The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 27, 1959 · Page 5
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akofa School ef To Open school August 31, Dumber on the has hof been filled as yet >ng those who will remain ffe. Supt. John Cook; Principal ErSiW ? el ^ick; instrumental 9 *i c '»i i A L Barret : coach, Jerry McMulleti; home, economics, Mrs .Arthur Budlong; vocal music, Mrs Dpii Christ; eigth gra'de, Delight .Gblinghorst; seventh grade Mrs ..-Harriet Hafiensdh; remidial'read- Jng, Mrs Mabel Mattisbn; : and kindergarten, Mrs Francis Deim. r'Jfety teachers Will be Mrs Lloyd •Kfewjet, Buffalo Center, commer- .61*1; Cleo Wodin, English; Mar- -jdrle Ohsberg, -Thompson, sixth pride; .Charlotte T h o r 1 a n d , •Thoinpson, fourth grade; Margie .Torrende, Graettinger, and Mrs -Aibjin Nelson, Buffalo Center, for ,tjie two third grades; Mrs Duane JeriSbn, Swea City, second grade; ;find Mrs John ;Orvich, Ledyard, ..first.:grade. 1-- '",; '•>;• Install Officers" - 1 '<"• ; At the regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary new "Officers for the next year were installed with past president, Mrs C>F, Ennenberg presiding. The newr officers are;- president, Idah Hippentrop; vice president, Tressie Thompson; (Secretary, Clara (Jarrett; 'ass't. , secy., .Margaret Kollasch; treasurer, Kathleen RJiby; chaplain, Evelyn Kroru- inga; historian, Margaret Powers; Sgt. at arms, Fannie Schaumberg; pahliahientarian,. Betty Powers. ";-The. executive board is com- prjsed of Leona Heetland, Pearl ;8?nith and Margaret Kollasch. Heads of the various committees wer"e also appointed. Hostesses for this'meeting were Idah'Rippen- trop and Evelyn Krominga. Stars InrShow . " Paul Ukena, son of Mr and.Mrs Ji E. Ukena, has been" 6hosen as star of the Cadillac . Indjistrial $how-put on f6r dealers at the r'e- jc'ept showing of the new 1960 Cadillac cars. The show is making tpri appearances in the United States. and baby of Buffalo Center, and \ Mr ahd Mrs LaVerl Follman and fernily wefe Sunday dinner guests at the parental Albert Rippentrop home, Tuesday evening, Mrs Gus Potthoff and the Paul Kollasch family were guests at the home of the former's daughter, Mr and Mrs Dwight Metzger, Algona. There will be a chicken supper -September '6 at the Sacred Heart Catholic church hall. Serving will start at 4:30 p.m. . Mr ahd Mrs S. W. Bnlchhausen accompanied by Mr'and Mrs Aiden Wilcox left recently on a sight-seeing trip through Minnesota. Wednesday evening callers at the Rev, Kr use home were Rev. i and Mrs Gilbert Beenken andi children of Minneapoitts. . Lucille Heyes, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ubbe neyes, former La* kotnns now of Buffalo; Center, was one of a class of 19 that graduated from Mercedian school of Practical Nursing at Marshalltown August 9. Lucille is a 1S5? graduate of Lakota high school. Mr and Mrs Edwin Reed ahd sons of Fort Dodge spent Tuesday night with her mother, Mrs John Steenhard and brother Ed* win. Mr and Mrs Nick Koppen were hosts at dinner on Ffiday to Mr and Mfs Roscoe Stewart, Gloria and David of Dorvell, Oklahoma. Mrs Anna Cayler of Bancroft was also there. In the afternoon they'Visited at the P, L. tfopnen home and In the evening Mrs Cayler's soft and family, Mr and Mrs Clarence Caylor and children of Minneapolis came for n visit. R«sv. arid Mrs Hat-Inn Krusc spent the ^veekenfl in Dubvtque. Mrs Arlehe Bunting roturned Friday front San Diego, Gal. where she attended summer school for a few weeks. She will teach at Tama this fall, Monday, Mrs W. D. Ley and Timmy and her sister, Marvel Od- lattd, drove to Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Portland News Saturday guests at the Bdttii home \\oro the Bernard , Santa Ann. Calif,, Mrs Trennry and Durwood, and Mr nnd Mrs Harold flecker. M)h and Mr* P W. Mar-low and family. \v<u Sunday visitors tit the William Gilford home. iMf find Mrs Dunne Metzger flhd boys wi-n- Friday callers a! the Victor Fiuii homo. Mr find Mrs Turn Tronary, Kenneth Tromu-y and Mr and Mrs Harold Becker were Sunday guests ftl the Ralph Dugan homo Mrs Tracy Stouc oivterlainod at a parly Saturday ovoning in honor of he- husband's birthdny. Those attending were Mr and Mrt Tom Herbert Nelson and family and Mrs Mary Mk'haelsfn. sMr and Mrs Horbtrt Nelson and family attended tho Korenn pirnic at Des Moinos Sunday. It was for tho fumilios that have luioplod Korean children, Mr and Mrs Stanley Ruse and Loroy visited Sunday in the George Ilix home. Mr and Mrs Bill Trennry and Doyle visited at the Tom Trennry home Sunday evening. :Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Ko- renc and Judy called at the Gcorpse Mix home and at the Arnold Daniclschs at Algona, Sunday afternoon. Barbara Hingsdorf is enjoying a two week vacation at home. Sunday guests nt. the Uie Mow- Thursday, Aug. 27, f959 Algona (Jo.) Upper De« Moine«--5 arcl Sparks home wore Mr and Mrs Jack Ka.