The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 9, 1959
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«-Vi#rr"\ ". lv ; ofe': Thursday, ApHl f, 1959 Alflonfl (la.) Upp.r rfesidchl; Pat Meizen, vice t>Ves-i dent; Huth Jorgenson, secretary; [reik" filbert, treaswer; Matilyn Brown, corresponding secretary; Jetm sBilyeu, extension officer. Rainy Softmsen save the tessott »nd committees lot the spring banquet May 2 were appointed. The Eighth Graders Dancing Club had a sock hop Friday evening at Lucia Wallace gym. Music was furnished by the newly- organized, 13 member high school swing band. Mr 1 ? Allan Buchanan and Mrs Craig Smith are cochairmen of the parents committee for this year's club. „ — _.—.,- J* Reed ate shown ajter iheir ~—,....„• Mfirch 22 attthe First-Methodist church here., fhfe• bride • is> the former* Judi'tfc* Kay, Thoreson, daughter of Mr 1 and* Mrs* Kerm'it !FHoresonj Algona arid the bridegroom is - the son of Mr and Mrs liewis J. Reed, Algona. The complete wedding story was in the last if§ue. The couple are* at home in Syracuse, New York, where Mr ied is, employed by General Electric. (Isaadson photo — tJDM igravihg,). tteihodisi ladies attending ihe district W. S. C, S. meeting at Behnond Thursday were Mrs L. J. Malueg, Mrs J. B. Asa, Mrs Kenneth Jwedin, Mrs Louis Kelley, Mrs George Wolf, Mrs Roy Huteell, Mrs Louis Preul, Mrs Clint Lighter and Mrs T. C, Hutchison. <-t , *• E. Kresehsky was the Bel Canto clul. Wfet/.-Here Marth 29 Mrs ' Ai hostess to Wednesday afternoon. Mrs E. C McMahon and Mrs Fred Geigei were in charge of the program on church organs. The group vis ited St. Cecelia's Catholic, tin Congregational and St. Thoma Episcopal ^churches. Ruth Citde, young mother circle of .the Presbyterian churcj will meet Tuesday evening, Apri 14 at the home of Mrs Joseph Sltow, Wesley. Mrs Cletus Elbert and 'Mrs Russell Rentz are co- hostesses. Mrs William Marshall \vill give devotions and Mrs George DuVall, the program. l^. ft . J* r* £,_'*'£• Mr and Mrs Donald W. Karlovec are shown after wedding " punday, 'March' 29, in First Methodist church here! ,The "bride , is a "daughter of Mr and -Mrs Orville Gardner, \ Algona, while, the bridegroom is a son of Mr and Mrs Les Karlovec. Omaha. The bride is a graduate of the Lone Rock high school and is employed at Equitable Life Insurance Co. in Des Moincs. Mr Karlovec is a graduate of -Roosevelt high schoolUn -Des Moines and is a- teller at the Des -Moines National Bank. The couple will live in Des Mbines. (photo, Glenns ' Studio-UDM Engraving). Rites Thursday For Burl Lady Fuhcral services for Mrs Bertha Fischer Koestler, 76, of Burt will be 2 p.m. Thursday at St. John's Lutheran church-at Burl withlRev. Arthur Schultz officiating- . •-.-"', Mrs Koestler died about 4 p.m. Monday in the St.; Ann; hospital after a prolonged illness. .She-had been in and out of the hospital for the past year. •" , ;". She was born March 4, 1883, in Milwaukee and marrie^ ;m' 1903 to William Koestler. He preceded her in death about 10 years ago. Survivors include a son Leonard in Florida, son Arnold in Dodge Center, Minn., two broth ers and a sister in Wisconsin There are six grandchildren anc three great-grandchildren. She was a member of St. John's Lutheran church in; Burt and an honorary member "of St. John's Ladies Aid. The Koestlers spent: ;mos.t .of their married lives at Burt. They farmed until his death. Mary Recte Services Held Funeral services for Mrs Mfiry* Keckrr. 