The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1955 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 22, 1955
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(la.) Upper Be* Molnet Thursday, Sept. 22, 19SS gsrr :^feKiES^il^SsS!i Mr and Mrs OHo Weslling sperti Sunday at Stratford and attended a church centennial celebration The Kunkel family reunion Was held Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Gerald Frankl at ..„ — Mrs L. C. Heding and Mrs Clara Walker attended the Meurer-Vogel wedding and reception at Wesley, Sept. 17. David C. Walker returned io Dubuque Sunday, where he is entering his second year at Lorai College. Twin girls were born to Mr and Mrs LaVern Immerfall, Marshfield, Wis. Mr Immerfall is a nephew of Mrs William Weiner Mr and Mrs A. L. Long of Davenport are visiting relatives at Portland, Ore. They stoppec at Salt Lake City, Utah enroute. Mr and Mrs E. G. RoejHce were visited over the weekend by Mrs Roepke's parents, Mr and Mrs John Steil, of Faribault, Minn. Mr and Mrs Duane Riley end Mr and Mrs Leonard Frost attended the Clay County Fair at Spencer last week, Friday. Bertha Godfrey of Ames speni the weekend here with friends. She was house guest of Esther Quinby. Mr and Mrs Bertha Pommer spent the weekend at Woden with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Geret De Waarde. Mrs Gail Peterson and Mrs Rose Kraft of Lone Rock were supper guests at the Jim Walker home Thursday. Mrs James Walker, Mr and Mrs Ray Walker, and Mr and Mrs Jim Walker called at the Ralph Stoll home at LuVerne Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Ralph Lindners! had the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Verle Smith of Titonka as dinner guests Sunday. Mrs Johanna Hansen was visited last week Thursday afternoon by Mrs Louis Seward of Livermore and Marjorie Seward of Chicago, 111. . . . . Mr and Mrs Kenneth Percival had Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid and sons Allen and David, as guests at their Spirit Lake cottage a week ago Sunday. Zelda Reid, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ben Reid, 'iwas visited a week ago by Ruth Brackney of the Commission for the Blind of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Brady Rovn have been visited several days by Mrs Rovn's mother, Mrs Josephine Thompson, of Minneapolis, Minn., who concluded the visit Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Dean Parrot! were visited Tuesday by Mr and Mrs Wayne Ryan of Des Moines who came to attend the dedication of the school addition at Lakota. Mr and Mrs William Funk were visited Sunday by the latter's son- in-Jaw and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Hammen and family of Manson. Mary Mawdsley, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Mawdsley, who is a student at the Iowa State College, Ames, spent the weekend here with her parents. Mr and Mrs Maurice Givens plan to drive to Hampton Sunday and bring home the former's mother, Mrs Lucy Givens who has been visiting there several days Mr and Mrs Clem McEvoy and Josie McEvoy attended the dedication of St. Edmunds high school in Ft. Dodge last Sunday. It was a- very impressive ceremony. Mrs C. W. Morck Sr. has returned from a visit of a several days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs D. D. Greer and family at Minneapolis, Minn Mrs James Cronin is leaving for her home at Plainview, Tex., this week after spending several weeks with her parents, Mr and Mrs Bert Cronan. Shirley Sorensen will be leav ing Sept. 27 for Yuma, Ariz, to join her sister, who is art supervisor in the Yuma schools. Shirley plans to do office work there- for the rest of the school year. Mr and Mrs Wm, Boldridge Sr, were guests at a birthday dinner Sunday at the home of theii son, Wm. and family at Bode. Mt Boldridge celebrated his 89th birthday Sept. 17. Mrs Beth Miller took her son, Phillip, to Des Moines last week to en train for Lexington, Va. where he is enrolled as sopho more at the Virginia Military Academy. Mrs Garvey Fmley, Mrs Fran-1 cis McVay and son, Vicki Lee and Mrs Wilfred St. John and son, Wilfred Jr., spent Tuesday at Rolfe with Mr and Mrs Delmont Crail. . Don Potter was acomparued by his wife to Des Moines where lie attended a meeting Thursday and Friday. The children were cared for by the paternal