The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1959 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1959
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'^••STT , -•• * .* 8-Algona Ha.) Upper DM Motna* thuridey, March 12, * • * . • * V . v, . ,. ..,,.*. »!_..,,, j._.iJ4e .._ *« _.^rT.^^S^.. ^^afajm^^^^i-^ Play First Round Games In 4-H Cage Tourneys Play in the annual junior and senior 4-H Basketball Tournament got underway Tuesday night at Burt The Aggressive Lads chalked up a 29-21 win over Burt in the junior division and Burt downed Greenwood, 43-29 and Eagle pasted Fenton, 38-18, ift the senior division. A total of 14 junior and 15 senior teams were originally slated to vie for the titles. Play will continue through March 16, With final round action slated, at Burt Mar .20-21. Ramsey was to meet Swea- Harrison in a junior game and Ramsey was to tangle with Grant in a senior game last night (Wednesday); it will be Garfield vs. Wesley; Algona vs. Lotts Creek; Union vs. Plum Creek; and Lu- Verne vs. Whittettjorfi In junior games; and Garfield vs. Prairie; and Whillemore vs. Lu Verne in senior games tonight (Thursday); and semifinal games, featuring winners of previous action next Monday night, Mar. 16. Action in the north half of the county is at Swea City and Bancroft, while south half games are being played at St. Joe and Algona. Semi-final round games Monday will be played at Swea City or Bancroft in the north half and Algona in the south half ' « M North half managers are Cecil Thoreson and Lloyd Thorson and south half managers are Fred Asa and Bernard Thilges. Members of junior teams are 13 years and under. men, Is gaining much popularity at college and high school dances at Cedar Falls. The leader is lobby RkhlfrdSdfft ion of forhW Alfottans, Mf ahd MrS Bob Ricfr- ardson now of Cedar* Palis, members are Laity Hutiell, son of Mr ind Mrs Lawfeiicfe Hutzell. Dave Richardson, son of the Paul Richardsons, and Allen Reid, ion of iff and Mrs Harvey Reid, alt former classmates at Algona nigh school and now students at Iowa State Teachers College. ' AROUND ALGONA Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson went to Webster City on Thursday to attend funeral services for the latter's uncle, Henry Brunner. , Mrs Merle Prait and children spent the weekend here with the parental Milton Dahls while Mr Pratt accompanied Lloyd Pratt to Eldorado to visit relatives, Men's Club of the Presbyterian church will meet Tuesday eve 1 - ning at the church. The committee in charge is Karl Kiilsholm, Merlin Baker and Dick Burt. Loyal Order of the Moose will have .initiation ceremonies Sunday afternoon beginning at 2:30 at the Moose Hall. A social time will follow with a chicken dinner to be served at 4:30. Rev. M. H. Brower and Joseph Skow of the local Presbyterian church have been invited to be discussion leaders at the .Nation Courieil,of Presbyterian Men to be -held -at the Palmer House in Chicago, March 13 to 15. - Mr and Mrs Ray Muller have moved here from Wesley. They have five children and Ronnie, Jim and Larry are students at St. 'Cecelia's Academy. 'Mr Muller is employed -by the Bituminous .Material, and Supply Co." here. Mrs Charles McVay entertained at a neighborhood coffee Sat urday afternoon. Present were Mesdames Bob Schoby, Me,rlin Mertz, Ed Bowman, A Elsbecker Art Wie'se, Bob Shillington and Bernard Briggs. Reach 750 Gflol ^r-^T'^^^^W ; W t '?'*"'" '• " ; ?" "f"* '• T "'f}fW^^^|>vl^S^^^W'^^"^ > ^t"' •*>-£,•' "' v " \ v ^^* i"' .-V.V'^ 1 ' v>:f?MiS^t|"A; .". "j^^ 4" : ' ."-';"; - '" , ^V";," ' f I" *A £'"•#' ;" ' r /''"-' "• *' e s -, ' '*V' * ,' ; \ P"-%l?t; -,"«•-,_'• , •-', ' > ; i ,/-••',•<•< : f, . ' : , •.'- - ' '. ; ?4 V C%'' • • *' •.-;•-•, . • • • • ' r - »' ''• ;..y. <-\ : -, . f . - . - ' , - .»'*' v, '. ;-; ; -.: ' ; . ' /' • f t ,::. .-- , r-'." , • ' , ',' • ,''^ ' • *-' ; »^r..