The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1959 · Page 6
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«p .-.» Wit 6-Algona (tt».) Dope? tte» Motnw Thursday, May H, Golden Wedding May 17 **« M«rr Mlllw had *§ Moth-] er'a fray; guests Jier «m and <ja«ghtef"lnj-Taw, Mf and 'Mftj Dofph Mil3er of Orirtrtell and her soft-in-law- and daughter, Mf and drs L. EJ Crawford of Miftnea* polis. j Mr and Mf« ?,. a Fur.f of Algona-were among SO member* of the Itowa Society o>f Inaepettdeni Accountants who participated in the 13th annual meeting ot the organization held Sat., May 6, at the Black Hawk Hotel, Davenport. Mr and Mtt Hoy Sioffel Mr and Mrs Peter Godfredsen above, will Observe iheij? Golden Wedding Anniversary Sunday, May 17Ui, with open house from 2 to 5 in the all purpose room of the public school at Armstrong. All friends and relatives arc invited to attend. (Isaacson photo — XJDM engraving) Little Paul Orion, six months old son of Mr and Mrs Dennis Orion is recovering from measles. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Wellendorf had as Mother's Day guests their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Larry Anderson of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Sam Msdin, well known former residents here, who have been visiting relatives at Whittcmore have left for "their summer home on Woman Lake, Minn. , Mrs Minnie Jensen had as guests Mother's Day her daugh- ' ' if Ruth- LOCALS Mr and Mrs R. C. Porter had as/ weekend guest the lalter's mother. Mrs Ann Stanley of Perry. Mr and Mrs Fred Williams had the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs Fred Williams " of DuncombcA a^ "guests Sunday. Mrs Elva Coon spent the Mother's Day weeken^ at Maxwell with her son-in-law 'and daugh- " ter, Mr and Mrs Paul Klink. Ijjlary Kay Knoll wiio atlendg Duchense college, Omaha, spent the weekend here- with her parents, Mr and Mrs Larry Knoll. Mr and Mrs G. A. Wiitkopf and family- drove to Cylinder, Wednesday, to attend the graduation of Mrs Wiltkopf's niece, Diane Frank. . Mr and Mrs John Thompson were visited Mother's Day by their son-n-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Duane Devine and children, Pa,t, Mike"land Becky of tVebster City. Mr and Mrs Mount Kmseth had BS, dinner guests Mothers Day Mr tnd Mrs Oliver Kinseth and /erry, Mr and , Mrs Olun Haug and family, Mr and Mrs Richarc . Kinsetft-' and family of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs Robert Naeve and grandson of Dakota City, Mr and Mrs James "Barber of West'Bend and Ernestine Dall of Bradgate. tained at dintier Sunday ih honor of the first communion of the? twins, Bob and Barbara. Guests were Mrs Stofiel's mother. Mrs Caroline Grandgenett ana Mt and Mrs A. J. Grandgenett, Paul, Carol and Jim of St. Benedict. Helen Dingley spent the weekend in Des Moines with her brother-in-law and sister;, Mr and Mrs W. B. Nugent. She accom* panied them to Rochester, Minn.t Where Mrs Nugent went through the clinic Tuesday. Mrs Ida Wittkopf had a* vis!' tors Mbthers Day her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred) Kossick of Marshalltown, her son and daughter-in-law, Mr., and Mrs G. A. Wittkopf and family, Mrs Ida Zumach and Ella Zumach. Mrs C, N. Robinson and daugh ter Mildred had "as guests Moth er's Day the former's -sons-in-la<w and daughters, Mr and Mrs JCeS Stephens of Ayrshire, Mr and Mrs Earl -Miller and the -Millers' son-in-law and daughter, Mr anc Mrs Hal Snyder Of Albert .Left Minn. Mrs Martha Andrews, 85, 0 Morris; Minh., who died in a hospital , at Redwood last week Wednesday, was a daughter o Mrs Malinda Roberts, 103, who recently became a resident .at .the Good Samaritan Home. Another daughter, Mrs Minnie Jones died a few years ago. Martin Lentsch Who was ..killed in the caVe-in at Fort Dodgb,' was the youngest brother of Mrs Lawrence Gisch Sr. and Mrs Joe Kramer 'of Whittemore. 'He' was also a relative of John [Lentschi Orville Crouch, Ex-Residen funeral services r. Crouch, 62, resident were held in ough's Funeral Chapel hef<& p.m. Monday, Rev. M. r ~" er, Presbyterian pastor, ed and burial followed at ^Bait- awn Memorial Gardens. I., "Pallbearers were Earl CfttU^nV Leslie and Merlin Baker, Gerald Kline, Herman Tucker and Dale Klunder. , ., Mr Crouch, "who had Mason City during recent died at Park hospital there day morning. Born' in Mahaska cbuJityvPebV 11, 1897, -Mr Crouch farmed to his retirement. Hia pi were Byron and ^Edith Darnell Crouch. He came to this-tr&a In 1901 and resided many years here. • • '4 Survivors include tw^o brother** George B. Crouch, Algortaj Clarence Crouch, "" and two sisters, Mftson City; and Mankato, Minn. Forest C|ty;{ EtherBakef) vcn who vfith her