The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 23, 1955 · Page 29
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 29

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 23, 1955
Page 29
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tiAtOttosen Daughter And Mother Party By Mfs Knut Oppedahl OUosen—A Mother - Daughter dinner was served by the men of the Presbyterian Church Monday evening in the church parlors. There were about 45 mo- Ihers and daughters present. Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk was toastmis- trcss. The response was given by Mrs Knut Oppedahl. Margaret Kclley sang. She was accompanied at the piano by her mother, Mrs Louis Kelley. Ralph Richards gave a short talk. Rev. Ramem of Pocahonlas gave a very interesting and inspiring sprmon. Sheridan Straycr of Algona presented a pantomime skit and Leslie Hccker sung. i\c- companied at the piano by Mrs W. G. Cooper. Trio men did the cooking and serving. Under the direction of Mrs Keith Straycr of Algona were George Warrior, Ralph Richards. Eugene Hofius, Louis Kelley, Jesse VanBuskirk. Miki? Coylc. Lawrenrc- Trlford Leslie Meeker, Roy Tel ford and LeRoy Worbv. Larry Telford and Sheridan Strayer were table waiters. Swimming Classes Swimming classes for the Ol- loM'n children will be Monday ;>nri Thursday mornings at the Humboldt pool. Tlv>*e interested are to meet at the schoolhouse at 9:30 a.m. and will go by school bus to the pool. Anyone who has not turned in his signed certificate must have that slip with him when hi- goes Monday. Ladies Aid Meets The Lutheran L;;dies Aid met Wednesday afternoon in Un- church parlors with Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mrs Chester. AJme hostesses. The president. Mrs H. J. Neilscn. led devotions. A memorial gift of ten dollars for Rev. S. O Sande was given. He was formerly pastor of this church. Mrs Loran Daniel and Mrs Merle Holt gave reports and Mrs Hollis Cooper, cradle ml! chairman, had charge of tin.- program. Mr and Mrs Howard Ilcllick- son and Carol attended the capping and graduation at St. Thomas Mcicy hospital at Marshalltown Sunday. The Hellickson's daughter Nancy, was a ! member of the class which was i capprd. Accompanying the Hell- I icksons were A/1C Chutcls Hi-11-I icksqn home for a week furlough i from Wright-Patterson Air Force Base. Dayton. Ohio; Mrs Hannah^j Hfllickson o£ H;irUv,, <md e HrsJ Mark Tuftdal of Chicago/ -ana] Betty Jones. Weoster City. Thurs- | day Mr and Mrs Howard Hell- i ickson and Carol attended fu- I noral services of n relative. Merle j SUickland of Eagle Grove. The ! young man killed m an air- j pl;<ne crash. ; Sunday, Mr ;>ivi Mr< i>-H ! Underbcrg attended the Olson i family reunion at Call PaiK ir j Algona and in the evening visited I at the Car] Undcrborg home ne;ir 1 Livermorc. Mrs Amanda Twedt of Los Angfhv will visit this week at the t'nder^ 0 '-" h-"ir> Guests at the Hollis Cooper home Sunday for dmner and supper were Mr and Mrs Alfred Jensen. Mr and Mrs Rain* Ji-ii- sen and family, Mr and Mrs l,e- Rav Waite and Dorothy and M.- i and Mrs Donald Jensen :>.nd j family all of Rodman and Mr j and Mrs MaDcan Ludwigh and j family of West Bend. ! Mr and Mrs Knut Oppe iahl j and sons visited Saturday over- ; night at the Merle J. Meyer hoiiM 1 at Wostgiite. Eldon Hundortmark is up an,i iibnut after being confined tu !><•<; for the past three months with rhuematie fever. Tom Barnes, student in the Presbyteri;»n ministry, is spending this week at the home of Mrs W. E. Hun- dei tmai k. Sunday dinner suc-sts nt thr Oliver Kinseth home were Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend and Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and daughter of Alaona. In the aftornu-in, Mr and Mrs Olvin Haim and family \vp'-«' there. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson received a call from their son S/2C H-ber! Olson. Fn. eve., informini; them that the are the grandparents of a girl born that morning, .him 17. The baby his been named Robin Lynn and she has mie sis ter Carol Leigh. The family live near New London. Conn., where he is stationed. Mr and Mrs Clarence Hellam'. and Robert of B;-de visited at tne Olaf Bruvik home Sunday evening. Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Bruvik and Curtis visited at the John Hanson home at Humboldt. * Mr aiv.i Mrs Orville- Olson and Marilyn of Bode visited F<-"|HV afternoon at the Donald Usher home. Mrs Usher returned i>«'vi« thut day from Lutheran hospital in Furl Dudye, where she hao been a surgical patient. Sunday visitors were Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie. Monday evening visitors at the llollis Cooper home were Mr ana Mrs MaDean -Ludwig and family of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Mike Coylc and Mr and Mrs Roy Telford were guests Sunday at the Dallas Coyle home at Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs Merle Holt ;md family attended the 25th wedding anniversary honoring ivir ami <vn Earl Chambers at their homo at Coi with, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem and Randy attended the Watnem family picnic at the home of Mrs Penrl Hanson at Whitt'-mnre Sunday. There were about. 