The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 4, 1961 · Page 2
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A fcitfr ift' ' 4V.-. (Id.) Upgfel'Jtei Mb!ne» Thurtdey, May 4, 1961 irlhday Observed ,• *<Mf8 Leo Steven gave a, party Saturday "afternoon hon&ring the bttthday of Mrs'Harvey, stevdn. ;her guests were Mrs J. B. Asia, ra Ellen Bjustrom, IVJrs Ed Blunter, Mrs Laura Benschoter, Mrs Dave Leffert, Mrs Lloyd Muckey, and Mrs John Seefeld. The time was spent socially. In further celebration of the anniv- etsty Mrs and Mrs Harvey Steven, Mr and Mrs Leo Steven arid James were, dinner guests, Sunday of Mr 'and Mrs Everett Steven at Sexton. Mrs Smith Hostess "Mrs -J. P. Smith was hostess to hef birthday club Friday after- n&bn. • Members of the club are M&sdames Ed Blunier, Lawrence Gfllespie, Walter" Klamp, C. R. Juiston, H. S. Montgomery, Perry, Elizabeth Post, How- asd Plait, Rose Sigsbee and .Frank Vehu Mrs J. P. Smith entertained hEr canasta club monday after : nobn. Members are Mrs Lenore Htitz, Mrs Frank Sterling and Mrs Townseftd Club Activity A Benefit card party was held at the hohie of Mi 1 and Mrs Chester Willey, April 25. rive .tables Were in play, with prizes going to Mrs Marion Hennesy, Robert Willey, T. J. Fisher, Mrs Peggy Frink, Paul Richardson and Mrs A. M. Anderson. Lunch was served. Assisting Mrs'Willey were Mrs Rose Hanson, Mildred Willey and Mrs Lola Ladendorf f. Next meeting is May 9, at the Anderson home.' Miss Hutchison, 9 • . Jennelee Hutchison; daughtei of Mr and Mrs Ernest ; Hntchlsbn, was given a party Sunday, April 16, honoring her ninth birthday. Guests at a theatres party followed by refreshments at the Chrome were Lynn Buchanan, Julie Chris- chilles. Susan Kent; Jo Ellen Pittman, Diane Levy, Kathy Wibben and Debbie. Games were played at the home. ; ifqse Sigsbee. S£rve Breakfast Rebekahs are serving breakfast Saturday morning and hlnch in the Izack, Walton rooms Saturday, May 5. Breagfast will be served beginning' at 8:30 and . lijncn beginning at 11. This is foi 1 the public. Attend Confirmation iMrs Louise Peter accompanied Mr and Mrs Joe Olson of Thor to Lotts Creek Sun.' Where they attended the confirmation of Mrs Bier's grandchildren, David Peter Bd Carol, Zun1ach., At Family Reunion Mr and Mrs J. P. Smith were at Storm Lake Sunday attending a family reunion at Mr and Mrs John Rohlk's Others in attendance were Mr and Mrs E.M Wiese, Pocahontas, Mr and Mrs Chester Hedlund, of Sioux City, Mrs Richard Rigennitter, of Washta, and Mrs Elsie Wiese, of Hoi- stein. Most* Krtiiilng Club Mrs Virgil "Qurider entertained her knitting' club Monday after- noott. Bridge Hostess Mrs Don Prieskorn* entertained her bridge club Monday evening. Nancy Hippen Of Lu Verne Is Engaged to Wed LuVerne — Mrs Albert Hippen Sr., of LuVerne anounces the engagement of her daughter, Nancy, to Bob Ferrill, sdn of Mrs Frank Ferrell of Fort Dodge and the late Mr Ferrell. Miss Hip-pen's father was "the late Albert piJen,:r. . >,- / , No date has bgen f fehcssti far the wedding. ' ' •'\ - . •/ Miss>Hlfipen ft. a gridu&tef &f LuVerne CorrffhuWty h%h,S6ho8l. She is employed' -by tfi&* Web'Stef County _Extension Service, inJ£or,t Dodge. ,'" l ~ "' Mr-Terrell, a 'ForV Obd|e high school graduate, is employed 'Irt Fort "Dodge. "" "j Child r Bapiized , '-/r A fafrijly dinner was held Sunday in the Mr ahd Mrs. Blumer Sr., home to the baptism of Daniel Ja Mr and Mrs Norland BlUriier > '6i Fort Dodge. The service was fcf the Bethel Lutheran church in. Fort Dodge with the Rev.