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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

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4-AlflOfto, (la.) Upper Dei Moinftt Thursday, Feb. 29, 1968 Fete Whittemore Couple Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foley, Whittemore, are holding an open house in honor of their silver wedding anniversary at St. Michael's school hall, Sunday, March 3, from 2 to 4 p. m. All relatives and friends are invited to attend. The Foleys request no gifts, please. (Glenn's Studio Photo) WWfflllllllllllll^ AROUND ALGONA I = ••llllinilllHlliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin W-Bend Council Discusses Need For Center Mayor George Blake and members of the West Bend town council, representatives from local churches and church groups, social and civic org'iii- ations met in the city hall Monday evening, Feb. 19, to exchange ideas regarding the need^for a community center forWestBend. Mayor Blake announced to the group that the West Bend council had voted to postpone for the present the sale of the former post office building now owned by the town and to offer that building for the location of a community center if it is ascertained that there is sufficient interest among local groups and individual citizens to warrant such a plan. Information regarding such a center now functioning in Emmetsburg and other nearby towns was given those attending the Monday evening meeting. Delbert Berninghaus, representing the West Bend Lions Club, with Dr. Drown, was delegated to contact the area coordinator for the O.E.O. whose work is advising groups seeking help in planning community centers. By RUTH SHIERK MRS. PAT DOERNING is at home following confinement in a Ft. Dodge hospital for ten days after foot surgery. Her daughters here include Mrs. John Altman, Jr., Mrs. Ed Miller, Mrs. Gilbert Buscher, and Jannelle Wagner. She is anxious to receive cards and visitors. MRS. PHIL DIAMOND is recovering from a broken foot, suffered recently. With the use of crutches, she is able now to get about their home. NEWCOMERS Club will hold its next meeting March 18 at 7:45 p.m. at Sid's Cafe. Hostesses will be Lucille Wattermann and Marcia Sloter. At their last meeting Jo Johnson won the door prize. High score at 500 was held by Nancy Estebo, and low by Delqris. JLiong. High score in bridge •was held by Jo Johnson, with Ipw'score by Karen Taylor. Three new members were admitted to the club. They were Nancy Ambrose, June Gonnerman and Karen Taylor. Debbie Laws presented the program, showing films about her trip to Switzerland. MR. AND MRS. Les Kenyon returned last week after a three- week vacation trip to the west • coast. They spent time in Las Vegas, Reno, San Francisco, and Los Angeles. They met Mr. and Mrs. Ken Jones of Lone Rock, who were enroute* to Hawaii for a vacation. In Salina, Calif., they visited Mrs. Dora Johnson, a former Algona resident and the widow of George Johnson, who was a shoe repair man here for years. Mrs. Johnson wishes to be remembered to her friends here. MR. AND MRS. William Kraft returned Sunday*after visiting since Friday in Kenosha, Wise., to make the acquaintance of their first grandson. Named Chad William, he was born earlier in the week at St. Catherine's Hospital, weighing 7 Ibs., 13 oz. He joins a sister, Susan Lynne, who is three and one-half years old. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred DeFeife. The Krafts were accompanied by Mrs. Miles Sloniker, who visited her mother, Mrs. William Senne. Mrs. Sloniker returned by plane from O*Hare field in Chicago to Mason City on Tuesday and was met by her family there. MR. AND MRS. Eugene Murtagh left yesterday (Wed.) for Washington, D, C., where Mr. Murtagh will attend a meeting of fourteen executives of Druggist Mutual Insurance. The couple will then proceed to Key Biscay ne, Fla. for a vacation. WILLARD Ringgenberg is confined at St. Ann Hospital suffering pneumonia. He has been in an oxygen tent since his admission to the hospital, and his wife and daughter, Mrs. Emma Jeanne Lighter, have been with him for many hours, In S.U.I, Play Barry Watkins of Algona, son Ol Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Watkins, a sophomore at the University of Iowa, will have a part in "King L«ar" to be presented Feb. 89-MarcIi 8 at the Uni- Yeraity Theatre. He will play the part of Albany's captain. „, "ywilAWf m PAYOFF fLone Rock) — 55 1 By Mrs. Wm. E. Marlow 1 Fenton Township Homemakers club was held last week at the home of June Bierstedt, with Jo Ella Miller assistant hostess. Roll call was to show a Valentine favor. Lesson was given by June Bierstedt and Ann Laabs on "buymanship of food." Anna Mitchell was in charge of entertainment. Next month's meeting will be held at Ella Cherland's. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hovey were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dreyer and Jayne, Mrs. John Hovey and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Meyer and family. Mrs. Wilfred Radig, Mrs. Harold Gross and Donald Radig attended the funeral of Mrs. Christine Bernsten at Paullina Monday. The Gerald Radigs were hosts to their pinochle club Sunday evening. High scoring couple were Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Radig. The Auxiliary 500 card party will be held Thursday evening at the Legion hall at 8 p. m. The ladies 500 club will be held Wednesday at 2p. m., everyone welcome. Mrs. Allwin Lockwood, Mrs. Wayne Bellinger and Mrs. William Marlow will be hostesses. Mrs. William Marlow and Connie accompanied Ornie Behrends to Iowa City Thursday. They returned Sunday evening after visiting Mrs. Ornie Behrends, a patient there, also Mr. Hinckley from Burt. Mrs. DarreH Long and family from Bettendorf are here visiting her parents, the George Kissners, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hutchinson are parents of a daughter, Angela Marie, who was born Feb. 12 and weighed 6 Ibs., 9 oz. She has two brothers. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Parsons, Algona, and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Hutchinson. puHH^BB^^HHHWIMMHHHHHBHWHHBMHBBHHIIII^^^^H QUAi/ryfooo PRICES EFFECTIVE FEB. 29 - MAR. 4, INCLUSIVE Thursday, Feb. 29, 1968 Algona (la.) Upper De* Me!n««-$ SUPER UALU GOLD MEDAL WHWBp ^^G9i^ ^^Wwl^^ ^^Wl ^HHL USDA CHOICE BEEF SALE USDA CHOICE - CENTER CUT Chuck Roast HILAND •POTATO CHIPS CALIF. SOLID HEAD TWIN PACK BAG r~"" USDA CHOICE - BUDGET STRETCHER MANDALAY PINEAPPLE CRUSHED - CHUNK TIDBIT - SLICED 303 CANS I YELLOW ONIONS EA. TEXAS RUBY RED Chuck Steak L-... USDA CHOICE - ROUND BONE ORE<*ON TRAIL - NO. 2% CAN PURPLE PLUMS *#**#**#***#**#*########*### •X$ (HUNT'S FRUIT s Steak COCKTAIL 303 CANS HUNT'S U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF QUARTERS LB. HINDS CUT, WRAPPED, READY FOR YOUR FREEZER LB. INDIAN MAID AVE, 8-12 IBS. LB. WILSON'S CERTIFIED SLICED BACON * * •K- Nunt'v CATSUP •K•X- •X- •K•K- LG. 20 OZ. BOTTLE W V It HUNT'S RUPPERT OCEAN PERCH PERCH STEAKS HADDOCK STEAKS •X•K •K•X •X- LB. LB, NO. 2'/2 CAN HUNT'S * 29* s Or. : GRAPEFRUIT J (SEASON NEARLY OVER - FILL UP NOW) * SWEET, JUICY lORANGES »•••••• CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE 12 ROLLS $100 FOR DO2. TOMATO JUiCi LIBBY'S •X- 46 oz. can SO SOFT f FABRIC * •X•* •* SOFTENER V&-GAL. STARKIST CHUNK STYLE TUNA SQUAT CAN FLAV-0-RITE YES YES CHICKEN - TURKEY BEEF - SALISBURY STEAK COOKIES 12 O2. PKG. FLAV-O-RITE FROZEN PURE FLORIDA GRADE "A" 6 oz. cans /j < v < li l>« ORANGE JUICE COCA COLA 6-PACK PLUS DEPOSIT r , | BUTTER KERNEL EGETABLES PEAS - WHOLE KERNEL CORN CREAM STYLE CORN CUT GREEN BEANS MA BROWN PRESERVES SUPER VALU HAIR i SPRAY ! 13 OZ. 303 CANS APRICOT BLACKBERRY PEACH P NEAPPLE 12 OZ, JARS AUNT NELLIE'S ORANGE DRINK 32 OZ. JAR GOOD VALUE PEANUT BUTTER FIAV-O-RITE p 6 POPULAR FLAVORS 16OZ.BTL BAKE-RITE MA BROWN DILL PICKLES HAMBURGER SLICED OLD FASHION PL JAR FLAV-0-RITE ICE CREAM ALL FLAVORS SHORTENING 3 LB. CAN Tht AViRAGE Food Cott it JOWilt AT HOOD'S -Day Afar Wt SUPER UALU Invite You To Ch*«k Our Prlcti bguter Shtlf * COMPARE ALOONA'S NATIONAL AWARD WINNING SUPIRMARKET New Teacher, Fifth Grade, Wesley School WESLEY - The board of education has accepted the conditional leave of absence of Mrs. Neswold, fifth grade teacher in the Corwith-Wesley Community school. Replacing Mrs. Neswold