The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1957 · Page 28
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 28

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 28, 1957
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4-Alflohn (la.) Upper Do* MofnM ThUrtdoy, March 2fl, 1957 VFW Auxiliary Election Held .' Tuesday, Burt fiurt — Election of officers was held at the V.F.W. Auxiliary meeting Tuesday evening. Results were: President, Mrs Br,uce Graham; .Senior-vice, Mrs Clif- fbrd Schraderj Junior-vice, Mary Joe" Gifford; Treasurer, Mrs John M. Miller; Chaplain, Florence Schichtl; Conductress* Jessie Miller; Guard, Edith Jandl; Trustees, Ella Lampe and Valeta Griese. Following the business meeting lunch was served by Mrs Estle Rentz and Mrs Fitch. The next meeting will be April 16th with Ruth Garman and Beulah Bullock lunch hostesses. This will be installation of officers. Club Activities The Fidelis Class Party will be at the home of Erma Pratt this Wednesday with Ella Sigsbee assistirig. Roll Call answered with "March Musings" and Edith Chipman has the program, The Birthday Circle met with Irma Doege Thursday afternoon and guests were Mrs Earl Rafdal and son and Lydia Manus. Carrie Larson's birthday was observed. Woman's Club Meeting : The Burt Woman's Qlub met With Mrs F. L. Pratt' Monday evening, March 18th, instead of with Mrs Ray Dremmel. Mrs Donald Patterson gave' a review of the book, ''A wife is Many Women", written by Doris Fleishman Bernays. Following the program lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be with Mrs J. D. Andrews, April 1st. The District meeting will'be at Whittemore, March 30th. -Lions Toast Cagers '-The Burt'Lion's Club was host to the Burt Commuraty School basketball players at a dinner at the school house Tuesday evening last week. Club president, H. G. McMullen introduced Jerry Garman and Alice Thompson, honorary captains of each team, who in turn spoke, and introduced "team members. ' Coach Ray Ihnen gave a statistical report of the season's record. Some 60 dinners were prepared by Wantalee Hawcott, Luella Schenck, Beth Miller, GJadys Hawcott and Genevive Graham and serving was done by Elsie Lockwood, Jean Lockwood, Betty Hiatt and Georgia Holding. .' > ' Some 35 people have made arrangements to attend the Red Cross first-aid lessons to be given at the School House with the first meeting this week Tuesday, Mar. 26. This is an 18 hour course. .' Mr and Mrs Arnold Clark and children spent the weekend with the Walter Lockwoods arid attended funeral services in Renwick Saturday afternoon for Mrs Clark's grandfather, Mrs \yilliam Hoffmann. The Clarks returned to their Akron home Sunday. The V.F.W. Sewing meeting is to be held April 2 with Florence Schichtl. Roger Steward and a friend of Fayette spent Sunday with the Walter Stewards. The Missionary Maidens realized some $22.00 from the bake sale held Saturday. Coach Ray Ihnen and George Hawcott accompanied the basketball boys to Des Moines for the weekend, where they attended state tournament. Recent visitors at the John Sewick home were Mrs Howard Black of Elmhurst, 111., and Mrs J. A. McGowan of Cedar Rapids, cousin and sister of Mrs Sewick. Mr and Mrs Milfred Smith visited relatives at Havana, 111., recently returning the end of the week. Mrs W. J. Julien of Carthage, III. spent the weekend with her niece, Mrs Jessie M. Rash. They spent Friday evening at the C. L. Webb home in Algona. Mr Julien is also visiting in Charles City. Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredson with Mr and Mrs Edward God- find children of Swea City, called on Mrs Isenberger and other, friends Saturday. Lufa Sewick who teaches at Forest City; spent the Weekend with the Art Leasons and the Jack Sewicks. Mr and Mrs Lance Riebhoff received word last Week that the sorV John L, Riebhoff, is ill with hepatitis, after having the flu. He will be in the hospital some 10 days and his address is Bassar Hospital, Room R-214, Pough- keebsie. New York. Mrs waiter Lockwood's father William Hoffman of Renwick, passed away last week and ^the following friends from Burt attended last rites at the Methodist Church' there JSatur'day afternoon: Mr and Mrs J.^L. Miller. Mf and Mrs Lance Riebhoff, Mrs E. C. Schwieteft, Mrs W. W. Boettcher and Mrs Charles Scott' Mrs Hiram Ackerman reports a collection of $166.00 was turned into the Red Cross Fund from this community. She wishes to thank air who helped on this project. . The general meeting of the W.S.C.S. for April will be hsld Tuesday, April 2nd, at the church. Hostesses are Hazel Teeter, Ruby Hinckley, Ruby Richards and .Benita Mitchell Mrs Hinckley will have devotions and Mrs Sumner Parsons, the program. The .District Meeting of thfe Woman's Society of Christian Service will be held at the new Methodist Church in Clear Lake on Wednesday, April 3rd. 13 Women From Swea-Eagle Area Tour Des Moines Swea & Eagle — Thirteen local; women joined 72 Kossuth