The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 20, 1959 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 20, 1959
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Sold In County Past 2 Weeks Area auto and truck dealers sold a total of 45 new vehicles during the past two weeks, according to records at the county • treasurer's office. Owners of new vehicles are: , <2h6v*olet — Menke "Truck Line, (Bancroft; Merville 'Busch, Elmore; Henry Bruns, Titonka; M. E. Sticks, Tit6rtka; J. W. Burnett, Swea City; International Milling Co., Algona; Die Kvams- dale^SWea City; N. C. Gerber West Bend; W. J. Lane, Whittemore; C. H. Snyder, Algona; C I. Anderson, 'Swea City; Levoi • Steinberger, f eriton; D o n a 1 c , Eden, Titonka; L. J. 'Fairbanks Algona; .Raymond Herzog, iLed •yard; Edward or Darlene Farrell , Alg&ha; Eugene or Irvin Mertz 3odo; (Raphael Fabcr, Algona; Harm Steenhard, Lakdta; and Oliver Knudsen, Algona. International <— ^Kosfeulh Co. Imp., Lone Bock; Mor-Oro, AN gona; and Francis Shorey, Lu- Verne. Buick Burl. :,— Florence T. Mc- juire, Algona; iR. C. Girres, West Bend; and Virgil Jensen, iSwea City. d§e —* Dr. Patrick Meenken, West Bend; and Loretta Helinsky, Bancroft. \ Studebaket — John Hartshorn, Ledyard. Ford — E. E. Barr, Algona; W. H. Schaeffer, iS-wea Gity; >K. D. or Florence Hammer, Bode; Elmer Dole Co., truck, Irvington; Carol Plott, Aigona; William Voigt, Fen ton; Ralph or Lavon Lind-> horst, Algona; Addison Clatfk Swea City; and (Perry or Maria Lowmart, Algona. Edrel — D, D. Sparks, Algona Pbriiiae—- Joseph 'Presthus, Algona; and Irwin or Ruth McCarty, Algona. Plymouth — George 'Powers Algona. Mercury — Robert Trenary CorWith. ' thur»dqy, Au fl 20,. (to.) Upp>f D»> Rev. Fred Saahnek, Old* — Stanley Eg«l, Algoha. * Bancroft By Mr*, iawrencd legman Gems From Diamond's Rev. Robittsoh gave his farewell sermon at the Baptist church Sunday, Banns of marriage were published for the first time 'Sunday for Richard Sloan and Mary Di timer. Mr and Mrs Al Baker and family of California are viSitlhg 'the ladies' parents, Mr and Mrs-Charles Inhians, iahd the Paul, Rdss and Phil Inman families. Mr and Mrs Hugh Connelly and daughters Madonna & Kathy returned to their home in Nebraska after several days Witih relatives here. Mr and Mrs Roy McGUire returned after a week's vacation in northern Minnesota. The infant son of Mr and Mrs Glen McCliesh was baptized Sunday in St. John's Catholic church. He has been named Dale and family atcotnp&ftl^H Hose Murphy and Deftriis -,*««• Cliesch to Sioux City S&ta«&y, taking Donna back to her nurses training after a month's v8e»uon here. They also visited .J«*h Sister 'Mary CorneHous afta Sijrter Mary Colistis and Sister MAty Afttonett at Brair Clift OtflH«f Fifteen friends and relatives were at the Art Long waW****- Monday afternoon to help Mrs Nel Kirsch celebrate hefr •9«n birthday. Her niece; Miss Fritz- Simmons, St. Paul, came fdr Ule occasion. Syl Lead, Zinc, and Titaniam WHITF EXTERIOR PAINT Reg. $5.50 Value ^ go 5 GALLON PAIL <Bt *J „ ONLY $18.88 ^ Gallon — ^WSKSri«»SSSftw Steven. -Sponsors were and Joanne "McCliesh. DavUd Leader All-Purpose WHITE PAINT Perfect fo* fences, out ^A 3V ' buildings, or primer JK* Gallon coat. T *•»*•""•"' 5 GALLON LOTS - $11.251 Mr and Mrs John Menke and Mr and Mrs Richard Mcnko spent the weekend in Minneapolis and brought Janice Merika and Patsy Dudding home. " Mr and Mrs Richard Mcnko and the John Menkes went 'to Milwaukee Monday where they will attend some ball games. Mrs Rose Murphy will leave this week for Chicago, where she will meet her brother and wife and her six sisters for a family reunion. 'Relatives here received wore of the death of -Hugh Farrow youngest son of Mrs Maude SYMPHONY IN COLOR HARMONY RUBBER LATEX WAUL PAINT Dries in minutes. Truly a beautiful paint to work with add see. | O»n»»»ri» »4 <!C HO 3 99 Gallon Shbryl Lynn Weydcrt. daughter of Mr and Mrs Nicholas Wev- dert. left Sunday for 'a wtek's Jr. Red Cross leadership trainmf camp near Madrid. She is olie o 5 delegates and 2 •counselors selected to represent Mr and Mrs Leonard Weydef *and Sandy from *Adamsj ^Minn< Mr and Mrs George Fa'ber from West Bend and Mr and Mrs Tony Weydcnt and family from her were Sunday guests in the Nleh olas Weydert home. John Harold 'Reding, son o Mr and Mrs Maurice Reding, wa japtifced in 'St. Joseph's churc by Rev. Beo C>' SchUma'Cher Wit i JUtiy 'Bormah and Harold Fri- leres as sponsors. Mr and 'Mrs Leonard Weydcrt and Sandy of Adams, Minn, vyere weekend visitors here with relative^ and »friends. Mr and Mrs John 'Bormann atiQ family received word of the AT RAY'S JACK SPRAT CUT & WHOLE OR HALVES 39 Gardner Charles Farrow Farrow. and the late Hugh died