The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1967 · Page 4
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4-Algona (la.) Upper Dei MelnM Thursday, Oct. 12, 1967 HllllllllllililMlllimillllll SOCIETY NEWS i HAS BIRTHDAY An observance of the 84th birthday of Mrs. Louise Lieb was held Monday at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lieb. Guests were Ella Lieb, Mrs. Ann Presthus and Mrs. Emma Dreyer. - o - EIGHT SPECKS Mrs. John Dutton will be hostess to the Eight Specks 500 club Wednesday evening, Oct. 18. - o - 78 YEARS YOUNG Oliver Bakken's 78th birthday was celebrated Sunday and hosts were his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hanson. Others present were his wife, Debbie Hanson, daughter of the hosts, Mrs. Jack Rube and son Bob, and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Bakken, Bode. - o - ROYAL NEIGHBORS Members of the Royal Neighbor Lodge met with Mrs. Bernitas Lynk Monday evening for a six o'clock dinner. - o - HOUSE WARMING Mrs. Nellie Van Allen was given a housewarming Tuesday. She has for some time had a room with Mrs. John Waldron. The Waldron house has been sold and they now own the apartment building once known as the Slagle home on Diagonal street. Mrs. Van Allen has taken an apartment there. - o - BIRTHDAY PARTY Atha Hardgrove's birthday anniversary was observed Tuesday evening by her birthday club. • 'Dinner was held' at' Van'g^Cale after -which 'cards 'were played. - " • - '" -o-•<*'- ; '•' BRIDGE CLUB Mrs. Delia McCullough will be hostess to the Idle Hour bridge club Oct. 18. - o - CLUB MEETING The Soroptimist club meets Wednesday, Oct. 18. The program, Community Service, will be given by Florence Bjustrom and Frances Grantham. - o - D.A.R. MET D.A.R. met Oct. 10 for luncheon at the Johnson House. - o- ATTEND SHOWER Mrs. Jess Dugan, Mrs. Wayne Dugan and Nancy were joined by Mrs. William Kelly and Kathy of Sioux Falls, S.D. and attended an open house shower Sunday at Lakota for Patty Koppen whose marriage to Russell Koenig will take place Oct. 21 at Davenport. Mrs. Jess Dugan entertained her bridge club Wednesday. - o - CHURCHES United Presbyterian Women will have a sacrificial breakfast at 9 a. m., Thursday, Oct. 12. Mariners Club of the United Presbyterian church are meeting for a 6; 30 pot-luck dinner Sunday, Oct. 15. Study of Mormonism will be given by Ted and Jane Smith and Galen and Marilyn De- Valois. - o Circles of Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet Oct. 12, as follows: May, Mrs. George Yeoman; June, Mrs. Murl Potter; Sept., Mrs. John Thompson; Oct., Mrs. Wm. Nolandj Nov., Mrs. L. L. Riter; Dec., Mrs. L. R. Potter; Feb., Mrs. J. F. Hofius; Mar., Mrs. Jerry Anderson; April, Mrs. John Schutter. The sub-district quarterly conference of the Methodist church will meet at Fenton. - o - Circles of the First Baptist church will meet Thursday, Oct. 19, circle I with Mrs. Emma Medin; and circle n with Mrs. Myrtle Brayton. Prices Good Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Monday HOOD'S SUPER V/ALU ARMOUR'S STAR FULLY-COOKED SMOKED ~^ SHANK PORTION Ib. \ BUTT PORTION JF CENTER SLICES LB. LB, GUS GLASER OLD SMOKEY SUMMER SAUSAGE FANCY CHUNK STYLE LB 89' SLICED OVER-WRAP PK°G Z 49 HYGRADE'S FANCY SPARE RIBS 2 LBS * & DOWN WILSON'S CERTIFIED ALL-MEAT SMOKIES WILSON'S CERTIFIED FRESH LIVER SAUSAGE STERLING BRAND SKINLESS FRANKS 3 lBfKS CALIF. HEAD LETTUCE LG. HEADS DELICIOUS OR JONATHON APPLES *"•"• ORANGE MORRELL'S FRONTIER SLICED BACON . ^^^^^^^^^^^t ..... WISCONSIN NO. 1 RUSSET POTATOES BUY NOW FOR STORING NO. 2 RUSSETS LB. PKG. tit wwvwwv* 3.98 20 LB. BAG 69 CALIF. VINE-RIPENED TOMATOES 29 PKG. OF 3 HOOD'S ALSO HAVE ALGONA AUTO-GRO TOMATOES NABISCO OREO COOKIES QQ$ CARNATION CANNED MILK FOR FINEST AND LARGEST SELECTION OF HALLOWEEN CANDIES, CANDLES AND NOVELTIES IN THIS ENTIRE AREA! NABISCO PREMIUM SALTINE VAN CAMP'S •" Crackers PORKa " BEAMS Algeria, (la.) Upp«r DM Mein«-S .Thursday, Oct. 12, 1967 1 LB. HI LAND TWIN PACK BAG POTATO CHIPS BUTT'R TOPP SWEET ROLLS PKGS. CYPRESb GARDENS - SECTIONS GRAPEFRUIT NO. 303 CAN FOR LIQUID DETERGENT PINK LADY 32 OZ. BOTTLES NESTLE'S CHOCOLATE BUTTER-NUT 12OZ. BAG Cof«e COFFEE SHORTENING 3 LB. CAN LBS. DEL MONTE CATSUP 20 OZ. BTl. mv ^ GOOD VALUE PRUNES LB. BAG 3-DIAMOND CRUSHED, SLICED Pineapple NO. 2 CAN T roR l CAMPFIRE MINIATURE 19 lOVzOZ. BAG '••••<t« FLAV-O-RITE ROZEN RED RASPBERRIES or CHERRIES 10 OZ. JARS VO-5 