The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 12, 1959 · Page 8
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m-:v< * (' ft- If* w II torn, Harold H, Burgess of Tittmka, manager of Wild Life Services of Union Slough, gave the address, showing pictures of wild life to be found in Iowa and other parts. Everett Hannah assisted Mr Burgess in showing the pictures. 8-Algona (la.) Upper fo» Moinei thursday, Feb. 13, 1959 % At Father Son Banquet In Good Hope Ninety six fathers and sons at, tended the Father & Son Banquet tit the Good Hope Methodist Church, Thursday evening, Feb. 5, prepared and served by mothers and daughters of the church. Mrs James Camp was chairman of the kitchen and Mrs Marvin Kueck was chairman of the dining room. The program committee. Harold Hunt, Fred Plumb and Arie Dittmer presented the following program with Charles Bjustrom as Toastmaster: Group singing led by Harley Troutman Sr., with Jeanette Bju&trom at the piano; Invocation Rev. Evan Routh; Talk, "A Father's Viewpoint", Glen Jenkinson; Response, "From A Son", Earl Routh; Tomcat Serenade, Sextette consisting of Harley Troutman, Harold Bjustrom, William McKim, Melvin Alt, Duane Dittmer and Rev. Routh; Barnyard Hot Shots, Orchestra consisting of Harold Hunt, drummer, Fred Plumb, accordion, Arie Dittmer, guitar, Quentin Bjustrom at the piano and Harold Bjust Mary Frankl Rites Saturday Last rites for Mary M. Frankl, 79, lifelong resident of Kossuth cnunty, were held Saturday at, 9:30 a*.m. in St. Cecelia's Catholic I church here with Msgr. P. P. ' Gearen officiating. Burial was in Calvary cemetery and Hamilton Funeral Home was in charge cf arrangements. Pallbearers at the funeral were Bernard and Larry GJsch, Leo, Ken and Tom Frankl and Duane Arend. Miss Frankl died Thursday at St. Ann hospital following a short illness. Mary M. Frankl, daughter of Joseph and Mary Frankl, was born April 20, 1879. She was educated here and later employed in the Chrischilles Store. Later she moved to her home at Irvington where she lived the rest of her life. She was preceded in death by her parents and several brothers and sisters. Wesleyan To Wed Garner Girl, March 30 ley.' The wedding date has set for March 50. (tTDM Erigrav* Ing) ^^ ^ •* $1271 Car Damage In Freak Crash' Mr and Mrs James Nedved of Garner announce the engagement and approaching marriage on their daughter, Rose Mary, to Donald Dornbier, son of Mr arid Mrs Clarence Dornbier of Weeley. ,Miss Nedved is employed with N.W. , Bell. Telephone Co, Mr Dornbier is employed at tho Farmers Co-op Elevator at Wes- A snow drift, a Stuck 'or and a sn6w brush Which jftsi* jned under the brake pedal fe> suited in an estimated $1271 damage to an auto driven by Mra 1 Allen Wagner here late Thursday ! morning, Feb. 5. , . ?,Mrs Wagner was attempting to back,from the Wagner garage on South Hall street at the time 6f the mishap. The accelerator stuck when Mrs Wagner backed thr* ough the snow drift at the entrance to the garage and her at*" tempts at stopping the vehiclfe were in vain due to the srioW brush under the brake pedal. The auto, a 1957 station wagon, shot.west out the Wagner drivlji way and hit a large tree across the street. Fortunately, no one was injured in, the mishap. Marilyn Palmer u Queen Candidate Marilyn Palmer, daughter of Mr and Mrs T. J. Palmer, Algoni,' was