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t •*..-. «•. -. . R . . C.. -. ^. ,' » * 4 . . ,. ,' . T-"* . Mr and Mrs Arthur Olson sp&if Sunday at Belmond with Mr and Mrs Russell Lonnivik. Mr and Mrs Everett Andersen were visited over the Veekend by their son, Phil of Des" Moines. Carolyn Miller, daughter of Mr artd Mrs Harold Miller has been „ nt Minneapolis visiting her sister, ,'Shirley. Mr and Mrs Harold Peter had Mrs Peter's niece, Janice Johnson of Alexander as guest a ' couple of days last week. Mr and Mrs A. E. Willreti have had as guests o few weeks the latter's niece 'and children* Mrs Henry DeWall, David and Kim* berlyi Escondidb, Calif. Mr and Mrs A. R. Willreti and granddaughter Joan Taylor drove to Livermore Sunday to see Mrs Willrett's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs E. Haack. ; Mrs Fred Williams and sons Douglas an'd'Steven attended a family reunion Saturday at the home of the parents, Mr and Mrs Sarn Mogler at Whittemore. Mrs Rebecca Lowman and her sister, Mrs Alma Sullivan, Staunton, Va., went to Albert Lea, • Minni, recently to visit the former's son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Cecil Lowman. Craig Lemkee. five year old son of.Mr and Mrs Paul Lemkee had a tonsilectomy Friday at St Ann hospital. His sister, Charlotte stayed at Armstrong with relatives, while Craig was away from home. . Mr and Mrs Howard Beardsley have as guests their sons Junior and family, Austin, Tex., and Walter and family, Midland, Tex. The Walter, Beardsley s are spending some time at the Okobojis and all were there for the weekend. Howard Stephenson drove to 'V Spirit Lake for the weekend and 'brought home his wife and son, Jeff whoThad spent a week with the'parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser, Peggy and Danny who • are spending most of the summer : in their cottage. Mr and Mrs Marc Moore drove td '.Marion Sunday and visited Hattie Wilson at the! home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and • Mrs Earl Schunck. Miss Wilson is • convalescing from injuries suffered in an auto accident near Mason City several weeks ago. Mr and Mrs Dean Jergenson and children Douglas and Barbara have returned from a ten day vacation at Muskegoh, Mich., where they visited Mr and Mrs Jim Wy. chor and in Chicago, 111., where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs C. A. Hanson and Mr and Mrs John Keple. •••'• "&>• <?? r-f^t* John Rink, who has been a Good Samaritan Home has re turned to his home at Ledyard He entered the home severa months ago following surgery a Iowa City and was in ,the home during convalescence. Irving Schmeling, who was hospitalized some,time ago, is now at Good Samaritan. Mr and Mrs Ralph Moe have had as guests their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Dexter Stein, Sioux City, and Mr and Mrs Ted Monger, Omaha, Neb., and. the respective famil- • ies. The son and daughter-in-law, Mr v and Mrs Richard Moe now live at Whittemore and Richard is employed in West Bend. Guests of Mr , and Mrs Perry • Lowman have been their .son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs William Burney and Judy Lowman of Des Moines and William Oliver, Eagle Grove. Clarence and Lillian-Nordstrom, Portland, Ore., brother and sister of Mrs Lowman, have also been here and were accompanied to JNew York City by Marilyn Lowman Mr and Mrs Jim Si John and Mr and Mrs Don Meyer left Saturday for California on a two weeks vacation. They will visit Mr and Mrs Bill Gudenan at San Diego and friends at Oceanside During the absence of Mr and Mrs Meyer, the children, Becky Elaine and Karen are being cared for by the maternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Judd St John. Mr and Mrs; Alvin Peterson and family, the latter's brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr and Mrs Donald Peterson and Mr and Mrs Richard Peterson and family, and the parents, Mr and Mrs Jens Pet. erson, Humboldt, spent the week end at ,the- Okobojis where they had taken a cottage, Donald, is home from three years of service in the European area. After a leave he will be sent to Bunker Hill base, Indiana. Mr and Mrs Herbert Lindquist had the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Marinus Mortensen of Clear'Lake as dinner guests a week ago Sunday. Other guests this Sunday were Rev. and Mrs j Elmer Dahlgren, Pocahontas, and their son-in-law and daughter Dr. and Mrs Johnson of Riverside, Calif. Rev. Dahlgren is associated with the Good Samaritan home at Pocahontas. Dr. John- sou is a professor of physics m Riverside college. Former Buri Pastor Will Observe Mrs Clark Ortonlhid son Wefa ster drove to Des Moines Saturday to meet the former's brother and daughter, Herliss Minkler and Elena, Biloxi, Minn. The daughter will spend the remainder of the summer here and Mr Minkler Is leaving at the end of the week for' Baltimore, Md.,' where he wil be assigned 'a ship. Prior to the visit here, he and his- daughter had been at Brazil, Ind., visiting 'another sister, Mrs John Martin the former Madeline Minkler. Mr and Mrs G. W. Naylor have had as guests Mr and Mrs Arthur Ashton. Waterloo, former residents here who are returning soon .and will be at home in their trail* er house. Mr Ashton has purchased Hawkeye Lanes. The Ashtons went tcJ Denver* Colo., before coming here to take up their new business. Other guests of the Naylors have been Mr Naylor s brother-in-law and sisters, Mr and Mrs Roger Hayes, Marshalltown, and Mrs John Nelson and children Valeria, Michael. Les- 'lie and Patrick of Ryarn, gasket- chewan, Can. Burl — Friends In this community have received wtird that Rev. and. Mrs S. M. Aten of Dayton, Ohio are observing their 50th wedding anniversary Aug. 10, and a card shower is being planned by their children. Rev. At en was pastor of tfie f*fr(8»by- •lerian church here f«* many years. Cards are to be Mdf©ssed •to Rnv. and Mrs S. H. Atefu, 15 Grnnilp Drive, Dayton, 15, Onio. Mrs James F. Herring Thursday evening for Ntrrth- bi-ook, I), where she spent a Tew •days with the Wm. E. Erofcls, en- route to her home in Arlington, Virginia. She is the fomier Norma Jerm Rash, and her daughter Margaret Anne remains for n longer visit. Rev. and Mrs Jackman and two children of Co/.ad. N«H>. Visited Rurt friends recently. Rev. Jackman and Mrs Jackman will be remembered by many here as pastor of the Methodist during the early 1940s. Mr and Mrs Lester Lingdom of K) Paso, 111. spent severnl dnys recently with Mr rtnd Mrs Geo, llnwt'oU. Mrs Kitvgdon was raised in the Burl neighborhood. Leo's Grocery, ownerl nnd operated by Mr and Mrs Leo Mitchell held n grand opening Friday and Saturday. Recent Sunday visitors nt the home of Mrs Lottie Isenberger were Mrs Amy Lingenfilter nnd Mrs Violet Starkey of Esther- vino, Keith Cobtim of Torril and Mr and Mrs Walter Klmnp of Mrs James Ollom has been under a doctor's cnre the past week and Mr* norths spent n few days with the Ollom s diiiR with the care of Mrs Ollom. David MeFnrlntKl spent last week with his grandparents, the O. O. MoFnrlnnds, while his mother. Mrs Dnrvcl McFarland, was with her daut'hter. Mis Darrel Davis. Mr and Mrs Davis are purenls of n daughter born July 21!. The baby weighed only 2-1'!i los. nnd is in an incubator in a Des Moines hospital. Mrs Elsie Look wood, with Mr nnd Mrs Dale Lookwood at tended n family picnic nt. Hardy Monday evening. The group met at the Vorl Winter homo. The following young people Thursday, August 6, T9S9 Algona (la.) Upp*r 5«* • from the Methodist church are attending camp