The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 4, 1957 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 4, 1957
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*-Afy*ft« Qa.) Upptf Dw MottiM Thursday, July 4, ttt? Raney Reunion Draws 40 Descendants Of Pioneers Buff — The Raney family reunion was held Sunday at the Legioti Hall in Burt. The first meeting for this group, descendants of an early Kossuth county settler Joe Raney. \vas held about 1918. This reunion is always planned for the last Sunday in June. A covered dish dinner was Served at noon and the afternoon Was Spent visiting and reininis- «lhg. Some 40 people, direct descendants and families were present. Attending Sunday were Mr and Mrs Hugh Raney, " Mr and Mrs Glenn Raney. Mr and Mrs Newton Heiter of Algona and Mrs R. L. Moore of Burt; Mr and Mrs Elmer Potter, of Aleona, their daughter, Mrs Victor" Applegate and daughter Eleanor of Ames; I their son-in-law and daughter, Mr j and Mrs Lawrence Miller, David j and Cathy of Bode: Mr and Mrs Ben Potter and grandchildren, LuWayne and Jackie. Mrs John Fraser and Mrs Joe Fraser all Algona. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch of Portland township, Mrs Fitch's father, Charlie Clark with Mr and Mrs Leo Clark and Mr and Mrs Harold Stevenson of Britt: Mr and Mrs F. J. Stiltz and sons: David and Greg. Mr and Mrs Lynn Hansen and Mr and Mrs Guy Raney and Floyd of Livcrmore. Mrs Virgil Barrett, Lorene and Glair of Lakota, Mrs Fitch's rather Charlie Clark of Britt at 94 years was the oldest one attending. David Miller, son of the Lawrence Millers, and Juckie VanderWaal were the youngest. Mrs Applegate and her daughter were from the greatest distance, Ames. Mrs George Johnson, sister to Mrs Fitch was unable to attend due to illness. Graham Reunion On Sunday, June 23, the Graham family reunion was held in the Legion Hall, Burt with .some 75 people attending. The picnic dinner was served at noon and the afternoon was spent visiting and a short business meeting was' held. Attending from Burt were Mr and Mrs Jay D. Graham and Mrs Bertha Stow; from Spirit Lake, Mr and Mrs James Sewick: Mr and Mrs Glenn Graham and Gary, Algona; the Kenneth Grahams and the John Emmerts of Mason City; the Raymond Mitchells and the Christy Olsons of Minnesota and many from Fort ;Dodge and Webster City. Many friends have been to the St. Ann Hospital to call on Mrs Lillian Sheldon who is a patient there. Mrs John Scott of Ringsted also visited Mrs Sheldon. . Mr and Mrs Jay D. Graham spent last week in Mason City helping the son Kenneth and family move into a house which they recently purchased. Madeline Mitchell a granddaughter is with the Grahams this week. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Doege had as guests Friday and Saturday, Mrs Clara Wise of Mosinee, Wisconsin. Also daughters of Mrs , Wise who were Stella, Sarah and Alice and a son Archie Wise, home on furlough and a friend. Mr and Mrs Doege and the guests attended the Wise family reunion at Clear Lake Sunday. Mr and Mrs Schreirer with Gary and Sheryl, Shirley Cobler find Mrs Lena Eidelman all of California who were .visiting relatives in LeMars, called on Mr and Mrs Art Leason Thursday afternoon, Mr and Mrs Schreirer called on srM Jeies sRsah called on Mrs Jessie Rash. Mrs Schreirer is the former Neva Sewick. They also visited Mr and Mrs Ferm Sewick in Algona. Sunday afternoon callers at Mrs Lottie Isenbergers were Mrs Amy Lingenfilter and daughter, Mrs Violet Sparkle of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Art Hanson of New Hartford with Mrs Minnie Oesterreicher of Titonka spent Sunday evening with Mr and Mrs Lawrence Doege. The women are sisters of Mr Doege. Mrs Wm. F. Batt and grandson Early Batt left Sunday morning Doctor's Orders for Ft. Campbell, Ky. where Mrs Batt will spend several weeks with the son and family, Mr and Mrs Darrell Bat.t and children. The following giiis of the Methodist Church spent last week at Camp Methoji at Spirit Lake; Judy Hinckley. Shirley Schwietert, Pam Andrews and Marilyn and Carilyn Hinckley. Rochelle Andrews was counselor for the group. They returned home Saturday. The Boy Scouts with Scout Master Ernie Lavrenz gathered two truck loads of paper on the Saturday morning drive. Mr and Mrs Paul Isenborget with the