The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1959 · Page 20
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" ' raiL/--*- Y •-' •<** tt: ^ Plan Sunrise Service At Lone Rock Easter Sunday Lone Rock — Thursday eve- hing will be Communion Services at the Presbyterian Church at t:30 p.m. The Sunrise Services will be at 6:30 a.m. Easter morn* ing with the Easter breakfast following the services, for the Junior and Senksr High. The regular services wili be at 10 o'clock and Sunday School at !1. TraY^lftrs' Reunion Mr and Mr$ Evtrelt Hanna spent the weekend in Ames where they attended a Get-to- church for Kelly Lee, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dennis Pricbe and RSehaVd Wm., son of Mr and Mrs Wm. Mas-low. Mr and Mrs Clarence Eumaeh of Clyde, Ohio end Mr arid Mrs Clem McVoy and daughters of Algona »«?re supper guests at the George night. Kissner home Sunday gcther for the greup that went to Russia last summer. They have organized now and ts$l them selves "People to Peopte. 1 " They meet at the Memorial llaKwt. Th« main speaker was Her, Pak Chue Chan, is Chinese Doctor at ,the college. His topic was Chiat and the Pacific, His wife is also a doctor,- and they owned ib< own hospital in China. They left there before the Comwwmists took over. , Mrs Leo Woods of Whiitemore visited at the home of Mrs Mary Genrich Wednesday afternoon. Thursday dinner guests at her htJme were Mrs Mary Hauck, Mrs Clarence Wells and Mrs John Hauck all of Livermoce and Mrs »'Millie Nolle, Algona.' Mrs Genrich has been fll the past threa weeks with bronchitis and a sinus infection. Ladies of the Legion Auxiliary will meet April 1 at, the Legion Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow,' Mrs Herman Neitzel of Burt, Mrs Ed KHers of Spirit Lake were afternoon callers at the Georgfe Kissner home. They also called on Mrs Lem Marlow. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris were Friday afternoon callers at Ihe home of Mrs Emma Manus at Burt. Mr ftnd Mrs Laurence Rath and John. Mrs Martha Rath, MriT"Wil- ma Bush and son of Algona, Mrs Alma Marshall and her mother of Algona, Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Randy were Sun day callers at the home of Mrs Emma Hurlburt. Mr and Mrs Clarence Zumach of Clyde, Ohio are visiting at the Art Zumach home for a few weeks, Mr and Mrs Morris Bilsbbf otigh were Thursday dinner guests at the M. O. Richards home. Thursday supper guests were Mrs Letha Webb and George Bell of Algona. Mr and Mrs Dick O'DonnelLand family, Phyliss O'Donnell and Jerry Smith of Fort Dodg6'were St. Benedict CDA Plans Bake Sale 8!. BftnWKci — C, O. ol A. ef St. Benedict met Tutesdfiy evening, March 17, beginning with a pot luck supper. Grand Regent Marie Thill presided. Plans were made and eornmit- ees appointed for a bake And mmmage sale to be held at the Moose Hall in Algona on Friday, April 3. There will also be a breakfast served on Sunday, April 19 beginning after the first Mass and continuing until noon. At a recent meeting, Mrs Marie Recker was elected as lecturer to replace Mrs Jacqueline Quinn who has moved away. Cards furnished the evening's entertainment. High-prize wn« won by Mrs Fidelia Ricke and, second high went to Mrs Susan Arndorfer. Lucky chair prize was given 'to Mrs Marcia Ann Thill. Mrs Gladys Thill was the lucky winner of a Kitchen Modonna. . . Mrs Mary Lou Ludwig's name was drawn for attendance prize but she was absent. Duroc A entered Wtf'tf. _ , ,_„—-.., ... .