The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 18, 1957
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Ledyard; Burl Churches Plan For Holy Week Ledyard — tJtiion Holy W services will foe held fof the Butt and Ledyard Methodist churches as follows: w Tj><gs4ay. Communion at tife Butt Church; Friday, Communion and Good Friday services at the Ledyard Church. All services will begin at 7:45 p.m. Sacred Meati Schedule Moly Week Program for the Sacred Heart Church: Thursday, April 18, Maundy Thursday. Mais and of Reposition fregifming at 8 f»Jh. Friday, April 19, Oood Friday. Services at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 20, Holy Sat*- urday. Easter Vigil eervibes begin at 10:30 p.m. with blessing of new fire, Messing of Easter candle, Easter Water and Baptismal water. Mass to begin at ttttttfht. Easter Sunday, Apr. 21. Masses at 8 and 10 a.m. Confessions: Wednesday afternoon, 3:00*4:00 tfif evening 7:30' 8:30; Thursday ifteffcotm 3:004:00; Friday afterfjotm, l:30-2:3d; Saturday aft*ffioen, J ^ -- otm, 1:10-2:: , 2:00-4:(X). AuxUiar? Pioks Ctrl The American Legion Auxiliary met in the Ledyard Legion Hall on Tuesday evening. April 2, with Mrs George MacKinnon presiding. Janet Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Glen Johnson of Ledyard, Will be the Now-for You. 1 THE FAMOUS FACTORY-SEALED (DIRECT EXPANSION CAWIARY lYtTIM) Ledyard Auxiliary's delegate t<t the Iowa Hawkeye Oirl's State t6 be held in Jam. Joyce Menke, dSttghtet of Mr <*rrd Mrs. Alfred Meftke of Ledyard, is the alternate. Th* nominating committee will present a list of candidates fot offfces fot consideration at the May 7th meeting. Members oi this committee are Mrs Earl Jorgenson, Mrs Mel Haag, and Mfs John Manthei. The food and decoration committee for the May County Meet- Iftg, to be held in Ledyard, are Mrs Ted Green, chairman, Mrs Glen Klocke, and Mrs Kenneth fleece. Two past-presidehts, Mi's Earl Jorgenson, and Mrs Ida Darnell, are to serve as the reception committee. A delicious lunch was prepared bf the April Hostess, Mrs Buftoh Jbhnson. tfl.UJ.Nl.tMI. BULK FARM COOLING TANK GALLON M06IL A150 REMOTE CONDENSER MODEl CP .direct expaii«ion,cooling,.by,th«H r i- ',• * exclusive CP Balanced Refrigerant System is as simple and automatic as .your ' household refrigerator. Now in a model 1 with 40% bigger capacity. New feature* galore for still greater convenience and extra value. For every day or EO.D.pick>upc- ' ,? " ' See Us Now [THE MARK OF DISTJNCTION.ON BULK FARM COOLINO TANKS for Full Facf$ ALGONA IMPLEMENT CO. 1417 Commercial St. Phone CY 4-3561 Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder are the parents of a baby boy born on Wednesday March 27th at Buffalo Center. He has been named Russell Arvid. Mrs Schi feeder and baby came home on last Monday. Mr and Mffc Eddie Belevins and two children of Seattle, Wash, and Mr and Mrs Raymond Browning of Spirit Lake visited at the Ervin Klinksiek home last week. Mrs Belevins is the former Pauline Browning and she and Raymond are the children of Mr and Mrs Rdss Browning formerly of Ledyafd, Mr and Mrs Bernard Reilly are the parents of A baby girl born oh Wednesday, April Srdi-at the Estherville hospital. She has been named Colleen Marie. tfhe 8th grade and their .teacher and her husband, Mr and Mrs Anderson and Mrs Herman <3oetz Jr. went to Des Moines 6n< Thursday on a visit. Mrs Ida Darnell entertained a Circle from the -Lutheran church at Elmore at her .home on last Tuesday afternoon/ Mrs Lena Warner and Son Harold went to Bancroft Thursday evening and Mrs 'Warner attended a ihowef giveh,'for her nephew and his 'fiance. Mr and Mrs Byron'Hoffman of. Olin are the parents of :>a baby boy born on. April 3. "Mfs Hoffman is the former Patty' Johnson daughter of Mr and Mrs Chester Johnson. Mrs Johnson and Mrs Alyin Lloyd left on Monday for Olhvto be with her daughter. Gerald Keefe came hbme on Thursday to spend a two .weeks furlough with his parents, Mr .and Mrs Bernard Keefe. Gerald 1$. in the Navy and- is stationed in, San,,E'fanci?co.