The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 16, 1961 · Page 9
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, February 16, 1961
Page 9
Start Free Trial

* "A < • - ,fi .,;„,-i? Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Ditch Spent the weekend at their home in Claremont, Minnesota. Mr. and M*s. J. J. Atherlon have had as guest' the letter's mother, Mrs. May Patrick, Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. George Balluff spent Sunday at Marcus with the former's mother, Mrs. Marie Bal- Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peter spent Sunday at Woden with Mrs. Peter's mother, Mrs. Tena Johnson. . Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Smith spent 'tho weekend at Paullina with Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Knuth and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Helmers had Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bolman, New Richland, Minri., as weekend guests. , ; Mr. end Mrs. Lloyd Shirley are being visited by the letter's sister, Mrs. Selma Garling, of Bell Plaine. .... Mr. and Mrs. Nat Bangs spent 'last weekend at Des Moines with' Mr. and Mrs. Owen Fleming, former residents here.' . Mr. t and Mrs. Ed Meyer had as Sunda'y .supper guests Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Offutt and son Greg and Mrs,- Heisler, Spencer. Mrs. Cora Bacon is being visited by her daughter, Mrs. Stanley McDonald, of Halfway, Ore. She will be here about three weeks. NIr. and Mrs. Robert Hbbbie visited Mr. and Mrs. Cprnie Oart andlMr. and Mrs. Alest Harrimon at Garner Monday evening. Mrs. George McVay was visited last .Wednesday by Mrs. William Brevier and daughter Brenda, of Hurritidldt. They are fdrmer Algonans^ . • ' Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hutchison spent the weekend at Iowa Falls attending the wrestling meet and visiting!with Mr. arid Mrs. Murl Wilson, f ; . •. . . \ 't i ^ J i ' • < Mrs. jEverelt AnxierSon, ' Florenci Brown, Mrs. flTred Gei_ r and Mri Walter Siemdr^* a'tterid;- ed an organists sefninStvat Estherville Friday. >'".''* { i ; j . , J Mr. snd Mrs; : £arl; cBowipkn had Mr, 'and ..Mrs. Eari "BcJwmtiA Jr., anc family, Dodge iCeiiteil, Minn., ; s weekend guests. They also vis ted Ma-. 1 and-, Mrst ' J.ack Hagg. ! . ; I ....; -, •• j . - r t , , Alberi WeiSn^ai *Md!s be'eti dis*- missed Sfronjij.St.'; i^ 1 } | fh ?^$'W where rfe has 'been urifler treatment. Mp. and Mrs. Ed Weishaar were hefre Saturdayrijrom, Sjtornj Lake to See him. M*& t LrottBX i Yfatwl t F.andj #?n Willis drovjrto Chester last week and > yeitei * \vith. Mr, l , and iMja Clarence tfeoft.' Sunday tHey had as guests Mr. 'and Mrs. Omar Mc- Malfajjti and family, Fort Dodge. Ntrs. Eugene Schemel hasvre- tunfeH from Rochester,! Mijin., whej-e she Went thtarughjl!hH4 in - ic. Mf. Scjiemel is improved ifrom a circu'lafory ailmerit. Mrs. Dagmar? Newel, Fenton'i is assisting in the household duties. During the past week Mrs. Hervy Kdh'lhaas? h^s been!' Visited by'Mr. an^ Mrs. 4 Alfred Ko)ilh'aas who were Were Friday^ froni 'Lu- Verne, Mr. and Mrs, Ralph! Kphl- haas,'Saturday from St. J6.e, and Mrs. Kenneth Lallier of Humboldt, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dermand were in Font Dodge last week visiting with .