The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1957 · Page 2
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(la.) Uppw DM Metott flrarktor, April 2$, Early Resident Of LuVerne Dies in Minn. LuVerne — Mrs Marlha Sch- ntider accompanied Mr and Mrs Ray Funk, Mrs Arnold Myett and Mrs Edward Kuehnast of Hurhboldt, Friday to Clinton, Minn., where on Saturday they attended the funeral of their cousin, Mrs August Keirchstein, 81. Mr Keirchstein preceded hi? wife in February. The Keircl> stein family lived here about 86 years ago, Before moving to Clinton. DAVIS Colorful PlMk HANDY HANGERS Frl, Sat., 4nd Monday limit—I set Co • Customer , Ow to fcong hand laundry from tfcowor curtain • rod," towel holder, •to. Ideal for hem* or travel. Hold firmly—cannot'' tnag . or t»af your tout thing* Plmric tano*r hook and dotheipln combination with •Mtal iprino. AdorHd color* In *et. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE A flew Arrival Word has been received of the birth of a son Friday, April 19, to A/1C Gail and Mrs Stoddara at a base hospital, Ofutt Field Omaha, Neb. Weight nine Ibs and named Steven. They have two ether children, Julia and Jerald. Gail is the son of Mrs Marie Stoddard, LuVerne, and Mrs Stoddard is the former Eioise Jacobson, daughter oi Mrs Kate Jacobson of Ottosen. See I.S.T.C. Relays John Zimmerman, his son, Robert of Hanover, 111., and R. L Rossman of Renwick attended the relay races Saturday at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. They were accompanied home for the weekend by John Agoro and Roosevelt Harvey, who participated in the relays. They are students at the University at DubUque. P«p*f Drit* A Success The Senior and Intermediate Youth Fellowship of the Methodist church had a paper drive afteJ- sehdol Thursday. The committee was Ronald Stone,- LeRoy Witzel, Sally Prior and Cheryl Dimler. Good Will Club The Good Will Club were guests Thursday, April 18, in the home of 'Mrs Bert Putzstuck, with Mrs Harry Thilges assisting hostess. Mrs Joseph Putestuck was a guest. ' Mr and Mrs Robert Zimmerman and daughter Kimberly of Hanover, 111., spent the Easter weekend visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman and grandfather, John Hefti, Sr. Mr and Mrs Milton Brown oi Story City visited his sister, Mr and Mrs John Pergande and family over Friday -night. On Saturday Mrs Pergande. Diane, Roger and Ronald, accompanied her brother and wife to Omaha, Neb., where they spent Easter with their mother, Mrs Marie Brown. A Easter family dinner was held; - Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Louis Pe»gande in Humboldt. Attending were Mr and Mrs Carl Pergande, Mr ana Mrs Eugene Casey and children, John Pergande and Micky of LuVerne, Mr' and Mrs Ernest Pergande and children of Renwick, Mr and Mrs Herman Pergande and family of Humboldt Mr and Mrs Laurel Bentley and daughter Dawn of Fairfielti spent the .Easter weekend with her fatherj Phil C. Lichty. Eester weekend guests in the Mr and Mrs Harold Hansen home were their daughter, Mr and Mrs Edward WtJdmift and children of Norfolk Neb., and theii son, Mr and Mrs Clifford Hansen and baby of Sioux City. Jerry Groh, attending Dunwoody Institute, Minneapolis. Minn., spent the taster weekenc. with his parents, Mr and Mr; Carl Groh. Mr and Mrs Roy Roed an. children of Woodbine spent tht .Easter weekend visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz Mrs Clara Wolf entertained hei Children for Easter dinner. Roman Hiszczgnskyi of Minneapolis spent the Easter weekend with his wife and hew baby daughter, Romona Lou, in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Louis