* L'blhaf Braeunig officating.'The sponsors were uncle and aunt of the baby; Robert G. H. Bluitter, LuVerh'^ and Mrs Don Callins'. of Liver| more. Guests were Mr and Mrs, Norland BlUmer, g re a t-graiid[ mother, Mrs Frank Kopeky. of Fort Dodge, grandparents Mr,, and Mrs Miltcm Wifeox, ,Mi tfncl Richard Wiled*, Eagle Grove, Hr and Mrs JaJnes. Blumli-, Cle*r Lake, Mr anil Mrs Don fi&lii«S, Livermore, Mr &nd'Mr§ Robert G. H.. Blumer, Mr and Mrs Del- j»ine. .Blumer, ^Mrs Eileen, Ernst, ,LuVerne and thfer families afternoon callers were \ Mr and Mrs* Henry Pergande of LuVerne," • '"Mvu Ka'tKerlne ^Buftis of Webster City Visited friends in Lu- Verne and looked after her farm ''tenanted by- the' August Elbeftfe; , '4 k Mr and Mri Churchill Seerby. &E jSumners called on friends >here Thursday. They are former residents here. They came for the Airteral'of MilO Miller. ,iMr"and Mrs'Lawrence 0., Mi- led in the Mr end Mrs Harry fehd Mrs B. fi. Martin -werei irt Des Moines Saturday attending the Drake Relays. •• • • , >Mf find Mrs William Leach v cal* letf ih the Mr and Mrs -Harry Lichty home. They were ehroutd to their home in Armstrong aftef speftdiftg thg wintef in Phoenix, Arizona. Mt a&d liis Judean ^Veltha and'tlilldren of Roudall were Weekend visitors in the parental •Edwin Marty home, Mrs Kate Barton accompanied her daughter, ,Mr and Mrs Dwight; -fiardgro'vfes of Fort D6dge td Lake Mills Sunday to Visit Iheif"gr"ands6h and son, Kr bnd Mrs Ralph Hargroves family. The occasion was the first birthday of April Lee, their first great ferandbfiild and , grandson. Mfs B&ttofl r%turtred With them for a weeks yfrit ih.Fert Dodge. Mr ! ah& M^fs-Raymond Long m Dayton, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Long of Cowrie and families visited' Sunday with their aunt, Mr and Mrs Bert Thomas family. . Mr and Mrs Earl Thompson and;girls of Mason City visited his mbther Mrs Mabel Thompson Sunday. eVerting. "Sunday guests in'the M!r and Mrs.'.-J, O, Cox home were their daughter Mr and Mrs Roger Hei- 'tef Snd b6ys of lfumbord!j Mr and Mrs 1 3> K,, HoUgh- and Ja-j leiM t>f &***•:. '•• • J Janet Cox"fi«d her-roommate, ,Cinda Lee Brudeh of Jeffersj Minn., were weekend 'guests in the parental J. p. Cpx Ijqme, The girls attend the" Teachers College 1 at Mafikatoi Minn,'\ ' Irvin H. Chapman and. August JT. Pergande" were in Bbone Sun-j day to attend-an eighth District Convention of the" Iowa" Dep^t-l ment of the AthericaftyLegibni They Sre veterarts 6f Wd/Td Wa^' I. Mr. Chapman &teo sef»6d irt- WotWWarll. •''?.- ] Leoft Merritt of.AlgonSl 'aha well-known by LuVerne 'friends is reported a medical patient in Foft Dodge" Lutheran hospital. % ' Mr and Mrs Donald -Raber 'and girls visited •%their ion Jerry ?Ra-' bef, studeht^at'Df'ake Univfersltyj Des 'Moines, Suhdsiy',. Jerry wad hospitalized Wednesday tb Sunday with a Virus infection. He is now, improving, r ' i Frank- M'oeding entered , the Veterans-—, ihis wet&k.fd * Mf arid MIB */«•«"" " DV 'T^ C and son Canny tfffCedaf Rapids visited fiter patents, Mi-'Md'Mfs LaWreBCe' Miller family Sunday. Mr Shd Mrs KgnHeth^Striplin'g and sen Settt df. pftnbxify Were weekend guests In-the parental Mrs Jessie S*trilplirt{t and Mr and Mrs Gordoii aregbry hoffles. Mrs Cora Koss of . Htimboldt was a wsfekend guest of her brother, Mf and Mrs Edward Hof. Mr - Sfld Mrs L'oyd't&rsoh and Carolyn' were in Dofi Moines attending a showing .of the BJock and Bridle club horse shew at the Des Moines Fairgrounds. Their son, Gerald, a- junior at' -Iowa Stale University at Ames, was on the committee of thfe planning ot the shoW: Gerald leaves May 28 on a 36-day trip into 20 states Kr and Mrs Richard Hewitt' visited Mrs Frances —Wolfe of West Behd. a 1 surgical patient in a Fort Dodge hospital. Mrs Wolfe is a sister of Mr Hewitt. Attend Anniversary Mr and Mrs Walter Heerdt and Mr and Mrs Allen Wagner, Ma'rg- ared Heerdt and Walter Heerdt Jr., went to Fairmont, Minn: Saturday evening to : attend the' twenty-fifth wedding anniversary :elebration of Mi' and Mrs Dale Blair, of Swea City. - : ] IS ELECTRIC FREEZER :: MONTH IN ALGONA A Yankee Named Birdseye It All ••--..