The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 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 23, 1959
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DWAN, DARK SWEET CHERRIES NO. 303 TALL CAN HUNT'S WHOLE UNPEELED j APRICOTS 4 2!/2 Size Tin cans tit H O R M E L ' S 7'- 12 Oz. Tin 39* ST ARKISt, LARGE TIN REAL G OLD Orange Base PILLSBURY, 5 tB. BAG FLOUR FLAVORITE COOKIES 13 DIFFERENT KINDS 4 PKGS. FOR S H I -C 46 OZ. TIN 251 DEL MONTE, LARGE SIZE BOTTLE CATSUP GOLD MEDAL 25 Lb, TEND& 'N' PLUMP SPRING ARMOUR CAMPFIRE Skinless Wi EACH 2 BAG WELL TRIMMED BEEF ROAST LB. ARMOUR STAR, SLICED LARGE BOLOGNA LB. 43 BUN SIZE — 12 OZ. PKG. WISCONSIN COLBY LONGHORN CHEESE Full Pound 49C BOOTH FAMILY PAC|< 1 LB. BOX 99* NEW LOAD 22 - 24 LB. 14 LB. LUG, WASHINGTON CANNING APRICOTS LAST CALL LCHADE 32 OZ. CAN 3 >" 89c ALGONA UPPER DBS MOINES AlOONA, IOWA, THUftSOAt, JUIY, 23, 1959 LONE ROCK Mr find Mrs Henry Tinman of Fcnton were guests Sunday in ihe Frank Drover home. 'Mr nnd Mrs Robert Baxter and Hnrry Rouse of Ruthven were Thursday Rucsts in the Leslie Bnxtcr home. Mrs Frunk Flniy was n guest in the RoRer Jensen home Sunday, nnd in the nfternoon Mrs Dean Jortfensnn and Barbara of Alf{onn were rollers. Mr and Mrs Clarence Hovoy and family of Armstrong and Mi and Mrs Wayne Meyer of AlRonn were Sunday Ktiosts' in the Arclen Hovey home. Mr and Mrs Dave Weber and Bobby were rallers of Mr a Mrs Joe Gate/ of Sheldon. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn went to Crcston to meet their granddaughter, Kal'hy Quinn, who from San Lcandro, Calif. Mr anc Mrs Quinn and Kathy were Sun day guests in the Jim Thul home at Bonne. 'Mrs Ed McGuire of Argnnn was a Rucst Sunday in the E. A. Let home. iMr and Mrs Darryl House holder were Sunday guests in th Fred Mortensen home at Fenlon Mr and Mrs Alfred SehuU of Oltosen spent Saturday evening in the Maude Blanchnrd home. Mr and Mrs Frank Flalg were callers in the C. W. Heertll home at Burl Sunday eveninR. Mr and Mrs Bob Chestnutwood and family of Winterset visited from Tuesday until Sunilay In Ihe Art Priebe home. Mr and Mrs A. L. Anderson of R'ingsted were cullers Wednesday in the Art Priebe home. C'loria Householder visited Friday and Saturday in Algona with Jean Christcnsen. BRING YOUR OWN JUG LK CIDER VINEGAR Gal. S E A M I S T LEMONADE CAN WE HAVE ON HAND A LIMITED SUPPLY Of 30 Lb. Tins FROZEN STRAWBERRIES SUPER VALU Bancroft Man Injures Hand In Grinder Bancroft — Martin McGuire is wearing a splint on his right ndL While grinding feed at his farrrTYiome Wednesday, Martin, got his hand caught and his fingers were cut and bruised. He s the son of Mr and Mrs Chares McGwire. *•* TVIr and Mrs Henry W'iehten- dahl of WhiUemore were Surn day evening guests in the Roger Long home. Mr nnd Mrs Wayne Decker of Lone Rock were callers Sunday in the Clinton Decker home in. Algona. {Marilyn Chestnutwood & Mrs David Berkland were callers in the Roger Long home Thursday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Roger Long spent last week vacationing at Leech Luke in Minnesota. They visited in the Don Jensen home and in the Glenn Householder home while there. !Mr and Mi's Jrthn Haack of Livcrmorc were Sunday visitors in the Mary Genrich home. Mr and Mrs A.. D. NoWibrough were Sunday visitors in