The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 29, 1957 · Page 25
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 29, 1957
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LOCALS Mr and Mrjs Al Arjena have returned from a vacation in northern Minnesota where they did some fishing. Dr. snd Mrs Bierman and children of Newark, N. J. were Sunday guests at the Mark Stanton residence. Mr and Mrs Harry Hargreaves have had as guests their grandchildren Jean Marie and Robert Mathiasen of Council Bluffs. Mr an.d Mrs C. H. Bailey were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs C. N. Aalfs and sons, Gary and Bailey of Sioux City. On Friday, Aug. 30, beginning at 9:30 a.m. at Algona Moose Hall, the women of the Doan WSCS will hold a rummage sale. Coffee will, be served. Kenneth Hargreaves, son of Mr and Mrs Harry Hargreaves, came from Omaha, Neb., to visit his parents and brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Richard Cook. Mrs Imelda Engesser was visited last week Wednesday by her sister-in-law, Mrs Mary Schumacher of Des Moines. Mrs Millie Nolte accompanied her niece, Nell Wickey, to Crcsco Saturday and returned Sunday. They visited Mrs Wickey's daughter and family. Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority will hold its opening meeting for the 1957-58 season Tuesday evening, Sept. 3, at 8 p.m. at the home of Shirley Schenck. Marilyn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman has contracted to teach physical education in a junior-high school at Davenport. Mr and Mrs Art Wiese are moving to Minneapolis and '/will be located in an apartment near White ^Bear Lake. Mrs Wiese plans to resume her work as cosmetologist. Mr and Mrs Fred Erickson were visited recently by Mr and Mrs Clifford Peck of Cedar Falls who came to attend the 'glad" show. Mrs Peck and Mrs Erickson are cousins. Mrs Robert Barnes, president of Newcomers Club, is having an open house for all prospective new members at her home at 114 E. Grove Thursday, August 29, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. Mr and Mrs Ralph Donovan had their daughter, Mrs Jack Wittern and children, Mike, Mark, Tim and Jackie of Worthington, Minn., as guests last week. Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman and the latter's sister, Mrs Edna Teeter, have been visited by their sister, Mrs William Barnes, Margaret and Gary of Portland, Ore Mr and Mrs Floyd Hulzell moved to Cherokee last week where Floyd is to teach Industrial Arts They were graduated from the Iowa State Teachers college last spring. Mr and Mrs G. A: Sharp had as guests last week Mrs Olive Fisher -of Swea City, Mrs Buma Schwartz and daughter of Goodland, Minn., Mrs William Thompson and Neva of Lone Rock, and Mr and Mrs Barton Boehlmer and family of Hampton. Mrs Nell Wickey, former resident who has made her home at Livermoro with her sister, Mrs Clarence Wells sincv her husband passed away last February has accepted a position at Rapid City, S. D. and will start her new job on Sept. 1st. Mr and Mrs Perry Collins have had the latter's mother, Mrs Edith Fritz of Menlo as guest the past week. The visitor and Mr and Mrs Collins drove to Cherokee Sunday to see Mr and Mrs Floyd Hutzell, who moved there rC M?in'd Mrs John Claude have had as guests the latter's mother and husband, Mr and Mrs Venv^ McManamy and Mr and Mrs Thomas Doming and children Kathy, Andy and Ellen of Sioux Ernest Keatney weni to Iowa City this week for a checkup at the University hospital. Mrs Emma Crouch had as dinner guests last Sunday her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs A. J. Onneren of Thor. Mr and Mrs Melvin Bay and family spent a weekend at Millard, Neb., with Mrs Bay's parents, Mr and Mrs C. F. Kuehl. Mr and Mrs Everett Barr and family recently returned from Sioux City where they had spent a week with the parents, Mr and Mrs Glen Sargeant. Mr and Mrs John Mahoney have been visited by their daughter, Mrs Lawrence Wier of Minneapolis, Minn. Frances Goecke has returned from Emmetsburg .where she had spent a week at the home of Mr and Mrs Quentinl Jamison. Mrs Alice Clayton spent the weekend at Livermpre with her son-in-law and daugjHter, Mr and Mrs.Harold Roethler. Dr. and Mrs F. E. Sawyer spent a weekend at Nevada with their son 7 in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs William New and family . Mr and Mrs James (Vpn Allen are parents of a daughter born Saturday morning at St. Ann hospital. She weighed six pounds and fourteen ounces. Mr and Mrs Ed Goecke were visited Sunday by the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Paul Rauch and family of Auburn. Mr and Mrs Reinhard Behnke have had as recent guests, Dr. and Mrs J. B. Waller and three daughters of Decatur, 111., and Ruth -Bchnke 'of Oak Park, 111. Mr and Mrs Malcolm Alexander of