The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 27, 1961 · Page 4
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< ^V'fT'V './ "v f\ Thuridoy, July 57, 1961 VemaGmyOf Mr. afld Mrs. Fred Gray of Ti* tonka announce the engagement *and.' -approaching marriage of "' their daughter, Verna Lee, to "Terry Q. Schutjer, son of Mr j» Clarence Schutjeri Wesley, and ^,the 'late Mrs. Leona Schutjer. r'The marriage will take place * August" 18th at the Ramsev Re•«. ^orme^d Church. (Glenn's Studi6 "Photo—UDM Engraving) evening's entertainment will fee musical numbers featuring voeaJ and organ selections, and lunch. Door prizes will also be giveh. Swed Man Bound OverOnOMVI Charge By Mayor A Swea City mak, Metvin D Burnett, was bound over to district court and bond fixed a' $550 after he Waived preUmiriar.v hearing on a charge of OMVJ in Mayor C. C. Shierk's courl this weekend. Burnett was arrested by Marshal Lloyd ftixofc at Bancroft Friday and jailed here prior to the hearing. In other cases heard by the mayor, Roger.' Leininger, Swer City, Was fined $25 and costs ($15 suspended), not allowing another vehicle to pass; Rober' Reding, Algona, $15, speeding: Mohtie'Millman, Burt, $10,'faulty truck equipment; Leonard Dahlhauser, Algona, $6, violation of restricted license; Leonard Pesicka, Jr., Algona, $5, illegal mufflers; Russell Schmidt, Nemaha, $5, failing to have vehicle under control; and Dale E, Kurd, Algona, $10, no valid driver's license. Court costs were also assessed. Ho selling, •J?d qualify* you must have car, references, $600 to $1900 cash. geven io twelve hours weekly cafl net Up io $400 rtmntMy. More full time. For per*o«aJ interview .vrite P.O. Box 2753, Boise, Idaho. Include phone. 30* WANTEO — Lady to •babysit at .ny Kortife Inquire 33i N* Thor* ngtort, upstajrs — After 5. 30* WANTEt) — Experienced man wants building repair #dfk.' £h. -276l.' (30-33*) HAVING BLE BUYING CAR SEE L. S. BOHAHffOW,; 6 N. DODGE, ALGONA. 30 >wea Woman's Relative Dies In So. Dakota Word was received by relatives here of the death of Edward Kastler, about 50, of Woolstock S. D. He died of a sudden heart attack. He was the son-in-law of Mrs. Silas Johnson of Swea City, whose husband's funeral was Monday. , Mr. Kastler was married to Hazel Beadle of Swea City, who survives. Also surviving are five children. Funeral serivces were held Saturday at Woolstock. Little Sisters InWhittemore ^* \ *» ' Stylorqma 61 Little sisters will be featured » at the Plantation Ballroom in • Whittemore in Stylorama "61". sponsored by the Whittemore • Catholic Daughters of America 0 Aug. 8 at.8 p.m. • •Models will be Patty and Ruth " Besch, Linda and Mary Muller, ! Mary Kay and Sharon Elbert. , Ruth and Rita Schuller, Linde 1 and Mary Detrick, Betty Jam and Linda Farrell. [ \ Other models that will appear ^are: Toddlers—B r i a n Fandel • Gary Fandel; boys and girls— • Lori Lensing,'Roger Vigdal; girls ' -r-Joan 'Elbert, Ann Loebach: • pre-teen—Carole Besch, Joan [ Jergens, Sheri Ludwig, Larraine 'Kemna,; junior—Mary Jp Haag Anna Mae Besch, Linda Adams, ! Zita Duffy; .regular and hall size—Mrs. Mike Mergen, Mrs /Leo Kollasch, Mrs. Fred Koli lasch, Mrs. Chas. Bormann, Mrs 1 Nick Reding and Mrs. Mike Koppen. k Also to be seen this year will 1 be sleepwear. The