7R. St. Bcnc-lict, «r«* lold fit 9:30 a.m. Wednesday Jn he St. Benedict Catholic chutm Rev. Francis Conway was eete* brant at the solemn requiem h ! gh nia*s. Burial followed* in in* i St. Benedict cemotefy and Hart|- i Won Funeral Home of Algeria 'was in charge of arrangement.- Sis nephews served as pftllf' ] bcarei's. • „.-'] Mrs Recket died Monday at s^ Ann hospital here. She had been a patient at the hospital for eigiit days and succumbed to a lihge|i« ing illness. . «^i Marv Sterner, daughter of 'Ms. and Mrs Bernard - Siemer, was born nt Oldenburg, Germany^ Aup. 23, 1880 and came to lov^f at the age of 12. She became a resident of Kossuth county in' 1898 and lived in the St. Boner diet area the rest of her life, she was married u to Bernard Rocker in 1908 at Wesley. He preceded' her in death in Nov., 1955. Mrs Recker is survived by three daughters, Ermina (Mrs Clarence Vasko), Bancroft; Joann (Mrs Ed Lickteig), Burl ;and Mario (Mrs Bernard Kisch) Charles City; three sons, Clarence and Alvin Recker, Corwilh; and Lawrence Reckcr, Elma;, a, sister, Johanna (Mrs Ricko), Morj' n, Minn.;- two brothers, Clem, Siemer, Morgan, Minn.; and Louis Siemer, Mesa, Ariz.; and- 21 grandchildren, Mrs Recker was a long-time member of the St. Benedict Guild. . .AROUND Mrs Marvin Calhouniwas host- 'ess to her'sewing'club on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Ray Johnson was assisting hostess. . Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips re- itujrn.ed " the firpt "of the ' week from a vacation of several weeks' at Ft. Meyers, Florida. Rev. and Mrs Newton Coughenour had as their overnight guests last Thursday, Dr. and Mrs G; D. Yinger of Clinton'.' . • • Cub Scout Den 3 will visit the Virgil Roethler farm Tuesday afternoon as part of their April Down On The Farm theme. Mrs Wesley Bartlett is Den Mother.' Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sig na Phi met, in the home of Marly n Brown, Tuesday evening. Of- i'cers were elected for the next fear. 'They -are: Jan Anderson, ;..Xi Xi. Exemplar chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet Friday .evening, April 17 at the home of Mrs'Tom Sampson. Mrs Gordon Schmidt will present the program. _i_n^ . ' .' / ;U .^ , • v • Beverly James '-has returned io Iowa City after spending the Easter Vacation here with her parents, Mr ^nd Mrs .Paul James Beverly^ ,a< sophomore at thie , , ("Baptism's" Sunday 'al Si. Cecelia's Catholic church were Norbert JUpuis, son • of Mr and Mrs. Mark Kollasch and Donald Henry, son of Mr and.^rs Charles Reefer., Ex-Postmistress At Geried Dies City 'Mrs Lelo Iris Finn, 77, passed away April .5} v a.t the home of her daughter, Mt$ Mildred Friets of Elmore, Minn,, u where she had been making her home for the past 3 months. Mrs Finn's home was in Gerled, where she was the postmistress fdr many years. i Mrs Finn was born April 3, 1881 in Iowa Falls. She came here as an early settler. She was a member of the Baptist church, Surviving her are her daughter"; Mrs Mildred Friets of Elmore and a son, Bernard H. Finn ,of Black Hawk, S. D., also brothers and, sisters, Linn Comm'ack of Baxter, I. O, Corn-mack of Black Hawk, S. D., Mrs C. P. Liggett and Mrs R. A. Bates, both of Des Moines. The funeral was Tuesday, A.pril Burial .will Cemetery. be in the^fiurf 'Moose To Elect; Annual election of ; officers of, the Moose Lodge will take place this evening, at thd Algone, clubrdoms-. Bill Ressler has bten local governor. He has been ,7. r ; at,lp;30 a.'m.