The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
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bttabw'*,' 19SS Kossuth Mbnt' Has thBi • WhlHemore — Mrs Mary Klein- 1 fehn, oldest resident of Kossuth cbunty, pelebrated her 100th birthday>*las,t Saturday, at the home of her daughter, Mrs Frank Sallies. Her"other daughters, Mrs SjtHihia Burke, was ^also present. ! while she' had suffered a slight cpld, the 100th birthday was nevertheless a joyous occasion. Mrs Kleinfelin Was born in 111- »iftois Oct. 1, 17886, and came 'to Iowa "at an early age with. her Barents in a covered wagon. The family settled in "North Washing-' ton and engaged in farming. > Husband Died 1902 • Mary Kleinfehn (nee Hauser) began farming with her husband immediately after' their marriage in the Boyd community. Desiring rtiore land, .they bought a section § Minnesota,' and moved there, lortly after; 1902. Mr Klei'n- hn died, and his wife and family remained there for aboiit four y'0ars, when they returned to C-hicasaw county until her sons tjSok over and she retired and rtioved to New Hampton. She has been living at Whilte- ijiore for the past 12 years with her two daughters. Others'of the family present for the .occasion last Saturday were Mr and Mrs Charles Kleinfehn of Cicero, 111.. Mr and Mrs Walter Kleinfehn of lfew Hampton, and Morris of Indianu, as well as Mrs Francis Spilles of Whittemore. The s Kleinfehns were the parents of 13 children. Others living are John of Minneapolis, George of San, Francisco, Mrs Rose Potter of San Francisco. Remembers Indian Visits Mrs Kleinfehnj while confined to a wheel chair much of the tfme, is always alert. She recalls With special interest the days of Indians near'her early home, and remembers them camping in the neighborhood. After they left, she ajid other children Usually went out and picked Up beads and other things the Indians had left behind. • The occasion was a most unusual one, and an honor well deserved. Guests At Wesley Mr and JVfrs Ray Muller of Wesley have' had as guests their njeces and nephews, Pam, Paula and Billy Muller. small children of Mr and Mrs George Mullef of Sheldori, while the latter attended the Dair.y Cattle Congress. ""Tias 8 Court Cases Eight pefsotiS paid fines irt Justice C, H. Ostwinkle's court during the past two days. .Darryl Q. Householder, Lorie Rock, paid $10 and costs, on an improper equipment c h a f g e; Harold F. -Schlltz, Swea City, overload, $12 and costs; Norman A. Gade, Algona. faulty truck equipment, $§ and costs; Geor|e W. Wolf, LuYerne, speeding. $5 and costs; ana Homer U. Ness, Claripn, failing to dim lights,- $5 and costs. . J, 'Hi'"Smith;, Whittemore, and Daniel E. Ramussen, Swea City, each paid t'wo fines for truck overload counts. Smith was assessed a total of $28.70 and costs arid Rasmussen paid $93.70 and costs. '-,'; - • { 4 Wedding ilcertses Foul' couples obtained wedding licenses In the tounty the past week. They were James H. Smith, .Whittemore, and Lebrta Erlckson. Algpjia arid Harlan Hertzkc arid ;SbJrQn Kay IjdreribusH, .both Lakota, Sept. 29; Ranald Nauni&n, Burt, and Judith Sorensen, Al- :goM'a> Sept. 30; Robert Ruby, La- kola, arid Kathleen King, Buffalo •CehfeVOct 4, ' ' PilbtWo Wdd Stewardess Weiley— Mrs ' Viola Stiider announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her son, Robert Vernpn Studer, of Atlanta, Ga. to Miss Marie Cecilia Bohler of August - and Atlanta, Ga. The wedding will take place in November at St. Mary's On-The- Hill Cdtholic church in Augusta. Miss Bohler, former society editor of the Augusta Herald, is a stewardess with Delta C. & S. Airlines from Atlanta, arid Bob is a pilot with the same company. ftii Jerry Ferris wa ; s the tpp ftiljn; 'at Hawkeye Langs durittg.the \veek 'with a 223 siflgle Ime. f Other men over 200'included' Bob McCUlloUgh ' 214, ChUck David 215 s , Glayt Pittmart ail/ves Kenyon 215, Monte Scobba 202,, 202, Lou Lynk 20fl, flill Nayloi 1 208", Clarence Ludeke 220, 200, and Bob Williams 20L . League standings: .. American League \ W Studer's — r - 18 Titonka Indians . 