The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1957 · Page 6
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^ Vollmer-Preston Nuptials Today At Bancroft Swea & E«gl« — Miss Phyllis Vollmer of Bancroft was honored ftt a miscellaneous shower held Sunday afternoon P.t St. John's Hall. Bancroft. After some entertainment the bride-to-be opened her many useful gifts. A number of friends were hostesses find served a luncheon. Attending from here was Mesdames. Karl Preston, Howard Preston. Vircil Preston. Leo Guerdett, Paul Snnftner. Floyd Brekke. Mike Kennedy. Joe Preston. Roger l.inde, Tom Preston. Mayhard Jensen, Marvin Kelly, John Kelly. Vern Molinder and Misses Edith and Myrtle Molinder. Phyllis Vollmer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Vollmer, and Emory, son of Mr and Mrs Earl Preston will be married at Bancroft, Jan. ](1. Duane and t/avon Jenson. children of Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen left Sunday for Mankato, Minn. Duane will enter Business Colle.ce and La von began a nurse's training course last Sept. is a student at Teachers College, Mankato. The Eagle Ettes 4-H girls club held their Christmas party Dec. 15 at the home of Judy Hurlburt. Township Assessors met at the Court room in "Algona last week for instruction in assessing. They were Lloyd W. Thorson of Eagle; Soren Pederson of Grant; Sam A. Butcher of Swea. Mr and Mrs David Dontje, Mr and Mrs Jim Koons and son, and Ronald Stenzel and Mr and Mrs Roger Linde returned home Saturday after attending the Rose parade and Rose Bowl game at Pasadena, Calif. Mr and Mrs Jimmie Preston became parents of a son born Sunday, Dec, 30 at Estherville hospital. The baby is the couple's second child the other a girl. . Mr and Mrs Robt. Berggren and and Mrs Robert Berggren and children visited last week at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Berggren and Robert's and her family, the Wayne Thompsons. Mr and Mrs Francis Torino and children, Cheryle and Larry were New Year eve dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Donald Patterson, Burt. Waunita Guerdet has returned to her nurses training at Briar Cliff, Sioux City, after two weeks at parental Leo Guerdon home. Mrs Clarence Weis entertained her Circle of the St. Mary's Catholic Church Thursday afternoon at her home. J. P. Peterson who spent two weeks at Estherville hospital was released in time to spend holidays at the home. Mr and Mrs Emil Larson had as supper guests Friday night. Edith and Myrtle Molinder, Cheryle Torine, and Ronnie and Arnie Linde. Mr and Mrs- Ellis Jongberg and children returned last week Tuesday after a two weeks visit with Mrs Jongberg's relatives in Texas. August Becks closing 6ut farm sale last week Thursday was well attended. August will' move to Armstrong. Marcia Jensen and Barbra Mino accompanied three young folks from Waterloo and Charles City Sunday afternoon for Sioux Falls, {5. D. where all attend college. Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen had as New Year dinner guests, Mr &nd Mrs Lenjs Peterson and son, and Mr and Mrs Lester Osburn and family. Mr and Mrs Joe Cochran and pon Billy of State Center visited from Saturday until Sunday at friends, Mr and Mrs Morris Johnson in Swea City. Mr and Mrs Mforris Johnson entertained at their home Saturday night for Mr and Mrs Cochran. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson, Mr and Mrs Leslie Anderson and Mr and Mrs Reubin Holcomb. Mrs Dosie Engstrom accompanied her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Nels Overfield of Elmore, Minn. Saturday to visit, Cheryle Torine who spent holiday vacation at the parental Francis Torines left Sunday to resume College at Upper Iowa. Mr and Mrs Lester Johnson, Loren Johnson and Major Tasker Johnson visited Friday at the home of Mr and Mrs Truman Johnson. Major and Mrs Johnson of Montgomery, Ala. are visiting his parents, the Lester Johnsons. Algona, and her mother at Buffalo Center. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch IJr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel, Conine and Kennit attended a New Years Uve party at the Virgil ZwiefeJ horn* at Doliiver. Wpp »nd Mrs Herbert Nelson end family and Mr and Mrs Donald Michaeisen and family attended a New Years Eve party at tlve Mary Michaelsen home in Ti- ionka, Mr and Mrs larl JZwiefel, Corrine and JCejrm^.were N.ew Years dinner gu$«S at the home of Rev. and Mrs Max, Goldman of Ti- tonkft« •* Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and faroUy and Mr «"d Mrs el T»to»ka were ofskp arwl sffpr visiting a1 thp Fiirh home, they went to Bntt to visit Mr Clark's father. The 4-H Club mo1 Thursday evening at the Portland Community Hall with a nice crotvtif all me'mbOTfc present and all reprn't- inE; a good tune. David Rasmussen was host. M:- and Mrs Floyd Huisman of Woden were Friday evening visitors in the Earl Zwiefel home. a Ufe .Tpsse Waltham. old time resident of Portland, passed away Saturday morning. Funeral ser- viees were held Tuesday afternoon at the Presbyterian Church of Burt. Mrs Earl Zwiefel and Corinne wtnt to Mason City Saturday. Mrs Bernard Plielps has been down with a bad case of stomach flu. for the last two or three davs. Mr and Mrs F-arl Zwiefel and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Ed Zwiefel home in Titonka. "One of th* most futile things a woman does— Is to lie to another woman." Yogi Berra led the World Series hitters in 1955 with a .417 average. He made 10 hits in 24 trips to the plate. Ruth Graham A Bride, Titonka Titonkn — Nuptial vows were spoken by Miss Ruth Graham and Fred Jennings, both of Titonka, at the Methodist Church, Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Max Goldman officiated at the ceremony. Their attendants were his sister and her brother, Mr and Mrs Harvey Graham, also of Titonka. A reception Dvas held at the home of Mr afcd Mrs Harvey,Gra» ham with 20 guests present. The table was centered with a two tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and ftroom. After a few days wedding trip «-AlfloM fltt.) Upptf fcfi MdlMI Thtfnday, January 16, they will make their horhe in Titonka where they will be to their many friends afid relatives. Budlongs On Trip f iioftk* -*. Misses Edith and Hazel fiudlortg and Mrs Roy Budlonfe left Saturday for a trip to Arizona and California. They will visit at Tucson first. On their trip home which will he m three months they will visit the Howard tfrenches at Phoenix and then to Mesa until the first of April. If'8 HEWS — WE WANf 11 ,,,4.«««»'?"""'"T . *» \. fyA fci «i*> 1041 86 \ ft ?mm-A'/v.\~m." WPITTED DATES K*-.39$ | AKGEL FOOD CAKE MIX HUNT'S Fruit Cocktail 15 oz. Can REAL GOLD Orange Base I 6 oz. Cans 29 FASTCO BUTTER REMARKABLE PEARS HUMPTY DUMPTY SALMON PENICK GOLDEN SYRUP 29C REUNION BRAND PEAS No. 303 Cans 1 Lb. Can BLEACH and DISINFECTANT . Gal. Jug HILEX 49C 5-Lb. Can 53C NIAGARA GLOSS STARCH 12 oz. Pkg. APRICOTS Hunt's Whole Unpeeled BREAKFAST CEREAL - POSTS CORN TOASTIES.. V 8 C FASTCO Oleomarge'rine... 2 »£ 39C BUSTER BRAND WALNUT MEATS 8-oz. Pkg. 69C NABISCO PREMIUM CRACKERS 1 Lb. Pkg. Biscuit-Mix. Box 29$ ELBOW Macaroni 2-Lb. ' Pkg. STILLWELL SWEET Potatoes Fareway U. S. CHOICE BEEF Swiss Steak. Center Cuts Lb. 65C SKINLESS LEAN SMOKED Ham Shanks.. 2*3 Lb. Avg, 29C LEAN Ground Beef.. Pounds S7U YOUNG & TENDER ECONOMY Beef Steaks.. Sirloin Round T-Bones 59C HOME MADE STYLE Ring Bologna, Ib. 39c LONGHORN CHEESE Lb. 49c END CUT PORK CHOPS Lb. He FILLET OF Ocean Perch. Lb. 29c STEWING & FRYING CHICKENS CHOICE VEAL CUTS TURKEYS Grocery Prices Effective Thru Wednesday January 16th Fareway CALIF. GOLDEN CARROTS 16 oz. RED PONTIAC POTATOES 1.19

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