The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1957 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 10, 1957
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Around * Algona Mrt Start* Hatfi* wan hosfwi, to her sewing club on Monda\ evening. MM Paul Dellmtn wts hostess to her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Mabel Lee was hostets ii the Eight Specs card club or. Wednesday evening. —o— W. H. Battle!! and John Diekmann left Tuesday evening on a marketing trip to Chicago. Mf and Mrs Hbberl Williams spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Moines attending a clothiers convention. —o— Mrs Orville Kinden was hostess to the Hobby Club, Wednesday afternoon. —o—• XI Xi Chapter of Beta Sigme Phi will meet Tuesday evening, Jan. 15, at the home of Mrs Clayton Pittman. Cynthia Elolse, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hoi- comb, was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Church. —o— Mr and Mr* Craig Smith had as their guests from Sunday to Wednesday, Mr and Mrs Len Vroni car of Stanton. Neb. —o— Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson and Mrs Goldie Gudcrian wen' to Des Moines on Sunday to attend the Ice Follies. Mrs Marvin Calhoun was host ess to her sewing club on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs John Lavignc was assisting hostess. —o— Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt and Mr and Mrs Ray Cook returned Monday afternoon from a three week's trip to California. ,.. IL f\ m „, \ Mrs Willis Colwell has beer chosen as the Mother of the Month for the Presbyterian Wednesday Night Youth Club.. The regular meeting of the C, D. of A. is being held this evening, (Thursday) at the V.F.W hall. Mrs Al Boekelman and Mrs Leonard Goecke are chairladies. Jeffrey Von and Steven Mich ael, children of Mr and Mrs Vaughn Brown were recently baptized at the Presbyterian church The town chapter of 4-H clut met Wednesday evening at the home of Kathy Roth. Mrs Bernard Yeoman and Mrs Kenneth Medir •are adult leaders. Homer Clark has returned ir hi* construction job at low; City. An break-down caused a lav-off which Mr Clark spent here with his family. Jean Ruth, daughter of Mr and Mrs Marian Sigsbce, was honqree at a party Thursday afternoon in celebration of her eighth birthday. —o—• Men's Club of the Presbyterian Church will meet for a 6:30 din ner on Tuesday evening. Al Agena, Lowell Lenz, W. F. Col •well and Marlin Meehlhause will be installed as new officers —o— The Home Builders class of the Methodist Church met Saturday evening. Mr and Mrs Mortor Bittinger and Mr and Mrs Eugene , Furst were in charge of arrangements. —o— Bel Canto music club met Wed- ncsdav afternoon at the home of Mrs W. W. Sullivan. The program was presented by Mrs Barbara Fabrizio, Mrs John Hayes and Mrs Glen Graham. The annual congregational meeting of the Presbyterian church will be held Monday, Jan. H. A pot-luck supper will be served at ti:30 followed by election of officers and reports. ___Q___ Mr and Mrs Marvin Calhoun were hosts to their couple card club on Sunday evening. Mr; Calhoun and Mitch Taylor re ceived the low scores with the penalty of doing the dishes. ,____(*)—— Mr and Mrs Merle Pratt anc 1 family have recently moved frorr -Fairmont, Minn, to Clear Lake. They had planned to move Ic Cedar Falls but the company transferred him before the movr could bf made. —o— My and Mrs Rex Voyles had ar their dinner guests on Sunday. Mr Vgylos' brother and sister-in- law, Mr and Mrs Hanford V'pyle. and familv of Sar City and M and Mrs Bob Lovstad and family of Burt. William Etherington, Sioux City, formerly of Aigoiui, has announced the engagement and approaching marriage of his duugh tor, Shirley, Aigonu, to Paul G Stebrit/, son of Mr ;md Mrs Frank Stebritz. The wedding will take place, Jan. 31 in St. Cece- lia'i church. /%„__, The June Circle of the Methodist Church will meet this eveninj (Thursday) sit the home, of Mr* Walter Scliildtknechl. .Assisting hostesses are Mrs Marjorie Apple, Mrs Karl l.i-gU-r and Mrs'ti Chally- The program will be ; talk on Cancer by Dr. Smith ui Ringsted. —o— Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor arc leaving this weekend fur Phoenix, Ari/.... where they will visit Mn Taylor's b^ut.heiMnidaw^AlKi *W» iter, Mr and Mrs RMiard