The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1955 · Page 30
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 29, 1955
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«-At96rta (la.) Uppftf D« M«fn« Thursday, Sep». 29, 1$55 Sharon Decker Bride-To-Be Mr and Mrs William Decker nf Whittemore announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon, pictured above, to John Morton Christiansen of Bode, son of Mrs Blanche Christianson. hook "Hansi." Released From Hospital Many friends here will be interested to learn that Mrs Dudley Blesie of Peterson. Minn., was dismissed Sunday from the Rochester hospital. She was a patient there 1en days as she underwent tests and observation. The report she underwent surgery there was false. Her many friends wish her a speedy n-covery. A New Son Mr and Mrs Harold Reddel became the parents of a son Monday forenoon. Sept. 2li. in St. Ann hospital. Algona. He weighed seven pounds ntvl seven ounces anil has been named Larry Allan. He lias a brother ativl five sisters. Carroll Marty. West mar College. LoMars, spent the weekend with his parents. Mr arid Mrs Henry Marty and Marie Kay. Mrs Irvin Meier, sons, Irvin Eugene and Philippe Edward ol Rowan visited Thursday to Saturday in the home of Mrs Matie Meier and Hoy Meier. Sunday visiiors in the Mr and Mrs Olio Ramiis home 1 were their daughters and families. Mr and Mrs Wendell .lergeiisen. Mr and Mrs Willis Marshall of Algona and Mr and Mrs Charles Sorensen uf C'orwith. St. Benedict By Mrs Philip Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll o1 LuVtTmi wore Sunday evening callers at the Nick Arndorfer rosidrnc'C. They had with them their granddaughter of Fart Dodge whose parents, Mr and Mrs Tom McNeilly i\re vacationing in the west. Mrs McNeilly is the former Carroll. There will be a bake sale sponsored by the C.D. of A. after each mass the Sunday of Oct. 2nd. If \vea!her permits it will lie held just south of the school as in other years. Mrs Charles Nelson's mother, Mrs Eisenbaeker of Wesley passed away the evening of Sept. 25. She had been seriously ill and had major surgery a few weeks ago. Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe were Sunday afternoon callers at the Philip Arndorfer home. Last week's card party was held at the home of Mrs Istidore Mayer. Mrs Nick Eischen will have the next one the evening of Sept. 29. • Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor fitch Mr and Mrs Donald Morris, her parents. Mr and Mrs Earl Manning, visited Sunday in Scranton. Mr and Mrs Fred Behnke and Hannah Behnke were supper j guests at the Lloyd Barllett home Thursday evening. Dora Riggert of Algona, spent from Wednesday till Sunday of last week, with her sister, Mrs Paul Krueger and family. Web Stewart shelled corn Saturday. The Misses Wilma and Mar- gnrr>f Moorf \vfro shopping in Algona Saturday afternoon. Miss Maxine Simpson of Fort Dodge spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs R. I. Simpson. Mr and Mrs C. L. Young spent Sunday in Clear Lake, at the A. W. Young home. Mr and Mrs Leo Harris of Armstrong and Mr and Mrs Joe Cervera and family of .Estherville visited Sunday afternoon at the Otto Rentzel home. Mr Clyde Moore and family attended a wedding in Minnesota, Sunday of Mr Moore's, nephew, son of Mrs Mae Deibler. Supper guests at the R. I. Simpson home Sunday evening were Mrs Wayne Drone and fam- ily nnrl nr.inrlmn Drone nf TCnrf and Mr and Mrs Dwight Simpson and family of Algona. Mrs R. I. Simpson and Mrs Otto Rentzel attended a meeting Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs Clifford Holding, to help plan n Bazaar and supper at the Methodist Church of Burl. Denise Rent/.el. daughter of Mr and Mrs Otto Rentx.el, entertained fourteen of her little friends of the fourth grade, Monday evening, the occasion being her 10th birthday. Black bundle disease occurs mainly where corn plants have been wounded. The diesase occurs less often in the plant whorl and the ear silks. Dinner Serving Nets $65 For LuVerne Aux. LuVerne — The Legion Auxiliary met in the Legion Building Monday evening with 18 present. Mrs Ralph Davidson, new president, presided. She presented the retiring president, Mrs Harold Wolf with her pin. The unit realized $65 from serving the Chamber of Commerce dinner recently. Mrs Guy Andre was named to represent the unit on the Community Planning Council. Mrs Davidson and Mrs Lloyd Smith gave reports. Mrs Harold Wolf sang a solo accompanied by Mrs Ray Stone. Refreshments were served by Miss Esther Merkle, Mrs Bryce A. Wickelt and Mrs Bertie C. Ramus. 