Algona were among 475 perr sons, who attended Walnut Grove's' Educational Conference in Des Moines, August 18, 19, and '20. Mrs Everett Baldus and children Diane and' Larry were at Newton for a few days with her sister and husband, Mr and Mrs "Chuck" Jensen and twin daughters, Andrea and Christine. Mr and Mrs Evereii Baldus were visited recently by Mr and Mrs Everett Gilliland of Bagley who were enroute to Rochester where Mr Gilliland was to go through the clinic. Mr and Mrs Ted Vera aro leaving this week for RoanoJte, Va., where they will attend the tenth annual reunion of World War II members of the 79th Infantry Division. Mr and Mrs Cleve Barton were Visited recently by the lattcr's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs J. R. Cook of Webb. They accompanied by their son- in-law, Don Lundahl of Rock Island. went to Iowa Falls a week ago Saturday to be with Mr Buscher who is employed there. Sunday Mr and Mrs Buscher went to Marshalltown to attend the wedding of Mrs Buscher's brother, Arthur Campney of Burl. Mr and Mrs Martin Becker and Mr and Mrs Thees Schnackenberg of LuVerne spent Tuesday at Des Moines attending the Iowa State Fair. The Beckers went again Thursday (today) and accompanied Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. Mr and Mrs Reinhard Behnke returned Friday from a vacation of a week. They accompanied Thursday, August 29. 1957 Algona (Iq.) Upper D*» Molnes-5 their daughter Ruth on an auto Mrs John Buscher and children trip to the Wisconsin Dells and Chicago. On their return trip they stopped at Waverly to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs H. A. Roschke. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Hargreaves had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Glen Cole,. Cindy and Helen of Fostoria, Ohio, Mr and Mrs Ray Kunzmann, Craig and Connie of Spencer, Mr and Mrs Ralph Elbert, Mrs Clara Hargreaves, and Mr and Mrs Dick McGinnis, Suzanne and Michael. Mrs Alice Ditsworih has had as recent guests her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Dick Ditsvvprth and sons John, Tom and Jim of East Lansing, Mich. From here they went to Ames to visit friends whom they knew wJien both were attending the Iowa State College. Mr Ditsworth teaches in the University. A farewell parly was given last week Thursday evoning at Mrs Veronica Roethler's for Mrs Minnie Matern who is moving to Stcvvartvillc, Minn. Twenty guests were present and cards were played. Mrs Tony Schmitt winning the high score prize and Josie McEvoy the low. The honoree was presented with a gift IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT this and daughter Cleone have returned from a vacation of a week spe fat West Okoboji. has been in DOS Moines summer supervising a er Cd. She will go to Mount Vernon September 6 to resume to third year at Cornell coUegcv The women of Doan Wbt-b observed their annual guest day Thursday, Aug. 15, by a tea. inviting the ladies Irom Wesl( y. Burt and Titonka WSCS. A mco program was enjoyed, with the guest speaker being Mrs .Burgess The Doan women will serve their annual harvest supper on Thursday, Sept. 12. The first Newcomers Club of the new season tin meeting which will Tuesday wish to attend may *2379 or CY 4-221B by SC Mrs 3 Glenn Culbertson and her mother Mrs Grace Thompson have returned from a where vacation they at- trip to Monona tended a family rc-union a the home of Mrs Thompson s me hu ' ILII. visited bv her «rancldaUBl. Patricia Hari«. dau«hU-r of " late Mr and Mrs Jl)L '.', I: '!•',•, ,V 1VV accompanied her iisi•-' dj Mrs Eugene Hanji of ndi.n- polls. Ind.. and came via pJ»» Mrs Eugene Hung came t > V^SM her pai'enl.s, /Mr. una-,w*; ^ , Walter, at WhUtemore^and 3t: a visit. FASTCO BRAND ream HAM Labor Gal. Brick '-•I. WILSON CETIFIED HAM HUMPTY DUMPTY SALMON 1 Lb. Can 49c BREAKFAST CEREAL i Post Toasties 18 oz. Box 25c SPECIAL BARGAIN FRESH FROZEN HALIBUT STEAKS Lb. I KRAFT'S PARKAY.... 2 1 Lb. Pkg. 59c \ DEL MONTE CATSUP .....2 14 oz. Bottles SHANKLESS - SKINLESS -~ DEFATTED ALL MEAT '-Specially Blended For Appetizing Flavor WEINERS and Sliced Large BOLOGNA Lb. GROUND 'FROM JUICT TENDER BEEF RED DOT - HILAND Chips Twin Pack Box (Ground Beef) Lb. 1 LB. 3 Pounds ,9.9c — Meat Prices Effective Thursday, Friday & Saturday — TASTEGOOD CHEESE SPREAD 33c KRAFT'S Quart Jar HY-POP POPCORN 2 Lb. Bag GERBER STRAINED BABY FOOD J ^ 49c FLAVOR-KIST OATMEAL - SUGAR Reg. Pkg. HOLLY'S FINE GRANULATED 10 Lb. Bag VANISH BOWL CLEANER King Size PILLSBURY ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX ft HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 16 oz. Cans We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities NO. 1 RED POTATOES 39c 10 LB. BAG SUNKIST LEMONS Doz. 39c •r.iMi.iiii.1 .. .yl •• ;, „ /11 -I

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