The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 8, 1959 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 8, 1959
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Are Best Ever i j • ) >" * < $\ .The highest production herd &V* wages that thefe have ever beett in Kossuth D.'H. 1. A. histaft? were recorded ifl December, ae-» gordmg to Porirest H6fbatieif, Swea City, ft. H. 1, A. n6rth unit supervisor. Four herds averaged over BO Ibs. of butterfat and 10 . averaged ovef 40 IbS. of butterfat. They ares Cows Ave. 'In Butter Hilbert Blersledt Jil^lS Dale Schfoeder :_.12 516 Donald Hofbauer 11 50.5 Alvin Boettcher ^..^23 50.1 Milton Madison IS ,:49.1 Harry Bartelt -.-12 " 48.9 Martin Harms 27 . 48.4 C.H.Wilhelmi .17 . 46.6 Ralph Walker, Jr. ..22 ' 45.0 George Wallentine —20 44.7 Leander Menke -. 16 . 42.J John Ruger ^__^29 '41,3 Sidney Paytte ^.29 . 40.4 Edwin Wichtettdahl _12 40.4 '; Cows completing lactation over 400 Ibs. of butter fat were ^— EC Tigges, Sally, 406; John Ruger Sandy, 536; Brenda, 527: MiltOn Madison, Spot, 501; Glen Rasmussen farm, Brownie, 432; Dora 440; Donald Hofbauer, Mary 441; Leander Menke, Ethel, 408. Twenty-four herds were tested bn D. H. I. A. plan with 439 cows in milk, 81 cows ' dry. 30 herds Were tested on owner-sampler plan with 349 cows on test. ..•'• Rings ted Pastor Accepts Call To Nebraska Rev. George Pallesen has resigned from St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted to accept a call to the First Lutheran church at Blair, Neb. -The resignation is to be effective-March 31. Rev. Pallesen came to,Ringsted Nov. 1 ,1947. .He has been serving both the Ringsted congregation and the church at Dolliver. Before coming to Ringsted, Rev. Pallesen: served at Rutland. The'local church council is now seeking a successor to Rev; Pallesen at St, Paul's. Father-in-law -VI'." 'M " - * LuVerneMan Dies On Trip LuV*rn<j -. Wilson Letter a*- 'cttmpanled by his, soft; Earl tegler of Seymour felt ,",Frid§y.}? for Houston, Tex. They went to bting mime the trailed house and automobile of iHfe" I«ite $erhl*a :Hafes - of W&lnul Mf ftftd Mi* were enf^ntte iouth lot tftfc tfitt- te*' wh«i&f« suffered <t,<Htal stroke. , They are the parent^ of Mrs Earl Legler, .ti£ attd Mrs William Sonja and Sheryl w6r6 kuests Stfnday of her aunt, Mr ami Mi's Lv Ji Elberts in Pocahonlas, C Mr and Mrs William Myers «fid family of Whlttemore were Stift* dfry guests in the home '6f her brother, the Robert, Barbet 1 ifini* ily. -\ • ' Mr and Mrs A. A. Scnijpull vlsitefl SUndey aflernqon Itt tM H. Stewaft home in Fort podge, Mrs Ella Woito is in Cedar Rapids to spend the winter with her sons, the Harold and Milton Wolto families. August J, Pergande is visiting in Omaha, Neb., with his daughter, Fredn. the William Myers. John Schmidt and his mother, Mrs Emma Schmidt spent the holiday weekend with their sister and daughter, Bessie, the Roger Bnhls family at South St. Paul, Minn. Shirleen Schnetzer and Marie Kay Marty attended an E. U. B. Youth winter convention at Westmar College, LeMnrs, Friday to Sunday. Mr and Mrs Henry Marty transported the girls there and return home. Mr and Mrs Richard Feltls and Cynthia of StewartvJlIe, Minn., called on his cousin, Mrs Will* iam Biglngs and Mr Blgings Friday. Mr and Mrs Henry Sell of •Churdnrt were Sunday visitors in the William KlawHter home. Mr and Mrs Fred Merkla family had as weekend guests her brother, the Enri Lchmartrts of DCS Moines. r Sunday evening guests with the Ralph Slolls were her nephew the Gordon IJutchinsons of Hampton. " Weekend guests with the Chtif- les Hinz were her niece, Mrs Louie Werner of Fairmont, her Thursday, Jan, 8, 1989 Algeria (I*-) Upp» fltf daughter, the Eldo BeeRihaft* of Mankato, Minn. * Mr and Mrs Elmo Barber trt Bode, Mr and Mrs Albert Schipull were Friday evening guests of the Robert Barbers, their son and daughter. A breakfast Sunday morning In the C. W, Bjustrom home honored college students, seniors and senior graduates home for holidays of the congregation of the Methodist church by the W.S.C.S, Other guests included the Rev, Worthie Usher, pastor; Mrs Alvin Weber, general chairman; Mrs William Ooetsch, secretary of stfcdetrt work. Assisting Mrs Biuatrotft with the breakfast wetf Mrs Vernon Eggleaton, Mrs Adam Zweifel, Mrs Clifford Holm&i Sunday was student recognition Sunday arid the young people assisted with the morning worship service, < John Hefti, Sr., Mr and MrS John C, Eirmaerriian were, guests Sunday in the William- Hefti home at Goldfleld. Holiday week visitors in th« Harold Hanseti home were their daughter, Mr and Mrs Edward Weldman, Charles and Kathryn* of Norfork, Neb, A '$ ;?