* at - the -Baptist v church!in Swea City with'Rev. LeRoy Carter officiating. Burial was in the Radcliff cemetery' at Radcliff, Iowa. ' NEW SWEA CITY COACH Marlyn tHoops) Johnson, athletic coach for the past six years at Harcourt, High school, has re-/ transferred to Spencer by Gamb- signed that position effective tha 1«r. ' I «*-»/^ r\f +Viri c,r»Vinrtl xrotiv Ics. I end of the school year. April 9 to* April 25 only! KAYS IE R HOSIERY ';Si. Cecelia's, douri of C, D,'of A meets this evening, ' (Thursday a't 8 o'clock at the V.F.W. hall. Cha'irladies are Rosalia ' Eisen- jbarth, Mrs- Gerald Frankl, Mrs •Robert C, LaBarre and Mrs Ann •Goecke. ' ' "— o— . • Mr and Mrs Russell Reniz and PJanne, Susan -and Wayne and 'Julie Thompson, Burt were recent ^overnight' 1 guests of $gt. and Mrs Gordon Wegener* at Sioux Citv, ; Sgt., Wegener is Mrs RtmU' Brother, : Parents, of youngsters who wjU be in first 'grade/ at St. Cecelia's Apademy next fall, are asked to Irfigister them Sunday afternoon m Boom 1 of the- school,' between the itiouvs. of 4:30 and 4:30. Childm? jrmst^be 0 years old by October 1069., ,'Mr. an,d 'Mrs Paul James and Mv ajrM? Mrs . Pen Hujigate, Lu- •yerne wens weekend euests of Mr .fljpd Mrs Kerwjt BufiUs »t Waterloo. They attended a birthday arty Jor Mrs Burtis given by the " on .Saturday -rO-r- ,-„.„.-.„ f8cHf«e? was JnstaUed Js a distvict offic<?r of the Metj "$&l .Yq'wih Fellowship ^unday- at ajneetipg at CJear ffiree • ypung 4 Driver .were,.jMfo 7 ~ s f ~ ane >.Jahnspn, Yyda and J$$ f, Ri^ n WStt^JB ;^ n ^ jftey. "j3ewlofl J l(3pughewojsr. - Mrs 'Lpiwft B e U e y» AlgQBRj 'qj^trir^ ~* ticei' spoke at the program. (reg. $1,35) ft EVER BEFORE J. your favorite Kayser nylons 'at sale prices like'this! Buy them by the dozen for ypurseJf-buy theni now for Mother's Day! The timo T ^^ is now on famous Kayser seamless and full-fashioned styteiia '(I£ve«,|?ayser's popular Fit-All-Tops, regularly $1.50 are on sale av '|1.19!) You save on Paris-styled "Perfection", colors and beautiful, ^i§w faring tones,! Proportioned lengths. Come in today I Sales ends April 2SI *&tt YIARUN6 CORN AND MORfA FtO ^l^^^^^'^^^P^J^J' $t - '•<,',*? , V r S "»fS.f< ^ "•JSl ''t,*, MEAT FROM THE GERALD FRANKL FARM Gerald Frftnkl bouttht Ihese two, buffalo from tho Nora Springs buffalo ranch six months ago. They have been corn and morea fed in order lo insure ihe ultimate in lender, full flavored buffalo meat. Be sure io try gome — on sale this week-end ai Ray's market. You'll love ill On Sale At Ray's This Week-End! V • BUFFALO STEAKS * BUFFALO ROASTS ^ 0 BUFFALO BURGERS' "* Try It- It's Different - lt'$ Delicious Roth's Cello SLICED Bacon Rarh's Pickle | Rath's Liver & Pimento Loaf I Cheese Loaf Lb; 49c I Lb. 49c Home Made BULK Wilson's Certified 4 - 6 Lb. Picnics DDMB0MHMNMI U. S. Choice Beef Roasts Lb> 53c RHMnuaOHMBBi Tenderloin End Lean Pork Lb. Fresh Lean Pork Cutlets Lb. 49c Cut and wrapped for your locker at no extra charge. A fine selection of quarters now on hand for you to choose from. . *-•'• SPRING FRYERS — ROASTING CHICKENS — CAPONS Glacier Club ICE CREAM ] 2 GAL. 1 Lb, Can Chocolate HERSHEY^S SYRUP PEAS com PEAS & CARROTS BROCCOLI CUTS FRENCH FRIES RED DOT TWIN PAK POTATO CHIPS MONARCH TALL CANS EVAPORATED MILK FOR DEL MONTE FRUIT COCKTAIL FOR aonn HUNT'S 46 OZ. CANS TOMATO JUICE FOR $ HI-C ORANGE FOR S 1 MONARCH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING Flavor Kill' •••••• R Jack Sprat I lc« Berg | Hsini U 61. BoHle Assorted Cookies! Colored Oleo 1 Salad Dressing j Tomato Catsup 4 1 Lb Pkgs $1.00| 5 Lbs. $1.00 Qt. 3^c B 3fpr59c cue LARGE SLICING GREEN ONIONS 5c Bunch ^^^^••^^^•••niHMl OREEN TOP CRISP RADISHES 5c Lqrge , Bunch FRESH TENDER ASPARAGUS 19c lb> MMI1.....OTMMM..MM FANCt GREEN TOP BANANAS 2 Hjs, 29c CALIFORNIA ORANGES 3 Doz. $1.00 & *k^

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