The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 22
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u <! 1 (la.) Upper De* Mdlflfeft Thursday, April 18, Ht's Twins For Wesley Couple, I Boy And Girl ' A Wesley —'Mr and Mrs Everet .. Ackerson are proud parents o *' twins, a 5 pound girl and a ( ,»„„ pound, ona ounce boy, born Sun ->.. day morning, in the Britt hos ;; pital. The twins have two sisters „. Mrs Everett Ackerson is the *. former' Jeannlne Studer, youngei t Daughter of Mrs Viola Studer and .,: the late John L. Studer. Mrs • Julius Kelch, the former Vivian • - Studer is the mother of 2 pairs of „;; twins, a boy and,a girl in each ... pain " Mrs Jennie Luken is the great ;. grandmother of these children. Mrs, Ivan : Johnson and baby "boy were brought\ home Satur, ',' day from the Britt hospital, i ' where! the infant was born Sat? " urday, April 6, by caeSarian sec. tion. The Johnsons have three other children, Ronald, Roland .and Sigred. -Mr and Mrs Oscar »Johnson are the paternal grand• parents. Mrs Ivan Johnson is '„ the former Mildred Funnemar • The baby has been named Steve • Mark. I The baby boy-born to Mr an • Mrs Edward L. Johnson April ; was baptized Sunday morning a •• St. Joseph's Catholic Church b "• Rev. L. N. Klein and was name '„ Timothy Allen. Sponsors wer «... Mrs Lawrence Wingert, t h "•• maternal grandmother, and Jo |" Johnson,- the Uncle. • '". The infant daughter of Mr and *« Mrs Duane Studer was baptizec Sunday morning by Rev. L. N Klein and named Pamela Jean The paternal grandparents, Mi and Mrs August Studer were sponsors. A baby boy, Paul George was •'.. born to Mr and Mrs Vern Red• ing at St. Ann hospital Thursday, , April 11. They have one other ' son, Vern Lee, a year old who i» .. with his paternal grandparents at - St Joe. Mrs Reding is the form^ er June Adel West. .", Mothers & Daughters ' The C. D. A. Mothers-Daugh.... ters banquet will be held in the ... parish hall Wednesday evening 'beginning at 6:30. Tickets may "be purchased •.frqrn,any of the ..committee members for $1.25. ;; Midnight Mass ™ The Easter Midnight Mass "•services will begin at 10:30 Sat„: urday night. ' -• Mass on Holy Thursday win ' ( .'be at 7:30 p.m. On Good Friday n ,Mass will be at 1 o'clock follow • >ed by Stations of the Cross. , Prairie Pals Meet The Prairie Pals 4-H Club met ;. Saturday. ' Merle Ann Harig and Nancy Downs were hostesses. •• Business meeting was conducted ; by Julia Nygaard. The Junior ..leaders, Gloria Wise and Dolores - Studer gave reports. Kathryn McCarthy and Eileen McCarthy gave talks, as did Merle Arm Harig and Julia •Nygaard. Guest mothers were Mrs Nygaard, Mrs Downs and Mrs Harig Mrs Wise gave out pamphlets on Good Grooming and will have - our good grooming contest in . May Plans were made for . Mother's Day Tea to be held ai the August Studer nume. Mrs Ralph Fisher of Hutchins was a Saturday caller at the Elmer Doughan home. . Miss Adola Anderson, a Missionary from Congo, and Mr and Mrs Oscar Johnson were Thursday, April 11 guests in the Raymond Carlson home. Mrs John Smith is a patient in the Britt hopsital. Mrs Matt Erdman is expected home from the Britt hospital the latter part of this week. She had ner gall bladder removed. Mrs Carson Simpson who entered the same hospital 2 weeks ago following a serious heart attack was recuperating satisfactorily the fore part of the week Marvin, older son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Carlson, was 5 years old on April 3 and guests that evening in his honor were his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Oscar Johnson and Mr and Mr' Axel Carlson, Carol and Norman Mr and Mrs Axel Carlson, Ralph, Carol and Norman were guests in the Raymond Carlson home luesday evening, April 9 in honor of Mrs Raymond Carlson's birthday. Wednesday evening an appreciation party was held in the Evangelical Free Church for M< and Mrs Henry Swanson who arc- moving to their new home in Britt. The honored couple were presented a gift. The Homemakers met in the church Monday evening. George Seabergs and Louis Simpson^ were hosts. A baby boy was born Saturday to Mr and Mrs Paul Schrauth of Bancroft in St. Ann's hospital Algona. They now have 5 sons and 1 daughter. Mr and Mrs Bernard Schrauth arc the parental grandparents. Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan of Spirit Lake were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom. The women are Johnson sisters. George Davis, who was seriously ill was taken to the Veterans hospital, DOS Moines on Thursday of last week by Reese Martin and H. E. Hemmingsen. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks of Burl and Mr and Mrs Oscar Johnson were guests in the Raymond Carlson home one evening last week. ' * t«r ... MONTE DEL MONTE SLICED DEL MONTE' CREAM STYLE CORN No. 303 Cans % No. 2 Can 291 DEL MONTE HALVES Peaehes ^300 DEL MONTE FRUIT No. 303 Cans DEL MONTE CRUSHED No. 211 Cans DEL MONTE , EARLY GARDEN PEAS fcfr No. 303 Cans DEL MONTE TOMATO CATSUP PRUNES Uoz. Bottles National Biscuit 1 Lb. Soda Pkg. PEL MONTE No. 303 Cans DEL MONTE 1 PINEAPPLE 46 oz. Can 25$ Baliard Biscuits Oven Ready 8 oz. Can KRAFT MINIATURE Armours — Deckers Rain's — Hormels Nissen Whole or Shank Portion I' EASTER REYNOLDS Foil U'.w*3-i* CAKE MIX - BETTY CROCKER V ANGEL FOOD PILLSBURY 39c GLACIER CLUB Pie Crust Mix 2 10 oz. Pkgs. B Z STRAWBERRY V2 Gal. Brick PRESERVES 5 OLEOMARGARINE, Swift's All Swelt 10 oz. Jars 1 Lb. m n 49c No. 300 Cans 25c -^^ LARGEST SELECTION IN ALGONA! FULL FLAVORED SHOULDER CUTS OF PAN O GOLD ICED KRAFT ORANGEADE 2 46-oz. Cans 1 Lb. Loaf lie BETTY CROCKER Choc. - White - Yellow Reg. Pkgs. FROZEN STRAWBERRIES BEEF Roasts Ib. KRAFT VELVEETA CHEESE SPREAD CHOICE QUALITY LEGS OF SPRING IAMB L9. Is I BROILER SIZE TURKEYS For Roasting or, Frying 5 to 6 Lb. LB. 53C ROASTING CHICKENS CAPONETTES FANCY LOUISIANA YAMS 2 Lbs. 25c and SaturdaV '->r««IHV^in > ^_. / ..a LONG Sl|CERS CUCUMBERS 2for15c

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