The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1957 · Page 8
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t-AI§afto Oo.) Upper 5«* Melnw Thursday, Worth 14, AROUND ALGONA Th* Exfccuti** Board of the CV'inmuntty Committrt 1 for Girl Scouts met Wednesday evening nt the home of Mrs Helen Mikos. Mr and Mrs Bob Sigsbee and family ppent Sunday at West Bond with Mrs SiR.-bi-e's parent?. Mr and Mrs Ad.ilph Bruelim.in. —o— Mrs Dick Post was released Wednesday from St. Ann hospital after being a pneumonia patient there since Saturday. —o— Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson were visited on Sunday by Mr Hobson's brother and sister-in- law. Mr and Mrs Oirie Hobson of Fort Dodge. —o—• Mrs John Hopkins, Mrs James Merryman. Mrs Richard Norton. Mrs Rex Taylor, Mrs Mitch Taylor, Mrs Milton Will. Mrs Robert Williams and Mrs Rex Voyles have issued invitations to lucheon and card parties Thursday and Friday afternoons at the Johnson House. Mariners Club of the Presby terian church will meet Sunday evening, March 24th* instead ot March 17 as previously planned. The Soroptomist Club had a party Tuesday evening at the home of Antoinette Bonnstetter. Mrs Helen Huber was assisting hostess. Mrs P. M. Holi, Mrs Gordon Schmidt. Mrs W. D. Resslef and Mrs Don Prieskorn were hostesses on Wednesday at a coffee as a farewell courtesy for Mrs Gordon Ditlevson who is moving to California. —o— Mr and Mrs Kennelh Cowan left Friday on a vacation trip to Galveston. Texas and other points along the Gulf coast. The daughters, Patty and Mary are staying with their grandmother, Mrs H. R. Cowan during their parents' absence and the son, David is with the maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ben Bakken. The Plumber Has Gone! And he's finished installing a complete new heating plant at Ready-Mix Con* trete & Lumber Co where everything has been .remodeled . . . We're going ho have a big "Open House" party to celebrate itl f COMING MARCH 22^— 4 OPEN HOUSE 9 at READY-MIX CONCRETE & LUMBER CO. FREE REFRESHMENTS ..... FREE FAVORS $500.00 WORTH OF DOOR PRIZES Mr and Mrs Andrew Goddner returned the first part of the week from a two months vacation trip. They spent some time in Texas and also visited relatives in California. The Men's Club of the Pros- byterian Church will meet Tuesday evening, March 19 for a 6:30 dinner. The program committee consists of Joseph Skow. John Zalaznik and Donald Hemmi ngsen. Mr and Mrs Eugehft Muriagh and Mrs Dean Parrott went to Iowa City on Tuesday. The Murtaghs are visiting their daughter and Mrs Parrott i.; having a check-up at University hospitals. Mrs Charles Simmons, Mrs Craig Smith, Mrs Bob LaBarre, Mrs Jack Chrischilles, Mrs Colleen Barry and Mrs Leo Cassell attended the Ballet and Ballad concert at Emmetsburg on Monday evening. A group of eighth graders had a skating party Monday evening at the Star rink as a farewell courtesy for Paula Parkins, who with her parents, Mr and Mrs Paul Parkins, is moving soon to Brazil, Ind. i Pally, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bob Reilly. was honoree at a party Thursday for her 11th birthday. Guests were Muriel Zittritsch, Eillen and Colleen Lawson, Marcia Angle, Dianna Rentz, Judy Munger, Mary Ann Sigsbee, Marilyn Miller, Becky Wetzel, Francie Zeigler and Nancy Muckey. Dinner was served and games were played. Mrs. Lee Price gave a parly Tuesday evening in honor of the eleventh birthday of her daughter, Patty. Guests were Ann Segar, Mary Ann Sigsbee. Nancy Muckey, Judy Munger, Marilyn Miller, Kendra Seeley, Barbara Kuchenreuther, Jeanette Vigdal, Colleen and Eilleen Lawson, Pam Henderson, Marilyn Black and Judy Ackerman. Judy, daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Cowan, went to Iowa City on Friday. She was an overnight guest of Cheryll Vander Waal at Currier Hall and attended the military ball as the guest of Phillip Miller. She went to Des Moines on Saturday to attend the girls' basketball tourney and returned