The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1955
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Of fosen Folks Now Settled In Newlocaffon Qti<5S<m — Mr and Mrs irl Bell and family, fornjer residents here are now settled {n their new home a| Pierson, I6wa, where Mr Bell has taken; over management of the Pierson Farmers Co-operative Elevator in Plersbfl effective July 1st. Mr Bell managed the local elevator for seven years. The Bell's daughter Lois vOTio was graduated from: the Ottoseh High school this spring is employed at the Meissiner Insurance Agency as a secretary. , • : ' ' . 'j Lulheran Aid Meets / The Lutheran Ladies Aid' met Wednesday , aftcMooh in the church parlors with ' Mrs Rena Enockson: and Mrs Harold Mountain hostesses. Mrs Sylvan Jacobson, reported that Jiee fecoup'made around $89 ,at ihti Stipp'er and food sale they had recently. Mrs Merle Holt gave. : the lesson; The n'efct meeting will be Aug. 17 .'with Mrs Clara Solber£ and Mrs Ralph Richards. Following the meeting, Group 1 held a bake sale and took in $20.70. John Nielsen celebrated his birthday Thursday and dinner guests at-the Nielsen home that evening in his honor were Mr and Mrs Garland ,Westerman and family of Plover; Mr and Mrs Kcr- mit Shomon, and family, and Mr and Mrs Orv'ille Heathman and family of Rolfe and Mr and Mrs Mike Heidershied of West Bend. Mr andiMrs Alfred Schult? and family attended the wedding of Mr Schultz's niece Kay Hamlin to William Faulstich at the Luth* eran church in Fairmont, Sunday cvening.-Debra Schultz was flower girl and Timmy Schultz served as ring ftearer. Mr Schultz was soloist. There will be no church services or Sunday school at the Presbyterian church this Sunday, Aug. 7. The following Sunday, Aug. 14, Sunday school will be at 10 a.m. and church'services will be at 11 a.m. ,- • Mrs Melvin Ellingson entered Lutheran hospital' at Fort Dodge Friday where she is a medical patient. Mrs Donald Usher is confined to bed with hepatitis. Monday visitors at the Alfred Schultz home were Mrs R. M. Brandt and Sharon Schultz of De-Smet, S. D., and Mrs Hulda Schultz of Lone Rock. Jimmy Brandt of DeSmet,- S. D., spent overnight Sunday at the Schultz home. Mrs Arlene Kerr of Wilmington, Calif., and Mrs Jess Ramert and grnndaiightpr.. Cnnnip Hutchinson of Fort Dodge visited .Monday afternoon at the Ted Underberg home. Mrs Kerr remained for a visit till Wednesday. Mrs Roger Opheim and Lynn of Wichita, Kansas, arrived Saturday afternoon at the parental Ted Underberg home. They were met at Iowa Falls by Mr and Mrs Wallace Underberg of Fort Dodge who brought them to the Underberg home. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme and daughter Shirley and Roger Madsen were visitors Sunday evening at the J. M. Blanchard, Jr., home in Lone Rock to celebrate the birthday of Mrs Alme's mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mr and Mrs Earl En'gebritsen of Omaha called at the Melvin Ellingson home Sunday, Recent visitors at the Ralph Richards home were Mr and Mrs Eugene Bunde and family of Fort Dodge, Mrs Joe Longscth arid family of Neveda and Mr and Mrs Will Sittler of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Olaf Bruvik and son Curtis visited Thursday evening at the John Hauck home ut Livermore. Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and family and Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper and family were Sunday evening supper guests ut the Holland Fevold home at Humboldt. Mrs Essie Cooper returned homo Friday after spending two weeks fit the home of a son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ralph Cooper at Sutherland. Mr and Mrs Olvin Hang and family, Mr and Mrs Oliver Kin- scth and Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth 'and family were visitors at the Robert Naeve home in Dakota City Saturday evening. Thursday Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and fami|y and Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth were at the James Barber home at West Bend for dinner. Mr and Mrs Allan Wehrspann and family and Mr and Mrs Sylvan Jacobson and family spent from Thursday until Sunday at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Ralph Jocobson and Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson were at Spirit Lake- Saturday and Sunday. Sunday evening visitors at the Magnus Bratland homu were Mr and Mrs Olaf Halsrud of Bode and Mr and Mrs Maurice Halsrud and Pennie of Bradgate. Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and daughter Susan of Algona were Saturday visitors at the Oliver Kinseth home. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson were Sunday dinner guests at the Carl Hanselman home at LuVernu. Mr and Mrs Ed Thompson of Storm Lake were weekend visitors at the K. R. McLuen home. Mr and Mrs DeVere Newton and family visited Sunday evening at the Lester Newton home in Ifumbuldt. