The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 2, 1961 · Page 1
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 2, 1961
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f 2-AlflOna (Id.) Upfcttr DM Moin«t Thursday, March 2, "Quick, boss—-whose jokes do 1 laugh at ?" Lone Rock; Russell Patterson, Burt; and Dean Barnes, Algona. IV, C. Baunwnn. Lakota, Dies, Funeral Held Lakota —-Funeral Scfvices for William C; Baumanri were held Friday at 2 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church with Rev. La Verne R. Meinecke officiating. ' Interment was in St. Paul's Lutheran Cemetery. William Baumann, son of Mr and Mrs William Baumann. was born on Sept. 24, 1889 at Elk- lorn, Nebr. When he was eight fears old he' came to the Lakqta community and lived with 'his uncle for a period of lime. Hi was united in marriage wife Christine Johnson May 3, Iftlft The young cou^la lived rjeaj; la-i kota, Elmore, and tkancfoft ftncf then at the home farm northwest of Lakota for 22 yrs. they moved to Lakota 4 years ago. He was a farmer all his life. He was very ill in May 1957 and was hospitalized for a period of time but rallied sufficiently to return home. He remained active until about three weeks ago he became ill and soon : was to be' bed-fast. He was hospitalized Feb. 18 and died Feb. 20 at 2:45 p.m. at the age of 71. He leaves to mourn his passing his wife; five- children, Fred G. of Lakota, Lena Meyer of Scarville, Annie Sleeker of Thompson, Kalhryn Eif.'henbprger of Lakota, Mary Eisenhauec of Buffalo Center; 13 grandchildren and two 'Steal-grandchildren; 'two sister's •and one brother, Bettha Weringa Lakota, Lakota and, Wilbeliriina Gfeefdes ; ,0f Swea Ciiy. |te'<vfi|'. In death by his paints, children, a brother and one sis'* ter. PallBearcrs Wefe William Baumann, Kenneth Baumann,, Gdry A. Johnson, Dqnald Johnson, Maurice Gecrdesrrt and Albert Weringa. Coffee Parties Slated Mar. 7 By Republicans Republican Wonjen of Kossuth county are holding a series 6f community coffees: Tuesday, Mat. 7, to promote interest in the party and acquaint people in the beliefs afict / JdUfcies. fcjscUssion leacfcfji wllh'M Mfs ClWk Mil •>; TitpriK^- Hfs Frldolf 3ed«*' Chris Dahl, SWet :l«ti?t-Norton', Mrs ffi .. yMrS L. R, Riter find M>s William Finn,'all of AlgOrta , Out-of-town coffees) will be front 2-4 ,p.m ( at of Mrs Fridolf Spderberg,' Burt, MrS dlafk Miller,' titohka and Mrs Glenn Oabrielson, Sexton; from 10 to 11:30 a.m., at Mrs Joe Sko% at Wesley; and from 8 to 10 p.m, at Mrs K. Jackson.'Lone Rook and Mrs W. D. Ley^, Lakota. In Algona, morning coffees will, be held at the homes of Mrs A, F. Agena, 215 S. Roan from 10 to 11:30 arid at Mrs Miles Sloni- 1621 E. North, from 9:30 to 11:30.' , )., ' Afternoon .coffee hostesses will : Mrs E. J. Murtagh, 209 E. Oak, Mrs V. M. Parsons, 52? Fair, arid Mrs W. K-. Ferguson, 1 il W. Col- -Mrs Oak, w 2 td> 1. t>'ft'° flresthfis, haf& ah gfe,9i cof Former Titonkd Coach Succumbs In Minnesota Tifonka — Funeralr^f vices "for Harry Mehlan, 44Y forrfier 'cda'cH aftd* tdacher at Tltpjka high school were . held'"Friday, afternoon iri th6, First Methodist church at Greene. Burial wa's- ! at Rose Hill cemetery. Mr Mehlan died .earlier ;in the Week at his home ''in Young America, Minn, following a lingering illness. ' , ' ;: He had been an instructor la :he high school at Young' America until November, when his ill- ness, forced hlrrt to Retire. From the tlme.fflat He tatfght aVtlton- 'kd untif %-ferniIy, riibved" to Minnesota four^ year's-* agb; Mr Mehlan,, otfee'ated . • the" Mehlan Sundries arid'Coffee fi- tonka, lie-is''survived by his wife, the former'- Doroifiy Maltier, Greene, three; childfett, Judy, a student nursei at; Minneapolis, Ward and Jane at home and his parents. DID YOU MOVE MARCH 1 ? If yoO did or will please notify us to that we eon correct our mailing. UPPER DBS MOINES NATIONAL'S KING HORN STAMPS... AN EXTRA VALUE YOU GET AT NATIONAL WITH EVERY PURCHASE ^ Mr and Mrs H. W. Pleich spent n few days at Waterloo last Wee* wilh their son Bill. Mr and Mrs Al Agena and M and Mrs Leo Cassel spent las Wednesday at Minneapolis. Mrs. Louella Baker was visitec Sunday by Dr. and Mrs Durwood Baker and four daughters, Ames Joel Harris speni his between- quarters break from Iowa State university with his parents,. Mr and Mrs George Harris. Mr and Mrs J.