The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1955 · Page 4
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4-Algena (la.) Uppfef Des Meines Thursday, Sept. IS, 1955 Taken III And Hospitalized On A Fishing Trip Swea & Eagle—Andrew Opsnl of Armstrong became seriously ill while on a fishing trip at Willmnr, Minn, last wool; where he is hos- pii.-sli/od. His wife was with him. His son and daughter-in- law •;. Mr and Mrs Harold Opsal and Mr and Mrs L. K. Mclnlirc. visited Mr A. Opsal last Thursday. The Andrew Opsal family farmed here before moving to Arm.stronu. Returns On A Visit Ofcar Anderson of Kltnnre spont the Rrcater part of last week visiting relative,- in Swea City. He was Saturday visitor at friend---. ?]mil Larson's and Walter C. Petivi son's. Return To College Gene Thompson will leave this week to resume studies at Iowa Slate College. Larry Trenary, a graduate of Grant srhool last May. left last week to enter Iowa State Teachers College. He was given a farewell party at the Mr and Mr? John Steinberg home. P.T.A. Unit Meets Mrs Lars Skaar entertained the executive board of the Grant School P.T.A. at her home Monday evening. Sept. 5. Officers are Mrs Lars Skaar. president: Mrs Leslie Mino. vice president: Mrs V" i.'rn Anderson, secretary: and Martin Tokheim, treasurer. Mrs Lowell Larson entertained at a luncheon at her home last, week. Thursday afternoon, in honor of a friend, Mrs Gordon GiiNon of Baton Ruuge. La. Mr and Mrs Carl E. Anderson and their daughter and son-in- law. Mr and Mrs Gordon Gillson and their daughter Deborah, ol Baton Rouge visited Mrs Anderson's aunt and other relatives at Mankato. and Wells. Minn, last week. Wednesday. The Gillsons returned in their home at Baton Rouge, La. last Saturday. Richard M. Anderson spent last week visiting his uncle and aunt. Rev. and Mrs Willie Samueslon at Marcus. Mr and Mrs Walter Mino took their daughter Barbara, to Sioux Falls. S. D. Sunday morning. Barbara, a graduate of Grant high school, will begin her freshman year at the; Baptist College. Sioux Falls. William Barger spent weekend at the home of his daughter and son-in-law at Charles City. Mr and Mrs Ervin Link, and Sam Link were called to Rolfe, Friday by the illness of the menY bro!her-in-]:>w, Mr Ralph Rick- aid. Mr Rickard was taken to Rochester hospital, where lie underwent surgery Tuesday. His wife. Mrs Riekard and Mrs Ervin Link accompanied Ralph to Rochester. George Anderson of Chicago re- turnt-d home last week after a two v.-eek's visit here with relative,, Mr and Mrs W. Brandt and 1\1r> Hilda Fosgren. Mrs O. L. Thorson was hostess at her home Tuesday afternoon to tne Kagle A:d Society. Assistant ho.-us.- was Mrs I'iuth Carlyon. Mrs Tilda Johanson of Seneca was a gue.-.l speaker. Mrs Clfin Brandcnbuig underwent major .-.urgery at a Koch t>.-Ui. Minn, hospital a week ago. Mi Bnndenbui g, who lias been with hi- witr. li.'j,. returned home and n-[,,jii.- hrr recovery satisfactory. Manm (). Simp...>n, 7-!, ol KsrhervilL- jja.v.rd away Sept. U. He and in.- lamily formerly tanned hrre. lie i-. father of Mrs Firii 15uttei fi.-ij, Dolhver, ana Mr- Kay L,-'i:<in uf Armslrong, Mi an-i Mi.- \Valfien Brandt and M.,.!•.',! UT Cunni'ii. and Mr.- ilulda t'o-L.'rrn aili-ndrd opi-n hou.-e at tlir K Pi. Church pallor in Lcd- yar-.i. Sunday, Sept. 4 in lionor ol •i ! K:. '.'.' daing anniversary of Mr ••:- i M. - Allje; t Brand! of St. | Proclamation | § To the people of Algona: M g Whereas Pres. Eisenhow- M 5| er, acting in accord with § g Senate concurrent resolu- lj g tion No. 40, has designated I? 1 as. Constitution Week the Ff|| period Sept. M to 23, you ^ ji are invited to observe that | j§ week with appropriate I~ If ceremonies in the schools, § H churches, and other suit- 0 § ciblfc place;, in honoi of tht "' H inen who on Sept. 17, 1787 i.' [J completed t h e Nation's ; ~ is basic Instrument of Gov- L-p ernmerit. The Constitu- @ H tion, under which the- g H United States of America E 55 == H has existed and prospered. ^ s= ^. f| Byron P. Richardson, % f| Mayor % 1 Sponsored by the D.A.R. 1. 