The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1959 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1959
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Wesley, Dies In California - ' ''•.*•>. -f. 4 A- K"«!,? s,*> .n * -•")• j"".',ft^"7 a?-. SS<< r r»i|hVjr£tri Ke Loss Fox "ng his . sluing e J. Pox, . . Mtts Klfttle . Pox, nee Pearl Tfyon, had died that morning In a Itesl Home in El Cajou. She hid bfeii ill and disabled for sothe tirfi^ fdlteWftsg a ttMtoeiuid she -and 1*ft* husband had both been cared for in a rest Kerne since last fall. Funeral services were held Tuesday fet Cypress View Garden* at San Diego, Cal, She is survived by hef httsBand & one son, DeJLoss, and preceded in death by^aldn Hehfy in 4947. Both Mr arid Mrl $ox were Residents of this fcommuttit^ Until they went to California several 'ears ago. They lived where the ttto Hendersons now live afte«* fetiring from the farm. Engaged To W4d Mr and Mrs John Paulson announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, 'Janice Fern and David J. Tegtmeyer, 1 >• s6n of Mr and Mrs Clarenfce-^egtmeyerof Britt. Miss • P&ilson teaches kindergarten in the Spencer public school. A June -wedding is planned. " Mj-s Eunice Nelson, who was a Wesley re'sid&it many years, was transferred last week from a Clear Lake Rest Home to the Good -_ — Hugh lftwick were dfifttier ftiests !tt the Den* n'ts Hav«rty home If* lionor of Dennis' birthday, Mary Jo Becker, daughter of the Wilfred B«to|rs ana Bwmic Reising, daiightet of the Andrew RcMnf* were Sunday guests of their classmate Margaret Studer at the J, P. Studer home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Richls- 6| Aiekley tailed btifefl*' at the A. N. fttchtstneiet and Studer home* Sanday. , . Saturday evening, gu&Sts* ol Alf Studer were Mr and Mrs Art Haverly and Mr and Mrs Bob Kochler, of- Bloomer, 111., .Mr .and Mrs Jim Haverly and Karen and Mr and Mrs Henry Haverly, The Neighborhood club met Saturday afternoon, Feb. $8 with Mrs Orvllle Smith, who had a birthdsT the 27. Th% Wrthday of Mrs Justine Becker was also Mr and* Mrs Art Hfcverly and their 1son-ih-law > and daughter, Mr and M& Bob. Kodhler of Bloolner, 111., visited relatives here over the weekend, Mrs Haverly had just relurrfed with her sfsters and brothers from Florida w'here they had gone to see a bother Elmdr Datfis who is critically ill, T?rairie" , Pals .4-1* Club "fnitH Saturday^ of terno6n,. Feb> 28 with Merle Ann Harig. A picture study was conducted by Paula Fisher, Mary Ellen Ludwig, Paula Fisher, Anita Ltekteig and Merle Anrt Harig gave demonstrations. < VaJgene Hansen moved & 10x50 foot trailer home from Ausiin, Minn, last week to a lot on the Harold Price property. He and Norma Jean Price, daughter of the Charles Prices are lo be mar- Church. Sunday la the Methodist Dean Kldnpetrr, ft . 5 1 i '* '+F ! ' * / ( -f 1 X «•*!, *" 'I/' 1 ' ' *** -'"* -,'%lA fl "4°!. '^ V/.V^'jr'Vc,/*^E -i-A^^j^ V f : ''# ^'^^i^vt^^^^l^ ,_..'' i*,.*^- *'« j.*tti ^L'a ffflv,, J,.^> l ^\*Vi:i{i LUJ.VJ't^ '-*&A*,-&?S? ?i"iVi ,'*g . ,>• i and Mrs Harold Brooks of ------ and fam- hoitte ........ '0. Mr and Mrs Bichafl Madsen went to Des MdJnefc Friday and attended the Horn* show. Mr* Duarife Miller ot, Livefmore was guest organist at l1He° oVgah dedication eervtee at the Methodist church Sunday, ReV. L. H. Preul «tf Algona guest ...Mrs Surrell Lease, of York City is Trecupelatiftg ISNSnt ail operation for a stfjpfpid diSe itt a hdsipmi there. •,,-•; >;' Mesdames Minnie Blekjh, Helfeh Johnson. Clara Erdman, Viola Studer, Mildred Mar.tin.and Mag Bleich attended a 884.' meeting in West Behd- Sunday afternddn* •Mm Was .wlhne* of a Mrs A. N. RJchtsmeier arrived home Saturday fining from Nevada where snf.fiad spent a week with hef Mrs Marie Greiher. Bob ftklrt^ttelet, a stu dent at DoWlihgr high, Des Moines, Spent 4he weekend at home here, . Sunda nay gests ttt' toe Dr. L> L. Pfefftfr home -^er^ Mr and Mrs R. P. Young, Sr. aM Mr and -Mrs R. P, .Young Jr. and children of Traertlow!'.. ' f Mr &h& Mfs, Calvin Meincke and sdnfi of Jefferson fep'ent the weekerid at the.ti&rental^N 1 * F. Weber 'home. ' 'f he^ hetpl&a the latter couple celebrate their 32nd wedding anniversary, Rosemary, Mate and Charlotte accompanied them to Wesley and Visited' the former's > parents, Mr and Mrs Jule Matz. > Don Kleinpeter, who attends the* University of Minnesdta,' spent -the pasi week at the par 1 - ental, Vincent Kleinpeter home, tJftlvietsity of Iowa, at -*<nm 1 FARM SERVICE CO. it - FREE COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS AND ALL THE PEANUTS YOU CAN EAT - THROW THE SHUCKS ON REGISTER FOR NICE DOOR; PRIZES TO BE "GIVEN AWAY. DON'T FORGET, NOW; v:% :Ml l * <5> A ft/! 1 2'fi. M^thj4^^.*«, f *•'•*, Mi< i * $- NEIGI V -"* w^ / tl £.' '.. '' '# ' » *•* I-^ i-t .*•*.-— liHohsSllR Biwj^^to*" «>' *&$"• $|»P FASHION >« rthe _,_._.Jfhamel w rt;ladi6B'.vblouses, and TOP TASTE OAK FOOD PHILADELPHIA '^^ £±, CREAM c«f wf MINUTE RICE BTAimsr ' A S-l TUNA SB?.... Offi' Style .. NATOO CANNED, MILK u.s.wotce KINGKORN C'DE'C 1 STAMPS P If ttL Air QKQC* MEAT OR PRODUCE POTCHAOT * , at NATIONAL COUNCIL OAK LDOt ONE COUPOW STOCK TOUK FBEEZKB — (tUABTCRS, CHUCKS OR 'UBS, CUT * WRAPPED FBEE JUICY, CORN FED FLAVOR RIB STEAKS SWISS SIRLOIN Jiut-nsII Ih* UW fnta f, -Umily rii«" eta o( Mortal Houie Brick Ovett B«knd •Beam, with your sumt tad. •ddr*» tot Th< Morton.' HOUM Kltcbenr. Nebruk* Qty, N*br*tk* EI-0 ~ * ,i ( A PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUJT S STttLWELI. '~'- f t BLACKBERRIES. _. 9 T-B6ne£ BOYSENBERRHES^....,.... SOANS SEASIDE ' , } ' A 306 IM BUUER LIMA BEANS.4..,......0°^Sl flAvnew vovarr • . l t ._. „, 'ft4 wl EATTHEBESr/. 0 ; IOABDEM FRESH TEMPER SWIET PEAS.^ ...... ... DEIP OU BKO. GBDTO '^^ American Deluxe COFFEE \fW?9pm^,' Vit- -'. '/".^f,,;' Jin SKINLESS FRANKS J^.l 49 OWNCtS 59c 43c 19c 35c Pork SAUSAGE ROLLS SMOKED SALAD DRESSING PREMIUM KOSHER - ' Sliced DILL PICKtES 'Iffi BQTtDO ! DATPC DRESS UV. tENTHM JAUDS AT 5 Creamy PEANUT BU WE6IUE KING KORN STAMPS ** POTATOES GRAPEFRUIT 10,49' 10-35 . Toilet Tissue... CAMAY OXYDOL SPIC & SPAN MR. CLEAN 39« IVORY SOAP HONEY GRAHAM ' ^Vf^lWfl^l .fiBH*: lr?\7?i»ANisSi»Y v/ <@?