The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 3, 1957
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14*1 Kelley Mrs Elmer kelley was hostess to the members of her card club Wednesday afternoon. Sewing Club M*«l* Mrs J. f. ttofhis entertained her sewing club members Monday afternoon. Ifrlhday Club Mrs Frank Ostriim entertained the members of her birthday club Tuesday evening. The birthday of Mrs Ralph Brown was observed. Sewing (Jroup Hottest Mrs decil Mctlfifials waa iss to her sewing club members Tuesday afternoon. 94 t*m Old Mr and Mrs Ray Schilrhoeller went to Granyille, Tuesday, to attend a fenHiy esielft-alkm ef the birthday of the former's father Herman Schiimdellefj who observed his 14th anniversary. f 6 Ac! At SptJhsot Mrs Paul Seeley and soft Mark are goifig to LeSeuer, Minn., Saturday, and Sunday will attend the confirmation 'of the grandson Michael Gergfen, sotl of Mr and Mrs Robert tJergeh.. Mark will be one of the sponsors. Vttiiott : Mr firtd Mrs L. 6. lc«i Sf Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada visited from Wednesday to Stint-flay df ItSt «refek at the home of Mr aftd Mrs Sill Naylor. They had been vacationing at Miami, Fla. and were enroute home. Silver Wedding -Mrs Sylvester Arndorfer, Mrs CBris Reece and Mrs Oflan Rtftledge are arranging an open house for Mr and Mrs John Folh in celebration of their 2Sth Wfed* ding anniversary. The celebration will be held at the home of Mr and Mrs Foth, 513 North Trtorington street, Sunday, Oct. 8. The hours are from 2 till 5 in the afternoon and from 7 till 6 in the evening. f?o formal HI* Citations have been issued fl* frept to relatives and frieipa living at a distance. Friends am relatives are eofflially invited II attfnd. Af t>.A.fc. Mfrcllng A ft«*tmg of O.A.R.s o! the 1 Northwest district was held FM* day at Emmetsburg. ftepreseJll^ iftf tfce lc*al chapter were Opal Bfttiffte, Carrie Bourne, LetJtt cfeigel, B^rtfi sehefttei, Elizabeth Schenck and Dot Smith. Ac$l* Vities began with a coffee ttti* morning. Mrs W,. A. Barry Jr., and faffl* ily, Mr ana Mrs Gene M»od afta Mary Jean and Mf and Mrs Paul Seeley attended the wedding Saturday morning at ten o'clock of Faber Hood, son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hood, to Colefen Stumps, irt Corpus Christi Catholic church at Fort Dodge. A reception at the Waukofisa hotel followed the ceremony. The bridegroom is a brother of Mrs Barry. Pol Luck Supper A pot-luck family supper was held Sunday at Mr,and Mrs Brady Rovn's in honor of the birthdays of Mr Rovn and daughter Jean. In attendance were Mr and Mrs Lehman Rovn of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Martin Rovn, Mr and Mrs Ralph Rovn of Armstrong, Mr and Mrs Arnie Rovn and Cahnen, Mf and Mrs ftobert Ntelstn and Mm Myttli ftfeftms- sen of Ringed. Bit fe Dpttt Suppct Alfona Sit & Spur dlub enjoyed § ftotluek suppet at the shelter house Thursday evening, Sept. 26 with 45 members present. The purpose of the meeting was to elect two officers to replace Mary George and Clare Roepke who have left town. Joyce Graham was elected Sec- freas. to serve the rest of this year and Jerry McVay, director to serve the remainder of this year and the following year. CONSUMER'S The Town and Country club CONSUMER'S Jffeftday, October S, WS? Alfldno fte.j ypptf Dil members met Sept. 26 at the borne of Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer to surprise them on their tweitty-fifth wedding anliver- sary which was Sept. 27. A silver tfay wa$ presented to the hofiorees. Ah anniversary cake was baked by MrS Philip Arndorfer ahd decorated by Mrs Jack Kutschara ana' a lunch Was brought by the gftmp. Present at the gathering were Mr and Mrs Magnus Rahm, Mr and Mrs George Greih, Mr and Mrs Don McCarthy, Roman Arefld. tiofothy Arndorfer, Mr and Mrs l"ony Grandgenett, Mr aftd Mrs John Preuschl, Mr and Mrs Jack Kutschara, Mr and Mrs Jo€ IfSfWer, Mr% Martitt and Mr and Mrs Philip Arftdorffer, Portland Twp. Oitinet Mr and Mrs ftay Ladendotflj the former's mothen Mrs Lolw Ladendorff, Mrs Margaret ftetd, daughter Jane and Jane's fiance Wilbur Bfftfler were guests ol Mr and Mrs Lloyd Baftlett fof dinner Sunday. The feartlett* live on a farm in Portland town* ship. The dinner was given ift honor of Mr and Mrs Lawfeftce Wiltse of Knox, M. D. Mr Wiltse is a cousin of the fiartletts. Twenty-nftae guests fe|»fesentini eight families welre present from North Dakota, Miftfl&seta, CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S CONSUMER'S FOR A 'HEAP BIG WEEK - END' AT CONSUMERS! SPRY 3 LB. CAN FIRM, FRESH JONATHON Apples 4 Ibs. 39* NO. 1 SWEET POTATOES Lb. lOc CRANBERRIES..... Lb. 29c LARGE CELERY Stk. 19c CONSUMER'S MEAT DEPT. FLORIDA OOID FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6 cans 89c ' ' PAK ICE CREAM HALF GALLON HUMPTY - DUMPTY KELLOGG'S CORN 12-OZ. BOX Flakes. .4 for We RICE 9V 2 OZ. BOX Krispies 3for79c ROBIN HOOD 25-lb. Bag Flour : 1. FRESH - LEAN PORK ROAST TRIMMED POUND LARGE SIZE PERFEX DEXOL IK •YOUNG -TENDER BEEF ROAST TRIMMED POUND 39 A and a SWIFT'S PREMIUM TENDER FRYERS CHICKEN AND - V2 - HALF FOR CUDAHY'S PURITAN BRAND ni* i n oliced Bacon 1 - POUND CELLO PKG. 59C FOR INDIAN SUMMER OUTDOOR BROILING U. S. Choice Boneless CLUB STEAKS Canned Fruit Riot!! HUNT'S FRUIT Cocktail TALL 300 CAN Hunt's Fruits-Heavy Syrup Pack!!! LARGE SIZE NO. 2'/2 CANS Prune-Plums DOLE HAWAIIAN CANS FOR CRUSHED - SLICED - CHUNK - TIDBITS NO. 211 SIZE CANS LIBBY'S THICK CUT GRAPEFRUIT JUICE : UU • CREAMED, FRESH . CUT DRIP OR REGULAR LONGHORN CHEESE NEW WOK-END SHIPMENT IN OUR NEW MEAT COOLED! jef Quarters Young 90*100 Lb, Corn-Fed Heifer new, larger Meal Cooler tnablw uc lo have n much, much larger selection o* thene splendid 9*f| QuMtt« - |o ycu cwi ae riaW in witJ» wu IwJt Jhem ovw, Pick tht eat f«U woal. W| GUT/ WfiAP AMP MARK (No Free?w B«?n) FBKt Qf EXTRA CHABGE1 vs a- LARGS NO. 2H CAN CONSUME ''HAPPY HdST it OR DOLE HAWAIIAN

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