The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1956 · Page 32
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 32

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1956
Page 32
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BUSY A Fort Dodge youngster of 14 had a busy night recently. He stole five automobiles during the evening, wrecking one. He was apprehended after being picked up while hitch-hiking. 59lh Mr and Mrs Elmer Beal, who have resided on the same farm west of Bedford the past 56 years, celebrated their 59th wedding anniversary recently. He's 89, she's 83. WELCOME! SENECA BOYS Left to right. Back row/ Caleb Hartshorn (AL), Marcia Hartshorn, Alenora Hovik, ,• Ronnie Johanriesen (p). Art Hovik, Bob Crouch, Lyman.Hurlburt, Duane Johannesen, David Looft. Front row; Jerry and Mary England, Raymond Wilberg, Bruce Hartshorn, Earl Crouch (L) Fenton, Absent: Jerry Crouch, James and Jerry Geilenfeld, Chas. Hantelman, Larry Johannesen, Gail Kauffman (vp), Robert Menz, Roger Nielsen, Eugene Gardner, ' SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY WESTERN AUTO Honored With Burt Banquet Sufi—The Cub Scout annual Blue and Gold banquet was held in the Legion haU, Monday evening, Feb. 27. The 6:30 dinner was served on. tables decorated in the Cub colors. The opening ceremony was given, by both dens, and John Lovstad gave the Welcome for the Cubs while his mother Mrs Raymond Lovstad gave ( i AS ~ T( H KEN&VEO'S "If you'd brush .up en your salesmanship, Leo ... I wouldn't always be running out of got." We lake a PERSONAL INTREST in your satisfaction! K£N & LEO'S Phillips "66" Service Bulk Tank Wagon Svrvto Phono 967 East State St. the response. Guest speaker was'Glen Graham of Algona. These cubs received awards; Jimmy Baer, Douglas Black, Roger Bullock, Danny Castor, Duane Gebken, Richard Gebken, Grover Giddings, Roger Giddings, Billy Hamilton, Larry Johnson, Floyd Lavrenz, Ray Lichter, John Lovstad and Raymond Spry. U & 1 Circle The March meeting of the U & I Circle will be with Maddalene Ortman on Tuesday, Feb. 13, with Marion Westling assisting hostess. Each member is to wear a homemade hat. Frances Dittmer and Florence Geilenfeld will have charge of program. The V.F.W. group will sponsor a pancake supper, to be given at the hall Monday evening, Mar. 12. The Boy Scouts and sponsors are giving the annual Fish Fry, Thursday, Mar. 15, at the Legion Hall. The mothers will prepare the meal, but the fish will be cooked by the fathers. Proceeds will be used for summer camp expenses. Dinner guests at the E. A. Junkermeier home Thursday weie Ivadell Ross, Lelila Johnson and Alma Junkermeier of Estherville. Following dinner the Junkermeiers and guests attended the Community Concert in Algona. Mission Study was held with Ruby Davis Wednesday afternoon. Rowena Ryerson finished the book, "Within Two Worlds", a story of the American Indians. Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger attended the anniversary observance party for Mr and Mrs August X. Peterson of Swea City last week. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sarchet accompanied Mr and Mrs Richard Furst of Humboldt to Des Moines for the weekend. They also attended the Basketball games. ALGONA, IOWA, TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1956 VOL. 93 - NO. tO Ex-Communist Will Speak Here Mar. 6 Woman Once Organizer For Party In U. S, Mrs Helen Wood Birnie, above, formerly a leading Communist Party functionary, is scheduled to speak at Luci;> Wallace Elementary School at 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 6. Her subject will be "Communism is The Burning Issue of Our Time." The meeting is sponsored by a Patriotic Group of local church citizens. Helen Wood Birnie, known as Helen DeMark in the Party, was trained in Marxist Dogma by William Z. Foster, the head of the U.S. Communist Party. She was an acquaintance of Earl Browder, Mother Bloor, Lem Harris, Bob Hall, and others. She worked closely with Hal Ware, the Kremlin agent who laid the founda- tions for the Communist underground in the U. S. Mrs Birnie was Organizer for the Party for the Rocky Mts. States Region;, later she was Organizer for the International Labor Defense of the Party, now known as the Civil Rights Congress. The general public is invited. She will tell about the series of circumstances that caused her to tear up her membership card and throw it in the faces of the Section Committee in Des Moines. The Government subpoened her as a key witness in the trial of top Communist leaders to testify to the treasonous character of Communism. Congressional committees