The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1957 · Page 2
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r'. • 4- (la.) Upf»t to Molfm Thundery, Jta. H Presbyterians fled Officers At Lakota Lakofa «* The annual congregational meeting of the Presbyterian church was held Tuesday flight beginning with a 0:30 dinner followed by the meeting at 7:46, Reports from the various officers were read. Irvift Wortman Was elected elder, Verhon Smith, Elton Head, Henry Dontje and William Schroeder, trustees. Wayn* Heet* land is Sunday School Superintendent, Mrs V. A. Battett is assistant superintendent, Gordon Wirtjes is secretary and Edwin S teen hard is assistant secretary, Paula Buckels and Mrs Barrett, pianists, Mrs Andrew Jansen is junior superintendent and Mrs Alvin Rippentrop, assistant, Auxiliary Initiation Initiation for three new Auxiliary members was held at the Auxiliary meeting Monday night. Pearl Smith was the installing officer.wety members are Gretchen H&ttelHij Carolyn Heetland and Genevieve Hoeppner. Kathleen Ruby, alao a new member, was unable ; Wbe present. Lucille Ley gave a talk on National Security and « Civil Defense. Mrs Lena Bosnia was the hostess. The Lakota Vnit • will be hostess to ,the Kossuth County Auxiliary meeting in the legion hall Monday, Jan. 29 at 2 p.m. Mr and Mrs Gus Koppen, Mr and Mrs C. C. Gerzema and Mrs Mary Zoller attended funeral services for Mr P. L. Westerlund at Bricelyn, Minn. Saturday 'afternoon, , Mr and Mrs George Schroeder, Mrs Mary Zoller atjdDaryl Christ visited at the Arend Hans home Sunday. James Meuer has been unable to be hi his barber shop for the past week because of illness. week because of illness. Mr and Mrs George Schroeder and Mrs Mary Zoller visited their 'e Mrs Loreri Hans and new y daughter at 'the Buffalo ter hospital la$. Tuesday. The baby was thoifirst one to be in the Buffalo Center hos- in 1957/Mr"and Mrs Hans curch. ore£ SacfaA was a guest of her parents and Mrs &uf us' Oltholf the past week. Mr Sachs came Friday and returned to their home ay.- " and Mrs Anthony Bqeck- Joah und Steven of Seattle ,.ted We , former's : brother Ralph and' iaraiiy la^t Monday arid Tuesday. ' Funeral service? for Matt Geerdes, a former Ljkqtan, were held in Buffalo Center Jan. U. He died from & heart atttffc- % K? 5 the ,sot} of the Jatf Mr and Mrs ~ pjpwdM MO a. brother of John Steeqhard whojwvth fjwnuy attend>d the gemces. . sn4 Mrs Irvm Schwartz also attended. The Ledyard Township Farm ' eap. met Friday evening at the . ,.y ' H&tland r home. Wayne Hoetland., ngwjy elected president, gonducjed the meeting. Burdetle.Hoeppner'jjs t)ie retjurijag presfdfjii. * •Mr" and Mrs Harold Frerichs of Albert Lea were Saturday after m gn visitors aV.the C, G. Gfr A - ty committee JWr and Mrs C St. Benedict eiler, Portland Twp. By Mr*. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Harold Stevenson of Britt were visitors at the Ray Pitch homfe Friday. Mrs Steven- soft is Mrs JFitch's sister. Mr and Mrs Mel Holt?, (the former Maxine Simpson) of Cedat RdpidS were weekend guest* at the Roman Simpson home. Mr and Mrs Dwight Simpson and sons of Algona were dinner and supper guests at the Rosman Simpson home Sunday. Mft fidward Larson and Beverly and' Mrs Ray Fitch were callers at the George, Johnson home in Algona Wednesday. Elizabeth Kennedy spent Friday and Saturday in Fort Dodge with her daughter, Mrs Richard Samuelson and family. Mrs Earl Miller of Algona spent Sunday with Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Earl was in Minnesota fishing. Bernard Leeper had surgery Friday morningi Mrs Leeper was out to see him Sunday. He was getting along nicely but will have to remain in the hospital awhile yet, at Mercy hospital, MasOn City. ' Mr and Mrs Eldon Fisher of Albert Lea spent Sunday at the Bernard Leeper home. Mrs Fisher is Bernard's sister. Mr and Mrs Frank Smith of Huntsville, Ala. visited his sister Mrs Arie Hix and family at the Victor Fitch home. Wednesday night they were overnight guests. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks helped her parents, Mr and Mrs Duy Dbnond, move from a farm northwest of Wesley, where they had lived for 28 years, 16 a farm they bought 2 14 miles northeast of Britt. They moved Thursday. Mr and Mrs Sparks visited the Dimonds Sunday. Mr and Mrs Albert Claude and three Daughters of Corwith were recent Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks. VPeople are a lot like goose berfies ~ delightful if you sweeten 'em up enough." Early Teacher 111 Kossuth Dies, North Dakota .„, cyty—peath struck twice jl 11 days at the family of jf late S. JI. McAdams, wejl- Hn'owh. pioneer Swea Cityaris. whe.n-Mrs Anton Nelson of Center, N. D., died Jan. 15, following her brother James McAdams, Fairmont, Minn., who preceded her in death on Jan. 4.~ Mrs Nelson was the former Emma McAdams. Charles A. MpAdams of Swea City is a brother. Funeral services for Mrs Nelson were held Jan. 19 at lifandahi N, D. Relatives from Swea City were unable to attend the services. Named A Director A Swea City turkey grower, R. C. (Ole) Johnson, was named to the board of directors of the Iowa State Turkey Growers Association which held its annual convention at Des Moines during" the past week. The trampoline, recently purchased by the Swea City PTA, arrived fast week, and is being used by both high school and elementary grade pupils in physical training classes. fhe Adult Farmers evening school will meet Wednesday, Jan. 23, and the topic for discussion will be "Open Door to Greater ' Hog Profit." For the following week, Jan. 30, the group will discuss "What Beef Feeding System Should I Use?" The athletic department of the Swea City' school will serve a >ancake supper with sausage and he usual fare, Jan. 29, at the lunch room of the schpo| ... Jing. Serving will stajt at i;{5 and continue through 7:15 p-m- At 7 o'clock, there will be t paUsstball gsme with Ledyard. here will be band music at the half time, and a}§o between, games. At the half time dunng the- second team game, there will be 'a demonstration on the. new trampoline, Sunday, Jap, 27, wi} be Membership Sunday a tthe Jjfwea City "-" *'•* church. The Rev. several new . ,. ,ay ^ the Swea City Hr<?n. and special music will , ...rmsj^a- •.., Mr and .Mrs.GJen Curtis visit- riejftU and relatives in Bul- Clenifr ^i^ay. , Q^S hire jhw e received from we George It. Nel- Jhat they have arrived in ' "^n4 PB enjoying r tn§r anjj seeing th'e their r daugnter Doris, ilayed there, The Nel•p a.lone took time pf interest, on, 1$ wj|l meet ,_ i'i'P^tiome; .J8 ©on Ppevde. 1 } JI jnej last To Distribute Food Surplus commodities for the month 6f February and March will be distributed at the court-, house on Monday, January 28. f he commodities for distribution this time include cheese, dried milk, faissaurice, corn meal and flour, according to Mrs E. M. Huber. head of the county dis* tribution unit. «-• Mr and Mrs Milton Espl ftfid sor§. Pearl Hanson of here, Waft* da Hanson of Spencer, and Roiel* ia Voigt of Algona, visited at th« home of Mr and Mrs Stanlef Keith at Pocahontas Sunday afternoon. Cowan C the regular Stockholder* tal Stock erf ROLLS FOR Houses For Sale F$R SALS — » GOOD room house, oh* roomy i-*tfry afid one a neat bungalow. One fs close in. both fihts heftei -* See Joel M Herbst of Ted S Herbst 4 THE PRICE OF WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR 1987 SPftNG PATTERNS WALLPAPER Starts Thursday, Jan. 24 — Ends Saturday Kite 1 GROUP W*'*» a ft* thai walif t»* aofl* — gild w»'w li»d «* 1**" ilia ai ih»m — so here's out extra special low price to mew «M»»* oui, lOc Single Roll , Ma WITH TAPE HERE'S ALL TOTJ DO: Save the pink cash register tapes you receive when yon ihop at COUNCIL OAK. When an envelope contains tapes totaling $36.00, it is redeemable at COUNCIL OAK for FREE GIFTS. Beautiful hand painted dinnerware (a complete place setting of 5 pieces) is Immediately available for 1 envelope. • ' MANY OTHER SOON AVAIIABIB COFFEE SCOTTS POTATO CHIPS '.U':; : ,„....„LARQE 14 OZ. PKG U. S. GRADED "GOOS" FANQY INDIAN RIVER FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT SHOULPER POT WASHED, WAXED RED PONTIAC U, S, GRADED ''GOOD" B ET 17 ET &EBBT ROUND AND SW5SS Cabbage 4 C

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