The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 21, 1955 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1955
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Snappy Sexton Couple Belies 50 Years Wed i : By The Village Gossip ' JI^f6ft-HAfter haying celebrated r golden weddlttg fittnivdf- sary recently, Mr and Mrs Arch Burger are a pretty snappy, look-" ing . couple. They, Ip&kfcd like they; Were starting off tMif, secott'd honeymoon whfen they left,oh the; bus for Mason City fo visita 1 Week at the Strother-iWise'hpmA 1 Arch : iot his potatoes planted on good Friday again so he deserves £ vacation. >;,.•' j; ,. v; : .' August Kirschbdifrii had quite a surprise recently. After maintaining Sexton's main street for so long it was a shock to have the county, grader, make a round. If you think, Iowa , roads are bad, consider the Minnesota situation. John Opheim has returned to school up north after an extra long Easter vacation because the school bUs'couldn't get over the Minnesota roads during the spring ;haw. • • ,lf we g"et that handsdme* redhead in as new postmaster there should be ah increase in business for Uricle Sam. If any interested young Iddies, are cUriotls they could stop and mail a letter. Former depot agent Dale Simon stopped to swap railroad talk witn* his successor L. A. Copp ahd visited wilh' August and Leb' Kirschbaum. Looks like Wilford Ward might be IboKirig f6r f fteW fidef corn* panioh oh his trucking trips"; After making one trip to Cedar Rapids ufWafd'g new semi, Bil1 Huff has detertBd' hini. , BiU Is,now ridinl Mth'hlr nephew,' Lyip l Huff, who is trucking Seed .corn fof, Ronnie NeWbfougri) of ; Wesley 1 . .'•-. ,Mr, ahd Mrs . Fj-ahk ^isfe. of Mason City .spent the vWekdnd at the Mack $iss '.hoiite.-- W.atdh tot the.UnUSUal.adyertlsirig Campaign Frank is coopetatirvg on' With, his brother Lloyd and Elaine Holtori. , If ybu Ajrant td s&e 'vvh'at ypur neighttors ate doing on fthe other side of town this sommet it mlghl be a good idea to gang up on Fred Jennings. He is planning on putting all the- empty lots: in town into corn. When it; gets to 12 feet , everyone will be isolated with A private hedge' around their yard I Francis McMdhor)'has given £ e of the present been foutiCfii' tying th day, the nn^ient _. . tombs. If hey ore sflid t& have be^ri inventedVdilViHI the siegef^ of Troy by Pain' medes di Greece, about 1244 B. 6. to a black and white car 'around own the owner loses it in a'fi ac- ident, , Now, can starU,over >y getting used to the new red md .white one. v ft Isn't a good idea for a y"oUng fellow to, be too qUiet,. As nn example Don Licktoig enttod the ahtiy and came- home ort 'leave aft^r completing his basic traln- ng. before he was even missed;, ABbUt tirrte S»3ft6H ! HSd; #-fnar- shal although not for it's own citizens. Seems there has been a number of cases of .money .miss? ingl robberies arid b&d Check passing lately for such a Small ;own. , ' '•• new,meariing to the saying a wile goose ichase."-,He is going into the business of raising a new type o: foreign gbos6 and • he has beet chasing all Over the county getting' replacements for his flock from .other goose raisers. •Just as We were getting used Portlttftd •By Mrs Vieior Fitch ' Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel spent Easter Sunday at the Louis Hub'er Mr 'and Mrs Ray Fitch", Mr ild Fitch, Mrs Mae Raney.and Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch Went to Park! Rapids,' Minn., Sattlfday to atterld ,thfe wedding of Mfts Lois FitcH, da.ught6r of Mr and Mrs Roy Fitch. They retkrnedi'Stinday •night: •'-'• •••• " : i"^;; Mr Clyde Moore and 'famil visited Mr Moore's sister, Mrs Ma Dibler and family at , Windom Minn, last Sunday. . | Mr and Mrs Barl Zwiefel, Corinrje and Kermit Went to Minneapolis. Saturday fbr the Ice Folies. Mr and Mrs Cecil Householder f Welcome, Minn, spent the veekend at the Jake Smith home. fir Householder is a brother of rtrs Smith's. Wilma Mdore took part in the State music contest at Bode, She sang a solo and placed second. Mr and Mrs Earl Stott and Mr and Mrs Robert Lang visited Sunday evening at the Earl Zwiefel's. Lo'uis Bartlett went to Minneapolis Friday morning on business, returning the same day. ,,Mrs Earl Zwiefel helped serve the; Methodist men's supper Wednesday evening. Mrs Ray Fitch visited over the weekend at her