The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 10, 1955 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1955
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Kfclnes ' Thursday, Mareli 16, 1.95$ . Burt Girls f aKe In State Basket Meet •i , Burr—Twelve of the Burt basketball girls attended the games iftuDes Moines last weekend, leaving by school bUs Friday noon and Returning Sunday evening. The gifls were: Velma Groen, Carol Ha!smussen, Mary Carlson, Ellen Stifewart, Arlyce Johnson, Mary •Keith, Beverly Larson, Karen «'Lavrenz, Alic6 Thompson, Delores Ackerman, Barbara Dremmel and JUdy Hinckley. Phyllis Kain was Ch&peron and George Hawcott, the driver. Coach Ray Ihnen accompanied the group. Mr and Mrs W. B. Officer also attended the games. Birthday Parly ; Several relatives and friends were at the Harold Reirners home Monday evening of last week honoring the small daughter, Sue Ellen, on her second birthday anniversary. Mr and Mrs B. E. Miller with- Sharon, Mr and Mrs Howard Batt and Howard, Phyllis Miller and Lynda Rash spent the , eVening and callers were: Donald Reimers, Janice Madscn, Bernard Miller, Carol Reimers, David Miller and Anne Reimers. Change Farms . Mr and Mrs Jim Stevens moved March 1 from the Virgil Schrii- der farm to another farm nearby. The Stevens wul conunut; to farm the land but Mr and Mrs Cub Scouts Honored Monday evening of last week the Burt Cub Pack observed its first anniversary with a Blue and Gold .banquet. Starting the banquet Rev.iBearse gave 1 the invocation arid group singing followed, The cub scout leaders were recognized in their positions: Pat McGuire, president of the Lion's Club, stated the Lions will sponsor another year. Scout Master Milfred Smith was asked to speak and his assistant Bill Giddings was introduced. Roger Lavrenz gave the welcome speech and his mother, Mrs Roland Lavrenz, gave, the response. Reports 01 last years high lights were given by John M. Miller. Committee' chairman, Don Patterson, told o! coming plans. A skit ''I Love This Flag" was presented by al, dens following the t'n.cmc, "Let Freedom Ring." Awards were given as follows: Richard Gob- Ken, the Bob Cat Award, Floyd Lavrenz, the Wolf, Raymond liichter and George Patterson, Lion; Jerry Gifford, one gold aim five silver arrows, Terry Cook, six'silver arrows, Dunne Hinckley and Larry Westlilng completed the cub scout work and received Webolo Badges and graduation certificates and were presented with Boy Scout neckerchieves, gifts from their den members, li'rhie Lavrenz presented the two boys with Scout Handbooks, gifts : from the pack. A traveling trophy was given Mrs Don Patterson's Den for having most representation at this meeting. Dale Lockwood as cub master thanked the den mothers for time and effort put into this meeting. Homemakers To Meei The Burt Township Home-makers meeting will be held wilu STRICTLY BUSINESS AOAX ^ M REFRIGERATOR COMPANV SALES DEPART ("teNT "Argyle's pretty sore about the territory assigned to him I" Marion Westling Tuesday aftcr- Schrader will live on, noon, March 15, with Mrs Erwin Special Friday, Saturday & Monday With Purchase Of Any Room Wallpaper DAVIS PA8 Associate Store Mr and Mrs Bill Amort Welcome 4-H Boys & Girls To Algona Saturday Val ues RETAN LEATHER WORK SHOES WITH CORK SOLES FOR TOPS IN WEAR S7.95 Values 8-Inch High ReTan Uppers! CORK SOLES! Only at Diamond's Can You Get Such Valuesl Reduced from $10.00 ALL SIZES Men! We know these prices are hard to believe. Just put your hat on and come down and we can PROVE ITI S SUIIIPLUS STORE Next To The Smoke Shop DIAMOND'S SURPLUS WORK SHOE Ulses and Mrs Fred Tigges assisting hostesses. Vera Sch'wie- tert and Luella Cherland .will give the lesson on Desserts, and Mrs Westling will demonstrate cake decorating. Parents of Son Mr and Mrs Billy Gifford are Barents of a son born to thorr Monday, Feb. 28, in Algona. The baby who weighed six pounds and 13 ounces has been named Bryan Dean. Mr and Mrs William Gifford and Mr and Mrs C. M. Gross are the grandparents and great grandmothers to Bryan Dean are Mrs Anna Leason and Mrs Char|ps Hsrvov nf Alanrvj. Coming Events Events for week of March 10 Lo 16 are: Thursday evening thr 10, Walther League, Max and wendclyn Bierstedt in charge. Friday—Sewing Circle with Lottie Graham. Monday evening— Woman's