The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1961 · Page 5
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Town Council At Burl Talks Sewage Plant Surf — Alt members of the town council and Mayor Pro-tern O. H. Graham were present at the meeting of the council Friday evening. This meeting was the postponed meeting which was to have beon held Monday evening. Ah ordinance regulating the moving and location of mobile homes in Burt was adopted. There was further discussion on the hiring of an engineer to make a preliminary survey for a sew- ege treatment plant for Burt. Regular and routine bills were presented and allowed. Attend Tourney The members of the girls bas- ketbll squad, cheerleaders and team manager attended the semifinal games of the Girls Basketball meet in Des Moines. Accompanying the girls as chaperones Were Louis Finch, Darlene Simmons, and Mr and Mrs Robert Lovstad. The girls attending were Linda Ackerman, Judy Abbas, Jo Ann Ackerman, Lana Cunningham, Janice Dreyer, Audrey Gardner, Patty Hoover, Cheryl Lovstad, Francis McDonald, Judy and Jane Mitchell, Claudia Moore, Julie Thompson, Patty Schwietert, Jean Stevens and Carole Wiener. Fund Drive Organized The county organizational meeting for the Red Cross fund drive was held in the Burt City ^ hall Friday afternoon. Present 'Were Field Representative, Jane McNiell, Spencer, District chairman from Emmetsburg, County Fund Drive Chairman, Virgil Rohlf, and the 11 county chairmen. Palma Joy Holding, the Burt chairman, and her co-workers will canvass the city during the next two weeks and request you have, your donation ready when the volunteer calls. On College Council Carilyn Hinckley, daughter ot the Allen Hinckleys, has been fleeted to the House Council at the Lillian E. Dimmitt Hall at Morningside College, Sioux City. The Hause Council is the self- government body of the woman's dormitory. The council has responsibility for planning the social program of the dormitory and for advising in disciplinary ;situa- lions. ^_ ... " ' Mis'sTHinckley: is a freshman at Morningside, majoring in phy- a«gS23HK^3g»*223i^^ sical education and hbtne efiono* mics. Mr and Mrs Ji L..Miller spent Monday • arid Tuesday in Ames where they attended a Coopera-* live meeting. - • ' \ Mr- arid Mrs John,Kissner, who have been employed for the past 7 years by the Frank Beckers, moved this'past week to a tenant house on the'Hurley Hutchinsorj farm neat- Lone Rock. Mr Kisaner will be employed by Mr Hutcli- inson. Mr and Mrs Jack Gifford, Lu- Verne, are parents of a baby daughter born to them Friday, March 10. Tlie little miss has two brothers to welcome her, also her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Robert •Moore and Mr and Mrs John Gifford. Mrs Olive Moore is the great-grandmother. Mr and Mrs Walter Riedc! spent several days this week ot the home of their daughter and family, the Dewey Johnsons al Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Merwyn Cunningham and coach Louis ' Finch attended the Bondurant-Farror vs. Lost Nation game at Veterans auditorium in Des Moines Thursday evening. Mr Finch's sister, Delores Finch is a guard on the Bondurant squad. Marcia Tostenrud, who is on the nursing staff at the Miller hospital' in St. Paul, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Eldon Tostenrud. Dick Tellier, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend at 'the parental Frank Tellier home. Fourteen members of the Burt Past Matron's Club answered roll call at the March meeting held at the home of Lefie McMullen Thursday. Mary Jean Andrews was in charge of entertainment. The April meeting will be held at the home of Ruby Richards in Britt. ' Margaret Smidt, Benita Mitchell, Elsie Lockwood, Beulah Bullock, Ruth Patterson, Phoebe Thompson, and Elva Boettcher attended the county meeting oL the Federation of Woman's clubs held at the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka Thursday. Elva Boettcher received the reading award. To win this a member must read at least 25 books. Erna Baars was among those named "Club Woman Of The Year" who were honored.. Shiplers Dry Goods and Variety observed their lirst anniversary of business in Burt by serving free coffee and donuts to their many friends and customers Saturday. Mr and Mrs Phil Diamond, Algona, and members of the Young Couples Club of Ledyard Methodist church were guests of the Burt Methodist Young Couples Klub at a 6:30 pot luck supper and evening of fellowship Sunday evening. Mr Diamond spoke to those present on the Jewish faith. Mr and Mrs William Brandt arid Dorothy, and Mr and Mrs George Madden, all of Wells, Minn., spent Sunday with Mrs Al Hinckley and Duane. Mrs Louis Finch and daughter spent the past" week with Mr Finch's parents .at Bondurant. On Sunday Mr, Finch drove to. Bon-* durant ,anti was accompanied home by his wife and daughter Before you criticize the old folks, remember that evert though a '.'lock is run down, it's right twice a day. Portland Twp. By M«. Victor Fifth ( - Mrs. Minnie Spcrring returned to Fort Dodge Friday, aflernoqn 'to her daughter's,' Mrs. Lester' Hacker, alter spending two Weeks With the Bernard Pheips family. