The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1955 · Page 4
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*-Afo«fltt (ta.) Upp«r CM fifeiM* Tttumloy, Mart* 10, 1955 Mr ana Mr* Ml Kohlhaas and daughter AftHa Rose and Mr* Rose sedAlari tfSftftt Sunday at Claticrtt ^ wags diftnjfr guesU of me Kdtdfiaar son-in-law and 'rfaughteir Mr and Mrs Dale Brand, lite dinnet was given in honor of the Brand's soil Phil, who was observing his eighth birthday. BOYS DOUBLE KNEE JEANS ally •gmhul kn»» >t iteration 'at new palt free! Weekend Special! • H»svy, S-ox, dm- Im. bltt* or brown. • Electronically fuxd kn««*; Hcavr duly. Zip fly. Boys' Size* 4 io 12. We Welcome 4-H Club Members to Algona, and Greenwood 4-H Members who will be our Guests Saturday, March 12, Sorority Meet* Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority met Tuesday evening, March 8, at the Alfred Semon residence, with Mrs vera Bradley as hostess. A training period for chapter pledges wa» conducted prior to the regular meeting. Mrs Helen Haas presided at the business session, during which nominations for officers were presented, and committees for the spring formal were appointed as follows: decorating, Mrs Joah Diamond, 'Chairnian;. Mrs June Winkel, Mrs Shirley Schenck, Jean Lensing and Ramona Amfahr; place, menu and orchestra, Mrs Irma Dee Cook; and program, Mrs LaVonne Peer and Mrs Jan Anderson, Plans were made for a bake sale to be held March 19 at Sorensen's Grocery, with Barbara Haggard as chairman. Lessons were given by Mrs Diamond, Mrs Bradley and Beverly Harvey. The next meeting will be held March 22, with Jean Lensing as party host- esa A pledge-training period will be conducted prior to the party at the home of Mrs Diamond. Housewarming Party Mr and Mrs Irvin Gerber were given a housewarming Friday evening. Those in attendance were Mr and Mrs George Bfuell- man, Mr and Mrs Sam Mogler, Mr and Mrs John Scuffham, Mr and Mrs Await Jergens and Bernadine, Mr and Mrs Orville Jergens, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Gerfaer, Mr and Mrs Phillip Fisher, Mr and Mrs £ii F"*"-. Mr and Mrs Eli Gerber, Mr and Mrs Elmer Fehr, Mr ana Mrs Clifford Schueller, Mr and Mrs C. E. Zaugg, Mr and Mrs Roland Jergens, Mr and Mrs Art Banwart, Mrs Minnie Bruellman and Noah Gerber and the respective families. and Doris Miller Were welcomed as new members. - Luncheon Was served by the hostess, assisted by Agatha Schneider,; , The dub Win meet again A^rif* 13, with Mary Becker. Qtiesis In Des Mcinfes Mr and Mrs Emil Hansen, Mrs Johanna Kaases, and Mrs Art Wiese spent Sunday at De& Moines with Mr and Mrs Leland Thaves and Linda. The dinner was given in honor of Linda's 12th birthday. Other guests were Mrs Mary Thaves and Victor of Mason City, Mr and- Mrs dlar- ente Nielsen and Marie Hunt of LuVerne, Mr mid Mrs Julius Thaves of Madrid and Mr and Mrs Floyd Liehtenberger of Des Moines. Mrs Johanna Hansen and Mrs Mary Thaves are Linda's grandmothers. Ai Swea Birthday Party Mr and Mrs Dave Leffert we're at Swea City Tuesday attending a family birthday celebration at Mr and Mrs A. C. Tweeten's for Andrew Anderson, brother of Mrs Leffert. Mr Anderson is 83 years' old and in very good health. He will ba well remembered fay many here as for several years he was Kossuth county auditor. He now lives at Timber Lake, Minn. Friendly Club Meets The Riverdale Friendly Club met Wednesday, March 2, with Carolyn Drone. 15 members and two guests answered roll call with a flower or bulb exchange. New officers for the fiscal year are Marie Bernau, president; Opal Barker, vice. president; Mary Becker, secretary-treasurer. Mary Capesius was chosen to be the club mother. Magdaline Zeller The first signs of spring are here - now is the time for you to start thinking about spring clean-up and gardening needs. We have a list of terrific buys here which will save you many $ $ $. 