The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 3, 1956 · Page 26
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4-AI§6nft (la,) Upp*f 0*» Moines Tuesday; January 3, 1956 . r .^...^^-,^_-.BL ........J. .. . ,.--.^.. ..•-.i....^. 1 ^. t _, Hr ....,.......,.- .... ... - , ,.. -. .. . _ — Fenton Golden Wedding -'*'- .'( Mr and Mrs Charles Theesfield, [Fenlon, Iowa, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, Jan. 8 at their home with open'house from 2 to 5 p.m. for all their friends. They were married at Buckley. Illinois January 3. 1906 by Rev. Geo Blanken. Both Mr and Mrs Theesfield were born and raised in Buckley moving to Iowa in 1914 and farmed in the vicinity of Fenton, Armstrong and Ringsted until 1943 when they retired and moved to town in Fenton. There are four children: Clarence of Fairmont, Minn, Lcstrr of Fenton, Viola (Mrs Carl Clausen) of Ormsby, Minn, and Edna (Mrs Lloyd Sunde) of Fenton. There are also 12 grand children and 4 great grandchildren, and all will attend the anniversary except Larry,Theesfield and wife who live in California. Mr and Mrs Theesfield are members of St. John's Lutheran church of Fenton. Evelyn Cady returned Friday from Iowa City where she had a check-up at the University hospital clinic. Marjorie Mitiag served as a bridesmaid at the Sharon Decker- John Christiansen wedding in Algona, Dec. 18. Mr and Mrs Slrayer were visited last week by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Leo Keefe of jDelevan, Minn. The birthdays of Mrs Kaihryn Simon and Mrs Thees Schnaken- faerg on Dec. 27; Mrs Ro-scoe Mawdsley Jr. on Jan. 1 and Clara Mae Schnakenberg on Jan. 3, were observed with a party at the home of Martin Becker Tuesday afternoon, Dec. 27. Gifts were exchanged and~lunch was servea. \ Mrs Olga Hott spent Sunday and Monday at Titonka with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Gerald Bahling. Mr and Mrs Harvay Finley spent Sunday at Estheryille where a family dinner was given by ' Mrs Finley's mother, Mrs William Vagle.. Mr and Mrs Bob Ellis have returned to Long Beach, Calif., after a visit during the" Christinas holiday with Mrs Ellis' parents, Mr'and Mrs Max Mesing. Marilyn Lowman who attends the Iowa State Teachers college at Cedar Falls and her sister, Shirley, a student nurse at Broad- lawns school of nursing at Des Moines, spent their holiday vacations with their parents, Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman. Baptist Women Women of the First Baptist church met Thursday afternoon, Jan. 5. Mrs Everett Richardson was in i-barge of the devotions. 35th Anniversary ?Ar and Mra Clark Orton went to Mason City Monday to attend the dinner "given in honor of their 3f)th wedding anniversary by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wilson Abernathy. Dr. end Mrs L. R. Potter spent Sunday at Schaller with their ?on-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don McDonough and family. The Crescp Mother & Daughter's Club will hold a family potluck supper at the Cresco Community Hall Jan. 11, and serving will start at 6:30 p.m. Mr and Mrs Blaine Nelson arrived last Friday night from Kansas to spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs Nelson's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Sterling. The Nelsons returned Monday to Kansas. Mr and Mrs R. W. Johansen were visited over the weekend by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Vincent Bach and son Michael and Leroy Bach, brothers of Vincent, all of Des Moines. Two infants, Georgia Ann Fox and Rocky Cole Woods, were baptized Dec. 25 by Rev. Harry Whytc at the Methodist