The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1961
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.Mohicd Starr. Kathleen CJriff- iti iihd. Mrs. Mel.Urittih attend-^ e'd the' 19B1. annual convention oi the Iowa Federation of Business- and Professional Women'$ Clubs in Des-Homes May 26, 2i ^Hd 28. Doro'thy v Woodcock succeeds Miss Starr, who has been jiresideftt of tHe* local club the past year, Mids Griffin has completed two years as state financb chairman. Next year she will be director of .district 6, which includes 9 clubs in this area. Dorothy Cogley will be secretary- treasurer for district 6. Schullz Rounion The annual Schtillz family rt>- union was held Sunday, June 4, at the home of Mrs. Glenn, Zwei* (el. .Those attending' from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Freder-- ick Schultz : and Dawn, l<phe Stock,, Mr. and -Mrs, Melvin .Ricki ancl -Keyin, Titpfik'ci, L.MeS.-, Joe GrpSs,- Mr. and'Mrs. J>4ke: Sjtiith and Carole Weirier ; and J'bhn povstad, Burt, Mr..and Mrs. Merrill Zweifel and family; Phillip Seaberg and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Zweifel and Mark, Wesley, Mr and Mrs. Clettis Zweifel and family, Woden. Family Reunion • A Godfredson family reunion is being held Sunday and among those coming from a distance will be Mr. and Mrs. Claude Dennis. ;Kansas City,'Mo., -and Mr. and Mrs. George Kinkki and Sherry, Des Moihes, who will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dettman. Mrs. Dennis will be remembered as Frances Godfredson, ddugh- ter of the late Mr., and Mrs. Andrew Godfredson, who grew to young girlhood here. Graduation Honors : The Joe Cogleys held a reception for friends and relatives, a week ago Sunday after Garrigan graduation, in . honor of theii daugnter, Mary Helen. Mr. and Mrs. James Cogley, Kirk ano Kathy, Davenport, and Mrs. Fred Marquis of Waterloo', came the day before graduation, and Di. Marquis flew up Sunday, to attend the ceremonies. Garden Club Met Mrs. Howard tieely was hos* toss to .the Garden Ciub Monday afternoon. Guests ivei'e Helen Paetz, Violet Davis knd 'Mrs Kyle Keith. Fifteen members were present. Mrs. C. R. McQiils- ton and Mrs. William DaU gave the program. Refreshments wert served and Mrs. Kyle Keith poUred. Honor Daughter In honor of her graduation from Garrigan high sciiool i WfrCrt ago Sunday, Mr/ and Mrs. Gene Hood gave a ditliier at the Algeria hotel honoring then daughter Mary Jean. Thirty relatives find close friends were llie guests. Mary JeaH 'will enter St. Tliero&S. Mllege at Minn, itf the' fall. ' Slower Konoree , -\ Mrs.' Gene Hood, L'rs., Gertie 1 Ferris, Mrs. W.: A., Hall Mrs.; Oliver Johnson, Delia .and .Edith Welter' gave a' mis'celltiheoiis shower Tuesday evening for Sharon De Grpote, who will be mrirricd July 2 to Jerry Cowah. Thirty-five guests enjoyed the courtesy. The evening was .spent at Court Whist. House Parly Mrs. F. C. Scanlan entertained at a house party at 'her cottage at the Okobojis .last week from Wednesday till Friday. Guests were Mrs. James Everds, Mrs. Harold G i 1 m o r e, Mrs. Joei Herbst, Mrs. H. M. Smith and Mrs. Matthew Streit. Jfinlci Wagner, id ,' Jaiiice,. daughter of Mr. end Mm Alien" Wagner, celebrated her thirteenth birthday Thursday, June' 1, arid had as supper guests ^.Lirida Buscher, Patty Clnfe. Margaret Glaser, Miaraia Grhtttljenhett,'' Madonna Heihen, Shirley Heimer, Maureen Lynch, Hazel McEnroe, Coiihie MolScbk, Janet MdUllire, Stiai-oh rtdethler, and Eileen Reilly. Three Birthdays •• • ' — The birtiidays of Daryl Giscn 11, Virginia Gisch, 14, and Bill Specht, Jr., 17, were observed SUHday at the home.of Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Oisch., ents of each and the' ents, Mr.' Jt«d Mhi. Gisch, Sr., were In Attend Wedding ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Beecher