6" PLIERS 29c Set of 3 Screwdrivers 39c 16 oz. HAMMER 1.39 EXTENSION CORD, 9 FT. V 29c CLOTHES LINE, 50 FT. UTILITY HOSE, 5 FT. BULK GRASS SEED -------- 69c Lb. We Are Headquarters For Earl May Garden Seeds Galvanized PaiUOQf. Posl-Nuplial Shower. A post-nuptial shower was given Monday evening at Mrs William Funk's for Mrs: Jerrald Funk, nee'Janet Kiekbusch. 44- sistant hostesses were Mrs Leonard Warner, Mrs Melvin Pepper, Mrs Carl Goetsch, Mrs Duane Riley, and Mrs Rayniui<4 V.'osi- ling of Burt. Forty guests were in attendance and the evening was spent at games and contests. "~ Meeting Advanced The regular meeting of the Crescp & Riverdale Homemakers club bas been advanced to Tuesday, Mar. 15, at the home of Arlene Simon, with Opal Borchardt assisttagi The tessoh given by Ida Wildin and Helen Gerber. Attend Shower Mr and MrsAdoJph son drove to WallfegTdra Friday to attend a post-nuptial shower for Mr and* Mrs Hogttf Singer- land. The bride is a niece 6f Mrs Hendrickson and the shower Wat held at the church in Wallingford. C. b. A. Meeting The C. D. of A. ftieete Thtor> day evening, March JO, at eight o'clock at the V J".W. hall. Chair- jaaies are Imeida Engesser and Avis Bradley. H. E. Morgan,!?, Succumbs Here; Rites Tuesday Funeral services for Howard E. Morgan, 87, well -known Algona man, were held at the Congregational Church here Tuesday at 2 p.m. Rev. Gerald Hallauer officiated, and burial followed in Riverview Cemetery. "McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Mr Morgan died Saturday in his home at 327 South Wooster street, following a stroke. He had suffered a stroke last summer, and never completely recovered. ' Howard, son of Mr and .Mrs Dwight Morgan, was born Sept 4, 1867 at Newburg, la. He attended school there, and later W£nt to Capitol City Commercial College in Des Moines. He" came to Kossuth County, Mar, 1, 1894, and farmed in Cresco Township. His marriage to- Ethel Clark followed on Feb. 24, on the farm unti 1910, when they moved to Algona. Mr and Mrs Morgan observed their 58th wedding anniversary last month. Survivors, besides Mrs Morgan, include a daughter, Mrs Willis Cotton (Edythe), Lone Rock; and a son, Ralph, who farms southwest of Algona. Other survivors are his sister, Mrs Alice Walker, 1.69 GARDEN RAKE 1.89 SPADING 2.49 LAWN RAKE 59c Rubbish Burner 1.79 MEAT LIFTER 98c Save 69c Paint Roller 1.29 Garbage Can 2.69 WASTE BASKETS 79c SWARTZ ALGONA HARDWARE On the lev el... you SLEEP BETTER You wake up refreshed'when you sleep on a Land-O-Nod Posture Rest mattress. The Posture Rest is specially designed to give firm, level support—you sleep comfortably in a perfectly-natural position, without tension or distortion. If you've been bothered by soft-bed backache, come in and see the Land-O-Nod Posture Restl. ; matching box spring tome price LAND-O-NOD POSTURE REST MATTRESS FOSTER FURNITURE Farmers! Here's a Sale You've Been Waiting For Taeoraa, Wash., thfee dfefc and live great-grandchildren, ffis Only BfdttHMV JMtflg, died Jan. 8 of this year. . PaflbettKara were Williani fttln* chey. Henry Douglas, Ftaiik Cruikshank, Roy Smith, Albert Graraow and Delmaf Angus. , Curb, Gutter On Council Docket TBe 'Algous tiiy eouridf witi meet tonight (Thursday) in regu^ lar session, and discussion of several important issues is certain. , Vem Miller, engineer ; on the curb and gutter project, Will pt& sent a list of additidnal assess* meat costs to tfte council,' -This list will pertain'to local .citizem Who will be, getting their sl«e r blacktopped \vhen the work gets underway this