The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 3, 1957
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l-Aftfma (la.) Wpptt On MeHtu Thmdoy, OttaW §, t9!f Many Visitors At Lu Verne Pancake Day LuVefne — Mr and Mrs Francis Sanford and family of Bndper visited his mother, ' Mrs Jessie Sanford Saturday and attended the Pancake Day celebration. Daryl Moeding and son Dana visited Saturday afternoon in the parental William Moeding home. Supt. and Mrs B. E. Martin were weekend guests in the home of their son, Mr and Mrs Larry Martin at Newell. Mr and Mrs Otto Wesling and LaVerla, Mr and Mrs Willis Mai shall and children of Algona visited here Saturday afternoon and attended the Pancake Day Carl Groh 61 Charles City spent the weekend with his wife and daughter, Mrs Groh and Diane. Carl is now enrolled at the Midland Linotype school there. Mrs Dale Braynard, music Instructor 5n the Webster school, spent the weekend with her father, Van Hansen, and sister, the Allyn Brink family. Donald Baker, Buena Vista College, Storm Lake, was a weekend guest in the parental Cecil Baker home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Oberhelman took her brother, Carl Reddel to Des Moines where he left for Glendale, Calif., where he has employment with carpenter work. Miss Janice Heine, freshman in nurses training in the State University at Iowa City spent the weekend in the parental, Amel Heine home and also attended the wedding Saturday afternoon fast. of her bfothef Batnetl and fiafltee ttifttelnlftit Luke Churcn fn PdfrtoiK Mr and Mrs Ctoefcce accompanied fey Si«Sfi of Algona visited FlWfif day in the home d! ttfv Art Weise in St. Ptelf mm. Mfi Weise is sister of Mrs and mother of Sandra. Weekend trisitofi jfl Ifes Merkle home were her brtrtftff, Mr and Mrs Eafl Lehmann, som Larjry and Sill/ ttf Sea Mblnei. Mf and M» boftald PottSf and daughter of Pott D were weekend j-felots In the ental Bonnie EllifriW home. Charles Le^wfiC Jr.. lil« fionnstetter of IttWtf Stale Teach- ers College, Cedaf Palls, and Kenneth Stripling 6t MorfUng- stde College, Siou* City spent the weekend at their homes here fftd attended the Paftcake Day eelebratlon. Mrs Edmund Vorlaftd and son fusene of dear Lake visited het parents, the Nels Jensen family aftd attended the Pancake Day Mrs Katie Martrman' of fteft- wlck visited SflturHay with her son, the Irvin Markmahs arid daughter Monica. She alto attended the Pattcake Day Cele- bfation. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Roweii, children, Paith Ahfi arid Larry of Garner attended the Pancake Ground fftsy eeiobrattdn Mfe tatttffty. the ftowen fsftiil? were the owners of the Cofttet Store, oWft- ed how by Mr ahd Mrs Jerry Stilte. Mr and Mrs Ray Wagner of Maynard, Iowa visited in the horns of their son-in-law and daughter, .Mr and Mrs Harry Naffziger, Judith and fcaVid. Together they visited relatives of Mrs Wagner at Pipestone, Minn. Weekend guests in the Lawrence O. Miller home was their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs .Dwight Savage of Council Bluffs. Mr and Mrs bennis Schulz and baby, of Watertown, Minn, came Saturday for a week's visit With their Barents, the Herman Scnulz and Otto Ramufi families. Dennis, a telegrapher, if nofr iftdv- ing to Mound, Minn 1 . Weekend guests in the parental Bett Thomas home was their daughter, Mr alid Mrs Eddie Six, Cheryl and Rhonda of Melchor. Jerry Groh of Perry was a weekend visitor ifi the home of Ms patents attd sister, Mr and Mrs Carl Groh and tHatte. Michael Dennis, son of Mr arid Mrs tennis Schute of Minneapolis, was christened Sunday morning in the LuVettie Methodist Church with the Rev. Worthie U. tisher officiating. A diftnei honoring the baby was held fol lowng the service to the howl of Mr tnd Mrs Otto Ramus, pat' ents 61 Mrs Dennis Schulz lot relatives . Guests in the Robert Hardcopf» Sf., home ate Mrs Robert Hardcopf, Jr., children, Jari and Robbie of Kansas City. Other week> end guests in the senior Hard* copf home were their daughter, Mr and Mrs David Harper, David; «ft., and Jean. David Harper, * three year pre-fnedSc student at Buena Vista College, was not able to continue his course at S. U. 1., Iowa City, as the quota was filled. They are now living in Britt where David is an x-ray and laboratory technican at Hancock Memorial Hospital. - BARGAIN BARGAIN - SELECT QUALITY SWEET SMOKED Swifts Prtmium BACON RED RIPE TOMATOES POUND _Hb.l9c FRESH GROUND FROM JUICY TENDER BEEF ROSEDALE Ground Beef Ibs. s P E A S 2 No. 303 Cans •ALLSWEET HOME GROWN HEAVY SPRING ROASTING CHICKENS LS. 39C BEAUTIFUL FOWL! BUY NOW! OUR U.S. CHOICE BEEF QUARTERS FOR YOUR HOME FREEZER OR LOCKER KRAFT Velveeta Cheese FILLET OF OCEAN PERCH Margarine 2 1 Lb. Pkgs. Fresh Solid Pack OYSTERS New Pack, For Pies; Bulk Mince Meat FOLGERS COFFEE Lb. Con — CHOICE VEAL & PRICE EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY OHIO I Matches 6 Box Carton WAXTIX Wax Paper Rolls 47c 23c NESTLE'S Chocolate Chips LIMIT - 1 - PLEASE SKILLET BEAN BURGERS 1 -lb. ground lean beef % tcaspboa pepper 1 tablespoon hot shortening */4 cup catsup *A cup Imtattt Pet 1 »lb. can red beam (in dry form) (do not drain) 2% teaspoons onion salt 8 split sandwich bum' Brown beef slowly in shortening in 10-in, skillet. Stir with" fork now and then to break up meat. Spoon off any fat in skillet. Stir in a mixture of Imtattt Pet, onion salt, pepper, catsup and beans. Heat until learning hot. Spoon into buns. Serve hot, 2 to a serving. YOU'LL NEED: Ground Beef Ib. Ketchup Red Beans c r. Heinz's King 20 Qz. '57' Size Bottle -.... Sandwich Buns Instant Pet 25C 33? Reg. Pkg. 13Oz. Non Fat Jar Dry Milk .., KELLOGG'S Cornflakes Giant Box 2SC HI - C Grape Drink 46 OZ. CAN 25C FAVORKIST Saltines SCHILLING'S 1 Lb. Box Pumpkin Pie Spice • • • e^ 2 No. 303 Cans 39C RED DOT ^^^f ^Qil^r ^f& ^P^PF ^BpF ^ff£F 1 Lb. Box B-Z 0RAND 10 Oz. Jar 196 HUNT'S Prune Plums No. 2Vft Cans LIBBY'S Pumpkin.. Wesson Oil I No. 303 Cans Quart Bottle 25c 65c GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 10 LB. BAG RIAL GOLD Orange Base. 2 ESQUIRE LIQUID Shoe Polish.. I c°: 29c 29c FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 96 * SIZE (FOR29c

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