- ^ ' i ,'•;•-', s _ "• j - H ', , • » * , . , ~ • • » -,'"-'*" :*•'•'• ^ ')'S+ j-4"-i^"'1' ¥-T*^**'**"•> •>?*$ -r 1> '/^^>'\^ft''''.frf^^-^"*l^»>r,:fj, -'i',: '...-. ' '..Ai **^*, J^5 i^S'^^J^iWBi!ifc*Hlitf^^.»«/Ja&i,''i^ Mrs, A. Eb Briggs, Mrs Truman Simpson, Mrs Don Kajewski, Mrs ArtlViese and Viola flejming- haus attended , a cosmetologists clinic at Emmetsburg Monday evening. Mrs Simpson was chosen as -a model for the' -guest hair-stylist; Ruth Circle, young mothers' group of the Presbyterian church met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs 'Marlih Meelhause. Co- hostess was Mrs William Marshall. , Devotions were -given by Mrs Merle Teeter and the program, by Mrs Richard Burt, Tom Hertz, son of Mr arid Mrs Gene ttertz, former Algonans npw of Creston, has been -awarded a scholarship at the University. of 'Missouri according to word -"feceiyed- by friends here. Tom is a seiiipr in the high school there and was named ito the all- state football team this- fall. Gene Hertz?, former coach here, is \\ Algona Upper Det Molne* FARM SALE CALENDAR Complete farm sale advertising service at the Algona Upper t)es Moines, including advertising bills, radio-spots if desired,, and free auction listing. If bad weather forces sale postponement, your ad re-run without charge for new sale date under our original "weather insurance" .guarantee See Us for early sale .dates. March 18, Wednesday — John R. .Thompson sale, 4 east of Burt on black top, and first 'place north. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Burt Savings Bank, clerk. Sale details UDM today. March 19, Thursday — Bob Reding farm sale, 4 west on McGregor St. and one south. Complete details ' in UDM today. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, West Bend, clerki March 24, Tuesday — Community Sale in Fentoh, Iowa. Any* one'having items he wishes to list may do, so by-contacting any business man in Fenton before. February 28. Get your listing in early so we ma^ advertise it.' fhe JCtislutn _ cert Association tnembershi after f each ing its members. Cottcelis complete next seasoil Richard Leibett, faM from Radio City Music M baritone Bernard t*«b ti!c ratio Janet Carlson, Ghosett^ to the campaign were the Rudie Sinfonietta, and the Chanticleer, a male quartettei " Members elected t6 «ert Association board of directors Saturday were Mrs Mat' Btttt* Mrs M, M. Brower, Mrs JNtewtoti. Coughenour, Mrs Jawes DMds, Mrs Paul Erdman of Wesley, Mrs W. G. Flaig of Lone RockjfMrs Harry Greenberg, Russell Guster, Barbara Haggard, Rugh Hodgson, of, Burt, Mrs Lowell Lenis, Mrs Cart Morck Jr. t Mrs H..'J. Me- Nertney of Bancroft,-Mi's„Edmund O'Brien of Whltlemdre, Florence Reynolds of TitOhka, Virgil Rohlf, Wiliard Snustad and Mrs Re)t Taylor. ' / . HeetlSfid; Henrietta Dontjei Mrs Frank Maigf Wllltam Bi Boyken} Victot Perkins; * Beatrice HfldiMtt. . T4 | Mrs Li a ;, Lotts C«sek». 'Mff''>iJa^'' N *joBDaBn*.'»r*|-.' warcre" n« ittt»§;. .•/,\"'> i-; <%74Hi'->Jif *V jrua udi.' muanf - IT««».•«£»-«• ;rirj!r AMR^te.fMNr ! me&&$. lt mm > •-. MWiSaile; 6ttdt«tt«'';i followed ^M^ti&i* "• the: teSft* ' ' SJ, ;?MfJi| PHON6 6t 44Sdi « ¥6Ui mN&IM*£ ^^ <• *.*~j.*t u^i m -._^,L^rf^fa^. J ^u....», »^^^»—""i-ir •"•' L ' '• ntif"•*' ""• " . acting superintendent Creston, schools. of the Bob Richardson's Combo, -composed chiefly of Algona young j Mrs Scott Clark, the oldest member of the Presbyterian Church in LeMars observed her 103rd ' birthday ;. recently. ' > She makes he'r home • in Monrovia, Calif,, with a daughter. SCALDED Three old Dennis Van- n'atta of LeMars waslburned over, about 1/3 of his body recently when he tipped a pan of hot water over himself. The boy was standing on a chair near the kitchen stove when he lost, his balance and. upon falling v he grabbed a pan of scalding water, spilling it over his shoulder, leg and inside ol his. Icnee.' - Election Held By County T.B. Unit Mar, 7 The annual, meeting of the Kossuth County T. > B. and Health, Association, was held at the Al-^ gonn Hotel Saturday noon. C. B. Murtagh, county president, -pre--sided. Talks were given'bv Mrs C. 