30th Anniversary Mr and Mrs August J. Pergande celebrated their 30th wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 25, with a dinner in the town ha]l. Their tltree children, Arnold and Mervyn Pergande, LuVerne and Mr and Mrs William Myers, Omaha, Neb., were present for the occasion. Other out of town guests included Mrs Emma Reese, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Reese, son of Mr and Mrs Charles Reese, daughters of Ledyard; Mr and Mrs John Banning, Churdan; Mr and Mrs Walter Kuckenbecker, Elmore, Minn. Farewell Courtesy A birthday and farewell courtesy was given Pfc. Harold Nielson Jr., at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Nielson Sr., Sunday. Guests were Pfc. and Mrs Nielson, baby son Kimberly, Mrs Elda Kollmun, Mr and Mrs Clement Stripling and Craig, Mrs Jessie Stripling and family, Mr and Mrs Fred Will and tumily, Mr and Mrs Robert Nielson, Mr and Mrs Dale Zentner and children, John Elberts. all of LuVerne; Mr and Mrs LaVoy Dawson and sons, Corwith; Mr and Mrs Jerry Nielsen of Brill. Pfc. Nielson leaves Saturday for Fort Lewis, Wash, and further assignmenl in Ihe Far Easl. Mrs Nielson and baby will slay wilh his parents and her mother, Mrs Elda Kollmun during his absence. J. J. Club Meets The J. J. Club met Sept. 23, in the .home of Mrs Harold Nielson Sr. Mrs Dale Zentner and Airs Harold Nielson Jr. were guests. Mrs S. R. Baker reviewed the book, "Gentle Hunsi" by Anna Parrot Rose. The club voted $10 for the Community Chest Drive. EsJherville Guest Mrs James Mallory was a guest at the opening meeting and dinner of the University Woman's Club at Estherville Sept. 19. She gave an illustrated book report with slides and exhibits on the DOLE CRUSHED PINEAPPLE No. 211 ' Cans 35* PILLSBURY'S Angel Food Cake Mix 2 £. 83C SUNSHINE HYDROX COOKIES 2 £7 650 390 STURGEON BAY R.S.P. CHERRIES. ..I No. 2 Cans PILLSBURY'S PIE CRUST MIX .....2 250 HERE'S ALL YOU HAVE TO DO... j NESTLES CHOCOLATE CHIPS I 12 Place our store name and adt!re« en your Pilltbury Grand | National Entry Blank . . . tl you win 1st, 2nd or 3rd »••<• I prize . . . you'll "shop" on nil t I , OCT. 1, 1955 GET OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK HERE TODAY} ^iMury's"BESf"" 25 LB. BAG 50 LB. BAG. 1.89 3.79 BRACK'S Chocolate Stars 350 REG. BOX BLEACH & CLEANSER Hilex 45? Gal. Jug STARKIST Chunk Style Tuna ALL FLAVORS Jello 3 £.230 PILLSBURY'S PANCAKE MIX 3 Lb. Box 390 BLUE LABEL KARO SYRUP 5 Lb. Can 59$ V4 JUICE 46 oz. Can 290 FLAVOR-KIST Saltines 250 Ub. Box DINTY MOORE DIAMOND'S UIINII IY1VJI/KC ^^^ ^^^^ m BEEF STEW £ 390 980 LIQUID FLOOR WAX SIMONIZE. Quart Can REAL GOLD ORANGE BASE 2 ":; 290 DOG FOOD SHOULDER PORK ROAST Lean and L fc Meaty 290 100% PURE GROUND BEEF Usual High Lb< Quality FRESH DRESSED Roasting Chickens 4 to 6 Lb. Average Lb. 450 FRESH GROUND PORK SAUSAGE Mildly — Seasoned Lb. 330 HORMEL'S CREAMY BRAUNSCHWEIGER Lb. 390 EXTRA TASTY HAM LOAF MIXTURE Lb. 490 RATH'S ALL MEAT BIG BOLOGNA Lb. 350 PIECE OR SLICED PORK LIVER..... ...2Lb$, 29c DUNCAN-HINES BURNT SUGAR Cake REG. PKG. 350 STALEY'S LIQUID STARCH Sta - f lo 2 QUART BOTTLES 390 SALAD BOWL Salad Dressin QUART JAR GLACIER CLUB IceC STRONOHEART 3 290 TOMATO SOUP ....... 3 5. 290 Yz GAL. BRICK 690 GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS 2 Lbs. 29c WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE

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