The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1957 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 21, 1957
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3-Aleonc (la.) Upper &•* MelnM Thursday, feb. SI, 1957 Many Udyard Musicians Rota Topi At Me City L«d?ard — On Feb. 16 about 600 students from 38 northern Iowa schools took part in the first grade and junior high instrumental music contest held in Mason City. Ledyard Community School sent 17 solo entries and one ensemble group under the direction of G. Dale Canfield. The resit Its.,were ns follows: Superior ratings—Virgil Wall- fntine, Jafte Egesdal, Betty Her- *og, Ann Carpenter, Linda Nit/., tJanet Smith, Roger Green, Dean Logeman, Bruce Rhoda, Tom Buseh, and Jim King. - Excellent ratings—Pamela Keil, Sharon Klooster, Nancy Herzog, Sherry Klinksiek, Dale Brandt, Gary Jurgens, Beth Johnson, Sandra Johnson, Carol Runks- meier and Gloria Pingel. : Roalsons, Swea ^ City, Back From 6 Weeks Trip ».• Swea fe Eagle — Mr and Mrs Merlon Roalscn returned home Jjfhursday after a si* weeks vacation trip through the southern States and California, spending the greater part with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs § ichard Roalson, Long Beach, alif. Enroute out they visited Mr and Mrs George Nyman and B ev. and Mrs George Pearson, alias, Texas and Mr and Mrs Chester Farrington and Mr and Mrs Richard Sabol, Phoenixj staying at his parents. Mr and Mrs Walter Schmicking became parents of a son born Wednesday, Feb. 13, at Esther ville hospital. Mrs Marvin Sanders was given a surprise birthday party Sunday night, Feb. 10, by friends and relatives. Attending were Mf and Mrs Wm. Sanders and son Roger, Mr and Mrs Wm. Wiskus and sons, Mr and Mrs Paul Sanftner and son Jimmie, Mr and Mrs Harold Carr and son Maurice, Mr and Mrs F. M. Koons and son Michael, Mr and Mrs Walter Magnuson and daughter Sharon Mr and Mrs Ed Jensen of Algona were Sunday visitors at the home of their daughter and her family, the Cecil Thoreson's In the afternoon the Jensens and Thoresons visited Mr and Mrt J. M. Jensen Ringsted. Mrs O. L. Thoreson and Mrs Cecil Thoreson will be hostesses on Thursday afternoon of the Lutheran Ladies Circle. Dianne Hovey, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey, Lone Rock has completed her nurses training course at Lutheran hospital, Marshalltown and will begin work at Community Hospital, Fairmont. ! honor of Mr and Mb* Fred Thacker who spent a few days in Titonka. Those present were Mr and Mrs J. L. tntefmfll, Mr and Mrs Bradford Bufiington and Mr and Mr* Louii Natk Mrs J. R. Hill returned home Thursday from Ade4 after undergoing surgery at Des Moines. She had been recuperating at Adel at the home of Mr Hiirs psrentf. Dr. G. J. Sartor of Mason City spent Thursday visiting his parents Dr. and Mrs Pierre Sartor and sister, Mrs Mary Oesterreicher. Mrs Viola Swan spent Thursday with her son and family, Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Carol Ann and that evening she went to visit another soft and family, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Swan, Virginia and Dough-las. Mrs Arthur Boyken entertained her sewing club Thursday evening with 11 members present and one guest, Mrs Dwight GareU. The Buffalo Towttshlp Homemakers met Friday, Feb. I6,%at 1:30 at the Ed Brandt home with Mrs Dale Higgins assisting hostess. The lesson was given by Mrs Wm. Boyken and Mrs Wm. Nothwehr. The Titonka Federated club £ Mrs W. A. Stoutenberg enter- Id Roberts Rest Home, Algona, last week Thursday for an in- Sefinite stay. Mrs Stoutenberg has been making her home with her daughter, Mrs Harold Jones. £ Mr and Mrs, Kenneth Patter- eon became parents of a son born Jfeb. 14. The baby weighed 6 pounds and 2 ounces and was named Steven. * The Grant-Go-Getters met Sat- flrday afternoon, Feb. 16, at thq aome of Judy Westcott. Recreation was in charge of .Marcellaj |anssen. Mrs Gordon Westccrct- and daughter Judy served lunch. «='Mr and Mrs Emil Larson re- geived word their granddaughter, 5ay Marie McCoy-underwent a tonsillectbmy last week Wednes-, $ay and is doing nicery.' Kay is a daughter of Mr and Mrs J. Arnold McCoy, Decatur, 111. 