The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 16, 1961 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 16, 1961
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M>! noil 2^A(0ontr (ld<) Upper Dei Melftet Thursday, Worth 16, 1961 .>.- .... .-. . ..y. ...... J j..f.t..ft«tA J i..^^A& J e J £ J / J _...j . _ J ^ J .., .^^te.^^..w.., rj ^gfe.,_,_^ ,,^ J ^,^^ ..„, ,_- „.. Kewcomers Guesi Nighl "The Algona Newcomers held Guest Jflght Tuesday, March 7th, at Vah'fi Cafe at, 8 p.m., with f6rty-6ije in .attendance lunch wfls served and bridge and five- hundred were played. Mary Fau- Mich won high and Lucille Na- voichick .won Iqw -bridge :prize, whije jtuth: Gafman won high and t'pters won low at the 600 tables. " " '•• The Newcomers Will hold their regular meeting at Van's Gafe on Tuesday, March 'Mi at 8:00 p.m. Wed 40 Years ,., , j Mrs. ^rank Butts and her sis'- ter Mary Wirtjes attended the celebration of the Fortieth Wedding anniversary of .their brother and sisterrin-daw Mr. ond Mrs. Herman Wirtjes at Lakota, Thursday, Mar. 9. Guests were the immediate family, sons and daugh^ ters-in-laws, daughters and sons- in-law and families, and brothers and Bisters, numbering 46 persons. Pol Luck Supper A pot-duck supper was held Sunday evening at Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bonnette's followed by an evening of cards. In attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Peterson, Sr. : Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Peterson, Jr. : Mr. and Mrs. Homer Dodds, Robert Peterson and Diane Busch. Bridge Hostesses Mrs. Lloyd Muckey entertained her bridge dub Wednesday eve ning. Mrs. Twillah Bartholomew was hostess .to her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. The "Idle Hour' 1 bridge club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. L. C, Hanson.' > Algona Girl, Emmetsburg Man To Wed May 13 Mrs. Nell Polter has received word of the death of her nephew, Robert Henderoin, 64, at Los An-? geles, Caiif. He had been in poor health for some time. He was a son of the late Will and Belle Fraser Henderson and relative of Evelyn Cady. His parents farmed south of town a number of years ago and moved to 'Delta, Colo., where they had a fruit farm. Robert served in World War I and visited with relatives here some years ago. He is'survived by his wife and four children. Elizabeth Karen Zaugg, Des Moines, shown here, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Zaugg, AJgona,: wil-1 wed James Donahue, son of Mrs. Jay Donahue Emmetsjpurg, and the la'te Mr Donahue, in St. Cecelia's Catho lie churoh here Saturday, May 13. (UDM Engraving) Susan Heeren, 6 Mrs Dale Heeren gave a theatre p^rty a week ago Saturday honoring • the sixth birthday of her daughter, Susan. Twenty little friends were guests at the matinee and treats were served there. On the actual birthdate, Thursday, Mr and Mrs Heeren had as dinner guests for Susan Mr and Mrs Howard Beardsley, Birthday Party Mrs John Groen gave a party Mar. 1 fpr her daughter, Marlene, whose ninth birthday .was observed. Guests were Lynn Buchanan, Karen Baker, Julie Chrischilles, Diane Levy, Virginia Hardgrove, Marcia Moen, Tana Oberweter, Susan Pergande and Kathy Poter. Games were played and refreshments served. P i . • Get more from ever NORTHRUP KING'S NEW GREEN MANURE ALFALFA TERRA VERDE ALFALFA Builds profits 5 ways • Special Non-Hardy BJend • Two Crops in One Year • Deep Roots * • Builds Soil Fertility • Increases Yields »1 Now NOCULIZED seed—already inoculated and ready to plant CLOVER LEAF HATCHERY & FEED Main & Commercial — Algona — CY 4-2824 NOTICE! ALL VETERANS OF WORLD WAR I AND THEIR WIVES ARE INVITED TO ATTEND A MEETING OF TALL CORN BARRACKS NO. 688 TO BE HELD AT THE AMERICAN LEGION HALL IN ALGONA ON THE NIGHT OF WEDNESDAY, MARCH 22, AT 8 P. M. ELECTION OF OFFICERS WILL BE HELD. ED TE VETRUP, SENIOR VICE COMMANDER OF THE IOWA DEPARTMENT WILL GIVE AN EXCELLENT TALK ON VETERAN'S AFFAIRS AND IMPENDING LEGISLATION. WARDEN W. CLARK, 6TH DISTRICT COMMANDER, AND WIFE OF FORT DODGE WJU ASSIST IN THE PROGRAM. REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED - BE SURE AND BE PRESENT. Tall Corn Barracks No* 638 of WWI Miltpn C. Norton — Acting Cpmmander Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper Dinner Guests Mr and Mi-s 4d Meyer were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Mfyer's piafehts,' Mf and Mrs Kermit fow/tef at Ottosen. Other