daughter's, Mr and Mrs Bob Skilling of Irvington, they called on Mr and Mrs Devtfey Skilling and family in Al- goria, Mrs Mae Raney was also a visitor at the Skilling home Sunday afternoon. ..Miss Corinne Zwiefel will' be confirmed next Sunday, in a class of twenty-seven at the Methodis church in Titonka. More than 678,000 persons Wer injured in weekend traffic acci dents last year. WESLEY NEWS Mi' and Mrs Glenn Smith.had as heir holiday weekend Roger and Ronnie Werstein of Garner. Mr and Mrs Al Wagner had as heir Easter Sunday guests their wo sons, Mr and Mrs Ben Wagner of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Dwight Wagner and three sons of Algona. Easter Sunday guests at the Julius Matz home were their son Vincent Matz, his wife and, son of Johrvllle and Mr and Mrs Oswald Lallier of AlgOna. Margaret Schroeder was brought -tome by ambulance Saturday Erom a rest home in Burt where she had been several months. Mr and Mrs Bill Laubenthal and daughter, Cynthia Ann of Algona were Easter Sunday guests of her parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson. Mr and Mrs Norman Rowe spent the Easter weekend With his mother, Mrs Mary Rowe a;nd other relatives at Carroll and Breda, '. i Mr and Mrs Rich Reiling anc children were .Easter weekenc guests of her mother, Mrs Mary Rowe and his mother, Mrs Jose phine'Reiling and Other relatives at Carroll. Mrs Irene Studer, who is em ployed at the Osteopathic Clinic fhurtcTd'y, AjSrlf J1, ,t«S Al^dtfrf Ofr) Algbnd, spent the weekend herd t her home. Her Easter Sun- lay guests were her daugfttei', Mi' md Mrs Bill Foth, Mary Lee arid Bill of Algonu. Mr and Mrs John Seller 01 Humboldt spent ;Easlei c al th'f> larenlal A. Jv Seller home. Mrs J. T. MeMer entered Mercy hospital at Fort Dodge, Sunday afternoon, April 10. She submitted o surgery on Monday, Her dau- ;hter, Cheryll is a registered nursf .here. Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer and children spent Sunday afternoon and evening .at the Larry Lams lome in Mason City. Mr and Mrs Studer were sponsors at the baptism of the baby boy born to Lanfcs on Saturday, March 26. H6 was named Patrick Philip, Mrs Lang is the former Ethel Haverly and a sister of Mrs Studer, Pat Bohn, who has been cm- ployed at the Johnson Service Company in Louisville, Ky., the past 1G months, arrived home Saturday, April .2. Mrs Ray fiimbnd ,and Sons, Jack 1 and Jerry of Milwaukee Mrs Fred Bush, Mrs Don Clark and Becky of Corwith were Saturday guests at the Guy Dim'onc home. Sunday guests in the Guy Dimorta home wete the floward Sharks faifttily ahd the Myrwin 5imend family. ' those on tKij cancer drive Mon* day were Roseila Neuroth, chairman, VeVh. Lease, Ethel, Flc-m, Eileen Rbgness, Dorothy •Hendef* son, Mary Wingert, Rita Shepj- 0ard, Rita Kifike, RoSe Lickteig, Elawe" Downs, Lorraine • Goetf, 3emle Hamilton and Tillle Loe- g, Jan Swanson, daughter 6f M> and Mrs Alvln Swanson, spent several days last week with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Gottlieb Harle at Britt. She accompanied them to Des Moines Thursday. Mi's L, V. Johnson entertained the following at coffee Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs Alfre^l Schultz' birthday: Mesdames Al- tfed SchultZr Clarence Kraft, Met"- toh Larson, Hulda Schultz, Maude Blancnard, Don Blanchard, artS Bud Martin. Mr and Mrs Fred Iverson atul family of Belmond spent ovcr 1 - nig'Vit Saturday and Easter Sunday at the parental, W. G. Flaig home. Marilyn Meyer of Algonk was also a Sunday dinner guest there. .... ....„ < IF IT'S' NEWS — WE WANT ft ISUTTER KERNEL CREAM STYLE CORN 303 Size Cans PAN READY Frying CMck'ns Ib59c BUTTER, KERNEL Car' BOSTON BUTT . t» I U . •- • l Pork Roasts Ib 33c HORMEL'S 303 Size Cans RED - RIPE Tube S TuI of 29C FRESH - CRISP LEAF LET'UCE lb 394 MIRACLE CLEANING Ib49< SAN I- WAX Pt BH. Skinless Franks Ib DECKER'S WIISON CORN KING Sliced Bacon Ib 49c FRESH PORK Spare Ribs - Ib 45c DECKER'S Pure Lard Op rr le 29c GAINES - NEW DOG <« FOOD^ Cans A ^F^» PIK-NIK SHOESTRING FIRESIDE Marshmallows FRIGIDETTE - FROZEN Peas 10 oz. Pkg. DOLE - FROZEN Pineapple Juice 6 oz. Can Potatoes PROCTOR & GAMBLE Lb. Can LIQUID SOAP JOY 29C Reg. Btl. SKIPPY NABISCO Shredded Wheat Reg. Pkg. FRIDAY ANP SATURDAY NIQHTS FOR YOUR CONViNIINCi Pean'f Butter 390 13 oz. 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