The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1961 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 31, 1961
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8-Algona (la,) Upper Be§ MofftH Thursday, August 31, 1961 ^**••-••* • -.-^-^--. J -.-. - ^ ^^itTWr^Mr-—'-'- --—^^^fl-^j^-A-.^Yr-'-r--^"^— -' -^-— j —--— ~ 1 ...-< T !L-i. J .-.....-^ llir . Mrs. Pat J6nsen went 16 Sioux City Tuesday fdr & few days vis it with Relatives and friends, , fcfo.-and Mrs. W, A» Hardy ano family returned Sunday from t vacation at Park Rapids, Minft Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kick bush Were visited over the week end by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pot ter and. children, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Sherman 'were visited Sunday by the former's parents, Mr.' and Mrs . Chancy Shermari and- family Emmetsburg. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Kinsey have ,'been' visited by' Mr; and Mrs ••William Kinsey,- Columbus, Ohio. They also spent sometime with ' Mrs. Klnsey's. mother Mrs. Car- 'rie St. John. • • Mr. and ,Mrs. Harold ColWell '/have been .visited by their son, '•Neil, Lincoln, Kan. The son '"Keith 'has' gone to .Mason City to attend'.juniof college and Will •also be employed At Park hospital. . Mrs. John Kenefick and Ann returned Wednesday from Big Sandy Lake, McGregor, Minn., Where they had spent the summer at the cottage. The son, Tom, left Monday for -a few days in'Chicago, to visit with friends and attend some baseball games. Nlek Maharas has returned from a Week of fishing in northern. Minnesota. , fflhliny Wiekman who Has been a guest of his grandparents the,John Orottes returned to his hofne in Macon, Ga. bbroihy DeCamp has returned from a week's vacation spent at Des Moines with Mrs. Joan Dun- sbn and family and Harriet DeCamp. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Morck Sr., werft visited last Week (at their Rapidan cottage by the daughter, Mrs, U. D. Greer and daughters, Ann and' Mary,: Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hinken, Marcia and Mary went to De"s Moines on a buying trip for the store and also attended the Iowa State Fair early in the week. Mrs. Ezra Blanchard had Mrs. Mary dbdn ha* *itd at guests last Friday Mr, and Mrs, Leslie Colourisdfl, Marengo. M*i. Maria figren has had as guests Mr. and Ife. J, N. Higby and son David, Scotts Bluff, Neb. Mr*. L. J, Nelson has been visited by Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Pfitton and daughters, Ann attd Mary Kay, Denver, Colo Mrs. A, B. Oakland returned Wednesday from a visit of a week at Fort Worth, Tex., with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Beamish. Molly Sullivan has had a& guest at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Sullivan, Blngham Mac Donald, Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Olson took their grandson, Dean Olson, Jr., home Sunday to Webster City following his visit here of several days. Raymond Langflll was in Minneapolis to attend the Yanks baseball game He joined Mrs. Langfitt who was called there ay the death of an uncle. They came home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ostrum are home from Fox Lake where Mf. and Mrl. Orlan Oil hid u eMs St A Mrvind OH, David", Of an. Waterloo, >\ A> MM. ffanes* Met has i ed from a two-We^k spent at Siou* City With Mrs. Dexter Stein arid'at Neb., with Mr. afid Monger.' Mrs. V. L, fiuhder has Tampa, Fla.. the pat weeks with Mr,, and Mfb, « UB « Hirth, to Whom & daughter- wa- born recently. The-Hlrths brought Mrs. Gunder h Mr. and Mrs. Harold bride is a graduate oi ftigqiw high sdi'Sol and' Will fate a senior at Ibtfa State University* at Ames this' " " -•-••• guests Mrs. Georgia Wolf of, Waterloo and 'her daughter, : Mrs. Joe Renner, for several days last week. Mrs. Wolf is a daughter of Mrs. Blanchard. Mrs. Bessie Jones was visited Friday and Saturday by her granddaughter, Christy Letts, Des Moines. Sunday they went ,o Des Moines and Mrs. Jones Will visit there a week with Mr. and Mrs. James Letts. hey spent a few days vacation at .the cottage of their son, Ed. Ifs sons Steve and Jerry have iso been there recently. David Phillips is home from Washington, D. C., to spend a briew vacation with his mother, Mrs. R. M. Phillips. At it's conclusion he Will go to Cal. to are being visited by their daughter, Mrs. James MeLerari, l6Wa City. Dr. McLeran is In Indiana for three months but Mrs. McLeran will be returning td 1 1 City after a brief visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer have received word' from their son. Charles, who is In'"service and stationed at Fort Lewis Wash., that he is now in the personnel departmeht and is about to go into officers' training. Mr. and Mr*. Harold Mosher had their .'grandchildren,- Plm Sandy and Shelley, as guests for several days last week while'the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale 'Jorgenson, St. James, Minn., vacationed in northern Minnesota. work. on his doctors degree at the university at Berkley. Robert Jensen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen has received his masters ' degree at Colorado University, and is home for a few week's visit with his parents. September 11 he and his parents are leaving for Calif, and Robert will enroll at Stanford University to work toward his Ph D degree. . , GET SET FOR iUEEKEHD FUH! NESTEA INSTANT TEA 1 Packet Makes A Gallon! 