The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 6, 1955 · Page 34
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 34

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 6, 1955
Page 34
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tto.) Upper DCS Mo!n«» ttiut-jdciy, October 6, 1955 husband marriage Desiring a section Eldest Kossuth Resident Has 100th Birthday Whillemore — Mrs Mm y Klein- fthn. oldest resident of Kossuth county, celebrated In r 100th birthday last Saturday, at the home of her daughter. Mrs Frank Spilles. Her other daughters. Mrs Sophia Burke. \vns also present. While she had suffered a slight cold, the 100th birthday was nevertheless a joyous, occasion. Mrs Kleinfehn was born in Illinois Oct. 1. 17SS5. and came In Iowa at an early age with her parents in a covered wacon. The family settled in North Washington and engaged in farming. Husband Died 1902 Mary Kleinfehn (nee Hauserl began farming with her immediately after their in the Bovd community. more land, they bought a in Minnesota, and moved there. Shortlv after 1902. Mr Kleinfehn died, and his wife and family remained their for about four years, when they lelurned to Chicasaw county until her sons took over and she retired and moved to New Hampton. She has been livitm at Whittemore for the past 12 years with her two diiiightejs. Others of the familv prevent for the occasion last Saturday wire Mr and Mrs- Charles Kleinfehn of Cicero. 111.. Mr and Mrs Waller Kleinfehn of New Hampton, and Morris of Indiana. as well as _Mrs Francis Spilles of Whittemo're. The Kleinfehns were the parents of 13 children. Others living are John of Minneapolis. George of San Francisco. Mrs Hose Potter of San P'rancisco. Remembers Indian Visits Mrs Kleinfehn. while confined to a wheel chair much of the time, is always alert. She recalls xvit.h special interest the days of Indians near her early home, and remembers them camping in the neighborhood. After they left, she and other children usually went out and picked up beads arid other things the Indians had left lie- hind. The occasion was a most unusual one, and an honor well deserved. and Hilly Mullcr. small children of Mr and Mis George Muller ^t Sheldon, while the hitler attended the Dairy Cattle Congress. Ostwinkle Has 8 Court Cases Eight persons paid fines in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court during the past two days. Darryl G. Householder, Lone Hock, paid S10 and costs on an improper equipment charge; Ha'-ohl F. Schillz. Swea Ci'ty, overload. SI2 and costs: Norman A. Gade, Algona. faulty truck equipment. $5 and costs: George W. Wolf. LuVerne. speeding, S5 and costs; and Homer U. Ness, Clarion, failing to dim lights, $5 and costs. J. H. Stoith. Whittcrnore, and Daniel E. Ramussen, Swea City, each paid two fines for truck overload counts. Smith was assessed a total of $28.70 and costs and Rasmussen paid S93.70 and costs. 4 Wedding licenses Four couples obtained wedding licenses in the county tl\e past week. They were James H. Smith, Whittcmoro, and Leona F.rickson. Algona and Harlan Hertzkc and Sharon Kay Dorenbusb, both Lakota, Sept. 29: Donald Nauman, Burt, and Judith Sorensen, Al- gbna, Sept. 30: Robert Ruby, La- kola, and Kathleen King, Buffalo Center. Oct. 4 Wesley Pilot To Wed Stewardess Wesley—Mrs Viola Slurier announces the engagement, and approaching marriage of her son. Robert Vernon Sluder. 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 Catholic church in Augusta. Miss Bohler, former society editor of the Augusta Herald, is a stewardess with Delta C. & S. .Airlines from Atlanta, and Bob is a pilot with the same company. Ferris Shows The Way With 223, Howkeye Lanes .lorry Ferris was the top man at Ilawkpyp Lanes during the work with a 223 single line. Other men over 200 included Bob MfCtiUouah 214. Chuck- Davis 215, Clayt Pittman 211, Lc.