The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1959 · Page 2
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• I ?.l>$$-jo**' H. L H« It? l»j; (fc.) Mof net thuwloy, Live Wires At LuVerne Plan ForiH Day LuVerne i— The LuVerne Live Wires 4-H clttb meeting was Called to order by Marlann Schade in the Vernon Daley home, Feb. 7, with 16 members and 4wo ^leaders, Mrs Harry Naffziger and Mrs Burtis De 'Nk> present. The treasurer's report, was read and approved. A skating party was arranged for March 9 at Algona. Committees Were named for the window display in Algona tp be held by 4-H girls March 7 Kathy Gillighan and Susie Blake <<gave talks. Linda Kubly and Linda Clark gave a demonstration, Judy Naffziger and Mariann ^Schade gave a report and refreshments were served by Mrs Daley. Set Anniversary Meeting The Good Will club held their meeting Feb. 19 with a luncheon In the Tea Room at Humboldt. Nineteen members and four guests, Mrs Dorothy Becker of Livermofe; Mrs Lucille Fox of Galbraith, Mrs Robert Hardcopf and a former member, Mrs Harry Christensen of Humboldt present. A short business meeting with Mrs Roy .Guy presiding followed .the luncheon. Court Whist was played with prizes awarded to Mrs Clyde Dudley and Mrs Jessie Sanford. Mrs Alvin Weber was the entertainment Algona Student On Dean's List At Drake Gerald J. Dutton, son of Mr and Mrs John Dutton, Algona, has been named to the Dean's Honor List in the college of business administration at Drake University for achieving a 3.80 grade aver- ago during the fall semester. To qualify for the honor list at Drake a student must have a B- plus grade average or better and must'rank in the upper 10 per cent of his college while taking & minimum of 12 semester hours, Dutton, a junior in the Drake University college of business administration, is majoring in accounting. chairman* The club will observe their forty-filth anniversary at the March 19 meeting. Have Fish Fry The LuVerne fire department, entertained their wives at a fish fry Sunday evening at the town hall. An evening of cards lowed the fish fry. fol Weekend Vftitdrs in the Mr and JMw Pm ;0. Lichty hon|« his df uflifef, JPhyllis, Mr a»d Mr* Laiirtl B^itley and children of Fairfiftld. They came to visit Mr Lttm£ «s?nvalescing in his home from recent surgery and to honor his birthday, Feb 25. * Mrs Kale Barton went Friday to Fort Dodge for a two week visit in the home of her rfaugh* ter, Mr and Mrs Dwighi Hard- groye and family. Mr and 'Mrs , Jerome Stripling and children of Cedar Fall* Were weekend Visitors with his mother, Mrs Jessie Stripling and family. Jerome is a senior at Iowa State Teacher* College. Mr and Mrs Lawrence p. Miller haVe retufnfed front a month's vacation in Florida. Awhile gone they visited Mr -and Mrs John A. Ram us and family who recently moved to majke their home at Winterhaven, Florida. George Schnetzer accompanied his hrother, the Elmer Schnetzer family of Ren wick ito Oseola, Mo*, to visit their father, George Schnetzer, Sr., over the weekend. '' . ' • •. : . ' ' ''' Mr and Mrs visited -Sunday Mrs Amy Hines of Toledo Wai a caller at her nephew's home, Leo Ramus Thursday. She vtes enroute to visrt her sister- at Hed-> wood Falls, Minn. Mrs Esthe* Balhtrd, who feU and- irattuted home Sunday at Kenyon, Minn, her hip. .Mrs Ballard formerly lived in Algona, , 'J Mr and Mrs Harlan Blancnald and son Joftathart feturrted