The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1956 · Page 25
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 8, 1956
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4-Algend (Id.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, May 8, 1956 LONE ROCK NEWS Mr and Mrs Leo Kamus and family spent .Sunday evening ;ii the George Lee home in Algnna. Elsie Willrett of Algona spenl the weekend at the Frank Flaig home. Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Flaig called al the Dean Jorgenson home in Algnna. Sunday callers at the C. E. Householder home, were Mrs WoodroU' Pcttit and Mr and Mrs Ralph Reidel and Curtis of Ringstocl. Mr and Mrs Ronald Chrislen- son and Mrs Louise Godden visited. -Miss Ruth Krueger. patient at University hospital at Io\va City, Friday. Mr and Mrs George Kissner en- See it! New Whirl wind 20- the big lawn mower that does 5 big lawn jobsl 1. MOWS GRASS-"Suction Lift" gives "heinie" cut 2. TRIMS CLOSE—No more tiresome hand trimming. 3. CUTS WEEDS-Slashes growth over 5 feet high. 4. PULVERIZES LEAVES-Chews up 30 bushels a minute. 5. MULCHES TURF-Nutritional mulch is almost invisible. /ft IT Anti-scalp staggered-wheel design. Front exhaust chute ends clumping. Equipped with special Auditone muffler. Eltctric storting available—recoil starting standard* Self-Propelled $139.50 A Complete Line ot Reel and Rotary Models available, Powered by Briggs & StraHon Both Sold by NORTON MACHINE WORKS tcrlainod a card party Friday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and Lavonne, Mr and Mrs Dave Lynch, Mr and Mrs Sam MeCleish and family. Lawrence Geit/ennuer and Jim Marlow attended an elevator meeting at West Bend Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Raymond Westling and family of Burl spent Friday evening at Owen Berhows. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Henry Sciiroeder called at the Berhow home. Mr and Mrs Joe Hert/. and Roy of Rolfe spent Sunday afternoon at the Floyd Salisbury home. Dutch Theme At Titonka Hi Class Banquet Titonka—The Junior - Senior banquet was held in the High School Dutch Theme gymnasium, Saturday evening, April 28, with a Dutch setting. At the center of the dance floor was a dutch windmill and on either side of it and to the ceiling was two large sacks of inflated balloons which in some contained gift certificates from the local merchants. These balloons were released at two different intervals during the dance period. The Bobby Griggs orchestra played for the evening's entertainment. Eight girls and eight boys of the sophomore class served as waitresses and wore dutch hats. The boys dark trousers and white shirts and the girls white blouses and dark shirts and white apron. Harold Rood, the Junior class sponsor was in charge of the arrangements. The program consisted of Toastmaster, Craig Sathoff: Invocation, Dunne Beenken; Welcome, Sharon Carroll, Response, Geraldine Ullrnann, Songs by Girls quartet and girls trio: Memories, Sid Buffington. and Farewell. Mr Sylvan Thicsse, the school principal. Outgoing Senior members include Donna Akkernum, Shirley Arnclorfer, Carol Asche, Merlyn Bartlett, David Boekelman, Sidney Buffington, Richard Daughan, Norrna Gerdis, Doris Hipp, Verlenc Mayland, Gerald McGuire, Joice McGuire, Lavern Meyer, Donald Radmaker, David Rippentrop. Roger Rippcntrop, Robert Seefeld, Gary Smidt, Darryl Sparks, Lee Stockwell, Marlene Sleeker, Lorna Tjaden, Shirley Tjarks, Noreta Trunkhill, Geraldine Ullniann, Keith. Van- Hove, Merlin Van Hove and Gerald Welhousen. Rev. and Mrs B. H. Schwerin are the parents of a baby daughter born Saturday evening at Larry's Recreation League Standings Hawkeye Lanes League Standings Published each week through Courtesy of Morck Dist. Co. & Storz Brewing Co, HAWKEYE LANES American League W Titonka _____________ !)4'i hiuaur's __________ ...... - -80 Brandt Buick ___________ 1)4 'i- Hamilton Ihitchery .711'- 754 Raker's Livestock Boone Ridge Hobinson Produce Corwith ..... _.Soronsen Mir, ...... . JU-fli Lockers ..... . Linns ... ........... National League Algona Produce . Seven-Up ______ West End Billiards Ernie WiJliuins P-C Ready Mix ._ Bancroft Oil Co. Burl Co-Op Elev. . ...49 . -Hi 45 Hi)'-.. W 11!) ' -j HO'_78 77 " (if) Ii7 (it) 1 - Ernie Williams J-D ..