The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 31, 1957 · Page 4
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4—Affofio (la.) Upper DM Moines Thursday, October 31, 1957 New Arrivals For Several LuVerne Homes LuVerne — Mr and Mrs J<>hr Bhiiner are the parent* of ar. eight pound, two ounco sou, b.in. Thursday. Oct. 24, in St. Ann hospital. Algona. They have n daughter and thrc? other sons Her mother, Mrs Helm Wood of Algona L« assiVing in the Blumoi home. Mr and Mr? Max King of Algona are the parents of an eight pound, three ounce daughter. Kathy Lynn born Thursday. Oct. 24 in St. Ann hospital. They have a son Kurt and a daughter Kolleen. Mrs King is the former Marjory Holmes, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clifford Holmes, Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Harold Hansen have news of the birth of a ten pound daughter Jody Lynn, born Oct. 16 to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Roger Mortensbak living in Norwaek. Calif. They have two other daughters, Susan and Pamela. Mr? Mortensbak is the former Nordis Hansen. Auxiliary Meels Mrs Merlyn Bahmann \vaf hostess to the Auxiliary Unit at they met in the Legion Hall. Wednesday evening. Mrs Allen Blake presided. The unit voted $10 for the Community Chest. $2 for Christmas candy and $2 for a loom for the home at Woodward, Iowa. Youth Fellowship The Youth Fellowship meeting was held Thursday evening in the rooms of the Evangelical United Brethren Church with hostesses, Shirleen, Jerry and Henry Schnetzer. Thirteen were in attendance. The devotions and lesson study was given by Maybelle Maass and Linda Clark, Margene Merkle had the entertainment. Mrs Eunice Meyer teaching in the grades in the Atticia school spent the weekend at her home here. She also attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs Mathilda Meyer. Mr and Mrs Charles Wolf of Fort Dodge visited Friday evening in the home of Mrs Clara Woli and Mrs Kate Barton, hi? sister-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle. Charles and Margene were guests Sunday in LeMars with his sister, Miss Esther Merkle. Miss Merkle formerly of LuVerne. heads the library department of Westmar College there. Miss Janice Heine, in nurse? training at the University in Iowa City spent over Sunday with her father, Emil Heine and Roger. Beulah and Doris Eggleston ot Des Moines visited Saturday and Sunday in the parental Geo. A. Eggleston home. Mr and Mrs John Bockes. daughters, Kathy Bockes, Mr and Mrs Stanley Genrich were Sunday guests in the home of his brother, .the Ray, Bockes family in Waterloo. They took Kathy to Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, after she was ill at her home here the past week lyith the flu. . Edward Blumer was a medical patient in St. Ann hospital. Algona, Tuesday to Sunday the past week. He suffered an in- jyry Tuesday when at a business Establishment in Emmetsburg he fell down a flight of stairs. M: Blurner lives in Algona, Gail Stoddard and baby of Ofutt Air Base, Omaha, Neb. visit s»d in the Mrs Marie Studdard h nne Thursday to Saturday Gaii, who spent ten dr,y< »:i ';ir- loiitih here relumed to the base with his family. Mr and Mrs Edward Lenz visited Sunday in V-nrent will their son, Harry Lenl and family. Visitors Sunday in the Hu.ah Shirk home wen- Mr and Mrs Charles Wolf of Font Dodge. formerly of LuVtrne. Mrs Clara Rogers returned Sunday from a week's visit with her daughter, Mrs Jack Lcwarne and family in For! Dodge. Harold Traugcr, Jon Nelson and James Mallory left Saturday noon for some deer hunting in Wyoming. Fred Goetsch called Thursday in Missouri Valley with the former Mr and Mrs Bill Olson. The Olsons who owned the Cornet- Grocery here, now own a Motor Court there. They asked to be remembered to all former friends here. Fred was enroute from trucking a load of cattle to the Omaha Market. Mr and Mrs Fritz Bily and children visited Friday to Sunday with friends, Mr and Mrs John Maher family in Woonsocket, South Dakota. Also friends in Howard and Artesian, S. D where the Bily family had lived. Fritz enjoyed some pheasant hunting while there. Mrs Jessie Sanford had as guests Sunday, her daughter, Mr and Mrs Irvin McGowan and children of Clear