hoffle Tuesday after- vacationing for a month in, California. ,; , Mr and 'Mrs Ed George family of EsfherVille, Mrs J6hh Geitzenauer and Milton Geitzen* auer of Fentdn wf re Sunday - - . .. Marjo«y Groh with- Mr and Billy Hoeppner of Omaha, Neb. visited former friends here Sunday morning. Kfe repiprtp. his mother, Mrs Emma Hoegpher, 4 former resident here, is now improved from a heart condition she sfuffered earlietv ' Mr and Mrs Albert A. SchipUU visited Sunday in the John- SchU pull home, .at Goldfield.. .. .'. Mr and Mrs Harry Naffziger were in Maynard Wednesday and Thursday assisting Mrs Ray Wagner, mother of Mrs Naftziger. Mrs Daryl Frederick, Mr and Mrs Eddie Erdmattn families at Liver- rnore., Sunday guests in the' John Vosr Jr. home were their soil, Mr and Mrs Delrtter Voss and David 6f Eagle -'Grove; Dr. attd Mrs R. W. Beardsley and her mother of Livermore. The occasioni was< the birthday of, Le Ota Ann. Voss, Kenneth Stripling and Curtis Will, Mornhigside College, Sioux City/were weekend = visitors, in, the parental, Mrs- Jessie Stripling and G. M. Will; homes. 1 FARM SERVICED r REGULAR GA$QLINE All FARM-toWER ADVANTAGES OF PREMIUM GASOLINE at the PRICE of REGULAR ner gitests' at the Laurence zenauer home. Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrougt were afternoon callers Sunday al the Lawrence Newbrough home, Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton re* turned home from Fort Myers* Florida Thursday night to attenc the funeral of Mrs H. E. Morgan |6£ Algona, Saturday afternoon. ; Mr and Mrs Sam McCleish 'entertained at a pinochle party Sun* day evening at their home, high prizes going to Mrs Ralph Bief- stedt 'and Roy Bierle, low" to Mrs George Kissner and Ralph Bierstedt, travel to Jerry Radig. • Mrs Mary Flaig heard f r6m her i son Kenneth that he and James Petit and Willard Ohm were going to go on to Florida as, long, as they were so close. They'had gone 'to the Mardi Gras in New Drleans. Mrs Emma Hurlburt has been critically ill at the Estheryille hosp'ital. She was taken ted to surgery Saturday for a ;umor. Five btood ( tramfusioft* was necessary. • * ' "V '-'^'.f-r Mr and MVs Alf • jfCWegei 1 slid Kermit went to Belgrade* Mttfti. over the weekend to "mil thte Donald Christensons. Mrs JBtftta-c, jer and Mrs Christenson are_ sft- :ers. Mr, and Mrs Bud Lee Mid soa Mike visited at the Les Johnson \. 9 Longer Spark Plug : Life ;.' , 9 No Wild Ping See . . . . .. No Rust or Corrosion 'f^- Highest Octane Walter Engcl, accompanied' by his son-in-law, Loren Appenzel-. ler of Eagle Grove, attended the State American Legion Convention in ; session in. Des Moine? Sundayk; .• • c •.": ' • •.••;,- ;/-: Mrv^nd Mrs Irvin/Barrett, o: Slay-tori, Minn, visited VlVer aunt Mrs Ch'arles : Hinz and farhily Saturday. Mrs Loren Appenzeller, sons, Mark,, and Larry D.ean of Eagle Grove visited Sunday, with her parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Engel'. ' . ;,".;!' . " .. ',,',.. Mr and-Mr3 James -'Sloter 'and Danny, bi Forest City visited Sunday in the William Prior home. Mrs Sloter is the former Marsha Prior. Mr and Mrs George Studer visited -the past:"week with the Elwirr '/EJUs'tbn -'•family - in , Des Moines.;, A son Jerry RamUs -was born Feb.' 6 to Mr and,Mrs Ells- .on. Mrs Ellston, is the former Dixie Ramus. Mrs Ervin Barton, entered Lutheran hospital, Fort podge, Sunday for observation. ' f Mrs- William Goejtsch