The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1961 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1961
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Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Orion are Barents of a daughter born Sunday at St. Ann hospital, \ Mrs. J. W. Pentecost was vis-' ited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs l-ouis Heetland, Renwick. •- Mr. and Mrs. Milion Marlbw find Mr. and Mrs. Murl Potter spent the weekend at Minneapolis. r: Mrs. Amy Johnson had as dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner and children, Burt. , Mr, ' and Mrs. Elmer Phillips had as guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Marion.- Burbahk, Mason City. JIAt. and Mrs. Julius Peterson recently spent a day at Royal With Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson. Dick, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Baliuffi has been out of school the past week with an at- t'ack of asthma. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schilmoeller were visited Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Schilmoeller, Laura.' Lynn and Leanne, Ames. , Cresco Mothers and Daughters Club will meet at -the home ol Effie Runchey Dec. 13. There will be 'a $1 gift exchange. / : Mr. - and Mrs. Harvey Reia \^ere visited by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schroeder of Lakota, be-/' fore they left for Chula Vista : Calif., where they will remain till May 1. -; Mrs. Mary Olson spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sampson and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Hoover in the Doan vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Simpson had as recent guest Mrs. Alma Simpson, Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Brady Rovn were visited over the weekend by their daughter, Judy, a student at the Iowa Methodist School of Nursing at Des Moines. They took her to Independence for part' of her training. . Mr. and Mrs. Paul Palmer have received word from their son Charles at Fort Lewis, Wash., that he has completed .an O.C.T, Course. He was recently on leave' and spent the time at San Francisco, Calif., with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Siockwell spent the weekend at Mason City Kruif, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jr., o the mtional Gua has completed his , six months duty at Fort. Ord, Calif., and will be home Monday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Don Christensen were visited four days last week by the latter's son Calvin' Pasley, Albuquerque, New Mex. Since then he has left with his company and is located at London for the present. His wife remained 'in Albuquerque. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hagg left Sunday for Wellman where they will remain several days with their grandchildren, Mike and Tony Tolsdorf, -while the mother Is hospitalized. A daughter, who has been named Mary Ann, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tolsdorf Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. F. C. Scanlan spent Thanksgiving day at Muscatine with Mr. and Mrs. Richard Halpin. From there they went to Galesberg, 111., and joined .their daughter, Virginia, Mrs, Phillip Everest and children at the home of Mr. Everest's parents/ She and the children had flown from their home in San Francisco, Calif. Mr. Everest is in Japan. The Culifurniuns will be here Dec. 10 for a visit with Dr. and Mrs. Scunlan. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Seeley are going to •Minneapolis for tht weekend. Jerry Lewis went to Omaha. Nebr., Monday and remained until Tuesday ", attending a board meeting, -.^ ; '•. , Mr^ and Mrs. Frank Osirum were visited over the weekend by Mr, and Mrs. Ed Ostrum, St. James, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ridge had as recent dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Johnson, Debbie and Bobbie, Hardy.' Mrs. Mark Ogren has return* ed from a visit of several days at Omaha, Neb., - with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gibson. Mr. and : Mrs. Lyle Reidinger spent a recent weekend at Maquoketa with : the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Reidinger. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ridge had as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Don Craft, Deborah and Douglas, Waterloo. They are former residents here. ' - " Mrs. Mary Olson and her brothers Ted and Lou Hoover attended funeral services Saturday at Bode for their aunt, Mrs. Eunice Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Misbach are being visited by the latter's mother, Mrs. E. A. Carlson, Des Moines, who will be here till'after'Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ferden and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Obrecht have had as guest the past'week Mrs. JEllen Ferden,. Rolfe. -The Obrechts took'her home and also visited Friday with Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Kaiser at Rplfe. Mr. and Mrs.*' Cameron Shierk, who have been living in Sioux City, have moved to Frederick, Md. He is with the Elberts too* company, manufacturers of precision instruments. The daughter Ruth- and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Di Venere have moved from Fort Dodge to Chicago. . •? ;• ' ^MOTOR REPAIRS Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service .Motors Availably For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Phono CY 4-4326 Algona, lo • Cigarettes A carton or two makes a wonderful glftl • -, --v i_ ^ .