The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1959
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: Algona sV* ''• M Mr and Mareus * rs Say 0— • co£fee"\was Mondav the . comes She , 7 ieser has beehApr6moted to the spencer district force supervisor •t Banns of matriag« were read & r l ^ e ,i th , 1 . rd « me a. 1 ' St. Cecel ifi's Catholic ;. church , Sunday fot Mary Jean, Ledhard; Wood River Wisbi - ^rtd ..Don Christ, Algona Banns 'Were 1P6M, for the firs -jtirne M Bottite -LUdwig, Whitte more aind Rtfmbnd Metzen, Al gona. • ^ , , , j Mrs Beech'er -Lanfe has written from; SQfftMate, 5' Calif. j- -'wher she ^&s c'aued," by*' the serious ill neas , of ' her> .'daughter,' Delores Mrs' Jim Pentecost,, -that the'lat ,ter is much-iniiJToyed and is abl •'to be at home. Beeoher plans t oitt thefft to •Hater in D«tihAfld, tea Mf and Ale* EfeFffjana; Jfas recently graduated' fwp tMt^tM^fsity of lalifornift *bt Los Angeles with a B, A. depits days longer visit ^rill return to California. He plans to continue at U, C. L, A, witti in law. , ' A dffthtt "tai benefit bridge party was held Wednesday even* ing at Algwfts Country Club. The committee ift charge was Mr and Mft Nat tiarijs, Jfc, and Mr and Mrs Marry Greenberg, do-chair* men and Mr and Mrs C. D. Morck, Mr and MrS Bug«§n6 Murtagh Kay McEnroe, Mf and Mrs Virgil Smith, Mr and Mrs Donalc Hutchison. Dr. and Mrs Kar! Hoffman, t>6lla'Wfelter, Dr. and Mrs R. K. Richardson, Barbara Haggard, jMrs Matfe Kunz, Mrs Clara Zerider^ Mrs Beth ^Miller; and Mr and Mi Harold Qilmore Etta Woodcock A College Graduate Miss Etk' Woodcock, datightg of the late \ Mi* bnd i Mts F. A Wpodcockj)f Algoha, id bne* of the 64' Mount St. Clare college ahc academy/graduates who received diplomas at 10 :30"a,m.-, Thursday, Thunddy, Juft* 11, 1959 Algeno (la.) Upper DM Mefntl-4 3h-».-<..>.... ... •.'•'. ...-A.1.....-IV-V.. , ...4 _*..,, ,>.?,.r ,,.*.i. .,.,..» ~~ ... , ..,...„,„,.... .******.. eomtneneetnent in the auditor- j urn. . : ^Misa woodcockf who has itt- tended Mount Sf. Clare college Eefc. two years, iwas graduated from St. Cecelia v academy, Al* goM«t, With the class of 'St- 'While it the college, she has been active irt. Sodality, Ooltege Players and NF0CB, A number 'of the stu* dent 1SEA, she served this year as an officer of the local group- Jessie Parker Chapter, She is also a member of Phi Theta Kap* pa, national scholastic honor fratetrttty, far'ihigh.fankittg -stU" dents ifVjuniorVelQlleg*e8. Preset for iW&.eofhniencemeirtt exercises* wetfe * William Woodcock bf EtSeqUrtad, Calif., Francis Woodcock of AUstin, Mi^n., and Richard, * Dorothy and Jeromo Woodcock of Algona, Miss Woodcock plans to tench in Qraettingcr this fall. , Seeks Off ice At Boys State An Algorta high sfchooJ junior Itim Deal, SO, who was born ant raised in Korea, Was a v dahdldatc for senator at Hawkeye Boys State 1 , being held at Cdmp Dod^o near Des Moines''this week. The annual event is, sponsored bV American Legion", posts' ,around he state. 1 • Kim i* the addpted sftn 6f Mrs Celia Deal, Algorta. ^ Fo.ur Algona service elubsTtne Lions, Rofery, KiwJlniS -and Legion, are sponsorinl local boys at Boys State. Other boys attending were Jsmts Johftsott, L,ynn Hansen and Ron BatUm. Htnnsen and- Barton attfeTia 43t. Cecelia's and Deal and Jtihnfton are public ftchodl students. All are juniors ia 'high School. WESLEY NEWS Mr and Mrs Vincent' Klein* peter returned home -Thursday from a visit with their daughter, Marian,' how Mrs Tom Hutto, her husband and small daughters at Columbia, S. C. Kleinpetcrs stopped at Toledo, Ohio and spent a day \yith his sister and fnmHy f the Leo Renos." Mr und Mrs J, P. Sludfr and Mr and Mrs Philip ,Slu'def at* tended the ordination of ReV. Joseph La Mere al Gdry, Ind., May 30, and his first 'Mass the next day at Hammond, Ind. Mr and Mrs Rfecse Martin took their daughter, Carol to' Des Mnines May 31, where she is tak* ing a beauty course. Mr and Mrs Rich Reiling Spent several days in Tennessee on v business last week. ^^*^^^^. ^___.