The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1959 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 1, 1959
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. tffid Mis Mi6ha»t .Welch K&thy we?e stipfcsr guests 6i Ut aftd Mts Le! Ehat ndsts nlng were aft at a d&Me Saturday eve at the Moose hall. they. celebrating their wedding Mat? M&rtdft arrii §*attd' daughter, Connie of Davenport and Mrs George Merron and children, Bancroft, visited here Friday in the Michael Welch home. Mf and Mrs O. fi. Harmes have purchased the Lyle Mathes home on South Harriet street. Mr and Mrs Mathes are moving to Sioux City. , Valeria Thll&es had as her ho'UsegUest recently, Florence Marks of, Mt. Vernon, 111. Mrs Mariford , Peterson, Swea City also visited , there. ,; * % ' " ttortan Andftteon, , ., tefit ,at ttie hdspitai ihere suflei 1 ttlf; mm. ufeeri, .ft is thought that aha-wi^ld gotW-fy-tt foflUrthef IrflittnefttJMd Mr and Mr^H. M. Honsbruch •haffe rhdved into, the ftalf> horst house on Dodge street toritterly locctitoied by the GoMoh mils. Mr aftd Mfte Dave Bv^rs have moved here from Ames and are living in the house 6n Curant street formerly occupied « by the Honsbruchs. , . this moftiirt9 group of kitidet- garten at Bryant had a coffee for their mothers Wednesday morning. The afternoon group was to have entertained on Thursday, but it was postponed to Friday, Oct. 2, because of tHe death in the family of the teacher, Mrs Ruth McVay. Carol Shore, student at Iowa State Teachers College, spent the weekend here with htet 1 parent^ Mr and Mrs Glen Shore; . , ,;B^b .iMeCuUoUgh. is undet, the dafcft'bf $* spebialiSt 'at Methodist hospital:;. 'in, JDes -Momes.; Hti cannot have visitors, but can receive 'mail. Bob suffered a heart attack several months ago. Sue L'aBarre, Marv Miller, Joer;Harrifc and Sandra StrShorn, who attend Iowa State University at Ames, were home over the weekend to attend high school Homecoming. . Mr and Mrs Duanc Carsons and- ftmiily, have moved into the J\ Fr Milder house on Moore Street. •' The Carsons spent the summer months living in a farm house near here. Guild, business women's organization', of.i)he Presbyterian church met Tuesday evening at the home of- Mrs John Zalaznik. Mrs G., C.' Barton gave devotions and Mrs Marc Moore, the > program/ ' ' i : ' , •1 '. | •> , __ 0 __ •• 'Judy Picket!, student at Duchesne at ( Omaha, was home for the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs--Russell -Pickett. She came to see her new brother Jerry and attend his baptism' Sunday in St. Cecelia's Catholic church. •-,,•. < you Know! The answer lo everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon 6UESTI9N: What kind of insurance if any would pay for damage lo a home from ice or snow? ANSWER: Several forms- of insurance pay for such damage, the newest and a popular form being the All Physical Loss endorsement to fire insurance coverage. Ice or snow damage is ' usually written with a fifty dollar deductible clause. . Thursday, Oct. 1, 1959 Al 0 ona (lo.) Upper &** »af iJfentSundav here at the hottie of Mf vinson's mother and husband^ •VHH^^W—-——,!___ ,„.,„.»»,„..,.. ,.., .^-~ Mf .and M ft.Milton Dahl. arid Mrt Ctalg Vlruoh aftd children of Rbck GOLD MEDAL ATTEND ALGONA BAND FESTIVAL 14 Oz, Bottle * if you'll address: your own insurance "questions to this of fice, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation pi any kind. L.S. BOHANNON 6'N. Dodge CY 4-4443 Welcome to the Band Festival! n»8M»aKmk^uJuiHiiu>iiH|iMl»|i|«llltfllgBBEgagBgj CO4ST-TO.COAST STORE$\ GENUINE ETHYLENE GLYCQL-TYPE JGUARANTEED THE SAME' I PROTECTION AS (OTHER LEADING ANTI-FREEZE PRODUCTS |SELLINGATS3.25| 50-50 MIXTURE 'PROTECTS TO 34' BELOW ZERO PRWlfBEFORi 69 GALLOH IN TAMPERPROOF SEALED GALLON CANS ^Thrifty 1 . Never BO//S Awayl Contains Highest ^ONE Filling Lasts ALL Winter'] Grade Rust )fre's«s,w/fA Standard Tester . Inhibitors (/ set f on All National Brands STANDARD GRADE ANTi-FREEZE £9' Effective, economical protection. (AX120) GALLON DOUBLE "C" ANTI-FREEZE IN SEALED GALLON CANS r - t Protect your car from winter freeze now with this high grade, anti-rust (antifreeze. Protects at loW tempera- |tures»_Won't harm rubber. (AX110) CAN - O - PAK BOYSENBERRIES IN NO. 303 SYRUP CAN BLACKBERRIES IN NO. 303 SYRUP CAN CHUNK TUNA SIMON1Z FLOOR WAX Quart BAKER'S CHOCOLATE BIG 12-OZ. PKG. U.S. NO. 1. WHITE POTATOES POUND BAG PET - RITZ Apple — Peach — Cherry FRESH - CUT UP - ICE PACK PIES LIBBY'S ! U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF QUARTERS ; ' CUT & WRAPPED — NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR NOODLES - SOUPS - STEWS LEAN EEF SHORT RIBS » 19c FANCY RED DELICIOUS APPLES POUND BAG BOONE RIVER MILD-FLAVORED PER STICK BIG •46.OZ.--CAN CARNE 39c ET MILK SLICED FOR SANDWICHES TALL CANS ADAMS BOLOGNA Lb 39c RALSTON'S Grapefruit Sections 303 CANS TASTE-Or SEA FILLET OF Lb. RATH'S SLICED MULBERRY WHEAT CHEX Bacon " 29' 120Z. PKG. 2 CAMPBELL'S .. - * Tomato Soup CAN SUNSHINE'S KRISPY ACKERS f'OUND TBOX STURGEON BAY CHERRIES NO, 2 CANS HQLSUM TEA BISCUITS 15 IN PACKAGE PKGS. PRICES EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 1 T'O OCTO&ER 8 WJE . RESERVE THE R I G t\T T O L I M I T Q U A N T I T. I E S Fareway's Policy TP offer iorsale nationally known and popular loqal brands of high quality merchandise at the lowest puce. Should any item' of like quality be offered elsewhere «», town the lowest price automatically becomes our pr|ce, SHOP WHIR! YOU OET ALL THE LOW'PRICES IN TOWN See It At Dan's Olds and Rambler — The BAMBIiER lor Setting A New Pace In The Economy Car Division Others Follow! • ^ - *'ju i, r ^'^V,^( '-,]'»„ -"^:''^Sftlil^ • v '-%?^ut?>®

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