- Kenynn 2! "7. Mnnto Scobba 202, 202. Lou Lynk 200, Bill Naylor 208. Clarence Ludokc; 220. 206, and Boh Williams 201. LOHRUC standings. American League W L Studer'f! 10 4 Tilonka Indians 14 fi Baker Livestock 11 9 Boone Ridge 11 9 Sjo«ren's 11 9 Brandt Buick 10 10 Hamilton Hatchery -.10 10 Sorensnn Imp. 10 10 Lions ._ !) 11 Hefti Lockers 1 13 Corwith 0 14 Tloblnson National Pnr.luro -_ ^ 15 League W L rorlllrc - H> •) Ernie \Villi:ims P-C .... Ifi * •) West IMH! Milliards 14 (i Bancroft Oil - 13 1 Brltt 11 n Ready-Mix 10 10 Buil Co-Op Elev. 0 11 Ray's Jack Sprat H 12 Seven-Up ...^ - H 12 Rond Ins 7 13 Koss. Co. Imp. 5 1ft Ernie Williams JD _. 3 17 Norm Gade Is Barry Pin Star Norm Gade took both high honors during a hot week of bowling at Barry's. He had high line with a 243, and put it with a 192 and 200 to total 035 for his series count. Right behind him Was Lewis Gilbride. He totaled 620 with lines of 214, 194 and 212. Other men over 200 were Don Winkel 203, Arnie Lallier 210, and H. Elmers 200. The KCs are holding the top Guests At Wesley Mr and Mrs Hay ivluller of Wesley have ha'd as guests their nieces and nephews, Pam, Paula 6£F READY FOR FALL AMD WINTgR DRIVING Make your own rood with the quiet running NEW re$ton<T\ ELESS TIRES Also Available in GUARANTEED Town & Country New Treads.., applied on sound tire bodies or on your own tires. RESERVE YOURS TODAY! A small deposit will hold the tires until you are ready to have them installed. South Hotel Algona BRADLEY BROS. Your Fire stone Dealer Phone 714 MIRE'S WHAT YOU'VS BliN WAITING FOR ! The Potato Store's You Can Buy These Potatoes UNDER The Wholesale Prices of Last Year! NUMBER ONE potatoes . . . ihe kind that keep all wintef loflg . . . and in this big "Easl End" Sale you can buy them cheaper lhan We have seen them in the past 6 to 8 yearsl 20 solid ions are ready Friday morning at East End Grocery ... in the potato sale you have asked about and wa'.led for! Come and get your spuds this weekend at the "Potato Store" ... and SAVE PLENTY ! These Spuds Will Keep All Winter! NO, 11RISH COBBLERS 100-LB. NO. 1 RED PONTIACS BAG These Spuds Keep 4 To 6 Weeks ! Large Solid Washed CHEROKEES V:U" 1 09 Large Solid PONTIACS, 100-Lb. Bag ,.. 98e CAND-D-LITE 303 SIZE CORN-PEAS 8for$l FREESTONE NO. 2V 5 CAN PEACHES 3for89c Home-Dressed FRYING CHICKENS Lb. 49c Home-Dressed STEWING HENS' Lb. 39e BLATZ BEER 6-Pak 98c 11-Oz. Clear Glass Tumbler FREE With Each 6-Pak East End MOD DOllMS tie FRESH TRIMMED LB. Pork Cutlets 39c DECKER'S VALUE LB. Sliced Bacon 29c MORRELL'S READY-TO-EAT LB. PICNICS - - 35c HORMEL'S ALL-MEAT LB. - - 39c PORK LB. Loin Roasts 39c j PAN-READY LB. Spring Fries 49c Beef Quarters CUT & WRAPPED FOR YOUR LOCKER Fronts 29c - Hinds 39c AGAIN WE HAVE! FRESH FROM THE WATER LB. PIKE 49c One Can Jack Sprat Sauerkraut Free With the purchase of each pound of Hormel's All-Meat WIENERS at regular price! HORMEL'S FOOD SALE! (with beans) ..2 cans 49c DINTY MOORE BEEF STEW, Ig. W Ib. can 39c HORMEL'S CHOPPED BEEF, 12 pz. can 35c HORMEL'S SPAM, .12 oz. can •& NESTLES CHOC. CHIPS, pkg. 19c DUNCAN HINES (White, Choc.. Yellow) CAKE MIX .....3pkg$.J!c JIFFY CAKE MIX (assorted). pkg. IQc CERTAINTY FLOUR BUTT'R-TOPP EACH Angel Food CAKES 29 c GIANT BAB-O CLEANSER 2 cans 29C JOHNSON'S Hard-Gloss WAX 88c DES MOINES BLEACH Gal. 39C IVORY SOAP PERSONAL SIZE 6 bars 35C GIANT TIDE 63c PINK DREFT 2 % 49C Redeem Your TIDE & FLUFFO Coupons Here JUMfeO CRISP HFAD I FTTIIf F llljril/ LLiI iUvLi 2 heads FANCY EATMOHE LB. CRANBERRIR FLAME TOKAY NO. 1 NORTHERN RED Potatoes 100 Ib. bag $1.79 JACK SPRAT C 11 PRA 1«.-^ JL LBS ' ^ New Pack Campbells 10 Cans Good Rich (in hy. syrgp) 5 Con f V-8 (46 oz. Can) 3 C*m Colored or White 12 Roils COLORED OLEO $| TOMATO SOUP $1 Elberta PEACHES $1 COCKTAIL JUICE $1 Northern TISSUE $1

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