The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1959
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&*• ', t^v. if" "./A 99 -« * ••"» ^tfi^af^ r,^ - PREMIUMSTOO I Save Two Ways Our Start ONUY ;; •mi $39.95,in our eo*h register receipt* • NATIONALLY ADVERTISED *i FULLY GUARANTEED 1 '«" • • LIFETIME. JEWEL MOVEMENTS 1 • UNBREAKABLE .MAINSPRINGS -, White Sewing Machine To Be Given : Away To A. Hood 'Super Valu Customer On April 11., Register 'Every Time You're In Our Store! , CHARMIN, COLORED or WHITE ROLLS $ 12 1 HIAWATHA DILL PICKLES Of. Jar 120Z. BAG Split Cashews 12 OZ, CAN SPAM MARIGOLD MM^I^^^ ^^^^^^H ^^H ^^^B ^^^f ^^^^^^^ ^^|^^ i^^f^ H^^^^ t ^9^^j HPip KPd HW ^ ,, v> v, _ • ' Viz Gallon — MlC FfHBAY, SATURDAY & MONOAY SUPER VALU PLENTY OF FREE, PAVED PARKING IN OUR OWN CUSTOMER^OT WILSON'S CERTIFIED Smoked LB. Ready To Eat 290 ARMOUR'S SLICED Bacon Ends 5 ; , ^H^^ 890 SKINLESS, DEFATTED, SHANKLESS MANS WHOLE OR HALF *« RENDER, PLUMP, YOUNG SPRINGS -*one And A Half For »„!.->!* " * . ' . . . >• L. WELL TRIMMED FOR LESS WASTE STOCK UP YOUR FREEZER -~ YOUNG Hen Turkeys CHOICE AGED STEAK - LAAAB Just Ask Us! ROBIN HOOD Flow 25 Mix 'Em or Match 'Em — WILDERNESS CHERRY or APPLE PIE MIX . ^ *( Sl'-, -. — . . $ Hi-C Orange Drink - No. 5 Tin RED DOT GIANT TWIN - PACK FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 5 CANS 890 NORTH STAR FROZEN Strawberries 5 PKGS. $ 1 Asparagus Fresh Green California hcli. 19* CRISCO 3 Lb. Tin Large Pkg. FRESH TEXAS Green Cabbage CRISP TENDER, TEXAS CARROTS CELLO PKG. IOC \ TENDER Green Onions GRiiN TOP es • • t Buy Your Onion, $9*9 and Onion Planis NOW B U N -C H Killed Two VAN CAMP'S GRATED VAN CAMP'S Pork & Beans NO, 300 TAU CANS Billy Bleasdell, 2$, of Rbckwetl City was found guilty ol ft|Jerating a motor vehicle at a speed grcatef than would permit him to stoft within the assured clear distance in Justice C, H, Ostwinkle's court Saturday morning. He paFd at fine of SI00 and costs, * The charge was filed by d&un* ty Attorney Gordort Wiftkel Tuesday morning, Mar. 31, three days after Bleasdell's auto struck and killed two elderly women, Mrs Mary Reding, 77, St.-Joe, and Mrs 'Chris Gales, 82, Irvington, at St. Joe. The women were crossing highway 180 at St Joe on their way to an Easter vigil mpss and Blcasdell was headed south in his auto at the time of the tragedy, Bleasdell entered a not guilty pica Saturday, The court's decision came after testimony by two authorities, Sheriff Ralph Lind-' horst and Patrolman , Dale McBride, who investigated 1 the crash " scene. County Attorney WJnket- questioned the witnesses. Bleasdell was not represented by an attorney in court and didn't ask any questions of the witnesses. Official measurements of tiro tracks, taken at the scene, were introduced to the court. Other testimony concerned driving Conditions at the time of the mlishap, which occurred at 10:15 p.m. Mar. 28. , ' The deaths ran the county's- total for the year to five, • '1 '< K Loyal Order of the Moose wil? elect new officers at its regulat meeting this evening (Thursday) at the lodge hall. — -o — Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and daughter, Doris returned homa Wednesday after spending 'three months at Tampa, Florida. The Rebekah lodge will ^Tuesday evening,"' April 1(1 aT'8 o'clock at the Moose hall.' Convention reports will be given. Mr and Mrs Millon Dahl had " as their overnighfgUests Friday, he labter's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and'" Mrs" .Merle Pratt and family of Clear Lake. Tom Zender has returned io St. Thomas College at St. Paul after spending the Easter vacation with his parents, Mr and l , Mrs E. J. Zender here. Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Ralph Anderson of Grundy Center. The Andersons had been at Ringsted earlier in the week, called by the illness of Mr Anderson's father. Bible Class of the Congregational church meets this afternoon (Thursday) at the home of Mrs Ted Larson for a 1U5 dessert luncheon. Assisting hostesses are Mrs Ellen Dailey and 'Mrs Mary Copp. The program will be presented by Beth Annis," Mrs Oswald Thilges of Algona accompanied Elmer Dole, Mary Dole and Mrs Ed Immerfall of Irvington and Mrs Walter Mescher of Algona to Iowa- City Wednesday to see Mrs Chester Harmon who underwent surgery at the University Hospital. She is improving at this writing. Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener had as their weekend guests, their son and family, Sgt. and Mrs Gor- » don Wegener and Christy and Brian of Sioux City, The condition of the elder Mr Wegener who is confined to his home fol- v lowing a stroke, remains about the same/ He is able to come to the table for meals. —o— Ladies of the First Methodist church will have a chance to accompany their husbands for an ' evening put, Tuesday, April 14 and the new chair fund of the women's association will be $1 richer for each one attending*' Men's Club president, George ',* Balluff, 'has promised the bonus ' • for the pot-luck supper at' the,-, club's regular, meeting., Charles ;., Bell, Cherokee, L_ay L-33<ter ,Ql v ~ , , _ ,~ , the North Iowa. Conff rencjs^wiU ' -l| present "the - clwter to,, tJie*new|y4V^ ' ' -" '• organised

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