The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1959 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 12, 1959
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r 2-Al 8 6no (lo.) Upp«r DM Moirits thursdoy, *t%. IS, 1959 Wesley Postmistress For 24 Years Retires Jan. 31 Wesley — Mrs fltazel derdles left by train Monday tor fcl Paso, Texas where she .r will spend some time with her daughter, Mrs (Lavon) Richard Mayes liid faftv Jan. 31 as postmaster after 24 Vi years of service. Irene Hanig, who has been em- ploye! as assistant the past four years has been appointed acting W'E HAVE THE GENUINE Shatterproof Flexible Long-Lasting Only26«L!n.Ft, ~»36 Iruhtt wld**~ postmaster. . . « Mrs H> E. Hefnmlfnl will con- tSnui to b* ettijrtoyid there. ttwmttawt iwJ W1nd»w». Emh l«rn, Pevltry and M»f Havt* Wlmtewt. taritth wait* • MilMl i»«vt», Until. |B>|»«. CUT WITH SHEARS & TACK ON—EASY To SEAL OR SEW;,:; A* Advertised In This Week's Farm & Home Section CULLEN HARDWARE the 12nd AnhUal Stockholders meeting of the Farmers Co-op Elevator Company will be held Monday nite, Feb. 18, at 7:30 in the school .auditorium. Richard 0. Byer of Sioux City will b« guest ipeaker. Priofe* are to be awarded and lunch served. All are welcome. To W«d MatthT Wedding Invitations are out for Nortria Jean Price, daughter of Mr and 'Mrs Charles Price and Valgettte HafrSeri, son of Mr and Mrs Theron Hansen. They will be married in the Methodist church Sunday afternoon March 8 at 2:30. * Emergency Operation Mrs Duane Vaudt of Forest City was taken to Mercy hospital, Mason City, Wednesday, Feb. 4 for an emergency operation for gall stones. Mr Vaudt's mother Mrs Herman Vaudt of Whittemore is in her son's hdme taring for the 4 weeks old daughter. Mrs Vaudt Jr, is the former 'Jdsn Price, daughter of Mr a$d ,Mrs Harold Price. !'• -\ t« , » ( •' ^ f ; Mr and Mrs'Larry YoungWirth entertained their 500 club Surfday evening* Feb. 8. ' ' *' Mrs J. L. Walker entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. • ' ' Leo Wagner has been ,a patient in the Britt hospital, with pneumonia. ', », •Matt Erdman was a patient in St. Ann, hospital,, ,Algoha,l jsev- cra! days last week lot condition. „> aft&Jtf* lick ., _,-. proud patents of their first soh bom Fridaft Febrttftr? 6 l» tHe Britt ftoKpitat < i) Prairie Neighbors hfeld a Valentine party irt the Nell Frimml home Tuesday afternoon^ > Mrs' Leo.Hanig was assistant hostess, Mr^ Herman fedde, Mrs 1 lamer Dou&harl. and, Mrs. Vicioi%Ldebifc attended the meeting of the Jolly Dozen at the Jack Devine home at Bfitt, Feb. 3. ^>; * Mrs Will.Cosgrove was tgk&n k> Rochester'Thursday wMer4;*hd will go through-' the' elinl£/ " Tom Lickteig, yottftgeil son dl the Lou Licktelgs arrived hdtttff Saturday night from Fort Hamilton, New Jersey, where he had received his discharge from 3 years"of ahny service. i Mr and Mrs Lickteig and Tom were > Sunday dinnef guests ol Albert Liekteig and children. ' Mr and Mrs J. P. Hauptman report a new grandson born Thursday, Feb. 5 to Mr and Mrs Virgil, Kunket of ^Bancroft at St> Ann hdspital, Algona. Mrs kott- kel is the lofmer Ruth Haup^- maiiM'* •; ' ' ^'.' , The baby'born to'Frank Rteh>( iters, Jan. 25, .w,as baptized Je^frjir, ^Lynn Siinday in St. Joseph's Catholic church. ' ,-.A breakfast will be served 4o fthe'public in St. Joseph's,parish t hall 'Sunday morning, F v eb.v22 after both masses by a C.D.A. 