(i4'-j li7 !-i L Britt 511 74 37'i: Rood Ins. . - -. ..;">*) 70 44 Ray's J;ick Sprat ..--44 Ml •47''j Kos.suth Co. Impl. _.-41'i !)()'!• 534 Western League W L . r )3'.-j Swart/ lid we !!9 4;) !>(>':.• Titonka .. - • ..- I!!) 4!) 714 Burt ... U3 49 7!) 1! j Pioneer Ilibred B2 1 -.- 4!!'-j H3 Sargent Feeds 71 01 HO Sjonrcn'.-; --71 01 »7 Mutual of Omaha OH 04 924 . Albright Aero-Serv. -.04 (ill L Rapid Tliermoiias .....04 OK 424 Plantation .-554 704 514 Thomas Skelyas 35 97 54 Kossuth Motor 24 108 544 Classic League W L (33 Ilamm's .. 904 3;i4 05 State Farm Ins. .....934 38'.a 054 Titonka . .- - 80 52 S. & L. -.70 Bfecher Lane Appl. _ .75 Planation 75 Hub Clothiers 584 Root Hdwe. 554 Seeley Farms ~ 52'i Miller High Life ... - 444 Scobba Skelly Serv. - 44 Burl " . . 41 Mixed League W Has Boons ...854 Sinclair Oilers . 85 Brandt Buick ..79 Conoco Service 71! Buckaroos -.744 Vets _. 034 Aces . .-. 01 Farmer's Co-Op 58 Standard Oil 504 Sargent Feeds ... .. . 54 Strudels . - ._ 52 Hut/ells Cities Serv. ..45 56 57 57 73 4 70 4 79 4 874 88 91 L 404 47 53 54 574 081. 2 71 74 754. 78 80 87 The above Bowling Standings are Presented to You Each Week Through The Courtesy of MORCK Distributing Co AND THE STORZ BREWING CO. like a refreshing dip, Storz has what it takes to satisfy your thirst. Each golden glassful is a toast to pleasure — Bitter-Free pleasure — with no lingering aftertaste- You'll find it less-filling, too. That's why smart moderns agree Storz is truly REFRE8HINQ BEER the Buffalo Center hospital. The baby weighed 7 Ib.s. and 10 ox.. and Diana K. will be h6f name, Mrs Henry Graefen and daugh* tors Carol, Karen and Mrs Robert Thomas and family returned to Chicago after a week's visit with her sister and aunt, Miss Louise Senne and other relatives around Titonka. Mr and Mrs Clarence Meehler had as Sunday dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Donald Joos and family of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs Ubbee Meyer and family of Wesley. In the evening Mr and Mrs Douglas Meehler and Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Carol Ann were supper guests. The occasion was Mr and Mrs Mechlcr's 20th wedding anniversary. Mrs Anna Alke spent the weekend at the home of her daughter, Mrs Gerald Radig and husband of Lone Rock. The Lutheran Ladies Aid will meet May 9th instead of the first Wednesday of the month. Hostesses will be Mrs Clifford Knintz, Mrs Lester Callics, Mrs Edward Sathoff and Mrs Dick Baade. Some building has begun here. Building plans have begun and trees removed for the new school building and Edward Harms and Edward Boyken have began additions to their homes and the framework and basement done on the Isebi'and farm home. Fred Thackef has received word that he has recently become a grandfather. Ilis daughter, Mrs Gene Fournier and husband of Hawaii are the parents of a baby daughter born April 25. weighing 6 Ibs llVz oz. She has been named Jean Leilani. The W.S.C.S. Circles will have a 12:30 picnic dinner and will reveal their Secret Sisters Wednesday, May Hi. Adah circle will meet at Mrs Heyko Boekelmans, Electa circle at Mrs Robert Boekelmans and the Mary circle al Mrs Jay Budlongs. Lavonne Pries ot' Waterloo, who has recently been spending the past two weeks at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Jerry