The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 22
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Around Algona Mrs Milton Dahl was hostess to the Eight Specs card club on Wednesday evening. —o— Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson spent Sunday at Marcus' with the former's brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Ray Hobson. —o— A coffee was given Monday morning in' the offices at the Northwestern Bell telephone company for Monica Stoi-r who comes from Rock Rapids dffices. She replaces Marilyn Lou Burmeister who has been promoted to the Spencer district force supervisor. Banns of marriage were read for the third time at St. Cecelia's Catholic church Sunday foi Mary Jean Leonard, Wood River Wise, and Don Christ, Algona Banns 'were read for the first time for Bonita Ludwig, Whitte- rnore and Ramorid Metzen, Al- join them in California later in the month. Nidas Dermand, son of Mr and rtrs Alex Dermand; wqs recently ;raduated from the University of California at Los Angeles with a 3. A. degree in'economics. Nidas came home for his sister, Kathy's wedding Sunday and after a few days longer visit will return to California. He plans to continue at U. C. L. A: with graduate.work in law. A dinner and benefit bridge oarty was held Wednesday evening at Algona Country Club. The committee in charge was Mr and Mrs Nat Bangs, Jr., and Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg, co-chair- rnen and Mr and Mrs C. D. Morck, Mr and Mrs Eugene Murtagh, Kay McEnroe, Mr and Mrs Virgil Smith, Mr and Mrs Donald Hutchison, Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman, Delia Welter, Dr. and Mrs R. K. Richardson, Barbara Haggard, Mrs Marie Kunz, Mrs Clara Zender, Mrs Beth Miller and Mr and Mrs Harold Gilmore Mrs Beecher Lane has written from Southgate, Calif., where she was called by the serious illness of her daughter, Delores Mrs Jim Pentecost, that the latter is much improved and is able to be at home. Beecher plans to Etta Woodcock A College Graduate Miss Etta Woodcock, daughte of the late. Mr and Mrs F. A Woodcock of Algona, is one of ths 64 Mount St. Clare college anc academy graduates who received diplomas at 10:30'a.m. Thursday \ Thursday, June 11, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper De« Molnes-3 June 4; 'at Mount St. Claire, 66th, commencement in the auditorium. . Miss Woodcock, who has attended Mount St. Clare college for two years, was graduated from St. Cecelia academy, Algona, with the class of '57. While- it the college, she has been active in Sodality, College Players and NIFCCS. A member -of the student ISEA, she served this year as an officer of the local group— Jessie 'Parker chapter. She is also a member of Phi Theta Kappa, national scholastic honor fraternity for high-ranking students in'junior colleges. Present for the commencement exercises were William -Woodcock of El'Sequndo, Calif., Francis Woodcock of Austin, Minn., anc\ Richard, Dorothy and Jerome Woodcock of Ailgona. Miss Woodcock plans to teach in Graettingcr this lall. Seeks Off ice At Boys State An Algona high school junior, Kim Deal, 20, who was born and raised in Korea, was a candidate for senator at Hawkeye Boys State,-being field at Camp Dodge near Des Moines this week. The annual event is sponsored by American. Legion posts around the state. „ ,. Kim is the adopted son of Mrs Celia Deal, Algona. __ Four Algona service clubs, the Lions, Rotary, Kiwanis and Legion, are sponsoring local boys at Boys State. Other boys attending