|^ ^^^^^^^^ ^*-^ DAB a choose at •t J L , '' * * GIFTS HE'LL LIKE BEST ON FATHER'S DAY! For Dads (and Grandpas too) there's nothing like a , gift:from" 1 the Hob Cloth- Jers' f! to brighten up Path-' er's Day.-Latest styles that he'll wear with.pride and pleasure . . •. and our staff is always ready with helpful suggestions to make your Dad's i Day shopping easier. ' < , Boy, a VAN HEUSEN Wash 'N Wear shirt can't be topped for Father's Day ... no ironing • for mom, plenty of easy summer wearing for dad. Just wash, hang up and let 'er dry. ,_-ul__': J_L, HOO Our selection of Father's Day ties by WEMBLEY is at its best this .week. Plains, patterns in a galaxy of colors . . regulars and slim ones in all fabrics. $1.50 When' it comes to really pop-pleasing gifts, SWANK JEWELRY wins hands down ,, . wondeYful selec* tion of cuff links and tie clasps v. in matching sets, VAN HEUSEN 'Pajamas is another gift dad will a p. preciate, especially those cool summer jobs . . . top •selection now at the Hub. Slip"him into a crisp new MCGREGOR sport shirt on Father's Day and watch his face light up . . knits, rayons, cot tons — and a whopping big selection too. $ If dad Ukti ,tht . pool, fl new pilr of „,.... ZEN SWIM TRUNKS will be welcome ; .the hot weather is ahead and he'll be proyd to fh«w off our fine wlestlpn of ; Jsnt»9n • trunk*. — $3.95 s sWPf tyt'f ** A i'_t A Nr^MMTlltmUT, w-fh;/^ w^%«6;s«n't / bt fi^fef |»pi tffjtaft GIFT WRAPPING If You Desire f and $7,95 i c i o u SUMMER MENU BUYS AT RAYS JACK SPRAT FANCY HARD YELLOW Bananas ib. FRESH HOME GROWN AND CALIFORNIA QT. 49 VINE RIPE JUMBO Cantaloupe 2 ^ 49 CHOCOLATE SYRUP HERSHEY JIFFY BISCUIT MIX. WISHBONE ITALIAN. STYLE SALAD DRESSING CONTADINA HALVES or SLICED PEACHES VAN CAMP PORK T BEANS.. - FOLGER'S DRIP or REG. COFFEE ...:....... ^••MRS TUCKERS JSfl^^a.' SHORTENING. . DES MOINES. BLEACH .......... . - i JACK SPRAT COLORED OLEO ... f -."• • : OLD SOUTHERN GENUINE HICKORY BAR- B-Q SAUCE. FLAVOR KIST — JUMBO CREAM COOKIES. ........ 16-OZ. CAN 'C 19c i 40-OZ, PKG. 19c 16-OZ. Jc NO. 2'/z CAN . \ For 51 •, 303 CAN < 4For49c ; 2-LB. CAN $!.» ; . /' ,3-LB. TIN ....J9c Gal. ]9c 5-LBS. 51 FLAVOR I80z;39c l-LB. PKG. 2 For 49c '$i*JI/~~*9+ifl/+*'W'l^ BORDON'S ALL FLAVORS 1 ICE CREAM NEW CROP FROZEN STRAWBERRIES . FAMILY PKG. SUGAR ADDED f~***jb*~*+n/~-+if+n/* I VfeGAlfl I9c 6 'A-LB. TIN f ......... $1.89 r | t I SNOBOY FROZEN FOODS PEAS -PEAS & CARROTS CHOPPED BROCCOLI CHOPPED ASPARAGUS 5 for 8fC ? SNOBOY 6-OZ. [ORANGE JUICE [M^^i^yjJ0*0>»lP<MM^PMMB^y^^^*M*^y«^^^^<>P FLY &; MOSQUITO SPRAY FLIT..... MAYFLOWER CRUSHED PINEAPPLE... MONARCH MANDARIN ORANGES . ... ZEST BEAUTY BAR SOAP TIN 5 FOR .......J9c /^^^/^^^/Ir*'**^^* ...GalJIlc 7-QZ. CAN ......3For29c ll-OZ. CAN 2For49c 3 Fork LEAN - DEFATTED Rath's Hams BUTT PORTIONS Lb., SHANK PORTIONS Lb. PORK TENDERLOIN END Roasts PORK TENDERLOIN END CHOPS Ib. 39c FRESH DRESSED SPRING CHICKENS AND LARGER CHOICE Beef • '^ \ ' • • t. '•• \ * T Roasts 49$ WILSON SLICED BACON ENDS 4 6.9c RATH'S HEAVY SMOKED JUMBO THURINGER ARMOUR SMOKED CHOPPED HAM Ib. 79c RATH'S SLICED BACON

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