The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1959 · Page 3
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Mary Siaudt Engaged Girl Scouis Meet The Girl Scout Troop 23 met DcL 19 at the Episcopal church. The meeting opened with the [lag ceremony, by Sandra Hagg, Judy Richey and Linda Sands. Invitations were written for the Juliette Lowe Tea to be held Oct. 26. The nut cups were finished fon, Woodward Institution. A lively game was played to acquaint the girls with the more common birds. i Has Dinner Guests Mrs Gertrude Faulstich entertained at dinner Sufiday .evening and had as guests Mr and Mrs \vaiter Klbert, Mr and Mrs James Baker, Mr and Mrs Eugene Faulstich, Mr and Mrs'Lewis Fraser, Mr and Mrs Art Leek and the respective families. To Wed Algonan Mrs Long Honored j Mrs Minnie Long \vho has been here from Sodi, Calif., has been entertained by many friends among whom were Mrs Hazel Lusby who gave n dinner and hod as other guest'! Mr nnd Mrs A., L. Long, Davenport, and Mrs Alice Cowan. Mr and Mrs August Single entertained at dinner^other guests ing Mr and Mrs Orvillc Duncan and Greg, Mr and Mrs Milton Norton. A coffee was given Friday by Mrs Milton Norton, Mrs August Slagle and Mrs Burton Thorpe. Supl. and Mrs O. B. Laing entertained Mrs-Long nnd Mrs Cowan at dinner one evening. Mrs Marie Murtagh gave a luncheon and had as other guests? Mrs Cowan, Ella Thompson and Mrs Penrl Potter. Mrs Long entertained at dinner at Mr nit« Mrs Milton Nortons and at Mf and Mrs Bin-ton Thorpes Friday and Thursday evening, respectively. Mrs Leonard Mnlueg gave,a breakfast Tuesday morning. Wed 40 Years Mr nnd Mrs L. It. Wehrspnnn observed their 40th wedding anniversary Oct. 8 with a dinner for relatives nt the Plantation Ball* room nt Whittomore. Cards were played with prizes going-.to Mr-s Rol'and Ostwnld. Mrs Knlph Walk- on Jr., Tim Klein and Roland Ostwnld. Out of town guests included Mr end Mr* Herman Wehr- spann. Mrs Emma Strueckor nnd Janice, Fort Dodge; Mrs Eugenia Lnngorittnn, Duhuciue; Mr nnd Mrs Gene F.lhcrt, Fairfax, Minn.; and Mi nnd Mrs Ralph Walker, Laurcns. Ttoop 20 Mceis Girl Si'-oui trciop 20 nnd their mniluTR held a birthday cclobni- tion Tuesday at the homo of lend* er Mrs Rjirl Miller nssistod by ca- lender Mrs Let) Gardner. Present weri- M-IIV Knv Harry nnd Mrs Coleen n,-\ny, fcluinc 'J.Jruch nnd Mrs M 1, Hnirh. Micholc Cnssel nnd Mis 1, J. Cussol, Shiiron GiinlniT and Mrs I.ipo Gardner, Mnitlyn Miller and Mrs Earl Miller. Kllen Snidor nnd Mrs Glen Snider, Hetty Wct/.ul and Mrs R. W. Wolxol Troop mothers f.uin- ished (he refreshments. C. D. of A. The n-Kiilar mpfting of Court St. Corolla C, D. A. of Algona wns held Oct. 8, rit the V. F. W. Hnll, with Grand Hpgfnt Helen Mikes presiding. Plans wn-r mnrlo for (he roeeplion of 20 new members at the Nov. meeting. Lecturer Helen Miller read an nrtiele nnd Stella Ma; 1 Breen won the door pi i/e. After the meeting Ann Fochnor of the Elite Tint Shop, and her models, presented n si vie review of new Fall and Winter hats. IVi/.Ps were nwnrdetl to Helen Mikes, Stella Mae Breen. Hetty Miller and Anna GeislierUei. Refreshments were snved by the committee. Dorothy Woodcock, tienevieve Goeeke, Panletto Bradley, Deloren HilheM, .lane Thursday, Och 22, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper D«« MoIiWrt-4 Mnc, Cnt'hrino Fi.wh, Mabel Lee and Olivf oring were A II ph H Mrs Bftlluff Hostess Mrs George Balluff gnvo. a hm- ' (hetiti a week ;if!