The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1959 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 24, 1959
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I Max Ulfieh, Pat the, weekeftd-at Mr and flhd Mike, ajjcui, uie% weei Minneapolis • with- friends. Mrs Jennie Liiken spent 'fit Wesley with Ihe da'Othter. Mrs Viola" Stude'r. Mr and Mrs James Walker had as- caller , Sunday theif grand* daughter JUdy Benin, Fairmont, Minn.' Mr ahd Mrs J. F. Milder are going to attend a convention to be held Friday at the New Inn, Okoboji, Mrs William Hannover, St., entered the Good Samaritan Home Tuesday morning. Her home is at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs C. G. Vehteicher were guests-Sunday of the, former's mother Mrs Bertha Venteicher at Buffalo Center, ' Mr and .Mrs Dallas Klein' and Rickie ah'd Mrs Gordon Kuhn spent -Sunday at Des Moines with Mr arid Mrs Bob Kuhn, Mr' and Mrs J., P. Smith had the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs John Rohlk, Storm Lake,, as guests Sunday^ Arlene Warmbier, R, N., Veterans hospital, Des Moines, has been home for,, a. few days with her mother Mrs Henry Warmbier. Mr and Mrs M. L. Vander Waal were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs A. L. Landhuis, 'Sheldon, and Mr and Mrs A. J, Renaud, Hampton. Mtk Mr and Mrs* William Runchey, Mrs Alice Clayton and Ida Peterson were guests Sunday of Mr and Mr.s W. C. Dewel at their Clear Lake cottage. Mr^arid Mrs Merle Webster plan to spend the weekend at Des Moines with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Richard Webster. Mr and Mrs Bert Cronan have had as guests the latter's niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Frank Holser, and their son-in-law and daughter "Mr and Mrs Ralph J3ut- zutsingerj Indianapolis, Ind. Mr and Mrs John Helmers had ' their ' sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and , Mrs Virgil ' Wilschusen and children, -Fort -Dodge, and Mr and Mrs"' Robert Carlson and children as dinner guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jim Wajker and the 'former's mother, Mrs James. Walker,' spent ".Saturday 'evening at LuVerne" with 'the senior Mrs Walker's brother-in-law and sister, Mr arid Mrs Ralph Stoll. Sunday the Jinr. Walkers were guests of the Clatter's mother' Mrs Rose Kraft- at Lone Rock. ' arold Oldenk Mr and Mrs'frank Vera spent Sunday at Titoiika With Mrs Vera's brothers ahd sisters- in- 1 law, Mr ahd Mrs Lester Hagten and Mr arid Mrs Wayne Hagen. Joyce Hayd&n had as weekend guest, Mrs , Florence Mayden, Ware, and Dr. and Mrs M. D. Hayden of Marcus were supper guests Sunday. On Tuesday Mr and Mrs Weldon Bolie of Ruthven were supper guests. Mr and Mrs Maurice Thompson, Mr and Mrs Gail Haase and Mrs Osta Thompson attended funeral services September 16 at Eagle Grove for Leonard Larson, 64, brother of Mrs Osta Thompson, who died September 13 at Madison, Wis. .Brownie Troop 24 and their leaders Mrs , Allen Wagner and Mrs Alfred Scherer gave a pot- lUck supped Tuesday at Mrs Wagner's, a farewell .courtesy for Mary Joe Barnett, who' is moving with her parents Mr and Mrs Joe Barnett'to Spokane, Wash. Mothers of the girls were guests. Mr and Mrs Ben Wibben will entertain at dinner Sunday in honor of the first birthday Oci, 5 of their daughter Joy Linn. Guests will be Mrs Wibben's parents Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredson, Mr and Mrs Ed Godfredson, of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfredson and Mr. and Mrs Mervin Johnson and "sons, of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Perry Lawman had their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs William Burney, Des Moines, as weekend 'guests. Mrs Burney, 'Shirley, R.N. is continuing in her profession at Broad- lawns hospital. Mr and Mrs Lowman will have as guests this week Saturday and Sunday another daughter Marilyn who teaches physical culture-at Sudlow junior high at Davenport. The daughter, Judy Lowman, who ttf ' Ames was * also £ ffw«s ftev, ahd Mrs Harold tain, jMrS Leo Tollfcb&t tteiic torn* uttt .CMitt ami Mts Ivatr fvenaen a sUhday/schsol leather^ I tUte at B»t W, Ofet Luithfetst chtttfch *at Ft. Dodge Sunday afternoon and evening, David llvenson, son of Mr and Mrs Ivati Evensoft 'enlisted for four years \tt the* air force and is now" stationed - at Lackland air force base at San Antonio, Tex. , Dr. and Mrs 1 Ernest Lorene of Rochester, \Minh. returned from their (business trip' Sunday. They have now returned to their home after a short visit with her mother; Mrs W. E. Hundertmark. ' Mrs Albert ffc<weftJW||0 aunt, Mfs Jtefttiie Mr did .Mr*; . »tfh«4U-. at. WltnttiioA «**¥ ., JWW eveftini supper guest at < the Merle Holt hom«, ,;,... Sunday " guests at the Laurel Worstet-'home wfere Mr artd Mrs E, A. Holland ^61 CohweU. ] Saturday evening guests at thq Martin Meyfct notne were Mr'and 5 Mrs Lester Walter and-daughter and Rev. Edwin 1 Peter of Sylvan Grove, Kansas, Mrs Anna Meyer arid Elsie of Fenton, Mr atid Mr* ar Meyer .and softs of Algona. and; Mrs *>aul M&rfeJ* ftnfl, daughters and Mr and Mi% Victor Mfyer {fad family. Dwuyne Haug celebrated his 11th birlhduy Thursday. Guests' who came to help him celebrate Friday evening were Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth and family and Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth. Mr nnd Mrs Nathan McGuIro ot sierra Vista, Ariz, avc parents of a 7 )b. 13 OB. daughter, Barbara Susan, born Sept, B. Mrs McGuiro is thfe \former .Jantec Worster. Mr and Mrs Laurel Worst or are the grandparents. Mr and Mrs Nenl Wnrren of Des iMoines" spent tho weekend nt the D. B. Mayer home. LEDYARD NEWS Mrs Lena Warner went to Wesley Friday to spend the weekend al tho home of her sister and her husband, the Clarence Acker-, sons, Another sister nnd her husband, the Ed Kerrs of Arms', Kan. ore visiting there, also. The MHhodtst circles will meet this >weok Thursday with the Esther circle meeting in tha Afternoon at the home of Mrs Edwnrd Looft and the Mary Circle meeting in the evening at tha home of Mrs Fred Button. Mr and Mrs Hnrold Darnell went to Omaha Friday after their daughter Knren who is nt Thunday, Sopt, 44, 195$ * . , ,_ ., . . tending an air lines school there, MauHee Kramerstneifer left oft Saturday for nix month's trailing in the Aftrnj? -Reserve at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo, •Melvin Wentworth, who is in the air force and who has been Jn school at AmaHlfo, Texas, came home Tuesday to spend a two week furlough. Ort Sunday a family gathering was held at the Hnrold WentwoHh home in his honor with Mr and Mrs Donald Wentworth and family of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs John Wentwortli and family of Blue Enrth, Mr and Mrs Delbent Went worth and children of Ledyard, Kahler hospital home this weefcj._—.. tf a. du^k^it ^ItJM'Sw f^¥ snt ana imTS v' - boro, bWdre 'gaHms-A Kateti Sehroeder t Ufa -L ._.. at