fit Okobojl: Susan Lovs-tfid, Linda Marlow, Frafids Ann McDonald, Judy Mitchell, •Tune Mitchell, Judy Spry, Rose Ann Werner. Patty St-hwiotert, Terry Cook, Dunne tlinckloy and Dunne Zwiefel. Mrs Viola McDonald is counselor nnd Donna Teeter, assistant. Mrs Lockwood accompanied the group. 'Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hammer- Strom moved to RlcevlHe when? they plan to live. The Hammer- slroms have been Hurt resident.! for ?.li years. Several farewell pnrtifs have been given in their honor. Their son, Kenneth Hain- fnerslrorn and wife, ar& afed dents of Riceville. Lulu Hawetrtt and Selifta ton are enjoying a trte oti tft6 west coast and parts of Canada. General meeting of the WSCS hold this Wednesday as follows: devotions -— Bertha Wallace; program — —Lydia Manus; hostesses — Mary Sarchet, Edna Smith. Esther Schrader, Velma Dixon and Gladys Haweott. SALES BOOKS, register tickets, register carbons, adder and cash register rolls at the Moines Pub. Co,, Algona. FREE! WIN A BRAND NEW 1959 c RAISIN - PEACH CHERRY E V O L E T PUBLIC NOTJCE Notice is hereby given that the City, of Algona. Iowa has received from Walter P- Peterson, a proposal to buy from the City the following described real testate. Mo-wit: .• , . „ That part of a vacated alley heretofore vacated lying to the north of Lot 5, Blk. 130, Calls Ad- 1 dition to Algona, Kossuth County, for° "the sum of Twenty-five dollars ($25,00) and that said proposal will be acted upon by the City Council at the council meeting to be held at 7'30 P M Aug. 26. 1939. in the 1 Council Chambers at the City Hall in Algona, *°This -notice is given by authority of the City Council- and pursuant tp Section a63 39 of the Cpde of Iowa 19H i. Bated at Algona, lows this 31st day of July, >95fl City Clerk NOTHING TO BUY! NO OBLIGATION! REGISTER NOW AT THESE CHEVROLET DEALERS MEMBERS OF THE CHEVROLET DEALERS ASS'N. Kossuth Motor Co. Algona Elbert Garage •Whiitemore Peterson Chev. Co. Swea City , Montgomery Buick-Chev. Eslherville H & N Chevrolet Spencer Boyer Chevrolet Hartley Burns Chevrolet Lake Park Swenson Garage Ruthven Brookfield Chevrolet Sutherland Garner Motor Sales Garner Schaeffer Chevrolet West Bend Carr Chevrolet Milford Jensvold Chevrolet Buffalo Center, Yeake! Garage Kanawha John H, Junker Wodeq, ,V . Kuehn & Bryesewitz (Published Aug. § and A"g- 1- . ifxMhe Algona fla.) Upper Des Moines) PRESERVES 98C FLEECY WHITE BLEACH Gallon 45c WONDER FROZEN 10 OZ. PKG. DEL MONTE CATSUP STRAWBERRIES 19c 14Oz. Bottles HUNT'S Whole Unpeeled APRICOTS - 25< PEACHES HUNT'S Sliced or Halves No. Can 25* CLIFFCHAR Big 20 Lb. Bag BLACK FLAG AEROSOL COCK-O-WALK Bartlett Pears 3 98$ ROSEDALE PEAS PACKED BY LIBBY No. 303 Cans HALIBUT STEAKS Center Cuts SWANSDOWN ANGEL FOOD MIX Pound Reg. Pkg. THE NEW POST CEREAL HEART of OATS HORMEL'S SLAB BACON SLICED OR PIECE Lb. BARTON'S FASTART CHARCOAL LIGHTER ALL MEAT Reg. Pkgs. LARGE BOLOGNA " 35c Pint Can DREAM WHIP DESSERT TOPPING LOIN BACK PORK RIBS LB. Reg. Pkg. 59c SUNSHINE HYDROX or ORBIT COOKIES U. S. D. A. Choice STEAKS Cut For Frying or Charcoaling Fresh Fryer Legs & Breasts REGISTER AT FAREWAY FOR SHOWER OF GIFTS PORK LIVER Lb. 19c WESS ON OIL quart 490 TENDERLEAF 2 Large Pkgs. 69* Fareway's Policy To offer for sale nationally known and popular local brands of high quality merchandise at the lowest price. Should any item of like quality be offered elsewhere in town the lowest price automatically becomes our price. SHOP WHERE YOU GET ALL THE LOW PRICES IN TOWN TEA BAGS Carton of 48 49< White Seedless .WARES 2 Lbs. 35c PRICES EFFECTIVE»ONE WEEK — AUGUST 6 TO AUGUST 13 WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES Sweet — Ripe Watermelons All Sizes From 49c up > I '. Jv

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