husband also spent some time with his mother, Mrs Ruth Schriber. " ' ' Pat Lichter. seven • year "Old son of Mr and Mrs Al Lichter-of Sioux Rapids, is hospitalized at Sioux City and under observation for a sickness which followed flu. He is now improving. , s Mr and Mrs Homer T.liidhorsi were visited over the weekend, by their son and daughter'-in,-law, Mr and Mrs Charles Lindhorst of New Sharon. All were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Ralph Lindhorst. Mr and Mrs Ray Hutzell and Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Hutzell spent Sunday at Perry with.the mother, Mrs Daisy Hutzell at 'the home'- of ; -he'r^ son'-ih-laW "•"and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ray Robertson. day morning at Corpus Christie Catholic church.' Margaret Durant '.attended;a meeting of North Iowa Writers club; at Maston' City; Wednesday, May 13.* She is' 'an' ' honorary member of- the group' -and-had charge of the program. While there she visited with. >Mrs-, E. J. Kelly, former ''A'lgOria librarian a number of years ago. Mr .and 'Mrs John TVoss had aa guests-Mother's Day their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs John Voss Jr. ? of> 'LuVerne, the son-in-law and daughter, Mr,a,nd Mrs Herman .Wjese of Sexton a,nd daughters Gloria* of Cedar'Falls and Ruth at 'home, '-and* grandson and ^ wife, < Mr and '-Mr.s Dehnar Voss and Davjd .of <EagJ$ TF IT T S NEWS', WE WA'NT IT Have $61,000 For ACP County Costs Farmers applying Agriculture' Conservation 1 .Practices > shoUlc contact the Kossuth Countymst office before they begin thes, practices If they wish to obtain financial help. • v "We have oVer $61,000 in ACP cost-sharing available forv Kossuth County farmers who wish,,to apply approved conservation practices. Each farmer is entitled up to $2500.00 in- aid but rhtist first apply ,for help before,, he starts his practice," R. I. Anderson, ASC Chairman, said. $450 Car Damages Autos driven by "Audrey* Johnson, 23, Elmore, and Mrs Herman Brandt,' 62,' Ledyard,' collided-at a county road-driveway 'intersection five miles north a mile ea ( st of Ledyard at ,9:15 a.m. Tuesday. Total damage was estimated at $450 i to. the autos,' accord«- ing to .Sheriff'Ralph 1 Lindhorst who • investigated. The drive** reported • neither saw 1 the "other. Trucker Fined $128 ' "A 'Hampton., truck'er" was fined a total'of $128.56 iand costs *on two overload counts in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court this week. Arthur D. Menninger. paid' $81.16 and costs for axle oyerloa'd and $47.40 and costs for bver- iweight on registration. i Fldyd F. Kenpey, Milford v iNeb. w,as, fined $40' and cpsts fol- jlowing a hearing on'-an improper ^•registration count -and James Ai '«Sor$nsen,' 'Ringsted, paid' ^S^and rcos;ts*for a s'top sign violation'-irf iother justice eases. In The Spring, A Young Gill's Fancy... CJ?,. .»i'^' '1 -i ' «>.-•$•• •' In A Fresh Crisp Cotton Dress From The \ * t *' *. . '. ( Chrischilles Store. And she'll look precious in the styles we have ... Lovely colors — patterns and plains — in comfortable rich-looking fabrics r- as cool as a Summer's evening — a complete selection found in Algona's finest Ready-To-Wear Department. Choose Yours now in a friendly, modern atmosphere at THE CHRISCHILLES STORE ALSO Blouses - Skirts - Shorts - Slacks - Pedal Pushers .. ' 4 i jL^^tfJjj£^^&ij^^£&j£&^&£ t ^£ •• ' "• | ' u > ' -V» 3 if "*•£•&< -**i| ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^9 . „ * i _? ' .-•"' ' J>i J l "r ' •• ,_' 1 inwiawffl' 'immtimm ,mnmmm> tmmnmv mmmftm ammmmi msmmm ^mmms^^. P@m & Carrots Green Beahs Becins 9 W IT %^ ,H S *?s BE WISE STOCK UP FOR DEFENSE NOW FRESH JUMBO HEAD Lettuce 2 for 25c 1 LB. CELLO BAG CARROTS - VINE RIPE JUMBO 36 SIZE - - 29c IVORY ... „',.:„ lOz;Can35c ! ' '-' ' " . WISK .:•.,-; - --:--.% Gal. $1.195 HILAND TWIN PACK WAVEY or. PLAIN 5 • ORIGINAL GIBBS APPLE 4 LARGE POTATO CHIPS: _: : ;:. :, , ,. . , 49c • [DUMPLINGS 69cl JACK SPRAT COLORED! OLEO 6 OZ. CAN 5Lb. STRANGE JUICE...;5for89c = .MONARCH EVAPORATED MILK. ...;.: 'GLACIER CLUB ONE-HALF GAL. JACK SPRAT . FLOUR... .....: Sib.Bag.39c JACK SPRAT MAIPMALLC)WS :_ ; 2 for FINE GRANULATED SUGAR. .;_..__..::. .10 Lb.89c mamaaaaamm 100% PURE-ALL MEAT ' ,. , -(, • . ^ •• ^•(•••••••••••••(••••••••HMHBHHBBIIB'! .SUNSHINE FANCY ' 3 PKGS. COOKIES $1 JACK SPRAT ' * , ^ FAMILY - SIZE PORK; & It A'NS '. . . ^51 Oz. 35c MAYFLOWER LIGHT MEAT TUNA .. 5 for $1 PURE HOME MADE 29° SWIFT'S SMOKED FRESH BABY ,-"./ "'' T 7 FRESH FRYING AND UP Chickens 790 FRESH LEAN PORK Cutlets lb HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT Minced lb BATH'S SLICED Bacon lb «

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