Club with Mrs Meinzer. Tuesday afternoon—Homemakers meeting with Mrs Westling. Wednesday afternoon — Presbyterian Woman's Council and Methodist Circles. Guests At Shower Shirley Reimers and Lynda Rash attended a shower in Algona Monday evening for Mrs Funk, the former Janice Kickbush. Marion Westling and Hazei Mann were also Burt guests. Atlend Funeral M< and Mrs B. E. Miller and Sharon attended last rites Sunday in West Bend for William Jennings Harris, 58, of Rodman, a brother-in-law of Mr Miller. Services were held in the Presbyterian church, West Bend, with burial there. Others who attended the services from Burt were Mr and Mrs Harold Reimers and children. Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller, David Miller and Lynda Rash. presented Mrs Koestler with a corsage of carnations and sweet peas. Betty Groen spent a few days with Mr and Mrs Richard Groen and family in Algona. 1 , The March meeting of the Lutheran Aid held Thursday the third had as hostesses Mrs Rudj Willrett and Mrs Wittkopp. Plans were made to hold a Bake Sale at Peter' Corner Store Saturday afternoon, March-12, starting a; 1:00. Later a box will be pa^ck- ed with good used clothing and sent to World Relief. Mr and Mrs Carl Reynolds spent Sunday of last week with the Werner Strueckers in Algona.^l,,"'' 11 ". -. ... , •*". ' fh» v«om«?n ".re ?i«t»rs and daush- Nick Echrends began his uuties ters of Mrs August Bellinger. Mr and Mrs Art Leason visited- with Mr^ Anna Leason and Mablc Leason, Algona Sunday afternoon. Bertha Koestler entertained members of the Jolly Ten group, in honor of her birthday which was Friday. All members were present and Helen Weiske was a guest. Boy Scouts of Burt are sponsoring a fish dinner to by given in the VFW Hull Friday, Marcl- 25. Proceeds will go toward summer camp expense. Mr and Mrs Albert Volentinc spent from Wednesday till Saturday with relatives in Nora Springs. They with the Elmer Crawl'ords attended last rites for Joseph Baughey, UD, of Rudd, an uncle of Mrs Volentine and Mrs- Crawford. They also visited tht.- George Crawfords in Mason Cuy Mr and Mrs Honry Gettman were in Mason City last weekend, whore the latter had a chi-ck-U;: at the hospital. She is improving. Mr anil Mrs Huss Shipler an i Carol moved last week to their farm east of Hurt. Mr ;,nd Mr Joi' Gross, wlin had lived on the Peterscn farm, moved to tlu vacated by the Shipli.T.i. Mi- and Mrs Herman Neii/el re I c-eivrtl word recently of the ar 1 rival of a son to Mr and Mrs Dur! wood Neit/el of Whittemore. Tlv j baby born Feb. 21 has been named Jiiiiies Joseph. The iJurwood -•Jeii/,-1; h ivi- two daughters aiii ; 'wo other sons and Jimmy Joi is the Kllli grandchild for the Herman :\",:ltxel.i. Mr anci Mrs Harm Grocn also reci ived v/out <,( the arrival of i grandson ivcrnlly. The bab.v, .VIn-h;n'l Clary was born to M- iinl Mrs Gary 1'ringle of Law- renre, Indiana. Mrs Pi limit- i;he lormer Kathleen Groen aiv, vlichai I is ihe eighth t;i anachil' tor the Harm Groens. Mr i'rin.^1 :ias been in the Aimy, living in in-ii;.nu Ihi- p;,.,t 11 months. All.--: Anna I,ovstacl ha,, recent- V a .^reat grandson when Midi u i John was bmi to Mr and Mrs Lany Ncmmers, Mrs Nemmer..1' :n.-; tlu- lonm-r Joan Schneider Mr an;l Mrs Lulher Miller left a I Yv et 1; lor a Yacalion trip. I'lii y plannetl lo visit Mi and Mr.- A'-in Aliller in l-A-anston, 111. atT'. illi.'!' .-lops in blales (.'firoutf Wll pend soiiieume with Mr an.i Mr.- 1-nwri rice Miller and daughters ii: iUinnemeiie, New Ji.-rsey. Ah- ami Mr., Rudy V/illrett .spun: Sunday afternoon, March (i, al VVin-iom, Minn, where tht-y helped Ur and Mr., A. H. Speth Cj-'U-brate iien Ho wedding anmvi-r.-.ary. Mr.- Spelh was loimerly Minme Ali il the eommuinly. The friendly Birthday Club net at the home of Mrs lleriiy Weiner Monday afternoon, March /, in observance of her 12 birthday. The daughters Mrs iiosi. Chrischilles and Mrs Florence :-5e!:roe;le-r he'p their mother nerve In r club. Mrs \Veinrr r-.-ceived birllulay yifls. 'II ie l-ru-mlly Birthday Club -v,- ; .t to the home of Mrs" Bertha Koestler Tuesday afternoon, Mar. 1, to observe her birthday. Al] niwnbers were present. The club ladies Only 7 . Party Held In Portland Twp. By Mrs Victo.r Fitch Portland—Several neighbor ladies attended a "Ladies only party" Wednesday afternoon at the Earl Miller home. Checkp was the game of the afternoon. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy winning first prize and Mrs Agnes Stewart winning second prize. Mrs Jessie Miller won the door prize. Friday afternoon ^guests of Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch were Mrs Harold Stevenson of Britt and Mrs Ben Potter of Algona. Mrs Stevenson and Mrs Potter are sisters of Mrs Fitch. Miss Janice Harms attended a -lumber party at the home of Miss Betty Hatten- Thursday night. Other guests of the party were the Misses, Sharon* Carroll, Darlene Callies, Louise Boyken, Lavonne Beenken, Joyce Isenbrand, Phyllis Weiland and Judy Steck* 'er. ' • Mr and Mrs Ben Lampe visited Mr and Mrs.Robert Sarchet Fri day evening. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy visited 'Saturday at the Harold Mtch farm home neat Renwick. > Mr Herman Harm's took his fa* ther, Mr John A- Harms, to the doctor Saturday afternoon, Mr and Mrs Ben Lampe wer^ Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Elizabeth Lampe of Bancroft. Mr' and Mrs Dell FltiJh, one time residents of Portland, will celebrate their' golden .wedding anniversary March 22.' If any one should care- to write a let* ier or send a card their address is —Lebanon, Missouri, Lynn Creek, Star Route. ._>.,. :•,,.„ The Portland Social Club, will meet with Loretta Waltman , on Thursday March 10; Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque; drove up from Andes' \ Saturday to visit Mrs Bisque's parents, Mr and Mrs Clifford Young; Visitors at the Ray McWhorter home Sunday, were Mr and Mrs Cecil Thoreson of Swea City. . Vera McWhorter, sister of Mr. Say McWhorter,.had surgery last Triday at the St. Joseph-hospital n Omaha, Neb. She is getting along as well as can be expected. Vera spent quite a .bit of time at the Ray McWhorter home this winter helping Mrs McWhorter. Baby Shower For Twins At Lakota By Mrs Jerry Heetland Lakota — A baby shower for the twin sons of Mr and*Mrs Merrill Thompson was given in the Lutheran parish hall, Monday everting. The toys have been named Terry Dean and Perry Gerie: Mr and Mrs Thompson and family are soon moving to " " e Mills. • , last* Monday morning as acting "postmaster. ' -Mr and Mrs Harry Miller^and children moved to Manchester, Minn, where they recently purchased a modern home. Their son, Vincent Miller will live on the farm where they have been living. . Mr and Mrs John Hoeppher ol Calumet visited at the home of Biirdette Hoeppners last week. On Sunday Mr and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner and 'family went to Paul Hoeppners at Sutherland. They celebrated the birtnctays i»« Burdette, daughter Linda, and Mrs John Hoeppner. Mrs Charles Gutknecht and Misses Emma and Lena Gutknecht went to Mason City on business, Monday. Miss Elbert and Mrs Diem were dinner guests at the home of Bur-t detto Hoeppner, Tusday evening. Miss Elbert is Linda's teacher. • -Mr and Mrs John 1 Lundquist of Iowa City are parents of a 7 Ib. 12 oz. daughter, who has been named Kay C. The Lundqufsts have another daughter, Becky, who came to stay with the maternal grandparents, Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray. Dennis Murray was at Iowa City as few days and Becky returned here with him. LOST Seven year old Tommy Watters of Lisbon picked a mighty cold day to get lost while playing re cently. When he did not return home, the fire siren was sounded and an organized search was pre- Myrna Norland, Linda Nelson, ' pared. The boy was "found" be- Nancy Tjaden, Diane Roskamp, iure the searcn got under way. ' SO PROMPT! SO CLEAN! SO DEPENDABLE! • On the job soon after you call. • Razor-Xleens clogged sewers and drains without I.IESS. 0 Helled (.1 by more homeowners than any other sewer service. ONE YEAR GUARANTEE A NATIONAL SERVICE AVAILABLE LOCALLY ROTO - ROOTER Serving Kossuth County Phone 980 Collect Welcome 4-H Club Members Your Singer Sawing Center In Algona extends a friendly welcome for all you 4-H Girls or Groups to visit our store Saturday. V/e'd like you to ask us about our sewing machines. We give free demonstrations. We also have courtesy machines available for all of you if you are taking a course. Ask us about the new automatic Zig Zag (straight or slant needle) as shown on TV. Singer Sewing