The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1959
Page 28
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'if Day In, Day Out The TOTAL FOOD COST Is LESS At ALL PR ICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY ' DIVIDENDS IN CASH SAVINGS ...... AND PREMIUMS TOO! Save Your Cash Register Receipts! SUPER YALU 111 PLENTY OF FREE, PAVED PARKIN G IN OUR OWN CUSTOMER LOT Save Two Ways At Our Store Say*when you fhop from tht wld» l.I.ction on our »helv.» . and •ov« your coth reglttw rtctipti tAword ll»»« Uoutirul watch** $15.95 Cash »,,. •nd $39.95 In our cosh register receipts • NATIONALLY ADVERTISED FULLY GUARANTEED • LIFETIME JEWEL MOVEMENTS • UNBREAKABLE MAINSPRINGS ALSO BEAUTIFUL Swiss Watches ; aiul > 439.95 hi AMUMITID! FREE White Sewing Machine To Be Given Away To A Hood Super Valu Customer On April 11. Register Every Time You're In Our Storel Toilet Tissue CHARMIN, COLORED or WHITE 12 ROLLS S 1 HIAWATHA DILL PICKLES Qt. Jar 12 OZ. BAG Split Cashews 59* 12 OZ. CAN SPAM .... 39 MARIGOLD Dairy Dessert V2 Gallon 490 ROYALTY - 7 OZ. CAN Crushed Pineapple 2 Cans 190 WILSON'S CERTIFIED Smoked Picnics LB. Ready To Eat 29C ARMOUR'S SLICED Bacon Ends 5 Lb. Box 89$ SKINLESS, DEFATTED, SHANKLESS WHOLE OR HALF HANS - ib 59 CHICKEN TENDER, PLUMP, YOUNG SPRINGS - One And A Half For HALF 99 ^^ ^& C WELL TRIMMED FOR LESS WASTE STOCK UP YOUR FREEZER - YOUNG Beef Roast Hen Turkeys tb. 49£ CHOICE AGED STEAK - LAMB Just Ask Us! ROBIN HOOD ' ' gfi MB 4^ Flour 25 • 1.79 32 OUNCE CAN Welchade 29C Mix 'Em or Match 'Em - WILDERNESS CHERRY or APPLE PIE MIX 4 No. 2 Cans $ 1 Hi-C Orange Drink - - No. 5 Tin 230 RED DOT GIANT TWIN -' PACK POTATO CHIPS FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE CANS NORTH STAR FROZEN Strawberries 5 PKGS. $ 1 CRISCO 3 Lb. Tin 69 TIDE Large Pkg. 59< FRESH TEXAS Green Cabbage Lb. CRISP TENDER, TEXAS CARROTS CELLO PKG. 10$ TENDER Green Onions GREEN TOP Radishes . . . BUNCH Buy Youx Onion Sets and Onion Plants NOW VAN CAMP'S GRATED TUNA VAN CAMP'S Pork & Beans NO. 300 TALL CANS 2 for 25C -Algona (la.) Upper Oe» Moine* Thursday, April 9, 1959 Fined $100 In Accident Which Killed Two Billy Bleasdell, 26. of Rockwell Cil.y was found guilty of operating a motor vehicle at a speed greater than would permit him to stop within the assured clear distance in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court Saturday morning. He paid a fine of $100'and costs. The charge was filed by County Attorney Gordon Winkel Tuesday morning, Mar. 31, three days after Bleasdell's nil to 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 109 at St. JOG on their way to an Easter vigil mass and Bleasdell was headed south in his auto at IHe time of the tragedy. Bleasdell entered a not guilty plea Saturday. The court's decision came after testimony by two uthorities, Sheriff Ralph Lincl- lorst and Patrolman Dale McBride, who investigated the crash cene. County Attorney Winkel questioned the witnesses. Bleas"ell was not represented by an ttorney in court and didn't ask ny questions of the witnesses. Official measurements of tiro racks, taken at the scene, were nlroduced to the court. Other cstimony concerned driving con- litions at the time of the mishap, vhich occurred at 10:15 p.m. Mar. 1 1 , The deaths ran the county's otal for the year to five. Loyal Order of the Moose wilj elect new officers at its regulal meeting, this evening (Thursdayl at the lodge hall. Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and daughtej-, Doris returned homo Wednesday after spending three, months at Tampa, Florida. —o— The Rebekah lodge^ will meet Tuesday evening, April 14 at 8 o'clock at the Moose hall. Convention reports will be given. Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl had as their overnight guests Friday, the Jailer's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt and family of Clear Lake. Tom Zender has returned to St. Thomas College at St. Paul after spending the Easter vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs E. J. Zender here. Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller spent Jie weekend with Mr and Mrs Ralph Anderson of Grundy Cen- ,er. The Andersons had been at flingsted earlier in the week, :alled by the illness of Mr Anderson's father. —o— Bible Class of the Congrega- ional church meets this afternoon Thursday) at the home of Mrs fed Larson for a 1:15 dessert uncheon. Assisting hostesses are Wrs Ellen Dailey and 'Mrs Mary TJopp. The will be pre- lentcd by Beth Annis. —o—• Mrs Oswald Thilges of Algona, UTompaniecl Elmer Dole, Mary Dole and Mrs Ed Immerfall o£ rvingUm and Mrs Walter Mesch- jr of Algona to Iowa City Wednesday to see Mrs Chester Har:mm 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 Gordon WfgeiH-r and Christy and Brian of Sioux City. The condition of the elder Mr Wegener who is confined to his home following a stroke, remains about the same. lie Ls able to come to the table for meals. Ladies of the First Methodist church will have a' chance to accompany their husbands for an evening out, Tuesday, April 1-t 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, Lay Leader of the North Iowa Conference will present the charter to the newly organi/.ed club. Rev. Newton Coughenour will show colored slides of a recent vacation in the southwest. To Head DEK Co-Op Albert Johnson of Swea City was honored with the presidency of the D.E.K. Rural Electric Co- Op at the annual meeting held Tuesday at Estherville. Ted Wallentine of Lakota wai named as vice president. The KEA serves three counties, including north Kossuth. SAILFJSH Mr and Mrs Ben Eden of Wesley recently caught a 140 Ib. sailfish during a vacation trip in Mexico. The fish measured 9 ft. and 8 inches.

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