- D. Burns were visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Homer Herwig, Cedai Rapids. Pr. and Mrs C. L. Plolt had Mi and Mrs Lloyd Cunninghatot Heron Lake, Mixin.y as weekend) guests. Mr. and Mrs H. W. Millet had Mr and Mrs G. W. Teed and Elizabeth, Webster City, as guests Sujnday. •>'•.••' "•.. ' .-• • ••-. .. '. ..;.-.• jUiCind 'MM" Gaorgai Fox spenJ) Sunday at Fort Dodge With' th(e hitter's parents, Mr and Mrs Atlen Dillon. J. P. Smith was at Paulina week doing some carpenter work on the apartment ot Mr and Mrs M. W. Knuth. Mr and M« Murl Potter were • it St. Paul, Minn, from Wednesday till Saturday attending a sales meeting. Mr and Mrs Frank Ostrum wqre visited Friday and Saturday by Mr and Mrs Ed Ostrum, SI. James, Minn. Mrs Nettie Haag left Tuesday with her daughter, Mrs Gene Thisscn, :md will spend a couple of months with the family at St. Petersberg, Fla. Mr and Mrs Roger Palmer had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Ki-ncst Kearney and Larry, Brill, and Mr and Mrs Tom Lundell. Mr and Mrs James Marryman and sons .spent Sunday at Fostoria with Mrs Merryman's parents, Mi' and Mrs W. W. Terry. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Muckey returned today (Thursday) f r o n- Brownsville, Tex., where they have been vacationing a few weeks. Mrs Jennie Luken, a residenl at the Good Samaritan Nursing Home was visited Saturday bj Mr and Mrs Harold Luken, Minneapolis, Minn. Mr, arid Mrs Gordon Kuhn and Mr and Mrs Dallas Klein and Hickey drove to Des Moines Saturday to attend the Flowei and Home show. Mr and Mrs Robert Gillingham were visited over the weekend by their son, Robert, Truax Field, Madison, and his fiancee, Mary Ann Eith, Verona, Wis. Brenda, four month old daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Bonnette. was taken to St. Ann Sun- clay for treatment of pneumonia She is making good recovery. Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid re turned Saturday from Califonii; • whore they had been sinee before Christmas. They visited with their son Allen, North Holly- Wood. Judy Picket! came from Oma ha, Neb,, and spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Russell Pickett.' She is at St. Joseph's hospital taking a period of training in psychiatrics. Mrs Marie Ogren returned Sunday via plane to Mason City from Indianapolis, hid., win-re she had spent from the previous Tuesday with Mr and Mis E. E A'Her. Word has been received from Kev. Newton Cou^hc-noiir and his wife (hat they have made tin- trip to I'tiej'lfi Rico mid yi'c attain in Florid;i. II is s.o warm there they are eonyideriiiK Hoini; elsewhere to finish their vacation. They will be away another week and Sunday, Mar. 5. thy morning speaker at the Methodist church will be foiinei Goi'. Rubeit Blue. M> and Mrs Julius Peterson spent Sunday at Royal with Mr and Mrs Harold Anderson. John Oakland came Tuesday from Ames Where he is a studenl at the university and will spend his between-quarters break with his parents Mr and Mrs A. 'B Oakland. Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrechi spent Sunday at Laurens with Mr and Mrs Dennis Poduska. They stopped en route at Have- pck and called on Mr and Mrs William Nowack. Mr and Mrs William Cook had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs "van Pitkins, Clear Lake. Last week they were visited by their daughter Mrs Charles Yolk and on'Vincent, Avoca. Mr and Mrs Orvllle Wicks re- •urned Friday from Rochester, Ainn., where Mrs, Wicks had a ch(^jjjg,j.aJ; ; the.},cliniCf-She- has excellent "reCoVk-y" frdm major surgery of a' few years'and 10 further check-ups will be ne- essary.. " Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pool are eavirtg this week for various laces in Florida, then to New )rleans, La., to visit a friend of Mrs Pool, then to Brownsville, Tex., and Denver, Colo., in time to spend Easter with Mr and Mrs James NewcL Mrs Emily PRICES FOR MARCH 2,3,4 Quantity Rlehtt Rtsirvttf NATIONAL'S GUARANTEE , Yonr Complete Satisfaction'. •with Every Purchase I* GUARANTEED at NATIONAI ... If Not Satisfied in Ever* Way, Your Money Befuador NATIONAL ^ FOOD STORES Hunt's FRUIT COCKTAIL Glistening Cubes of Choice Fruits "just can't boat > that National Meat" National's U. S. Gov't Insp. pork, packed with Juicy succulent flavor Friend^ of the Family Fresh Parch. Wrapped BUTTER 'PRESH SWEET TASTE Ringgenberg has returned from Blue Earth, Minn., where she went to attend the sixtieth wedding anniversary Feb. 19 of her parents, Mr and Mrs Abe Tuttle, Open house was held from 2 till 4 o'clock and 100 callers offered congratulations. Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit and Mr and Mrs Milton Coonan, Des Moines, wore dinner quests Wednesday of Mr and Mrs Milton Morling at Emmetsbury. Mrs Morling is a sister of Mr Coonan and Mrs Streit. The Union Twp. Mothers and Daughters ek:b will meet March 3 instead of March 9 because of ilie Kossuth County l-'ec.teration meeting at Titonka. It will meet at the home of Mrs Homer Uoclds, 221 S. Mam, Algona. Mr and Mrs Milton Norton spent Sunday at Pocalumtas wilh Mr and Mrs Charles Boevers. Mr Huevers was recently dismissed from L'Uheran hospital, Fort Dodge, where he was taken for therapy. He had suffered a fall on the iee. Mr and Mrs Henry Johannsen ivliirncd Sunday from a five weeks vacation in California where they visited Mr and Mrs William Johunnsen at Anaheim. En route home they slopped in Phoenix, Ariz., to see Dr. und Mrs William Johannsen, nephew of Henry. Li. PRINT! Beef Raisers To Eat Well, Mar. 28 On;' pound of st;iiulintf rib n<; of lUH'f will ;iK;>in bi: featured ul llic Kossnlh liccl' I'l-o- ducers liuntiuet on Tuesday Maidi lia. The banquet will be held al Giiirifian HJKh School beginning in p.m. .. according to r>c;in Barnes, Kos- sulh Coun.ty Exlension Director. Ilonni'l & Co. chefs from Austin. Minn, will serve the rib roast. 400 tickets are now on advance sale und tliis is the limit according to Barne- There will be no sal.? of. licUuta al the door. A «ood. is buiny contacted and will be announced at a later date. Directors of the association liavinu tickets for sale are: Donald Budloiu'. Tilonka; Vance BedsL'i'. Bancroft; Norman Chain- here. Corwith; Wayne Thompson, Swea City; Ed Naumann. Elmore. Minnesota; Philip Fisher, West Bend; Lawiuice. JohaiuiL'-en, JELL-0 Make H With Fruit Cocktail <' Juicy Com Te Pork Loin* Ctaraina Plecunuv With Every Serving CYPRESS GARDENS CHUNKS Of GRAPEFRUIT Sweet Ripe fruit for SaJads or Sauce 5 No. 303 $1 Cans | RIB PORK RO^ST FULL 7-BIB CUT 3i/ r to ^/i-Lb. Average Lb. CENTER CUT Pork Chops Thick for Baking: or Broiling or Thin If You Prefer PORK LOIN ; ROAST XNCUTDINO TENDEHLOIH 3- to 4 Lb. Average 49 WATERMAID AA» RICE . r ....:. 2 ft 29* KRAFT HALF MOON Cl M •* 47 GARDEN FRESH TOMATOES With That "Just Picked 1 Flavor 6 No. 303 $1 Cans § GARDEN FREBH SWEET PEAS Tender, Melt in the Mouth <Jualit7 7 No. 303 5 | Cans I EATWELI SARDINES In a Rich Tomato Sauce 4 Large Oval Cans VANITY FAIR FACIAL TISSUES With "Kind to Your Skin' Softness S 400 SWIFT'NING 3-LB. CAN Sparerlbs Sliced Beef Liver Braunschweiger Skinless Franks Fish Sticks Cut Lunch Herring.° Tender, meaty spareribs that are delicious baked with dressing or boiled with kraut PER LB. Fresh, tender baby beef. PER LB. TOP TASTE, rich, fresh flavor you'll enjoy. PER LB , TOP TASTE, boil, fr/or bake with beans. 1-LB. PKGL Swiss Miss FROZEN FRUIT PIES Cherry, Apple or Peach Waky Double Cruiti and Filled with Lu«iou» Frujti 20-Oz. . Ea. SO FRESH, A quick, tasty, Lenten meal. 10-oz. Pkg, .., OLSEN'S -oz. Jar FOR NATIONAL FOOD STORES CD EC WITH THIS rltCC COUPON And Iho Purchitie at * l'.4-Lb. Fully Coflked, Bonelei» ' Dubuque Canned Ham — $1.49 At Your NaU«a*l Faad Start , H & G FROZEN WHITING Just Can't Buy Fresher, Finer Produce! TEXAS GROWN, SUN DRENCHED GRAPEFRUIT • Bursting With Juice, Eioh in Golden BOOK Encyclopedia Vol. 3 NOW ON SAME An Investment to Your Child's Future Califon»lft'» Knert I«ng 0«»n, Crisp Tender CELERY LARGE STALK Oerber's Strained BABY FOOPf 6 BOYALTY HQUBB, Bi^fvajly Special Peanut Butter 99* ' ' ' ' PUREX BLEACH «, I9c Northern Tissue 4 *.«, 39c PICKLES M . .................. 39c AD< FAB'a»W» ................. 32c PALMOLIVB ......... 2 SS 3lc *?**, •«?«?.. ............ 33c PALMOUYE ..- ...... 3 *5 3lc VB- BEAUTY BAR 2 * 39e YEL «Bw.V. ..... - ......... 28c V6L U9UID»« ..... ...... 65e TOMATOES NORTHERN GROWN POTATOES «eP_PONTLAC5 QgfQA

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