'Circle. i Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly, Mf& •Harold Eischen and children and, Mrs 1 Ftank Bleich went' to Fair^«, ,Vnont,'• where they visited their | 'niece;^ Mrs Don Potthoff who 'is >a patient in the, hospital. ,„ ,,^ Pfeffer of D6s Moines Was dvenute guest * i> *^c • ptized 3atholie Church by Father Btiekf iblz and hamed Jean EetfjerlneJ - Mr ahi'Mft Altfe'rf BIcMf oi fteth Fbrburger wete Sunday, " »b. 1 .guests ih the Leo Fuitet Sine in Albert Lea. ,-Th4 fqtfflet lUple were g£»<the tlsmib'f fi*E -jdlfc, Ur and Mrs t*Roy Bf|ke, Bill ^id Mike arrived hefttfe. Saturday pom a 2 weeks trip 1 * I? "' Arizona. ' i * Ed Dornbier wrote.his'folks •Clarence ttornbier from Alfcens, Gtreec6 lhat he has re»enUsted i« the army and will remain there 'at least another y,efir, He was married thferfe Nov. 8^ 1§5B. ( Mr and Mrs John Muehe eri"* tertained their 500 .club Sunday evening."' Luke YpUngwirth won . OVER .. • ' PEOPLE EAT AT THE : ALOONA' •'tf^f^VPf^f'' ' C'S'.Sif'itrt ' ' '.•GOFFfcG SHOP. : : 'v EACtt ffAYI. • " .. " WHY 130^7 YOU? ^ l«*,*-^(Wi'W^i|f,rt'W^ NATIONAL LEADS FOR LENT CHt STOP FISHING-START SAVING * FROZEN FOODS CUT BROCCOLI GREEN PEAS ° F S N FRENCH FRIES Qr S H i ^ ~^ 35 e 35° KING KORN STAMPS iMnunimiiiiiii^l K1MCKORH COCE 1 '• — > TAMI> ? • ffkCiEi. Wllh a purctiM* of S5 or'mort' • at NATIONflL COUNCIL OAK UWT ojifi borrow ' COCTON Rran BEJLCOSTOME* . , "ffRia'SO., , ,-o.s. j' I' f OR THAT INCIL TFOOO .STORES f I PRICES FOR THURS.,FR!..SAT., FEB.IZ-I QUANTITy RIGHTS RESERVED iStipecrt, BEANS SWIFT'S ^^^ „ *. , SKINLESS FlANKS ^ 47' m^^~^ " D. S. D. A. INSPECTED, GRADE A BEtTSVILtB --— SHIAU, SIZES. TEliDEK, OVEN BEADY, FEE LB. ' | rKEHii iiicen PORK LIVER' StlCED. EXTH* IEAN BOILED HAM % -.., COtBV IFOIt MACARONI CAUCItOLE) LONGKORH CHEESE r " wwv 49c r& Maple SYRUP I 30-OZ. BOTTLB BACON 49c 99C I BACON SQUARES .,.> 29C * LENTEN * SUGGESTIONS BOOTH'S NORTHEBH PIKE - i flULITS f « u, We BMTH'S LOBSTEft TWW * ft-Ofi *' ?'"' ' 98fi W».-.»»I.M»»4»«««"''M>""" "* . BH'wALLEtE PIKE ^.J 798 £1 FISH STICKS ' f HO. 1 FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT * 7Qc 96-Sln 09 6 NO. 1 TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT i 49" 48-Shf HO. 1 UWWASHBD RED PONTIflO POTATOES 10-Lb. 27' JOO-Lb. 139 JONATHAN WINESAP DEUOIOUS APPLES TOUK CHOICE 4 e 53' CAMP. 8UNKIBT HAVEL ORANGES JUMBO SIZE 8WBET, CRISP, TENDER CARROTS Lure* ORJSP OREBH ?«iiirl s |r RAKISH, SAtTEoi - '"**" ^ * PEANUTS,., .CHOCOUTE ' CARAMEL CHIPS 64*. 49« TIWUEI6 PARK RED , Sweet Cherries Grapefruit Juice ADAMS '•^Bi ; III 24c LIVE -ON-CHEESE —• • r i. f »' i i^v, ., ( ifc*)i, AJAX AD FLORIENT UNIT NIAGARA ARGO BTA»O» .;,',, 35c MAZOLA PINT AROO •*..<•«„, t CRISCO (So OFF LABEL) 3 ,-IB., QQj» .OAlf .,HgT^y6 FLUFFO OFF LABEL) 3 CAN.,,. WALDORF ORAOKEKS , l'I<B, l *J Aj» •?KQ..,,.,.„., 4WC YOU••BETTER KARO BLVB LABEL 8VRUP YOlJ MOftlE ataui epHz&, travel t meet tome Feb, w fl E W '•"'(••ft 'I * ^ « <s ,t ^4 ' f For that r something "extra"! this.yalehtinfe's Day, give a' gift of;',cosmetic? , from our wonderful selection, VVe have , all of the famous brands that women prefer'Including a; , late arrival of the Very 'fine Arpege and.My Sin by Lan- / vin. ^Y OU 'N find perfumes,'. colognes, powders and bub-" •/ - -, •, ,,^ ble baths in a wide 1 price. range and big selection. Stop in and" let bur 'salesladies . . ,, . help you select, the "right" Red Foil Hearts, VAlLtNTINiE CARDS • r . v" " • ' You(l) fiiid.n wpncje'rfuH^ leetion'of BAI»I»MARK v«i- entine cards in our store tjiU, mark card/'ypM^«re giving the finest, Whether, |f l^e' V4l» |ne'« D«y ?r • any. - .9ther citl ~p««$ion -thi.s 9 H«Hm,ark from Assorted Chocolates 2 lb, box '#»70 •v: VH^',' r^ : 4 l % n:\

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