The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1959 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 5, 1959
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,,K <'!«wf*HV '-x"^""''C'l'"'•:•'•«' > • y ,^-ML -V, • ' , ,:/\^VCi:-v. • . , • 'i^jS^I^Vw^x'-*-'^-''<-- .v 1 »&. Delias'. ^E^stlsl.£&:sA S*t V" ,"* * ' - l & ^•.iftfr' «fiW,Pflibsfens f ,f«rho Jiv- the fid Bno«k&bA f aim have fo.the Heftoaft Uftde*be*g faith oft 168, hottii £f Muftiboldt. Evefett t,ahe and atoe froftv-south of &N* $fe h6w living on the ' '*' Of OttosenToWed Algeria Man •-Mr and, Mrs Clifford Jo'nes aftd daughters have moved «td f' r a farm near Rockwell City. . Mi? and Mrs Leo Harold and family k ot Paulina will, move on the place vacated by th^ Jones fam iiy 1 . Mr Harold "will work for Virgil Struthers. .Th6 Jacob Ryg family moved fr"om the farm he has lived on for SiJyears, into the house on the Ben Block farm, known as the Stoulil farm. .•Mr and Mrs Allan, Watnem have moved from 'the small house on' the Percy Watnem ften to a farm heafc Cylinder. i Mr and Mrs Dean. Paeper and family < have moved to a farm , east of Livermpre, vacated by the Chris Madsen's: The • Nathan Moglers are living where the Pae- pers were,. r Mr and Mrs Martin Johnson and family have moved from thfe Vaag and Hansen farm to a home in Gilmore City. , Miftli i, Ledyard; Sarn«y Hesvitk, B«t M»hm-g t , , Wottetij Sten'ton, Algoha; end Gi M, , Rifhbli* — A. R\ Eumafeh, toft. DaSoio — Coilette Kocklor, , H, Bunksfcke, L. L. fcofrftfield, Bancroft. «« > Ci Algons. * B Swea & Eagle » By M^s Emll Larson Mr and Mrs Jacob Hyg, Ottosen* nhounce the engagement and ipproaching marriage of their laughter Elsie Jeanette, pictured above, to Edward William Broesder, son of M^ and Mrs William Broesdcr, Algona. A summer wedding is "being plahned. , Denise Lynn, daughter of Mr .and Mrs Carroll Olson, was bap* tized by Rev. Harold Mountain at services at the Trinity Lutheran Church Sunday. Those who attended the fiftieth wedding anniversary celebration of Mr and Mrs Mike Hihz at the Lutheran church at LuVerne Sunday afternoon were Mr and Mrs Leo Tofteberg and children, Mi and Mrs Lester Wehrspann. anc Roger. The ladies are daughters of Mr and Mrs Hinz. Other Itom here who attended were Mrs Mina 'Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs W. H. .Wehrspann, Mrs Lil' lian Wehrspann and Mr and Mr: Herman Pooch. 1 Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Arlan, Mrs-Gunda Enockson, M and Mrs Ralph Jacobson anc family '.and Mr' and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family were Sunday afternoon visitors' at the Alan Wehrspanhs. Mr and Mrs Allan Watnem' are the parents of a 5 Ib. 12 oz. daughter Jennifer Dawn born Feb. 27 at the hospital at Bmmetsburg. Grandparents' are Mr and Mrs Irl Bell of Red Oak and Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem. Mr and Mrs - Orville Knudson of Dakota'City and Mr and Mrs Erling Malmin attended the Home Show'in Des Moines Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk were at the Clarence Kroeger home at Laurens Thursday and Sunday. They helped the Kroe- gers movejnto a home they purchased. ' , ' Paul Nilges of Britt, month old grandson of Mr and Mrs H. D. Benson, stayed with his grandparents from Saturday until Monday while his parents, Mr and Mrs Dean Nilges moved from a farm at Britt to one near Sumner. 51st Mr and' Mrs M. D. Noble oi Winfield recently celebrated then 51st wedding anniversary. They lived in the Pleasant Grove area on their farm for 37 years before retiring and moving to Winfield GILTS Thieves took 13 300-lb white gilts recently from the Wernei Griem farm near Schallcr. Cor, Truck Soles 38 In 2 Weeks New car, and truck sales dipped during the past two weeks to 38, according to registrations at the county, .treasurer's office. The slow-up in sales followed several weeks of heavy sales. New owners are: International — Whlttemore Imp. Co:, Whittemore; and Kossuth County Imp. Co., Lone Rock, Chevrolet — Theresa Thilges, Algona; Henry .Stecker, Jr., Titonka; Freddie Eden, Wesley; Glee • Bullock, Burt; R. D. Looft, Fen ton; G. J. Rippentrop, Titonka; Petersen