'I Mr and Mr,s. .Alvin >. Swanson and hi£lrcatbwv sMrs^Christena Swanson fle$: jecently vto visit £ e lattpr'^, daughterVfand son-in- iv, Mr aiid MW.Limyopd Brannan at Houston, Tex. "Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson entertained Sunday afternoon in honor of their son Duane on his »th birthday. Guests were Mr tp4 Mrs Harry Tish, Mr and Mrs Emil Larson, Mr and Mrs Francis Torine and Larry and Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson. v Mr and Mrs Francis Torine and son Larry, -Mrs Fred Hudson and Children Billy and Jayne of Fort Oodge were Sunday noon dinner giiiests of Mr and. Mrs Perry Torine, Bancroft. Francis and Mrs Hudson aife children of Mi' and Mrs Perry Torine. f«Mr and Mrs Carl Rath are having a closing out farm sale Vlis week on farm near Armstrong, They are retiring from firming and will move to Arm- Srong. Dickie Rath who is in the navy stationed in Alaska is expected home at an early date, Deck's wife and their three chil- dren'plan to go to a new loca- ($on with Dick. They have been TITONKA NEWS Terry G. Schutjer, son of Clarence Schutjer and the late Mrs Schutjer enlisted in the U.S Army and left from Mason City Monday, Feb. 11. Members of the third grade with the help of their teacher Mrs Harold Gartner, were host? to their mothers Friday afternoon. Wednesday evening Mr and Mrs Frank Fisher entertained in Grocery Specials ADVERTISED IN THIS MONTM9 SECTION SPRY , ,.,i 3 Ib. can _„_ ^__ Regular A VEL _„*•- 4 for 98c Active Dry Yeast FLEISCH- A IJI. -- MANN'S « for 11C 'Thrifty Three's" KARO Syrup CA A 5 Ib. can OwC NESTLE'S Choc. AE^ Morsels, Pkg. fcUC NESCAFE 6 oz. jar ROBIN HOOD FLOUR, | AO 25 Ib. bag I u9Q CREAM- O 4K* ETTES *lb. boxWC met at the home of Mrs fiflt Fisher with Mrs Gladys Rood fii cwhostess. President fot tfti coming year and other officers who will take over in the fill are Mrs ftosina frueidell; vtee president, Mrs Fern Boekelmaft; secretary, Mrs Dorothy Nothwehr; treasurer, Mrs Theresa Baade; historian, Mrs Kathryn Sexton; and executive board member, Mrs Marcella Wenger. Mr and Mrs Donald Baade of Titonka are the parents of a baby son Ryan Douglas, born at the AJgona Clinic Friday, Feb. 15. The baby weighed 6 Ibs, 14 02. The new mother and baby will leave Saturday and go to her grandmothers home in Algona Mrs Frank Ostrum, where she will be cared for there. She was the former Janice Ostrum of Algona. Mr and Mrs Menno Everdihg and daughters and Mr and Mrs Jay Arnolds of Lake Mills were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm. Everding and family. Henry Van Hove accompanied Charles Beed, Sunday, on a trip in the southern states. They will go to Louisiana where they will visit relatives and on the way- home will go to Fort Sill, Okla., aftd visit Mr Van ttove's son, Carroll. They expect to be gone 10 days. Mrs Ben Franzen undefwftftt surgery at Rochester Monday. Algona Upper Bet Molfttt 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.ttl. 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 tipper Des Moines. ThuMday, Feb. 21 — Lars Skaaf sale, north and east of Swea City, complete line power machinery, 19 WHtefacft JteiJers, Qulnn and Ynngetferg, Mgtiofieers, Ledyard State Sank, Clerk. Details last _ tf, ffb» If -. Kehfwth Bu*eh estate, Gwled, complete closing out, including 93 Mad hogs and good machinery. Quinn & Olden berg, auctioneers; State Bank of Ledyard, clerk. Sale details in UDM today. details next week. Ttiftt&f , f efc. 26 — Russell Harris sale, 1 W., 2 fc. and 2 W. of Whittemore. Complete closing out. Lloyd Berkland and Jay Afnold, auctioneers; Farmer's State Bank, Whitteraore, clerk. Sale details today. Wedawday, Feb. 27 — Wm. Broesder complete closing out sale starting at 1 p.m. at the farm located 2 miles west and 4 Mi miles north of Jet. Hy. 18 & 169, or 3 miles west and 3V4 .miles south of Burt. Complete line of machinery, 35 shorthorn cattle, 20 Duroc sows, 30 feeder pigs. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers, Iowa State Bank, clerk. Details today. Wednwdty, Feb. 27 — John O. Hanson sale, full line machinery. 3£ east of Livermore, Anderson & Kleve, auctioneers; tanners State Bank, LuVerne, clerk. Sale details 1ft t«)M today. nuMtlV* F*& 28 —. P* 3. Sen- iltf, complete line machinery, etc.* >4 wist and V4 north ffom Main St. ifi Bancroft. Firinett & Trader* Bank, Bancroft, clerk; Qtrfnn ft Yungeberg, auctioneers, TlWWdtf. Ma*. ?-*W. H. Meyer auction sale starting at 12:30 o'clock at the farm located 5 mi. west and 4 mi. north from Jet. Hys. 169 & 18 at Algona. Complete line of machinery, 14 light steer and heifer calves are included in the sale Which will have Quinn & Yungeberg a* auctioneer* and the Security State Bank of Algona as clerk. Full dMails in UDM later. " Livermore News A son was born Wednesday to Mr arid Mrs Frank Reding at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Reding 11 the former Elizabeth Noonan, daughter of Charles Noonan and the late Mrs Noonan and Mr Reding is the son of the late Mr and Mrs Mike Reding. They now have 4 sons and 4 daughters. Richard Kohlhaas and three children were Friday visitors at the Marvin Reding home. Mrs Lucy Conley, Mr and Mrs Lyle N*i«of» and Mr and Mrs Vern Tbohey and family of Lu- Verne attended .the funeral services of Mr fhelon at the Ctth- olic church in Milford Monday morning. H* is the father of Mrs Conley and Mrs Toohey. Mrs Veronica Roethler of Algona visited a few days^ this week with her son Harold Roethler and family. Mr and Mrs Jack Uhlenhake and family of Meehanicsvilld spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Tom Mc- Dr. arid Mrs R. W. Beardsley visited Sunday with their soh-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Joe Cayou in Ames Sunday. Relatives from this area, who attended the funeral services of Frank Devine at the Blessed Sacrament church in Sioux City were Frank V, Devine, J. L. Devine of Britt, Bernard Devine of Woden, L. W. Johnson, Helen Johnson, Carrteron, James and Charles Devine of Algona. An ingot is a piece of metal cast into convenient shape for handling. Algona Upper Des Moines ftas the largest circulation in Kos> suth county of any publication. "*» * * I f 1 -J -f -f Tf f .. • WE'VE CHOPPED OUR PRICES For WSifelttS** 11 * 9 * Birihday CIL U.S. GOOD BEEF SALE XT*. SWANS 90WK INVENTS A CAKE: ~1 Ch>ps of Real Apples right in'the mix OFF APPLE CHIP CAKE •••**• \ MIX ...:'i.Y, % i*Vo-<^ IIAX-ONlX ' ••»v77 _ «j« -• 7* •-*•- Shoulder POT ROASTS LB.39 TENDER RIB STEAKS ROUHD-SWISS -SIRLOIN STEAKS ..J" LB. RIB BOILING LB. Friday, Saturday Prise* , February 22ND and 23RD Quantity Rights Reserved ?TOP - SHOP COUNCIL OAK M SEE OUR DISPLAY *' OF FREE GIFTS HILEX Bleach _ qt. I9c COUNCIL OAK STORE A > V if t- lOU^VR CUT GREEN BEANS irFANCY CUT •WAX BEANS SUPER MARKET BRAND •.%-':;, : -, FRESH FROZEN GREEN PEAS 10-oz. Pkgs. 2 for PORK ROASTS » SWIFT'S ESSEX SUMMER SAUSAGE SWIFT'S ORIOLE SLICED BACON Lb,. 100% Pure FRESH GROUND BEEF 3 LBS. \ s> SUPERB FRUIT COCKTAIL if POP MORNING LIGHT Whole Kernel or Cream Style 303 Cans For .5ALAD BQWL .*T •- w How Mweh Of A Loan Did Ycu W«nt.. ?" Don't be »p surprised! Whether your financial problems K ore lergt «f wnoll we will be glad to di«wss yowr neecU $ wiiil ««u'in itiict confidence, Yoy'll find ovr bankloon ke way to borrow mousy Ojnfldentiol Accommodating i^rATPM t\ I &* lowo POTATOES NO. 1 REPS - WHITES 50 IBS. 1.69 19C Headquarters For Quality Potatoes At a Price S i»ir»jc <w 0 APPLES I *•$, !£*?/ Fancy Winesaps CALIF. PASCAL CELERY U«rji ttdk SUNKIST NAVEL ORANGES FRESH OREEN A 4 F< ONIONS L 15 ' .; • ' •' W-^T IE6AL CRAHAM CHOCOLATE COATED POUND. SAVE THOSE PINK CASH REGISTER TAPES WHEN YOU SHOP AT YOUR COUNCIL OAK STORE BEAUTIFUL HANP FAINTED DINNER- WAHE AND STAINLESS ST^et WTCH. IN TOOLS NOW AVAJLAftLE THRU OU« "FREE OJFT PLAN." UO&E FREE GIFTS AVAILABLE SOON ADAMS UNSWEETENED Grapefruit Juice 46-oj. can , .. BwMast Prunes . B-Z PRESERVES „,, ,, RIBBON QUO Lb. 19c ROBIN HOOD FLOUR 5CHB. BAG •*•>"*".'* '*"*

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