The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 24, 1959 · Page 8
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Paul Eisele was named president of the senior class and head of the student council. Other senior officers are Doris Kohlhaas, vice pres.; Sharon Schneider, secy.; Richard Schneider, treasurer; Mary Ann Bradley, social chairman; and Larry ^leinen, class historian. Officers at other classes will also serve on the student council. They are: Juniors — Dwight Carman, pres.; John Murphy,, vice ores.; Myra Elbert, secy.; Ronald Vrndorfer, treas.; Ruth Ann Clein, social chairman; and Susan titchals, class historian. Sophomores — Jerry Krieps pres.; Robent Reed, vice pres.: Carol Nurre, secy.; John Fandel. treas.; Blondina Erpelding, social •chairman; and Jo Ellen Milder, 50th wedding anniversary this Sunday, Sept. 27, with an anniversary High-Mass in St. Josephs Catholic church at 10 a.m. with Rev. Leo Schumacher, celebrant A dinner at noon in St. Joseph's school hall, followed by a reception from 2 to 5 p.m. to which all relatives and friends are invited. I4o gifts requested. * Mr and Mrs Thul were married in St. Joseph's church by the late Rev. Mathew Ruemmele, Sept. 29, 1909 with Mrs Nick Eischen and the late Nick Thul Jr., as attendants. They lived on the same farm two miles southwest of St. Joe until November 1956, when they moved to St. Joe. The ThUls have three daughters and two sons and 28 grandchildren. The children are Mrs Sylvester Wagner, Eugene Thul, Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas, Richard Thul and Mrs Milford Plathe, all living in this community. (UDM Engraving). !Freshmen — William Rahm, pres.; Robert Besch, vice pres.: Victoria Bradley, secy.; Donald King,, treas,; Janet Reding, social chairman; and Judy Knoll, class historian. Mary Ann Bradley is in charge of preparations for Homecoming Oct. 9. • Engagement Of Judy Lawman is Announced Pay Traffic Fines Here A dozen drivers paid fines for Dorenbush, Lakota, and iJf&hft M. Hood, Algona, loud muifieTS, $5 and costs; James B. Rut^ert, Yale, $15 and costs, night speed,-' ing; and Irvin L. WetzeL Lot*. Rock,'$5 and costs, stop Mg'n. ' Caught In Wringer Mrs George W. Patterson 1 , wife of former state reftfesenlatfve G. W. Patterson of Sui-t, c&Ugnt her right hand in a Wa&hint ih&- chine wringer in ihe'Pattelion home last week and suffered fe painful injury. NOW IS A GOOD f IME TO PLANT EVERGREENS, WE'LL HAVE TULIP BULBS ON HAND LAWN FERTILIZER TREE WRAP OPEN AFTERNONS DUNCAN GARDEN CENTER Phone CY 4-4813 •Mr and Mrs Perry Lowman' of Algona announce the engagement of their daughter, Judy, shown here, to William, J. Oliver, son of Mr and Mrs William F. Oliver, Eagle Grove. The Wedding will •take place this fall.' (Isaacson (Photo — UDM Engraving) St. Benedict C.D.A. ,St. Benedict Catholic Daughters met ; Thursday evening, Sept. 17, in the St. Benedict School Hall. 'Grand Regent Elizabeth Parish presided at the 'business meeting. 'Mrs Marcia Ann Thill was present to win the attendance prize. NEW OWNERSHIP - NEW MANAGEMENT 1 "' " (Successor To Tony's Dairy) ' v s ' • ' '• • HOME PRODUCED GRADE "A" MILK FOR ALGONA HOMES Algona Area Dairymen Have Taken Over The Management, Equipment and Routes of the Former Tony's Dairy. Grade A Pasteurized, and Homogenized Milk, Butter, Cottage Cheese, Cream, and all dairy products will be available in daily delivery to all Algona homes, and in Algona Groceries. , YOUR PATRONAGE OF THIS HOME-OWNED AND OPERATED BUSINESS 'WILL BE "APPRECIATED Phone CYpress 4-2721 ALGONA DAIRY FLOYD BODE Herman Bosworth.- Sam Mogler Conrad Schmidt - ? . Sidney Payne HUGH BLACK PrVbne CYpress 4-3106 Ronald Sabin Milton Will Walter Campney '- Martin Ja'cbbson »§ 1 •«e <^a « V X. ,0- :V, 5-^y '1 > >.• ^» *&• *~,f,s /* ' e NOW IS THE TIME : - ^eco^ 1 ***** b<&'^ 'O \o **> ^.»s. JUl FOLGERS DRIP OR REG. V WILDERNESS CHERRY - PEACH - APPLE M • ' 4. ",- v' NO. 2 CAN FOR k»', SUNKIST GUARANTEED FLOUR Si. : BAG 3 SIEVE 303 CAN FINE GRANULATED SUGAR,.; 10Lb.Bag98c • , . - * \ '\ ' «* •< ••:' JACK SPRAT COLORED OLEO SHEDD'S FANCY 8e OFF JAR PEANUT BUTTER ..2 Lbs.?9c MRS TUCKER'S PURE VEG. SHORTENING.:..: 3 tb. Tin We FROZEN FOODS SNO * BOY ^FOR^ QUALITY SNd'-BOY ORANGE JUICE > j,, 4 " FAMILY SIZE DEL MONTE'PURE TOMATO ; CATSUP ::290zvBH. 2 For 49c ASSORTED CROSS & BLACKWELL FANCY JELLY.. 5For$1 VAL VITA' ' APRICOTS NO. 2V4 TIN , > < ,* '. ^.. • . - . , SN&tiOY > •'••' ; '< '•'-- ''" ;-'"^ .» '.', '••- ; -,. . PEAS -?,BROCCOLI CUTS FRENCH FRIES , PERCH FILLETS— —..Lb.29c ' GLACIER CLUB ICE FRESH PITTED DATES AGED EXTRA FANCY U.S. CHOICE 2tb..Rag% U.S. -NO/ 1 RED & 'WHITE LEAN TRIMMED FRESH DRESSED BULLHEADS 49c FRESH DRESSED ROASTING Hens Ib. 29 c END CUT PORK ROASTS or CHOPS READY - TO - EAT BAR-B-Q RIBLETS Ib. 49c HORMEL'S ALL - MEAT MINCED Ib. 39c HOME MADE \ PORK SAUSAGE Ib. 29c RATH'S SLICED CELLO PKG. .Bacon Ib. 39c FRESH SOLID PACK 'OYSTERS-

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