has been a^medical', pa,tifent at Lutheran lospital, Fort Dodge, since Wednesday. . . Mrs''Lena Stauffacher is confined in her home, by illness. Thursday afternoon and submit- Bob Angus left Monday morning for Chicago Heights and Pro* vidence, 1 New Jersey, Where he will visH hi$ Sister, Mrs Crolfr. Mr ,attd Mrs John Long : Of Ackley and Mrs Anna Newbrough of ttumboldt were stlpper and over night guests Saturday; at the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson. Attending the Community Con cert Association at Emmetsburg Sunday afternoon, to hear the Teltschiks Dtto - piano Concert were Mr and Mrs Delmar Fisher and Nancy, Mrs Don Blanchard, Mrs W. G. Flaig. Mrs Dave Weber, Mrs Wilfred Ttadig, Mis* Florence Yager, Muriel Norditte, Janice Bierstedt dhd Karen Kueck, ' ' , Mr * and Mrs Harvey ;Lars6n visited at 1 ' the Joe. Koppen hbme northeast of Burt Sunday night. Kenneth Marfow, son f of Mr, and Mrs Wm. ' Marlow,' had a birthday "party for his'8th birthday Wednesday afternoon, Mr and Mrs - Milford* Mitchell went to Humboldt Thursday eve- rting' .to, a housewarming for the Dick'Fiirsts'.. ,•'«'' 1 A farewell party was. held at the Ar,t -Bakers, home in. honor of Mr and Mrs Melviri Haase. Those attending were the Wm. Champions Sr., Arnold Meyers,-Durw^ood McArthurs, 'Afderu*Ho\?eys f ,Ron- Frfday a ftitenr»sh at her l«Bn4 600 was played and Mrs Dorothy Marlow wdti ftigk filifcabeta Radig won , low and Mrs Viola MftrloW won fiivel."" Mrs Esther Ballard of Redwood Falls, Mrs Amy Hines of Toledo, Mrs *Ma»-8lUd«f afSd h6r "§Sn Clarence Lamberty of White Fox, Saskatchewan Canada were din* ner-guests ofthe^Led Ramus lam* ily win be fi to tcrtn No. TS34 ^olf ARE^EREBY NQ*tf WD, M« au jhstrumfeht of tf , «. ^ i-, . I* the lairt Will and testament of J. Ffanltir D*cca«sd., da ted 'June 27, P ' SCttOOI, EtECtlOW Notice is hertb* glVSh to thfc qualified electors of the S«ntral Community School District of Feiiton In the Counties Of Kossuth and Palb Alto. State of Iowa, that the regular election of •- -••-•••—• ---- b e held at mm on 'the ninth ' twelve noon and be elected tor succeed William Larsen whose ted foi two fttoh Whose day of Mafch', closing at 1 6't- Two dircdtowr tfe«iss'6I " '" Wienet __ terrtiB c«pl A treasure years to tettriifeltp: Datettf 1 ( IMl. :OOL ELECTION tQr» given W the . fhes Algortd Commun- -=of Algona in the State of Iowa, thfl 1 of i said Schpo it-room 144.in the. , 'on. the ninth day , Ut-,twelve, noon 1 and cloSiflg .at 1 o'clock p.m. , ' Iwo 'dli^ctbts, .Mrtll; be elected *6r * iars to succeed Eugene '^-^ Deal whose' terms terms Butchlns'abu expire March, .. an event you vyqft't ., presented two nights! . V • r ... ; YHI StNlOtt ClASS Of ALSdhiA «I6H[SCHOOL PRESENTS THl^TfttMlLY tlNSE DftAMA OF . DINO tl flMustortied eyily to human iMlfcund«(^andiilg r *jlrug0lin9 r to aecept the love and untJeritandSng^hat Is ,6flered him. , Admission: 35c for students 50c Adults ' \; ' ' . ^ -'/ ->A ,<• ' ' ' Algona Hi School Auditorium Tickets available doring the week,at the high school or on ! '" { th4;^Ms <4f the performances. 