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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 24, 1955
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f, ,» 8«*Atgtift<r(fft.) 'Upper-Oil Molrtei Thursday/ Februai^ 24, 1955 A&QUND •• r M* and Mrs Burton, Harmes s£ent from. Friday ulitil : Tuesday irt Chicago where ,Mr Harmes transacted business. Mrs Ted Larson was hostess its her bridge .club on Wednesday afterhooh. Mrs'Arlid Johnsoh was a guest. ' ' -' • ' Mr aftd *lr» Rs*;,VaylesT«i5ie5* tained their couple card club at their home on Wednesday evening. . .-; .'• - : -' ;' •'• ' ;••' '-- : ! '. Mrs Walter Klamp came from i Dakota City Tuesday a'fternoon to attend a party'given in honor of her birthday, by Mrs Nick Fisch ; Mrs Miich Taylor entertained her sewing club on'Tuesday afternoon at the home oft her m.oth- et, Mrs A. R. Willrett, Mrs Milton Will was assisting hostess. Mr and Mrs Russell Reniz and family spent Sunday ( at Whittemore where they were guests'01 Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith. Mrs Hugh Post ^nteriWhed the 8 Specs card club, a week ago Wednesday. Prizes were received by Mrs Milton Dahl, Mrs W. J. Sigsbee,.Mrs Esther Helberg. and Mrs Doris. Wilhebrii. Mr and Mrs W. J, Sigsbee plan to leave Saturday for a trip to Phoenix, Arizona. They will be guests of Mr -and Mrs George Stewart. Sr. Enroute they plan to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Earl Beardsley at Lincoln, Neb. . Mrs Mitch Taylor was hostess to her bridge club last Thursday evening. The Taylors are preparing to move to their new home so the party was held at the Home'of Mrs Leroy Lee. Mrs Rex ' Voyles received the prize for high score, Mrs Ted Chrischilles, low. Mrs A. E. Briggs has been at Sheboygan, Wisconsin lot the past two, weeks with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Don Pecoy. Last Friday twin daughters were born to the Pecoys. The babies were born prematurely but were doing well at the last report. Maternal grandparents are Mi and Mrs Leander Seefeldt of Wesley who will go to Sheboygan upon Mrs Brigg's return this weekend. The Pecoys have another child, a daughter, two years old. Mr and Mrs lion Hemmingsen becafhe parents of a daughter born' early Wednesday morning at St.'Anri hospital.. The baby weighed 4 pounds'and 11 ounces. The Hemmmgsens have two-other daughters, Becky and Susan. •• tha Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church met Sunday evening for a pot-luck supper. Mr ah'd Mrs' Joseph Skow and Mr and Mrs Ernest Egel were in charge of arrangements. The Rev. M. H. Brower. spoke on church government. Mr and Mrs 'Fred Asa were guests of Mr and Mrs Dale Peterson at Humboldt, Friday. Howard Asa was honor guest and was enroute from Cheyenne, Wye., to Detroit, Mich., having concluded some special training there. He has been stationed at Detroit in service. Mrs Art Wiese and daughter Sandra, Mr and Mrs Emil Hansen and Mrs Johanna Hansen drove to Mason City and visited,Mr and Mrs Harold Davis, the latter a sister of Mrs Wiese and Mr Hansen, and daughter of Mrs Johanna Hansen. Tom, son of Mr and Mrs R. B. Waller was ten years old on Friday and his mother entertained at a birthday party for him. Guests were Bill Baker, David Skogstrom, Jim Sands, Marvin Grisham, Tom Gouge, Dick and Larry Pratt, Chuckie Striet, Bill Sigsbee and Bill Bartlett. The evening circle of the First Lutheran church met Tuesday, evening in the church parlors. Hostesses were Mrs Clayton Pittman> Mrs Clair Thomas and Mrs Bob Knudson. The program was in charge of Mrs Arthur