The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1954 · Page 19
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 19

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 18, 1954
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I Youngsters IfBurtPre School Roundup tK^r" ~T, Some 25 children and oh , mot hers were at the preschool round-up; in the school fiduse Wednesday afternoon, May 12. The county school nurse, , Joyce Hayden, with the county elementary supervisor, Fideli Knlsholm of Algona were ther . and the children ,were' given check-up. Each •, was presenteu • With a tooth brush. Refreshment were served by = the kindergarte teacher, Mrs Dangelser. • This is the enrollment: Nancj Ackermafv Paulette Arend, Joy , ce Baumgard, • Boyd " Bristow Charles Bullock f Janet Cherlarid Steven Grubb, Barbara Heise Diane Hoppus, Bernita Johnson Susan Kent, Charlotte Lappe Charlene Lappe, Harold Lav renz, Robert Madsen, Henrj, Meier, E]aine' Meinders, DiAnne Miller, Paul Nelson, Robert Olson Clint 'Patterson,, Richard Peter Sandra Petersen, Michael Sankey Mak Shipler and Donald Westl ing. Birthday Circle Birthday Circle will meet with Mrs Bertha Wallace and Mrs Elizabeth Patterson, Thursday May 20. Mrs Bierstedt will have devotions arid Mrs Geesman the program. Mrs R. A. Bleich's birthday will be observed. Band Mothers Elect .The Burt Band Mothers held the May meeting with Mrs Howard - McMullen Thursday evening, May. 13. Officers for the coming-; year: were elected; as; fdl- . lows': 'President, Mrs Wayne Keith; vice president., Mrs Fred Davis; -secretary; Mrs Raymond / Lovstad; treasurer, Mrs James Christensen. The executive board members are: Mrs .George Koestler, Mrs August Bernau and -Mrs Delmar Angus. Sheila Rachut- has been chosen Band Queen and Mr Kump, band "instructor, will take his band to the 1 Festival in Mason City this Jurip. ! ( I < . t .-. Charles Frame, Missionary from Kano, Nigeria Africa spent Saturday and ^Sunday with- Mr and Mrs Roy Anderson. V Mother's Day dinner guests at the home bf Mrs A,; C. Bierstedt were .her children Mr, and Mrs Dfck O'Donnell and family, Mr ^nd Mrs LylejMarloW; arid, family of Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Clar-i ence Macumber and sons, Mr and Mrs Leonard t Warner and Beverly of Algona; Mr! and Mrs; Art Bierstedt and, children bf Lakpta and Mr and Mrs Walter Sorehson. of Burt. ' ? : , , , \ , \ . • ...;•.; '.Craig Lovstad ..Underwent,-'an fernergency appendectomy, at 'St. A%n hospital in Algona, Sun- 3aV night the 9th. He had been urider the doctor's care for several weeks. Craig is the oldest' son of Mr and Mrs Leonard Lovstad and the parents brought him home Wednesday. Tuesday, May 18, 19S4 , Alaona (la.) Upper Des Mo»-/c«-3 . The T.N.T.' group, went to the home of Mi's Ray- DYemfrtel Mpy 6 evening in observance bf her birthday. This Was a belated birthday'-paftyt • ' ;, John Geesman, a local carpenter, has beeh at the home of fiy and Mrs N Gehe Begthal in Stratford the oast several weeks. ' Mrs Harold Rbarke of Clear Lake accompanied relatives .frbtti Burt to Dolliyer where they at*' tended a shower .on Saturday afternoon for Sarah Hunt of that place. Miss Hunt is to rnarry PVt. Leon Meyer of Welcome,* Minify on'. Monday, May 24. > Prom Burt at the shower were Lydia Sdh* Wietert, •; Mrs s Merle Schwietdrt and; Patricia,? Ifeilen .-.Schtoietert and • Janie. . l\ ' j ? .; V! 'The following people joined th^ Methodist church here Sunday, May 10: .Miss- Janet Mertz, Mr and Mrs Robert Lovstad, M»lahd Mfs' Charles Schrader and Mrs Zack Holdren, the latter by letter. David Otto McFarland, son of Mr and Mrs Darrell McFarland and Charles, son of Mr and Mrs Charles: Schrader were bap- tised Sunday also. - fiible Sehodl at the Methodist Church will begin Wednesday, ,M«y.26, till June 9. Teachers will 'be R6v Beatse» Mary Lee Cole, Joyce;' Geilenfeld, Jean ; Smith, Lynda Rash, Befty ' Groen and Velma Groen.. ' . .,'T:h'e' Fortnightly Club met with Eth£l Dremmel Thursday afternoon. Mrs Lillian Fredericksbn was a guest. Two members were absent. . •; , • • , • . 