The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 18, 1959 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 18, 1959
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Only FourOfWTeims Unbeaten; little Loops i • ' • 5 -, « F \ , • *•/:'•' - Pnly four unbeaten teams remain m Algona's three little leagues as loop races tightened during the week. The unbeaten teams are the Giants and Cards in the National League (three wins each), the Indians in the American League 1 and Sobs in the International League, each with 3-0 records. Results during the fcast week: ' . Giants 8, Braves 2 Pirates 4, Cubs 1 (9 innings) Braves 3, Pirates, 2 ! American Yanks 8, White Sox 1 Athletics 16, Tigers 6 Indians 8, Athletics 7 Bed Sox 10, Tigers 6 , C International- Chiefs 7, Bears 2 Royals 12, Millers 10 Millers 40, Bees 1 Soos 5, Royals 4 Games this week: , A June 18 — Cards vs. Br&Ves June 22 — Giants vs. Cubs JUhe 23 — Cards vs. Pirates June 24 — Braves vs., Cuba American • June 18 —Orioles vs. Vanks, June 22 — Yanks vs. Tigers June 23 — Red Sox vs. Indians June i24 — Tigers vs. W Sok International June 18 —Bears vs. Millers June 22 >-* Chiefs vs. June 23 — Soos vs. Bees June 24 — Saints vs. Millers League Standings National W .GipntS ^.—..-.^S Cards --..u-.ii.i.AiS : Braves -_„_....' ^...l-Cubs ^^...__1 Pirates ^._»^__1 American W Indians *.__, 3 L 0 0 3 3 3 L 0 fted Sox .. Yonks .... Orioles .... Athletics .. White Sox International W Sobs ...... -.3 Chiefs 2 Millers ... 2 -Saints „ ........1 Bears .^.,_..__ 1 Royals -,.J_1 Bees _ 0 1 1 1 2 2 3 L 0 1 1 1 2 2 3 Special Meeting A meeting of all committee chairmen for the Presbyterian building program has been called by; Executive Committee chairman Oliver S. Carlson for Monday, June 22, at 7:30 at the church. < Gas Explosion Takes Life Of Second Person ,Mrs Donna Mno Welthn, 28, injured in a cas explosion which claimed the life of her husband, Robert, also died Thursday at a hospital in Ames. Their daughter! Diane, 3, wns reported critical nt the hospitnl nnd n son, Joel 5, wns listed in satisfactory condition. • The Welthn family ore relative* of Mr nnd Mrs Edwin Mnrty nnd Mr nntl Mrs Henry Kubly, Lu» Vorne, who Have been nt the Wai* thn farm nenr Story City assist* ins with the work. Through Streets Ready City police hnve installed prnc ticnlly nil of tho new stop signs on Call nnd .McGregor streets. Only n few yield right-of-wfty signs remain to be put up. Both, streets nre through streets duo' to n recently passed city ordl ance. Stop signs have also beofi installed on each side of tho un< dei*pass on East Oak street. Cindy Ringselorf local Winner Cindv tlincsdorf. rlminhlpr of Mr nml Mrs fticlinrd RinRsdorf, AIf?onn, wns tho nrnnd r>H*r» winner in (ho Frigidnire Hnby Contest sponsored by Brpchor Lane Anolinm* horr recently; Cintly Will rcprivp !i $100 me'rchnndiso gift oertifirnto. First t>m<\ n $50 mcirhnndise certificnlc. in the 6 month nnd urtder ntfr group wont to Julie Furst, dmighlor of Mr nnd Mrs E. H. Furst. Alstons. Cnrln Rood, dnufihtor of Mrs Irono Hood. Whittcmoro. wns first In 1ho 0 month« to P<j yenr old division. She also will receive a $50 cer- tiflcnte. Tn 1hr> life vent's to 3 yonra rlnssifirnfion. Roger Ellor, sorr of Mr and Mrs Dennis Ellor, AlRonn received (ho $50 merchnndise first priy.o. Timmy Zittritsch, son of Mr find Mrs F,. /Ittrilsrh. A1t;onn, received the $50 prb.e in tho 3 to 0 ycnr nRe group. The up-to-dnle house hns wnll- to-Wall rnrpetinst, \vnll-to-wn1' windows, nnd t bnck-to-the-wnl' financing.