sparing.; -These $8r> sons have already got, curb .and gutter, and have already paid for that part of the cost. : The letting of thtf contract foi the curb and gutter work will be about April 1, and a second letting, for blacktopping, will follow two OR three weeks later*. A representative "-of Buell & Winter will be here to meet with the council and will present an estimate on storm sewer Work, for the eastern and north eastern part of Algona. A survey was made by the firm several months ago, but no estimate has been given. Members of the utility coin* mission will meet with tne^cotfn- cil to discuss land for a, possible new street department shed, and the council will also consider rewiring of the stop and go lights on State street. No conduits were installed originally, and as problems with the lights have developed, rewiring seems to be the answer. •,•?•-''.• Child Drowns In A Dredge Ditch Livermore—Word has been received here of the accidental death of Garry Kinnaird jn San Bernardino, Calif., by accidental drowning in a dredge ditch near the family home. The ditch is a part of the flood control system. TlvS twtt and a Ball yWr old gott of Mr and Mrs Joe V, Kim aalrd left the house shortly b*> fore noott to play with neighbor cfeld. When the father cariie home to* lunch, toe child was missed SM a search fo* him dlscover- eethim lying itt the dredge ditch. The oldfer efilld.had ftfif ........«« his disffl^iW«n*S ufiUt questioned by the police. He was rushed to the hospital and worked on fcfr 30 ifllrMei « 11 .Mrs r . Sykes and fier daughter, Mrs William Gdetsch of LUVerne, left the ,«Bme day, Feb. 25th, to attend the funeral services in Sift Bemardfiw. . In k^ fcJ a. ^.i ,* J. .-. .,..--..-. . . .. --. J ^ GIVE CROPS , * MSTER START 'PAYS* OFF WITH BIGGER YIELDS •'•,.-.:> ' , > Knock the weeds out off your growing crops with a Winpower Rotary Cultivator. The: off-set "cross-cut" tooth action gives you greater soil disturbance and better cultivation. Break crusts, break clods, pulverize the soil the way you like it. , Crops grow faster — stay greener with this type of cultivation. Come and see for yourself how this tillage tool makes bigger, better crops. See the • heavy-duty construction. that will ghre you years of trouble-free service. Give f your crops- this faster, cleaner start with a WIN. * POWER Rotary Cultlva. & tor. J "CROSS-CUT" ACTIOfi . KNOCKS OUT WEEDS Se« tht off-ut "Croti-Cut" looth arfingtmtnt on (A* tint. Theft the tecrel ot btlltr wttdint tnd cultivation p,t. Nm S560338 Phone 7T4 BRADLEY BROS Complete Farm Equipment Store Algona M am MATIOMAl OAlftt QUEEN O.SVEtOfMtNT CO In the Spring a young man's fancy may lightly turn to Lov«£ H:KjU When If* really DAIRY QUEEN his sweetheart's thinking of, BIG. FARM Machinery Sale Begins at 12 Noon On Wesloy Sale Ram Ground* Thursday. Mar. 24 A large amount of farm machinery listed thu$ far and more «gn be handled, jf you want to list any machinery in this sale, contact'"Dutch" leek pt the Wesley Sflles Barn or call 2941, Wesley. Make your listing no later than March 16. Leek, Reiling and Season, auctioneer*, Small tools will be sold in Sales Pavilion. Lunch wagon on grounds for this sale. « CONSIGN YOUR BROOD SOWS FOR SALJ TO FOLLOW MACHINERY SALE I Mark This Pate On Your Calendar! ®IV55. NATIONAL DAIRY QUEEN DEVELOPMENT CO. FULL SALE DETAILS LATER Fri Mar 11 Free 1 1 1. iuai .11 Cones From 3 to 5 p.m. & 7 to 9 p.m. SUNDAIS • MALTS • MILK SHAKES • CONES • HOME-PAK FQUOW THE CROWD TO DAIRY QUEEN Corn*' of Dodge & Nebraska Sts. - Aljfona, Iowa ' * ' * CpUpPrl Worfh Towards Purchas. of ONE QUART DAIRY QUEEN DAIRY QUEEN - ALGONA Good Only Satufday, March

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