The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1957 · Page 7
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 24, 1957
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fiurt Silver Wedding Mr and Mrs Henry Stroebel 01 Burt observed their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon, Jan. 20. Present were Mr and Mrs James Spear, Russell and Deborah, Mr and Mrs Richard Groen and family, Mr and Mrs Jewel Larson, Mr and Mrs John Groen and family, Rev. and Mrs Luther Loesch, all of Algona; Mr and Mrs Paul Koppen and Michael, Mr and Mrs Chw-les Stroebel of Lakota; Mr and Mrs Harm Groen, Mr and Mrs Clarence Canady, Mr and Mrs Ray Devine and family, Mr and Mrs Wilbur Doege and JiMflie of Burt; Miss Yvonne OlSdh 5 and Miss Delores Stroebel »of Titonka, A2C Laurence Stroebe] and Wanda Neumah of liihcoln, Neb. ? , : ., H : Birthday Observance ' Mrs Marie Keith of Burt and Mrs Harvey Jergenson spent last week Tuesday with Mrs George Johnson in observance of the latter's birthday. This is a custom of several years, the women being old friends in the Plum Creek area. A week ago Friday another observance was held at Mrs Johnson's at which- the guests were Mrs Harvey Jergenson, Mrs Marie Keith, Mrs Harry Seeley, of Whittemore, Mrs Dale Struthers, Mrs Henry Mertz, of Wesley, Mrs Melvin Olson, Mrs Tom Sampson, and Mrs Fern Young. The guesfs provided the refreshments and the time was spent socially. Four Corners M & D The Four Corners Mothers and Daughters club »met Tuesday, Jan. 15, at Mrs Wallace Simpson's at ten a.m. A pot luck dinner was served at noon. Mn Simpson was assisted by Mrs John McNeill. The lesson was \>y Mrs Lawrence Girsch assisted by Mrs Wallace Simpson and Mrs Duane Arend. The hostess number was a vocal offering by ,Mrs' John Simpson. Lunch was served in the afternoon and consisted of the rolls made that forenoon in the demonstration, cherry pie a al mode and coffee. '., '. X* Cheri Boeckholt, 9 Mrs Walter Boeckholt gave a party January 5 in honor of the ninth birthday of her daugher Cheri. Guests were Linda Sands', Sheri Nelson, Bonnie Cook, Sandra Carr, Cindy Long, Judy Chally, Carol Peter, and Nancy and Christy Elmore. The usual ggjnes were played and refreshments were served. Jody remained as overnight guest of Cheri. SoteHty Patty Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority held its regular party meeting Tuesday evening- at the home of Betty Jo Lavlgne. Heleh Haas presided 8t the business meeting in the absence of the president, Shirley Schenck. A demonstration of the new dial telephone ssytem Was given by Mary Lou Stelnman. Lunch was served by the hostess The next regular busihess meeting will be held Tuesday, Feb. 12, at the home ! of Lavonne Peer. New Sewing Club A quartet' of -girls Diane Malueg, Di^ae Riley, Virginia Hedlund and Nancy Fosnaugh have organized a sewing club which meets each Saturday afternoon, most of thte meetings being held at Mr and Mrs Albert Fosnaugh's, parents of Nancy. Jurene Dennis has'been a member but i;« moving to White Bear Lake. Minn., with her parents, Mr and Mrs Arvid Dennis. Thilges Golden Wedding Mr and Mrs Will Thilges Sr., of Algona, formerly of St. Joe, will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Tuesday, Jan. 29, with a family dinner at the Johnson House in Algona and a reception at their home. All relatives, friends and neighbors are fnvited to attend. A Mass for the intention of Mr and Mrs Will Thilges will be at 9 o'clock in St. Cecelia's Church the same morning. Birthday Anniversary Mrs Anna Madson observed a birthday anniversary Sunday and was visited over the weekend by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. E. McCamey, of Adel and son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Raymond Madson of DCS Moines who were here for Sunday only. Joins Women Marines Janice Rochleau, daughter of Mr and Mrs C. A. Rochleau, is leaving Friday to join the marines at Paris Island,' S. C. Guests at dinner Sunday in honor of Miss Rochleau were Mr and Mrs. Leo McDonough of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Albert Pergande, and Mr and Mrs Gene Rochleau and William Leek. C. D. A. Card Party The C. D. of A. is sponsoring a card party Thursday evening, Jan. 24th at 8 o'clock in the academy hall. Admission price is fifty cents per person and there will be prizes for high scores in Bridge. 