^-yvfw*^' > , ;• p^and: M^'Jam^ ^etz re* tufned home from' r . Belli lower,' Calif.,- where they spent'the winter. They will be on.a farm near Buffalo Center this coming : year. Mr and, Mrs Clarence Darnell and family of Elmore wetc Sunday guests at the Burton'Johnson home.., Mr :and Mrs Leonard-JBonstead and baby of Fairmont-were Sunday guests at the Clayton Roseboro Home. _; The E. and R. Guild'met at the .church on Thursday • 'afternoon with Mrs Art Kramersmeier .and Mrs John Kramersfrigjer as Hostesses. Mrs Fred Selberg was in charge 'of the program. A bitxhday hymn was sung: for Mrs Ervin Klinksiek and Mrs Wm. Bauman. Scripture and prayer was led by Rev. Vriesep. Read- Phillips 66 Dealers have the Nicest Customers I to b» tin to wfe WiVt iwttet d fhot one way to get to b» nte« te them, A» Phillip, 60 Stgtiow th* witom.r teomt eerjy Mw» rigbt, PhJIUpi M Strvist inslvdt » hgytag yow tar t . , . *» wfadowi d»an»d t»U m wgy orw/nrf * • . y»w battery and, tir« cfa4e4 * Jn*an* , o »liK»r« dt rir» «o pl»o»§ ywl Brhft to won ot ywr Mt tf hbOf*y PWIHp, 6«i>aoUr'i. h Hi* at to the H O » P IT A 9mm -Pwouws ON 1 H I O H W A V Fill Up With Flit^Fuel At KEN & LEO'S PHILLIPS "66" THESE WOMEN! "Don't you have any GIRLS' drinks?" ings were given by Mrs John Kramersmeier, Mrs Marvin Junkermeier, and Mrs Herman Goetz Jr. The W.S.C.S. will meet at the church on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Ray Wentworth and Mrs Glenn Burrow as hostesses. Mrs Cecil Pingel and Mrs Maurice Pingel are in charge of the Easter program. Election of officers will be held.. •OTTOSEN By Mrs. Knut Oppedahl , Presbyterian Women who attended the spring meeting 'at Estherville were Mrs Essie Cooper, Mrs Earl Long, Mrs Albert Thorsen and Mrs W. G. Cooper. A/3C Gary Cooper, son of Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper, planned to leave Fort Dodge by plane Tuesday to return to duty after a 26-day furlough here with his family and friends. He will gu to Seattle, Wash, and from there ,to Alaska. .'Ttfesday guests at the Mike Coyle home were Mr and Mrs Roy' Telfoiid and Larry and Mr and Mrs Edward -Zinnel. Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl "and family visited Sunday afternoon with his mother, Mrs Bertha Oppedahl in Humboldt. A Mr and Mrs Earl Smith visitgd at' the Ray Jolliffe hom»-?pt Bradgate over the weekend'.. •' Mr and Mrs Donald Coopei and family visited . Friday and Saturday in Des Moines at the Mike Henley home and at the home of Agnes Remele at Granger. Sunday, March 31, Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards and Mrs Earl Smith visited a former local teacher Mrs. Myra McNitt who now is teaching at the Grant Township schoel. From there they drove to Swea City where the Richards visited Mr and Mrs Earl Hansen and Mrs Smith called at the home of Mr and Mrs George Nelson. Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Ralph 'Richards visited at the. Will S'ittler home at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Roy Adams of Whittemore were Sunday evening visitors at the Loran Daniel home. Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle were guests Sunday afternoon at. the home of their son and daughter- in-law, the Bernard Coyle home near Bode to help the Coyle's daughter Laurie celebrate her 7th birthday which will be April 8. Others present were the little girls maternal grandmother, Mrs L. M. Olson and an aunt, Esther Opheim of Bode. Mrs Marie Haug of Bode spent Sunday at the Olvin Haug home. All-Star 4-H Teams Divide Kossuth county's 4-H all-star teams divided a pair of basketball games with the Palo Alto all- stairs at Emmetsburg Saturday night, Mar, 30- The senior team came through with a 55-47 win after the juniors fell, 38-30, in th? opener. Mick WiU of Corwith tossed in 18 points for the juniors in their loss. Other members of the squad were Oscar Froehlich and Tom Henry, Algona; Jack Schmidt and Ronald Banwart, West Bend; Donald Diers and Richard SchiUa, Bancroft; Pwight Span- gier, Corwith; Ronald Linde, Swea City; Jerry Payne, Grant; and |4iHe McOyire, St. Joe. N»»e of the 12 senior squad menvbers who got into actiorj scored as Kossuth took the finale. Pave SciuU? of Bancroft accounted for 13 points and Phil Tafcheiro of Grant JO points to top the scoring. Other team members .were Jim filbert and j^arvin l^ebach, Whittemore; Jim ¥«ske, Bancroft; Tom Red. Ing and David McGuire, St. Joe; Ksmit Studer, Wesley; Bill Hu&kanrp. Grant; Kevin fhorson, JSagie; Eager greyer and Clashes of the teams Ben Anliker, West Bend, Sid Paynp, Grant, and Bernard Thil- St. Joe, Funds for the construction ot the Ps^ce PajMe at .the li^ue, JiJethengnds, were donated by Andrew Carnegie, • Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mr and Mrs Lawrence Preslhus and family visited at the parental Billy Gifford home Sunday and were Sunday evening supper guests at the home of Mr and Mr? Marvin Marlow of Lone Rock: Mr and Mrs Gerald Perdue and Kandy of Wichita, Kan., are visiting at the home of Mr Perdue's parents, Mr and Mrs L. M. Perdue. They will visit other relatives before returning to Kansas. Mrs Perdue is a niece of Mrs Herbert Nelson and Neal and Donald Michaelsen. Mr and Mrs Donald Glarnm and family of Janesville, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson and family of Swea City, were Sunday dinner guests at the Lloyd Bartlett home. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family were dinner and supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Bristow of LuVerne, Sunday. ( M r s Herbert Nelson .has .been sjck 'the past week with a* bad case of the stomach flu. Rollo Moore was a Sunday dinner guest at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Roger Scott attended a 500 party at the Donald Krause home of Ledyard Sunday' evening. Mr and Mrs John ffohnson and LeAnn of Scarville were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home ol Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps, the ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Mel Hotz of Cedar Rapids wee weekend guests at the home of Mrs Hotz' parents, Mr and Mrs R.. I. Simpson. — Mrs D. A. Teeter of Algona has been spending some time at the Tranz Teeter home. Mrs D. A. Teeter and Franz Teeter call- ed at the R. I. Simpson home Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Mel Hotz and Mt and Mrs R. 1. Simpson visited in the Fran?. Teeter home Sundas evening. Mr and Mrs Robert Carlsen ot Minneapolis were weekend guests at the Axel Carlsen home. Swea City Youth Has Eastern Trip Swea 8t Eagle — Gene C. Thompson, son of Mr and Mrs Dettinar Thompson, returned recently from a ten days' educational and sightseeing trip to Wash ington, D. C., New York, and other points of interest. Gene is a student at Iowa State College, and made the trip as one af a group of college students, traveling by chartered bus under the auspices of the Y.M.C.A. and Y.W.C.A. Among interesting features visited by the group were the national legislature, the Russian embassy, United Nations, and various memorials. As Gene divides his time between- active participation in farming as wel) as working toward completion of his college education, he will not be returning to Iowa State College for the current