The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1957 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 17, 1957
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. AROUND ALGONA' ' Mrs G. C. Barton was hostess to the staff partv of the Re- behah Lodge on Tuesday evening —o— Naomi Circle will mwl Friday fifU-rnoon at the home of Mrs G. C. Barton. Walter Schildknecht spent froth Tuesday through Saturday of last week attending a sales conference at Mnrshalltown. Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs Phi] Diamond. Mrs Ted Chrischilles was hostess to members of her bridge dub f>n Thursday evening. Mrs A. J. Ricklpfs received, the high score. —o— Mr and Mrs Tom McGraw are spending n few days in Minneapolis attending a lumber dealer's convention. Mr and Mrs Mel Thompson loft last Thursday on a thret week's vacation trip to California. Mrs K. 3. Cowan was hostess to the members of her bridge club on Wednesday evening. Mrs F. M. Holt and Mrs A. J. Rick- lefr, were guests. Mr and Mrs Bob Arnott, former residents now of Faribnult, Minn, spent Saturday in Algona. They came to attend the LaBarrc funeral and remained to visit Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips. —o— The two Brownie troops led by Mrs Charles Hardgrove and Mrs Jerry McKean visited the telephone office as part of their regular meeting. Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Lee Schenck be. came the parents of their thirr 1 child. Wednesday. Jan. 9 when o boy was born to them at St. Ann hospital. He has been named Gordon Lee and he has a brother and a sister. Mr and Mrs E. E. Robinson, Mrs Eliza Angle and Mrs Earl Bowman were in Mason City on Friday where they attended funeral services for Ed Robinson, an uncle of E. E. Robinson and Mrs Bowman. Mrs Mabel Lee was hostess to the Eight Specs card club on Wednesday evening. Mrs Henry Johanson was a guest. Prizes were received by Mrs W. J. Sigs bee, Mrs Elizabeth Post and Mrs Johanson. Mr and Mrs. Charles Devine are parents of a daughter, Coleen born to them Thursday at St. Ann Hospital. The older children are at the home of Mrs Devine's sister, Mrs Kenneth Mulligan at Bancroft and are ill with the flu. Mrs Devine went to Bancroft upon her release, leaving the new baby at St. Ann as a boarder. APVHTIStD IN THIS MONTH'S Active Dry Yeast FLEISCH- A MANN'S O for "Thrifty Three's" KARO Syrup 5 Ib. can 69c I AM 1 1C NESTLE'S Choc. M- Morsels, Pkg ..... <6*PC .NESCAFE I 6 oz. jar ------ I * CLABBER GIRL taking Powder 10 oz. can ROBIN HOOD FLOUR. 25 Ib. bag CREAM- A ETTES * Ib. box C and H CANE SUGAR 5 Ib. bag Ball Dome LioTs I I 2 pkgs. 27o HILEX IQ- Bleach qt. 196 FAREWAY STORE Antoinette Boftnsietter, school nurse, is a patient this week at St. Ann hospital. She entered Friday and Is undergoing treatment for a lung congestion and a possible allergy. —o— P. E. 0. sisterhood met Wednesday evening for their Founders Day dinner at the home of Mrs H. E. Whyte. The program, Mrs Martha Sherman is spending a couple of weeks at Mason City where she is visiting her son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Tom Sherman. The Eighth Graders Dance Club will meet Wednesday evening, Jan. 23, at Lucia Wallace gymnasium. Mrs Merle Moxley is instructor. Mr and Mrs A. E. Briggs were visited over the weekend by M- Briggs' son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Robert Q. Johnson, of Minneapolis. Mrs Johnson is the former Mavis Briggs. Esther Quinby. .Irisie Colliuni and Marie Mtirlagh. James E. Sheridan will leave for Chicago Friday, Jan. 18, wtieie he will take a position appointed to him by Seaboard Finance Corporation. Seaboard's Executive offices for