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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 14, 1957
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f ~ Algona (la.) Upper DM Molnei Thursday, March 14, 1957 Start Plans For Sentral's New Hi School Scntral Community school di«- trift directors and Supt. K. M. Chase were to mert today (Thursday 1 ) with architects to discuss plans for She new Sontra! high ?ch--x:>l. following a successful vote last Saturday on the $450.000 bond issue for construction of the bviildinc. The vote was 5o5 in favor, and 340 against, with seven spoiled ballots. It was the ninth vote on the proposition. This time. a majority of 62'T favored the bond issue. Construction will take place on a corner on the blacktop road between Lone Rock and Fenton. two miles east of Fenton and three miies west of Lone Rock. The location is also six miles straight south of Seneca. Original plans, drawn prior to the first vote in March of 1955, will have to be revised. They were drawn with a site in mind that was at another location and would not completely fit into the accepted corner location. Sentral voters generally were breathing a sigh of relief — the matter is settled: no more bond issue votes. The school will serve Fenton-Lone Rock-Seneca high school pupils, leaving the present schools for elementary school purposes. Algona To Lose M.D., Gain Dentist Algona will lose a doctor, gain a dentist, and has had one business change in announcements made the past week. Dr, Robert Horton, medical doctor here for the past seven years, has accepted a residency at University of Minnesota hospitals in Minneapolis, in obstetrics and gynecology, and will probably leave here about June 15. His office building has been sold to Dr. John Schutter. Dr. J. H. Harris of Radcliffe, la. will soon open a dental practice in Algona, in the office building above Blossom Insurance Agency on North Dodge St. The space is now being remodeled. He is married and has two children. He has been practicing at Radcliffe for the past four years. Walter Fuoss, Whittemore, has purchased the Nash Garage on North Main St. from Russ & Ky service'' and is now in. possession. He Will continue the Nash agency here with Bill Green in charge of the service department. The former owners retained the building, selling only the garagK business. LuVerne Girls Wind Up With 22 Won, 5 Losses Glrnda Nicholson and her •Vlaynarrt males Fklelined Lu- Verne, Rfi-60. in the second round of the pkls state basketball tournament in Veteran's Auditorium at Des M o i n e s Thursday, Mar. 1. Miss Nicholson personally accounted for 61 points (Hiring the afternoon on one of the greatest displays of shooting ev^r witnessed in a state tournament. Her total came on 21 field goals in 25 attempts and 19 free throws of 29 tried. Maynard. which later fell to Garrison. 47-46. in the finals, was on top of LuVerne. 31-12, at the quarter. 51-27 .it the half and 71-41 at the three-quarter mark. Nicholson notched 25 points during the opening round. The shooting of Patty Patterson of the Lions was terrific. Patty poked in 13 long field goals and added 10 free tosses for a total of 36 points- during the night. Maynard's defense under the boards forced Lu- Verne to shoot from outside, and the Lions hit almost half their shots during the contest,' but couldn't halt the shooting of Nicholson. Mary Toohey was Patterson in scaring Lions with 16 points. The Lions returned home by caravan Sunday afternoon and were given a rousing welcome by about 500 loyal fans.: in the high school gym. LuVerne finished the season