120 present. Randy went homo with the Merle Faulks to Estherville for a few days visit. Bruce Wat- nptn sppnt Sunday at Col well visiting friends. Mr and Mrs Roy Enockson were Father's Day dinner guests -it the Lowell Shelgren home a 1 -rilmoro City. Barbara Knock son accompanied Merland Anderson of Bradgate to the Bengi. family reunion held Sunday a: the Henry Fehr home near Wes' Bend. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius visited Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs Hofius' mother, Mrs Cora Bacon, in Algona and Sun- lay at the Alf Lee home near Britt. Marilyn Long spent the past week attending Girls' Stale at Cedar Falls. Her parents, Mr and Mrs Earl Long, met her in Humboldt Sunday morning and from there they went to Sutherland, where they attended a family gathering for Father's Day and to celebrate the wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Ralph Coopei and to honor the Ralph Cooper's daughter Arlys. who was con jirmed from the Methodist churcn that day. Also present was Mrs Essie Cooper from Ottosen. Crippled Children Clinics Planned A group of physicians am, other medical personnel Iron; the State Services, Iowa City, for Crippled Children will conduct a field clinic in Forest City OP. Wednesday, June 29, for the following counties: Kossuth, Winnebago, Worth, Hancock and Ce'r- ro Gordo, and Spirit Lake on Tuesday, June 28, for the following counties. Kossuth, Lyon, Os- "f?o]a. Dickinson, Emmett, Palo Alto, Clay, O'Brien and Soutx. At Forest City it is schcdu'.rd to be held in the Methodist Church and at Spirit Lake in tne 'ublic School Builfling. The happiest miser on earth is ne who saves friends. Birds of a feather who flock together never meet anyone ne'.v. Postmistress At Ringsted Weds Mrs Thelma G rid f red sen of Ringsted and Lli.iycl C. Helgason of Armstrong were united in marriage Friday evening, June 17. nt a o'clock'at the St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Fairmont, Minn.. Rev. Krause officiating. Mr and Mis Gene Helgason and Eddie Helgason and Joyce Place all of Armstrong were the aUend- ants. Gene and Eddie arc the bridegroom's sons. Tin.' couple \vill make their home in Armstrong as »soon a? .Mr:-, Uelgaxnn i.= released from her position as Ringsted postmaster. Waterloo Mayor, Officials Visit Mayor L. A. Touchae of Waterloo headed a delegation of of- ficals from that city, who came to Algona last Friday, to view the new municipal fluorescent lighting system here. In visiting with T. James Palmer, Algona municipal superintendent, they gave high praise to the Algona improvements in street lighting, and were particularly impressed with the excellent way in which the system lighted the streets in both dry and wet weather. Thursday, June 23, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Oe» Moines-5 VACATION WITH US ? We invite you—and Jhe odds are 70 lo 30 you'll be back year after year. Ours is the perfect Ideation lo enjoy complete relaxation in our modern housekeeping collates among huge pine* away from all traffic and huslle. World's greatest variety fishing in 6 beautiful lakes. May we send you our complete story? SUMMERS' PINE POINT f>ark Rapids, Minn. * (21 in U-D-M Classifieds Pay Dividendi IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends P1K-NIK BRAND CJk&kt itleal String Potatoes 4 or Can GLACIER CLUB U. S. GOVT. GRADED CHOICE STEAKS, Round or Sirloin Cut Your Favorite Thickness V2 Gal. Brick CHARM1N BRAND LEAN TENDER PORK CUTLETS Lb. Tissue 2 400 Size Boxes PICKLE & PIMENTO, MACARONI & CHEESE VEAL LOAF....... Lb. SANI-FLUSH Reg. Can 19c REUNION BRAND STRICTLY FRESH-CAUGHT PIKE FILLETS No Waste Lb. 45* GREEN BEANS....1 No. 303 Cans SLICED BACON ENDS Lb FRANCO-AMERICAN SPAGHETTI 2 Lb. Cans FROZEN STRAWBERRIES Reg Pkg. HORMEL BONELESS COTTAGE ROLLS Smoked Boneless Pork Lb. PEANUT BUTTER MILD COLBY LONGHORN CHEESE SKIPPY S- 390 ^ — W. Fareway's \OECIPE OF THE WEEK Royal Icebox Cake <Sl nip Pet Evaporjit^ Milk 1 package lemon gelatin H cup boiliof water 2 e|gi, xparatcd \f\ cup sugar 9 OJ. caa cruthed pineapple (do not drain) 2 Tablespoon* lemon jutce '; teaspoon i*It 12 largo, thin (bocuUte cookie* Chill milk in ice cube tray until ice crystals begin to form arnun.l the eJj;cs. Dissolve geUtin in boiling water. Stir until gelatin is dissolved- Cool thoroughly. Mix in a bowl slightly beaten egg yolks, sugir, pincjpplc. 1 Tablespoon lemon juice and the salt. Stir KcUtin gradually into egs mixrure. Chill until mixture just begins co thicken. Put cold milk into a colJ bowl with the egg whites. Whip with cold rotary beater by hand, or with an electric beater at high speed, until li.qht and Huffy- Add I Tablespoon lemon juice and whip until still. Beat in gcUtin mixture. Put '/i of mixture into an oiled loaf pan holding about 8 cups. Cover with half of cookies. Put half of rest of gelatin mixture on cookies. Put rest of cookies on top. Cover with rest of gelatin mix- due. Chili Make* 1 luge cake. Lb. GOLD MEDAL FLOUR BRACK'S TOFFEES Reg. Pkg. 29c 250 5 Lb. Bag HORMEL'S Reg. Can PLANTERS PEANUTS 802 Cans ADAMS GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS 2 NO. 303 CANS BY POPULAR DEMAND 3 LB. CAN FFO 790 SUNSHINE CLOVER LEAF COOKIES 330 LARGE PKG. WHfATIES LARGE BOX 19c DOLE PIE FILLER PINEAPPL 2 No. 2 Cans 59* REAL GOLD Orange Base 290 6OZ. CANS SUNKIST Lotnons •". 39* GERBERS OPEN FBIPAY AND SATUiDAY EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE BABY FOOD 6 Reg, Cons 49c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES

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