The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1957 · Page 23
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 23

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1957
Page 23
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Kossuth Boy, 7, Reads By Braille •-- tip.-- .... ,..„.-. Thursday, ApHI 4, 1M7 Algeria (la.) Upptr DM Meln*»~9 Pictured above is Roger Erpelding (left ct-n tor) reciiing from a Braille slorybook ai the Braille and sighlsaymg school at Vinton, Iowa. The seven year-old boy is a son of Mr and Mrs William Erpelding. Roger, above at the head of the table, is reading to a group of delegates visiting the school, "re also C ^n r tli above" Whltchcad ' first on lhe ri « ht ' and Durward Hutchinson, principal at the school, other rtfdJ^^ St J ° e and LuVerne " They have four Mr « R ° E( ; r 4u °^r ? f - lhe . lo P in his class and his ability to read is second grade. He attended kinder- a flower lover " 1S now a first grade student - H e is also talented in music and is Braille letters are represented by various combinations of raised dots, and for youngsters whose gh 7 ™° rn 0 m ° th ° d GnableS thGm l ° Cnj ° y readlng l ° Ae fullest extent ' Mrs Ear! Shipler Hostess To Portland Club Portland — The Portland Progress club met at the home ol Mrs Earl Shipler with Mrs Tom Trenary and Mrs Harold Becker* assistant hostesses. Lesson 'was given by Mrs David Bolie and Mrs Mennet Trunkhill. A vote was taken on what lessons the club members preferred for the coming year. Mrs C. L. Young was in charge of a paper nnd discussion on "Basic Concept of Freedom." At the close of the meeting a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be April 17th at the home of Mrs Tony Jandl. About sixteen women of Portland and Titonka gathered Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Hazel Carroll to plan a shower for Gladys Harms, who will be married in April to Lauren Hansen of Titonka. Miss Harms is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Harms of Portlandi The Kick-off meeting and luncheon will be held Tuesday eve. at the Johnson House in Algona. Mrs Glenn Larson is chairman of Portland Two. and the workers are: Mrs Bob Woods. Mrs Tom Trenary, Mrs Roscoe Stewart, Mrs- C. L. Young, Mrs Ray Fitch. Mrs Lloyd Bartlett and Mrs Harold Presthus. Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks held a Sparks family turke'/ dinner at their home Saturday evening. Mrs Ruth Sparks and Dean. Mr and Mrs Joe Goetz and daughters, Mr and Mrs BiH Goetz and Mr and Mrs Lnrry 'Grandgenett and sons all of Wes- .ley were present. Dary] Sparks was home from ,Jowa State College for a six dav leave between quarters. His parents Mr and Mrs Howard Sparks took him back to Ames Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Tony Jnndl left a .week ago Wednesday for Malaca, Minn., where they are visitine their son and family, the Bob Jandl's and also a daughter and family, the George Senebusph's. The two familir"! moved to Mil;ira this serin". The Tonv J:mdl« intend to be home at the end of thi« week. Mr and Mrs Men not TrnnkhiM went to Am°« '•":! Pntuvdnv t" visit their Hnin'hter "'id son-in- law, Mr and Mrs Shor;ild Rvd- ness. Mr and Mrs Ed Smith attended the funeral of Mrs Stanley Parson at Ortonville, Minn., a sister- in-law of Mrs Smith, last Thursday, Mar. 21. Thursday morning callers at the Howard Sparks home was Mrs Myrwin Diamond, Jackie and Barbara. "Folks seem to think God is like medicine— Something they don't need when' things are going well." Mrs Edmund Larsen spent Monday morning at the Jesse Harms home when Mrs Larsen and Mrs Harms prepared the meat for the supper Monday night put on by the Band Mother's for the Soil Conservation meeting in Burt. • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings Mr and Mrs Donald Kruse entertained at dinner Sunday honoring the thirty-fourth wedding anniversary of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ervin Barton. Sunday evening visitors in the Mr and Mrs Alfred Kohlhaas home were Mr and Mrs John Fangrnan and Cindy of Rake and Melvin Arndorfer of "Wesley. Mr and Mrs J. O. Marty have returned home from a trip to Lynn Haven, Florida, where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Bowman and children. Keith Kubly, Iowa State College, Ames, spent the quarter break with his parents, Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly and Dale. A/2C Robert Marty of Omaha spent the past weekend in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty. He had boy friends here for the weekend; Mr and Mrs Pat McGuire and children, Mary and Joe of Burt were Friday evening dinner guests in the Guy Giddings home. Mr McGuire and Mr Giddings are rural