The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 22, 1957 · Page 5
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HonofwIOn u, MA" ZTJ&&* %** a&stftta his aft* WrMb, Aut. 21, «tt€ was hdmnsi -al tiiiJy ing tecte^, At*. 18, ' of m 70 famflJe* alfdliir^ftd'Mii Puls and AfleinS, Wfo Art .„.„- ersofi tftd 4 daufhtefs of Olivia, Min«.; Mr and Mi's Claude Pas- chling and son of Mifineapolis; Mr ahd Mfs Clem Puh, Mi- and Mrs Jfank Hoinan and Mr ahd Mrs Art Bergeman all of Ackley; The Lawrence and George Weigs Jr. ot Alg-ofta; the Matt Fisches of Sextott; Gene and Carolyn Shuto- aftd Charles Monson, the <'Weit daughter*, Mrs Jo Dmuftmer M LivetmoiX Mrs Ed Dru&mer ot Laurel and Mrs Walt Drummer ot Clarion and theh families, the fid and Joe Weigs and their families, John, Hay and Eugfn* at home completed the family circle. Mr, Weft gaflefred a stroke last May and for several weeks he was bedfast. He can now get about with the aid of a cane; and makes a daily visit with friftifds on M&in St. with one of hot sons driving his ear. Wed* At fisthetvUle Mr and Mrs Oliver Younfe went to Egtherville Sun, Aug. 18 to attend the one o'clock wedding of their son Rupert Young to Josephine Eyland at the Catholic parsonage.,' " . EX'D«ntisl Dies Friends here received word last week of the de&tli of Dr. Don Goen, aged 56 years,, of a heart ailment in a Manchester hospital. He began his career 'as a dentist, in Wesley in 1924 and was here" two years before going to Manchester. He married Evelyn Byrne, home eopnomic teacher in Wesley in ; 1925. The couple have four ch'lJdren, John of Winterset, E.Uen of Ne'w York City, Mary and Sarah at home. He is also survived by , one brother of Charles City, and two sisters. The funoral was held Monday, Aug. 5. , t boy, weighing seven 'an,d lz ounces, was born to Mr aha Mrs John Muehe at the Brit't hospital, Saturday, Aug. 17. Mrs Mueta is the former Irene Ricke and they now have a family of four,sons and two dauihterSfcJ&4iv^Mu,ehe > s hiece, Janice B^KtteigJ*daughter 'of Mr and Mrs Urban Ei'cktetg, is helping out at the home. A daughter/was bOro Wegnes- day, Aug. H to Mr and Mrs Don Rden at the Brltt hospital Shte has been, named Donna arid wejghecj in at 8 pounds, 5 ounces. She has a small brother, Dennis Lee. . A baby girl was born to Mr apd Mrs Ofyille Weiland at the Britt hospital Thursday, Au#, 15. Mrs WeUand is the former Marilyn Price, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Price. They have three other children, Patty and David, who were cared for by their paternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs John Weiland of Whittemore and Betty who was with her maternal grandparents, the Harold Prices. The new baby has been named Judy Marie. A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Cletus Stalzor Thurs- djay. Aug. 15, at the Britt hospital. They now have a family of three, sons and one daughter The baby boy born to Mr and Mrs Richard Ricke of Algona, Aug. 7th, was baptized Sunday, August 18 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church here and named Michael Edward. Dean and Joan Ricke were sponsors. Saturday dinner guests in the Cteorge Rieke home were his cou- siifs, Mr and Mrs John Walkup oli Haverhill and Mr and Mrs Edgar Schreacke and two chil- drfn of Quinoy, 111. Mrs Harold Weber and; Donnie accompanied her sister, Leflna Seimer of Algopa and their mother, Mr* Louisa Seimer of HHtt to Morgan, Minn. Thursday, Where they visited Mr and Mrs Qam Setae* attd Mrs Johanna Hiiie and family. They alsp ykited Mw and M^-s Franik Weber and family at Springfield-, Minn., returning home Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Lpren Lease of Mason City spentV the weekend \$th his parents, My and Mrs L L f LeftS9- 'i ' Mr and Mrs B«yv .Weber # Britt were Sunday evening caUert at the N- F. Weber home. Gag Koilaach ha4 ^birthday nasty at her parental, Roy Roll' aTch home .Jacinday, afternoon. She wa* 6 y»»?