The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 3, 1955 · Page 28
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 3, 1955
Page 28
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LOCALS Mr and Mts Leon Mariin and Mr and Mrs Jason Loving attended Homecoming at Cedar Falls last weekend. Zelda Reid, daughter of Mf and Mrs Ben Reid has been visited by Jean Welch of Forest City who concluded the visit Wednesday. Chatles Palmer, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Palmer of Algona has enrolled for the fall term at Mornlngside college in Sioux City. He will major in Theology. SUNDAY 4 Big Days Adm.: 20c - 60c - 75c Mr and Mrs Aldan McAdams were visited Sunday by the daughter, Lillian of Des Moines. Faihfet ftosStnan, who entered the hospital July 12 with a heart attack, has returned home now. and is much improved. Tom Merryman has not been well of late. He suffered a neck injury sometime ago which is Causing severe headaches. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lane, Green Mountain, Iowa, visited over the weekend with Mr and Mrs Bill Nay lor and family. Mr and Mrs J. F. Milder had Mr and Mrs C. G. Curley and children Cathy and Tim of Calumet City, 111., as weekend guests. Helen, Julia and Setty Ann McEnroe and Mrs Dorothy Higgins drove to Spencer Tuesday to visit Mr and MrS Robert Schmidt. Mr and Mrs fed Larson are home after a two week's trip which took them to Tulsa, Okla. and Madison, Wis. where they visited their daughters and their families. Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne and their daughters, Julia and Barbara, attended the wedding at Madison, Wis. over the weekend of a niece of Mrs Bourne to Harvey Kuenne, star third baseman for the Detroit Tigers. The niece, Dixie Sarchet, * was Miss Wisconsin for 1955. THE GREAT STORY OF A BOY WH6 BECAME A MAN ... THE HARD WAY! Watch for National Guard Display of cannon and other arms in front of theatre Sunday! Lroudly marching with the GREATEST ft "THE BIG PARADE" •fr "ALL QUIET ' ON THE ] ^ WESTERN FRONT" •fr "SERGEANT YORK" The exciting true-life story of America's most decorated hero AUDIE MURPHY Mt and Mfs Deftn Ftindg*n- berg spent last week at Grand Junction with Mrs Riggenberg's parents, Mr and Mrs E. H. Lu* ther. Mrs Minnie Matefn was visiiOd last weekend by her daughter Arlerve, sister, Mrs Etta McCullins of Minneapolis, Minn., and son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Michael Matern of Norwood, Minn. Dr. and Mrs Jehft Kenefick and son Tom arc leaving Thursday (today) for Iowa City where the doctor will attend a medical meeting. They will remain to see the Iowa-Minnesota football game. They will be accompanied by Mr and Mrs Harold Fristedt who will visit their daughter Virginia. Mr and Mrs Murray Mowers are at New Orleans, La., and will go from there to Miami, Fla., to attend the United Savings and Loan League. The daughter Doreen is staying with the paternal grandmother, Mrs C. A. Mowers at Norlhwood and the son Clay is being cared for by Mr and Mrs Bob LaBarrc. Mr and Mrs Jack Limbaugh and family were dinner guests Sunday of, Mr and Mrs Marshall Otto at Rolfe. Vernon Leeck and Carolyn Leigh were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Richard Frombach at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig and family spent a week ago Sunday at Clear Lake with Mrs Ludwig's parents, Mr and Mrs T. P. Joynt. The Rev. and Mrs John Rain arc leaving Friday to attend the Omaha Bible Institute freshmen initiation at which the Rev. Kain will give an address. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Riedel had as dinner guf.-sts Sunday the former's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Duane Johnson of Lcdyard and the parents, Mr and Mrs W. H. Riedel of Burt. An Algona delegation aitend- ed a meeting of the Prairie Gold Boy Scout area at Storm Lake. Tuesday evening. District and area leaders goinc from here were Clayton Percival, Gene Cook. Dr. C. C. Shirik and Glen Graham. Ends Thursday: Gloria DeHaven in "GIRL RUSH" Fri. - Sat. They lived DANGEROUSLY and _ ^ loved RECKLESSLY! . fHANCIS WHITE and JOT N. HOUCK pr*Mnt JOHNSON...he hod gifts in every town but only out in his heart I MANNING...he wort his bars as if they were a bulrseyel KERRIGAN...!) wam'i a Purple Henri he was oiler, it wgs a ticlil homil MARIA...when War is clow a womon wants someone lo hold! STAKING lUCIU H fftUDIE MURPHY.-MARSHALL THOMPSON-CHARLES DRAKE 11 nnn on rtfi! in 11 n^n nr Lull I n fUuiiiJ ui n DDD • ».iiiit!i fOR tit Sifiltii tt UIL UUuU • Fnl'witO ft AAIUiii ILL ALGONA^' ^ CHILL WILLS LANCE FULLER /'CATHY DOWNS-JEANNE CAGNEY if JESSBARKER-siERUNcHOLLOWAY: jpy ll|||| CITDE HOUCf.