grandparents, Dr. and Mrs L. R. Potter Mr and Mrs William Kinsey have moved to Nevada and have an apartment there. Mr Kinsey is enrolled at the Iowa State college, Ames. He was recently discharged from army service. Mr and Mrs Emil Hansen and Mrs Johanna Hansen spent Sunday at Mason City with Mr and Mrs Harold Davis, son m law and daughter of Mrs Johanna Hansen. Mr and Mrs William Kinsey recently vacationed at Leech Lake Minn., and were accompanied by Mrs Kinsey's mother and aunt Mrs Carrie St. John and Myrtle St. John, who went as far as- Walker, Minn., to visit Myrtles brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Orville Warner. They also returned home with the Kinseys. Mr and Mrs fid Huhitke dinner guests Sunday of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhrike at Whitlemorei The brother, Alvin, was also there from Yuma, Ariz. The Ted Riihnkes were supper guests of Mrs Ruhnke's parents, Mr and Mrs George SchUller. Others present were Mr and Mrs Ray Hogan of Clare. M« Don Baadev, flee Janice Ostrum spent the weekend here with her mother, Mrs Elliott Skilling and grandparents, Mr and Mrs Frank Ostrum. from here She went to Chicago ta cam plete three months of schooling at the Cook County hospital. She has been attending the Broad- lawns school of nursing at Des Moines. •' ;-,;.The Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club met Sat., Sept. 10, at the com' munity room with Anne Stevens as hostess. Election of officers was as follows: president, Priebe; vtce president, Claudette Seely; secretary. MaHys Long; treasurer. Sara Clark; historian, Linda Clark; reporter, ! Janice Bode. Dr. & Mrs Hay Potter eStpeci as guests nevt week their daughter, Mrs Don Md Donough, of Schaller, who will have with hei? the feon, Jimmy, who has been under* going a series of Surgery .and treatment at Rochester, MSnn., for correction of an ankle ail- ment caused by an attack of polio a few years ago. He making very good recovery. Mf and Mrs Ltiuie ten* hft*e returned from a 26 day vacation in Canada, Denver. Colo., arid Phoenix, Ari*. At Phoenix they visited Mrs Lenz' parents, Mr and Mrs Raleigh Litton and Mr and Mrs Carson Taylor. The fay- low are former Algonans .and will be remembered. The 1 son, Charles, had been wbrkirig in Las Vegas but had returned home and will later enter, the. college at Phoefifjt, Aflfc ,' X^.'•••-. V Haberi, sfif *f Mfc MA Mr* Paul Palmer, arrived ' here;, Saturday from Long Beach. Calif., and has received his discharge frontthel navy. His brother, Jim, whO ( fof some time was oft the same shlb, arrived home 'Sunday at ,6i30, also from Long 1 Beach, and is here on a 3f^day leave. He wssi given a d-47 flight tt> St,.Louis, Mo., attd came the rest of the way via bus. A .third son,. Chariest, has ' and is taking -tirial training.- Robert will .• ' sume his former position with the creamery, -driving :\ the delivery truck. ^ Myrtle" f urnfeautn was host* ess to the staff party, of the Re* bekah Lodge; on Tuesday afternoon,. Mr and Mrs Arl Wiese, Sandra Hudson, Janice Rochleau and Mi and Mrs Clarence Nielsen of Lu- Verne attended the Clay Coun^ ty Fair at Spencer last week Thursday. . „ . Mr and Mrs Harold Roth and daughters Marian and Kathy spent Sunday evening at Whittemore with Mrs Roth's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Henry Haag. . ,, Robert Weiner, son of Mr and Mrs William Weiner, has entered She State University at Iowa City for his first year. He just finished four years in the navy as electronics technician. Mrs Ben Polter was brought home Thursday from Iowa City where she had major surgery at University hospital. For some time she had been troubled with a gall bladder ailment. Mr and Mrs Frank Ostrum and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ed Ostrum, of Mankato, Minn., visited, relatives at Stapleton, Minn., last week. They were also at Itasca Park. Bill Duffy, Jr., son of Mr and Mrs William Duffy, left Wednesday to go to Storm Lake to attend Buena Vista college. This is his first year at Buena Vista, but is his junior year. Mrs Bessie Palmer who had made an extended visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Roger Palmer, is now at Cedar Falls with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wayne Ihristensen. Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer and Mr and Mrs Herman Stine- block are being visited by Mrs Myrtle Stineblock, mother of Mrs Schaeffer and Mr Steinblock of Omaha, Neb., who will be here a fortnight. Helen Dingley left Thursday for Des Moines to join her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs W. D. Nugent for a trip to Ohio to visit at the old home of the women's late mother, Mrs Frank Dingley. Jeanette Sorensen, daughter o: Mrs Mabel Socensen, has returned to Cedar Falls to enter her junior year at the Iowa State Teachers College. She is majoring in lower elementary and specia' education. Algona Rebekah Lodge wil meet on Tuesday evening, Sept 27 in the Moose Hall for a 6:30 pot luck supper. This pot luck is to honor those who have birthdays in July, August and September. Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson hdti as guests Wednesday and overnight, Mr and Mrs Harlow Laugholts, of San Jose, Cal., who are enroute home from a visit with relatives at points in Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs James N. Walkei were Sunday guests at the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Otto Bonin and family at Northrup, Minn., in honor of the baptism of the Benin's infant dau- hter LuAnn. Mr and Mrs Art Wiese spent Saturday evening with Mr and vlrs Paul Hudson at Fenton. There they also visited Mrs Achsah Flax, aunt of Mrs Wiese, of Long Beach, Calif. Mrs Flax is a sister of Mr Hudson. Mr and Mrs Robert McCulough have as guests the latter's jrother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs William D. Decord and daughters, Christie and Sandra of lucson, Ariz., who came Thursday (today) Don Schaap, son of Dr. and Mrs C. D. Schaap, E. Kennedy, is active in a co-ordinated program of academic, military, athletic, and general activities at Kemper Military School, Boonville, Mo. A junior college junior, he is attending Kemper for his first year. Mr and Mrs Berl Priebe and family and Jimmie Kain attended an Aberdeen Angus field day and picnic last weekend at Kanawha. r'aula Priebe won the judging contest for girls and was presented with a hand made bill fold and a check from the association. Mrs George Roepke, who has been here fur an extended visit with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Ed Roepke, has left for near Cocoa, Fla., to be with her son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Clair Roepke. Clair is at an air base there. Beverly SI. John, daughter of Mrs Carrie St. John, has returned from Uiloxi, Miss., where she las been employed a stenographer. She plans to remain here till December when she will be mar- •ied to James Schueller of Whittemore. He is in the air corps at Biloxi. j Wava Woodward was visited over the weekend by Kern 1'itt- mger of Mason City. Her parents, Mr and Mrs J. H. Woodward •tt Mason City were dinner guests. Sunday and other guest overnight were Mr and Mrs George Litter and Mr and Mrs Harry Jamison of Moline, 111. Mr and Mrs Olio Westling had as guests Tuesday an old friend, Mrs Amy Burggren, Mrs Theo. Lundquist and Mi- and Mrs Paul Newberg of Albuquerque, N. M. The visiting women are sisters- and also came to see an aunt, Mrs Anderson, who makes her home at the Roberts Nursing home. Mr and Mrs Paul Perkins and Mr and Mrs Dick Sorensen have returned from a fishing trip in Minnesota. Their son. Jerry, is here on leave from San Diego, Cal., and the daughter, Mrs Albert Richardson, of Colorado Springs, Colo., is also here while her husband is on "operations sage brush" in Louisiana. My! These CONSUMER Ads Are Loaded WHh Bargains! If MRS. GRIMES 1-LB. CAN SLICED NO. 2V2 CAN HORMEL SPAM.....; 39c HUNT'S NO. 2V4 CANS APRICOTS.. 3 for BUTTERNUT Coffee |b GOLDEN BANANAS 2 IB*. 33< LAST CALL! BUY NOW! PEACHES-PEARS - PRUNES END OF THE SEASON ! GET YOUR OFFICIAL Pillsbury's 7th GRAND NATIONAL RECIPE AND BAKING CONTEST ENTRY BLANK HERE TODAY CONTEST CLOSES OCl 1. 1V» $ $ IE& OC1 I, 1955 PillsburyS SO-POUNDS $ BEST «s« 3.98 $ $$$$$$$$ $3> $ AL Heinz CUCUMBER PICKLES . Heinz TOMATO SOUP can . Heinz TOMATO KETCHUP Heinz BABY FOODS 3 cans 19e lOe GROUND BEEF Ibs. POTATOES SKINLESS WIENERS Ibs. BACON ENDS, PIECES 10-LB. BAG 19c 25-LB. BAG 49c Ibs. 79° We give •. . • .. Cr- '::' •- 6RE1EM Sl^M PS '• ' • • ' SLICED BACON SWIFT'S SWEET RASHER Ibs. SUPER MARKET Breaded SHRIMP BOOTH'S- 1Q-OZ. PK. 53°

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