The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 1, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 1, 1961
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•n sr- *t/0lt t v'Jt 2-A|flone (la.) Upplf Bil Mo!n« ThuHdoy, June 1, 1961 N*w Car-Truck Sales Increase Past Two Weeks Thirty-eight new ears and trucks Were registered' -at the county treasurer's office during 016 f»asl two weeks. Owners Of new vehicles we; . ClwVMlet ~— D. tt, Martin, Swfca' dity; L. It. Lapfce, Lakttta, truck; Ernie Williams, Algona, truck; K, J. or Darlene Thilges; V. A. Logan, Bancroft! C. A. Engelby, Swea Cityj P. H. Kain, Algona; M. L. Mueller, Algona, truck; William Fuoss, Algona; Resells Voigt, Algona; Gilbert Hargreaves, LuVerne; J. E. Kennedy, Armstrong; R. E. or Doris Barber, Corwith; R. R. Weiland, Wesley; Ole Kvamsdale, Swea Cily; and Emily or G. Hi Larseri, Titonka. f 6rd — Jakie Peterson, Lakota, truck; Farm Service Co., Swea City; Kent Motor Co., Algorta; Wed Wesleyan Mddulte, Clarence McdU&e lalftiiy. Keh McGuire § h|s. MoGidfe faftiily, Laurence ergman aflrtiliyi Cletus Don Keller Bros., Bancroft; Lotts Creek dheese Factory, Lone Rock; Therhiogas of Algona; David Kohl, Algona; R. A. Donovan, Algona; W. F, Busch, West Bend; and Rosa Loper, Algona. Pontiac — E. A. Hood, Algona, and Firman or Corrine Laing Algona. ^ Olds — Loretta Lichter, Burt; Dau's Garagae, Algona; and Eldon Junkermeier, Elmore. Rambler — Clarence Ackerson, Wesley; and W. R. Hinz, Lu- Verne. International — Robinson Construction, Algona. Mercury — G. R. Farrow, Ledyard. Buick — Neva Shipler, Burt. or Cornelius Fined $300 A Humboldt man, Frank W. Sargent, entered a plea of guilty to a charge of OMVI in district . court here last week and was fined $300 and costs by Judge G. W. StillmanJHe was arrested two days earlier, south of Algona on highway 169 following an accident Mr. a«d Mri EdwUfd Fbfrn&n- ek of Garner 4hJiouftce the engagement arid approaching mai-- rifige of their daughter, Karen, sHawii here, to Keith liaverly, soil bf M^ and Mrs, James HaV- erly ef Wesley. THe wedding will take place August 16 at St. Wencelaus Catholic church at Dun- cart. (I/DM Engraving) 'Bancroft §y Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Gordon Dudding, employed at Ft. Scott, Kansas, spent the weekend with, his family. Mrs. Helen Kemna 'and Jo .Ann attended graduation at Twin Stivers Schol for her niece Judy Zeimet Thursday evening. Mrs. Clara Bollig and Rebbeca Logan are medical patients of St Ann hospital in Algona. Diana Simpson Of Wesley To Wed Algonan Diana Simpson, shown here, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Simpson of Wesley, is engaged, to wed Richard Crail, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Crail of Algona. The young couple will be married June 2 in the Little Brown church at Nashua. (UDM Engraving) Mrs, James Becker entertained a group of ladies at a party Tuesday evening at her home. Harry Holms, employed by'the cily^is a patient at Holy Family hospital. . Mrs. William Korrect and Mrs. Art Long entertained a group 01 ladies Monday afternoon in honor of Mabel Fritzsimmons visiting here from Minneapolis. She came to visit her Aunt Nellie Kirsch, 94, a patient of a rest home in Burt. Alice Menke arrived home Saturday from Chicago to attend the graduation of her sister, Kay Sunday. Lori Lensing is visiting with her grandparents and was flower girl for her aunt Kay Menke for her • graduation. Marvin Becker was bitten by a dog Thursday evening and hati to get a shot at the doctor's office. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Korrect of Laurens spent Monday with her mother,,-Mrs;. Lizzie Korrect. .MjfcjSfjd} Mrs. Frank Eich, Buffalo Center, John Eich, Tinman;' Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Eich spent Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Art Long. Mary Kollasch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert ' Kollasch, wa.i crowned queen in a ceremony in St. John's church Sunday morning. Mary is a senior in St. Johns and will graduate May 28. Mr, and Mrs. Laurence Becker drove to Wisconsin Thursday and brought their daughter home for the summer months. Becky is a student at Marquette University. Relatives from here attending graduation for Marie and Don Gigler and Richard McGuire were OrviHe F.-jrrow family, Mr. i when Hail ruins your crops Be safe - insure your crop income with Farmeri Mutual Hail. You pay no more, yel you ger ttuch more-30 trained fieldmen and 100 adjuster* to assure prompt payment of claims - fire and lightning protection on crops in the field at. ho extra cost. Call your agent or write today, BOHANNON INSURANCE SERVICE 6 N. Dodge Algona CY 4-4443 9323 GRAND DES MOINES, IOWA , Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Believes Pain (M r»pk. M- T_ rc« u l.l^ W«- *U_ __ it. . " *^^»* Kin. Twk. ». T. (SnwW) - For the first tim* *cience h(i (ound » new healing «ubstance *i4 tie Mton- iihlnj; «bility to shrink bemorT rhoids, «top itchinp, »od «li»T« fain — without «urgtfy. la case alter cats, while fentlr relieriaj: pain, actual reduction («brinkaee) took place. p« ^ thorough that .ufferer, a»t»ni»hmg .Utment, lik, CM *' <1 *« b» a problem I* n«w heali J ,-< : 9ve * »" W - f8lino <W research instituU. Tbi» •ub.stanee U now avaU*bie i» tvPPVtVory or tintment /on, under the oa»e At tJJ WESLEY NEWS Mr and Mrs Theron Hansen spent Ma? 21 with their son Valgene Hansen and family. They met Mrs Hansen's mother, Mrs Laura Johnson of Washington and brought her to .their ho-is* herp for a ''bit Mf and Mrs Ch&ries PrKk : and tion Shd tfieir Hbusefueste, Mr ahd Mrs Valgene Hansel and soh of Cedar Falls attended Services Ma 128 Mav> s cMft'ehItf G%*fel.- ( Ifian, t lnfiait;^o» of;! film plifct: was- B dirwief'gueitlJ&ftefifiilife ~ home were Mr ana Mrs- Larson, Allan and Richard bf Crystal Lake,- the Bill Prices ^aftrj VaJgene Hansens and /their sons; ' Mr'ami Mrs Lttffier 'tfygaarct and Mr and Mrs George-Detlfter> ing were visitors at Webstef- dlty May 25. '•••'', Christine Rosheihi, daughter t)| the Ifwitt.' Rdsheinis attd granfl* daughter of Mr.and. Mrs<H«jJk Hemmingsen, hag been honowft by being chosen junior Che$f§i Princess at the annufcd Cherry Festival to be held in Traverse CHy, Mich, m Mid-July. Mr^and Mrs "Hemmingsetl ami Mrs Ma? title RosHeim of Etelmond plan to attend the affair, Mr and Mrs H. E. Hemminj seat ffectitftpanfed,"M" Mft"'lr Gttrde§< Mfs d. if. Wffioiftj.B£-' rnond and Mrs Lee firitt Weill ilo-Des of-rela* Km Music H tgu,» A, ;f f Irene Htn%tfl ftnis' W^kiHOHMne-i "' i, f. Metirefsili ller. ' -'.-Mr.aHd Mrs Luke entertained a-large g . r lives and frieftds at-a. dinner par- ,ty Sunday after' thg seftldf |fada- ption, exercises at-Garrlgan high school in Algona. Theh; daughter^ Satricia, was a member of the tlass. &>JP*tSicid Bieich,-dauiHter o^mi Ihd ~Mr§ Art flleieh mi hbtom at d family .dlhrt^r party: in thl Kennfeth folbUrgfer: hdhle SUfida^ afternoon. She was also a graduate of Garrigan. ' , ' Mrs Urbflfl Lickteig%as brought home Moiftkfly »6m University Hospitals, at Iowa City, where she lad been part time since April 16 when she received-a badly injured leg in a car accident. Mr and Mrs Norman Rowe of 3ac City and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hoffman, of. Marshalltbwn tf oWovef the teeft* to ties Moines