The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 21, 1957 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 21, 1957
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<~A1eone (la.) ] widow are five children: Cecil i and Orrille of Swea City, Helen ' OtrfW JLGrace) of Des Mnines; , Mil^-ed (Mrs George Durdjevick) ; c-i Council Bluffs; and Maretts ; -Mrs Jsmee McCnushn) of Cres- Mr and Mrs Maynard Rieker, of Oklahoma City, Okla. Speiv. the weekend at the home of iv.iay- nard s pr.rents, Mr and .Mrs Mc'l- vin Kii'Ken Mrs Ld Ruhnke was in University hosp;l.;il at Iowa C;iy ;. few days las-t week having L Sfcrics til lest.-. If she has U. return, she will be iniormeu .-o later. : Mr and Mrs Ed Ruhnks were Mi Oinnha last week Sunday, Mund;>y and Tuesday. Mr Ruhnke attended a mechanic school and Mrs Ruhnke visited he: friend. Mrs Mark Bode. * Mrs Frank Oslrum is a palien: at Rochester, having been taker, .there several days ago by Elliott Skilling. She had surgery Wed 'nesday. Her son Ed oi Mankato, Alum., was to be with her. • Mr and Mrs Murl Polter entertained at dinner Saturday evening, having as guests Mr and Mrs William Dodds, Mr and Mr.- Mdton Marlowe, Mr and Mrs Howard Raney and Dr. and Mr? J. B. Winkel. Mrs Raymond Norton has returned from Columbus, Ohio. | she attended the golden 'Bedding anniversary celebration of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Seth Ingram. She |nade the trip both ways vit =plane. - Mrs Russell Pickelt gave a party Saturday in celebration ol the sixth birthday of her son Jeffrey. Guests were Tommy Black, Paul Christensen, Billy Dau, Jim Kajewski, and Tommy Taylor. Games were played and ^refreshments served. Mr and Mrs A. B. Oakland and Mr and Mrs Ray Beamish drove to Des Moines Sunday taking .Mrs Jerry Beamish there to entrain for Fort Worth, Tex. She $as visited her parents and .others the past few weeks while her husband was in Pasadena, Calif, on business. .. Mrs Ellen Bolenus had as guests at a birthday dinner foi her son Robert of Wesley v oti .Sunday his family, Mr and Mrs lYuman Simpson and family of Algona, Mrs Henry Hawley o! Mason City and Mrs Elizabeth Sanders, of Clear Lake and Mrs •Naomi T. DeWilde of Mason City *" Mr and Mrs Lawrence Diedel had as guests at dinner a week go to njght (Thursday) Mr and Mont Kinseth. Sunday they as dinner guests Mrs R'iedel'V Darents, Mr and Mrs G. O. McTarland of Burt. Other guests- Saturday at supper were Mr and Mrs Leonard Schipull and son ,fred and Mrs Sophia Shi pier. ^. Mr and Mrs Richard McAlpine flew to California several week? 1&go to visit their sons and daughter, David, at San Diego; Rich- «ard Jr., at Los Angeles; and Mr.* 'Richard Meine at Palos Verdes Estates. Mrs McAlpine returnee, >* few weeks ago and Mr McAl- ^ine came home this week. He !had remained longer to do •some deep sea fishing. • Mr and Mrs Louis Wehrspann .arrived home from St. Petersburg, Florida, Sunday, having •jpent ten weeks there. The tweather was fine but Florida Jbad more rain than usual. They "attended 3 big league baseball Barnes, There were more Iowa ijpeople in Florida this winter 4han any other year, they say ;They visited with Henry Van«Buren and Emelia Bernau at "Waterloo, 111, on the way home. Mr and Mrs L. J. Nelson had Mr and Mrs Guy Hart of Bancroft as guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs Onral Joseph had Mr and Mrs Rom-id Olson ana twin daughters of Mason City as pues's Sunday. | Mr and Mrs Harvey Finley re- j ct-ntly spent a day at Eslherviiic j witli