The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1957 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 31, 1957
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(fa.) UpfH* tet Moinw Thursday, January 31, 195? ttEfei Mrs Russell Picket! Sunday at St. Joseph. Mo., ti--f former atU-nded a M* end Mrs W. L. Snodgress have returmf'd from a three w-e#*» vacation which was spent »' New Smyrna Beach. Fla. Mf and Mrs Harry Ward were Visited over the weekend by their S**n and daughter-in-law. Mr and Mr* Kendell Ward and son Kevin. Mr and Mrs Alfred Scherer are rhoving February 1 to their house at 410 South Phillips street from their place at 6.27 East Oak street. Mr and Mrs Lou Robfnson had as dinner {UK-MS Sunday their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Airs Leo Elmore and family. Mrs Louise Peter is able io be up and around again after being confined to bed and chair. She has been troubled with an ulcer on the leg. Mr and Mrs Matt Kapp and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Russell Pickett were visited last week by Mr and Mrs Sterling Loguc and son Mickey, of Omaha, Neb. Mrs Logue is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Kapp. Mr and Mrs Ed Ruhnke were dinner guests Sunday of the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Geo. Sehuler at Whittemore. Mrs William Sengbusch does not improve- much from her arthritis and is confined to bed. Sho has been a case of long standing. Stephen Kenefick, student at the Jowa State College, Ames, spent (lie weekend with his parents. Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick. Mr and Mrs Dick Posf were visited over the weekend by the laiti r's brother and sister-in-law. Mr and Mrs Maurice White of Des Moines. Mr and Mrs John Rich drove Io Albert Lea Sunday and visits ed the former's niece and husband, Mr and Mrs H. L. Vando Grift to whom a son Brian was recently born. Robert R. Kain whose wife is the former Carol Schilrnoeller, has returned to his ship the U.S.S. Isherwood at San Diego, Calif., having concluded a thirty day leave. He joined the navy a year ago last December, and will be dismissed a year^ hence in December. 4fM~V. Swensen Groc. PILLSBURY BEST FLOUR 5Lbs.49c 10Lbs.93c STANDBY PURE GRAPE JAM 20 oz. jar 39c FANCY JONATHAN APPLES 4Lbs. 49c STANDBY CHUNK TUNA - 7 oz. con 2 cans 59c WHITE SAIL j 12 ROLLS TOILET TISSUE - 3 wash cloths free ... 1.00 STANDBY FANCY FREESTONE 2 FOR SLICED PEACHES......... No. 300 size can 59c BAKER'S SHREDDED COCOANUT - 4 oz. pkg. 2 for 25c TEXAS-SWEET GRAPEFRUIT - (full of juice) doz. 39c FRESH SHIPMENT BULK CANDY .- .: , - •• . :•• » * . u ,» a j, v. i' • i -.-•'• SPICED MIDGET JELLIES - CHOC. OR SPANISH FUDGE ' MARSHMALLOW PEANUTS - ORANGE SLICES I Choice - 25c pound CARROTS ' 2 Lge. Bags 19c MORTON Ice & Snow Melting SALT 5 Lbs. 23c HORMEL'S SPAM 39c can Fresh-toss Salad — Endive — Broccoli — Green or Red Cabb. — Celery — Cues — Tomatoes — Radishes — Hd. Lettuce — New Potatoes — Green Peppers — Parsnips — Turnips — Rutabagoes — Yams — Russets — Cocoanuts — Avacadoes — Grapes — Limes — Oranges — Grapefruit — Cranberries — Bananas — Lemons — Tangerines — • Red Rome, Delicious Winesap Apples. STANDBY SAUR KRAUT FREE with SWIFT/S PREMIUM FRANKS 1 1b. cello pkg. 53c WORRELL'S PRIDE - EXTRA LEAN CANNED PICNICS ................ 3lb.Can 1.98 j_;__ _.'_- '• ___ , ______ •_...' ___________ * MOJWm'5 PRIDi - "FOR FLAKY PASTRIES" PURE GOLDEN LARD ....... ....3Lb.Tins 69c OVEN READY ~ HOME PRESSED YOUNG DUCKS ..... ...4 to 5 Lb. Size Lb. SSc FULLY COOKED - "SWIFT'S" " BROWN 'N SERVE SAUSAGE .. ..... box 44c U. S, GOOD OR CHOICE BEEF CHUCK ROAST...... choice cuts Lb. 49c "THE BEST IN TOWN" LEAN GROUND BEEF. .............. 