The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1955 · Page 4
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 18, 1955
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4-Algeria (la.) Upptf DM Moln«j Thursday, Augutt 18, Around Algona Mr and Mrs Willam Finn had as their guests or. Thursday. Mrs Finn's sister, Mrs Annabelle Elbert and children of Lakr View. — o — David and John, sons of Mr and Mrs R. M. Phillips left Monday morning on a two week's western trip. They accompanied their aunt. Almira Turner ot Corning, Iowa and will tour the Black Hills and YeHov.-stone Park and thence to San Bernad- inn, Calif, where they will visit relatives. They plannod in do some camping enroute. — o — Mr and Mrs Tony Guzowski and family moved Tuesday morning to their new home in Waterloo. Jim Finn, son of Mr and Mrs William Finn, spent a couple of days last week at Fort Dodge wiierc he visited Arden Thompson, son of the Al Thompsons who formerly lived here. —o— Troop 71 of the Boy Scouts had a camp out Monday evening at the site of the former'P. W. Camp. A bonfire at which the parents were guests was held with the Flying Eagle Patrol presenting a short program. Adult leaders remaining overnight were Dr. L. L. Snyder and Everett Barr. Mr and Mrs Glenn Ludlow and Christine and Brandt of Ann Arbor, Mich, spent several days this week with Mrs Ludlow's parents, Mr and Mrs G. F. Townc. On Wednesday, the Townes and their guests went to Cans Lake. Minn, for a vacation in the Algona Outing Club cottage. Mr Ludlow, a professor at the University of Michigan, will go from there to conduct a workshop on the Upper Pcnnisula and the family will accompany him. The Townes plan to remain at Cass Lake for several weeks longer. Mrs Ludlow is the former Burdene Towne. Xi Xi, Exemplar Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will hold a dinner meeting Tuesday evening at the Chrome Cafe. This is the meeting that was postponed from last Tuesday. Mrs Bob Williams is president of the chapter nnd committees for the romin,; season will be announced at that time. Burt Girl and Bridegroom of Monday, Aug. 1 The Co-Chairmerrof tho circles of the Presbyterian Women's Association met last Thursday at the church. The pin pose of the meeting was to discus plans for a rummage sale to bo held Sept. 10. —o— Jerry, little son of Mr and Mrs James Whittemore, wa c ; n patient at St. Ann hospital several days last week. He had an attack of asthma. He was released on Saturday and is now doing well. —o— Mrs Clayton Lammers and daughter Lynn, accompank-d Mrs Clara Pratt to Sumner on Saturday where she visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Mclntirc. Mrs Pratt visited relatives at Sum- ncr and West Union. —o— Mr and Mrs Bob Richardson and family called on local friends Monday evening. They were en- route to their home in Cedar F;ills after a two week vacation at Lake Okoboji. —o— The Rev. and Mrs Gilbert Kuypcr and children spent Tuesday in Algona calling on friends. Rev. Kuvper is a former pastoi of First Presbyterian church here and he is pastor at Knox Presbyterian, St. Paul. The Kuypers came here from Blue Earth where they are vacationing. — o— Mr and Mrs Francis Risser and daughter.-, Jan and Marilyn have returned to their home in Kujk- uk after a week's visit with Mr and Mrs Bub LaBarro. Mrs Ris- M.T and Mrs L;iRarre ar" sisters. Par! of the time was .-pent a', the- LaBarrc cottage at L;ikc Okoboji. ;.., «.' O — Mr and Mrs Gordon Wegener and little daughter left Thursday for their home in Gieenville. South Carolina after spending a month hen/ at tlv, Fred Wegener and Mis. Frank Lewis homes. Mr and Mrs W .A. Barllett and children are leaving Friday for New Sharon for a week 1 .