The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1967 · Page 28
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8-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, July 20, 1967 flHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIinillllM 1 AROUND ALGONA I BYRUTHSHIERK MRS. PRISCILLA Southgate Furjanick of Seal Beach, Calif., arrived by plane Monday and was met by her sister, Mrs. Olive Herbst, with whom she has visited. The sisters left Tuesday by plane for Ypsilanti, Mich., where they are visiting a brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Southgate. The two sisters will travel together to Chicago, with Mrs. Furjanick returning directly from there to her home, and Mrs. Herbst to Algona, where she expects to arrive tomorrow (Fri.). Mrs. Herbst's daughter, Adele, and husband, Athens, Ga., visited here in June. MRS. CRAIG SMITH and Steve, returned Friday after a trip to the east. They were gone 2 1/2 weeks, most of which time was spent in Wilmington, Del., where they visited the former Linda Smith and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Plummer, and made the acquaintiince of the new grandson of the Smith's, Eric Michael Plummer, born June 26. Weighing 6 Ibs., 11 oz. at birth, Eric joins Patrick 4, and Mary Elizabeth, 2. While Mrs. Smith and Steve were there, the Plummer family moved into a new home. The two Algonans spent a full day in New York City, where they visited Mrs. Smith's sister, Ruth, and family, Mrs. Bob Corcoran and children. This being Steve's first visit to the city, they toured and visited many points of interest. On their return trip, they spent an overnight with another sister of Mrs. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer, Chicago. Mrs. Smith's father, Joe Fleming, Whittemore, is now visiting Mrs. Meyer after a visit in the southwest. His stay in Chicago is indefinite. IN DUPLICATE bridge play July 10, with three tables in play, top score was held by Mrs. Harold Gilmore and Clara Zender; second, Mrs. J. C. Everds and Beth Miller; and third, Mrs. Lewis Ferguson and Mrs. John Altman. Next play will take place July 24 at 7:45 p. m. at the Veterans Memorial building. 3 LOCALS n ^ ^rrrMQ 1 "- "**" » 'V~= 4 ^v^^ MR. AND MRS. Henry Furst have had as guest their nephew Ronald Shatto, son of Mrs. Dorothy Shatto, Mason City. He has been in service in Japan the past four years and will now be stationed at San Diego. Calif. DELBEHT MOORE was honored at a family dinner recently. In attendance were Mrs. Earl Armstrong and son, Livermore; Mrs. Charles Hartwick and son, Kanawha; Adrian Casler, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schneider and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schneider and Mr. and Mrs. August Schmidt and family. MRS. MYRAOSTRUM has been visited by her sisters, Mrs. Lloyd Bennett and Mrs. Clarence Cummings, Oehvein, and Mrs. Margaret Heimer, LeMars. All went to see Mrs. Ostrum's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ostrum, who had lived at Sherburn, Minn, but have purchased a resort at Fox Lake. Mrs. Myra Ostrum is spending the week at Titonka with her granddaughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Baacle. MR. AND MRS. Ollie Nasby have been visited by their daughter, Mrs. Mack Poling and three children, Albuquerque, New Mex., and with them went to Du- lutli, Minn, for a few days' vacation. They stopped at Jackson to see their son John Nasby and other relatives. They met their other daughter Juda and husband Herb Panko who have been teaching at Tyler, Minn, and are attending summer school in Duluth. B. P. RICHARDSON lias been at Summit, N. J. visiting his son Max and family. He left a few weeks ago. THE ALBERT HAGGS and Vincent Matz' went to St. Louis Park, Minn, recently to visit with the Haggs son Ralph and family. Mrs. Matz is a daughter of the Albert Haggs. MR. AND