3 Lbs. 98c ANKENY BROS, BULK COTTAGE CHEESE... fresh daily Ib. 23c AH MEAT RING BOLOGNA... ................... Ib. 49c FRYERS - FROZEN FISH FAT HENS - FRESH OYSTERS LAMB VEAL Sorensen Grocery ^jppMsPJf _^P^P^§WV '9~w9 Phones 138 -139 Golden Wedding Here February 3 Mr and Mrs Myren Alderson, pictured above, natives of Kossuih county, will observe their Golden Wedding anniversary Feb. 5, and u dinner for the immediate family .will be held Sunday noon, Feb. 3, at the Johnson House here, after whuch a reception will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. for friends and relatives. Mr and Mrs Alderson were married at Fenton, Iowa, Feb. 5, 1907, at which place they farmed for several years. Later the Aldersons moved to Colorado Springs, where they lived for six years before returning to Iowa, where they again farmed. In 1932 they moved to Ruthven where they*.were in the cafe and service station business for 15 years. When their two sons went into military service, they disposed of their business and moved to Algona, where they made their home until six years ago when they moved to Belmond and went back into the cafe business. The two sons of the couple are Ray Alderson who operates Alderson s Truck Line in Algona, and Arnold of Belmond who is m business with his folks. (UDM engraving) Mr and Mrs Alfred Scherer and family spent Sunday at Cylinder with Mrs Sherer's parents, Mr and Mrs John Fude. Mr and Mrs Ray Schilmoeller had the letter's brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs A. J. Miller of Granville, as guests Saturday. Mr and Mrs Tim O'Brien and Ann had Mr and Mrs Bert A? Morse and Lou Bonnoff of Clear Lake as guests Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Gate Stockwell had their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs William DeKruif and family of Mason City as guests last week Sunday. Mr and Mrs Lowell Lenz had the Rev. and Mrs James Warren; of Ringsted as luncheon guesisi a week ago Monday. The Rev; r Warren was transacting business] Mr* and Mrs Duane Riley and! David and Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch spent Sunday at Lu- Verne with Mrs Anna Goetsch and Arlie and Mr and Mrs William Goetsch. Mr and Mrs Brad? Rovn are- being visited by Mrs Rovn's mother, Mrs Josephine Thompson of Minneapolis. She came a week ago and plans to be here another week. Dr. and Mrs Karl Hoffman of Algona became grandparents for the second time Jan. 23 when a* daughter, Letha Ann, was born to Mr and Mrs Al DeCj-ain at Alexandria, Va. Mr and Mrs Tony Schmitt drove to Perry ten days ago to meet their daughter, Mrs Larry Cpppotelli and daughter Lori, of Millidgeville, 111. The visit was concluded Sunday. Mr and Mrs Don Sherman spent Saturday and overnight at Mason City with Mr and Mrs Al Cowan. They left the children at Britt with Mrs Sherman's parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Boughton. Kirk Hayes and Julia Bourne, students at Drake University, Des Moines, spent their between quarters vacation with their respective parents, Mr and Mrs John Hayes and Dr. and Mrs M. G. Bourne. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Riedel and family were supper guests last week Sunday of Mr Riedel's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Ralph Riedel at Ringsted. Friday evening they were guests of Mr and Mrs Moqnt Kinseth. A meeting of the Northern district of Lutheran churches was held Monday in the new Grace- Lutheran church at Fort Dodge. In attendance from here were the Rev. and Mrs O. Leonard Nelson, Mrs Anna Presthus and Mrs Kenneth Seely, the latter 1 two of whom are delegate and alternate. Mr and "Mrs Clayton Percival left last week Monday for San Francisco, Calif., to attend a National car dealers convention. They will be gone till February 2. Mrs Percival's parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Christensen of Royal are here to stay with the children during the absence of the parents. Mr and Mrs Harold Roth were at Rolfe a week ago Sunday to visit Mrs Roth's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs William Kemna and to see her brother Peter Haag of Whittemore, who is convalescing there from a recent heart