- visit will. Mi BartlcuV father, Dr. G E. Bank-it. Mrs Russell Rentz and children ai;d Mr ;,n<i Mrs Frrd Wiener .-pent Sunday at Fairmont ;/itend- my the fair. .—o— Mrs Milton Dahl has as her gu</-ts this week, her u:andsons B-ib and John Pi att of Fiiivnionl, v-nu came to attend the fair. Wedding Licenses To Four Couples Foui license's to wed have been i.-.-ued during the past week in tiie office of A!ma Pearson, clerk of the Kos.suth district court. They went to the following couples: Aug. 12 — Eugene A. ELsbcckcr and Rutli Ann Becker. Bancroft. Aug. 13 — Billie R. Kerr. La- 1'oi'te City, and Dona Jean GarJ- iier, \Vatfrloo. Aug. 16 — Ru-h,.rd It. l.alliei ;.nu PCH^.V P. Pattoj), Aljjuna: Mclvin F. Grubow.-ki and Helen L. Drotsslu", Baau'o.U. Pictured above are Mr and Mrs Kenneth Shivers, who wsre married in St. John's Catholic Church,-Bancroft, Monday morning, -Aug. 1, at-10 a.m. Rev. Schultes performed the double ring ceremony. The bride is the former Harriet Griese, daughter of Mr and Mrs Martin Gries'e, Burt,, and tht bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Shivers of Denver, Colo. The bride, gi%'en in marriage by her father, wore a white satin lace bodice, finger-tip veil and carried a bouquet of reel roses. She was attended by her two sisters, Layonne and Mary Greise. The bridegroom was attended by his two brother?, Don and Ralph Shivers. Ushers were Dale Weber and Russell Parsons. A dinner was served to 50 guests at the Johnson House, Algona, following the wedding. The bride is a registered iv;r?e She attended Creighton University at Omaha. The bridegroom attended the University of Portland at Portland, Ore., for tw\i years, then served P.S district manager of tho Indiana territory for a trailer company. The couple left immediately for Maryland, where the bridegroom will attend Georgetown University. (Photo by Glenn's Studio).. Bernard O'Donnell gave a report on the convention in Dos Moines. It has been decided to change the year books to run from January to January. The Auxiliary would like to thank Priebe grocery, Kossuth Implement, Blanchard Lumber and the Lone Rock Co-Operative Elevator for their donations toward the stand at the Plowing match and the Legion boys who built it. Five hundred was played for entertainment with prizes going to Mrs LeRoy Klepper for high, Mrs Mary Flaig low and door pfisSe'fo Tens Jensen. Hostesses .were Mrs H. A. Holmgren, Mrs Jlfn Long and Mrs Ernest Jensen and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough. September hostesses will be Mesdames Roy Jensen, Raymond Bierle and Tena Jensen. Hostess To elub Mrs Lyle Marlow entertained her birthday chib Tuesday evening with five hundred being played and prizes going to Mrs Wilfred Radig. high, Low to Mrs Ralph Bierstedt and travel to Mrs Merwin Marlow. Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow and family attended a wedding at Manchester, la. last Sunday. Mr and Mrs Art Person and family visited Sunday in Fan- mont at the Ed Hoppe home. Sunday evening the Earl Eichhorn of Elmore, Minn, called at the Person home. Mr and Mrs H. R. Pcttit, Whitlemore visited Sunday with Mrs Amanda Pettit and family. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow attended a Berhow reunion at Glenville, Minn. Sunday. Friday visitors at the P. M. Christenson home were Mr and Mrs Frank Yates and their friends of Land Mills, 111. Mr and Mrs Rolland Baxter F.nd Barbara attended a Baxter and Rose reunion at Emrnetsburg park. Mr and Mrs Jess Blancharcl Jr. and family spent over the weekend in Des Moines at the parental H. K. Drown home. Dennis Flaig, son of Mrs Mary Flaig, stationed at Camp Pendif.