The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1959 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 23, 1959
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6-Algena (to.) U>P*f Dei Moin*i Thursday, July, 23, To Wed In September At Wedding Mr and Mrs Jim Walker attended the wedding Sunday afternoon at East Chain. Minn., of the hitter's cousin. Judy Borchardt, to Wayne Frank in the Methodist church. They were supper guests of Mr and Mrs R. G. .xBtirehardt, who also live at East Chain. Mr and Mrs Lionel Hovey, Algona, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Beverly Jean, above, to Gordon Hauck, son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hauck of •Humboldt. The wedding will •take place September 5, at 7:30 p.m. in First Lutheran church here. (Isaacson photo • UDM engraving) Entertains Guest Mrs Jim Walker entertained at a coffee last week Wednesday afternoon honoring Mrs Paul Willey, Golden, Colo. Other guests were Mrs Tom Moe, Mrs Melvin Sifert, Mrs Dwight Simpson, Mrs Jens Sorensen, Mrs Chester Willey and Mrs Milton Farrow, LuVerne. Family Reunion Held Mr and Mrs Frank Vera and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Fred Hagen attended the Hagen family reunion at Red wood Falls, Minn., a week ago Sunday. Shower For Miss Winkel 'Mrs James VanAllen and Mary Ilia Erpelding gave a personal shower for LaVonne Winkel on Thursday evening, July 16th, at the Erpelding home. Attending -besides the guest of honor were Mrs L. A. Winkel, Mrs Eldon Winkel. Mrs Simon Henry, Mrs Win. Dodds, Mrs Charles Fox, Mrs Merle Loss. Mrs Mike Sch- mil. Mrs Peter Erpelding, Graco McEvoy, Betty Thilges, Diane Stebritz, Joan Henry, Arlenc Ludwig, Bernice Smith "and Donna King. Foih Reunion Held The Foth families held!a reunion at Algona, Sunday, July 20. at the fairgrounds. This being the first reunion scheduled in that family, it was called together by the three remaining brothers of the Foth family, John Foth, Algona, George Foth, Livermore, and Anton Fain, Osage. Families of the deceased members of tho Foths as well as those of the living members gathered to become reacquainted. There were 106 present from Iowa and •Minnesota. Plans were made to have the gathering each year. In ^attendance were the families of L. Schlinwein, New Hampton; Art Wessel, Fairmont; Rod Wessel, Fairmont; Frank Menke, Fairmont; Charles Lappe, Burt; Mike Mays, Ashton; Herman Erkes, Sheldon; Paul Wolf, Sfiel- don; Mary and Ann Foth, She!* don; Mrs Martha Foth, Bancroft; Joe Ford, Bancroft; Lawrence Lappe, Bancroft; Francis Foth, Bancroft: Johfl Bailey, iLeslie Higley, Algona: Aleen Foth, fttehard Foth and George Foth, Livermore; Thomas Crahan, Humboldt; Richard Thul, Bode; Gordon Foth, Goldfield; Thomas Fdth and Anton Foth, Osage) Donna Ramsey, Waterloo; Bill and John Foth of Algona. Indian Day At Titonka Set For July 29th Once again this year all roads lead to Titonka for their annual Indian Day celebration to be held Wednesday, July 29. Festivities will get underway Tuesday evening, July 28, when the Merriam Midway Shows will be set up and in operation on the midway. •& Wednesday morning, at 10:00 ajn., the annual parade will be held through the streets of town with entries indicating that this year's parade will be the biggest ever staged in this North Iowa community. Five bands have already stated that they will be present for the gala occasion, and more float units are being registered daily. The afternoon program will feature street sports for contestants of all ages. This has proven to be a very popular event the past couple of years, and should provide a lot of entertainment for the participants as well as the spectators. The evening program will be highlighted with the annual Home Talent Show, featuring talent from many of the nearby communities. $100.00 in cash prizes are being offered the amateurs, with prizes for everyone participating. Indian Day has become one o the most popular North Iowa celebrations, and will prove to be great fun for everyone attending once again. For a day filled with fun and excitement, don't misa Titonka's Indian Day celebration, Wednesday, July 29. Hunt's Whole In,Heavy Syrup 4 No. Cans $5.98 - Case of 24 Cans $ Val Vita 4 No. 2'/2 Cans $5,98 - Case of 24 Cans Cat Fame — 46 Oz. Can PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT JUICE $2,98-Case of 12 Cans. Cal Fame —'46 Oz. Can ORANGE JUICE r $2.98 — Case of 12 Cans TOILET TISSUE 16 Rolls Flav - O - Rite FLOUR 5 Lb. Bag Choice Cuts BEEF ROAST Lb. Rosedale Grade A BUTTER Lb. BETTER PRINTING for less — Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. SUGAR KIRK'S SUMMER 10 Lbs Rosedale PEAS Case 24 Cans ,. . Swift's Choice ROUND STEAK Lb. Swift's Premium Pure Pork SMOKIES Pkg. Armour's Columbia Hundreds of Pairs of Women's & Children's Shoes Re-Grouped anci Re-Priced For Quick Clearance 3 Exciting Price Groups ! ! 'Connies' Group 1 'Show Offs' 'Paris Fashions' 1 These are primarily women's flats. All I current shoes. | Formerly $5.95 to $6.95 '3.33 Wheat Chex OR Rice Chex BACON 1 Lb. Cello Kraft's Processed Velveeta CHEESE 2Lb. Box Duncan Hines — Angel Food Cake Mix Miracle Whip or Mrs Clark's SALAD DRESSING Qt. 39C Barrel of Coarse, Large Size RING BOLOGNA Group 2 'Kickerinos' • 'Jacqueline' • 'Tweedies' • 'Heel Hugger' • 'Enna Jettick' This group is from our better dress-up stock. Mostly popular pump styling. Formerly $10.95 to $13.95 Group 3 Children's dressy and service type shoes. Broken sizes in quality shoes. Smart Moms will check these for school wear, Formerly $4.95 to $6.95 Beef Quarters: We still have Ridiculous Prices on choice Beef Fronts. If you want to save money, stop in today and buy one of these fronts. Cut, wrapped and marked at no extra charge. 6-25c 12-49c '* H7C loiter! 24-98c '2.99 Plus Deposit on Bottles FREE! FREE! Come In ! Register for free White Portable Electric Sewing Machine Each Time You Visit The Store Thrift Pak ICE CREAM 1 / 2 Gal. Fresh CUCUMBERS 2 '•< 15c Sunkist Oranges 3° $1 Produce Large Each 19c • Large CELERY 19c White 10 Lbs. POTATOES 49c THE STORE WITH SHOSS SMART SHOPPERS CHOOSi I iUlUUIUlIUItilUUUtUlllUUUIIIHUiUUIUUIIUUIII WE GIVE LOW PRICES EVERYDAY G STAMPS

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