•-•. v • £ Back in 1931, at the height of the Great Depression, | a hungry and inventive Yankee named Clarence Birdseye, who lived in Gloucester, Mass., got the wild idea that he could freeze string beans and strawberries from his garden and eat them later on. Most folks laughed. Birdseye kept experimenting, and finally hit on the process of 'quick-freezing.' At first people thought nothing more of Birdseye's process than a way to have a few strawberries in January, just for kicks. But Birdseye plugged on, and soon he proved that everything from asparagus to huckleberries could be sharp frozen for later use. £ Home Freezer Means Better Living For Less :: Within a few years after Birdseye's 'invention', the emphasis shifted to something far more significant — the fact that quick freezing would permit homemakers to serve garden-fresh vegetables and other seasonal foods the year 'round. Soon quick-freeze took in meats, and later on baked goods of all kinds. Today, the housewife thinks nothing of cooking a double meal at one time — then popping half of it in her electric home freezer for serving at a future date. Arc You Missing Benefits of Freezer Living? An electric home freezer is just like having a 'supermarket' right in your kitchen. It holds garden-fresh produce and fruits, meats of all kinds, ready-cooked meals, baked goods, cakes, pies, treats for the kids, even leftovers that aren't just left-overs any more! And an electric home freezer is available to you 24 hours a dayi Why not enjoy 'freezer living' — you'll be meals and money ahead. You'll eat better for less. It takes only a penny's worth of electricity to run your freezer four hours, See your Algona electric appliance dealer now, in May, for a better freezer buyl FREE! FREE! FREE! . ':, Station-Wagon Load of Frozen Foods FREE J Register at any Algona electric appliance dealer's I Store (there are 8 of them). No purchase necessary. On * June 1, one lucky name will be drawn from all those registered and a station-wagon packed to the roof with $50.00 worth of frozen foods will deliver its load free to that person's home! Think of it — a wagon-load of frozen foods, and YOU might be the winner! Algona Municipal Utilities "A.M.U." in NATIONAL'S You can a&f up wfapp&g bTg Mvfngt at >Na»?bnat! Ev«ry famou* trand fhera U sporting a special price—and National rtdela more famous \ fcfartdj than jou ever laid «y*» en. 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GRADUATION OR CHRISTMAS ' Heinz Garden Fresh FROZEN CUT BROCCOLI. FRENCH FRIES, CHOPPED or LEAF STINACH £ f f YOUR CHOICE . TOP TASTE-CHICKEN. TVUCEY. REEF POT PIES KRLOGG-S — 17-ot. Corn Flakes N*foo — 16-ot. Salad Dressing ftoy.fty Hoaw — Mb. 3« Peanut Butter Amwican D«!uit — |-tK Coffee jwp INSTANT ORANG Rich in C Vitamins .... 3 7-02. JARS SPRY 3-Lb. Can , GERBER'S P*JU«« C«IM«|* Strained BODy FOODS CANS 59 Swan Liquid 22.* 65 e Breeze URGE PKS. .„ „. 35 e Lux Liquid n<*. 65 C Rinso BluefcW.^ 2 & e C ~£ OC C OUrt 6i«n» Pig. ,., Op Wicl^ 71 e VV I5K Quart ..».,....,,,..... * » Blue All ,0.1, B,* ...JV* LUX Toilet Soap ,....*. 3 5£ 31° Pin«appl»-Orang«, Orange or Grap* jl IVPllM, KETCHUP "' The worWs largest ' felling ketchup •with the can't-be-copied flavor CAMPBELL'S BARBECUE BCflRS IN RICH SAUCE GARDEN FRESH Sweet Peas ... GARDEN FRESH Tomatoes ?«<*.. 14-OZ. BOTTLE... 4 ,* CftC NATCO SECTIONS OF A fl . . JJ», te 69 ( Grapefruit ....-„.i & TO. 7 04 COCK-0-THE-WALK JT '', A A, £ $ 1 Apricot Halves 4 JS, 89 A «4 NATCO Sliced or H«lv« **• A ACft 6 £ $ 1 Cling Peaches O 1 ^ 95' Softee WHITE OR COLORS TOILET TISSUE ROLLS ' f f."s f I A.-4«, JUST CAN'T^ BVY_ FRESHER, WNERJRQD^VE! LUX Toilet Soap Handy 2 Both «J* siz» 41 c ». ifXAS RED O* WHITE «* ««'. jieUSOTEWI Oropefruit^. .10^45^ R«li5hf$ 6»«#»T<*, l«*'^,< A0

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