29 BORDEN'S ICE CREAM A REAL TREAT I YOUR CHOICE OF FLAVORS Standby Red Sour Pitted Cherries 4 (303 Cans) $1 Standby Early June Peas ----- 6 (303 Cans) $1 ' THOMPSON SEEDLESS GRAPES.... IB. 19c IBM VINEGAR Gal. 59c BRING YOUR CONTAINER GARDEN PEANUT BUTTER LB. JAR 99c HOME OF FROZEN LEMONADE Can lOc HOME GROWN CABBAGE . IB. 5c NO. 1 RED POTATOES 10 IBS. 39c STANDBY Strawberry Preserves 3 -12 Oz. Jars SNOBOXJPEARS - LUGS SNOBOY PEACHES - LUGS CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRIES CONCORD GRAPES MT. KONCKI PEARS A PEACH OF A DEAL - SNOBOY, YOUR ASSURANCE OF QUALITY COLORADO PEACHES.... $1.69 Lug ••••••••••••••••••••••••••^^•PWBiW PICNICS Ib. 35 Pork Tenders lOc Each PORK LOIN END ROASTS Lb. 35c Bar-Q-Riblets LB.49c Ground Beef 3 lbs - $1.29 DONT FORGET FREE DELIVERY OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON AND 4P,M,T06P,M, CLOSED LABOR DAY Mr. and M«. C. R. Bronson spent the weekend at Pargo, N. D. While shopping there, Mrs. Bronson was pleasantly surprised to have Mrs Kenneth Medin, former Algooan, as her clerk. Chuck Bronsbrt visited with friends at Madison, Wis. over the weekend. Mrs. A. D. Crawford was called to the Carroll hospital Monday by the serious condition of her father, Jacob Anderson, 89 who fell recently and suffered" a broken hip. It had been expected the member would be pinned but his condition made this impossible. His home is at Exira. Mr. and Mrs. Ehgene Murfagh have returned from a week at Green Lake,, Wis., ' where the former was judge at a regatta. Mr. and Mrs. Murtagh are being visited by Polly Pruyn andMlirt- da Lieder, Cedar Falls.' Polly is a niece of Mr. Murtagh, her mother being the former .Tdse- phine Murtagh. • Wayne Driver has been here from Springfield, Ore. to Visit with his mother, Mrs. Addie Driver, >at the Good Samaritan Nursing home. He was a house guest of- his cousin, Mrs. Clark Orton. Mond'ay he accompanied Mrs. Orton' and Webster Orton to Mason City to see Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Aberriathy and family. ........', ; Mrs. Kathryn Mahoney has been visited 'by Mr. and Mrs; Alfred Faulkner and their son, Sev. Thomas Faulkner, Chicago. Mrs. Faulkner is the former Margaret Fprrigan who aliened high school here. ,Her mother Mrs Dora Ferigan has spent the suiP mer with Mrs. Mahoney 'and returned to Chicago with tlfe Faulkners. . '•' •»: Mrs. Orval Joseph and children and Mr. and Mrs. Orval Joseph, Sr., spent from Wednesday till Saturday on a trip to the Little Brown church at Nashua, the museum at Decorah, the Billie Clocks exhibit at Spillville, the smallest church in the world at Festina, the Villa Louis at Prair^ ie du Chein, and Pike's 'Peak near McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard Egger- Hng and girls from DulutH Kans. and Carroll Willrett were dinner guests at the A. R. Willrett home Monday night. Mr and Mrs. Eggerling were overnight guests at the Willrett home. Mrs. Klaus Wibben, Titonka, is spending a few days with her daughter and husband Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Willrett -' Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Lindhor** nave been visited by their daughter, Mrs. Francis Platt. Sandra and Randy of Ontario, Calif. Monday evening a group met to visit with her which included Mrs. Bernard Bode, Omaha, Mrs. Wilfred Kohlhaas Livermore, Mrs, Leonard Schultz, Whittemore, Mrs. Duane Arend and Mrs. Eugene Muller. The women are former classmates. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence WU». gen had as guests over the week- endthe latter's parents and brother. Mr. «nH M..S I .-, M.. hon and Joseph Mahon of Wilkes ^"•0. Pa. Wmle here they vS i ited the former's parents Mr and Mrs. Michael Wiltgen ot Livermore and u sister and R.Tnh° r K' n ' laWl Mr " and M?s Rj^lph Koppen of Whittemore They ^turned to Pennsylvania a, s-eiilde , at , tdw$ State ' Uni' ift' civil , a, weeding, trip to will-live at Ames. Elaine Marie Montgomery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Montgomery of Algona became the bride of Lee Richard Coppock, -son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Coppock of Springville in a. ceremortyiAug; 26 in the Collegiate Methodist church chapel at Ames. Rev. Wilbur Wilcox officiated.. Mrs. Jess Cole, was or- gan:st and soloist was Gretchen Mehulka. Sandra Stevens Was maid ot honor and Max Coppock served his brother as best man.. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the parlors of Collegiate Methodist chur'ch. Betsy Ross, was floor hostess; Bonnie Elliott served {he punch is for September kMUMMHHHaUila for t thft farther p\fditit$on,an<i$t»t*ty of our Depositors, we hove Increased our Surplus account from $1^0,000.00 to $150,000.00, and oUr Capitol structure now ts as follows; , CAPITAL J.^'. 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We have- the finest selection by Cricketeer and Sewell, ' . SHOES Distinctive shoes by Crosby Square and Portage. and Mrs. Weldon Bolie ~ RuJj? Mr. and Mrs. have returned from a visit , ^y^^ss- Mr. and Mrs. William B and . a t Portland, Ore., they with Mr. and Mrs. William nii« hey stopped at Boulder Col? enport where she haYteSn "* fifth year of teaching. NOW FALL FASHIONS FOR MEN YOUNO MEN ARi ARRIVING DAILY i

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