19 Ledyard Boys Enjoy Trail Ride And Camp Out Ledyard —About 19 boys enjoyed a Trailridc and overnight camping trip on Saturday. Every boy in the community with a pony or horse was invited to this trail ride. They were accompanied by Christy Hendicksen who led the group and by Chris Gelhaus with his teams of little mules and by Corny Jurgens who drove Christy's covered wagon in which he made his famous trip to Missouri last year. The group went to Woods Lake near Elmore where they camped out. All report a fine time. Chicken Supper The ladies of the Rosary Society of the Sacred Heart Church served their annual chicken supper on Sunday night. A very large crowd enjoyed a fine meal. Mary Ellen Farrow and Ella McDonald left on Sunday for Sioux City where they are enrolled at BriarCliff College for the coining year. Mr and Mrs Milton Farrow took them to Sioux City. Don Knoner left last. Tuesday for St. Paul where he has en- rolled hi Bethel College for the coming year. Mr and Mrs Tice Brack entertained Mr and Mrs Walter Miller and Mickey and Priscilla Miller of Buffalo Center at dinner, Saturday evening, in honor of Mrs Miller's birthday. Baptism of Branda Lee, Marshall, infant daughter of Dr. and Mrs L. E. Marshall, was held Tuesday evening, Sept. 6, at the. home of Mrs Marshall's parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Gelhaus, with Rev. Victor Vriesen officiating, and with Mr and Mrs Gelhaus as sponsors. An exciting surprise breakfast was given in honor of Mrs Wilma McKinnon at their new home on Friday morning, Sept. 9. Those attending were Mrs Paul Gelhaus. Mrs Delores Marshall and baby daughter Brenda Lee, Mrs Geneva Bauman and Jill and Roxie, Mrs Ethel Busch, Mrs Neva Burrow, Mrs Etta Anderson and Mrs Carl Burrow. Mr and Mrs Harold Warner and family and Mrs Lena Warner went to Algona on Sunday to attend a family gathering at Call Park, honoring Mr and Mrs Ken who have been here visiting from .Los Angeles. Mr Herman Wittmeier, who has been here for a while visiting his sister, Mrs H. Simonsmeicr, returned last week to his home. Mrs Marie Halvorson and Marvel were Sunday dinner guests at the Tilmer Halvorson home in Blue Earth. Mr and Mrs John Knoner left on Frida^ for their home in 'Siloam Springs, Ark., after visiting at the parental Ed Knoner home for a week. SENECA NEWS Donald Baldwin accompanied by his roommate and two friends, all of St. Paul, Minn, spent the Labor Day weekend at the Cecil Baldwin home. In addition to a picnic dinner together at noon the group enjoyed a short program which consisted of a vocal duet by LaVon Cody and Glennis Finnestad, a reading by Mrs Lawrence Mueller; a song by Dennis Mueller, a reading by Joan Mueller and a vocal solo by Terry Nelson of Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr and Mrs Roy Witham of Mason City accompanied Mr and Mrs Everett Witham to Valley City, N. D. last week where they attended the funeral of an uncle, Charles Witham. The Charles Withams were early pioneers of Kossuth County having lived for many years four miles west of Algona. Mr and Mrs Everett Witham took their daughter, Mrs Ray Greene and son of Burbank, Cal. to Troy Grove, 111. last Thursday, where they visited at the Ben Slater home. Another daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Pete Helmers of Matton, 111. joined the family gathering over the Labor Day weekend. Wuanita Guerdet, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Guerdet is en- rolling at Briar Cliff College. She is taking a nurses' training course. Retarded Child Council To Meet Council for retarded children of Kossuth County will meet Sept. 19 at 8 o'clock at the Presbyterian church. Don Potter, special educator, director of Kos suth, Hancock and Winnebago Counties, will be at this meeting Persons interested are invited A film "Tuesday's Child" will be shown. The "pit of eternal fire" is the crater of the volcano Kilauea, in Hawaii. PilSsbury's 7th GRAND NATIONAL '100,000 RECIPE AND BAKING CONTEST SUNSHINE HYDROX COOKIES Large Bag SALAD DRESSING SALAD Bowl Quart Jar 39C Pillsbury's ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX VAN CAMP'S Pork & Beans 2 ILb. Cans 2 Reg. Pkgs. SUNSHINE PILLSBURY PANCAKE MIX 3Lb. Box 39C BILLY BOY - APPLE BASE PRESERVES 24 oz. Jar 29$ MRS CLARK'S ITALIAN FRENCH DRESSING Jar 49$ BAKERS CHOC. CHIPS .....I III Pkgs. 1955 PACK ROSEDALE PEAS. .1 25$ REUNION CREAM STYLE CORN Reg. Cans 33$ CIDER - BULK VINEGAR VEGETABLE SHORTENING SPRY Banquet Crackers L 1 : 296 HUNT'S 3 Lb. Can 79$ Prune Plums 2 No. 2Vi Cans 49C ROYALTY BRAND FOR DISHES Lux PINEAPPLE 2 8 oz. Can 19$ Reg. Can 33$ WITH WASH CLOTH IN EACH PKG. FAREWAY OP QUALITY4 MORRELL'S SMOKED HAMS 14-16 Lb. Ave. Lb. 43$ BOOTH'S FROZEN 2: 590 HADDOCK FILLETS 5 PLASTIC STARCH Glosstex QUART JAR 25$ GLACIER CLUB Ice Cream 69$ '2 GAL. BRICK BY POPULAR DEMAND LARGE BOX 49$ FABRIC CONDITIONER SOFTIZE 49c PINT BOTTLES Lb. Box 1.39 PATH'S RACORN ! SLICED BACON Lb. 45$ EXTRA LEAN PORK HOCKS Lb. 23$ FRESH-DRESSED STEWING HENS Lb. 45$ BATH'S BLACKHAWK PURE LARD 2Lb. Carton 1 29$ COLORADO Peaches at Lowest Market Price WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES - OPEN FRIDAY and SATURDAY EVENINQS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

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