The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 30
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 30

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
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2-Algono (la.) Uppftf Dil Maints Thurscloy, October 6, 1955 Mr and Mrs Gail Towns left Tuesday for McGregor and Lansing nnd from there went to Prairie Du Chcin, Wis., sightseeing. Mi- and Mrs George Slcwart came Friday from Phoenix. An/., and will be here till some time next week. While heir llr'y are housr.uucsts o( Mrs May Raney. Nancy Hudson who attends Ini-'ine;-- college at Mason City • weekend here with her Mr and Mrs Oran Iliul- The "Happy BlrlJiday" club met Friday afternoon with Mrs Ed Blumer. Mr and Mti J8mB* tfil tteently spent a day at Garner with the latter'.* parents. Mr and Mrs Alex Dermsnd spent Sunday at Clarion visiting the Holman Andersons. Mrs Delia MeKee and *6ri Richard are moving into the Foth apartment on North Thoringfon street. Mr and Mrs Floyd rtolt l«t Wednesday on a vacation trip of about three weeks to Criloraflo and California. Mrs Esther Hayes spent a few days last week with her brother- in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hargreaves. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pfeffer and Mr and Mrs Vic Frideres drove to Carroll Sunday to sec Mrs Pfeffer's parents. Mrs Deb Hall and Msxinc Sweet spent the Weekend at Huron, S.'D.. where they attended a beauty operator's convention, Mr and Mrs Jack Craig had Mr and Mrs Clyde Hatch of Albert Lea as guests Sunday. They were residents here several years ago. Mr and Mrs Joe Tscheiier were visited last week by the hitter's father. Burton Lounsbury and her sister. Mrs Orville Howard of Huron. S. D. The "Eight Specks" card club met Wednesday evening with Mrs Clara Pratt. Mrs George Stewart of Phoenix. Ariz, was a guest and the group ate dinner out. Mr and Mrs Floyd Turner arid daughter, Mrs Marjorie Apple and children spent the weekend at Sheldon with Mr and Mrs Cornelius De Kruif. son-in-law ,md daughter of Mr and Mrr, Tur- Mrs Don and Mrs returned Mr and Mrs F. K. Hobbs, Washington. D. C., visited over the weekend at the John Beiser home, leaving Monday for Minneapolis for a visit with friends there. Mrs Hobbs and Mrs Beiser are Msters. Mr Hobbs is associated with the Department of Labor in Washington. Airme-n third class John C. Elbert has just completed 12 weeks of basic electronics training and 28 weeks at the Atomic Energy School. He was the only one from his Squadron at Parks Air Force base to get into the Atomic Engery school. John, the son of Mr and Mrs Walter Elbert, is now stationed at Lowry Field. Mr and Mrs Willis Marshall were dinner guests'' evening of Mr and Evans at Spencer. Mr Willis Marshall have from a two week's expenses paid vacation the former won from the in.-urance company for which he is underwriter. They were ai Denver and Rocky Mountain National Park. Mr and Mrs Joe Willger and Mr and Mrs Vic Frideres have u-Uirm-d from Cassell, N. D. where they visited .Mrs Willger's brother and sister-in-1'iw, Mr and Mi> Henry Faber. They also were at F'aik Rapids, Minn., and visited other relatives. The Willgers weie dinner guests Sunday of Mis Willger'.s son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Alfred Miller ;:! Corwith. Mrs Violet Wajker, son Merlin and Donna May Hanson drove to Lone Rock Sunday and were joined by Mrs Walker's son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mi> Lewis Broesder, going from there to Mr and Mrs Orville Hnldren's to spend the afternoon and evening. Mr and Mrs Broesder are looking for a farm locution as the p'ace they have occupied, the liurlnigame farm was recently • iid to Mrs Emniri Hauberg. wh( '.vith tier sons, will take passes- ion in the near future. Mrs Kaiherine Simon is being visited this week by her cousins. Mr and Mrs Julius Meyers of Dubuqiie. Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry Jr. had the hitter's parents. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hood of Fort Dodge as guests Sunday. Mr and Mrs D< H. Carver and sons spent Sunday at Dos Moines with Mrs Carver's parents. Mr and Mrs L. A. Halberg. Mr and Mrs William Watkins had the former's parents. Mr and Mrs C. M. Watkins of For! Dodge as dinner guests Tuesday. Mr and Mrs John Seman have been visited by their son and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Irwin Seman of San Diego, Calif. Mr and Mrs Fred Will are being visited ten days by then son Fred Jr., of Pomona, Cal. He accompanied a friend who went on to Hurley, Wis.. for a visit. Mr and Mrs Ralph Herberts drove to Clare City. Minn. Sunday ,to visit relatives and to attend the baptism of Pamela