Boekelman, entered the Britt Memorial hospital Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Clarence Gingrich and family and Mr and Mrs Tom Loats were Friday evening guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Johnson and Myrtle. They all helped Mrs Johnson celebrate her birthday. Craig Sathoff was again given a Nu. 1 rating at the State con- lesl at humorous declamation "Ladies Night". All three of the judges gave him a No. 1 of which remember MOM • Electric Deep Fryers • Electric Sandwich Grill • Electric Roasters • Electric Mixers • Electric Toasters • Steak Knife Sets • Electric Hot Plate • Mixing Bowl Sets • Bath Mats • Spice Sets • Ovenware • Coffee Servers • Coaster Sets • Centerpieces • Cutlery Sets • Pressure Cookers • Lcuy Susans • Serving Tables t Casseroles 9 Clothes Hampers t Bathroom Scales KOHLHAAS HARDWARE Ed and Pat Cullen Titonka High School is very proud. Craig was under the direction of Jack Easton. Judy Sleeker and Sharon Carroll accompanied them on their trip. Kenneth Loats came home Thursday evening and returned again to State Teachers College at Mankalo, Minn., after visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs Tom Loats and other friends hero. Members of Good Hope and Immanuel Lutheran church's Women's Missionary society attended an all day group meeting held at Thornton, Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family was Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Sachau and family. NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION PUHt.IC NOT1CF, is hereby given to the qualified voters of the Srntral Community School District, in the Counties of Kossuth and Polo AJto, Stntc of Iowa, that n special school election has boon called and ordered to tic held in and for said School District on the flth day of June, 1956. whereat there will be submitted to the voters of said Senlral Community School District, to be by them voted upon, the following proposition, towlt: "Shall the Board of Director!! of > the Sentral Community School 'Ols- trict in the Counties of Kossuth and Palo Alto. Stnte of low'a, issue bonds in an amount not to exceed S400.000.00 for the purpose of currying out a high school building program consisting ot erecting n new high school building, procuring as a site therefor approximately 10 acres of land 1vinK In the western portion oC tiie Northwest Quarter (NW>,> of the Southwest Quarter (SW'it of Section Seventeen (17). Township Ninety-seven (07) North. Hange Thirty (301. West of the 5th P.M., Kossuth County. Iowa, and procuring and 'mproving adjoining land as a site for an athletic field In and for said School District?" The polls for said election will be open liom twelve o'clock noon until seven o'clock P.M. of said day and for saM election the Whole of said Community School District has been consolidated into and will constitute one voting precinct and the polling plnce therefor will be at the school building in the Town of Lone Rock. Kossuth County. Iowa, at which time and place all of the qualified voters of said School District aic hereby notified to appear. ! This notice is given by order of the Board of Directors of ihe Sentral Community School District pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 2!)0. Code of Iowa. 1954, and to a sufficient petition with the requisite signatures in accordance therewith and as ordered by a resolution adopted by the Board of Directors on the 25th day ot April, 1956. Dated al Fenton. Iowa, this 2Cth day of April, A.D., 1!>56. /S/ Donna J. Swanson Donna J. Sw.mson Secrelary. Board of Directors (Published May B, 15. 22 and 29. 