REG. OR DRY HAIR - 15 SHAMPOO (REG. $1.59 -SAVE 80c) ROYAL GELATIN BOXES DREAM WHIP v • FLAV-O-RITE 4V4 OZ, PKG. 39 VEGETABLES FLAV-O-RITE COOKIES 27 VARIETliS FOR The AVERAGE Food Coif It LOWER AT HOOD'S - Doy . After Doy, Wt Invitt YPU To Chtck Our Regular Shtlf Prices & COMPARE EXCEPT ASPARAGUS AND BRUSSELS SPROUTS SILVER JUBILEE SUPERVALU WHITE, YELLOW or PINK FACIAL TISSUE CHICKEN OF CHICKEN SILVER JUBILEE MA BROWN-16 OZ. JAR PICKLED BEETS OR OLD FASHION PICKLES SHADY LANE MARASCHINO FLAV-0-RITi ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS AIGONA'S NATIONAL AWARD WINNING SUPERMARKET I SUPER UALU PISNTY OF FRES OFF-STREET PAVED PARKING AROUND ALGONA BY RUTH SHERK MR. AND MRS. Frank Moulton spent Sunday at Mankato where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenton Immerfall, and their grand* daughter Kimberley. Accompanying them were the great- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moulton, Sr., and Mrs. Roy Bjustrom. DR. AND MRS. L. L. Snyder and daughters, Sara and Laurie, leave today CThurs.) for a weekend camping trip at Wyla Lusing, Wise. They also plan to visit Rev. and Mrs. Newton Coughenour at Dubuque. Tuesday, Dr. and Mrs. Snyder and Dr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson will attend a conference of optometrists in Des Moines. MR. AND MRS. K. B. Lacy of Highland Park, ni. will arrive tomorrow (Fri.) to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ted Herbst and family. The visitors are parents of Mrs. Herbst. MRS. HAROLD GILMORE will be hostess Tuesday to members of the Delphian Club. Moderator of the discussion program will be Mrs. George Sefrit. THE FORMER L. A. Copp home on North Thorington street has been sold to Mrs. Cecil Will, whose present plans as to the home are indefinite at present. CECIL WILL and sons, Tim and Mark, and his father-in- law, John T. McGuire, leave today (Thurs.)to spend the weekend in South Bend, Ind., where they plan to attend the Notre Dame-USC football game. They will spend time with Forrest Twogood, former Algonan and husband of the former Eleanor Haggard and ex-coach at Southern Cal. DR. AND MRS. P.O. Dorweiler returned Monday after spending several days in Minneapolis where the 85th birthday of Dr.'s brother, H. J., was observed. Over 50 children, grandchildren, great-grandchildren and close friends attended the surprise party for him. Dr. and Mrs. Dorweiler have recently sold their home here to Tom Frank! and are preparing their new home in Ft. Dodge, expecting to move there in about two weeks. DR. MELV1N BOURNE entertained members of his card club at the Bourne summer home at Lake Okoboji last weekend. Guests included Theo Chris- chilles, G. W. Stillman, Dr. Karl Hoffman, H. M. (Slim) Smith, George Sefrit, Matt Streit and Duane Dewel. MR. AND MRS. Harry Greenberg, accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Joe Greenberg, will spend the weekend in Des Moines with Harry's sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Alt. MR. AND MRS. Wendell Feaster, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Ole Knutson of Bradgate, spent the weekend in LaCrosse, Wise, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sigsbee and son, William. Mrs. Sigsbee is the former Kathy Feaster. MR/ AND MRS. Phil Diamond spent two days in Ft. Dodge last week and will spend tomorrow and Saturday in Ft. Dodge with relatives and friends. THE BRIDGE CLUB of which Mrs. Phil Diamond is a member will play today (Thurs.) in Burt, with Mrs. Bill Easier as hostess. Members include ladies from Irvington, Swea City, Burt and Algona, and the group refers to themselves as the "United Nations" club. MR. AND MRS. Kirk Hayes have returned after a plane trip to the west coast, where they attended the annual conference and seminars of the Society of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters in San Francisco, Enroute west, they visited her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Haggart, Omaha, and on their return trip, they visited, Mr. and Mrs. Carl (Bud) Morck, Jr., at Boulder, Colo, MR. AND MRS. Harold Sundet returned Sunday after spending several days at Alexandria, Minn. Saturday, they will attend Home* coming at Luther College in Decorah where their children, Bruce and Sharon, are students. They will also attend the football game between Luther and Upper Iowa University at Fayette.

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