The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 27, 1955 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 27, 1955
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Forester Party Has Halloween Theme, Bancroft fiaricroii — A large group of girls and boys attended the hal- loween party held at the Forester Hall Saturday evening. Lunch was served by the girls with Mrs Ed Goche and Mrs Leander Vaske assisting. Mr and" Ed Goche and Charleen left for Chicago to be present at the wedding of a relative Saturday morning. Charleen was a bridesmaid. Mr and Mrs Richard Menke and Mr and Mrs John Menke left Monday on a vacation trip through the west. Mrs Nellie Lupin left. Saturday for Sacramento, Calif., 'where she will spend the winter with her daughter, Mrs Irfna Frisco and granddaughter Bohhie, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Schiltz and Marjory and Kathleen Mulligan who is visiting here from California spent Sunday in Dlibuque with wm. Schiltz and Bofa ; Mulligan at Loras College.' ; Richard Doocy, son of Mr and Mrs Nick Doocy, had the' misfortune to slip -and . fall at his home fracturing his ankle. Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson ana family, Ft. Dodge, and Mr and Mrs Alfred Anderson, Mariches- ter, S. D., spent a few days at the Perry Torine home. Mrs George Rahe entertained a group of ladies at " a coffee party at her home Tuesday evening, Oct. 25. was .served. A lovely lunch 4 Draftees To Leave Nov. 14th Names of four „ draftees who will leave Nov. 14 to fill Kossuth County's November quota were- announced this week by draft board clerk Idela Wood. They are Marion E. Casey, Lu- Verne; Stanley L. Hanig, Corwith; -Maurice D, Pingel, Ledyard; and Stanley M.' Sorensen, Algona. Each is 22 years old. Names of two recent enlistees, Frank L. Krug, West Bend, and Calvin O. Pasley, Algona, were also announced. Ottosen News Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Charles Salz home at Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Wallace Underberg of Fort Dodge were Sunday dinner guests at the Ted Underberg home. Mr and ;Mrs Gene, Walston of Zearing spent the weekend at the home of. her parents Mr and Mrs Antone Speich. Ruth Speich Jr. Red Cross tally Is Held The Junior Red Cross Rally for teachers and students in Schools of Kossuth County was held Saturday, Oct. 22, in the Assembly Room at the Court House. The meeting was presided Over by Mrs Fidelia Kiilsholm, Junior Red Cross chairman. Mrs'Norbert Kelley, Chapter Chairman, gave a talk on Community Service and reported on the Artier* ican Red Cross Children's FUnd vVhich is supported by funds from Junior Red Cross Service Funds; in Chapters. Last year Kossuth County sent $250 to this-fund.- Mrs Cidriey Laird, chapter executive secretary, reported that 171 gift boxes were filled in the schools in the county -last year, which are sent to school children of 1 foreign countries as a good will gesture of- friendship, Lucrecia Clapper from the Lakota school, delegate to the Junior Red Cross Leadership Training Center at the 4-H Camp last summer, reported on camp activities. 