1956. in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines). OF APPOINTMENT IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE UK EDNA MAE OHETILLAT Deceived. IN PROBATE Notice of Appointment of Administrator IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA IN AND FOR KOSSUTH COUNTY TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qunliClod ns Administrator of the estate of Edna Mae Grctillat late of Kossitth County. Iowa, Deceased. All persons in any manner indebted to said Deceased or his estate will make payment to (lie undersigned; and those having claims against said deceased or his estate will present them in like manner and form as by law required, I'or allowance and payment. Dated this 3rd clay of May, A.D., 1950. Harry C. SI iff Administrator of said Estate. Wciblo & Slifc, Attorney. i Published May f), littfi. in The Alfiona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) /"^•% f j .«* Perfect Controlled Heat for fnort delicious foods by simply jetting the dial. No more cooking failure!* Only $19*5 moon mt SQUARE SHAPE COOKS 20% MORB than round pan. WATIK SIALIDILIMINT You can immerse entira pan in water up to con* trol panel for washing. And See All The Other SUNBEAM APPLIANCES, Too, At Phone 778 BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES Across From Algona Theater Has Loads Of Lovely Sheer magic in nylons, dacrons, silk blends ... a host of flattering styles! And of course, hundreds of brand-new cotton blouses by famous Ship N' Shore. Sizes 30 to 46. A NEW BLOUSE FOR MOM! S2.98 and 3.98 AND A SKIRT Whirling, swirling cottons in gay new printed designs and smart solid colors. Fresh and new for all summer long wear. A big selection! $3.88 and $5.98 Sizes 22 to 30 .... GIVE MOM LORRAINE LINGERIE She Knows It's The Finest ! COTTON SLIPS — cool washable plisse and no iron batistes for Iho slips she'll wear from now on. All with shadow panels 0 1 QD V • »«**» and lace trims to SUMMER GOWNS — of no-iron cotton crepe, also comfy pajamas of the same. Solid colors and dainty prints for someihing different Sizes 32 to 48 . • x/^V~\ v . ^&^-< OR SUMMER JEWELRY See Graham's wonderful and spectacular collection of summer jewelry — light and gay. and so different! Here you'll find necklaces, ear rings, bracelets — all "10 match, an ideal Mother's gift GLOVES Sheer nylons in white and colors, and wonderful stretch siring gloves to dress up her costume during the long summer ahead. Low in price, but gloves are always a well-received gift. HANDBAGS Summery styles in whites and colors — mostly light pastels. Fabrics, leatherettes, and smart woven nylons that are perfection with all dresses. Choose a Graham bag for Mom. $1.00 $1,00 t. $1,98 $f,§8 and $2,98 Grahams HOME GIFTS FOR MOM LUNCHEON CLOTHS — in all new patterns from Simlex! Colorful prints and woven patterns to add to summer tables. 54 x 54 and 54 x 72 inch sizes. Practical for every-day, elegant enough for entertaining. $1.98 to $3.98 COLORED SHEETS—by famous Peppercll! Such a different and such a very welcome gift. Pastel colors that make bedtime an event: 81x108 inch flat sheets Full bed contour sheets, $2.69 and $2.98. Matching colored cases, 59c. GIFT BEDSPREADS — and what would please Morn more! Finest washable spreads laden with baby chenille, in white or colors. Also Bates spi'eads with self or multi-color patterns. Have one gift-boxed at Graham's! $5.98 < 0 $14.98 THICK BATH TOWELS and Mom will want plenty for the summer ahead! Thick, thirsty turkish towels in luscious new pastels, also deep decorator colors. Full generous bath size. 73c to 1,49 Matching Wash Cloths 25c & 39c AND REMEMBER, ALL MOTHERS LOVE GRAHAM HOSIERY Especially When It's HOLEPROOF! We suggest for Mom — either Holeproof sheers or Holeproof service weights, in the newest shades, her correct size, fl* I OE and gill-boxed _ V I •<**! p a j r

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