The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1956 · Page 28
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Irvington Ideals 4-H Groups (Group ai Left) (staggered): Bonnie Bristow, Virginia Klein, Connie Arndorfer, Judy Frideres, Mary Janice Arndorfer, Betty Wickwire, Linda Bristow, Dolores Klein, Blondina Erpelding, Mary Daley, Donna Mergen, Mary Alice Klein, Mary Ann Erpelding. (Group at right) (staggered): Judy Froehlich, Marilyn Peglow, Bonnie Froehlich, Virginia Simons, Carol Frideres (p), Darlene Seller, Wilma Brown (vp), Karen Seife?, JoAnn Klemm. (Leader: Mrs Vernort Daley, Algona). .. • , 90 Awards At Farmer Evening School Banquet Ninety members of the Farmer's Evening School classes here received diplomas', Monday evening, as a conclusion to'the 1955* 56 course of meetings, following the annual banquet. Alan Mclntosh, LuVerne, Minnesota, former president of the National Editorial Association, was the principal speaker: The address of welcome was given by Louis Reilly, the response by Herb Hedlund, organ music was offered by Mrs E. C. McMahon and Joe Skow led community singing. Tl[?TVf. . JL JUiJLii • IT'S S&t FOR BEAUTIFUL SHOES WOMEN'S SIZES / To 9A to B> Here's your opportunity to seloct saucy little flats for day and date. Smooth fitting skimmers or snug fitting sweater pumps. Pretty trimmed pumps or straps in smooth leather, ruffies and patem leather. COLORS GALORE: Pink White Yellow Avocado Black Patent Spearment Wedge Wood White Bark Black Kid Pastel Blue George W. Sefrit, vocational, ag instructor arid evening School director, and Supt. O. B. Laihg, made the attendance awards. The awards weht'to the following members: Algona—Chester Albright, Ed Arend, Walter Ban-, Hugh Black, Calvin Bode, Floyd Bodje, Wayne Bellinger, Herman Bosworth, Arnold Danielson, Charles Dearchs, Henry Dearchs, Jerome Eisefi- barth, Peter Erpelding, Curtis Gardner, Ronald Gardner, Stanley Gardner, Lloyd Gerber, Irvin Gerber, Harlan Haas, Otto Harlan, Mrs Katherine Hpenk, Orville Holdren, Harold Hunt, Carl Hutchins, George Kunkel, Cecil Long, Robert Loss, Steve Loss, Richard C. Mawdsley, William McKlm, Ed Mino, Verl Patterson, Orval Patterson, Carrol Potter,. Harvey Reed, ' Louis Reilly, George Scuff ham, Louis Reilly. Martin Seiler, Eldon Shaw, August Slagle, Bill Sparks, Herman Thilges, Russell Walker and Bill Steele. St. Benedict—Nick Arndorfer, A. J. Grandgenett. Corwith—Roman Arend, Albert Johnson. Burt—Frank Becker, Harold Becker. E. J. Cherland. Edgar Keith, Ray WcWhortbr, A r.t Person, Lloyd Schenck, Fred Tigges, Harley Troutman Jr., John Wilson, Duane Mawdsley. Whittemore — Edward Besch, James Besch, Charles Bjutsrom, Cecil Biuslupm, William Decker C. A. Derner, Matt Erdman, Sam Mogler. Bode—Robert Bc!rmann, Arthur Kohlhaas, Lyle Steeke. Lone Rock—A. B. Cherland, O. T. Cherland, Evert Hanna, Edward Hackbarth, Fred Plumb. Lakota—Richard' Countryman, Wesley — George DStmering, Gordon Giddings, Fidelia Kins- holm, Charles Nygaard, Luther Nygaard, Daniel Skow, Joseph Skow, Jurgen Skow. 4 Irvington—John Weber, Ervin Meier, Howard Miller. Sexton—Glenn Gabrielson. LuVerne—Thees Schnakenberg Drainage Talks -Set This Week A series of information meetings on drainage; will be held this week", acc6Vding' : to announcement made today by the local Soil Conservation Service Office. The meeting for tile contractors will be held at the assembly room of the Court House at 1:30, Wednesday. At this meeting drainage with relation to. the overall conservation program will be discussed by Dean Barnes, County Extension Director. The 1956 A.C.P. program will be reviewed by a representative from the local A.S.C. Office. Eldon