Lake. Ronald Martin, Bucna Vista College, Storm Lake visited his parents ,Supt. and Mrs B. E Martin over Sunday. Mr and Mrs L. S. Pearson have a guest in their home the past week, Mrs Kathryn Burtis of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Earl Wertz of Graymont, 111 .were recent visi- toTs here and also looking after their farming interests. Mrs Albert Hefti went to Aurelia, Sunday, to' assist in the home of her daugher, the Harlan Helm family, suffering with the flu. L Honor Roll At Twin Rivers Hi The honor roll for the first six weeks of the first semester at the Twin Rivers High School at Bode includes the following students Ronald Coleman, Martin Malmin, Jerry Mitsven, Sharon Holmberg, Donna Layton, Sharon Sloddard, Patty Struthers, Joan Clarken, Jan Hansen, Fred Johnson, Douglas Daniels, John Groh, Don Waechter, Patty Berge, Ruth Ann Clark-«-Rhyllis Zeman, ' Marian Becker* ""afid Nancy Tompkins. The honor roll consists of students who receive no grades below "B." Ledyard Birthday Helping Mrs Wilbur Boeckholt of Ledyard observe her birthday recently were Mr and Mrs Stanley Larson, and Mr and Mrs Bert Johnson and Bernita of Burt, and Mr and Mrs Albert Metzger of Lone Rock. The Boeckholts were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the Clarence Cook home. The Algona Post Office will be closed Armistice Day, Tuesday, Nov. 11. There will be no mail deliveries of any kind and no window service. All incoming and outgoing mail will be worked as usual. The lobby will be open, from 6 a.m. to 1 p.m. BIG ONE Ruth Scott of Leon recently caught a large channel catfish at a private lake west of Leon. The fish weighed IBVz pounds and measured 34 inches in length. It's Amazing!! with revolutionary JLl! LU }( iLlLULLJLirt m\ AUTOMATIC GAS CLOTHES DRYER #&#&?£ Drying Principle Cute drying time I Cuts fuel Costs I 'fernf pny <frytr vity gty fcf I • Burner Guaranteed For life • No Hot Clothes To Handle • Revolutionary Automatic Door 9 Simple One Knob Control t Waist Hi 9 h Lint Drawer — on display at Thermogas Your Dryer Service Center *l» Payi To Buy Where Yew Find Strvise" Thermogas Co. of Algona S PHIUIPS TROPICAL PINEAPPLE PIE NON FAT DRY MILK INSTANT PET .. V£ 33c S Tablespoons melted butter or margarine 4*oz. can shredded coconut (1V4 cups) 9>0z. cat) crushed pineapple (do not drain) 1 cup water 1 Tablespoon lemon juice VS cup sugar J4 teaspoon salt 2 eggs, separated 1 pkg. lemon gelatin Vi cup INSTANT PET (in dry form) DURKEE'S SHREDDED COCONUT 7OZ. BAG 25c LIBBY'S CRUSHED PINEAPPLE NO. 211 CAN 19c Mix butter and coconut. Press in bottom and on sides of 9-in. pie pan. Bake near center of $00 oven (slow) for 15 to 20 min., or until golden brown. Cool. In lli-qt. saucepan mix pineapple, Vi cup of the water, lemon juice, sugar, salt and egg yolks. Cook and stir over medium heat until mixture comes to full, all-over boil. Take from heat. Stir in gelatin until dissolved. Chill until as thick as unbeaten egg whites. Put egg whites, remaining Vi cup of the water and INSTANT PET into iVi-qt. bowl. Beat with rotary beater or electric beater at high speed until mixture stands in peaks. Beat in pineapple mixture gradually until well mixed. Let stand a few min., until mixture mounds when dropped from spoon. Put into cool coconut shell. Chill until firm. KRAFT'S ORANGE DRINK 46 OZ. CAN 19c GOOCH'S PANCAKE MIX 3V4. LB. BAG 35c Swift's Premium Sweet Smoked LEAN - SLICED HILLS BROS. 1 LB. CAN Decker's lowana Tempting Flavor A THRIFfY MEAL DUNCAN MINES FROZEN for $1* TENDER SLICED LB. TASTE OF SEA PERCH... LB. 33c FRESH! SOLID PACK OYSTERS! From Young Corn Fed Porkers' CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS GENUINE CHOICE CUTS SPRING LAMB MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY PENICK WAFFLE SYRUP ... 5 LB. PAIL Wheaties 12 OZ. BOX For Dishes Lux Liquid 12 OZ. CAN Hart Brand Blackberry , Pie Mix NO, 2 CAN 2 { OIANT CANS WESSON OIL PINT BCffltll- CHICKEN OF SEA CHUNK STYLE TENDERLEAF BLACK BOX OF 48's MEINZ Ketchup CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE 4 ROLL PACK 29c HERSHEY'S INSTANT COCOA MIX !/ 2 LB. BOX 23c KRAFT'S MIRACLE WHIP 16OZ. JAR 29c FRESHWRAP WAX PAPER 100 FT. 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