GWMS They also plan to go to Whiftiev : January 18, 1W Algena (la.) Upp»f DM Molnw-S p«n* *„ ,,^u »i *• • * j r M 1 * Taylor's cousin, Mrs Menrj Calif, to visit relatives and re- BeWall of Baftcro^ is fttnyUig turn to Algona aroxatd P*b. 1. I with the children. Rebekahs Install Installation of officers of the Rebekah lodge was held Tuesday evening, Bernitas Lynk and net staff putting oh the work. Thosi installed were Leona Heiserodl Noble Grand; Florence Peterson, vice Noble Grand; Mabel Lund secretar^' Bernitas Lynk, treasurer; ' Myrtle Turnbaugh, right support: Blanche Lage, left sup port; Phoebe Mill, Harriet Sch midt, Rose Sigsbed, Bertha Spear Margaret Reid, Rose Smith. Vera Graham, 'and Betty Galbraith. Refreshments were, served fol- iowing lhi> rites by the committee Beltv Galbraith, Berth? Spear and Leana Heiserodt. Silver Anniversary Mr and Mrs Chris Larsen were honored Dec. 30lh when about 200 relatives and frieitds attended an Open House at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted. The Larsens live in Swea twp. in Kossuth county. The couple married Dec. 28, 1931. Second Lt. Leo M. Larson of Ft. Monmouth, New Jersey, was home Cor the occasion. He is their son. A program was enjoyed, and b host of honors were received, including a silver gift and special wedding cake. Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs Will Thilges ol Algona will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Tuesday, Jan. 29 with p family dinner at the Johnson House and a reception at their home from 2 to f p.m. All relatives, friends and neighbors are invited to attend. There will be a mass for Mr ant? Mrs Thilges at St. Cecelia Catholic church at 9 a.m. that morning. They request no gifts, please. Thimble Club Hostess Mrs A. R. Cruikshank entertained the members of her Thimble Club Monday afternoon Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Harold Lamplight was hostess to her Bridge club members Wednesday afternoon. Portland Club The Portland Progress club will meet at the home of Mrs Franz Teeter Thursday, Jan. 17, at 1'45 p.m. Assisting hostesses are Mrt Bob Woods and Mrs Ray Fitch. Following the regular business meeting, there will be a lesson on- yeast breads by Mrs Mennil Tnmkhill and Mrs Howard Sparks. Mrt Ditlevion Hostess Mrs Gordon Ditlevson was host ess to the members of her bridge club Monday evening. Other members are Mrs William Ressler, Mrs Joseph Rooney, Mrs Ryland Phillips, Mrs Arlo Mergen, Mrs Robert Henderson, anc Mi's Harold Shugart. Mrs Arid Dennis was a guest. D.A.R.'s Meet Members of the D.A.R. met Tuesday at Mrs W. K. Ferguson's for a one o'clock'luncheon. Hostesses were Lucille Amunson, Helen Dewel, Clara Keith, Delia McCuIlough and Ella Thompson.. The program "Historical Restorations" was given by Phoebe Thompson, of Burt. Homemaktr To Meet The Cresco-Riverdale Home makers will meet Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 16, with Mrs Nichola s Weydert. The lesson will be on, yeast breads. Delphian Society The Delphian Society meets Tuesday, Jan. 15, at the home of Mrs Mabel 'Paxson, with a dessert luncheon at 1:15 p.m. Pro-Nuptial Shower A pre-nuptlal shower honoring ,Jo Ann Warmbier, Algona, bride- elect was held Sunday, Jan. 6, ir the Lutheran Church in West Bend. Miss Warmbier, daughtei of Mr and Mrs Herman Warmbier of Algora, will be married to Charles Schafer of West Bend a* 7 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 19, in the Lutheran Church in Algona. Algona Upper Des Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Farm sales appearing in the Algona Upper Des Moines. will receive free listing in this column every week, and also will be broadcast before the sale day over Algona's radio station KLGA on the 11:55 a.m. and 4:25 p.m. news. Sale advertising in the Algona Upper Des Moines reaches more families in this area than through any other advertising medium. List your sale dates early with the Upper Des Moines. Jan. 10, Thursday — Earl Crouch dairy dispersal sale, 2% N., 1 E., and Va north of Fenton. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneers. Sale details in UDM last week. Jan. 10/ Thursday — Ed Ellwood, 5 mi. south and % mile east of Algona % complete closing out of nearly new line of machinery and white-face cattle. Yungeberg & Quinn, auctioneers, Iowa State Bank, clerk. Full details in UDM last week. Jan, 11, Friday — Weekly sale, Humboldt sales barn. Details in UDM today. January 21, Monday — Frank Cunningham, sale, 1 N. junction 18 & 169, first place west, Full line machinery, 34 head feeder cattle. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, clerk- January 23. Wednesday — Bob Behcens, complete dairy dispersal sale, plus some hogs and hay. Farm located. 2 miles west and 6 miles north of Buffalo Center. Quinn & DeVries, auctioneers. Details in UDM later. Jan. 24, Thursday — Leroy Sprout, complete closing out saje at farm located • Vj mile south, mile west and '/a south of Cylinder. Cylinder State Bank, clerk, and Lloyd Berkeland and Norman Bortvit, auctioneers. Jan. 29, Tuesday — Art Bleckwenn complete olosing out sale. This will be a large sale at the i'arm located 5 miles south and J a :'i mi. west of Fenton. Lloyd Berkland and Lyle Bensen, auctioneers, and Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Further details in UDM later. Jan. 30, Wednesday — Dairy cattle consignment sale, Algona Hales Barn. Jan. 3i, Thursday — A. N. Erpelding will hold a big sale, including much excellent ma- t-hinory, at the farm 4 east on M^ 1 Gregor St, and 1 Vz miles south of Algona. Quinn & Reiling will b(> the auctioneers; Iowa State Feb. 16, Saturday •*- Schlickel* man £ Klingainan daily dispersal sale, 41 head purebred and I'.inh article llolsteins. Farm located -1 '/a cat.t of Emmetsburg. U-vvcl Berkland and Charl«s Quinn, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Sale details later. First recorded mention of the olive is in the Bible, when lh# dove raiums to tn» ark and Noah bearing an olive twig in its beak. Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor and children and Mrs Taylor's parents, Mr and Mrs Herbert Zielske, of Lake Mills, have returned from a ten day visit at Culver CWv. Calif., with relatives. Mrs Gertrude Faulslich has moved trom the Harry Ward apartment on south Tnorihgton to the Mrs Helen Mikes apartment on south Dodge street. Mr and Mrs Glen Culberisor and family were supper guestf Saturday of Mr and Mrs Darrel! Best near Titonka. Sunday they were guests of Mr and Mrs Orric Peterson. New from the Kraft Kitchen! SPOON IT into hot foods HEAT IT for cheese sauce SPREAD IT for snacks A P«Uuri«d Prpptit Chiew Spread All Kinds Any Silt Qrd«r P«llv*ry Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. Phone H90 Algena 4 OR 5 DAYS AGO THIS FRUIT WAS STILL HANGING ON THE TREES IN SUNNY TEXAS GROVES I CONSUMERS TRUCKLOAD Direct To CONSUMERS By Fast Semi From TEXAS Sacks - Boxes - Half Bushels - Bushels On Arrival in Algona and at Consumers With this Truckload of Citrus Fruits, The Driver , Said That White the Semi Was Being Loaded in Texas, Fruit Was Still Coming In For The Load from the Texas Groves. That's How FRESH These Citrus Fruits Are I JUICY GRAPEFRUIT FULL BOX HALF-BOX BUSHEL SACK OF 15 269 59, TWENTY-NINE CENT SPECIALS ! ! FANCY RICE, 2 Lbs. LOG CABIN - 12 OZ. SYRUP, Btl. MA BROWN APPLE BUTTER; Jar THRIFT-PAK HALF-GALLON ICE CREAM 690 Jonathan jonarnon - . ^* g *afi l j, APPLES....J Lbs. 49C Cello Wrap CARROTS Juicy Loose-Skin IOC juicy LooseoKin ^K^ .jfl^^ jt TANGERINES 2 doi.39C JUICY ORANGES FULL BOX HALF-BOX BUSHEL 2" 59 3 DOZEN Gold Medal Flour - 3.79 i Deep Sea Specials Del Monte Tuna. 4 cans SI Libby's Red Sockeye Lb. Can SALMON ...J9c Libby's Pink Lb. Can SALMON ...5k Betty Crocker Cake Special Choc. Malt Cake Mix BOTH Instant Frosting Mix FOR POWDERED OR BROWN SUGAR .SLb.Sack 39c "FAVORITE" BRAND GHOC. CHIPS ...... 2 Pkgs.35c HONEY, qt. jar MEAT LOAF SPECIAL! 3lbs. 9 Ground AND |i Pure Pork ID. SAUSAGE All For Perfect Blend for making delicious meat loaf! But you , don't haye to make meat loaf to use this wonder SPECIAL . . . have hamburgers and use the pure pork sausage with wheat cakes for breakfast I I MEATS *8Sr GOVERNMENT GRADED "U. S. CHOICE" LB. BEEF ROASTS 39<S ARMOUR'S STAR (Truly Lip-Smacking) SMOKEES LB. ARMOUR'S COARSE (Large Ring) EACH RING BOLOGNA HAIF-5KINN6P, DiFATTIP, FULL COOKED Rath PICNICS, Ib. 45c RATH'S : 5-lB. BOX I** *r... ^ ^^ . , , •••'•• -h SPECIAL THIS WEEK ! Mb. Box HERRING Read[y For The Pan 1.00 Perch Fillets, Lb, 29c CONSUMER'S LOW PRICES EVE

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