County women on a bus -tour from here were Mesdames Ma'r- Des Moines. Making 1 , the , trip fro mhere were. Mesdames Marvin Larson, Glen Olson, Elvin Swanson, Warren Brones, Selmer Uhr, Aridy Stefanski, Elmer Pranks, George Harner, Harold Fisher, Alfred Anderson, Ray Valvick, W. B. Shipler and Rudy- Peterson. Mrs Richard O'Green and her mother, Mrs Fern Peterson were Estljerville visitors Thursday. Mrs Peterson returned home Wednesday after silveral week? at the home of her -daughter, Mrs Ted Bowman and her husband a,t Peoria, 111. • ' Mrs Ralph Walker, Jr. left Friday from Minneapolis for a visit with relatives at Minot, Kenmore, and B.owbells, N. D. Mr jmd Mrs Joe Preston and their «son-in-law and daughter, Mr and, Mrs Maynard Jensen, eind Mrs Prestori's .sister, Mrs Nina Traub of Carlisle, returned home a week ago Saturday night after two week vacation trip in the south. • Lavon Jensen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen, freshman student at Mankato Teachers College, toured with the college concert band last weekend. She plays a saxaphone. Miss Effie Eckholm of Des Moines came Thursday to the home of her nephew and his wife, Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen. She came for the funeral services of her brother, Lewis Eckholm. Melvin Eckholm of Minneapolis and Mr and Mrs Billy Eckholm, Willmar, Minn, came Friday for their uncle's funeral and made brief visits at the homes of Virgil and Maynard Jensens. Mr and Mrs Bruce Shafer and small daughter Debra Sue of Wessington Springs, S. Dak. were weekend visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Ellis Jongberg. Debra Sue remained at the Jongberg's. Mrs Shafer will teach the next two weeks at Wessington in the absence of a teacher. Mr and Mrs Marvin Larson and son Jimmie, Mr and Mrs Glen Olson and son Richard, Mrs Nora Olson, and Mr and Mrs Floyd Treat went to the home of Mr and Mrs Francis Treat Thursday night to help them celebrate their 57th wedding anniversary. A lunch was served by the self invited guests. IF IT'S NEWS WE WAWT IT 'APRIL FOOL' is just around the Corner Mr FISHERMAN,. Don't Let "that BROKEN-DOWN hard running full of old grease REEL FOOL you on the DAY you get set to go a FISHIN, Bring in your Reels NOW as it may need CLEANING - and a Part pr Two, to bring it up »o Par, Gel It In Before the RUSH, And if in Need of a NEW up to the Minute FISHING OUTFIT We Have EM at Reasonable Prices, To our customer's we have Service - Reel & Rod Parts to keep you Enjoying Fishing and stay YOUNG, We have the Largest assortment of Quality FISHING TACKLE in North Iowa, Drop in and Brouse Around We sell Minnesota Non-Res. Fishing Licenses and IOWA Fishing & Hunting Licenses B - SEEING - U, H. W. Becker Sporting Goods Algona, (across from Legion Hall) Phone CY 4-2780 w/w//////////////?//////^^^^^ CRISP FRIED * CHICKE "I 11 CREAMY-SMOOTH GRAVY FINEST QUALITY - DELICATE FLAVOR ' ' Frying WHole or Cut-Up C ;-:• :.f'"s; '': /:-' ' •' •% *£. '|>^ RICH, SAVORY, NEARLY BONELESS Makes A Hearty Meal LEAN - SLICED G < Packaged Especially For Farewqy Krafts Velvefa l I FRIED CHICKEN WITH GRAVY 2W to 3-lb. frying chicken, W teaspoon pepper,, cut Into piece* tf cup INSTAtft 1 . PBT (In dry form) J4 cup flour ; 2 teaspoons salt few. grains pepifci; 2 cups water Have chicken ready to fry. Mix in a shallow pan or bowl W cup flour, iVi teasp. salt and Mi teasp. pepper. Roll the pieces of chicken in flour mixture to coat all sides. Brown chicken on all sides in !4 inch hot shortening in skillet over medium heat. Cover and cook over low heat about 30 min., or until drumstick is tender when pierced with a fork. Remove cover and cook 5 min. longer over medium heat to crisp outside. Remove chicken and keep hot. Take skillet off Heat and drain off all drippings, then-put VS cup drippings back into skillet. Mix well into drippings a mixture of V4 cup flour, the Instant Pet, Vi teasp. salt »nd few grains pt pepper. Stir In* the water gradually. Return to heat Stir and heat quickly t to boiling. Reduce heat ana Cook slowly for 2 min., or until thickened, stirring all the time. Serve with fried chicken. Makes 4 servings. , NONFAT DRY MILK, \. Makes 4 Quarts Best 50-lB. BAG 3.49 25-Lfi. si.79 PILLSBURY'S ANGEL FOOD CAKE MIX St 39c PETER PAN - CHUNK STYLE OR CREAMY - 12-OZ. JAR Peanut Butter 35 c NORTHERN FACIAL TISSUE NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE 300 Count Boxes Ib. box TRY US FOR LOW PRICES ON U. S. CRADEP CHOICE BEEF FAREWAY FINEST MEATS STATE FAIR STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 12 oz. Jar 25* HERSHEY'S N.B.C. BUTTER CRACKER CHOC, SYRUP 1 Lb. Can GLACIER CLUB Ice Cream 59C Vz Gal. Brick NESTLES Quik "43C 19c RITZ 1 Lb. Pkg.. 35* MORRELL Lard 3Lb. Can Kraft 46 oz. cans me 2 Fastco 1 Lb. Pkgs. RED DOT 43* Potato Chips Niblet* Whole Kernel Corn 2 Ub. Pkg. 12 oz. Cans 591 FLAVOR KIST Cookies FANCY 2 Ibs 29c ASPARAGUS

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