Wednesday at his home in Washington, D. C. He has sey eral aunts and uncles living iin this vicinity. •Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr anc Arliss and Roselee Dorr of Mast) City spent several days in Osceola, Wis. at the Herbert Dorr SUPER BRIGHT RED OUTSIDE BARN PAINT 99 Gallon 5 GALLON PAIL ONLY $19.50 ing. IttJilaij * i-v*;* v W\A »»«* v*. "* * death 'of a nephew and cousm, Raymond Stessman, with funeral services Monday •mornin.g at Eafrt- g. St. Joseph's grade school pupfts will have registration Aug. 23 foUowing both. Masses. St Joseph's school will open Sept. 1 St. Joseph's parish is scheduled for a 'Parish 'Mission ibeginmng Sept. 20 and closing Sept, ?:27. residence. Mr and Mrs Vincent Becker and children spent the weekend at Hospers with relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman Wesley Wizards Wesley Wizards 4-H club met at the Center '.School, Aug. I/ Vivian Pommer gave a. dejuon- stration and Kathy iDetmering gave a talk. iLinda IDetmering and Helen Skow also gave demonstrations. Mr and Mrs Roger : ~-—,~ . Carpenter, are -parents of thei first child a son, Stephen Joseph born Aug. 7 at the ;Osage'hd.spital This is the first grandchild ; ;fo Mr and Mrs Joe Sinnwell of herg iMath Zeimet is visiting with hi daughter, Mr and Mrs Edwar Andrelinas and family ' al Med icine ,Lake, Mont, and with othe relatives at Roundup ;and Grea 'VMWM!/. Let us tell you a little about our DuBarry line of fine cosmetics Joining the, many famous names'of quality cosmetics on our shelves is the proud name of DuBarry. We have stocked a complete line of this fine cosmetic to offer our customers an even fuller line of cosmetics than ever before. We have listed just a few of the many pieces we have in stock. 0 All Clear Medicated Lotion • Dainty-dry Deodorant O Flatter-glo Makeup Base O Bath Powder • Cleaning Grains • face Powder ' VJ 9 Seven Winds Cologne Mist • Surrender, Danger, Reflexions, Rocochet, New Horizons and Doux Jasmin Sprays. Just Arrived! Big Fall Assortment of Costume Jewelry in New Fall Shades Add that extra special touch to any "fall outfit with a new piece of costume jewelry from Rusk's . , , our new fall shades have just arrived ... Algona's finest selection. Brighten any outfit - either new or old — with a piece or two> from RyskVneW fall-selection of Jewelry. The St. Joseph's Trojans-4-1 Club met at the Hilbert farm Wednesday evening. Duane Hubert gave a demonstration. [ •Mr and Mrs Clarence Smith and sons are on a trip through western 'States and a visit with relatives in .California. , Mr and Mrs Ray Zeimet and family are vdsiting with Mr Zei- met's' mother, Mi's Nick :Zeime>t ,and other relatives at Roundup, Montana. Donald and James Dudding of Bancroft are visitors 'herp in the home of cousins, Mr and Mrs Eugene Zeimet 'and family. Mr and Mrs .Gilbert G. Koch of Great Falls, Mont, are parents of their first child,, a son, Jcffery John, born on Aug. 6.' 'This is the first grandchild for Mr and Mrs Edward Andrilenas o'f Medicine Lake, Montana and the first great grandchild for Math Zeimet of here. Swea fc Eagle Mr and Mrs Ole Kvamsdale attended the Madsen reunion at Worthihgton, Minn. Sunday. From there, they drove to Beresford, •South Dakota to visit friends, the Ludwi-g Johnsons, returning Monday evening. Others attending the Madsen .reunion from this area were Mrs Frank Isaacson, Swea City. Mrs Richard O'Grecn entertained at arco'ffee party Friday evening in 'honor of her sister, Mrs ltd Bowman of Peoriu, 111. Present to .greet Mrs Bowman were Mrs Don ; Harr of Billings, Montana, Mrs Roy Rohlin of ,Rock Rapids, 'Mrs Wayne -Thompon,. Mrs Darrell Newlin, Mrs Walter 'O'Green, Mrs Al'bert, Anderson and Mrs Maurice Drew,, "-TheiMarlin Bardt family have e turned -from a : 10-da.y vacution it Arnolds 5 Park. ALGONA F 'IT'S NEWS, 'WE WANT IT HAMBURGERS BUNS MIRACLE WHIP PORK LOIN END CENTER CUT ROASTS 2961>> CHOPS 49£'" HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT FRANKS Lb. 49c RATH'S LEAN SLICED BACON One-Lb. Cello 39c HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT MINCED Lb. 39c WILCON'S READY-TO-EAT CANADIAN BACON " 89c HOME MADE Britt Ring Bologna.. lb. 49c MONARCH EVAPORATED TALL CAN CHOICE CONTADtNA PEACHES 2Vz Can SLICED or HALVES PRIDO GOLDEN <*i LB. SHORTENING 3 TIN JACK SPRAT COLORED OLE Lbs. FROZEN SPECIALS MONARCH 12-Oz. Can SUGAR TO LBS. MA BROWN'S 12-Oz. Jar PRESERVES 4 ™« $1 BLACK RASPBERRY & STRAWBERRY BULK PURE CIDER VINEGAR 45-Grain ORANGE JUICE 39c SUNKIST BOOTH FROZEN STRAWBERRIES BOOTH ROUND BREADED 12-Oz. Can 3for59c One-Lb. Box 39c Gal. 59c S9C BEANS PIC-L-JOY DOUBLE SWEET HorSl PICKLES Pint Jar CHOC. SYRlflP

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