The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1961 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 16, 1961
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(la.) Upper DM Motnes Thursday, Peb, 16, 1961 Burt Girl Now In Television Job,DesMoines Lorena Riebhoff Lorena Riebhoff, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lance Riebhoff of Burt, will serve as a consultant in the educational television program in the Des Moines public schools during the second semesters of the current school year Miss Riebhoff had been assistant to the principal at McKee elc mentary school. Her new assignment comes as. a result of a recent grant of $0,000 by the Ford Foundation for the advancement of education She is working on the program in the Des Moines elementary schools. Miss Riebhoff was recently voted into the Alpha Delta Kappa, honorary teacher's sorority. (UDM Engraving) • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings Mr arid Mrs Dwight Savage and Danny of Cedar Rapids were week end visitors with her enls, the Lawrence Miller family. Mr and Mrs Harlan Helm, Robin and Rhonda of Thompson visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Hefti, Friday to Sunday. David Irauger, Iowa Slate University, spent the week end with his parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Trauger, Dean and Daryl. Mr find Mrs George Grimsehl of Algona visited his sister Mrs Amelia Hnnselman Thursday. Mr and Mrs John Stampka and children, her mother, Mrs Mathilda Stoddard, visited Friday to Sunday in Carthage, S. Dak., with their brother and son, the Howard Stoddard family. Mr and Mrs Roy Buenger ol West Bend were Sunday guests of her brother, the Carl Hanselman family. Charles Webor, Morningside, College, Sioux City, was a week end guest of hin parents, the Alvin Webers. Mrs Weber and Charles were Saturday ove night and Sunday visitors in DC Moines with her mother and sis ter, Mrs Lulu Jordan and Edn Jordan. The occasion was th birthday of Mrs Lulu Jordan. The J. J. club was entertainec Friday in the home of Mrs Har old Nielsen, Sr. The lesson wai in charge of Mrs LcRoy Hanselman. Lawrence Miller presentee slides of their recent trip to Alaska. Guests were Mrs Miller, Mrs Dale Zeritner, LuVerne, Mrs Free Will, Mrs Lavoy Dawson of Corwith. Mrs George Studer was honored on the occasion of her birthday Sunday evening with a turkey dinner at the home of her father and sister, Fred Hinz and Earl John. Guests were George Studer, Mr and Mrs Robert Niel- Mrs Lydia Lund visited . her. .neighbor Mrs Anna Goetsch,patient at Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt, Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Marvin Nerem and, children of Renwick were Friday evening visitors, with her mother, Mrs Lydia Lund. John Rentz of Garner, was a Sunday caller, of Mr and Mrs John Ruger and Mrs Lydia Lund. Mrs Lund is a sister bf\ Mr Re,ntz. , Mr and Mrs. Charles HeinkeX Mrs Sula Frantz, Mr and Mrs Jack- (Guy 'were dinner guests Sunday, evening of Mr and -Mrs Galen Heinkel in Britt. Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk visited her parents Mr and Mrs Clair Jones at Royal Sunday. sen, Mr and Mrs Stanley Genrich and Mr and Mrs Dean Bowman. An evening of cards followed the dinner. Laurette, ten month old daugh- :er of Mr and Mrs Herman Koester is a patient at Lutheran hos- Dital, Fort .Dodge, since Friday. 3h'e is now improved. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs .Karen Baer and children we're her parents the Leo , Becker family of Humboldt and her brother ; Milje' Becker, teacher at Belmond. , • ,' ,. ( : Mr and Mrs'. Jack 1 Guy were guests of his sister the Leonard Collins at Humboldt Sunday. They. wei;e sponsors at the .baptism of. Patrice Emily Collins in the, service; at the Methodist church. . . . . ' ; Mr and TVJrs William A.'Marty have returned :from ( a two, w.eeU vacation trip. Tliey visited ' his brother , Matt ., Marty, . at Hpt Springs,, Ark. and .with ^relatives in Illinois and .Wiscpnsm. . .'''