The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1955 · Page 3
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Algeria (la.) Upper Des Moines-3 August 18, 1955 Joyce Ann Wilhelmi of Bancroft will be |ho wofkonc! nin-st of Elizabeth Stnil. The Rebecca lodge will meet Tuesday, AUK. 23, at 8 o'clock in the Moose Hail. Mr and Mrs John GroHe had Mr ;UK] Mrs G. O. Ukrrs of Wcb- stfr Cily ;is weekend quests. Mrs Esther Helberg and Mrs I/ylc Rmiey huve been drawn for I'Ydprtil jury duty at Fort Dodge Mr and Mrs Eugene Faulstick drove to Dc-s Moines on business hist week Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Dean Bilyeu and Mr and Mrs Eugene • Faulstick ."pent Saturday at Fort Dodge Mr and Mrs Charles Fox drove to Bancroft Thursday and visited Mrs Fox' mother. Mrs L. A. Bars- lon and old fnen.is. Mr and Mrs Leo Friders and family visited the hitter's sister. Mrs Adeline Wagner at St. Joe, Friday. Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert and family went to Iowa Falls. Sunday, to attend a Ciine family reunion. Dick Millag is visiting in Al- S"n,-i with his parents. Mr nna M/s Wayne Hansen. He has been attending school at Joplin, Mo. Mr and Mrs Russ Waller and f;i::i!!y returned last week from a vacation spent at a lake near Park Rapids. Minn. Neva Albright and Irene Drae- ficr ,-,pent last week at Clear Lake vacationing and visiting friends. Mr and Mrs E. J. Evers and Mr anM Mrs Hairy Barton attended a Legion of the Moose picnic Sunday, at Fort Dodyr. Mr and Mrs Ed Goecke and family drnve to Emmetsburj} Sunday and visited Mr and Mrs Quentm Jamison and family. Mr and Mrs Glen Graham were visile 1 Saturday by tiie former'.- 0"iisms. Mr und Mrs K. E. May of Estherville. Mr and Mrs John Grotle have a.- quests Mr and Mrs IVter Grut- te. of Fipcslnne. Minn. The men ari brothers. Mr and Mrs Howard Forsberg liavv .•(•turned from a two week's visit at Pi-nsai-ol;-.. Fla.. with the former's brother and sister-m- ).i •,'.•. Mr and Mrs Virgil Forsbeig. Mr and Mrs Norman Henevik spent Sunday and Monday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Mile Kent,-. The Henevik- live in L!- iiv>v>.-, Minn. Mr and Mrs Leonard Goecke. Bernard and Vincent went to U'.i- buque Sunday and attend'".! ;<v.- f.rst maii of Uie Rev. John Fne : J deli, cousin c>f Mrs G<ieci;e. 1 Mrs Ed Cullen is at Beaver Darn. Wis . with her parents. Mr and Mrs George Hickey M/s Hiekey liii.-. been in pooj h,-aith lor .-.•;!!( time and recently was taken to Kochesti r Mr and Mrs Glen Raney have reUnned from I''.w.i Fall- v.i.eie tlu-y .pent se\'era! i.iay.- with the;i ,-itn-ii. hi'.v and daughter, the Kev. ant! .Vir, David H-M/Ji^minc.-; ami .- >n n.,vid. Mrs Robert Aspleaf and son Robnie, of NasbviU' 1 . Trim, aie •pri;a;ng a m JiV.h with tier p.ii- i-nt.-, Mr and Mi- Milton Suten- fori. Mrs S<>ri-ii.M>n :s tne manager of tin- Algona Country cluD. Mr and Mrs L. R. Wildin were l-'ui'M.-' last week at the home o! i!ie:r daughter and family, Mr ..nd Mrs Kenneth Lnvintn .-•: They une present for the tir.-t birthday of Jolein Rae Lmdhoist. Mrs Esther Helberg entertained the members of the "Eight Specs" card club last week \Sed- ne.-day evening. Guests were Mrs .!<.•>:• Hill, Mis Lester Johnson and Mrs Me:vm Olson. Mr and Mrs Don French and daughter Deborah are quests o! Mi and Mr.-. Wendell Fiench ti.l mid-St-ptemt)ei when they will return t" Iowa City where Don is enrolKd .«'. the university. Mr and Mrs Yount have been heii' Iroir. DeKalb, 111. visiting Mi and Mr.- C.ul Ihitchm.-. and other iclatives and ti lends. Mrs Viuint i> tni- former Grace Aslielfoid, sislei tit Mr.