The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 30, 1959 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 30, 1959
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4-ATgonQ (la.) U P p»r Dtt» M6ln»t Thursday, July 30, 1959 LOCALS Mt ftftd MM Clayton Pittman and Children spent last week vacationing at the Okobojis, Mrs Clem Cayanaugh spent a week in the Bridget Cavanaugh home at Forl Dodge recently. Mr and Mrs Jim Mahoney and children of Minneapolis spent a weekend With Jim's mother, Mrs Kiaihryn Mahoney. Mr and Mrs lorn Poiier and daughter Christy spent the weekend at the parental Murl Potter cottage at Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Charles LaBarre have been visiting friends from Waterloo in the Chetek area of Wiscohsin. They returned the first of the week. Dr. and Mrs E. J. Eason and Dr. and Mrs Ray Potter were visited over the, weekend by their relatives, Mr and 'Mrs James Potter and family of Nevada. Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor re turned Monday from a vacation in Wisconsin. The children Greg and Ann were cared for by Mrs Rose Sigsbee during their absence. Mr and Mrs Russell Picket! were visited over the weekend by the latter's brother-in-law and sifter, Mr and Mrs ^W. D. Hemmingson of Des Moines who also visited the parents, Mr and Mrs Matt Kapp. Mrs Kapp is a resident at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home. The Miles Slonikers are having as their weekend, guests Mr and Mrs Ben Peterson, Jim, and Jandee, from Kenosha, Wis. They also are bringing with them Kim Sloniker, who is returning after a month's vacation with his maternal grandparents in Kenosha. Carol Sloniker returned recently after spending a month also visiting in that city. Mr tend Mrs Lloyd Muckey and Mr and Mrs Roy Bjustrom drove to -tlumboldt to see a Rolf tournament. Mr and Mrs Don Prew spent Sunday at Clarion with the lat- tcr's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs William Schultzt Mr and Mrs Judd 51. John were guests Sunday of Mrs St. John's sister.'Mrs Arthur Rosenmeyer at St. Benedict and were joined there by the mother and sister, Mrs 'Mary Can-oil and Lucille. Mr and Mrs Kenneih Kickbush were visited over the weekend by their <«>n and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Bill Kickbush of Webster City. Bill cimic to attend his class reunion Sunday at Call State Park. Mrs Neal Monaco is visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Arlo Larson at Clear Luke. Ncal flew to Durango, Colo., to visit Russell French. The Mona- cos live at Steubenville, Ohio and have been house guests here of Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley. Mr and Mrs Lando Mishak aro grandparents for the first time, a son being born Friday, July 24 to their oldest son Wayne and his wife at Redlands, Calif. The infant weighed 7 pounds and has been named Mark Francis. This makfrs Mr and Mrs Mishak, Alta Vista, great-grandparents for the first time. Mrs Dora Kerrigan left for her home in Chicago Saturday night after a three week visit with her sister-in-law, Kathryn. Mahoney Many parties and dinners were given in her honor. Those who entertained for her were Helen and Julia McEnroe, Minnie nnd Ada Schick, Mrs Luella Esser, Mary Nelson, Mary Bciser and Eva Diem, Ha Huff, Stella Mao Breen, Luella Arndorfer, Mrs Mary Garman and Kathryn Mahoney. Mf and Mrs ' George Heinen were supper guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Roy Hines at Swea City. Mrs Harriet Lynch is spending several weeks with her parents, Mr and Mr* J. M. Thurstan, at Virginia, Minn. Mr and Mrs Harold Gilmorn expecting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs S, G Kkbanoff, Lori and Hurry of Ossining, New York, for a visit in August. Mr and Mrs Louis McEnroe- and family spent Sunday at Clear Lake and were met thete by Winifred Harlan and her mother, Mason City, and Patricia Manley. St. Paul, Minn. Dr. and Mr* Harold Erkkson are going td Buffalo, MiJirf., this evening to attend the P.QvA. goli tournament, Rev. and Mrs James E. Boyo returned this Week from Detroit, Mich, where they had visited their daughter and family. Mr and Mrs Harry Greenbarg spent the Minneapolis with the latter's brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Jerry Friedell. v Mr and Mrs Richard Dallman were visited Saturday by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Ralph Smith and daughter, Davenport. Sunday they were guests of Mr and Mrs Marvin Sdhmeling at Milford. Mr and Mrt fbbffi Cushing were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Lowell .LlfidsrtrOm at Laurens. • Mrs "Dutch" Lofetw of Pdm- patio Bfegeh, Fla. is house guest of Mr and -Mrs Doft Hutchison. She will be joined August 1 by her husband. Mr and Mis Sid Spear had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Geo. Schroeder, Mr and Mrs, Arend Hans and Mr and Mrs Poppe Jr., all of Lakota. Pamela and Richard, twins of Mr and 'Mrs Oliver Johnsons, have returned from a week at camps, Pamela at Walther League, Okoboji, and Richard from Pilgrim Heights near Montour. A §i*i& fry wfti evening Ht the Gib BuscfiWs for the personnel of Bu&dief Brothers Implement.conipariy'!and the families.' \ •*? I Mrs John Claytdft ifid. ; sons Johnnie ami( Mark "kre esspeeied nejct week, from Lawton, .Qtela.," for a visit with the parents. .Mr and Ata.H. W., Pl<5te1»> ; r . Mr ind Mrs Matthew Sttail took their little grandson Mftrk back to Iowa City, last week after his visit here. He^is the-, son" oi Mr and Mrs Michael Streit. . , Joe Bradley has been hospital*, ized &t Mercy .hoapital» Port Dodge, and Wednesday w&nt; to Rochester, Minn. He Ls tfotebled with a digestive ailment. *fe guests Sund&s^ at Baneflbft ol Mrs •Busther's b!to|ve£-to-1aw f« sister, Mr .and Mrs Jfowttihi, ' Mr and Mrs Albert H"agg, sons Franklih arid' AMfl, aAd' grandson Ronnie Matz, Exira, drove td Belle Fourche, S. t>» to attend Mr and Mrs Pete Melmers And •Mr arid 'Mrs Richard Hctmera, Rrekie arid 'David,\W^terloo, were weekend guests of the parents, Mr and Mrs John Heltners. ' v Mu and Mrs Fred Ericksotf spent the wefekeftd at Kansas City where, they attended two baseball games. Mrs Erickson recently returned from Des ' 1 :ord, . Mai surgery A couple of dren Calif., havfe been visiting Mrs Sid Spear and other fnends, Mrs ttermanson is the former Mary Ann TLrrnn .daughter of the .late Mr and Mts Fred, Tintm, well kncywtt .former residents. Mr Hermansort will come from Dvt- buque and join his family for, the trip home. SOME RdOMS SEEM TO STAY COOL NATURALLY, WHILE OTHERS SWELTER Circulate The Air In YOUR HOME WITH FANS FROM CULLEN'S FASTCO BRAND STURGEON BAY RED PITTED No. 2 Cans It: ' CALFAME BRAND ORANGE DRINK Big 46 Oz. Can SWANSDOWN CAKE MIX CHOC. - WHITE — YELLOW Reg. KLEENEX TISSUES DELSEY TOILET TISSUE FINEST QUALITY BUTT PORTIONS" LB. QUAKER PUFFED WHEAT SHANKLESS SKINLESS Whole Hams _..Lb.49c BIG SIZE PORTABLE 20 - INCH DOMINION CENTER CUT HAM SLICES. .....Lb.65c WINDOW FANS $ LEAN TENDER PORK CUTLETS lb.49c SEASONED JUST RIGHT PURE PORK SAUSAGt Lb. 25c QUAKER PUFFED RICE Jar Rubbers - 3 Doz, \.. - .. 25c Ball Dome Lids - 2 Doz. - 25c Sure - Jell-2 Pkgs. ........27c Paraseal Wax - Lb. _ _ -.-. - 23c Schillings White Pickling Spice 19c Schilings White Mustard Seed _.„.: 13c BULK CIDER BIG SIZE BONELESS ROLLED ELECTRICALLY Reversible 3-Speed Fans GENERAL ELECTRIC FANS UV/l^fc.hV.*'** l%^B*fc «•*•**• VEAL ROAST..... ....LbJc i95 FAMOUS RED - MAN Wood & Reed Picnic Baskets STURDY CONSTRUCTION STRONG METAL HANDLES ATTRACTIVE REED DESIGN FITTED WITH Complete Service For 6 Cold Drink Pitcher - Glass Sets AT USDA CHOICE BEEF ROASTS Lb.49c FRYER CHICKEN PIECES LEGS, THIGHS & BREASTS HILAND TA C HI P S Big Twin Pak Bag Vinegar Gal. STAR-KIST CHUNK STYLE Big Size Family 'Can HARDWARE SUNKIST FROZEN LEMONADE REGISTER AT FAREWAY FOR S HO W E R OF' GIFTS AND CASH AWARDS. Fareway's Policy . .. ^ --r ,..,... . , . j To offer for sale nationally known and popular local brands of high quality merchandise at the lowest prices. Should any item of like quality be offered elsewhere in town the lowest priqe automatically becomes our price. SHOP WHERE YOU QEJ ALL THE LOW PRICES IN TOWN MORTONS SALT . 26 Oz. Tube toe Giant Size CALIFORNIA ELBERTA PEACHES ,J»BJC.B 8. "EFFECTIVE™" J U I, V "~ 3 0 " T O ' A U G U S T 8 WE RESERVE THE BRIGHT T 0 L fH I T Q'U A N T I T I E S CRATE CALIFORNIA WHITE SHAFTER POTATOES 10 IBS.

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