B. Olson and was the first of a series of skits based on the book, "The Woman Beautiful." Mrs Bob McCullough was hostess to her sewihg club Monday evening. Mrs Allan Buchanan entertained her bridge club last Thursday evening at her home. Mrs Bob LaBarre received the prize for high score and Mrs Bob McCullough the low' score prize. Overload Fine Hubert F. Schoby, Algpna, paid $10 and costs in justice of the peace C. II. Ostwi'nkle'a court this week on a charge of operating an overloaded truck Swettntries" 'i Rate High In Swea Cliy—Local-students received eleven superior" ratings., and seven'excellent ratings, .in the instrumental music contest for grades and junior high, held at Estherville last Friday. Murray Elmore, Swea City band instructor, is much pleased With the way each performed." In the Stir *rade the superior ratings were 'or Darlene Y,oungquist, ; 6larinet! Larry Franke, cornet; Freddy Seylar,. trombone; Judy Johnson, flute. David Scaeffer received an excellent rating with trombone. The seventh, grade students who received ratings were Janet Walker, superior, flute;' Bobby Gardner received an excellent on saxophone. Sixth grade students superior ratings Judy Pulver, drums; Lee Geerdes, cornet. Excellent ratings: Maurice Anderson, cornet; Carmen Larsen, drums; Beverly Phorson, clarinet; Darwin Bunk- ofski, cornet. Ensemble ratings: Superior, cor.- net quartet, Larry Franks, Maurice Anderson, Billy Gies, Lee Geerdes. Brass quartet: Larry Franks, Maurice Anderson, Freddie Seylar, David Schaeffer. Drum ensemble: Karen Johnson, Judy Pulver, Carmen Larsen, Billy Blomster. Flute duet: Judy Johnson, Janet Walker. Excellent ratings: Clarinet quartet, Beverly Thorson, Shelia Osgood, Maxine Clark, Caryl Larsen. Ail of those students' except the 8th grade will return next year. Lenten Speakers Rev. A. M. Youngquist announces Lenten Services guest speakers as follows: March 2, Rev Gene Foehringer will speak on "The Power of the Cross"; March 9, guest speaker will be the Rev. Art Sorenson, Graet.tinger; March 16, Rev. Paul G. Tolo, Graettinger; March 25, Rev. Elaine Gunderson, Wallingford; March 30, Rev. C. H. Johnson, Emmetsburg. Pastor Youngquist will be guest speaker March 2 at Armstrong; March 9, St. John's, Ringsted; March 16, Bethany church at Emmetsburg; March 25, WaDing- ford; and March 30, St. Paul's church, Graettinger. World's Day of Prayer wHl be observed here Friday at 2:30 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran church. gton .cake,, baked by Jtei tda assort, was sold \6 \fa highest bidder (sealed bids) for which, wilhbe sent td ;the '-----v^ Society* - frank DoAtje got the 8 cakBv *;Mta (Adolph Mortenspn, and JV^s Carl Anderson presided at the cofffe urn. f , Phyllli Hammond, daughter of Mr ani^Mrs E. I. Hammbhd,' is, seriously:!!! at St. Attidfews hoj-j pital 14 Minneapolis, (Mrs Halrt- monfl'.ftft by bus, Monday, Feb. 21, to Phyllis. John S. Anderson, City, Dies — „„......» servldei for John'S/Anderson, 81,. wiU be THursddy fit 2 o'clock, Feb. 2T4 at the Cuftis-FunerM Home,,the R - : '--'I ' Karen Loebach, the Be'«y Crocker ttornemaker of Tomorrow in Presentation Academy at Whtytemor.e, Deceives her pin from Sister Mary Anne, homemaking instructor, in the above picture. Karen, who received the highest score in a written examination which tested'"the Homemaking knowledge', "and attitudes of the senior girls, will be entered in competition to name Iowa's candidate for the'title T pf All-Ainericarf Homemakeiv, of .Tomorrow. Besides the pin; she will receive cook ; books fpo herself and the school