4 ^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIHIIIIllllllllllllllllllllllllll! HAROLD GYpress 4-2667 ^ i Or Call Your FARM BUREAU OFFICE CYpress 4-4309 LEDYARDNEWS Elmer E. Williams, the father of Mrs,William Wiemej:,;passed away at the Buffalo Center Hospital on Friday morning., Mr Williams has been making his home with his daughter and,fam-< ily. He suffered a heart attack on Wednesday evening and was taken to tne. Buffalo Center hospital/ Funeral services were to be in Redding, Iowa his former home on Monday. Mrs Glen ; Burrow returned home last weekend from Iowa City where she had been visiting her daughter and family. Mr,and Mrs Edward Knoner is; home from a two month's trip to California. They visited theii two sons John and Dop in California and Mrs Knoner's sister in Washington. . ! PUBLIC HOUSEHOLD GOODS TO SETTLE THE WARY EjSTATE SATURDAY, FEB. 28 ' -"STARTING AT i;o6 P.M. — sos E. NORTH ST., ALGONA Nt< ; Green Davenport- and Chair, less than y<?ar old 3 Matching Wool Rvg S 8*12 and I?xl2 also 2 throw rugs to niatch. Twin beds, springs and mattresses Dresser and 'chest of drawers to match Table l*amps «n.4 small sjtands i»arge 8wl<*va wall clock Up-right Hoover electric vacuum cleaner 2Jfonjng boards 2 ,FlshiBf. fods and Reel* Rose colored Drapes, pictures and mirror ; .Electric Washing Machine,, rinse on stand, . yprtight 11 foot deep freeze, less ,^w old 21-itMBh TV,, roter and »ntennd, less old • 0, Iron foqt Chrome Table with 4 chairs, kitchen stool Dishes — 12 place setting also glass dishes, 9 place setting 16 piece 'Wear Ever Aluminum, set Toaster, waffle and grill Iron Kitchen scales G, g. Electric mixer Bathroom scales , Kitchen dock 30" 4 bqrner Roper Gas stove* 3 V. old Leonard Refrigerator, frozen food chest on top, 3 years old, * M|s.ct(lane9WS Kitchen -utensils • E ; lec trie hot pkte 9 Oak dining room table and 4 chairs, • 2 Beds, springs and mattresses, 4 bureaus, ft $uffet« trunk, few tgo.l| t 2 new garden , ft Mrge 2Q cup. Qoffe* Pot items No* Retponsihle for A«ci4ents Executor IOWA, STATE, BANK, AtOONA ' PRICES FOR THURS.>BL,SAr. HHTIONAL NJNCIL HELL'S BLUE BUNNY WHITE LOAF MO v» ' * HI.*.* ft!,'. .V r ft4i \fiitf-; -,-^'X^fl .STORES YOU OgT FREE KING KORN STAMPS WITH FfCH PURCHASE.' FRANK'S KRAUT UllNT'STOMATO P 11 SAUCE 8-Oz, CAN-. TOMATO SAUCE m 303 •iiilflS FRUIT tP^COCKTAIL TOMATO CATSUP PALMOLIVE TOItET SOAP ' (So OFF) ) BATH *)A~ t BIZE, MET . 44C PALMOLIVE AP 29c TOILET SOAP REO. BAES . CASHMERE BOUQUET •'-. TOILET SOAP ' 'BATH ' 'IB- SIZE H IOC YEL BEAUTY BAB 39c , BARS VEL LIQUID DETEBOENT 1.03 QUABT CAN .. PKO. VEL ;*>0»LABBL) NET 29c FAB 33c AD 'HP?., DMEBQEHT 2.49 SIZE 33c FILOWiNT $ER VING. V nNENOMMt MBB-MSS EVORK LOINS SHANK ' PORTION PER LB. .BUTT PORTION PER LB. BIB HALT' POBK LOIH, PER LB. ,. LOIKHALI 1 •'• FORK LOIN, ?EB 13. .. . , THICK OR T^ |C CENTER SLIQES PER LB. CRNftDIANBftCON';'59 C BTAUNSCHWEIGERr49 C ||gHBACRS^.29 c ChMen Gizzards tS: BREAO'EDSHRIMP ';:; TOP TA8TB, liAK, BOHELM8 ^^^ SMOKED BUTTS Per. Ik... ORANGES DM.- WMOED ,.8tti»i 35' OARDEN FREJH , i'iAS FRESH ™ .«'*t MUD NBK OYSTERS c?*... UWQft., LIGHT H WAt QARP5N FRESH, FfiOZEJI Cauliflower % Dole CONTEST] FIRST PRIZE- «AWHOl,E FORD'FAMILY l^ OF_5_CARS! :. SOfyotter prizes tool Entry blanks hen HAWAIIAN PINEAPPLE DOLE DOLE WEAPPlf JUICE * DOLE PINEAPPLE NO. 2 CANS NO. 8, CANS CMSHED Z ...2 ...2 DOLE PINEAPPLE Jfe , ., fl H. CHUNK... 2 45 DPLE PINEAPPLE A Mft CRUSHED 2«« 4S' 4! NO, ait CANS NO. SO CAMS QOQCH'I BEST wiot FBEJH HUT ' mnmi V^;-»f*vlj- Kr) n . 8-OZ. , BOTTLB ... 27c TASTE I»( f |T'i(T r '* f,-V* T*,rif POT PIES W- $ l L* '" 1 ' 'BUPEBB PEACHES 3 «..w$'i Cini •'• . ,;l YOU MOKE

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