The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 20, 1961 · Page 8
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^._ n'a (Id.) Upp*!' ttei MolnM Thuttdeiy, April 20, 1961 War Was Never Like This! . FOLGER'S INSTANT COFFEE.. 6 Oz. Jar 79c Handy To Have On Hand FANCY 2 Lb. Bag 29c • .Two candidates for. the title of Algona National Guard Queen are shown here as they checked over, field artillery equipment a .(the local armory last Thursday night ^.11 14 .Queen candidates were present at the armory for a briefing, oil ', the local contest, to be hel at Algona high school next Tuesday night, April 25. /In the photo, Sgit. Truman Schacfcelford, left, is explaining the workings of anAN/PRC-9. radio to MpnaKahl, while Gloria Bran son, second from the right,' gets a look at a .50 caliber machine gun andi instructions on rthe Operation of same; from Sgt Paul Tjaden. ' Miss Kahl is being sponsored by Bj-itt high school, while Miss is sponsored in the contest by 4 the National Guard' enlisted ' ' men.--.. . ,,; The, Queen wffl be presented during the "Ifational Guard Revue' 1 Which.will feature many adtsseen oh TV;'Tuesday night. (Nels Isaacson ,Photo-UI?M Engraving) At Bancroft ..Bancroft — Sam J. McCleish of£-8S;-'3-- resident 'of Bancroft died :sudden3y Sunday momirii at hisyhome of a, heart Attack: He had;bee$ ili^fpr.many,yfears. ^^•y%l>o>n March 12, 1878 at CrJascow 1 ,: Scotland and came-to this. :,cc.wntrjy; with his ppretnlts.' He w.as wlucatedjin ijlinois. -He mar- tied; Anna McDonald' Sept. 28; 199.5-at Reddick, III They farmed in,,the Bancroft vicinity from 1921 to 1944, when theyi retired dnd moved -to town. ' ; • '• Survivors include his wife, four children, • Glen'and Joe of Bancroft, Sam Jr. of Lone Rock and Mrs, Clarence Weis of Armstrong; three brothers,, John, Marion, 111., Robert, Brooklyn, T3. Y. and William of Fail-field. Twelve grandchildren also survive. • Funeral services were held ait 9;30 a.m. Wednesday at S. John's Caitholic church at Bancroft -with the Rev. Msgr, Joseph Schultes officiating.' Burial was in the church cemetery. The Garry funeral home was in charge of arrangements. M. J, Kennedy Rites Thursday At Armstrong : Funeral services for Michael J. Kennedy, 69, well-known Armstrong man, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in St. Mary's Catholic church there, with Rev. E. E. Apt officiating. Burial will be at Mount Culvary cemetery, Mr Kennedy died suddenly Monday morning of a heart attack on the main street at Armstrong. Survivors include his wife, four daughters, four sons, five sisters two brothers and 22 grandchildren. The Kennedys farmed in Kossuth county urv.il their retirement in 1954 when 'they moevcl to Armstrong. A. Angle. The Thul auto and a WelpVjftick were involved in the ''' prash. . ' West Bend is asking $125 damages, plus $150 attorney fees from Emii Thilges as 3 result' of a' : minor accident at •West Bend Jait. 2,1960. According >to count. records, the defendant paid $178.21 by check for damages tb a. West Bend fire truck and when the damages were repaired . for )t(> •• ^^the check was returned $., and* the; town made ,,-,.„,_ -„ "$125. An .attorney for Thilges .then.offered''to sefttle for $100, which (the town council ac- cepte^.;The cptincirclaim^ Thilges hag refused to • pay the $100. Bancroft Woman Loses Rings; Found In Chicks Bancroft — While working at ;he Welp hatchery Tuesday af- ;ernoon, Mrs Donald Doocy was busy washing some equipment used in connection with her job there. When she got done, she discovered her engagement and wedding rings are gone. The water she had been using lad been thrown out, so a group of employees of the hatchery assisted during a search for