MRS. Albert Hagg and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hagg went to Mason City last week where Mr. Hagg had a check-up at the Park hospital. They also saw Hill Norman who was there for surgery. MRS. EMMA HAGG has been visited by her son Perry, his wife and two children of San Diego, Calif., and when they went back she accompanied them as far as Dell Rapids, S. D. and visited a few days with her son Robert and family. MRS. LLOYD. HAUBACH was dismissed. Tuesday from St. Ann hospital where she had been several days for a check-up. MR. AND MRS. Bless Rusk, Cheryl and Gary were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Rusk's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Thim, Graettinger. The Thim's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hansen and family, were also there from Lincoln, Nev. MRS. ELIZA ANGLE and the Earl Bowmans have been visited by Mrs. Alice Mayfield, Clear Lake, sister of Mrs. Angle. CHANGE OF HOURS: WE WILL NOW BE OPEN SATURDAYS AT 12 NOON. THE PINE ROOM - ALGONA HOTEL - m r " WATCH FOR~ouiT "EM.ER SHOW.NG PARTV WH.CH will FEAT ™ TV AU OF THE NEW 1968 RCAVICTOR PRODUCTS us TOM'S RADIO Head for the Grills PARTS CHICKEN rices Good Thursday, lay, Saturday & Monday HOOD'S FRESH ICE PACK FRYERS WHOLE FAMILY (APPROX. 26 PCS.) PACK WILSON'S SKINLESS FRANKS WILSON'S CORN KING SLICED BACON FULL LB. PKG. BREADED, FULLY-COOKED HEAT 'N EAT CHICKEN FRIED STEAK 6INPK6. 79 WILSON'S 6 VARIETIES COLD CUTS WESTPAK BARTLETT The AVERAGE Food Celt (i LOWER AT HOOD'S - Day After Day. W« Invite You To Chttk Our Regular Shelf Prices & COMPARE PCS. IN LIGHT SYRUP NO. 2'/ 2 CAN A R G 0 PACKED BY PACKERS OF DEL MONTE PEACHES NO. 2!/2 CAN RICHELIEU APRICOTS NO. 2'/ 2 CAN VAN CAMP Pork & Beans NO. 2'/ 2 SIZE TIN SUPER VALU PEAS NO. 3 SEIVE NO. 303 TALL CAN HAWAIIAN RED SUAVE REGULAR HAIR SPRAY DEL MONTE FAMILY SIZE CATSUP FOR FLAV-O-RITE POTATO CHIPS PUNCH 46 OZ. TIN TWIN-PACK BOX 20 OZ. THREE DIAMOND CRUSHED OR SLICED PINEAPPLE NO. 2 CAN GOLD MEDAL SUAVE EGG, AMBER, CREAM RINSE SHAMPOO HI-C ORANGE DRINK SUPER VALU FACIAL TISSUES FOR 25 LB. BAG $ 1.77 46 OZ. TIN FOR BAKE RITE SHORTENING 3 LB, TIN AMIR NO 12 ICAN BEAUTY ODLES 9 f\T DVfi •• OZ. PKG. NESTEA INSTANT 200 COUNT DEBBIE LIQUID _ ^ A ,-SOAP 99*! TEA (••W ! LARGE J/URM 32 OZ. PLASTIC MAKES 165 CUPS . JAR WITH 30c COUPON | GOOD ON NEXT PURCHASE FLAV-O-RITE OR FLORIDAGOLD ORANOE JUICE FROZEN POLY BAG VEGETABLES GREEN BEANS - CARROTS - CORN MIXED - PEAS - PEAS & CARROTS 6OZ. CONCENTRATE CAN MMMWMMMMMMMMf CANTALOU CALIF. VINE-RIPENED JUMBO 36 SIZE j FLAV-O.RITE ! LEMONADE NEW CALIF. SEEDLESS WHITE GRAPES IB. SANTA'ROSA PLUMS APRICOTS HOME CANNING BASKET OF 2 DOZ. LARGE CUCUMBERS „ 98 GREEWPERS j FIAV.Q.RITE FROZEN i DINNERS ! CHICKEN - TURKEY j BEEF - SALISBURY STEAK Thursday, July 20, 1967 Algeria (la.) Upper &M Moinw-9 SILVER JUBILEE MARIGOLD FLAVOR PINEAPPLE SUPER UALU ALGONA'S NATIONAL AWARD WINNING SUPERMARKET I MRS. ESTHER BARTON had as guest Saturday Mrs. C. E. Williams, Cherokee, a high school classmate. Sunday she had as guests Anna and Julia Sassier, also of Cherokee, and long-time friends. MR. AND MRS. Russell Rentz have as guests the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Estel Rentz, Crystal River, Fla. Prior to coming here they stopped en- route at Sturgls, Mich, to visit relatives and friends. MRS. FRED WEGENER has as guest Mrs. Emma Struecker, Fort Dodge. Monday they went to Fairmont to visit Mr. and Mrs. Herman Struecker. Mr. Strueck- er Is in a rest home there, having suffered a stroke awhile ago. MR. AND MRS. Vic Samson came Sunday from Fort Lauderdale, Fla. for a visit of a week with the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Vic Parsons, and mother, Mrs. Claude Samson. MR. AND MRS. Carroll Potter were visited Sunday by their son Kenneth and wife and son Loren, Ackley. Loren remained for a