The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 29, 1961 · Page 6
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(to.) fnufrday, Juftt 29, In Minnesota Burt — Burt friends were sorry to learh of Ihe sudden death following a heart .attack of Glenn Anderson at his home in Brower/ville, Minn, Friday. Final rites for Mr. Anderson who was a member of the Bun school 'faculty from 1936 through 1943, were held at Bfowerville Monday morning. • Guest Day tea The United Presbyterian Wo-: men held their annual Guest Day Tea at the church Wednesday afternoon with Naomi Junkermier registering guests from the local Methodist, church, Woden ana Lone <H6ok Presbyterian churches, also from Cedar Rapids ana Wisconsin, President,'Viola Beck- ep welcomed the guests and offered prayer. The program under the direction of Naomi Junkermier, in- eluded 4 a vocal trio, Marjorie Mawdsley, Palma Holding and, Grace Bergerud. . Devotions were by Elva Boett cher, a sextet'number, Marjorie Mawdsley, Marlene Stenzel, Evelyn Mawdsley, Palma Holding Grace Bergerud, and Virginia Becker. Guest speaker was : Mrs, Leon Blake. Virginia Becker served punch and Viola Becker poured. Kitchen hostesses were Ethel Dremmel, Maybelline Lovstad, and i committee. • Paste = -it of • Methodis , in this area will resul in several pastoral changes. Buffalo Centef-Wodeh Metho dist chui-ch will Have Kenneth A. Flflefan, formerly a student a Garretl Biblical Institute, ,as new pastor. 'tiurt-Ledyard churches will be served by W. G. Bohi, formerly pastor at Havelock. , • ,Swea City Methodist church will have as ne\v minister,>E« R Mails, formerly at Ayrshire. Other Methodist pastors of the area •: were reassigned , to their p.resertt churches. .' ' • •, El'Cajon,,; Calif, and,.Lloyd Anderson, Eskridge, Kansas, rd- tUrrted to their homes June 26 after a ID-day visit at the F. L. Pratt home. The men are coUs- Ins. of Mrs. Pratt, and were former residents of the Burt, Bancroft and Swea. City vicinities. This was their first visit back ,o their former homes in 52 years. Distant Visitors Mr., and Mrs. Mearl Winkle, El Paso, Texas, visited Friday with their grandmother, .-Mrs. Pearl Daniels, and aunt, Mrs. Clifford Holding. • Mr. and Mrs..Duane Long of Baker, Montana : \are ' spending several 1 days at' iHe Louis Seatte' and with other relatives. , '•••; New Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Heerdt became parents for the first time July 19. A 7.1b. son was born to them at St. Ann 'hospital. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Heerdt and Mr. and Mrs Bunkofske, all .of Burt. Also becoming parents for the first time recently, were Mr. and .Mrs. Jim Gade of Algona. They became- the parents. of a -son, Mrs. Gade is the former JoAnn Johnson and Mrs. : Helen Johnson is the baby's grandmother.; Visit Mr. and Mrs. Dick Anderson, Cheryl and Ronnie McMullen, Northwopd, are visiting their Jj-aridjiairehts; the G. H. McMul ens., .' '• . .•/... '! Mr. and Mrs. EuClaire Meyer were hosts in their home for supper Sunday evening to 33 guests. The. gathering was a reunion • of the five >Nemitz sisters, their children, and grandchildren. Present were the sisters, and families, Mrs. Ella Meyer, Burt, Mrs. Helene Jentz, Fenton, Mrs. Art Bierstedt, Lakota, Mrs. Hugo Mittag, .Webb, and Mrs. Ed Mitchell, Fenton, Mr. and'Mrs. Harold Eimers, 'Ringsted. Also present we.re! Mr. Eugene Meyer and sons, Mr. arid : Mrs. Dennis Long, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Map- iy, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Schramns, Fort Dodge. Eight Burt residents traveled ,o the Cities Sunday to see the Twins play the New York Yank- s'es., Making the trip were E. R. Woltfc arid Mike, Ghas. 'and Raymond' Spry,,'Mr. and Mrs. F. C. SoderbUrg, .Chas. Scott andDoug- ' las Black. ' Rev. Arthur Campney, who became an official member of the North Iowa Conference at the annual conference held this past week in Sioux City, has been assigned to the Methodist churcn at Arnolds Park. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Curtis spent Wednesday at Spirit Lake. Fred Hilton is a patient at University hospital undergoing examinations (}nd tests. Mrs. Hilton is'.-with him.. • ' • Mrs. George Manus returned home this week after having undergone major surgery at the Methodist hospital in Rochester. Mf. ahd M«. Wm. Meyer te- turhed home Friday evening af* ,te* visiting for a week with Mrs Mteyefr's sister, .Mrs. Vivian Roger's arid with other relatives at LeJdhgtbh,, 111. • Mr. and Mrs. Edwin ,Scott, Ce* dar Rapids, visited this past week tit the Charles and Louis Scott homes. ; M>. • and Mrs. Andy Phillips and family, Lincoln, Nebr. Were Weekend guests of her parents, the Robert Moores. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller and grandchildren, Titopka, spent several dayd this past week at Vacation Village at Okoboji. Mr. Miller, attended ,a Felco Lakes Peed conference. Members of the Fidelas Class met with Alice Cole July 28 Minerva Curtis had charge of the jrogram. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Hopkins, ?redricksburg, spent several lays with her sister and husband, Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Miller. Mrs. Harold Becker left early Sunday for Lafayette, Indiana. She will represent the local 'resbyterian Women at the an- uial National Convention of Jnited 'Presbyterian Women bong held this week. Larry Huickley arrived homo 'hursday to spend a 3-week va- ation with his parents, the Al iinckleys. Marilyn Hinckley Oakdale, also sppnt the weekend at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter flew to Dayton, Ohio Thursday. They are attending the 'first reunion of World* War I aviators. There were just two attending from Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hanson David, Bruce and June lef Thursday for Ashley, N. D where they will visit until a/te the ' 4th with her parents, Mi and Mrs., John M. Geiszler. O June 23 they attended the lOtl class reunion at St. Luke's hos pital.at Fargo. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Olson, Blu Earth, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gar man, Jr. and family^ Sioux Falls S. D. visited Friday, evening a the Larry Holding home. Thi Garmans are leaving this nex week for California where the> will make their home. They also visited his parents, the Wm. Gar mans, Sr. in Algona. At Insurance Picnic • Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Berninghaus, of West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sanders, West Bend, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Paul Berninghaus of Fort Dodge, and Gary Sanders of Des Moines, attended a picnic for agents and officers of the American Farmer Mutua Casualty & Life Ins. Co. of Des Moines. recently. MIMEOGRAPH PAPER, all sizes, colors — Upper Des. Moines Pub. Co., Algona. ANNOUNCEMENT! I am pleased to announce that I will become the new leasee of the Standard Oil Service Station in Algona, formerly managed by John Hopkins, effective SATURDAY, JULY 1. The business will then be known as STRAYER STANDARD SERVICE. I was a tank man for 16 years, so this business is not new to me. A cordial invitation i* extended to John's customers to continue using this station's service. I also will be happy to be of service to new patrons. Your patronage will be appreciated! RALPH STRAYER THANK YOU...! I wish to take this opportunity to express a big THANK YOU to all the people who patronized me during the past 13 years. I am deeply grateful for the trust you have placed in me while in business in Algona. I also wish to extend my very best wishes to my successor, Ralph Strayer. I am sure he will operate the kind of service station you will desire to patronize. Again, FhVnks, folks! JOHN HOPKINS I IN OIL Sardines 6 Tins SURE JEL 2 Pkg. 75c STUFFED OLIVES ...:......... 29c FREE - 25 GREEN STAMPS - FREE FREE 25 GREEN STAMPS FREE 25 GREEK1 STAMPS SALAD DRESSING MIRACLE WHIP 'QUART A-l TOILET TISSUE 16 Rolls sfflO HORMEL'S SPA 39 WEINER OR HAMBURGER BUNS :....... Pkg. 23c __^_____^_^ i SUGAR .... II Ik 98c FLAVORITE 6 Oz. CHOC. CHIPS Ifc ROBIN 25 LB. SACK FLOUR SUN CREST ORANGt POP 29 CARTON OF 6 KING SIZE Canned Pop Iflc per can 6 FLAVORS HI-C Orange Itoz. cans 11 WELCH Welchade 3 Tall Cans CHOICE CUTS Beef Roast Lb. FRESH LEAN Ground Beef Lbs. SWIFT'S PREMIUM ALL MEAT SKINLESS FRANKS 1 Ib. CELLO ARMOUR'S STAR PICNICS 5 Lb. Can. Ready To Eat SWIFT'S PREMIUM BAC 2Lbs. THICK SLICED SWIFT/S CERVELAT ; SUMMER SAUSAGE Half or Whole Stick LB. COOK OUT MEATS CLUB STEAKS T-BONE STEAKS BAR-B-QUE RIBS RIB EYE STEAKS mmmmm ROSEDALE OR FESTIVAL ICE CREAM 25FREE GREEN STAMPS WITH EACH 1/2 GALLON FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE JUICE 5 Cans • THICK CUT SIRLOIN • SPLIT BROILERS • CUBED STEAKS • GROUND BEEF TENDER JUICY THRIFTY BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED - NO EXTRA. CHARGE SEA MIST LEMONADE 8 Cans $1.00 GOLDEN BANANAS 12c Lb. CALIFORNIA . ORANGES 3 Dozen $1.00 PRICES QQQp THRU MONDAY .... C1QSEP TUESDAY, JI/I.Y 4TH.

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