attack. He was hospitalized at St. Ann and later went to Mercy hospital, Fort Podge. Dr. and Mrs Ray Potter recently spent somet time at Schaller with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don McDonough. Mrs Potter accompanied Mrs McDonough and little son Jimmy to Rochester, where the chil^ h,a4 a check-up. He had an attack of polio some time ago and has made very good recovery, •The check-up verified that he is itt very good condition. . Mrs Herb Hedlund had major surgery Saturday at the Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge. She is making good recovery. Kevin Schmitt, a student at the State University at Iowa, spent last weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Tony Schmitt. James Van Allen who atends Creighton college, Omaha, Neb., spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Van Allen. Mr and Mrs R. J. Siephenson are going to Waterloo to spend the weekend with the former's parents, Mr and Mrs J. W. Stephenson. Mr and Mrs Harold Cowan and Mr and Mrs O. B. Harmes have returned from a vacation of several weeks at Phoenix, Ariz., and points in California. Girl Scout troop 5 of Algona recently made a gift of; toys to the children's ward at St. Ann hospital. Leaders of the troop are Mrs Stan Muckey and Mrs Maynard Miller. Mr and Mrs Gordon Schmidt and children Nancy and Michael were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Schmidt's parents, Mr and Mrs Cliff Hoover. The Hoovers have as guest, Mrs Elbert Dunn, of DeWitt, Neb., sister of Mrs Hoover. Mr and Mrs Mallard Snyder returned last week from Iowa City where Mr Snyder had a check-up at University hospital. He had major surgery last June and is making very good recovery. Mr and Mrs Dale Ruling of Des Moines are parents of a new son, James Byron, born Jan. 25 at Iowa Methodist hospital, weight 11 Ibs. 6 ounces. The mother is the former Harriet Vining, daughter of Mrs Myrtle Vining. Mr and Mrs Fern Huling of Britt are the other grandparents. The 'baby is also a great- grandson of Mrs Ida Nickerson of Algona and the late Mrs Hattie Witham of Algona. Funeral services were held Saturday at Pocahontas for Mrs May Viktor, 67, mother of Mrs Hubert "Pete" Deal and were attended by Mrs Celia Deal, Bob. Deal and Mrs John Deim. Mrs Viktor was found just outside her home where she had fallen on the steps or had suffered a heart attack. She had not been * too we.1,1 for some time. A bruise of the forehead was evidence that she had been knocked unconscious and in the sfevere weather, was frozen as well. The Deal children had been here with Mrs Deim while the mother was at Pocahontas following the summons there. Mr and Mrs Ronald Stephens spent Sunday at Lone Rock with Mrs Stephens' buother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs William Zumach. Mr and Mrs H. E. Siephenson and Mr and Mrs Arthur Glaser spent Sunday at Mallard with Mr. and Mrs Howard Stephenson, son and daughter respectively. Mrs Kalhefine Speehi is now home after being in the hospital and at Forest City where she convalesced at th^\home of her daughter, Mrs Harry Larson. Mr* Pete Halsrud had as guesis at dinner Monday noon Mr and Mrs Oliver Bakken, Anna Everest and Florence Kortum. It was given in honor of the birthday of. Miss Kortum. Mf and Mf« Paul Deitman were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Roy Paulsen of Celar Lake, Minn., arid Mr and Mrs Howard Bleikfield and children Jimmy and Eunice, of Armstrong. -The women are cousins of Mr Dettman. fefelyn Cady has received word from Mrs C. A. Pannkuk of Fairmont, Minn., that she and her husband are vacationing at Lake Wells, Fla. They left shortly after Christmas "Mr and Mrs William Ankenbauer have moved here from Ft. Dodge and have taken a house at 808 East South street. Mr Ankenbauer has been added to the police force. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson were visited Monday by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Don Mertz 1 , of Grand Island, Neb., and J. B. Mortz, of West Bend. They had been at Washington, D. C., SHUCKS! I got some inside dope on the new 1957 Ford trucks ... got a little bit of info on the changes they've made . . , and I'm a- sayin' that I just ain't going to be happy with my old truck. Why, these new Ford trucks got new body styles.thai widen 'em and give you 25% more load capacity, and I ain't going to like sitting in my old truck cab any- _ more, not knowing about those new Ford truck cabs. I might meet you into Kent's Friday, , lookin' these new ones over, boy I SEE THE 1957 FORD TRUCKS FRIDAY AT KENT MOTOR CO. FREE COFFEE ALL DAY FRIDAY CLOSING OUT FARM As I have purchased a Gamble Store at Northwood, Iowa, I will quit farming and sell the following described property at public auction ot the highest bidder at the farm located 2 miles north, 1 mile west and I'/z miles north of Buffalo Center, Iowa, on FRIDAY, FEB. 8th SAWS , TP START AT 12:30 O'CLOCK The Reformed Ladies Aid will sell lunches at the sale. 100 FEEDER PIGS Weight about 75 pounds each; 2 round hog feeders; Hog Feeders with doors; 500 gallon water lank and fountain for hogs and on skids. 2 hog houses. 35 HEREFORD CALVES Weighing about 500 Lbs. each; 1 MILK COW; 1400 LAYING HENS CALIFORNIA WHITES 2 Brooder Houses; Feeders, Wate.rers; Some 10-hole and 15-hole nests. ' FARM MACHINERY, ETC. McCor.-Deering Deisel tractor 5 years old; M tractor, 12 years old; John Deere Model L Spreader, 3 yrs. old; Case Tractor, 5 years old; Case Plow, 3 bottom 14" on rubber. 4 yrs. old; 2 tractor cultivators, 2 rows; Case plow, 2 bottom. \B" on rubber, 2 yrs. old; John Deere 15 foot disc. 2 years old; 4-section drag, 6 years old; McCormick-Deer ing seeder. 2 years old; John Deere planter, 3 years old; McCormick-Deering 10 foot field cultivator, 3 years old; Humboldt stalk cutter, 2 years old; Jj « Giant 4 »- f °°t elevator. 4 years' old; McCor mick-Deering 6-foot combine with motor, 3 years old; 2M corn picker, 6 years old; John Deere 9-foo t windrower, 3 years old; 2 wood wagon boxes; Steel wagon box, 5 years old; 2 rubber tired gears; 2 flat racks; Steel wheel wagon; 1949 International pickup; Gehl hammer mill, 5 years old; John Deere 7-foot mower, 3 years old; Case side rake, 2 years old; New Holland baler, 5 yea rs old; Manure loader with snow bucket; V shaped snpw plow; 40 foot extension ladder, new; 140 gallon gas barrel with hose; 240 gallon gas barrel with hoses, new; 100 gallon Diesel fuel barrel, n ew; 2 feed bunks, 1 new; Fanning mill with motor; Hoist for elevator and speed jack; l'/ 2 horse gas engine; Water tank, new; Stone boat; Hay slings; Tractor jack; Forney welder, all complete; Tracto r Sprayer; Hand sprayer; Potato digger; t>ne gallon ice cream freezer; 8 hole ice cream freezer, good f or deep freeze; Several rolls of cribbing; Gqpd chicken coop; Chicken feeders; Quack digger; Hog crate; Platform scale; Sheep bunk; Pig feeders; Pig waterers; Iwp 100 egg size incubators; Two 500 chick size brooder, gas; 2 hog troughs; 2 post hole augers; Stone boat; Many other articles. SOME BALED ALFALFA HAY AND STRAW USUAL TERMS — Cash, or make arrangement s with your banker. No property to be moved until settled for. We will not be responsible for any accident that might occur on the grounds during sale time. George Swalve, Owner DeVRIES BROTHERS, Auctioneers Titonka Savings Bank, Titonka, Iowa, clerk Rafael Mendez World's Greatest Trumpet Virtuoso Guesi Soloist With Algona High School Band on Tuesday, Feb. 5 8:00 P.M. i Soloist with Denver, Hollywood Bowl and Other Symphonies. 6ueit en "T«ost of the Town", Red Skelton, Art Linkletler ai\d Meny Other TV Shews. Concerts in Rome, Paris and Other European Cities. Oewa Recording Artist. On Pawl Whiteman and NBC Symphony Radio Shows. ADMISSION: $1.00 Per Person Call or Write to Russell Gutter, Band Director, ' • Algona High School

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