subpoened her to give extensive valuable testimony on the structure, organization, and objectives of the Party. She has been urged by Justice Department and particularly the Velde Committee to tell her story to the American people without letup. Her life story is contained in a seven-chapter book, entitled, "The Broken Wall." MAY LOSE EYE Forrest Hinder of Nashua may lose the sight of one eye as the result of an accident, while helping a neighbor with corn-shelling. A wire holding the picket crib was cut, and one end struck him in the eyeball. rifty Shopping Tips . . . FROM YOUR FRIENDLY STORE . . . DRUGS £o»-ud i (JEWELRY NATIONAL CLUB WEEK We Ar. Proud To Present The le-Ettes" 4-H Club From Eagle Township Who Are Guests of Rusk Drug Saturday FRONT ROW, left to right: Caryl Larsen, Sharon Magnusson, Carmen Larsen. MIDDLE ROW, left to right: Ellen Larson, Patty Roalson, Judy Hurlburt, Walece Schmicking, Lorraine Kracht, Beverly Thorson. REAR ROW, left to right: Karen Madsen, JoAnn Johnson, Janet Thorson, Judy Pavik, Karen Goraczkowski, Ruth Ann Pehrson. Here Are The WINNERS- IN RUSK DRUG'S CHILDREN'S COLORING CONTEST: AGE 9 THROUGH 14 YEARS - Gretchen Zander, age 12 — 721 No. Wooster — Eastman Camera Kit. — Dianne Malueg, age 10. 615 Pine Si. — Children's Wrist Watch. — Carol Kenyon, age 11, 611 East Chubb — Flashlight. — Judy Wiese, age 10, 308 South Minnesota — Choice of items on page.* — Lucille Gade, age 11, Algona R.R. — Choice of items on page. — Rosemary Ulses, age 10, Burt — Choice of items on page. — Hope Shell, age 14, 414 North Dodge — Choice of items on page. — Pam Waller, age 13, 100 East Oak — Choice of items on page. — Joyce Ptacek, age 11, Wesley — Choice of items on page. — Jo Ellen Milder, age 11, 604 South Moors — Cho'ce of items on page — Kathryn Roth, age 12, 602 West Nebraska — Choice of items on page AGE 5 THROUGH 8 YEARS 1st — Jean Malueg, age 7, 615 Pine St. — Brownie Camera Kit 2nd — Patricia Courtney, age 6, 1301 East Lindsn — Childrens Wrist Watch 3rd — Mary Zender, age 5, 721 North Wooster — Flashlight 1st 2nd 3rd • 4th 5th 6th 7th • 8lh 9th 10th HJh Any Old Hot Water Bottle Is Worth $2.00 ON THE PURCHASE OF A NEW CASCO HEATING PAD - WHILE THEY LAST! The regular value of this wonderful "CASCO" Heating Pad is $8.95. Bring in any old hot water bottle, any make, and trad* it in. We will allow you $2.00 for the old hot water bottle on the purchase of this heating pad — which you take home with you FOR ONLY $6.95! Bears Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval. Complete with cord. * MIM PbLYITHYINI ^MOTHPROOF ODORLESS ( DUSTPROOrV STORAGE BAG SET I PIECES 2 Blanket bag* 2 Sweater b«gt 2 Dreit bagt 2 Suit bags I Ties for closing $U9 VALUE CATCHING COLD? HILL'S CASCA " A QUININE COLD TABLETS TIN OF 20 .....39* BTL OF 50 79* KRIPTIN ANTI-HISTAMINI TABLETS PKG 6JF 10.....'..2«jf BTL OF 50 91* ANACIN' ANALGESIC TABLITS TIN OF 12 TIN OF 30 49* BTL OF 50..........69< BTL OF 100 98* TINY,- JK\\ EI-I.IKE MICItOPIIO.NE, worn here on the lupcl, iit>li!oii iirursaory with serious purpose. It's purl of Zenilh'a new THIS is ii i'iit> OiiMidor-X liriiriuc aid. Wild llie "mike" onl front and uinplificr hidden, tlu* (IriiMiilcr-X lieroim's (lie rlusp oil u mull's nrrklir (IIIM-I), or a fuslmm itriTssory for wear on a woman's suit, dross or M'iirf, TIRED'TIL IT HURTS? Just 6* a Day Can Help Build Rkh, Red B/ooc/;.. •This* symptom* If dtw to a vi occur only when doily InUk* of vitamins Bl. 82, and nJflcin l» Ust than minimum dally r««utr*« mtnts «v«r a prolonged period. In ibtmMlvm, thty do not prov* 4 d<«t*ry deficiency *» they may hav* other cau»ir» or b« d*« |* timrthmM conditions. How You Can Stop Chronic Vitamin & Iron Starvation Today ...Feel Like a N«wPerson! Supplement your diet every day with High-Potency Bcxel Capsules. Just one of these wonderfully strengthening capmta give you the fuH vitamin MM! iron content nature provided in tb»j groups of the following food; . cooking: -*-• ~*^" \ lib. of I, M p.* Vj Ib, of grt«* tiling ||gjfi K Ib. «rf VM | ' ^ l=5 Yi Ib. ** kcm lib. efb.,1. Feel Better. .Look Better...Work Bttt«r orYOURMONfY BACKl * Penny for Penny,.. You Gel More Value in High*Pofency BEXEL SPECIAL FORMULA VITAMKJ CAPSUUS ' •• '-.-"'•"- . ....I.L_L.»I .. —v^_-^n^M—^^^^^p-qd^nlHIMPIHI^i^i^qi PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS TAKING PHONE 477 — 1471 It/s wonderful weather to use your camera . . . and remember, whatever you need in Camera supplies, you can count on Rusk Drug to have it! Rusk's CAMERA CORNER has EVERYTHING! f * GREEN STAMPS

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