The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1959 · Page 8
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(la.) Upper De$ Mo!n« fhurtday, August !3, 1959 Mrs Hugh Carroll has been visited by her granddaughter Mrs Russell Krominga. Mrs Joe Besienlehner had Mrs Mary Oesterricher, Titonka, as caller Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Allen Bullock and Mr and Mrs Ray Alderson fished at Fox Lake, Minn.. Sunday. Mr and Mrs Glenn Chally, Jodie and Rex spent the weekend at Stratford with the parents Mr and Mrs 1. L. Chally. Mr and Mrs D. K. Chiquel have returned from a two week vacation with friends and relatives in Chicago and Michigan. Kathy Finley, 9, who suffered a broken hip in a bjcycle accident at the swimming pool last June, had the cast removed Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Mark Stanton and son, James, and Mrs Anna Weir returned from a 10-day fishing trip to International Falls, Minn, and Canada Monday. Mr and Mrs Floyd Hutzell and sons Mark and Steven of Webster City spent the weekend with the respective parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell and Mr and Mrs Perry Collins. Mr and Mrs Dean Olson and family and Mr and Mrs M. W. Lindhorst and family of Iowa City came Saturday to visit Mr and Mrs Albert Olson, parents of Dean and Mrs Lindhorst. An Olson lamiiy reunion was held Sunday at Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Don Christensen had Helen Stephen as caller Monday. Mrs Stephen is a former resident here now living at Freemont, Neb. She is visiting her mother Mrs Emma Dreyer with whom the daughter Charlotte has been spending the summer. Mr and Mrs Harold Miller and and daughter, Shirley are leaving Sunday for Oklahoma City to visit the son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs Gerald P. Lucas and to meet the new twin grandsons. The Millers will also take a trip tbw'iert thp sputhern states. Mr and Mrs L. J. Cassel are b< rtu rhis week by their niece Nonie Neary, daughter of iw. anu Mrs Charles Neary, of Armstrong. The Cassels' daughter Michele is spending the week at the Nearys. Mr and Mrs Cassel spent last week vacationing at the Okobojis. Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley, Do.ores Mawdsley and Mrs Mar- Un Becker attended services in the Presbyterian church at Burt Sunday. The sermon was preached by Rev. Thomas Johns, of ' Madison, Ind. \ His wife is the former Barbara McWhorter, daughter of.Ray McWhorter. Anna Kellershon has moved into me Mrs Beulah Richardson apartment on South Minnesota street. Mr and Mrs Ari Burris have the latter's mother and husband Mr and Mrs Scott Vollmer, Lamont, Okla., as guests. Mr and Mrs Perry Byam re* turned from a vacation spent at their farm near Austin, Minn. Mrs Byam was in the hospital at Rochester, Minn., a week for treatment. Mr and Mrs Dennis Orion look *H«ir little son Paul to Mason City Monday where the child will be ielt a few days. Mrs Orton is staying in Mason City with her brother-in-law, and sister Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy. Paul is hospitalized at Mercy. ^/KOOLS Forage Blowers have FEATURES Mr an«l MM JfteteH have been visited by the latter's sister Mrs Charles Jensen and daughters Andrea and Christine. Mr and Mn Jam** Afftnd art being visited this .week by their niece Vicki De France, daughter of Mr and Mrs Forrest De France, Marshalltown. Mrs Everett BaJdus, Diane and Larry have returned from Austin, Minn., where they Visited Mrs Baldus 1 mother and husband, Mr and Mrs Earl Subra. Ila Bilsborough had 88 callers Saturday, her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards, Lone Rock. The Richards had recently returned from Rochester, Minn., where Mr Richards had a check-im at the Mayo clinic. Mrs Theo ChrischlllM wS* dismissed Monday from St. Ann hospital where she had been taken^ for treatment of bruises fetif- iered in a fall at her hom6 & few weeks ago. Mr and Mrs Glenn BurtU, Sharon and Ronnie have returned from a vacation spent at-DenVer Colo, with the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Verle Burtis. - . Mr and Mrs Wilbur Bruriet had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Hfirry Bruner, Oilmore City. Mrs May• Bruner, Plover, .and Mary Katheririe Bruner, Des Moincs. They were joined by Mrs Margaret Reid, mother of Mrs Wilbur Bruner. John L. Black «rftd hM be*A {ft service in Hawaii has been dismissed and he aftd his family will now live iri Fort Dodge. 15uf- ing his time in sewce his family ha* beeh at the parental Lyle Black's. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Schneider and sons returned Tuesday fttfm Litchfield, Mifth., where they vis* ited for a week with the former's mother, Mrs Annie Schneider aftd in Montevideo, Minn, with Mr and Mrs H. /^. Luedtke. Mr and Mrs Willis Colweil, Barbara, Jim and Jerry are leaving Sunday for Leech Lake, Minn., and will vacation there a week. They have beeh visited by Mrs Colwell's brother-in^-law and •sister Mr and Mrs C. R. Kramer, Roberta and Ddrothy, of , Tex. Mrs Otis Day, mother of Mrs Colwell, s spent Stwtday here. Good Crowd At Bowling Open House, Titonka Tiienka ~* Walker McO owner of the new Titonka Lanes, held open house Saturday aftd Sunday with over 1,000 in attendance and registration, for prizes given'away. Mrs Eunice Mechler won the bowling ball, Bill Mayland, bowling shoes anH Mrs August Brandt, bowling bag. Eight business firms represented themselves and exptess^ best wishes by giving bouquets of flowefs ft* the grand opening. Mrs Win. feoykfefi returned Friday evening frofn her' cottage at Lake Ada in northern Min^. nesola after & five week stay. Mr and Mrs Wm, Boyken of Afties, who spent the past two weeks there visiting, also returned home wlto her. Marlys Stecker was a weekend visitor at the- home of her parents, Mu and Mrs Henry Stecker. Mr ftrtd Mrs Carroll "V*an Move left Sunday for a week's trip to Colorado. Mr Mrs fildon , days trip W ite Blifefe. Hills. fannie Patrfikule tt Masori City was a Sundaf visitor at the of Mr and Mrs Teftm and her mother; Mrs B. 1 Mr a»d Mrs Harold Tall and family of Ames were visitors thei past week at the home of Mr and Mrs Harvey Graham and other Titdnka relatives. Mrs Anna Swyter accompanied Mr and Mrs Harold Hfeech and family and Mrs Nick Heesch td Des Moines Sunday where they .visited the Reinder DJrksefl and the Gene" Helton families. 3. 4. Tii* "Jacobitn" Flywheel fan D»ilgn«d for Wilted Hay. •No Wedge" Shred Knlvw 1 Handle long cut fotag* el all typtt, PTO Direct Drive ' 1 No Power Lou through Beb . ,»r Gear Box.' • .-. •....., Three Whealed Mounting No Set Up Time Required. S AdJuttable Blower Pipe •No Blower Pipe Elbow*. An Excniitve, Unbeatable Combination that Provide* TWO HARVESTER CAPA& ITY wiik Minimum labor, I BuscHer Bros. Implement 1015 No. Main Algona ^ nr'ig^rf T^ i§ ^f^ Chrischill FREE petite flight bag with your 'J flight-Light ensemblsl. 7 oz. Flight-Lights . & controls set at light ...shape you right!' ACCLAIM BRA Fine white cotton with two-way stretch elastic framing the cup for individual fit . . . cool, ventilated comfort! White,. 32-36 A; ,_. 32-38 B, C. 2 59 Circle stitched cup, ANSWERS-DEB PANTIE Light nylon power nel with inner V shaped panels give you 'size- trimming control, Satin elastic'back panel, 'White, P, S, M, L, Matching girdle, } J95 fa •»?-*.>JT> HERB-FRIED CHICKEN AND GRAVY Vi cup flour 2 feasp, puprika 2 teasp. salt Yt teasp. pepper 1 teasp, ground thyme 1 teasp. ground marjoram 1 cut-up frying chicken (21/2 to 3 ibs.) % cup hot shortening !/3 cup water l 2 /s cups PET Evaporated Milk (1 tall can) M'lx flour, paprika, salt, pepper, thyme and marjoram in shallow dish or on waxed paper. Set aside ] A cup mixture for'gravy. Roll chicken pieces in rest of mixture. In 10-in. skillet brown chicken in hot shortening. Cover and cook over low heat 25 m!n./ or until drumstick is tender when pierced with fork. To crisp chicken, remove cover and cook 5 min. more. Put chicken on warm platter. Take skillet off heat. There should be about '/t cup drippings. S'.'.r the ] A cup set-aside flour mixture into drippings until smooth. S.!r in water until smoolh. Cook and stir until mixture boils,and is thick. Stir in PET Milk gradually. Heat just until steaming hot, but do not boil. Serve with chicken. Makes 4 to 6 servings. 100% ALL BEEF Ground BEEF RATHS CHOPPED HAM" DECKERS PURE SLICED or PIECE SLAB BACON...Lb.49c Golden Shortening STA-PUF CLOTHES - SOFTENER HALF GAL. TO 2 LB. AVERAGE StA-FLO LIQUID - STARCH HALF IGAL. COOKIES FIRESIDE - 5 VARIETIES BIG PKGS. RAISINS THOMPSON SEEDLESS POUND BAG Pound Can FLOUR GOLD MEDAL LB. BAG 43c CHICKEN OF THE SEA TUNA 2 •• PEACOCK LUNCH 12OZ. CANS EAT 39c PET - RITZ FROZEN PIES Apple — Cherry — Peach EACH ALL - SWEET MARGARINE Pounds MA BROWN OL' FASHION PICKLES PINT JARS LIBBY'S TOMATO JUICE 46 OZ. CAN 7 OZ. JAR CjlANT BOX SHRIMP AHOY BRAND BREADED SHRIMP *e f • 10QZ. PKG. V • t Fareway's Policy To offar for sale nationally known and popular local brands of high quality merchandise at tha lowest price. Should any item of like quality be offered elsewhere in town the lowest price automatically becomes our-price. SHOP WHERJE YOU GET ALL THE LOW PRICES IN TOWN FRIGIDETTE FROZEN FRENCH FRIES OZ. PKGS. SUNKIST LEMONS LARGE SIZE ID For 29c PRICES <3 O OD ONE WEEK AUGUST 13TO 20 WE RESERVE THE RIGH T TO LIMIT Q UA N T I T I.E S MED, SIZE SNOBOY ORANGES «- *

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