The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1959 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 8, 1959
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£ '£ &"y * :,, ?' ••"' t, f i . IRVAU) vt#j SHOP FOR •f/ FOLGERS Ivr-i SPRY 3 LB. TIN Hood's Price, Only Premium Quality NBC SODA CRACKERS 1 LB. BOX No. 5 Can HI-C ORANGE DRINK • " f 4 For $1. Hl-C PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT DRINK .£.' 29c ^ Del Monte No. 303 , Cream or Whole Kernel Corn 6 For $1.00 V ! . I No. 303 Can DEL MONTH PEAS 6 For $1.00 HUMPTYDUMPTY SALMON 39c 1 LB. TIN Delicious Luncheon Meat ARMOURS '?REAT" 49c LB. AT HOOD'S WOT LESS FOR BETTER HORMEL DAIRY FILL YOUR FREEZER SHOULDER 10c SPECIALS lOc No. 303 Can Allison's PREPARED SPAGHETTI "Jiffy" SPICY BROWNIE MIX No. 303 Can American " ". BEAUTY KIDNEY BEANS 7 Oz. Can Royalty CRUSHED PINEAPPLE PRICES QUOTED IN THIS AD GOOD THURSDAY, JAN. 8* THRU MONDAY, JAN. 12* PORK HOCKS ... SPARE RIBS BEEF LIVER, Choice PORK SAUSAGE, HAMS, HOME MADE Skinless, defatted, Butt Half LB. 29c LB. 25c LB. 49c Just Arrived .... Another Truckload Of NEW YORK TYPE BEEF FRONT Always A Large Selection On Hand I Make Hood's Your Quality Beef Headquarters For '59. LB. 45c BEEF CASINGS ! ALL KINDS OF FISH IN 5 LB. PACKAGES ! PAN-O-CAKE •W ^Bl^ ^jHr ^PUB ^^BP ^(^Wl MJ^W»^B^^ LARGE 18 OZ. •P wmim •IM ^n REGULAR SIZE, 2 FOR 65c Banquet Frozen Dinners. TURKEY CHICKEN BEEF For $' Chef Boy-Ar-Dee PIZZA PIE MIX :. - 45c Stokely's FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 2 Cans 49c ALL FLAVORS MARIGOLD ICE CREAM !/ 2 Gallon 89c NO. 1 LARGE TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT 10 For 49c DELICIOUS APPLES 4 l 49c Finest Quality, Number One RED POTATOES 50 LB. BAG SUPER -'VAiU Algona (la.) Upper De* Moine« Thunday, Jan. 6, CarlGroh,% LuVerne, Dies Rites Tuesday — Funeral serviceis ! ar Carl Groh, 3fi, LuVerne, were icld Tcusday at 2 p.m. in Ziori Lutheran church with Rev, Louis WH.tenburg officiating. Burial was in Union cenv otrry nl. Livermore. Mr Groh died Saturday at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, He hnd not been well for several yenrs. Surviving are his wife, Marjorie, a son and daughter, Jerry and Diane, his parents, Mr and Mrs John Groh, and a sister, Mrs Daryl Frederick, Livermore. Mr nnd Mrs James Stahl are parents of their first child, a .seven pound eight ounce baby daughter, Paula Jean, born Tuesday, Dec. 30 in St. Ann hospital, AJgona. Mrs Stahl, the former Leona Reding is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Pete Reding of Algona. Paternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Paul Stahl of Lu- Vernp. : Mrs Kate Barton has returned from a two month visit with her son, the Neal Barton family at Knife River, Minn., 'and her daughter, the Dwight Hardgroves in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Max Patterson attended the funeral of her nephew, Merle Broadie in Polk City, Dec. 31. Mrs Eleanora Eustace returned Saturday from a holiday vacation with her daughter, the Allen Wilsons in Kansas City. Jurinne Schneider concluded her holiday vacation with her parents, the Albert Schneiders and returned to Los Angeles, Cal., where she is in the employ of the F.B.I. ' Rita Patterson celebrated her tenth birthday Jan. 4 in the home of her parents. The Henry Martys and Marie Kay visited recently at Genoa, 111., with their daughter, the. Eddie Link family. Sandra Stripling of Spencer visited over the weekend with her mother, Mrs Jessie Stripling and family. Mrs Elmer Emery of Fort Doflge visited Sunday in the Mrs Jessie Stripling home. Mr and Mrs Robert Etzen entertained 20 friends New Years , eve. Cards were played and aV-' pot-luck lunch was .served. Mr and Mrs G. A. Eggleston, daughters, the Charles Nygaarda of Wesley and Mrs Arthur Henrjf f of Pocahontas visited over Sun- I day with their daughters and > sisters, Beulah and Doris Eggles- •,; ton in Des Moines. : : New Years guests in the par- i ental Henry J. Hinz home included Mrs Harley Rusher, Curtis and Pamela of Bancroft. The Henry Kublys, Edwin M-artys, Janice Marty and Arnie Elbert of Algona visited in the Eldon Marty home at Waltham, Minn., Sunday. Mr and Mrs Dennis Carroll left; Jan. 6 for Houston, Texas to. visit their daughter/ Denise. Mrs Edward Dehnert entered Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Saturday for observation and treatment. Ringsted Man Sets Mark On Vacation Ringsted — Richard Cherland of the Ringsted high school faculty made quite a name for himself during the Christmas vacation. While Mr and Mrs Cherland and family were visiting Mrs i Cherland's folks at Minneota, 1 : Minn., Dick was persuaded to« bowl at the local Emporium. After warming up the first game Dick proceeded to run 8 strikes on the* second. Not wanting to upset the apple cart in Minnesota and the world of bowling he gallantly rolled 264. This broke the record score. Mr Cherland did bowl occasion- • , ally about 15 years ago but has practically not touched the ball since. When asked about his success of the evening he modest-' 1 ly says, "I flubbed! I just got lucky." * Engagement Announced Mr and Mrs W. D. Peterson announce the engagement of their daughter, Dorothy Sherry,, to Edward Laverne Anderson, son . of Mr and Mrs Rudloph Andes- , son,- Ellendale, Minn, I Both are students at Mankato State College, Dorothy, a, senioir • in Home Economics and Ed, a business administration major. • They have no definite wadding,,! • plans. •,-.,' Mr and Mrs Lee Moore Ringsted left for Jefferson' §W? Years day and foj* .poijits .s,ou,$k,;l u - : where they expect to sn winter traveling, "One f places 'Ifcey expesi ' with their son A TIT 1 A fuel B*j T , reat upside dowo

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