14 a Baker Livestock _..^ 11 Boone Ridge — 11 Sjogren's . 11 Brandt Bulck .—— 10 Hamilton Hatchery -- 10" Sorenson Imp. 10 Lions 9 Hefti Lockers ~~ 7, Corwith .„——— G'' . 46 ff ,9 'r"-~' ft, 1 10 11 14 itobirtsbn Produce — 8 ai League W a f Produce _____ . }6 Williams P-C '.. \S Billiards -- 14 il „:.-.- 13 i ?J. I? -67 -•&*"" t Co-Op Elev;;|.&'*Q : "^t\f\t ^?tM*nf 'i 1 *''*"*-" „•()'»/ «UlV OJJL ttt SSveri'Up —:.;i Roatl |ns. -L.—4^s- '' Kesa. Co. Imp. Ji*jL 5 Ernie Williams JD/%- 3 i- 8 8 15 L '4 4 (i II 12 12 13 15 17 Norm Gade Is Pin Stcir North Gade took both high; honors during a Hot week of bowing at Barry's. He 'had high line ^ith a 243, and put it with a 192 and 200 to tcstal 635 for his series, cou'ht. Right behind him Was Lewis Gilbride. He totaled 820>$i'th lines' of 214, 194 and 212. Other men over 200 were Don Winkel 203, Arnje Lallier 210, artd'H. Elmers 209.. KCs are holding the top GET READY FOR FAIL AND WINTER DRIVING Make your own road with the • quiet running NEW TUBELESS TIRES Also Available in GUARANTEED Town & Country New Treadi... applied on sound tire bodies or on your own fires. RESERVE YOURS TODAY! A small deposit will hold the tires until you are ready to have them installed. BRADLEY BROS. South Hotel Algonq Your Fire stone Dealer Phone 714 fliN The Potato Store's Fifi 20Toi POTATO .YdU Can Buy These PptdlbiBs UNDER The Wholesale Prices bl iaif Y«ir( ONE pabes ,,,, the kind ihai keep all wifliW lonQ . . . and in this big "fiast fiftd" t S81ft ydu efflrt buy them cheaper ihlti w* have Seen them in the past' 6 io 8 years! 20 solid ions are ready -ftlday 'Wp j»g at East End Qi'6fi6»y . . i in potato sale you na¥e asjse.d pfa and waited fdfl Come and "get you* spuds this weekend at the Sto^e" ... and' SAVE ." • Th^sslRpliWilfKftpA'IW'"* 6 ^ NOJIRISH^ |K]QiiLB. NO. 1 RED BONf JA^ f These Spuds Keep 4 To 6 Weeks ! ' Large Solid Washe|cH|ROKEB •!. ..... "AG B 1.09 Large Solid PONT!^, 100-Lb. Bag 98c CAND-D-LITE 303 SIZE CORN -PEAS..... 8 for $1 FREESTONE ' NO. 2Vi CAN PEACHES .... 3for 89c Home-Dressed FRYING GHICKiNS Us. 49c Home-Dressed STEWING HENS Lb. 39c BLATZ BEER 6-Pak 98c 11-Oz. Clear Glass Tumbler FREE With Each 6-Pak FOOD DOtlARS be FRESH TRIMMED LB. Pork Cutlets 39c DECKER'S VALUE LB. Sliced Bacon 29c WORRELL'S READY-TO-EAT LB. PICNICS - - 35c HORMEL'S AU-MEAT LB. PORK LB. Loin Roasts 39c PAN-READY LB. Spring Fries 49c Beef Quarters CUT & WRAPPED FOR YOUR LOCKER Fronts 29c - Hinds 39c AGAIN WE HAVE! FRESH FROM THE WATER IB. One Can Jack Sprat Sauerkraut Free With the purchase of each pound of Hormel's All-Meat WIENERS at regular price! HORMEL'S FOOD S HORfoEL'S CHftl (with beans) Jtartc DINTY MOORE BEEF STEW, Ig. 1% Ib. can 39c HORMEL'S CHOPPED BEEF, 12oz.can35c HORMErSSPAM,12oz.can35c NESTLES CHOC. CHIPS, pkg.19c DUNCAN HINES (White, Choc., Yellow) ' CAKE MIX JokqUfe JIFFY CAKE MIX (assorted). pkg. ft CERTAINTY FLOUR..- 50 Ib. bag $3.69 BUTT'R-TOPP EACH Angel Food CAKES 29 GIANT BAB-O CLEANSER 2 cans 29C JOHNSON'S Hard-Gloss WAX ot. 88c DES MOINES BLEACH Gal. 39C IVORY SOAP PERSONAL SIZE 6 bars GIANT 63c PINK DREFT £ Sjze Redeem Y0yr TIDI & FLUFFO JUMBO CRISP HEAD LEHDCE 2 heads FANCY E;ATMORE LB. NO. 1 NORTHERN RED Potatoes 100 Ib, bag $1.79 CK SPRAT 5 IBS> ^ New Pack Campbells 10 Cans ,Qeed Rich (in hy. syrup) 5 Csn* '_. V-B (40 oj. Cen) 3 g»HS €il«r«d S r Whito 1? g Q ||. COLORED OLEO s| TOMATO SOUP $1 Elberfa PEACHES $1 COCKTAIL JUICE $| NoHhern TISSUE $|

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