•' .-••Jess Lindebak went to look nfter his farm near Pequot Lakes Minn., Monday Kathyrn Joy. Stevens daughter of Rev. and Mrs J. Paul Stevens, was baptized in the service qf the Evangelical United Brethren church Sunday with Di*. John A. 'Dowd, conference superintendent, officiating. Mr and Mrs James Trauger and Larry took her mother Mrs Jessie Sanford to Marshalltown Friday where Mrs Sanford' had a check-up on her recent eye surgery. Knroute home they visited the Bobby Caudle family and Mr and Mrs Archie Sanford in Ellsworth. Mr and Mrs Arthur Hof of Humboldt and her sister Mrs Jess Lindebak visited their brother Mr and Mrs Archie Sanford in Ellsworth Sunday. Mr and Mrs Milton Wilhelm j and girls and her mother Mrs j Jessie Sanford were Sunday yisi-. tors with (heir sister and daughter the Irvin McGowan family at Clear Lake. Wedncsdiiy overnight guests ot the Wayne Snnfords were his cousins Mr and Mrs Willard Sanford and Ann of Milun Minn. They were enroute to visit his sarents, Mr and Mrs Archie Sanford at Ellsworth. Mr and Mrs Dennis Schulz and boys of Mora, Minn., were week end visitors with their pnronl". the Herman Schulz and Otto Ramus families. Mr and Mrs Joe Wahrer of Des Moines were week end visitors with her parents, Mr and Mrs Otto Bamus. Sunday visitors in the parental Ramus home were Mr nnd Mrs Charles Soren- Kcn of Corwith and Mr and Mrs Wendell Jergenson of Algona and families. Ann Carncnler, daughter of Mr and Mrs Elvin Cornenter. will be going to Tracy, Minn. Saturday to tnke part in the Minnesota Music Teachers Association contest. ENTER ALCOA WRAP'S 3rd Annual $100,000 "Wagon-Load" Contest OVER 1000 PRIZES Get Entry Blanks at this store f ' Low; Prices ' Every Day; I • ' '• < '• '• 'Alona •;'«.*! CHRISCHILLES' There'll probably be many a snow storm before Spring really arrives but the new coats, suits and dresses are here — ready for your early selection. Selling has already begun. For those who travel South, there is a place in your wardrobe for one of these colorful new garments. And what a selection! Positively breath-taking. Don't forget you can wear one of the new and gorgeous suits UNDER your winter coat, to give you that lift so necessary right now. Suits are tops for Spring and our large collection starts with juniors at $9.98 and $14.98 and leaves off with stylish half sizes at $49.98. See them — buy one NOW. THE NEW HATS ARE SO COLORFUL A Complete Showing. See the new Jack Winters SLACKS too. BIG CATCHES TUNA 4 cans $1 HUMPTY DUMPTY SALMON ANGELUS Marshmallows FRESH SMALL urn Drops EACH 1 LB. PKG. Macaroni 2 Lb. Bag I A REAL BUY Brooms 98 4 SEW EACH BUTTER-NUT 69 Drip or Regular c LB. FLAV-O-RITE Peanut 29c BUtter Pee,, 20 , Jo / SUPREME Soda Crackers 49* MRS. TUCKER'S 69 Gi 49 H ILEX BAS GOCOA ,? lul =l N Herring Dressed SH 'Hit • » PISH ft" H $2.39 ALL FILLETED BONES iwilTli 5ui£ J JWHOLEJEISH! !••:!*!! 5 Lb, Box CATFISH 5 Lb. Bbx| !;IMODO ,.,_„. 5 Lb. Box Northern' Piice $2.79 Jiau i H lii ; i j i Uiti-ii^U U f } Jill 1 I H i? 11 j i-> j i! FRY J5 Lb. Box 5 Lb, Box 5 Lb, Box PERCH, i^coDf WHITING Spare Ribs 3 C •v y c LB. t 3 * * . **V1«WIT1BI*% Sliced Bacon 43 c 1 Lb. Cello ARMOUR'S STAR ' •• ': >_ ' 4 ': .)*• "f 'J ?: 49' PKG. SUN GIRL Margarine 5 ibs. $1 BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT WRAPPED — MARKED NO EXTRA CHARGE TANGERINES 2 Doz. 39c AVACADOES 2 For 29c NO. 1 RED & WHITE POTATOES 50 u. i»> $1.49 HEAD LETTUCE SAME LOW PRICE lOc EACH LARGE PINEAPPLE EACH 39c FROZEN FOODS FLORIDAGOLD ORANGE JUICE 5 Cans $1.00 FESTIVAL ICE CREAM Gal. 59c FLEISCHMANN'S ACTIVE DRY YEAST 16 IN NEW "THRIFTY THREE'S" 3 PKGS.

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