The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 8, 1957 · Page 7
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Mr and MM Kenneth Parrish spent Sunday at Charles City with the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs E. C. Gates. "Mr and Mrs A. L. Spongberg had their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Tom Thompson of Des Moines as weekend guests. Pairida McEnroe is visiting friends in Vinton and Iowa City and Saturday will attend the Streit-Steele nuptials at Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Cleve Stewart drove to Buffalo Center Sunday to visit Mr and Mrs Charles Reckers. Mrs Reckers is a niece of Mr Stewart. Mr and Mr* Bob Kuhn, Mind? and Kirk of Ankeny spent last week with Mr and Mrs Gordon Kuhn and Mrs Leota Halpin while Bob was on vacation. Mr and Mrs Robert Scott and Mr and Mrs Chris Wallukait were visited Sunday by Mrs Wilma Brown of Humboldt. She is a sister of the women. Ada find Minnie Shick, Mrs John Mahoney and Mrs Dora Ferrigan spent a day at Albert Lea, Minn, with Mike Ferrigan, brother of Mrs Mahoney. He is in a Rest Home there. Mr and Mrs Hugh Black are parents of a daughter born Sunday afternoon at St. Ann hospital. She weighed seven pounds and four ounces and has been named Louise. Mr and Mrs Ryland Phillips have returned from a two weeks sojourn at Rapids City, S. D. where they visited relatives and Mr Phillips was with the air force reserves. Richard Palmer ,has completed a brief course at Brookings, S. -D. caj^ege and with Jerry Anderson and James Chubb is vacationing at the Black Hills, S. D., and Glacier National Park. Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg had Mr and Mrs Jess Dyer of Spencer as guests Sunday. They were en- route , home from Rochester. Minn,, where Mrs Dyer had been a patient since before Memorial day. She had surgery for the removal of a cyst from her knee. They are former residents here Mrs Mary Sorensen had recent word from her daughter-in- law, Mrs Elmer Sorensen of New York, that Mr Sorensen, 53, if improving from a recent heart attack but will not be released for awhile from the hospital. He will not be permitted to return to work for three months. He is in the legal department for the American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Mr and Mrs Frank Cunningham had as guests on Sunday her uncle, Father Baxter, Rockwell City; Mr and Mrs Leo Cunningham and family, Rockford; her mother, Mrs Bessie Powers, Rockwell City and Mrs Isabella Fick- bolm and daughleV of Rockwell City. They all enjoyed a picnic nt Call park. Frank had returned the previous Monday from Rochester where he had surgery Mr and Mrs Charles Schaeffer were visited Saturday and Sunday by the latter's mother, Mrs Myrtle Stienblock and brothers- in-law and sisters, Mr and Mrs Paul Johnson and Mr and Mrs Everett Wallen all of Omaha. Neb. The mother remained for a longer visit and will spend a part of the time at Bancroft with her son and daughter-in- law. Mr and Mrs Herman Stien- block. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason have had as guests the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mr? John Slickkerveer, Lois and John Jr. of Akron, Ohio. The Easons and their guests spent Sunday al the Presbyterian camp at the Okobojis. They were joined by Mr and Mrs James Potter and children and Mr and Mrs Erwin Ogland of Fulda, Minn., and al! spent a few days there. Mr and Mrs Slickerveer are going to the Black Hills. Mr and Mrs John Mahoney have been visited by the latter's sister-in-law, Mrs Dora Ferrigan who concluded a two months sojourn here and returned Friday to her home at Chicago. During her visit she and Mr? Mahoney visited friends at West Bend, and also went tq Blairstown to visit Mr and Mrs W. D. Storck and family. Mrs Storck is a daughter of Mrs Mahoney The Mahoneys were recently visited by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs James Mahoney and family of Minneapolis, Minn, and when they returned home they were accompanied by Mrs Mahoney and Miv Ferrigan who spent a few days with them. Mr and Mrs William Kuhn and Mr and Mrs Harold Jergenson have as guests Mr and Mrs Ed Jergenson of Milwaukee, Wis. Ed is a brother of Mrs Kuhn and Mr Jergenson. The daughter Becky Jergenson is returning home with them for a visit of a few weeks Her grandmother and husband. Mr and Mrs Matt Schureck live in Milwaukee and she will also visit' them. The other daughter Janet recently returned from Madison where she visited an aynl and uncle, Mr and Mrs Lowell La More and she also visited the Milwaukee relatives Mr and Mrs Jergenson plan to move to Madison to make their home. Their house at 1001 south Minnesota street is for salt 1 and they expect to be located in Madison by the lime school -pperji '* there. ''. ' "'.