The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 3, 1959 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 3, 1959
Page 9
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»V-^y*<n|Kj»«T"r- Contadina, New Pack.. SLICED or HALVES .ans i, , T*- FOLGER'S r kuubui i Cm .PRICES! DOLE'S CRUSHED Pineapple 14 Tins Algeria (to.) Upp*r DM Thursday, S«pt. STURGEON BAY RED Pie Cherries 2 No. 2 Tins 45C RED DOT VV"'' ..-••':>.- : *•«• •*' CHIPS Large Twin Pack GREEN GIANT PEAS Angelus White Large 14 Oz. Pkg. REYNOLDS 25 Foot ALUMINUM FOIL... 29c MUSSELMAN'S - 303 Tall , .V.'frt APLESAUeL......Ea.15c DEL MONTE CREAM STYLE or WHOLE KERNEL Corn 6 GRANDEE ^u H .A 4 '• »!.,, V i "i*^**V*-..U.T'-.-^^'"''" '• . . <"^'^i^,- "*&.$ ^ W REFRIGERATOR JAR ' IVes Stuffed orPlain 39* 5,000 Lbs m , ' .i • Armour's Star Smoked ARMOUR'S CRESCENT SLICED BACON •4 '' ! ** | LB.' LAYER jg Little Ottosen Girl Suffers Leg Fracture Offosen — Cindy Ludwig, dad* ghtor of Mr and Mrs .foe Lud- wiK, who is nearly 15 months old Is at Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge for the second time in her young life. Although no one saw the ac* cident she apparently fell from a ladder which stood against thf» house. The bone in her right IPR is broken below the hip and it is necessary for her to be in traction for four or five weeks. Infant Has Pneumonia Daryl Spofch, month old son of Mr nncl Mrs Robert Speich, Was hospitalized with pneumonia at Algonn Monday. After his recovery, X-rays were taken, revealing he had a faulty heart. His parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Spoich of Algona took him to Iowa City for examinations Friday. Have Anniversary Mr and Mrs Bernard Strait wen; surprised Monday evening and again .Tuesday evening in lonor of their fifth wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Bob Bor- nann and Mr and <Mrs Henry Bormann of St. Joe came Monday evening. Tuesday evening callers were the George Streit family, the Marvin Erpelding family, Mr and Mrs Ed Streit and Marcella Fandel of Whittc- more and the Clet Streit family of St. Joe and Miss Ellen Hutchinson of Bancroft. Both evenings the guests brought lunch and a gift. YOUNG, TENDER, PLUMP, CUT UP ling Fries each 69 C ttBa&QWmraoa^^ ARMOUR'S CAMPFIRE SKINLESS I WILSON'S CERTIFIED RINELESS WEINERS Slob Bacon 3 Ibs. 1.19 Ib. 39c %8y^ff^<%%£^^ FAMOUS DUBUQUE BONELESS, SKINLESS, COOKED VAN CAMP'S P 0 RK And 8IANS 'i* * ' ' No. 2 Cans $ 1 Daisy Brand - NEOPOLITAN or V ANIL A mr nnriii ICE CREAM Gallon ! HAMS Picnics 5 Lb. Can 4& % Lb. Tins (Each Also Available in 3 Lb. Tins) WELL TRIMMED SLICED, CHOPPED HAM. :.Lb.59cl BEEF ROAST... Lb. 49c F L A VO RITE COOKIES 14 Varieties - Mix 'Em or Match 'Em packages MA BROWN'S NEW RED U.S. NO. 1 POTATOES 1O Ib. bag CALIFORNIA WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPES 2 29C FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN Orange Juiee 5 DILL PICKLES HAMBURGER SLICES Wtf m m IWPB W IHr ^p^ft Wff ^f • H HHilliK 14 Varletie? - Mix 'Em or Metch 'Im 16 Oz, Jars i SEA MIST FROZEN Lemonade NORTH STATE FROZEN lO<i Strawberries 5 can PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY SUPER VAUI Mr and Mrs Virgil Struthera returned Thursday from a ten day vacalion trip to Utah. Their son John accompanied them and, from Utah he flew back to Hawaii where he is stationed. Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter and family attended a family gathering at the Raymond Montag home at West Bend where the Dahlhauser family enjoyed a picnic supper. ; Mr and Mrs Neal Olson were Sunday guests of his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs L. J. Norris at Mason City. Jennifer Lorenc, 19 month old granddaughter of Mrs W. E. I-Iunderlmark came Saturday to , spend three weeks with hep grandmother. Her parents, ipr. and Mrs Ernest Lorenc of. ^Rochester, Minn, are on a business trip. The United Presbyterian Women meit Friday .afternoon- in, >,the" church with Mrs Earl Long and Mrs Essie Cooper as hostesses". Scripture was read by 'Mrs Cobp- er. The ladies' voted -to give $50 to the Old People's Home, ai Ackley. Mr and Mrs Donald Larson left Thursday on a- trip to Colorado, John Gardner of Mapleton, Minn, visited his sister, Mrs Rena Enockson and Tuesday both were dinner guests at the Morgan Hagen home. , •„• • . f Mr and Mrs Antone -"^aecWter and Lyle and Mr and Mrs Robert Waechter and Mr and Mrs Verne Waechter of West Bend attended the wedding of Mrs Antone Waechter's brother," Marvin Dahlhauser >to Bernadette Huber at St. James Catholic church at Aitkin, Minn. Aug. 22. They also attended the reception in the afternoon and the dance in the evening. Robert Waechter was best man. Sunday, Aug. 23, Mr and Mrsf Robert Waechter and Mr and Mrs Antone Waechier drove to Yellow Lake Lodge at Webster, Wis. where they visited the Irvin Joynt family. Antone Waechter also visited his brother Herman at Webster, Wis. Mr and Mrs Clarence Bauer returned Aug. }9 from ; a 17 day trip to the .West Coast; They. were accompanied by Mr and Mrs James Maddox, of Artesian, So. Dak. At San Francisco they visited Mr Bauer's sister and brother and at Los Angeles they visited her, sister and brother. Mrs Mike Coyle was surprised. Aug. 22 in honor of her birthday. Guests were Mrs Martin Meyer, Mrs Edward Zinnel, Mrs Roy Tel ford, Mrs Essie Cooper, Mrs Arthur Lovig, Mrs Fred Kampen, Mrs Earl Long, Mrs Howard Hellickson, Mrs Eugene Hofiua and Mrs W. G. Cooper. The ladies brought lunch and birthday gifts. ' Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle attended the Nash-Coyle family reunion at the James Hash home at Alden, Minn. Sunday. Wednesday morning guests at the Howard Hellickson were Mary Ann- Quads of Phoenix, Ariz, and Marcia Quade of Clare, The father of Emory Johnson passed away suddenly Saturday. Funeral services were at Day too Tuesday morning. , Sunday gue$ts at the Merle Holt home were ' Mr and Mrs John Mullins and family, Mr and Mrs Leonard Mullins, Mrs Blanche Mullins and Mr. and Mrs JJfn MwHins and Mike of Corwith and, Glenn Jacobsen 0"! Rutland, 'The occasion honored the folks who are returning, jta eo lege, PrisciUa '$n4, Pete? and (3-lenn Jacopsen will Luther at Decorah «jnd W Tow Mullins wJJU|fr\te State VJ Coopers af tep

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