-Uon and family of Clear Lake. Rf'V. Ciohlmnn. SUtart and Knndaee w-re Sunday eveninjj quests in Hie Sparkn home "(.father the ennnlin "f happineps rinil they will make you a loaf of contentment." RING Thirteen year:; aj.;o. Ken F.Hiott of Wapello "lust his «'>!d weddimj riin; near a barn "f his father's farm, .lust -recently his brother found the rinn less than a 100 feet from where Ken had lost ,Mr and Mrs Harry Paulsen and daughters of Omaha arrived' Sunday for a visit with the Elmer and Milton Paulsen families. .Former Lakotans, Mr and Mrs ..Xiarry Stafford, Tom and Nancy • |md Larry's father, Edward ;Staf- forcl of- Galena, Illinois visited at the parental Jerry Heetland home arid with > other ' relatives from Monday until Thursday. f' Former Lakotans, Mr and Mrs Merrill Thompson and family, who have been living in Blue Earth, Minn.,- moved back to Lakota - Saturday. He is working with his father, Thomas Thonip- . :Last Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. I. E. Wortman were Mr and Mrs W. E. Carlson of Des Moines, IVa-S Anna Goetz and daughter, Eleonor of Blue Earth, Minnesota ' Mr and Mrs Ted Wallehtine were hosts to a family gathering Sunday. Present were Mr and Mrs Gordon' Holcomb and family of St. Louis, Mo., Mr and Mrs Martin Holcomb and family of Baltimore, Md., Mr and Mrs Roger Holcomb of Plymouth, Mr and Mrs Phillip Holcomb, Mr and Mrs Ruben Holcomb, Mr and Mrs Ted Wallentine and family, all of Swea City and Mr and Mrs' Harvey Larson and family of Armstrong. Saturday overnight guests at the A. C. Schissel home were Mr and Mrs 'Jerry Ellman of Osage. The Schissels and their guests went to Spirit Lake early irt the • Mr and Mrs John . A. Doren- busu 8uu MarK. were Friday evening callers at the parental Ted DorenfiMsh.home in Buffalo Cen- tejr, They helped Mrs Ted Celebrate her birthday. -Mr' and Mrs.Nyle Rippentrop Legal Notices NOTICE OF PHOBATE OF WILL State of Jowa ' ss, Jn District Cour KosN'ith Co'inty .. -No. 7607 September Terra, 195 TO ^k WHOM IX' MAY CONC&RN YOU ARE HKREBY NOTIFIED, Tha an instrument o£ writing purporting to be tne last Will and 'restamunt o Willtam S. Cosgrove, Deceased, dated November 17, 1050, having been this day, filed, opened and read, Tuesday t|ie 811) day of September, 1050, Is fixed lor hearing prooi of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the nistrict Court of suid County, or the Clerk pf said Court; find at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all Korsons interested are hereby notilicci a«d required to appear, and shovv cause ii any they have, why instrument s&ouldlnot be probated and allowed as a,nd- for the : last Will and Testameiu oi' said deceased. DjUefl at Algona, Iowa, August 2-1, • ' Alma Pearson Clerk of tue District Court. & Cassel, attorneys ; Algona. Iowa (M) WPT;CE er PPOBATE OF WILL Slate or ibwa , .' ; , ..., ss. Jn Pistrict Court l^ossuth County m ,,_„ •*" No. 360.8 March Term. 1959 Tp AOl'WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ^Otf ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That at* instrument of writing purporting to ;».rS?rffiS,*^|SS|°J»£J the^Court County, or the have- 5Vl>y Probated »ud allowed as fit SUPPORTING KOSS YOUR FAREWAY MARKET PURCASED THESE FINE BEEF AND OFFERING THEM TO YOU PROPERLY AGED FOR THE UTMOST ENJOYMENT AT OUR REGULAR, LOW U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF AGAIN EATING PRICES ! BEEF NO. 92 Shown by Elmer Alt BEEF NO. 133 Shown by Kenneth Arndorfer BEEF NO. 107 v Shown by Joe Loebach BEEF NO. 69 Shown by Donald Madeson .-., Shown by John Scuffham BEEF NO. 239 Shown by Daniel Skow Quarters Cut & Wrapped Free Or You May Select Your Favorite Cuts QUARTERS BEEF ROASTS Finest Blade Cuts Pot Roast Cuts Ib. 59c >»49c FRONTS HINDS ROUND OR SIRLOIN S1EAKS 89c ib. Ib. STEAK Ib. 4-H Short Ribs 39c 4-H Beef Liver 4«H Beef Hearts SELECTED LEAN SAVORY BRAND Ib. Ib. 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