The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 25, 1959 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, June 25, 1959
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So c i o t \> ^iN o t c s Engaged tb Wed Mrs Esther Ditsworth, Aigona, announces the engagement and approaching: marriage of her aaagti'cerj wancy, shown here, to Glenn Strayer, Jr. son of Mr and Mrs Glenn"Sfrayer, Sr. of Aigona. The Wedding will take place Sept. 19 in First Presbyterian church' here. C.D.A. Installation Officers for the coming year •were installed at the regular meeting, of Court St. Cecelia's, C.D.A.i Aigona, Thursday, June 1}. District Deputy Hilda Nemmers, Bancroft, presided and installed the following officers: 'Grand Regent, 'Helen Mikes; Vice Regent, Donna Roethler; iProphetees, Elizabeth Degen; •Monitor, Janice Altman; Lecturer, Helen Miller; Historian, Leonore Kinsey; Fin. Secretaryi Barbara Detrick; Treas., Joan iMertz; -Organist, Rosalie Mc- iFarland; Sentinel, Alice Fox; Trustees, Violet Glaser and Rosalia Eisentmnth. Refreshments •were served by the- committee: Olivia Elbert, Marcella Carman, Verna Seeley, Ruth Robinson, Marguerite Hayes and J a n o Frances Moe. Salesman Fined ; Guilty 0f0.M,V.I. Arthur F. Honkamp, 57, Milwaukee, Wise. * salesman, was fined $300 and costs on a charge of O.M.V.I. in district court at Spencer Friday. The case evolved from an accident Thursday a mile west of Sexton on highway 18." Arrest-was made by Patrolman Bill' Tordoff. Preliminary hearing was held in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's cpurt here. County Attorney Gordon Winkel took Honkamp before Judge Fred Hudson at, Spencer. Honkamp pleaded guilty- Joseph T. William, Bancroft, paid $100 and costs in the Ost- Winkle court on charges of passing a vehicle in a no-passing zone, causing an accident. The case arose last April 7 and had been continued several times. Deputy sheriff, Don Wood made the arrest. Other recent cases in Iho Ostwinkle court were Ole N Frendahl, Boone, who paid $' and costs for speeding at night T and $10 for driving with a restricted license; Richard C. Simp | son, Wesley, failure to display Valid registration, $5; Ronald R James, -Spencer, speeding al» night, $10; Kenneth F. Schmidt, Lone Rock, improper niuffler, $5; Richard J.' Dornbier,' Aigona, no operators license, $10 ahct speeding at night $6; Gordon Ireland, Aigona, going through stop sign, $15; W. R. DeWall, Fentori, overloaded truck on registration, $27.- tilra June Goldman, Tttonka, was a featured" speaker ay the convention. Mrs L. C, Heifner, Titonka, was elected president of the Wives of Relied Carriers and Widows organisation and Mrs George Thompson, Ledyard, worked on this year's resolutions committee, moiid Leglcr, Edwin M*rty, J. Mtrriam, Richard Noll, Wolf, -Complete (Continued from* Page 1) Gourley, John Helleseth, W. Ray Johannesen, Clarence J. Menz, PiUfti Cre*k — Richard Harold Bode, Richard <X~,, „ Lyle Davis, Ronald Gardner* Jewell Larsen, Clifford Lovstatl,; Michael Schmit, Everett Steven*, Dlxon Young. ' Rlvefdale — Adam Berle, Clarence Bormann, John Capesiti*, Martin Frideres, Wm. McGUire, Hubert O'Brien, Dehner Plains. Bernm-cl Thilges, Harold Thilges, Orville Wagner. Seneca — Donald Bollig, 'Lyle England, Robert Forney, Fred 'rank Meyer, Charles Osborn -''0 Qsborn, Verl Smith, Willard Thompson, Springfield •— Elmer Anderson, Herman Brandt, John Darnell, Curios Kngelby. Tod Green, Glen K Kloeko, John Krnmersrneier, Virgil Lnuoks, Maurice Pmgd, John Walterman. Swen — Carl E. Anderson, Sam Butcher, Verne R. Johnson, Clifford McGregor. Ernest Patterson, Eugene Peterson, Rny Pichl, Elvin Swanson. Detlmer Thomp- snn, Bernard Verbrugge. Union —, Alvin Andrensen Henry Bahling, Lewis Broesdcr Ronald Collins. Orville Gardner Toe T;; King, Hnrvr-y Reid, Hich- ird Snrehet, Kenneth Strayer, Maynnrd Wetgnnd. Wetley — S. 11. Arndorfer, ed Asn, Robert Bolcnius, Hay V. Cunningham. CU-nrgc DKmer- ing. Joe QoeU, John Hildmwn,. Richard P. MadRvn. LuUjwr Hy- fftard, Andrew Rei&ing. WhltUmorft •— Gannon II. Adams, Art Anderson, Ed J fjcsch, Charles M Bormann, C A, Derncr, L. G. Fuchsen, Fred H. KollHSt-h, Paul F. Ludwlg. Wm, Meyer Jr...John 8. Simpson tolU Creek — Harold Bjusl- rorn, James Butler, Lawrence pevine, Phil Eischcn, Wayne Qade, Rudolph Hannover, Thursday, June 28, 1959 (»«) "> ** <**» Hannover, Robert Koin, Richard Knocker, Orville Mullcr. Portland — Lewis M. Larsen, Robert R. Devine, Harold Lampe, Robert H. Lensing, Levant Moore, Harold Prt'slhus, E. C. Schwiftcrt, Hoger Scott, W. .T Stewart, M .1. Trunkhill. RHmsey — Jnrncs Antoine, Vincent Rerker, Art BlfK.'ker, Donald Degon, Joe Ford, Rudolph Unhc. Con J. Schilt/., Leander Voskc. W. C. VtKlrii.ska, W. F Welhouscn. Sherman — David Bornhard, «j.-. Robert Bormitnn. Ernest M Wm. Gales, John Goishwkcr, Charlos . Carl K. tfanselrnan, man, H*roM ». Schneider, Cl6m Stripling, E. Swsnson. «.»„,» Haf»t»6ft — Richard M. Anderson, Hbllis B«adle, Oeotge L. Eden, Henry Eggerth, 'Roy Ehrhardt, Andrew C. Hanson; Jarnes C. Kollasch, Marvin Simorts- nu'ier. Dean O. Swanson, Selttl^r E. Uhr. J e pt&itie, — Nick' Arndorfer, Phillip J. Arndorfer, Marvin Eischen, Dan E. Froehlich Jr., Elf mcr Glawe, George B. Kunkel, L«>uik B- Lickteig. Charles NeU son. Arthur Plathe, Joe Rahm. 10; L. C. Strand, Wesley, reckless driving, $100; Harlan E. Newcomb, Spencer, no valid registra- fcibn, $10, and no brakes on trailer, $15; Earl G. Jorgensen, Ledyard, no operators license, $5; Amie B. Cherland, Lone Rock, went through stop sign, $5; Patrick T. Kliegal, Emmets-burg, speeding at night, $15. Costs wefe additional fines. to all Jack Mullet, 9 . . Mrs Eugene Muller gave a party June 16 for her son Jack dn honor of his ninth birthday. Baseball .was played and at supper time the boys were taken to the Ambrose Call State park. Guests were Pat and Don Courtney,-Pat Grandgenett, Allen Higley, Ronnie Gilbride, Tim Malacek, Mark Prieskorn, John Shil• lington, and' the honoree's brother, Richard. Observe Anniversary •Mr and Mrs, August Schmidt entertained a "few friends Saturday evening in honor of their 10th' •wedding anniversary. Guests were Mr and Mrs Eldon Moore, Mr and Mrs John Marti and Mr and Mrs Ray Wessel. Have Pinochle Party Mr and Mrs Everett Tripp en- .tertained the members of their iPinochle club Thursday evening. High-score prizes were won by Hubert Marking and Mrs Gene Nichols. Low score prizes went to Melv in Sifert and Mrs Eugene