-Mrs, Dermand's mother and brcjther, Mrs..Stella Ramert and Mr. and Mrs. Jess Ramert. Monday they drove to Rockwell City to visit with Mr. and. Mrs. William Chriscos. Mrs. Effie Teeter has received word of the birth of a daughter, Feb. 7, to her son and daughter- in-law, Mr, and Mrs. John Teeter, Bloomington, 111. The infant has been named Stephanie Jean and is the first child. Mrs. Teeter,had as dinner guests Monday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Larson, Burt. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reding had as weekend guests their son- in-law and daughter of St.. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Coleman, and their daughters Maureen and Kathleen. Saturday evening all were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clair L. Reding at a birthday dinnner party for Beth Reding. Jo Ann Bormemn Of Irvington To Wed April 6 Mr and Mrs Ernest Bqrmann of Irvington announce the:..engagement and approaching mar- rjage of their daughter Jo;Ann, shown above, to Mr Edmund "A. TBerte, son of Mr and Mrs Nick Berte, also of Irvington. j • ; ' An April 6 /wedding is planned .iri St. Joseph's Catholic Church at St. Joe. ; , t v Miss Bormanil Us a 1957 grai- duate of St. Joseph's high school. Mr Berte ^raduajed Sf,om \ St. (Jbsep.h|s higWJ sdliobl .in 19§^ Snd jsinceinas been' tanning with-his father.. (UDM Engraving) ; : BUMPS . ! S • i i t 5 i « i J f > { i { J S t '» I f > t 1 • "QUICK, fellas! Valk oboot tha > * ^ 1 1 4 2 * i T > > * Auto and she'll forget THING!" WSTERN i- -i " • •; i J i "' ? » ••'« ASSOCIATE STOI^E 201 E. State Algona < ' . ENTER ALCOA WRAP'S 3rd Annual $100,000 "Wagon-Load" Contest OVER 1000 PRIZES Get Entry Blanks at this store FAREWAY STORES, INC. Economical Food Distribution ALGONA, IOWA Closing Out E-Z Load 500 Ib. capacity Fishing Boat Trailers (Regular Retail $145,00) Your cost now $95.00. Just a few left. One Span America 15 ft. Fiber Glass Boat and Trailer complete, Regular retail $1205.00, Sale price $850.00, REINDERS MANUFACTURING & SUPPLY, INC. Call CY 4-3911 9rGY4.24!8 Algona, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Dan Davis spent last weekend at Lake Park with Mrs. Davis 1 .parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ringler. ' > Mrs. Richard Cook, Masert City, spent the Weekend With Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves and Mr. and Mrs. William Allen. - Mrs. George Davis was dismissed Sunday from St. Ann hospital. For a time Mrs. Pat 'Murphy is assisting in the household work. ' Mr. and Mrs. Roberi Munger had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Truelsen, Rolfe, and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. McQuiston. Mr. and Mrs. James Will and children spent Sunday at Manka- to, Mihn., with Mr. and Mrs. E, W. Adams and Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Will. Mr. William Grasiin. had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frerichs, of Steamboat Rock and her brother Albert Timmer, Ackley. Mr. and Mrs, Clyde. Lloyd spent Sunday at Britt with the mother Mrs. Bertha Lloyd. £5he has sold her farm 'and bought a home In Britt. , - .* V. L. Gunder is spending some time at Ames with Mr. and Mrs, Al Stootsberry. Mrs. Gunder is vacationing with relatives in Florida. , and Mrs. Ada Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Post and family and Mrs. Elizabeth Post spent Sunday at Newrton with Mrs. Martha Van Dorston and daughter, Tlielma. Mrs. Bea Baldwin accompanied Mrs. Olive Hansen and Leonard of Irvington to Hampton Saturday to attend the funeral sevices for Mrs. Fred Baldwin, 48. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dearchs and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hofius have been visited by Mrs. Ger- Inidc Hofius, nee Bird, Elk River, Minn. She Js a former Algonan. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Snyder had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Gone Kelley, Mark, Janet and Jill, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Emerson, Elmore, Minn., nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Marion Kelley, Garner. Mr. and Mrs. George Smith have been visited by the latter's sister Mrs. James Ekstrom Bemidji, 'Minn., who has concluded the few weeks sojourn and returned home. Margaret and Sandra, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Smith have been sick with chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Naylor have as guests Mrs. Naylor's mother, Mrs. G. Rodenbush, M\: and Mrs. Walter Rodenbush and Mrs. Emma Pearson, of Oxbow, Sasketchewan, Can. Mr. and Mrs. Art Ashton were guests Sunday evening to meet the visitors who left Monday. Thursday, Feb. 16, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper DM Moines-3 Pvt. James E. Oberweiler, son of Mr. and .Mrs. A. W. Oberwetter has completed his basic training at Forl Riley, Kan., and is now located at Fort Gordon, Ga. He is attending n tclelypc school. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Oberwetter spent the weekend at Adel with the mothers, Mrs. Pearl Oberweltcr Bancroft News Jimmy Meyer, son of Mr and Mrs V. J. Meyer, who went to Rochester Friday, returned home for tho week end. He went back to Rochester Monday where he will undergo major surgery. Jimmy will be unable to go back to school for RPVCIVI! weeks. Mrs Irwin Ulsos 6nlortained a group of young (oiks at a party Sund.ny evening in honor of Rosemary's birthday. Mr and Mrs Forfous Still/, D.-ivicl and Gregory of Livcrmore and Mr and Mrs Edmund Larson were Sunday Overling visitors In the Ray Fitch homo. REGISTER TICKETS and carbo i cash register rolls at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. BOOTH'S BREADED SHRIMP i Lb. HORMEL SMOKED PICNICS THE DELUX IN PICNICS FULLY COOKED DEFATTED LIBBY'S RED SALMON i Lb. CAN EXTRA LEAN - LOIN PORK RIBLETS ALL MEAT - SLICED LARGE BOLOGNA KRAFT'S Macaroni Dinner REAL GOLD Orange Base -" si 00 , CASINO & MUENSTER It S ' . SPECIAL LENTEN FOODS FILLET OF CHEESE > 59C ' LIBBY'S KRAFT KAY CHEDDAR CHEESE SPINACH No. 303 2 Cans PERCH c MRS. GRIMES Chili Beans No. 303 Cans PAGE 'DINNER NAPKINS M up :• , •• •t i J ? * -4 f .1 r \ 9'.J ? I -i Ji f . S LUCK ! ) MARGARINE 2 " 49c KRAFTS SALAD OIL 59c Quart Bottle TOILET TISSUE 12 Reg. Rolls I AUNT JEMIMA PANCAKE MIX 31/2Lb. BAG 45 C StALEY'S GOLDEN SYRUP 4Lb. Jar 59 C WHITE OR COLORED KLEENEX 3 GENERAL MILLS BISQUICK 40 Oz. PKG. 39 HIAWATHA DILL PICKLES Quart Jar 25 STOKELY'S FINEST TOMATO JUICE 2 29 Oz. Cans 37 TEXSUN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 46 Oz. CAN ' 27 TEXSUN ORANGE JUICE 46 Oz. CAN SUNSHINE COOKIES HYDROX 2 lO'/2 OZ. Pkgs. C 2 PET EVAPORATED MILK 29c Tall Cans 25c REFUND ON 1 LB. BUTTER! See Special Offer On Sack Of Gold Medal FLOUR 5 LB. SACK 45c 40c REFUND ON 10 LB. SACK 89c GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS Lb. 10c HERSHEY'S INSTANT COCOA MIX 2H Lb. CAN 79 NORTH DAKOTA REDS POTATOES 25 Lb. BAG 69 - POLICY - You Can Be Sure When You Shop At Fareway That Yog Get All The low Prices. Fareway Meets All Prices. Prices Effective February 16th to February 23rd. We Reserve the Right To Limit. INCORPORATED 'ECONOMICAL, FOOD DISTRIBUTION^

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free