The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1957 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1957
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(Id.) Upper 5« Thursday, April 4, 195? Around Algona Mrs Leo Gassell enteted St. Ann hospital on Monday for treatment of a back ailment. Mrs Chef Bailey was hostess to nor ppwing club on Tuesday afternoon. —— The sixlh grade room at Bty- ant school taught by Mrs Art Udgnard will present a program for their parents this evening. Mts Charles Minken was hostess to her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs David Shipley was a guest. Mrs H. M. Honsbruch will be hostess to the members of her bridge club this evening (Thursday). Mrs Don Asa was hostess to the members of her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Ray Johnson was assisting hostess. ' The date of the next meeting of Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi has been changed to Friday, April 12. It will be at the home of Mrs Tom Sampson. Mrs Eleanor Dobbins is confined to her home this week with a case of the flu. Mrs Dobbins is a nurse and cares for Mr C. C. Scharlach. Mrs Mabel Lee returned Monday from Port Dodge where she spent the week-end with her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs Robert Lee. —o— The Big Six birthday club will meet Saturday afternoon for a pot-luck luncheon at the home of Mrs Ed Blumer. The birthday of Mrs J. P. Smith will be observed. Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor were hosts to their couple card club on Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Milton Will received the low scores with the penalty of doing the dishes. Zeta Xi chapter of Beta Sigma held a model meeting at the Moose HaU on Tuesday evening as part of their spring rushing activities. T. H. Chrischilles provided a very interesting program with pictures of his Mexican trip. —o— Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips are in Ottumwa where they went on Wednesday to attend funeral services for a friend. They -plan to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Glen Frederickson in Des Moines before returning home. .,•;The last meeting of the season for thp Presbvterian Wednesday Nile Youth Club was held this week. A special dinner was served by the mothers of the youngsters and recognition given for outstanding work in the Bible classes given. —o— Ruth Circle, young mothers group of the Presbyterian Churc.h will meet Tuesday evening, April 9, at the home of Mrs Ernest Eg'iJ. Co-hostesses are Mrs Russel Rentz and Mrs George Cook. Mrs W. F. Colwell will present the program and Mrs Charles Hardgrove, the devotions. The monthly luncheon of the ladies of St. Cecelia's church is being held this noon (Thursday). Chairlaidcs are Mrs Ray Schil- moeller and .Mrs E. J. Zander. Following the luncheon, to which the public is invited, a business meeting and a social time will be held. Mr and Mrs Allan Buchanan were visited from Tuesday until Thursday of last week by Mrs Buchanan's parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Wiuff of Atlantic. The three youngsters, Glen, Greg and Lynn went' home with their grandparents and the parents drove .to Atlantic to get them on Sunday. Baptisms Sunday at St. Cecelia's church included James Michael, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Detrick; Judie Faye and Juhe Mae, twin daughters of Mr & Mrs Harold Erpelding; Dianne Marie, daughter of Mr and Mrs George E Vit7um; Patrick James, son of Mr and Mrs James Esser and Glen Edward, son of Mr and Mrs Edward J. Miller. —o— Plum Creek Homemakers met March 27 at the home of Mrs Tom Sampson. Mrs Martha Drager, Mrs Wayne Keith and Mrs Mary Kuin were assisting hostesses. Roll call was "name or show a family heirloom and tell about it" Mrs Kyle Keith and Mrs Hoi lis Benschoter presented the e^tension lesson. The next meeting will be held April 24 at the home of Mrs Kyle Keith. —o— The monthly leaders meeting of the Girl Scouts was held Tuesday evening at the Druggist Mutual building. All Brownie troops will have a Sing at the Legion HaU, Thursday afternoon, April 11. Senior Scouts will be hosts to the Intermediate and Brownie troorJs at an Easter egg hunt on Saturday afternoon April 13 at the park by the swimming pool. Ine latter event is in celebration of the cooperation given the Seniors in their successful paper drive. BROTHERS Two brothers, Carl McSpadden of Hamburg and Walter, of Junction City, Oregon got together for a visit recently after a separation for 28 years. Two other brothers were to join them. The four had not been together for 3H years. WANT APS BfllNQ RESULTS HILLS BROS. Drip or Regular Grind AAFFFF COFFEE 1 Lb. Can PAREWAYS FINESt MtAT__ Meat Prices Effective Thursday, Friday A Saturday, Apt, 4*S*« ROBIN HOOD Flour LIBBYS JUICI Tomato 4602. Can 29c LIBBYS JUICE LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE 46 oz. Can 50 Lb. Sack 29c LIBBYS CRUSHED y ^,' •• * PINEAPPLE 2 No. 211 Cans 39c HUMPTY DUMPTY LIBBY'S LIBBYS PUMPKIN 2 Cans LIBBYS HALVES 1 Lb. Can LIBBY'S PEACHES 3 No. 21/2 Cans VERMONT MAID MAPLE FLAVORED LIBBYS WHOLE KERNEL OR CREAM STYLE CORK 2 No. 303 Cans IIBBY'S LIBBYS 12 oz. Bottle 2 No. 303 Cans DICED RED J3EETS LIBBYS DICED LIBBY'S No. 303 Cans FESTAL - CUT SPEARS LIBBYS No. 303 Cans (M 8 Fresh Finest Flavor — Again We Offer Spring Fryers Ib. Choice Grade Beef Fillet Of Per Lb. 33c LEAN SLICED FAREWAY'S LB. SWEET SMOKE-FLAVOR FAREWAY FINEST MEATS HOUSEHOLD CLEANERS LIBBYS No. 1 Cans Beans 2 No. 2Vz Cans SPIC & SPAN Reg. Pkg. Be AMMONIA Qt ?k Bottle iJV ><=» J*tt I If,, POWDERED VETS BRAND LIBBYS CORN BEEF HASH AMMONIA 10 oz, Can 16 oz. Can BON AMI LIBBY'S FROZEN Orange Juice 2 lOoz. Pkgs, 29* JET SPRAY 14 oz. Can LIBBY'S FROZEN PEAS 65c WINDEX 15c 2 WALL PAPER 6 oz/ Cans 296 I CLEANER I'L" »« *C j V ?v-,. 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