The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1957 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 31, 1957
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3-Algona (la.) Upper Oes Moines Thursday, January 31, 195? Society Mote? Weds In Oklahoma Mr nnd Mrs Melvin RiekiMi o! Burt amiiumro the marring* 1 of their son. Maynard. t;> Mis? King, dauchter of the late Mr and Mrs Duiie Kinij of Guthrie, Okla. The mairiagp took place in the First Methodist church in Guthrie. Okla., Fritiay evening. Jan. 18. at 8 o'clock. Atton;i- Bnts were Miss Edna Thompson find Sgt. Earl Marvin. Thr b"ide is a graduate of thn Guthrie high school and later attended the Blockwood Business College, Oklahoma City. M?.y- n.'ii'd attended school in Algona until he enlisted in the U. S Army in 1953. serving 16 months in Korea. He recently received his discharge *t Fort 'Sill, Okla. The new Mrs Rieken is employed in the division office of Safeway Food Stores, and Maynard at Family Loan and Thrift Corp. in Oklahoma City. Portland Club Met The Portland Progress Homemakers rnet at 1:30 on Jan. 24 at 14 HEART-THROBS FROM RUSK DRUG We are hoping that the MEN readers will notice this ad, and if they don't we hope the LADIES will call their attention to it — 'cause here at Rusk Drug a man or a boy can latch onto a perfect Valentine gift — without cramping the money-bag. Here are just a few of our "Heart-Throb" ideas — ® A SWEET - SMELLING VALENTINE and ona that appeals, because it comes in tricky little little bottles, is our Sortilege Cologne (sniff it, nice, eh?) that has a delicate feminine just-right flavor. It's * one of the better Colognes . . . nice indeed for Milady's Valentine for $3.50 • HEARTS THAT GO ON THE TABLE are not Valentines, exactly, but if there's a party or gel-.together in the offing these tricky Heart Doilies score a hit with guests, big or little. Six inches wide, and a package of 20 at Rusk's costs only 30c @ AND AROUND A LOVELY NECK you can place a lovely Heart Necklace around a tiny wrist you can also place a Heart Bracelet . . .and here at Rusk's you can pick the size of heart you want on both. We furnish a neat box for you to give them in, which you can do for • $1 up ® HER HEART BELONGS TO REVLON , as whose lady's heart doesn'T? ... for Revlon is a beauty name ladies adore, and here at Rusk's we have a special Revlon gift — Spray Mist Toilet Water — that amuses and pleases. It sprays in a delicate mist. It's Revlon special Valentine gift for only $2.50 » AND A 'TmiMGAMAJIG' SHE'LL LIKE beoause it ends the problem of having ear rings scattered around and becoming lost one from the other. This teeny wrought iron revolving holder, in gold or black, holds 15 pairs of ear rings — and U a joy to look at, too. Nice gift for _ „ 98c - And Do Include CANDY I PANGBURN'S CHOCOLATES All Size Heart-Shaped Boxes Plus a Wide Assortment of Other Delicious Pangburn Candies rpqq**- ^VB-ry-r W'-Or* jJi J . Mrs Franz Teeter's with Mr? Ray Fitch and Mrs Bob Woods assisting. Chairman Mrs Dave Bolie announced plans were being made for a trip to visit the State Legislature in March. Anyone wishing to go must have reservation in by Feb. 15th. The iesson was given by Mrs Mennet Trunkhll and Mrs" Howard Sparks. Breads were baked and sampled by all present. In addition to the generous samples; lunch was served at the close of the mefeting, by those in charge. Shower Honors Mrs William Ressler and Mrs John Welch gave a shower last week Wednesday evening for Mrs Ryland Phillips. Other guests were Mrs John Claude, .vlrs Gordon Ditlevson, Mrs Jerry Hardgrove, Mrs Robert Hendei son. Mrs Dwaine Lighter, Mrs Arlo, Murken, Mrs Harold Shugart and Mrs Robert Scott. Brid ge and 500 were played with high score prize winners Mrs Scott and Mrs Hardgrove respectively. Mrs Phillips was honored at mother shower Tuesday evening by Mrs Dwaine Lighter. In at" tendance were Mrs Joe Barnett Mrs George Harris, Mrs Eugent- Faulstick, Mr* William Reinders. Mrs Robert Scott, Mrs Don Sherman, and Mrs Ernest Williams. 