-JOHN PIC*»0\ ftfr co/0* Mr and Mrs William Lauben- that had Mr and Mrs Keith Kerber of Emmetsburg as dinner guests Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Jerry Lewis have been visited recently by the former's sister, Mrs Clell Johnson, of Long Beach, and his brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs L. T. Lewis of Macon, Mo. Mr and Mrs K. D. Long drove to Cedar Rapids recently to visit their daughter, Marcie who teaches art in the schools there. She plans to spend the weekend here with her parents. Nancy Louise, daughter of Mr and Mrs Louis Ferstl was baptized in St. Cecelia's Catholic church Sundny morning. Cathy Marie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Charles Rcffer was also baptized that morning, also in St. Cecelia'.'; church. Thursday, November 3, 1955 Mgona (la.) Upper Dei Moln*»-S Mr and Mrs Irwin Malueg and daughters, Diane and Jean, were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Freda Norman. Mr and Mrs Erman Hansen and daughters were dinner guests Sunday of their son ;mci daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Carl Hansen. Mrs Harry Hargreaves and Mrs Gilbert Hargreaves drove to Dr\Moines Friday to bring home the former's husband, who has been a patient at the Veterans hospital. Mr and Mrs Herman Leeck and Vernon and Mrs Leeck's I'atlnv William Busse were guests of Mr and Mrs Herman Busse at Burt Saturday. William Busse is here from Avoca, Wis., and is making an extended visit with his son- in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Theodore Hutchison and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John Carroll are leaving Friday for Iowa City and will spend the weekend with Mr and Mrs Ted Hutchison. They will also at- tciul the Iowa-Minnesota football game. Shirley MeJzger flew home from Portland, Oregon, for <\ week's visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Met/.ger of Union Township and her grandparents. Mr and Mrs Julius Bollig of Bancroft. While home slu- imidc the acquaintance of six new cousins. Shirley is employed as ;i medical secretary at St. Vincent's hospital in Portland, bcinu there a year now. She formerly was employed MS secretary to Countv Attorney, Louis Nitrhals. ooo.o0.o:o:o:o:o:o:D:o:D:o:o.ox>tf 0:0^0^^ PLUS COMPANION HIT SEE HOW IT WILL HAPPfN IN YOUR LIFETIME...AS MAN REACHES HIS TARGiT FOR TOMORROW I GEORGE PAL- BffllN WOT -MS O'HANION • PHILIPYOROAJi, BAM LYNDON -GEORGE 1R1NGTON YAIES !o VOTE FOR Dr. C. C. o s o 1 •3 V FOR O O Algona ^^fr i WILL WORK FOR: Progress with common sense costs. Progress with new industry. Progress with improved trade relations. City Government With Malice Toward None o; o o 0: YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED lj.O.OOCiO.O.O.O.C'.OOO.O.OOT>vOOOOOOOO'OO.OOOO.OO0.vOOOO.OO0OO00OOOO.O.O.O0vOOOOOO.O.C'.O.OC>O.OO<:'.OO'. ' Ray's Market DECKER'S VALUE SLICED BACON ...Lb.29c FRESH TRIMMED PORK CUTLETS...Lb.39c HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT DAIRY WIENERS..Lb.49c LEAN MEATY BEEF ROASTS Lb.39c LOIN END PORK ROASTS.. Lb. 39c MORRELL'S SMOKED 3 RINGS RING BOLOGNA ..... 89c LEAN, DEFATTED (wViOLE OR HALF) 6 to 10 LB. AVERAGE PORK LOINS Ib Buy Three and Save! JACK SPRAT SUGAR PIE 2Vi Can JACK SPRAT CUT 303 Can Pumpkin. 3for49c Beans... 3 for 49c MAYFLOWER R.S.P. 303 Can JACK SPRAT TOMATO 14 oz. Btl. Cherries. 3 for 59c Catsup.. 3 for 59c JACK SPRAT FRUIT 303 Can JACK SPRAT 303 Can Cocktail.3for69c Bar.Pears3for79c RANCH STYLE - THICK CUT HORMiL'S Sliced Bacon 2 -< 98$ FRYIKG CHICKENS and ROASTING HENS HOME-MADE BULK MINCE-MEAT Fresh Solid-Pack Oysters also Select Oysters for Frying MAYFLOWER QUEEN Olives. qt. jar 49c MRS TUCKER'S PURE VEG. Shorting, 3 Ibs. 69c Jack Sprat W. Hulless family pkg. Popcorn, 5 Ibs. 79c GLACIER CLUB Gal. Ice Cream.... 69c [COLORED OR WHITE NORTHERN TISSUE.. 13 rolls $1 VAN CAMP'S GRATED TUNA 5cans51 ACAPULCO CRUSHED 303 CAN PINEAPPLE Scans $1 FREEDOMS for FAB box tops SEND NO MONEY Just the tops from 4 large pkgs . or 2 giant pkgs. or 1 king size pkg. of FAB See offer on Special Packages Large Pkg. Giant Pkg. ^^ W^ - »/ i_. a i y c: JT n*y, v^ * a i * J. ** ^ 2 for 59c 69c Pink Dref t Reg. Pkg. - 2 for 49c Gt. Pkg. - S9c NEW PACK MAYFLOWER - 303 Can CORN, creamed or whole 2 cans !5c case o! 24 cans - $2.89 BETTY CROCKER PKG. ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX.... 39c GUARANTEED PRINT BAG CERTAINTY FLOUR..50Ibs. 2.98 MARSH SEEDLESS 96 SIZE GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 39c FANCY EATMQRE CRANBERRIES 1 Ib. bg. 9c FANCY TOKAY GRAPES 1 Ib. 9c LARGE JUMBO HEAD LETTUCE 2 for 25c

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