Mrs Fmhy's mother. Mr; Wiiliam Vugle. Mr and Mrs Charles LaBarre returned .Sunday from a vaca* lion of a few weeks in vatiou.s parts of Florida. Mr and Mr* Russ*ll Rents had as guests Sunday the letter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr anu Mrs Russell Thompson of Burt Members of the Idle Hour bridge club met Wednesday fo/ a one o'clock luncheon at the Johnson House, then went to Mrs W. A. Foster's for cards. Mr and Mrs Alex Nielsen will be visited over the weekend by their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs Glen Nielsen ana two children of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Homer Tuttle spent the weekend at Des Moines and Perry with the former's father, W. E. Tuttle, at Des Moines and the later's brother and sister-in- law. Mr and Mrs Burrell at Perry. Mr and Mrs Alden McAdaira attended the teachers training classes Thursday evening at Britt. The trip home was hazardous and difficult due to the storm which developed after they had gone to the meeting. 0. L. Thoreson, Lifelong Swea Resident, Dies Oscar L. Thoreson Swea & Eagle — Funeral services for Oscar L. Thoreson, a lifelong resident of Swea township, were held Sunday at Immanuel Lutheran church in Swea City at 2:30 p.m. with Rev. Wm Ekberg officiating. Mr Thoreson was 73, and had been in poor health for several years. He was born June 1, .1883. E son of Christopher and Emma Thoreson of near Armstrong, where he received his early education and farmed with hit; father. He was united in marriage to Bena Samuelson, Dec. 26, 1906, and they moved to the farm where they spent all their married life. Surviving in addition to the strike up the band! BENEFIT Entire Proceeds From Door To Go For Algona High Band Uniform Fund Saturday Night MARCH 23rd BEGINNING 9 P.M, In gr*Ww4» foj th« many public «p^fiwinc«s nude by *lw Algon« High land, this special *ve»i i* being leW to implement t)»>U wnijorw fund so that needwJ rtpifts e- awati *W» b« madff. You'll hav» a fine *y*n}»a, sod jrou'll be Jwlpuig to kt«p the b*nd trim tm4 epruc* I This 6'Piece Denoted Band Will Play Everybody's Favorites LET'S "** A!h-o surviving are three sistoiT. M"s Errinia Swanson of Swea City, Mrs Dorn Evans of Portland, Oregon. Mrs Hattie Obert; of Belhngham, Wash, and two bothers, John of Waterloo and George of Swea City. Mr Thoreson's community service was widespread. He was a Swea twp. officer for many yearSjBchool board secretary i,nd eJceU^h' dark for Swea "twp., end for some years was chairman of the Triple A farm program in the nineteen thirties. He alst. served as president of the D-E-K rural electric cooperative. Ivtusic was furnished at the services by a quartet consisting of Mr and Mrs Richard O'Green. Mrs Moris Drew and Walter L Peterson, and a solo by Mi P«tfeM*te'with Mrs P. A'. Hoi- comb at the organ. A family service was held Saturday evening at the Curtis Funeral Home. Lewis Eckholm, Swea City, Dies Last rites for Lewis G. Eck- Good Luck PARTY BASKETS Fri., Sat., and Monday Giv« o "porty look" to your table for birthdays, showers, and other occasions. Clever, all-plostic, four- leaf-clover design baskets with horseshoe-shoped handles. Hold nuts, mints, or condias. Insert place cards in top of handle. Regular 29c value. 6 baskets to a set. DAVfS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE " holm, 80, Hf*-leftg Kos.