The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1955 · Page 32
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2-Algdna (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, August 11, 1955 Mr and Mrs Hugh Carroll will have as guests a week their son- in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Carl Lowery and children o: Stanford. 111., who will arrive Thursday (today) and remain ti week. Mrs L. H. Loesch. and Mrs Howard Lowman attendee! a shower Friday evening at the Lutheran church for Caroline Friedrich whose engagement ana approaching marriage to Orvai Krcssin has been announced. Mr and Mrs John Buscher and the former's parents, Mr nnd Mrs Joe Buscher were recently visited by the senior Buschers' son- in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Edmund Reeve of Manhattan. Kan. Mr and Mrs Robert J. Fowler and daughters Susan and Sandra returned to their home in Glenellyn. 111.. Sunday after ;i week's vacation visit here with Mr and Mrs C. V. Fowler. The trip \v;is made by auto. Mr and Mrs Carl Henning of Canistota. South Dakota were visitors from hist Friday till Monday at the C. L. Pugsley home and with oilier friends in Algona. On Sunday they visited the Grotto at West Bend and also Mrs Harry Culler and Jody spent Tuesday at Storm Lake with the former's parents. Mr and Mrs C. T. Wilson. They also Mopped at Sioux Rapids to visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Walter Connors. , Mr and Mrs Louis McEnroe have had as guests the past two weekends Mr and Mrs Jerry Zcibcl of Tomahawk, Wis.. and the following weekend Mr and Mrs Jack Diesterman and Florence Ruhland of St. Paul, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ted Chrischilles are being visited by the hitler's mother, Mrs Sadie Knutson ol Eagle Grove who came to assist in the care of the household after the birth of the son, Theodore Gene, a few weeks ago. Mrs Eva Deim and her sister, Mary Bieser were visited Tuesday by their nephew and his wife. Mr and Mrs Harold Hornbuckle and family of Waterloo who were enroutc to Yellowstone National Park on a vacation. Vickie Ann, Ihree and a half months old daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Stalzor was brought home Sunday from Blank Memorial hospital. Des Moines where she had been taken for treatment of a light, ease :>{ polio. Mr and Mrs D. H. Carver have as guests this week the former's- parents, Mr and Mrs D. E. Carver, of Clarinda. They came Wednesday and their son came Thursday from Fort Ripley, Minn., where he had been at camp with the national reserves. Mr and Mrs Max Mesing and son Wallace, and Mrs May Hart drove to Charles City Sunday and visited Mrs Hart's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Sam Buyer. Max was home for the weekend. He is on a job at New Ulm, Minn. Mrs Martha Rammer, who had been housekeeper-companion for the late Mrs Vallie Tribon Tor some time,, plans to accept a similar position with-Mrs C. B. Murtagh when Mrs Murtagh is dismissed from St. Ann hospital. Mr and Mrs Leroy Crapser were recently visited by tliei.' son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Richard Walker of Kannapolis. N. C. While here they were accompanied by the parents to Estherville to visit Mr and Mrs Russell Crapser. the Perry DeWitte family and Monday evening were supper guests of the DeWittes. Tuesday they were guests of Mrs Wilbur Orion of Emmetsburg and Nealy Olson of Cylinder. They also visited the Roy Steinmans of Algona. Mary, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Bradley left Sunday with her grandmother and uncle