The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1956 · Page 39
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8-Algona (la.) Upper be* Moines Tuesday, March 6, New Lumberyard Manager Named At Livermore ry Strunc, who has been running the Thompson Yards here Tor several years, ha.< been transferred to Bancroft. He v/ill niove to Bancroft March 15. He has been living in the latr Orin Miller house in the south- part 'of town. Jerry Foreman who has been living in the Lawrence fann house, will move into the house vacated by the Strunc family. Wayne Vaiidt, who ha; been living in the Mrs Lucy Tillson house in the north part oi town, \vill move into the house vacated by the Foreman family. Mr and Mrs Phil O'DonneH of Forest City will move into th< Mrs Tillson house. He will be the new manager of the Thomp son Yards. Graveside Services Funeral services for Mrs Ross LeVier. who died at the home of her daughter in Omaha. Neb were held at 9 a.m. Sunday morning | at a funeral home in Omaha and burial was in the Union Cemetery west of town here at 1 p.m. Rev. Robert Kessinger officiated. Mrs LeVier is survived by three sons and three daughters arid a number of grandchildren. Her husband and one son preceded her in death. Mrs LeVier had been ill for the past eight years and confined to bed for three years. Those from here, who attended the services at the Cemetery were Mr and Mrs Cecil Smith. Mr and Mrs Zeak Smith, Mrs Johanna Smith, Mrs Karsten and Mrs Albert Bordwell. Farm Changes Mr and Mrs William Hastings, who have been living on the Mrs Frances Sittler farm, have moved into a house in Fort Dodge they purchased. Mr and Mrs DuWayne Bothne, who have been living on the Mrs Louise. Gronbach, farm^ have moved into the house vacated by the Hastings. Mr Bothne will assist his father vyith his farm work. Mrs Marie King and family, who were living on the Charles Claus farm, have _ moved to Algona. Mrs Clarence Meyers, who have been living on the Reasoner farm near\ Humboldt, have moved on the Claus farm. • The John Tiss family, who have been living on a farm south of town, have moved to Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Roger Nessa, newfyweds, have moved into the house vacated by the Tiss family.' Mr and Mrs Wilhelmi, whr have been -employed on the Lloyd Larson farm for -a few years, have rented a farm near LuVerne and will farm it. Engagement Announced Mr and Mrs , Henry Monspn announce the engagement ol their daughter, Jean, to Robed Thul of St. Joe, son of Mr and Mrs Harold ThuL No date has been set for the wedding. The bride is employed at the Humboldt Hotel. ' The groom returned home from Germany in December where he was stationed in the army. He is now assisting his father on the farm. They are both graduates of the 1953 class of Livermore,high school. Leap Year Birthday , Mrs Elmer Gronbach was pleasantly surprised Wednesday evening w"hen a large number of friends and relatives dropped in on her to help her celeorate her birthday which was Feb. 29. Thf evening was spent playing 500. High prize for men went to Joe Melavin from Humboldt and high for ladies to Mrs John Weydert of Algona. Mrs Gronbach received gifts from the group. Re- froshments brought by the guests were served later in the ivening The Presbyterian Women's Society were entertained at the home of Mrs John Houck Wednesday afternoon. The business meeting was 'conducted by thf president. The devotion was aiven by Mrs Jessamine Miller The remainder of the afternoon •.vas spent sewing. Mrs Houck served refreshments to the members Mrs Elmer Gronbach entertained the Pinochle Club members at her home Tuesday afternoon High prize for Pinochle went tc Mrs Ernest Haack. Mrs Gronbach served refreshments. The members of the Contrnc' ?lub were entertained at a l:3f luncheon at the home of Mr.« Ted Wagner Saturday afternoon with Mrs Joe Sanders a guest Following the luncheon. Contrac' bridge was the afternoon's enter 'ainment. Prizes went to Mr? Banders, Mrs Harry Clork antenna Altrran. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lnyton •>nd daughter. Donna and Mr and Mis Chris Madsen attended p farewell dinner Thursday evening at the home of Mrs L. C Madsen in Dakota City in honor of Mr and Mrs Marl in Carroll who are moving to Buffalo. Mo Mrs Anna Nelson entertained Mrs Mac Reeves. •> Mrs Ernest Miller, Mrs Karl Baessler, Mr? Lizzie Nygaard and Mrs John O Hansen at coffee at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs Joe Sanders entertained the Delta Dek Club members nt ^ two o'clock luncheon of her home Friday afternoon with Mrs Edna Bower and Mrs Edith Johnson invited guests. Auction bridge was the afternoon's entertainment. High prize went to Mrs Francis Mnrphv, second high to Mrs Karl Baessler, traveling orize to Mrs J. F. Harnm. The guests also received prizes, Mrs Mii'-ohy will be the next hostess. Mrs Kenneth Underberct accompanied her father of Eagle 1 Grove to Rochester, Minn. Inst week Sunday where he went through the clinic. She returned Wedncsdav. Mr nnd Mrs Chatrlos Clnus visited Monday at the home of their daughter. Mrs Francis Erpelding, in St. Joe: Mr and Mrs Loren Holmes attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Albert Mprcellus recently at the Methodist church in Humboldt. Dinner guests Sunday evcnine at the Harold Frederick home in honor of the birthdav of Mrs Robert White were Mr and Mrs Robert White, Mr and Mrs Loren Holmes, DeVerne Holmes and children, Mrs MrVearet Smith and two sons, ?nd Mr and Mrs Ed Reimers and son of Fenton Mr and Mrs Guv Raney spent Wednesday and Thursday with* their daughters, Lois and Shirley Raney, who are employed in Cedar Rapids. -Mr and Mrs Loren Holmes','"who had been visiting *heir son Herbert and family in Marlon, accompanied them home. The members of the Methodis' church held a day of prayer here Monday from 12 o'clock noon until mid-night Monday. , Guests Wednesday evening al the James Trauger home were Mr and Mrs Merlin Traueer and family of Corwith and Mr and Mrs William Gjergeson and family. Mr and Mrs Howard McCrndy Jr. of Fort Dcdge spent the week end here with his parents, Mi and Mrs Howard McCrndy. Edward Melavin of Chicago. 111. came Frfiday to spend the weekend with his. daughter Mary Melavin at the home of his sister, .Mrs Elmer Gronbach. Mrs Jack Michaelson wa? taken to Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge by ambulance; She fell at her home Tuesday and fractured some bones. Margaret Weyer, who teaches at Dysart, spent the weekend here with her mother, Mrs Mary Weyer. Mr and Mrs Herbert McKenna and family of Missouri spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Tom McKenna Mr and Mrs Frank Fiderlick of Calleridar spent last week Sunday here at the home of their son, Mr and Mrs Vernon Fiderlick. Mrs John Frederick is quite ill at her home. Mrs Rose Nelson is caring for her. Mrs Elwood Rummens and Mrs Tommy Kissinger attended the School of Instruction of the Order of Eastern Stars Tuesday afternoon and evening at Bradgate. Mrs Rummens was the instructor. Mr and Mrs Herman Gronbach and Mrs Dolores Christensen at'.ended the 25th anniversary of the Rev. Wittenberg as pastor of the LuVerne Lutheran church Sunday evening at the church parlors. Mr and Mrs Alvin Weaver and son Daryl and daughter Patricia of Clear Lake and Beverly Murray of Black Duck, Minn., spent Sunday at the Mrs Frank Sprong home. It was in honor of the birthday of Patricia Weaver. A-hose birthday is Feb. 29. Mr and Mrs Carl Underberg and Mrs Jessie Olson attended the funeral services of Mrs Etta Benge at tho Methodist church ,n Braclgate Monday afternoon. She was the mother of Dwain Benge. son-in-law of Mr and Mrs Underberg. Mr and Mrs Bob Huebsch and two daughters of Carroll visitec! Saturday evening at the Alvin Lenertz home. They were spending the weekend with relatives in Fort Dodge. Barbara Kazajda, daughter of Mrs Helen Kazajcla, fell on the ice Friday morning while going to school and injured her head quite badly. She is now getting along nicely. SORENSEN'S GROCERY BIRTHDAY SPECIAL! ALGONA BUTTER SSclb. BIRTHDAY SPECIAL! GOLDEN-RIPE