—-Changing Times. Woman's Parole Revoked; Taken To Reformatory Revorntion of n parole by Judge (]. W, Stillmnn Snturdny sent n Swen City womftft, Mrs John SrhuelOr Jr., to tho Worn* nn's reformatory nt. Rockwell City. Tlio nction wns taken by Still- mnn horn nfter n parole officer reported the woman had violated the court parole. Mrs Schuelor wns sentenced to seven yftors nt Rockwell City on n chock rhnrgo in January, then pnrolod by the judge. The woman wrote a check then had n teenage dniiuhler Cash it for her, resulting in Iho original chnrgft. Thurwioy, jun# 1$, 1939 Afgono (Iff,) Uppw 5« FENTON Mr and Mrs Ted Motors and Cleo of Whitlcmore and Mr and Mrs Charles Nelson of Cylinder were Sunday evening visitors in the 'Martin HnnU'lman home. Mrs Don Sieinbergor and boyo were Thursday guests in Ihc Don Caylor home nt Spirit, Lake. WESTiNGHOUSE HOME SEE the We$tingh<iuse Freezer COME IN AND a$ low ol $ j ,00 w & SEE IT After Down Payment BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE VE CASH & STAMPS AT CONSUMERS i. REALLY LEAN & MEATY BAR-B-Q Ribs BEEF or" PORK OUTDOOR COOKING DECKER'S IOWANA Steaks CUT TO DESIRED THICKNESS - AGED IF YOU LIKE T - Bone Sirloin Sirloin Tip Porterhouse GRAINY STYLE 4-Lb. Pail 79 JUST LIKE HOME RENDERED CUT UP FRESH ROCK CORNISH Cheese FRESH FRYERS --..>__^_. ..._. 79c ORIOLE SKINLESS - ALL MEAT 2-Lb. CELLO BAG With Purchase of Devils Food Cookies at 39c Brown or Powdered Sugar 3 Lbs. 39c SWIFT'S BROOKFIELD THEY'RE DELICIOUS BEEF QUARTERS GUARANTEED CORN FED - LIGHT WEIGHT CUT - WRAPPED -7 MARKED AT NO EXTRA CHARGE SNIDER'S MIRACLE WHIP QT. SALAD DRESSING 49c WELCH'S GRAPE < , 3 20-OZ., JARS JELLY or GRAPELADE.......... FRUITASTE POP.. DAD'S ROOT BEER HALF GAL. STRAWBERRY .ORANGE 35c SANDWICH COOKIES .... 2 Lbs. JU FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE JUICE 5 For 98c NORTH STATE GRAPE JUICE. 6 For $1 4 PATTIES TO BOX 2 BOXES FOR POTATO PATTIES 2For 19c THRIFT-PAK HALF GAL, jm A ICE CREAM Half Gal. 5VC BRACK'S GUM DROPS & . ^ tf^ I ORANGE SLICES. J¥C I WHEATIES or CHEERIOS. 3 Boxes 79c (J^/DISTINOUISHED MERCHANDISI IDEABOOK Now at,,,' , At Consumers Market NEW4WGREEN STAMP CATALOG FOR 1959 greatest ever published M 84 colorful, idea-inspiring pages,,, 32 more than In w the 1958 catalog! ' ^ Over 1,000 item? Q» Dlstin^yished'Merchandise pictured tt Over 140 special order Items Including an all-electrif kitchen) \| Color choices listed) ^ Sterling Silver avallabla prasint Individual roomi of- ROBIN HOOD 25 Lbs. FLOUR $1.89 LEMONS i DOZ. 35c LARGE CANTALOUP 19c SUNKIST ORANGES 3 Doz. $1 CELLO BAG CARROTS . .n 2 Lbs. 25C S H O P TODAY T THE LOW PRICES EVERYDAY

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