and aunt, Mrs William Vonderhaar and Mr and Mrs Jean Vonderhaar of Humboldt for a vacation of twfc weeks near Winnepeg, Canada. Mr ind Mrs Mo^ata Lowman spent Sunday afternoon at Fenton with Mrs Lowman's mother, Mrs Katie Schrader. Others there wore Mr and Mrs Gus HibbPlor and son Henry ol Omaha and Henry Schrader of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Otto Westling were visited last Tuesday by Mr and Mrs Harold Tohlen and son of Tulsa, Okla. Mr Tohlen was employed by the Westlings some twenty or more years ago. Monday they had John Westling, brother of'" Otto of Fort Dodge as guest. Mr and Mrs Charles Woodland and son are expected soon from Newport, N. J., and will make an extended vacation visit at Spencer with Mrs Woodland's parents. Mr and Mrs L. R. Hornbuckle and here with Mrs Woodland's aunts, Mrs Eva Deim and Mary Biescr. Mr and Mrs Glen Culberison and the hitter's mother, Mr<Grace Thompson were recently visited by Mrs Thompson's daughter, Mrs Glen Bales of St. Pauu Minn. They also had as guest a short time later Laverna Plait of Dubuque, cousin of Mrs Culbertson. Mrs Eva Millag is being visiled by her son-in-law and daughter. Mr nnd Mrs Frank Baldwin, fcl Joplin, Mo. They were accorn- panitd by Dick ,Mittat, ntjihevl of the Baldwins who Will visit his mother, Mrs Wayne Haftseh. Dick has been attending SCho61 at Joplin. Mr and Mrs X. D. Crawfotd were visited last week Sunday by Mrs Crawford's father and sis- tt-r, Jacob Anderson and Mrs Richard Green and Sherrie Ann of Exira. Sherrie remained till Wednesday when she was taken home by Mr and Mrs Crawford and Cleone. Mr and Mrs William Lalliei had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs Oswald Lallicr, Mr and Mrs Arnold Lallicr and Mrs Mary Lallicr and the respective families. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs William LaDier and Mr and Mrs Howard Sewick spent the evening together. Mr and Mrs Richard BusCher have been here from Tacoma, Wash., and have visited at the parental Joe Buschers and with Mr and Mrs John Buscher. They also spent some time with Mi and Mrs Rahe at Bancroft, parents of the visiting Mrs Buschci'. Richard has re-enlisted in the service. Mrs D. H. Carver drove to Fori Ripley, Minn., to join her husband for the weekend. Others who joined their husbands were Mrs Warren Nelson, Mrs James Kelley, Mrs Charles Simmons, Mrs Kay Holding, Mrs Howard , Mrs Bernard Miller, Mrs Charles Elbert and Mrs Garman. Mr Imelda EtafteMfer has befeh Visited by h6r sister-in-law, Mfs William Do'oley and family, of West Bend, Wis. The son Bill was here a few weeks prior to the arrival of Mrs Dooley, Pat. and Mary. The visitors and Mrs Engessrr and son Dan, spent a few days at Milford with Mr and Mrs Harlan Miller, brother- in-law and sister of Mrs Engesser. Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson and Mr and Mrs Franz Peter of Burt have returned from a vacation trip to Angus, Minn., former homo of Mr Johnson. From there they went into Canada, thence to the Dakotas, the Black Hills and Bad Lands and to Colone. S. D. where they visited Mr and Mrs Chris Breckner, relatives of the Johnsons. Mrs Allen Buchanan and daughter Lynn have returned from Atlantic having concluded a three week sojourn there with her parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Wiuff. Mrs Wiuff had cataracts removed and Mrs Buchanan remained with her after she came from Omaha, Neb., where the surgery was done. She is making good recovery. During her absence, the sons "Bucky" ana Greg stayed with the paternal grandmother, Mrs Edith Buchanan. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT Mrs Werdel, County Pioneer, Buried Tuesday Bancroft—Funeral services fov Mrs Marie Werdel, 91, were held in St. John's Catholic church, Tuesday Morning, at 9:30. Burial was in St. John's Cemetery with Garry Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Mrs Werdel, a pioneer resident of Kqssuth County, spent most of her life here. She was the wife of Matt Werdel, who passed away in 1940. Survivors include a daughter. Mrs Albert Elsbecker, Lone Rock, and son, George Werdel of Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs Werdel passed away Friday morning in Roberts Nursing Home, Algona, where she had been a patient for the past four years. Mr and Mrs James Coady are the parents of a daughter born recentlv in St. Ann hospital. Barbara Menke was honored at a birthday party Friday afternoon on her 12th birthday. Her mother, Mrs Ralph Menke, served a loveiy lunch and Barbara re- ceived many lovely gifts. Mrs Francis Cavmean and Mrs Ralph Wetoef entertained the Baptist Guild Thursday in the church basement. Mrs Carmean. who is te&Ving soon for her new home at Wheaton, 111., entertained the Guild in which she has been a member for several years. Mr and Mrs F. X. Wilhelmi received word of a daughter born Saturday to Mr and Mrs Elmer Menke of Fonda. Mr and Mrs Henry Menke and Mr and Mrs F. X. Wilhelmi arc the grandparents. Merridith Bergman and Kay Manke accompanied Jean Ellen Lcnsing and Opal Kern of Algona to Ames Sunday where they spent the day. Merridith and Kay stayed for a visit. Betty Lensing, who spent the past week there, returned home with Jean Ellen Lensing. A reception honoring Mr and Mrs Jack Doyle, recently married in Chicago, was held Sunday afternoon at the R. J. Doyle residence. Mr and Mrs Doyle received many lovely gifts. Mr and Mrs Doyle have rented the Ben Hellman home across from the Lutheran church. Mr Doyle is employed at Thompson Yards. Mrs Clarence Vaske entertained several little girls at a parly Sunday afternoon in honor of her daughter, Diane's, 8th birthday. Lunch was served and Diane received many lovely gifts. UDM CtiMhMi f *r BUS it €AN*r DOLLAR DAY Friday & Saturday In Algona ! FRIDAY & SATURDAY U.S.P. 5-GRAIN ASPIRIN Bottle of 100 LUCIEN LELONG Soz.btl. COLOGNE 1.95 Indiscreet—Reg. 4.50 Vol. DOROTHY PERKINS SHAMPOO l.OO Liquid Creme Reg. $2 btl. PEPSODENT 2 for Tooth Powder 2-47c Tubes COLGATE Tooth Paste Save 25c 2 for 69C REG. 1.59 EA. Contains No DDT Insect Bomb Safe Around Children 2 for and Food 1.89 PLACE YOUR TRUST IN OUR PHARMACY DEPT. Honsbruch Drug Your Algona Rexall Store I-LB. CAN, PRtceS FOR AU&. 12th and 13th • • U/f RESERVE THE RI&HT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ! TENDER BEEF Cube STEAKS Ib. BIG BOLOGNA PIECE or SLICED. PORK CHOP SALE END'CUTS 1C LB. 29 CENTER CUTS 1C 49 • CANNING SUPPLIES' A complete line at COUNCIL OAK FRESH,* 100%" PURE GROUND BEEF 3 $100 IBS. I U. S. GOOD RIB STEAK Lb. 49c MULBERRY Genuine Hickory-Smoked SLICED BACON ONE-LB. 29 JUICY, LUSCIOUS, CALIFORNIA LATE ELBERT A PEACHES "CAN 'EM NOW!" Crate ... Mir.. . t FLAYRPAC rimiTtoi LEMONADE OONCINTftAlV ^B CANS ^B %r DAVEY CROCKETT Tumbler of Superb Pure CRAPE JAM 12 oz. DAVEY «A- CROCKETT 4KPG TUMBLER SUNKIST EXTRA-JUICY LEMONS GENUINE MENDOTA PINK'MEAT CANTALOUPE 2 *» 29* U. S. NO. 1 FANCY RED POTATOES 105*29 CHEK ICi CR1AM Neapolitan or Vanilla !/ 2 Gal 69c Morning Light Green Cut BEANS 5 No. 303 Cans SUPERS BQYSEN&EHRIES in £1 AA hvy. syrup 3 No. 303 cans$l*VU Hartex Sliced PINEAPPLE 4 No. 2 c ans

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