<!uth county, will be Friday, Mar. 22, fit 1:10 16 the Cuftis Funeral Home aftd at 2 p.m. in the Baptist churt^i at Swea City. Rev. S. Hammer will officiate and burial will follow in the Harrison township cemetery. Mr Eckholm succumbed to a heart ailment at his home in Swea City early Tuesday mefti- ing. He had been ill for many years. Lewis Gustav Eckholm, Sttft of Mr and Mrs P. V. Eckholm, Was born July 10, 1876, at Seneca. He later farmed and served as custodian of the Swea City school. He and his wife, Helen, h*ve resided in Swea City for the past 53 years. He was a member o' the Baptist church. Survivors, besides his wife, ifi* elude two sons, Harvey ahd Va.'don Eckholm, and a daughter. Vida (Mrs Nick Burgess), all of Armstrong; two sisters, Lydia and Effie,_ Des Moines; a broth' er. Otto,' Ingelwood, Calif.; 18 grandchildren and 39 great-grandchildren. (TDM Classified* Pay Dividend* •Hie uiashabte LATEX wall paint N* thinning . . . stir •nd apply Colors to carry out every decorating plan. Easy to apply, dries in an hour; it's guaranteed washable. Gallon does the walls of en average room. Coast-To-Coast Store ED Wolf, Owner HEINZ CATSUP REGULAR BOTTLES 5 for $1 RAYS MARKET NESTLE-S (41c Val.) CHOC. CHIPS Pkg. £ll^ ^^r ^^P GOLD MEDAL WHITE FLOUR 89c 10 Lb. Bag LADY BETTY SWEET Pint Jar PICKLES 19c HI-C BRAND ORANGE JUICE 46 oz. Cans 4 f«r $ 1 change to Gossard's new FROZEN FISH Sea-Pak (So Very Popular!) STICKS Jpkgs. $1 ORANGE Snoboy (Real Fruit Flav.) JUICE .2 cans 29c OCEAN Tasty loin, A better brand PERCH.... Lb. 29c Booth's Breaded 'lO-OZ. SHRIMP. pkg. 59c TURKEY Duncan Nines Chicken or PIES... Sforl. SPRING SALAD JAMBOREE Featuring QARPEN-PRESH Produce JUMBO SIZE SNOWY WHITE CAULIFLOWER ea. 29c FRESH CRISP GREEN 1-POUND ASPARAGUS bch. 29c JUMBO SIZE CRISP HEAD LETTUCE ..2for29c FRESH GREENTOP LARGE BUNCHES RADISHES 2 for lie 2 1 l%* II* FARM-FRESH LDS. Z4C GREEN PEPPERS..., ea. 9c Try Our Jumbo Snoboy Indian River GRAPEFRUIT STANDBY (BEST CUTS FROM SALMON) FLAT CAN RED SALMON, ID. can 79c KING OSCAR NORWAY SNACKS 2 • 49c JUMBO FLAT CAN ens. STARKIST BLUE LABEL (FINEST) CHUNK TUNA 3 - 89c JACK SPRAT; BRAND COLORED OLEO ... 4 Lbs. for 1.00 MRS SELZER'S 16-OZ. BOTTLE 47c French Dressing, 8 oz. . 2 for 49c MRS TUCKER'S PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING .... 3-lb. Tin 79c JACK SPRAT EXTRA, SMOOTH CREAMERY > PEANUT BUTTER . 12-oz. size 29c JACK SPRAT (Breakfast Special) PANCAKE FLOUR . 31/2 Ib. bg. 35c MAYFLOWER (Breakfast Special) WAFFLE SYRUP . 46-oz. btl. 45c STANDBY FANCY WHOLE KERNEL OR CREAM CORN ... 6 cans for 89c FIRESIDE Marshmallows .. 10-oz. pkg. 15c FRESH SHIPMENT COMING "OLD HOME" Angel Food CAKES Large Round Full 14-oz. Weight WANT SOMETHING GOOD? TRY OUR "BOONE RIVER" Hickory-Smoked Bolog na 3 Rkgs F r girdle You'll look a size smaller and feel free and easy to the bonuses, positive control of Gossard'a nev ANSWBB girdl*. Panda of elastic inside And nyUm elastic all around, work wondtri. White, Medium length And long/ 10,95 Your new Spring outfit neetfc th« prop** foundation parawnt. Let Mrs Miller, our grodvett «onotiere, fliv» y«u 9 pwwnol fitting end bo fure 'of Dotting thf H|b».f {frmtnt for yoyr n«ed$. Our Spring I in* of <eii»rdi i« new ready HORMEL'S FANCY (4 Kindt) COLD MEAT ASSORTMENT HQRMIU MID,VViST WEINERS Ib. 39c [RAY'S MEAT .DEPARTMENT WILSON'S PICNICS IEAN - TENDERIZED 4 to 6 LB. AVER. EXTRA CHOICE CUTS ROUND STEAK lb.59c EXTRA CHOICE CUTS BEEF ROASTS Ib. 39c LEAN AND RINDLE33 SLAB BACON Ib. 49c FRESH TRIMMED PORK CMTLITS SPRING FRIES S Afl W U. S. GOOD BEEF QUARTERS Fronts Lb. 31c Hindi Lb. 41 c Cut and Wrapped FREE! RAYS

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