to Algona on Sunday with Paula and Connie Priebe. Dick, eleven year, old son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt, is recovering nicely from injuries suffered last Thursday at Bryan! school. Tn attempting to rigttl a tipping piano, Dick received a gash above the knee which re quired 24 stitches to close. He is out of school this week and gets about in a Wheel chair but it is expected that'lie will be able to use crutches soon. Algeria Upper De» Mdtntt FARM SALE CALENDAR Thursday, Mar. 14 — Wm. Schauberger will have a complete Holslein dairy dispersal sale today at the farm located ^ mile west, 1 mile south and l'/4 miles west of Ringsted. Complete derails in this issue of the UDM. It's one of the best herds to be sold this year according to the auctioneers, Charles Quinn. Clair Clark and Lloyd Clark. Emmet County State Bank of Ringsted is the clerk. Wednesday, March 20 — Robt L. Hutchison estate sale, 6 miles south of Titonka on blacktop. Machinery, etc. Sale details in UDM today. Quinn & Yunge- berg, auctioneers; Titonka Savings Bank, Clerk. Thursday, March 21 — Louie Miller sale, 3 north, 2 east, and % north of Lakota. Machinery, etc. Sale details in UDM de- etc. Sale details in UDM today. Quinn & Oldenberg, auctioneers; State Bank of Ledyard, clerk. Wednesday, March 20 — Robt L. Hutchison Estate SaJe, 6 miles south of Titonka on black-top. Featuring a complete line of exceptional farm machinery, some new. Also several buildings. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers, Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Mrs Fay Hutchison, Administratrix, Details in Algona Upper Des Moines next week. '.-* Saturday, Mar. 23 — David Smith farm machinery auction sale, at farm located at the east edge of Algona, a block north of McGregor St. on Main St. Quinn & Yungeberg, auctioneers, lowfi State Bank, clerk. Further details later. Thursday, March 21 — Louis Miller auction sale, northeast of Ledyard. This will be a big machinery sale, with 7 or 8 tractors and lots of big machinery. Quinn & Oldenburg, auctioneers, Ledyard State Bank, clerk. Full details in Algona Upper De* Moines next week.. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAWT IT GAY, DANCING FO>MALS FOR THE CHRISCHILLES STORE has now received their COMPLETE line of Spring formals for the girl's proms. We have over 100 to choose from . . , sizes 7-15 and 8-20. ONLY ONE OF A STYLE WILL BE SOLD IN EACH SCHOOL so choose yours early. I Whether it is a cocktail dress, formal, or party dress, THE CHRISCHILLES STORE has what you want. There are dresses with jackets, sleeveless styles/ and some with a little sleeve. Fqbrics are new, Soft, billowy nylon tricot and tulle, printed cotton* and nylons, and the ever popular lace and net. Prices start at $14.95 and up. You have every color }o choose from so DON'T WAIT III Come in today and choose your*. • Remember — ONLY ONE OF A STYLE TO EACH SCHOOL. See them in our show windows this week. * Chrischilles Store HiWViPMPHHHplHI^^ Girl Scouts In Birthday Sale Of Cookies A dual anniversary of Girl Scouting, including the 45th year nationally and the tenth locally. is being observed this week in Algona by local junior, intermediate and senior troops. With 285 girls and 38 leaders and assistants active locally, the Girl Scouts are conducting their annual cookie sale this week in conjunction with the anniversary observance. Money raised through the sale of cookies will be used for camping, and Scout equipment. Activities in each troop are numerous. At present, girls arij working on everything from sewing boxes, story telling, games, folk dances and invitations. Leaders and assistants here at present are: Senior — troop 12, Mrs Helen Mikes, leader; troop 8, Mrs Opal Ankeftbauer, leader, Opal Kern, assistant; troop 21, Mrs Helen Chiquet, leader, Mrs Nellie James, assistant. Intermediate — troop 6, Mrs Marge Bartholomew, leader, Mrs Ruth Bay, assistant: troop 15, Mrs Helen Mikes, leader, Mrs