The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1957 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 25, 1957
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8-A!gono (la.) Upptt Des Thursday, April 25, 10$? P...P £ R. PJL8 Women VoJcrs League Eltcts The cxec'ulive board of the League of Women Voters met with Mrs L. J. Rood Wednesday morning. Ap::l 17, >oid new officers and directors elected ;?s follows: President, Mrs L. J. Reed; Yin- pro-ident and chairman for National Study Item. Water ("onset v.'tion. Mr? Max Burtholnnu'w. Secretary and Publication-; chaTmr-.n. Mrs John Zalaznik: treasurer. Mrs Harrie' Rice: membership chairman. Mr? Nat Banes: Bulletin Editor, Mn V. M. Parsons: Voters Service chairman. Mrs Paul Seeley: Program planning chairman. Mrs Harry Greenbcrg: Finance chair man. Dorothy Cogley; Action and Publicity chairman, Mi 1 .? W. J Finn. National Study item-Fedora* Loyalty and Security program Mrs Albert Boekelman: Sta'u Study Item, Rcapportionment. Mrs D. L. Bray: Local Study Item, Floridation, Mrs Herb Hedlund. One director is to be appointed later. .' Programs and study tot April were on Water jggnservation and for May they \«tebe on Federal Loyalty and SecWity. » The League is made up of two units, one meeting at 9:30 a.m. Tuesdays ((find the other at 8 p.m: Wednesdays the first and third weeks of the month. Visitors are welcome at these meetings and new members are solicited. Honor Bride!-To-Bo • Mrs Theodore Hutchison, Mrs L. E. Linnan. Mrs. Joe Lynch Sr., Mrs R. K. Richardson, Mrs F; C. Scanlan, Mrs H. M. Smith and Mrs Matthew Streit gave a Shower last week Tuesday for Nancy .Hutchison, dauabier of Mr and Mrs Don HutenBpn, whose marriage to Norman Newton will take place soon. The shower was given at the Johnson House. Honor Mrs Brundaga . Mrs G. D. Brundage was honor guest at a one o'clock luncheon Wednesday given by Mrs William «Specht. In attendance were Mrs Russell Cook, Mrs ,J. D Burns, Mrs Harold Lampright, Mrs Ted Larson, Mrs Lloyd Muckey, Mrs Katherine Me- Murray, and Mrs Mabel J'axson. The honoree was given a handkerchief shower. ' Engaged To Wed Mr and Mrs C. E. Dearchs announce the engagement of their daughter, Jane M. Dearchs, above, and Ronald H. Hlad of Sylvan GroVe, Kansas. Jane has had three years of Bible school at the Omaha Baptist Bible Institute in Nebraska. Ronald has had two years of Bible schqol and the couple will return next fall where he wiU continue in school. The wedding will take place June 13 at the Regular Baptist church in Algona. 37ih Anniversary . Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath of Algona celebrated their 37th wedding anniversary last Wednesday evening. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and family, Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family and Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and family, all of Lone Rock. Engaged To Wed Mr and Mrs Albert Rehfeldt of Hartford, So. Dak., announced the engagement of their daugji- ter, Doris, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and Jack Purcell of Algona last weekend. Mr Purcell is the son of Mr and Mrs Everett Purcell of Latham, Illinois, and is employed by the Upper De3 Moines. Miss Rehfeldt is a graduate of the South Dakota School for the Deaf and is employed at Sioux Valley hospital at Sioux Falls. Mr Purcell is a gfaduate of the Illinois School for the Deaf at Jacksonville. Illinois. The