn A. Tobey, Waseca, Minn., 'formerly, LuVerne. The couple are at home in Fort Dodge. (UDM Engraving); ' tending were Mrs Viola Gerdes, Mrs Lydia Equitz, Mrs Rose Zabel, Mr and Mrs Arthur Zabel and daughter Jean, Mr and Mrs Walter Zabel, Mr and Mrs James Burnette, Mr and Mrs Earl Zabel and family, Mr and Mrs Elmer Gorichanaz and family, Mrs John Kourt, Mr and Mrs Ralph Braatz, Mr and Mrs Edward Starette and family, all from .Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr and Mrs Herbert Braatz and family of Janesville, Minn., Mr and Mrs Arthur Putz and family, Mr and Mrs Erwin Braatz, Miss Corrine Braatz and Miss Alyinq Braatz all of Wells, Minn., Mr and Mrs Mferlyn Stau<ff*r and Mr and Mrs John Lake from Mapleton, Minn., Mr arid Mrs- Arnold Schuester and family, from Minnesota Lake, Minn.; Mr and Mrs George Gillmann and family and Roger Braatz from Large Crowd At Riisch Reunion At Whittemore Whittemore — The annual Ausch reunion was held Sunday, July 19, in the Immanuel Lutheran church parlors in Lotts Creek. Those attending were Mr and Mrs James Hplmes of Jackson, Minn., Mr and Mrs John Leininger and son of Albert Lea, Minn., Mr and Mrs Vernon Fin- nested and family of Butterfield, Minn., Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer and family from Humboldt, Mr and Mrs W. A. Rusch, Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Olliver Lents, Mr and Mrs William Lents and family and Mr and Mr Robert Lents and family of Sac City, Mr and Mrs Roger Potratz from Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs James Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Wendell Rusch and family Mrs Larry Gade and family, Mi and Mrs David Berkland anc family from Fenton, Mr and Mn Alvin Potratz and family, Mr anc Mrs Arthur Rusch, Mr and Mrs Franklin Rusch and family anc My and Mrs Nick Gengler all o: Lotts Creek. Mr and Mrs Wilbert, Ruhnke and family, Mr and Mrs Edward Ruhnke and family, Mr and Mrs Arnold Meyer, Mr and Mrs Melvin Meyer and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Meyer and Mr and Mrs Harold Colwell, all from Algona; Mr and Mrs H. R. Zumach and son Norbert, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach and family, Mr and Mrs (R. F. Zumach, Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke, Mrs Adelia- Meyer, Mrs Donald GAinderson and family, Mrs Aurelia Leininger and son 'Harlan, Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver and family and Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann and family. Norbert Zumach arid Nick Geigler showed colored slides. Braatz Reunion Held A Braatz reunion was held at the Clyde Gingerich home at West Bend Sunday. Those at- Dodge Center, Minn. Mr and .Mrs Louis Braatz and son Robert and daughter Ruth from Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Clyde Gingerich and family ot West Bend, Mr and Mrs ;Wernei Braatz and family -from Tripoli -Mr and Mrs v R,pber.t ; Waite anc family from Ventura, Mr and Mrs Charles Braatz and family Mr and Mrs Carl Struecker and family from Waterloo and Laura Braatz of Mason City. Plan Style Show A style show, featuring the newest fall fashions, will be sponsored by the local. Catholic Daughters of America at the Plantation Ballroom Wednesday evening, August 5. Local models will model the new fashions for children, preteens, teen-agers, young adults and matrons. Mrs Inez Eisele> will be the narrator. Musical( numbers on, organ and piano, vocal solos and choral group and some "novelty skits will be included in the evening's program. A-lunch will be served and door prizes given. Mr and Mrs H. R. Zumadh, Mrs Adelia Meyer, Mr and Mrs Arthur Rusch, Mr and Mrs Nick Gengler and Mr and Mrs W. A. Rusch were Sunday evening visitors at the Aurelia Leininger home. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lents of Sac City ar,e visiting here this week with relatives. Gems From Diamonds Lead, Zinc, and Titamam WHITF EXTERIOR PAINT Reg. $5,50 Value 5 GALLON PAIL ONLY $18.88 Leader All-Purpose WHITE PAINT Perfect for fences, out buildings, or primer coat. 5 GALLON LOTS SYMPHONY IN COLOR HARMONY RUBBER LATEX WALL PAINT Dries in minutes. Truly a beautiful pain* to work with and see. f"*stwtv*?*«»<* « - * *"1 .^•••••a S 99 Gallon SUPER BRIGHT RED OUTSIDE BARN PAINT S 99 Gallon 5 GALLON PAIL ONLY $19,50 !*"*"•' Breaded Shrimp • v 49$ 49* CAN - D - LITE Blackberries No. 300 Cans CAN - D - LITE Boysenberries No. 300 Cans 49C CANNED Lib by's Food Sale WHOLE OR RIB HALF CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS END CUT PORK CHOPS LIBBY'S CRUSHED Pineapple No. 211 Cans 39C LIBBY'S USDA CHOICE BEEF Fruit Cocktail No. 300 Cans . ,.. . Lowest Price' In Years Lean, Meaty LIBBY'S FREESTONE Peaches.. No. 2!/z Cans LIBBY'S 100% PURE GROUND BEEF MULBERRY SLICED BACON PIONEER Tomato Juice 46 Oz. Can BOONE RIVER SKINLESS WEINERS LB. LONGHORN CHEESE LIBBY'S SECTIONS No. 300 Cans HI-C Lb. ORANGE DRINK 46 Oz. Cans BETTY CROCKER'S BISQUICK 40 Oz. Box MA BROWN STRAWBERRY PRESERVES Reg. Jars LIBBY'S Sieve Size No. 3 PEAS No. 303 Cans LIBBY'S Cream Style CORN No. 303 Cans CURTISS 10 Oz. Bags 35c FASTCO BRAND ICE CREA V2 Gal. Brick 590 NABISCO BRAND 5 Varieties - 39c Values COOKIES 3 fe $1.00 LIBBY'S KRAUT GERBER'S STRAINED Reg. Cans 49c No. 303 Cans 27c NORTHERN Pet Milk 25c Tall Cans TOILET TISSUE 4 : 29C 14 Lb. Box,, TENDER LEAF BLACK TT E A 39c 48 Count Tea Bags LONG ORANGE CARROTS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES^ i RID RIPE TOMATOES

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