Mae. daughter of cousins, Mr and Mrs Dale Do Grole. Mr and Mrs James Will are parents of a son born last week Monday at St, Ann hospital. He has been named Brian Scott. There is another child in the family, a daughter Debbie Rae. Jack Craig and son Jerry drove to Iowa City lasl..week to bring home Mrs Craig who had gone to the University hospital to consult doctors in regard to a gall bladder ailment. It was found surgery was not necessary. Mr and Mrs Homer Tulile spent last week Friday and Saturday at Des Moines where Mrs Tuttle visited her husband's father. W. E. Tuttle and Homer attended a sales meeting. The> were accompanied by Mrs Alvin Weber of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Cecil Steward of Hazelcrest, 111., were happy to welcome a daughter to their family of three boys. She has been named Rita Marie. Miv Steward is the former Bonnie Rentx, daughter of Mr and Mrs Milo Rent/, of Algona. Mr and Mrs James Ireland and family plan to visit Algona this month. She is the former Con- hie'Rent?., daughter, of Mr and Mrs. Milo Rent/. While here they lvi)l> have-thei opportunity to see Gary Rent/, from California. He plans to be in Algona about Oct. 15. "Mr'arid Mrs C. C; Adams were Visited last week by their daughter, Mrs Dwight Sabin and little son Duane. Mrs Sabin came to attend the band festival and While here also visited Mr and JVIi's Harry Sabin, Mr and Mrs Harold Sabin and .Mr and Mrs Ronald Sabin. Alen Hidlebaugh and Morris Oivens are leaving Thursday afternoon (today) with a group of Explorer Scouts to Pine City and other points in Minnesota where fhey wilJ . go on • a river trip. Those who will accompany tin. men are Paul Christoffers, Charles Clark,. Jae Givens, Bob Hardy, Joe Hoenk, Bill Laing, David Macumber, Larry Wicks. Wayne Williams and Glen Stray- tr. Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry Sr, have returned from an eight days vacation, traveling some 1400 miles. The first visit was ai Minneapolis and took the Mississippi river road to Carthage and Keokuk. At Mount Pleasant they visited their niece and husband, Mr and Mrs J. Voit who was also being visited at the time by her sister, Mrs Peter Bauman of K:iglc Grove. They also visited Mr Barry's brother-in-law and sister. Mr nnd Mrs C. B. Moore Smith in Des Moines. Looking for.. RUGS * CAJtPETS ? VPHOL8TEBEKS ? VENETIAN BUNDS ? PAGES YELLOW and Mrs Orville Wicks visited Friday by Mrs -ister and niece, Mrs Leo -en and Su/anne of Kan- spent t pill ellt son. Mr wore Wicks' Rasmu aw ha. Mrs R. M. Wallace and her sister. Marie Grover. were recently visited by relatives. Bert Stre.i- ter. of Beaumont. Tex. and Carle Streatcr of Minneapolis. Bob, len year old son of Mr and Mrs Chester Willey. fell from his bicycle Monday when he hi! a slippery mud spot and broke the little'finger on his left hand. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera returned Monday from Waterloo where they had spent a week their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Melvin liutehin- son and family. They assisted the Hutchinsons move into their new Home. Mrs Waller Lichier was hostess to the members of her card club Monday evening. Mrs Dick Allen entertained it an informal party Wednesday 'venm.u. The time was spen£ socially, Mrs Ethel Gllles and Her bf8- thir. R. A. Davidson, drove to '"jumois'niir.L;, Sunday and visited ;ri( brietly. Members of St. TJlomas Egis- I copal church held a picnic at the jllollis Benschole-r home after i . <>rv?,--e-- Sunday morning. Mr and Mrs Newton Hieler were visited Sunday by the lormor's brother and sister-in- law. Mr and Mrs A. T. Hieler o£ Roll'e. Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegeneif of Ringsted and his mother, Mrs Kate Wegener. went to Fort Dodge Sunday to see Weber Yeg- jer at Mercy hospital. Mr and Mrs C. M. Whilehill and their daughter. Mrs Harold Angus of Hurt spent last week at Colesbur.i! with their son and dau- uhter-in-law. Mr and Mrs Claude Whilehill. James Walker has returned 10 work at the Algona rendering works following a painful aeci* dent. A cooker at the plant exploded, throwing grease on htt, nice and arms. He has been* under a doctor's care. Mr and Mrs Maxwell Miller 01 Davenport have become parents by the adoption of a 15 months did daughter whom they have named Mary Ai»'i. They are son and daughter-in-law of M: and Mrs Max Miller, former residents here who moved to Davenport n few months ago. Mr and Mrs James V/alker and Mi and Mrs Jim Walker sp.'n! Sunday ;•) Northrop. Minn, with Mr and Mrs Bonnin and family. Mrs Bonnin is a daughter of the- James Walkers. Sunday evening they visited Mrs Nellie Fisher and Mrs Nora Garner at Bur 1 .. Mr and Mrs Bonnin are parent.