The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1961
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Mary Ann >Qsi winkle had as weekend guestii'bSigne Spencer, Mason City. v The K. D. '/Long photograph studio has beefftmoyed to rdoms 'over the J, C.Jfi&iny store. Mr* and Mrs. Eii-a Blanchard Wave moved into the R. L. Rob- inault house on East, Ludas street . . . , * ^ Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Oakland spent Sunday at Ames with their son John, a student at ,lhe University. Mr. and Mrs.. I. W. Nelson were at West? -Union a few days last week visiting Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson. •: Siri, daughter of 'Mr. and Mrs. Richard Norton, returned to Mankato, Minn., to resume her studies atvthe college. , ,v , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Greenberg spent the weekend at .Topeka" Kan. with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. David August. . Mr. and Mrs. Don Hemmingsen are being visited by the latter's mother, Mrs, S. A. Slater, Worthington, Minn., who has recently returned from 2Vfe months in Europe. • ••••, . ,Dr. and Mrs. R. K. Richardson * Bette Detrick Engaged To Wed Mr.' ahd Mrs. Don Cash. have had as guest the former's mother, Mrs. Amy dash, Leno» Mrs. Robert Si§sbee speni last Thiirsday at- West Bend w,ith her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Adolr)h Brtiellman. , ] Mr. a^d Mrs'. & H, Simpson were visited last week by Mrs. Merna Simpson and sons Robbie and Greg, Bri'tt. Mr. and Mrs. Milion Notion spent Sunday mt Pocahontas with Mr. -and Mrs. Charles Boeyefs. The Gortons plan Id spend the Weekend in Minneapolis with Mr, and Mrs. Walter Seidlit* who Have "moved there from Chicago, r Mr. and Mrs : Chester Sehob? spent Sunday .afternoon and we- hing al Ames tfith Mr. arid Mfs. Robert Hicks and family,' ,V, Mr. and Mrs. Williafti fttttseKey attended a picnic supper Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Runehey^at WeSt -Betid. Other guests were from the west Bend vicinity, Francis , Buniing, John Bieser, Gail Towrte and Bud "Robinson came home Thursday (today) fi'om Cass take, Minn., Where they had been fishing. They reported no snow there 1 When it was snowing here* and the .tern* perature two degrees warmer there than here. ' ' HI LAND Mrs. Ptfihk iJturh Is ing the week with her sisters. Mrs. Lloyd Bennett, Mrs. B. V MB. Ellis and Mrs. ClWfenW Curtt* mins, at Oelweih ahft MM. "Mai 4 - garet Heirher at La Mont. Mr. and Mrs, Frank OsJrurh were visited Sunday by 1 Mr. ahd Mrs. Ed Ostrurri, whose home Is at St. James, • Minn, they have been spending the summer fn their cottage oh Pox Lake. Mr. ahd Mrs, Wlllard Sfftttaft had as guests recently their nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Steffafi, Beaver Dam, Wise., who were enroute to the Black Hills on their honeymoon trip. Mr. and MM. Ravmnd 011- berl had as gvJests Mr. .and .Mrs. Gary" BerMu and son David of AmeS. Tht^fiefnaus were dinner guests Sunday ; 6f the parents Mr. and Mrs. Rblahd Bernau at west Bend. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Buchanan, Mr. ahd Mrs. Russell Buchanan and'Mfs. fidith Buchanan attended funeral services Monday at Marshalltowh for Willafd Russell, brother of Mrs. Edith Bu« chanah, ' Mrs. Joe TscheUef and Mrs. Albert <Sranzbwi>< went to Rochester, Minn.*, Tuesday the latter to»see 'her husband who is hospitalized there. Mr. Tschetter Thursday, October $, I9ot Algane (lo.) Upper Des Mo{ne<*-3 will enter the hospital this week for further treatment. Karon Mlshatf. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lando Mishak, has resigned from her position as records librarian at St. Ann hospltaj to accept a similar position ns assistant at Deaconess Hospital, Milwaukee, Wis. She left Saturday for the new position. Don Prieskorn and son' Mark attended the low a-Cnlifornia football game Saturday at Iowa Gity. Mrs. McGrew spent the. time at Fort Dodge with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Roll. Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Sperry, Fort Dodge will be weekend guests ot Mr. • and Mrs. Prieskorn. Mrs. Clifford Haase accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortensen and Kathy of Fenton to Ames. Sunday where they joined the Mortensen's sons Ronnie and" Brian, students at the University. Brian drove to Des Moines and brought Karen Haase back wlth- him and all had dinner togethefj Karen is »r"s4tfdent nurse at Iowa Methodist hcitpital. . "^1H VI tf,& 1B L E MEtAL FURNITURE franchised dealer •-• Upper Des Moines Pub. Co» Afgona.' have moved irilp their new f Their house 'bit So.uth Minnesota street ha,s been , so\d to Mn .a'nfli Mrs. Dick McGiririis.iwhb moved in Saturday. , ' , . '. • ' Mr. and Mrs Lloyd Muckey have returned , rfrorn a., fishing trip to Hackensack,! Mirin. Mr. and MrsY Bob i' , Wffliarris : spent from a Week ago" Sunday till- the following Thursday with them.' 