• V ,4, Mit '-* Night School To Begin Mpnddy, Jan. Arrangements have been com pleted -by Jack Evans, chairman ip offer ten night school course" Kere, beginning next 'Monday Jan.' 12, "at 7:30 p.m. , ' " Classes in creative retailing beginning bridge, ballroom, danc ing, family investments, begin ning sewing, tailoring, beginning typing, modern dance, upholstery and United Nations, will be offered. Fee for ,the 10 two-hour classes is $5. All persons interested in; an adult class should register .before Jan. '1-2 so that adequate preparations >!can be made for the sessions. " Arthur Larson 6f Swea City Dies Suddenly Arthur D. Larson, 75, Swea City farmer, died at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday at his home. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Curtis- Barnes Funeral Home at Swea ,City. , Mr Larson, who farmed for 40 years east of Swea City, completed his chores early Tuesday and stated that he didn't feel •well. He sat 'down to rest and died shortly thereafter. His. wife and children survive. Mr and Mrs-'Alphonse Berte announce the engagement and ap* prOaehing marriage ' of ' their daughter. Theresa, shown here, to Harold P\;Ricke, of IWesley. The wedjding will take^piaee January 21 at St. Joseph's catholic church at St. Joe. (Glenn's. Studio photo —U.D.M. engraving). Degree of Honor Installs The Degree 'of Honor held in- tallation, of officers Monday ev- ning af'Jthe Moosfeihall. Baulah Williams, Red, Oak, State president ahd state organizer q|flcaied t the installation. Assisting were' Hose Smith, past president of the ocal chapter and ushers, Mona Hobbs and Mary, Lou iRuhnke.,. President is \ : Myrna Gregson; Vlona Hobbs, vice-president; Mare Scuff ham, 2nd vice-.president; Elsie Reed, past president; trea- urer, Pat Cook; fina'ncial secre- ary, Margaret Bray ton; record- ng secretary, Bernitas Lynk; usher, 1 Daisy Schauer; „ assistant usher, Maxine Clegg; color bearer, Viola .Douglas; assistant color bearer, ,Mary Olson; right assistant, Ida Chismj left assistant, Elen Marshall};, Wilma Strayer; inner' watch,' Mary 'E. Vluckey; drill captain,' Bernitas Lynk; Goldie Guderian,* ritual counselor; Margaret Briyton, trustee; and pianist, ' Mary Lou Ruhnke. Mrs Williams was presented with a gift following installation ceremonies and a committee headed by Pat Cook served lunch, Bernard Gisch,' Honored . A family pot-luck supper and birthday party, was .given Saturday evening for Bernard Gisch al his home.-In attendance were. Mr and Mrs'-Duane Arend, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gisch, Mr and Mrs Larry Gisch, Mr and Mrs John Gisch, Mr and'Mrs Luke Hamilton, Mrs;and.,Mrs Wilfred Kohl- liaas, Mr and Mrs Joe .Lichter, Mr and Mrs William Specht and the respective families. Union. Sulz Meet The "Union Sutz" card Sunday evening with Mr and ; Mrs Marvin Leigh. Travel prize was won by Mrs Ray Mertz.. High core prizes were won 'by'-;Mrs "oe King and Ronald Cqllins.' The ow score prizes went to; Mrs lar ence Metzger and George Simons. Mr and Mrs Jerry Haas were guests. .,'-.,'. Lifelong Rodman Resident Dies, Rites Jan. 2 Charles Ole McClelland, 67 lifelong resident of Rodman died Dec. 30 at his home after a long illness, Mr McClelland is survived by his wife, Dena; and two brothers Lloyd and Sam McClelland of. Emmetsburg. Funeral services were held Friday, Jan. 2 at 2 p,m. at Rodman Presbyterian church, with burial in Rodman- cemetery, ,Rev. Robert Arends officiating. Pleasant Surprise Mrs Lyle J. (Lorraine) Anderson, whose husband ABC Lyle Anderson is with the U.S. Navy ifi the Antarctica, was pleasant^ ly surprised Monday