-. Hutchms. Mr and Mrs Wendell Feaster are moving September 1 to the P. A. McArthur house at 11H south Heckait street. They have been living in the Fraser apartment on East McGregor street. Dick Post look his son Bob, to Manila via plane last week whore ne will visit his grandmother, Mrs Lillian White. Upon conclusion of his visit, Dick will take tiie daughter Juan, there also via plane and bring Bob home. Mr and Mrs r red Hagen were visited from last week Wednesday till Tuesday by their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Raymond Nelson and children Cynthia, Susan and Mark of Genoa, Neb. Mr and Mrs Glen Raney entertained at a family dinner Tuesday evening. Guests were M. and Mrs Ralph Raney of Chicago Mr and Mrs Hugh Raney. Mr and Mrs Newton Hitter spent tilt- evening with them. Mr and Mrs Ralph Raney re turned to their home at Chicago. Wednesday morning. They l|id been house guests of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie, spending the time at Spirit Lake where they had taken a cottage. Rev. Everett Black came Tuesday from Clearwater, Kan., am: joined his wife and daughters at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs William Geering. The children have been here severa. \\vcks and Mrs Black has been here several days. The pasto. and his wife are going to Medicine Lake, Minn., this week and the following week will attend a Bible school at Winona Lake. Mrs Ann Fechner, her niece, Mrs Robert Carr and daughters, Cheryl and Darla and Mrs Dorothy Arend, were recently at Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs Fechner was on a buying trip for her Elite Hat Shop. Mr and Mrs Arthur Glasef, Don, Dan, Peggy and Mrs Howard Stephenson were at Mitchell, S. D. last week visiting Mrs Glaser's brother-in-law und sister, who are moving to Marvville, Calif. Mrs Arthur Glaser is al Huron, S. D. with her uncle and aunt. Mr and Mrs Ralph Schaler. Mrs Schaler is to have surgery soon and Mrs Glaser will remain there with her during her hospitalization and her convalescence. Mr and Mrs W. W. Gillespie hve as guests the latler's niece and husband. Mr and Mrs Petei Danowski and the nephew, Stephen Danowski, of Linden, N. J. They came August 8 and will remain for a couple of weeks more Lois, daughter of Mr and Mrs R, Funk is returning August 23 from St. Louis, Mo., to the Iowa Methodist school of nursing. She had been sent to St. Louis for some special training. She will be graduated in another year. Mrs George Stewart St. had oral surgery at Mason City one- day last week. She has beer, convalescing at the home of hei son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Charles Rekers at Buffak, Center. Mr and Mrs Herman Funk and their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Louis Hanson of Burl; Mr and Mrs Clair Thomas and Ha/el Mills of Shakopee, Minn, spent Sunday at the Okoboji lakes. Miss Mills was a house guest of Mr and Mrs Hanson. Mr and Mrs Morris Givens were recently visited by Mr and Mrs John Naylink of Rock Valley. Other guests have been Mrs Given's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Richard Martin anc? daughters. Bonnie and Susan, of Sacrament.). Calif. Mrs John McEnroe and Mrs Andrew Hansen visited Mrs Margaret Hofmastf r at Burl. Tuesday afternoon. Others who called on her last week were Evleyn Cady who was accompanied by Mrs C. L. Livingston and Mrs Esther Benson. The Rev. and Mrs Boyd Granzow and the hitter's sister, Betty Fell are guests of the Rev. Granzow's parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Granxtiw. They have been on vacation at Elyria, Ohio. The Rev. Granznw and his wife live at Robindale, Minn. Kaiherine and RicWfcrd, children of Mr and Mrs Wendell