gtiests were Mr and Mrs Mark Fowler and Edna of Humboldt. The .dinner was given in observance of the birthday^ of Mrs Meyer. ' r ; ,' ' Ai Housewarming Mr. and Mrs. Tom Verhuel, Mr. and Mrs. David Bverds, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Everds and the personnel of the Everds conipany attended a housewarming Saturday evening for Mr. and Mfi, DpUglas Meyer at Humboldt. Sacred Concert The Morningside college choir of Sioux City under the direction of Dr. James H. Wood, will present a concert of sacred music at 3:30 p.m. Sunday (March 19) in the First Methodist church at Algona. . • The first annual Garrigan'band concert" -will be Held Monday; March 20, in the Garrigan gymnasium. The program will begin at 8:00 p.m. and tickets may now be purchased from band mem-, hers. The prices are .75 for adults and .35 for students. * .; The following selections will make up the concert: Sleepers Wake by Bach, Pleasant Valley by Hanson, Lady o f Spain by Evans, "Excerpts from BfigadoorT by Loewe, Highlights from Take Me Along by Reed, Holiday. Sleigh Ride by Sivanich, Garni? val for Trombones by Kinydn, Air and Finale from Water Music by Handel, 'Chorale from. Die Meistersinger by Wagner, Monte Garrigntt;^^ K^jT^'^^ Concert Slated Monday, Mar. 20 ,.. Members To Legislature ' Eleven members of the Kofi- suth County Farm Bureau legislative committee- will travel to Des Moines, March 21, to visit -with- the county's state legislators. The county legislative commit- 'te& will spend the morning attending the sessions of the' two Houses. In the afternoon, they Will visit committee hearings and meet with their legislators. In the evgnfftfc they 'will host Stats' 3e)i6tpf fohn ImffletaWg artd * Sta SfeniatiVf Casey Loss of 1 After the c&Httfer session, tne fCossuth County'Committee will attend a general meeting of county committees and legislators from this area. Lyle Stephens, LeMars, Iowa, District 3 Farm Bureau Direotor, will be in Charge of the meeting. < Among 'the issues that the county dorritnittee plans to djs* buss with their legislators 'are! Ag Land tax Credit, Distribution of Road use Fund, and Promotion of Agriculture * Products. • Members of the committee who will visit £he legislature include: Steve Tjaderi," Chairman, ILakbta; Mrs Walter Camprjey, Burt; Mrs Charles Nygaard, Wesley; Forrest Fett, LuVerne i David Setter, Algona; Hugh,,Black, Algona; Harry Naffziger.'LuVerne ;'AlVln Hanselman, West Bend; Bill Phelps, Swea Gity; Mrs Clarence ; ,and ! T|jf6nltiEiPditdr; Is Honored /•'. rl of .fitpnkd idem eian. Welfare,Society its annual meeting in Epft He suec&ds,Rev, tfafold Qlsen of Cedar J^Whaj»wlitt&; h New MemberWIlfdfed to the ward are A'ftliur , Hennings of Waterlot? fiftd/the'R&v, Charles Terrill of Newell. • How times,channel Nowadays when the d$t<ff fiftds a patient In a 'run-down, condition, he prescribes less -golf ^hd more time at the office.' • ( , = ••'; NOW Young School of Beauty I 310J/& iqurth, Waterloo, Iowa • State ApRr0ye<l Accredited School • 'C<irnpetenf Instructors • '<, Newest arfd 'Finest Equipment , , * Now Cln*teVh)ow Forming (Hjgh School Seniors-Enroll now for Johe Class) — ••* == •> = IS! IB! . ***JUST , CAWT BEAT "HAT NATIONAL MEAT" Corn Fed Qa.nllly Reserved HILLSIDE VouTl Be Prouu to Serve Onr Sliced Bacon . It's Hickory Bnioked ...;, 1-LB. GROUND BEEF _ _ Fresh, Boneless Cubed Beef for 55 C BEEF STEW Mix ~~ TOPTA8TB 1-LB. PKO. Tencfei', Juicy, Out-ofThisA^rld-HaVbr Bla^e , Cut Imd trimmed NATIONAL'S VALUE WAY Which Means Lew Waste, More Value lor You in Every Piece .of Meat You Buy at National. .GUARANTEE At National WB consider no tali of our'"*•!«•• Way" M«ats complile until thi Itims purehasid haye r«nder«d eompleti satisfaction, • Refund or replaeemsnf, Natlonal't eourt«sy ay, if you are not fully satisfied with your purchase in our Moat Department. • .. • ' , KU5SHLY GEOXJND, L?. So Good The«e. Chflly March - - DUIUgliq Chuni 69° Fish Sticks STOKELY, rich brokfjJt OQ< eoekfall, 46-oz, oan £ V V'8.6 FRESH " 84-JOZ. PKO. ...... for hot toast, S-Ib, .. PRICES FOR MARCH 16 17-18 tof»m. l) 5-lb 1 ca n ......... 69= HUNrS Tomato Catsup Full 14-oz. bottles of rich thick catsup. Makes any meat taste better ORCHARD FRESH Apr NATCO Ore GARDEN FRESH 5 14-oz. *1 bottles • ., ... SO FRESH Potato Chips Crisp Fresh Chips a snack time favorite' GRANULATED Beet Sugar 1 . • ~"^ * - " *^ -' •IB. 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