The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1957 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 7, 1957
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LOCALS Mrs William Ahkeftbauet St., and daughter Zulabel moved February 1 to an apartment at Mrs Celia Deal on south Harlan street. The other apartment is occupied by Mrs Ethel Potter Mis Ankenbauer has sold her house on east Oak street to a Fort Dodge resident. Mr and Mt« Floyd Richards, 128 W I0th St., Blue Earthj Minn., former residents of the Burt-Lone Rock area, celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary Sunday, February 3. They held an open house from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 9 p.m. Mrs Richards is a sister of Wilbur Ztegler of Algona. M* and Mrs Leonard Baas came Sunday from Whittemore and took Hie letter's mother, Mrs Ethel Potter to Fort Dodge for a visit with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Russell Chapman. From there Mrs Potter will go to Des Moines for a visit with an uncle and aunt of her late husband. Mrs Al Coleman who had recent surgery at Rochester for varicose veins' is now at home and able to be up and around a considerable part of the time. She and her husband came Wednesday to attend the Etherington- Stebritz wedding and took home with them the little daughter Lucy who has been cared for by her grandmother, Mrs Cclia Deal while Mrs Coleman was hospitalized. Baptism For Ottosen Infant Held Sunday Olfosen — Kathryn Kae, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Cletus Hundertmark, was baptized during services Sunday morning at Trinity Lutheran LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mrs Roger Jensen entertained at a card party Saturday evening in honor of the birthday of her husband. Ten couples were present. Prizes went to E. A. Lee high and travel, low Kenneth Jackson, Mrs Erich Seege- barth high, Mrs Kenneth Jackson low. Friday afternoon Mrs Jensen entertained in honor of her daughter Kathy's fifth birthday. Guests were Cynthia Blan- churd, Sue Ann Johnson, Jean Belli Christenson, Mrs Dean Jergenson and daughter Barbara of Algona, Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs Roy Jensen and Miss Tena Jensen. Butch Droessler of Bancroft called on W. C. Heitur Sunday morning. Mr Heiter and Mr Droessler are old classmates in school. Mr and Mrs George B. Long and family called Sunday in Wesley at the Clarence Ackerson residence. it .Mr and Mrs Walter Staudt. Vermillion, S. D. spent over the weekend with their son and family, the Charles Staudts. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and family called Sunday, afternoon at Swea City on Mr and Mrs Elmer Frank and family. Mr and Mrs Chet Aline and daughter Shirley of Ottosen visited with Mrs Maude Blanchard Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr and Mrs George B. Long and family called Sunday evening on Mrs Ruth Krueger. Sunday guests at the Frank Dreyer home were Mr and Mrs Larry Alt and family of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Ruddy Wilrett and family of Burt, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Presthus ,and family ot Bancroft were supper guests Sunda v at the Lvle Marlo.w home. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan visited Sunday afternoon in Fenton at the Kate Schroeder home. I Mr and Mrs Richard Behrends visited Friday evening at the L. V. Johnson home. Cheryl Engelby spent Thursday with her grandmother, Mrs Emil Person. Mr and Mrs Engelby visited there Thursday evening and spent over nite at the Person home. Friday Mrs Person visited in Swea City and speni over nite and Saturday at the Carlos Engelby home. Sunday for dinner Mr and Mrs Person were guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary of Burt. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf entertained Sunday dinner in honor of the belated eighteenth birthday of their son Alfred and ajso the fifteenth birthday of Arden KramtTsmeier, son of Mrs Alfred Kramersmeier. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Alfred Kramersmeier, Jerry and Arden Mis Frauka Schadenclorf of Lakota, Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt. Mr and Mrs Win Knoll and family, Mr and Mrs Russell Jen-' sen and family were dinner guests Saturday in Algona at the A. L. Jackman home In honor of tin; birthdays of Mrs Russell Jensen and Win. Knoll. Mr and Mrs Art Person ana family spent Sunday in Elmore at the home of her parents, Mi and Mrs Earl Eichhorn. Mr and Mrs Harry Hobson of Clarion were dinner guests Sunday at the Ralph C. Thompson home. Afternoon callers were Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey entertained for dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs Clarence Hovey, Carolyn and Kathy of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow called on her parents, Mr and Mrs W. M. Rotterman at Elmore. Minn. Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Joe Kemna and Kenneth of Bancroft called Sunday afternoon on the Howard Bierstedts. Sunday evening, Mr and Mrs Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Virgil Borchardt of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Merlyn Bauman of Lu- Verne enjoyed a smorgasbord supper in Fairmont, I churrh. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Carol Bakken of Garner. Following services the Carrol Bakken family and Rev. and Mrs Mountain. Mr and Mrs Prank Hundertmark of Livermore and Mr and Mrs LeRtay Trndall and daugthers of Beimond were dinner guests at the Hundertmark home. Are Grandparents Mr and Mrs Eldon Ellingson of Rurt arc the parents of a son born Jan. 31 at St. Ann hospital in Afgona. The baby weighed seven pounds and ten ounces and has been named Larry Ray. The Ellingspns are former residents of this community. Paternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Melviri Ellingson of Ottosen and the maternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Les Johnson of Rolfe. Mrs Caroline Telford observed 8?fh birthday on Tuesday. Jan. 29. Dinner guests the day to help her celebrate were Mr and Mrs Edward VonBank and Jane of Rolfe and Mrs Essie Cooper Mrs Clara Solberg observed her birthday Saturday, Feb. 2 Guests that afternoon for coffee and to help her celebrate includ-" ed Mrs Donald Usher, Mrs Morgan Hagen, Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain. Mrs Irvin Mogler, Mrs Fred Rnmprn, Mrs Albert Bergum and Mrs Kermit Fowler. Mrs Ralph Richards returned homo Tuesday from Rochester, where she had been a surgical patient at St. Mary's Hospital. Visitors at the W. H. Wehrs- pann home wore Mr and Mrs Henry Koeger and Mr and Mrs Herbert Balgeman of West Bend. Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs W .H. Wehrspann and Mrs Mina Wehrspann visited at the home Thursday, Peb. 7, 1957 Algona (la.) Upptf Gteft Me!n»l-S of Mrs Anna Wehrspann at Whitlomore. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hnfius visited Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs Cora Bacon at Algona. Edwin McLuen returned to Des Moines Wednesday where he attends Drake University. He spent the between semester vaca- tion at thn home of his parents, Mr and Mrs K. R. McLuen. Ly!o Waechtcr, student, at Iowa State College, spent the weekend at'the parental Antone Waechtor home. Mr and Mrs Raymond Montag and family of Rodman were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors at the Antone Waecnter home. FAREWAY'S SHOP AT FAREWAY AND SAVE! FREE BASKETS GROCERIES Register At Our Check-Out Counters Mortons Plain or Iodized Reg. Tube lOc BUTTERNUT Rosedaie Brand No. 303 Cans Swans Downs White, Chocolate Golden Reg. Pkg. Bollard Oven Ready Sweet Milk Reg. Pkg. IOC COFFEE (Mb. Limit Please) HUNT'S BARTLETT PEARS No. 2'/2 Cans Starkist Chunk Style 6!/2 oz. Can Robinhood 50-Lb. Sack MRS. TUCKER'S 3-Lb. Can SAC'CO - JAPANESE HULLESS OR YELLOW 22 oz. Pkg. Ten Delicious Flavors Pkg. HUNT'S 14 oz. Bottle Bordens Vz Gallon Vanilla and PLUS All Other Flavors 29c Pkg. Cookies -'FREE SAMPLES - SAC'CO SUNBEAM OPCORN - BREAD FAREWAY MEATS JUICY - TENDER DELICIOUS CENTER CUTS SUGAR-CURED AND SMOKED FOR FINEST FLAVOR! | Whole or | * Shank Half • BUTT PORTION ___ Lb. 53c TASTEGOOD U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF ALWAYS AT FAREWAY ! ! FAREWAY MEATS BBI^BBMHMBHH FAREWAY MEATS - FREE HAM SANDWICHES BONELESS FILLET OF PINT SIZE With lOc Coupon You Received in Mail FACIAL TISSUE 2 400 Count Boxes & BEANS Reunion Brand No. 300 Cans 250 NEW LOW PRICES ON BEEF QUARTERS I FAREWAY MEATS Comet Cleanser NEW CLEANSER With CHLORINOL Reg. Cans 250 TOMATO JUICE Campbells 46*oz. Can 290 JUICE Welchs Frozen 6 oz. Cans E. Z. BRAND 1Q-OZ. JAR • v-w*. tfnn STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 190 SWEETHEART BRAND Tomatoes TUBE OF HAH FLORIDA MARSH SEERLESS Grapefruit PY'Q-MY NEW Apple Thins BIB PONTIAC • WITH PAN RIG. PKG. POTATOES 1 v O O 'NT O M I € A I <) < > I) X> 1 S '1 ; 1 O N" 50 IB BAG

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