Feasler spent last week al Bradgate with their grandparents. Mr ana Mrs Ole Knutspn. Mr and Mr-, Feaster and children spent from Friday till Monday at Minnea polis, with Mrs Feusler's brother in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Keith Campbell of Des Moines recently visited the latler's parents, Mr and Mrs Charles Fox, and took home with them Mrs Campbell's brothers and sister, Tom, Greg and Nancy. Mr and Mrs Fox drove there Sunday to spend the day and brought the children home. Mr and Mrs Marlin Schiliz and family of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Thomas Molamphy went to Grove City, Minn, to visit daughter, Mr and Mrs Vern Strutheis and family. Another daughter, Mr and Mrs Jay Carlson and family of Wesley also visited the Minnesota folks. Mrs R. F. Chambers spent the weekend in Des Moines visiting her husband, who is a patient at the Veterans' hospital. Mr Chambers, manager of the J. & L. Motors here is being treated fo: stomach ulcers. He is expecteo. to be in the hospital about i. month. Mrs Kenneth Geilenfeld gave a picnic supper Tuesday in ho of the eighth birthday of her daughter Jane. Guests were Sue Gregory. Patricia Gurwell, Pamela Johnson, Vicki Krug, Loi. Jean Hunt. Jaunita Meyer, Rosemary Reinders, Dianna Rent/. Hoseanne Wiener, David Lugut and Tom Sain p. Mr and Mrs Wilson Legler of LuVerne spent Monday visiting in the home of their son, Mr and Mrs Earl Legler in Algona. Ear Legler, principal of Algona high school, has just returned from spending the past two week- al Fort Riley, Kan. Earl was .Captain of the Army of Worki War II and served in England. Mr and Mrs Albert Hagg ana sons Alvin and Franklin and thei: son-in-law and daughter, Mr anc: Mrs Vincent Matz and son, Ronnie spent Sunday at Rici.-viik- with Mrs Hagg's brother ano sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Franklin Ernst. They called on form er Algonans Mr and Mis George SteinmeU. Mr and Mrs Mat;; have been living at Dehnart but are moving soon to Lake City The son Ronnie. 3, has been visiting his grandparents here. Step Right Up Folks —While I tell you about the goings-on at East End Grocery. Man, did we have a "little riot" out here lasi weekend . . . gave away upwards of 1,000 servings of Ice Cream and Cake, and we plumb sold out of a lot 1 i( \\ of our advertised specials. \ \ \ Wuz we busy! Ted and }j Elaine and Bert and Sally pretty near wore theirselves out. Now — we got some more red-hot deals for you this week. Some are "repeats" of sell-outs. Come & qet 'em, folks,' at little ol' East End Grocery! Friday and Saturday Only! A "Repeat" of Last Week Red-Hot! No. 303 Tall PEAS 3Cons$1.00 Another "Repeat" That Was Sell-Out! No. 303 Tall CORN 3 Cans $1.00 Whole Unpeeled in Syrup No. 2'2 Can APRICOTS 4Cons$1.00 FAISTAFF BEER 6 Pack79 HI-C 46-Oz. Can Medium Size Juice 2 Dot. Or'ge Juice 25c Oranges . . . 59c Fink 1 Lb. Can Sunkist Dozen Salmon ... 39c Lemons .... 39c Home Grown 10 Lbs. Armours Skinless 3 Lbs. New Spuds . 19c Franks .... 100 Home Pressed Lb. FRY CHICKENS ....... 49c End Grocery but first to- Yep! We're AIR-CONDITIONED! CHILDREN'S S The Famous Brands In Children's Wear Are At Fowlers CHILDREN'S STORE - SECOND FLOOR • Limans Jenax Coats • Cinderella Dresses • Deauville Tee Shirts • Trimfoot Hosiery • • Class-N-Play Coats • Curtsy Coats • Kate Greenaway Dresses « Tiny Town Dresses • Youngwear Boys Shirts • Tam O'Shanter Sweaters • Excel Outerwear • Carters Underwear And Many, Many — oh, so many! — Others Come In And Register YOUR NAME FOR A FREE PRIZE Choice of any girls dress in our stock — at any price! 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