The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 9, 1957 · Page 4
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«~A!fena fto.) tlppf» itt Mftifttt tf»«ffttftty, May 9, Algona Pastor Speaker At Lone Rock Lcne Heck—Family night heic last Sunday evening in the Lone Rock Presbyterian church van very enjoyable for the sixty os more present. Two of the church elder? shared in the services, All Krueger read the Scripture les son and Willis Cotton offered prayer. Mrs Myron Brower o Algona sang a solo, with Mn Nordine accompanying at the piano. Rev. Jilyron Brower pastor of the Algona Presbyter ian church gave an interesting address. Members of the Maxim Circle served refreshments. Mrs Ronald Christenson en tertained a birthday party a week , ago last Monday in nonor of hei daughter Jean Beth's 4th birtn day. Mr and' Mrs Christensor* entertained as supper guest.; Wednesday, Mr and Mrs P. M Christenson and Merwin and Will Christenson, on the birth ..'day of Will Christenson. Lone Rock P.W.O. met Thurs• day afternoon at the Church par : lors with 25 present. Mrs Milton • Madison had charge of the les- "json. Hostesses were Mesdames, Don Houck, Ray Bierle, Joe Cul^ bertson, Clarence Martin. 1, Kenneth Jackson is a patieni i at the Fort Dodge Lutheran hos- -•pital. He recently underwent ""surgery. t, Mr and Mrs Stanley Howe ano »'son Tommy and daughter Janet 'spent the weekend at the par* "'ental E. M. Jensen home. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathon visited at Wood- Ward, Sunday, with Patty. Mrs E. A. Lee and Susan visit,;ed Mrs Donald Arns at Hawarden ^Sunday. , Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Tim and Debbie of Ottosen were ;.Sunday .afternoon visitors and supper guests at the Donald "Blanchard home. Mrs Maude 'Blanchard was also a guest .there for supper. Mr and Mrs Boyd Maxwell "^visited over the weekend at the ^Andrew Thomson residence. • •' «•• Mrs Rose Kraft, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and family viSit- l*ed Sunday afternoon and were supper guests- hv Algona at the •James Walker home; '„' Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and family were guests Thursday evening in Bancroft at* the Joe Kemna residence. 1 Mr and Mrs. A. D. Newbrough "^visited in Humboldt Sunday .safternoon with her niecej Mrs'Al George and family and they also visited his sister, Cora Terwiligec, ."..' Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family attended a dinner and sup"per Sunday in Fenton at the Larry Alt residence in honor of Mr and Mrs Arf Krause's 40th '"Wedding anniversary. w> Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer ,and family visited in Armstrong ^ Saturday evening with her par- ;*?nts, the Martin Petersons. Sun,- 3ay evening they called on the Roy Jensen family. " Mrs Kate Schroeder and Arfc Mr and Mrs Roy Chrigchilles, and Mrs Ronald ChrischJiles. and family of Fenton and Mrs'Ervin • Klatt of-Ringsted, Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman pf Algona, ,Mr jand Mrs Gerald Weiner and girls of Burt, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan of Lone were visitors Saturday eve.' Sunday afternoon callers and supper guests at the Lawrence Geitzenaucr home. Saturday morning Mr and Mrs Geitzenauer. Tommy, Mark and Lam attended the funeral of her uncle. James Bolster at Bancroft. Mr end Mrs Gerald Godder, and family, Mrs Louise Godden of Forest City were Sunda> guests in the Ronald Christenson nome. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and family, Mr and Mrs M. O Richards and Ralph, Mrs Maude Bilsborough and ilia enjoyed * picnic supper in Algona at the State Park. Sunday. Mr asid Mrs Louie Berninghaus and family called Sunday a'. Whittemore at the "• Earl Fuoss residence. Mrs Floyd McCain, Mrs John McCain and family of Emmetsburg visited at the LeRoy Klepper home Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich were dinner guests in Livermore at the home of his sister, Mrs Mary Hauck. Sunday dinner guests at thi Harlan Blanchard home were Mrs Margaret Householder an \ Everett and Mrs Woodrow Pettii and Mr and Mrs Ralph Riede] and Curtis. ;»ing in the Henry Schroedej; •home, helping Mr Schroeder celebrate his birthday. ,.,: Mr and Mrs Edward Elan* chard, Mr and * Mrs Lawrence ^jfebrough and Jerry visited ip Cedar Falls Sunday with Lor a liantor who recently fell and •cracked a vertebra. *• Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow .visited Sunday evening at El- tfiore, Minn, at the Pat Sanders jjssidence. • •«* Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochen- oiir and family of Fenton called Sunday afternoon at the Kenneth Richards home. «• Mrs Dan Lynch, James and Helen of Mason City, Mr and Mrs Robert Lynch were Sunday 4in- ner guests at the Wayne Lynch e. Shower Honors A Recent Bride, Lakota, Apr. 29 Lakou — Mrs Wilbur Asche, nee Norma Hippen was honored at miscellaneous shower, April 29, in the Presbyterian church parlors. The program in charge of Mrs Charles Gutknecht consisted of a poem by Mrs Gutknecht: Duet, Lurene Barret and/Donna Hippen; piano solo, Paula Buckels; trio, Paula Buckels, Donna Hippen and Lurene Barret. The bride was assisted by Mrs Leon a Farrow and Gloria Goeke in opening her many gifts. Mrs LaVerle Fpllman of Delavan and Mrs Larry Lappe were in charge of registering guests. , Hostesses were the' Mesdames Dick Spear, John Grfes'e, Paul Christ; Charles Gutknecht, Irvin Koppen; John A. Dorenbush, William Wirtjes, W. C. .Vodraskaj John. Asche, LaVerle Follman, Larry Lappe, Wm. Hippen, Albert Rippehtrop and Mrs C. C. Gerzema. ' Surprise Farewell Mr and Mrs Ralph Boeckman and family were pleasantly surprised Friday night when a group bf; neighbors * arrived for a fare- Veil' party. Ralph has recently taken on job as" district supervisor by a Fairmont canning company and the .family-expects to move to Fairmont in the near future. Cards 'and , visiting were tht entertainment and a lunch brought by the guests was served. Mr and Mrs Boeckman were presented with a woo blanket. Guests were the Messers and Mesdames Irvin Koppen Albin Kayser, Dick Spear, Elmer Junkermeier, Henry Steen- bard, L. Hippen, Charles Gutknecht, John Berschman, Charles Erineberg, Jerry Heetland, Irvin Sdhwajrtz and Mr and Mrs Ro bert Rippentr op of Algona.' Faculty picnic was enjoyed at Iowa Lake, Wednesday mght. Mrs Johanna Frerichs is at the home of her daughter, Mrs John Bruhns at Buffalo Center during the absence of the Gerzema family 1 . ., "and Mrs Emory Smith were 'honored with a surprise celebration fpr their 25th wed- and Mrs Roger Jensen. Kathy and Rodney, Mr and Mrs Jensen and Jamie Jo visited Sunday in Marshall, Minn. at the R. A- Jacobson home. • -Mr and Mt* Fred Wegener 6f Algona, Mr and Mrs Leo Sankey of Britt were Sunday afternoon and evening callers at the Wai* w Thompson home. Clifford E^Nordine, Mar 31 n SolUpger, Dawn Schultz, 9ncy Fischer, Muriel NorjUne* <mna Blanchard, Jerry Jensen. l|Mry Householder, Craig BJan' ard and, Kermit Krueger' atr ^«ied