- of a daughter born recently. Mr and Mrs Ben Wibben ate entertaining at a family dinner Sunday honoring the 14th anniversary .of their daughter Janice. Guests will bo Mr" and Mrs Nets Godfredson and Mr and Mrs Ed Godfredson and Eugene of Bancroft: Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfredson and Mrs Cora Si oil of Burl: .and Mr and Mrs Mervin Johnson and Douglas. Mrs J. H.Warburton accompanied Rev. and : MVs Fritz Springis to their home jh Elnia last Tuesday and returned home Sundaf with Mr and Mrs Gt-orge Thompson of Ledyard. Ray Kresensky Servites Oct. 1 funeral services for Raymond Kresensky, 57. well known Al- ftntia resident whn was round dead in the home <>f his s:.->:er and brother-in-law in Di>,< Moiiu-s. Monday cif last week. w;ve h.'!-:l at tlin First Presbyterian cliure! 1 in Al.yona, Saturday mm-nim;. Kev. Brower official in", and burial was in Riverview ivmo tery. Mrs Ethel Loss was soloist, and Mrs Leota Geigel was organist at the services. Rev. Brower read sonic of Ray's poems as n part of liis funeral serrhon. Pallbearers were Louis Hols- troni of Elmhurst, 111.: Davk\ Weisbrod of Denver, Col.. James Dodds of Algona. Tom Kr«sensky of Mankato, Joe McGovern of Riceville and Robert Krausc of Penton. Mr and Mrs Don Allen, nt whose home the death from a heart attack occurred, were located in Denver, while returning from a west coast trip. Ray had been making his home with them. In addition to his sister, Mrs Allen, a brother, Louis of Manknto, Minn., survives. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Kirs Minnie Larsen and Hazel Carroll attended their Circle mectiiif,' at the Methodist church. Wcdiuxlay afternoon. Mr and Mr; Harold Preslhus and All- HIV. I Mis Lewis Larson had supper Wednesday evening with th'! young married group nt Van's Cafe at. 'Algona. Afier (he suppM 1 the 'group toured the pioneer seed corn plant. John Boeckholt, little son ' of Mr and Mrs Harley Bopckholl, was taken Itf the doctor Sunday afternoon to remove a large sliver from liis hand. lie had been sliding on a board. Mr and Mrs Jim Steven and boys visited Thursday evening at the Joe F'rcslhiis home, in AI-' gona. • Mrs Ray Fitch visited Mrs Ray McWhorter Saturday afternoon. Mrs Paul Krominga spent Saturday afternoon at the Bernard Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Jav Steven and Jennie were Sunday dinner guests at the Jim Steven home. Mr and Mrs Harley Boeckholt an:l family spent Sunday afternoon at the John Clifford home in Bull. Mr Gil'l'ord is home from a lour and one-hall' week stay at llu- Veterans' Hospital in DCS Moines. lie is getting along yood at this time. Mr and Mrs Lewis Larsen were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Russell P,eosi>n of Humboldt. Mr Hccsor. is a cousin of Mrs Larson's. Airs Minnie Larsen and Velma. Mrs Mamie Speicher and Mrs Lucy Newville \-i-siled Mr nnd Mrs Fred Jennings and Mrs Julia Taft of SextoTi. Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Clarence McDowell and little grandson Kenneth, and Mr and Mrs Richard McDow-11 and Michael visited at the Ray Kitcli home Sunday afternoon. Mrs Richard McDowell is a granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Fitch. Mr and Mrs George. Hix, Mr and Mrs Arthur Hix and family, Mr and Mrs Timer Harms and family and Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Dwight Ruse home Sunday, Oct. 2 in honor of Mrs Ruses' birthday. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch were Sunday evenini; supper guests at the George Johnson home. OVEN PROOF Modern Colors for Modern Tables START YOUR TABLE I 1-9', I«H DI1W FUH WITH Pl *C E SfTTING I 1-C'JP I-SAUHX COMMITS OF:,,. MHRTDKH 1-SAUDflATE $«/> _____ , THE -RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ON ANY ITEM*. \ PRICES FVK OCT. 7th + Bfh. • WE VJBEK *ktu)t^ve^lu TEA CANISTER WNCANHINCS ? 1.35 VALUE ONLY OATTS 29 * Longhorn CHEESES?43* ONOUWNf A FLOUfl- SUGAK-TeA' IN GLEAMING ALUMINUM HITH ovp&i'GLo covens. •Her ONE EACH \*ee* !WE QUALITY RED POTATOES LUSCIOUS TOKAY GRAPES 10 JUICY JONATHAN APPLES CRISP, FRESH HEAD LETTUCE Large Head .... 15 0 FRESH, NEW-CROP CRANBERRIES, Lb. 19c ce Cream CHEK 1 /2 gal. 69$ PORK LOIN SALE! ROASTS and CHOPS, END CUTS, Ib. 29 ROASTS and CHOPS, CENTER CUTS. Ib. TASTILY SEASONED PORK SAUSAGE BIG BOLOGNA - 33° IN BULK LB. ICE-PACKED FRYING CHICKENS LB, 47 C ITS NATIONAL FISH WEEK! OCT. 3-8 TASTE O 1 SEA QUICK-FROZEN PERCH FILLETS J-tB. PKC. 29* JUST ONE GRADE THE VERY BEST! 'S .-'r. V- 100% PURE, FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 ibs. 87<S Big Dollar "Totem Home Sale" Still Going On! POTATOES RED OR WHITE U. S. Size 100 Lb. Bag 98

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