The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 20, 1957 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 20, 1957
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LOCALS Sifkt«« took Myrtle bau«h to Mason City MoMay foi a medical chtck-ap. Mrs Alb&fi ttftfs aftdi'wwtt surgery Monday at Fort t>odtge She is in Lutheran hospital. M* ftftd Mrt F. M. Hdli arid Mi end Mrs Russell fiutcnins aftd families speft'i the weekend at thr Okobojis. faa Mty Minseft. 8109*11* 61 Mr and Mrs Efman Hansen has recovered from an attack of three day measles. Mrs Hansen ha.- Mfs Esther tfelberg had a? guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs Jarru* 'Ihompsoh and Roger, Mr and Mrs Ronald Thompson and Lori of Ames. M* and MM John Hopkins, Pamela and Patricia spent Sunday at Whittemore with Mrs Hopkins' parents, Mr and Mrs Richard Potratz. Mr and Mrs (Slenfl Harms al- 1 ended the wedding Saturday, Jurte 8, at Minneapolis of their nephew, John Miller to Joan Larson. Mrs George Sefrlt is at Sioux City this week attending a music education work shop at Morningside college. Mr and Mrs Harold Stephenson have been visited by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Frank Gorey of Osfceola. Dinner guests Sundef of Mr and Mrs Erman Hansen were Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen, Mr and Mrs Carl Hansen and family and Dave Harig. Mr and Mrs W. A. Hardy, Cindy and Steven spent the weekend at Minneapolis, Minn. with the former's mother, Mrs W A. Hardy Sr. Mrs Rose Potter and her daughter, Mrs Orrie NorslacJ of Riverside, Calif, spent Sunday and Monday at Des Moines with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Eugene Furst and Mr and Mrs Dick Furst spent Sunday at Lakotd 1 and were RUests of Mr and Mrs John Furst, aunt and uncle of the men. Mr and Mrs John Mahoney are being visited by Mrs Dora Ferrigan of Chicago, Mrs Ferrigiin accompanied her grandson, Rev Thomas Faulkner, who went from here to Rapids City, S. D. Mrs W. A. Hall is at the cottage at the Okobojis and has as guests Mrs Harold Cowan, Mrs Gerald Ferris and Mrs Eugene Hood. Others are expected to join the group this mid-week. Mrs Clark Orion went to Mason City Tuesday and remained till today (Thursday). She assisted her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy niove into their new home. Mr and Mrs A. V. Larson have been visited by their granddaughter, Marian Shumway. of Niagara Falls, N. 1 ' V. whPlfenP from here to Decorah to visit her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Russell Larson and family, Mr and Mrs L. E. Hovey are being visited by the latter's sister, Evelyn Helland of Monte Bell, Calif. A family dinner was held Sunday, the members here being joined by the son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dean Greethurst of Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ernie Georg drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to see the latter's mother, Mrs Josie Georg who is a medical patient in a hospital. They had spent the weekend at Albert City with Mr? Georg's parents, Mr and Mrs E. O. Daniel. ' Mr and Mrs Kenneth Harris were recently visited by the latter's parents and brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Fred Christensen of Austin, Minn., and Mr and Mrs John Thiewes and family of Minneapolis. An uncle Edward Henderson of Milwaukee, Wis., was also here. Mr and Mrs Chester Bailey left last week for Sioux City and there were joined by their daughter, Mrs C. N. Aalfs, going from there to Clayton, New Mex., to visit the Baileys' other son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ward Graham. They expect to be gone two or three weeks. Mr and Mrs Harry Godden drove to Mason City Monday to meet their grandchildren Mary and Robert, children of Dr. and Mrs Robert Lucey of Staten Island. N. Y. who will spend a vacation here. They made the trip via plane, Janet and Joan, daughters of Mr and Mrs Eugene Furst, have • been spending the past two week? at Perham, Minn, with the grandparents, Mr and Mrs "Bud 1 ' Barnard, former residents here. Mr and Mrs Furst plan to go there for the weekend and bring them home. Bob Harms, son of Mr and Mrs Glenn Harms, has completed his college work for the year ami with seven boys has gone t<. Clarkia. Idaho for the summer The boys will be employed in government service. Bob will resume his studies at Wartburj.' college, Waverly, next fall. Mr *nd Mrs John Mahoney expect their son and daughtor-in law, Mr and Mrs James Mahonoy Mary and Danny of Minneapolis Minn., for a weekend visit. Mr.