marriage will take place late in the summer. Pink and Blu* Shower Mrs Calvin Tschetter was hostess at a pink and blue shower fer Mrs Harley Troutman Jr. The shower was held at the Clifford Riebhoff home on Saturday evening. The evening was spent playing games after which refreshments were served. Thc- honoree received many lovely gifts. Those present were: the honoree's mother, Mrs A. J Klooster, Mrs Harley Troutman. Sr., Beverly Gerber, Janice 3justrom, Mrs Joe Tschetter. loyce Riebhoff and Mrs Clifford Riebhoff. Hosts Ai Bridge Mr and Mrs E. B. Carlson entertained the members of thei. bridge club Monday evening, r rirewell for Mr and Mrs G. D 3rundage who are leaving soon o make their home at Little Cock, Ark. Others present were Ir and Mrs William Dau Sr., Mi md Mrs John Dutton, Mr ant! Mrs Henry Becker, Mr and Mrs •-,. E. Hovey, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey, and Mrs Pearl Potter. The evening was spent looking at pictures Mr Dau showed on his screen. The Brundages were presented with a farewell gift. Housewarming Dinner Mr and Mrs Herbert Weydert has as Easter dinner guests the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukait, Mr and Mrs Duane Wallukait, Jane and Julie of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gerber and Vicki Ann of Storm Lake, Mrs Wilma Brown of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Robert Scott It was also a "house warming" for the Weyderts who were presented with an arm chair by the guests. Two Card Parties Invitations have been issued for an eleven o'clock brunch April 30, at which the hostesses will be Mrs Harold Cowan, Mrs* W. A. Hall, Mrs William Hawcott, Mrs Karl " Hoffman, Mrs Walter Jensen, Mrs K. D. James, Mrs Carl Morck Sr., and Mrs W. H. Sharp. The same evening at 6:30 the hostesses will entertain at dinner. Both functions are being hekLat the Johnson House. Hostesses At Party Mrs Roy Christensen, Mrs Joel Herbst, Mrs Julius Kunz, Mrs H. W. Pletch, Mrs F. C. Scanlan, Mrs E. A. Sehemmel, Mrs Matthew Streit and Helen Dinghy entertained at a 6:30 dinner Wed nesday evening at the Johnson House. The same hftstesses gave a one-thirty o'clock luncheon Thursday (today) at the same place. Ex-Whittemore Woman Buried Services for Mrs Pearl Parsons, who died March 17 in Morris. Minn., were hold at the Methodist church in Ortonville th$ following Thursday, the Rev. ft. V. Holt officiating. Interment W;is in the family lot in Mound cerm- lery. Pearl Charlotte Fairburn W;;s horn February 5, 1882, at Whittc- inore where she grew to young womanhood. She taught scho >1 there and was married March 1, 1905 to G. Stanley Parsons and they made their home near Irvington. Here three of the children were born, Helen, Blanche and Kunico. In 1913 the family moved to a farm in Stevens county, Minn., and there PhyLis, Harriet, Mark and Inez were born. In 1939 they moved to a farm in Artichoke ounty and in 1942 they retired and moved to Ortonville.