DeWall, North Central Iowa Area Engineer for the SCS, will discuss tile drainage. Contractor? and their crews are invited to attend this meeting. Farmers will be able to get. information on drainage at one of the following meetings: Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. high school gym, Swea City; or Thursday, 1:30 p.m., at the Court House assembly room in Algona. Films on drainage and conservation practices will be shown followed by a discussion of drainage by Lyle Riedinger, Soil Conservationist. OldBofsford Yard Will Be Demolished Algona's city council handled an assortment of business during its meeting Wednesday night, including a couple of building permits which paved the way for changes in Algona's appearance. The Botsford Lumber Co., which just cbnstructcd a new lumber yard on South Phillips st., got permission to tear down its buildings on the.- former site at th« corner of State and Hall streets. As yet, no announcement has been made as to future use of the property. Burton A. Thorpe, owner and operator of the Thorpe Wood and Iron Works, demolished a building at the corner of East Call and Moore streets and a dental clinic is to 'be built there. Other building permits went to Paul Dtemmel, .Murray Mowers, ^Walter Frambach, Lena Fuerstenau, Schultz Bros, and E. S. Kinse,y. Kinsey is going to build a new home on North Minnesota street, while Sehultz Bnos. are pHmning to remodel their gas station on South Phillips. New items will include a glass front for the station and two new gasoline pumps. The city purchased a tract ot land, 66x132 feet, from Gordon S. Kuhn, adjoining ,'South Phillips street. The land might be used DIAMOND'S BRINGS /W\ PURCHASE EVENT ^AYVV^ Manufacturer's OVERSTOCK More than 25% of the fires in the country are caused by careless smokers. BRADLEY BROS. PHONE 714 ALGONA ON YOU* TRACTOR TIRES i/ 2 NEW TIRE PRICE t"**"* 1 ""! WHW YOU BRADLEY BROS. Jack'ts Each & Every One An $8.00 Value ! 4.77 Latest colors, styles and fabrics! Not all sizes in all colors. HURRY FOR THESE I ift the future to extend Chubb street east across the Northwestern Railroad tracks in case ft School or other building is forthcoming in that area. Purchase jbHcP was $3,500'and will be paid at the rate of $700 per year for five years, interest free.' Kuhn Will he free of any future special assessments which might come up when improvements arc ttiade. J. M. Herbst and A. H. Bor- Chardt were appointed by the council to investigate .property Bordering West McGregor St. from Blackford street to the city Iffints. It is possible the city ^ill blacktop that portion of the street when the'county blacktops McGregor street road later, and possibility of assessments must be studied. Total cost of the project would run about $2,000 and would remedy one of the roughest streets in town. Larry's Recreation (formerly Barry's) was granted a cigarette and beer permit, the new public employee's bond was accepted and city bills were paid. It was announced the council would meet with township trustees and Fire .Chief Ira Kohl tonight (Tuesday), Mar. 7, to consider the possibility of fire pro- tection for the rural areas surrounding Algona. A letter from John Gisch was read aftd considered by the council. 