The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 24, 1956 · Page 25
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 24, 1956
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qr 2-A)gona (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, April 54, 1956 Bachelors At Sexton Show How To Pack By The Village Gossip Sexton—Tliroc local bachelors sue .ttivinj; an example (if now to take ;i trip without oxi-oss bag- tiage. The Gvubb bvoUu-rs left Monday for. their northern fishing resort at Mnckensack, Minn. They managed to park themselves ;ind all the clothes, etc. needed for all summer into ju^t one car. Clarence Grubb celebrated a birthday before they left.. Callers for the.evening were Mr and Mrs Jess Grubb and Iheir'two daughters and son-in-la\vs. Mr and Mrs Allan Bullock and Mr and Mrs Cliff Etherington. all of Alijona. Mr and Mrs Bullock will also leave soon for Iowa Falls where Mr. Bullock Was been transferred froiri the local Farewav store. The clean-up campaign going on in Mrs Carrie Olson's trom yard is being done by (lie new residents, Mr and Mrs Elmer Phillips of Algona. They are a welcome addition to the community and it is hoped they will be happy with (heir new home. Because of poor health Mrs Olson is now living with her daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Leslie Huff of Algona. Mr and Mrs Glenn Gabrielson spent an evening at the Cliff Munson home at West Bend which resulted in another job for Mrs Gabrielson. While there Dr. and Mrs Schuttev also came to call and Mrs Schutter is.also head of the Concert Ass'n ticket drive. She enlisted Mrs Gabrielson as saleslady for this area. Since Mrs el auffeur K :ith. Mr and Mrs John Jennings spent a busy and happy weekend ibrielson doesn't will be drive, her Mrs Kyle when M? and Mrs Don Jennings came from Albert City, The couple were to be part of the wedding party for the Beverly Rob- msun. Frank Decena nuptials. Mi and Mrs John Jennings had charge of the granddaughter "Baby Ann'' and thoroughly en- joyeci the opportunity. Mary McMahon made it home just in time as the family was ready to start calling 'to Texas about her. Seems she left a dny later than planned and so arrived a day late after a beautiful trip north. Last warning tor Friendly Club members who didn't attend the last meeting. Everyone i/i to bring a covered dish and their own service to a pot luck dinner this Thursday at one o'clock at Mrs Bob Kelley's. Patrice Bode spent a few days with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs August Kirschbaum. It will be Diane Bode's turn next if the latest, epidemic of childhood diseases in her classroom isn't measles, since she hasn't hatl them yet either. , Mrs John Jennings sudden popularity isn't because of visiting callers but only people interested in the piano she is selling. Mrs John Stratton is now much better after a round with arthritis the past month and she greatly appreciates the calls and help of her neighbors. One example of you never know what childhood acquaintances will turn out to be was-the recent holdup of the Starlite Drive-In theatre. Local lumberman Bob Kelley had known the young holdup artist when they were both youngsters at Fort Dodge. It would be hard to find two children ending vfp in more opposite types of living when they grew up. Local depot agent L. A. Copp has been questioned .about the new yellow car on the passenger train. The latest passengers stopping here on it were three raHroad officials from the Mason City office. Among them was Dale Simon, well remembered former depot agent here. The men stopped to. pick up the regu- lar railroad automobile which runs on the tracks instead of the highway. It is the unusual model" that has been parked in front of the Kirschbaum garage the past week. Tifonka WSCS Elects New Set Officers Titonka—The Methodist WSCS mH Wednesday. April 11, and election of officers was held. The officers for the coining year are: President, Mrs R. L. Krantz: vice president. Mrs Hazel Carroll; Recording secretary, Mrs Eltion Altig: treasurer, Mrs Erwin Eden; Spiritual