The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 21, 1954 · Page 5
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Paul Ukena; Lakota Singer, R&tes New YorkColumt A KossutK; tcJunty young ban who is well kricrwn 16ca%, and Has 1 appeared' at several tifnes on .programs itt the ccMnty/fated ah individual,',Writeup by Earj'Wil- st)h, well known eolunjniilt who 'dtiVers- the lefritei'taitiirie'nt world for & mitwber of daily papers, «in- cludihg.theiDes Moines Register. , : The .Register, Sunday 'in Wil- SOh's ColUtnH, had this to say about Pal;Ukena-bf Lakota.:;; : . . • 'NEW VGRK, N. Y.-Iowa bassbaritcifie: 'Paul .Ukena of Lakotn is dfgglfig a'tunriel here in New Ydfk-Hifid is dplh^ a fine job of Sihgmg'.at the Same tiine. ; i ?£a(Jl/frf 1943 alumnus of the /•te<fe'«4*:bf Dubuque, }s one of tHe-pMncipprworkefs in the hit • SHdW.| 0 Sahtihog," a musical built fbio'uhd th4 vconstruction of tHd. Holland Tunnel from New s York to New Jersey. "We don't have "any sandhogs opt in Iowa," he told me the other day. About thfe show... "I guess , W6're realistic enough. Vve've got the approval of the Sandhogs Union. \ ' , "\yhen we did the show foi them,* they qll liked it—except one. He stood up and said ,'How about gettin 1 the women and children out of the show and set thd whole thing down in the tunnel? That'll show the audience what sand hoggin's 1 really like!" Paul has a degree from Julliard School of Music. He has also spent the last five years singing in summer stock musicals, has been a regular on the NBC-TV opera series, doing "Marriage of Figaro," "Pagliaccl," and "Gianni Schicchi." -. •• . • "I guess i, got my musical talent from my parents," (Mr and Mrs Jerry E.-.Ukena), he pointed out. "Dad sings and mother's a church organist in Lakota. "They came here for the opening of 'Sandhog' and said'they loved it. "But then," he added with; s chuckle, "they'd • love anything I was in—like most? parents;" f Inmate County Home Succumbs . Graveside rites for Fritz Meyer, 74, who died last Wed. night at the Kossuth County Farm, are still pending. Arrangements are in charge of McCullough's ' Funeral Chapel. Mr Meyer was born in Ger. many, July 4, 1880, and as no known relatives of his can be found, the arrangements for the rites cannot be completed. Percy MeGlttnis • has returned from fowa City following medical treatment at the University hospital. The little ttaughtei Mary Carol has been cared for during her absence by Mts A. E. Briggs, sister of Mrs McGinnis. Mr and Mrs A. E. Briggs are to spend the Christmas weekend at Webster City with their son-in- law and-daugfctet Mr and Mrs BV Ermels. . Mr and MM Earl Sales are entertaining at a family dinner, Christmas. Among the ^guests will be Mr and Mrs James Baker, Mr and Mrs Louis Eraser and Mr and Mrs Gene FaUlstich atti'. the respective families. / M* attd M*s Hi W. Mill« aftd Mary LoUise are to spend Christmas at Owatonna, with 'Mrs Miller's parents Mr and Mrs Ben tfuchenbecker, They will go' if pin there ;'tbi Mapleton .the fol- tbwirig 'day to be With Mr Miller's 'rnother Mrs William Miller. Mis KatheHfti Simon reiufnsd from Chicago, 111., Friday where, she Was' caned* by 'the • death oi her brother-in-law, John f, Win- aridy. '." ' '*''.-)'* ; • '. W»;-H,Sidne,••industrial atts teacher here a number of year? ago who how lives at Wept Aflis, Wis., has been elected president of the Kiwanis club there, . Mr and Mrs Raymond Notion are entertaining their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Dick Norton and daughters Siri, Leslie and Lynn at dinner Christinas. Stephen Oaitum was brough) home Saturday from St. Ann hoj- fcital :jvhere he had «n emergency appendectomy. •:.•,> Jim OsUiim and Janice OsirUm will'be home : for the holfdays which they will spend with their mother Mrs Elliott Skilling and grandparents Mr and Mrs Frank- OstrUm. Jim, is in service and located at Fort- Leonard Wood, Mo. Janice is "A student, at the Broadlawns school of nursing at Oes Moines. . • •• : Mr and Mrs Max Mesingf were visited over the weekend by their daughter Mrs Jay Soppeland and Donna of Fdrt Dodge, Mr and Mrs brian OH and daughter Emily- Katherine are to spend Christmas at Hartley ,with Mr Ott r s parents Mr ahd Mrs Walter Ott 2 ( From County Graduate, Ames ,Two Kossuth Cduhly men; Jerry D. Leaneagh, Algeria, and Gordon A. Thtimpgon, Swea Oity, were among 227 who received' certificates and degrees Friday tram Iowa State College at Ames. , Practically all of Iowa s 99 counties, 22 other" states, and nine foreign countries had graduate> who received diplomas from James Hilton, collega president A total bf 45 of the.grads were awarded commissions in th4 armed services for completion of advanced training in ROTC units. Tuesday, 0'eeember 21, 1954 Algona ((a.) Upper Pas Moinet-5' 134.24 Percent Jump In Costs ' Costs of operating the county superintendent of schools office in KossUlh county increased 134.