The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1959 · Page 2
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• rr r 1 2-Algono (Id,) Uft&r ft* fhortdtty, iufy, 23, 1959 Lakota Lad Is Cut In Fall On Toy Box — Sunday evening, . visiting at 'the Glenn us home, Terry Blame, small «f ' Mr and Mrs ArltfvJe of Bancroft, had the misfortune to fall, while playing 4iide and seek and landing on the •Tsteoi cover of a loy box. He suffered 4 severe cut on one hand requiring four stitches to close. T)pen House Sunday Z Relatives and friends are invit- -ed to help Mr and Mrs George •flnnen observe their Silver Wed- jfling anniversary with open house *at the Presbyterian church July from 2 to 4 p.m. •"it's Not Polia 2 Arnold Sachs, 14 year old son **of Mr and Mrs Eldon Sachs, was Binder observation at 'Buffalo -*Center hospital from Saturday "Inoon until Monday morning. It - '- thought for a time that he be' coming down with but tests showed that he not have it. ••Engagement Announced "* (Mr and Mrs Ted Wallentine ^announce the engagement of their daughter, Karin, to Dale Junker- *hneier, son of Mr and Mrs Mar-' 2vin Junkermeief of Elmore. No •adaite has been set for the wed> *Bing. flower Show Planned ** The Lakota Flower Club met ^Tuesday with Mrs Fred Baumann. *Plans -were made for a flower Jphow to be held at the City Hall, *August 19. The public is invited Ho attend and bring their flowers Jand .plants and enter them in the Xshow. f* __ \i Mrs Frauke Schadendorf and lenry Dontje, Sr. accompanied Ir and Mrs Herman Dontje of Buffalo Center to the 13th an- *aual family reunion picnic of the *ponye family held at Blue Earth iBunday.. *p Laura Ruth, infant, daughter fj>f Mr ,and Mrs Dennis Lunn, was pjaptized at St. Mathew's Lutheran church at Stevens after ser"vices Sunday. Mr and Mrs Mich 3»el Christ, Jr. were the sponsors. «F,ollowing the services the Lunns «had as .dinner guests, Mr and 'Mrs "phrist, Mrs Lila Lunn and three "•children of Fairmont, Minn., Mr it^and Mrs Henry Eggert and fam- "*ily bf,Swea City,and Mr and Mrs ^Ernest s Heidi<iker and'.ifamily. \ «» Mr and Mrs -Lester Blain of TL- «4onka ..were Sunday /afternoon* Wallers "at the "John 1 GHese home'. % Mr and Mrs Thomas O'Connor wnand family of Baltimore, Maryland have been visiting the past Swo weeks at the parental S. P. HSPowers home and with the S. L. , "Powers family. • • w Thd Lakota Luckies 4-H Club Entertained their mothers at a »tea held at the home of their ""leader, Mrs C. A. Gutkenccht ^Eriday evening. Eacly «member «of the Club took pai*t in the program". At it'.s'conclusion thej. ^perveql sandwiches, cup cakes and *i3)uneh made by themselves. ^ Monday evening callers a't the ' Becker home were Mr and ; 'William Goldtrap and family Elmore, 'Mr and Mrs Herbert '2Julius and family and Donmi SOlson. ' •" * >; ' •«» Saturday evening callers at the ""home of Mrs Rosa Rhamsitock '3vere Mi's Bertha Trump and .Mrs -Lena Schwarz. •" W. D. Ley and daughter, Car- 5>lyn, showed their hoi-ses in ^seven classes at three horse shows -"•on Saturday and Sunday. The ^shows were held at Swea City, ^Forest City and Mallard. The *?iieys won five firsts and two .