Westminister Feuowship %Uy held at Rojfc, Sunday rtlarAOon. Kindergarten round up wrtl be ,,- T , at the Ibone Rock r ...... I4rf fred Genrieh, chairman of qaficer drive at Lone Rock, te<J a total of $61,50 col- "hose who helped on the Mrs George B- L<?OJJ, ftig, Mrs Henry Schroe- Fred Genrich- Ftaig was pleasantly 'liday mormng when called on dine Mrs -Harriet Warbucton ed to her (home Sunday having been in Oes Moines since October with her sister,: Mrs J. F- Wh»>n ding anniversary on April 30 They with Mrs Emma Smith were invited to Sunday dinner at the: home of Emory's sister, Mrs Boy Farrington and Mr Farrington, Put unknown to the Smiths also present were the Wayne Koppen family of Elmore, Minn., Howard Koppen family, EHendale, Minn., Mr and Mrs Howard Nordstrom and family, Mr and Mrs Edward Hagge Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Leonard Boone, Ruthven, and Mr and Mrs Herbert Julius and family, Lakota. all nieces and nephews of Mr Smith, The Lakota high school band received i I rating, the Girls an?, the Boyj GJeg Clubs and Mixed Chorus received II ratings at the State Music Contest held at Burt Saturday. V. A. Barrett is th,<-' band director and Miss Mary Jane Leonard, yocal director. Mrs Larry Stafford, Tommy and Nancy of Yankton, S. D,, came Monday for a few days yislt, He| mother, Mrs Jerry HeetJand aAd, sister, Mrs Glenn Mabus met them at flock Rapid*. The Pedication services for the rjew* E. and R. 'Church in Led" yard Sunday was attended by Mr anij Mrs Wm. Wirtjes, Mr and M,rs Pltb Englebart, Mr and Mrs Jerry Bkeha, Mr aud Mrs I, & j Mr an4 Mrs Jerry mer PajUsen and Jw>et Smith, Mr and Mrs Wayne HeeUand, Mrs Orville Ruby and Audrey Ruby. Mr SI»4 Mrs C. C. Gerzems and Keh^ aftai Mrs CjriyJe Ger- zeroa are 'visiting m Glendale. A»-i«., wjth the Ed Leavitt family; Mrs Le.avitt is the .former Joe were Mr Whalen. A- C, Schfssel and Minneapolis la.st week to *Uen4 the funeral of Mr SchiBseJ'g mother, Mrs J. P. eJ. Funeral fervices were Itt '» Cftholic church !jj Minneapolis with burial' in Sijirf'j^.^chlisfi •^ Peas 2 N». 303 Cant 35 Del Monte Cut Green 2 No. 303 Cans CATSUP Dal Ment» Tomato 14 ot. BH. 19* OMIOA FROZEN ~ 1 LB. BARTON Strawberries 29* U. SI GRADED CHOICE, FULL FLAVORED LB. BEEF ROAST FROM TENDER YOUNG IOWA BEEF PATH'S BLACK HAWK DRIED BEEF Fine For Creaming or Sandwiches Holly Powdered 1 Lb. Pkg. Limit 2 Please Black Raspberries Clair Pak 15 ox. Can 29e LIBBYS FROZEN Lemonade 2 6 oz. Cans CLIFFCHAR DON'T MISS THIS SPECIAL - Specially Blended For That Appetizing Flavor Skinless Seiners SUNSHINE HYDROX or CLOVERLEAVES COOKIES Reg. Pkg. INSTANT MAID CONCENTRATED TOMATO JUKE Cans Pounds CAMPBELL'S TOMATO 101/2 OZ. Cans REDEEM YOUR LEVER BROS. COUPONS AT FAREWAY I Margarine Imperial Brand With Coupon 29C FOR THAT PICNIC THIS WEEKEND ALL-MEAT Minced HAM FOR SANDWICHES LB; 396 SLICED, LEAN SELECT QUALITY BACON PLAZA LB. 59* U. S, GRADED CHOICE STEAKS -CHOPS and ROASTS" Prices Effetive Thurs., Fri,, Sal. HERSHEYS COCOA SALMON Vi Lb. Can 290 Dumpty 1 Lb. Can 49C Red Hot Cooking School Specials!! QUICK COOKING MACARONI CREAMETTES ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 50-Lb. Sack 7oz. Pkgs. KARO DARK BABY RUTM OR BUTTERFINGER CANDY BARS Box of 24 Bars GLOSSTEX PLASTJC Of, Bottle Oioeolate Chips m-C Crape Prliik Pineapple 46 oz. Can I Chase & Sanborn Instant 6*07. Jar 4.1O Del Monte Crushed VETS DOG FOOD 3 CAMP. WHITE 6HAFTER New Potatoes OOLDEN RIPE BANANAS lOc Lb.

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