| ,0$ that -day and her guests wert her classmates, first graders this fall. . Mr and Mrs fJwK Starauim have purchased #m B^b Llgk> Ws the lotHrt-no^h of D»vid Kleineeters and p^8 to b^p a n*w home thaya soea. Uwffnw ajad Otto Fax have rented the Starquist farm- Mr and Mjrs N. F. Wibep Wf,?f i Sunday afternoon an* supper guests at the George Roedev Hpme near St. Benedict. Mr and Mrs Del Rogness and three cWWr«n left Thursday. Aug. 15 for their home m Egther- vjUe where he will be empfeyftd by the Goidert Milte£o. T&ey ire o&ering their 5, awe !*&$.& sale. He was employed at the andT ^ee cfiildTen, Linsey Sherry and Denny of Calingo, nmnt Aagyst 16 and 18 in the Gliff AnfSwoti horn*. Twey wete et»ottte fwflie ftotft aft extended tour of the south and midwest. Mr and Mrs George Detmering and daughters are vfc^ this week, Aug. 1&-28 friends in Denver Coiu. Woft Ht|t place at ttti ifcossatn Cottnty Fair fot theii- feddth. M«s were the committee in charge of the exhibit Mrs Duane Stttder and children returned home Sunday evening by tfliift ftwn a 3 week's visit with her irarents, Mr attd Mrs Irwin ehambertaift ahd her two brotKem Jetry and Gordon Chamberlain and their families in Long Beach, Calif. Mr ahd Mrs John Wallkup of Haverhill • called at the Wm. Stalzer home Saturday morning They are cousins. Saturday dinner guests in the George Ricke home were Mr and Mrs John Walkup of Haverhill and Mr and Mrs Edgar Schreackle and two children of Quincy, 111. They are cousins. Mr atid,Mrs Frank Hanley and Michael and a niece, Ann Wagner of Dubuque were weekend guests in the parental, John Lickteig home. Mr and Mrs Rich Reiling are proud parents of a baby boy weighing 6 pounds, 1ft ounces who was born early Sunday mottling, August 18 at the Britt hospital. They now have a family of four daughters and three sons. Mr and Mrs Al Loebig, Dickie and Patty left Thursday for a week's vacation trip and a visit with his brother, Edmund Loe- bip and family at Rochester, Ind. Mrg Anna .Hauptman, Rudy and Sistef Hermingild w e r«e Sunday guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs Harry Barton in Algona Sunday. Elof Pearson received a severely cut pointer finger on his right hand Monday morning when it became caught in an auger in a corn sheller. Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer and Mr and" Mrs Bill Bauer were Sunday evening guests in the Ralph Bauer home in Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Wm. Hrubes entertained at a 6:30 dinner Thursday, August 15 in honor of their daughter Denise's 5th birthday. Guests were her. grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ed Hrubes of Duncan pnd Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer of Wesley, also her godparents, Mr and Mrs John Bauer and family, Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer and Mr and Mrs Wm. Hrubes and family went to Britt Tuesday evening, August 20 to help Mrs George Wellick celebrate a birthday. Wilma, Brian and Denise Hrubes accompanied their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ed Hrubes of Duncan to the Kossuth County Fair at Algona Wednesday of last week. Dr. and Mrs L. L.Pfeffer and children went to |t«er 3r a rtM^lM'JUMai- iM&JI iiLti^ Mb24h?aaMfe±i"^ iternoon, ana on soncray ft group dl reiifivisJffttiBd titef| It the hotttfc of Mrs HaHtef** tether. Robeft Yotttig itt honor ef the latter f s 78th birthday. Nell and Fftmk frimml visited relatives at Mafenfo several days last week. Sfitef Kevin aaS Sistet Bamteu left Mdfidsy f«f te ctittytttt tft Cedar Rapids. They hat spent five dajg here in the pareftfeil, Elmer Doughan home. Sister Kevin wUl again teach at the immaculate Conception school in Cedar Rapids and sister Damiaft at Sacred Heart school in Waterloo. Ex-Swea Citian Dies, Fairmont Swea CUy — Funeral services for Mrs Selfha Victoria Swanson, 84, Fairmont, Were held Monday afternoon at the Olson Funeral