- Mahoney Sr. and Mrs Dorr Kerrigan, house guest, plan to re turn to Minneapolis with them fo< a visit of a few days. Mr and Mrs Jack Knaack havr been here from Cedar Rapids t visit the latter's father, H. M Harris and brothers and sister;-, iu-law, Mr and Mrs Goorgi Harris and Mr and Mrs Konnetl Harris. Marilyn, daughter r Mr and Mrs Gi-orge Harris .returned with them for a visit of ; week and came home Sunday. Mrs Lewis Blaich has been convalescing at the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Hunt following the birth June 10 of a daughter who has been namefil §|w« May. Tto now makes the BH-iehs a family of two boys and two girls. UttiCmk Aid Society Hoi Anniversary Jtfcmanuel Lutltetan Ladies Aidi Society of Letts Crefck and bone ftoek celebrated Wtelr 25tfi ariftitferssfy Friday aftefftotm, June 14, at the church patlors with 75 ladies attending. 25 years ago 15 ladies met to organize a Ladies Society and il of these were present. Each was presented with a cofsagfe. The^ were: Mrs Ilenfry Mueller, Mrs Adolph Peril; Mrs ftichard Pot- tatz; Mrs Clara Potnpe; Mrs John Kohiwtii Mffi A«fc ridlit Jtts tterrtftft RtftSjtf; Mr| r; kit At$ Mjtiife rs «M M>» ffifek . A Weiee*fte fra* gt?efc fey ft|y LfliH flespoftjte ^ Mts Aft* R*di£ aftd an Sd|!fesi 1>y pastor M. PeteS-s. Mil Win. Ea- fhath acted « tftfteistress. Janice Zurnach ianfi seeoTntHift- ied bjr Mai-lewe WtcMenfahl; accbfdiftn setetftfofts by Gary Pijahh and a piano solo by Jackie Laabs. Mrs Martin Peters and Mrs Ray Laabs 'poured. Committee in charge for this event were Mrs Jerry Radig, Mrs Carl Reinhardt. Mrs Wffl. Zumach and Mrs Art Zumach. The Rev. Martin Peter is the present pastor who recently mm from ftrt. Hot Amateur Golftr s Doe Han Saturday One. of .the finest golfing fields in history will tee off here Saturday and Sunday in the tai annual Algona Amateur, the tournament tfHIl has gained State wide recognition for its valuable prizes. Leading the pack will be Jack Webb of Spirit Lfikfe; Dr. Char- ts Updegrnff of Bonne; Fred Gordon of Belmond; George Lee, Hurnboldt; and Johti and £>on Kymann, Fort-St City. The entry is expected to pass 100. Qualifying rounds of 18 holes must be played before Sunday with the top 16 and ties going 27 tin! PS in the Sunday final. A • >r>.nquet will be herd Saturday ni»ht. Advance entries should be innde \v-ith Jerry Ferris or Vernon Jensen. DIES Porahontas lost one of its oldr-Rt residents recently. Harry Plantz, 88, died May 28. ladies From Lone Rock To Algona Meeting Lefte fttck «. the liflles of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church are invited to attend « fepetial missionary service in this Algona Presbyterian Church Thursday. June 27 at 2 p.m. Mr and Mrs Edwin Carlson, Mr and Mrs Gerald Lee, Mrs Patil Carlson and daughter Kathleen, and Diane Stromberg, all of Minneapolis, were Sunday evening Jun* 30, 19S7 AlflOrta (la.) Upp«f Ot> Molnftt-S of ftev. afid Mrs Mr and Mrs Bob fortney and family were Sunday evtmiftg guests at the home of Delmai FlSher, Hugh Walters had guests for Fathers Day. Those present were the Leo Nurres of Bancroft, James Shillington of Algona, Lawrence Walters and Bernard O'Donnells. Mr and Mrs prval Deardorff of Yale ,Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen and Jamey, Tina Jensen and Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig were, Sunday guests at the Roger Jensen home. Sunday afternoon guests at the Herman Kramer home were Mr Bhfl Mrs Chtffef Afcfct and Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem oil Ot* tosen. The Rjlph HammerstWns lent* ily and Ralph's mother visited the Layefne Haffimefttrato ht>me in Wafe. When theiy ff turned they brought Eileen Hlmfrier- strom with them. Bond Concert Tonight The first weekly Thursday night baftd concert of the summer, postponed a welsft -ago, will be held tortight (Thursday, Jun* 20) at the Athletic Park bn East State street FOR A TEMPTING MEAL Swiss STEAK CUT FROM U. S. CHOICE ROUNDS 1 Wilson's Lean Boneless Whole or Half 6-Lb. to 8-Lb. Average MEAT PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY DECKER'S BraunscWeiger GLACIER CLUB Ice Cream^ V4 Gal. HERSHEY'5 CHOCOLATE §YRUP 1 Lb. Can 19C Makes Tasty Sandwiches MA BROWN STRAWBERRY RATH'S SMOKED 1&-UL.PKG. • Kfi S f~»W&'- -•-- •- •' SLICED BEEF COLBY LB. Lonehorn 2'- 49C FASTCO BRAND Margarine 3 1 Lb. Pkgs. 59C GERBER'S STRAINED Baby Food 6 Reg. Cans HOLLY POWDERED Sugar 2 1 Lb. Boxes 19C HEINZ (57) Ketchup 14 or. Bottle MINATURE MARSHMALLOWS SALAD STYLE MUSTARD ALL FLAVORS Jello GRANDEE STUFFED 19C 35* Philadelphia CREAM CHEESE Breakfast of Champions NEW-IMPROVED Bcibo MIRACLE WHIP CARAMELS MAYONNAISE IOC CHEESE FOOD VELVEETA LIMONS Doz, 39c SIMONIX WAX Self Polishing $11 PAPER Cut-Rite , Brand 125ft, Roll POTATO CHIPS fwfh Pcfcfe 59c PRUNE PLUMS PICKLE CHIPS ttunfa In HV/, Nd. Cfcfts 49c Stokely's , Sweet 12

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