(la.) Upper ft* Moln* flwmdoy, March 21, 19S? . AROUND ALGONA' ' Presbytwiafi Woman's Organ- isation meets Thursday afternoon nt the church. The Upper Room services at 1:15 are in charge of Mrs George St. John and a dessert luncheon will follow. Mrs Harvey Finley will give devotions and the program. "Christ's Way-Every Day in Any Place and in Every Work" will be presented by Mrs W. F. Colwell. Mrs Casey Loss is in charge of the music. Mr and Mrs Charles LeBarre have returned from a vacation trip of several weeks. They attended a Building and Loan Association convention in Texas and also went to Florida. —o— Si. Cecelia's Parish will be honored by a visit from Bishop Mueller of Sioux City on Sunday, March 31. The Bishnp win administer the Sacrament of Confirmation after the 10:30 Mass. Mariner's Club of the Presbyterian Church will meet Sunday evening with the Hev. and Mrs M. H. Brower as hosts. The program, "Jesus Christ, Son of God". wil be given by Mr and Mrs Robert Stephenson. Mr and Mrs Gary McDonald have purchased a trailer and at present are living at Hillcres, Courts. They plan to move to South Dakota within a few weeks where Mr McDonald will be employed. Several couples participated in a party, Sunday evening, at the Moose Hall as a farewell courtesy for Mr and Mrs Paul Parkins who are moving soon to Brazil, Ind. Mrs Daniel Bray entered Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge on Wednesday to undergo surgery. Mrs H. M. Honsbruch took her to Ft. Dodge. Mr and Mrs R. M. Phillips went to Fremont, Neb. on Thursday to' visit Mr and Mrs M. E. McClain. They returned home Saturday. David Phillips, who attends Iowa State College at Ames, arrived home Wednesday for a between quarters vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs R. M. Phillips. The Rebekah Birthday Stall met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs J. P. Smith. Mrs Vic Heisrodt was the assisting hostess. Mrs Edna Harr will be hostess to the Naomi.Circle On Friday afternoon v Myrtle Turnbaugh is the assisting hostess. Mr and Mrs Truman Simpson spent Wednesday at Fort Dodge. Mrs Simpson attended a beauty technician's school. Mrs Frank Sterling was hostess to the members of her sewing club tin Tuesday afternoon. ACID • t 'Highway 61 got an acid bath, north of Welton recently, when a semi-trailer overturned, spilling several thousand gallon o! concentrated acid. 13 County Girls Honored With All-State Listing Thirteen girls from this area were selected Sunday for mention on tho annual Jack North girl? basketball honor roll in the Dos Moines Register. Patty Patterson, Lu Verne's high-scoring forward, was named to the fifth honor team. Patty scored n total of 71 points in the two games played b'y the Lionettes in the recent state tournament at Des Moines, and averaged more than 25 points per game for the season. Other girls named, all on the honorable mention list, were Kay Richardson and Nancy Hippen, LuVerne; Karen Thomsen and lona Sachs, Lakota; Karen Shipman and Jean Spangler, Corwith; JoAnn Andreasen and Louise Kimmet, Ringsted; Sharon Holberg and Marilyn Gfonbach, Twin Rivers; Donna Wood, Whittemore; «nd Donna Freeman, Cylinder. „, Easter Seals To Homes This Week Letters containing Easter Sealfc are being mailed, this week, to families in Koss'uth County. These seals help children to walk, talk and live like other children, and crippled adults on their way to physical and economic independence. Dr. R. C. Dewel of Algona, Easter Seal Chairman for Kps- suth County, urges every family to share in this worthy cause. In so doing you help the National Society for Crippled Children, and