church. The children are cousins, and parents are Mr and Mrs L. J. Woods and Mr and Mrs George W. Fox-, Algona. A 6:30 dinner was held at the home of Julia and Helen McEnroe in Algona, for the following guests: Mr and Mrs Leo McEnroe, Mr ,and Mrs James McEnroe, Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe, Frank McEnroe, and the Philip Arndorfer family. Christmas dinner guests at the Martin Becker home included the Thees Schnakenberg, George Becker, Frank Becker, Harold Becker, and Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. families. Also Mr and Mrs Henry Schnakenberg,' LuVerne, and Mr and Mrs Glen Hain, Al5ona. Mrs Imelda Engesser and son Dan were dinner guests Christmas at the I. F. Engessers at Bancroft. Monday, Jan. 2 they were guests of Mr and Mrs Steve Powers at Elmore, IVJinn. New Years day Mrs Engesser had as dinner guests Mr' and Mrs I. F. Engesder, Mr and Mrs Clarence McGuire and Pat, Dennis Schumacher and the Rev. -Eugene Schumacher of Bancroft. Ruth and Evelyn Black visited the-Rev. and Mrs Everett Black at Clearwater, Kan., and brought home with them the Black's daughter Paula who is with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs William Geering for a few weeks The Misses Black ,have returned to Rockford, 111., where they ai'e employed'. They had spent a part of .the holidays here with rela r tives. McGuire — Skogstrom Mr and Mrs Cliff Skogslrom, who were married Wednesday, Dec. 28 in the Methodist Church, Algona, at 4:30 p.m., are shown in the above photo.' Rev. Harry Whyte performed the double ring ceremony in the presence of 250 guests. Mrs Skogstrom is th.e former Madonna McGuire, daughter of Mr and Mrs John McGuire, Algona, and Mr Skogstrom is the son of Mr and Mrs Harry C. Skogslrom, also Algona. The bride was attired in a white silk, waltz length wedding gown with long sleeves, scoop neckline, outlined with medalions of lace and studded with irridescent sequins and seed pearls. Her veil was finger tip net illusion and her headpiece was a white silk pillbpx. studded with pearls. Her only jewelry was pearl earrings. Maid of honor was Marilyn McGuire, sister of the bride, and bridesmaids were Josephine Workman, Carole Finn and Darlene Skogstrom. Jack Button, Jr. was best man, Russ Cress, Terry McGuire and Don French served as groomsmen and ushers and Cynthia Potter, neice of the bride, was flower girl. Mrs Joan Bernardo was soloist and Mrs Vaughn Rising was organist. A wedding reception followed in the church parlors, and Mrs Skogstrom's sorority sisters and Judy Murtagh and Mrs Don Nelson, Algona, served in various capacities. Mr and Mrs Skogstrom both graduated from Algona high school, and are attending the University of Iowa. He served for 2*2 years in the air force and is now a member of the Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. Mrs' Skogstrom is a member of Delta Gamma sorority. v Following a short wedding trip to the twin cities, the newlyweds are living -in Iowa City. (Photo by Nels Isaacson) Mr and Mrs Cecil Steward oi Hazelcrest, 111. and children returned to their home New Year's evening by train after spending 10 days with Mrs Steward's parents, Mr and Mrs Milo Rentz, and Mr and Mrs Walter Steward at Bui-t, parents of Cecil. The latter is employed as a carpenter at Hazelcrest. CHOICE LOIN PORTION PORK CHOPS PORK ROAST l-LB. PKG. Rath's Mulberry S LIC E D BACON ,___& CUDAHY'S BACON ENDS, 5-LB. BOX 65c TOP QUALITY SELECT CUTS BEEF ROAST 59C'" TOP QUALITY WELL-TRIMMED SIRLOIN STEAK 59? ib. CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS FISH FILLETS ...cello-pak Lb.290 LONGHORN CONSUMERS "Hot Buys" Stockton Bottle CATSUP. We Motts Ass'd. Jar JELLIES . IDc Cherokee White POTATOES 50 Lbs. 98c Pillsbury 50 LBS. FLOUR.. 