General Mills is the: sponsor of-this ^program. '• . , Karen is prominent in many school' activities, has been a cheer leader for tWb years, a member of.the ;,'mixed chorus and choir. • • " ' The Junior Group of .the Methodist church will meet Friday at 4 p.m. at the church parlors. Mrs Gifford Smith; is lender for the group. Mesdarhes Clarende Gardner and ohn Lunn will serve refreshments. . . Sunday evening, Rev. Hammer will begin "L'enten services'in the Methodist church at v 8 ojclpck. Mrs Adolph MortenSon,. presl- dentof the local American Legion Auxiliary, attended the State Conference held at Des Moines, Feb, :1"3-15. Special recognition was given to Kossuth Co. meeting all requirements and the Swea City unit was likewise honored. , Forty-dollars was taken in at ,the buffet luncheon served by the Legion Auxiliary Saturday p.m. 'at Legion hall. A'Martha Wash- Question Meter Operation The parking meters'in Algona are in the 7 news again. • • - Many complaints poured into the office of Mayor fcinda Clapsaddle and city po'licernen were questioned by persons who found the meters in operation on Lincoln and Washington's Birthdays. The mkyor provided the .answer dtiririg , a conference, with. City Attorney John Carroll Wednesday morning. •" First-of all, ordinance 353, dealing entirely with parking meters in- the city of Algonaj states the following: "Said meters shall not be operated on Sundays and Holi^ days, provided however that within the meaning of this ordinance the term Holiday shall include the following days only; the first day of January, the thirtieth day of May, the Fourth Day of July, the first Monday in September, the twenty-fifth day of December and Thanksgiving Day." This ordinance was published, as required by law, and stories appeared at the time which outlined major provisions pertaining to the meters, which at the time, were very much in the news, the Mayor said. Mayor Clapsaddle explained that all meters would operate from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. five days a week, from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturdays, will not be in operation Sundays or the six holidays out-, lined above. 'A good general rule to follow," according to the mayor, "is that the meters are in operation if th« stores are open." 3 Couples Get Wedding Licenses Licenses to wed were issued to three couples in the past week Feb. 16 — Robert Mittag, Algona, and Janyce Sill, LuVerne; Feb. 18—Kenneth J. Mulligan, Bancroft, and Maxine Penton, Algona. Feb. 21—Donald Ray Hammer and Betty Jean Helmers, Algona. Cresco Chums Hold Meeting 'Annual*, meeting «t> ".hums Was held, at M$ie>. Anderson was fcdrtt in Sweden and came to America in his early manhood, to the Nete Peter home, where he worked as a farm hand, He continued to:work at farm work 1 among families m Swea townshipi and later, came to SW.ea 'City where "he--did'team work, and tiling. For mariy years he was road maintained on the state highway in this area, until paving took-the place of •: gravel. He had no known relatives either here,or in Sweden, and is said to ' have been arf orphan at the time he carrfe-16 Swea township. Those who knew him, tell of hfs generosity to those less, fortu^ nate than himsglf,. giving .generously td subscriptions taken for the needy.. He died'at.Estherville at Holy Family 'hospital ori Monday, Feb. 21,l»fter several months of illness. He had lived alone in his rooms over the C. F._ Berg- gran office, since the death of his friend Nels Bartelson last year.. Burial will be in Harrison twp cemetery. ... Nitchals View On Liquor Stamps County -Attorney L. W. Nitchals said yesterday .that the county is making no effort to pick up Federal liquor stamps in Kossuth, but that if the Federal' stamps are renewed, he will take the position that the possessors of a stamp intend to sell liquor, and all such establishments will be closely watched. In some areas, Federal stamps- have been turned in. However authorities say that the stamp is good for a full year, even if turned in, and the act of turning il in has no special significance. 