The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1957 · Page 3
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New Teacher In Swea City School System Swea Cily-Mrs Giffnrd Smith on ?h K n l Mr t 0]iver Lindgren "n the high school faculty Until m»v h L™ , as "pother teacher "™ y , be , hlr «j. Mrs Smfth will ttach only afternoons, «md Miss Agnes Olson who heretofore has M Ug t .°'] ly half da - vs will assume TI? fl n ^ ren 's class in English, v, J ;l ln , d S rens are storing their household goods and leaving in tnoir trailer house for near Miami whore they will live until more cif-imiio plans materialize. Mr ^mdgren has accepted the salesmanship for the Ford Implement industrial Co. Farewell For Skaars Mr and Mrs Lars Skaar of (Tiint twp. were presented a farewell gift at the morning service at the Grant Methodist rliurch, Sunday. Rev. Hammer made the presentation speech expressing appreciation for th<" church record of the Skaar family, to which Mrs Skaar gave a response. The Skaars arc leaving Grant twp. this spring, but their future plans are not yet definite. Sunday, Fob. 24, the Grant Youth Fellowship will meet at the Delmar Anderson home. There will be a program and refreshments will be served. . Friday night, Feb. 22, the Junior Mission group of the Swea City Methodist church will meet at 4 o'clock. > The Methodist official board will mod Monday, Feb. 25, at the Wm. Thompson home: Ladies assisting Mrs Thompson on the serving committee are Mesdame* E. E. Stewart, G. D. Curtis, George Rolilin and Roy Rohlin. Mrs Agnes Stoutenberg, mother of Mrs Harold Jones, is a patient ot Roberts Rest Home at Algona, after having been hospitalized at Holy Family hospital. Mrs Harold Krantz and Mrs Joe Fischer are home after having been patients at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Mr and Mrs Milton Greiman have leased the Lindgren residence and will move in early this week. Mr and Mrs Alan Johnson will move td the house vacated by the Greimans. the Bapti.it Sunday School has made plans for a skating party at Armstrong, Monday evening, Feb. 25. Baptist Guild circles meet this week Friday. Group I at the Chauncy Waterbury home, group II with Mrs Gladys Hanson, and group III at the home of Mrs Bernard Peterson. Lavon and Duane Jensen were home over Sunday from college at Mankato, where Lavon is taking work at Teachers college preparatory to a B. S. and nursing and Duane is attending a Business college. Barbara Kluger was home over Sunday visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Roy Kluger, Barbara is employed as a practical nurse at the Swedish hospital in Minneapolis. SENECA NEWS The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H Club met at the home of Raymond Wilberg Monday evening, Feb. 11. The Seneca Modern Mixers club entertained their husbands at a club meeting held Tuesday evening at the Lyle England home. Mrs Robert Burl had charge of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft entertained at dinner Sunday. Guests included Mr and Mrs Gerrit 'De Waard of Wesley and Mrs Bertha Pammer of Algona. The occasion was a farewell courtesy for Dick Looft who left Monday for Des Moines where he was inducted into the army. John Johannesen spent several days at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville last week following surgery on Wednesday. The Blakjer Women's Missionary Federation will meet Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. Mrs Lawrence Johannesen and Mrs Sig Loge are the hostesses. The lesson will be presented by Mrs P. H. Jensen. Barbara England was hostess to the Seneca Sparklers at her home Wednesday. Feb. 7. Susan Sullivan, Barbara England and Sharon Sullivan presented the program. Mrs Francis Sullivan was the guest mother. Mr and Mrs Marvin Wilberg and daughter of Randolph, Neb. visited Sunday at the parental Murtin Wilberg home. They were eriroute home from LaPorte, Ind., where they had been visiting at the .Wayne Wilberg home. Mr and Mrs Raymond Kracht of Hiceville visited Saturday and Sunday with the Gotlieb Kracht's, the Woodrpw Krachts and with other relatives in this vicinity. Howard and Donald Bollig' attended funeral services for a cousin, Marvin Bollig at Hopkins, Minn., last week. Marvin was killed in an automobile accident early last week. Mrs Gene Bollig and baby daughter, who had spent several days at the paternal grandparents home, the J. W. Bolligs at Bancroft, returned home last Wednesday. A two weeks visitor at the Martin Wilberg home is little Richard Blinkman of Ringsted. Richard's parents, the Wally Blink- mans, are visiting at Phoenix, Am. Beverly Odin of Estherville visited .over the weekend with Kathryn Johannesen. Ted Jensen, who has been a patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville following surgery, was brought home Monday afternoon. He is recuperating satisfactorily. Mrs Selma Erdahl of Blue Earth visited Saturday night at the Ted and J. H. Jensen home. Mrs Erdahl, who is Ted's aunt, helped care for him while he was horpitalized. The Blakjer Woman's Missionary Federation will present a radip program over KICD radio at Spencer on Sunday morning, Feb. 17, at 1.1:15 o'clock. Mrs Amey Cherland Is radio chairman for the local society. The narrator for this program"will be Mrs Si^ l,oge with Mrs Henry Looft acting as hostess. Whittemore By Art Heidenwith Mesdames R. C. Bauer, Wm. Hrubes, Walter Pfeffer and John Bauer attended the pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon in the I.O.O.F. hall in Britt for Sally Nedved of St. Paul, Minn. They RCTompanied Mrs Ralph Baurr of Whittemore. Ralph and their 2 daughters spent the afternoon with his father, R. C. Bauer. Miss Nedved will become the bride of Bill Baufer on Monday, March 4. Mr and Mrs Eugene Swanson of Rockford, 111. were weekend guests at the parental, Henry Swanson home. Mr and Mrs Leon Swanson and family of Minneapolis, Minn, were overrule guests Saturday at the Arvin Larson home. Mrs Victor Loebig entertained a group of relatives 'and friends Saturday evening in honor of her husband's birthday. 