Life, Mrs Ted Dunmire; Promotion, Mrs Leo Richtcr; Missionary Elduca- tion and service, Mrs Wm. Schram; Christian Social Relations and Local Church Activities, Mrs Robert Boekelmyn; Student work. Mrs Miller Nelson; Chil* dren's Work, Mrs John Isebrand; Literature, Mrs Leland Schroeder, Supply Work, Mrs Minnie Oesterreichor, Status of Women, Mrs Win. Peterson. Family Reunion Mr and Mrs Dick Baacle were hostesses to their children and their families Sunday for dinner. This is the first time for the post six years that the children have all been home at the same lime. Those children are Mr and Mrs Walter Baade, (Irene) Mr and Mrs Don Baker of San Francisco, Mr and Mrs Raymond Baade and son, (Louise) Mr and Mrs Gene Goetsch ai^d family of Mason City, (Marion) Mr and Mrs Stanley Tryon and family of Louisiana! Mr and Mrs Alfred Baade, Alvina and JoAnn at home. Pre-Nuptial Shower A miscellaneous shower was held Saturday at the Good Hope Lutheran church for Alvina Baade who became the bride 6t' Max Bierstedt of Lakota, Sunday April 15. About CO, guests were present for . the occasion. MiSS. Baade was assisted . in the uii* wrapping of the gifts by, lifer friend, Mrs Ruth Krominga afttt Mi.sses Linda Ricks and Janet Welhousen carried the gifts to and from the gift table. A-nice program was given and at the close of the evening lunch was served by the following hostesse's: Mrs Reinder Krominga, Mrs Simon Ricks. Mrs Sylvan Hannaj Mrs Richard Isebrand, Mrs, Henry Plaisier, Mrs Walter Baade, Mta Raymond Baade, Mrs Henry Baade, Mrs John Welhousen, Mrs Ollie Bruns, Mrs Glen Miller, Mrs Alfred Baade, Miss Louise Plaisier and Mrs.Paul Krominga, Circle Meetings ( The WSCS Circles will meet Wednesday, April 25. The Adah circle will meet with Mrs Roy Budlong with Mrs Earnest Hartsen as co-hostess. Mrs C. [•'. Whalen will have devotions and Mrs Glenn Larsen will have the lesson. The Eletha circle will meet with Mrs Walker McDonald. Mrs Robert Boekelman will have the lesson and Mrs Hazel Carroll will give the devotions. The Mary cfrcle will meet with Mrs Melvin Ricks with Mrs Burton Hansen as co-hostess. Mrs Howard Sparks will have the lesson and Miss Hazel Budlong will give devotions. Mr and Mrs H. W. Kitzinger and family left Monday for Harvard, Neb., after receiving news of the death "of Mr Kitzinger's mother, Mrs Mel Kitzinger. .. Mr and Mrs Cliff Krantz accompanied Mr and Mrs Don Budlong to Nebraska where they all visited the Dale Bruns family at Omaha and Mr and Mrs Budlong attended a wedding of a frater< nity friend of Don's at Fremont, Nebraska and friends at Peru, Neb. Mrs Anna Ubben celebrated her birthday Thursday a f t e r nj) o n, Apr. 12. For the occasion a group of ladies surprised her and visited' during the afternoon. Those present were Katie Rode, Mrs Miendcrt Ullmann, Mrs Fred Bruns, Mrs Walte* Haack, Mrs Anna Swytcr, Vert a Brandt, Mrs Pete Ubben, and Mrs Walter Christ of Lakota. Mr and MrS Harold Heesch are jjarents of a baby son born Saturday, Aprik 14, at the Park hospital in Masort City. The baby weighed 8 Ibs. and 5 o/. and this is the second boy for them. Bryant is staying with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Geo. Jesse. .Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Carol Ann were Sunday visitors in Albert Lea with Mr and Mrs i'irgil Miller and Mr and Mrs Bob Neilson and sons. On their way hoine they stopped at the home of Mr 'and Mrs Willard Charleston and family,, of Forest City. Mrs Edith Adamson of Albert Leu was a caller at the George Sachau home • Monday morning, Mrs Adamson reports the approaching marriage of her son David the latter part of this month. The Buffalo Township Homemakers club met at the home of Mrs R. L. Krantz Friday, April 20. Two lessons were given, control of household pests by Mrs Erwin Eden and Care of new- fabrics by TVIrs George Alke. At the close of the meeting n delicious lunch was served by the hostess/ F. J. Vickerman of Onamia, Minn, and C. C. Vickevman of Gai con, Minn., spent the weekend at the Eric Peterson home. They are Mrs Peterson's brothers and stopped in on their way home after a trip to Washington and Oregon. Mr and Mrs Delbert Rusher of Vincent and Mr and Mrs John K. Warms of Burt were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family. Mr and Mrs Don Baker of San Francisco and Mr and Mrs Stanley Tryon and family of Louisiana arrived Saturday for the wedding of Alvina Baacle and Max Bierstedt of Lakota Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Tryon left Sunday, evening for Keokuk where he was to begin his work on the road crew with which he has been working the past few summers. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends State of Iowa « ss. in District Court Kossuth County No. 7078 April Term, 1956 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Elizabeth Funk, Deceased, dated October 5, 1950, having been this day tiled, opened and read, Monday the 7th day of May, 1956, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of sft d County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock a.m., of the'day above mentioned ail persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, ana show cause, if any they have, why instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. $ Dated at Algeria, Iowa, April 21, 1936. Aitna Pearson Clerk of the Distridf-Court McMahon St. Cassel, Attorneys Algona, Iowa (Published April 24," 1956, in The, Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moihes) •^^••••••••I^^BWB^WI «^ . • • ; i . . Case Combine Schoo Wednesday Evening at 8 o'clock APRIL 25th - At Our Store Came One - Come All - Be Sor^ & Attend This Meeting LEARN ABOUT ALL THE WAYS TO SET AND ADJUST COMBINES FOR VARIOUS CROPS You Do Not Need To Own A Case Machine To Attend Meeting Starts at 8 o'clock - Don't Miss! ment Co. YOUR CASE DEALER Algona, Iowa IIIIIIIIM FREE PRIZES & TREATS .' '""'•' '' - : * ' ' : ' : • For Men - Boys Even The Ladies! THREE BIG DAYS! t /MiO LARRY'S EATION Everybody Cordially Invited! YS" 22 S- We Have A Special, FOR THE LADIES! ONE GALLON SCHWEN'S ICE CREAM Given Away FREE Each Day! We have especially arranged this little feature fgr the ladies. Just register your name at our front counter. Ladies, and the winner each day gets choice of flavor in ONE GALLON Schwen's delicious ice cream. FREE! Also ! Special Free Schwen's Ice Cream Treat For All the Ladies and Children BE-GO-R-R-A-H! WE'RE GIVING FREE PIPES, TOO! --And Will You Fellows Be Surprised — You Bet! We have a little deal arranged where a good many of you men are going to get a free pipe. You can also fill it free from our special tobacco mixture which will be out. All pipe smokers cordially invited io fill up their pipe from this tobacco, no charge. Set Your "Red Penny" at Our Front Counter! You'll Be Surprised at What It Will Do! 20% OFF ON ANY PIPE YQU Buy During Our Grand Opening OUR ENTIRE STOCK of choice pipes -- in oil shapes and sizes — will be offered at this 30°° reduction during ogr three Grand Opening days at lorry's Recreation. Here is a chance to buy a really fine pipe — and save some real money! FOR THE Register at Front Counter — Drawing Made. Daily 9:30 p.m. Thursday - $5,00 Pipe (your choice) FREE Friday - Lb. of Tobacco (your choice) FREE Saturday-RONSON ELECTRIC SHAVER Free FOR HIGH SCHOOL BOYS - Register at Front Counter — Drawings 'Made Sat. Night First - Regulation Softball. Second - Choice of Scripto Pen or Pencil Third - Five Malted Milks WINNERS ALL ANNOUNCED IN NEXT WEEK'S PAPER POPULAR PRICES ! On Take-Home Beverages Your favorite brands of Beer or Soft Drinks HOME DEUVERY WITHIN CITY LIMITS Don't Miss It! This Week at LARRY'S RECREATION In the short time I have been here as owner of Larry's Recreation I have got to know a lot of you . . . and now we are having our Grand Openino celebration to get to know more. You are cordially invited — and hope to see you! LARRY KNOLL iiiii!M ~ ~ l ' 32^222 iiiiifliiiiiMiiiiiii!tiiiiiiiiiiim!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ '/SsY/£2tfZf7?s7'< &£%rffi^'j&S^&&&£^ssss7'"?&z£'Z?7t'Ziri7?-* %L.

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