The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1961 · Page 3
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Wed Here Nov, Mrs. H. S. Montgomery will o hostess to. the Happy Birthdaj Club Friday. , —o— Eight Specs card club me A/r" esd i?/, evonin e a t the home o Mrs. Milton Dahl. • Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobsdn spent Sunday at Marcus wher* they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Moore are the parents of a sdn borr Nov. 9 at St. Ann hospital.' Mr. and Mrs. Leon Martin and children attended the lowa-Min nesota football game Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hoeth- ler are parents of a daughter born Monday at St. Ann hospital. Maurice Bartholomew was cris- rnissed from St. Ann hospital Monday after being a medical patient there for about a week. Mrs. Robert McCullough was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs.' Don Potter and Mrs. M. H. Honsbruch were guests. —o— Mr. and Mrs. Craig Smith and Bobby and Bill and Bobby Milder attended the Iowa-Minnesota football game at Iowa Citv Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Robinson had as their guests from Thursday to Sunday the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. TJ. S Baxter of Ryan. —o— The Koasuth County Fai) Board entertained the volunteer workers at last year's fair at i dinner Wednesday evening at the Algona Country Club. Jim Pratt, junior at Slate College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, ana Ann Senti of Denmark spent tht weekend here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pratt. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson • have a new granddaughter born to their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Don Jennings in California. Gary Kelley, Tom Waller and Richard Hutchins, members of this year's Algona high school football team, went to Iowa City Saturday for the Iowa-Minnesota game. Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Mary Kay daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldor Winkel; and Donald John, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Beseh: Mrs, Roscoe Mawdsley her mother, Mrs. Fred Coreyj:'to Minneapolis recently to botijl n plane for Seattle, Wash. vJfere she is visiting another daugmer, Mrs, Ed Herzog. Mariners Club of the Presby terian church will meet Sunday evening at the church, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Troutman and Mr and Mrs. Gordon ,Hall are in charge of the program. United Presbyterian Women are planning a retreat for offU cers and members' Nov. 28 from 4 to 8 p.m. at the church. There will be discussion groups, worship and a pot luck supper. Mrs. Arthur Wiese was at Mason City Sunday attending a reunion celebration at the Moose Lodge Home. Mrs. Wiese 1 brother-in-law, Harold D. Pavis was reunited with one of his sons alter $ 15 year search. His phildren hg,d been adopted out after Mr. Davis lost his wife jn a fire. A Daughter has also now been Jp- Cgfed after a long search an« P fliture reunion -is being planned. Catholic Action Guild • will have the last of a series of four dinners 'Sunday, Nov. 19, at St. Cecelia s Academy hall. Serving of the old-fashioned Thanksgiving dinner will be from four to 7:30 and there will, be games. .'Joe Preslhus, former Algona resident now of Marshall, Minn was an overnight guest of his mother, Mrs. Anne Presthus Wednesday. He had attendee funeral. services for his uncle' Lawrence Johahnesen at Lone Rock.f".. ' • Plum Creek; Woman's Club met Nov. 8.at the home of Mrs Harvey Jergenson. ' Mrs. Dean Jergenson conducted the bus:ness meeting in the absence of he president. Mrs.. Sadie Skill- mg gave the opening number and Mrs. Willis Etherington gavt he program. The next meetinp will be Dec, 6 with Mrs. Sadie Hopkins hostess. Mrs, Leoia Milplti went 16 Boone recently where she is caring for her grandsons while tlieir mother, Mrs. Tom Halptn, i|! in Pittsburgh, Penn. visiting the John Bishops. Mr. and M«. "ftay ' Walbrtdge I became the parents of;their first child, a seven pound .10. ounce daughter, Laura Lee, Novi 8, at Olympia, Wash. Mrs. Walbridge is the former Judy .Cowan arid Mr. and Mrs. Dick Cowan are first-time grandparents and Mrs. Alice Cowan has her first great- grandchild. Baptisms recently at the Methodist church were Robert Allen son-of Mr. and Mrs. Duane John-' son; John MatheWj son of DJ- find Mrs. EeRoy- Strohman; Richard Clarence,' son of Mr. and , Mrs. Richard. Tiggeman; 'Judy •Irene, James Allen and; Muriel Ruth, children of Mr. ,and Mrs Robert Sigsbee. l ':'.. Mt. and 'Mrs, Dick Meyer had as their guests Sunday their sbns and families, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meyer and children df, Vih- ton arid Mr. .and 1 Mrs. Ben Meyer of Mohtlcello. Saturday dinner guests were Mrs. 