___ State Spring Shaw and. Sale At Webster City, Thursday* Mafc, 3&, and wound up»with rcb&fcpfdrt* ship for both ^himals. . He toSK the grand 'cnamploh*hl| afwj reserve ehanlpiorrstyp " """ " grand charhpidrt boar a California 'WJyef. Considering fits age this mighty fast old wbild. . «****«* **4»*,f, V, IF IT'S NEWS, WE WANT IT LAND The BANK MAN "..-', 1 (l i ^ V,?T <$* \ Hall with Julia Thomp&oh, Viola Marlow and Georgia Marlow as hostesses. ' - Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard. and family were supper guests t bt the Elmer Frank home In Swea City Friday and attended th6 - sen(or class play in which Larry ,Prank was a member of the cast. .- -Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and-son Michael visited »at the Ronald Christenson home Jn Belgrade, JMinn. over the weekend. , • Mr and Mrs James Long visited «t the home 'of .Mr and- Mrs Bert Olson of Algori'a, Sunday.' A:'Mr,and Mrs Walter Thompson ;Visited''at the -Erwin Heidenwith lidme at SweaACity" Sunday ev,e- ' ning. '' '-^ '.-;')•' ~ f , Mr and "Mrs Dale "Wegner, and ;family ' visited "at -the 'Bussel Thompson^home at Burt We,dnes- 'day (afternoon. 1 " >Mr ,and Mrs Roger Jensen and family, ,Mr 'and Mrs.-Prank Flaig attended the wedding' Sunday of Janet Ackerman and James San- Bon. at the Methbdist church in ' 'Burt.; . , ', ' " ' ''Mr and Mrs James, Long were snowed 'in at a farm house a •Waukon last weekend where they -had gone to deliver some machin: ery. L \ '- ' , •, l ' f Guests at. the Arnold Meyer , ^home.'SGnday were Mr and Mrs \Melvin,Meyer and Byran, Mr and ' 'Mrs Alf >Krueger and son Kermit vvMr^and Mrs Frank Flaig wen ^Sunday-callers at the Earl'Acker Inian home in Burt. k,f Mr andfMrs Albert Shase'r, Mrs ,- ;Hattie' Shaser, Mr and Mrs.' Ray 'YUthofi-and,family were Sunday • .•..dmner'g'uests^aitjtne Dale Wegner ,'|home. ; . vv">v^ , ,, 4 > • • vHMr'am-rMrsxDaurence Zwiefel, , ;"Swea City, 1 ''were Sunday after- noon'callers at 1 the home of Mr, *and Mj^s Erich" Seegebarth. • , /'i-Mr and Mrs, Jim Marlow and 5 family, Mr and Mrs Bob Marlow, 'Del Marlow all of Lone Rock, Mr , and Mrs Dick Dallman and family of Algona were Sunday ^ dinner guests at the home of Mr and : Mrs Carl Bonstead of-Graettinger, „ fMr and Mrs Dale Wegner and family were callers Wednesday - evening at the James St. John !,home at Burt. 0 Mrs Rose Kraft and Judy Kraft , attended baptismal services at the Presbyterian church in' Algona Sunday 'for Scott Michael, son of Mr and Mrs James Wal, ker. '„ Mrs Harvey Larson is a patient '\#t the Park Hospital in Mason City where she had surgery last Tuesday. She is getting along fine. . „ t ;,Mr ; and. Mrs George Kissner , -e'ntertained, their pinochle club • Sunday at ••-their home. High ^prizes to Mrs Ralph Bierstedt ana 5 Roy Bierle,-l9w to Mrs Roy Bierle *,ahd Wilfred-Radig and travel to ", Mr and Mrs Sam McCleish. ,'' '^^'('Fenton Township "Homemakers , Ifn'et Priday at the home of Susan 'with Ann Radig as co- Business meeting was Sunday dinner guests'at the homo f Mr; and'Mrs Clarence Macum- >er at Algona. ' »•"? " Mr and.Mrs Art Person:, and •4 amily, Mr P.'L. Perso'n:.were Sunday afternoon callerfc at the R. O. Person home at Swea City. Mrs Paul Thacker and children rom Amboy, Minn, are visiting at the Gerald Radig home. The wo women are sisters. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder pent Sunday and Monday at Sioux City and Moville. c The Florence Circle, met with Ssther Jensen with Marion Knoll assisting. The lesson was given jy.Bernice , Jensen. .The'Emma ' irole met ' with Grace '-'Fisher' with 'Emma, Saxton'^ assisting: ,8 members were ^present and '''the .esson was given by Emma Hurlburt. The Jo Ella Cir.de met with Marjorie Person with Neva Thompson assisting. 