<> Tuesday hon- Mrs Ed Wiehlcnckihl. Guests Mrs Balluff's mother, Mrs Mastc'ts, Duliuque, Mrs Ral- rberlK. Mrs Wallace Mc- Arlhur, Mrs Mark McGuire, Jr., Mrs Harry Nolle, Mrs Carroll Potter nnd Elsie willrett. Tho time was '.pent socially. Mother Is Guest Mrs John Ctiseh was visited Monday by her mother Mrs Frank Mescher. ilnneroft, who with Mrs Gisch's daughter, attended the C. D. of A. Mothers arid Daughters banquet that evening at the V. F. W. hall. Goeeke Family Dinner A familv dinner was held Sutt- dny nt Mr and Mrs Leonard Gowko's. Present were Mr and Mrs R'obert Stanton and Natasha, Ames, Lcona Goeeke, Mason City, Mr and Mrs Clarence McDonald, Richard nnd Dennis, Scranton, Mr nnd Mrs Roger Goccke and Helen, Bclmond, Mr and Mrs Vernon Goeeke, Mark, Becky, Jeffrey and Laura, and Alvina Goeeke, Eslhei ville. and Agnes Goeeke, Spencer. Dr. and Mrs C. E. Staudt of Stacyville announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Mary Katherine, shown here, and Leo W. Stattelrnan, son of Mr and Mrs Ed. Stattelrnan of West Bend. A November 28 wedding is planned at Stacyville. Miss Staudt, a graduate of Iowa State University has been the County Extension Home Economist for Kossu^h County, for the past four years. Mr Stattelman, a graduate of Loras College, is at present teaching at Our Lady of Fatima Boys Town in Montgomery, Alabama. (UDM-Engraving). Host Bridge Club Mr and Mrs' H. M. Knecht entertained the members of their card club Sunday evening. High score prizes were won by Jerry , Anderson and Mrs James Egli. \Low score prize winners, were \Duane Logue and Mrs Kenneth Geilenfeld. Mrs Matthew Streit was at Emmetsburg a week ago Wednesday attending a coffee given in honor of her cousin Mrs Roy Ryan, Minneapolis. ' Mr and Mrs Lee Pershin, Mobridge, So. Dak. announce the approaching marriage' of their daughter, . Julia Kae, pictured above, to Darwin Dean Youngwirth, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Youngwirth, Algona. The wedding is planned for Nov, 28 at St. Cecelia's at Algona. (UDM- Engraving.) RICH CHEWY MINCEMEAT BARS MINCEMEAT BARS 1 eup brown *ugar y t cup »hor»onlna V4 cup wafer . -. , '/a cup PET Imlant (In dry form) 1 cup lifted flour 1 letup, baking powder Vi toasp. baking toda !/i toatp. tall 1 loasp. cinnamon 1 leatp. nutmofl 1 cup prepared mlneemoaf % cup quick-cooking rolled oal* Mix brown sugar, shortening, wotor and egg in 3-qt. bowl cither by hand or with clsdrlc mixer until smooth. Add slflod dry ingredients to creamed mixture. Ad,d mincemeat and oats and stir until mixed. Pour batter Into greased 11x7-in. pan. Bake in 350 oven (moderate) about 40 min. Serve warm or cold with Ice cream. FOR TRICKS or TREATS SEE OUR COMPLETE LINE OF BRACKS HALLOWEEN CANDIES AND UP QUICK Or REGULAR BIG SIZE NONE SUCH CONDENSED 9 Ounce Pkg. PET INSTANT 4 Quart Size Pkg. Alwin "Tunnie" Huenhold says: "Our RCA Victor Color TV is just wonderful" ^*lt*s hard to 'describe just Kow modi more wonderful televisioa is ia color. Everything seems to be *afive', and so real, as though it i ' were actually happening in your living room. And, our RCA-Victor Color TV is just as easy to tune as oar old black and white set.* 303 SEZE CAN ALCOA ALUMINUM FOIL REG. ROLL SUPER MARKET FROZEN RED RASPBERRIES lOOz. Pkgs. WELCH'S GRAPE BIG 20 OZ. JARS 99 YELLOW ONIONS Pound Bag Pork is Plentiful 2 GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS LBS BO-PEEP AMMONIA Quart EASY-OFF WINDOW CLEAN Large J Size ™l HY-POP POPCORN Lb. Bag 251 STEAK (Vanish Lean To Fry AIL-SWEET LBS. 49C MEATS BONELESS ROLLED EXTRA SLICED or PIECE EAN HAM » 69c RATHS MULBERRY SLICED BCA Victor Living Color TV With mirror-sharp picture. "Color, Quick" tuning. 260-sq.-mch picture Security sealed circuits, ei start as low as , —...~ No payments till after Christmas, Full Service Coverage for I yew, FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION TOM'S RADIO & T.V Qxydol or CHEER GIANT SIZE CARNATION CULTURED SOUR CREAM 1 /2 pint 23C FREE ! I Sampling Demonstration Friday & Saturday PORK BUTT ROASTS «M^«a«P^* CON » 33c SMALL MEATY SPARE RIBS" 39c USDA CHOICE BLADE CUTS LB. POT KOASTS K«sTs59e49e $ ale * & Service Algona Fareway's Policy To offer for sale nationally known and popula? 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 OET ALL . THE LOW PRICES IN TOWN PRICES EFFECTIVE ONE WEEK WE RESERVE THE RIGHT OCTOBER 22 TO OCTOBER 29 TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

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