The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 21, 1961 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1961
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«-Alfl6ftMffl.) UtfttDtt'Mafflir ThuMday, Sept. 21, Showe? Honoree ' A shower was held at the home of Mrs. Matt Weydeft, Sunday afternoon, honoring Josephine Erpeiding, daughter of Mrs Catherine Fisch. .Games were played and lunch was served the hostesses, sisters of the bride/ elect, Mrs. Matt Weydert, Mrs •"Victor Fisher and Mrs. Mali ,Besch. Miss Erpeiding will be,come the bride of James Curran 'son of Joe Curran, LuVerne, Sept. 28 at St." Cecelia's Catholic church. - Y •...•.,.'-. Sorority Mel The Exemplar Chapter of Beta •Sigma Phi met Tuesday evening, Sept. 5, at the home ; of Vera Bradley. President Norma Johnson conducted the business meeting. Lessons; were given by Jan •Anderson and Maxine Hill. The next social meeting Will be at "the home of Val Williams Sept. ' Honor Visitor 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith at- .tended a family gathering Sunday at Mr., and Mrs. Harley Hansen's for Andrew Hartsen, brother of Harley, San Diego, ! Cal. Delphian Club ; Members, of the Delphian club spent Tuesday at the Dr. F. C. Scanlan cottage at the Okobpjis. Hostesses were , Mrs. , Scanlan and Mrs. Rpscoe Mawdsley. Mrs. Wefzel Hostess Mrs. Lydia Wetzel entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Genrich, Lavonia, Mich., who will spend several days here. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Wtzel and- Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Wetael and family .Hdst Lawyers . 'I ' The Algona doctors and den* tists and their wives entertained the AlgonaJawyers and wives at dinner Monday evening at th'e Country Club. Guest speaker was Dr. Robert Soper, pediatrician and surgeon at University hospital,'loWa City. He is.a former Emmetsburg resident. Cousin Reunion v'Mr>, and Mrs. Elmer Phillips fia'Ve returned from a reunion of cousins held Saturday and Sunday at Fremont, Neb. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Phillips, Albert Lea, Minnesota, and Mr. and Mrs., Paul Phillips, Stewartviile, Minn. Coffee Club ' . Mrs. Martin Becker entertained her coffee club Monday evening. The time was spent at games, , • Bridge Hostess Mrs. Lyle Alberts entertained ler bridge club Monday; evening. Birthday* Mf. and Mrs. W. A. Barry sjjeht Sunday in Des tytoihes with the farmer's brothef-in-law and ^istef, Mr, an'd Mrs. C, B. M. Smith. The birthdays of Mr. Barry and Mrs, Smith were observed. Kniifing Club Met Mrs. W. H. Brandow entertain- end her knitting club Tuesday afternoon. Aliman Reunion Mr. and Mrs, John Altman attended an Altman family reunion Sunday at Wes Bend. Graveside Rites Graveside rites were held at 1 p.m. Friday at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens for the stillborn baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Rex Taylor of Algona. Rev. New 1 * ton Coughenour of the Methodist church officiated and Me-. Cullough.'s Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Be^ sides the parents, survivors include three brothers and sisters. Wesleyan III Wesley — Dr. L. L. Pfeffer, local dentist, was taken by. am- julance to the Veterans hospital, Des Moines, early Friday morii- ng, from the Britt hospital where he was taken when he became very sick at his home. R. M.. Wilkinson of Nevada doesn't remember what kind of fertilizer he threw on the tomato plant in his rose garden but the results speak for themselves. The-plant measures 10 feet wide and stands nine feet high. He says he threw a couple of handfuls of plant food on the vine earlier in the se'ason. The vine is loaded with tomatoes. NO. 1 MEDIUM YELLOW ONIONS 5 LBS. 29c NO. 1 RED POTATOES 101bs.29c 2 Lbs. 19c -Oz. Container 39c HOME OF FROZEN PEAS 5 Pkgs. $1.00 STANDBY WHOLE KERNEL or CREAM STYLE COR NO. 303 > SIZE CANS 1.00 COMO TOILET TISSUE 12 ROLLS 99c BORDEN'S ICE CREAM A REAL TREAT I YOUR CHOICE OF FLAVORS TOKAY s Lb. 12 Sun Girl Oleo 5 Lbs. $1 FRESH OYSTERS TESTEX PAPER NAPKINS 80 COUNT EMBOSSED 5 Pkgs. 49c EXTRA LEAN AND MEATY FRESH RIBLETS TRY SOME LB. 39c U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF ROASTS LB. 49c LEAN SHORT-RIB BOILING BEEF LB. Be LEAN PURE GROUND BEEF HORMEL'S ALL MEAT FRANKS - LB. 49c 3 LBS. U9 OPEN SUNDAY FROM 9 A.M. TO NOON AND 4 P.M. TO 6 P.M. DONT FORGET FREE DELIVERY ..' ,f.-;-.-"i,, v %tM'4W'-^.v ^.:.-.V;-'''.;- I ".>*,T>-^-: >:.• •,. •.'.' •• •• ^•• : -^: ^'^;. /'"' ':4,:-, ••.': '" : °\,?' : : ,••& !•;. .-;-,• ,•, / ''.'. ~~.^-^'«j-^L*^ji!j£*.,^L.^^^^^ ^x.i..,.i...\Lji^ti^J£jiiu*jttiLi&-&L^^ HOME DRESSED TO BAKE ROAST OR STEW BROWN OR POWDERED SWIFT'S SMOKIES 12 Oz. Pkg. 49c VELVEETA CHEESE 2 Lb. Box BUDDIG SMOKED BEEF SPkgs. $1.001 SLICED BACON ENDS 5 IB. BOX $1.19 THE BEST IN SELECTION & PRICE! CHOICE CORN FED QUARTERS CUT AND WRAPPED TO YOUR ORDER - NO CHARGE . . 3 Lbs. 39 1 FLAV-0-RITE Orange Rolls pk * 33 HILLS BROS. PILLSBURY . . , WHITE - DEVILS FOOD - YELLOW CAKE MIXES Pkgs. $1.1 I I o SKIPPY 12 Oz. Jar 29 GOLD MEDAL BETTER FOR BREAD 3.19 FREE FREE FREE 25 GREEN STAMPS WJTH EACH 1/2 GALLON ROSEDALE OR FESTIVAL ICECREAM FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 5 CANS NORTH STATE FROZEN GRAPE JUICE (i CANS SEA MIST FROZEN' LEMONADE 8 CANS 9te. LOW PRIC1S PLUS P v ORIIN STAMPS NO. 1 RED POTATOES 10 LBS. 29c CARROTS 1 LB. CELLO IQc JONATHON APPLES 4 Lb. Bag 59c CALIFORNIA ORANGES 3 Dozen $1.80 HIAWATHA PICKLE SALE SWEETS DILLS Qt. 29c FREESTONE PEACHES 4 NO. 21/2 SIZE CANS $1. i i GOOD VALU WHOLE ^Bw^TIBk MB . • mU i^^ .. pW ^^^|BP. ^^ir . ' ^^. ^^^^r ^T|r NO, SIZE CANS $1. i i

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