The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 30, 1957 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 30, 1957
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May 30, 19s? Alfleno (la.) Upp»f DM AROUND ALGONA Mfi Ed Slums* will be host ess to the Happy Birthday Club on Friday afternoon. Albet J Reid entertained nor sowing dub on Tuesdaj afternoon. o — . t ' A j J * fcfcfekfc' kick Cowan and Lando Mishak returned Monday evening from a fishing trip to Woman's Lake, Minn. Marian Sigsbee and son. Sill will spend the Memorial Da> weekend on a fishing trip to Cuss Lake, Minn. Dorothy Ann, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Merlin C. Altman. was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Church. —o— Mrs Clarence Macumber is in Rochester to be with her mother, Mrs Anna Bierstedt of Hurt who is a surgery patient. Mr and Mrs Dean Parrott and family spent the weekend at Mystic,, Iowa where they visited Mrs Permit's parents. Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson had as their guests on Sunday, Mr Hobson's brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Orrie Hobson of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs' Allan Buchanan have as their guests, Mrs Buchanan's parents, Mr and Mrs Karl Wiuff of Atlantic. The visitors arrived here Saturday. —o— Mr and Mrs John Spencer are parents of a son, James Francis, born Thursday at St. Ann hospital. They now have a family of three boys and a girl. —o— Rex Voyles, Jay Alheringlon, Gene Heimers, Norris Rousseau and Darrell Eischcid left Monday for a fishing trip in norlhern Minnesota. Mrs Robert Sigsbee went to Iowa City Saturday to visit her father, Adolph Bruellman of West Bend, who is a patient at Oakdale Hospital. Mrs Bruellman accompanied her and they returned home Monday. —o— Mr and Mrs Marvin Calhoun entertained their card club on Sunday evening. Low scores, with the dish-washing penalty were received by Milton Will and Mrs Calhoun. Mrs Robert LaBarre is being visited by her brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs John J Schouten and Marty and Mike of Phoenix, Ariz. They arrived here Monday and plan to leave today (Thursday), Mrs John Thuente. Delia Weiter, Edith Welter, Ruby Murtha, Mrs C. R. McQuiston, Mrs William Kirkland, Mrs A. J. Huen- liold and Mrs Richard Cowan have issued invitations for a luncheon at the Algona Country Club next Wednesday. Mr and Mrs G. F. Towne arc being visited by their son-in- law and daughter, Major and Mrs Robert Clapper and two sons, Bobby arid Jonathan. The visitors have recently returned from Japan where Major Clapper was stationed for three years with the Air Force. Mrs Clapper, the former Betty Lou Towne, was with him for 2M> years of the time .and the youngest son, Jonathan was born there. They returned on the SS President Wilson and Mrs Clapper and the boys came from the west coast by airline arid her husband, by automobile. After July 5 they will be stationed at Camp Cook, California. Mr and Mrs Jess Grubb were at Faribault, Minn, on May 11 attending the wedding of their son. Donald, to Diane Pofhal. Others from Algona attending were the bridegroom's sisters, Mrs Allan Bullock and Rosemary and Susan and Mrs Clifford Etherington and Jason and Carole Sue. Mrs Jess Grubb, Mrs Clifford Etherington and Mrs Allan Bullock were hostesses at a bridal shower Saturday evening in honor of Mrs Donald Grubb of Faribault, Minn. Guests were Mesdames Robert Carlson, Anna Sutlon, John Jennings, Harry Ditsworth, W. D. Crnil, George McVay, L. J. White, Ray Alderson, John Heimers and Mrs Bill Schultz of Clarion. —o— The Catholic Daughters of America had a pot-luck supper Monday evening in the shelter house of the Call State Park. The Presentation Sister were guests Chairladies were Mrs William Bestenlehner, Joan Stebrilx and Mrs Edmund ' Frideres. The C. D. of A. will have a rummage sale Friday from 9 to 5 at the Moose Hall. Mrs Art Ristau and Mrs Virgil Roethler are it; charge. Capt. Fischer To Get I.S.C. Degree Swoa City — Captain