The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 16, 1959 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 16, 1959
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ALL PRICES GGOb THU&SDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY A MONDAY HOOD'S GIANT PACKAGE 69* Regular Package 59c \ . • ••* Red Pitted Cherries 25 Lb. Tin, FROZEN (Supply Limited) MONEY BACK OFFER FOR TRYING NORTH STATE FROZEN Strawberries make it INSTANTLY with INSTANT Butter-Nut SOcBACK ON 6 OZ. JAR 79c PKGS. $ ALL FLAVORS Send labels to Butter-Nut, Box 913, Omaha, Neb. ADE PKGS. SAVE ! 25 LB. BAG SAVE! With Coupon w Jsfi,> **Jk'''' ISA (Without Coupon $1.79) CAL-FAME DRINK 3 46 Oz. Tins PLUMP, TENDER, CUT UP SPRING FRIES » 69 FAMILY PACK BREADED RIMP ARMOUR'S STAR SKINLESS, DEFATTED, NO WASTE SMORGASBOARD ASSORTED LUNCHEON MEAT LB. BUTT HALF SHANK HALF |b IU ' s s (Shank Bone Removed) CENTER SLICES - LB. 69c ARMOUR'S STAR LAYER PACKED IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIII GOOD SELECTION OF QUALITY BEEF QUARTERS Cut and Wrapped To Your Order ! Select Your Own From Our Coolers. HORMEL'S TANGY Ib. MUSSULMAN'S SAUCE No. 303 Tall Cans VAL VITA PEACHES (In Light Syrup) No. 2'/2 Size Tins 79C ROSEDALE EARLY JUNE EXTRA STANDARD 7 No. 303 Tall Cans 79C MILK Tall Cans 79C ARIZONA, VINE RIPENED Canteloupe 4 Large Size $1.00 LARGE, JUMBO V. 22 tp 25 Lb, Average EACH.U. CANNING APRICOTS" rimnu in i it I'm e. *IT*. .,!*!«•• inm * HAPPY HOST Tomatoes 5 No. 303 Tall Cans ROYALTY CRUSHED Pineapple 7 OZ, tin 79<S IOC STAR KIST LUG Tuna 3 large cans 790 WELCOME TO ALGONA FOR RIDIKALUS DAYS ! I PIENTY Of FREE PARKI NO - STORE AIR CONPITIONIO -Algono (Id.) Upp«r DM Molnw Thursday, July H, Around Algona Dr. Millatd <S dent of Parsons College, Fair* field, will be guest preachef Sun* day morning, July 19, at FifSt Presbyterian church here. Or, Roberts c:ame to Parsons from the pastorate of the Brick Presbyterian church of New York City, He numbers ?is his former communicants such men as former Secretary of State, John Foster Dulles, industrialist Thomas 3t Watson, and former ambassador Warren Austin. Other guest speakers during the vacation of the chur-* ch's pafilor, Rev. M. H. Brower, will be Keilh Straycr, Algona lay prracher; Sheridan Strayer, min* istf-'rial student at McCormick Seminary in Chicago, and if ar- rnngomcnls can be made, Benji Meyt-r, ministerial student at the University of Dubtique. The United Presbyterian Women's Organization will have Mary Furleigh of Clear Lake as featured sneaker at their annual Missionary Tea Thursday afternoon. Miss Furleigh is a Presbyterian missionary to Cuba, and was there during the recent Cuban uprising. Mrs Joseph Skow ifl in churgo of arrangements for the ten which will begin at 2 o'clock. The executive board will be hostesses. Mrs Richard Hurt will be soloist. Members of ihe Giants little league baseball squad, their coaches, Don Smith, Jr. and Don Wood, their wives and families, enjoyed a picnic at Call State Park Sunday evening. Following a meal at 5:30 p.m. all present played ball until dark, then roasted marshmallows. Team members present included Dennis Voigt, Sig Wood, Rich Dreyer, Dave Logue, Ken Wills, Chuck Jcrgenson, Alan Priebe and George Graham. —o— Mr and Mrs Craig Vinson and Jane and Peggy of Rock Rapids spent Sunday through Tuesday here with Mr Vinson's mother and husband, Mr and Mrs Milton Dahl. Mr and Mrs Floyd Saunders spent last week here visiting Iriends. They are former well- known residents now living at Lakeworth, Florida. Several par- lies were given for the Saunclers. Mr and Mrs Leonard Meissnet and children, former resident} now of Baraboo, Wisconsin, visited here Friday with Mr and Mrs Al Borchardt and other friends. The Meissners were enroute to Sioux City and planned to stop in Algona for a longer visit on the way home. ' —Q— ,:.• ' ' Carrie Duiant had as her guest Monday, Melva Bakkie, a member of the faculty of the University of Pennsylvania. Miss-Bakldc lived here as' a girl and is i a graduate of Algeria high school. She will act as head of her University home economics department beginning in September. Mr and Mrs Ezra Blanchard were visited by their son-inJaW. and daughter, Mr and Mrs Morris Squires and Gerald and Jerrold, of Osage. Mr Blanchard was celebrating his birthday. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Frank Mittleider and sons of Algona. Kendra Seeley returned Sunday from a two week visit with her aunt, Mrs Harold S9renson, who runs Oak Grove Point resort on Lake Ossawinnamakee, Minn. Kendra is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seeley. Cub Scout Den 1 of Pack 70 held a family potluck Sunday June 28 at the Vic Frideres home. Barbecued hamburgers and hot dogs were the menu and entertainment was a ball game. Baptisms Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Brian Bradley, son of Mr and Mrs Janxes Drone, and Karen Kay, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Ferstl. Russ Waller and sons, Denny, Tom, Steve and Jack, spent from Thursday until Monday at Milwaukee attending some baseball games. ' Algonan's Son Is Now A Smoke Jumper A former Algonan, Ray Sch/. enck, participated in the Timber Carnival at Albany, Oregon, July 2 to 5, as a part of the state's, Centennial. Ray's father, Alfred Schenck, Algona, attended the carnival. •Ray did a solo parachute smoke-jump, bailing out of--a small plane at 3,500 feet and landed within 8 feet of the small, bonfire target. He also participated in the axe throwing, speed climb, tree top-ping events and reached the semi-finals in the Bull of the Woods event, a hand-^o-hand combat on a rolling la% in, the ; water. ' . Ray is a recent graduate in/ Forestry at Oregon State afc* CorvaJlis, and is a, smoke jumper of the U. S. Forestry Service stationed at Missoula, ,'Mprrt, A Marengo resident rn_ay made history recently; she struck by lightning and Mrs Lloyd Olson wa's r 1 " 3 bolt during a severs storm, while sitt/frig at ehen table with her The charge knocked hep' ofif an4 sUumed Tyesday she h§4 "

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