The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 3
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UDM Stats Press Honors mow gist* newspaper cotitet! awards w«* added t?» L i 0| siai(B * ftd ftftllo ««I ttonwt of lite AlafOfta Vppet Des Moines. at the annual cotif enliefl of ih« feura Pf*» Ass n in DCS Mointt, last week. e< „„» "TO, Des M ? ln *« *«* ?i»*» ««* Coverage of Womefl'i News, and hbftot able place in CUsttetal Excellence in Glass I. t5 • btit1 ? 8 Jo , 21 .l he tottl a ***ds won by the M ' "SS?. 19Sfl ' incl « di ns ««* Place lor General I i.* 1 £*! attd fim pl ' ce fo * lh * BMi Adirertisiti9 ". 1 ! 58 which m * dfe lh * P*P** ineligible let that con- mis year. lot its motion (4lh) bocioty Kioto Union M. & D. Club Mother & Daughter's Club of Union Township met at the home of Mae Si-honck on April llth. serving on the menu committee were Nova Shipler and Harriet bchliclmg. Serving on the nominating committee were Mae Schenek, Marguerite Gardner and Julia Taylor. Officers for the coming year President, Hazel Johnson; 1st vice president, Bertha Sarchett; 2nd vice president, Harriet Schlicting; 3rd vice president, Dorothy Ma- Kim; secretary, Doretta Plumb assisting secretary, Lucille Hanson; treasurer, Maurice Hovey: Corresponding secretary, Evelyn Taylor; Historian, Nellie Jenkinson; Publicity, Helen Haas. : Mary Sarchetl gave a report on the county meeting at Whittemore. A very interesting panel on. 'Key To Peace", was given b.v Mary Lichter, Bernadette Ritey and Julia Taylor. On May 9th, Mother's, Daj Tea and Guest Day will be held at the home of Audra Heerdt. 'Union Suts' Club Mr and Mrs Clarence Mclzgcr entertained the "Union Sutz" club on Sunday evening, April 14th. Members of this club are Ralph Taylors, Bill Dearchs, Ray Mertz. Joe King, George Simon, Herman Thilges, Marvin Leigh, Lee Schenek, Ronald Collins and Clarence Metzgers. Traveling 500 was played. - Those winning prizes were: Evelyn Taylor and Robert •Kain; Lctty Wlllrett and Ralph Taylor; Lois Miller and Carroll Willrett; Luella Collins & Herman Thilges; Duane Metzger and Ann King; Camilla Metzger and Ronald Collins. High nine prize went to Viola Metzger. Guests were Joe Millers, Duane Metzgers, Carol Wil- Iretts and Robert Kain. Lunch was served by the hos- ess. Birthday Surprise Mrs Freda Christerisen who makes her home at Mr and Mrs John Briggs' was , given a surprise birthday party Monday afternoon 'at which the guest* were Mrs Frank Kohlhaas, Mrf Andrew Hansen, Mrs Armo'Ui Lemkee, Mrs David King, Mrs Dale Briggs and two sons and Ellen Carlson. Two birthday cakes had been made for the occasion. Mrs Christensen is the widow of Sever Christensen, well remembered mail clerk here a number of years ago. She has nol been in good health the past several years and has not been able to maintain a home. Recently she was seriously sick but is now much improved. Mrs Christensen was at one time a pianist of considerable ability. She is a sister of Gus Sjogren and Mrs Beda Watson of Calfornia, who is the widow of Ray Watson, prominent Irvington resident many years ago. At B. & P. W. Meeting A week ago Sunday a district meeting of the v Business and Professional Women was held at Humboldt. In attendance from here were Margaret Reese, Helen Comfort, Bridget Gaffney, Dorothy Cogley, Alice Reding, Hattie Wilson, Ella Zumach, Mary Schwabauer, Inez Wolfe, Mary Staudt, and Helma Kroper. Those who took active part were Mary Staudt, Helen Comfort, Bridget Gaffney, Dorothy Cogley, Alice Reding and Margaret Reese. Inez Wolfe, membership chairman, gave a report. Girl Scout Awards The Annual Court of Awards for Girl Scouts will be held in the high school auditorium, May 13 at 7:30 o'clock. • Day camp dates have been set for May 31 at 2:30 o'clock til' 7:30, and June 1 from 10 til] Z o'clock. Camp at the Dolliver State Park will be held from June 11 through June 15. Jolly Six Club Mrs Earl Miller was