The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1961 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1961
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Society Mote? ft ' .. tffwcbmera met NOV Van's cafe. Prior t6 the y^Af U Anfl fi oy «!S ° y the gP. and 800 wefe played, with M Prize. New members are MeaV dames Bob Turner, Jerry CeS and Paul Culler. The If ,1 »lf«ng v/ill be held Nov P ' ft a Lc/irlstm as idea demon' Stration by* Mrs. Herb Montsonv |r> Bridge arid 500 wHS Each member,is asked to*,brine ft guest, "' Open House , > I Mr. and Mr s. Dick Beisell attended the open house held Sun- Sfe. at ^? nd Mrs - Joe Gan s- Stad's Goldfield, for Mrs. i& Beisell, 92, of Rockwell. The hbnoree is grandmother of Mr l£« ^ - and Mrs> Lawrence s ? dler ' Bfcursburg, parents f of Mrs. Dick, Beisell were amonr the guests. The Dick Beisells also went to Goldfield to visit Dewex' Beisell. Plan Sisters' Parfy " , A party for ail sisters of St Cecelia's Academy and Garrigan high is planned for this eventne Thursday, at 6:30 at St. Cecelia's Academy,. starting with a potluck meal. The party is beinr planned by the C.D. of A., ane Mary T. Bestenlehner. and ArlisF Rich will be in charge of the program. Chairladies are Rose Stebritz and Anita Kollasch. Shower Hotioree A miscellaneous shower ' was given Sunday afternoon at St. Cecelia Academy for Bernice Smith, whose marriage to Henry Sfeiler, St. Benedict, will take place^Nov. 25. Over one hundred guests Were present. Miss Smith tvas honored at a personal shower last Thursday evening given by Dianp Stebritz, Betty Thilges, arid Mrs. Mike Seller. Mrs. Bacon, 87 „ The .eighty-seventh^ btfthday of Mrs. Cora Bacon was observed' Tuesday evening, N6v, 7, Toy members of her family, Mr. and Mrs. 1 W. Nelson,,Mr. and Mr^ Eugene Hofius, Ottoseri, !and Mr and Mrs. J. A. #oh6nsteiriV Am-' boy, Minn. Lunch was provide"* .by the gu'esfs. ' - • . ; .; . SUGAB AND ALL THE IMMINGS FOR YOUR THANKSGIVING DINNER 10 IB, BAG PHILADELPHIA 16 TO LB. AVERAGE 8 TO 16 LB; AVERAGE «v GRADED ''A 4 TO 6 IB. AVERAGE rr\ icese , i-.x,.*u.,wi, i t . LB. LB, GOLDEN BAKE TEA BISCUlfS DELICIOUS BULK I MCE MEAT LB. DlRECf EXTRA LEAN - FRESH PORK PKG. OF 12 GEDNEYSWlEf EXt^AtARGEi BOtTLE -^-ML FLAVORS GELATIN Attend Shower Mrs. Joseph Biradjey, Mrs. Walter Bradley, Mrs. Lyle Davis and Mrs. Jerry Bradley at- tende^J a bridal shower honoring Frances Bradley Keliey ai St. Mary's auditorium at H,uhV- boldt flov. 9. After a social h'bui and the displaying of the! .many gifts, lunch was , served B'y the' committee. .,;. : Hobbyists Meet Hobby Club met Monday with Mrs. Vic Parsons. Other members are Mrs. Eycrett And'ersoa Mrs. Mel Bay, Mrs. John'Drees- nian, Mrs. Jonn Deim, Mrs. O 1 B. Hafrnes, M'rs. Jack Heernenl Mi-s. Walter Jensen and Mrs. O B. Kinden. Pot-Luck Supper A pot-luck supper wris held Sunday evening at Mr. arid Mrs Henry Johannsen's. In attend: ance were Mr. and Mrs. Russel! Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Geigel Mrs. Esther Helberg, Audrey Frye, John Jensen and Mrs. Evalyn McDougall, Mason City. Lutefislc Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakkei were dinner guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bakken Mrs. Sigvold Enger, mother of Mrs. Walter Bakken, was also a guest. Lutefisk, a Scandinavian Delicacy, was served. MARASCHINO OZ. JAR MAJESTIC I FASTGO - GhocoWte - StWvvb6rry - Vanilla " ' "•""- ^an| I^Hl • jagHJi nHb. M»H c 1 """" KTAIL 300 SIZE CAN 4 GAL PKG; SWANSDOWN SUNSHINE , COOKIES 4 VARiETlES - MIX OR MATCH 4 Pkgs. 98 MA BROWN PRESERVES 12: OZ. JARS $foo PILLSBURY OR BALLARD BISCUITS 2 8 OZ. PKGS. LG. BOX RED DOT Potcito Chips 10 OZ. BAG STILL WELL SWEET POTATOES No. 3 CAN KRAFT'S SALAD DRESSING- Attend Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bakken Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Hanson am 1 Mrs. Harry Spongberg attencjer,' the wedding Sunday in St. Ola' church at Bode of Marilyn Rippentrop and Gary Jutting. Birthday Club Mrs. Russell Cook entertainer 1 her birthday club Saturday. Out- of-town guest was formerp-Al- gonan, Mrs. Evalyn McDo«Sal Muson City. Sprority Dance »' ! Beta Sigma Phi held a ban f uel and dance Nov. 4 at th< FW hall. Alpha Psi held a busj ness meeting Nov. 7 at the horns of Jean Bilyeu. WELCHES FROZEN Grape Juice 3 - 49 QT. JAR 49 PILLSBURY LIBBY'S FROZEN mf^ Mi m^^fL 4HP^ 100Z. PkGS. RED PONTIAC HOT ROLL MIX • 25 STURGEON BAY CHERRIES si oo NO. 2 CANS Meeting The League of Women Voter* nifst Tuesday morning wjth Mrs Vic Parsons. The lesson wa> given by Mrs. Richard Thpreson. Peace Corps To Nave Exam 28th Peace Corps examinations will be' held in the Main Post Office • qt Mason City at 8:30 a.i-n, Hl'pmptly on Nov. 28 and NOV. 3g, for those who wish to apply, Postmaster W. W. Sullivan was informed today. Peace Corps posters, giving this information, will be display- ecl in the Algona Post Office on' the bulletin boards, ™ ^^ H ippi 'P ^B^ BS mf 10LB, MESH BAG LIQUID CLEANER LG. BOTTLE jmt *g^ LIVJUIU *-LtANtK LG. BOTT 49 MR CLEAN 61 FRESH WISCONSIN Cranberries IB, PKG. 19 KING SIZE TIDE $ SALAD 10OZ. JAR LIBBY'S CUT Beets 2 25 ALCOA ALUMINUM FOIL 2S(, FT. ROU EASY OFF OVEN 8 OZ. JAR lf Sur« Whon You Shop NtYSM 09» The Savingj Qf All Th» ^wtst Prises, e SA5H 8y §hoppin 9 At PRICES EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 16th tHROUGH NOVEMBER 22nd

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