The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 12, 1955 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 12, 1955
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LOCALS , Mr and Mr a A. A. Kiecker weni 'to Minneapolis Sunday, to spend a few days with relatives and friends. • • Maxine and Jack Momyer have as guest their sister, Mrs Colt, nee Margaret Morrtyer of Chica- go«JiK ••;••- ., Mr and Mrs John Homer were visited over. the weekend by Mrs Romer's father, William Beck bf Dickens. Maty Jane, daughter t)i Mr and and Mrs John Swartz, had a ton- sillectbmy Monday at St. Ann hospitaL ••••••• The Hammond organ club met Tuesday evening with Mrs E. C. McMahon. Mrs Vernon' Jensoh had change of the ; program. Mr and Mrs Dick Post had the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr aiid Mrs James White of DCS Moines, as guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs George Newland and family spcni Mother's Day at Emmetsburg with Mrs Newland's parents, Mr and Mrs Kieigi at Errtmetsburg. Mr and Mrs E. C. McMahon spent- from Thursday till Sunday at Omaha, Neb. with Mrs MeMahon's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs R. J. Neary. Mr and Mrs E. C. McMahon had as luncheon guests Monday the Jailor's brother, the Rev. Dun- igg of Esthervillc and Mr and Mrs H. A. Collins of LaJolla, Calif. Cresco Riverdale Homemakers will meet at the home of Mrs Raymond Metzen with Mrs Harold Sabin assisting, on Wed., May 18, 1955. There will be election of officers, Ruth Schweppe has returned to Broadlawns hospital, Des Moines where she is a student nurse. She has spent her vacation here with her parents Mr and Mrs A. F. .Schweppe. Mrs Kenneth Seely is the new bookkeeper at the Upper Des Moines, replacing Mrs Iris Herbers who is moving to Minnesota Lake, Minn, where her husband is now employed. Mr and Mrs Claude While spent Mother's Day at Linden with the former's mother, Mrs Ella White. In the 1 afternoon Mr White attended the funeral services at Redfield for Robert Binns. Mr and Mrs Dallas Klein had as dinner guests Mother's Day the latter's brother and sister-in- law Mi- and Mrs Bob Kuhn and JVtindy of Ankeny and the parents Mr and Mrs Gordon Kuhn. Mrs Fred Ryther was met here by Mrs Van Steenberg and Mrs Lottie Isenberger of Burt and taken to Burt Saturday to attend the funeral services for Jess Me- Donald, cousin of Mrs Ryther and Mrs Isenberger. Mary Slebrilz is leaving Monday for Galesburg, 111., and will be records librarian in St. Mary hospital there, a position she had held the past few years at St. Ann. Her" place here will be taken by;Mary Ann,Bprte. Mr and Mrs Howard Plait and Mr and Mrs N. B. Best were among those who attended the , Mf Arid Mrs A. B. Oakland and family spent Mother's Day al Brioelyn, Minn., with Mrs Oakland's parents, Mr and Mrs Julius Hove, Mr and Mrs, Harold Suhdef, Bruce and Sharon were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Suftdet's mother, 'Mrs Anna Ldngseth at Oftosen. Mr and Mrs A. F. Schweppo were visited Mother's Day b^ their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Louis Gade and family of forest City. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanseh were visited from Saturday till Wednesday , by ,their daughter Sheila, a riurse at the Iowa Methodist hospital, Des Moines. Mf and Mrs Merle Webster were visited last Week by ..Mrs Webster's uncle and aunts Mt afld Mrs Ed Johhsoft of Curlew,' ,"'. Mr arid Mrs Leonard MeUsner had as gtt&ts Sunday Mr and MM. Fred Martin and WrBernadettr Macy, sister of Mr Meissner, all of Sioux City, The dinner was in honor bf the first cp.rhmuftion iff the daughter Judy,-at St. Cecelia's Catholic 'chur'eh. •: Mrs Li E. Linnan and Mrs Marie Kunz took Mrs Walter Lorenz to Minneapolis last week. Mrs Lorenz remained for a visit of several days with relatives before leaving for Pompaho Beach, Fla,, where she and her husband will no,w make their home, Sunday at • , j ' and Mr"« J. P. Smith spent * Mf rand Mr and Mr» the latter^ patVf ke* Witrrjlfii Sherman had and sister Mr arid Mrs Keiifteth -Boughten and Gladys of, Byitfeas .recent guests. Mf and Mrft'fh^bddre HuidH iston City with ter-ln-lAw, 1 chison. and daugh- . f .dad Mrs' Ted . Mr and Mrs Harry McMurray returned. Monday from Olendale, Calif,, where -they had spent the winter, EnrdUte ndrhe they stopped to visit, Mr and Mrs'Wacte Ball, . former; 'rfeident here, at Chillicothe, Mbj- Mr and Mr* Had the latter'S Merle Wsbslef aft* Bfd theHn-law arid Mr atld MrsjW,.B.j. Masoh City as guests'surmay;' Judgo G. W, Siillrnarl and Edar-Mack, an attt»ne£ at,St«*m g- , Lake were at Joseph, Mo;, Mori- day to serve as pallbearers.,for Mary Htrcltstairferj • rfttlge; rrtdtne'r' at their /law iraterftity J ^ many ^years'. '-'•>•• . . * " , Dr. and Mrs N. J. Kelley spent Mother's Day at Iowa City With their son James, a student at the State University. They are gOing to Ames this Weekend to -visit their daughter Susfirl, student at the Iowa State college, where Veisha is being held; 1 Mf *fid Mrs Leo §ievefi had as dinner guests- -Mathers sBfs^thfe fofrnto fift&nls;tMi?' ahd^Mrsf H, «af Vltf SteVeh' Slid the /aughte!? :and husband^ Mr and -Mrs Eafl ' Mr arid Mrs H. H. Frlftiedi •ed- '-She'' rieff-' daughter Vftginfa Ai City Motherr s 'Day weekend, as 'dttendiiSg. :thfe» school) ,df hospital, . , Mr and Mfs Cilalf Sftyd4r Jknrf softs Steven 1 ahd Matkicame 1 Wed" nesday from May wood, Calif.,. f dr. a''visit w.ittf the parents ..Mr, and Mrs Hallard Snyder, afld Mr and Mrs E. Mi RichardsoH. M^ Snyder is, the. former, KatjAefine Richardson. . .ifcJN P»Ul 9010M MM! araettlnger with Mrs Eafkins' Wother-in-lftw fthd ,si«- ! tfer >Mr aM{M« aitt. fSutch" tad Judy Ifient Sunday at Bass Lake, With Mr and Mrs ,DioR Stray**. Hi E, Stephenson is home ffofa fepirit>Lake, where .he has been but is l«fllii»-flft r 12th' Mr tirt Vetefan's h6spitalj CeS Moines for further treatment. 'WE* utif'tfrl SirSjfea* Matt tf guests 'Sanda>, 'their s and daurfhtef, Mr ahdr Beshey of Brltt s who has been In '.Service in Call* but the gast several , ha* been transferred /to aft ' air base at Amarillo,,Tejc, j' Mr and Mrs Don IJulty visited over the Mtekeftd by* tht-ff niece Mary Nelson and -friefla, Mary . Bllert / Suhrefjtz;, bbth ,of whom' if 6 stu9erits 'at Brlitrcliffe Collie,,. Sioufc City. , • ' Mr still Mrs ; George Newland are expecting Mr and Mrs Casper Scherr of Tacoma; Wash,, for a visit- very SbOrt. Mrs ScHel-r is a sister bf Mr?; Newland and a^part of ttfc* tlhVes Will be spent at -Em* Scherr'^ pat-, ents.'jMf after Mil Kleigl. MEATS VEGETABLE SHORTENING HORMEL'S DEFATTED ^ ' ' I " 1 1^9 6 • " N • Smoked Picnics - Lb. Pork Steaks - - 100% PURE Ground Beef - - SWIFT'S ESSEX Summer Sausage - RUTH'S PURE PORK Luncheon Loaf - Lb. Neb., last week. The Platts were there Saturday and the Bests were there Sunday. Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David, Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch, Mr and Mrs William Funk and Diane Riley and Mr and Mrs Arl Rilcy of LuVerne were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs James Doak at LuVerne. Mr and Mrs "Bud" Robinson had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Gerald Frankl of Irvington in honor of the first communion of the Robinson's daughter Janice. Mr and Mrs Frankl were her sponsors at her baptism iv hen she was an infant. Mrs Hulda Kollasch was visited Mother's Day by her son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Howard Lundsman and children of Spencer. They had been -at Mason City lo see Mr Luncisman's mother and were joined at Mrs Koll- sch's by another son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Graay Phillips and daughters Sandra and Gayle. Mrs Luella Baker has returned from Tucson, Ariz., where she spent four months. She stripped for a visit of tern days at Ames with her son and daughter-in-law and children, Dr. und Mrs Durwood Baker. She also spent a few clays ut Kanawha with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr anc Mrs L. E. Rasmubsen. Mr and Mrs Homer Tuttle and Richard spent the weekend at Des, Moines and Perry with the respective fathers, W. E. Tuttle at Des Muines and G. A. Burrell at Perry. Richard was a guest ol Larry Wokolt and with him attended "Pajaina Game" at the K.R.N.T. theatre. Larry is employed at a bank in Des Moines. Mrs Imelda Engessor and son Dan were at St. Paul, Minn., last week to attend the funoral services for Mrs Ch-irles MeLauglin. nes May me Kennedy of Bancroft. She will be well remembered by the older residents and many will recall that her grandparent.' were Mr and Mrs John Kennedy pioneer Kossuth farmers in Union township. Mrs C. F. Specht was visited Sunday by her daughter and granddaughter, Mrs Harry Larson and Geeta Mae and John Peterson of Forest City. Mrs Specht was dinner gue/t of hci son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs William Specht. The visitors from Forest City spent some time there and then took Mrs Spechl to her home where they visilec the remainder of the time. Mr and Mrs K. D. James have returned from Phoenix, Am. where they spent the winter. They iiro boint; visited this week b. Mrs Louise Mann of Hollywood Calif. Mrs Mann has also visit ixl friends at Fairmont, and othe: places in this vicinity. She is former resident here and will bi well remembered. Her late hus band, Frank Mann, had the Fore h'lajC here u number of year HORMEL'S - SLICED Beef •-• - 1/4 Lb. Pkg. Pkg. COD-HADDOCK-PERCH Fish Fillet: Lb. 33C 3Lb. Can NEW BLUE CHEER 2 Reg. Pkg. 49C GLACIER CLUB VANILLA Ice Cream GAL. GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 5Lb. Bag UBBY'S Cut Green Beans 2 No. 303 UBBY'S FROZEN trawberries 12oz. Pkg. 29C FASTCO BRAND anne Lb. Pkgs. 351 BRACK'S Orange Slices 35c STOKELY'S Pears No. 303 Can HORMEL'S 12 oz. Can 35C SUNKIST SIZE 252 Lemons 6 " R ENTER THE POST CEREAL CONTEST WIN A PONY QUICK-WASTED CORN FLAKES POSTTOASTIES,. 18 oz. Box CAHQY-COAJED PUFFED WHEAT SUGAR CRISP . Large Box .. MORE ENERGY PER SPOONFUL! GRAPE=NUTS.... 2 Reg. Boxes A CHOICE FOR EVERYONE I/V THE- FAMILY! POST-TENS... Reg. Box REAL GO1.D Orange Base 2 Reg. Cans 29c WAXTEX Wax Reg. Roll ^^^^^^P ^Hpl^ ^Bpi^ Tomatoes TUBE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES -OPEN-, FRIDAY and SATURDAY Evenings For Your Convenience

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