Merkle. Mr ahd Mrs Richard Taylor and daughter Shelley of Iowa City were weekend visitors with her parents, Mr and Mrs Edwir Hefti and Jim. Mrs James Roberts of Iowa City visited here Saturday afternoon. Mrs Roberts is the former Marilyn Hefti. Earl Gronbach of Hayfield, Minn, visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach, Easter. Mrs Gronbach and children Who had spent the past week here With lis parents and her parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz returned to her home ( Mr and Mrs Ronald Anderson of Forest City were Sunday visitors in the parental, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Hanselman home. Mr and Mrs James Sloter oi Forest City spent the weekend visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs William Prior, Donovan and Sally. Mrs Lillie 0. Hesse had as guests Easter, her son, Dr. and Mrs Norman Hesse and children of Renwick. Mrs Edward Link and children of Genoa, 111. arrived Sunday morning to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry A. Marty. Mr and Mrs Judian Weltha and daughter of Randall were Easter guests in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty. Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly accompanied by Mrs Emma Kubly and Mrs Charles Burke of Renwick visited Friday afternoon in Goldfidld with Mrs Anna Kelling who has been ill. Eldon Marty of Waltham, Minn, came Saturday for the weekend visiting -his parents,. Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty, Mrs Marty and JoAnn who had spent the past week visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs C, O. McCle].- lan returned home With him. • Visitors, Sunday afternoon in the Mrs Marie Stoddard homo were her daughters, Mr and Mrs Jaspar Vaughn and daughters of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson and children of Rutland. Mr and Mrs Morris Espeland and children of fort DM*«. . Mr and Mrs Jaspar Vattghu and daughters of GortHth WtrS suiter fuesfc i«. the hcfiftte 0f jte? sister, Mf anfl Mrs Ralfcn ttttfifct I CLOSING-OUT FARM ALE As I.have decided to quit farming and have rented out my land, the following •property will be sold at the farm located on the Blacktop, 4 miles West of Bancroft, 6 miles South, '/ 2 mile East of Swea City, 5 miles North and l'/ 2 miles East of Lone Bock, on ... Wednesday, May 1 SALE STARTS AT 12:30 P, M. of Livestock 52 . The Misses Beulah afid Eggleston of bfes Mdines visited their parents, Mr and Mrs Qeo A. Eggleston over the, weekend Mr and Mrs Ray Agard, Lin^n and Gary had as Easter guests his mother and aunt, Mrs Alice Agard and Mrs Jennie Kellinfl of Goldfield and hef parents, M? and Mrs Cyril Woodseft of Eagi* Grove. Mr and Mrs Frank Gfonbteh had some of their ehildffefi firt Easter, Mr and Mrs farl Offcn* bach and children of Hayfield Minn.. Mr and Mrs W. Dale Bray* ton and children of Sheffield. Mr and Mrs Richard Gtonbacl, and Vicky, LuVerne. Saturday evening, ApfiL il 1 visitors in the John Hefti, Sr.^nti John Zimmerman home were Dudley Blesie and son LeRoy of Peterson, Minn., and Mr anc Mrs Walter McPeak of Renwick Mr and Mrs Elmer Emery Wert Easter guests in the home of hei sister-in-law, Mrs Jessie Strip ling and children. Mrs Eunice Meyers spent the holiday weekend visiting in the homes of Ernest Meyer, Mrs. Laura Meyer, Charles Brown, Mrs Lillian Selby and Mrs Lylt Penton and families. Mrs Meyet,' is attending Drake University. ' Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer and Eldon of Whittemore were Sunday visitors with his mother, Mrs Tillie Meyer and sister, Mr and Mrs Herman Hinz