7, ' HOSPITALS j Oct. 19 — Mrs Virgil Kunkel, Bancroft, girl, 8-2 V4; Charles Murphy, Algona, medical; Mrs Lawrence Besch, Whittemore, boy, 8-2; Mrs James Kollasch, Whitlemore, girl, 7-14. Ocf. 26 — Chris Alt, Algona, medical; Mrs Louis Kollasch, 7 Cases Up In Mayor's Court Seven" cages were heard by Mayor B. P. Richardson' during the past week. A charge of traveling on the left side of the highway, filed against B. Robert McAllister, Algona, following an auto mishap Oct. 16, was dismissed on motion of City Attorney John Carroll. The dismissal was based on a possible 'conflict of .jurisdiction and the. filing of information under state law. It was learned late Wednesday that four other charges, all under section 321 of the code of Iowa, had been filed by Police Chiel Al Boekelman, who- : investigated the accident originally. Hearing date for these charges : has not been set. Leo Cassel is. the defendant's attorney. Lois Corrine Bristow.'LuVerne, was found not guilty in a second case involving an. accident. Mrs Bristow had- been charged with failure to give information and aid following an accident. A car driven by her collided with a bicycle which was being wheeled by Susan Moulton, 9, of Algona. The girl got only slight injuries. Following ,- testimony, it was decided that Mrs" Bristow had no intent to violate the law. :-,'•; , : In other cases during the week, Leonard DeHoet, Jr., Indianqla, was fined $10 'and; costs for indecent exposure; James M. McDonald, Cowrie, and Donald J. Gruver, Emrrietsburg, each: paid $5 and costs ;for speeding; and Gordon EricSonV Thuridei* .Hawk, So. Dak., and Christ A. JacQbspfi . were dinner A *e«fejipmafor;at tion and'SurtdSy all guests' at the Paul BerninghauS home at Roman. A week agp Sunday dinner guests at the Ted Underberg home were Mr and Mrs Carl Underberg of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Ray Haugen of Algona were there for supper the same day and in the evening Mr and Mrs Kenneth Underberg of Livermore were there. TITONKA NEWS The German Township Homemakers club will appear on TV Friday afternoon, Oct. 28 and will be the guests of Super Valu Show. They will also visit other places of interest to homemakers during the day there in Mason i kjjjcjun •&+ »*•*'• *-"->"•» «--~ . ------ .- --- v ; -, . wedJts.fvwr%3? i^argo,- No. t >rDak.i each ~paid'.'$JO ' James Van Hove, son of Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove, left for the armed services Monday, Oct. 24 and arrived in Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., for his training. Patsy Korto is the new office girl working in the office % of pr. John J. Lesiak. Mrs Martha Killian and son Ruben of Minneapolis spent last week visiting at the home of Mrs Katie Rode and other friends in Titonka. Mrs Bernadine Girard entertained her sewing club Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Henry Mayland Jr., and Mr and Mrs Donald Oesterman went by plane Saturday morning, October 22 to Fort Sheridan, Illinois to attend the wedding of Donald' Eugene Oesterman, and Shirley Kuch- enreuther of Algona Saturday evening. They returned home buu- day morning. Mr and Mrs Wm. L. Rode accompanied Mr and Mrs Elmer Oesterman by car to Fort fahen- dan, Illinois where they also attended the Oesterman-Kucnen- reuther wedding. Eugene's younger brother also accompanied them. They arrived home Sunday evening Mrs Loren Hans entertained her 500 club 'Thursday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs Ollie Bruns and Mrs Wilbur Sexton. Mrs Wm. Boyken was a guest. Condition Father Kelm Unchanged The condition of Father Leu Kelm assistant priest of Corpus Christ! in Fort Dodge who was assistant at St. Cecelia s until three years ago, is unchanged, according to latest word received by Msgr. Gearen Wednesday afternoon. „ . Father Kelm was stricken * 11- day afternoon and rushed to Rochester. His left arm and lea are paralyzed at present and he- is undergoing a full round ui tests to determine the exact cause of his sudden attack. He spent another food night Tuesday, according to hospital