Harold Fischer will be awarded the bachelor of science degree at Iowa State College next month, with a major in industrial management, according to his parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Fischer, Sr. The Captain has received his orders from the U.S. Air Force :or the next three years—he will nstruct classes in Air Force rlOTC at Iowa State and continue lis studies toward a master's degree. Captain and Mrs Fischer and their three children, Dana, iarold III, and Kurt, live at 418 Pearson Avenue, Ames. i Rheumatic Fever Sandra Elwood who with her mother is living in a Misbach apartment on S. Harlan has be^n ill for two and a half weeks with a recurrence of rheumatic fever and is under a doctor's care. Sandra is a senior in the local high school. William Henry Harrison was the oldest U. S. president to take offiqe. He was 68. L. S. BOHANNON "The hail storm last year just about ruined me. I needed thai crop to meet payments on the mortgage and farm equipment. I don't dare run the risk this year — does your agency sell Crop-Hail Insurance?" For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency. Phone CY4- 4443. PUBLIC AUCTION OF BILL ROSS ESTATE IMPROVED 160 ACRE FARM will be sold at the premises located I mile west, one-half mile south and one-half mile west of Armstrong, Iowa on Tuesday, June 11,1957 2:00 P.M. DESCRIPTION: The Northeast Quarter (NE'/i) of Section Twenty-one (21) Township Ninety-nine (99) North, Range Thirty-one (31) West of the 5th P.M., Emmet County, Iowa, except one acre in Northeast corner. Farm will be sold as 159 acres. IMPROVEMENTS; Modern Two-Story House with 3 bedrooms, living room, dining room, kitchen, porch and oil heat. Barn 32 x 40 with 20 x 32 and 16 x 70 Cattle Sheds attached. Corn Crib and Granery 24 x 16. Hog House 16 x 30 (portable). Machine Shed 18 x 40. Silo and Silo room attached. Chicken House 12 x 28. POSSESSION: Purchaser will take possession of farm on July 15, 1957. LEASE: This farm will be sold subject to lease which expires Morch 1, 1958 and Landlord's interest in lease will be assigned to Purchaser. Purchaser will be required to .pay for Land* lord's share of fertilizer and seed corn. TERMS: 15% of the sale price will be paid at time of sale and balance of purchase price will be due on July 15, 1957. This farm will be sold subject to a mortgage which hqs a balance due of $8,850-00 with principal payments of $250.00 due on March 1st of each year plus interest at 4'/2 per cent per annum. BROKERS: $1.00 per acre will be paid to the broker who registers the buyer with the Attorneys for the Estate prior to the sale. This sale is subject to the approval of the District Court of the State of Iowa in and for Emmet County. W. M, ROSS ESTATE First Trust and Savings Bank Fitsgibbons and Fil?gibbons Armstrong, Iowa Esiherville, Iowa Executor Attorneys for the Estate Clair Clark and Lloyd Clark Auctioneers Prteii IffetKvt From Wednesday, May 29, Through tuftsday, Jun* 4 BORDENS better Ice Cream AT FAREWAY Apples Comstock Sliced Pie 20-oz. Can !/2 Gallon Brick FREE PACKAGE CUP CONES RED DOT MB. PKO. 3 Reg. Pkgs. Bondware 9-Inch » 40-Count Pkg. Cake Mix Pillsbury White ' Choc. Golden Reg, Pkg. Bondware For Cold Drinks 10'Count Pkgs. LIBBYS FROZEN JUICE ORANGE Northern Colored 60-Count Pkg. Hi- .Sunshine Butter Cracker 33< Reunion Cream Style No. 303 Can HBLEX Bleach & Disinfectant 49* 20 oz. Can FASTCO Oleomargarine 5 1-LB. l.OO ALL FLAVORS LIQUID FLOOR WAX Simonize QT. CAN 79C Wilson Certified, Tendered • Sugar-Cured •H I Whole or Shank Half ib. BUTT PORTION ,, Ib. 59c LARGE SIZE IEMONS Doz. 39c Algona Creamery 2Lb. Roll Folgers Instant 6 oz. Jar Pet Evaporated Tall Cans All Purpose Detergent Giant Pkg, Mild Colby Longhorn Cheese SELECT QUALITY, FAREWAYS LEAN, SLICED, PLAZA U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF STEAKS - FRYING CHICKENS - ROASTING CHICKENS & TURKEYS 'SKINLESS Weiners LB. A S9C SLICED FOR SANDWICHES LARGE 390 16. SWEETHEART BRAND TOMATOES Reg. Tuba

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