The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1957 · Page 4
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(Te.) Up0w ft* NbiMt t!t«*4«r, Mare* f, 1*$? Swea Sunbwrtns Beecher Lane Appliances is the sponsoring state for the 4-H dub pictured above, where they will have their display Saturday. They are the Swea Sunbeams girls 4-H. Club leader is Mrs Ralph talker. Jr.. Swea City; Kay Fitzgerald, president; Betty ClarK, trice-president. The names of club members are listed on another page of today's UDM. AROUND ALGONA' Mr and Mr» Beechtr Lane had as their guests over the weekend their scn-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred Wiebusch anti little Daughter, Su«ie of St. Pau», their parents, Mr and Mrs It. Lane and Mrs Nellie Harvey oi Manchester and Mr Lane's broth- hi-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Keith Smith and Gary of Rein, beck. The occasion of the get- together was the visit of another gon-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Jim Pentecost who are returning to their home in South- gat£, CaUf. today, (Thursday) . Mary Margaret Cowan was ten years old on Tuesday and her mother, Mrs Ken Cowan enter* teined at a birthday party for tor. Guests were Marilyn Har- qa,'.Penny Dodds, Trudy Alt, Glndy Cowan, Pamela Henderson, Carol Humphrey, Dorene funk. Nancy Marshall, Jill Me- Kean. and Christy Kent. Assist- j«g .in the arrangements were Mary's brother, David and her grandmother, Mrs H. R. Cowan "Mrs Richard Burl entertained I,,> party Saturday . afternoon in honor of the third birthday of liter son, Tommy, Guests were Mrs James Kolp and Nancy, Mrs Clayton Pittrnan and John,. Mrs § wart Albright and Lincly, Mre Iter Schildknecht and Richard 1 Scott Voyles. Mrs Ted Herbst and Lori were unable to 4Jtend. «*Mr and Mrs Beecher Lane jftid Cary plan to go to Manchester this vteekend to attend the celebration of the golden Bedding anniversary of Beech- parents, Mr and Mrs Jrl ie, They will be joined by their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Fred Wiebusch of St. Paul. '. % Ruth Circle, young mothers organization of the Presbyterian hurch will meet Tuesday eve- 8t the home of Mrs Wilbur eihders, Co-hostesses are Mrs flllis Colwell and Mrs Merlon laker. Devotions wilj be given Mrs Irving Miller an4 Mrs faugbn Brown will present the pgrsm. Spec* cord club m»t Tuesday evening at the home of Sirs John Dutton. Mrs Esther Helberg received the prize for KIgh score, Mrs W. J. Sigsbee, the Ipw and Mrs Harold Hobson the prize for the score nearest the dumber of years ago St. Patrick was born. ;'The Kiwnnls Club entertained B^eir Kweens at a St.. Patrick's JJay party Tuesday evening at the Country Club, Mr and Mrs JJsck Chrischilles and Dr. and Mrs Harold Erickson were in diarge of arrangements. Allan Ijeid entertained by singing Irish Mrs Bob McCullough was host ess to Her bridge club On Friday evening. Mrt Joe TscMettef wa: a guc«.. rt<gn score pnze was. received by Mrs^Allan Buchanan, Mrs Marian LaBarre /f eceived second high .and Mrs 'kicharc. Norton wbn the low scofe prize. Mrs W. D. RMslttr w«nt tc Minneapolis on Thursday to visit her sister, Mrs J. L. Otoer. She returned home Sunday. The town chapter of 4>H club met Wednesday, evening after school al the home of Beverly Johnson. Mrs Lto Cass*U was ho»l«t§ to' the rrtembers of .her sewing cjub on-Monday evening. Mrs H. M. Hoftsbruch was a special guest Mr and, Mrs Al A0*na and family moved Tuesday into- the hoiise they 'purchased recently frorh fllr and Mrs Tom McGrawl The local MOO** Lodge- was host to a fli&iriet meeting of the Legion of the Moose on Sunday Six tdwhs.'Werp represented. Walter SchUdk^eicW