The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1959 · Page 5
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;:<;>:*• -•,-,'« ^f'jiSX"'";" ; 'x 1 * /i " - MiilrirT ^m€|«^ , executive dl* forldi the University .of Iowa Association, Iowa City, the featured speaker at tSBhth- "annual Fartrier'a Snittg School banquet 'Which * be' held - here Itt the high 1 Anftest' iiesft Monday eve» Mar. 16," at 7 f>.m, , l ' HSckefsd'ft'jwill speak tm>8 ict entitled ^The Long View He,,is a, native Ictwaft interested In the _-... . o'f "Iowa and his i<$'- t6 meet with and get the eMings of many-residents of this i .each year.'-, , «general public is invited IxKlittend. the program which will Mlow the banquet. It is-free, pickets'.for the banquet; went qn'sald to farmer*rnembersiof the flight ,s<?ho6l Feb. 23 arid continii« eti; uh.til today, ( Thursday, -Mar., fHi As has 'been the'pfactice in' the past, farmer-members., are inviting a member of the Algona Chamber of Commerce Si to be £heir guest at the banquet and pr'og'ram. • •/ . &. tor. Sefrit, local vocational agriculture instructor, is director of the Farmer's Evening School. Mrs Erickson, 81, Rites, Swea City Funeral services for Mrs Lars Eridkson, 81, were held Thursday afternoon, Mar. 5, at 2 o'clock dn the /Barnes Funeral home at Swea City. Rev. ,8. H. Hammer officiated and burial was in the Harrison township cemetery. . -Mrs Erickson died last week at Holy Family hospital at Estherville after-a lingering illness. She was born'in. Sweden and came to the-United States at-age 16. She was -married 1 to' Lars Erickson in 1921 at Estherville. Her husband preceded her in death in 'March,' I960.- •/ Surviving is a daughter, -Mrs Fred,Fahy,'Timber Lake, S. D. - M . , fcfritforf at Whittemore, is tefttpa twrfol eharfch In Armsti'dftg. He of- .fkfltlll*,' %&*ffi* -ftsstoif Feb. 26, teHft "ws$ 'HSh6tgd f tl!§' following swttday.ev6ttt»g,.with a reception ef A ^ s ^as ordained y the late Heelan, in 1SBO he was with lha Iowa Pilgrimage year a^go he was to Rome. A Alvtfd, *to Atmstf Oftg, Apt t Stofm Ch«rokee Mrs Guy Hart; Bancroft, Dies esl fbj- I)/ Hart, 88, longtime resident Of Bancroft, were heW *! 9 :?° Monday dfl . St. John's Catholic ...... ._. .^^^.....V.,*-^.-**..-^^---- -» • •"—-.mi In r---*-r thurch th«te With Mstt J'CBepH Schultes. (jffitiating. , Buriil WIPJ in the St. John's ttewetery &M Ihe Gnrry Funeral Home was in charRe of arrangements. Mrs Hnrt died Wednesday night m a Rochester, Minn, hospital where &hc had been a patient since the previous Sunday. She had been in HI health for the past six months. Mrs Hart, the -former .Frances Scgcr, was born at Te-mpleton She was atvafried te Guy b. Har August 4, 1814, at Bancroft, Mi Hart served .many years as, i lonelier and superintendeM in the Bancroft public school priol Ms retlrwnwt iwvefftl yeats . , She is survived by her husband, a daughter, Antoinette iMra Sam Heaton), Mount Sterl* Ing, 111.: three sisters, Mrs Elizabeth Williams, Bancroft; Mrs Mary Grethcn, Rolfe; ftnd Mrs J. H, Lynch, San, Antonio, Tex,; and iwo brothers, John 3Jvermore; and (Hollywood, Calif, Joseph Soger, Swea FFA Elects *Swea CUy — F.F.A. Chapter Officers for with Ronald Linde nS president the 'V sreside Thurtday, Marth 14, 19S9 ^^eWtffg presictent, LteSt SteH»el{' Maurice Catr^ iecfsslstty} RJcnara, Blair, treasuerr; Myron