The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1959 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1959
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•f.t*, x^ 6-A?gono fla.) Upptt De» Mofnt* Thursday, May 21, 1W Fred N. Klein Rites, Bancroft Funtral service* far Fred N. ftlein, 64, former Irvingtan resident, weie held in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft Tuesday at 9.30 a.m. with Msgr. Schultes officiating. Birml followed In St. John'* cemetery imd Gurry Funeral Home was In charge of arrangements. Pallbearers at the funeral were Harley W'll, Herman Becker, George Vitzttvjm. Howard Bollig. Wayne Lynch and Mike Ken- fcedy. Mr Klein died Friday a< 10:30 a.rn. in University hospitals. Imva City. Mr Klein was born Feb. 20, 3895 at Lone Rock, farmed at Bancroft and Irvingtnn and made his home with a sister, Mrs Joseph Crowlcy at Fenton for many years. He is survived by four sons. Dallas and DuWayne. Algeria; Vernon, Irvington: and Jevdel, Dallas. Texas; a daughter, Marjorie (Mrs Delmer Reding), Burl; three sisters, Mrs Crowley, Fenton; Mrs Rose Arenci, Waterloo; and Mrs Lena Carey, Matshfield. Wise.; two brothers. Henry, Fairmont, Minn.; and John, DCS Moines; and nine grandchildren. A brother, Joe. died 12 days earlier at Milwaukee, Wise. New Plant Supt, Livingston Tool Bill Navoiehick has bewt nafned as plant superintendent at tha Livingston Tool Co. here by Burton Harmes, owner of thf firm. Mr Navoichick tomes to Algona from Kenosha, Wis. where he was connected with the Ladish Co., Tii-Clover division, mtfhu- faclurers of dairy fittings. He is married and they have threr children. 18. 16 and 14. The family will move here as Soon as school is nut at Kenosha. The oldest daughter is attending Drake University. They have purchased the Charles Livingston home here. Friday, Poppy Day American Legion Auxiliary will sell poppies on "Poppy Day" May 22 (Friday). The money received is used exclusively for disabled veterans and needy veteran's children. The poppies are made by the disabled veterans in the Veteran's Facility in DcS Moines. Sister Of Ted Larson Succumbs Graveside rites for Mrs Hilda Collinson, Ts'ler, Minn, were held Wednesday afternoon at Rivervicw cemetery here. Mrs Collinson was tin? sister of Ted Larson, Algona. She was preceded iij death by her husband who Ss also' buried at Riverview here. Funeral services' were held earlier Wednesday at Tyler, Minm ,The Utoft Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements -with McCullough's Funeral Chapel assisting here,. Bike Rider Hurt Titonka — Tommy Higgins, son* of Mr and Mrs Dale > Higgins, suffered a painful injury to one of his heels Tuesday when ' a "bicycle he was riding fell upon him. The resulting cut required 21* stitches to close. Another boy, Donny.Intermill, was_on the bicycle with-Tommy at the time J. P. Court Four men paid fines in Justice C. 1L- Ostwinkle's court this week on a variety of traffic viola- lion-!. They were Willie E. Bo-leyn. Conrad, $41.80 and costs; overload; Leo J. Geerdes, Swea. City, $25 and costs, stop sign violations causing an accident; Duane A. Schulter, Buffalo Center, $2ft atid costs, speeding at night; and Richard J. Ford, Bancroft, stop sign, $15 and costs. Pupils In Recital Fenlon — Marjorie Jolley -is presenting her pupils in a Dance Revue on Tuesday evening,' May 26, 8-p.m. at- the Fenton School gym. Approximately 50 pupils will be participating. Both Promoted Promotions oC James R. Ras'- ley and Keith W. Campbell from Assistant Cashiers lo Assistant Vice Presidents was announced Tuesday by the Iowa - DJES Moines National Bank. This is of interest to Algonans in that Mr Rasley's wife is the former June Ann Scanlan, daughter of Mr and Mrs F. C. Scanlan and Mr Campbell's' wife is the former Mary Alice Fox, daughter of •Mr and Mrs Charles Fox. « - D Beautify Your Back Lawn With Lawn Furniture From Bjustrom's FOLDING^LAWNTHAIRS Reg. $7.95 HO* $4.88 \ i in II,; 3 Piece Set Chaise Lounge 2 Folding Lawn Chairs , * Re.g. $40.50 NOW CRAJsTTUNGES Reg. $18.95 NOW $1 A Aft ••^IFB^^^^ Reg. $6,95 SPECIAL HAMMOCK Complete Reg, $17,95 — NOW HAMMOCK Complete Reg. $19.95 — NOW $14.88_ SWINGING LOVE SEAT Reg, $29.95 „ SPECIAL SWINOINGTOVE SEAT ;, With Canopy *- AU *iT*i«j ^ ' , * '^" -'*'*{> ^ V''V/* 1 '' 1 '^ "v/V'v 1 • " CONSUMERS CONSUMERS if CONSUMERS WEEK PLAN HEARTY MEALS & SNACKS FOR CLEAN FROZEN SPECIALS FIRST COME - FIRST SERVE We Want To Clean Out, Our Freezer* SWIFT'S PREMIUM 1 Lot ..... _ 1Mb. Box Whiting **4fc ' ' ' .29c ':•• 1 Lot .......... 5 Lb. Bok Whiting V^^J^J^^gf^icK ^t|ib$^ : |:i^jA\7 T SUGARICURED - SMOKED SWIFT'S PREMIUM QUARTERED & CUT UP !^ v SWIFT'S ORIOLE 2 - LB. BAG FROZEN i Spare Ribs .... ........ .., Lb. WHILE THEY LAST SWIFT'S BROWN-N-SERVE Back By \ SHIFT'S PREMIUM -,V-.^' ' ' FULLY COOKED rf-}7w<F> So many have told us what nice lean picnics these \. were that they would like 1 to have more SWIFT'S PREMIUM BLUE LABEL PICNICS Ib. Beef Quarters y,. \ * * • "* f ^^w *ft f * * • CORN FED - AT THEIR FINEST , • THESE ARE REALLY, NICE ' . WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION or T * ASK FOR SPECIAL THICK CUTS TOILET TISSUE CONSUMER'S COUPON This Coupon .Is Good For 50 , FREE S & H V GREEN STAMPS With Any Purchase Of $5.00'Or More \ OR ' -, , TOO FREE S & H GREEN, STAMPS With Any" Purchase' Of $10.00 Or More AT CONSUMER'S! Limit . . . One Coupon Per Customer! Offe Expires May 23 . 10 LBS. FLAV-0-RITE CHUNK or CREAMY 12-OZ. JAR PEANUT BUTTER GIANT HERSHEY'S Vz POUND COCOA..: •••••••••••••••••••••••••MIIIMBIIIIIIIBIMBIHHBHIBBIHI , f , LARGE *. >'HEAD LETTUCE ONE POUND, ,«•' CARROTS CELLO BAG KOOL AID- JfarZSc GARDEN RIPE TOMATOES NO. 303 CANS HILAND TWIN PACK WAVEY or PLAIN ROSEDALE BARTLETT NO. 2'/2 CAN MAZOLA QUART LESTOIL Pt. 37c Qt. 65c DEXOL PERFEX CELERY Good Brooms MA BROWN'S APRICOT PEACH BLACKBERRY ICECREAM :59c 8 for 98c fM&lfy •?'*•}-/«;',.,'-

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