The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 25, 1961
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* May 2S, 1»61 AI Bt>fta (| a .) Upper bat Hall of Phoenix, Ariz. is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waiter'Hall here. I ,; -"-U— . ' .. .-v- •: •'! : , Mfs. A. J. Eason is hostess today to the U. P. W. circle program leaders study group, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Heimer and family went to Rochester Sunday to visit the'former's mother •find, brother. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Waller Klamp Spent Sunday si Swea City attending a reunion of the Eisen•Berger family. •'.; . ' •. . —o— ; John Charles, infant son of "Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bestenlehner, Was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. , '•'.i . • • ". *-=-o— ' ' V Mrs. John Cash and Mrs. C. L. Plott are entertaining at a des- 'sert luncheon today (Thursday) at the Algon® Hotel. . —o— •i Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nem- rtiers have harried their ne\v son, Martin Eugene. He was born May '•12 at St. Ann hospital. '-.' , —o— • •• v Cindy Hardy, student at Man- -kato State College, spent the weekend here with her parents, <Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Hafdy. .'.. ' — o—• First banns of marriage have 'been published at St. .Cecelia's .Catholic church for., Charles J. Lickteig, Algona, 'and Helen M. Gim?6, Radcliffe. ' ':' •'•,• ..'.•'' •—°— • ;....•• < Mrs. J. P. Smith was hostess to the Big Six Birthday club .Wednesday at a pot-luck supper. Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee's-birthday was observed. '••• Mrs. Howard Platt will be hostess to the Happy Birthday club Friday afternoon. Anniversaries to be observed are Mrs. Frank 'Vera's and Mrs. W. J. Sigsbee's. , —o— Msgr. P. P. Gearen will be host ^his evening (Thursday) at a 6:30 dinner in St. Cecelia's Acaremy for the members of the church's ndult choir and the ushers and ' iheir wives. Linda Buscher had an emergency appendectomy Friday at St. Ann hospital. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Buscher and is in the seventh grade at St. Cecelia's Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Langfitt had, ^,as their weekend guests, Mr. ! and 'Mrs. James Klein and Debbie, Ricky and Jo Ellen, 'Dubuque. Debbie returned . home'' 'after spending three weeks with her grandparents here. Mrs. Mary Guderian is expected to arrive soon -from Phoenix, Ariz. She will Be r 'abcomp;anied by Tdm ahfl Jde Hutchihsdn, Who will spend the surrtme'r. he"re with tHeir grandparents! Mf. artd Mrs. Frank Vera. - Loona Smith attended a conference of the Wdslyan Service Guild at Cedar Rapids recently and was re-elected Secretary 6f missionary education. Ila Bilsborough was re"-'eleeted to the nominating committee. Mrs. Al Agena, Mrs. Leo Gassell, Mrs. Dean Parrott, Mrs. Jim Milder, Mrs. E. C. McMahon, Mrs. Ralph Miller, Mrs. Clarence Fowler and Mrs. F. C. Scanlon were hostesses at two parties Monday and Tuesday at the Algona Country Club. • . ,—o—* ..• • Mary Bradley had an emergency appendectomy Saturday at St. Ann hospital. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bradley arid a member of the-graduating class at Garrigan high school It is hoped that she will be sufficiently recovered to attend commencement Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Hobson of Fort Dodge were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrl Harold Hobson. Mrs. Hobson and daughter, Mrs. Harold Schumacher went to .West Union Sunday evening and then to Iowa City where the latter is having a check-up^ at University ho'SpitaL Siri Norton, Cindy Hardy and Jean Sires were hostesses at a pre-nuptial shower for Jo Ann Muckey Saturday evening at the Richard Norton home. Miss Muckey will be married to Barney Erdmari in California in mid- June. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Muckey, will go to California with her Vacation Bible School plans have been announcd at First Methodist, church here. > - The school will be held in the mornings, June 5 through 16. Teachers will be Mrs. Newton Coughenour, Mrs. Jerry Anderson, Mrs. Gary Grote, Mrs. Walter Peterson, Mrs, Eugene Bramley, Mrs. William Stock, Mrs. Cecil Snyder, Mrs. L. L. Snyder, Mrs. Eppo Bulten, Mrs. Herb Hedlund, Mrs. Richard Beisell, Mrs. Max Bartholomew, Mrs. L. L Riter, Mrs. Everett Batr, Mrs. Sheridan Cook/^mrs. Wes Bartlett, Mrs? Arnold Hill, Mrs. James Fitzpatrick and Mrs. George Harris. A free nursery will be 'provided at the Jerry Anderson home for small children of the teachers. „, SOftBT In these butter-soft shoes, with , \ their, fashionably comfortable 'heels, you take the great outdoors In stride. A combination last and cushioned sole give you that wonderful walking-on-Air Step-. feeling. the shoe with the magic sole 9 ALL SIZES • ALL WIDTHS « ALL AT THE NEW LOWER PRICES BROWN bill SHOESTORE ALCONA. IOWA AMS0NA '— P* 10 " 6 ^ •rfw^^Rr.-' )QWA| WEEK-END AHEAD... CLOSED ALL DAY TUESDAY, MAY 30 FOR DECORATION DAY HILAND POTATO CHIPS Lg. Twin Pack Bag LIBBY'S PEACHES LIBBY'S PEARS 303 SIZE CANS HI-C DRINK ORANGE 46 Oz. CAN GEDNEY SALAD DRESSING• "i ,t FLOOR W£X*| AERO WAX 1/2 Gal. SEVEN UP 29 REGULAR SIZE CARTON OF 6 PLUS DEPOSIT NORTHERN 2 Roll Pkg. PAPER TOWELS HORMEL'S SPAM 12 Oz. ^fi|c CAN 1iiW, ARCHWAY COOKIES.. 3 Pkgs. 89c HIAWATHA - Regular or Kosher DILL PICKLES WHITE 40 Count PAPER PLATES 43* REYNOLDS ALUMINUM 18 In. Wide MA BROWN HAMBURGER OR HOT DOG RELISH Fir SNIDERS FRENCH'S MUSTARD STRINGS LARGE CANS NIBLETS CORN DEL MONTE PEAl 303 Size Cans HORMEL'S CHILI 15Oz. CANS DINTY MOORE BEEF STEW 24 Oz. CAN PAGE NAPKINS 200 Count Pkg. REUNION PORK & BEANS. 2'/2 SIZE CANS 300 SIZE CANS HAMBURGER OR HOT DOG BUNS . 3 Reg. Pkgs. Of 8 for 69c CLIFFCHAR CHARCOAL STILLWELL 5 — 10 Oz. Pkgs. STRAWBERRIES :. $1.00 FRESH CUT UP CAL IDA SHANKLESS DEFATTED FRENCH FRIES RED RIPE WATERMELON WHOLE OR BUTT HALF HAM H>. 59 Canadian BACON READY TO EAT SMALL SIZE "A" GRADE EACH Turkey ">• 39 TASTEGOOD AMERICAN CHEESE SPREAD PICNIC SPECIALS HAM Salad LB. POTATO Salad LB. COTTAGE Cheese LB. - POLICY - You Can Be Sure When You Shop At Fpreway That You Get The Saving} Advantage Of All The Lowest Pricesi You'll Save CASH By Shopping At Fareway. PRICES EFFECTIVE MAY 25TH THRU MAY 31ST DJ3TRIBUTJQN

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