Huribwrt, Sentinel; Jerald Kluger, JPatlla- tnentttrian and Dsnaia-iMiHtJt'f reporter. Officers Mrtil Ws ^ftsftifllett *{ the next regular meeWng. the term 'of -office will- expire March i, I960. To City fit the Farmers A new manages Ca*op F/Ievawi Ircrc will bo nhtned In about a month to replace Lee Alwafc Who recently resigned, Sever&I have applied for ' manager, Mr fittd Mrs Vincent Rowo< Fi. Dodge, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carol, above, !to Duafte Kueck, son =of Mr and Mrs Maynard Ktiefek, Algona. The wedding -will take place April' 4 at St. John's Lutheran church in Burt. The.bride*elect is employed at the Central Telephone Go* a£ Fort Dodge and her fiance is stationed with the army at Fort Rlley, Kan. ',(UDM Engraving) Luck A Minus Quantity Here Swea City—The Clayton Anglo family sulfered a pair v of bad breaks' during the past "week. 1 Clayton met with a very painful injury Thursday evening as he herded sheep into the barn, A buggy whip h? was using at the time came 'down in such a way that it struck him in the eyes. The end of the whip cut the eyeball and eye lid and resulted an restricted- Vision. 'Barring complications, his'vision is expected to return to normal. Daughter-Janice, a fourth grade student, slipped and sprained her ankle at school Tuesday., The sprain' was * serious' enough so that she is now on crutches and hasn't been able to,attend classes sincp the-.mishap: ' .' - < OIL SERVES YOU ' ' \ f ' On Your Next Refill - H GY4*749Fdr DIRECT FROM PIPELINE DEPENDABLE ECONOMICAL CLEAN Bulk Wagon Delivery To Any Point IN CITY OR COUNTRY Phone CYpress 4-3749 BUYS! FOLGER'S GarfieldGems February 2» the <lai-fi«id tletrts met at the home oTClfhtoSt, Stetsel, Demonstrations sttfeti by Carol tMfrfes aftd Jtefter Whey. VisKotft ^^' *" J " if ifs NEWS, WE wsast RE-UNION - SWEET 16Oz. Can RINSO KING SIZE DREAM WHIP "DESSERT TOPPING MIX" 25c MA BROWN PRESERVES STRAWBERRY - BLACKBERRY APRICOT - GRAPE - PLUM 1.00 12 Oz. Jars BORDEN'S ELSIE BRAND ^CHERRY TART and ALL , {{; FLAVOR*) HdH' HILLS DALE PINEAPPLE HAWIIAN HALF SLICES No 2 Cans BROWN or POWDERED SUGAR GOOD 'N' RICH CAKE MIX CHOCOLATE - WHITE YELLOW CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP REG, CAN SUNSHINE KRISPY POUND BOX SURE CHAMP 5 POUND PKG. ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 25 POUND BAG $179 *'• ^ WESTFIELD GRAPE DRINK 32 Oz. $1 Cans Ji. CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE WHITE or COLORED RbLL PACK LENTEN SPECIALS { # ! KRAFT'S '' • CHEZ:WHIZ 8 oz 29c GONDOLA MACARONI 2 LB TUNA! 3—.:,'.ggis MOTHER'S, NOODLES oz. PKG. .Phone CYpress 4-3749 FANCY - CENTRAL AMERICAN Rcrth's Mulberry Sliced NISSENS PURE OPEN KETTLE RENDERED IB. BRING YOUR CONTAINER Pounds SWIFT'S PREMIUM — LARGE AVERAGES Frying Chickens 'EACH CORN FED PORK LOIN END CUT U.S. NO. 1 NORJH DAKOTA RED PONTIAC USDA CHOICE BEST BLADE CUTS HICKORY SMOKED " BUTT PIECES LB. 49c Pound Bag TASTE-O-SEA FILLET OF PERCH Lb. 3k SLICEP FOR SANDWICHES ^^ Chopped Ham Lb. 59c DECKER'S LINK — SMOKED TASTE-O-SEA FILLET OF Haddock - ™ - j—> —; ' - "rpfit'*&**& * f t'"V f > 1t f" i? ft* "^ ' \ ? f ' • ' * " ' ,' ' f \'Hy"^'^' > y -" '\ ••"*', ' **,, ,,;••' ' ^ ' '* * t '. ' PRICES EFFECTIVE iTBOM MARCH 12 TO MARCH 19 , JRVE THE Rl^flT TO LI.MIT QUANTITIES

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