the Midwest area are located in Chicago. —o— Mariners Club of the Presbyterian Church will meet Sunday evening at the church for a potluck supper. New officers will no incfnilfvl piv.1 n •panel consisting "f Lewis Snydef, Earl Legler and Dun Potter will discuss Teenage Problems. —o— Presbyterian Women's Organization meets this afternoon, (Thursday). The Upper Room services are in charge of Mrs W. F. Colwell. A dessert luncheon will be followed by a business meeting. Mrs Leon Martin will give devotions. Mrs Lowell Lenz is program chairman. »_Q_ —* Mr and Mrs Eugene Hood had fir their pfupcfc o-.-fr the Mrs Hood's sisters, Mrs Frank Bonder of Kansas City and Mrs C. W. Conner of DPS Moines. They came to attend the Golden Wedding celebration of Mr and Mrs August Harig. The Hoods also had Barbara Reding of Willamette. 111. as their guest last week —o— Jimmy Cassel, infant son of Mr and Mrs Leo Cassel, entered St. Ann hospital on Wednesday at last week as a pneumonia patient. The little boy was critically ill for a few days but is now much hTtpfnv<v1 -inrt if "•;,.• \"' ••'• M that he '••wild be i (•]»';(:-•• '.*••'-< r . Mr and Mts Eugene Hood ar» in Des Moines today. (Trin-sdjiy! where they will attend ti:r- inauguration ceremonies tor Gnv< > nor Herschel Loveless and the inaugural ball. Mr find Mrs .L>< Bradley also hope to attend, hut because of illness it is uncertain at this writing whether or net they made the trip. 71 YEARS Elmer Benson has retired as P January 17, 1057 Algeria (Id.) Uppftr 6f* v i'iirincsfi man. He kei'v there as a young '••} :md has been in s owner or employee VOfl! : ST. JOE NEWS Catholic Daughters of America, Court St. Joseph, will hold their annual Guest Night on Thursday evening with a 6 o'clock pot lurk dinneir. Committee in rh.-rge ot' dinner and SWcffll how ,-tnd program will. be. Mrs Laurence Thilges. Mrs , HfrrtiM Fri- ciers, Mrs Frank Reding, Mis Mnt.h Kirsch. Mrs John Reding, Mr-- Henry Ziemet, Margaret Reidniller, Mrs Louis fefchpunok, Mrs Genevieve Weydert, Mrs Ed McGuire and Mrs Nick Bormann. Cpl. Billy Borrnsnfi, ftOn of Mr and Mrs Nick Bormffnh, came home on Saturday From Fort Knox, Ky., with his army discharge after two years service. FAREWAY Highest Quality SAVEll FAREWAY Lowest Prices ASPARAGUS FLAVOR KIST SALTINE CRACKERS CHILI FLAVOR KIST COOKIES 490 FIG BARS Can 19C NIBLETS - VACUUM PACKED CORN 12oz. Cans SNOW CROP FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6-oz. Cans STATE FAIR Strawberry Preserves 12 oz. Jars KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP Quart Jar NATIVE CHERRY PIE MIX No. 2 Can 29C STA FLO STARCH Qt. Bottle 230 HUNT'S 10MA10ES 2 No. 300 Cans BORDEN'S NONESUCH MINCE MEAT 12 oz. Jar 296 Hunt's Brand 14-oz. Bottles -VERMONT MAID MAPLE FLAY. SYRUP Jar EVAPORATED MILK 2 Cans CAKE MIX PILLSBURY White - Yellow - Choc. Reg. Pkg. 291 OFFEE Maxwell House 6 oz Instant Jar 1.39 VANISH Bowl, Cleaner Giant Size SUNOL BRAND Prunes 2 Lb. Cello Bag TOILET TISSUE Northern Colored mmmmmmmm SOLID PACK OYSTERS Reg. Rolls FRESH GROUND Cleansi'g Tissue Northern *W 300 Count Brand ^W Boxes pt. 89c BEEF 3 Lbs. 8Jc DECKERS SUMMER SAUSAGE LbJ9c YOUNG & TENDER ECONOMY BEEF STEAKS Round Sirloin T-Bones Ib. 59 U. S. CHOICE THE FINEST BEEF STEAKS Meat Prices Effective Thursday, Friday, Saturday ib. 75 SLICED BACON Mulb 'E LEAN HAM SHANKS 2 to 3 Ib. .Avg. Lb. YOUNG & TENDER ECONOMY BEEF ROASTS Ib. 35 FRYING CHICKENS U, S, CHOICE THE FINEST BEEF ROASTS PERCH, HADDOCK, WALLEYE Shoulder Cuts ib. 43 CATFISH FIUIT5 RED PONTIAC POTATOES ZIPPER SKIN 10-Lb. Bag O MOM 1C AI-, -• F.O O I> JOIST "UI BUT ION TANGERINES 2 m -

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