longer visit with the Potters and other relatives. MR. AND MRS. Melvin Lang- fltt were Sunday dinner guests of the latter*s mother, Mrs. Harm Groen at Hurt. MR. AND MRS. Lawrence Riedel are being visited by their nephew, Marvin Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Johnson, Elmore. MRS. VERONICA ROETHLER Is being visited a few days by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Roethler and grandson David, New Hampton. MR. AND MRS. Roy Hutzell went to Des Moines Sunday to see Mr. Hutzell's brother-in- law, C. R. Melton, who is a patient in Methodist hospital. MR. AND MRS. Arthur Ristau had as dinner guests Monday Mr. and Mrs. George Rahm, Tur- tan, S. D. They will be visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. MR. AND MRS. Jess Riddle were here earlier in the summer, then went back to Claremont, Calif., where Mr. Riddle consulted his doctor and found his ailments were minor. They recently returned and Mrs. Riddle suffered a cracked pelvis in a fall enroute here. She is in Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, and is making good recovery. Their grandson Bob and a friend came back with them from California, The Riddles have rented the Carney house during their stay here. MRS. MILTON DAHL and Mrs. Harold Hobson were visited Sunday by their daughter and son, respectively, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pratt of Iowa Falls. MRS. AGATHA KOLLASCH has been visited recently by her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rohlf, Brian, Vicki and Michael, Ankeny. ALICE CONDON is spending some time at Crescent Beach on Okobojl where three of her nieces and their families are vacationing for two weeks. MR. AND MRS. Paul James were visited by their daughter, Beverly Soroka, Highland Park, Mich, last week for a few days. She then went to Davenport to visit her sister, Evelyn Makuuchi, before returning home. MRS. JOE MERGEN, Larry, Mary Jane, Jerry and Susie drove to Des Moines Friday to spend several days with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Alvin Atcheson and family. They returned home Sunday evening, except Mary Jane who remained for a longer visit. MRS. ANNA COURTNEY Is on vacation and Mrs. Louis Rellly is taking over her duties at Uie public rest rooms at the Call St. parking lot. MRS. BOB LOSS, SR., Mrs. Dean Loss, Mrs. Merle Loss and Mrs. Pat Montag entertained at a dessert luncheon at Van's in honor of Dorothy Cogley. THE JOE COGLEYS have had their grandchildren, Kirk, Kathy and Karen Cogley, children of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cogley, East Moline, Dl., for a 2 1/2 week vacation. MRS. ERWIN WILTGEN entertained her card club In honor of Dorothy Cogley. Dorothy Cogley was honored at a miscellaneous shower at St. Cecelia's Hall. Berniece Banwart entertained Wednesday evening in honor of Dorothy Cogley. Dr. and Mrs. Dan L. Bray entertained at a dinner party Sunday evening In honor of Dorothy Cogley and Leland Grein. MR. AND MRS. Leroy Lau have returned from a two week trip to Baton Rouge, La. where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger McGregor and daughter, Monica. Mr. McGregor teaches at Boone but was attending summer school at the university working on his masters degree. The Laus were also at New Orleans. RHONDA AND RANDY, children of Mr. and Mrs. John Ramus of Newton, are spending several day with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Lau. MR. AND MRS. Lester Johnson have had as guests their son and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis T. Johnson of Springfield, Mo., and their daughter Arlene, Mrs. C. W. Pimgry, Blue Earth, Minn. MRS. FRANK VERA and her sister, Mrs. Earl Mullarkey, Moline, Dl., spent Saturday and Sunday at Swea City with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Geerdes. 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