The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1959 · Page 4
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4-Afgona (lo.) Uppftr Dei Molne* Thursday, Auguft* 13, 1959 F/fcerf Here Mr and Mrs Louis Ricklefs are shown aiier their wedding July 28 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church here. The bride's mother is Mrs Johanna Elbert, Algona, and Mrs Anna Ricklefs, Pocahontas, is the bndegroom's mother. The bride is the former Rosella Elbert. 'The bridegroom is employed here and the couple are living "at 1609 East Oak street. (Glenn's Studio Photo —- UDM Engraving). 'Mr and Mrs J_ay D. Graham.left Monday for a week's outing in northern .Minnesota. A grandson, Russell Graham of Denver; Colo, accompanied them. --. Mr« and -Mrs Harold Reimers and children vacationed at a Min nesota lake' resort last week. Mrs Dennis , Wu'bben of .Midland, Mich, is ,yisi ting . her" parents, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Wolfsi and family. , The Birthday Circle which was to meet Thursday <has been postponed until Friday, Aiig! 28, due to conflicting events. ' •Mr and Mrs Don Patterson en- Burt Man Hurt In Fall Front Scaffold Friday ;Burt — Roland Lavrenz had the misfortdne to fall from a •scaffolding while at work on the Hawcott farm Friday afternoon. 'He was taken later to. Spirit Lake where work was done on his injured shoulder. He will remain in the hospital there for several days. tcrfained at a family picnic at, their home Sunday, ttelativeS from Lake Mills and Mrs Appleyard and daughter of Washington, D ;C., attended. Other relatives from this area wore present, j the regular meeting of the Vmerican Legion was held Tues-1 day evening. Carilyn Hinckley gave'a report on her experiences at Girls Stale. Luncheon hostesses were Dorothy Becker, Wan- talee Ifewcptt and Grace Trenary. Dr. and Mrs 'Hamstreet, \Vihd spent several weeks in Burt, are now vacationing near Perharh, Minn, Mr and -Mrs Fred Hartman of Crete, 111. spent last week with Mrs Bertha Mansmith and at the George Manus home. Mrs Mansmith returned to Illinois with them Friday and will visit her sons Melborn and Victor and families at Blue Island before returning. Mrs Isenbergcr will attend tho Isenberger family reunion to be j held at Clarion tSunday. Sho will accompany Mt and Mrs .Walter Klamp. Mr and Mrs Howard Bait are parents of a son born Aug. 6 at the Bahnson clinic.' The baby weighed eight pounds and has been named David Allen. There are two sisters and an older brother to. welcome David. Mrs Anne Reimers and Mr and Mrs -Win. F. B»tt are the grandparents and Mrs Bcrlha Ball is a great-grandmother. , 'Mr and Mrs Sumner Parsons with Mr and Mrs Russell Parsons visited last week with the John Oliverias at San Antonio, Texas. Mrs Oliveria is the form- .er Mary Lu Parsons, and her sister Barbara, who has been with them since May, returned with her parents. The annual flower show held in Titohka Aug. 6 was sponsored by the Federated Woman's Club there."" Attending from the Burt club were the following: Thecla Christensen, Ruth Clapsaddlej Lillian Frederickson, Genevieve Graham, Beth Miller, Beniba Mitchell, Elsie Lockwood and Rowena Ryerspn. The Happy Birthday group went to Lottie Isenberger's home Friday afternoon honoring her on her birthday. The visitors took ice cream and cake and the hon- bree was 'given a gift. Attending .were Irma Doege, Ella Sigsbee, Mayme Schrader and Cora Stow Mr and Mrs David D. Miller and John W. Rash attended funeral services at Lotts Creek Lutheran church for Eleanor Meyer, daughter of the Albert Meyers. Roger Steward, who is working in Rock Rapids, spent the weekend with the Walter Stewards, 4 To 8 IBS. CORDIALLY INVITES YOU TO VISIT THEIR ALLIS - CHALMERS • MASSEY-FERGUSON NEW IDEA OLIVER GEHL CMC TRUCKS FIRESTONE TIRES ICE WATER PEERLESS ROLLER MILLS BUTLER CORN CRIBS & BINS FREE REGISTRATION D(?n/t Pfil *o R9^Ut9r with M5 f«r Prii«$< And Ypu're welcome to. rest in our QUEST TENT! SMALL /SIZE — TO ROAST or F||V GRADE A BELTS + 4 « Ib. CUDAHY'S PURITAN Braunschweiger Lb. 39c Good, For Hot Weather Snacks SWIFT'S OLD MILL PURE PORK 3 - 1 Lb; Rolls SAUSAGE 1.00 FOUR FISHERMEN ~ COOKED Fish Sticks 4 p te s $1 BACON ENDS •! ' *-• S. ' v i. . . 5 Lb. Box Or Bacon and tomato Sandwiches BLUE BONNET 3 Lbs. BAGO SWEET RASHER - SLICED lib. Pkg. EEF QUARTERS: We have sold a IpJ of these rtice young corn fed beef quarters on satisfaction guaranteed or your money funded. We have received compliments on all we sold. Just arrived another load of these fine beef quarters guaranteed to you or your money refunded. Cut, wrapped and marked at no extra charge. Pick yours out today. Lowest prices in Northern •7 ,<.. ,-/i^ ; . ' ' i'r.i4i,i!l> BUDGET BOOSTERS! Tins ROBIN HOOD LOUR 25 Lb. Bag TOILET. Rolls VAN CAMP Cans Lbs. HORMEL'S 2 "• 89c RED DOT— TWIN PAK POTATO CHIPS MAXWELL HOUSE INSTANT 6 Oz. Jar SANI- FLUSH 19c GOOD 5-SEW « Ea. 98c LESTOIL. 37c LEWIS LYE 2 Cans 35c 14 Oz. Can BAB-0 ........ 12c DIAL 2 Bath Size SOAP 37c 2 BOXES FAB CAMAY SOAP 2 Bath Size .. 25c Frozen Foods •.'V '" '' • '•' • '.' ' . '- ': NORTH STATE STRAWBERRIES for FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE JUICE $1.00 Produce Dept. NO. 1 RED POTATOES Lbs. RED PLUMS or PEACHES Canning Meeds SURE JEL '.,..... 12c| PEN JEL...... ...12c BALL FLATS....... . .. 12c KERR FLATS:" .120 BULK VINEGAR Gol....'49c Bring Your Own Jug WE GIVE mi S. & H. GREEN STAMPS LOW PRICES EVERYDAY ! 'M^. 1

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