The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 5
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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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M»r 16, mf Mficfm (la.) ypptr Dm Susan Lowe 'On Stage' Susan Lowa, homa economist for Rural Gravure, and famous for many toiouth-watering recipes of all kinds, is shown above in action during Saturday afternoon's session of a two-day cooking school sponsored by the Upper Des Moines and cooperating business firms from this area. Miss Lowe demonstrated and explained recipes each afternoon of the school, which was held in the National Guard armory here, and gave most of the women present each day some fine ideas along the road to better meals. (Nels Isaacson photo-UDM engraving) Red-Haired Man Sought After 'Pickup' Attempt A red haired man, evidently on his way through Algona by auto, was unsuccessful in his attempt to pick up a local teenage girl Thursday afternoon. May 9, at 4:15 p.m. The girl was on her way home from school at the time. The man reportedly offered the girl $10 to get in his car. The incident occurred at the corner of east State and Me- Pherson streets, and the girl's parents reported the attempted pick-up to local authorities. A quick search was made for the would-be pick-up artist, but no trace could be found. Authorities belive the man was just on his way through town at the time, and are glad of it. Uvermore Rites For Mae Reeves Funeral services for Mrs Mae Heeves, 62, were held Fri., May 10, at 2 p.m. in the Presbyterian church at Livermore. Burial was at the Union cemetery. Mrs Reeves, the former Mae Carlson,'daughter of Charles and Minnie Carlson, was born April 23, 1895, in Rutland and died May 7 at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. She married Arthur Reeves in March, 1948. and hid made her home here since. Her husband died in Jan., 1948. Mrs Karl Baessler, Mrs John Olson, and Mrs Richard Cran were in charge of the flowers at the funeral. Pallbearers were Karl Baessler, John Olson, John Wonderly, Richard Cran, Tommy Kissinger, and Charels Rummens. Two selections were sung by Mrs John Hauck, Mrs Jessamine Miller, Mrs Harold Bolder, and Mrs Edna Goodenough, accom- panifd 7 by Airs Tommy Kissinger. Surviving Mrs Reeves are two sisters and one brother: Mrs C. G. Johnson of Gilmore City, Mrs Louis Fort of Dakota City and Arthur Carlson of Rutland. Ledyard Burial For Mrs Watts Mrs William Watts, 83, Waseca, Minn., died Sunday morning at the Waseca Hospital. She suffered a stroke. Mrs Watts was born June 30, 1873, in England, the daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Welfare. She came to the United States in 1894 'to Blue Earth. Her husband died about 14 years ago. A family service was held Wednesday morning at the Waseca Methodist Church and a public service will be held at 2 p.m. at tha Ledyard Methodist church. Bwjj-ial, was at Highland Home Cemetery at Ledyard. Survivors include three sons, William, at home; George, Wells. Minn., and Bernard, Mason City. and a daughter, Mrs Clarence O'Green, Los Angeles; 8 grandchildren, two brothers, Samuel Welfare, Ledyard, and James Welfare, Estherville ,and two sisters, Mrs (Beorge Looft and Mrs Albert West, both of Ledyard. did you say FRIDAY ? ;; Yes - FRIDAY I FOSTER'S ONE-DAY CARPET CARNIVAL See The Thrilling : Bigelow \ Carpet Display Showing at ', IFOSTER'S Factory Representatives irom \ \ Bigelow Carpet and Hoover, , Cleaners Here To Talk With, , You on Friday ICON8UMERI (CONSUMER CONSUMERS! ICONSUMERSI FLORIDA OOtD PKOZIN CAN ^ ^fc^ VAN CAMP'S y 300 TALL CAN • ^^^ Orange Juice |Q C Pork & Beans |0 Mr. Farmer! S-E-E Ad In Farm and Home Section NEW CASE 77 COMBINE Af Advertised In Form and Home Section TAYLOR IMPLEMENT CO, .-**•• -JflRP^JHftHv n • • Strawberries HUMPTY-DUMPTY SALMON 'CAN 49C ALL FLAVORS JELLO 4 F0 "290 FRESH - CHEWY ORAN6E (0ft SLICES IJC FULL LB. BAG WITH THE COUPON IN THIS NEWSPAPER I Mrs Clark's SALAD DRESSING Quart ffl Hunt's Sale! PEACHES No. 2'/2 Can - Sliced or Halves CANS FOR 89C APRICOTS No. 2>/i Can — In Heavy Syrup, IT'S CARNIVAL TIME AT CONSUMERS FRESH CUKES 2foM9c FRESH RADISHES. 2 bch. I5c HEAD LETTUCE Ea. 19c MRS TUCKER'S PURE VEG. SHORTENING 3-LB, TIN 79c CANS FOR 89* FRESH ANGEL FOOD CAKES LG. ROUND ^L%VQ LG. ROUND PRUNE-PLUMS No. 2'£ Can — In Heavy Syrup 3 89C "Gallon'Sizes Alsof"PEACHES -'PRUNES - APRICOTS > , ___^_ J ,___^^_^,,^^^^^^^^^^^^^,^^^^^^^^^^^B^aM CONSUMERS MEATS RATH'S FAMOUS "BLACKHAWK" DEL MONTE CHUNK WHITE TUNA FISH, Reg. Cans ..4 for $1 PRESSED LUNCHEON MEAT CUDAHY'S "TANG".. 3 cans $1 CHEF BOY-AR-DEE (In Tomato Sauce) Spaghetti & Meat Balls 4 cans $1 One of The Finest Flours Made Robin Hood Flour 50 Ib. bag 3.89 ALL THE MANY FLAVORS! KOOL-AID DRINK .. 6 pkgs. 25c Stock Up Now On This CARNATION MILK 3 tall cans 44c COMET 2 CANS FOR CLEANSER 31c GIANT SIZE TIDE.. 69c F P F F 33c Pcicka 9 e of Fresh I. IV L L • DATE-NUT COOKIES With Every Half-Gallon Ice Cream THRIFT-PAK Ifl- ROSEDALE 1/2 Gallon 171 '/2 Gallon READY TO EAT SKINNED AND DEFATTED C Lb. CONSUMERS MARKET Save 25c On POTATO CHIPS Get The Special Coupon When You Buy, CAMPBELL'S Jumbo 28-OZ, Cant PORK n'BEANS...2 for *)c i ME ATS BEEF ROAST LEAN AND TENDER SWIFT'S SMOKlESi They Hove That Different Tatte £ "M4 ALL-MEAT NO WASTE VEAL CUTLETS: Pound 59c FRESHLY-GROUND LEAN - ALL - MEAT GROUND IBS. FOR $ j I For Your Outdoor Cooking Cheese YOUNG HEIFER 90 TO 100 LB. AVERAGE Beef Quarters CONSUMERS CONSUMER SWIFT'S BROOKFIELO ,^.m

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