the J. A. Veils home at Elmore. Relatives vistting at the George Merron home this week were his mother, Mrs Frank 'Merron, and Mr and Mrs Carney and two children, Davenport, and Mr and Mrs Ray Merron and daughter, Waterloo. ; 'Banns of marriage Were pub- ished for the first time Sunday for Francis Bauer, son of Mr and Mrs Frank Bauer and Sharon Kricson. f Mr and Mrr, Cletus Dorr and Arliss were at. Mason City Saturday and spent the day witH Roselee Dorr and Mr and Mrs Sylvester Dorr and Mr and Mra Herbert Dorr and family, Os* ceola, Wis. and Mr and Mrs Beri Dorr, St. Benedict, who were there for a picnic supper, Mr and Mrs Joe Kemna ar6 the parents of a daughter born July 17 at the Estherville hospital. They now have a family of one son and two daughters. . Mrs Richard Menke, Mrs Cletus Dorr and Mrs Laurence Bergman drove to Sioux City Friday bringing Alice Menke and Donna Bergman S. N. home for . a month's vacation at the parental homes. « Mr and Mrs Sylvester Dorr; visiting here from California and Mr and Mrs Ben Dorr, St. Benedict, spent Thursday evening and were supper guests of Mr and- Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss. Wehrspan of Ottosen, Mrs Ottd Wichtendahl and Mrs John Gelt- •/.enauer of Fenton, plus hundreds of great grandchildren on down now living mostly in north Iowa and southern Minnesota. This get-together is an annual affair, old aquaintances are renewed and more' and more new faces show up every year. Mrs Wm. 1-auck of Whittemore is secretary and L. W. Geitzenauer of Lone Rock is chairman. They personally extend a cordial welcome for all to attenfl. VET'S DOG FOOD 12 *• $1.00 49c Baas Reunion Set For July 26 The annual Baas family reunion will be held Sunday, July 20, at .Sylvania Park, Fairmont, vith a big picnic dinner. This reunion is for the direct descendnts of the early pioneer settlers, Fred Baas and his wife ouisa, who with eight children lornesteaded near Whittemore some 73 years ago. The only survivors of this farn- ly living now, are Mrs William Miniature Golf Meet A miniature golf tournament, complete with prizes for the winners, will be held at the miniature golf course west of the swimming pool here August 7, 8 and»9; A qualifying score of 68 is necessary to get in on the finals of the 36-hole meet. FUNDS 32 5 u an v, v ' 01 K O t. G. n V. u w;* (XWW Fi lie OH 1 & s >> Jr Salesman Honored Robert C. Diekmann, Algona, an agent of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co., was cited July 20 for outstanding life insurance sales among all the> company's agents coast-to-coast in the 1959 agents' honor year. PUBLICATION NOTICE NOTICE—The Extension Council of Kossuth County. Iowa will meet August 5. lllflli ut 8:00 p.m.. at the Farm Bureau Building. Algona. Taxpayers will be' heard for or aKalnsl the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year January 1. 1SIUO. Mrs Andrew C. Hanson Secretary. Extension Council County Agrieultviral Extension Education 2,503.18 16.582.25 1G.78G.58 18,485.00 985.00 17,500.00 TOTALS 2.50IU8 10,582.25 16,786.58 18,485.00 985,00 17,500.00 PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY LIKE GOOD MUSIC? Jan Garbep Stan KeoJo Smith Frima Wt «rt now *p»n 9 to f f t» * \ '1, * F J.' , x^.'W*?

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