500 was played. Leonard Arndorfer won high score prize, Herman Bode, low score prize and Mrs Elmer Thursday, F*b. 21, 1957 Algona (la.) Upper DM Molnw-9 Doughan, travel. Sunday dinner guests at the parental Henry Swanson home were Mr and Mrs Leon Swanson and daughters of Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Eugene Swanson of Rockford, 111.; Mrs Gertrude Swanson and family. Maynard Swanson and Mr and Mrs Russell Swanson and Mitchell. Mr and Mrs Joe Krieps and Mi and Mrs Al Erpelding went to Des Moines Tuesday where they will attend the "Home and Garden" Show several days. Mrs Helen Youngwirth cared for her grandchildren, the Krieps chil- dren. Al Loebig left Sunday for Beaver Dam, Wisconsin, to attend a Motor school for two weeks. Mrs Gertrude Swanson had ns her Saturday night dinner ftuests Mr and Mrs Leon Swanson and daughters of Minneapolis. Minn.; Mr and Mrs Eugene Swanson of Rockford, 111.; Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson and Mr and Mrs Arvih Larson and family. Mr and Mrs Roman Wilhelmi of Bancroft were Sunday dinner guests at the Leonard Arndorfe? home. Louisville, Ky., was named for Louis XVI of France. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SPECIAL rries No, 2 Cans Timely |) Topics "HONEY, THIS IS fHlf LAST TR8P I'M GOING TO MAKE TO THE CITY DUMP" We know there are a good many harrassed husbands in this town who once or twice a week load up the old bus with boxes of trash, a full garbage can or two, miscellaneous other refuse . . . and head for the city dump, there to toss it all into the smoke and flames. This age-old problem has been solved, although incredible as it may seem it has taken thousands of years to solve it. It is the last household chore to become modernized." Modern industry and ingenuity took the curse off most household chores years ago. Cooking, cleaning, laundry, refrigeration, house heating and air conditioning — all have been made practically automatic. Yet the most disagreeable task of all, garbage and trash disposal, remained to plague the housewife 365 days of the year. That is, until the problem was finally licked — by Gas Incineration. Fully automatic gas incinerators, easily installed, provide the answer. Completely smokeless and odorless, the gas incinerator goes to work anytime, day or night, and eliminates garbage and trash BEFORE it can accumulate around the house. And accumulated trash, besides being a health hazard, is unpleasant at best. A gas incinerator is one of the most inexpensive appliances to buy, and because there are no blades to sharpen or motor to get out of kilter, they are maintenance-free. They can be located either inside or outside the home. With a natural gas incinerator, it 1$ merely a matter of placing refuse in the incinerator. The gas flame does the rest, reducing the residue to a fine ash. (This ash, by the way, makes an excellent fertilizer for gardens). And as examples, a gas incinerator will dispose of such articles as old shoes, bones, wooden boxes, newspapers, magazines, soggy garbage, anything and everything that accumulates around the house, even metal and glass. At present, it is estimated that approximately 75,000 home-owners are in the process of installing gas incinerators, while over 300,000 already enjoy this wonderful service. For additional information on how you, too, may enjoy a "modernization" of garbage and refuse disposal, telephone 1413. WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY! F SHOP AT AREWAY AND SAVE 450 PILLSBURY PIE CRUST MIX 2 10 oz. Pkgs. 250 FROM TENDER YOUNG BEEF DUNCAN MINES - CHICKEN OR TURKEY VfeB FIGS eft A ftViJ !»«•• FROZEN HORMEL'S NIBLETS - VACUUM PACKED FULL FLAVORED Corn 2 : 290 Can 250 BOSTON BUTT - NEARLY BONELESS BUTTERTOP Angel Food Cake HORMEL'S Spam 12 oz, '(Can MAKES A HEARTY MEAL NORTHERN 390 RATH BLACKHAWK, SMOKED, EXTRA LEAN TOILET TISSUE Reg. Rolls 3 FACIAL TISSUE NEW IMPROVED CLEANSER 300 Count Boxes . 43 HUNT'S SO EASY TO FIX - Fruit Cocktail y MULBERRY SLICED 2 No. 300 Cans HYDROX 390 Sunshine Cookies 12 oz. Pkg. 330 WESTERN WONDER - FROZEN GOOD QUALITY - STRAWBERRIES U. S. GRADED CHOICE BEEF AT FAREWAY 5 10 oz. Pkgs. 1.0O A Representative of the 7-Up Bottling Company wjll serve 7-Up from 9;30 A,M, to*6:00 P.M. on FRIDAY and SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22 and 23, Come in and Fresh Up with 7-Up, Take home a 7-Up Family Pack for $1,29 plus deposit, STATE FAIR STRAWBERRY QUIK COOKING MACARONI Preserves 3 - 89C Creameftes 2 x 23c Flour Gold Medal 54b, Sack 49 GERBER'S STRAINED BABY FOOD 6 - 490 GOLDEN CRISP CARROTS Mb. Pkg. * w 50 CALIF. NAVEl 288 $111 ORANGES 2 oat 49C

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