and Ruth Ann. Herbert Huff, University oi Iowa, spent the holiday week-end with his parents, Mr and Mrs David Huff and brother, Harry. Mr and Mrs Edward Hof, Mr and Mrs Laverne Jeffers ahd Ervin Barton attended the funeral of Frank Brown, 67, in Nora Springs Wednesday. He is survived by his wife and his mother, Mrs Anna Grant, 101, living at a home !n Mason City. Mr Brown lived t here many years ago when a fefey. Goldie Gay Guess, Iowa State Teachers ColltgQi spent the holi 'iv with hef f>«rfeftt* t Mf attd Mr. Elden Guess and Sunny. A guts: tie past week in the Guess hortt vas their small granddaughtei Day Knight of Cleat Lake. Grade Operetta Here This Week All students in grades 4, 6, & 6 af the Lucia Wallace School will present one o! the most popular 6( the Gilbert afid ^Sullivan opcrasj H. M. 3. Pinafore, on thursday, April 25, at 2:00 p.m. and cih Friday, April 26, at 7:30 p.m. in the Wallace Gyrh. GarjSr Golwell, Sir Joseph Pof- ter, K. C. B. ( First Lord o! the Admifrality, is the chief comedy part. John Schutter, Captain Corcoran, is the commanding officer of the Pinafore. John Phil- tips is an able seamah, along with Boatsw^n, Jack Williams, and the Pirate, Clay Mowers. Alan Holt is the onlv Marine of Board, while Terry Zweifel becomes a Bosun's right hand man. Lindn Percivat as Josephine, is the lovely captain's daughter. Mary HallaUer, Little .Buttercup, is a Portsmouth boat-womah who Sells' to the sailors. Sally Scobba, Is the favorite of all Sir Joseph's relatives. Sixteen chorus girls are cast as Sir Joseph's relatives while 19 chorus boys are cast as sailors on board ship. A chorus of 98 boys And girls completes the cast of characters. In addition, the 4tb grade chorus of Third Ward •chool will sing at the Matineo Oh Thursday. Bancroft News Lt. and Mrs Francis WUhelmi artd family, Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Elmer Menke and family. Pond*, Sptnt the weekend with relatives here. _ A personal shower honoring Marjory Mulligan was held Saturday at the Kenneth Mulligan hoitti. MftfjOff will be married Ma? 18 to Bob Menke. Both art employed in Agona. Mr and Mrs George Merron and family spent from Friday until Sunday in Waterloo with the Ray Merrons. Mr and Mrs Tom Lensing, Lori Shd Joyce spent Sunday with relatives here returning to Ames Monday morning. Raymond Menke is a patient of St. Ann hospital, Algona, where he is undergoing treatment. Milwaukee Read Schedule Change A change in time for the Milwaukee Road passenger trains, east and west, was announced this week by John Snere, local agent for the railroad. Effective Sunday. April 28, eastbound No. 22 to Chicago will leave Algoha at 7:83 p.m. instead of 8:43 p.m. Westbound No. 11 will arrive in Algona from Chicago at 7:59 a.m. effective Monday morning, April 29, Mr Snere said, or about an hour earlier than at present. New Brownie Cameras Starflash Camera $8% Starflex Camera $925 LOWEST PRICES EVER RUSK DRUG PHOMt CY 4-3535 - YOUR NEWSPAPER "Really, Mabel, Haven't You Heard of BANK-BY-MAIL!" It's ever so convenient. Saves time, too. We furnish envelopes; you simply enclose deposits for your account, and drop them in the nearest mail box. Just another of the ways we try to make banking even moro easy and enjoyable for you. Safe Confidential Accommodating IOWA STAT 12 Algona Member FDIC Iowa FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE GIFTS THRU OUR "WAMPUM TAPE PLAN" >,,,-,.,.,. & ^* "Mil iNEY BEANS SPAGHETTI J Purebred Angus Bull, about 4 years old, no papers, 7 Red/White Face Cows. 1 Black/White Face Cow. 4 White Cow, ' i Black Cow. 1 Red Roian Cow. 2 Black Roan Cows. 2 Red Cows. 5 Black/White Face Heifers, long 2 years old, 1 Black Heifer, long 2 years old. 1 Black Roan" Heifer, long 2 years old. 1 Black Roan White Face Heifer, long 2 years old. 5 Black, S-'year-old Heifers. 