son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs D. H. Bergman and small daughter of Stanley. Wisconsin, called on Mrs J. 6. Isenberger Saturday afternoon. They had visited relatives in Swea City and also at Decorah. Harry Sewick of Ireton returned home Thursday and Lura SewTOc accompanied him homo and will spend a fortnight there Melvin Haase had the winning card for the drawing Saturday night which gave him the first money. Keith Mitchell was also a winner. Mr find Mrs Paul Bey and children of Washington. D." C. are spending this week with the Jay Grahams. Mrs Hey is the former Joyce Graham. Legion To Meet A regular meeting of the American Legion will bo held here Wednesday evening, July 3, at fi p.m. at the Legion hall here.' Dave Smith, commander, urges good attendance. P.W.O. Of Lone Rock To Meet Lone Rock — General meeting of the Lnnc Rock P.W.O. will bo held WediK'sclny .July 3, at the churph pnrlurs hostesses, Mes- damc's E. A. Lee, L. A. New- broui,'h, Maurice Wei.«brod, Ruth KrUeciT, Dennis Priebc and Miss Tena Jensen. Lesson leader: Mrs C. K. Nordinr-. A specuil offering will bo received for medical missions ID bo used for the Mora Valley Medical tJnit jjtojeet to New Mexico and equipment for the United Christian Hospital in Lahore, Pakistan. Jerry Angus, son of Mf a»d Mrs Gerald Angus, is attending Okoboji camp with a group from the Bancroft Baptist church this week. Red Cross swimming lessons are being given at Whittemore on Thursday at 10 a.m. for Lone Rock school students. Mrs Mary Flaig, Bill Flaig and Evelyn Eanhg called on Bernard Pettit, Sunday, at the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. Mrs Harlan Blanchard find Jonathon, Mrs James Long, Mrs Mattow, Mrs Pettit, Peggy and Argil and Everett Householder spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs Matgaret Householder helping her celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mr aftd Mrs Harlan Blanchard arid Jonathon surprised Mf and Mrs O. J. Gochenouf when they called Saturday evening, on Mr Qochenour's birthday. Mr anfl Mrs Fred Genrleh nt^ tended the wedding Sunday of Mr, Genrich'fi great niece, Mar- jcfrie Haacfc of Humboldt artd Duane Mawdsley of Burt. The weddiiig took place in the Methodist church in Algona. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Dziewe- c*ynskl and daughter Patftela of St Paul spent the weekend at tfte Junior Hurlburt home. Mr aiid Mrs Berriard Miller and boys dolled Thursday evening. Sunday, Mf and Mrs Bernard Miller and sons were guests at ?oft Dodge at the John Bell residence. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey and family attended the wedding Sunday at Buffalo Center, of Janice Elman and Richard Faber. Friday evening the Hovey family called on the L. E. Hoveys in Algona . Margaret Fischer, daughter of the Delmaf Fischers, left Sunday for camp Okoboji to serve as a counselor there. Open Wednesday Evening Until 9:00 P. M. Another Week To Buy Your PORK CHOPS Cheap Again End Cuts HORMEI/S NO. 1 CELLO PKG. ALL MEAT WELL TRIMMED Center Cuts -•' 590 Save With Lowest Price In Algona Potato Chips Twin Peek 1 Lb. Box 570 FOLDER'S Mt. Hope Longhorn Instant Coffee 980 LIQUID STARCH An Appetizing Tcmgy Flavor Giant Pkg. 59* Sta-Flo Quart Bottle 190 STAR-KIST CHUNK STYLE TUNA BONELESS FILLET OCEAN PERCH & HADDOCK - 330 RATH'S BLACKHAWK SLICED DRIED BEEF LB. PKG. 250 ORANGE DRINK 46 OZ. Can 230 Meat Prices Effective Wednesday, Friday and Saturday SWANSDOWN, WHITE, CHOCOLATE & YELLOW CAKE MIXES Reg. Pkg. 296 DOLE SLICED PINEAPPLE Nc ° an2 HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL 16 oz. Cans NATIVE CHERRY No. 2 Cans CONCENTRATED CHARMIN IVALQN ARNIE J. RICKU3FS mutt b# Gbeyedl And when yt vow'?* » ' yew gp, IIJM* ibould top- eCY 4-4529 ACCIDENT. COMPANY Tlwrington Sfe, REALEMON JUICE 12oz, Bottle Nabisco SNACKS WHEAT THINS - RYE THINS CHEESE RITZ - TRIANGLE THINS 590 FOR CHARMIN WHITE TOILET TISSUE ,4 Roll Pack CLEANSING TISSUES.. Medium Size 25c - Large Size 35c KELLOGG'S RICE nspies Large Box 250 NEW INSTANT POWDERED MILK SANALAC 790 10 Quart Size PLAN BONDWARE WHITE Paper Plates Pkg. of 40 CHA8MIN DINNER NAPKINS 2 Boxes 80 Count 390 230 HOT AND COLD TYPE Pkg. CURTIS* ' 10 oz. 250 350 KINOSFORD BRIQUETS Charcoal 10 Lb, S90 URGE SIZE CHARLESTON GREY WATERMELON Each 69c

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