The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 23, 1961 · Page 3
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y [frfta n « .—^ i . ii*r v i '.-• —«- .* w ~TV ' «***'*. .; The Birthday Slaff of ihe fie- beknh lodge had a pot-luck supper Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Mnrc Moore. —.Q-~*t Margaret Curant spent Satut* day at Waterloo attending the spring mooting of the National League' of American Pen Women —o— Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips had os their guests Sunday Mrs and Mrs Howard Lundsman and family .of Spencer. ' ' Mr and Mrs William f hompsofl have named their new daughter • Rebecca Sue. She was born March 11 at St. Ann hospital and weighed 7 pounds 2 ounces. The last of the series of Union Lenten Services, will be held this evening (Thursday) at 8:15 in First Methodist church with Rev. James Boyd speaking. —o— , The League of rWornen Voters, morning and evening groups, will have a luncheon Tuesday, March 28, at. 12 o'clock at the Methodist • church. , —o— • Mrs Esther Helberg was hostess to the Eight Specs card club Monday evening. Prizes were received by Mrs ..Milton Dahl, Mrs Bcecher Lane and Mrs John Dutton. Cl— Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz and Danny, Algono and Mr and Mrs Norman Hanevik, St. Paul spent Sunday at Elmore with Mr Hanevik's mother who is seriously ill. —o— The annual spiritual bazaar of the Methodist. W.S.C.S. was held this morning (Thursday) in the church sanctuary. Mrs Louis Kt-lley was in charge of arrangements. —o— Mr and Mrs Craig Smith- left Monday for Chicago where Mrs Smith is' visiting her sisters. ., Craig is attending a business ' meeting in Grand Harbor, Mich, and will join his wife in Chicago later in the week. —o— Mr and Mrs Louis Mansfield became the parents of a daughter born Mar. 15 at St. Ann hospital. The baby weighed 8 Ibs. 13 oz and has been named Kimberly Ann.. Mrs Mansfield is the former Lorna Schauer. Al Wiilkopf is i a patient at St. Ann hospital after .suffering a heart attack Sunday. It is thought that the attack is not as severe as one suffered previously and he is responding to treatment. . i _o-_ Mr and Mrs Harold Hbbsoh spent Sunday at Fort Dodge. They visited the former's brother, Orrie Hpbson who is at Lutheran hospital following a heart attack and wore supper guests of Mr and Mrs Dave Crinegan. Dorothy Barkema was lesson leader at the Lenten breakfast of the Methodist young people this week Wednesday. Hostesses were Mrs John Schutter, Mrs Glenn Graham and Mrs Stanley Muckey. Bel Canto music club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Louis Kelley. Mrs Joe Bradley was assisting hostess and Mrs Myron Brower, Mrs Don Welp, and Mrs Ralph Weber, the latter tv.'o of Bancroft, had the program. Presbyterian seventh and eighth graders arc to have a sledding party Friday evening at 1. Harriet DeCamp, fteS Moines, and Mrs Jodn'Dunsdn and children, Dos Mpihcs, visited Mrs Esther peCamp here Sunday. Mrs John Bergman, Bttrt, is spending the Week with her mother and will celebrate her birthday Sunday. —^o— Mr and Mrs John L. Black, Fort Dodge, former Algerians, are parents of a ,0 lb., 2V4 oz. baby daughters Karen Kay, born Jan. 17 at the- Lutheran hbspilal, Fort Dodge The grandparents arc the Lyle Blacks of Algona and tht Maynard Hurlburts of Swea City. Pam Waller, daughter of Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller,,has been nominated