where hfe has beta ehij»l<jygd'several weeks. • ^Maxme-Dombteir- daughter of Mr and-Mr*-,Clarence Qombter iefives" JUHe^ftff Maa6m' City where- shfr will-begin training- in the La James Beauty School. [ pelorW Goeitz; Mughter of Mr ml Mfr,Leo Gmz and Janet oI H Mlf arid Mrs" ledve June &;foi< f Neb, .wheffelthey wilfl lake a 3-moHth course 4t tKs fiirls Personal training school. Arlene Goet2, daughter of Mr d^rs George Goctz wM enter the business college in Mankfllto, Mirkiesobd alid SWrtey Helling, will enter the MintieapolU School of' business July 1. The young ladies just finished their high school careers. Jim Price" writes his parent, Mr and Mrs Charles Price from AMBULANCE SERVICE OXYGEN EQUIPPED - RADIO CONTROLLED PHONE TU 2-33JS2 (collett) . 'luVerne It's KIDS WEEK at NATIONAL! for MOM ... Real $ale Savings During THREE STAR CORN f>ED & U.S. CHOICE * -BEE ' cur beei i Fre*My Ground PURE FRESH LEAN FROZEN ICICLES, BALLOONS, SUCKERS, BUBBLE GUM, COOKIES to All the Kids ACCOMPANIED BY ADULTS THURSDAY,-FRIDAY and SATURDAY PRICES GOOD JUNE 1, 2,3 KINfl KORN STAMPS WITH EVERY PURCHASE lOc Eskimo Pied Drumsticks Weal for griSing. Wdrfd>rfu» ' corn" W flavor. PER IB. Jut f Can't Beat That. National Ueat't Bits weel cfeRgfcf tde family wifh.ftw -BLADE CUTS (uicy goodness of -Hits VALUE WAY •" fc * nl *" 1 *»»* • »TRIMMED BEEF ROAST, a perfect ex- CORN FED ample of National'* choice quality ten- PER LB. CORN FED, Value Way Trimmed CHUCK STEAKS CORN il3t>; Value Way Trimmed " STEAKS Try fliese smofnered wfrfi onlonj, and covered with fomatoes. Cook jJowly. PER LB. Barbecue Suggestions O FRESH «. ,. „., — „.. Boneless Minute Steaks £ 69* Boneless Sirloin Steaks £..'." Sliced Bacon 49c or Perch Fillets RNEST '" Pork & Beans NATCO Tomafo Juice GARDEN FRESH Tomatoes : GARDEN FRESH CREAM STYLE Golden Corn GARDEN FRESH Sweet Peas NATCO FOR 6 303 CANS GARDEN FRESH CUT Green Beans........... GARDEN FRESH . * *i Sauer Krauf............ I CANS GARDEN FRESH 303 CANS erookfield CREAMERY BUTTER NATIVE PIE MIX APPLE NATIVE PIE MIX A CHERRY 2 TOP TASTE, CUden, Beef or Turiey Meat PieS YOUR CHOICE.. GARDEN'FRESH" Frozeli Peas..... NATCO WHITE MEAT TlinO OH-* StyU ^OLE CRUSHED A Pineapple ^c*« Q DOLE.'CHUNK, CRUSHED or TIDIITS Pineapple Fancy Spinach ~ 7 SO FRESH •«• im ' Shoestring Potatoes..... 3 c^ 5 5 FREE WITH THIS COUPON WHEN YOU BUY' AN 18^52. PKG. OF TOP TASTE BEEF STEAKS *, _ 79« At NATIONAL FOOD STORES, Expires Jam 3 '61 '» •» " •* •* —••• •• — mi •• •«*ta — •> • •• *• m m m mi m m tmmmfmf •**." «• — — — *•*,— mmmm^mtmmm**t*^ •" 25 !v KingIwir ir"Stain j)s' FREE wrtH THIS COUPON WHEN YOU BUY A 2-LB. JAR OF ORCHARD FRESH STRAWBERRY PRESERVES it NATIONAL FOOD STORES, Explrii JUM 3,1961 COFFEE NATCO. a rich blend of the very-finest coffeei, Drip or Reg. 1-LB.CAN. 59* 5 rot rot ORCHARD FRESH Peaches sii<«.!< COCK-Q-THE WALK A Pear Halves ••&* 3 COCKXJ-THE WALK M Pear Halves^o 3 ^,..4 ORCHARD FRESH PIHEQ Red Cherries. ORCHARD FRESH Fruit Cocktail No. 2 Cam ^^wW ^^0^»^M ^^W' ^^_«- ^m ^*f• HNMMNMI •WWPiBr_, Satan Wrap ».F».M..,., «. 3S f Natco Tea Bags tt ^., M „,..„..„.,.„ W* lasy Life Suds »* ,„,„,„,. Iff WHITE LOAF • A An AA* FWUR » 39' '^89' VANITY FAIR m Pkn m* FACIAL TISSUES SI f 1 W C0UNTRY Corn Flakes ».1T U.S. % * JVST CAfPt WV t«M WWf* «r JUwl Can ORCHARD F8J5H. 44-, t C«« r ' * ORANGE DRINK:!!;..?. ...... CANS Natco Piekle Iterru PIKWWCE HAW8URSER RELISH IS-OI. Jtr HOT CXJ^ RELISH n-^-iu 5WE6T REU5H n-o. Jw OL' FASHION PiCKlES tM Jw ,„. 19' 1% iipt anna, tWt eBQP, §MAU, W|4¥T WIM TITAWBH.« M*l*| JVH^f j| •§ A. Cqlif. YAUENCIA ORANGES 3 -79' Wafermeldns'arid Strawberriss

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