The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 23, 1957 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 23, 1957
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Thursday, May 53, 1957 Algono (la.) Upper B« Motne»-3 P.E R, , D.E S_ M.Q, I. C. D. of A. Banquet Tho Catholic Mothers and Daughters banquet was held Monday evening, May 20, at 6:30 at the'KC hall, with 150 present. Mrs E. S. Kinaoy was toastmistress. "Toast to Mothers" wa.« Riven by Jc-an Hall and "Response- to Daughters" was given by Mrs Helen Mikes. The guost sp-.-ikcr was Rtv. L. H. Greving m V/ts: Bend. Tho program consisted oi /Clarinet Polka" by There:?;! Bradley, accompanied by Mary Ann Bradluy; vocal solo, "Wonderful Mother of Mine" by Carol Flynn, accompanied by "Marion Roth; saxaphone number by Madonna Gisch, accompanied by Theresa Bradley. Color scheme of blue and white was used at the tables. Benediction at the close of the- evening was by Rev Greving. Engaged To Wed Mr and Mrs Frank A. Smith, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Alice, to Elvin Moore, son of Mrs Harold Smith of Algona. The wedding will take place June 22 at 2 p.m. a! Good Hope Methodist church. Weidenhoff Club Parly The Weidenhoff Recreation Club ,an organization- of Weiden- hoff, Inc., employees, held its spring party Saturday evening, May 18, at the Algona Legion Hall. Approximately -100 were in attendance. The party was called "Spring Fling", and followed a fishing theme in stunts, acts and lunch motif. Dancing followed the program. Henry Last is president of .the Recreation Club. Party committee members were Leona Smith, Jane Hildebrand, Francis • Mishak, Jo Ann Price, and Jas. Guffv. Miles Sloniker acted a> master of ceremonies. Police Auxiliary Met Families of the Algona branch of the Iowa State Policemen's auxiliary ass'n met Tuesday evening. May 21, at the armory for a picnic .potluck supper. The guests included Mrs Ralph Lindhorst, Mr and Mrs Frank Tellier and Esther, and Mr and Mrs Don Wood. A business meeting was held after supper. Discussion included installation by state officers at the next meeting which is planned for June 13. to Present Recital Evelyn Bode and Ebba Mo- betg will present the following high school pupils in a senior recital, June 2nd, 3 p.m. at the Presbyterian church. The group will be composed oi Algona and Rockwell City students who will present vocal and piano solos and t'A'o piano numbers. The following people wih appear: Janice Bode, Bonnie Seobcrg, Pamela Waller, Pamela Pearson Sore Norton, Kay Moline, Mary Jean Hood, Sonja Bergquist, Linda Smith, Mara Lou Wolf, Ronald Briggs, Dotty Hobart, Mary Jo Christensen, Susan Fouts, Marilyn 1 Freman, Barbart Adams, Nadine Emmeck, Enoi' Dudley and Carolyn Anderson. A Junior recital will be presented on June Id, 3 p.m. at tht Presbyterian Church. The public is cordially invited. Honor Rev. Loesch Trinity Lutheran congregation honored Rev. and Mrs Luthei Loesch, Sunday evening, with a farewell courtesy at the church Rev., and Mrs Loesch are going to Pascagoula, Miss, with installation there scheduled for June 16. Paying tribute to the depart- j ing pastor and his wife, than on 1 behalt of the ministers and the ' local congregation, were Rev. ' Wittenberg of LuVerns, Rev. Attend Graduation Mr and Mrs Frank Vera attend- I ed graduation exercises Monday evening at Swea City for their niece, Joyce Mularky. Melvir. Hutchinson, son-in-law of MY and Mrs Frank Vera, was appointed director of the Amvots at a recent meeting at Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Hutchinson are moving to Iowa Falls as soon as theii new house is completed. Mr Hulchinson now commutes between Iowa Falls and Cedar Falls. Buffet Supper Mrs Dunne Riley was hostess to the following friends at a buffet supper and card party Monday evening: Mrs