Adults in many fields: The Easter Seal Campaign which opens March 20 and continues through Easter Sunday, April 21, is conducted by local volunteers entirely, and over 90 percent of the funds raised stay in thf Stftl«, of Iowa with out own coarity'feceiving its proportionate share. Officers serving for the society in Kpssuth County, with Chairman Dewel include: Mrs Lorene Trenary, Ledyard, 1st Vice Chairman Dr. Robert Hofton, Algona, 2nd Vice chairman Miss Anna F1 o m. Wesley, Secretary R. E. Stewart. Swea City, Easter Seal Chairman Mrs E. C. McMahon. Algona, Publicity Chairman Rusher, Diekmann Top Bowlers Bob Rusher and John Diekmann topped the keglers at Hawkeye Lanes this week. Rusher tossed a 235 line and Diek- Tnann ha*A. 803 series which in- udBd stfSS line. Other men over 200 included Elmer Peterson 204, Stan Johnson 216, Jim Walker 202, Chuck Davis 218, Clayt Pittman 213, Hank Furst 200. Paul Engeh 225. Chuck Mullin 217, Julie Baas 223, Bob Skill ing 202, Mufl Potter 224. John Rash 204, Jake Thilgea 212, Joe Donahue 203 and Cliff Bensehoter 202. Studer's Stock Farm and Ready»Mix Concrete remain in the ntiblbef one spots in the American and National leagues, respectively. Wallaces Farmer Editor To Speak Art Thompson, editor of Wallace's Farmer, will be the featured speaker at a banquet being planned for Saturday. March 30, by the Kossuth unit of the National Farmers Organization, starting with a 6:30 meal at the Burt high school. While dinner tickets are $1 each, everyone is welcome to hear Mr Thompson's talk, which will begin about 8 p.m. without charge. Tickets if desired can be obtained from any NFO member with a deadline for ticket purchase of March 26. To Shift Sentral School Setup For '57 - '58 Year A completely revised schedule of operation for the Sentral Community School district has been announced for tha 1957-58 school year by Supt. K. M. Chase. All high school work will take place in the Lone Rock building as one unit, with about 176 enrolled. First grade and kindergarten will also be handled there. Sentral Junior high will be operated at Fenton. with about 77 in the seventh and eighth grades. Fenton will also house a kindergarten through 6th grade. At Seneca the building will be used for^ a grade school exclusively, kindergarten through sixth, plus the present Lone Rock second through sixth grades going to Seneca. Enrollment Ranks First in 6 of 9 .. ••..'. - ~ . _ , in 1956 Iowa Corn Yield Test 1 ' • In thfe qnly of37c/olcorn yield test in Iowa — conducted by Iowa State College — Pioneer hybrid* hold the highest yields in 6 of the 9 districts with 4-year averages. Pioneer holds 15 of the 43 first places for 1,2,3 and 4 year rankings, while none of the ' 52 other seed com producer*have more than 5 first place*. Plant Dependable Pioneer Seed Corn fie OR CAU R, I, Mawdsley Algona C I. Bailey ..... ^ Algona Aaron Steussy ., —.... Algona •Mpmt Kollasch „,,,„ w , Bode Harold Jonw ........ Swea City . «!• ?, .jLt *, jW Ji — ^ • .^fc» ,... Swea City Voudt ,.-.., Whittemore ^,,,_ Wesley will be about 150. Teaching personnel will be reduced from 37 lo 31. Elective subjects in high school will be increased to include chemistry, shortland, Latin, speech, advanced shop, advanced home economics, bio-'' logy, bookkeeping,., and advanced algebra. . LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mr and Mrs Danford Schmidt and family of Washington, D. C, are here visiting at the parental Art Zumach and Fred Schmidt homes. Sunday for supper Mi and Mrs Danford Schmidt and family, Mr and Mrs Art Zumach, Mr and Mrs Edwin Luedtke and family, Mr and Mrs Joe Olson oi Thor, and Mrs Lewis Peter of Algona were supper guests in Whittemore at the Carl Peter home Ruth Zumach R. N. at Sioux City spent last . weekend at the .Art Zumach home. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer entertained Saturday evening, Mi and Mrs Clarence Martin, Mrs- David Beck,Sr. and David Beck and Wendell Condra. Mr and Mrs Rolland Baxtei and family were at Ruthven, Sunday, for dinner at the Robert Baxter residence. Mr and Mrs Don Damann and son Dennis ot Emmetsburg called here af the Baxter home in the evening; Margaret Fischer visite'd at home from Wednesday till Monday at the home of h'er parents the Delmar Fischers. Thursday evening supper guests at the Fischer home were Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Donnell and Mr and Mrs Richard Kratp of Bancroft Mary Hurlburt visited Saturday afternoon with Jane Ellen Christenson. <fe v Rachael visited ' with Cheryl Krause. Jane Ellen spent /overrate Saturday with Mary. Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt visited MRA^ay evening at the; Alfred Scjijadendorf home. Rtjth: Schadendorf of AJgona spent the weekend at home. Mr and. Mrs W. J. Cotton were dinner guests Sunday in Algona at thgtefpe of her mothfer, Mrs H, E. Mqfljan. Mr and Mrs A. A, Krueger entertained for dinner Sunday, Mi and Mrs E.' A- Lee and family, Ml" and Mrs Ronald Christenson, and family, Will Christenson and Mrs PauJine MpGuire of Algona. < Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus entertained in honor of their daughter Jane's |2th birthday Friday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and Toni of Burt Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehill Sr. of Algona, Margaret Pittpierand Bob Angus. LgwrfHb Geitzenauer, Ralph t i&vte^jPI&Aclrew Thomsen and ay Laabs attended a special elevator meeting in Meson City Friday evfninfi. Mrs A. A. Jfrueger entertained Mark Juhuaua and two of hi* classmates Friday . afterfcajfll her home as there was no school in honor of Mark ,%nt» moved to Osage cfh SpturdaJivTht two classmates wera T8fhmjr Geitzenauer and Ronnie Beh rends. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and family, Mr and Mrs Dean Jfcrgen- son and family of Algona were dinner guests Sunday 4f the Frank Flaig home. The dinner was in honor of the birthdays of Mrs Jensen and Mrs Jergenson. Mrs Olenn Householder, Gloria, Dennis, Peggy . and Susie Pettit visited Miss Mary Palmat wrhi is a patient at the Lutheran hos* pital in Fort Dodge. Her foofh number is 218. Mr and Mrs Frederick Schulte and Dawn, Mrs Rose Kraft were Sunday dinner guests a't the Clarence Kraft home. Mr and Mrs Dennis Priebe and son Barry moved over the weekend to the Art Priebe residence. Mr and Mrs Harry Kurtz ol Lake Mills, Wis. visited over the weekend at the Leo Schmidt, home. Sunday the following friends and relatives called at the Schmidt home surprising Mr and Mrs Schmidt on their 15th wedding anniversary, Mr Robert Schmidt, Sr. and Mike Rouse ol Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Danny Schmidt and son of Washington, D. C., Mr and Mrs f . J. Sullivan/ Mr and Mrs Art Kracht of Armstrong, Mr and Mfs Woodrow Kracht, Mr and Mrs Ray Kracht of Riceville, Mrs G. Kracht, Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Robert Schmidt. Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer all of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Robert Reidel, Mr anj Mrs Herb Haackbarth were evening callers. Diane Hovey spent the week-, end at the parental Arden Hovey home, Diane is employed at the Fairmont Community hospital in Fairmont. Dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs Hovey entertained Mr and Mrs Clarence Hovey and daughters of Arm- strong, Wayne Meyer of Burt. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson and family attended ft feirthday party for tfttir grihdioh, LylS Thompson, Thursday evening tt the Warren Thompson home it Swea City. Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Russell Thompson and family of Burt visited at the Walter Thompson home. Sunday afternoon Mrs Lillie ThompSdn and Neva called there and ift th$ evening, Mr and Mrs S. M. Orvick of Elmore were callers. Harlan Blanchard spent Thursday at Rochester receiving a check-up. Mi and Mrs Donald Blaftchafd and family were supper guests at Swea City Wednesday at the El* mer Frank residence. Mr and Mrs Charles Staudt and girls visited over the week-end at Vermillkm, S. D. at the home of his parents, the Walter Staudts. ; Mrs Letha Webb and sons of Algona spent Saturday and Sunday at the M. O. Richard home. Sunday afternoon Mr and Mfs Russell Shipler and family of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and family visited there. In the evening the Kenneth Richards visited in Titonka at the Shipler home. • Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer ind girls called in Algona at the wicker Brothers home. Mr and Mrs Eldin Marlow visited at the Wm. Kading residence Friday evening. . Mr and Mrs Hugh Lewis ol Lakpta visited with the Wilfred J^adigs Sunday evening. t " Cresco Chums i Cresco Chums 4-H club met- March 4 at the home of Theresa and Donna Thilges. Sheryll McNeill gave a demonstration. Correct fitting of shoes was led by Ann Smith. The personnel from Elva & Jessie's Apparel Shop stave a demonstration on "The Correct fitting and Choosing of undergarments. Mrs fhilges lifted & delicious lunch. Quest tnothtrs were Mfs Bill ^ Schneider, Mfs Art Qft«5« fchd Mn Jim Belch. Ntw P.O. Heun Gfl orders from the Post Office Department there will be no mail dispatched on Saturdays after 6:45 p.m. the clerk on duty will leave at seven o'clock instead of seven-thirty as he had done in the past. Therefore any mail to go on the evening train must be in the office by 6:45 p.m. Weekday dispatch will be as usual when the test pickup of mail in the office is 7:15 p.m. Send your Easter Seal contributions to: "Crippled Children, in care of your local postmaster." cotmcit The City Council met In regular session F*6. 87. istff with Mayor Cato- eron C. Shiefk. In the chalrfand th« &"S??"f S'SS. 01 ^ Vi**uAi Eugene "? 1 t * < * n "• !*»«*. Afftbld I W , John Dreesman. V T,.,,.The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved m «> tln « . South street Councilman Richardson reported the manhole oa East Meowgor had been Installed and completed Council dl»" w 8ken Resolution placing tht Council on record opposing the gas rate inoreiSS requested by, Northern Natural Oat Co t> w f * P«*ed and adopted. Resolution approving quit claim deed running from the City of AlgofU to John T. MoGuIre was pawed SnS'l'pJ proved. .' ' » - . t"-:- Resolution concerning no "U" turns at the Intersection of Dodge & Call a ? d f*x*8* «">d Neb. was passed and adopted. • , • ' The Mayor declared Ordinance No. 386 duly adopted. A proposed Ordinance designation McGregor a through street was defeated. Cutting of a tree at Intersection of Thorington & Call was referred to, the Street Committee. Resolution authorizing Chief of Police to Install short-cut to highway 14 signs was passed and adopted. » Recommendation establishing truck routes through Algona was referred tmc* for forth** «tudy. r*qwsittn* Cooks Scrap Iron to *tep ail Junk car* within anc* No. 887 was