The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 25, 1957 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1957
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6~Alfleno (la.) Upper De« Matoti tltumtey, Juty 8S, !9S? Church Club Sponsors A Hungarian Refugee Here John Laszlo, 36, a Hungarian displaced person who has been in this country for five months, is being sponsored here locally as part of the refugee relief prd- gram, by the Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church. Laszlo has had temporary jobs in New York and New Jersey. He is a machinist > and welder by trade, and also a locksmith, Efforts are now being made to find him employment in this area. He is temporarily staying at 202 South Thorington St. John, incidentally, -is a Luth- eran. He has a wife, two sons and two daughters, still in Hungary, and efforts are being made to get them into a U.S. immigration quota. In the above photo, John, who speaks very little English, is pointing to one word he understand well—the name "Kossuth." This county was named after Louis Kossuth, Hungarian patriot. Anyone who can speak Hungarian is invited to get in touch with John, or Robert Stephenson or Bill Reinders of the Mariners. (UDM foto and engraving). Announce Engagement Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Dorothy, -above, to Robert To'lsdorf of Cylinder, son of Mr and Mrs Rudolph Tolsdorf of West Bend. The wedding will take place Sunday, September 22 in the Methodist .church. Announce Engagement Judge and %rs *t*erald Welh Stillman of 121 Oak Street, this week announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marcia Wells,, to Daniel Frederic Jones, son of Mr and Mrs Frederic Edwin Jones, 3731 Jones Street, Sioux City. The wedding will take place in Algona, on Saturday, September seventh. ' Miss Stillman received her Bachelor of Science degree from Iowa State College in June. She was affiliated with the Kappa Kapjpa Gamma social sorority and Omicron Nu, National Home Economics honorary scholastic sorority. ff Mr Jones will', complete , his work in chemical engineering next June at Iowa State. He is a member of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity^ At State Meeting . A state meeting of the State Past Grand Regents club of the C. D. ef A. was held Sunday, July 14 at the Savery Hotel in Des Moines. Luncheon at 12:30 o'clock was followed by a program. . In attendance from here were Marcelle Fandel, Loulla Fandel, Mary Duffy of Whittemore, Mrs Law. rence Brennen of Emmetsburg, Nellie Van Allen, Grace Holland, Irene Griffen, Helen Mikes and Vi Glaser. 60 At Family Picnic Mr and Mrs Joseph Schumacher have been visiting with the iat- ter's sister and family, the N. J; Weyderts of Bode. There was a family picnic at the Weydert's for 60 people on the Fourth. Mr and Mrs weydert, Harlan and Sheryl took the guests to Des on Monday where they the Rocket for their re- home, P°n Smith, Jr. members of the forn> league baseball squad ro»P$ Saturday eve< of the P.AJFI for their ""iWpjpi^Mff W Ervin Links Of Swea Wed 40 Years, July 19 Swea & Eagle — Mr and Mrs Ervin Link' celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary at their farm home Friday night. Some 40 relatives and close friends attended. A buffet luncheon was served. The center piece was a white wedding cake decorated in Ruby color roses. The Links have farmed in this community since marriage. Mr and Mrs Roy Lank of Cedar Rapids yjiited from Friday until Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Ervin Link. Mrs Dosie Funderburk, Oakland, Calif, left Saturday for Green Lake, Wis. after a week's visit here with her sister, Mrs Ervin Link. ' At the Walter C. Peterson home Sunday afternoon a picnic supper was enjoyed to help. Mi- Peterson and Larry Torine celebrate their birthdays. Present were Mr and Mrs Francis Torine, and son Larry, Mr and Mrs Emil Larson, Mrs John' Jongberg, Mr and Mrs Ellis Jongberg, Calvin and Donna, Mr and Mrs Arden Jongberg and Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson and children, Duane, Craig, Marlene and Bruce. Returning home from Camp "Quest" Methodist camp Sunday, after a week's stay we^e Judy Pulver, Judy Hurlburt, .Twite Pulver, Sandra Alward, Judy