The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 19, 1961 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 19, 1961
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Afeena (la.) Upper Bet October 19, 1961 Pickup Flips/ Wesleyanls Slightly Hurt; ^Wesley — Tommy Reising, son Of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reising miraculously escaped serious injury Saturday afternoon when the Leek pickup he was driving left the road, and crashed into a tree. The bull that he WQF hauling was thrown out over the cab and was uninjured although the pickup was .demolished. Thu accident happened noxr the Ralph Wier home northwest of Wesley. Depiity Don Wood investigated. Attend Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Reisin? went to Guthrie Center Friday afternoon and on Saturday morning attended the wedding of a niece Carlene Eischeid arm Charles Smith at - the Catholic church. Mr. and Mrs. r Ge*orge Vitzthum accompanied them to Stuart where; they visited their son Gay Ion and, family. •••-•:• " Cracks Elbow. Mike Arndorfer suffered a cracked left elbow and wrist in a fall at the Farmer's Coop Elevator last week. A group of neighbors combined beans for the family Sunday and Monday. The women helped feed the workers. Baby Baptized The baby boy born Oct. 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fprburger was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Phillips and was named Daniel James. Larry Lee Youngwirth and Donna Lickteig were sponsors. Dinner guests at the Lickteig home were the Urban Lick- teigs, Tom Forburgers 'and Larry Lee Youngwirth. / Change Meeting Date The CDA will hold initiation ceremonies Monday evening, Oct. 23, instead of Oct. 24 as the annual K & H Oil meeting is to be held Oct. 24. A class of boys and girls will receive their first Holy Communion in St. Joseph's Catholic church Oct. 29. St. Joseph's Guild will hold their regular monthly meeting Oct. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rowe^ and family of Ft. .Dodge were' Sunday • visitors in the parental Urban Neuroth. home^ancUin, the- Rich Reiling home. ~ Mrs. Rose Puls of Ackley is spending this week with her sister, Mrs. Lulu Hanig, and family. Other weekend guests were Mrs. Lena Hottkee and daughter, Mrs. Jack Wheeler of Marshalltown. Mr. and ,Mrs. Ray Homan and family of Ackley, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hepperly and family of Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs Gary Hepperly of Mason City. Hanig relatives and others attended the funeral of Mrs. Lawrence Ludwig at St. Benedict Catholic church Tuesday morning. Mrs. Ludwig was the former Florence Yegge. She is survived by hqr husband and an adopted daughter. ' Mrs. Caroline Aman and her sister Tillie of Mt. Angel, 'Cal visited relatives and friends ir this area last week. P. C. Haynes entered the Britt hospital Sunday for medical care. Mrs. Marlin Smith and family spent the weekend in the parental Fred Rasmussen home. Mr Smith is doing construction worX in the Pat Rasmussen farm home. Mr. and Mrs. Alf Studer, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs Louis Schleusner of Garner, left Saturday by car for Sioux Falls S. D., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Plen- ry Studer, who have built themselves a new ranch-type house. They went on to Walertown, S D., to visit the Schleusner's sor Alfred and family. Alfred was a patient in a hospital there with. a leg ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Studer and family were Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs. Viola Studer. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dahlen of Miland were overnight guests Oct. 11-12 in the home of his sister, Mrs. Ray Hansen and hus band. Mr. and Mrs. John Youngwirth are parents of a 7 pound, 7 oz baby girl born Oct. 15 in the Britt liospital. They have another daughter Gail Lynn, 1 year old. Mrs, Helen Youngwirth and Mr. und Mrs. Joe Goetz are the grandparents. The new baby ha.< been named Dawn Marie. Mrs. Robert Jones, Mrs. Geo Detmering and Mrs. Maureen Harr and Cheryl attended the marching band contest at Bode Oct. 14. Tuesday Club met Dpi. 17 ai the J. T. Meurer home, with Mrs. Fay Loebig assistant, hos tpss. Mrs Robert Jones gave the surprise number, Mrs. Vavr Lease gave a travelogue on C,ol orado. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hauptlj went to Hartley Monday to attend the funeral of her brother- in-law, Basil Pickinpaugh 55 who died Oct. 13 at Fort Dodge Mrs. Mag Bleich and Anm Flom attended the Oct. 9 meeting of Kosuth, County Chapter of Sor ciety £OF prjppjec} Children at PRICES EFFECTI VE OCTOBER 19 THRU OCTOBER 25 FRESH Shop Fareway every day for your cash savings .':,\ ' LB. PKG. SOLID GREEN .'•S'.! CABBAGE IBS. JONATHAN OR WEALTHY APPLES I O W A GROWN GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS ADAM'S UNSWEETENED GRAPE-FRUIT JUICE 46 Or. Caw LIBBY'S HALVES OR SLICES PEACHES - - ----- 4 No. 2'/a Cans 1.00 DEL MONTE PUMPKIN or KRAUT No. 303 Can STILWELL SWT. POTATOES 23 oz. . Sq. Can COMSTOCK CHERRY PIE MIX 4 •?.; inn VINTAGE APPLE (IDER ..'/> GALLON 45c SALMON HUMPTY TALL DUMPTY CAN ,*»'«; ''.V* U.S.D.A. - GRADE A NORBEST MATURED HtN •^ •«»••• *!•••••• ^^1% • ll ^^^f .T POP CORN 2 Lb. APPLE BUTTER MA BROWN Jar' CRAB-APPLES REYNOLDS ^ fc ta _ j ar GRIFFIN LB. MORRELL PRIDE SLICED BACON 10c REDEEMABLE COUPON SLICED LARGE BOLOGNA SLICED HALIBUT Choc Chips tt 19c j Cocoanu? 'tt 43c HQRMEL CHILI ^^^^^^^ ^^^ ^I^^^^^N^H in it.* • ^^^ 79c 15'/a ox. Can GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 12 or. Can.. HORMEL SPAM 39c DINTY MOORE BEEF STEW L_ 45c 10 Lb. Bag — 8c OFF FASTCO 10 LB. BAG 77c FRESH OYSTERS - SPICED HERRING REUNION Pork-Beans REUNION Peas REUNION RED KIDNEY BEANS BEANS MRS, GRIMES Chili Beans REUNION CREAM No Corn 2! REUNION WHOLE KERNEL Spaghetti CORN ROBB-ROSS PANCAKE FLOUR UNES SUNOL AISINS Gold Bell.,. IVz Lb Seedless Bag QUAKER OATS .INCORPORATED, ECONOMICAL FOOD DISTRIBUTION AMIAfVIAftMVIMMIfMAIIMMI •WWMMWW»» OUNCAN-HINES FROZEN Turkey, Beef and Chicken MEAT PIES $100 W»¥yM¥MW»VVWVmiVM >vwMvwmnm RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

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