The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1957 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 18, 1957
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4-Afrona (to.) Uppif foi fttetrw Thortday, Jet? IS, Dubuque & Mason City Teen-Age Golfers Win Fatawefl Patff Aleona branch of Iowa State Policemen's Assn Aux. mot at the home of Mrs Marilyn Ankenbauer June 9, with seven members present. The business meeting was hold and a gning-ftway present \\ 'iif piven to Mrs Viola Krebs who •s Ifiiving in August for Okla- hoim. The evening was spent plpying cards with high prize 4oin« to Mr? Marilyn B lekelmar, nnd -low to Mrs Joann McBridc. A driiriou? lunch was served by the hostess. Baptismal Rites IJ ipl.Vnnl rites were held Sun H;.\ in Trinity Lutheran church for Rickie Allen, son of Mr and M-« Richard Hfhners of De? Momi's. the Rfv. Heck of Liver- Miie offirkUi.Mg. Sponsors were MM Virgil Wiischusen of Fort D'ulge and Robert Orison. James Da\: i, hif;ni son of Mr and Mrs Harry Biurri" \v;>;; also baptised Sunday morning in Trinity Lutheran church, the Rev Hi i k prcMdin:::. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Elmer Eichhorsl of Yorktown. la. A family dinnei was hold following the service at the parental Mr and Mrs Louk Lenz'. Sharon Fladoos of Dubuque land Roger Horn of Mason City ••won championships at the third annual Algona Country Club ^Teenage Golf Tournament Tuesday as golfers from a dozen cities .around the state vied for titles; "•• Miss Fladoos posted a 78 for 18 Dholes, six strokes over par, while s .Horn chalked up a 113, five ovei par for 27 holes. ,* Sharon shot a pair of 39s on ..her way to the girls championship. She edged Sondra And- '.erson of Fort Dodge, winner of the two previous,meets, who had an 80. Third place went to Jud> Burnes of Des Moines with an 82 and Pat Ferris of Algona was fourth with an 89 total. Judy Burns (left) and Mist, Fladoos are pictured above in a UDM photo-engraving. Betty Mitchell of Osage won the approaching title, Miss And erson the close to the pin even on number four, and Miss Ferri hit the longest drive in speciu events for girls. Do»n W.S.C.S. Meets The Do,-m W.S.C.S. met July 10 at ttic home of Mrs Max Stratton. Mrs Bradford Buffington Ird devotions, and the lesson was *iven by Mrs Ted Hoover Sr. Vlrs Tom Elefson, president, was n charge of the business meeting. The date for the annual harvest supper was set for Sept. 12. Last Summer Meeting • The last regular summer meet- ing of'the Plum Cfetfc club was held at the home of Mrs Glen Gabrielson, who with hef daughter Glenda supplied the program. The next meeting will be Sept. 11 with Mrs Lyle Davis. Bridge Club Hottest Mrs Robert Hendersoft was hostess to the members of her bridge club Monday afternoon. Mrs Eugene Fnulstich was a guest and won the high se6re prize. Mr? Harold Schugart won the second high score prize and low score prize went to Mrs Henderson. Mr and Mrs Tim O'Brien and Ann spent the weekend at Cleat- Lake. Dr. and MfS L. L. Snyder and fiimily spent the weekend camp inc in the State Park at Cleai Lake. The Cherles Williamsons are on Vacation this week at the low? Great Lakes. Mr Williamson is ^nngcr of the Penney store here. Paul Schuh is expected soon from Hay ward. Calif., for a visti with Mrs Imelda Engesser and son Dan. He is a cousin of MIT Engesser. Mr and Mrs Clem Erlander and daughter Janie are vacationing in Minnesota. They tooU the former's mother, Mrs J. C. Krlander, back to Minneapolis, Monday, after a week's visit here. Mr and Mrs Mallard Snydor Sr., have been visited by their son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Herbert Le Dow and family of Minneapolis, Minn., and his mother, Mrs May Snyder of Humeston. .Auxiliary Installation *:-:• The American Legion Auxiliary ;met July 8 at the Legidn hall ( ,with Ada Hardgrove, president, presiding. • 'A joint county meeting will be "''held here Wednesday evening, •July 24. American Legion, members j'have invited the Auxiliary to a "corn roast" to be held at Call -State park. A pot-luck meal will ^be served and those attending are .requested to bring a covered dish «and their own table service. '; Lillie Fpth, district secretary- treasurer, installed the following: ^Arlene Kenyon, president; Golda "Guderian, first vice-president; 'Dorothy Muckey, second vice- president; Bernetta Rusk, secretary; Rena Hanson, ( treasurer, ^Marie Nelson, chaplain; Hertha iDau, sergeant at arms; Fern Specht, assistant sergeant; Mabej 'jPftxson, historian; Board at large, ,Acta llardgrove, Florence Bjus- trsm and Elizabeth Post. £ Lunch was served by Dorothy ejlijuckey's division. ;Wttlger-Krebsbach