'Quests at the Clarence Metzger Sr. home Sunday for dinner were their- ^children, Clarence Metzgflr Jr. '"iof Algona; Robert .Metzger and family of Minneapolis'; and Connie Metzger of Des Moines. / ]• Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Meizget Sr. of Algona will leaVe- Thursday for San Jose, Cal. ,tO be * with their daughter Shirley (Mrs". ,Ca! Callesen) who is ill -and . scheduled for surgery Oct. 12. Shirlej graduated from St. Cecelia's. Mrs Rose Loper has had as guest Mrs ] Charles Ellsworth, Denver, Colo., whp : went -from here to Waterloo to visit with her sister,' Mrs. A.' ' G. Schultz. Mrs. Roper and guest spent Suni day at Forest City \yith; friends Mr. and Mrs. Robert , Metzger and son Joey of, Minneapolis,. spe'ht the weekend "at *'Clarencr Metzger Sr. and Charles Johnson homes in Algona. Connie Metz-' ger of Des Moines spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarenct Metzger Sr. of Algona. Mr. and Mrs. John Hargreaves, Federalsburg, Md., have been here on a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hargreaves and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Elbert. Mr. - Hargreaves is associated with the. Caroline Poultry Farms, Inc., which has three plants for the processing of broilers and he is chairman of the board of the directors for the Institute of American Poultry Industries. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer spent Thursday evening at Titonka with the former's mother, Mr.s. C, H. Meyer, Friday they and daughter Joy Ann went to Vinton to visit Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meyer and family. Saturday the families went to Waterloo to attend the -Cattle Congress and Sunday all were at Monticello and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Benjamin Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. .Clarence Detrick Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriagf .•of their daughter, B,ette Jane "•pictured above, to FrankliivKerri sorj of Mr. and Mrs. Melviri Kern Algona. , ;;'• • >,.• . ••" . •'.The wedding wilh;be Noverrv. be'r 11 at ,2 p.m. at St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. Miss Detrick is a graduate ol St.«,'Cecelia's Academy and if .presently "employed at*Bomgaars Mr. Kern is a graduate 'of Algona high school and is engaged in farming. (UDM Engraving) Mr. and -Mrs. John Helrnert had as weekend guests Mr. anc 1 Mrs. Richard 'Helmers, Cedai Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Pelersot recently spent a day'at RbyaJ with Mr. and Mrs. Harold An derson.. ; ' ' Rev. and Mrs. Knule , prior have returned to Omaha; 7 Neb. after a visit here ;with the former's mother and brother, Mrs Clark Orton and Webb. Mrs. Nellie Galbraith came last' week from'Defning, New Mexico, and was' 'accompanied back by Elnpra Dobbins whc will make her home in Deming Mr. and; Mrs. Larry . Souret were visited: Friday; and -Satur 'da/'by-the forrner's'mother,' Mrs Walter Soures, Story City. She also spent some time with Mrs Marie Ogren. ' Mr. and Mrs. William Kuhn Jr., have purchased the Herbs house on North Thorington street. Their house oa south Main street has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. John Harris. Mr. and Mrs. Don Prieskorn were in Des Moines recently to see "My Fair Lady," A week ago Sunday they were visited by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McGrew ana Susan, Guttenburg. The Me- Grews are former Algonans. Mr. and Mrs. Lando Mishak took Mr. and. Mrs, Wayne Mishak and family, to Des Moinqs Wednesday for the return trip tfc their home at Redlands, Calif During the week on various days-Hie senior Mishaks have beer visited by Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hugeback, Mr.' and Mrs. Greg' ory Haus, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Haus of New Hampton, Mr. ana Mrs. John Pickar, Charles City and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Midhak Beloit, Wis. YOUR SUPPORT AT THE POLLS IN ALGONA, TUESDAY, NOV. 7 WILL BE APPRECIATED. JIM WHITTEMORE CANDIDATE FOR Mayor of Algona Prske University, major in political science, « Member Algpna City Council four years; chairman street dep»- 2 yrs.; mayor pto-tem 2 years. • Home owner in Alnooa; resident of Algona nine years; member Lions Club, ToflStmaiters, Masonic Kdge. Salesman for Vin*«nt Clay Products Cp. ef Fort Do«|99- POTATO CHIPS LARGE TWIN BAG LIB&Y'S 46 OZ. CAN 29 PILL5BURY FL 10 LB. BAG SCOTTIES FACIAL TISSUE 200 Count Pkg. DUTCH MAID • * -* SUGARWAFERS ONE LB. >,_j f . »t-\ PKGS. HUNT'S «* CATSUP 14 OZ. BQTTLES HUNT'S PEACHES SLICED OR HALVES MEATS MAKE MEAL U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF LOIN SALE STEAK LARGE & MEDIUM I SIZE T-BONES FULL LOINS FOR YOUR FREEZER. CUT & FROZEN, NO CHARGE. SLICED HALIBUT LB. 49 RENWICK LONGHORN CHEESE LB. 49 WILSON'S SLICED BACON !4 LB. BLACK 39 TEA 48 TEA BAGS BLACK FOLGER'S COFFEE DRIP - REGULAR - FINE 2 " CAN $119 CREAM OF WHEAT 39 INSTANT OR REGULAR LG. BOX CAMPBELL'S Tomato Soup Cans 29 LIQUID DETERGENT CAPRI 22 OZ. BOTTLE 35 BLUE- AUNT JEMIMA 2 LB. PKG. PANCAKE MIX 33 RIAL GOLD B>»2 'canf 33 RINSO GT. BOX 65 FASTCO ICE CREAM VANILLA • CHOCOLATE • STRAWBERRY * GAL, PKG, 49 LB. CURTISS MARSHMALLOWS 2 10 OZ. PKGS. FLAVORKIST GRAHAMS LB. PKG. GERBERS STRAINED Baby Food 6 TOKAY GRAPES LB. COMPLETE VARIETY j FANCY APPLES BUSHEL OR HALF BUSHEL LOWEST MARKET PRICE - POLICY - You Can Be Sure When You Shop At Fareway That You Get The Savings Advantage Of All The Lowest Prices. You'll Save CASH By Shopping At Fareway. PRICES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 5 THRU OCTOBER 11 INCORPORATED 'ECONOMICAL FOOD DISTRIBUTION

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