• Mr and Mrs Ralph Higglni of Fail-bank recently moved to, Algorta and have rented a Bjustrom apartment. Mr Higgins is employed at Hank's Barber Shop. Mf and Mri John 2alunik las! week §t the Ofcabojis and were accompanied by former teachers here Carolyn Nelson of Buffalo Center and Virginia Mafstott of Postville. MoftdBy ttfey had as guests and over nijtht Mr and Mrs Frank Zalaznik, the parents of Farley. CAtrii and JMt&ff**ti £tarafti ftjjent Thursday thfcugh Saturday at the Silver Lake writer's eon- ferjstide near FairmonA Minn. Margafet served as poetry chairman for the S-day session. This year's conference was the sixth at Oak Haven. Mf and Mr* Veughn Brown, ?ons Jeff and Steve, Mr and Mrs Harley Haas and daughter Holly Lynn, . and Mr and Mrs Jerry Haas visited Sunday, July 28, at the. Marian Herbers horn* Minnesota Lake, Minn. The group spent the afternoon swimming and picnicing at Bass Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs Dick Meyer have received announcement of the birth of a daughter July 21 tn their son and dnughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Richard Meyer at Vui- torh She weighed four pounds and six and a half ounces and at present is in a incubator. She has been named Dixie Le.e. Mf and Mr* Harvey Johnson and the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Will Cosgrove of Wesley, drove to Des Moines one day last week to meet Mrs Mary Pratt of Lorrg Beach, Calif., who flew from there. She is a sister of Mrs Cosfffove and Mr Johnson. She will be here till September. Mr and Mrs "Judd" St. John had as guests Monday and overnight the lattlr's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Jack Fisher of Sfaceyville. who came to attend the wedding of their nephew James St. John to Rhonda Hammond of Titonka in the Methodist church there Monday evening. Mrs R. M. Wallace received word Monday morning of the death of Robert Wallace, 55. nephew of the late, Dr. R. M. Wallace, at China, Tex. He had apparently been in perfect health, walked to the sink to get a drink of water and collapsed. He is survived by his wife and six months old child. Mr and Mrs K*nn*lh Went gpan had their daughter baptized Sunday, July 28, at Trinity Lutheran Church, Rev. Donald Heck officiating. Sponsors were Mrs Harlan Vaudt and Willis Wehrs- pann. A dinner was held at the Wehrspann home for the sponsors and their immediate families. Mr and MM A. B. Oakland took their son John to Mason City Saturday to entrain for Fort Worth, Tex., where he will visit his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Jerry Beamish. They spent the rest of the day at Clear Lake with Mr and Mrs Harold Knecht who are vacationing at a cottage there. Mrs Mary E. Stainbrook of Tfruftday, Atrgutf 8, Algona (la.) Upper 0et Mofnw-7 Whlttemore wishes to announce the marriage of her granddaughter, Phyllis Montgomery to S/Sgt. Bobbie Bunton, July 27, at Zion Baptist church in Alamogordo, N. Mex. Phyllis graduated irorn Algona high school with the class of '56 and went to New Mexico where she was employed. S/Sgt. Bunton is in the Air Force stationed at Holloman Air Base near Alamogordo. Neighbors Aid At Whittemore Whittemore—sixty seven men, friends and neighbors of Fran- cis Crotty, came to his assistance a week ago and harvested 130 acres of oat?, which yielded (10 bushels to the acre. The same crew also put up 2,000 bales of straw. Mr Crotty recently underwent surgery and has been unable to do his harvesting as a result. Also present were a number of the wives who helped Mrs Crotty with serving food to the largo crew. NATIONAL CASH REGISTER for sale, in excellent shape; would cost $750 new. Our price, £200. See it at Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. 14tf MORTON'S SALT Reg. Tube STAR KIST CHUNK STYLE TUNA Reg Cans oo POST CEREAL ALPHA - BITS CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP REUNION BRAND TOMATO JUICE 46 oz. Cans NATIVE RATHS BLACKHAWK ALL MEAT SPECIALLY BLENDED FOR APPETIZING FLAVOR Hamburger (GROUND MEAT) ) CHERRY PIE MIX No. 2 Cans B-Z BRAND STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 10 OZ. JARS TASTEGOOD CHEESE SPREAD POUND BOX Turkeys BONELESS FILLET Perch Haddock Cod - 3 Pounds $1.00 FRESH GROUND FROM JUICY TENDER REUNION BRAND PORK and BEANS • No. 303 Cans SUNSWEET PRUNE JUICE Quart Bottle DUNCAN MINES Cake Mix Chocolate -r White - Yellow REG. PKG. ^^^^^^^* ^mp^^^ ^w^^^ REUNION No. 303 Cans 00 KELLOGG CEREALS ARE BACK AGAIN! I CALIFORNIA Peaches Crate 1.79 WHILE SUPPLY MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SALAD BOWL NEW IMPROVED Reg. Can UPTON'S BLACK 14 Lb. Box WILSON'S Shortening 3 Lb. Can SALAD DRESSING Quart Jar DRIED BEEF KRAFT'S VELVEETA SUNSHINE COOKIES 5 VARIETIES TO CHOOSE FROM Reg. Pkgs, 69* FOR DISHES LIQUID YEL BOG FOOD STRONG HEART. 10 & 1.00 We Reierve The Right To limit QupnMie* ' H , ,-i'Sl

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