The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1959
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v .f mj^vm ••»wny i 5* t i,wiPM»I>-.', '• •' id In n. ApriM3 •, «,,- * , •"» • -,. *g6tive*'ie< 6£tBe dfeatn of thett , IS at gori\ . held April 15. , S', and five d&ugfctefs all oi om survive. They were born iftd 1-eaffed, ift the Lesley com- 'The,- family Jnoved to ' • ate the husband and children, -Ernest of ;Kanawha _d Sophus' of Titonka, who left %: plane Mohday for, Oregon; Mattd ' ,df j Portland; Neal o£ jUrlmgattte., Calif.; Curtis of IlUbbaVd; Ore.; Mrs Amos Bon- pkctierand Mrs Gerald Smith, oi W^odbitfrty^Mrs Pauline Obersl and Mrs D6n Gfady. of Portland Mrs- Fipre§ s Darnell, of Silverton P*e.; aWa 1 brother, 'Julius Han- Ifeh, of Wesley., Music Ratings f|Music students 'from Wesley $ho .attended -the State'Music contest at Garner April. 10 and 1: |were given ratings as follows: r4' Diane v Newbrough and Alan ,Jprdan, superior for Clarine solos.; and Cecil Glawe a superior f&r a clarinet trio; Mavis Nygaarc and .Barbara Leek got a.2 for a cornet duet; Jim Walker a 2 foi tiornet solo; Ruth Ann Nelson a '. ftfr saxaphone solo and also a 2 for a vocal solo/ IfrS & ft, at-eoiripanlst was theif « '•'firiirte Pals «& glfla tett Saturday, April 11, wltK Jtttth Wise. Fiiteen meniBers attlwered .roll call* Plans for a Mothers Bay tea aftd tat rally day weife ffiade. *tfth Lickteig was chosSit to at- jend district camp and Ruth Wise to attend th6 State convention at Atttes. \., . \ Belores Studer gave a talk and a demonstration, was -given by Carol Ristau. A picture study by Sharon Plathe. • Lillian ahcl Thomas Hafwdod of Evanston, 111; visited Mr and Mrs Al Wagner Sunday. ; Mrs Olive Srdman reports a new grandson, Michael Lee, born to Mr and Mrs Darrell firdmah of Omaha, Neb. The couple, have one other son, Richard Allen. , .. Merje Giddings of Omaha Neb. spent the weekend with his father, Gordon Giddings. , Brian ^Fuller of Fort Dodge spent the week'end with his cousin, Gary Smith. ^ ' • • Mr and Mrs Wm>. Ketchen o: Emmetsburg- were Sunday .guests in the Don KraUs home. Mrs Al Wagner returned Sun day from a 3 week visit in Den ver, Colo, with her sister-in-law, Mrs'Bertha Raw whb is ill. Linda - Newbrough was honored oh her llth birthday April 12 by-a family dinner party ^in. the parental,; Ijl. *% NewbrdughrMme. Pharlbtte-Wise was home three days last week. She had just completed, a course at Knoxville hospital 'and has returned to Broadlawns in Des Moines as a senior in ;nurses training. •Many women of Wesley attended the pre-nuptial shower for Ida Mae Kutchara Sunday at ,St. FRIDAY . feMmWrn, RoilrMn fin& o! Madison, Wis. and Mr -and ME* Ciiif% WobinfStt r of Des Moinea speftt the wcekohd in the. "- * arid tfafrfell K&fciHaon homes, 's.Hfcrtntfh Wi£e, Mrs August Studet HM Lois BetiteJe attended lunthfeoh &hd a meeting, for 4-H girls leaders April 8 at Algona. UK group pJaniiecl raliy ctay ana summer activities. Mf Snd Mr? Mattold Luken ol MlrtfteaptUs &p&& April 10 - Ij. with his hibthery Mrs Jennie Lxi- ken and his',sister, Mi's Viola StuderJ Mr* Studer accompanied them home for a visit, Rich .Reiling came home Sat* urd&y; a«6r an extended stay in Mercy hospital Mason City. S " "" "—-— Four Teachers At Sentral Leaving; New One Hired Fenian — At the regular meeting of,the Sentral school board Monday evening, Larry Paulsen was hired as a teacher for Sen tra high. He' will teach Algebra •Advanced! Algebra, Geometry Girls' basketball, Girls' physica training and Girls' Softball. , Paulsen is now at Fonda, Iowa for his 3rd year. • His home town is Monticello. He is a gradual of Iowa 'State Teachers Colleg where, he majored .An Physical Education with Math as a minor. Mr Paulsen is married-and has one child; , Teachers Who have resigned at Sentral are Darwin Bang, science. He plans to go into industry: Robert Norris, English* Basketball, Class plays, is going to Spencei where he will have English and Basketball in Junior High. Others resigning are Mrs* Dennis Flaig, Girl* Baketball,. Biology and General Science;. Mrs Naomi Chipman, 2nd grade at Lone Rock. • HOURS of BARGAINS Portland Twp, Letter Weisbrod attended' funeral services Monday for his uncle, Austin Jackson, 80, held at Marshall, -; Minn.. .Weisbrod expected his mother, Mrs Hattie. Weisbrod of Council Bluffs to be in "Marshall for her brother's funeral. \- .':•'•'V^ • "." •• .;' Charles H. Newel, Kossulh county's; • 4th district supervisor was out and around in Fenton Monday a'fternoon. Newel \ suffered a heart attack March 21 at the hpme of his daughter iii Hartley. It will be sometime'yet, before he is able to resume his work. 