Chapel, with the Rev. S. H. Hammer, pastor of the Swea City First Methodist Church, officiating. Burial was in Lakeside Cemetery. UMTS Swassoto it survived by 11 chiiartm. Sons and daughters are Leonard, Dtah, aftd Mrs Marie iishdp, Swea City; gfalit and Sydliey, East dhain; Ftojrd afid Leftdy, Fairmont; Mrs Myrtle HilfijSer, Mmdre; Mrs Floif^tlCe Neisoh ami Mrs Gertrude Fort. Htimboldl; Mts Grace Junger, Mifiheapolis. A brother, fftur sisters, and a grandson preceded her in death. Her husband died Oct. ki, i§28. Mrs Swanson was born April 14, 1873 in Moline, m., the dfiu- f hter of Eva and Magnus Larson, he was married to Frank 0. Swanson Dec. 27, 1804. They farmed in East Chain township, where she continued to reside until 1951 when she moved to Fairmont. She was a member oi the East Chain Lutheran Church j before moving to Fairmont. ' 4-H BEEF QUARTERS Moving To Swea City Paul Snyder, who has managed the North Iowa Farm Service Company at Garner for sevefal years, has resigned his position and has accepted a similar position with a faiVi service company in Kossuth COtthty with headquarters at Swea, City. i .M v • ,. v ,,' flar, BACK-TO-SCHOOL! sub teens and juniors SWEATERS - Shetland wools and Orion — 3.98 up SKIRTS - flannels, plaid* pleated, and mare — 5.98 up PARK COTTON DRESSES small sizes BOYS 5 to 7, shirts, pants, sweaters. GIRLS 5, 6, 6x and 7- to 14, Dresses 3.98 and up Skirts, sweaters, jumpers, blouses, slips and panties. Early fyrd Buys On WINTER COATS A Small Deposit Will Hold Your Choice ELVA & JESSIE'S The little shop on the side street MASSEY HARRIS 60 COMBINE Gets a NEW HOME ... Just sixteen quarters dl thl> fine btef to make yeuf wliKtien right **ay. M*fc either the quarter or your favorite cuts In thU flroup ttrefflht from the fair. NO. 1 FANCY L6AN - SLAB 6ft SLICED SLAB BACON 59$ LEAN TRIMMED PORK CUTLETS Ib. FULLY COOKED READY TO EAT MORREL'S PRIDE Canned Hams 4 Homers Cold Meat Assortment MINCED M|AT I COOKED SAIAMI Mi . BAR-B-QIQAF 1 PICKLE & PIMENTO .. lb.43G LEAN TENDERLOIN END PORK ROASTS.. Lb. LEAN TENDERLOIN END •• — ••^•••W^ PORK CHOPS .Lb. ••WMHHHM TASTE RIPE, NO. 2% CAN Buy In QUANTITY AND SAVE! PETER PIPER - PINT J DILL PICKLES Only 98c Jock Sprat Yellow OLEO Wash Day Mrracld TIDE 5TUROION BAY, NEW CROP, PITTED; - NO. 2 CAN RED CHERRIES 4for$1 IOVE — Mr and Mjrs Lpyd Paris ot ArmMrpng and Thfir New Massey 60 Power Take Off Combine at Kossuth County Fair. Mr and Mr* Lpyd Paris form 320 acres, three miles northeast ef Armstrong. Their jjla?e is consider^ one of the tidiwt farms In Northwest lowo. Mr and Mrs Pqris purchased Hi» Ma»»y Harris 60 power takeeH Compine pietgred above ot tnj Kwuth Cowity Paj^. TJiey feel it is perfectly adapted with it* *ig capacity to their own particular farmina needs* '' Wy-fct-' Their crops are gr**n wrghwrn, oats and beans and later they may want to combine corn in the field. Both Mr oftd |Ar% ParU «r« fJying. enth«sJq»H and *«y flew in to the Ko*»uth fair^to look over the machine they had pwr»ha««d. They own a 4-seated Cet«no plane with « hanger and runway on their own farm, and they alia have a hangar where Dr. Turner of Arnntreng keept hit piqne. WE CORD1AUY INVH1 YOU TO INSP6CT THIS AND OTHER MASSEY HARRIS FARM EQUIPMENT, ANYTIME, AT BRADLEY BROS Tall Can Heinz Tomato SOUP U, S. No. I Red POTATOES 1 0 «» 39c Large Round Reg. 59c ANGEL FOOD ^^^^^^ ^^^w~ ^W^^f Canning Specials New Shipment Elbeitd Peaches • Frozen Food Specials SEA PACK — PRB-COOICEP OR , e oz. CANS MISS MUFFETT. 10 0*. pkg. — Sliced JTRAWBfRRfES.... Bartlett Pears StiU FARM EOUIPMiNT GMC TRUCKS " *^P ^^^WP^Wr " ^^BKi^HBHe^lpl^ qRK^ FtRMTONE TIKIS ^^^B|^~^^WRI& flMi^^^PISp ^P^WPW^B *^PBPB^^F-| T*W»F»SPv l^T ^BIpBp^WRp t ^r*^ ^CTRW ^^^^^^^^ .^^Hi^^^. CLWGPfACHfJ 310.89° Tasty, Juicy R*d •Bra I - c ^ ^^•V^^svCi Mil UA I WN» **** 'STRAWKR'S Gold Seel Swest Mixed - qt. j«r PICKIES.... ^•P^P

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