The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 13, 1959 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 13, 1959
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Thursday, August 13, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines—3 Graveside Rites For Tit onka Infant Today Graveside rites for the new- born son of Mr and Mrs Alvirf Brandt of Titonka were held this morning (Thursday),, at the Emmanuel Lutheran cemetery in Titonka. Rev. H.. A. Diers officiated. The baby was born August 11 at ,the Buffalo Center hospital and lived about two hours. Be- sides his parents he is survived by three brothers and sistersi Grandchild Of Algona Couple Dies Suddenly Funeral services for Dcbrr Dawn Lassahn, 8, daughter o Mr and-Mrs Fred Lassahn, Mason City, and granddaughter of M and Mrs Gale Stockwell, Algona were held Friday-at 2 p.m. in a Mason City funeral home. Rev Charles F. Haigh officiated and burial was at Eknwood cemetery. Pallbearers were Hugh Magner, Harold Klcmensen, Russell Wudu and Carl True. The' little girl died suddenly Wednesday*' evening in Mercy hospital at Mason City after a short illness. She entered tho hospital earlier the same day. Debra Dawn was born Oct. 14, 1950 at Algona. She was active in Sunday school and the Brownies and .attended second grade at Lincoln school, Mason City. Besides her parents and grandparents here, she is survived by a sister, Carol, a brothcjr, Fred, Jr., and her maternal grandmother, Mrs Rosa Lassahn, Britt. The rotri the list of pallbearer! nnd Mrvivors besides the parents ore brotih«r, Roland, San Pedro, and a sister, , Nelda, at ionic, B j an< * *** s W. A" •f'ostef ef Algona win obfcMv* *ti» Golden Aftfcltremty of thai* me*tlagr<» thl« Albert Meyer, WhKtcm<vre» Sunday, August 16. A dinner for relatives will be held .at-, noon .at the Algona Country Club and a name of Paul Lauck was omitted rception for .all friends will be held in the parlors o* tfi**t Methodtst elnirch from 2 to 5 p.m. The ^"Pterf Quests that there be no gifts. ^ , .. .. William. Andrew Foster and Fern Demihg were frtaffled Au&ust 18.1909 at Arlington. They moved to Webster City stion afterward where Mr Foster was associated with his brother, Arcft, .in the furniture and undertaking business. They came t6 Algona in 1916 and established the Foster furniture store here.. fe , the -couple has one daughter, Mary Elizabeth, (Mrs Wesley Bartlett), Algona, and a nephew, Dallas roster, Fort Dodge, who made his home with tham after he Was 12 years old. Mr Foster turned the furniture store over to his sort-in-Iaw, Wes Bartlett, five"'years ago and presumbably retired. But he is ttidre active than ever. He fills-in in all departments of the store, is an appraiser for the Home Federal and Loan Association herfe where he is on the board of directors; and does a great deal of work connected with church loans in the Algona Conference of the Methodist church. Mrs Foster is also active in the church and in club work, and both are interested in gardening. i_ Children are a delight to both Mr and Mrs Foster •— especially their three grandchildren,'Barbara, Bill and Brett Bartlett. At 75, Mr Foster entertains his neighbor's children nearly everyday by standing on his head! . Present at the anniversary observance will be Mr Foster's brothers, Dr. Jess Foster, Long Beach, Caiif. and Arch Foster, Webster City, and Mrs Foster's sister, Mrs Florence Rawson, independence, (Glenn's Studio Photo -- UDM Engraving), Cargill Salesmen Attend Meeting Twelve Cnrgfil hybrid.