is Mrs. Loretta Bjustrom of Renwick. Mrs. Bjustrom comes to Corwith-Wesley school with nine years of experience. She has taught in rural Missouri schools, Des Moines, Ft. Dodge and Waverly schools. Mrs. Bjustrom, her husband and their three children reside on a farm near Renwick. - o - WESLEY HOMEMAKERS The Wesley Township Homemakers met Tuesday at the Raymond Carlson home in Titonka for an all-day meeting. Mrs. Henry Pommer was assistant hostess. Mrs. Opal Nygaard and Mrs. Barbara Lickteig gave the lesson on buying foods. Three casserole dishes were made and served at the noon meal. Mrs. Carlson served lunch in the afternoon. The next meeting will be at the Merrill Zwiefel home. - o - AT INFANT'S RITES Out-of-town Becker relatives who attended the funeral of Mary Jane Becker, two-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Becker, Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's Catholic church included the Mark Beckers, Dubuque; Sister Clara Becker, Cascade; Greg Augustines, Cresco; Pat Baumans and Arnold Kollaschs, Whittemore; Allen Vaskes, Bancroft; Don Redings and Vernon Bertes, St. Joe, Ray Brckas, Forest City; Harold Beckers and Don Potthoffs, Algona; Joyce Becker, Minneapolis, Minn.; Sister Mary Emily Bormann, Algona; Rev. Nick Becker, Granville; and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Deardorf, Royal. - o - Mrs. Edna Wubben had major surgery at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Wednesday. Mrs. Carrie Anderson and her brother, Orville Larson of Goldfield and Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Larson and family were guests in the Lester Larson home Sunday, Feb. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Studer and family were guests in the home of her sister, the Jim Mc- Enroes, in Algona Sunday, Feb. 18. The McEnroes had recently adopted a baby girl, Lori Ann, who was born Jan. 27. They have two other adopted girls and two adopted boys. Wilfred Becker will hold a closing-out farm sale Saturday, March 2, beginning at noon at the farm north of Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson attended an oil jobbers' convention in Des Moines Feb. 20-22. J. P. Studer of Algona, formerly of Wesley, also attended the convention. Mr. and Mrs. George Seaberg visited their son David and family at Burlington over the Feb. 18 weekend. The Paul Grandgenetts entertained a group of relatives at a family dinner party Sunday in honor of her brother, Lawrence Rayhons, who is home on leave from the Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Ray- hons of Garner. Engagement Ol Elaine Bruch Is Announced ELAINE BRUCH The engagement of Elaine E. Bruch, daughter of Mrs. Marion Lyle Bruch, Algona, and the late Mr. Bruch, to Thomas A. Lawler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lawler, Union, has been announced. The bride-elect is a senior at Marycrest College, Davenport, and her fiance is a senior at St. Ambrose College, Davenport. The wedding will take place June 29atSt.Cecelia's Catholic Church, Algona. Miss Frideres Of Algona To Wed April 27 SHEILA FRIDERES Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Frideres, Algona, have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sheila, and Lawrence J. Ewen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ewen, also of Algona. The wedding is planned for April 27 in St. Cecelia's Catholic church, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. George Casper entertained their 500 club Saturday evening, Feb. 17. Prise winners were Mrs. Tom Lickteig, Mrs. Ed Cruise, Tom Lickteig and Dave Rasmus. The Don Studers will have the next party. Nell Frimml was brought home from Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge, Wednesday. She had major surgery. The GOth annual fireman's ball will be held in the Duncan dance pavilion Saturday evening, April 20. Mrs. Marie Doughan entertained tier auction bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Bode was a guest. Mrs. Justine Becker will have the next party. Planting MONDAY MARCH LEMENT CYLINDER, IA. Everybody interested is welcome Free refreshments. ALLIS - CHALMERS

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