Westcott, Nancy Patterson, and Wallas Kay Reynolds. Mrs Alvin Nelson ^and children Judy and Jim ajld Mrs Nelson's mother-in-law, M|s Arvid Nelson* Mediapolis, Iowa visited from Saturday until Tuesday at Mrs Alvin Nelson's parents, Mr and Mrs Art E. Anderson, and at her brothers, Albert, Edward and Robert/ Judy remained for a longer stay. The visitors came to attend the annual Anderson reunion held at Reyn9lds Park Sunday, Mr and Mrs John Ecklund of EstheWUle recently 'sold theft- farm. They have purchased the Edwin Aschenbrenner house in. Swea City, and will mave .here at later date. The Ecklunas farmed here before moving to Esther ville. Mr and Mrs Hans Peterson drove to Des Moines last weeH Tuesday to get his mother, Mrs Elsie Peterson who will visit here a few weeks. Mrs E. Peterson is nearing 80 years and is JWjn.d, She enjoys her annual visits here each summer. Jim Anderson spent a ten gay vacation with his parents, Mr tarn Mrs Roy Anderson, We returned to Dallas, Texas, last wifek Thursday. Mrs Paul Sanftner and Jimmie accompanied her Mr and Mrs Win. Wiskus to Dodge last Thursday where visited friends, Mesdajnes , Jven il Lirson, • Hans . Peterson, Pawl Sanjftneir, CJiarfnee. Wj4s and Mrs James ' Man .rttwta & Petersons and Junior Ellis. Mr and Mrs Roger Linde had as Sunday noon dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Joe Preston, Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen, Mr and Mr.? Kenneth Anderson and family and Mr and Mrs Marvin Boever and family of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Johf) Kelly and famHy\ Mr and Mrs Jim Preston and their two children and Mr and Mrs Tom Preston and Lorinda Sue. Bridal Shower At Titonka For Mrs Mel Hugo TStoftka «•» A miscellaneous shower was held it the Methodist church parlors, Friday evening, for Mrs Melvin Hugo, the former Norrna Gerdis of Titonka. with about 75 guests registering in the guest book which was in charge of Donna Akkermann. Decorations were in blue and white with a miniature church and bride centering the table. A program was given by her classmates, which was in chaise of Donna Akkerman and Doris Kuchenreuther. Her sisters Gertrude Gerdis and Geraldine Gerdis of Woden ' assisted with the opening of the 'gifts. Hostesses were Mrs Clarence Akkermann, Mrs Dick Gerdis of Titonka, Mrs Geraldine Gerdis, Mrs, DeLores ChHstensen of Woden, Mrs Arnold Gerdis, Mrs Robert Rippentrop of Algona and Jeanette Hugo and Wm. Gerdis Jr. of Woden. Mrs George Saohau and daughters, Phyllis and: Debra, were Friday dinner and afternoon guests at the home of Clara Holm of Gfirne'r. Mrs Sachau and Miss Holm were college classmates. Mrs Marvin Brockman and daughters, Marlene and Julie of Blue Earth, are weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Gerdis and family. Tuesday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Ed Zweifel there was a family get-together in honor of Mr and Mrs Lee Davis, Diane and Mike of Downey, Cal., who are visiting here. Those present were Mr and Mrs Herb Nelson, Mr and Mrs Don Michaelson, Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelson, Mr and Mrs Maurice Bilsborough, Mr and Mrs Earl Zweifel and their families ,and Mrs Mary Michaelson, all of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Harold Schlei of Fenton and family. After supper guests were Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga and Dian*. Mr and Mrs Henry Meyer, daughter and two grandchildren of Belmond were Friday visitors at the home 6f Mr and Mrs Elfttet Gerdis. ^ Mr and Mrs Henry D. Harfii have sold their home to Mr afid Mrs Alfred Baade, f-ith possession to br taken Sept. J. Mr Harm* is a mechanic at Lakota and fot the past year has been driving back and forth. They will move to Lakota as'sooh as a home tnetg is available. Pvt. Lee Stockwell has eofti* pleted a 3(Hday furlough with his parents, Mr and Mrs Leni Stockwell and left Wednesday td report at the Marine Base a£ Camp Pendleton, Calif. > Mr and Mrs John Boehm arrived Tuesday afternoon for a 14-day visit with Mrs Boehm's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank D. Fisher and also the Wm. WelhoU- sen home and other relatives and friends. "Mickie" will report back to Camp Chaffee, Arkansas, July 30. Loren Sleeker, son of Mr-and Mrs Telko Sleeker, has received his discharge from the Armeo service in California after two years of service. He was recently stationed in Hawaii. Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan and Carol Ann and Mr and Mrs Wm. L. Rode and Linda Lou were Sunday supper guests at' the home of Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughter. In the evening Mrs Henry Van Hove, Karen and Bobby were visitors. 5 Youths Fined After Fatal Auto Accident '.' Five Fort Dodge youths Were fined $100 each or 30 days in jail after entering pleas of not guilty in police court there Thursday. The charges followed a fatal auto accident in which the five, and two others who will be arraigned later, were injured. Driver of the car involved, Harlan M. Pingel, 19, Fort Dodge, was killed in the crash 10 miles north of Pocahontas July 6. During the night all but Pingel reportedly purchased a total of five 6-packs of beer at a Fort Dodge tavern, then went to Whittemore, returning to Fort Dodge where they met Pingel and decided to go to Lake Okoboji. It was while on the way to Okoboji that the car went out of control and crashed. The beer purchase is still being investigated by Fort Dodge authorities. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OF FILING COUNTY ESTIMATE NOTICE—The board of supervisors of Kossuth County, Iowa, will meet August 12. 1957. at 9:00 A.M.. at Court House. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1958. Marc Moore v * County Auditor FUNDS fon Brigji^ were Sunday Htfjwfcr daughter of Ch "^ 'Mrs" re •«» " il A rt ll Q K sfi General 65,149 Court Expense ... 866 Poor 24,892 State Institution _ 65,332 County Insane 39,713 County School — 6,439 Soldiers' Relief 9,352 Bovine Tuberculosis 3,510 Fairgrounds 4-H . 489 Court House Bonds 8c Int 118,605 Emergency 34,436 Old Age Sur. Ins. (Fed.) ... 1.019 Pub. Emps. Ret. (State) 2.019 Bangs Eradication 8,189 Secondary Road H.F. 42, '57th O. A. 318,421 Rd. Clearing (317.19) D. % mill Twp, only ...— 6,511 170,578 15.809 102.962 75,018 1,779 32.110 3,989 1,728 7,500 32,152 95,000 8,849 15.731 2,487 170,785 21,192 129,588 54,338 6,695 41.635 5,997 898 7,500 31,663 6,386 10,311 3,322 195,000 25,000 120.000 80.000 27,883 4,773 10,600 16,503 7.500 136,000 34.400 6,500 10,500 16,700 939,760 1,366,100 1,306,000 43,000 20,000 20.000 27,883 4,773 600 6,503 105;000 34,400 6,700 170,000 536,000 15,000 137,000 25,000 100,000 22,318 14,730 30,000 15,000 60,000 10,000 10,000 7,500 31,000 6,500 10,500 10,000 600,000 15,000 TOTAIS $704.942 1.527,750 1.871,140 2,027,359 Estimated taxes per $1.000 of assessed value 453,859 551,000 1,022.500 Algona 8.3 Towns 8.8 Twp. 19.3 WHAT ABOUT THEM ? They're ALL Smiling . . . . That's Right - They're In AN AIR CONDITIONED HOME Everybody Smile I AIR CONDITION NOW ! ALGONA REFRIGERATION Sola* & Service ~ T. V. - Refrigerator* - Ranges Frwwt «* Csmmerslal 7185, Phulip* AI 8 wo, la- Ph. 306 'CONSUMERS CONSUMERS •••CONSUMERS HUMPTY DUMPTY PINK SALMON 49c CUDAHY'S TANG 2 for 79c GOLDEN YELLOW F L U F F 0 3 LB. CAN t f H 89c t ,1 FLUF NEW SPREAD PEANUT BUTTER 39c 25 Ik SUGAR . Bulk (Bring Your Own Bottle) VINEGAR GALLON 49c 25 Us. FLOUR GOLD MEDAL 1.89 6-10 Lb. Bags SUGAR 6.49 GOOD QUALITY BROOMS 98c CLEANSER BAB-O GIANT SIZE TIBE 69c SUPER BLEACH HILEX 49c BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIXES 4:SI SWANS DOWN CAKE MIX ANGEL FOOB 39c CANDY SPICE DROPS ; 19c SUMMER TREAT KOOLAID 6I25C U. S. CHOICE BEEF ROAST 49clb TENDER - MEATY - TRIMMED LARGE CANTALOUPE...EB. 39c RED POTATOES.,..lib. »c i , y '., » CRISP, FRESH HEAD lETTUGf....... Be STOCKTONS CATSUP tls,49c U. S. CHOICE CENTER CUTS ROUND STEAK 65clb. MADE FROM U. S. CHOICE ROUND STEAK MINUTE STEAK 89clb. AMERICAN 2 IB. BOX CHEE-SPRED 75c : <i • ¥ . • 3 for 89c Booth's Round BREADED SHRIMP - 10-oz. pk. :, 59c U. S. CHOICE VEAL ALL CUTS -M <5IAN| CHEER 69c All Corn Fed BEEF All Grades QUARTERS > >i This is net grass fed beef, It U all young corn fed beef cut and wrapped at no extra charge. Wo Give ^//r Green Stamps WilhOAH Furelinses SUPER MARKET SUPER MARKET AIR-CONDJTIQNED FOR YOUR SHOPPING 1 .f * > * v :«i . " s ..".?/"-:., s - M ; £ , •; i * . »• •- ^

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