with a 22-5 won-lost- mark. next to for the Not05 Delphian Society Meets The Delphian Society meets with Mrs Lloyd Robinson on Tuesday, Mar. 19, for a 1:15 dessert luncheon. Mrs John Hayes will report on the book, "Russian Journey." by Chief Justice Wm. Douglas. KC's Father-Son Banquet Tonite Tfte father and ion banquet sponsored by the Algona Knights of Columbus will be held this evening. March 14. at the K.C, Hal] here starling at 6:30 p.m. Msgr. P. P. Gearen will be toastmaster. and Father C. A. Ahman, now of Arcadia, will be a guest speaker. AAullin & Lynk Take Pin Honors Chuck Mullin and Louie Lynk were the top keglcrs at Hawk* eye Lanes this week. Mullin tossed the high line, a 225, while Lynk had lines of 201 and 200 while chalking up a 600 series. Other men "over 200 were Chuck Davis, Whitey Voigt, Ed Weig, John Intermill, Jack Lickteig, Bill Robinson, Jerry Ferris, Chan Dailey, Harold Lampright and Al Hasse. Harry McMurray Burial Monday Last rites for Harry McMurray, 76, Algonan who died Sunday evening, March 3, at Glendale, Calif., were held at 2 p.m. Monday in the Presbyterian church. Rev. M. H. Brower officiated and burial followed in Riverview cemetery. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers at the funeral were Al Amunson, Lyle Mathes, Marc Moore, Fred Geigel, Ed Wolcott and Don Nelson. Mr McMurray was a contractor here before. his retirement in J948, He and his wife were visiting in California > at the time of his death. Survivors include his wife and two brothers. Lampright Has 620 Pin Series Harold Lampright was top man in single line and series count at Hawkeye Lanes last week. High line was a 234. He also had a 204 line and a 620 series total. Other men over 200 included Bay Cook 203. Jim Walker 200, «a* Wdig -S02, J "DwYgfct Cook 203, Harry Greenberg 204, John Intermill 233, Bill Koppen 211, Stan Johnson 200, Jack Hagg 214, Harley Hutchison 201, Ernie Godfredsen 208, Les Kenyon 202, Joe Murray 203, Jim Reed 202, Pete Koenck 204 and Don Gross 200, 201. 219 Line For Thilqes, Larry's J. Thuges topped the keglers at Larry's this week with a 219 line. Other men over 200 were Don Winkel 218, Matt Amfahr 209, Al Wittkopf 200, C. Benschoter 210, Soup Briggs 208, O. Petersen 217, M. Eischen 203 and J. Elbert 200. The ,KCs and Zender's maintained their leads in the Mondaj Blue and Tuesday Purple loops Plum Creek Elite The Plum Creek boys 4-H me! at the Eugene Gardners on Mar 5. Reports were given by Mike Kain and Donald Madsen on preventing pig losses. ' -'\ Guests Of Browers Guests in the home of Rev. and Mrs Brower Friday evening were Rev. anil Mrs Hensman Smiclt of Hurt. Rev. and Mrs .Harlan Kruse and children of Lakota, and Rev. and Mrs Clifford Nordeen and family of Lone Rock. Soroplimist Party Members of the Soroptimist International of Algona enjoyed a social dinner and party Tuesday night at the home of Antoinette Bonnstetter. Assisting hostess tyas Helen Huber. Mission Society The Missions society of the Regular Baptist church will meet Friday afternoon with Mrs Roy Vanderoff at Burt. Beatrice Fedelleck, a missionary to Ger- lany will be guest speaker. Meeting Postponed Portland Progress Homemakers meeting has been postponed one- week and will be held on Mar. ,8, at Mrs Earl Shipler's with .ssisting hostesses being Mrs Tom Trenary and Mrs Harold Jecker. Card Club Hostess Mrs Minnie Matern was hostess o the members of her card club ast week Wednesday evening, ligh score prizes were won by Mrs Matern and Mrs L. A. Wincel. Mrs Walter Lichter won ravel prize. To Attend Meeting Rev. Brower, Al Agena, Joseph °>kow of