The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 25, 1957 · Page 11
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.•A 9 Teachers At Ledyard Sign For Next Year Udyard — The following teachers have been signed to tearb here next year. Siipt. Wil lads-en will return and also Wm. Khnker as high school principal and Marlin Peterson will also loiich in high school. Grade Teachers are: 1st grade, .Murlry MiH LM -; 2nd grade, Mr? WHladsi-n; 3rd grade, Miss Retina Mender; 4th grade, Mrs Wm Fennemn; 5th grade, Mrs Lov etad; Gth grade, Mrr, Beyers. . There are several vacancies si ill to he filled. Mrs Richard Meyer came from Virginia Beach, Virginia, last week where she had been with her husband who is in service. She will remain here at the home "f her parents, Mr and Mrs Tim Doory while he is overseas. Mrs Clayton Roseboro, Judy nnd Terry visited in Estherville, Wallingford and Graettinger on Friday. The Albert Collins family from Rock Island, 111. visited Mrs Wm. Green and Ell wood, the Ted Greens and Aubrey Waterhouses over the Easter weekend. Mr and Mrs George Thompson of Ledyard and their niece, Mrs Ronald Jutting of Buffalo Center drove to Austin, on Thursday to hear their nephew Robert Wessels of Grand Rapids sing in the Seminary choir of Grand Rapids Mr and Mrs Tom Whitcomb, Danny and Mary Beth of Morris, Minn, spent the weekend visiting at the J. F. Sullivan home. John Knoner spent last Saturday and Sunday at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Edward Knoner. He and his wife have been at Tulsa, Okla., where he is employed by Douglas Aircraft. He is being transferred now tc El Segundo where he will be with Douglas Aircraft as an engineer. Mrs Lena Warner spent last weekend in Algona where she visited her son and family, the Leonard Warners and attended the confirmation of her granddaughter Beverly Warner. Rosalyn Bashara, who recently completed a secretarial course at the Mankato Business college, began work as a secretary in Fairmont, at the Minnesota Mining Company. Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade and son Craig of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder and son Russell spent Easter Sunday at the homo of their mother, Mrs Martha Schroeder. Mr and Mrs William Klinker and Gary went to Primghar to spend Easter with Mrs Klinkcr's parents. ; ...... Mr and Mrs Morris Hines went to Newton on Thursday, where Mr Hines has accepted a position with the Maytag Company to begin as soon as school is over They were looking for suitable living quarters. Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson and sons, David and Dexter of Waterloo, spent the Easter weekend at the home of Mrs Marie Halvorson and Marvel. Mr and Mrs George Anderson of Florida came to spend Easter and this week with his mother. Mrs Elizabeth Anderson. Mr and Mrs B. E. Gilbertson and family and Mr and Mrs Geo Jacobson spent Easter at the home of the Jerry Jacobsons at Freeborn, Minn. The Methodist Circles will meet this week Thursday with the Esther Circle at the home of Mrs E. A. Carpenter with Mrs Barnes assisting in the afternoon Engaged To Wed Titonka Man Titonka — Mr and Mrs George D. Smith of Harcourt announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Shirley Jean to Richard Peterson, sor of Mr and Mrs Ernest Peterson ol Titonka. The bride-elect will graduate from Harcourt high school, May 14th. Mr Peterson is employed as a mechanic at Nelson Motors in Webster City. The wedding is planned for June 2nd at 7:30 p.m. in the Methodist Church in Harcourt with Rev. Glen Squires, a former Titonka minister, officiating. and the Mary Circle at the home of Mrs 'Gertrude Wiemor with Mrs D. B. Mayer assisting. Mr Earl Moore of Emmetsburg came Friday to visit at the home of his sister. Mrs H. M. Dyer and son, Howard. Mr and Mrs W. E. Wiemer and Mrs Gertrude Wiemer went to Fort Dodge Saturday a,nd brought Mrs Wiemer's father, E. E. Williams, home with them to spend Easter and a few days this week.' Mrs Chester Johnson, who came home from Olin last week- Sunday after having been with her daughter Patty when her baby was born, has been seriously ill at her home. Last week her daughter, Mrs Ed Munyer of Elmore cared for her. On Sunday another daughter Mrs James Rippentrop and her husband came to spend the day and Mrs Rippenlrop remained to care for her mother this week. On Easter Sunday Mr and Mrs Thalfrcd Udstuen and family of Rochester, Minn., Mr and Mr? Burton Johnson and family, Mr and Mrs Orville Runksmeier and the Clarence Darnell family of Elmore were guests at the home of Mrs Ida Darnell. Mr and Mrs O. S. Willadsen of Storm Lake, Mr and Mrs Eugene Kreft of Early, Mr and ^Mrs Clifford Christensen and Kirby and Dixie and Mr and Mrs Laurin DeMouth and Michael of Mason City were Easter Sunday guests at the home of Supt. and Mrs Leo Willadsen and Sandra. Mr and Mrs Henry Frey spen* Easter day at the home of their daughter and family, the James Burris at Bradgate. Mr and Mrs John Walterman visited Mr and Mrs Albert Barnes on last Wednesday evening and helped Mrs Barnes celebrate her birthday. Algona 4-H Club The April meeting of the Algona 4-H was held at Richard Lickteig's home with 15 members and two guests present. Dennis Schoby was elected as a new vice president. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT IT Mrs Tony Jamil Entertains For Portland Club f»ottland — The Portland Progress Club met Thursday afternoon, April 18th. at the home o.' Mrs Tony Jandl. About ter. members were "present and ont guest, Mrs Hugh Williams. The lesson was on Teen-agers Mrs R. H. Thompson of Bur) gave a talk on federated Clubs. There was no voting as to wheth* er the Portland Progress club would become a Federated club or not, as it was decided to wait until most of the members could be present. It was decided however that the club would contribute two dollars to the Cancel fund. The next meeting will b< May ICth at the home of Mrs Virgil Schrader. Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen and family, Mr and Mrs Levant Moore and family, Mr and Mrs Lewis LarSen and Nancy and Miss Velnia Larsen were Easier Sunday dinner guests at the Minnie Larsen home. Merlyn Bartlett has been working at the Dennis Dreesman farm. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bartlett, Merlyn and Mary Ann were Easter Sunday dinner guests at Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen's oi Swea City. Mr' and Mrs Ray Fitch were Sunday , dinner guests at, the George Johnson home in Algona and visited Mr and Mrs Dewey Skilling and family Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs George Johnson will move 1o their farm homo north and east of Algona the later part of this week. Mary Ann fiartlett was a Friday evening supper guest at the home of Mrs Hazel Carroll. Mrs Minnie Larsen and Velma called at the Hazel Carroll home- Friday evening. Darwin Reutzel was baptized at the Methodist Church in Burt Easter Sunday. Guests at the Reutzel home were: Mr and Mrs Orville Molan, Meri Dec and Marva Lee of Omaha, Mr and Mrs Joe Cervera and family of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Leo Harris of Armstrong and Gene Thompson. • Mr and Mrs R. I. Simpson called at the Otto Reutzel home.-Sunday evening. Mrs Richard Samuelson, Dickie and Sharon of Fort Dodge spent the Easter weekend with Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy and ihe Tienan brothers. Mr and Mrs Lem Stockwell and Mrs Frank Fisher of Titonka called on Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy Saturday afternoon. John Teeter of Ames came home for the Easter holiday weekend. Mr and Mrs Franz Teeter, John and Donna, Mr and . Mrg Edmund Larsen and Beverly and Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen and Linda were Sunday dinner guests at the Harvey Johnson's of Algona. Mr and Mrs Charles Phelps visited relatives in Burt Saturday, they visited at the Leonard Daniels and Cora Stow homes. Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf of Des Moines came up Friday evening to spend the weekend at the Donald Ringsdorf and Henry Radmaker homes. Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara and Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Rad'- maker home. Easter dinner guests at the Earl Shipler home were'Mr and Mrs W. B. Shipler of Swea City Mr and Mrs Gordon Hansen of Titonka and Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf of Burt were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Ringsdorf LAND AND FARM MACHINERY I As I am moving out of the state I will seU the farm known as the Zahltieck if arm located 4 1 /? miles west of Ringsted, Iowa, on WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 SALE STARTS AT 1 P.M. — FARM TO BE SOLD FIRST 16O ACRE FARM BUILDINGS 8-room modern 2-story house, built-in cupboards, hot water heater, full basement; 40 x 40 barn; 16 x 48 chicken house; 16 x 30 hog house; 8 x 10 milk house; double corn crib; and several other small buildings. POSSESSION AND TERMS Immediate possession will be given on sale date, with exception of house. Possession of house will be given May 15. Crops that are in will be given to buyer. 