3 Black/White Face, 3-year-old Heifers. All above cows and heifers have been pasture running with the above 'Black Angus 'Bull '.'" ;" since Oct. 22, 1956, 13 Black and , J|Jack/Whlte Face Steer Calves weighjinostly about 5pO ibs. 7 Black and Black/White Face Heifer Calves weight mostly about 400 to 500 Ibs. Machinery and Equipment -1955 New Holland 86 PTO baler with loading chute and trailer hitch. Baled less than 14,000 bales, like new, •4048 Ford Model 8N tractor with original rubber and Dearborn * standard manure loader, to be sold as a unit. .4048 Ford Model 8N tractor with original rubber. <*PTQ standard kit for Ford tractor, -Pulley for Ford tractor. J—-Set of tire .chains for Forol tractor. J-*«FV13 Tractor with cultivator, 8 shovels in front, H JoHn Deere two wheeled tractor - spreader. Very goo4 4-bar tractor side delivery J J type, can also be used as pull type. Good. 1—Dearborn Utility Blade. 1—Dearborn 2-14 lift type plow. 1—Dearborn lift type Disc.. 10-ft. 1—IHC 2-12 tractor Plow. 1—John Deere Marseilles Grain Elevator with wide Hoist, wide Hopper and homemade PTO. Old but runs good. 1—IHC 2-row Corn Planter with tractor hitch. Old. 1—jCross Corn Sheller with cob stacker and shell corn blower. Rated at 200 bushels per hour. rake, Western Roller and Cuiti-packer, af-ft. Prag Harrow with folding flpick-Cieering Endgate Seeder, new. t Deere 7-ft. Tandeni pise, old, put f ad blades. . gad Iros. singlfi'rQW porn snapper. -IHC Corn Binder, single row. -M.W. 5th wheel Trailer, not so good. mounted tractor JiWffvf, lift »Brady 5th wheel Trailer, very good. -High wheel Wagon with box. -90-bu. M.W. Flare Box. 2—Flat Racks. One very good. 1—M-W. (KKMb, Electric Cream Separator, used 3 years. 1—300-gal. CJas Barrel with, shut off value, hose, nozzle and steel stand. 1—International Weed Chopper. Electric Fencer Jess than 1 year old. J—JOQO-lb. platform scale- 1--Boy's Bicycle, standard size. 1—4.p«n Rabbit Hutch, 4xfi'ft. J—Pump Jack with motor. 4—Feed Bunks. And other items too numerous to mention. TERMS J CASH. No property to be removed until settled far. Not responsible lor acddenU. ^ff»; ( ?,Jrp|| • ,_^lji f'^jf IIJp.. *P *•! "P.. mjp mH mm SAYINGS Hurt, Ctelk VACUUM PACK TIN DRIP OR RI6ULAR 01711 ANGEL FOOD COOK BOOK WITH £ A IfrOZ. XAN IB.! Save the Pink CASH REGISTER TAPES you get when you shop in COUNCIL OAK STORES. Put them In •the handy envelope* available at all COUNCIL OAK STORES. When an en. velope contains a total of $35.00 in PINK CASH, REGISTER TAPES, bring them in and the $tore manager will exchange them for the premium* you want There is nC- limit to the number of FREE gift* you 'may jet on this offer. CHURCH ORGANIZATIONS, LODGES, CLUBS: Pool your cash regis- { ter tape* and procure sizable amounts of .these free gifts for your church or club, AVAILABLE NOW! + HAND PAINTED DIVNEEWARB •* STAINLESS STEEL TABLEWABK * STAINLESS KITCION TOOLS POTATOES *o"bBo«f BUTTER 44* CRNDY FOR S??*ttriMT FV»> •«*•* t - SACRAMENTO TOHWTO JIMCI RED PONTIACS CAULIFLOWER SNOWBALL VARIETY. Large Be»d 29 POTATOES NEW CROP FLORIDA REDS FLOUR 50 & 2. MISSION CATSUP 2 '^ 29c SUNKIST NAVEL ORANGES LARGE SIZE PER DOZEN SHOULPEH POT RQASTS RIB STEAKS MUM or SIRLOIU STEAKS, Ib, 69 100% PURE GROUND BEEP SK4NLESS FRANKS ARMOUR'S BANNER 3 Lbs. .... 89c ALL-MEAT BIG BOLOGNA. Ib. 39c BACQtf/LB. 39' TriiP^tf MRATY SPARE. 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