'p the Four Corner Social Club met April 7 at the home of Mrs Lewis Larsen. Roll call was answered by seven members. There were sitt guests, Mesdames Stanley Ruse,' Minnie Larseh k Will Speicher, Fred Jennings, Harvey Graham and Leona Haase. Mrs Hazel Carroll Was acting president, in the absence of Mrs Glen- Latsen. A luhch was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. The Portland v Social Club met April 9 at the home of Mfs Hugh Williams. Fourteen members were present. Mrs William McKim was a guest. Each member made an Easier Hat. Mrs Ben Lampe and Mrs John Carlson were voted as having made the best or prettiest hat. Mrs Tony Jandl, Mrs Harry Chrislensen and Mrs C. L'. Young received gifls from their secret sisters.. Mrs Ben Lampo Was in'charge of the program. Prizes were given. A lunch was served at ihe close of the meeting by the hostess, • Mr and? Mrs Herbert Nelson, Kevin and Holly went to Fdt{ Dodge Friday Where Kevin .and Holly became naturalized cilizena of the United States. Mr and Mrs Paul Arond enter* tained Sunday in honor of thety mother, Mrs Mike Arend's birthday. Gu,osts -Were Mr and Mrs Mike Arend, Rose and Christen Arend, Mrs Maggie Hilbcrt, Del-, ores and Esther, all of Algona. \ •; Linda Arend spent the weekr end with, her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Mike Arend, Algona..? ? : Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky went to Mason City Sunday where they visited Mr and MVS Ronnie Crane and Jeffrey. Mr and Mrs Floyd Benson and; Rodney of Dumont were Sunday guests at the Stanley Ruse home. They also visited in the Dwig'ht nesday night with Shaton IUf>. i aentfop at TUonka. Mrs Lului Ringsdorf of Burt was a Sunday Pst ft! the Roy ftingadotf httme. Several Portland girts went to Gnrncr Saturday night for the music contest. Mr and Mrs Chris Christcnson of Osakis, Minn, arrived Saturday to spend the weekend visiting relatives here. They wcrt; overnight guests fit the Emit Pearson home, Lone Rock. A get-together was held Sunday at the Tom Trennry home. Roln- tives attending were Mr and Mrs W. R. Smith of Wesley, -Mr «nd Mrs Henry Smith and family of Hurt, Mr,and Mrs Emil Person of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Carlos Engtilby and family of Swca City and Mr and Mrs Harold Becker. Mrs Ralph Dugan and children wore afternoon callers. Mrs Lulu Ringsciorf of Burt, was a guest at the Donald Ringsdorf home Thursday. "The best way to bring up children is to never let them down." ' Carole Teeter, Shirley Ofmemus, Shislla Fridercs, Virginia Qldch, Marilyn Deal and Beverly Bcseh were on the program. Ouesl mothers were? Mrs Jim Bosch and Mrs Wnyne Ohnomus. LAKOTA NiWS Monday, Mrs W. D. Ley attended the lost of throe lowfi Lenders Conforenctf Workshops held nt Algona. Wednesday evening Iho Kossuth county superintendents entertained their wives at dinner at Algona. Present were Supt. and Mrs J, W. Cook of Lnkolo, Supt, nnd Mrs Loo Willadsen of odyard, Supt. nnd Mrs Ed Stow\ii of Swen City, Supt. and Mr lusscll Castor of Burt, Supt. and Mrs Keoppel of Sentral and Supt and Mrs Martin of LuVernc. The annual State Line Con Icrencc Vocal Musicy Clinic and program will be hold April 2 tt Rako. The American Logion Auxiliary Cresco Chums To Hold Mother Tea The April meeting of tht Cresco Chums was held at the home of Rosemary and Virginia Gisch. Virginia Gisch was elected as now vice president. Am Smith gave a report on Algona 4-H Day. Plans were made fot a Mother's Day Tea and Jeanne* Fridercs, Ann Smith, Marilyi Deal and Verdean Shaw were elected to go ahead with plans Ann Smith, 'Beverly Bosch, 103 , W. E. Warnes, of Friendship Haven in Fort Dodge, celebrated his 103rd birthday .recently. M.r Warnes, a retired railroad man and his wj.fe, Jessie, who is 95, have made their home at Friendship Haven since, 1952, married in 1892. • '• Ruse home. Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy were Sunday visitors at the Dwight and Stanley "Ruse homes. Stanley Ruse has been confined to his home the past few days with poisoning on his legs. Robert Andrews spent Sunday with Barry Nelson. Mrs Herbert Nelson visited her mother, Mrs Mary Michaelseh Sunday. Mrs Nelson and Mr; Michaelsen visited the Donate Michaelsens and the new baby Mr and Mrs Ben Potter of Algona were Sunday visitors at the Ray Fitch home. Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps, Mr and Mrs Charles Phelps and Le vant Moore and girls \»ere guests at the open house held in honqi •JDf. Mrs 'Corq Stow,, Sunday, * Barbara' Ringsdorf spent OSHKOSH B'GOSH OVERALLS the real Thursday, April 16, 193* Afgdrfft (f*.f UftSff met -Monday, night at the Legion mil with Mrs Robert Thompson nd Mrs Fannie SchawmtHsrg n* hostesses, Mf$ C, F. Ennenberg" ;ave R pnppr nnd Mrs Rtmalrf Irellnnd, Mrs Idah Rippcntrop and Mrs Paul Kollasch gave a skit. Thfr Acorn Club mot Thursday at the'home of Mrs Robert Bfeem* or. Mrs W. D, Ley, M«s A. E, Anderson, the sophomore triple irlo, Barbara Becmer, Harriet Kruse and GPndvievc Hoeppner were on thirteen yeaf did^Bobjie Ifeafl Marshall recently fcroh^fie lor county wtittett , and . ehampionsbffJ third straight ytodf tt first time hi twettt^ig that the same student- wd« title three years in CLASP ENVELOPES, SIZES • at Upper ties Mninea YOU READ IT IN THE UPPER DES MOINES HOME MODERNIZATION ATTIC TO BASEMENT INSIDE AND OUT SELECTION, STYLS IN MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Wanted styles, fabrics, colors. Mesh pullovers > with emblem, open weave challis with trims. Wash 'n wears that need little or no iron. Small, medium, large. 1 66 X Fitted Crib Sheets 2 For $1.33 Girls Blouses Sizes 7 to 14 — 88c Womens Cotton Dresses $2 13 Womens Spring Coats „ -. $17 4 Womens Coats Reduced To 14 Womens Hats Reduced To ... $2 | Cotton Baby Blankets 26 x 34 3 for $1 Ironing Board Pad and Cover Set $1 CLOTHES Mattress Pad and Cover Set - $3.55 Foam Rubber Pillows V^™ l^i "" f •--"'- ^ Men's Work Shoes $5 Chenille Bed Spreads $2.98 Womens Blouses Reduced To .... $1 Ruffled Bed Quilts _ m m *r m m ^fftjf Knit Briefs ,. r . 3 For $],5 81 x 99 Nation Wide Sheets... $1.76 «U Sheets,>.,„,, 1,99 QSHlCOSH Look better, work better, for less per ytm! ; Wherever men are real worlungmen, the clothes are Oshkosh i B'Gosh! Oshkpah, overalls look better and fit better than . - ordinary overalls. Body-hugging style in a full range of body-typed sizes . . . like having your overalls "tailor- made"! You pick the pair that fits you exactly, leg length #nd all, because they are Sanforized and never shrink. The igenuine Sta-Blu Denim is extra-tough and keeps its rich t>]ue color through many washings. Triple-stitched, re- inforped/ at the, wear point*, hard to wear out —> switch to ^e beat and cut down thi? year's work' clothes' bill! MODERN EFFICIENT KITCHENS ADDITIONS ©GARAGES PORCHES •.'••"• REC ROOMS ROOFING 0 SIDING Paul J. Ostwinkle - Builder Phone CY 4-2200 Algona EOW MAKE A WORLD in 5 Reasons Why A Big Difference In Your 2 1 ECONOMY Why haul, store, handle and apply t3ti to twelve tons of low analysis fertilizer when five tons of AMMO-PHOS high analysis pellets will do the job better. Unit for unit . . .high analysis AMMO-PHOS costs less than low analysis goods. Use your valuable storage space tD the best advantage. AMMO- PHOS high analysis plant food occupy only about half as much storage space as ordinary fertilizer . . . and peljets will not lump or cake if stored in a dry place.. 3 SOLUBILITY ^" tne P' ant f° oc ls guaranteed in AMMO-PHOS fertilizer are completely sbluctble in water. They provide the most available phosphate you can buy in any fertilizer made in the United States .... and give you quick-acting nitrogen that resists leaching, together with potash to fit your soil requirements. 4 DRILLABILITY AMMO-PHOS fertilizers are not just mixtures but compounds produced in dry, free-flowing form. They drill perfectly with no sticking or bridging in your drill . . .provide easier, more even distribution in the field. Pellets do not blow away .. . you can apply them even on windy days without creating bothersome dust. 5 UNIFORMITY ^ ac ^ P e " et nas a un if° rrn content of the major plant foods . . . . . has the same analysis because the ingredient compounds are contained in exactly the same proportions. There's no spotty feeding where AMMQrPHOS pelletized fertilizers are used . . . each plant in the field receives the same proportions of plant foods, resulting in uniform high yields. 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