grand finale , will be a bridal party with the • indentity of the entire party to remain a secret. Included in the y&aya&KSKi^^ Wanted $400 MONTHLY SPARE TIME Refilling and collecting money from New Type high quality coin operated dispensers in this area. WOMAN , WHO CAN DRIVE . . .If you Would enjoy working 3 or 4 hoUrs a day calling^ regularly each, month on a group of- Studio Girl Cosmetic clients On a'route to be established in and around Algona, and &r,e Willing to make light deliveries, etc., write to STUDIO GIRL COS' METICS, Dept. JYW-14, Glendale, California, Route will pa> up to $5.00 per hour. (28-30) WANT TO LEASE — corn stalk land. Ernie NaUman, phone 11 on 98, Burt, la. <23tf) WANTED .TO BUY — Alfalfa hay. Ernie NaUman, phone 11 on 98 at Burt. (23tf) PRICED LOW AND READY TO ROLL! 1 — I960 FORD Galaxie V-8, auto, trans., R & H, dike new $1995 1 — 1959 FORD Fairlane 2- dr. V-8, Stan, trans., bronze and white, real nice $1295 1 — 1960 FORD Ranch Wagon, V-8, auto trans. $1696 t _ 1957 FORD 6-cyl. Custom 300, std. trans.,-4:'dr. — $950' 1 — 1957 FORD, Custom 300 V-8 trans,, Customline, R &; H;' auto, trans, R & H, your choice —— $995 1 — 1955 CHEV. 4dr. 210, 6 cyl. stick shift, R & H _..— $850 I — 1955 INT. % ton pickup, new, paint, looks, runs good — $575 1 — 195,4, Dodge 4-dr. Royal, V-8 auto trans. R. & H. new tires just overhauled $395 I — 1953 FORD 2-dr. V-8, overdrive, runs good. '. — $195 TRADE-INS WELCOME KRAUSE "66" SERVICE FENTON, IOWA ,< ; (30) > 'i •I aumriUcr /Give Your child a VALLEY FORGE Bedroom and save all aroimd " " '" This-rugged solid mapte VaRey Forge furniture by Baumritter is a natural for your child. Gives him storage room for everything, turns even a small bedroom into his own private world. Custom-planned to make his room seem larger, give him more room for study and play. Makes it easier for him to keep things neat, too. Choose the pieces he needs most and see how the inexpensive price tag makes possible delightful-savings. Give him his own Valley Forge "living " today for years of pleasure. 30" Two Door Qabirjet H5.90 JO" Three Drawer Chest J59.00, 30" Upper Bppkcase Unit S43.SQ 24" Bookcase W9-5Q 2V Upper Bookcase Unit S39.SO 33" Cornur Desk S55.90 Desk Chair $19.50 30" Four Drawer Chest S73.50 Bookcase Headboard S7S.90 FREE VAN DELIVERY EASY TERMS BJUSTROM'S Est, 1925 6r-10LB. BAL'E, 60 Ibs. $ 5.79 CAMPBELL'S T 0 M A T 0 S 0 UP Par Can 10 CHOICE CUTS MA BROWN'S APRICOT Preserves 3 l20z. Jars Potato Chips 49« TWIN PAK WILSON'S'"BIF", CHOPPED BEEF 12 Oz. Can 39 WHEATIES OR 3; sloo PILLSBURY White or Devils CAKE MIX 2 LOAF PKGS. ^M^L . ^^ . VM^ Beef Roast Lb. BUTTERFLY Pork Chops LB. BONELESS — NO WASTE SWEET RASHER Sliced Bacon 1 LB. CELLO U. S. CHOICE Sirloin Steak LB. RENWICK LONGHORN C H E E S E LB. SWIFT'S PREMIUM CNICS FULLY COOKED LB. SHRIMP AHOY BREADED SHRIMP 25 FREE GREEN STAMPS WITH PURCHASE OF '/? GALLON ICE CREAM R05EDALE OR FESTIVAL ALL FLAVORS CALIF, WHITE POTATOES IQLbs. 49c TENDER JUICY THRIFTY BEEF QUARTERS — CORN FED '. YOUNG HEIFER BEEF CUT - WRAPPED - MARKED - NO EXTRA CHARGE 25 GREEN STAMPS FREE WITH PURCHASE OF WATERMELONS GIANT 27 LB, AVERAGE NORTH FROZEN Vegetables 6 Pte $1.00 t*«v» your order for 30 Ib. Ff9?en 9* '

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