The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 20, 1961 · Page 6
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4-Af0efto G«§ Mdtali Thursday, Jofy 20, 1961 Spencer Rifes -'Funeral Services for Mrs. Fre«0 'Eugenia (Jennie) Olin, 84 Spencer, former Algona resident tend sister of Hill Norman, Al- gbna, were held Wednesday July 12, In Trinity Lutheran church at Spencer. Rev. Wallace Setterlund officiated and burial followed at Riverside cemetery there. Mrs. Olin died Mbnday morn- Ing, July 10, at her home. Freda Eu fienia Norman daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nels Norman, was born July 14, 1896 . in Sweden. She was raised and educated here and was employed in the local telephone office prior to her marriage to Ben Olin here in 1916.' Mr. and Mrs. Olin moved to Spencer 43 years ; ago and lie died four years ago. Mrs. Olin was very active in church work at Spencer. : She is survived by two sons. Gerald, Spencer, and Donald! Royal;- a daughter, Vivian, Royal; two sisters, Mrs. Gertrude Swanson and Beda Carlson, Omfcha, Nebr.; and two brothers, Ole, Everly, and Hill, Algona. Harold Amfahr Ends ROTC Camp IOWA CITY, IOWA, July 14— Twenty-eight State University of Iowa students are attending Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps training sessions this summer at four Air Force bases throughout the country. Three groups of the AFROTC cadets began training June 18. while another group will attend camp from July 30 to Aug. 26. All advanced AFROTC students must attend one summer camp during their four years of college. , Attending the camp this summer from Algona was Harold Amfahr. His camp period ended July 15, at Waco, Texas. Union 4-H Boys The Union boys 4-H club met at the Civic Center Tuesday evening, July 11. Richard Dugan. president, gave a report on his trip to Ames Short Course. Demonstration teams ; were picked for the coming, county Demonstrations at Burt. Plans for the county fair were also discussed. Dodds and Henry were hosts. Ledyard Legion Elects The American Legion post ot Ledyard elected new officers at Algona Mi and Mrs Sheridan Cook are on a vacation trip to Canada. i_O— Mr and Mrs Tom Sampson are parents of a son, Jeffrey Mel, born Saturday at St. Ann hospital. He weighed eight pounds, nine ounces and has two brothers and two sisters. Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Steven Gerard, son of Mr and Mrs Roger Hendrickson; Donna Louise, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dwight Cook; and Larry Lee, son of Mr and Mrs Robert Loss. Mr and Mrs David Yeoman ot Walker are visiting .the parental Bernard Yeomans here and the Wayne Keiths at Burt. They plan to go on a trip to the eastern states before returning home. David is employed by the Collins Radio Corp. at Cedar 'Rapids and his wife is a teacher. Mr and Mrs A. W. Oberweiler had as their guests Sunday their mothers, Mrs, Adah Cook and Mrs Perle Oberwetter and Mr and Mrs W. H. Wright and son, all of Adel. The son, Jim Ober- wetler is leaving soon for For) Ord, Calif, after spending a leave from the army here. His guests over the weekend were Ronnie Natch and 'Bill Worford of Adel, A brunch and bridal shower was given for Linda Smith Tuesday morning at the Algona Country Club.' Hostesses were Mrs Al Buchanan, Mrs Don Fey* ris, Mrs M. PL Honsbruch, Mrs James Milder, Mrs Dean Parrott and Mrs Richard Norton. Mrs Donald Plummer, Des Moines, mother of. the prospective bridegroom, was an out-of-town guest. Miss Smith is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Craig Smith and her widding to Larry Plummer will take place here in late August. ChrMensens, left Saturday. Also spendihg a IB-day leave with his mother' and broth6r and otHer relatives and friends was A/c Wayne Christcnsen. Wayne re^ turned to an air base In California Saturday. ClMsifleda Pay Dividend* the meeting held July 10. They, are: Kenneth Poppe, commander; Everett Thompson, adjutant; Marvin Lloyd, finance officer, Howard Klinksiek, chaplain; Raymond Sorenson, service officer; Harold Warner, historian; and Virgil Gelhaus, sergeant-at- arms. Wanted WANTED — To buy business or partnership. Write Box 69-K % Upper Des Moines, Algona, la. 28-29* Burt News Norman Mitchell arrived home Thursday jafter a 3 week stay in St. Mary's hospital, Rochester. Norman underwent' surgery for the removal of his spleen. He will return to Rochester Thursday (today) for a check-up. Beverly Christensen, Dallas, Texas, who has been visiting with her mother, Mrs Alvira Christensen, Algona, and with her brother and family, the Billy PRICED LOW 1 — I960 FORD Ranch Station Wagon, V-8, auto trans. $1695 1 — 1957 FORD 6-cyfl. Custom 300, std. trans., 4 dr. — $950 1 — 1957 FORD Custom 300 V-8 trans., Customline, R & H, auto, trans, R & H, your choice - $99£ 1 — 1955 CHEV. 4dr. 210, 6 cyl stick shift, R & H . . $650 1 — 1955 INT. % ton pickup, n:ew paint, 'looks, runs good .