-• -•- S.. '^M V- *•-' T^' Vf •'•-• V. N."~r 'is •-«' 1 VVWWW 1 »«"~i-"«J' t -''VWVVS'' 1 • Cigars Christmas-boxed and Algona'i biggest itltctionl Pipes & Pouches excellent supply for the holiday*) ^.., ,^ , ... , - „/,.-,. • ,, ->,, >-'-». v • -. •.-;.,'.-'v v,' >-"W • Cigarette Lighters A wonderful 01ft for the imokerl .. . - ,. v —'"*--'". -.-' - * -''•'••-'"' '-• - * " ' N " " -•^•'^•"'"-VW^'VV: •Magazine Subscription Wf f|i prder any mi|«ilp« it • MNay glftl ~~'L. NICE SELECTION OP BOXBO CANDIES — The SMOKE SHOP ALOONA Mrs. Harold Roth aee6«ij»art'« ied her niece, Defray Kemna, to Fort Dodge Friday, to .yisit another niecie of Mrs. Roth, Mrs. Lowell Shiman, at Mercy hos* pital. Mr. arid Mrs. •John Zellef to- turned recently after--a 10-day trip that included .stops at Mountain Some, Ark., and other places of interest in Arkansas and Missouri. Mrs, Dorothy Reiken returned a week ago Monday from Iowa City where she had major surgery. She returned 'to her work at the Chrischilles store Mon• day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Bbtt will have &a weekend guests Mr. and Mrs, M. C. Pxieskom, ^6rt Dodge. Other - guests expected are Mr. and Mrs. Minor and son.Davidi Des Mr; and Mrs, Aft* spent the weekend at Des Mbil& with Mr. and Mrs. Roger .JJHdrjk* sen «nd brought back with fhe'm the four year old grandjBot^ Keith, who will*, be 1 he"fe"B -*ew days. '» M. N. Phillips, 97,, was' liken to St. Ann hospital D,ec. 1., He has been' making his hdftie 'with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith and, his been unusually well for a • man of his age until the past; ,.f f.W, '. .months. Mrs. Clem Cavanaugh has re* turned from Milwaukee^ and Be* bit, Wis. where she visited with relatives arid friends. Mf. and Mrs. Frank Lory accompanied her and, remained, for a short visit. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Palmer spent Sunday at Clear Lake with Mr. and Mrs. Gale Haltes. In the afternoon they went to Mason City to see Earnest Kearney,, former Algonan now living at Britt, who is in Mercy hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ringsdorf have moved from their rural home to a house recently built for them at 17J5 .East Lu-, cas street. They had as guestfl Monday evening ' Mr. and MrJ. ' Dave Harig and Mr. and Mrs, Leslie fiorenson. ' ' Mrs. M*da Redfield earn* Friday from Des Moines and will Visit friends here for a Week Of more, Among those with whoju she will spend most of the tinie ere Mrs. Bessie Jones, Mrs. fithel Potter, Mrs. Elmer Phillips arid Myrtle Turhbaugh. Mr. and MM. Al Eischeld had as Thanksgiving guests Mr. arid Mrs. Herbert Knecht of Forest City and Mr. and 'Mrs. Marvin Kramer, Algona. The Knechts spent part' of the day with Josephine. Knecht,..WWUemote. Thurtdpy, December 7, If e)t Alflona (la.) Uyper Pet Mr, «n,d Mf». Wilfred SL John had as guests Sunday Mr. and MM. < Larry -E, St. John,. Fort podge. Mrs. St. John an£ the children Larry Eugene »nd Jfitft* berly Kay remained for a longer visit with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ferman Heinen. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott SkilHng as guests Mr. and' Mrs. Npfc'riian O'Dell, Lawlon, Okla., who. came ^fonday. Mr! O'Dell Js in service and is going from here,to Indiana to attend a school for postal service. His wife, the former Sandra Skilling, will go with him. . - Mr. and Mr«, Aifteti WeUhaar spent Thanksgiving at Storm Lake with Mr. and Mrs, Eld Weis- hMr »nd *Uyed for & few days lif^r. Me> guesS it the din* ner were Mr. and Mrs. John Ru~ '(daflV Wodett, -Mr. 'and ' Mrs." Floyd Wehhnar and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stalzer and the respective families. At ' the conclu^ 1 »ion of the parents visit, they were brought home by Mr. anc(l Mrs.' Floyd Weishaar. : • REGISTER TICKETS and carbon cash register rolls at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. „ BUSTER ENGLISH WALNUTS URGE 1H CUP SIZE SILVERDALE FROZEN - MIX OR MATCH Jj VEGETABLES 6 Pkgs. loo SWANSDOWN CAKE MIX 3 "**• 89 GOOCH ELBOW Macaroni : 43 HEINZ Ketchup 19 WAX PAPER , ' ! • Waxtex » ott -i , LIQUID JOY 12 OZ. BOTTLE 29 . . ) Vi STURGEON BAY CHERRIES M NP. 2 cmmmc 4^L D. 2 CANS HORMEL C HILI DUBUQUE TEMT LUNCHEON MEAT Oz. CAN 39 RED KARO WHITE SYRUP NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE NORTHERN Towels 2 ROLL PKG. NORTHERN FACIAL 300 COUNT PKG. 17 STALEY'S CORN STARCH 2 -£ 29 HUMPTYDUMPTY SALMON IB. CAN 59 IMPERIAL MARGARINE 3£. 'loo HIPOLITE MARSHNALLOW CREME 2 j - s 39 C 45 23 HICKORY SMOKED - TENDER BUY NOW AND SAVE BUTT & SHANKLESS 89 c tb. 45 45 LITTLE ZIZZURS PORK Per Pkg, LINK SAUSAGE ..... . Me LEAN CANADIAN BACON BEEF TURKEY EARLY DIXIE Popcorn GOLD BELL Raisins '-" 33 EAGLE BRAND MILK LG. CAN 35 • FASTCO FLOUR 10 IB. BAG KEUOGG'S RICE KRISPIES 9!/ 2 Oz. Pkg. 25 CURTISS MINIATURE MARSHMALLOWS 2 n : l- 33 ZIPPER SKIN TANGERINES to. 33' RED POTATOES *U? 59' FRESH GREEN EPPERS each 5 - POLICY You 69" M Jyre When You Shop At Fprewoy Thqt Ypu C«t The Saying* Advantage Of All The Lowest Prices. ,At PRICES EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 7Th THRQUGH DECEMBER 13TH 'BCONQMICA1/ FCTOD

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