20 percent down sale date, balance when deed and abstract furnished. $1 per acre brokerage fee will be paid to the broker registering buyer with auctioneers- by sale dale. FARM MACHINERY 1950 model U M-M tractor; 4-row M-M cult.; complete line of good farm machinery; 2 cars and pickup. W. C. BLINKMANN Clark & Clark, Auctioneer* First Trust & Savings Bank. Armstrong, Clerk home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson and Mr and Mrs George Boecklemari of Titonka were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Elwood Nelson home. Mr and Mrs Verle Nelson ana family were Sunday dinner guests at Mrs Nelson's sister's, Mr and Mrs Merle Brown of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Bill Batt of Burt called on Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque of Ames were Easter weeeknd guests at the C. L. Young home. Miss Sharon Smith of Austift spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Cliet Smith. Mrs Carrie Larson of Burl spent Sunday afternoon at the Clifford Waltman home. Opal Waltman and Mrs Etta Holdren of Burt were supper guests and spent the evening at the Waltman home. McGoldrick Goes To Nebraska Job Richard McGoldrick, manager of the Algona Hotel for the past year under the Boss Hotel ownership, was informed Monday that he will become the manager of the Pathfinder Hotel at Fremont, Neb. effective, Monday, April 22. He had remained here since the recent sale of the Algona Hotel to assist the new manage* ment in the ownership changeover. The .hotel was sold by Boss to John Plunt of Ft. Dodge. Mr and Mrs McGoldrick made many friends here who regret their departure, but wish them a full measure of future success and congratulations of their larger assignment. The "R" with a line drawn through the tail, which is used on prescription blanks, stands for "Recipe." Thursday, April 25, 1957 Algeria flo.) Upptf Dti MdK»*-i Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper ATTENTION, FARMERS! NATION-WIDE WAREHOUSE SALE f ^m>i^^» \\ of new, never-used machinery and many non-current items... so you're the winner with BIG savings /Ijj\ EXAMPLES OF THESE SAVINGS: 60 Pull-Type COMBINE Save To $425 on PTO Model Save To $475 on Engine Model 80 Self-propelled COMBINE - 10, 12, 14 Ft. Cut Save Up To $450 No. 1 Automatic BALER - A Few Older Models at Terrific Savings Up To $500 No. 7 SWATHER With 9 Ft. Cut - Save Up To $100 No. 20 Wide Level DISC HARROW - Save Up To $30 to $60 — — ,^. t v^%r* -^r\ NOW AT QQ BRADLEY BROS. Every Piece of Equipment On Sale IB Famous, Slraightline MASSEY-HARRIS ... All With Factory Warranty OW COULDY R. RILEY?" "Oh, how could you?" That's what S & L sales people said when they saw the extremely low sales prices placed on these items by Mr Frank Riley, S & L's store manager. You'll find them just as hard to believe, too, when you see what really terrific buys they are. All going on sale at 10 a.m. TOMORROW, SHARP, in a drastic, stock reducing after-Easter disposal. Store Open REDUCED AS MUCH AS JUNIOR, MISSES and HALF SIZES ! MARVELOUS SAVINGS I EXTRA JUST 10 DRESSES REDUCED TO Rayon crepe fabrics. Sizes for juniors and misses. • $2 All from our regular stocks. Shirtwaists, sheaths, swing skirts and jacke,t styles in spring-right fabrics of butcher linen, sheer crepes, rayon prints, cottons, taffetas. Sizes 9 to 15: 12 to 20; 14Vi to 24>/2. SAVE FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY AT S & L SAVE NOW ON WOMEN'S, MISSES' AND JUNIORS COATS! Women's RAIN 'N SHINE COATS Cotton tweeds and rayon failles. Sizes 8 to 18. 13.88 The savings you've been waiting for! Leading styles and best high-fashion fabrics of flannels, tweeds, fleeces and hopsackings. Sices 8 to 18. BE EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION MEN'S TIES SHARPLY REDUCED I 50c Woven, jacquardf and all over novelty patterns in smart styles and shape*. GIRLS' COATS & TOPPERS $ 7& $ 8 $4 Big -Sister SPRING DRESSES Sharply reduced from regular stock. Flattering young fashions in embossed cottons, permafaille prints and drip- dry lace trimmed solids. Sizes 7 to 14. $2 $3 flared and fitted styles in dressy faille* and linens. Toppers in nylon and acrilan. Spring colors. Sices 7 to U. GIRLS' 3 to 6x COATS PRICED FOR BIO SAVINGS AT ONIY Few Of A Kind j ECTACULARS BE HERE WHEN DOORS OPEN AT 10 WOMENS & GIRLS FASHIONS 20 Womens Cotton Sun Dresses $2 3 Corduroy Jumpers _.* 1.99 5 Sub-Teen Dresses •. .„ $1 3 Womens Suits „' .-Jt>i._ $3. 1 Ladies Swim Suit — Size 34 II. 3.88 ACCESSORIES 9 Womens Purses . ,25c 7 Pr. Girls Dress Glove — Navy „ ,25c 46^'Pr. Ladies Ear Rings .10q MEN & BOYS WEAR 60 Pr. Mens Stretch Sox > .37c 17 Boys Short Sleeve Shirts *g^_ .SOc; 30 Pr, Boys Cotton Socks 5-for 1.00 12 Boys Caps '. ,17c 10 Mens Terry Cloth Shirts —SS 1.00 5 Mens Unlined Jackets , 1,50 60 Mens Blue Chambray Shirts —«„.. ,«99c FOR THE HOME " 1 Only — 6 pc. Dish Towel Set ,99c 500 Yds. Fine Percale - Yd, ,-. __ ,25e 16 Pr. Assorted Curtains „—„, ,. w ,99c 10 Fancy Dish Towels —_——., — ,24c 200 Yds. Plisse - Yd, - —— m .29c 500 Yds. Drip Dry Fabrics — yd, .44e SHOES 22 Pr, Ladies Mocs , „ ,99c 26 Pr. Ladies Slippers .,— ,99« LINGERIE & HOSIERY 52 Pr. Ladies Nylons - 8V 2 to 9H —-. 6 Pr, Girls Crepe Pajamas „„,.,.._,—„ ,77s 2 Ladies Bra's - 32A - 328 „ ,. .10« INFANTS WEAR 6 Little Girls Hats ,™,™ ^, w »4fe 8 Bars Johnson Baby Soap „-____ ,04c 5 Boys Coat Sets „.„.„„.„..,. $5 3 Girts Dresse* - iize 2and § WVWWW9W , ,$Qc

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