<.. $575 1 — 1953 Plymouth Canberra, 4- dr. 6 Cyl. w/overdrive, 65,OOC actual miles $295 1 — 1954 Dodge 4-dr. Royal, V-8 auto trans. R. & H. new tires just overhauled $395 1 — 1953 FORD 2-dr. V-8, overdrive, runs good. $195 KRAUSE "66" SERVICE i FENTON, IOWA (29) lew USED FARM MACHINERY TRACTOR SPECIALS 1955 UBMM .$1725.00 1954 WD 45 AC w/4 row cult. 1750.00 1951 ZAMM ,. 775.00 1947 ZMM 1 325.00 1948 ZMM ....._. 425.00 1948 UMM 895.00 1944 AJD ' _. 450.00 1941 GJD 295.00 COMBINE SPECIALS A-6 Case combine w/attch. $425.00 AC pto combine w/attch. 325.00 AC pto combine w/attch. 275.00 62 IHC combine w/attch. 195.00 Super six loader New Idea horn loader CITADEL & PLYMOUTH RED TOP BALER TWINE NOW IN, .STpCKl,........ t BUSCHER BROS. 1015 No. Main Algona, Iowa Phone CY 4-3451 WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE . . .If you would enjoy working 3 or 4 hours a day calling regularly each month on a group of Studio Ghi Cosmetic clients on a route to bo established in and around Algona, and are willing to make light deliveries, etc write to STUDIO GIRL COSMETICS, Dept. JYW-14, Glendale, California. Route will pay up to $5.00 per hour. (28-30) WANT TO LEASE — corn stalk land. Ernie Nuuman, phone 11 on 98, Burt, la. (23tf) WANTED TO BUY — Alfalfa hay. Ernie Nauman, phone 11 on 98 at Burt. (23tf) WANTED —- Experienced plumber. Laing Heating and Plumbing, 1'2 No. Dodge, CY 4-2104. 2'j WAITRESS — for full time per"- manent employment. Straight shift. Must be neat and reliable. Apply in person to Mrs. Rosmann or Miss Ox-Inch, Algona Hotel. (29; SIZZLING JULY HELP WANTED — Saleslady for Ready-to-Wear Store in Algona, Must be neat appearing, experience preferred but not essential aged 25 to 40. Excellent salary with good working conditions. Give all details in application for interview to Box G9/V in care 01 this newspaper. (29) HELP WANTED — Male or Female, AREA SALESMANAGER Greater Algona; liberal comm. and overwrite; appt. or party plan selling; experience and car helpful; man or woman. Write M. B. Fleming, P. O. Box 433, Clear Lake, Iowa. (29) DISTRIBUTORS WANTED For new "DEL-WAY ALL ALUMINUM INSECT VACUUM" Tremendous possibilities. Nomin al investment required, fully secured by merchandise, yhe opportunity of a lifetime. Call or write Del Enterprises, Inc., 420 E. Excelsior Ave., Hopkins, Minn, Phone: WEst 5-3467 (29*) A FULL FASHIONED GAYMODE NYLONS 49 Sizes 81/2-11 Pennys own First Quality gaymodes at this low low price. All first quality dark seams in leg flattering shades. DAINTY BABETTE DRESSES What a Bargain! Cool, cotton pastel dresses with hand embroidery and lace trims. Sizes 1-1'»• 88 HURRY! SAVE! BIRDSEYE DIAPERS First quality, 27"x27" and at only I (foot* tops POP BARS JUST FREEZE EAT , HEINZ KETCHUP ©fANf 20 02, FAMILY SI2E Happy Host PINTO, OR CHILI / \ BEANS Cans MRS. CLARKS SALAD DRESSING Quart Jar DILL PICKLES SWEET PICKLES 29c 43c THIS IS THE LAST WEEK FOR FUNK AND WAGNALLS ENCYCLOPEDIAS ARMOUR'S Treet 12 oz. Can 39 !/2 LB. BOX HERSHEY'S COCOA 3 3' d9 HERSHEY'S BAKING CHOCOLATE V2 Lb. 39 C FREESTONE (IN HEAVY SYRUP) BIG2V2 SIZE CANS CASE OF 24 CANS $5. CASE OF 24 CANS OF APRICOTS .. $5.98 WESTFIELD GRAPE DRINK ..... Mall cans $1.00 LARGE SUGAR DONUTS ../ doz. 35c CHOICE CUTS ™ DOZ. RECEIVING BLANKETS Printed, cello wrapped, closely woven with cute juvenile patterns 3'" 88 • •' -'? XV &. BUY DACRON RIGHT NOW $5.88 a price you'd expect for ordinary uniforms Mac-hint- w ash able puckered D a c r on polyester. White. Misses ,half sizes. INFANTS SUN SUITS assorted cotton broadcloths in solids and prints •— Sizes 1-4 2:88 CIEARANCE-GIR^S BETTER SPORTS WEAR Out it goes — Shorts — Bermudas — Short Sets — Blouses, etc. 3-6x at $1 7 to 14 at $1.33 eef Roast Lb. ROCK CORNISH ENS EACH U. S. CHOICE Round Steak LB. 79 C SWEET RASHER Sliced Bacon 1 LB. CELLO 49 C SWIFT'S PREMIUM PICNICS FULLY COOKED LB. DUBUQUE FULLY COOKED-SMOKED 3LB. TIN COOK OUT MEATS @ CLUB STEAKS © T-BONE STEAKS © BAR-B-QUE RIBS © RIB EYE STEAKS BBBH LARGE O THICK CUT SIRLOIN @ SPLIT BROILERS • CUBED STEAKS $ GROUND BEEF TENDER JUICY THRIFTY BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE CANTELOUPE for 1. WHITE POTATOES 10 Ibs. 49c SEA MIST FROZEN LEMONADE 8 Cans 98c FLORIDA GOLD FROZEN ORANGE JUICE 4 Cans 98c NORTH STATE FROZEN GRAPE JUICE 6 Cans $1.00 WATERMELON so FREE GREEN STAMPS 3.49

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