Lajie tended the , .weddliig Sft evdHing a't KeiHtteeK ..of Smith, son m Mfyafld ft Smith, to jSKaran fie bridegroom Is a hejihe Lahe. l ciufa Club ...... . Chrlstensen Margaret GlasM, liS Margaret,. Mrs, ArthUr thirteenth June 6, ahi ty guests L Lichteig, Jit! II-P Wagrter. Mrs. ChnHes , LaBatre lajned her biiihdlty club Tuesday .ifternooh. .dtnefr, members are " c<l 1.1,1 llUUilt t\S\,l Mrs. Russell", Geigei, Mrs. Lyle Kntherihe PjiHts, ' Pittman, atii^ .Ml Cards wrote " Fred es, %s. fimmtt )>served a Sy 30 and lap® m, fi|I,M>s. «. Wfflk > JH| jgteifc j»« H», ««4 M?. 8Ha 01. Joe Ly nd ttMUly. Ai Mr. *ihd MH.- Pefb Byam and family atteriaed,tt.,famUy dipher &nd farewell prty Ifist week Suhday at. ftu'sfIn, ,Miiih,, • at. the M. P. Adfiffis ,Kdthe, to honor, ot the tettfer'S hffefte, JSKet Adams, Four Corners Club . , 'he Foiir Corners Mothers ana Daughters club meets June 8 at. 2:30 at the St. Thomas Episcopal church. It is guest day and hostesses are Mrs. Jerome Eisenbarth, Mrs. Eldon Shaw arid Mrs. Henry Schultz. The program its in charge of Marlys Bjustroir and Beverly Kuecker. Brunch Scheduled • Mrs. Wendell ' French, IVTrs Fred Kent, Sh,-Mrs.' Fred Kent, Jr.', and Mrs. A. M. Quintard are entertaining at a brunch- bridge at the Country Club Tuesday, June .13. , f a ins fhunday, June A, ,f?6l ROBW A brave Mother robin built her nest ih a strange spot, the top of <a gns tank back of the home of Mrs. Florence Herman of As soon as* Mrs. Herman noticed the nest she began to worry about their gns supply because they haven't the slightest intention of having a refill whili the mother bird is on the nest TICKETS and carbon cash register rolls at the Uppei Des Moin°s Pub. Co.. AlRona. QM M<HOa.t r S **»iit'^ J.-.^' .';t !:;H. ' u 1st ANNIV LARRY ^i!l.Beckqr /): the bufeher qnd_BrandpapPy ^ TWIN BQYS, is ielebfating Ldrry's arid Garry's birthday. He's so jubilant . ~. ... yet almost dellflsus that He's "giving away" meat this weekend, gs indicated by the IbW, low prices b4lo"vv. /'I've thrown away the price boJjfk", Becker Says. Jo» fschetter, tjie boss at Consumer's, also is ceiebraHrig the twins birthday by otferlrtg| sizzling TWIN VALUES 1 Make Consumer's your food Shopping Center this weekend. GARRY YOU, TOO, CAN HAVE TWINS! Buy "Two-of-a-Kind at Special Savings TWIN SALE . _ | •••^••••••^••^•^HB* ALL MEAT FRANKS VELVEET A > i i' <^* an gl CHEESE TWIN SALE NISSEN LARD TWIN .SALE ORIOLE BACON TWIN BLUE BONNET MARGARINE 2 Lbs. TWIN SALE CARNATION CHEESE CHOICE BEEF QUARTERS — YOUNG HEIFER BEEF ; . » CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE DUNCAN MINES CAKE MIX JWIN SALE 2 • WHITE • YELLOW • DEVILS FOOD VANITL FAIR FACIAL TISSUE TWIN SALE 500 Count We'll give $5 in cash for Each Uangc or Dryer or $10,00 in cash for each Water Heater sold FRIDAY or SATURDAY During "Shower of Bargains", The units miist he gas appli* ances and installed for natural gas but can be purchased in ANY ALGONA Appliance store. We will pay you on receipt of the sales slip and ticket! NORTH PUBLIC "YOUR GAS COMPANY" CASE LOT SALE HAPPY HOST VEGETABLES KIDNEY BEANS • HOMINY PINTO BEANS • RED BEANS CHILI BEANS • PORK & BEANS 9 GREAT NORTHERN BEANS CASE 24 No. 300 Size Cans GUARANTEED NONE HIGHER THAN - FREE - FREE - 50 GREEN STAMPS-FREE-FREE- 1 Lb, Box 29* MRS, CLARKS SALAD DRESSING Quart ROSEDALE OR FESTIVAL FREE 25 GREEN STAMPS WITH iACH Vfc QAL SLICED OR HALVES HUNT'S PEACHES FOR TWIN SAL* 59c AMERICAN BEAUTY PORK & BEANS 40 Oz. Cans TWIN SALE 57c JUICE SALE PINE-GRAPEFRUIT ORANGE DRINK GRAPE DRINK MIX OR MATCH BAKERS DOZEN DONUTS PACKAGE OF 13 CALIFORNIA ORANGES 3 Dozen SEEPIESS AYACODOS 4 for lie ONSUMERS LOW PRICES EVERY DAY CANTELOUPE I for 49c Frssh Peaches Bing Cherries Fresh times Honey Dew Mebn«

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