3.79 Hunts (Hy. Syrup) 2Vi cans Apricots 3-89c Brown - Powdered Sugar 3 Ib. 39c White Gran. 10 IBS- Sugar 10 • 89c With Purchase 1 Lb. Sandwich Cookies at 29c Register Here For FREE HAMS ! IWIXVnUKN jm ^^^. -m CHEESE.. full creamed Lb. 490 We give ^|<3RElEN STAMPS CONSUMERS SUPER MARKET South of Kent Motor Co. Algona, Iowa :g "" ••-••••• Mr and Mrs W., B. Campbell arrived from Robbinsdale, Minn. Sunday morning to spend New Year's with her sisters, Mrs H. L. Potter, and Mrs Milo Rentz. Mrs Marie Hawcolt and her sister and brother Bess and Lee Hopkins left Tuesday for California to spend the rest of the winter. They will probably locate near Santa Ana. • Mr* Mary Mel«on was dinner guest New Years day of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs John Mahoney. Mr and Mrs J. D. Burns had their son and daughter-iivlaw, Mr and Mrs James Burns oil Marionette, Wis., as Christmas weekend guests. Dorothy Hagg spent the Holidays with her parents, Mr arid Mrs Ed Hagg. She is enrolled at the Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Palls. Mrs Mary Nelson accompanied Mr and Mrs Bruce Eckhart, Steven and Jimmie, of Humboldt to Doiliver and spent Christmas day with Mr Eckhart's mother. Mr and Mrs Dewey Shilling are parents of a daughter born Dec. 22 at St. Ann hospital. .She lias been named Katherine Ann and weighed seven pounds and eleven ounces. Mrs Marie Ogren spent the Christmas week at Scottsbluff and Omaha, Neb. with her sons- in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs J. N. Higbee and Mr and Mrs ,T. C. 'Gibson respectively. Mr and Mrs Harold Smith had as dinner guests -Christmas the latter's motner, Mrs Etif.a Richter of Titonka and brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Or-' ville Bcresford and son Merle of Kanawha. Mr and Mrs Harry Spongberg and Mr and Mi's Oliver Bakken drove to Bode Monday to visit Mr and Mrs T. O. Bakken. Mr Bakken, father of Oliver and Mrs Spongberg will soon observe his 91st birthday and still drives Mr and Mrs Oliver Bakken were recently visited a few days by Mrs Bakken's brother. William Anderson of Tracy, Minn., who went from here to Hot Springs, Ark., thence to Florida to spend the winter, Mr * and Mrs William Allen were visited Christmas day by the latter's mother and husband, Mr and Mrs Richard Cook of Mason City. Jack Allen, who is stationed a^ Fort Riley, Kan., spent the Christmas holiday with his parents. Mrs Elizabeth Wolfe and son Jerry, Loralei Roupe, Mrs Esther Benson, Mr and Mrs Oran >Hudson, Nancy, Janice, Larry and Inez Jane and Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson of Fenton were Christmas dinner guests of Mr and Mrs George Volentine at Burt. Mrs Alice Duryea, Irvington, is spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs Edna Dye, who has lived there for the past year. During the Christmas weekend, the Dyes and Mrs Duryea traveled to Leavenworth, Kan. to visit Mrs L. A. Vlademar and family. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman and Mrs Edna Teeter have,been visited by Clarence Nordstrom, brother of the women of Portland, Ore. lie was enroute home from Shreveport, La., where he had visited a daughter. The Nordstrom family will be well- remembered as former residents here a number of years ago. James fletd of Ihe marines and located at San Diego, Calif., sfient the ChrLstrftas w^ekeM hsrtf with nis barehts, Mr and Mrs L. J. Heed. Mrs Mary DeVill is leaving soon for Los Angeles, Calif., and will spend the rest of the winter with-- her sister, Mrs John Bar-* lingham. Mr and Mrs William Knoll had as guests Christmas their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs William M. Knoll and family of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Frank Stebritt had as Christmas guests "the latter's Son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Charles Rolling. Virginia ana Patty, of Ceylon, Mirtn. , Mrs Lenore Hilt* returned Friday from Burlington where she had been since before Christmas visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Ed Kelso and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Frank Siebriit were visited Christmas by their son Sgt. Paul Stebritz who is located at Fort Riley, Kan. His leave expires Jan. 26 and upon his return to Fort Riley he will receive his discharge and will return here. Webster Orton and Wallace Mesing spent Sunday and Monday at Des Moines with Mr and Mrs Don Blasky, custodians of Walnut Woods State park., They are/ former residents here when serving as custodians at the Ambrose Call State park. Mrs Mary Zittrittch and daughter Annie had Mrs Elizabeth Post, Mr and Mrs Elmer Kelley and Mr. and Mrs Matt Zittritsch of Topeka, Kan., as dinner guests New Year's "Day. Monday Mr and Mrs Kelley entertained at dinner and had as guests the same group, and in addition their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt. Mildred Aman, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Aman, left Saturday morning for Albuquerque, New Mexico, after spending three weeks with relatives and friends here and at Ames. Miss Aman will be accompanied by Genevieve Greteman of Arcadia, Iowa. Both girls are employed by the ¥V9. Atomic Energy Commission in AlblttfbWffiJue. M> and Mtt dilfofrd Haas* were visiteo! during the Christmas weekend by the latter's ncphexv Rbnald Mortensen who was home on leave from the navy. . The Haase family spent Christmas ,at Fertton .with Ronald and his parents* Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen and later were guests of Mrs Haase's parents, Mr and Mrs JR._F. Laabs, also of Fenton^ FOWLERS BEAUTY SALON SHAMPOO and Set $ 1 .00 » * • • * HAIRCUT SPECIAL Telephone 144 For Appointment CLOSING OUT BEGINNING MONDAY, JAN. 9 ALL GROCERY STOCK ON SHELVES AT WHOLESALE PRICES GRIMES GROCERY 418 No. Jones Algona LANGMACK'S "BEN FRANKLIN" STORE OFFERS SOME RED HOT BE SURE TO REGISTER FOR FREE HAMS - TWO GIVEN AWAY EACH DAY FOR TEN DAYS PIE TIN 9 Inch Beveled Edge 9c 8 INCH PIE TIN With Cutter 9c Syrup Dispenser Squeeze Type 19c 25c Stationery Pack Envelopes and Paper 2 for 29c 1.00 WOODBURY HAND LOTION 50c COTTON PULL OVER SWEATERS LADIES and GIRLS Close Out 49c LADIES NIGHT GOWNS Close Out 49c RAG RUGS OVAL 40x24 28x17 1.98 98c KNIT-CRO-SHEEN Crochet Thread 4 Balls 79c 1.00 WOODBURY HAND CREAM 50c MEN'S STRETCHY Anklet Socks 49c 54 x 54 PLASTIC COATED TABLE COVER Close Out 49c 1 LB. BRUSHLESS Shaving Cream 29c LETTER FILES Clasp Fastener Heavy Construction Index 98c SOc FILLER PAPER Fit either 2 or 3 ring 39c Girl's Blouse 1.98 VALUE Size 2 to 12 98c BOYS SHIRTS Size 2 to 6 1,98 value . 1.39 1.29 value ., 89c 1.19 value .. 79c 98c Value . - 69c 1.49 value .. 98c SILK BABY PANTS 1.19 Value 89c Lcmcpmciclc FABRIC COATED BABY PANTS 98c V.alue . 79c CHILDREN'S JACKETS 2.98 Value 2.29 CHILDREN'S DRESSES Size 1 to 6x 2.98 value. 2.39 1.98 value.-1.59 CHILDREN'S SWEATERS WOOL or ORLON 1.98 value - 1.39 2.98 value. 1.98 CHILDREN'S , Boxer Longie and Overalls Size 12 nionlh to 6x 1.98 value . 1.39 98c value .. 79c BEN FRANKLIN VARIETY

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