The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1957 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 24, 1957
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Neighbors In Surprise For Tifonka Folks v ? !f ?, hka ~ Mr and Mrs Menno Everdlns and daughters were pleasantly surprised Friday evening when a group of 37 neiffh- &? rs gathered at their home north of Titonka. The evening was spent socially after which lunch was served by the guests. Mr and Mrs Evercfing were presented a floresceat lighted picture by the group in attenderide. -They will move in town at the Alice Buffington home which they purchased the first part of February. Those in attendence were- Rev 6nd Mrs Droon and Dale, Mr and Mrs Henry Meinders ,and Wilbur, M 'l JY m< jKai-does and fpnv, Mr and Mrs. Ben SielemahJ ^Mf atid Mrs Jim MeindeiVMHand Mrs Harm Riaius and Carolyn,! Mr and Mrs Robert Kruse, Mr Mnd Mrs Lawrence Balvance and family, i Mr and Mrs Raymond Kruse arid '. Galen, Mr and Mrs Wm. Everd- i ing and family, Mr and Mrs Her- [ man Jansen, Wm'. Penning and I Mr and .Mrs Walter Tapper and* family, ,. i . Undergoes Surgery Mrs Stanley Harris of Titonka .underwent surgery at the Mercy' hospital in Mason City Thursday. Ramsey Church Elects the Ramsey Reformed church held its annual congregational church meeting Thursday afternoon, Jan. 17 with four new members being added to the list of Elders and Deacons. They are Harm Risius, Senus Isebrand, George Ricks and Eno Folkerts. They will take their oath of office at a later date. Buffalo Club Hostess *MYs Erwiri Edfen entertained the Buffalo Township Homemakers club Friday, Jan. 18, with Mrs Gerald Huber assistant hostess. "Yeast Breads" was given by Mrs X Lester Eden and Mrs Ted Dunmire. Mr and Mrs Elroy Hatlen attended funeral services of Mr Hatten's grandmother, Mrs Angeline Haupert, held at the St. John's Catholic church Monday morning. Mr and Mrs Walter Baade are the parents of a baby daughter born Friday, Jan. 18 at the St. Ann hospital in Algona. The baby has been named LeAnn Marie and weighed 9 Ibs. 2 oz. Mrs Baade is the former Mary Lee Cole of Burt and this is their first child. Mrs Wm. Boyken entertained her bridge club Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Marie Krantz, Mrs Mable Dunmire and Mrs Minnie . Ocsterreicher winning the prizes. *~ .Mrs George Sachati wife a guest. Mrs Gordon Swan entertained her sewing club Thursday evening. Donald Norland underwent surgery at the Buffalo Center hospital Monday. John D. Johnson was operated on for appendicitis <at the Buffalo Center hospital Thursday evening. Doreen Bechtel of Sherburn, Minn., has been caring for the new baby and Mrs Loren Hans the past week. Miss Bechtel is Mrs Hans sister. Mrs George Sachau entertained her 500 club Thursday afternoon with two tables present. Prizes were won by Mrs Ollie- Bruns, Mrs Dorothy Sexton and Mrs Irene Higgins. German Township Homemakers Club will meet Tuesday, Jan. 22, at 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs Eugene Beenken, with Mrs George Sonnenberg as co-hostess. A pot luck dinner will be held with the hostesses furnishing coffee and desert. The lesson will be given by Mrs John S. Rippentrop and Irvin Beenken. Mr and Mrs Alfred Stenzcl of Elmore are parents of a baby son born Saturday, Jan. 19, at the Blue Earth hospital. The baby weighted 8 Ibs. 5 l .-a oz. and has been named Gary Alfred. The new mother is the former Caroline Van Hove, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove of Titonka. Miss Lcona Heitland of Buffalo Center was a dinner guest at the Henry VanHove home Sunday. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Jess Harms of Burt and evening callers was Mr and Mrs Herman Limberg of Woden. Mr and Mrs Telko Sleeker and Mrs Natjc and Mrs Anna Swyter were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mrs Anna Ubben. Whittemore By Art Heidenwith Mr and MO> August Vuudt Jr., Mrs August Vaudt Sr., Mrs Louis Greinert, Mrs Anna Behrike, Mr and Mrs Herman' Zuinarh and Mr and Mrs Arnold Cade of here and Miss Clara Vaudt of Esllier- ville, drove to Jefferson, Iowa, Sunday, to visit with Mr and Mrs Herman Vaudt, who celebrated thc;ir fiftieth wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Vaudt wore former residents here. Coining from Van Meter, they built a complete set of farm buildings one mile southwest of Whitle- niore. After a number of years of farming they sold their farm and moved to f'armingtan, and later to Jefferson. Mr and Mrs Hay Haugen of Algona, Wanda Hanson of Speneer, and Mrs Pearl Hanson of here visiied at th« home of Mr and Mrs Milton Espe. Mrs Harry Svhmeling, Mr and Mrs Thumub Dunphy, Mit, Louis Bratts, and Mrs Hugo Meyer were entertained