94lh Birthday ~ A family celebration was held Sunday at Mr and Mrs Robert Clark's at Humboldt in honor 01 the 94th anniversary Monday of Charles Clark. A part qf the children and families were in attendance and included Mr and Mrs Don Clark of Galbraith, Mr and Mrs Harold Stephenson -and Mr and Mrs George Johnson. Monthly Luncheon . The Catholc Action Guild will hold its monthly luncheon in St. Cecelia Academy from 11:30 to 1:15 Thursday, Feb. 7. Mrs Louis Schumacher and Mrs Alfred Grill are chairladies. ^ffl^ Algona Upp«r DM Moifitt FARM SALE CALENDAR Beverly Johnson Of Algona To Wed Wesleyan Mrs Lucille Johnson of Algona announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Beverly, pictured above, to Kendall Weiland, son of Mr and Mrs Raymond Weiland of Wesley. A date for the wedding has not yet been set. Kendall was just recently discharged from the Navy. Beverly, who is a regis tered nurse, has been employed at Iowa Methodist hospital in Des Moines. (UDM engraving). 300 At Burt Co-Op Party Burt — Over 300 persons registered, Saturday, at the open house and silver dollar day held by the Burt Co-Operative elevator. Coffee and doughnuts were served by Dorothy Becker, Marilyn Johnson, Jean Lockwood, Elsie Lockwood and Beth Miller. Selina Clifton and Lulu Hawcott were in charge of registration. Men received pliers and a gift while the women received notebooks, pencils and yardsticks. Registration awards also went to the following: Herman Bussie, Stanley Black, Mrs Bert Wermer, Mrs Wallace Hawcott, Bob Engstrom, Glenn Teeter, W. J. Stewart, George Manus, Alvin Baumgard, Ed Larson, Emil Hasse Jr., August Schipull, Bruce Graham, Ed Junkermeier, Don Reimers, A. J. Dittrner, Rudy Willrett, Lloyd Bartlett, Helen Johnson, Emil Person and Clarence Priebe. West Bend Rites For C. C. Miller Funeral services for C. C. Miller, 76, well known West Bend resident, were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 p.m. at the Methodist church at West Bend. Rev. Harold Olson officiated. Mr Miller died Sunday evening at a Fort Dodge hospital. Surviving ape 1 the widow, Ida, and five children: Ray of Fort Dodge, Vern of McGregor, Bruce of Sutherland, Kenneth of Sheldon and Mrs Sheldon Cram of Buffalo Center. Mr Miller settled in Ottosen briefly, then moved to West Bend 50 years ago, after coming to Iowa from Pennsylvania where he was born. He was a jeweler by trade, and operated his own store in West Bend for many years. He retired about jam yews ago, Farm sales appearing in the Algona Upper Des Moines will receive free listing in this column every week, and also wfll 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, 31, Thursday — A. N. Er- pclding will hold a big sale, including much excellent machinery, at the farm 4 east on McGregor St, and H3 miles south of Algona. Quinn & Reiling wil 'jo the auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, Ckrk. Complete sale de tails in UDM last week. Friday, Feb. 1 — Humboldt Auction Barn, regular sale. Friday, Feb. 1 — Algona Sales Barn, regular sale. Friday, Feb. 1 — Mrs Alice Voster complete closing out sale ' ut farm located J /4 mile west and 4 miles south and Vz mile wes' of Ringsted. Lloyd Berkland f Lyle Bensen, auctioneers. Ring sted State Bank, clerk. Sale details today. Saturday, Feb. 2 — Don Klein, 4 blocks west Elmore, Minn, creamery, Holsteins, dairy equipment, etc. Sale details in UDM today. Oldenburg & Quinn, auc ti oncers; First Nat'l Bank, Elmore, clerk. Feb. 4, Monday — H a r 1 e y Kooker sale, 3 north, 2 east, jet 169 and 18, Algona. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers; Security State Bank, clerk. Sale details UDM today. Monday. Feb. 4 — W. A. Carson, 5 north, 1 west Catholic church in Armstrong, machinery, etc. Clark & Clark, auctioneers, First Trust & Savings, Armstrong, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. Feb. 5. Tuesday — Floyd Ore jry, 5 miles west of Algona oh old 18" blacktop. Complet- losing out sale, a big sale ahY eludes a complete line of gocw .lachinerv and one of the bes -Hack Angus herds in this area Leek & Reiliag. Weslly. auction- >ers, and Security State Bank \lgona, clerk. Full details in the UDM today. February 6, Wednesday—Linu: •etersen and Virgil Jensen, com- jlete closing out sale on farm ocated 4 miles south and Vfe'mile ?ast of Swea City. Quinn & Jlark, auctioneers, and Swea City Stelte Bank, clerk. Details today. Feb. 7, Thursday — Louis Scheppmann closing out sale, 4 ;outh, 3 east, M: north of Algona. ? raser &., Quinn, auctioneers; Security State Bank, clerk. Sale details today. Feb. 7, Thursday — Mrs Bernita Solberg, complete closing OUT sale at farm located 4Vfe miles south of Ringsted. Lloyd Berk land and Lyle Bensen, auction eers. Further details in UDM Feb. 8, Friday — John Fabris closing out, 3 west and 3 north of Fenton. Berkland and Benson, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings Bank, Fenton, clerk. Sale details today. Friday, Feb. 8 — George Swa- Ive, 2 north, 1 west, 1% north of Buffalo Center, in Hebron twp. Machinery, "pigs, calves, etc. DeVries Bros., auctioneers; Ti tonka Savings Bank, clerk. ' Sale details UDM today Monday, Feb. 11 — Ernest Nau man closing out, 3 Ms south of Burt, Big line machinery, in eluding five tractors. Leek & Reiling, auctioneers, S e c u r i i State Bank, Algona, clerk. Sale details UDM today. Tuesday, Feb. 12 — Farm ma chinery sale, Ernest J. Widen, Corwith. Sale de.tails later, Tuesday, Feb. 12 — Elmer Ste- britz, 1% north, 1 east of Cylinder, Dairy cattle, machinery, etc. Berkland & Benson, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Sale details later. Feb. 12, Tuesday — Elmer Ste- britz sale, I 1 /- north Cylinder and 1 east. Cattle and farm machinery. Sale details later. Berkland & Benson, auctioneers; Cylinder State Bank, clerk. Feb. 14, Thursday — Wm. Huisman, 1% miles west of rainbow bridge at Titonka, complete line of very good machinery anr" Holstein cows. Quinn & Yimge- berg, auctioneers. . Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Feb. 16, Saturday —- Schlickel- man & Klingaman dairy dispersal sale, 41 head purebrdd and ligh grade Holsteins. Farm located 4 a /j east f of Emmetsburg Lloyd Berkland and Charles Quinn, auctioneers; Cylin der State Bank, clerk. Sale details later. February 18, Monday — Armo> Lemkee, V 2 So. Irvington, ful' machinery, etc. Youngeberg Si Quinn, auctioneers; Security State, clerk. • Feb. 19, Tuesday — George R. Davis closing out sale. Details later. Breaks Collarbone Wesley—Alan Jordan suffered a broken left collar bone Thursday when he fell on ice near the R. E. Newbrough home. He is an 8th grader and was able to continue his school work. His mother, Mrs Leila Jordan of Des Moines spent the weekend here. Calvin Coolidge was Vice President under Warren Harding, __ He became President at death in 1933. * TEXAS JUICE ORANGES B' TWO CENTS EACH MARKET SNOW CROP FROZEN TINY PEAS 2 5 33 SNOW CROP ORANGE JUICE SEA.PAK FISH STICKS Cooked or Uncooked 4 p><9 s - $1 GLACIER CLUB ICE CREAM Half Gal. 69 YOUR CHOICE "JIFFY" BRAND PER PACKAGE Cake & Pancake Mix 10 THE BRAND YOU KNOW IS "TOPS' REG. BOTTLE Heinz Catsup, 3 bottles 69 LADY BETTY WAFER STYLE - THE BEST FULL PINT JAR Sliced Pickles, 2 w 45 "WISH-BONE" VAC-PAK DRIP-REG. COFFEE Lb. 79c FANCY CORN ...J cans 89c JACK SPRAT COLORED OLEO SUGAR lOLbs. 98c Fresh Texas Carrots 11b.'bag 7$ Texas GRAPEFRUIT Red or White 10for29c CHARMIN TOILET TISSUE White or Colored 12 rolls $1 PERSONAL SIZE IVORY SOAP....8bars 49c CLOREX BLEACH...gaU9c DOESKIN CLEANSING TISSUES Half-Price Sale 1 Large Box and 1 Regular Box - A^f Both For tUto MARKET FAMOUS FOR ME AT I WORRELL'S OLD FASHIONED (Ifs Good) SMOKED BOLOGNA Jrings IS HIGHER! BUT WE ARE''LOW PORK TENDERLOIN END CHOPS....Lb. 39c PORK TENDERLOIN END ROAST. PORK LIVER... Lb. ISc Lb. 35c U. S. GOVT. GRADE "PRIME" ROUND STEAK.... Lb. 69c So Good You'll Want Extra For Your Freezer FREE SAMPLES Decker's Heavy Old Style SMOKED SUMMER SAUSAGE 49cLb, SLICED SLAB BACON...Lb. 39c CHOICE VEAL ROAST....Lb. 39c CHOICE VEAL CHOPS ... Lb. 49c HOW -DO YOU LIKE YOUR GROUND BEEF ? We think you'll really like Ray's, because we take pride in it. It's ground fresh, not from trimmings, etc., but only 'from all pure carcass beef. If we knew how to make it better we would! | | 3 LBS, 1*1 FRESH BULK KRAUT lOc Lb. DIRECT FROM BEAUTIFUL CANADIAN LAKES Walleye Pike POUND HEADLESS DRESSED MB. AVERAGE 49 4MP1BPVP ^BP ^Hp ^HP^ !P>»iMPiBI ^BpiBB)^P^^^HIiBBBBF iHp

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