Darlene Feaster and Mrs Keith Rowley, assistants; troop 16, Mfs Dan Bray, leader, Mrs Ruth Sigsbee, assistant; troop 17, Mrs Grace Wibben, leader, Mrs W. M .Anderson, assistant; troop 5, Mrs Stanley Muckey, leader, Mrs Maynard Miller, assistant; troop 19, Mrs Dick Post, leader, Mrs Fred Lupkes, assistant; troop 20, Mrs Hal Snyder, leader, Mrs Earl Miller and Mrs Leo Gardner, assistants. Brownies — troop 4, Mrs Johft Fraser, leader, Mrs Robert assistant; troop 2, Mrs Chuck Hardgrove, leader, Mrs W. H. Bartlett, assistant; troop 7, Mrs Jeri McKean, leader. Mrs Everett Baldus, assistant; troop 23, Mrs Richard Carr, leader, ' Mrs Walter Boeckholt, assistant; troop 1, Mrs Art Glaser, leader, Mrs Gene Schattschneider, assistant; troop 22, Mrs Lloyd Bohannon, leader, Mrs Bless Rusk, assistant. First year Brownies.— Mrs Les Kenyott, Mrs Harlan Sigsbee and Mrs Joe Lichter, leaders, and Mrs Harold Jergensoii, Mrs Russell Rents and Mrs Ed Holacek. assistants. Mrs Robert LaBarre is chairman of the executive committee. Other members are Mrs Richard Norton, Mrs Orlan Ott, Mrs William Steele, Mrs Frank Moulton. Mrs John Hopkins, Mrs Wilbur Reinders, Mrs Opal Ankenbauer, Mrs Helen Mikes, Mrs N. J. Kelley, Mrs Don Hemming- een, Mrs Melvin Bay and Mrs trim Kolp.; Social Security A representative of the Fort Dodge Social Security * District office will be in the Court House' in Algona on Friday, March 15, and on Thursday, March 21. Anyone wishing information about social security may call there on those days between the hours of 9:30 and 2:00. Obituary Addition An error appeared in the obituary of August Heinen in last week's UDM. Survivors should have included Mildred (Mrs Walter Elsbecker), Bancroft; and Ruth (Mrs Raymond Braddock), Truro. Licenses To Wed Licenses to wed were issued Feb. 21 for Kendall B. Weiland, Woden, and Beverly Johnson, Wesley, and on Feb. 27 for Morris McCann of Algona and Leila Fuoss of Whittemore, in the clerk of court's office here. "LUCKY" Days at Sorensen Grocery \A 9$ t DOLLARS Will Be Given Away Free Friday & Sat. No Registration! No Drawings! Merchandise Specially Marked Throughout Store! If you have "Lucky" merchandise in your purchases — YOU WIN — and get a Shiny New Silver Dollar! One Dollar To A Customer! YOU CAN'T LOOSE WHEN YOU BUY THESE SPECIALS I ! ! ! ARMOUR'S STAR SMALL HAM SALE BUTT PORTION 4 to 5 Lbs U, 55 c CENTER CUTS _. IB. 89c SHANK PORTION 39c BLADELESS SMALL LEAN PORK LOINS, Whole or Rib Half Lb. 49c ROUND OR SWISS STEAK, U. S Good or Choice Beef Lb. 69c LEAN GROUND BEEF "Always the Best" 3 Lbs. 98c BEEF CHUCK ROASTS Best Cuts - 43c Lb. MORRELLS - FULLY COOKED E. Z. CUT BONELESS HAMS, half or whole -8 to 10 Lbs.... Lb. 89c SWIFT'S PREMIUM Pork & Turkey Loaf "The Best of Them All" Lb. 39c RATH'S MULBERRY SLICED BACON 33c Lb. box SWIFT'S ALL MEAT PREMIUM FRANKS No. 1 cello pkg. 45c FRESH — Rhubarb — Strawberries — Pears — Bananas — Red and Regular Grapefruit — Oranges — Apples — Lemons New Potatoes — Tomatoes — Squash — Yams — Sweet Pot atoes — Cabbage — Hd. Lettuce — Leaf Lettuce — Radishes Cauliflower — Parsnips — Turnips — Green Onions — Celery — Cucumbers — Green Peppers — Rutabagoes — Russets FRESH CARROTS Large Bags 2 for 15c FANCY - FRESH; ASPARAGUS Full Pound Bunches 35c , > ! ,1 ,1V \ EXTRA LARGE GRAPEFRUIT Reg. 3 for 39c — Special 3 for 25c IDAHO YELLOW ONIONS 10 Lb. bag 49c STANDBY - PURE Strawberry Preserves 3 for 89c STANDBY - HOME S|YU Freestone Peaches 2 .ens, 49c SNO-CROP— FROZEN STRAWBERRIES 4 pkgs. $1.00 ALL FLAVORS JELLO 3 pkgs. 23c ALCONA CREAMERY HER 2 Lb. Rolls 1.19 FANCY JUMBO SIZE CELERY 23c bunch Flavor.Kist -New Sugar Sandwich COOKIES 1 Lb. Bag 45c SAIADA GREEN TEA Lb. Pkg. 29c FROZEN NORTHERN PIKE 3 Lbs. 1.00 OIL SARDINES 2cansl9c NO. 1 GRADE - NORTH DAKOTA ' RED POTATOES.... 10 Ibs. 29c GOOD CANDY BARS.3 for Ik BUTTER-TOP - LARGE ANGEL FOOD CAKES.... 39c DAILY DELIVERIES Sorensen Grocery PHONES 4-3i*l - 4-3592

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