night when she received a mysterious phone call from South Sioux City. It seems a ham radio operator there had received a cafl from Mr Anderson. The South Sioux City operator called Mrs Ander* son, who in turn talked through a telephone and-radio combination to her husband, who is slated to be near the South Pole until this September. Injured Man Improves The condition ,pf Charles Lens ing, Bancroft young man injured in an automobile accident near his horn? Pec. 29, is reported as much improved. He is at Uni» yersity hospitals, pt Iowa City. H§ was thrown ou$ of his car Jn' the accident which happened ab.out,, J a.m. and was nopfound until 7 Mis Hopkins Hostess The Plum Creek. Womens club will meet Wednesday, January 14 with Mrs Sadie Hopkins assisted oy Mrs Lela Gardner. Roll call, Do You Read Books or Don't You Read Books."' review will be given by Mrs August Slagle. Entertains Bridge Club Mrs Edith Buchanan entertained the members of the Idle Hour bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Post Hostess Mrs Elizabeth Post was hostess to the "Eight Specks" card club Wednesday evening. P.E.O. To Meet The P.E.O. sisterhood meets Wednesday afternoon "with Mrs J. B. Harris. ' ..-•', Sewing Club Met . ( ' ' , Mrs Lowell Smith entertained her sewing club members at a luncheon Tuesday. ' WESLEY NEWS , Christmas day guests in the parental A}f Studer home were the Bud Studers of Mason Cityj George ;Kelchs,;; Kanawha; Leo Youngs, Garner, Ernest 'Gerdes, Woden and the Ed Downs of Wesley. Sunday evening guests in the Lester Larson home were the Alt vin Larsons, Ivan Johnsons, Howard Funnernarks, fRussell Swansons and Dr. Paul Warners. Joan Torgeson of Laurens spent several days last week Jn the Dr. L, L.,Pfeffer home, John Pfeffer was home ° n vacation from Iowa. State College, Ames. Charlene\ Downs, who is erti- ployed in the office of the lowei Methodist hospital, Bes Moines, spent the holiday weekends in the parental, Ed Downs home. Nick Wagners have bought the house recency 'vacated by4he John Penning family. Wagnerg •will move the house to the lots east of their home. Mr and Mrs Herman Bode were Sunday guests in the James Coady home in Bancroft. Th,e dinner was in honor of the birth" days of Mr Bpd$.and his sister, Mrs Coady,,, • Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard, Julie, MeUsjSa and Chris returned Jan. I from a 10 day visit Jn Brunswick, (5a. with the Bqb Eggelston family. Mr and Mrs George Eggelston of LuYerne accompanied thf \n. OCEANS OF POLICY To Offer For Sale Nationally Known And Poular Local Brands Of High Quality Merchandise At The Lowest Price. Should Any Item Of Like Qualify Be Offered Elsewhere In Town The Lowest Price Automatically Becomes Our Price. SHOP WHERE YOU GET ALL THE LOWEST PRICES IN TOWN ! ; ' 1 ' Dressed Fresh Frozen «.< '. > •:,'.,•..,. Pound 10 Lb. Box m 1.29 Taste-O-Sea Fillet Of , Perch Pound 5 Lb. Box 39 FASTCO BRAND Taste-O-Sea Fillet Of Haddock ICE CREAM Pound 5 Lb. Box 89 V4 GAL. BRICK 494 'SLICED TO FRY OR BY THE PIECE BLUE BONNET FILLET OF WALLEYE Halibut Ib. 39c PIKE - Ib. 89cl I Margarine TASTE-O-SEA FILLED OF POUND 5 POUND x BO3t TASTE-O-SEA FILLET OF COD 33c 1.59 CATFISH Ib. 49c TANGO THURINGER SUMMER SAUSAGE DECKER KORN KIST BRAND SLICED BACON LAYER PACK TENDERED SMOKED PICNICS Lbs. 49c ^^••BM ALL BRANDS corr LIBBY'S FRUIT COCKTAIL No. 303 Cans .PILLSBURY'S CAKE MIXES Chocolate R e q Yellow D , a White ^ K 9* PILLSBURY'S ANGEt FOOD CAKE MIX ft FLAVOR KIST GRAHAM CRACKERS SNO BOY FROZEN HI-C PINEAPPLE GRAPEFRUIT DRINK 46 Oz. Can 29C LIBBY'S CRUSHED PINEAPPLE No. 211 Cans 39C ORANGE JUICE 60z. Cans iV, ^ « GOOCH'S •'9 MACARONI HUNT'S TOMATOES No. 303 Cans MORRELL'S GOLDEN 3Lb. Can FESTAL BRAND PUMPKIN Reg. Can SUNSWEET PRUNES.... CALIFORNIA NAVEL 1 ORANGES SIZES 138 2 Doz, 59c 1 Lb, Cello 39? Hersheys Candy Bars HUMPTY DUMPTY SALMON CHICKEN OF THE SEA Reg. Can ^) KRAFT'S TARTAR SAUCE 51 l r ° z 23c >% N>? SSS^ » , i H, ; IV'- KJ 1-fe^.S Wi RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES ,-Ec 'Q'wowfc A.I^ ; :^Po;.oi>. ; I>-IST:M-BMJT : I.QN •Kt". J**l

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