The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 3
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I Jung 8, 1961 Algeria B«f .Vilson was.viutiu vrct -the weekend by Mr. and Mrs. Earl .Schimek, Miirion. .Mrs. Claris Kresensky had hei brother, James Pettigrew, Sioux Falls, S. D., as caller Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lindhorst had Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lindhorst, New Sharon, as weekend guests. Mrs. Phil Kohlhaas had Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brand and family of Clarion, as Memorial Day guests. The little daughter born to Li. jg and Mrs. Stephen Kenefick at Guam May 11 has been named Stephanie Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Scheme! have been visited by the latter's i sister, Mrs. . Ralph Menzel, Houghton, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Kuhn had Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kuhn and children of Ankeny as guests from Friday till Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray,Kramer and family spent the weekend at La Crosse, Wis., with their daughter, Rosemary, at St. Rose convent. Mrs. John Kenefick and daughter Ann are leaving Monday for a visit of a week with' the for, mejr's sister, Mrs. Jay. Mangles, Chicago. Mrs. Marie Kunz and her cous -in Esther Burke, Rochester, Minnesota, have returned from 'a so-» journ of seyeral days at Excelsior Springs, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Blossom were at Forest City Sunday .to attend the confirmation'of theii grandson, Dan Fardal, son of Mr > and Mrs. Sigurd Fardal. Mr. and Mrs. John, Homer are being visited this week by Mrs Ro'mer's sister. Mrs.'Vern James Bradenton, Fla. With her Was the father William Beck. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ladendorf took the former's mother, Mrs Lolla Ladendorf to Mason City Tuesday for an eye check, li conditions are favorable, she will enter Park hospital for removal of - cataracts. :, Jo Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Milder, left Thursday for California and will visit with her grandmother and taunt, Mrs, Ida Forbes and Margaret at Los Angeles, and with another, aunl and husband, Mr. and'Mrs. R. ,G, Paulsen at paMirada. 'She: will bo' Rone ft month. Mr. and Mrs. Howard French have returned from Phoenix. Ariz., to make their home in Algona. For the present they are living on a farm formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kramer. For a number of years tbey lived at THonka where Mr. French was a lumberman. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Byam and sons Lowell and Jerry, Jr. are leaving this week for a month vacation in ' the western states. Enroute they will visit the John Bestenlehners in Phoenix, Ariz., Gordon Ditlevsons at Los'Angel- es, and the Robert' Palmers in Seattle, Wash., all former residents of Algona. They will return in July via Glacier National Park and Canada. Graduation guests at the Erman Hansen home in honor 01 Mary Ann were Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Honsbruch, Mr. and Mrs, Art Glaser, Mrs. Thomas Young, Mrs. Bradford Buffington, Mrs. David Harig and Mi; and Mrs. Dale Baxter and son, Darrel, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansen and family, Mrs. Erman Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Baxter and Darrel attended the Hansen family re? union at the Howard Hansen home, Eagle Grove, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. . L. Hansen and children, Edmonds, Wash., visited during the past week at the Erman Hansen home. Memorial Day, the Erman Hansen, B. L. Hansen, Carl Hansen, David Harig families and Donald Glaser visited ai, the Thomas Young home at Titonka. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Hansen and ; family returned to Washington May £l. Mrs. Alma Weir observe hei birthday last week. James Andreasen is with his company of army reserves at Lincoln, Nebr,, for a period of m'aneuvers. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith hac| as picnic dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Krs. Elvin Moore and children, Greene. Mrs. R o s c o e Mawdsley is spending from Tuesday till Friday at Minneapolis with Mrs. Roy Selken, nee Thelma Horrigan. former Algonan. Howard Seely and his son, Craig, of Sioux Falls, S. D., attended the Chiviot annual picnic Sunday in Nebraska. ' Mr. • and Mrs. John Helmers were recently visited by Mr. and •Mrs. Pete Helmers and Tony Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Helmers. Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Rose Scanlan and Mrs, Phil Kohlhaas' spent the weekend at the Okobojis with Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman, who have opened their cottage for the season. Mrs'. C. N. Robinson and Mr, and Mrs. Keith Steohen of Ayrshire have returned from a few Hays visit with Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Miller at Spring Valley Minn." Mrs;. Leoriard Malueg left for Chicaeo, where shu the graduation of her tor ]Vf p ? « i p Ann Han"' 1 '"'* of Mr. and Mrs. Kenr Mr. and Mrs. Max Miller returned Wednesday from Davenport where they had been since Friday visiting with their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Maxwell Miller and with.. Mr. and Mrs. Abner Long.' Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Sr., and' Mr. and Mrs. August Slagle attended church at Spencer Sunday mornirig arid from there drove to Fort Dodge'to call on' Mrs. Marie Murtagh >at Friendship Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Streit took the group of boys to Camp Dodge to attend Boy's State. Lynn Kueck and Charles Streit of Algona high school tad Ed. Carman and -Daniel Zaugg of Garrigan high school. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Lowman have been visited by their d ( augh- tei>s-Mrs.. William : Burney, Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Wiiaam ui- iver, Portland, Ore., who accompanied Mrs. Lowman's brother, Clarence Nordstrom, Portland. Mary Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hood, is leaving next week for .Kansas City, Mo. and with her uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bonder, wii spend a month in Washington D. C. The trip is one of her graduation gifts. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Clemens o: Des Moines have visited wit! friends and relatives here and one evening were dinner guests of Mr. ad Mrs. Roscoe M'awdsley The Clemens have sold their hotel in Ackley and at present Mr Clemens is under treatment a1 the Veterans hospital, Des Moines. Daily Vacation Bible School is being held at Regular Baptist church June 5th-16th inclusive Monday through Friday. The closing program will be Sunday evening, June 18. The school is being held in the evening from 7:30 to 9:00 o'clock. All children and youth from the age of four to senior high are welcome. John, son of Mr. and Mrs. A B. Oakland, has returned to Iowa State U., Ames, after a week's vacation here. He will attend summer school and work in the chem engineering department. In July, he' will attend a national residence halls conference in New York City as a representative of the National Association of College and University Residence Halls. He was named presii dent of that organization during a convention at Stillwater, Okla.. 'n April. , BONELESS RUMP ROAST Lb. THESE WOMEN! By d'Alessio "I've yet to get back « ibwlf Iwt IrtfcU . . , ; very good *t 4MP| tfcp$«, §r* you?' ROUND STEAK 98 TUNA PIZZA FRUIT PIES CHERRY - APPLE - PEACH USDA CHOICE BEEF ROUNDS 79< 70-75 POUNDS WHOLE ROUNDS Lb. 59 CUT FOR YOUR FREEZER CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS Lb. 65c 100% PURE EXTRA LEAN GROUND BEEF 3 '^l IBS. >|29 BONELESS BEEF HEEL ROASTS 69c Lb. HOME MADE DUNCAN HINE.S CAKE MIX WHITE ~ CHOCOLATE - YELLOW HAM SALAD LB. 59 29 C HUNTS APRICOTS WHOLE - UNPEELED !< > ' SIZE CAN 25 C REUNION PORK-N-BEANS 300 SIZE CAN BLEACH 33 SUNSHINE CRACKERS HI - H O'S : 25 FOLGERS INSTANT COFFEE °° 1.19 PLANTERS COCKTAIL PEANUTS 70z. Can 33 LIBBY'S BEEF STEW 24 Oz. Can 39 FLEISHMAN'S MARGARINE Lb. Pkg. 35 NEW TEXY LIQUID DETERGENT 12 Oz, Bottle 15 HI-C FRUIT DRINK ORANGE- PUNCH PIN-GRAPEFRUIT PIN-ORANGE 46 Oz. Cans NIAGARA INSTANT STARCH 12Oz. Pkg. B-Z PRESERVES STRAWBERRY lOOz. Jars $100 LIPTON INSTANT TEA 1 1/2 OZ. Jar 49 OXYDOL Giant Size Box CALIFORNIA ORANGES Doz. 29 CALIFORNIA LEMONS Doz. 39* - POLICY - You Can Be Sure When You Shop At Fareway That You Get The Savings Advantage Of All The Lowest Prices. You'll Save CASH By Shopping At Fareway. PRICES EFFECTIVE JUNE 8TH THRU JUNE 14TH INCORPORATE D ^CONOMICAI/ FOOD DISTRIBUTION

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