4 Days Spring, 3 Of Winter Four days of spring and three days of winter went on the books of Weatherman Stu Albright lasl week. We got threfe inches' o! snow, along with over a' half inch of rain Saturday. Daie Hi L Feb. 16 36 18 Feb. 17 -40 2 Feb. 18 —34 -3 Feb. 19 33 . 22 Feb. 20 32 5 Feb. ,21 20 3 Feb. 22 27 -8 berlain home with ei 1 assisting . , ' jl -Plans wwe made *^ft Beverly Get ber's hom6. • Gade received an awai?d eta les 6 Team - detfidflWailoh ttas'givett <; by Carolyn Rodhleau and Lucille, Qade on "How to hang up > clothe? correctly." Demonstrations oA| "How- to sew on buttons ; byU Rosemary Gisch-and l^How ttM sew on snaps" -by ^jSntith^ Talks given on "Don't feed thai moths" by Madonna GischancL. "Different kindsfof materials* a Kecreati S on' was by Kramer .and Petty, Besch. where Mrs Smith, Mrs < M and Mrs Adrebn. " ... - . Academy, Book v^Foir * '.the: "St. Cecelia's £ weekend^ in obsentendV^bt Cath-* olic Book Week, a nationwide^ obServartde 1 . ...... .,,,.' '•".*",. *t Catholic books will be on dis*; play Friday , evening followin$j devotions, : Sunday morning foH- owing masses, and Sunday. -after--noon. The books may be inspect*. ed by anyone interested; arid persons wishing to : order any of thej; aooks may do 'So. • v Th* CHr) geotrt* of ;the.' : bS^- was founded iri 1912. ' " ;i» "THE STREET" Special Film to h® Shown at First Baptist Church 7:00 Next Sunday Eye \ This film is a "Skid Row" ment packing dramatic action and suspense into 35 minutes, sound and color. -^ Free Will Offering DUNCAN HINES Reg. 29c Size PANCAKE FLOUR.-. -fjc MRS. TUCKER'S PURE VEG. SHORTENING...... 3Lbs.Jc JACK SPRAT COLORED OLEO KRAFT VELVEETA Lenten Specials Sea Pack (Frozen) Regularly 79c SHRIMP....Pkg. 69c Sea Pack (Frozen) Regularly 49c FISH STICKS.. Pkg. 39c Tasty Frozen Regularly 39c PERCH FILLETS Pkg. 29c 1-Pound Can ARCADIA SALMON. 39c Nepco Oil Sardines 3 Cans 25c All White Meat Mayflower Grated Tuna ..4 Cans $1 Smoked and Pickled Fish CHEESE.... ....... .2Lb.Boxif9c JACK SPRAT GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 4 £n°s' 1.00 JACK SPRAT PINEAPPLE JUICE 3 <£, 1.00 Special While They Last! "FOX DELUXE" !>'• , . ., . . /ii • i i-pL* L Chicken Thighs and Drumsticks 1-JPOUND FROZEN PACKAGE RATH SPEED 79 SQUARE TIN Lunch Meat 37c MAGNOLIA 2-LB. PKG. Prunes 39c HIRE COMES A BIG ARMOUR'S HALF OR WHOLE SKINLESS AND DEFATTED 55 C Ib. HILEX GALLON SIZE TRUE NOTE HALVES IN HEAVY SYRUP APRICOTS -JCans $1 MOTHER'S EXTRA-WIDE EGG NOODLES....U).Pkg. 25c TALL CANS CARNATION MILK 2forl5c Bleach 49c A SELL-OUT LAST WEEK BORDEN'S BISCUITS 10$ GOLDEN YELLOW BANANAS FRESH PORK LIVER —- Lb. IQc LEAN MEATY BEEF ROASTS — Ib. 33c END CUT PORK CHOPS - Lb. 39c HORMEL'S SLICED BACON Lb. 59c LEAN MEATY SHORT RIBS Lb. 23c FRESH OYSTERS, Solid Pock ... Full Pint 69c ROASTING HENS ...... ....Lb. 39c PURINA FLAVOR-FED FRYERS SALE of CHOICE LAMB CHOICE LAMB LEG ..-1... Ib. 69c CHOICE IAMB ROAST Ib. 33c CHOICE, LAMB CHOPS Lb. 49c MARtfFT •••••••BHIMHIIBHB^

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