hostess to the members of the "Jolly Six' club Monday afternoon. Those in attendance were V a 1 e d t Griese, Esther Williams, Ferr. Anderson and Edith Jandl, ot Burl. Other members unable to be present arc Verda Kuencli-. and Florence 'Schiphtl. The time' was spent socially and lunch was served. Easter Egg Muni The Senior Girl Scouts entertained the Intermediate Scouts and Brownies at an 'Easter egg hunt Saturday in the swimming pool and municipal tennis court area. One hundred and fifty girls wore in attendance and prizes were given to Gloria Joseph, Carol Kenyon and Marilyn Deal for finding special eggs. Dick .Allen was given a birthday dinner Sunday by his wife at which were present the Thursday, April Id, t95? Algena (to.) Upper toft MdffWt-9 oree's parents, Mr and Mrs James Allen, brother Jack Allen, aunt, Mrs Esther Benson and Mrs Allen's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Gebkin and two brothers of Burt. Mr and Mrs C. H. Simpson entertained their grandsons, Scott and Dennis Miller, and their mother, Mrs Roberta Miller, at dinner March 31, a celebration of the birthdays of the boys, Dennis' anniversary is March 31, and Scott's is April 16. W. K. Boldridge, Irvington, Rites Held Tuesday Funeral services for William K. Boldridge, 92, resident of thir area for the past 55 years, were held Tuesday at 2 p.m. in the Presbyterian church at Irvijig- ton. Rev. M. H. Brewer. Algous, officiated and burial followed iji the Irvington cemetery. Mr*Cullough's Funeral Chaop' was in charge of arrangements. Mr Boldridge, who had been ill for several months, died Saturday at St. Ann hospital. William Kelly Boldridge, son of John and Addic Boldridge. was born at Lexington, Mo. Sept 17, 1865. He was married to Fannie Frances Rose at Lexington in 1902 and the couple moved to Iowa, settling in the Britt area on a farm. Several years later, the Boldridges moved to Sexton, then to Riverdale township, where they farrnt-d unt;! retirement 16 years ago. They then moved to Irvington. Mrs Boldridge preceded him in death Dec. 12, 1956. Both were devout members of the Presbyterian church at Irvington. A daughter, Bernicce (Mrs Monroe McLauren), t>lso preceded Mr Boldridge in deatli three year.s aga,- A son, William, Jr.. Riverdale township, two daughters, Mrs Elnora McElroy, Chicago, who has been caring for her parent? for the past several months, and Albertha (Mrs Australia Grace), Des Moines, several grandchildren and several nieces and fiephews survive. *«• Pallbearers at the funeral were Harry Sabin, Leon Colwell. Kenneth Roney, Robert Casey, George Skare and B. Davis. been set for Saturday, ttankins and a passenger in the auto, lane Wibben, 15, of AJg.f.ia were injured when the auto driven by Hankins missed a curve bn a blacktop road 2Ms miles northeast of Algona. They were treated for cuts and bruises at St. Ann hospital and released the next day. According to Patrolman Dale McBride, who investigated, the car was a total loss. Matt Holtzbauer Dies In Belmond Mrs W. A. Barry has received word of the death of her brother, Matthew Holtzbauer, Monday morning at Belmond. He had undergone major surgery a week sigo and failed to rally to any extent. Mr Holtzbauer, 78, was the oidest child of the late Mr and Mrs Matt Holtzbauer. Of the family only Frank of California and Mrs Barry survive. His wife preceded him in death and he is survived by four children, John of San Diego, Calif., Mrs Harold Szendsen, Cecelia and Martillus, all of Belmond, the latter two living at home. Funeral arrangements have not been completed awaiting news from the California relatives. SPRflY LESS and PAY LESS for effective fly control in daily barm Card of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank relatives and friends for the flowers, cards, visits and the many kind deeds «done in our home during Mrs Leigh's stay at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Sim Leigh. ' 10* CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all our relatives and, friends for cards, flowers, letters, and visits paid me 'and for the help given my wife while I was in the hospital here and in Des Moines. Loyd Haubach. 