were James Johnson, Lynn Hansen and Ron Barton. Hansen and Barton attend bt. Cecelia's and Deal and Johnson are public school students. All are juniors in high school. WESLEY NEWS Mr and Mrs Vincent Kleinpeter returned home Thursday from a visit with their daughter. Marian, now Mrs Tom Hutto, her husband and Email daughters at Columbia, S. C. Kleinpeters stopped at Toledo, Ohio and spent a day with his sister and family, the Leo Renos. Mr and Mrs J. P. Studur and Mr and Mrs Philip Studer attended the ordination of Rev. Joseph La Mere at Gary, Ind., May 30, and his first 'Mass the next clay at Hammond, Ind. Mr and Mrs Reese Martin took their daughter, Carol to Des Moines May 31, whore she Js taking a beauty course. Mr and Mrs Rich Reiling spent several days in Tennessee on ^business last week. choose at J^HUl I£UT GIFTS HE'LL LIKE BEST ON FATHER'S DAY! For Dads (and Grandpas too) there's nothing like a gift from the Hub Clothiers to brighten up Father'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 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. *».°° 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. *l-5° When it comes to really pop-pleasing gift*, SWANK JEWELRY wins hands down . . • wonderful selection of cuff links and tie clasps . . in matching sets, only * 2 ' 50 $3.' VAN HEUSEN Pajamas is another gift dad will ap- predate, especially those cool summer jobs . . . top selection now at the Hub. SPORT SKIRTS are aifti that get dote to 0A0 Slip him into a crisp new MCGREGOR sport shirt on Father's Day and,, watch his face light up . . knits, rayons, cottons — and a whopping big selection too. "»V *f\ &H\ S 1 «? i /\Y „ j*,»V t-* j ,>1 n\o If dad likes the lake or pool, a new pair of JANTZEN SWIM TRUNKS will be welcome . . ' h « h °{ weather is ahead anI he I be proud to show off our fine selection of Jantien trunks. * 3 ' 95 GIFT WRAPPING If You Desire -^% DELICIOUS SUMMER MENU BUYS AT RAYS JACK SPRAT nmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmnnmmmmmmm, Bananas FANCY HARD YELLOW RESH HOME GROWN AND CALIFORNIA VINE RIPE JUMBO Cantaloupe 2 for 49 CHOCOLATE SYRUP HERSHEY. lie I JIFFY '40-OZ. PKG. BISCUIT MIX BORDON'S ALL FLAVORS Vi GAL. ICECREAM ....Be WISHBONE ITALIAN STYLE SALAD DRESSING 16-OZ :. «' CONTADINA HALVES or SLICED NO. 2>/ 2 CAN PEACHES....:.:.:..: NEW CROP FROZEN STRAWBERRIES FAMILY PKG. SUGAR ADDED 6Vi-LB. TIN $1.89 SNOBOY FROZEN FOODS VAN CAMP PORK'N' BEANS.JForWc FOLGER'S DRIP or HEG. COFFEE .„- 2-LB.| CAN PEAS -PEAS & CARROTS CHOPPED BROCCOLI CHOPPED ASPARAGUS 5 tor 89C SNOBOY 6-OZ. TIN 5 FOR TUCKEH;S ORANGE JUICE 89c SHORTENING ' DES MOINES BLEACH Gal. 39c JACK SPRAT 5-LBS. COLORED OLEO $1 OLD SOUTHERN GENUINE HICKORY FLAVOR* BAR-B-Q SAUCE. 180zJ9c FLAVOR KIST — JUMBO CREAM COOKIES l-LB. PKG. 2 For 49c FLY & MOSQUITO SPRAY Gal. 98c MAYFLOWER CRUSHED 7-OZ. CAN 3For29c MONARCH MANDARIN ORANGES... ll-OZ. CAN 2 For 49c ZEST BEAUTY BAR JFortfc LEAN - DEFATTED Bath's Hams A pair of MASTERBILT wash 'N wear slack* can't be beat for pop. We have them in all sizes and a wide variety of colors and patterns, from $7.95 ALGONA. IOWA BUTT PORTIONS Lb./ SHANK PORTIONS Lb. PORK TENDERLOIN END CHOPS Ib. 39c ••••^•^•"•B* RATH'S HEAVY SMOKED JUMBO THURINGER Ib. 79c PORK TENDERLOIN END Roasts ib. 29$ FRESH DRESSED SPRING CHOICE 69° 79 0 AND v LARGER ARMOUR SMOKED CHOPPED HAM Ib. 79c Beef Roasts ib. M WILSON SLICED BACON ENDS 4 ib. box 69c MMMMMHH RATH'S SLICED BACON Ib. 39c JACK SPRAT MARKET

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