mail carriers in Kossuth county. Mr and Mrs B. O. Davis of Irvington were Saturday evening dinner guests in the home of their friends, Mr and Mrs Gerald Coleman and daughter. Mrs Eldon Marty and daughter Jo Ann of Waltbone, Minn., spent the past week visiting in the parental, Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty home. August Pergande went to Omaha, Neb., Friday where he visited in the home of his son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs William Meyer. Mrs Meyer is the former Freda Pergande. Mrs Anna Blumer attended the funeral of William Hoffman, 79. hold in the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Renwick Saturday afternoon. Mrs Jessie Sanford of Badger spent the weekend in the homo of her daughter, Mr and Mrs James Tranger and children. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaartf of Wesley and hc'r parents, Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston went to Des Moines Friday where they visited their sister and daughter, Miss Beulah Eg- Rleston, a surgical patient in a hosnital there. Mrs Charles Hanselman Jr. was hostess to the Bid N Bye Bridge? Club in her farm home. Thursday evening. At contract bridge, honors went to Mrs Ed. Lindebak and Mrs Jon Nelson. Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty had as weekend guests their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs De Ray Lichty and four children of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Emmett Knary received news early Saturday that Ernest Hughes, 76, had suffered a stroke Friday that paralyzed his right side frod leg and also speech, at Austin, Minn., where he was taken to a hospital, Mrs Hughes is the sister of Mrs Knary. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT II FRI., APRIL 5th FRANK BUHR And His Ramblers SAT.. APRIL" 6th HANK SCHOOLEY And His Orchestra Booths Available For" Easter Sunday JULES HERMAN Promotional Dates Open For May - June — See Mgr. COAST40*COA$f STORIS BUILDS NEW RECORD SIZE SINOLt STORY WAREHOUSE MINNEAPOLIS. MINN. _ coast-to- Coast Stores. Inc., suppliers of merchan- ?u sc 5?!? ,°P e * ati n9 services to more than 640 loeally-owned Coast-to-Coast Stores in 17 states, is now in the process ot moving its tremendous stocks of more than 12,060 "hard-lines" items into its new general offices and warehouse building. The structure, measuring 410,000 square feet all on one floor, is generally regarded as the largest of its kind in the upper mid-west and northwest areas Construction of the building required almost a full year. Trade In What You Have For What You Want At COAST-TO-COAST We Will Take In Anything Old Refrigerators, Old Stoves, Old Furniture — Anything You Don't Want OUR CENTRA!. ORGANIZATION'S WAREHOUSE REMOVAL SALE VALUES BRING YOU THIS GREATER THAN EVER STORES TERMS On Any LOW AS $5.00 PER MONTH Purchase Made During This Big Trade-In Sale RECLINING CHAIRS Close-out Special 1 39.95 IN TRADE For Your Old MATTRESS LIVINGROOM •• Suites As Low as I- RAISE FUNDS QUICKLY EASILY With New 40% Profit Plan Th« famous Pegny Ann Fund Raising nlan has been tested hv thousands of organisations, with sales as hiqh as 27,000 boxes on a single campaign. Peggy Ann Kitchen-Fresh quality assures many reneat sales. Folder and Details. Write Todav for our NO-RISK, NO-INVESTMENT Plan. Fine Candies Since 1932 Department 2IB- 620 Second Ave. Pet Moinei, low* UCTION THE 100 ACRE FARM OF THE R. J. (Bob) STEWART ESTATE, LOCATED l</ 2 MILES WEST (South Side of Road) OF JUNCTION HIGHWAYS 169 and 18 AT ALGONA, WILL BE SOLD AT AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER, AT THE FARM ON ROCKERS - SWIVEL ROCKERS Low As $49.95 Trade In Your Old Furniture Or What Have You For a Substantial Allowance MODERN LOUNGE CHAIRS Low As $39.95 Your Trade In Makes This Even Greater BRING DESCRIPTION OF YOUR TRADE-INS If You Bring In Accurate Description of Your Trade-In Items We Will Deal With You On The Spot EDROOM SUITES As Low As 139.95 TRADE IN YOUR OLD SUITE OR ANY OTHE HOME ITEM AT 2 P.M. Farm Has Modern Home with Automatic Water System For All Form Buildings Two Story Home, 3 bedrooms gp, kitchen and 2 rooms down, with fell ment and large att.c. Land well tiled, good fence*, good barn, poultry machine shed, nearly new hog house, corn crib, cattle shed, etc. OWNER RESERVES RIGHT T§ REJECT ANY OR All BIDS Dale Yungeberg, Auctioneer Delia Welter, Atty. C. A, Recker, Administrator, Buffalo Center, Iowa EASY CREDIT TRADE-IN Your Old, Obsolete Furniture — Or Any Other item You May Have — On These Beautiful Sectional*. SECTIONALS As Low As Low As $5*00 Per Week 179.95 COAST-TO-COAST STORE ED WOLF, Owner ALGONA, IQWA

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