as Men's Dormitory Queen at the State University 6f Iowa, Residents' of Hillcrest Dormitory made the nomination. Pam became an active member of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority in ceremonies last week. •The Cnaneel chofc of Pits! Presbyterian church will present & cantata Palm Sunday morning, March 26, at 10 o'clock. Mrs Casey Loss is director and Judy Gerber, pianist. Don Hemmingsen will be narrator and Mrs Myron Browor, Mrs Keith Christie, Barbara RCinders, Mrs Richard Maw* dsley, Jason. Elherington, and Mrs Charles Hardgrove \vill be soloist 1 ?. Mr and Mrs T. C. Hutchison arrived home last weekend 1 from several week's vacation in the southwest. They visited their son, Torn, student at Stanford University, Palo Alto, Calif, and daughter, Sue rind husband, the John Carrolls at San Jose, fin- route home they visited Mr and Mrs James Murtagh at Tucson, Ariz. Tom Hutchison is due .to arrive home today (Thursday) for a two week's Visit., Awarded Degree George C. Berte, sort of Mr and Mrs JohnvBerte, Bode, Was-'re-' cently awarded the associate hi science degree in electronic engineering technology by Central Technical Institute, Kansas City, Missouri. He has accepted ft position ' with RCA, Patrick AFB, Florida. ' x . M-D Teas Wind Up Girl Scout Week Locally Algona Girl Scouts wound up Girl Scout Week March 18 by entertaining their mothers at a Mother - Daughter Tea in the Methodist church base mcnt Girls in the fourth and fifth grades en- tertained from 2 to 3 p.m. with Nancy Wagner as loastmistress. Girls furnishing music while the guests were being served were Jean Jorgensori, Mary Morck, Mary Asa, Marsha Hinken, Patty Frascr, Carln Sjogren and Sheila McFarland. Mrs Dean Taylor's Brownie troup presented a play, "The Brownie St6ry." Girls, taking part' in this were Ann Taylor, Maria Wittkopf, Susie Plott, Shirley Dewel, Virginia Schultz and Christine Carson. Mrs David Smith and Mrs Allen Wagner poured. Troup hostesses for this hour were Patty Hopkins, Sharon Wagner, Cindy Potter, Diane Schoby, Marcia Thursday, March 23, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper DCS Mo!nej-3 Winter, Cynthia Groen, and Nicki Sue Wagner. The sixth, seventh and eighth grade Scouts entertained thoir mothers from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. with Janice Vaguer as toastmistress. Girls furnishing music for this hour were Linda Parsons, Susan Moulton, Dorcen Funk. Marilyn Harris, Kitty Hardgrove, Sharon Sundet, Barbara Dewel, and Jean Robinson. Mrs Dick Post's Scout troup presented pantomime. Girls taking part in this were Joan Post, Delthea Shierk, Barbara Kuchcn- reulhcr, Betty Holt, Mary Miller, Kay Moulton and Sally Steele. Mrs D. K. Chiquct and Mrs Wai- tor Peterson poured for this hour, Troup hostesses wore Susan Hemmingscn, Judy Haag, Cynthia Long, Deanno Brower, Debby Krause, Kathy Boudewyns, Becky Fraser and Gail Bartholomew. Mrs James Baker made the centerpiece for the lea table. Second and third grade Brownies and Senior Scouts have entertained at potluck suppers previously. IF ITS NEWS. WE WANT IT WHERE FORALLVOUR DEL MONTE At Elva & Jessie's Chubbefte Catsup 57 REAL GOLD ORANGE BASE 2 -33 EASTER FAREWAY IS PROUD TO BRING TO YOU THE HORMEL INSTANT Sanka Coffee 5 Oz. JAR 75 LIBBY'S WHIPPED CHAMPIONSHIP HAMS PORK SALE FROM THE MIDWEST MARKET HO G SHOW AT FORT DODGE, IOWA it Cocktail 3 - 69 LEAN CENTER CUT EXTRA LEAN CENTER CHOPS Lb. 59c LOIN