The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 1, 1957 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 1, 1957
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^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^HBMMHHBHB^MBI^HBMM NO LOWER PRICts GOOD THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MQNDAf MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing qt. jar 49C HUNT'S Apricots 4 NO. 2y2|fe«flj CANS $M . HI-C ORANGE DRINK large cans $1 KITCHEN CHARM Wax Paper 196 100 FOOT ROLLS KRAFT'S MINIATURE Maishmallows Large Pkg. Marigold I All Flavors 98 GET ONE PINT OF PEACH ICE CREAM FREE WITH EACH Vi GALLON ALL FLAVORS Kool-Aid 3 pkgs. 10c BULK PURE CIDER Bring Your Own Jug STOKELY'S FROZEN SLICED STRAWBERRIES $1 5 10 OZ. CANS STOKELY'S FROZEN ORANGE JUICE ' t , D , !s $-1 - PACKAGE 35c SEA MIST FROZEN r 6 oz. CAN—H .V, ~r "I CHOICE CENTER SLICES I r LJ A II i l\ P 1A • l - n u"' l: CENTER SLICES LEMONADE I0c I Smoked Ham Ib. 79c MINNESOTA HOME GROWN MINCED CHUNK ARMOUR'S STAR Red Potatoes |Lg. Bologna Ib. 39c 10 Lb. Bag 39 C 25 IB. BAG 98c Watermelon n. ST *« SET, WITH LARGE HORMEL FRANKS 49c EACH U. S. CHOICE CUTS OF VEAL AND LAMB ALWAYS ON HAND WELL TRIMMED BEEF ROAST HOME SLICED, FRESH DRIED BEEF 1/2«39« -1»69 LATE CROP CALIFORNIA ELBERTA PEACHES AT LOWEST MARKET PRICES Beef Quarters A BIG SELECTION - PICK YOURS FROM OUR COOLERS Cut and Wrapped To Your Order At No Extra Charge FREE 3 SCOTT-ATWATER 5 H.P. OUTBOARD MOTORS I ~ .......... -—^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^••••••••••••••••B Regular JELLO Van Camp P'k & Beans - 2 cans 25c 4 pkgs. 29$ to be given to Super Volu Customers. Registration Through Aug. 24 -~ To be awarded Aug. 29. Winners to Appear on KGLO-TV Super Valu Show. AL60NA UPPER DES MOINES AKSONA, IOWA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, A Familiar Scene The above scene could be duplicated in a number of placed in Algona and Kossuth county towns during the hot weather. Above, Proprietor Danny Gronbeck is shown serving a refreshing cold drink to customer John Hamilton, while Danny's assistant, Larry Nauholz, looks on. Danny reported business was good but said he could always use more publicity. (UDM foto-engraving) Rites Monday For Mrs Keil At Titonka Tlionka — Funeral services were held Monday, July 29 at 1:30 p.m. for Mrs Fannie Keil, 87, at the Titonka Methodist church with Rev. Max Goldman officiating and Swan funeral home in charge of the arrangements. Burial was in the Buffalo Township cemetery. Pallbearers were Edward Harms, Ted Dunmire, Robert Budlong, Edward Sathoff, Robert Lang and Albert Missal. Honorary pallbearers were Dr. W. F. Hamstreet, Jay Budlong, Albert and George Nelson, George Peterson and Forrest Willis. Mrs Fannie Mary Hobbs Keil, daughter of Thomas and Laura Ellen Hobbs, was born July 22, 1870 at Delhi, Iowa. At the age of five her family moved to Clear Lake where she resided until her marriage to John E. Keil, March 15,' 1893. She received ..her formal education at Clear Lake. The young couple started homemaking, on a farm jnorthwest. ;of Crystal Lake. To ; thisunioft -were bbrn • fojijr^chilr dren. The "family moved to Woden in 1901, later to Titonfca in 1904. Mr Keil' was engaged in the furniture business and was a funeral director in this community. Mrs Keil was a member of the Methodist church since February 12, 1912, and was a long time active member of the Ladies Aid. Mrs' Keil suffered a stroke on July 7 and a second on July 24 from which she rallied briefly but died July 27, at 6 a.m. at her home. Preceding her in death were her parents, her husband in 1939, an infant son and a half-sister. Surviving are three children, Mrs Florence Reasor, and Mrs Leonard (Beatrice) Callies of Titonka and Maurice of Ledyard; several grandchildren; five half- brothers and sisters and several nephews and nieces, Mr and Mrs Julius Tesch and Mrs Tesch's father arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Carol Ann Monday for a couple of days and also to help Carol Ann celebrate her 14th birthday July 29. Mr and Mrs Robert Downs were weekend guests at the home of Robert's parents, Mr and Mrs Homer Downs. Mrs Johnny BJeich and son Jim and daughter Johnette were Sunday visitors at the home of Dr. and Mrs Pierre Sartor. Dr. Alice Sartor of Charles City also was a weekend guest. Supt. and Mrs W. P. Truesdell and family left Tuesday for their annual vacation in Colorado. Dr. and Mrs Frederick Rayman and children of Austin, Minn., came Sunday where Dr. Rayman left his family to stay for a week's vacation at the home of Mrs Rayman's parents, Mr and Mrs Leonard Callies. Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker and Bobby arrived Sunday evening for a stay with Mr and Mrs Everett Rippentrop and family.' They now live at Indianola and are former residents of Titonka. Agnes De bettigriies of Davenport and sister Gertrude of Washington. D. C., visited with Dr. and Mrs Pierre Sartor Sunday. Miss De bettignies is a former teacher in tHe Titonka schoolr* and at present is teaching at th& public schools of Rock Island, 111., as primary supervisor. Donald Lampe Seriously Cut Bancroft — Donald Lampe, son of Mr and Mrs H. K. Lampe, was injured when a crank slipped off. a tractor striking him above the left eye. The cut required several stitches ^to close the wound. Banns Published ' Banns of marriage were published for the first time' Sunday in St. John's cViurch for Vernois Lensing, son of Mr and Mrs At Lensing and D4ane Welp, daugh* ter of Mr ami Mrs J. H. Welp. The wedding will take place here August 17. ,. ••] Mr and Mrs Ed Schlmmel ar«" rived here from Florida and ar$ visiting with relatives. Mr and /Mrs Gene Elsbecker are parents of a daughter born July 24 al Holy Family hospital, Esthervilie. Mr arid Mrs Clem Elsbecker and Mr and Mrs James Becker/are grandparents. The Elsbecfeers also have a son. Mr and Mrs Roman Wilhelroi and J'o Ann returned from a sight seeing trip to the west coast. While there they spent a fe days' at Walla Walla, Washin ton with Mr an|(i Mrs Jame Dopey, Bank Safety! \ Th«t mt«nt tonwthing when you tap your mon«y to foftkt Experfoiwd manage- mtnt, liquid rtftrvti and d* poiM JniurwKe guarantee ywr menty wil b« available doOtf for doBtf the moment tt'i a^dtd Stop inl I OWA WTATH

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