The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 17, 1959 · Page 4
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.1£.t •V/.#\*«- I fe 0«-) bes Motnw Thursday, Sept. 17, 1959 Mtfi Robert fceilltf began work] as nurse at Good Samaritan home Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Cat Callesen, Sanla , Clara, Cal., were guests Saturday of Mr and Mrs Virgil Rohlf. Mr and Mrs Torn Stewart and son T. J. Stewart, Chicago, have been guests of Mr and Mrs Geo Lee, Joe Bradley Jr. had as guest ..last 'Week John Cleary, a former classmate at St. Thomas school, ,St, Paul. Mr and Mrs Murl Potter and the l&Her's father Tom Reid * spent Sunday al their cottage * at the Okabojis, \ Mr and Mrs Howard Stillman 'spen^ the weekend at Des Moines ^with^Mr.end Mrs Tom Sawder. »?forther residents -bete. ? ;•• * Mrt ML, P. Haggard and daugh- Mer-Barbara are (being visited by "•the daughter and sister, Mrs h'Forrcat 'Twogood, Los Angeles. »; Mr and Mrs Ben Potter had the 'Jformer's brother-in-law and sis*,ter, Mr and Mrs Ray Miner, ^'Dakota City, as guests Sunday. »/ Mrs R. M. Wallace and her *sister, Marie Grovcr are being *1visited by their Brother, Ray fi.Grovet, West Covina, Calif, ]He *'plaiis to be here two or *< Mr and Mrs Dick Strayer are - coming (Thursday) from Dodge • City, Kan., to attend the wedding ^Saturday of the former's broth* er, Glenn (Butch) and Nancy i-Ditsworth. Mr and Mrs Virgil Rohlf and tBrian'were guests Sunday of the * former's parents, Mr and 'Mrs Jl I A. Rohlf at Swea City. Others • 'there'were Mr and Mrs Merton * Rohlf' and John Rohlf, Matoon. •111. - - : --': : •': II Mr and Mrs Adrian Sterling ! : and their daughter, Mrs* Helen • Passmdre' '<h-6ve to' Fort r Dbdge ^ Sunday to see Mrs 'Sterling's I brother-in-law, Oarl 'Fielder, t Webster City, who is.dn Lutheran 1 hospital. ", " > * ' ./ Mrs .Tom Lundell is assistant Ito Mrs Charles iBeringer as »secretary at the 1 Bertha Godfrey 1 ' and <Bryant * Schools.?»The ,'Lun-i ,'dells recently moved here from <A.nkeny., Mrs -Lundell is <the * former Genevieve Sterling. ['*? «„{ Mr and' Mrs -Kirk Hayes are ' parents' of a son born Sept. 11 in •a military hospital at Tokyo, ; Japan. * Mr Hayes is in service. •The infant has'-been named John 'Bourne. The mother is the form- *er Julia Bourne and -the grandparents are Or. and Mrs M. G, Bourne and Mr and Mrs John Hayes. ' > , •* v .-.;.. Mrs Joe Bradley and her moih- 'er, Mrs William Vonderhaar. '•Humboldt, drove to La CroSse.. ^W* 5 -' v t° attend the funeral. services Monday for 'Sister Mary 'Paulette, aunt of Mrs 'Bradley. ,Sister Mary Paulette w-as of the ,'Francescan order and had been a profesee fifty-two , years. She jhad been in failing health forsev- ' eral 'm'oYiths. ', •' * " '''"' ; - 1 ••*'•• j Mr and Mrs Bernard Capesius ^returned Recently- from a two ^veek trip to SalfeLake City where they visited 4heir" daughter and family, Mr and'Mrs Dean Hoffman, and also became acquainted iwith a new grandson, Bvuce. An;other daughter, Jean, who is a reservationist for American Air,line^ at Dallas, Tex., arrived ^Wednesday for a few days. Mr arid Mrs Jerry Heitland are moving to Clear Lake October 1. Mr and Mrs Charles Williamson spent the weekend at Minneapolis on business, Mrs Jean Wadsworlh left Wednesday for Clildersburg, Ala,, to make an extended visit with her brother, Arch Bushnell. Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips spent Sunday at Clear -Lake w,Hh Mrs Phillips' niece and husband Mr^ and Mrs Martin Smith, Mr and Mrs William Weiner had as guests Sunday the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Earl Anderson, Fort Dodge. Mrs Joe Bradley took her Joe Jr., to Minneapolis Tuesday where he took a plane for Wooster,'Mass, where he is enrolled in college. « Joanne Hutchison left last week for Tucson, Ariz., after a visit' of several weeks with her parehts, Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison. Mrs Kate Annis and Beth were visited over the weekend by Fred Freese, aerial engineer at the White Sands Proving Grounds, New Mexico.- ; Mr and. Mrs Merle Webster joined Mr and Mrs W, B. Rae at Mason City and all went' to Si- gourriey to spend Sunday-with Dr. and Mrs Lewis Buhr. Mr and Mrs W. C. Taylor have returned fi'om a visit of a week at Billings, Mont., with Mr Taylor's .brother-in-law ,and sister, Mr and Mrs Ben Blue. •••* M* and Mrs C; Bi, Murtagh were vdsited over the< weekend' by Mrs Murtagh's ibrotheY and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ralph W. Cratty, % Cloud, Mian, y ; Mr and Mrsl Harold Kufcheri- 'reuther have been visited by" the , la ttet'sv" father , ,Winnie :Bilsbor- Wughi 'Esiheryiife; • He-also" spent some time with Mr and Mrs Ben Potter. Mr and Mrs George Lee, spent Sunday^ 'atl Aurelia iwitli"! Mrs Jennie Hed)ey ;and her son^inV law and daughter, 'Mr and.Mrs-.-Ed Morris with whom she -makes her^honlfl. ' > '* • > • < ' ' ; - . s ' •• \. Mr and Mrs Cleve Barton had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Herman Fassler, -Cleghorn," Anna- and Julia r Fassler, Cherok'ee, friends iWhoiti they vhave .ki)pwn ma^y^f^iu '-Q|l.ier Quests Mondays were Syirs Barton's ? 'brotner- in-llw r a"rid : 'sister,; Mri ; arid Mrs J, R. Cook, Webb. \ Mr and Mrs H. W. Stebritz had word Sunday from their son-in- law, Dick; Wilhelmi, that he and his wife Mary, 7 nee StebritzV'had j become parents of a son whom they haVe named Joseph, William. Mr arid Mrs Wilhelmi live in Rock F;alls, 111.; and Dick,'is'associated with his father in the motel 'business. , T Mrs Katherine Mahoney has returned from^'a^ten day visit at Minneapolis with her son-in- law and daughters,, Mr.and Mrs Lawrence Wier, Mr- and* Mrs'Don, Lud\yig and families and her.son arid daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs James Mahoney. Most of the time was-spent with the Lawrence Wiers to whom a ; daughter Jean 'MaVie was 'born Aug. 27.i Other children in the family are a son Pat and daughter -I^athy. Mrs Mahoney expects her son ;Russell from Chicago, 111., Monday for a visit of a week. Mr and Mrs O. B. Harm« have purchased the Lyle Mathes home al -815 south Harriet street. Mr and Mrs Mathes are moving lo Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Lsrry Knoll drove io Davfnport Sunday taking their daughter, Mary Kay, who is en- rolh'd at the St. Ambrose college school of nursing. A few friends of Mrs Lyle Mathes met at Mrs 'Fred deigel's Monday for a pot-luck luncheon, a farewell courtesy. The Mashes are moving to Sioux Cily.- Charles Lawson and children Lee, Coleen and Eileen and Wav& Woodward spent Sunday a*t Mason City with the children's grandmother and Miss Wood- ward's mother, Mrs rf. H. ward. Larry Hudwft Jfeftft Saturday from Fort ftwld^* Ala., on a briel furlou|ft .Whijt^'was spent with his'barenfi Mr and (Mrs Oran Hudson. -Hi "ftjt Sunday afternoon via plane /of -Fort (Dix, N. J. and from there will go lo Germany. » , Mr« R. M. Thorelon ftfld daughter Becky are here let 6 month's visit with (Mr* elits; Mf and lagh', While >Mf ine lieutenant^ is a rier Prirlegkttf; o 'Hawaii. Me.ifi'a heH Mr and Mf* Jody, Jantee' I a »ar, Marthe car*-to ef pilot. 