1 < « VOTE FOR CharlesPlathe Democratic Candidate For ervisor : «• * 1^1 * • ' * • First District \ * FATHER OF THREE CHILDREN . Son Now Operating His Farm in \ Riverdale Township LIFE-LONG RESIDENT OF COMMUNITY If nominated and elected, Mr. Plathe guarantees a fair, honest and unbiased administration of '.^••T<'i'ii';^*. • • .". ' " . /" county affairs, j ' •• ; ,"'•':? ' ' ' - >> This ad paid for by^ifriends of Charles Plathe * • •" . 20-21-22 Yes, We're In The PIG Business We invite farmers and other interested parties to stop and see our new Pig Hatchery. It is our purpose to produce pigs for market under the latest approved methods. Sanitation — Good Breeding — Good -Feeding will be our aim. We have a capacity for 1,000 to 1,200 pigs annually and expect to deliver to our customers the finest pigs' it is possible to grow. We will offer our first lot of 100 pigs for sale about June 15th. These will be meat type hybrid pigs, 8 weeks old, weighing 30 to 40 pounds. Vaccinated and ready to go out on alfalfa and make you money. We will have a limited number later in 1954 and will be in full production in 1955. Take the Work & Worry Out of Your Pig Business Let us sit up with the brood sows while you watch TV. Place, your order for 1955 pigs .now. See us for the best in pigs. SCKOBY&BECK PIG HATCHERY - 5 Miles South of Algona On Highway 169 Phone 174J3 Algona CENTENNIAL WE WANT THE OLDEST SEWING MACHINES •*'"..; , > ANYWHERE WANTED —7.. Older Sewing Machines for Our Centennial Window Display! Besides the ''Oldest 7 'We Want All Other Older Sewing Machines, Too . . . We Want 15 or 20 Models of Older Machines Including Any Make, Any Type, Any Model! We Don't Know Where They Are, So We Are Having a Special Centennial "Old Sewing Machines" Contest . . . With a Valuable Prize We Will Give in Exchange for the "Oldest" Machine, and Other Valuable Prizes for the "Runner-up" Older Machines. If You Have an Old Sewing Machine Be Sure to Enter! Old Sewing Machines Contest! FOR OLDEST SEWING MACHINE We Will Give In Exchange A BRAND-NEW K E R COM SOLE MODEL SEWJNG MACHINE And Additional Prizes For Other Older Machines! Which the Winner of the Contest Will Receive In Exchange For Old Machine M WANT Ol h CFWIN^ MAfHINF^I N ° matter Where you live ' if V° u have ° machine of the older type, treadle or tfl^MI* I Wlilr ^Buflllllvr ITlrvVlllllk^c «|,»,j,:, ..,_ n ._j -n i L . elecfric - we nee a '« I" whatever condition it might be, whatever make or type it is, however many families it may have served before you got it ... WE WANT ITI For the "oldest" machine, we will give in exchange a handsome, brand-new "ANKER" Console Model. For other older machines, we will give valuable other prizes! You don't have to bring it in to us, just fill out the necessary mformation on the coupon below and mail it to us. No obligation, no strings attached. Help us out for our Centennial window display. DON'T WAIT . . . send in the. coupon at once. Decision of our judges will be final. r "OLDEST SEWING MACHINE" CONTEST NORTH IOWA SEWING MACHINE & APPLIANCE CO. Algona, Iowa Name Address ( Make of Sewing Machine Serial Number (if available) I When Purchased if known) __________________________ ~"~"~~~"~ Every Entry Will Receive A Special Merchandise Certifcate FILL OUT AND MAIL THE COUPON NOW! Our search for the "oldest sewing machines" anywhere will end June 5, 1954. We are looking for all makes, any type, treadle or electric, in any condition. So fill out and mail the coupon to us now before that date — MAIL IT NOWI NORTH IOWA i Sewing Machine & Appliance Co. East State Street Phone 1151 Algona, Iowa

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