The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 30, 1961 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1961
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v An Sentence g man, Attett , A I0*yfeat- suspended Sentence in district ctmrt' here lh|s week after* he feniefed a plea ef guilty to a teh»& ef steals lhg corn, Catbl ftfld Dubhe Risk Who ente&d guiltyrfctefis td-W same Charge '-eMlef Rife. B l«o received iO<ye&* suspended Sefa thceS.,The case grew 'but of the theft of corn from a farm owned by Mrs, Louis idorfcus, southeast ,\>f Elmore. Bake Sale /. St. Ann ttosfiltalt Auxiliary- is having a bafts ^sale at Hood's Supef Valu Friday, bee. 1, 9 a.m. to 5 .p.m. 1 there will be • Christmas cdoktes, v<jake, bread, 'all kinds of baked goods, Christ mas noveltiei Including knit .articles. Mrs. Don Ferris and Mrs Wi R. Qarman will be' in< cha!r|e •They want' Shy"" fflfefnber- thej ha^e hot mehl able 4'b dontbct tb Remember W •Wring', jt'hlir tion to the- sibte. ., ! > > " _i_,-',,>; . _e $ec. 5 ,</•"; ,,^ KossutR' * County Council 6t iRepublican Women will hold a ,'fcoffee at the Presbyterian church, -pec. 5 at 1:30. Guest speaker'will Thurtday, NovambaV 30, 1»A1 AI 9 6na (la.) Upper Pat Motrtot^S be Cdngressmah' is, invited * WESLEY By Mrs, Viola Sfuder Mr. and Mrs, , Lee < fticke d Morgan, Minn, were Monday din* ner guests in the LefcoV fticke home. They had been to Water loo to visit their daughter, Sistei Lebna. -.r. and Mrs, LeRoy Ricke and Mike were holiday weekend guests in the Tony Brown home ca, Minn. Bill Ricke was a guests at ,uti, . guest : of -Arthur Ricke. Mr.' and Mrs. E. R, ioebig and family of Aines spent the Thanksgiving weekend 'in -the" parental Wdtpr Loeblg hblne; Other hbiU day dinher gueits wefe Mr. "anfl Mrs. -Larry Cook and Jimmy ol Algeria. ' j <' " n ,' ' • MrV 'and ''Mrs. " Vietdr." Loebig were ' Nov. 19 dinner" guests in the home of their daughter, Mrs. Kehheth Rasmussen and family of Lelahd. put 6f WA relative's Wh6 - tehdea the funeral at .otte Wolf Monday rn'ornlng Included tor, aftd Mrs. C. J. PrimisiHg oi Melvin ( Sen Mate^li, Qa^ftfer, Mrs, Adam Wolf, Omaha, ffebr., Adahi Materh a'nd'Leuls Leeblg of- dfdftd Meadow, Mlflh., • Henley Wolf'Jr. of WateMod and rr&Ak Wolf, Bancroft'- kfs. Elam Johhsoti -and her daughter, Mrs, John Kline, and ehildi-en of Keota were Sunday attd" Monday guests af ' their daughter and sister, Mrs. Theroii HahSdn and family. Other Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs Lee Stevens of Algbn'a, Mr, and Mrs. Jbhfl faulsdh and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Arnold. The famny dtaner honor'ed the birthdays oi Mf. and Mrs. Stevens.' volunteer work began again Monday on the remodeling of the interior of the Methodist church. Mr,, and Mrs,' Lee Ricke of Morgan, Minn, were Sunday overnight guests in the Cjeorge Ricke home, They attended the funeral of Otto - 'Wolf Monday morning. 'Ben G. Studer spent Nov. ,2420 at the International Livestock ' ;•**>* .'•;•.?-., »| ii,?J ' ' - '• . Show in Chicago, GlfT SHOPPER TABLES .pftosf'(terns Worth!Much More' --i- Worth Browsing Around. T RE6)STEft' EVERY, TIME YOU'RE *.lfo t) $i9.9? , t , ! J f *i > . i * • To^.Be GlOeh Awtty Wednesday,' Dec.' 20 l , '1961. Ytfu heed not be present to win. This ts a beveled' edge rtifrror, Siie 24 x 36.* A beautiful top qualify mirror. GIFT SHOPPER',S SPECIAL! \ " 3 PIECE RED WING SALAD SET ... A Regular $4.50 Item, Includes 12" bowl, wooden^ fork & spoon. ' • 1 ^ Seen ted vCandles Irt Varied Sizes, pAvailymMmMytoymmyffl^^ PLANNING A WE CAN HELP YOU! As We Have Others In Hundreds of Farm Sales Over The Years. i •fe^ \p? > •••• * • '' "* ; • • • -*.-•• And Read This Newspaper Than Any Other Pub* lication In The Area. : 1- FREE LUTING ON FARM SALE DATE CALENDAR, 2-EXPtlP HpLP IN ARRANGING AN AD • THAT;- : WILL PULL, pfpfl^f',<- ; '. .'•••. 3- FRii WEATHiR INiyRANCE; IF YOUR SAH IS POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHIR Wi RMUJN AT NO IXTRA COST, 4 - YOUR SALE AD REACHES 5,500 HOMES IN THIS COMPUTED ARIA, ( * STOP IN ANQ f|T OUR liii IMI..UflUjft &A-TA SHUT GflRItMAS STAMPS' StAMPS" says DINAH SHORE MostVaiuaffle Stamps , GOLD MEDAL CLIP THIS COUPON NOW AND RUT IT IN YOlJR ' . • . i SO EXTiiA GI&1N Sf AMPS with 100 EXTRA G»E£N STAMPS With $TO,00 GROCERY ORDER COUPON GOOD THRU DECEMBER 2 BUTTERNUT ONE POUND CAN COFFEE 1C "ft- MS! 89 WAFFLE OR WHITE PANCAKE SYRUP 2 Bottles 69c FLAV-O-RITE SWEET ROLLS PRODUCE NO. 1 RED PONTIAC POTATOES LBS. $2.29 8 Per Pkg. NO. 1 FLORIDA CHARM IN NAPKINS 1 C GRAPEFRUIT II FOR 39c TUBE TOMATOES He FROZEN FLORIDA GOLD ORANGE JUICE 12OZ. CAN 39c TO^ THUMB CREAM PIES ... 39c CHOCOLATE - LEMON - COCONUT CANNED OLEO BOLOGNA LARGE LEAN NEAR BONELESS PORK LEAN PORK STEAK LB. 39c LB. 49c HERSHEYS . LB. 23c SHORT RIBS CHOICE BEEF QUARTERS •*«**« COMPLETE X-MASDEF^T. X-MAS CANDY, NUTS, AND FRUIT BASKETS ETC. OLD FASHION Choc, Drops Ib. 29c Peanut Brittle Ib. 29c ;•••> THI QOIOEN BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA NO, 14 NOW AVAILABLE You Can Still Start Your Set. 1st Copy 4ff ea. No. % thru 16 - 99f.

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