the missing rings. After just about giving up hope of finding the rings, someone decided to look through boxes lolding 2,000 chicks for shipment '.o Arkansas — and sure enough here were the missing rings. Dogs Confined Dogs at Lakota went into confinement last week. Beginning April 15, under an ordinance adopted by the town council last summer, no dogs shall be allowed to roam at large within the corporate limits of the town from that date through Oct. 1 this year. The council reminded residents of the ordinance last week before April 15 rolled around. Three Resign BROWN OR POWDERED . • ".; . 3 Lb$. 39c JOHNSON'S GLO-COAT..... Of. FREE BOTTLE JUBILEE GARDEN PRUNES m Lb. Bag 49c GREAT NORTHERN OR NAVY <• BEANS.......... 2 Lbs. Jc •MIRACLE WHIP Ringsted Sprout and • Mr and Mrs Lyle Richard Cherland mve resigned their positions on he Ringsted school facujty. Mr Sprout is principal and commercial teacher and Mrs Sprout is econd grade teacher. Mr Cher- and had taught here 10 years as listory and shop teacher in the ligh school. Grocery Specials AOVmiJID IH IHIJ MONTH) Damage Hearing Continues Here Testimony continued in district court here Wednesday in the damage case, Francis B/erte vs. James and Veda Doyle, which began Monday. The plaintiff is seeking claims totalling $83,466 as a res.ult of a two-car auto mishap north of St. Joe on highway 169, Oc*. 10, 1959. Berte suffered in• juries in the crash. Jt is expected that witnesses appearing in behalf of the plaintiff and defendants will be testifying most of this week. 'Two new cases were filed in district court, also. Both are damage suits. In the first, Alvin Thul, plaintiff, asks a total of $53,415.19 as a result of a mishap two males south of Sit. Joe on highway 169. from Welp's Hatchery and John SHAMPOO MASTER ft My automatic— »o trlgeert or dials it bl| ICO ounce capacity * beautiful b«i 0 *, CtHtftato and whN» FREDERICK S & Q HARDWARE As Advertised in Farm & Home FLEISCHMANN'S Aetiv.e Dry Yeast in New I 7- Thrifty Three's" I IB NESTLE'S Chocolate Morsels, pkg. NESTLE'S Butter- icotch Morsels, pkg. HSTANT NESTEA, Jar ROBIN HOOD r'LOUR. 25 Ib. bag CREAMETTES, 2 pkgs, SURE-JELL, 3 pkgs. CERTO, botlle RAP-IN-WAX, roll ALCOA WRAP, box — VEL, Liquid VEL, Powder 29c 25c 49c 2.29 25c 45c 3lc 27c 37c 39c 29c SALAD'PRESSING Of. 49c "v. • • -(•*'.. | HERSHEY'S COCOA ...... % Lb. 3k MACARONI or SPAGHETTI lib/Bag 39c MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING 3 Lb. Can 79c FLAV-O-RITE 13 Oz. Jar PEANUT BUTTER ..... 29c GOLDEN Bananas Lb 12 FREE 50 GREEN STAMPS '•.'•• With purchase of - ."t , ; '- i PILLSBURY FLOUR SO Lb. Bag. 0.29 FLAV-6-RITE DINNER 19 Pkg.oU2 CHOICE CUTS Beef Roast Lb. CENTER CUTS Pork Chops C Lb. 69 CUT ST. LOUIS SfYlE Lb. FOR BARBECUEING 53 C LOW PRICES EVERY DAY!! CONSUMERS MARKET Learn how on« extra wsqner makes oil others cost lest, by using complete formula feeds containing Aureomycin. Stop in now for a special kit on Co-ordinated Feed-Health Program for swine. ALGONA GRAIN AND FEED CO. 916 East State Algona, Iowa As Advertised in The Fwm and Home Section SWIFT'S FULLY COOKED Smoked Picnics Lb. 39 C HORMEL'S SLICED Bacon Ends 4 Lb. Box 98 C AGED WISCONSIN - FRESH CUT CHEESE Ib. 59 c 69c ^**' EACH FRYERS 2 In A Pkg. BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE CERTIFIED SEED POTATOES ONION PLANTS ONION SETS GARDEN SEEDS GRASS SEEDS FROZEN FRENCH FRIED POTATOES Pkg. Ifc FROZEN FLORIDA GQID ORANGE JUICE RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 39c CALIFORNIA SUNKIST NAVEL ORANGES EXTRA LARGE 3 Dozen $1.00 FRESH PINEAPPLE Each CONSUMERS 5Cans$1.M "••••••••H.I...,„„•.....•.•,, LOW-PRICES. EVERY DAY

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