Center Across Street East of Legion Hall OttosenNews lAt and Mrs Gfyde Ertimetsburi wke Suhdny vlsi tors at the Chester Alme home, Mr and Mrs Olaf Brtlvik and son 1 Curtis were Saturday evening visitors at the Clarence Helland home near Bode. > , i Mr and Mrs Hollis Copper aha family, were Sunday dinner guests at the home- of her 'parents Mr ttid Mrs Alfred Jensert at Rodman., Mr and Mrs Ralph Jensen and f arriily of Rodman Were Saturday "evening, visitors at the Hollis Cooper horne. ; ''•'• Mr and Mrs Bernard Coyle find family of [Bode visited at the parental Mike Coyle .home, • Mr and Mtrs Gerald and' family of Humboldt and Mrs Hannah Hellickson of Hardy wete Sunday dinner guests at the Howard Hellickson Home, Mr arid Mrs Carlisle. Halsrud and family were -Tuesday evening guests at the Alfred Helle home t6: celebrate,, the Helle's daughter Karen's birthday. Friday evening the; Albert Helle family visited at the Merle Halsrud home at Bradgate. ,• Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrs- panri and .boys 'were Tuesday evening callers at the Merle Holt home. Saturday evening supper guests at Holts were the Raymond Wehrspann family, PaStor and Mrs Harold Mountain ahdtMr 'and Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk. Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Leonard Youngwirth home at Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Ed Kemna 1 were Sunday evening callers at 'the Eugene Hofius .home. Mr and ' Mrs George Warrior called Saturday afternoon at the Art .Frieden home near West Bend. Mr and Mrs Roy EnocKson visited Sunday afternoon at the home of their sp'n-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Lowell Shelgren at Gilmore City. Mrs Ivan Schneider of West Bend was a WerinpsHay afternoon caller nt the Roy Enockson home. • Mr and Mrs Clifford Jones and family, visited Thursday evening at the Enockson home. - '. .. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson visite'd Tuesday evening at 'the Henry Olson home at Bradgate. •• rltanw Jf, Nielsen home were Mr a«d 'Guy Rents and Kenny )y Mi v and Mrs- Remit "Shimon:- and son, Wllda Vlggo.smd Freeman Nielsen «U of Rolle. • • Mrs Morgan Hag«tf was of the hostesses nt/lhe meeting of the Bode .. Thursday afternoon In the Luth eran church parlors In Bode. At- lending from here were ; Mrs Lawrence . Holden, Mrs' Minn Wehrspann, Mrs" S. Nelson and Mrs Earl Olson, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kvoeget and family of Laurens were Sunday evening supper guests nt the Jesse VanBushirk home, Mr and Mrs Antone Waeehter and Donny and Gary vlsiled^Sun- day after'noQ-n'at the Peter Dalu- hauser home at Whittemofe. Mr and-Mrs Sam v 'Krotif took Mr -Kropf's brother BaVe Kropi of West Bend to the hospital in Ottumwa 'Thursday Where ht underwent surgery Friday. The Kropfs rfiturnfed home Friday. Mr and Mrs Lester Wehrsn"«f and family visited Sunday at the .home of Mr and Mrs nay Kuam b at Lotts Creek, - Mrs Mina Wehrs- pann and Mrs Lillian Wehrspann accompanied-them. Mr arid Mrs W. H. Wehrspann visited Tuesday afternoon at. Whittemore with ;Mrs Herman Baas and..Mrs Amelia Meyer. St. Patrick's BANCROFT Legion Ballroom THURSDAY March 17 LYNN KERNS Playing Both'New & ' Old Time Music SPECIALISTS in YOU CAN COUNT ON US FOR TOP ; BRAKES, STEERING "?"•;'••;' AUTOMATIC ^ TRANSMISSIONS .PAINTING ,'/; and i. BQDY WORK BODYWORK \ Smash Up? We'll Take,It From There. We're WREX- PERTS in Ihe art of rebuilding your'Car just like new. BOB WOODS, our body man, has had over 20 years experience in body work both in Algona and many other midwest garages. Anything from a dented fender to a complete smash-up is all in a day's work lo him. FREE ESTIMATES — PHONE 80. 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Lb. 29c BEEF QUARTERS Hinds Fronts Lb. 33c 31 c Lb. Ma. Brown's PRESERVES Apricot, Cherry, Peach, Pineapple, Blackberry, Red Raspberry Per Jar SUGAR 10 Lbs. ' Fireside Marshmallows 14 oz. Bag Certainty Flour 25 Lbs. 1.79 Instant Nescafe COFFEE 2 oz. 49c Perfex Cleaner ____ 49 C Dexol Bleach _ _____ 49 C Glosstex Starch ____ 25c Shina Dish _______ 25c Sunkist Oranges 2 aoz 59c Pascal CELERY....... I 9c Call Carrots ., Bag 10c Delicious or Winesap APPLiS 4 Ibs. California Avocado^ ea, 19 C

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