The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1961 · Page 5
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Delores Studer Of Wesley To Marry May 6 Wesjey — Delores Sludcr wil be honored at a prc-nuptial shower in St. Josephs Parish hall Sunday afternoon, April 23, at 1:30 She is, a daughter of Mr and Mrs August Sluder and will become the bride of Jerrold Arnclorfer Saturda-y, May 6, in St Joseph'? Catholic. Church. Major Surgery Mrs John Lickteig had majoi • surgery Saturday afternoon in Mercy hospital Mason City. Mi Lickteig, Mr and Mrs Jack Lickteig and Mrs Kenneth Forburgei visited her Sunday. Mrs .Edmund Loebig oi Rochester, Indiana had a brain tumor removed at a Rochester, Minn hospital Friday of last week. Grand Opening Sister Lenora of St. Joseph's parochial school was lucky winnei of the electric clock Saturday of the Grand Opening of Johnny's A. G. Market. Boxes of groceries, hali gallons of ice cream and, 6 packs cakes were won by 36 other customers. Coffee and cookies were served all day and free gifts given all by Mr and Mrs John Youngwirth, wno bought the store from Gayle Sluders. Mrs Viola, Studer reports that her 4 year old granddaughter, Diane Kelch, of Worthington, Minn, now has cancer of the spine. She had a portion of a cancerous tumor of the brain removed Feb. 23 in the University hospital, Minneapolis, and is still a critically ill patient there. Zeno Reising arrived home Friday morning with his discharge from the U.S. Army. He had ser- , ved 20 months in Germany. His sister Mrs Lyle Huff and children, Tim and Patty brought him from Mason City that morning. Guests that nite at the parental Andrew Reising home were the Alvin >Edens of Woden, the Philip and Cletus Studers and the Jim Reis- ings. Mr and Mrs W.'R. Smith spent , April 11 in JPenton with his sister, Mrs Floyd >;Duncan and family. Methodist women who attended an all day W.S.C.S. meeting at Storm Lake April 14 were the Mesdames Charles Nygaard, Martin Frank, Paul Erdman, Robert Jones and Veva Lease, 350 women from 60 churches in the Spencer district were present. Mr and Mrs W.R. Smith spent April 12 in Bode with their son, Oienn Smith, and family. Mr and Mrs David Kleinpeter and Wayne and her sister, Virgin' in Miller left Friday evening via car for Washington, D. C. to attend a National Bankers Convention. Enroute home they will visit their former home in Philadelphia Penn., and friends in New Jersey. Mrs Anton Malccek, wtio had Jived alone many years north of Wesley, has gone to the home of a daugnlcr, Mrs Carl Brown and family near St. Benedict for an extended visit. Judy Pfeffer, a student at Iowa City, spent the weekend in the wtiental JJr. L.L. Pfeffer home. Mrs Esther Skow and Mrs Anna fosephson of Boone spent April !-9 with their sisters, Mrs Seima Carlson and Mrs Fred Bentele and heir families. Mr and Mrs Marion Hall and Maurine of, Hanlontown visited rie day recently in the L.L, Lease ome. ; .''/.' ' ' • Betty, Lou:,Hugiin- of Mason :ity was a Sunday guest in the J Loebig fibme. Rev. and Mrs Pere'y CaHsson nd many mernDers of tMe,|Jvan- ^,ellcal free Cqngregatioji btlerttied the funeral . of Laurife; Larson April 10 in the UpiJer Flat Church. ' , ' .-,"-.: , . Linda Newbrough celebrated her 13th birthday Friday at her parental Ronnie Newbrough home. Her 'guests were the 7th graders of Cbrwith Wesley Com- muhity school. ( Mrs Mike Goetz of Sargeant Minn.,formerly of Wesley, was a weekend guest in the home of her son Philip Goetz and.farnily. They all drove to Dubuque Sunday where they visited the latter couple's daughter Janet, a student at Presentation Academy. Mrs Urban Lickteig and 4.shild- rei) droye to Dubuque Saturday where they visited their daughter and sister Janice till 'Sunday. Mrs Erling Flom spent Saturday in Ames with their son, Roger, a student at the University. Mrs J. T. Meurer, entertained her bridge club Saturday. A 2/C Walter Smith, son of Mr..and Mrs W. R. Smith, will get his Air Force discharge April 21 at Westover Field, Mass. He snd three other jet engine mechanics formed a quartet three years ago and have been in demand for entertainment in the area. They are known as the "Impulses"^. I ••; $•!!>•; . '_-f^^._. t*f. „ LIBBY'S , 363 Size CREAM STYLE OR WHOLE KERNEL 3 FOR LIBBY'S 3 303 Size Can FOR LIBBY'S I HALVES OR SLICED FOR 5 LIBBY'S WITH THE PURCHASE OF Gallon Paint Get Your Paint npw and receive ypur beautiful Rose Bush FREE (Value $2.49). No catch' es — But Hurry — this offer good during April ONLY! Linoleum Vinyls - 12-ft, widths Reg, Price - $1.69 sq. yd. At§0 GQOD SELECTION OF •LINOUEUM REMNANTS Carsons for Color 5 303 Size Can FOR LIBBY'S TOMATO Juice 46 Oz.'Can LIBBY'S TOMATO OR MOLASSES Beans LIBBY'S PITTED RIPE Olives No. 1 Can _iL-... GREEN TOP RADISHES OR GREEN ONIONS Bunches FRESH FANCY ASPARAGUS Bunch • KELLOG'S CORN FLAKES 18Oz. Pkg. FASTCO MARGARINE 1 Lb. SUNSHINE KRISP CRACKERS 1 Lb. Pkg. GERBERS STRAINED 6 For Food 49 PILLSBURY 25 Lb. Bag FLOUR si e 9 RAIN DROPS 24 Oz. Pkg. WATER SOFTENER . 29c SKIPPY 28Oz. Jar PEANUT BUTTER......J9c GRIFFIN COCONUT Lb. Pkg. . 49c STALEY CORN 2 Lb. Pkgs. 29c DUNCAN MINES Pkg. CAKE MIX ........... 29c SWANSON FROZEN MEAT PIES 4 For BORDENS - ALL FLAVORS FREE CONES FRIDAY AND SATURDAY IceCream % Gai. 79 CY AlCONA NEW! Swifts Premium SKIfftfSS end SHANKLESS TO FRY OR THICK TO BROIL CENTER CUTS Lb. 69 LEAN DEFATTED BUTT PORTIONS Ib. 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