* Mi- Parsons died in 1945. Mrs Parsons had been in failing health the past year. Surviving are six children, Blanche (Mrs A. L. Deno). Spokane, Wash., Eunice (Mrs Geo. iVuuighan) Morris, Phyllis (Mrs K A. Masters) Lewiston, Ida., Harriet (Mrs Emil Boldenow) Starbuck, MarR Parsons, Spokane, Wash., and Inez Parsons, missionary in Quito, Equador, where she is now serving. She spent the' past year with her mother. Mrs Edna Harr and Mr and Mrs Harold Frambach were among those from this area who attended the services. Cancel N.F.O. Meet A 4-county meeting planned, ?arly this week by the N.F.O. has jeen canceled. The meeting w£s o feature Congressman Merwin I^oad as a speaker, as well as Dren Lee Staley, Rea. Mo., national N.F.O. president, at the Plantation Ballroom, April 29. Kenneth Patterson, county NFO president, said Congressman Coad was called back to Washington to testify at hearings > Ben Nolte Dies Ben A. Nolte, 65, of Hutchins, died of cancer Monday morning in a Mason City hospital. He had formerly lived in Algona, and recently had been running a Hutcl|- ins cafe. Services were held Britt, Wednesday. AFTER HUNDREDS OF SMART SPRING Coats -Suits Skirts -Dresses Now • »W wV , / Right now all Spring coats, suits, and dresses reduced ! This means 125 coats, 50 girls coats, 350 dresses in every price range and dresses that you can wear ail spring AND summer, and about 25 suits. There is every size left and first here get the biggest selection, Shop at THE CHRIS. CHILLES STORE for after-Easter savings . . . in coats, suits, dresses, and millinery. Also a nice assortment of formals from $5,00 up . , . AND SUMMER IS JUST AROUND THE CORNER And there are literally hundreds of new dresses and sportswear items coming in every day for summer wear , , , It seems too that they are cuter than ever, Choose yours now before someone else gets the one you want. In every size range and priced as low as $5.95 , , . it's THE CHRISCHILLES STORE - where quality meets price on a friendly basis, f Save willi Bay HEINZ CATSUP A Sell-Out Last Week . . . AGAIN) BIO R DEN'S 5 REGULAR 14-OUNCE BOTTLES FOR "SNOW ICECREAM 59* HALF-GALLON CHOICE OF 3 KINDS! REGULARLY 49c Giant HERSHEYS 39c ASSORTED KINDS NICE FOR PICNICS SANDWICH COOKIES.. 2 Ib. Bag 59c LIBBY'S RICH-RED LARGE 46-OZ. CANS TOMATO JUICE 3 for 89c GUARANTEED IN CLOTH BAG CERTAINTY FLOUR.. 50 Ib. bg. 3.49 ASSORTED FLAVORS CINCH'S CAKE MIXES ... 5 for 1.00 I———^—^—^^-_-__^__M_ M _ DRIP OR REGULAR VAC-PACKED YACHT CLUB COFFEE Lb. 69c JACK SPRAT COLORED OR MRS. TUCKERS MEADOW LAKE SUGAR 10 LB. BAG FOR ROYAL GELATIN 6 PKGS, ASSTD. FLAVORS FOR VAN CAMP'S PORK n' BEANS NO. 2 CANS 4 69 BETTY CROCKER (lOc Pineapple Each Pkg.) NEW PIE CRUST MIX STANDBY FANCY CREAM OR WH. KERNEL CANNED CORN 4 59 MAY BASKET SPECIAL Bunte Asstd CANDY 10 Different Varieties 'Old Home' Large Round Angel-food Cakes 39c Ea. 29c Del Monte Special Drink ! Grapefruit • Pineapple 46-OZ. CANS 3 ,.r89c Personal Size Bar IVORY SOAP 5c Bar Armour's Dash DOG FOOD TALL CANS V for OvC FROZE BOOTH'S DELICIOUS FROZEN STRAWBERRIES . 1 Ib. pkg. 39c MINUTE MAID FROZEN 12-OZ,. CANS FRUIT COCKTAIL ... 5 for 1.00 BOOTH'S TASTY LOIN PERCH FILLETS _ Lb. ISc SNOBOY FROZEN DELICIOUS 6-OZ. CANS ORANGE JUICE ..... 6 for 1.00 PICNIC SPECIAL! CHARCOAL BRIQUETS 10 LB. BAG WIZARD LIGHTER FLUID ;. PINT CAN 29c U. S. GOOD BEEF ROASTS.... WILSON'S PICNICS, 4 to 6Aver. LEAN TRIMMED PORK CUTLETS. TENDERLOIN END PORK CHOPS HORMELS ALL-MEAT MINCED.. HORMELS ALL-MEAT WEINERS.. GETSOMEGROUNDBEEF Hard to figure out? Just means not to forget Ray's Pure, All.Meai Ground Beef this week* end , , . we'll have the grinder tune& will jrind it fresh right along, Makes some swell eating. Lb. 39c Lb. 39c Lb, 39c Lb. 39c Lb. 39c Lb. )9c RAY'S CHOICE T.BONE STEAKS FOR YOUR FIRST STEAK FRYS Cut and Tritnmed To Your Taste SPING FRIES ROASTING CHICKENS Market

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