The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 30, 1955 · Page 27
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 30, 1955
Page 27
Start Free Trial

LOCALS Mr and Mrs Fred Kenl Jr. spent a week recently at Lake Okoboji. Anita Hose Kohlhaas has as guesl a few days this week Bob Tracy, of Sioux City. , Mr and Mrs James Merryman were visited over the weekend by the hitter's parents, Mr and Mrs W. W. Terry of Fosloria. Mr and Mrs Glenn Shore have their son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Clifford Shore of Davenport as guestsv Mr and Mrs Vic Parsons and children, Linda and Jimmy, have returned from a week's vacation at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Malf Kapp were recently visited by the Jailer's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Clarence Sand of Cascade. Mr and Mrs Roy Richardson had the Rev. and Mrs Ray Richardson and family of La Crosse, Wis., as guests last week. Mrs Dick Allen spent a few days last week at Bur! with her parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Gcb- ken. Bill Duffy, Jr. and Mary Kay drove to Des Moines Tuesday to visit. Jerry Duffy who attends Drake College. Sandra Hudson spent from Frida.% till Sunday at Hampton with Joanne Baldwin. At -the conclusion of her visit Joanne came here with her lor a visit. Mr and Mrs Glenn Jones were at Des Moines last week and visited Glenn's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs James Latt. Mrs Lois Caldwell is being visited from Tuesday till Friday by her daughter, Mrs R. N. Brsn- ton and daughter Barbara, of Union Cily, Ind. Mrs Phil Kohlhaas, Phil Jr. and Anita spent a few days at Clarion last week with the Kohlhaas' son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Dale Brand. Mr and Mrs Matt Kapp have had as guests their niece and husband. Mr and Mrs John Froyd of Tucson, Ariz. Tin; also spent some time with Mr and Mrs Russell Pickett. Mr and Mrs Clifford Johnson were visited Sundav by Mrs Johnson's brother and sister-in- law and father, Mr and Mrs Ralph Stoll and son Dennis, o£ Corwitn and Ed Stoll. St. Cecelia's Action Guild luncheon will be Thursday, July 7. at the academy. Serving starts at 11:15 a.m. to J:15 p.m. Chairladies are Mrs Herman Thilges and Mrs Harold Knecht. Mrs Harlan Herbers of Wells, Minn., gave birth to a baby girl Monday morning at St. Ann hospital. The little girl weighed seven pounds 4'i>o-/.. and lias been named Holly Ann. Mr and Mrs M. J. Kern have had a recent letter from their son Delmar. in which he stated he and his wife would be home in July permenantly. They live al San Antonio. Tex., and Delrna. is in service. Mr and Mrs H. M. Knecht will have as guests July 4th Mr and Mrs Henry Jenn of Iowa Cily; Beatrice Knecht of St. Paul: Mr and Mrs Norbert Knecht of West Bend; Em in a Knecht and Roman Knecht df WhiUemore; and Ardis Henry. Mr and Mrs Phil Kohlhaas and Phil Jr. drove to Cresco one day last week arid Mr Kohlhaas attended to soir.r: farm business tlx-io. They rein,lined over night vvi'h Mr.--. Kuhlhai.s 1 brother-in- law and - sister, Mr and Mrs Joe Lickteig. Mr and mr.V'-fl fn fani"; home IW'.' miles Mrs Joe Deines have tilt 1 Jim Holds tenant :n the Good Hope area north and four miles un highwav H39. They have been living in the "Curly" Pratt house on S. Jerome St. Thi-place will now be occupied by Mr and Mrs Bob Stevens. Mr Stevens will teach at Junior high. Mr and Mrs Nat Bangs have rt'lurnf'd from Lncust, N. J. whore they visited Mrs Bangs, parents, Mr'and Mrs William Gridley. The Bangs are moving soon to their new home on south Jones street, formerly owned by the. Richard McAlpines. The McAlpimis are moving into a new home built lust south of .St. Ann luispilal. Dr. and Mrs N. J. Kelley recently took their son Jim, to Omaha, Neb., to entrain for the Union Pacific Lodge at West Yellowstone park. This is his third year of work at the place during his vacation. He is a stu- dent at the SUile University of Iowa, Iowa City. The daughter Susan, is counselor at the Flying G. Girl Scout camp near Denver. She, too, is a student but at Iowa State College, Amos. Enron Ic- home Dr. and Mrs Kelley stopped at Harlan to visit. Mrs Kelley's brother-in-law and sistei, Mr and Mrs R. G. Finn. Patient At Ft. Dodge E. II. Pittman. well-known, Algona man, has been in Mercy Hospital at Fort Dodge for the past week recuperating from a nervous disorder. It is not known how long he will be a patient there. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends CLOSING OUT SALE Corner Store at LuVerne Hundreds of Items in Dry Goods 50% OFF FOURTH 'Wrf''/',, f ""<"'..., MEATS VAN CAMP ARMOUR'S STAR SMOKED HAMS Whole or Half 490 2 1 Lb. Cans 100°o PURE GROUND BEEF Freshly Ground Ib. I GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM HI-C ORANGE-DRINK \z GAL. Vanilla 46 oz. Can 230 H1LAND PORK STEAKS Lean Tender Ib. 490 POTATO CHIPS 1 Lb. Bag ONE PIE BLUEBERRIES 303 Size Can 250 LIBBY SWIFT'S SLICED BACON Cello Pkg. Ib ARMOUR'S SKINLESS FRANKS TASTGOOD CHEESEFOOD 2 Lb. Box HORMEL'S PURE PORK LUNCHEON LOAF All Pure Pork Ib ALL BRANDS PURE LARD Lbs. FRUIT COCKTAIL 303 Size Can 230 ASSORTED FLAVORS JELLO 3 Reg. 230 MA BROWN - STRAWBERRY Preserves 12oz. Jar FLAVOR - KIST Choc. Chip Sandwich Cookies 1 Lb. Bag GEDNEY SWEET 16oz. Jar 290 BUTTER KERNEL CREAM STYLE CORN No. 303 Cans LIBBYS FROZEN LEMON ADE 2-6 oz. Cans NABISCO SHREDDED WHEAT 350 TIDE LIQUID JOY C SCO Giant Pkg, NO. 1 GEORGIA 690 2 490 * Lb. Can ASSORTED FLAVORS •Cool-Aid 3 Reg. Pkg. 100 WATERMELONS Half or Whole Ib. LEMONS Doz. 390 WE RESEBVf THE BIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES OPEN FRIDAY & SATURDAY EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free