The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1961 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 27, 1961
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:,'V^;-.. Algona (fa,) Upper 0« M«ln»*-3 . ,„?. „ ,. J , r £ ... .,.:&. .-^.5.. Recently, , ' , ** » Pictuied above are Mr and Mrs Victor Hansen. who were married July 11 at 9:30 in St. John's church, Bancroft, with Msgr. J, H; Schultes officiating. The new .Mrs Hansen is the former AMce Jean MenHe, daughter of ME and Mrs Richard Menkfe,. Bancroft. Mr Hanson is 'the son of, Mr and Mrs Ben Hansen, Whittemore. . Mrs Menlce is a registered nurse at Passavanit Memorial Hospital, Chicago, and'Mr Menke is with American Airlines in Chicago. Following a wedding 'trip to, the wesit' coast the couple are at home in Chicago. (Glenn's Studio Photo—UDM Engraving) LOCALS '."<.«» Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Perciva: and family spent the weekend at their cabin at the Okobojis. Mrs. Catherine Krieps was hostess to her card club Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Nick Fisch and Mrs, Annie' Wagner won -prizes in 500. Larry. Bowman phoned from Boston, Mass., Monday that ht. was leaving Tuesday for th^ • Artie region. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bowman, Sr. -, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hemphil! and four children of La Mesa. Oalif. spent two weeks with the formers mother, Mrs. 'W, P. Hemphill and sister, Mrs. R.,A. Cowan. - •'.''•' Mrs. Rose Wesillng and Laver* la a«a"':1VIr. 'a'tiM MrsVviRayrnoffi! Westlint and family went, tc Stratford Sunday to attend funeral services for Harold Peterson. Mrs. Don Baade and children of Titonka spent a day last week with the grandmother and grandfather, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ostrum, and, were joined for the day by the mother, Mrs. Elliott Skilling. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Dermano drove to Omaha Sunday to visit a cousin who is shortly returning to Greece, on a visit. She came from the same village there as did Alex some 47 years ago. Richard Palmer and John Platt returned Monday from Rhode Island where they took e course on Africa at the University at Kingston. They cami home via Massachuctts and Ver mont, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Lichler and the letter's father, John Arndorfer, returned from a trip to Washington, D. C. and Silver Springs, Md., where they visited Major and Mrs. Gordon Loebig Major Loebig is stationed in the Pentagon. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Lefferl were "\sited Friday by the lat^ ter's nieces, Mr. and Mrs. A.' B. Tweeten, Swea City, and Mrs, Esther Gilsdorf, Valley City. Mr. and Mrs.' Arthur Gade entertained guests, in honor, of thei) daughter, Eunice, who is'visitinf, from Baltimore. Those .present' were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Peterson, Patty an.d Mark, Mr.; and Mrs. Duane Lieb, .Karen 'and Sheryl. - u . Larry Wolootl is coming Eri. day from Baltimore, Md., "for e visit of a week with hjs fathei and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ed, ^ol-. cott and Mr. and Mrs. Claytor Pittman and Mr. and Mrs. Del,-, mar Kern. Othejt. guests '. will- br Mr. and •' Mrs. Robert Harvey California. . ' G. F. Towne' went io Omahf, T.ujisday 'where he met hir daughter Mrs. / Robert Clapper and sons, Jonathon and Bot> from Santa Maria, Cal. who arr now visiting in the Towne home for a few weeks. Col. Clapper will join the group in two weeks Mrs. Clapper is the former Betty Lou Towne. Mrs. Mary Olson has had a; guests her cousin and wife, Mr and Mrs. Howard Abies, Yuma Ariz. Others at dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hoover, Mr, and Mrs., Cliff Hoover, Mary Lou Hoover and the respective families. Other guests last week were her uncle'and .aunt, Mr and Mrs. Harry .Link, Hermas- ton, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haydock, Dows. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. O'Comjor and Chuckle spent the weekend, at Lake City with the fprmerV parents, Mr. and Mr's. C. M O'Connor. The doctor 'and hit father are leaving August 5 fpi a trip south and will spend part of the time in Florida. Dr. and Mrs. A. W. Amunsen are coming from Cass Lake, Minn, and the doctor will take oyer Dr. O'Connor's office during his ab sence. > FLAVOR KIST coo NEW LOW INTEREST llf^l pta DOLE PINEAPPLE 5 211 SIZE CANS CHUNK TIDBIT OR CRUSHED si.00 =•"•< LAND BANK LOANS »re now being made *t « new tow* rate of intere«.M«nd, in acco f d«we w»th fcana Bank PQlJcyi interest on /<»"* made pre v«?««/y 9t A ft/|R' «• rare w also being redwsed. tend Banfc lgm$ feajw low interest, long terms, }QW payments— and FWP9 P««9 off m fldvance witbowt penalty, ^ook *bsa4 when took for <* loan on land-retook for 9 ImA lank, that protect* yo« tolay and t»pu?nw» FEDERAL LAND BANK ASSOCIATION E. H. HUTCWN5, Managt r s 4 pkgs. 98 CHEF-BOY-AR-DEE PIZZA MIX LG. BOX 43 FIESTA PUNCH OR WELCHADE 3 89 HILEX BLEACH 29 1/2 GAL. JUG SHORTENING GRISCO -afei CN ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 5 LB. BAG 43 POST GRAPE-NUTS 29 i6qz. FASTCO ICE CREAM 1 /2 gal. "CHOCOLATE VANILLA STRAWBERRY 49 SKIPPY EANUTB 12Oz. JAR STARLAC INSTANT MILK r 8 Qt. Size BEET SUGAR 100 Lb. Bag $9.39 ALL FLAVORS FIZZIES - 19 NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE 4 ROLL PACKS STURGEON BAY 99 APPLE SAUCE 2 H 25 NORTHERN COLOR NAPKINS 10 BLUE BONNET MARGARINE LB. PKG. 25 NIBLETS CORN 2 l20z. CANS VINE - RIPENED CANTALOUPE WAXtiX WAX PAPER « JUMBO SIZE EACH 19 SWANSON USDA CHOICE EAT PIES 4 $1.00 _JMHHBBBHHBHBHBBBHBnHB BEEF ROAST POT ROASTS CHUCK ROASTS ROUND BONE DAD'S Lb. Lb. Lb. ROOT BUR Ot, Bottle .KRAFT HORMEL DAIRY BRAND FRANKS < SALAD OIL Pt, Bottle HERSHEY CHOCOLATE SYRUP LG, CAN FRESH 100% PURE GROUND ^MBIRI^P ^HJR^W ^^^^^^ ™ LB. LEAN BRAIZE OR BROIL LB. SHORT RIBS 19 Cold Cuts PICKLP & PIMENTO MACARONI & CHEESE SPICEP LUNCHEON IB. - POLICY - Yw San 8s l«r« WK«n YOM Shop At Fw»w«M That Yw Set Iks Savin** Of AH The ipwtst Pnw«. iw* CASH By Shaping At ' •pRIC6§|FFlCTIYr4yU?7THTHRU AUOUST 2ND ECONOMICAL Ft>OD DISTRIBUTION

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