The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 6, 1957 · Page 5
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LOCALS Mr» Mildred Putt had at gtieti* lifit week Thursday Mr and Mrs Ifa Han«6ti 6f Woodward. ItfrUit Vtti Altai wa g fh* ift* «|siijfif officer it a mating of the G. D. df A. Jtihe 5 at Wesley. ^ Mf and Mri Allan Buchanan hav« ha* as guests a few days the latters parents, Mr aftd Mrs dan Whiff of Atlantic. Mr and Mt* Paul Dsftman were visited Memorial Day by Ml-s Dettman's brother-in-law attd sister, Mr and Mrs C. o. Riddle of West Concord, Minn. Pert Loofl ha* recovered nic«- ly from recent surgery for removal of the gall bladder and will resume his work on the Hugii Black farm in a short time. Cmeo Mother* tad Daughters club will meet with Mrs Johnny Weydert Wednesday afternoon, June 12. Everyone is asked to bring a gift, covered di*h ana sandwiches . the flit! grade elate of the Methodist church Sunday school presented St. Ann hospital patients with candy favors May 26. Teacher of the group is Mrs L. L. Snyder. Mr and Mn Don Craig of Nor- lolk ,Va., are parents of a daughter born May 23. There is a son Michael nearly two years old. Mii> Craig is the former Barbara Bowman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Karl Bowman. Julia Bourne Is home from Drake university, DCS Mcnnes. and will be here with her parents, Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bournt till July 6 when she will return to Drane for the summer school session. Mr and Mrs Lylc Reidinger had as weekend guests Dr. and Mr;, J. G. Strong, of Maryville, Mo., parents of Mrs Reidinger, also her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs J. M. Welch, Columbus, Ohio, and their son and daughter. Mr and Mrs Don Price came from Sioux City this weekend and will remain for a visit of a week with Mrs Price's mother, Mrs Mildred Putz and brothers- in-law and sisters of Mrs Price, Mr and Mrs James Will and Mr . and Mrs Alton Rochleau. Mrs Robert Carr and children Cheryl and Darla accompanied Mrs Carr's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Harold Kranz and children Roger and Marlu of Swea City to Des Moines, Saturday and attended the Shrine circus at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Mrs William Geering wenl to Clearwater, Kan., Friday to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs Everett Black and family. Mr Geering plans to go ther^ Friday and remain a week. They will bring home with them the granddaughter, Mary Ann. Mr ftjid Mrs Sari Bowman ha^e had as guests the letter's brother and sister-in-law, . Mr and Mrs Everett Robinson and Bob of Ontario, Oregon, former residents here. Everett is a brother oi "Bud" Robinson and son of Mrs Eliza Angle whom they also visited. Mr and Mrs Jim Van Allen came from Omaha, Neb., where the former is a student at Creighton university and attended the graduation Friday of the sister, Patricia Van Allen. They were guests of the parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Van Allen and Mr and Mrs Charles Fox. Memorial Day guests visiting Mr and Mrs Henry Burns were Mrs Ardella Bruns, Mrs Pearl Cook and Michael, all of Kenosha, Wise., Mr and Mrs Darroll Bruns, Waterloo, Mr and Mrs Thomas Bruns and family of Mitchell, So. Dak. and Mr and Mrs Dwight Bruns and family oi Wesley. Recent visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Phil Diamond here, after the birth of their son Michael David on May 20, have been Mr and Mrs I. E. Diamond, Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Al Saleson, and Al Stein, Chicago. Other visitors have been Izzy Litwin and Frank Diamond, of Minneapolis, and Norman Cohen, Chicago. Mr and Mrs Henry Furst had as guests Memorial Day Archie Cunningham, Karen Woolridge and Linda Wingrove of De.3 Moines, Ethel Woolridge, Dorothy Shatto and James Kephart of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Richard Furst of Humboldt. They had come to attend the Reibsa- men-Cunningham reunion held at the Ambrose Call State park. Mrs Helen Trauger has re ceived announcement of the graduation of her son Commander Robert J. Trauger, from the Commandant Industrial College of Armed Forces, June 12, at Fort Leslie J. McNari, Washington, D. C. He has been assigned tu Hawaii and will leave for that destination in a short time. Hewill visit his mother here June 15. The Algone Business and Professional Women's Club has received two State awards, one for increase of membership and one from the State Heart Association. Nellie Van Allen, past president, was chosen by the club as "woman of the year." The new officers installed were president, Ella Zumach; vice president, Mary Staudt; secretary, Helen Klein; recording sec., Maxirie Momyer; treasurer ,Ann Merritt; parliamentarian, Katherine Sorenson; historian, Theresa Strahonv Mr and Mrs P.. «• £«*« spent the weekend in Des Moines and took part jn the Drake university alumni chorus in which sixty-five alumnus sang. Mr and Mrs Carver and two sons , Mt Monday for Anaheim where Mr Carver is employed in the schools as director of band and orchestra. M» and Mr* H««f«i 61»W»44i« ill .go to Cedar Falls Friday to will .g attend daughter attend the graduation of theiv r, Jin, from Iowa State college. Two Greets In Thli Family When Mr and Mrs Gene Murtagh will view commencement ceremonies Friday at the State University of Iowa in Iowa City, they will, as parents, experience ft "double thrill" Fot they Will be observing not one, but two 'gfads' receiving diplomas—their daughter, Judy Murtagh fhore- sott and her husband, Richard Thoreson. The young couple will each receive B. A. degrees, with Judy graduating In the top 10% of the? class. Mr Thoreson will be commissioned a 2nd Lieutenant in the IT. 8. Marine Corp$ next Monday. While at Icwa City, Mr Mur- regh will return to University Hospital for further eye treatment. Craighton U, Grad Cordell Schilmoeller is one of 310 students who received degrees from Creighton University June 8. Schilmoeller, son of Mrs Ray B. Schilmoellet, Algona, earned a Bachelor of Science degree. The St. Cecelia's Academy graduate majored in biology- takes 10 inches of snow to equal an inch of rain. Around Algona Mr and Mrs Virgil RoethlM have as their guests Mr and Mru Ray Vooman of Lowry, Minn. David Phillips, who allends Iowa .State College at Ames, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs R. M. Phillips. Mr and Mn Truman Simpseft were in Des Moines over the weekend. They visited Mrs Simpson's son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Bill Twombley and Mrs Simpson attended a beauticians meeting. Mr and Mrs Andy Oallnet are spending this week vacationing and visiting relatives at Racine and other points in Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs D. O. Cloplon hftfl as thfir guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Earl Stream and three children of Jefferson. Eighl Specs card club met Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs Mabte tee r^rizes were received by Mrs Mat old Mob- sofi, Mrs Beecher Lafte and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. Mr tftd Mf» Aady Crawford and Mf af>d Mrs WilBttr ftflfcdtrs and family spent Stttfdft? at Lake Okdboji. Ira Kohl and eon, David, teem three days last week dfl a fishing trip to Cass Lake and other points in northern Minnesota. Rev. M. H. Brower occupied ihe pulpits.and moderated congregational meetings in the Presbyterian churches at West Bend and Rodman on Sunday. Thttridoy, June 6, 195? Algona (Jo.) Upper D«t Molnw-1 Mr* Lftlft SrVtfflri, Mrs Lenori Hlltz and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee Were in Foft Dbdge on Wednesday where they visited friends. Craig Smith and M. M. Hora- bruch left this morning (Thursday) on their annual fishing vacation at La Ronge, Saskatchewan, Canada. The trip is made by private plane. Mr and Mrs O. B. Marines had as their overnight guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs L. E. Kearney of Milwaukee, Wise. The visitors and Mr Harmes were childhood friends. Pounds Mr and Mr* torn tttljslfl tftd sons, Mike find Denny of Boone, spent the weekend here with Mr Halpin's mother, Mr? Leota Halpin. They came to attend the reunion of the high school class of 1937 o! which both were members. Mr and Mrs Carl Morck. Sr, were visited over" the weekend by" (heir son-in-law and daughter- Mr and Mrs Dorrance Greer of Minneapolis. Mrs Greer is the" former Virginia Morck and she" attended the reunion of the high school class of 1937. FRESH GROUND FROM JUICY TENDER BEEF Hamburger [Ground Beef] Standard AERSOL INSECT BOMBS Each 89c Fine For Charcoali ng on Your Grill RATH BLACKHAWK 100% ALL MEAT HUNT'S- WHOLE UNREELED Apricots 2-sa 49C LIBBY'S 6 OZ. CANS ONADE 29C LIMIT 3 PLEASE BETTY CROCKER'S 40 OZ. BOX Patio Franks Pounds For ROSEDALE DECKERS IOWANA, BONELESS, COOKED AND LEAN Lb. 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Crtft ROBIN HOOD FLOUR - -1.79 FOR WHITER WASHES WB^W MIMF ^^^^^^^^^ _ IMMMHMR Giant Box 59C LIBBY'S Fruit Cocktail No. 300 Cotii 390 CALIFORNIA VAUNC1A ORANGES Doz.ft

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