CHOPS Lb. ft GENERAL MILLS READY TO EAT CEREALS WHEATIES-TWINKLES CHEERIOS - FROSTY-0'S SLICED - REGULAR - THICK OR THIN TENDER YOUNG SLAB BACON .... Lb. We PORK LIVER .... Lb.29c FOR YOUR EASTER DINNER CANNED HAMS " $3 99 MIX OR MATCH 4 REG. BOXES $100 FRESH CUT UP See them now, Beautiful styles — Beautiful colors Elva & Jessie's APPAREL SHOP. CY 4-2850 ALGONA AUCTION LOCATION: 1 Mile South from East end of Main Street in Amboy. Minn. MONDAY, MARCH 27 SALE STARTS AT IsOO P. M. LUNCH WAGON ON GROUNDS MACHINERY SHORTENING 3 TRACTORS — 1 - 1952 Allis Chalmers WD tractor, gas, narrow and wide fronts; 1 - 1949 Case DC tractor, gas, narrow front; 1 * 1957 C^se 400 iracfor, gas, wide front; I . 1952 Case A6 combine with motor, extension auger, scour kleen; 1952 AHis Chalmers 2 bottom 16 in. mounted Plow; 1959 Oliver 3 bottom 16 in. Plow; 1952 AJU? Chalmers 9 ft Field Cultivator, mounted; 15 ft. Spring Tooth Harrow; 1952 Allis Chplmers No. 3 Semi-Mounted Mower, 7 ft.; 1952 Cliopey Fanning Mill with electric motor; 1952 Gandy 10 ft. Fertiliser Spreader; 2-Wagons with hydraulic hoists flare boxes; Homemade Mounted Weed Sprayer; 1959 Allis Chalmers 2 -row Mounted Corn Picker; J.D. Van Brunt All Steel 10 ft. grain Drill (double disc) grass seed attachment; 1952 Allis Chalmers 4 -row Cultivator; 1952 Gatesntun Windrower Attachment for Mower; Minnesota Side Delivery Rake; Roderick Lean 15 ft Single Pise; Kewanee 10 ft Tandem Disc, on wheels; 1948 Valley 42 ft Elevator built in speed jack, wide width; 1955 Vermeer, Power Take Off pitcher; 1952 International 4 -row Co-n Planter with fertiliser attachment; Transport for Single Disc; 300 gal Overhead Tank with nose, nozzle, stand and nWer; 21 ft. 4 in. Auger Elevator with 3-4 ho. electric molor *T»4 *«rnd on wheels; 1956 John Deere 4 section Rotary Hoe; 6 section Flexible Drag and transporting cart on rubber; 1959 Buffalo Trailer Corn Shelter with Wisconson VE Motor: 1951 International 3-4 ton Pickup; 1959 Radison Moisture Tester; 1959 Knipco Electric Fuel Oil Heater; I960 International Rotary Cutter; 1959 Sear* 5 hp. Chain Saw: 8 ft< Bulldozer will fit Allis Chalmers, hydraulic cylinder and hose; Heat Housers, Tractor Chains, Tools. Usual Auction Terms — No property to be removed Until Settled For. Not Responsible {or Accidents. Nathan Holden, Owner Wed«l & Clark, Auct. Security National Pouk of Amfeoy, Clerk Swiflt'ning 59 3 LB. CAN FRYING CHICKENS -» 69c Wesson Oil 1 Vi QT. BOTTLE 89 MA BROWN PRESERVES APRICOT PEACH PINEAPPLE 3 120z. JARS 79c NORTHERN COLORED OR WHITE NAPKINS 2 PKG - PILLSBURY'S Pancake Mix 2 Lb. BOX 29 STALEY'S Waffle Syrup 4Lb. JAR 59 GERBER'S STRAINED Baby Food 6 <"> 49 SWANSON'S FROZEN POT PIES 3 69 Chicken or Turkey C GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS Lb. 10 NORTH DAKOTA PONTIAC POTATOES 5Q LB. BAG - POLICY - You Can Be Sura When You Shop At Fgreway That You Get The Savings Advantage Of All The Lowest Prices. You'll Save CASH By Shopping At Fgreway. NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE REG. ROLLS BROWN and POWDERED SUGAR 2 ' ">• BOXES HORMEL'S SPAM 12Oz. CANS HORMEL'S BAKER'S CHOCOLATE CHIPS 12Oz. BAG 39 FLAVOR PAK FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 1 Lb. PKG. 33 DEL MONTE TUNA 3 REG. CANS 79 FLAVOR-KIST COOKIES REG. PKG. 39 PRICES EFFECTIVE FROM MARCH 23rd TO MARCH 29th. =^ IN COR PO RATE D ^ ICQNOMlCAJb FOOD DISTRIBUTION

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