16 B. & P. W. Election , At a meeting last week Monday at Van's Cafe, after the pot-luck supper, the following officers were elected for the year May 1957 to May 1958 by the Business and Professional Women: President, Ella Zumach; vice presi dent, Mary Staudt; Recording secretary, Helen Klein; Corresponding secretary, Maxine Momyer; Treasurer, Ann Merritt Parliamentarian, Kathryn Sorensen; Historian, Teressa Strahorn At Niece's Wedding Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig Deanna and Steven attended the wedding Monday morning of Betle Joynt of Mason City and Pfc. James Grell of Fort Gordon Ga. The ceremony was held ir. St. Joseph Catholic church and a reception followed. After t brief wedding trip Pfc. Grell wil 1 return to Georgia and will be joined a little later by his wife. The bride is a niece of Mrs Ludwig. Guests At Britt Mr and Mrs C. H. Simpson spent Sunday at Britt and were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Simpson. They attended the baptism of the grandsons, Greg and Robert Jr., in the Methodist church. Mrs Thiel Hostess Mrs Ernst Thiel entertained members of the "Laf-a-Lot" card club last week Wednesday afternoon. CARD OF THANKS May we extend our heartfelt thanks to those of you who expressed your sympathy in so many thoughtful ways during our recent bereavement. Your kindnesses have meant much to us. Mr and Mrs Joseph Dubaski and family, Mr and Mrs Sidney Rosenstiel, Mr and Mrs Evertt St. John. 16* CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere appreciation for the kindnesses and remembrances shown following the death of our beloved husband and brother, and for the many thoughtful acts of friendship while he was hospitalized. Elizabeth Cavanaugh, E. B. Cavanaugh, Mark Cavanaugh, Herbert Cavanaugh. 16 Miscellaneous TITONKA MARKET DAY SALE — Sat., April 20, 12:30 p.m. What do you have? We are taking consignments on anything you want to sell. Clean out your attic, cellar and garage. Tools, furniture, machinery, odds and ends, dishes and antique furniture. Not responsible for accidents. Carol Fraser, autioneer, Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Al's Repair Shop, Titonka. la. 16 CHAS. R, MILLER Rusco Windows, Doors, Awnings Res, Ph. CY 4-3520 After 6 Display at 116 S. Dodge Si, Itfn Charge Wesleyan In O.M.V.I. Case A Wesley man, Urban J. Lickteig, 44, was bound over to the April term of district court following preliminary hearing on an O.M.V.I. count in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court Wednesday afternoon. Lickteig's appearance bond was set at $300 and was furnished. The charge was filed by Patrolman Dale McBride following a two-car crash 2Vi miles west of Wesley on highway 18 at 11:50 a.m. Wednesday. An auto driven by Lickteig crashed into the rear of another vehicle driven by Irene M.. ; Gray. 31,1 of T^pnka Damage was estimated at $300 to each vehicle. Wayne F. Meyer, Burt, was fined $10 and costs on a stop sign violation and Henry A. Smith, Burt, paid $10 and costs for improper passing in other justice court cases this week. Hearing for David Lee Hankins, 16, of Corwith, who was charged with failing to have control of his vehicle following an auto accident Friday night, has with long residual DIAZINON One spraying kills flies 4-8 weeks Tfitt year spray ten and pay let* far' effective fly control. Ktt diet the eas* modern way witfe.Dlaxfnoa. Remembee, one spraying of Dtozlnoft retains its fly kilting power 4-8 weeks. That meant real economy and convenience. Come in and ask for fang residual Oiaztnon today. follow tfnetfom on MM! > GEIOY AGRICULTURAL CHEMICALS OfrWoo of Gclgy ChMikal Corporate* "As Advertised In Farm & Home Section" KOHLHAAS HARDWARE J. I. CASE SPECIAL BALER AD IN FARM & HOME SECTION * * "As Advertised In Farm & Home Section" Taylor Implement Co. South Phillips St. Algona, Iowa N-0-T-I-C-E We make Name Tapes. Covered Buttons. Buckles, Belts, and Buttonholes in our store. — NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE CO. Algona. . 