Muller. -— At Family Reunion Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutzell attended a family reunion Sunday at Adel at the Rajph Hutzell home. The purpose of the "get-together" was to visit Mr and Mrs Russell Gilyeart of Decatur, Ga. Newcomers Dance Newcomers Club held then- summer dinner-dance June 13 at the Aigona Country Clpb. The committee in charge of arrangements, was Mrs Willis Grimm, Mrs Roger Whipple, Mrs Richard Wiese and Mrs Donald Armstrong. Visit Parents :' Mr and Mrs Floyd Hutzell and sons Steven and Mark came from Webster City to spend the weekend with the respective parents, Mr' and Mrs Roy Hutzell and Mr 8nd Mrs Perry Collins, Has Checkup Mr and Mrs Joe Tschetter drove to Rochester, Minn. Tuesday where the former had a routine check-up at the hospital. Bode Man Is Named Officer i. Of State Group Joseph J. Sinnwell of Bode wag elected secretary of the Iowa Rural Letter Carriers at the state convention of the organization Thursday'at Mason City. Mr and Mrs Morris Given, Titonka, were official delegates from Kossuth County. Mr and Mrs Pat McGuire, former state president, Burt, Mr and Mrs S E. Sitraley, Fenton, Mr and Mrs L. C. Heifner, Titonka, and Mrs I George Thompson, Ledyard, also attended. • By Glair Blossom Know your ability and never swim alone. Be certain that someone is nearby to help, should you get a cramp o r hit an un d e r w ater o b s t acle All hough "the old "s w i m - rnin' hole' may look inviting, it can be tr- e acherous. Swim only i w h e r e - there is a lifeguard on duty. It's foolish and often a waste of life to go into the water when overheated, fatigued or right after eating. Enjoy yourself in a safe and sane way. Do everything in a safe and sane way.'When it comes to driving, be careful. Don't overlook the necessity of Autompbile Insurance. It's a "must", and we, suggest that you s»re us about it without delay. Blossom Insurance Agency. 109 No. Dodge Street, Aigona. Phone CYpress 4-2735. i——————.—~-• j •SSL TONY'S Cities Service & Dairy Bar WELCOME TO AIGONA We Are Proud To Have Installed Fixtures In This Fine New Aigona Business Establishment, MUC HiATSNQ & PLUMBING 12 CX 6 VARIETIES - MIX or MATCH & & \\ Quality Meats B-Z PureCf or | Preserves*! Breakfast Drink SKIPPY » * V •*» K $ » » fr & ices! Peanut Butter DUNCAN MINES FROZEN TURKEY or CHICKEN U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF * STEAKS & ROASTS REUNION CREAM STYLE LEAN LOIN END No. 303 Cans SUMMER SAUSAGE SUNSHINE 5 VARIETIES FRESH FRYER CHICKEN PIECES LEGS THIGHS Reg. Pkgs. SKINLESS CENTER CUT MINERS LM5c HAM SLICES Lb.Wc AMERICAN CHEESE FOOD 2 Pound Box TASTEGOOD CHEESE 59c LUNCHEON SPECIALS POTATO SALAD HAM SALAD COTTAGE CHEESE or Large Box FASTCO BRAND garme LB. HEINZ SWEET Family Size Jar Pickles 39c ROSE-DALE No. 2'A Cans PEARS oo SCHILLINGS PURE BLACK 2 Oz. Can HILAND POTATO CHIPS TWIN PAK BAG BOOK BANANAS FANCY CENTRAL AMERICAN MATCHES Boxes 29* i Potatoes CALIFORNIA LONG WHITE 1O Pounds Kool Aid PR ICES EFFECTIVE JUNE 25 TQ JUl^Y 1 WE RESERVE T HE HI Q H T TO HM. I,T , Q U A W T I T J B 8 BEUPi Q;URUMlTTf S WlttCf CREAMETTES 10c SPAM ..... „„ 39c REUWIQK Pork 'N' Beans NQ, 300 Sixe ____ CAULIFLQUR

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