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and UT- ry and Mrs Willis King and Vickie were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Harry Dasen home near Bode. Wednesday afternoon Mrs Oliver Lee and Mrs Willis King and Vitkiu visited at the Brick Dale home in Budu. Mr and Mis Jesse Van Buskirk spent the wtekcnd at the Lev Holt home ut Spencer. Thursday afternoon Mr and Mrs Antone Speich took Mrs Speich's sister Mrs Alma Knutson who has Bfcen • visiting here, to Hetiwick where-she* will visit Mrs Bertha Krause. Monday visitors at the Speich home were Patricia Stevens arid Rttth Speich of Ames. . Mr dnd Mrs Vincent Salz and family .Visited Sunday evening' at the Reinald Salz hofne aVfiode. ' Bruce Wathem sp>nt the.week- end visiting friends at Belmond. Mary Nessen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Nessen of West Bend is spending a few days at the Percy Watnem home while her 1 parents are oh a vacation-. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson and , Carol took their daughter Nancy and her'-roomate Mary Ann Quade of Claire to Marshalltown. The girls spent their ten day vacation at the parental homes. Friday evening Gail Banwart was an overnight guest of Carol Hellickson. Sunday afternoon Mr and iwrs noward Hellickson took their daughter Carol to Clear Lake where she Will spend the week with the Harold Bayse family. Motorcycle Trip Titonka—-Robert Reynolds left this week by motorcycle on a trip to Montana, California ana Oregon, and points of interest in the west. Napoleon said an army travels on its stomach. *BURT By Mrs Jessie Rash Sandra, the small daughter of Mr and Mrs Ronald Ortman, 'was five years, old July 21 and in honor of the event the following friends speni the afternoon pt the Orlman home: Mrs George V61- ehline and daughters, Mrs Helen Johnson and Joan, Mrs Wrm Lar* son and children of Burt and Sandra's grandmother, Mrs. Lqulse Eden of Titonka.' ; •<' Mrs Orville White Jr., and son Qdelle and Thommy of Nashville, Tenri., who are visiting here were guests Thursday at the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan in Al- gdna, Mrs Jim Kelley and daughter were dinner guests there also. Word has been received by friends here that Mr and Mrs Calvin Stone will not return to Burt this fall. Mr Stone was on the Burt faculty the past two ye'ars. Mr and Mrs Earl Zwicfel and family of Titonka spent Sunday afternoon with the Ronald Qrtmans. Mrs Ed. Smith Jr., and Jill spent Monday with Mrs Martin ih Corwith. Bertha Mansmith ac- companied her and spent the day \Vith the Phil Puffers. The Birthday Circle wilj meet with Bertha Wallace Thursday afternoon. Stella Gecsman will have devotions. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Miller 'and daughters of Runncmcdc, New Jersey are visiting their parents, Mr and Mrs J. L. Miller nnd Mr and Mrs E. P. Frederickson. Darrel and Joyce Miller of Titonka spent a few days with the grandparents, the Walter Stewards while their parents Mr and Mrs Kay Miller visited the Cecil Stewards in Hazelcrest, 111. Mrs Paul Moore returned home after a three weeks visit Thursday, August 4, 1955 Alaona (la.) Upper D0t with relatives in Denver, Colo., Iowa City and Cedar Rapids. V~ Buys Farm At Granada, Minn. Swea & Eagle—Verne Johnson has purchased an 00 acre farm near Granada, Minn. The Johnsons will continue to live on their place located in northern Swea twp. Maurice Carlson has rented the John Johanson farm, will move there in the spring. Mi- Johanson has moved a house there anci has made it modert KILL WEEDS The ea*y way SPHAY WEE DONE the modern miracle weed killer ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. JAR LIDS MASON SWIFT'S PREMIUM SMOKED PICNICS Cooked Ib. JAR RUBBERS Reg. Pkg. LEAN, MEATY PORK CUTLETS Lb. 45? NORTHERN LUNCH NAPKINS r Reg. Boxes RATH'S BLACK HAWK SLICED BACON ub. Pkg. ICECREAM Glacier !/2 Gal YEARLING BEEF LIVER Very Tender Ib. ALL FLAVORS JELLO 3 REG. 3 PKGS. 230 RATH'S BLACK HAWK SALAD DRESSING SALAD BOWL 350 SLICED THURINGER QUART JAR Register at the Fareway Market for the Free Indian ; Tepee to be given away Sat. nite. Drawing at 9 p.m. < SHORTENING Spry 790 3 LB. CAN LIQUID DETERGENT Lux LARGE CAN ^^^^^M*<-? ^^m ^^Rr ^^^^& ^^^^^ ^^^F Pkgs. 630 LIBBY'S Fruit Cockf d KELLOG'S Rice Krispies KRAFT'S NEW ITALIAN DRESSING 8 oz. Btls. ASSORTED VARIETIES SUNSHINE COOKIES BRACK'S CANPY iig Ben Jellies 2B ;: FINE GRANULATED SUGAR 10 Lb. Bag NEW FRUIT FLAVOR SUGAR COATEQ CEREAL . TRIX REG. PKG. 230 VAN CAMP'S TUNA 9SO Reg. Cans PLASTIC STARCH GLOSS TEX QT. BOTTLE CALIFORNIA LATI ELBJRTAS W~ ^pjF^pPiBiB 9^pF49P We rgserve the right to limit quantities 17 IB. CRATE OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

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