- ton, Cal. is home on 30 day leave. Mr and Mrs Joe Kulhovey tnd Jolene, Mrs John A\\(7. and Jo Ann of Mason City visited Sim- day afternoon at the Don Houck home. , Sunday callers at the Dale Wegener home were Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Eischenbcrger of S;i- betha, Kan.: Mr and Mrs Bob Glen, Topeka, Kan. and Freda Eischenberger of Marysville, Kan. Ben Seegebarth of Kokomo, Ind is here visiting his daughter and family, the Robert Hannas, and other relatives. Here's CONSUMER'S Week-end Food line-up! U-D-M Waal Ads Bring Resu|M Reunions For Several Lone Rock Families Lone Rock—Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Radig and family, Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig, all of Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Herman Radig and son James, of Breck- inridgc, Minn.; Mrs Matilda Krcs- sin of Pasedena, Calif.; Mrs Henry Mueller, Cedar Rapids, attended a Radig reunion at Fenton park Sunday. Mr and Mrs Louis Broesder and family attended a Rich reunion at Call State park, Sunday. Mrs Selma Hammerstrom is visiting the Laverne Hammcr- stroms at Ware. Mrs Juanita Rose, mother of Mrs Ralph Hany merstrom from St. Paul, Minn, is visiting at the Hammerstrom home. Sunday evening they were all guests at the Emil Person home. Saturday Mr and Mrs Raymond Haiisifn and family of Arcine, Wis. called at the Ham merstrom home. Birthday Party Mrs Jess Blanchard Jr. was 'honored at a birthday party Wednesday evening at the A. A. Krueger home. Those present were Mrs Jess Blan-chard Jr., Mrs Art Priebe, Mrs Merlon Larson. Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs Rmiald Christenson, Mrs Milton MadiMni, Mrs- Harlan Blanchard, Mrs E. A. Lee, Mrs Clarence Kraft and Mrs Loretta Gapp of South Dakota. The evening was .spent playing Bingo with pri/es going to Mesdames Art Priebe, Morton Larson. Jess Blanchard Jr.. Harlan Blancharcl and Loretta Gapp. Birthday Club Meets The Lone Rock birthday club was entertained Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Maude Blanchard. Guests were Mes- les Jim Lung, Frank Flaig. Rose Kraft. Alex Krugcr. Jack Quinn, Fred Gcnrich, Mary Flaig and- Hulda Schult/. The afternoon WHS spent playing 5UO with high prize going to Hulda Scliu- Itz, low to Rose Kraft and dour prize to Frank Flaig. Afterwards they all enjoyed supper at the Johnson house in Algona. Mrs Pauline McGuirc of Algona joined them at the Johnson House for supper. Band Mothers To Meet The Lone Rock Band Mothers will meet Monday evening. Aug WJ at the school lunch ruum. AJ; member^ are urgc.'J to attend. Auxiliary Meeting The Lone Rock Auxiharv :r,cl August 10 with 17 present. !'. was decided to present cue!: gdj star mutTYei with a ni>tted pl;inl un gold slar mother.-. iLr.. .-.I.- THIS WEEK! CONSUMER'S BEEF SALE CUT AND WRAPPED FRONT HIND QUARTERS QUARTERS 2ff34£ LEAN - MEATY LB. BEEF ROASTS.. 3k ALL - MEAT LBS. GROUND BEEF 89c BRITT 1 LB. AVERAGE RING BOLOGNA. 49c SWIFT'S PREM SLICED BACON....Lb. 53c LONGHORN CHEESE..... Lb. 45c CELLO WRAPPED OCEAN PERCH.... Lb. 33c SOAP SALE Giant Size PERFEX Box 49c Giant Size DEXOL Box 49c Quart Size OLOSSTBX 29c Special on SHINA DISH _.?9c GIANT SIZE TIDE $9c FLUFFO --.-3lb. Can 89c HUNFS APRICOTS 41 MOTT'S JELLY Remarkable PEARS Asst'd 6-Oz. Jars No. 2V2 Cans SAVEMORE SAVE MORE SAVE MORE BULK VINEGAR Famous Gerber's Brand 4 4 39 49 PEANUT BUTTER! 39 SAVE MORE here SAVE MORE here SAVE MORE Frozen Specials FROZEN RED RASPBERRIES 5Boxes$1 FROZEN TUNA PIES-.-.-.Ea. 39c FLOUR .......... 50 Lb. Bag 3.98 SUNKIST LEMONS Dozen LARGE CANTELOUPE EaJc GIANT SIZE WHEATIES We GREEN STAMPS CONSUMERS SUPER MARKET

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