BANANAS 2 Ibs. 25c L. S. BOHANNON We came back from a weekend trip to find the heater out, plumbing pipes frozen and burst, and water frozen on rugs, .floors and ceilings. The damage is considerable. Does a 'broad form' Dwelling Policy cover such damage, while a Residence Fire Policy does not? For the answers to your insurance questions, feel .free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone 103. daze? Take it easy—look up Washing Machines in the classified section of your phone book. Whatever product or service you need—Washing Machine, Television, Stove, Refrigerator—you'll find it FAST in the YELLOW PAGES. WELCOME! BANCROFT BLUE & WHITE GIRLS Left to right. Back row: Jean Rahe, Jon Clark (p). Linda Weber, Beiiy Meake, Janet Lampe, Mrs Maurice Froehle (AL). Center row: Mrs Lawrence Menke (L), Bancroft. JoAnn Wilhelmi. Janice Ferguson, Margaret Nurre. Marianne Nurre (vp). Barbara DeGeeter- Front row: Margaret Williamson, Mary Jane Lampe, Calista Dankbar. Barbara Lamps, Fidelis Ptakb*r. , SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY NNEY FREE TREATS! REAL BIRTHDAY CAKE AND NASH'S COFFEE Will be Served Free a,t Sorensen's Grocery All Day Friday, Friday Nighi and All Day Saturday ... So Come and Celebrate Our 251h Birthday With Us! 1 Bring The Whole Family — The Treats Are On Us! FREE GIFTS 25 BIG BASKETS OF GROCERIES GIVEN. FREE! One'of These Big Grocery Bas-l kels Will. Be Given Every! Hour on the Hour All Day Fri-l day, Friday Night and All Dayj Saturday. One registration only needed! . . . BUT you may register as I often as you wish. Need not| be present to win a basket. KIDDIES REGISTRATION For big Easter Bunny. Also! colorful balloons free to the] kiddies! ALGONA'S OLDEST CONTINUOUS DOWNTOWN GROCERY . . . We're Really Having a "Birthday Party" at Sorensen's Grocery on This Big Occasion of Our 25th Anniversary . . . And You Are Cordially Invited to Help Us Celebrate! We're Offering the Most Spectacular Grocery and Meat Bargains Possible to Give . . ... For Friday and Saturday. Come and Visit Us . . ., 4-H Friends and Visitors Welcome! Enjoy Our Free Treats and Be Sure to Register for the Free Grocery Baskets ... BIRTHDAY SPECIAL Pillsbury Angel-Food CAKE MIX 35c BIRTHDAY SPECIAL Pillsbury FLOUR 5lb.bog.49c 10lb.bag.89c BIRTHDAY SPECIAL BIRTHDAY SPECIAL Mrs. Clark's Salad DRESSING Pint 27c • * BIRTHDAY SPECIAL Smucker's Grape JELLY DON'T MISS THESE SENSATIONAL VALUES! BIRTHDAY SPECIAL Manchester Soda CRACKERS Lb. Box 19c FRIDAY & SATURDAY SWIFT'S DELICIOUS BIRTHDAY SPECIAL Friosnor Frozen FISH STICKS Made from Haddock 10 Oz. Pkgs. 3 Pkgs. 98c BIRTHDAY SPECIAL "Garden" Sliced PINEAPPLE * •» 3 Cans 89c BROWN-'N-SERVE SAUSAGES J... I pkgs; 79c SWIFT'S PREMIUM SLICED BACON SEAtED Lb 39c PACKAGES "»•,•*"• SWIFT'S PREMIUM FRANKS l-LB. CELLO PACKAGE BIRTHDAY SPECIAL Armour's (Semi-Boneless) PIGS FEET * In Re-Usable Jar Vi Gal. 79c BIRTHDAY SPECIAL SUGAR "THE BEST IN TOWN!" Lean Ground Beef 3 lbs 98 PREMIUM ALL-MEAT BIG BOLOGNA .. Ib. 29c BIRTHDAY SPECIAL Nash's Delicious COFFEE Lb. Can 89c SWIFT'S SLICED DRIED BEEF 4-OZ. PKG ... 29c SWIFT'S ORIOLE RJNG LIVER SAUSAGE . Ib. SWIFT'S SILVERLEAF LARD, 1 Ib. ctns. 2 for HORMEL RANGE STYLE BACON, 2 Ib. box , „ 33c 33c 79c SWIFT'S GRADED U.S. GOOD Choice Cuti CHUCK ROAST .. Ib. 39c SWIFT'S GRADED U.S. GOOD Lb, Round or Swiss Steak 59c LEAN PORK LOIN Lb. ROASTS or CHOPS .. 33c SWIFT'S PREMIUM Lb. BRAUNSCHWEIGER . 49c 8-OUNCE SIZE Ea. SANDWICH SPREAD 29c BIRTHDAY SPECIAL Swiff's Chopped BEEF 3 Cans 98c BIRTHDAY SPECIAL Swift's "Pard" DOG FOOD 3 Cans 39c BIRTHDAY SPECIAL Fancy Delicious APPLES 4 Lbs. 48c FREE HAM SANDWICHES SATURDAY f Delicious Swift's Ham Sandwiches will be served to you free all day Saturday ... as a special feature of Sorensen's 25th Birthday Party! You'll like em! ' There'll Be "WAGON LOADS" Of Bargains at BIRTHDAY SPECIAL Fancy, Jumbo Size Head Lettuce 2 for 25c 25th BIRTHDAY SALE Sorensen's Grocery m BIRTHDAY SALE ALGOMA'l OUD«»T CQHTIMUOUJ DOWNTOWH OKOCEBY

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