The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 11, 1955 · Page 35
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 35

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 11, 1955
Page 35
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R. A. Davidson recently visited Mr find Mrs Merle W. Butler over the weekend at Des Moines. Mrs Evft Deim and Mary Bie- M?r spent Sunday at Cylinder with Mr and Mrs Martin Waba Mr and Mrs Peie Malsrud were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Louis Block, of Gilmorc City Mr and Mrs C. L. Cavanaugh have as guest this week the lal- tcr's brother, Bernard Steinle, of Minneapolis. Mrs Frank Dooley and son Francis, of Southgale, CH!. visited at the William Duffy home in Algona. Mrs V. M. Parsons and children are spending the week at Vacation Village on West Okoboji. Mrs Lois Caldwell was visited a few days last week by her sister, Mrs Clela Dcnman of Storm Lake. Mf and Mrs William Allen were visited Sunday by the latter's mother, Mrs Richard Cook ol Mason City. Carol Collins has completed her summer school course at Cedar Falls and is home for the re mainder of vacation time. Wallace M0siftf Will begin wotjc Monday at the S & L store. He has been employed at the Isaacson photo studio. Mr and Mrs George Balluff have returned from a two week vacation spent at Eagle Ludge, Fifty Lakes, Minn. Mf and Mrs .James Will were visited last week by Mr and Mrs Wayne Will and daughter Cindy, of Eagle Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs Willard Sanford and children, Larry and Ann, are leaving Friday for a week or ten days visit at Corpus Christie, Tex. with relatives of Mr Sanford. Donna, daughter of Mr and Mrs Don Ramus, left Monday for San Francisco, Calif., following a vacation here. She is in the Waves. Mf and Mrs Ferman Christoffers were visited last week by Mr and Mrs C. C. Butler and onil- dren, Lauris and Bruce of Washington, D. C. Mf and Mrs Allow RochleiU spent Sunday at Sioux City with Mr and Mrs Don Price, brother- in-law and sister of Mrs Roch- leau. Bill and Jan Chism recently visilc-d their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Raymond Loveall a£ Graettinger and their uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Bob Simonsen. Mrs W. H. Brandow returned last Tuesday from Oskaloosa where she had spent ten days with relatives there and in the vicinity. Mr and Mrs Howard Lowman were at Mr and Mrs Harry Schmeling's Saturday evening at Whittemore to celebrate the birthday of Mrs Schmeling. Mrs Nellie. Cook has had as guests her sister, Mrs Jessie Madden, of Humboldt and son ami daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Clifford Loar, of Houston, Tex. ,Mr and Mrs Chet Cook are par ents of their sixth child, a boy bcrn July ,'il at St. Ann hospital This makes them a family of five boys and one girl. Mr and Mrs Harold Brandt spent the weekend at Ihe Oku- liojis in their house trailer. Thev had as visitors, Mr and Mis Pau Parkins and Mr and Mrs Dick Sorensen. Mr and Mrs Shelby Weisbrod and Karon of Phoenix, Ariz, have been visiting the past week at the home of Mr and Mrs Ed Reimers of Fenton , and oihe: relatives of Fenton and Burl. Kathleen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jim Kelly is sick this week having a high temperature ana headache. A complete diagnosis had not been made at this writing. Mr and Mrs Perry Byam spent Sunday at Spencer with Mr and Mrs Carl Brostad. They brought home with them their son, who had visited the Brostads the pas; week. Mr and Mrs E. B. Carlson accompanied Mr and Mrs G. D. Thursday, August 11, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper D« Mdinet-5 Brundage to the Okobojis Sunday and were guests of Mr and Mrs Guy Zellohofer at. their cottage on Manhattan beach. Friends of Mrs Margaret Hofmaster will be delighted to know she is now making her home at Hurt with Mrs Wiima Fairbanks. She will be happy to have her friends call on her. Mr and Mrs Gene Chism were at Leroy and Stewartvilk-, Minn, last week on business. They tonk their son Bill with them and Judy Sorensen stayed with the daughters, Jina and Jan. Mr and Mrs William Dau Jr. are parents of a daughter who i thev have named Jeanne I.vr.v: born Aug. 2 at St. Ann hospital. There are three other children in thp family, two girls dnd a boy. Mrs Eva Deim, Mary Bioscr iind Minnie and Ada Schick spent Saturday at Spencer with Mr and Mr.- L. R. Hornbuckle. brother- in-law and sister of Mrs Deim and Miss Bieser. Phil Diamond returned Monday ni;;ii! by air from a two-day visit !•) UK.- National Fishing Tnckk Show held ;,t the Conrad Hilton hotel in Chicago, Sunday and Monday. While there, he visited displays of fishing tackle exhibited for next year's sale. UDM Want Ads Bring Results MEATS ARMOUR STAR WCAI VCflL C ROASTS Lb. Lb. 43C CROCKER'S FRYING CHICKENS Each 98$ LEAN TENDER MINUTE STEAKS Lb. 69C HORMEL'S CHOPPED HAM Lb. 59C HORMEL'S PORK SAUSAGE 1 Cello Pkg. 33$ SWIFT'S BACON ENDS 2 Lbs. 29$ SCHILLING'S PEPPER 4 oz. Can 25* BUTTERNUT OR FOLGERS COFFEE... 2 Lb. Can 1.69 ORANGEADE -C 1 46oz Can 45c VAN CAMP'S REAL GOLD ORANGE BASE... 2 6 oz. Cans PORK and BEANS 2 :_"•: 25c Cans FASTCO BRAND MARGARINE Lb. PILLSBURY'S ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX Reg. Pkg. CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE 4 Roll Pack FIRESIDE MARSHMALLOWS GAINES 1 14 oz. * Bags DOG FOOD D 1 Lb. J Tone Cans SUNSHINE BANQUETCRACKERS 1 Lb. Box BETTY CROCKER BROWNIE MIX....2 Pkgs. JIFFY PIE CRUST MIX 2 ^^ 25C MOTHER'S BEST FLOUR.. »* 1. MA BROWN'S PEACH PRESERVES 2 IT 45$ BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR GOOCH COUPONS THAT WILL GIVE YOU 1 - 5 LB. BAG GOOCH FLOUR 1 - LB, MACARONI HI-LEX Bleach Gal. Jug SHOTENING Fluffo 79C 3lb. Cqn STALEY WILL PAY YOU 25c IN CASH FOR JUST TRYING. LIQUID STARCH '/2 Gal. Jug 43c GET COMPLETE INFORMATION AT OUR STORE JIFFY BISCUIT MIX large Box ^^ ^^ HUNT'S 39$ PRUNE PLUMS 2 No. 2' 2 Cans VINE RIPENED CANTALOUPES Large Size WE RESERVE THE BIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES 2 Ta " 25c Cans tj *> ^RECIPE Of THE WEEK Way JM Easy Chocolate Ice Cream 1 o:p Pet 6 Tablrtpnoql l--.apor.ircd Milk packaged iajusac 2' 2 Tablespoon* cocoa mix »"*« Ch:!l mi!k ia an ice tray of refrigerator uncil ice crystals be>;in to form around e.iijsi. Then put into a cold 1 Vi-qt. howl. \Vhip with tol-i rotary beater by hand, or with electric beater at high speed, until Huffy. Beat in sujur an i u»oa mix. Put into ice tray. Freeze, wiihum stitri. 1 !.;, in rcfri.ueiaiur at col-leit tein- L.'e, until firm. Makes 1 quail. -O P i N- FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS FOR YOyi CONVENilNCi

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