Games Ackerman, Mrs Robert Carlson, Mrs Bert Deal, Mrs Leo Gardner, Mrs Wayne Goodman, Mrs Clarence Hunt, Mrs Dick McGinnis, Mrs Clayton Percival, and Mrs Kenneth Pereival. W«>d 50 Years Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow ol Burt celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, May 19 with open house. Over 180 attended. Hugh is the fifth of his brothers and sisters to celebrate their 50th year of married life. ' This is a record that will be hard to beat. I Donald Heck of Livormore who becomes vacancy pastor hert Mrs Richard Groen, G. A. Wittkopf, and others. Mr Wittkopl presented Rev. Loesch with a new portable typewriter as a gift from the local congregation. Tho Lot-sells were to leave Algona to- duy, Thursday. CONSUMERS! Price* In This Adv«rtl**m«rtt Good F*f 5 Days - Through Wednesday, May HERE'S NEW HILAND ft "TWIN PACK Attend Conference' Three ( members of the staff ai St. Ann' hospital are attending the tenth annual Upper Midwest Hospital Conference at Minneapolis. It is a three-day meeting, with sessions set for Wednesday through Friday, May 22-24. Sister Mary Etheldreda, R.S.M., administrator of the local hospital, Eileen Kollasch, record librarian, and Mary Lou Helmers, Jab technician, are attending "from Algona. At Alumni Banquet Mrs Harold Shugart and Mrs Stanley Johnson of Sherburn, Minn, attended the alumni banquet given at the Hoyt-Sherman hotel for graduates of Iowa Methodist hospital. They went here Saturday and returned home Sunday. Informal Party Hostess Mrs Dick Allen entertained at an informal' party last week Thursday evening. Guests were Mrs James Allen, Mrs Ray Cook Mrs Helen Trauger, Mrs Nellie Van Allen and Mrs C. G. Venteicher. HERE'S PART OF THE CONSUMERS GANG pictured as they were collecting item* from ail over Consumers Super-Market for a big holiday picnic . . . you can just about find everything you need at Consumers . . . even the barbecue briquets and weinie forks I ea. 5< bch. 5< Freshen'juicy e ' t ^ Red 'n' ripe Edison invented the flash light in 1914. Gifts For The Graduate Boby Doll Pajamas $3.98 Sleeveless Blouses 2.98 T Shirts & Bermudas _ 1.98 to 3.98 Full & Straight Skirts _ 3.98 to $.98 Bouffant Petticoats 3.98 Seamless & Stretch Nylon Hose Special, were 1.35, now 1.08 ELVA& JESSIE'S The little shop on the side street Chotco of All Asstd. Flavors Pkgs. For « For Sunday Dinner • For Picnics • Vor Memorial SPRING CHICKEN FRYERS 3 TO 3'/j POUND AVERAGE SPRING TURKEY FRYERS 6 TO 8 POUND AVERAGE Two Big 1x 2-Lb. Bags In Giant Size Box Pretty good ideal The two big bags of potato chips are in a big Hiland box. easy to tote, ana a swell way to keep them. PETER PIPER DILL PICKLES. 2 jrs. 39c CHARMIN PICNIC NAPKINS. 2bxsJc CUDAHY'S MEAT TANG .1... 3 cans fl HERSHEYS CHOCOLATE SYRUP. Ib. can 19c SEA MIST FROZEN Lemonade NEW CROP CALIF. FROZEN trawb (SLICED) PKGS. FOR $ Place Your Order Now For 30-Lb. Tins of Strawberries STRAWBERRY PRESERVES LUSCIOUS STANDBY Brand JARS 2 REGULAR BOTTLES CONSUMERS PRE-HOLIDAY ' •:$&&? A •• -«•»" rtohtup-wa* MEAT YOUNG, TENDER Beef Roast SWIFT'S SWEET RASHER Sliced Bacon Ib. 49C FULL CREAMED (FRESH-CUT FOR YOU) Lb. We are offering these very special (Acfonized Fresh) fryers in both chic* kens and turkeys this week end •— try the Turkeys, you can fry 'em in the pan just like chicken — urn. delicious 1 * CONSUMERS HOUSEHOLD SPECIALS STA.FLO, VIM GIANT DEXOL 59c GIANT PERFEX 59c GIANT TIDE CONSUMERS^MBCONSUMER Longhorn Cheese Ib. 49C ALL-MEAT SKINLESS (IN CELLO WRAP) Ik S1.00 For Your Cook-Out let Us Cut You Some Nice U. S. Choice Thick Steaks YOUNG CORN-FED HEIFER Beef OHSI rl *r.s 1^ _ CONSUMERS MARKET 90 TQ 100-LB. Cut and Wrapped and Marked FREE WE HAVE 0-SOI 6-Bortle Curton FREE With Purchoif of o 6-Bonl» I CON8UMERS"""»CONSU]

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