at pinochle at the Arthur Heidenwith home Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Dan Foley arid daughters Marybeth and Ann, and Kay Frances Rosendahl visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Bode at Wesley, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz and son Dick arrived home Sunday evening from Iowa City, where Dick was a patient since a week ago last Friday. He 1 has improved and is required to rest for a month at home. Rueben Butzfce and St. Pawl'* Lutheran Choir attended the dedication of St. Paul's Lutheran church in Emmetsburg Sufrday. The choir sang in the afterftooft service. Mr and Mrs Louis Wehrspann are spending winter Vaca* tion at St. Petersburg, Florida. They will return the latter part of March. Mrs P. L. Stainhrook left Sunday for Ottumwa, to visit at*the bedside of her sister, Mrs Leroy Brian, of Montezuma, who is ifl a critical condition in St. Joseph's hospital. The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held last week Tuesday evfcttthg. Cards were played, Mrs Peter W. Kollasch wofrhigR, Mils Cfiftfad Higgins low. Mrs Richard Arent won the plate prize, Mrs Leroy Farrell, Mrs Les'tet Fuchsen and Mrs Joseph fisser were on the serving committee. Mr and Mrs George Wichtefi- dahl and Herman wichteftdahl visited at the home of their brother, Mr and Mrs Otto Wichtendahl in Fenton, Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs George Wotter and sons Gary arid Loren, and Pearl Bayer of Lqtts Creek, were Sun.* ? a y even , m l dinner guests at th« home of Mr find Mr* Ruebea Butzke. „ .£ relatives andi fftends of Carl Dahlhauser attsnded last ntes Saturday held in Si Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona 1 . Carl was a brother of Peter Dahlhauser and Mrs Clara Thul, and grew to manhood two miles southeast of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Francis Spilles had as guests at their home Wednes* lay, Mr and Mrs M. fteindets o* JIallard and Mr and Mrs Fraftk Spilles of here, in honor of their *on Mark on his fifth birthday. The guests are gffiiidpajrsntfl Sf Mark. The Whittethofd Ladies sewing dub met at th# h-dnie af Mrs Lawrence Gade Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Donold Hutburt of Fort Dodge and Mr And Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and family of Lotts Creek visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith, Thursday evening. TnurwJoy, Jan. 24, 195? Algono (Ifl.) Upp«t 8fi M«lr>t»-1 Mrs MatwMt ftfey# spent from last wtek Tuesday mm Wednesday «i«ht at tun fjethi &i her d«u|ht«P 4 Mf tticl MfS Alfred Bruhft of CyUflSef* Mr itttd Mrs dtdfge Me^er, Mr and Mrs Edwin Qftttiert, Mr and Mrs William qgtWald, Mr and Mrs Harry Seely, Mr aftd Mrs Lawrence Meyer and Mr and Mrs Bert Seely Mr and Mrs Rudolph Haftover, Mr and Mrs Edwin Tietfc were Thursday evening guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Erwifi ffittfifii 1%! was the 25th ry of Mr and . Mr and Mr* Mr and Mm , family, Mr and of here Mr and - er of Qitner, find Mf tnd^Mfs Edwin Liebr attd ffliHl^ el LtftfS Creek were &U»dfty diflttftf guests at the home oj Mr and Mw At* bert Meyer itt Lotts Gf«ek ift fioft* or of their daughter BietioT Ruth on her confirmation in Immanttel Lutheran chutth. FINEST QUALITY SAVE |, On Your Feed Bill Our Specialty It U. S. Graded Choice Beef WEEK.ENt) fHRirt SPECIAL Tim* SAVE 3. Meal Planning Time Economy Steaks At Ib. 59c Ib. 35c&39c IN TEMPTING Beef Roasts k *THATS THRIFTY TOO Full Flavored SKIPPY PEANUT UTTER DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE JUICE 46 oz. Can 290 PINEAPPLE CRUSHED No. 211 Cans LEANI WONDERFUL SMOKEY FLAVOR Sliced Bacon Roth's Mulberry Ib. 35c FRESH GROUND FROM JUICY TENDER BEEF Hamburger [Ground Beef] 3 1 79c CENTER CUT HAM SLICES..LbJ9c OYSTERS.... Pint 89c SOLID PACK RENWICK IOWA, PIONEER LB. Longhorn Cheese. 49c PORK CHOPS Lb. 39c END CUT _ CHOICE LAMB AND VEAL CHOPS, ROASTS AND STEAKS FASTCO Oleomargarine 390 T-Lb. Pkgs. Cans Sunshine Crackers 25* Prune Juice Sunsweet Quart Brand Bottle 350 REUNION BRAND CORN Whole Kernel Reg. or Cream Style Can PILLSBURY'S BEST Spaghetti Franco American 15I/40Z. Cans 250 Pork & Beans Van Camp's No. 300 Cans 250 Tomato Juice Stokleys 46 oz. Brand Can 290 Creamettes Quick Cooking Macaroni Pkgs. 230 FROZEN FOOD SPECIAL I Chicken Pot Pies UBBY'S - And Truly Delicious 4 8 c 98c UBBY'S Sauerkraut CALIF. NAVEl No. 300 Cans 290 Pancake Mix 3 Ib. ba0430 STOKLEY'S TOMATO tr Catsup 2 14-ot. Bottles GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 50 Lb. l Sack RED DOT POTATO CHIPS CHOW MEIN NOODLES WIIP FEEDERS Super* Ration ">•>• 2 Ib. Fk 450 ORANGES 2 •«• 59C WASH. WINESAP APPLES ul -39

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