Furniture, . Fenton; W. H. Christ,' pifekup, Lakota; P. E. Arend, Burt; F. P. Conway,. .Algona; D. D. Bishop, Ledyard; D. JL. Flaig, Lone Rock. - Pontiac — H.. H. Will, Lu- Verne; Ernie Williams Pontiac- Cadillac, Algona; Dennis J. Menke, Bancroft. < Fotd — *A. E ! , Julius, Jr., La- tota; Audrey Ruby, Lakota; H. VI.' Lighter, Algona; Louise Sachau, Titonka; Richard O'Green> Swea .City; W. -K., Usher, Lu- Verne;. Helen Comfort, Algona; and Christina Welp, Bancroft. Dodge — A. C. Menke,< Bancroft. / • - • CMC,—- Garrigan High School. Algona; and R-. L. Anderson, Algon^. ,, ',-,-., •Mercury — G. R. Farrow, Ledyard. Buick — L., C. Richardson, Mt and Mrs Ralph Walker are tterents af a d&ughtef born Wednesday, Feb. S5 at Estherville. Dori Jeanne is the name thbsen. , , Mr and Mrs Paul Sanftner became parents of a son, bbrn Sat urday, Feb. 28 at Esthervllle. The Sanftners have two other sons. Mr$ Leo Guerdet fell at her home and fractured bones in left wrist last w£ek Wednesday. She entered Esthel'ville Hospital for treatment and returned home on Thursday. , > Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen and Mr and Mrs Richard Krumm Armstrong, drove to Des Moine Saturday for the Home Show. Mrs Harold Jones''and'Mrs Emil Larson visited Saturday afternoon with Mrs Ralph Walker. Mrs Paul Sanftner, Mrs Lars Erickson and Mrs Nada Pehrson, all patients at Estherville hospital. Mr and Mrs Sam Link and sons Fred and Wendell were Sunday noon dinner guests at the home 4 _,. <lr and Mrs fcfft Betty ,^lark ..- , Wijmmalte ,fvorihe Brooks of Fayette were weekehd visitors at Betty's parents, Mr and Mrs Glerin Clark. Mrs John Jcmgberg 5s visitinfc at the home of Mr and Mrs Bruet r t Wessitigtbn Sptiilgs, South Dakota. STAPLES: Bostitch, Taturrt Swingline, Hotchkiss and Presto Upper DCS Moines Pub. Co., Al gonn. WEEKEND SPECIALS 1 Angel Food Cakes 59c PLAIN 74c ICED Farm Style 14c Bread And You'll Be Acquainted With POOD SAVINGS I ARMOUR'S STAR or SPARE RIBS Light and Lean /LQf* BEEF ROASTS r. ic . E ........ *5c LITTLE PIG SAUSAGE HORMIL'S MA M 11 OZ. PKO _. O«W ORDER NOW FOR ST. PATRICK'S DAY COOKIES LEAH'S BAKERY FRESH BULL HEADS Also Headless and Dressed Walleye Pike ftay BEEF QUARTERS Cut and Wrapped For Your Locker ALGONA NOW THRU SAT. THE SHERIFF OF ALGONA Sat. - 2 P.M. Children's Matinee Color Cartoons us- v "(The Sheriff Of Fractured Jaw" is a.very funny picture madei J — ^ — ..,.^-,,,*'r- --- *~. ...'«>• ..... —*«-"....«« v. ohlyjor; people who like to laugh! j^ii j&-"'~~' * "i'«i>»n ........ -^..«».«»»«...«.~~. -...-,,,-- . A mfld mannered Englishman wakes up as the sheriff of the West's wildest townl/ KENNEThl MORE JAYNE MANSFIELD Tenderloin Pork ROASTS OR CHOPS & MONDAY ALGONA SUNDAY MONDAY Jack Sprat COLORED OLEO 5 Lbs. $1.00 1 Lb.' Pkg. Imported : CASHEW TID-BITS Lb. S9c Monarch Pure Vegetable SHORTENING 3Lh. Con69c Des Moines BLEACH GaL 39c JACK SPRAT WILSON'S Certified PICNICS 4 -6 LBS. MR. CLEAN HUNT'S FOOD SALE FRUIT COCKTAIL WESSON OIL Qt. 49c Hunt's No. 2'/a Can BART LETT PEARS Peter Piper SALAD DRESSING Hunt's 46 Oz. Can TOMATO JUICE Qt. 35c Hunt's 14 Oz. Bottle TOMATO CATSUP Fine Granulated SUGAR 10 Lbs. 98c APPLE ® PUMPKIN v REGULAR $3.38 VALUE 40c COUPON IN EACH SACK REDUCEES COST TO ONLY ___ NET COST Sno-Boy Frozen Foods • French Fries • Peas • Spinac'rt • Carrots • Blue Lake French Beans • Corn • Your Choice F 0 R 50 LBS. In the toughest city In the world " "" sho goejs to MGMpfessnU DOUBLE FUN & THRILLS! "HILMtKHJS! THE SPECTATORS SHAKE WITH LAUGHTER r -William K. Zinti»r, N, Y. Harold TrAwn* J hSOME 0V THE FINEST SIGHT GAGS FROM THE FUNNIEST PICTURES MAYFLOWER LIGHT MEAT EVER FUMED r •-lilt Magaiim in a two-page pkturt u>r»ad ''THE GREATEST LIST OF STAR COMEDIANS EVER, IN THE BEST COMEDY BITS OF THEIR LONG CAREERS'." ) ™ '/""" '_' ~ • "" ","" " -Atoxto* DvwKng, M. Y. 6 Academy Award Komia^iow SNO-BOY 6 OZ. ORANGE JUICE 5 For 89c BOOTH PARTY PAK 1 LB. SHRIMP §9c BOOTH 1 LB. FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 39c GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM y 2 GAL. 69c HERSHEY'S . ' ? , •;" "^'(' CHOCOLATE SYRUP 1 Lb. Can .... 19c SNO.BOY LARGE HEADS CELLO 8 OZ. PKG, CEUQ ORANGES ............_3 D6z,$l NO. 1 RED . V; POTATOES I..11

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