11 FARM MANAGEMENT Farm Appraisals Farm Sales NELS J. ANDERSON Field Representative FARMERS NATIONAL CO. Phone CY 4-2706 14 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State of Iowa ss. Jn District Court iCossuth County No. 7234 April Term, 1057 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an instrument of writing purporting o be the last Will and Testament of ,'lem L. Cavanaugh, Deceased, dated March 27. 1857, having been this day lied, opened and read, Monday the JBth day of April. 1957. is fixed for tearing proof of same at the Court iouse- in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the CHerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock VM.. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified »nd required to appear, and show 'ause. if any they have, why Instrument should not be probated and slowed as and for the last Will and Ft'stumt'r.l of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, April 18. 957. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court Jnnan & Lynch, Attorneys Algona, Iowa (Published April 25. 1957, In The (Ugona (i«wa) Upper J>e» Monies) argain listers MEN'S DRESS OXFORDS MENS UNIFORM PANTS 3.99 2.48 KIDS REVERSIBLE JACKETS HEAVY CORK SOLE WORK SHOES 4.99 Diamond's Surplus • Aerow From Courthoww Parking tot I Here's Happy Easter Eating! Ill AT RAY'S MARKET PfCIAlS IPT/T ^^ •""^^ IN THE SIZE THE BRAND, THE STYLE YOU WANT! ROYAL DESSERT GELATIN 8 Delicious Flavors I i 3for19c SWIFT'S PREMIUM Skinless-Defatted HORMEL DELA-CUT Ready-To-Eat DECKER'S QUALITY Skinless-Defatted MORRELL'S HORMEL'S HICKORY FULL-COOKED Ready-to-Eat SMOKED CANNED HAMS IK LB. HAMS PICNIC HAMS 5-POUND SIZE For Special Snacks Skinned-Defatted STILL TIME TO REGISTER YOUR NAME I 1 For The Deluxe $49.50 Electric Cooker To Ba Given Away FREE at 5:00 p.m. Saturday I FRESH & LEAN FULLY-TRIMMED PORK CUTLETS SLICED BACON.... TRRAA 7p S AK LB. LB.- LAMB ALL CUTS 39c 43c VEAL THE "TALK OF THE TOWN' RAY'S All-Meat GROUND We find we're having to keep the grinder working overtime . . . more and more people are asking for Ray's Pure All-Meat Ground Beef. It just cooks up simply delicious — because it's only pure red meat. Be sure to get •> some this weekend d Lbs. DECKER'S READY TO EAT Canadian Bacon. Ib. FLAVOR- FED PAN-READY 1.00 LARGE SLICING CUKES SWEET POTATOES 2 u* 29c FRESH CRISP RADISHES 9 Lge 15i» •• Bchs. Iwv FRESH GREEN ONIONS 2 & 15c FRESH GREEN ASPARAGUS 19c Large Bunch DRESSED HEN Special BORDEN'S Easter Price!!! ICE CREAM SNOW KING '/2-Gdl. RASPBERRY VANILLA NEAPOLITAN HERSHEY'S CHOCOLATE SYRUP, Mb, Can _. 19c + FROZEN SPECIALS• SNOW CROP FROZEN TENDER PEAS 2 pkgs. 29c BOOTH'S FROZEN F UU POUNP STRAWBERRIES 39c SNOBOY FROZEN 6-OZ. CANS ORANGE JUICE 6 for 1.00 BOOTH'S TASTY LOIN PERCH FILLETS Lb.27c I JACK SPRAT I MRS TUCKERS VIG. 3-Lb. Can OLEO ... 4 Ibs. $1ISHORTNING.. 79c Popular) TURKEYS 6 to 10-Lb. ' Average _ Ib, Fresh EASTER Shipment! 'Old Home" Angel-Food CAKES I LARGE FOR EASTER EATING JACK SPRAT WHOLE NO. ZVt JAR SPICED CRABAPPLES 39c JACK SPRAT WHOLE NO. 2Va JAR SPICED PEACHES .-„„.... 39c LADY BETTY SWEET FULL PINT JAR WAFER PICKLES ....„-.„. 19c HOUSE PARTY FINE NO. 1 TALL CAN RIPE OLIVES „ 29c ROYALTY BRAND frQZ. CANS Crushed PINEAPPLE - 4 cans 39c JACK SPRAT MIXED NO. 303 CANS FRUIT COCKTAIL ,„ 5 cans 1,00 BROWN OR 4 LB, BAS POWDERED SUGAR -- bag 49c Country-Fresh Pure White Eggs For Easter-Egg Dyeing W. .-'*» •* .*£ MINUTE| FRUIT J^ AAHM *« ICOCKTAIL 5 cans$ * |^9^^HHMMBH^^^K«HHMH|_H«|_|_«___^_|^_«H«^^H^^KMMa«H«H«HHHHMU««M^K^K«HH___««|g«g_| B««M^

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