recently, cho'sen as one of l,7j candidates for the title of queen; of the Sweetheart Ball, whichf will be held on the Iowa State', campus at Ames, Saturday, Feo, 14. ' - f Miss Palmer, a graduate of Al* gona high school, is a sophomore PBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBIIBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBg As I have purchased the locker plant at Livefmore and will operate it, I will sell the following described property at my place located as follows: FROM ST. JOE - 3 west, 3 north and Vi east; FROM BODE - 3 north and Vi east; FROM ALGONA - 8 south, 3 west, 2 south and Vi east, on WSJklfeu.li Sab Starts 12:30 P.M. AND FARM EQUIPMENT 2 1 2 T 1 1 F-20 Farmall Tractor Minneapolis Moline 4-row planter John Deere" Power Mower McCormick Deering Corn Sheller Grinder Norton Hog Feeder Speed Jack 4 Wheel Trailers 15 Foot Disc Steel Tanks Flat Rack Chicken Feeder Round Hog Feeder 1 — Minneapolis Moline Tractor with 4-row Cultivator , ; - Minneapolis Moline Combine "69" — New Idea Corn Picker - Case 1954-Model Stalk Shredder — John Deere Elevator — Loading Rack — Wagon Boxes • — Drag — Tandem Disc, Minneapolis Moline — McC.-Deering Sprin^tooth Harrow — Hay Loader — Wood Saw BALES OF STRAW HAY, Some Loose, Some In Bales, ALL DRY Bx, Tools & Household Goods I WILL SELL A FULL LINE OF GOOD, VALUABLE SHOP TOOLS AND MY MOVEABLE SHOP WITH OVERHEAD DOOR, ABOUT 14X28 FEET IN SIZE. THE SHOP CAN BE MOVED. Combination Wood & Gas Stove Book Case and Writing Desk Combination Kitchen Table and 6 Chairs Electric Refrigerator One Gas Welder and Air Compressor Like New Parlor Set One Bed One Baby Tenda TERMS? CASH And Other Miscellaneous It ems Too Numerous To Mention NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS B a I FROZEN PEAS 6 \ . PERCH FILLETS 1 . BQOtH BREADED SHRIMP FAKCY BABY , .;v, HALIBUT STEAKS' SNO-CROP FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 6 OZ. Cans 6 For 89* WEEK-END SPECIALS ON RAY'S FINEST; FRESH MEATS TENDERLOIN END , , . / ^^ ^^ .. I HORMEL'S THICK *' , PORK ROAST %QC SLICED MCON OR CHOPS Lb. «^^T* 2 Lbs. i.oo FRESH PORK LIVER U. DECKER'S Ready-To Eat PICNICS HORMEIl'S ALL MEAT' ^f I > f || HEADLESS & DRESSED.' V,?, Minced Lb. 39c WALLEYE PIKE GOOD" SElfCtlON O~F CHOICE " BEEF QUARTERS Cut And Wrapped 'For Your Freezer f OR BAKING; J ' Fresh Beef Hearts Ib. RAY'S CHOICE, ALL,CUTS Beef Roests.... Lb. HUNT'S NO, 300 CAN - " • ' ' ' 5 f 01 $ 1*OQ MAYFLOWER CRi|Hp f INEAPP ; LE^. •...:!;'• We DEL M8NTE 1 . * ; Large family size' CATSUP... 2For49c PETER.PIPER , , ; SALAD DRESSING :....,. Qt. 35c LESTER'S Gar. to pop POPCORN ...... 2- 2 Lb.Bags49c MONARCH,, 12 OZ. CAN LUNCHEON MEAT 39 MONARCH CAKE MIX, Large, Your Choice 19c NEW LESTOIL , CLEANER, 5 Qt.... 65c, Pt.... 37c MAYFLOWER TUNA, Light meat ... 5 For $1.00 5 LBS J.S. Free 5c i coupon FLOUR, 39c, NETPRiCE34c •ALASKA FISHERMAN LMON 1LB. CAN 39 DES MOINES BLEACH ..........GAL. 39c N.B.C, SALTINE CRACKERS ...llb,Boxl9c MONARCH PURE VEG. SHORTENING ....--. 3 Lb. Tin 69c FOLGER'S Reg. or Drip < , ".„ •, ,.',', '; ^"' COFFEE, > - - --,..... 2 Lb$; $1/39 PET RITZ PIES „ AFP** Cherry, Peach " RUBY RED or WHITE TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT LARGE CRISP CELERY ' . : NO. l RED ' ' ' i POTATOES 20 Vfc 49c Bode State B 0 nk, Cltrk

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