'Five* Hundred and Canasta, as well as a Three dollnr door prize. Lunch will be served. Snappy St. Joe Cheerleaders and Mrs Eugene Sehnattschnei- de-r, Algona, find Mr and Mrs John V. Hardgrove, Algona, and Arnold Meine of Whittemore. The Hardgroves and Arnold Meine are grandparents. Mrs Meine is the former Kay Hardgrove. One of the snappiest set of cheerleaders in these parts is a rightful pride of St. Joe, where the five young ladies pictured above lead the student body in support of all St. Joe teams. Front row, left to right, they are Patsy O'Brien, Jean Becker and Bertha Berte. Rear, left to right, are Kay Ann Frideres and Alma Illg. (Photo by Al Missal). Couples Club __Mr and'Mrs Bob Williams entertained the "Couples Club" Saturday evening. Members of this card club are Mr and Mrs Williams, Mr and Mrs Charles Simmons, Mr and Mrs Charles Hinken, and Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton. Mr and Mrs Ted Chris- chilles were guests. 12ih Birthday" Nancy Fosnaugh celebrated her 12lh birthday Jan .19 and had as guests at a theatre party Rosalie Hahn, Diane Malueg, Susan Shipley, Jurene Dennis^ Verna Foster, Virginia Hedlund, Mary Kay Barry and Diane Riley. After attending the show lunch was served at the home of Nancy's parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Fosnaugh. Linda Martin, 7 Mrs Leon Martin gave a party Jan. 10 in celebration of the 7th birthday of her daughter Linda. Guests were Jim Kajewski, Cindy Stephenson, Cindy Potter, Susan Potter, Nancy Youngberg and Sarah Huber. Games were played and refreshments served. Idle Hour Club Meets The "Idle Hour" bridge club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Pearl Potter. Mrs Stanley Muck'ey was hostess to her bridge club members Tuesday evening. Bel Canto Club The Bel Canto club met Wednesday, Jan. 23 with Veda Murtagh. The lesson was given by Irene Jensen and Leona Anderson. Plan Benefit Dance The St. Benedict C. D. of A. is sponsoring a dance to be held at Duncan, Feb. 26. Mrs George Ricke and Mrs Geo. Ludwig will be co-chairmen. Banns of Marriage Second banns of marriage have been read for Paul Gerad .Ste- britrand Shirley Jean Etheringi ton. Infant's Baptism Wayne Paul, infant son of Mr and Mrs Wayne E. Myei-s, was baptized in St. Cecelia's Catholic church last Sunday morning. Sewing Club Meets Mrs Cecil McGinnis was hostess to the members of her sewing club Tuesday -afternoon. Dies In Minnesota Mrs Carl Bollig of Comfrey, Minn., died at a hospital there Sunday evening. She was a sister of Mrs J. W. Schiltz of Bancroft and Mrs Angeline Haupert who died at Bancroft ten days ago, Mrs Gertrude Kramer .of Phoenix, Ariz., and Mrs E. M. Stoffel of Algona. Mr Bollig is a brother of J. W. Bollig of Bancroft. * 24 Mi. Blacktop County Roads '57 A total of 129 miles of grading graveling, base for blacktop and blacktopping will be done during 1957 in the year's county road program for Kpsuth, it was agreed last week by the Kossuth supervisors. The total blacktop mileage will be less than in 1956, but there will be more miles of base for future blacktopping. Blacktop surfacing is slated for the following townships: Grant, 2 miles; Buffalo, 5 miles; Burt, 2 miles; Union, 4% miles; Irvington, 4 miles; Lu- Verne, 6M> miles. A new bridge is slated for Seneca twp. Townships which will get grading, graveling or base include Springfield, Hebron, Lincoln, Ledyard, Harrison, Swea, Greenwood, , German, Buffalo, Fenton, Lotts Creek, Union Plum •Creek, Wesley, Prairie, Irvington, Cresco, Whittemore, Garfield, Riverdale, Sherman and Lu- Verne. Attend Baptism Attendirfg baptism services at Mankato, Sunday, for Robert Vernell Meine, son of Mr and Mrs Robert G. Meine, were Mr and Mrs Wm. Loss, Fenton; Mr All. E. Erdman Funeral Jan.