Wesley, Alwm Huenhold nd Beecher Lane will attend the National Council of Presbyterian nen in Chicago ,Mar. 15, 16 and 7. Plan N.F.O. Banquet An evening dinner and meet- ng at which Art Thompson, ditor of Wallace's Farmer of Des Moines will be a guest peaker, is being planned for Saturday, March 30, at 6:30 p.m. at Burt high, school, by the Kosuth county N.F.O. unit. Tickets are for sale by township chairmen or members, or may be obtained from Alfred Schenck, Algona, treasurer of he county unit. J. P. Court Fines Three persons paid fines in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court during the past day. J. B. Buter, Delavan, Minn., paid a total of $39.40 and costs on two counts of axle overload; Homer G. Gregory, Algona, paid $5 and josts for permitting an unauthorized minor to drive; and Orlind E. Steil, Algona, paid $5 New Asst. For Graham Store Jan, A. Masmar, Oskaloosa, has been appointed assistant manager of the Graham Dept. Store here, and assumed his new duties Monday, it has been announced by Brail Wright, store manager. Masmar has been head of the men's wear and shoe departments in the Oskaloosa Graham store, His father, Max Masmar, was store manager here in the thirties, and now heads the Clarinda store. Masmar is married, and has a young son, Craig. Photographers To Receive Honors $Jels and Kay Isaacson of Isaacson's Studio in Algona will be honored by the Photograph- em' Association of America when ih^t group's convention is held 1 * at Washington, D. C, March 3489. JEach will have a photograph Oil display at the convention and will Deceive merits toward the leer's degree, About 5,000 photos were seat in by photo- and 1410 selected -for DAVIS Now SeUnllftc' WICK-FID PUNTER Isaacson has entered an Enchantment", while lS8»CSOJ»'s entry is "Rafael Add Fire HPWS Jnstal system it is for installed ays nr*' prevfutive ondMwwk»x 27«J Ideal plonter % African Violets and olt Hoys* Plant,. Special rafftrveir «teref voter for doy» -^foarotass wick fads m&tur* jn earns* quantities AHow* air topMWtrote to r«***~NO Drip, *WHF IMPMP R&WM i^i^WWwP IWSWMiy IB <£&» of Mien, 4 b* 6H» is- DAVIS PAINT 8 EAST STATS ST. Violates Stop, Cars Collide Cars driven by Jens Sorensen of Algona and Rosernnry E. Kinnetz of Calmer collided at the corner of east State and Phillips streets here at 8:25 a.m. Saturday. Sorensen was turning west on State from Phillips street, while the other vehicle was traveling east on State at the time. There was no damage to the Kinnetz vehicle and an estimated $50 damage to the Sorensen car. The Calmar driver was given a ticket for going through a stop sign by Policeman Ray Krebs, who investigated the mishap. Retriever Trials Retriever trials, sponsored by the Northwest Iowa Dog Club, will be held this Sunday, Mar. 17, beginning at 9 a.m. six miles north and 2 1 .^ miles east of the junction of highways 169 and 18 at Algona. The public is invited to attend the trials. Local members of the organization are Don Hemmingsen .Craig Smith and Dick McAlpine. LANDMARK The tower of the Methodist church at Clear Lake toppled recently, as workmen razed the building. It's been a familiar landmark there for over 60 years. BBll «X SALT away EXTRA SAVINGS At RAY'S DR6SSIN6 £X >^ * ' - ~ 39c QUART JUST ARRIVED! GENUINE CANADIAN SMOKED WHITEFISH! Farms For Sale FOR SALE — 160 ACRE FARM in Union twp. Fair buildings. 20% down, balance over 4 years. Possession this year. Walter Rich, Algona. 11* FARM MANAGEMENT Farm Appraisals Farm Sales NELS J. ANDERSON Field Representative FARMERS NATIONAL CO. Phone CY 4-2706 FOR SALE — FARM — 5 MI. north of Milaca, Minn, on Hwy. 169. 