- seed corn salesmen from this aron attended a sales meeting held here nt. the AJgonn Hotel, AUK. 10. Ted G. Erickson of Spencer, territory manager, conducted yie meeting. , • Attending wore Mr ana'Mrs Arnold Danielson. Algona; Mi and Mrs Harry if. Lund, Mr anc Mrs Art Johnson and Mr and Mrs John C. Isder, all of,Swea City; Mr and Mrs John D, JOlin- son, Titonka; Mr and Mrs Bury 1 B(-rg, Elmore; Mr and Mi's I.van Johnson. Wesley;' Mr and Mrs linns Baago, Fenton; Oonova'h 1 J. Sludcr, Corwith; Cecil Long/Al- gonu; and Albert Kolhisch, Bancroft. Correction Several errors appeared in the obituary of Eleanor Ruth Meyer in last week's issue. Miss Meyer, 16, died Monday, Aug. 3 at 11:40 p.m. at the farm .home of hei .. . parents, 'Edna BehrYke Meyer and Jerry Wickman Of Rodman Is Crash Victim A 20 year-old Rodman man, Terry'Wickman, was killed Tuesday' when the loaded gravel truck he wa.s driving collided with an Illinois Central freight I train 3V.> miles south of La|b View. Funeral rites 'for you nig Wickman are spending at an Erfl- metsburg funeral home. ">. According to reports, the truck struck the second freight,car'be- hind the three dicsel power units of the train. Wickman wa,s driving a truck for a road construction crew which is completing a road project between Lake View and Carnarvon. Enter Franciscan Order. of Mr & Mrs John B. Reding of St. Joe was received into the Franciscan Order in Dubuque at Mt. St. Francis Convent., on Monday, August 10,. with relatives attending the service. 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Sizes 4 to 14. . | Reg. $3.98 To $4.98 Back - To - School SPECIAL iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Girls 7 Triple Roll '95 to $1^95 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Girls' Back - To - School DRESSES SOCKS 2.98 Illllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll! New Pullover Cardigan SWEATERS By Kate Greenway, Jack Hanig, Young | Popcorn Stitch — White • Buttons % Way Down. Life and Others. New Ginghams, Plains, | r j Ban , on ._- New Textured Yarns , 12 High J Plaitls< | , EQ A I Shades - Full Fashioned, Novelty Collars Sizes 3-6X Sizes 7-14 | Sizes 7-8'/2 VVV p r . i - Sizes 34-40. to *5= | Sizes 9-11 ««M I Values Tp 79C P ,1 $5.95 For Students Returning To School Extra Heavy TOWE Mojud Skin Tights Non-Shrink, Washable Fabric — Asst. Colors 4-6X $1.98 8-10 Nationally Advertised Towels — Beautiful Colors 18 x 36 Hand Towel - Recj. to 89c ,.-.,.-- 22 x 44 Balh Towel - Reg. $1,98 - $2.98 - —- Large Size Wash Cloths VFor ARMOUR STAR READY ^ TO - EAT 1CH1CS CHOICE BEEF LB. ROASTS 49$ SEE US FOR Home - Killed U. S. Choice BEEF QUARTERS Cut & Wrapped For Your Locker RAY'S WILL SUPPORT the Kossuth Cpunty Fair 4-H Beef sale as usual - anyone desiring quarters please order before the Fair. RATH SLICED 1-Lb. CELLO RENWICK Cheese *49e Fresh Ground Ham Loaf Mix . Lb. 59c WILSON SLICED Bacon Ends 4-Lb. Box VAL VITA IN SYRUP APRICOTS.. HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT Minced.. Pound •m No. 2Vi Can 4 For $1 HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT Franks... Pound LIGHT-MEAT MAYFLOWER TUNA 5 For SI LAST CALL! '1.79 CALIF. ELBERTA iJACK SPRAT cdtORfeD ^ oLEo..:::: 5 fail NEW PACK SANTA ROSA TOMATOES... 303 Can ?For$1 PETER PIPER SWEET PICKLES. 12-Oz. Jar 4 For $1 FANCY GOLDEN Lb. - 10c THOMPSON SEEDLESS WHITE U. S. NO. ONE 10 Lbs. Potatoes 39c CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE ........:.... 12 Rolls $1rJQG CHOW.. 25 Lb. Bag. $2.99 * KRAFT 'MAYONNAISE Qt.69c FOODS BANQUET COMPLETE GOLDEN IFLUFFO Dinners DES MOINES TURKEY BEEF CHICKEN 1*1 BLEACH .— 6al.39c SUNKIST M . BUTTERNUT INSTANT 6 Oz. Jar _____^_______^_ 12 oz can S COFFEE 79c LEMONADE 3 For 59c MONARCH 12-Oz. Can JACK SPRAT No. 300 Can PORK & BEANS ..10c ORANGE JUICE 39c! FLAVOR KIST CREAM SANDWICHES... 1Mb. Cello 39c GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM Half-Gal. (J9 C |SUGAR.. ..., .10lbs.98c

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