'Francis. Meyer r find Jone ,Meyer 1 of Trtiesdale. •The .latter are, niotheu 'apd twin sister of Mrs. Ben Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. D. P." Smith lef Wednesday for Tucson, Ariz where they will visit their granddaughter, Mrs. Larry Plummer They will, be joined there by Mrs. Smith's sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harriman of Garden Grove, Calif. After ten days at Tucson the Smiths will gb on to Calif, for an extendea stay. A hard limes party will be held Saturday evening at the Algona Country Club. Mr. and Mrs Warren Nelson arid Mr. and Mrs David Srnith are co-chairmen pi the committee in charge with Mr; and Mrs. Lloyd Bohannon, - Mr. and Mrs. Al-Buchanan, Mr., and Mrs. ' Sheridan Cook, Mr. and Mrs.; Wendell French; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gdttfredsbn,' Mr. and Mrs. Jat Jensen, .Mr.' and Mrs Ray Krantz, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Potter and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sundet. MIRACLE WHIP I MiKACLEWHIP • , , A pQp • • r I LARGE I , SALTINE Salad Dressing CELERY ICRACKERS FULL QUART BraBBMK^n FLAV-6-RITE 16 Count PKGS; Algonans attending the lowa- tlinriesota -game at Iowa City aturday included .Mr. and Mrs Jok Post, Dr. and. 'Mrs; Leroy trohman, Mr. and Mrs. Joh/ Jojpkins, Jim Kelley, Mr. and rs. Mitch Taylor,-Mr. and Mrs -I..E. Linnan, Mr..and Mrs. Don Hutchison, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Rooney, Mr. and Mrs. M H Honsbruch, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Anderson and Dr. and Mrs Charles O'Connor. . New Officers County 4-H Boys New boys' county 4-H officers were elected Saturday at the Ex tension Office' in Algona. The new officers' are — president, Richard Olson of'the Swea- Harnson club; Galen Merger of the Garfield Hustlers; John Mescher, Plum Creek arrd ^ Nygaard, Wesley. ' The new officers were installed by Tom Henry, county president; Daniel Skow, temporar vice-president; Arthur MogJe secretary-treasurer and T o m Lampe, reporter. CRISP STALK mammummm FRESH OCEAN SPRAY Cranberries PKG. 2 LB. BOX •MMM BROWN OR POWDERED SUGAR 3 Lb. Bag 39 98 C PRICES EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16th THROUGH NOVEMBER 22nd -UP TO THANKSGIVING FANCY YOUNG; TOM ; TURKEYS BROAD BREASTED YOUNG HEN TURKEYS ARMOUR'S STAR CANNED PICNICS^ _± '. • —.»-•„,"BULK STYLE CLIP & BRING IN THIS VALUABLE COUPON ! 50 EXTRA GREEN STAMPS with $5.00 Grocery Order 100 EXTRA GREEN STAMPS with $10.00 Grocery Order "',:,'' -"t' Coupon Good Through November 22 MAGIC MARKERS, for labeling boxes. packages, drawing, marking, etc. Varied colors. Upper Des Moines Publishing Co., Algona. DO YOU HAVE THE "Lucky Knipco Key"? , f °- be si Y en awt| y to some former in this area who I receive a "Lucky Knipco Key" through the mail. If your key opens the lock, you'll get the Knipco heater PR EC* The prize heater is valued at $139.00 and is padlocked In" / 1 LB. CARTON 39c WHITTEMORE CREAMERY 2 IBS. $1.29 FANCY SLICED BACON . 2 IBS. THICK SLICED $1.19 VALU SELECTED CHOICE BEEF POT ROAST ...... LB. 43c VALUABLE COUPON 50 EXTRA S & H GREEN STAMPS with the purchase of 25 IBS. of POTATOES Coupon Good Through November 22 CHOICE VALU SELECTED BEEF QUARTERS 2 ibs. 59 VAN CAMP INSTANT HEAT Anywhere ofr In* house - Thaw oil « "^ d » no vent. Anyone "^^ Plug to st °P ! Thermostat Model >80 $139.00 Model F150 $240.00 BUSCHIR BROS. IMPL AIGONA CY 4-3451 BEANS .... 6 No. 2 Cans $1.00 CHILI CON CARNE ..: 4 Cans $1.00 A-l TOILET TISSUE .16 Rolls $1.00 S & H GREEN STAMPS with the purchase of 2 LB. BAG of WEINERS Coupon Good Through November 22 VALUAbtE C6UP6M ' Safisgas POP SALE SUN CREST ORANGE OR DOUBLE COLA CARTON OF SIX 29* WILDERNESS PIE MIXES CHERRY - RAISIN PEACH - APPLE 4 For $1.00 S & H GREEN STAMPS with the purchase of GILLETTE RAZOR SET Coupon Good Through November 22 PRODUCE! FRiSHERBY FAR AT CONSUMERS I EMPEROR GRAPES 2 IBS. 29c SWEET POTATOES 3 IBS. 29c 0 BROCCOLI 0 BRUSSEL SPROUTS * GRAPEFRUIT 9 LEMONS • ORANGES APPLE CIDER GREEN ONIONS CUKES PEARS f APPLES 100 EXTRA S & H GREEN STAMPS with purchase of 3 Cans PEACHES Coupon Giod Through November 22 NORTH STATE FROZEN RASPBERRIES OR STRAWBERRIES FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN Pkgs. ORANGE JUICE 5 Cans $1,00

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