The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1959 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 30, 1959
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wf;v frfl-«!' 6-Algona (la.) Uppef ftei Molnw Thunddy, April SO, 191$ ,~L = ™i_ai*.._ -.. -- *. ...*..-.»-...!•-..... *~-^-.-e _^-.^. -..-.-,- ima-ir-nn'i-- - - ----i t "-r- J -g-----V-" i " J if-JTnrii'"-\ j r1-^—m-"- .-^-j-±*~ 32 Will Enroll In LuVerne Kindergarten LuVetne — The annual preschool round-up was held at the LuVerne school on Wednesday evening, April 22 at 8:00 p.m. Following are Die children who have enrolled in the Kindergarten Class for the coming school year: Donna Bahmann, Mary and Margaret Bierl. Paul Bristow, Linda Calkins. Stephen Casey, Randy Colwoll. Diane Curry, Pamela Curry, Donnis Day, Steven Felt Lonnio Fox, David Haack. Stephen Froclich, David Hanselman, Elizabeth Henry, Vanessa Hansen, Eunice Hinz, Judy Jergensen, Terry Geiger, Joyce "Lampe, Layne Lindebak. Beverly Nelson, Roger Pergande, Dale Plathe. Marianne Stevens, Donald Swanson, Rebecca Thomas, Kenneth Usher, Becky Wilhelm. John Wittmeier and Tommy Zentner. At Sister's Funeral Mrs Jack McClellan had news of the death of her sister, Mrs Evelyn Spike, 27, after a short illness in the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital, Tuesday, April 21. .Funeral services were held Thursday in the Laufersweiler Not Guilty! After 16 hours deliberation, ' • a Kossuth county district court jury last Thursday found Mike 'Kennedy. Armstrong, defendant in an O.M.V.I. case, not guilty of the charge. The .case arose IVz years ago. The defense rested its case on the allegation that Kennedy was suffering from the .effects of gasoline fumes from his motor. ^ It was one of the few cases j . to' go to trial 'on an OMVI charge in district court here in recent years. 2 Of 10 Get A Free Ham Two of the 10 persons whose names welre drawn at Fen ton last Friday evening were present and received free hams as a result. They were Joan Gushing and Leslie Tieman. Names drawn but not present were those of Gilbert Bleekwenn, LaVaun Berk* land, Clarence Ment, B. G. Berkland, Esther Jeniz, Irene Wiener and Mrs Will Miller. there will be another ham drawing this coming Friday night. Funeral Homo. Weekend visitors in the Bryce A. Wickett home were Mr and Mrs James Rudkin of Des Moiftes, Mrs Jess Llndebak was host* ess Friday evening in her homo to the Birthday Bridge Club. Guest players were Mrs Bill Jergonsen and Mrs Charles Han* selman, Jr. At ptay," honors, Mrs Hugh Shierk, Mrs S. f R. Baker and Mrs Jergenseh, Mrs James Trauger and children and her mother, Mrs Jessie Sanford were Thursday visitors in Clear Lake with their sis* ter and daughter, the Irvin McGowan family. Mrs Hattie Huber of Amerst- dam, Mo., and her cousfris, Mr and Mrs Elson Berndt and,children of Excelsior Springs, Mo., visited Saturday and Sunday in the home of Joseph Worby. Mr Worby is a sister of Mrs Huber. Saturday visitors were their brother, Mr and Mrs -Milton Worby of Douglas, Minn. Mr and Mrs Wayne Domberger and grandson Randy Beyer of Sioux Falls wereivisitors with her mother, Mrs Phil C. Lichty and Mr Lkhty. , ' • Mr and Mrs Aaroh Humphrey, Eugene, Oregon, Mr and 'Mrs Will Maass, Huron, S. Dak., Mr -and Mrs Fred Maass, Yale, S,...Dak. visited Friday to Sunday in the" Arthur Maass home. They are the sister and brothers of Mr Maass. ' Mr and Mrs Phil C.,Lichty attended the funeral^of Cecil H Brooks, 64, of Oak Park,., 111., in Fort Dodge. s August Pergande visited in Omaha, the .past week with his daughter Fred ; Try This Popular Gossard Girdle £ $• ' - ' " v ,, ' • "«**^^ * ^ * t ^ *££ You'll Like It A Gossard Original! Flattens your tummy Gtvei you lupport CONSUMERS Clip this dirt & Bring It In I ^U^^w,A^^ ^I^^^^^JB^ ^^^j^^^M ^^^y^jfcg^ NEW "BIRDS - N6$t" Cookie Pak V Free at Consumer! Friday & Saturday With Any Grocery Order Large or Small 6-OZ.' 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I don't care as long as I can still get in the ad to tell you about some new BEEF QUARTERS we just got in. ready this weekend. Folks,, these are really nice — strictly corn-fed young beefi you know. They're eyen a pleasure'just, tp look', at-'' • in'our cooler here. Why not pick out one of these nice Beef Quarters yourself .tomorrow ~ or tpday? I'll 'see that it's cut up just |lhe way f oj» want it, well-wrapped, and neatly marked. No charge, of course, for the work. We love work 'here —and how we do love to sell ^h'ese fine Beef Quarters! "BILL" CONSUMER'S COUPON P ff!^ * " 'l This Coupon Is Good For 50 FREE S & H GREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase pf $5.00 Or More Q« 100 FREE S & H ; 0REEN STAMPS ''.\WJtti 1 -Any Pwrehisf Qf N «lo,og p? More AJ CONSWMEH'S! Umit,, . On* Coupon Per $;*.%. U, /,V'M Mt-

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