'C. Inman, Bancroft, and 4 Mnt John'Wilson, Burt. ,, f All officers, nominated 1 by August Studer, Corwith, L'ancu Riebhoff, ' Burt, and Mrs Swen Larson, Buffalo Center, member^ of the nominating, committee] w,ere elected unanimously: They are: Ci B, Murtagh, Al&ona,- presi^ dent; Mrs C. C.- Inman, Bancroft; vice pres.; Mrs Dettmer Thbmp* son, Swea City, and Mrs .George Wolf, Algeria,,) seals chairmen^for the horth and south halves',of ,tha county';, 1 A'. Mi Quintard,' Algona", health' and \educatioh;"* Joyed Hayden, Algona, patient service- Mrs Marvin 1 Larson, ~Swea City, case finding; Mrs Beulah 'Rich* ardson, 'Algona, legislative; and Mrs Inez .Wolfe, Algona, public? ity. . ' - . Representative directors arfe Mrs .Chester,. Schoby, Algona',' Mrs John'.Wilso'n, 1 Burt, and Dr.-John IT'S |tATER THAN YOU THIN K... Wiih Easter only three weeks to go, it's high time to begin thinking about that new Spring outfit you'll want to wear in the big Easter P ar " 6t!s. r Don't, let the snow fool you. Style-time is almost here. The CHRIS- CHILLES STORE is ready,for you with the most attractive showing of new'Coats, Suits, Dresses, Skirts and Hats in its history. Styles are so wearable, so becoming, so moderate in price that you'll want to have the,first choice.of this big selection. Corne in this week and buy your new wardrobe. ,*;••-' " r -- A style, size and width to tit, every child for Sty teg Shiny pumps for girts, nigge?! styles for boysl \- ' All designed to provide your children with the bestln sturdy, fashionable footwear. Come in today and get a perfect fit for your child. i i mi mi mi ii i n iiiiimiiiniiiiiiiii GOATS! ..Spring coats have NEVER been prettier—we h»ve.hun- , dreds of styles and, priced at only $29.98 to $59,98 in all-wool fabrics — $14,98 to $29.98 in cotton and lighter weight fabrics.; SUITS! grand exit ponef-pfeafed • be/fed high fl/if/erecf with /ewef buffons .In lightweight Carme/ Wool suits by MOORDALE and ARTHUR JAY priced ,-at, $29.98 to $65.00. Cotton and rayon LINED suits in regular and half sizes at only $22.98. Over a hundred different color* and stylet <to choose from, PRESSES! ; Qv§r a thousand dresses In »lxe* 7>15, 10-20 and \iy 2 • 24>/ 2 . Cotton »tyle* from $7,98 — othfrc In BETTER PRESSES to $49.98. Junior style* in both one and two piece. Famous R & K lead the parade. ^i-Kjfttr^'.' • '" Grain eeting •Si 85% wool si/fe by Moorda/e 3 to ?5 >' > - ,' ' ' '„•>''•.•.' Thursday, March 19,7:30 p. m. ,-,».' ' W * * s m- ' '- j • ^ Algona High School Annex ^^ ' - ^•rf' •:?•• " . . - . "• " ','!.. j •'•' Program , 1, "Why Dry" Moyie supervised by Iowa State College, Missouri University,. Nebraska University, and '. ' . Kansas State. This is a deucational non commercial movie on drying and aeriation for long 'time stor- - 1 Ana , i '»'.'' age. . ., ( ' - • / , • • , - ' '•".'' 2. Film -r- Civil defense film "Operation Q" showing the effects of a,real atomic bomb blast on a city at Yuca Flats, Nevada—Narriated by Jerry Joseph. •. •. ; , > . v \ . '•'',*).,! 3. A talk on the A. S. C. program on grain storage and drying. , "•'.'• .^ *'" ! s , 4. A descriptive talk by Glen Chilton on grain storage buildings, Behlen cribs and bins. '. ' f 5. Question and answer period'on subjects by audience. * /• •. / • * •./ / i - * ; 6. Refreshments and drawing for prizes, ' . . ..; ; <'/ < • ., *. > i * f Be Sure and Attend This Timely Meeting. We're Sure You'll Find It 3 ' Highly Educational and Profitable. Come and Bring Your Friends.. Sponsored by: "Your Grain Storage and Dryer Headquarters for Northern Iwa"

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