83J«>gren ( t West Covina, Cal, ihav^ cbndiided art eight day vteit with Dean'* tt- ther, brothers and 6isteMft-l#$> ( Gus Sjogr«tt| Bfck Sjogfen and Mr and JMte»*iDen Sio^ren Ifld family. They fefc^ saw his a\»t^ Mrs Freda Christettsefl. , i Mr and Mr« W. C. McDougidl will have as. weekend guests wie latter's cousin end his wife, Mr and Mrs^O. F, Sfedinaft, Minn polis. a'unt, ... _ FriemWll^. Itavfefi, , Mr add Mfs ! Jay tfuttbesinj; They will ated visit' tf>& iMrs Fred Tubbeslfig at and at Ma«oh C ty .. .„ . Mrs WllHatn Clusiin and hit father; AAirt| t *irtttief, who makes his Motne |vi|h^' fter, had ak guests Sunday, Mr *nd Mrs iFred f inwrief, lovra frails, Mrs sofWn-law «nd datighter, Mf Mrs Harvey Isebrand aM dte'ft ftey J»m, Titonka» and the Sister »«4' brdther-in-ljiw* tfr alid M , Don Prieskorn and son Miki recently went to GtiWehbert to Mf arid Mrs W. £. McOtfew, residents here. With Mf M<H3r*w they went to Milwiittke,e toe sotrie league gftftted. Mf% .Prieskortt «weht to Pert Dodge to visit her, patents, Mt alid Mf8 J* S. Koll. and ,wa§ jbitiect th«e by ner btothef»m-iaw iftd .sktei 1 , aftd Mrs, Mike ^Salicki, "" By Mri, Pirn visit theif son Elmer ' tuesdaf .jfs^wfll in 'Gran* . Mrs Dehnert 'wffl 'visit ^ih Derive? With her 'daughtersTJoiiS and Ebna s the John Peters and Jerry Hargrove fainilies) ; LMf and Mrs Howard krause 'and' boys were guests Sunday in bod fienkteu fMily They went to attejd the of Diihe, Louisas DeHklau in the fort Oodge, Lutheran churcfi. Mrs Kratise Was a sponsor. Visitofs*^unday in the C. 6. Mr a Uity V «T Mf fort Mrs lliams of . in thfe , Monday ,tHt bMfjday &f Mrs ftushef. ,Mf'-an<i'Ws'phil C. Lichty,'Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty, Gra€e Lichty and their guests, theiV brother, Mf afid Mrs Don G. Lichty of Chicago were guests ana uuys weic gucaw> «unv«aj *« —•—•--- -- nlt - /-<•.„ the home of her brother Bernard Sunday at Mason City 25 Ib. $ B ag With Coupon On Page 1 Section 3,This Paper NESTLE'S QUIK CHOICE BEEF POTAT CHIPS Best Blade ROASTS PRESERVES Morning Waffles or Pancakes A Favorite For Flavor 29c n. NEW WILL BE OPEN FOR OPEN BOWLING FRIDAY-SATURDAY- SUNDAY & SUNDAY NIGHT LANES WITH AMF Automa- fi«, Pinspotter? - Underlane Ball Returns, Have Regular Open &' f rfday Nights N. Main St. Pound ,Bpx HERE'S REAL MONEY SAVERS FOR Y6' •"«.-'• '' Mrs Grimes Red Beans. •_ 10c : ,'',* ' » v ' ' * • • ' " • " ' v ' " ' '' " Roycmy Pineapple ! ; Mrs Grimes Chili Beans J___llJjJ.lldc f Kobey's French Fries ,_l IQc •\l i. ( i ••.'*"' i^-'*. 1 * j *>i". •» -~ •- ,_• Musselman Apple Sauce lOc Trailer Brand Peas __^1_^ J_ilLJI Allison Spaghetti ,10c ROSE-DALE PEAS Size 303 Cans* BISCUIT MIX Royal Gelatine All Flavors; .^ Pkgs. NOW IS THE SEASON FOR SEA FOODS GOOCH'S PANCAKE MIX Pound Bag STALEY 7 S WAFFLE SYRUP DRESSED WHITING Pound Jug LB. 19c FILLET OF HADDOCK Lb. 49e 5 IBS, $2.19 HALIBUT STEAKS Center Cuts End Cuts 29c Folger s Coffee 2 '':.'.• "" t ^BM^^ ' ' « „, M »^pr»p»~»-' ' ..—*-.-, ^ • BROWN Or POWDERED Lb .Boxes 251 BOYSENBERRIES Or BLACK BERRIES IN HEAVY SYRUP Size 303 Cans KRAFTS "JET PUFF" MARSHMALLOWS BIO BAG BURCH COOKIES \ JIF PEANUT SPREAD BIG OZ, JAR NEW CROP LOUISIANNA YAMS PRICI5 Wi RISER VI THi RIGHT TO EFFECTIVE ONE WEEK fcf P T i UMIT B S R 17 QUANTITIES TO.-.SEPTEMBER Fareway's Policy § To pHer for spje ntUonaUy knpwn and popular local -uiSffi ?nv h 'ffi m ^H*-l »«fej««fiw »tw!$X8jS8i X"*»h9«W 8»Y mm Of.lik^ qusJHy be offered elsewheje in SHOP WWIRE YOU ©IT TH6 IOW PRICES IN TOWN

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