'Qisch requested the right to buy several acres of lahcN which are in the sewage treatment plant area for $500. No acttoti was taken oh the offer. The council will meet Mar. 14 and 28 this month. Beef Producers Banquet, Mar. 22 Beef producers will be interested in the corning Kossuth Beei Producers Annual Meeting and Banquet, March 22. Francis Rut- ish of Iowa State and Kenneth Pulk of the Iowa Beef Producers wilt be the speakers on the program. The Band Mothers of Burt will serve the banquet in the Burt high school beginning- at 7 p.m. Tickets are $1.50 and are being sold by the following: Directors of the Association: Bill Phelps, Swea City; W. L. Reynolds, Swea City; Ernest Heidecker, Lakota; Ted Jensen, Fenton; R. L. Krarttz. Titonka; Ronald Christcnscn, Lone Rock; Garman Adams, Whittemore; Don Warmbicr,, LuVerne. March 6, 1 956 Algonq (la.) Uppftf P«» M«ln«t-5 tickets are Also available in, the Extension Office, Algona. Bulldog Entries In Mat Meet Lose Gordy Braun and Harold Bjus- trdin, Algona's two representatives in the state high school wrestling hieet at Cedar Falls, Friday and Saturday, were knocked out of competition in th« first round. Braun, 120 Ibs., was thrown by Francis Freeman of Davenport. Freeman was later defeated in the finals of the division by champion Dee Brainerd of Fort Dodge. Bjustrom dropped a 2-0 decision to Jim Gass of Newton in his opening match in the 145 Ib. division. Gass Was then beaten in the second round. Bjustrom was winner of the district title at Eagle Grove. while Braun was runricr-up in hi? weight at the same meet. 3 J. P Three men paid fines for traffic violations in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle'S court this wfrek. Jerry D. Risk, Elrnor*, Duane Darnell, Ladyard, paid fines for speeding in Ledyard. Risk paid $25 and costs, Darnell paid ?20 and costs. Gilbert C. Mork, Minneapolis, ^»89 assessed $10 and eostiS for operating overlengih combination of vehicles on a highway, Attend CMC Meeting Mr and Mrs Walt Bradley of Bradley Bros, have just returned from Minneapolis where Mr Bradley attended a GMC dealer meeting designed to acquaint him with the numerous mechanical and engineering advancements embodied in GMC Truck and Coach Division's new and improved "Blue Chip" truck line. Moves To St. Joe . Whillemote — Francis Fandol moved Saturday to a 400 acre farm just north of St. Joe. Ho vacated he former Jack Farrell farm. Mr and Mrs Joseph Loe- bacht Jr., who bought this farm last summer, moved their fam- iJy and equipment there on Monday. TV-Special! WORK SHOES i • Seamless Back f Double Retail Upper (to resist acids) f Double Strength Cork Soles (with Goodyear welt) • Full Leather Sole ,• DIAMOND'S SURPLUS STORE WELCOME! BURT BOMBERS Left to right. Back row: Raymond Lovslad (AL), John Dittmer, Thomas Ulses (vp), Joe Cunningham, Art Kahlor, Duane Dillmer (p). Gene Tigges, J. D. Andrews, James Coady (L), Burt, Front row: Donald Cherland, Robert Kahler, Joseph Kahler. Gene Ulses, Ronald Cherland, Roger Cherland, Lynn Biersledl, Roger Ulscs. (Absent: Gene Lockwood, Gary-Uaumann, Jack Naumann). ' ' ' t ''•'.'.' . V WE SALUTE THE WORLD'S LARGEST RURAL YOUTH ORGANIZATION PIONEER HI-BRED CORN CO. ,. -A. SEED HOUSE AT JUNCTION HIGHWAYS 18 & 169 k WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY MEAT SPECIALS Top U. S. Good Beef - The Best 1 TOP U. S. GOOD F.EF ROAST 3?C 49c TOP U. S. GOOD TEAK ROUND OR SWISS TOP U. S-. GOOD LB. SIRLOIN OR T-BONE CONSUNERS MARKET We Give GREEN STAMPS FRESH FROZEN Filleted-Ready For The Ppn I HADDOCK, 5 Lbs. 1.69 ' CATFISH, 5 Lbs. 2.15 WALLEYES, 5 Lbs. __•__„ 3.75 PERCH, 10 Ibs. 2.90 H & Q WHITING, 10 Lt)$. _ 1.49 Young Corn-Fed BEEF Quarters "There U No Substitute Far Quality" CUT, WRAPPED AND MARKED 'For Your Freezer or fcocker FRONTS HINDS These Are The 100 to 110 tb. Quarters — Very Hard to Get in This Weight These Days ( CHEROKEE WHITE POTATOES 1.49 50 LB. BAG WINESAP APPLES 1, BU. BOX FULL GALLON HlliX 49c SUNKIST NAVEl ORANGES DO*. v"C CONSUMERS SUPER-MARKET IS THE PLACE !!!

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