The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
Page 28
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LOCALS Mr and Mrs Otval Joseph had Mr and Mrs Marion Halterman nf Wesley as guests Saturday afternoon and for supper. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders were visited ovnr the weekend by the former's mother and husband, Mr and Mrs Burke Mellema of Woiihington, Minn. Judy, daughter of Mr and Mrs G. W. Naylor. c,n|lorcd Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, Monday. Slit; will undergo surgery on a foot today. It is expected she will be hospitalized for a week or ten days. Clark Orion went to Mason City Tuesday to consult with Dr. O'Brien about his eyes. He has cataracts and plans to have surgery later. Mr and Mrs James Shillinglon had as visitors Sunday and at supper, the latter's parents and sister, Mr and Mrs Hugh Walsh and Alice of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Brady Rovn were visited Monday by the former's mother and sister. Mrs J. J. Rovn of Ringsted and Mrs Frank Nash i,( Cherokee. Mrs Earl Sprague took Sue and Sandra Hutchins and Sandra Shumway to Cedar Falls Monday. The girls visited Iowa Stale Teachers college. Mr and Mrs Henry Lund were visited Sunday by their son ana daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Charles Lund of Ringsled. Mr and Mrs Don Hutchison spent the weekend at Iowa City with friends and attended the Iowa-Minnesota football game. Mrs Elizabeth Post returned Monday from Newton %vhere she had spent a week with her sister- in-law, Mrs Martha Van Dorston. Mr and Mrs William Funk, Mr and Mrs Harold Peterson and Mr and Mrs Harold Manser were at Livermore a week ago Sunday to attend the silver wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Oryilio Riley, brother-in-law and .sister of Mrs Funk. Mr and Mrs Julius Peterson went to Royal to attend the funeral services for Mrs Chris Anderson. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Kickbush were at nHmorxl Sunday, dinner guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Paul Tfgeland whose son Tommy's third birth-day was being observed. ' ' Mrs Clark Orion and son Dennis who was here a few days Irom Omaha. Neb., Mrs Maude Bhike and Phillip Schneider drove to Mason City last week Thursday and visited Mrs Orion's daughter and husband. Mr anrl | Mrs Wilson Abernathy and daughter Carol. Mrs Louise Peter was visited onr- day last mid-week by her d.-jutiht'-i.,. Mrs Art Zumach and Mis Ivj Luedtke of Rock. Oswald Lallier, Mrs Mary Lallier and Lualla and Mr and Mrs Arnold Lallier attended funeral .'•(••.•vices Saturday at Fort Dodge in ih< ; Sacred Heart church for a con si.i. Mi-s Gertrude Swart/, 70. Mr and Mrs Vaughan Rising have been visited by the latter'.- brother, Bernard Wilson who for the past 7' •> months has been at ;,n ;nr base on Ciieenhmd. He h:iri iiu-iiv-ss inter' -*s at Inter- n-i'!"r,;il Falls and went there for a time. II( plans to leturn to (in • -hland when the season again opens for occupancy 01 base. Mr And Mrs W. R. Clawson were called to Webster City Friday by the death of Mr Clawson's sister, Mrs C. L. Stanford, 62. Mr and Mrs "Pat" Jensen spent the weekend at Cedar Rapids with Mr and Mrs H. R. Scroggs and also attended the Iowa-Minnesota football game at Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips drove to Mankato Sunday to bring home their daughter Sandra who had visited since Thursday with her friend, Sherri Arnott, daughter of Mr and Mrs Boh Arnott who were residents here while he was manager of the Al- goria broadcasting station. Thursday, Nov. 10, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper De$ Moirtdi-5 Mr and Mrs Duane Logue recently drove to Red Oak to visit Mr Loguc's brother and sister- in-law. Mr and Mrs Sterling Logue, former residents of Livermore. Mr and Mrs William Ringgenberg spent Sunday at Blue Karth. Minn., with the latter'.s parents. Mr and Mrs Abe Tuttle. All were supper guests of Mr and Mrs Hubert Tuttle. Mr and Mrs Vaughan Rising drove to Mason City Saturday to meet their .son Jon and brought him home for the weekend. He is attending the University nf Minnesota medical school. i Mrs John Thompson and dau- j ({liter Marilyn spent !a.>t weekend ai Cedi'ir Falls with relatives. They also attended the ing festivities at the Iowa State. 1 Teachers College. Mr and Mrs William Funk had as gr,e:)ts Stiiday the Jailer's son-in-law and daugli'ei. Mr and Mrs James Hammen and family and James' parents. Mr and Mr.-a Henry Hammen of Man«on. Mr and Mrs Dick Sorensen have sold their house \<\ Mr ami Mrs Harold Manser of Livermoie. Mr Manser is employed with the McGuire construction company. Mrs Manser is a niece ARATT SWIFT'S - FULLY COOKED SMOKED HAMS 10-12 Ave. Lb. VEAL Roast Always i L & Chops Tender LEAN - MEATY CHOCOLATE - YELLOW - WHITE REG. PKG. GLACIER CLUB PORK HOCKS Lb. DECKER'S SKINLESS FRANKS Always Delicious Lb". 1 2 GAL. BRICK CHICKEN OF SEA TUNA.. GERBER'S BABY FOOD.6 PEANUT BUTTER SOLID PACK FRESH OYSTERS Full Pint DEL MONTE N. Y. SHARP CHEDDAR CHEESE Lb. COUNTRY STYLE PORK SAUSAGE Lb. Freshly Dressed BULLHEADS Lb. WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR THANKSGIVING FOWL To insure proper size and quality give us your order early. FOLGER'S WAX PAPER WAXTEX SKIPPY ..... KLEENEX .... Reg. Jar Large Box 3k 25c Reg. Roll KING NUT BRAND MARGARINE. 3 PR 49c ROYAL GELATIN reg. pkg. §0 CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP Reg. Cans ROYALTY BRAND CRUSHED PINEAPPLE....2 8oz. Cans HERSHEY'S iCHOCOLATE SYRUP BEEF STEW BOWL CLEANSER Large Can 1 Ib. box FLAVOR KIST Cookies LEMON CAKE - COCONUT MACROON Reg. GAINES 1 Lb. Cans 45C 16oz. Cans BILLY BOY ASSORTED VARIETIES 26 oz. Jar Tall Cans Carrots Cello Bag 9<J We reserve the right to limit quantities GOLDEN RIPE •set net ii cis ^^^^^^^w ^HWHHP wfjff ^^HPI^

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