11 members were .present and the lesson was given by Eliza Rath. Suffers Stroke, Dr. L. D. Potter, Storm. L'ake twin BrBther of Dr. L. R. Potter of Algona, suffered a stroke Monday. >Dr. and Mrs Potter of Al- gona'went to 1 Storm..Lake -Monday to visit the .stricken man. EUGENE Hi HUTCHINS The man to see We Will Repair Any Sewincj Machine Regardless Of Age Or MaKe Or We Will Give You A Seyvinf •Machine A; I N W.-'';•:.•• 'I I 1 '• f L'- J \ and LAND MANAGERS i-«, for a Land Bank loan on your land. He'll help you plan your farm financing to advantage, call Come in, YOUR write or NATIONAL FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION Eugene Hutchins, ,sec-treas. South of Penhey's in Algona (Preferably Mondays & Wed.) V, tj NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE COMPANY 310 East State Si. Algona PHONE •^•^•^^^^^•^^^•^••^•B^B * ' """1 , * •" i *> ' ' f ' { • < «-j\ '•' U' -vi-tlt lona F R E E LUNCH AT NOON - PRIME MOREA-FEtyBEEF-SAND'WlCHES ' • ' .1 '• •• .•• ' c • «.<•, <• ,' r '.' V CY 4-3634 ** * * * (12-13-14-15) ****** AND A FEW OTHER TRIMMNGS PROGRAM WILL BE CONCLUDED BY 2:30 P. M. >;• sponge mop NEW LOW . „ • • was $4.49 Guaranteed for five years. "Fin- ger-tip.Touch." Squeezer presses .out.more water, easier. Hands re* main dry. "Two-Tone" sponge for easy damp mopping and scrub* Refill $1.79 bing action; , • • . • PROMT DOOR • BACK" DOOR , I • BASEMENT , all-weather dOOF Designed to leave dirt outside the house. Scrapes shoes clean, saves housecleaning, cleans bet* tec, draips better. Choice of colors. 18 x ze $2.98 21Vix35V* $4.98 BORG— , icotldueted by chairman Emma urt and'the entertainment by LaVaun %rkland, and Mrs Henry Schroeder ajned a,t a 500, party Thurs- Midjiy .evening." High prizes won by |Mrs Roy Chrlschilles and Dale *;|3phrpeder. .Low, Mrs Katie and Schroeder'and travel by y\ i **•, 80 accurate you never need be In doubt about your weight or whether you are gaining or losing. The only scale with positive "Repeatability' 1 . Choice of decorator colors, 97.95 THERE IS MAGIC IN THESE DUSTING PARTNERS ? Amanda'Fettit, Mrs Evelyn ig,',ind Bernard Pettit called ^Jrs-G- (1 A. Sharp and Mrs, ..?ncp, Macymber at |un4ay .afternoon/ "every' which- mops COTTON $2,90 Magic action swivel socket adjusts to any position. C h o i c e of colors. NYLON attracts dust like refills $3,29.$2.39 STOPS DUST SCATTERING LIKE— MAGIC 6 OZ. _._ AEROSOt CAN -980 , AEROSOL CAN j$1,7 % l^^F 1 \ ffl MAKE YOUR; SELECTION OF GARDEN TOOLS X)«illty That Can't Bt B*tt<r*< • t«Anywh«r« At Any Price! TLORAL RAKE AMES •'Smc4i 1-7 V xi IF WINTER If HERE CAN THE ROBINS / BEFARAWAy? J FLORAL 'SHQVIL 1 - 1000 Lbs. Ammonia, VALUE 2 - 1000 Lbs. Morea, VALUE $47.50 , (You Must Be Present 'To Win) • HEAR - IRVIN ANTWlqPORTE CITY,'IQWA FARMER; WHO TOURED BEHIND THE IRON CUTAlN. HE WILL SHbW PICTURES TAKEN BY HIMSELF RIGHT ON RUSSIAN FARMS. SEE - A time-lapse photography film in: which plants are actually shown growing, in the film "Nature's Need For Nitrogen." The film, in color, was produced by the same photographic process as used in Walt Pis ney films. TALK - Dr. L. L. Schroder, agronomist for the! Standard O\\ Co. will be present to lead a question and- general discussion period. TICKETS ARE REQUIRED FOR ADMISSION BUT AAAY BE OBTAINED FREE FROM ANY Ol- THESE FIRMS, OR AT t THE VFW HALL BEFORE MEETING ' MOR-GRO,-INC. GEN ERAL OFFICE, ALGONA ,\ MURRAY ELEVATOR BANCROFT KRANTZ & KISSINGER TITONKA DAVENPORT ELEVATOR WEST BEND SWEA CITY CO-OP illVATOR ;SWEA CITY PERKIhjS FEED STORE, RODMAN > KENNETH DALLAM CYLINDER QYLINDpR E. K, JOHNSON FENTON if' s SPOWSPRiBBY *. 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