The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1959 · Page 7
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FOR Register Now! FOR 8 6 - PC. WELL TRIMMED BEEF Ib. Place Settings 48 PIECES Wallace Stainless Steel TO BE GIVEN AWAY Saturday, Oct. 24 I SHORT RIBS REGULAR MEALgt ' Algond (la.) Upp«r DM NottrH , 8k », W*#.' 100% GROUND Ibs. >1 BEEF 50 To Receive Holy Communion At Wesley Wesley — Thirty youngsters will re-reive their First Holy" communion Sunday, Oct. 25 art (he 8 a.m. Mass' in St. Joseph's Catholic church: Sandra Acker* son. Mnry Kntherine Dornbier, Hitn CJirrcs, Barbara Haverly, Dorothy Haverly, Jean Haverly Donald llithprt. Margaret Hil- bcrl. Bonnie Hildman. Luke Hildman. Paul Hildman, Denisfi Hrubes, Sandra Kramer, Donna Kudoj. Larry Kunkel, Katherine Lnllier, David Neuroth, Peter Nicdziolski, James Plathe, Den-' nis Potthoffe, Linda Reising, Phillip Richter, Lnverne Ricke, Paul Ricke, Rosalie Ricke, Karen Sluder, Louise Studcr, Max Stu- clcr. Muriel Studer and Patricia Sluder. FRYING Or BROILING Cliib Steaks Ib. 49C LEAN MEATY BEEF BETTY CROCKER ANGEL FOOD , Ib. ARMOUR STAR SLICED HOME - DRESSED SLAB BACON 1 CAPONS \ Ibs. . ib. ARMOUR STAR SKINLESS DEFATTED DUBUQUE 5-LB. « GEDNEY QT. JAR «,u,« jtl-f- -'"i^t:'."" Canned Hams *3.89 DUBUQUE 4 3 /4 LB. CANNED HUNT/S tSi-* • •* VAN CAMP NO. 2 CAN 'n For SCOTTIES WHITE Or PINK - 400 COUNT 4 For Sweet Potatoes * .- ''.',' . .'»"•', FOLGER'S INSTANT c LARGE JAR FOLGER'S COFFEE SPECIAL UPTO THE SOW* WiVHI 2 Lb. Tin 1 A address 1UM1 ded by Lipto PACKAGE OF 3 FOR CHICKEN - NOODLE Or TOMATO - VEG SOUP -. 39e BEEF - VEGETABLE Or ONION SOUP - - - - 2 For 35c NO. 3 SQUAT CAN ANOTHER TRUCKLOAD JONATHAN LIBBY'S 303 CAN HI-C ORANGE JUICE 4 46Oz, £lf CANS * M •* • , ^^^^^l^ Bushel Half Bu. '1 ^^^^^W^ OCEAN SPRAY CRANBERRIES MA BROWN FAMOUS STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 4J, Jars RED PONTIAC Potat 50 Lb. BAG PRICES GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY MONDAY ^ALU FMSTQHES Present Class Play The junior class play "The Minx From Missouri" will be presented Friday, Oct. 23 in the Cor- wilh auditorium. Wesleyans in the cast are Carol' Root, Shirley Roising. Alan Jordan and Joyce Paulson. 53rd Anniversary Sunday guests in the George Cink home in honor of their 53r4 wedding anniversary which was Oct. 16 were the Lou Wingerts of Buffalo Center, Tony Grand- genetts of St. Benedict and the Lou Cinks of Wesley. Prairie Pals Met Prairie Pals 40-H girls met Oct. 17 with Melissa Nygaard and Ruth Wise conducting installation ceremonies. Merle Ann Harig, president; Melissa Ny- gaarcl, vice president; Sylvia Cink, secretary-treasurer, Julia Kunz historian; Anita Lickteig, I reporter; Mary Ellen Ludwig, I photographer, Marilyn Plathe, music; Paula Fischer, recreation; , Sharon Plaithe, librarian. New members initiated were [Gretchen Cink, Becky .Lickteig, LaVonne Studer, Colleen Nied- i zielski and Patty Loebig. Mr' and Mrs Leo Hanig report a new grandson born Sunday to Mr and Mrs Albert Becker of. • Bode at St. Ann hospital, Algonai He weighed in at 10 pounds, 10 ounces; . . ' The C.D.A.s will serve a cafeteria dinner in the parish hall Sunday, Nov. 1. , . ., . Mrs Carl Johnson -spent several days last week in Des Moines with her daughter and family the Jack Van Cleves. Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer and family were Sunday guests of their son and brother Stanley Studer and family at Blue Earth, Minn. „ > , / Guests in the A. N. Rjchts- meier home over the weekend were her sisiter, Mrs Adolf Grei- ne-r of Nevada and Clara Richtsmeier, R. N. and Anabel Hoefle of Waterloo. , : Joan Hiltoert, oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Norbert Hilberlj and William Duffy will be married Oct. 24 in St. Joseph's, Catholic Church at 9:30. . Mrs Clara Haverly and Audra spent Oct. 11 in Des Moines at the home of the former's granddaughter, Mrs Jerry Gray. The annual K & H Oil meeting will be held Oct. 27. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Becker entertained their 500 club Sunday evening. Mrs Ed Hynea won 'high score prize, Albert Lickteig, low score prize and Luke Youngwirth, travel prize. A total of 104 persons gathered at the Methodist Church Sunday evening for a turkey dinner and business meeting. Mesdames Don Kraus and George Detmei> ing and 12 hostesses were,;in charge of planning and carrying out the dinner plans. Barbara, Cheryl and Sandra Jones sang a number and Mrs Glen Gabrielson gave financial report. Rev Robert Jones gave a brief tap and announced Oct. 25. as Visita- 10 Good y Will Industries collected 25 bags of used clothing in their October call here. ,„.-.. 10 Mrs Paul Erdman left Oct. 1» for Cedar Rapids to attend a 6- day session of a Rebekah con-. vention as a delegate from this district. She will also visit their son Bernard Erdman and family in Cedar Rapids. ' Mr and Mrs Ben Wagner of Fort Dodge were weekend guests in the parental A'l Wagner home. The Sunday morning service in the Methodist church was it» charge of seven men and a men's chorus sang a special choir rmm- ber. Larry Krull of the Prairie Cen* ter church and " Chaises Jordan were speakers. Other leaders were Therori Hansqn, Don Kraus, George Detmering, Glen G$H?leJ' son and Luther Nygaard. \ ,, iMv and Mrs Harry Kaiser *ol Sutherland spent Oct. 1043 Mr and Mrs Will Martinek, Mrs Bettie Wester had a day Oct. 18. Saturday were Mrs David daughter, Mrs Chaj of Corwith; Mrs'Wesspter a fall at her home Oct. jured her kne^. ' ' The Art Stankeys Dale Adolf and -.tn, and Foprest A4oK *t wei-e Sunday M9rUn«k home. honored the

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