WeUsburg, wSs Itttftift'fsf- weekehd with he* ?MPI£» Martha Schroedef < at Bonnie f retx Sftd row of St. visitors at the home Mrs Glen Burrow. Mr and Mrs Elvirt Swea City, Mf —. —— —_, Wentworth and Mr dftd-Mtat Mfef»' vin Wentworth •, * 'i~ works on the campus at Ames and her fiance,- William Oliver, Eagle GroVe, will, also 'be here. Mr and Mrs C. M. Whilehill have "as guests 'a few days a cousin Mrs Lou Washer, nee Alice Curran, Cheyenne; WyoV, and her d'aughter, Mrs Elston Spatz. Mrs Washer will be well remembered here. Mr ahd Mrs Whitehill and heir sons-in-law and daughters, Mi-' and ;Mrs Harold 1 Angus and Mr "and Mrs Gerald Angus drove o Readlyn Sunday to visit their s and 'daughter-in-law, Mr and • Verne, Minn., and Mrs Henry Van Tbl, Doon, la. visited Friday at the home of - Mrs Melvin Sif ert. Today Mrs Sifert and Mrs Jerry Haas are at Bancroft attending a coffee at the home of Mrs Sif eft's sister, .Mrs Al Lensing in honor of Mrs ;Vern Lensing, Milwaukee.. ; : Mr and Mrs • Chris Wallukaii had their granddaughter Julie as guest a few days last week while her mother -Mrs Duane Wallu- kait and sister Jane were at Sioux Falls,, S.D. with Duane who was there 1 on: business. Duane has been manager of a" store at Humboldt' the' past several years and is being transferred to Omaha Neb. Mrs Henry Braun has had as guests her daughter Mrs Jay Fettingeiy Pontiac, Mich., Mr anc Mrs Ray Braun, Mr and Mrs Robert Braun and Mr and Mrs Elmer Helmers, Mason City. The daughter Agnes Braun, of Spen cer has had surgery at Rochester Minn, and Mrs Fettinger came here to be with her. The patien lb malting good recovery. Mrs Claude Whitehill and gave ;hem a house-warming. Claude is principal^ of the- schools at Read«OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher Mrs Erling Malmin accompanied .;her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Homer Betz of Des Moines to Chicago Wednesday. They visited Rev. and Mrs Steege until Friday. They met Erling Malmin who returned home from a two "month visit in Stavangar, Norway with his mother, Mrs Olena Malmin,' 83, and four sisters, • • (Mr and Mrs Antone Speich and Edwin were Saturday overnight guests at the Gene Walston home at Gladbrook. Sunday they 'all .went to Cedar Rapids where they visited the Orland Speichs and attended the baptism of their son David Keith at the Lutheran church. Mr and Mrs Gene Walston were sponsors Ruth Speich 6 Large Bottles {'/z Qt.) Ipe Qtt Regular Price With Coupon From Paper FAREWAY HOB SOLID PACK 303 SIZE CANS CANS HEINZ Reg. Can NABISCO PREMIUM Home Grown Plump 3 To 5 Pound Average Ptfuncl HEINZ SOUPS ALL OTHER VARIETIES Reg. Cans HOLSUM SUGARED or PLAIN ONUTS FULLY COOKED - ALL LEAN — IMPORTED —• HOLLAND HAMS 2 Pound $ Can TASTE-O-SEA FILLET PERCH 5 POUNDS $1.59 Dozen THUR. — FRI. — SAT. ONLY FAREWAY FINEST QUALITY USDA CHOKE BEEF TIDE REGULAR SIZE BIG TOO FOOT ROLL HONEY BIG 5 POUND JAR 100% PURE ALWAYS FRESH GROUND BEEF RE-UNION BRAND 303 SIZE CAN of the finest pure milk Complete Line Of Brachs Chocolate^ FLEISCHMANS CORN OIL MARGARINE Pound PIK-NIK SHOESTRING POTATOiS Big Can RENWICK, IOWA PIONEER LONGHORN CHEESE 490 APPLES U,S, NO. 1 JONAtHONS Bushel $^49 *MOr J Pounds LIBBYS FROZEN PEAS USDA CHOICE BEEF SHORT RIBS Lb. 29c DECKERS DELICIOUS Cooked Salami lOOz. Pkg. SPAM 12 OZ, CAN PRiCiS EFFECTIVE SEPTgfVlBER 24 TO OCTOBER 1 WE RiSlRVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ^ ^

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