The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1957 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 10, 1957
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Moln* Thundav !»n*j. LOCALS Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster went to DCS Moincs Monday to attend a Homo Federal meeting. Or. R. A. Evans and daughter, Mrs Ralph Tmplry of Sioux Fall? were recent guests of Mrs Clair Keith. Mrs Elsie Jenkins and her brother. Fred Urch. of West Concord, Minn., have been here Visiting Mrs Urch's son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Ron- aid Gardner. PH»b* tfthttfwd Sal). day from the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he had major surgery several days ago. Mr* S. E. MeMahon was titii- ed last weekend by Catherine Kam of Des Moines who was here to transact business. Mf and M*g W, A. Batff had as recent guests Mr and Mrs Charles Kollasch of St. Paul. Mrs Kollasch is a cousin of Mrs Barry.' Mrs Kale Wefttoet had a* guests Saturday Mrs Calvin Vaudt and children of Seneca, Mrs Kenneth Johnson and children and Mrs Harold Eimers *tf and Mrs Herman Warmbtef are at Rochester. Minn., and the former is undergoing treatments. Rav Walker has returned to work for the National By-Products Company. He was laid up awhile with gangrene in a hand caused by a scratch. Mr and Mr* Gale Stockwell are going to Manchester today (Thursday) to visit Mr and Mrs Clifford Jennings. They will also visit relatives at Cedar Raoids. Mr and Mrs Oail Towne and the former's brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Paul Towne of Davenport spent last week at •Reding, Minn., the men doing some fishing. *ftd M*»»tfia Smith fptni Tuesday at D«S ffoines the former attending a meeting of dtv clerk*. Mr and Mrt Mallard Sftfdf* Jr. of Albert Lea,* Minn, spent the weekend at the parental Milliard Synder Sr. and fiafl MUler homes. Mr and Mr* Jam« Allw mtt visited Saturday by the former's neice and husband, Mr and Mrs Cecil Benner and daughter Barbara of Clinton. Mrs^Benftef is the former Virginia flteod, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Good who lived here some time ngo. Mr Good was American Express agent here many years. Mr M»d Mf» Prank V«t ttitt returned from Iowa Falls where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Melvin Hulchinson and family. Darlen* Sko^sttem who it eft- rolled as freshtfsaft at Drake university, Des Moines, sbent the weekend here with her parents, Mr ahd Mrs Harry Skogstrom. Mtt Henty IfmMet el Am* strong, sister of Mrs Clarence Metzger, had^a coesarean performed Thursday p.m., Oct. 4, at Holy Family Hospital In fi&thef* ville. A seven month old, baby boy was delivered. Mrs Iitttiter, has been bedfast, for the past month. M* to* MM Pitt ttaltrtd had Hie fowner's cousin and wife, Mt and Mrs Olof Halsnid of Bode as guests Saturday. At ft*. Cen»« T win b* ft* freat Master of the «.7D, of A. Da? ttf Recollection Sunday, Oct. Jf n* 1 ?* G . tmi °* &> Cecelia C. D. of A. has invited women of the local parish and of nearby parishes to be guests. Mr and Mr* Raymond Kfamtt f«* Visited over the weekend by their daughter/Arlene who is attending a school of nursing at Marshalltown. She was accorft. panted by Mary Jo Thilges wha went on to her home at Esther* Ville. •< .. • .. '.""_ T#>*VV **»-f»* jgu"**. *MH*f WHffr ?*«mu«u Thursday from Colorado Springs, Colo., where she vacationed two weeks with her graitf soft and Ms wife, Mr aftd Mft itsnm Seiler and family. .t fl *%it*f ptoto*. euii Nelsoft of Ghicag hete and were classmates years ago. ih» many thousands . MU 5auItee Braves York Yankees over - BU1 . Mr Mrt JamH Walk** and tail Ray drove to Iowa Falls recently to see Mrs Walker's father, Joe Johnson, 92, who is in Ellsworth hospital with lobar pneu* monia. Mr and Mrt Gala were at Mason City last week Thursday to see their granddaughter Carol who was in Merely hospital With pneumonia. She is a daughter of Mi- and Mrs Fred Lassahn. The Stockwells spent the weekend at Minneapolis, Minn., with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson. (ffiM Cla«med» Pay Dltldsndi JIFFY BUTTERSCOTCH SAUCE 1 pkg. butterscotch instant pudding % cup dark corn syrup *A cup Pet Evaporated Milk Mix pudding with syrup in a 1-qt. bowl. Stir in milk gradually. Let stand at room temperature until thickened, about 15 min. Chill, and serve on ice cream, cake or puddings. Makes 2 cups. Not*: If sauce becomes too thick, add more evaporated milk until sauce is the way you like'it. RICH, SAVORY, MAKES A HEARTY MEAL! YOU'LL NEED: ROYAL INSTANT PUDDING 1 Reg. KARO DARK CORNSYRUP PET EVAPORATED MILK I Pkgs. 1!i Lb. Bottle Tall Cans 230 190 250 LEAN SHOULDER BUTT PORK MELLO, SWEET, SMOKED, SLICED, SWIFFS PREMIUM BACON LB. 590 YOUNG & TENDER OVEN READY SMALL SIZES LB. 430 WONDERFUL SMOKY FLAVOR - EXTRA LEAN, FULLY COOKED, RATH'S BLACKHAWK PICNICS LB. 490 FRESH GROUND BEEF LB. (HAMBURGER) 3 POUND $1.15 1*-WI W S9C FRESH OYSTERS MINCE MEAT FOR PIES SPICED HERRING DOLE PINEAPPLE CRUSHED - CHUNK 390 NO. 211 CANS NORTHERN 3 Reg. Rolls NORTHERN Large Boxes 350 PILLSBURY'S BEST KRAFT'S CARAMELS BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS WHEATIES SUNOL PRUNES 2 Lb. ! *wrofT 390 NESTLE'S BLEACH AN CLEANSER FLAVORKIST Graham Crack HOLLY - '•i~ *"< •:* T CAMPBELL'S Soup 3 10 Lb, WISCONSIN $rS?i ^X.8 CRANBERRIES 1 IB. BAG 19c WE RESERVE TUB RIGHT TO UMIT QUAKTJTlEi 230 490 250 CRACKERS 190 MARGARINE 90 290

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