160 acres — 100 acres field. Good set of buildings, water system, electricity, telephone. This is one of Mille Lacs county's bettor farms. Total price $16,000. Reasonable down payt. Terms. Buy from owner and save commission. Immediate possession. Write — Lloyd H. Anderson, 339 N. Central Ave., Wayzatai Minn. 11-12 FARMS FOR SALE — 120 A., all tillable, well tiled, hog tight, in highest productivity, all relimed this winter, new 3 bedroom ranch type house with garage, outbuildings in fair 1 condition, paved cowlot. 2'/4 miles from Catholic high school and church in Chickasaw County. Priced at $300 per acre. Write to: Box 217, Alta Vista, Iowa. 11-13 FARMS FOR SALE 160 A. Mod. imp. a buy at $275. 80 A. mod. very best $425. TRADE—I have two good farms with modern improvements to trade for good business or income property. Geo. D. 1 Freeman, broker — Phone 21146 Emmetsburg. 11-12 man you "Extras" is right... and you'll find them only in Wolverines and in the right places. Sfyfe No. 721 extra wear When you want man;si?e wear — here's a work- shoe with plenty of it. Made of naturally tough Shell Horsehide lor miles more wear, extra comfort ,,, Although tough for extra wear, Wolverines are actually soft as buckskin ... Triple-tanned that way by an exclusive process, They dry out soft, too! extra value Wolverine shoes give you this extra long wear and extra softness at no extra cost to make them the top value for your workshoe dollar* I I 'Hot-Shots' ROYALTY BRAND CRUSHED PINEAPPLE 11 cans 100 LARGE 46-OZ. CAMS HUNTS TOMATO JUICE 4 cans 1.00 REGULAR SIZE CANS VAN CAMP'S TUNAFISH 5 cans LOO JACK SPRAT FRUIT COCKTAIL 5 cans 1.00 ASSORTED KINDS CINCH CAKE MIXES 5 Boxes 1.00 JACK SPRAT COLORED OLEO 4 Lbs. 1.00 FRANCO-AMERICAN IN CHEESC-TOMATO SAUCE SPAGHETTI 2 \ 2 S A REGULAR 45e VALUE BIO 2-LB. BOX CREAMETTES 29' THE CHEESE YOU LIKE VELVEETA 2" 79 JACK SPRAT FAVORITE FLOUR 5 Ib. bg 39 BRACK'S WINDOW BOX CANDY. 3 bxs. 89c Regularly 39c Each 400 COUNT Kleenex J for 79c Assorted Colors MRS. TUCKERS Short'ng 3 Ibs. 79c Pore Vegetable SMOKED DIFFERENT Sardinettes Large Size Can SUGAR 10-Lb. BAG Limit 1 Pleasi M EATS CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS Extra Nice and Lean 59< Ib. End Cut CHOPS - Lb. 39c I SWIFT'S QUALITY Vi-LB. PACKAGE DRIED BEEF Pkg. 29c II HORMELS POPULAR ALL-MEAT MIDWEST WEINERS Lb. 39c II HORMELS "VALUE" A TOP QUALITY SLICED BACON ...Lb. 49c FRESH GROUND TRY THIS RICH HAM LOAF Lb. 49c Wilson Picnics BONELESS AND READY-TO-SERVE Per Pound C •4-.. I I CHOICE BEEF ROAST Lb. 39c RAYS GROUND BEEF 3 Lbs, 1.00 GOOD SELECTION BEEF QUARTERS U. S. Good and U. S. Choice SPRING FRIES FRESH DRESSED (Also larger Fryeri) EACH BIG JUMBO SIZE HEAD LETTUCE 2 for 29c Bottle of Salad Dressing FREE RUBY RED OR WHITE GRAPEFRUIT lifer Be FROZEN FOOD SPECIALS BOOTH'S TASTY LOIN PERCH FILLETS Lb. 29c SEA-PAK (Cooked - Uncooked) FISH STICKS 5pkgs.$l DUNCAN MINES CHICKEN OR TURKEY PIES .5for$l "YUM'> FROZEN STRAWBERRIES.... 5 pkgs.$l House-Cleaning Specials! THIS IS THE NEW ONE I COMET CLEANER.... 2 f or 29c MRS. STEWART'S NEW FREE PLASTIC DISPENSER I GLASS CLEANER both 59c LARGE ECONOMY SIZE DEXOL CLEANSER 79c FREE COUPON INCLUDED GLOSSTEX quart 29c SPECIAL 15c OFF DEAL JOY 2for59c 'Gudbrandsdals Gietost' Direct to Ray's from the Land o* the Midnight gun, Norway, comes this unusual Cheese. 'Gudbrandsdals Gietost'. go cherished is >| that it is Norway's National Cheese. Entirely and completely ferent! gerve in leaf-thin slices on crackers, waters, bread, toast —- - ,..,-„»- Lb. MARKET

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