quarter. Thursday, April 18, 1937 Algeria (la.) Uppxtf 0tf Mdlrtti-S Plum Creek 4-H The Plum Creek 4-11 boys met at -the Center school last week. A motion passed that the F. F. A. boys be invited to show the parliamentary procedure. There was a talk on care of lambs by Mike Kain and movies ort preventing pig losses and providing meat type pigs. Bob Johnsen showed them. IF THIS MAMA COULD ONLY TALK ,.. here Is what she would say."Be sur* to give my chicks STONEMO— the grit with the extra grinding surfaces. It helps keep my chicks from pasting up, and builds stronger digestive systems." You can buy STONEMO Granlt* Grit two easy ways —in Hopper- Paks with the.twq-.way feeding trays, or in 25, 50, or 80-lb. bags. Be sure to order STONEMO with your next lot of feed. "As Advertised In Farm & Home Section" Cloverleflf Hatchery & Feed Algona, Iowa BUILD with BUTLER buildings Own the BEST of steel buildings at no price premium! Particular corporations—large and • mall-select Butler buildings. Why? Pre-engineering provides th« design-detail, strength and permanence that mean more value. Yet Butler buildings cost no morel M»d*rn ttprat. Good-looking Butlir bulldlno» com' bine wdl wllh other mat«rloli — cut building coili. Ca// or See U$ Today I WILL CONSTRUCTION CO. Howard (Bud) West, Sales Representative 805 So. 15th Phone 43321 Fort Podge, Iowa My company offers all 3! If you have a family, owa a home. or tit Ive a ear... you want the best protection money will buy. ¥<*» can always hsly on State Pawn ifwti«m«i for aU thrw ... at reasonable Mtea. Before you invest fti farther jwotectioti fo* your family, youf home of yaitt «ftf 4 ,. let m« tell you about State Farm'8 budget-planned insurance. It fMtyf to knew your STATE FARM Agent HAROLD C. SUNDET 300 East Elm Algona, Iowa PHONE CY 4-2341 -treated soybean field is the cleanest it's ever been" says Midwestern grower SOYBEAN YIELD WAY UP! Note clean, weed-free rows at right, thanks to ALANAP-3. Untreated area at left is weed-choked* -Naugatuck's files arc beginning to bulge ^ with letters From giwft ers attesting to the erjkiency of Alanap®-3. This only prove* s %vhat extensive field usage has long shown —Alanap-3 kills weed* as they begin to sprout and Before they emerge. The use of Alanap-3 pre-emergence weed killer 'permits yotf fewer cultivations— enables you to gain up to $21.75 per acre at' a cost of only $4.20 per acre based on a 14" band. You also get* these added benefits: t Faster combine, less wear • No dockage! '•Fits weed control program • Weedy fields now becomft .usable « Earlier grain planting, earlier harvesting. *from cornipondinci filtf Order Alanap-3 from your local supplier today. Write, wlr« or phone us If unable to locate immediate source of supply. United States Rubber Nai/gatuck Chemical Division Naugatuck, Connecticut prodacers of seed protectants, fungicides, mltlcldes, IntscticldeJ, growtt rttunfi «nt«. tisfblcldeii Spergon, Phygon, Aramite, Synltlpf. MH. AUnag, PMn*«tt . . . stretch- out room to spare ! As incredibly low as it looks, the '57 De Soto is a scant 4 feet 7 inches from road to roof. Yet, you'll find plenty of man-sized stretch-out room inside. Before you buy any new car, do yourself a favor. See your nearby De Sotp dealer. Drive and price a. De Soto before you decide, tt't the rapit e*cttiag car in the world ^^^^^^^^M ^^^w ^VlilPPi^^ IWBUBBBIP Fsrlory K«l#U I'cite at Uotroit. ilwtributiou, UeSoto i¥'lu<i(.w iwtrutou, ewuw «a iaivDij (,->4rK«»- U*t taxes (if auy), tran»fOTUt»», «Wlivwx. upiin»a} 8<tui acawsonw a» aliowu, «l%htiy OKtru. Prices ajay V»ry tt ludividual dealer policy. P6Al.eR PRESENTS |d4«« \V "YOU |fT YOUR I»^K" 9N RA"lp J.&L. MOTORS . 600 Diagonal . Phone 585 .-,:A

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