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott, Mr. and Mrs, Merle Teeter and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Teeter were all guests in the Wendell Christen- sen home Saturday evening wherevisit a week here with relatives. they played 600. Kenneth Teeter won high for men, Edgar Keith, low. Mrs. Michael Scott wort high for womert and Mrs. Billy Chris- tertseh low. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Teeter won travel prize. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Phelpsi Gary and Douglas were Sunday visitors in the Bernard Phidps liome. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms, Debbie and Dixie were Friday evening visitors in the Rudolph Peter home. Little Dixie Harms just got over the measles and chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mitchell of Chicago arrived Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Lai-sen, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Arrie Dittmer,'Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lindhorst and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Dittmer "were guests in the Quinten Bjustrom home Saturday evening for an oyster supper. Mr! and Mrs. Edmund Larsen, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom, the Otto Harlans, Howard Sarchets of Wall Lake, Jim Llndhorsts, Duane Dittniers and Euclair Meyers were Sunday dinner guests in the Arrie Dittmer home. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Harms Thursday, March 16, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Des Mairiet-S and girls were Sunday evening Visitors in the Herman Harms home. Mrs. Clifford Young and Mrs. Lawrefoce Govern attended a C.D. of A. pot luck supper Tuesday evening and had quite « time driving home in the storm, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Young were Sunday visitors in the Dixon Young home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald. Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Brink Shipler arid Mrs! Bob Seefeld and Brett were Sunday dinner guests in the Lulu Ringsdorf home in Burt. Bob Scefcld was a Sunday afternoon caller. - - • Mr, and Mrs. Arnold Danielsen and family and Mrs. P. W. Han- seh of A'lgona were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Victor Fitch home. Monday dinner guests in the Edmund Larsen home were Mr, and Mrs. Lester.Mitchell of Chir cago, Mr. and Mrs. Afrie Diltmer nnd Mr. and Mrs. Quinten Bjustrom. . "Never throw mud, You may hit your mark, but your hands will be dirty". •TF~V V;V • •'•'. :•.' •-;". Fashion ,.. not a . price: JL WIDTHS: AAAA's to C's SIZES: 4'/ 2 Thru 11 Spring fashion emphasizes color and bone footwear emerges as the shade to compliment every costume. The vamp is pointed and the heel is flatteringly thin. A pump designed for the woman interested in fashion . , . and priced at an attainable 8.95 to 10.95 W' ^^ ———-—-«^~--™«*«i i • > 'ganiMiJBMM U.S.D HINDQUARTERS AGED FOR TENDERNESS A. CHOICE BEEF HEND QUARTERS CUT AND WRAPPED FOR YOUR FREEZER U.S.D.A. CHOICE SIRLOIN STEAK ROUND STEAK Ib. 85 C TASTE OF SEA Haddock Fillets WITH OXYGEN BLEACH OXYDOL GIANT SIZE BOX 69 AMERICAN TASTE GOOD CHEESE SPREAD 2 Lb. BoxJc ST. PATRICK'S DAY SPECIAL FRESH REGULAR OR KOSHER CORN BEEF Lb, 69c VAN CAMP'S Pork & Beans 3 £? 49 49 CAREY'S Plain or Iodized ' SALT 10 22 Oz. Tube ROBIN HOOD Flour 5 Pound Box $2.39 ALL MEAT LARGE KRAFT'S A4LLJVICMI LMKVC fa £& MBA •% 4% • • BOLOGNA LbJclSALAD OIL Quart Bottle 59 BUTTERNUT Coffee COCK-O'-WALK BRAND DEMING'S RED SALMON Lb. Can 83 STOKELY'S SPINACH 3 No. 303 Cans 49 SPRAY-ON STARCH CAMEO Reg. Copper Cleanser Can 39 STARKIST CHUNK STYLE TUNA Reg< Cans LIBBY'S Pineapple-Grapefruit Juice 5 "« $"|00 CURTISS GERBER'S STRAINED BABY FOOD f NESTLE'S ARCHWAY COOKIES 3 QUICK 39 MARSHMALLOWS 2 100z. Bags REYNOLD'S ALUMINUM FOIL » " Wide 25ft. Roll REUNION BRAND 1 Lb. Can FLORIDA JUICE ORAN GEs2 Doz. LONG-O-RANGE CARROTS 2 £ 13 BOOTH'S PARTY PACK SHRIMP 1 Lb. Box KIDNEY BEANS 6 69 HIAWATHA BRAND DILL PICKLES Quart Jar 25 ORE.-IDA. FROZEN ^"rp»i»» **-*^i» • »»*^*»«••» ^^^^^ ^^^^^ FRENCH FRIES 3 9 C 29 C - POLICY - You Can Be Sure When You Shop At Fpreway That You Get The Spying* Advantage Of All The lowest Prices. You'll Save CASH By Shopping At Fareway. PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM MARCH 16th TQ MARCH 23rd. IN COR POR ATE P DISTRIBUTION A

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