•3>ecood. prizes.,^ w 'Mrs H. H. Murray, attended a stttridal shwvvei 1 : Saturday afternoon "'honoring Jeannie Murray at Buffalo Center. w' 'Mr and. Mr,s Andrew Jansen *were Sunday afternoon callers ^t ithe home of Mr and Mrs Ro- 5>ei-t Rippentrpp in Elmore. . «f, -Saturday afternoon Elsie Baum ^und her sister, Mrs Irwin Sch- i^vietert of Burt entertained at a ^foaby shower for Mrs John , *O,pheim oi Sexton- She received , Jfnany lovely gifts. A lunch was •» ,Mr and Mrs Paul Hertzke had *hg Sunday guests, Elsie Baum, Jldr and Mrs Art Baum and Fred • <*iand Mr and Mrs Irvin Schwietert Sbf Burt. £ -JMr 'and Mrs Art Baum and «F,mJ Iftft Monday morning for pjorado, They • hope to live jeeaie .permaaentty 4f they find jat ,ftfe ««Ur#ate' is suitable for ; Bajum who .sutfei's from hay- and i flwyn C*'awf<ird of Okla- $p§nt Ihe ^w8eke•nd at the tal A, $>. Anderson home. i Robert Beemer and chil- Wf0n^ rf -to t ip.wa City Monday !, fcl^y, yjsited with her fa- ,-E, i*M, ,,"Pct0r, ipr several yg ;and ihfu 'Weaj. on to Vilisca, other rula- SAVE MONEY! "SAVE TIME! SUGAR WITH ANY PURCHASE BPEt PRICES FOR JULY 23-24-45 » QUANTifY RIGHTS RESERVED NATCO, 24-03. No Deposit , SPARKLING BEVERAGES NEW ERA, 24-oz. No Deposit f% Low Calorie BEVERAGES L SPECIAL wsTA'umjfmr I (KB,. SOFREStl SALAD DRESSING STILLWELL WATER PACK BLACKBERRIES or BO YSENBERRIES,. GARDEN FRESH COUNCIL OAK "TFOOO .STORES AMERICAN DELUXE Instant COFFEE ROBB.ROSS - "' SUM-R-AID r , "f HC 7 ks Z5 • « * • » 50 FREE STAAAPS WITH $5.00.Purchase or More GOOD ONLY AT ALGONA NATIONAL - COUNCIL OAK STORE EXPIRATION DATE - JULY 25, 1959 * WE GIVE KING HORN STAMPS WITH EVERY PURCHASE * CORN FED BEEF, Cut and SPECIAL SLICED PEACHES OR WHOLE UN PEELED APRICOTS ROUND BONE CUT, Per Ib. ... BLADE CUT JUICY AND TENDEB BONELESS PdT ROAST, Per Ib, . «irNATI©WAL*VAtUE^WA^^P^ --.^ • TPNOEft STEAKS SPINACH No. 303 i cans BEEF QUARTERS CUT & WRAPPED FREE PEE LB. 1C FRONTS PER PERLB. TOP TASTE SKINLESS FRANKS i-LB PKG. .......... TOP TASTE BRAUNSCHWEIGER P£R FRESHLY GROUND OF LEAN, PURE, FRESH BEEF LB. BLUE RIBBON NAPKINS ASSORTED COLORS pkgs. of 60 < LILLY 9-INCH Picnic Plates of 40 LB. SPECIAL TOP TASTE LUNCHEON CHUNK PERLB. BOLOGNA OHUNK Cod fl* NATCO CREAM STYLE THIS IS THE WEEK TO CAN OR FREEZE WASHINGTON STATE NO. i MOORPARK APRICOTS SS '«?««* EASY LIFE SUDS LIQUID DETERGENT . 40* ™ i. Can SUNK1ST FRESH LEMONS PEE BOZ. No.^i CANS SUNKIST 113 SIZE ORAN GES PER DOZ, ..... r....' CALIF. GREEN PASCAL CELERY LARGE STALK .-ffTfir, CHAMP Dog Food 1-LB. CANS Schilling Pickling Spices Mixed jpickle Spices, 1 J / 4 -Oz. |9c Mustard Seed, 2 3/8 oz. 15c Celery Seed, 1 ^ ,«z,..,,,..,.. .iSc StUfc Cinnamon, J-Oz. :,..:., .a9u Whole Cloves, 1 l/B oz. .. -.. 23c tt iR ft DTf 7 JlvP.v, &11& CRACKERS BOX MAOf WITH QUAKER OATS 20- AV6-, WASHED NO. 1 RED POTATOES Ifl-tB BAG ™If {MIW W»»JI1|P ,»V 3 LUX REG. BARS WISK CAN . LUX TOILBf'SOAP ' 2 BA^H' SIZE LUX LIQUID -;.; 71' S3-OZ. BREEZE LARGE PKG THK IOW SUDS RINSO BLUE .'33' SURF FROZEN FOODS GARDEN GATE GRAPE JUICE 6-oz. 1 Tte Can • I GARDEN FRESH PEAS 10,05. PKGS. LIPTON TEA THE "BRISK" TEA Handy Andy . BOTOIB »» SPRY (5o 3-LB. SERVfWC YC;J PMMII|VllllMilllPM|IH^BBIH|^^I^B^^^B^^HHi^BHH| BUBBLE UP 6 ior 25c

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