«»>*^Li ^'••••••••••••••••••••••"••••"••'^•^'^^^^^^^^^^^T -*« T\ ^-.<*-, ~,~, v-:, ,",v,* s •* "tfl 1 ij^^^/r ? s^*a^^ -; *. - \M^: -••'^v/iIKIftH^M^v ^'^.'. V.' , V Slim Tapered Leg Style. Plaids or Stripes In Red and Blue^j Same Witn Zipper Legs. • Florence Valentine Heady>T&-Wear • and Fashion erie ...;C% If f <j*» , j »i -• "' ^ ' Accessories (, s **'•" , .Graham's Ljngerie-Hos- ,iery an^. Accessory - depart-, ment presents a world of .-lovely thitigs 'to please >any' feminine taste- Lingerie by . , ,1 Lorraine,' -JSnowden, ',' and ' ' Martha Maid. Bras by Lovable, Maidenform, and •* K\ ;, 4 ^B [V J of :" hosiery b'y'Kkyser/'Dor- othy Perkins Cosmetics, a large .assortment of costume ;Arend ; . \ 5' •J?'^f, lr Y !f ° r .' Spring 'SS Lingerie^Hose 4 a, brilliant 'array, of g & Accessories " purses, and 'scarves. > . GET ACQUAINTED SPECIAL STUNNING STEM NYLONS Seamfess or ' '* l '\'-f"\! 1 "^f'j' 1 00,J"*j', Fu v ll, Fashioned _"_*&,««•• FAIR . - >• - > - \,' ( , >• -- , i ';-? t "ii \ ^Children's Department ' '„ The • j.- Children's Wear Department fills' the needs .;, from infant,, to Sub-ieeii land ' teenager. Fot the\little-girls in your .family 'we'^have -a large, brand fneWfselection, of Eas- J JerjdrfeS&fe.s'.taS^well as coats '• and all of the other accessory items you-will want her ' ^o,,hava f ;.For the^'young men, in Vbut« family-its Graham's • for Dross-Sporis-and Play ,' togs. Our infants wear de- •psMment,^'supplies every- thing ry'oti' need 'for a com- , Edna Alt , ple*e.-,layeiie. | - .'-Children's "Wfear GET ACQUAINTED SPECIAL GBRLS SLACKS ' * ' •?,!* ' '' Slim, Tapered Igg style. Plaid or Stripes, Some with Zipper,legS.' ^ ( *,r % ."' , '"".'*' '•? -^4 ^7'^ Regular f2.98 ,Vaiue _»1!-_'_«.-J-i -yl'iPR.'i Department Sew. and Save by ping Graham's Fabrics. Department. We^ffer Algona's most complete selection of fabrics and materials for 'every need, from the»mo*st^ economical cotton prints. Jo, the most luxurious v dress fabrics. Yoii'llVfind," clerks - who'are ready,,Villing, andj! able' *o assist you, and 'you will find a one-stop head- Ella Peglow ' quarters for; sewing notions Fabrics • of all kinds] ' > ;* f : i i- '•"" ' GET ACQUAINTED SPECIAL NEW SPRING FABRICS 79c To 98cttcL ! Home Fyrnishings Graham's < curtain and drapery department affords a big^ selection! in readymade *dr,apes,;;'curtains of all types, / inciuding priscillas, panels,^ coilage, ^sets, buffet "iyjpis,*"ilers," "afi3 others. Also in this department you will find' our gigantic seleptions 'of-towels'.vblankets, and linens.'This is indeed" Algona's 'Houb Linens .Headquarters. Sally „ . i j ' ' * i, i • ' . Home •, f'',,');' ' Furnishings GET ACQUAINTED SPECIAL s ; ' . , ' Ready-To-Hang DRAPES Large Assortment Of Lovely, Patterns. 45 X 84, ,Terr!ficJ" At WELCOME TO THE \.. RIVEROALE RUSTLE RS Mrs tile Foth, ' Dpv/nstairs Store Graham's Basemen* S^ore offers a'worjd of useful and want. ( ,e4~^ems. -Full.. - lines of house* waires, i( dinner. ware, x end handy gadgets o| m^' Hinds m p\ir gut BE SURE TO DROP IN AND SEE THE GIRLS IN OUR STORE THIS Acquainted

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