<22 At Wesley Wesley — Funeral services for Alfred ^E. Erdman, 63. oi Wesley were held Tuesday at 0 a.m. in St. Joseph's CalhoHc church there with Fr. L. N. Klein officiating. Burial was in St Joseph's cemetery. H a m i 11 on Funeral Home of Algona was in charge of arrangements. Mr Erdman died suddenly lale Saturday night of a heart' attack at his home. Alfred E. Erdman, son of Mr and Mrs Bernard fcrdman, wa. born April 8, 1893 in Magdeburg, Germany. He came to'JJu United States when 17 years oltli and resided at Wesley from thai time until his death, w,ith the exception of five years spent at Curlew. He was married to Clara Con ley, April 13, 1926 at Wesley, and was manager of the lumber yard there until August, 1956. He was employed at the lumber yard for 34 years, and was well- known in business and church activities. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mary Lee (Mrs Hubert Bowman), Weisbaden, Germany, and Patiricia (Mrs Gene Wolfe), Ames, a son, Willis, Wesley, two granddaughters, a brother, Paul Erdman, of Wesley, and a brother and sister in Germany. Pallbearers at the funeral were William Hrubes, Vincent Doughan, Leroy Kleinpeter, Joe Goetz, Edward Eisenbacher and Leo Ludwig. , Jem. 54, Atgona fin.) Upp»f of the American Legion Auxiliary Jan. 29 at 2 p.m. at Lakrrta. President Fern Peterson announces. 6 Below To 39 After a short reprieve from winter's cold blasts, the temperature dropped to six below- Tuesday night, the lowest mark in the past Weeti. High tcmnfiTiture was a "bslfny" 3!) resist <vrrd Monday. Only a trace •f sn."w frll during the seven day period. II is probable the present cold -•poll will remain for several days. UDM Classifieds Pay HOG RAISERS! Creamery Board Meets Saturday The annual meeting of the Algona Cooperative Creamery is normally held the last Saturday of January, which would be Jan. 26. The meeting has been so called but the Board of Direc tors plan to then postpone the annual meeting to a later date. The directors will meet at the company office Saturday to transact such postponement, President Fred Plumb states. The later date for the meeting will be announced when it has been set. Auxiliary Meeting There will be a county meeting A NEW EASY WAY TO HELP CONTROL Nutritional ANEMIA In Suckling And Growing Pigs With GEERLINGS TERRATONE EASY TO FEED NO MIXING! NO DOSING! Feed It Just As It Comes From The Bag GEERLINGS FEED MILLS, INC., WATERLOO, IA. Phone — Write, or Pick Up A FREE SAMPLES • Of TERRATONE From The! Following Dealers Brown's Dairy Feed Service ALGONA - PHONE 190 fi Clark Grflin Co. GALBRAITH ~*PHONE 101 W ALGON^ * * 4-5 JUST IN FROM TEXAS Green Onions Large Size Bunch 5* FRESH CELLO RADISHES Bag Ik FLORIDA SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT10for39c SEA-PAK (Cooked or Uncooked) FISH STICKS 4 SNOW CROP ORANGE JUICE 6 cans $1 CALIF, STRAWBERRIES 10-oz. 5 for $1 SNOBOY GREEN BEANS .5 pkgs. $1 Giant Hershey Bars 2 for 35c Ray's Market - • .!-»• --..>.» - • - <BBBB--' • • - • • - . "•'.-•_' lots of 'em this week NEW YORK STATE PURE 5-LB. BAG Buckwheat Flour 69c ROYALTY lOc PER CAN • IVI. rEfl VMW CRUSHED PINEAPPLE........11 for J1 FROM CANADIAN LAKES - HEADLESS & DRESSED Northern Pike99c WHOLE FISH - PER POUND BH ^0 %J U. S. CHOICE SIRLOIN or ROUND STEAK POUND FRESH BABY BEEF LIVER Lb. Be FANCY BABY BEEF HEARTS Lb. Ik CHOICE CUTS BEEF ROAST Lb. 39c RATH'S RSA0Y T© IAT HAM BUTTS.. Ib. 43c FRESH ' Pork Cutlets.. Ib. 39c LAST CAW»' LUTEFISK Ib.l9c GENUINE SMOKED WHITE FISH Ib. 69e U- S. CHOICE AND QOQO BEEF QUARTERS Cut & Wrapped For Yowr Ucker Home Owned e ue ks «, Stewing rien» ...WfC/OUJ 'OK DINNER! LAMB ROAST Lb, 29c LAMB CHOPS...... Lb. 49c LAMB STEW, Lb. 9c ALL CHOICE QUALITY LAMB HORMEL'S CHILI WITH BEANS... 4cans$1 LIBBY'S 46'OZ. CANS " RICH TOMATO JUICE....... J for $1 VAN CAMP'S PORK n' BEANS NO. 300 CANS 4-brlk Pure Black Pepper B & 69c m (•*,„.- ' • i &NOBOY /yilNNESOTA-PAK (Whole or Cream FANCY CORN......... JACK SPRAT WHITE FLOUR ..L£.... PURINA DOG CHOW. WAX PAPER .,. ...11-th, lit 5 Lb. Bag 69c RolM9c CINCH'S YOUR CAKE MIXES - 5 for $1 -^^H qlj^M ^PP^^M ^^Ir ^^Kfr ^^P ^W ^I^P VPM^MRk WP "..--. . ,. ,. st",4R, * ',; * .. <£ .. „ ., ..*.t\'ft&'< - 4

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