spent from Sunday through Wednesday • aj MarshaUtOwn where he attended a dealer's 4Q?eting. • ••;,; Dedication Of Communion Set At Lone Rock Lone Beck •*- Services at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church last Sunday morning were well- attended. Included in the service was, the dedication of a new communion set made possible largely by a memorial gift from the family of the .lite Clarence E. House- hoWe,r, ' , Proceeding the communi'on service ; the , members : of the com. municants clegs and other adults were welcomed into the Membership .of the -church. /Those received wef^: Barbara Marlow, Susan Montgorneiy, ponna Knoll, Muriel Nard,ine, D^fieli Long, Bernard Pettit, Jamey Jensen, Larry Householder, Mrs, Lucftle Behren*s, Mr George Long, Mr and Mrs Allwin Lockwood and Mr Frank Flaig, Mr and Mrs Roy Hinz... . l > r . " : In addition to geyeral members of the clajjs and other adults uniting with the chiu-ch the follow ing Linda baptised: Gene, PulaLockwood. * Mr and Mr» Lyl« Albmhl arid limUy of Lake City were Sunday guests of Mr Albrights' mother Mrs Martha Albright and his h/other-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Waiter Schildknecht. Mr* H, M. Hoiubruch look he; t«ther-in-law, Mr William Rons- bruch of Aurelia to Sioux City <fti Monday for a medical checkup. They were accompanied by Mrs Oiek Post and Mrs J. L I*ti4«ri of |)M Qirf fieouH rnrt ay evening at the Druggist tusi Insurance building. Fina) ns were mad,e (qr GUI Scout k, March 9-16 and cookies foi Kale cii»trjbat«d. &•)», in/in* son of Ml | Mrs JJite Wggener of Lone ' baptised. Sunday at Presbyterian Mr and Mrs Mrs of ft?? Moin^s ciihe home. Bfrp Henry Ku»ck ar.^ &Wen«led the 60th w«d> ding annivgraary of Mr and Mi's Birthday P»rtl»» . ., ,, v • Mr end Mm Victor Dreyer en- ^ctfjned 4f I birthday party Sun. eve. in hohor of theirf <fough(er Vickie Lynn's 1st birthdayTOuegta were. Mr and Mrs Bill Dreyer, h>r .grandparents, Mi- and Mi-s Lawrence, Xwiefel of Swea City, , Mr and Mrs Glenn Sabin, Judy and Jane of" AJgona, Mr and Mrt Erich Seegebjarth, The birthdays of Mr$ jWft&r Preypf, end Mrs Glenn Safein was also honored. Mrs AWrea Schultz pnd Dobra of Qttqifeft, Mrs L.«?n Looft and son Tommy 9t Armstrong, Vern Plfesn ^pd son" Dprarii L. V, Jfthfospn' and S^e Ann oi Lone RflcJs were all sweats Fr3 day afternoon at.a birtMay.partJi Vern Dahrn "y .%.. i»i.^ In Arrnstrong, at home in hctfigr of the 4th flays Of Ml *pe children. Mrs Johnson : entertained ihe follow- in Sue Ann's honor, Kathy Jen.»Jean Seth Christenson, Linda Cynthia MILK tot Evap. RAISINS Quik Royal 8 Delicious Flavor* Neilles Choc. Pineapple Juice DUNCAN MINES FROZEN Chicken or Turkey POT PIES Dot* 46 ot. Can HOLLY BEET ! FRESH GROUND FROM JUICY TENDER BEEF 49c —^^^^•••^•^•••i Fruit STARKIST CHUNK STYLE -^—' - - - V>. i' • tail Stokleys No. 303 Cans it 6!/ 2 oz. , Can , FOR •RaBH^BBBanMRSIRSIKiHnBnMMMMMi^^^^^^^^^^^^^B^^i^^^iM KRAFT DINNER 2 reg. pkgs. 29c VEWETA CHEESE........ I Ib. pkg. SEAPAK • FROZEN FISH STICKS :.reg.pl(g. 2Sc MACARONI Gondola, Elbow 2lb.pkg. 37c Ground Lbs. . THRIFTY - TEMPTING - ENDCUT Pork Lb. KRAFT'S Velveta Cheese 2 Ib. box SALAD BOWL DRESSING VETS 6 "° n °' 49$ HERSHEY'S MORTONS PLAIN OR Choc. SALT Lard Morrell 3 Lb. Golden Can Tube 100 690 DRAFT'S FUDGE ECONOMY BEEF Round & Sirloin Steak Ib. Perch Fillets 5 Pounds $139 ASK ABOUT OUR LOW PRICES ON BEiF QUARTERS CURTI5S Marshmallows X CARAMELS 12 oi. Pkg. PA&TCO 10 oz. arinel 43C WILDERNESS CHERRY No, 2 Can 29C RIOWDNTIAC POTATOES 50 Mi, **» i <> N O M 11' :\ , *• 4) O 1> .1,. I'll 1 j '.j • i <•> JM' WINESAP APPLES 2 •» 29c

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