The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 29, 1955 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

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Thursday, September 29, 1955
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West Bend Lady Dies in Algona Funeral services for Mrs Fred Schurg, 07, West Bend, were held Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Herbert Balgeman home and at 2 p.m. in Peace Lutheran church at West Bend. The Rev. E, E. Greene officiated and burial was in the West Bend cemetery with the Bogaard'Funeral Home in charge. Mrs Schurg died about 9:30 Sunday evening at St. Ann hospital in Algona. 'She had been ill for some time and had returned from Rochester; Minn., last week. She Was a resident of the West Bend, community for 60 years, Surviving are her husband; one sister and two brothers, Mrs Alma' Campbell of Stewart Valley, Sask., Canada; Leo Balgeman of Clark, S. D.; and Herbert BaJgeman of West Bend. Also surviving are two stepsisters: Mrs Herman Harms of West Bend; and Mrs Emma Genz of Kankakee, 111. UDM Wan* Ads Pay Dividend* Ten Days Jail For Bad Check Arlowe Ferguson, late of Blue Earth, was sentenced to 10 days in the county jail in tne court of Justice C. H. Ostwinkle Tuesday. Ferguson received the sentence for falsely drawing a check for $10 at the Viking Oil Thursday, Sept. 29, 1955 Algong (Id.) Upper DM Molnes-3 Co. station in Burt'. An Ottumwa man, William Jones, was firted $25 and costs for passing a school bus which was unloading; Herbert E. Julius, Lakota, paid $10 and costs for failing to have an operator's license, $5 and costs for no trailer registration and $5 and costs for failing to have safety chains on his trailer; and William J. Bauer, Wesley, $5 and costs for no chauffuer's license and $10 and costs for faulty truck equipment. Willis Madsen, Humboldt, paid $5 and costs for a stop sign violation; George Krieps, Sexton, paid $5 and costs for no trailer registration; and M. O. Reutzel, Burt, paid $5 and costs ABSOLUTELY FRIDAY and SATURDAY (No Purchase Necessary) Adults Only - 5 Ibs. Per Family EAT MORE POTATOES! Don't miss "FREE POTATOES" at Consumers SODA CRACKERS ONE POUND BOX BIG NEWS IN CONSUMER MEATS ! SIRLOIN T-BONES WHOLE TRIMMED BEEF LOINS Ib CUT & WRAPPED BY THE CHUNK Braunschweiger £ lb JH WH • • ^" r ""^ " ™ ~ ~ 39 Ground Beef C 89 Cooked Salami DELICIOUS - THICK - MEATY CREAMETTES 2lb. box NORTHERN TOILET TIS 1 2 Rolls 1, IT'S PANCAKE AND WAFFLE TIME! IT'S NEW! IT'S WONDERFUL! LIQUID SHINA DISH 39c Penick's Fine Quality SYRUP iC Pint Size Dispenser Pillsbury Specials! PlliSBURY PIUSBURY CAKE MIXES WHITE FLOUR Whie- Yellow-Choc. 50-Lb. Bag Big Bottle Choice of: Crystal White - Waffle - Golden PIUSBURY PAHCAKE MIX Bjustrom's Sidewalk Rug Yes! •*n«« It's On The SIDEWALK In Front of Bjustirom's Furniture Walk On It Yourself! THEN REGISTER YOUR NAME AT BJUSTROM'S YOU MIGHT WIM! "HELLO, ALICE? Oh- Alice dear, have you heard ihe news? Why, ii's jusl -Ihe cutest thing I ever saw! There's a real room size rj\g on the sidewalk in front of Bjustrom's — imagine! No, I'm not kidding, Alice dear. And you walk right on this rug right out on the sidewalk! Then you go into Bjustrom's and . . . but, Alice, you've just got to go down and see THIS for yourself!" ASK US AT BJUSTROM'S ABOUT: 9x12 "Keepsake" Rug Given Away Free • • • • A Full House Carpeting Job Given Away Free • • • • A "Keepsake" Carpet at a Fraction of Us Cost to Highest Bidder ESTABLISHED 1935

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