Reunion \ The annual Willger-Krebsbach reunion was held Sunday, July Jl, at Call State Park in Algona. •Attending weje Mr and Mrs Sim ;HLrner andJfplahd, St. Benedict; Mr and lyfrs| George E, fijrner «nd family, ^esley; Mr and Mrs frank Sanfyser and Jerry, Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson and children, Mv and Mrs Paul Ssn- ftner and Jimmy, and EJ&abeth .Krebsbach, Swea City; Mr and Mrs Joe Krebsbach and children, Pocahontas; Mr and M»rs Wendell Williams and family, Elcho, Wis.; Mr an4 Mrs Charles Hoffman, i&vonne and Jim, Joseph Smith, Mr and Mrs Joe Willger, Mr and Mrs Victor frideres and children, all of Algona; and Mr and Mrs Jfofcert Holm of Bancroft. Quests At $|rot» . "Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit. ha,ve had as guests their son, Michael's fiance*, Maureen Steele $| Iowa City and her parents, Mr and Mrs Daniel Steele of Cedar Rapids. Sunday the Streitg and their [Uests were invited to the Mil- Coonan eottage at Hayward's ' »l the Okobojis. The are brother and sister- ot Mrs Streit and live in Bride-To-Be Honored Mrs Roy McMahon and daughter Judy gave a tea Saturday afternoon honoring Maureen Steele of Iowa City whose engagement and approaching marriage to Michael Streit has been announced, Out-of-town guests were Mrs Daniel Steele, mother of the bride-elect, of Cedar Rapids, Mr* Roy Ryan and Mrs Milton Morling of Emmetsburg and Mrs Maurice Cullen of Fort Dodge. Mrs Fred Keijt Sr,, Mrs Eugene Schemel and Mrs H. M. Smith poured. Decorations were blue Shasta daisies and blue candles in silver holders, and other aces- sories were of blue and white. Retarded Children's Picnic The JCossuth Council For Retarded Children held their annual family picnic at Use Fairgrounds Sunday, July 14th with 38 in attendance. Monday night, July 22, at 7:30 th.ere will be an excutive meeting at the home of Mr and Mrs Marc. Moore. All officers are urged to come. SUMMER 1 group 19c Values to $1.00 Balance of Stock Price JEWELRY HANDBAGS White and Pastel 25% Off Every One in Stock CHILDREN'S SPORTSWEAR.J5% Off Summer SKIRTS Y CF 25% Off to 5.95 Very Special Sportswear 25% Off Shorts, Slim Jims, Slacks Bathing Suits Summer Knit Sweaters Jacketn Just Received Shorty PAJAMAS $1.2! Regular $1.98 Special Price from manufactger because of late shipment X'S/'/s//'//'/'?"""/^^^^ NO IRON PIAYCLOTHES, S^TlTa ,-1-00 COATS AND TOPPERS, children*... „„„ 3J7up Sab Prices DRESS SPECIALS and , Mr and Mrs Milton Mor- ol Mr*H U. Smith were #1 a family dinner Sat- at the Country _ Maureen Steele of « City whose engagement to toW ««en annotinc- were Miss Sieele, her ,. Mr «»d Mrs Paniel of C««UM- &apio>, Mr and 4,88 2 for 8,00 _.» 2 for 12.00 2.88 3,88 Values to 19,95 ,.2 for 4,00 ,,2 for 6,00 UNGBRIi, Gowns, Slips, Bed Jackets -------- _ UOliS SKIRTS, values to 5.95 lAOIIS SUITS, values to 16,95 ------------ _. OUSTERS and MATCHING DRiSSES, were 19,98 Ladies $i«eveleti Girl* Pli**e Oowni ______ V* PRICE Now 1,98 and 2.98 „„. ____ Now 4,99 up _„ Now 12.98 little eoy* Weor \/. f A \L Af I Children's Swim Suits /* IV /* VII JESSIES UTTLI SHOP OKI IH* SUH TOP QUALITY FOODSat Stakely'* finest CATSUP LIBBY'S 46 02. CAN TOMATO JUICE 4 for Si MAYFLOWER NO, 300 CAN PORK and BEANS 9cea VAN CAMP'S ORATED White Meat Tuna 5 for $1 DES MOINES Cleanser Bleach 37c Large Pkg. SHINA DISH With Free 39e Sponge Everhest Assorted Pickles & Jellies 2 in 1 SPECIAL BETTY CROCKER ANSWER CAKE Complete Cake With Pan FOR I Large Round ANGELFOOD CAKE 39* Baked for the weekend EA. Wilson Ideal DOG FOOD 59c 1 Ib. cans* Bonnie Burns 2 Ib. box BRIQUETS....] for 3k Old Smokey 1 Ib. box HICKORY CHIPS.39c Wizard Charcoal LIGHTER PETER PIPER 16 Oi. Jar DILL PICKLES NORTHERN FANCY Colored Napkins BEEF SALE Heiferettes, 100-120 Ib. quarters NO CHARGE FOR CUTTING AND WRAPPING 33c Ib. FRONT 41 c Ib. HIND GOLD CROWN Breakfast Prunes, 2 Ib. bag 39c STA FLO liquid Starch qt. 19c Minute Maid FRUIT COCKTAIL oz. can Western Wonder STRAWBERRIES 12 oz. pkg. 6 F ° Rs I New Pack - ORDER NOW - 25 - 30 Ibs. RED PITTED CHERRIES Fresh Green Top RADISHES 5e Bjnch Extra Crisp GREEN ONIONS 2for15c PORK CHOPS Tender Loin End Ib. 39c All Meat Franks Hormels lb.39c FRESH GROUND Ham Loaf Mixture Ib. 59c HORMEL'S PURE PORK LUNCH MEAT Jib. can ..1.49 DECKER READY TO EAT CANADIAN BACON... Ib. 89c FANCY Boneless Pork Chops... Ib. 8 9c FANCY 4 to 6 IBS, CAPONS lb.49c SWIFT'S SLICED BACON Ib. 59C FROZEN COOLERS SNO CROP or SUNKIST LEMONADE 6 ei. can 5 for 49c SNO CROP or SNOBOY . 6 ex. ORANGE JUICE. 6for 24 ALGONA POP Caw Bottles 98c Brach's Window Box CANDY . 19c Reg. 39c

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