authorities. and co^ts ofttintoxicaticin charges. Burt Lions Party Burt — The Burt Lion's Club will sponsor a party at the Legion Hall Halloween eve., the 31st, for children and adults. Free movie at 7:00 followed by free dance at 9:00, with treats for grade children -and costume prizes' will be given. The American Legion is donating use of the hall. West Bend, girl. Ocl. 21 — C. W, Nicoulin, Algona, medical: Stanley Platt, Curlew, medical; Mrs Jarhes Barber, West Bend, maternity. Oci. 22 — Mrs Donald Asa, Algona, maternity; Donald Preu- schl, St. Benedict, surgery; Mrs Hazel Lewis, Algona, .medical. Oct. 23 —• Mrs Clayton, Lammers, Algona, maternity; Earl Taylor, Algona, medical (expir- ed); Maurice Laubenthal, West Bend, medical. Oct. 24 — Mrs Kenneth Mot-*' son, A*lgo,na, girl, 7-11V»; Mrs Emma McConnell, Algona. medical; Mrs Andrew Shell, .Algona, medical; Katherine A. Kollasch, West Bend, boarder. Oct. 25—Timothy Clark, Algona, T & A; Mrs Jennie.Breen, Algona, medical; Mrs Caroline Grandgenett, Algona, medical; Ernest Sormann, Irvington, medical; Mrs James - Barber, West Bend, girl, 7-9; Joan Baldwin, Algoha, accident. V.F.W. Magazine Drive To Begin _i V.F.W. posts in the county are sponsoring a magafcine subscrip- Thursday, October 27, 1955 Algbna (la.) Upper D«* Molnei-5 tion drive. Invalid Walkers and other sick-room equipment for the injured and handicapped will be purchased. This equipment will be available without any charge to any resident of Kossuth County for use in Ma home. To obtain information contact any of the post officers. All representatives will carry letters on this drive bearing the signatures of either Charles D. Dcvine, Comd., Algona; Ernest Godfredsen Comd., Titonka; Palmer Jensen, Comd., Bancroft; or John M. Miller, Adj., Burt. Airman: "Sir, I want to marry your daughter." Father: " seen my wife yet?" Airman: "Yes sir, but I still prefer your daughter.'' VOTE FOR Charles J. WAGNER for MAYOR NEED PRINTING? GOOD work at fair prices at the Uppw DCS Moint'S Pub. Co., Alguna. A resident of Algona fpr 30 years, riome-owner ipr 23 years. Successful in tile contracting and farm • drainage business. Served under late Joe Kelly, utilities superintendent. YOUR SUPPORT IS SINCERELY APPRECIATED SERVED Saturday OCTOBER 29 From 10:00 A. M. To7:OOP.M. Another "Thtiller-DUler" at CONSUMERS! HAM SANDWICH i and Cup Coffee, MADE WITH SWIFT'S PREMIUM (Best) BAKED HAM And Served With Fresh Bread OH BOY! Look at what a NICKEL buys at Consumers! A delicious Baked Ham Sandwich and a Cup of Coffee .j. .the whole works for just five cents. Come in and bring along your friends — here's the top treat of the /ear at Consumers this week! SWIFT'S MEAT SWIFT'S (Choice Guts) BEEF Excess Bone &> Fat Removed 16. SWIFT'S PREMIUM BACON Thick or Regular SLICED 2 Ibs. $1 SWIFT'S PREMIUM HAM Round or Butt Portion 59° POUND SWIFT'S (Nice n' Lean) Extra Nice Quality LB. LOW TRUCKLOAD PRICES ! Michigan No. 1 JONATHONS «•' $2.98 DELICIOUS $3.98 BU. Michigan JONATHONS 8 Lbs. 89c 4 Lbs. 49c School Boy JONATHONS 1/2 Bu. Bpx 1.49 CELLO CARROTS, Bag .. IQc CRANBERRIES, Lb.-...19c APPLE CIDER Vi GAL. GAL. 49c 79c HEINZ TOMATO SOUP CANS FOR ONE POUND BOX ERECT SODA CRACKERS T R t C . 'BUYS" SWIFT "PREM", per can.......... 39c SWIFT SANDWICH STEAK, each 49c SWIFT SWIFTNING, 31k Can 79c SWIFT MEAT FOR BABIES, each Be 'S Choc. Cherries i 49c FOLGER'S COFFEE 1-LB. £ CAN € BROWN or POWDERED SUGAR 3»" PILLSBURY (White-Choo.-Yellow) CAKE MIX GIANT DEXOL 49° GIANT PERFEX LIQUID SHINADISH 390 QUART CLOSS1EX 20c CONSUMERS SUPER MARKET

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