The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 21, 1959 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1959
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BEEF QUARTERS Cut & Wrapped To Order At No Extra Charge Hind 14 - Lb. 49c Front T /4 - Lb. 43c y 2 Beef - Lb. 45c LARGE GRANDEE THROWN or STUFFED OLIVES SLICED ARMOUR'S STAR Refrigerator Jar FLAV-0-RITE - 13 VARIETIES - MIX 'EM OR MATCH < Cookies 4 DEL MONTE CAT SUP - Lg. Bottle .___...__.___- 19c NEW CROP SUNKIST ORANGES Medium Size 1 Doz. 69$ SUNKIST LEMONS DAISY BRAND VANILLA or NEOPOLITAN Ice Cream Vz 59C ALGONA UPPER DES M AtGONA, IOWA, THtmS&AY, MAf *f, *' I i , V , .1. . ,^. ,J.. i*t..j»il*ai»«^«UW. .;:./.-;V--'J,J . .n ,*. ' « .o-«i, . ' is 5 vif* ""feH Ginks Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs Frank Cink of Algona, shown here, will obsetvl their fiftielh wedding nnnivcrsory with an open house from 2 to 6 p.m. Mondtiy, May 25, at the KG Hall cast of Algona. All friends nnd relatives are invited'to attend. Mr imcl Mrs Cink were married May 25, 1900 at Wesley and the$ farmed in the Wesley, Bancroft and Algona areas before moving into their present home on North Church street. i Their four children, Ruth. (Mrs E. E. Robinson) and Julius* Algona; Lillian (Mrs Bill Walls). Oxnard, Calif.; and Francef (Mrs Mike Sloffel)', Wilmar, Minn., will all be present for the observance 1 . A son, James was killed during World War II. (Glenn's Studio Photo-UDM Engraving). • » LOCALS Mr and Mrs Wesley Mains spent Sunday at Mcnlo with Ihe parenls Mr and Mrs J. H. Mains. Mrs William Ringgenberg spent the Mothers Day weekend at Blue Earth, Minn., with her parents Mr and Mrs Abe Tutlle. James Steven, son of Mr and Mrs - Leo Steven, has been sick several clays with an ailment so far not completely diagnosed. Mr and Mrs George Grimsehl were at Alexandria, Minn,, recently visiting Gary Slacle, former area resident, who is hospitalized. Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig entertained 35 relatives at coffee Sunday evening following the graduation from St. Cecelia Academy ,of their daughter Deanna Mr and Mrs Richard Burt have been visited by the former's mother Mrs Neal Burt,- of Cedai Rapids who returned home Sunday having 'concluded a visit 6 a week, , , ,,=,.,, i4 Mrs* Henry Douglas' has return ed from a ten day visit" m Mil waukee, Wis., with her son am daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Lar ry Douglas and children, Mar' and Scott. Mrs Annie Hillenga and Mr and Mrs Matt Plait altended the confirmation Sunday of Marilyn Jane Zwiefel at the Doan church. She is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Merrill Zwiefel of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Irving Urch, well known former residents here are expected June 1 from Greenville, S.C. and will be with Iheir son- in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Wesley Mains. Gene and Larry Muller, sons of Ar and Mrs Ray Muller wer£ mong the group of 243 who were onfirmed at St. Cecelia's TufiS* ay, May 12. * Mr and Mrs Robert Black and VIrs Beulnh Richardson were vis* ted last week by the Rev. aria VIrs Ray Richardson and family} if Stewartville, Minn. .. * jastor of the First Baptist church* Mrs Mamie Dacken has reiurnj ed from Wayne, Neb., where she jpent from a week ago Fridaf ill Monday with her son an< daughter-in-law the Rev. and Mrs R. M. Dacken. -* The Wesleyan Guild met Mon* day evening at the Methodist hurch. New officers for the year y« were Neva Steven, president Jennie Gilliland, vice president} Bernitas Lynk, treasurer; Leona Smith, secretary. * Mr and Mrs John Dreesman and Mrs Martin Huber went to Em- meteburg Sunday to attend th£ confirmation of Linda Larson, niece of Mrs'Dreesman. At her baptism y-ears ago Mr and Mrs Dreesman were .godparents, and Mrs Huber sponsor. -, .. , , ,-. y, Announcements have been ceived by friends of Karen Kittrell,, daughter of the Rev, and Mrs Robert Kittrell of hef graduation from Washington high school at Brainerd, Minn. The Kitlrells seryeral"years ago and the Rev.. Kittrell was A reception was held Sunday evening after graduation from St, Cecelia Academy for Earl Hildman, at the home of his mother and husband Mr and Mrs Harry Boekelman. Among those m attendance were Mr and Mrs Rus-i sell Winter, of Lakota and Mrs Dena Boekelman. 'SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE - can Folger's or Butternut Ernie Williams PONTIAC - CADILLAC "Cleaning "lip" Too! ON GOOD USED CARS DURING "CLEAN UP — PAINT UP — FIX UP WEEK" Medium Size j Doz. AIL PRICES GO.OD THURSDAY, ; FRJDAt, SATURDA.Y & MONDAY LB. 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