Introduced 1f from Lloyd Bohamton asking it thf df»- Council woaid be interested id an in rl»K Insurance for parking rtteters was read and no action taken. Chief of Police was granted permission to receive bids on a new Police C«f. • »• . Granted beer permit to Larry's fie' creation Center. Builders permit granted: No. 2893 John Erpelalno, No. £694 Chester Call Estate, No. 8895 John Larson, No. $898 Peter Halsrud, No. 2891 Homer Dodde, No. 2892 Mike Arend. Eliza Angle builder's permit was tafled. Joe Heidencheidt builder permit wa« rejected because it was In the fire tone. Proposed addition to the City of Algona was referred to Planning & Zoning Comm. Appropriating Ord. No. 927 tUattal Governmsni fusd Or. Cameron C. Shlerk. Salary . 150.00 Albert Boekelman. salary 37.tO David A. Smith, salary 122.62 Fern Drdne, refund IB.fS Huteell's, office supplier 1.60 Upper Des Moines Publ. Co- legal pub. „„ ll.fll Koch Bros., office supplies 20.32 Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., service ,. 8.65 Chester M. Schultz, expenses ... 28.20 8ir««i fund Jess E. Lashbrook, salary _._*_. 137.03 Albert Pergande, salary _ 115.45 Glenn P. Burtls. salary 115.<I5 Richard Frambach, salary ost.65 Raymond W. Met Zen, Jr., salary 9bA5 Donald Prew, salary 113,45 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 50.00 Kohlhaas Hardware, mdse. ... 31.40 Northwestern Bell Tele. Co.. , service 8.50 Kossulh Motor Co.. repairs 28.62 Mergen & Webster, painting signs 19.28 Ky's Oil Co.. gas 95.63 H. J. Cowan, air comp. & op. 18.00 Stotnac Motor Express, frgt 18.43 Henke Mfg. Corp., broom cores rewound 164.19 Cltle* Service Oil Co.. fuel 'oil 28.88 F. S. Norton & Son, mdse 1.50 Public Safely Fund Albert Boekelman, salary 145.97 Richard H. Croon, salary _ 138.37 Ernest W. Hutchison, salary 141.37 Peter C. Jorgenson, salary 124.37 Kenneth J. McBrlde, salary 113.07 William 1. Ankenbauer, salary —118,07 Iowa State Bank, withholding tax 63.70 City Clerkj advanced cash . 1.95 Dr. C. C. Shlerk. expenses .„„ 29,60 Upper- Des Moines Pub. Co., legal pub 7.40 Ky's Oil Co., gas .-.._ -105.40 Taylor Imp., repairs , 61.52 Northwest** service ti«»»...-«« Ira Kohl. .MAf? -» Ralph Reakus fftlrn£f*, JftS** ' Reiner Hetmrf*, jfwr .. C?orge Wfelg. Jr., Tabor RfalOT* Ifelmers, mdie. .-^ Norfh*»e*tetn Bell Tet*. «Sf fetomac Motft¥f:*ffr*iii, fiff Albert .Baa». fcallirx 1 -------« Teresa Norton, Mllt$ ... Or. F. E. Sawyer, it-fit *>. City Cl«rh, n<3v -James A. Rgll. Fred Gronbfrch. o,<.™. r .-.--,— Iowa State Bonk. witht»Wln« tax --> —»— Kv's Oil Co., <llstflla1* W'. C. Bi-own Sttpr>ly Co.. Wrench Mlnti.-fton^ywell ftpjj^iiator Co., dltf. on v«lw ..-. „.,..-.-Debt S«rtte« Fund Mrs W. L. ^ri'p'iw'i'yftjjtj*" Algona MuniHpal Utfl., water hay's Jack S)ir*t Stow, mdse. Parkins M»l*t Fund naymond 3. Krpbs. salary Nancy Sands, onlmy - ----Iowa Slate Bank, wtlliholdlng tax •- i van . m.os 47.11 163 . SB .00 3.80 148.05 . 78.00 2.79 83.74 33.71 300 132.98 78.05 31.90 Sally Ann*s A Patties* 00 • ANGEL Enjoy Luscious H IN SMARf MODERN ** PATTfRN Drink Save " ^^^^^^^•'••MBiiSBwi LARGf 14*02. CAK6 I A. •toSf* i*» ^ PRICES FOP MARCH 22-23 Q<j*Mrirr ffioursReserve J» WHITE LIUY LB. BOX If. S. CRAPED "GOOD" BEEFSTEAKS RIB or SIRLOINS *> .OREGON-PARKBAUj SWISS or ROUND u, 303 CANS' FANCY »CEP Devil'* Dplight SHOULDEK POT ROASTS t , PBE8H—I'UKE GROUND BEEF Lbs. 98c OBIOUI , SKINLESS FRANKS Lbs. 89c PEESH SLICED PORK LIVER 2 u,,29c flREEN OUIOMS mXXZE&E ^Ki. ,^^F Iftii^M ^H^^^^ ^^h^lr Pus \9arn » * 2*^25' '' " ScyI;aQ%. 3)49 *!PW8^CORN <•. A ' ' 10'QZ' *' Z • ov ?• c •p F A. 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