^ ,24 percent in the period from 1947 through 1952, a report from the Iowa Taypa^ers Ass'n stated Monday. me 1947 cost of running the nffice. was $9,095 and the 1953 cost was $21,304. The period involved include the time during which a county board of education was established, the reports points out. The average increase over the state in the period was 124.37 percent. Leg Amputated Is Recovering The condition of John i<rog, Algona man whose leg was amputated last week at Veterans Hospital in Des Moines, as the result of nn accidental discharge of a gun while hunting, Was reported ns fairly good today. It was stated that the (imputation was such that Mr King cm< be fitted with an artificial limb. ZENOR LEASES CAFE Darrell "Curly" Zenor announc- ad today that he has leased the former Peggy's Cafe from Harold rtoth. The cafe, located south of the courthouse square, will be opened .tan. 3. A complete line of foods will be offered. Mr and Mrs Zenor will operate the cafe to be known as "Curly's Grill.' WANTED Hay — Straw — Corn - Oat4 Feeder Pigs Hereford Cattle JOE BRADLEY at Bradley Bros. Phone 714 or 1231-W 50-51 U-D-M Classifieds Pay Dividends FOR 3 Purebred Hereford Bulls, one 4 year old proved sire, two coming 2.years old -. outstanding prospective sires. Farmers Prices Guaranteed Breeders •' Also two young dairy cows with calves, and rebred artificially. Want quick action to make room for our new herd of Purebred Registered Hereford Cows and calves. So our prices are really special on these cattle. BRADLEY BROS. Phone 714 pr Joe Bradley, 1231-W 50-51 V SEASON'S GREETINGS Lots of cheer and Jolly Good fun . . ., May Your Hpliday be A Merry one! Sigsbee Plumbing and Heating ALGONA rastlionea wwiswna*. . h m ,^,,,~ with, the farotaj <3<rth<ared for- the send had of carote and the most im- portont meal of the year...It's a most nappvj scene in which we're pleased to plcay a smcaUlocirt...To evert/one of you, one cmd all, we wish, a LIMIT QUANTITIES. \ Lafqc? WALNUTS, L* 149 '* sted SOO MIX HARD GANDY^ /«w/>;. .33 KINDERGARTEN SATIN FILLED PEANUT BRITTLE COCOANUT FLAKE (?i T PLUMP i CRANBERRI l-LB. CELLO. BAG ES OCEAN £P#4X STWINED on WHOLB • CRANKRRV SAUCE • RUSTIC SWCEO CRABAPPLES tfftd Z5 * ( W/-C ORANGE DRINK 'SUPERB PURE STRAWBERRY. PRESERVES 5^/P£/?5 PLACED lrt QUf EN OLIVES* 56^57?^ COMBINATION 8 Wkfilt?*8* ^^1 ^^ ME*^ STUFFFD N*'>i • B B H HB • V' • H • ^Uo Hflp ^^k • A Be yHIr i ULIf LjandPlAM J^ l^r ^V W V ^^ W V V W ^^^ P2TF/? PIPER SL ICED if *& Q fS8/f*fefl F^ Q Si CLEAN SWEEP BROOMS ,---, : r 99c WHITE LILY * " CHEESE -------- 2 Ib. box 59c Vanilla or Neapolitan tOLE PINEAPPLE $WWb FRUIT CAMAT/OM MILK TOP-QUAUTY^YOUNO TOM TURKEYS COMPLETELY CLEANED AND DRESSED , , . ALL READY FOR THE OVEN. CRY-0-YAC WRAPPED 16 TO 22 LBS. % AVERAGE WEIGHT LB. XMAS WRAPPED HAMS The Ideal Gift! PREMIUM Fully Cooked SHANKLESS SKINLESS HAMS 12-14 Lbs. Whole or Half, Ib. 69 ARMOUR'S A SMOKED HAMS 16-18 Ibs. Whole Ham, Ib. 49 ARMOUR'S * "SMOKEES" KEADY-TO-EAT SMOKED LINKS 12-oz. pkg. 39' ARMOUR'S * THICK-SLICED BACON 2»99* •• ukff. • * PURE C3ROUND BEEF 3 Lbs. 79c I PREMIUM BRAUNSGHWEIGER SAUSAGE C Ib. NEW CROP NAVELS SUNKIST ORANGES HALF BOX 3.49 FANCY C-7 ICEBERG HEAD LETTUCE 2,.29 FINEST. QUALITY PASCAL CELERY Jumbo Stalk 17 WASHINGTON RED DELICIOUS AND WINESAP APPLES EXTRA FANCY 2-35' MEDIUM SIZE YELLOW ONIONS 10 n-29c FROZEN FOODS FLAV'R-PAC SLICED STRAWBERRIES SWEETENED, 12-or, pkg, .. 29 FLAV-R-PAC PEAS Sweet & Tender 2 10.01, PKGS, BOOTH'S STANDARD OYSTERS 12-oz. can ..... 69 SUGAR, 10 Ibs......89c POTATOES No. 1 Red Pontius -100 Ibs... $2.39 L-AT2GE WEET 15 GOLDEN CORN^f f CM Itf OF: > mtfAM., sme

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