The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1959 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1959
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"?vS¥M« » '#-.$ •("•-I- "i *«• wM (la.) Upper ft* - WesleyansAt » + 1 '; ' Funeral For Relatives ' ' • * - y "• Wesley r Relatives ftotn'here who attended the funeral of-Edw^n Johnson Saturday at.ll tyta. ft the Methodist chufch^h St. James, Minn, include"*! the Prank Johnsons, Halvdr EJoms, Iv1m Johnsons, Cliff Carlsons, Howard Fufonemarksj Ton^ Pearsons, Stattley Simpsortg, Mrs Linda Beritele, 'Lois ahd fcarlene Ben- ev MrS;Selma Carlson and Mrs WtSbben and Paul McNeils ot Algomf, - . , k Friends ; who attended included J. U Skow, Karl Kiilshdlmi' Joe •Goetfc, Lfc6 Goetz, Carl Johnson, Jeftg Anderson, the Ray and Theron Hansens. The deceased, a son of ,the late Nels Johnsons, former Wesleyans, died at. his winter home in Ala* mO;>Texas. He is survived by his widow', two sons, a daughter, six grandchildren and two great- gran dchildren. Mr and Mrs W. R. Smith artd their houseguests, their' .'tWee grandchildren, Korene, Jerry and Rickie Wallace attended -the bap- •tisnt of another granddaughter, -Roland Lind Smith, a son of Mr and Mrs Glenn Smith ,'ih the Methodist Church Sunday afternoon. | They joined, • other * relatives ahd friends at a housewarming 'for the Glenn .'Smiths who moved lately to his father's property in Algona. « >.';•',-'>! .Marilyn Hughes, a student/at • Good Council Academy, Mank'ato, Minn, came Friday, -'Mar. 20, to spend a week's Easter vacation 'at her parental, John Hughes home. , .• f i . » Brian Hrubes, son o£'*Mr v and Mrs Will Hrubes, was 8 years old Sunday *and was honored at a party that afternoon, • by a group of 10 boys. Supper guests in the Hrubes, home .in Brian's- honor were his . grandparents,', Mr' and Mrs Ed Hrubes and Mr and -Mrs R. C. Bauer, a}so Mr and -Mrs George Wellik and family of Britt. Mr and Mrs W. R. Smith went to St. James, Minn. Saturday, .where they met three grandchildren, Karen, Jerry and Rickie Wallace of Belgrade, Minn. They will spend their week's ' Easter vacation. at Smith's. • The Smiths will take them home March '28 and visit several days in the Wal. 'lace. home. 1A baby boy,- David Joe, was born March 18 to Mr "a'nd Mrs' Bill Bauer. Their other child, Michael, was at the '.home of his : i grandparents, Mr and Mrs Stanley, Nedyed at Garner during his' , hospitalization at Britt. Mr and Mrs Gregory Bauer of Hankinson, N. Dak. spent Mar. 17-18 in the R. C. Bauer home. Mr and Mrs Frank Johnson and Mr and 'Mrs Halvor Flom spent Saturday night and Sunday as guests of Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan at Spirit Lake. They also visited the Kenneth Donovans there. Janice Vitzthum and Freda Hall of Des Moines spent the weekend at the George Vitzthum home. ' Mr and Mrs Tom Vitzthum and family of Laurens were Sunday guests' in the parental George Vitzthum home'. Mr and Mrs Frank Richter entertained their 500 club Sunday evening. Mrs Joe Lappe and Mrs Duane Studer won high and, low score prizes for women, Larry Grandgenett and Den Haverly for men. Mr and Mrs Orville Thill of Algona were- Sunday guests in the Bernard Kunkel home, Carl Froehlich Jr. began work Monday as a truck driver for Bil Loebig. Cletus West began work Monday at the Carl Arnold sale barn, replacing Henry Seiler, son of Mr and Mrs Jule Seiler of St Benedict. Seiler left Monday fo army service. Mrs Julius Matz, accompany by her sister, Mrs Oswald Lai Her visited their uncle George Kelch at Burt, March- 19. They • also visited with Albert Yegge. RIFLEMEN SHOOTERS Hi Ho! Let's. Get Them Crows! We have, all Types of CROW-CALLS, Drop in and see our .22 Caliber RIFLES Pumps & Automatic* Single Barrel SHOTGUNS Shoot the Shells That BEqKiJMelJfl WfrhavSlQWA* ,\ HUNTING LICENSES <; ' • -A*', >* ""' s Bickp? iSporti^^si ' cY^aWfr' -" U.S. < MEDIUM ; ' i*'. COLORING : r Coloring Kit COLOR - TRANSFERS - ETC. 29C COFFEE MAXWELL HOUSE POUND HUNT'S FRUIT COCKTAIL NO. 300 CAN 190 ALL FLAVORS PKGS. GEISHA - MANDARIN ORANGES 11' OZ. CAN FOR CHERRIES RED MARASCHINO BIG BUCKET JAR ., HAM! I »v ft Whole or Shank Half 16 to 18 Lb. Average Butt Half.,Me 1 REAL GOLD ORANGE BASE TENDER-SWEET Whole or Half 10tol2 Lb. Avg. DEL MONTE GREEN BEANS SWIFTS PREMIUM BUTTERBAU i TO 8 KNIGHTS CREAMY BULK COTTAGE CHEESE FULL LEAN FRESH TURKEYS PORK SAUSAGE Eat Very Lean Canadian Bacon Lb. 89c ALSO SWIFTS PREMIUM SHANKLESS, SKINLESS, DEFATTED HAMS No. 303 Can WHILE THEY LAST - FULLY COOKED Bar-B-Que Ribs Lb. I9c CELERY Large Stalk GREEN TOP RADISHES 2 Bunchs TENDER - YOUNG GREEN ONIONS ... 2 RED RIPE TOMATOES Tube BOSTON BUTT-LEAN HILLSDALE BROKEN SLICE PINEAPPLE. Pork Steak CHICKENS No. 2 Cans EASTER FOWL: ROASTING STEWING FRYING WESTERN WONDER FROZEN STRAWBERRIES Reg. Pkgs. RATH'S MULBERRY PILLBURY'S Sliced Bacon lh.-3k I PIE CRUST MIX Reg. Pkgs. U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF Steaks-Roast-Quarters SUNSHINE 5 VARIETIES - ALL 39c VALUES COOKIES Reg, Pkgs, l.OO MA BROWN STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 12 Oz. Jars STURGEON BAY BRAND R.S.P. CHERRIES No. 2 Cans KRAFT'S PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE 3 Oz. Pkgs. REYNOLDS V" ~ "r i, <i 11.: ALUMINUM EOIL 25 Ft. Roll LIBBV'S STUFFED No. 5 Jar HIAWATHA DILL t MM HHH ^^HIP MM HMM WMHH MBMBMB ^^^Hf*, StILLWELL BRAND SWEET POTATOES SWANSDOWN ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX FlEICYWHltl ^ ^\ '/'-'* '^4, s''r> •<--, v 3 Gal, ,W E / H E 8 E R V E T If E |l I G H T TO I* I M I T 0 WAN T I TIES I N C O R P,O R AT I}. D r ]BCDN.OM;ICA:B.'; 'F.OQ.B -I?lSTRI]BtJT;|ON

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