The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 5
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BATH Truckload Meat Sale DIRECT TO CONSUMERS FROM HATH COOLERS IN WATERLOO TRUCKLOAD 18,000 Lbs. Of Top-Grade MEAT! THIS HUGE VOLUME PURCHASE BRINGS IT ALL AT SPECIAL FEATURED LOW PRICES • . * Poik Sausage Rolls lb. 49c 1k DEFATTED PICNICS Blackhawk RATH Blackhawk RATH Blackhawk RATH'S (Minced) BIG BOLOGNA lb.49c RATH'S Smoky SAUSAGE LINKS ,.Pkg.45c FULLY COOKED SLICED BACON SMOKED HAM THE TOPS IN BACON SHORT SHANK WHOLE-HALF Ik 79c lb. 5Oc RATH'S Sandwich SMOKED BEEF.... '/4 Lb. Pkg. 35c RATH'S Mulberry SLICED BACON. klb.59c GOVT.-GRADED "U. S. CHOICE" BEEF Rath BEEF )R ROUND STEAK CENTER CUT 11,OOO Lbs. Bath Corn-Fed " THE BEST RATH HAS TO OFFER" At Volume Purchase Featured Low Prices t THIS IS ALL Corn-Fed Young Heifer Beef, Not Crass-Fed. These Quarters Were All Specially Selected From Rath's Coolers by a Rath Beef Expert - t ALL GRADES of Beef Offered in This Tremendous Beef Quarter Selection . . . and YOU Can Per* sonally Pick The One You Want • Wi CUT, WRAP, MARK Your Quarter to Your Desire . , . and We Wrap Securely So There's No Chance of Freezer Burn EXTRA, EXTRA SPECIAL FRESH, LEAN, WHOLESOME GROUND BEEF 3 LBS. 1,17 MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE POUND AND UP WaM BLACK HAWK MEATS fkOM THE LAND O'CORN EXPERT RATH BUTCHERS HERE! Mr. JOHN ERLY. head of the .Beef department at Rath's, and » '.long-time meat expert, and Bon Cassidy will be with us at Consumers Friday and Saturday to help you in selection and tell you what's 90*4 in Mrs C. N. Robinson wag visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Keith Stepht-ns of Plover. J. F. Milder spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Moines attending a staff meeting of the Thermo- gas Company. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Holcorhb were visited Sunday by the former's parents, Mr and Mrs John Holcomb of Dickens. Algona Girl Scout leaders club will meet Monday, Sept. 16, at 8 p.m. at the Druggists' Mutual office. Mr and Mrs Stanley Muckey had the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Julius Blinkman of Shakopee, Minn., as guests Sunday. Bob Jensen, son of Mr and Mrs Vernon Jensen left Thursday (today) for Ames where he will enter upon his sophmore year at the Iowa State College. Mr and Mrs Earl Miller went to Lake City, Minn, recently and visited over a weekend with Mr and Mrs Paul Miller. The men are brothers. Mr and Mrs Clifford Haase had the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Walter Schmidt of Austin, Minn., as supper guests Saturday. Mr and Mrs Mathew Streil spent the weekend at Cedar Rapids with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Michael Streit. Mr and Mrs Clarence Hunt and family and Mr and Mrs Bert Baldwin spent the weekend at one of the Mrs Bea Baldwin cottages at the Okobojis. Mrs Herbert Wallace and Mrs Perry Lowman drove to Iowa City, Wednesday, where a small child of Mr and Mrs Wallace is having treatment at the children's clinic. Degree of Honor Lodge will meet Monday, Sept. 16, at the Moose Hall at 7:45 p.m. There Avill be fancy drill practice and all members are urged to be •present. Mr and Mrs Henry Furst were visited last weeeknd by the lat; ter's sister, Mrs Ethel Woolridge iand nephew and wife, Mr and Mrs Ronald Shatto and son Russell of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Holcomb and children Kay, Kenneth Jr., Bill, Patty and Janet have returned from a ten days vacation at Denver, Colo., where they visited friends. 'Mr and Mrs Gene Hood had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Torsten Lagerstrom und the latter's mother, Mrs Anna Juckniess of Omaha, Neb. They attended the chicken supper at St. Joe. E. J. Evers is expected home from Falls City, Neb., for the weekend with his family. He is on a three quarters of a million dollar fuel conversion project there. Mr and Mrs Hugo Johnson were recently visited by their daughters Doris, Mrs S. G. Kahos and daughters, Patty and Connie of Des Moines and Avis, Mrs Wallace Adams of Marshalltown. . Maynard Rieken, Oklahoma City, spent Friday night at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Melvin Rieken, Burt. He drove with his father who had spent several days in Oklahoma City. Mr and Mrs Charles Hinken drove to Hampton, Sunday, to bring home the former's mother, Mrs Minnie Hinken who had spent the past week there visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Chet Haxton. Mr and Mrs Paul Hilberi and Mr and Mrs Herman Bleich Sr. were visited Sunday by Mr and Mrs Marion Butterfield of Des Moines. Mr Butterfield is a son of Mrs Hilbert and his wife is a daughter of the Bleichs. Mr and Mrs Edwin Johnson were visited Tuesday by their nephew Lauren Miller of Keospta, Minn. He is employed as field man for the Champlin oil company and transacted business while here. League of Women Voters will hold a meeting Tuesday evening, Sept. 10 at 8 p.m. at Druggist Mutual. This will be in the form of an orientation meeting and any interested party is invited to attend. Mr and Mrs Leslie Higley at? tended the wedding of Mrs Higley's, niece, Jane Ford, daughter of Mr and Mrs Joe Ford and James Clark, son of Mr and Mrs Harold Clark, Saturday morning at St. .John's Catholic church. Mr and Mrs Jack Stevans were visited over the weekend by the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs James Mcllwraith and children of Cedar Rapids. From here they went to visit the mother,, Mrs F. G. Sullivan. Mr sad Mrs John Rich flew to Willmar, Minn. Saturday and remained overnight with' Mrs Rich's niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Lindner. They were joined there by Mr Rich's sister, Mrs Hazel Mavso of Minneapolis, Minn. irk Haye», son of M* and Mrs John Hayes has gone to Des Mojnea where he ha.s begun his senior year at Drake University. Mr and Mrs Hayes and daughter Carol drove to St. Paul today where Carol wiU enroll ^ a freshman at Hemline University. Mr and Mrs Robert WiUUmi d as guests Sunday, Mr and Mrs La.n'y N.eisess and M.»' and Mrs Hockett of Albert Lea, Minn. Mrs Hwkett remained in town a tew days in order to take* the color course at the Isaacson studio. Mr and Mr* Jim Walker ww» ykited last week Wednesday by Mr and Mrs Blaine Saxton ot Lone Rock. They had as weekend guest Mr and Mrs Don Williams of Fairmont, Minn., and were joined Sunday by Mrs Rose Kraft of Lone Rock. Mr and MM Orval Joseph had the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Orval Joseph Sr. of Goldfield as guests Sunday. The families went to the Ambrose Qgtt&S.tate park for a picnic dinner in" celebration of the birthday of Mrs Joseph Jr. Mr and Mrs C. E. Dearchs had as guests last week their son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Ronald Hlad of Omaha. Mrs Hlad is the former Jane Dearchs. She and her husband are students at the Omaha Bible Institute. Mr and Mrs J. F. Hofius were visited last week by Mr and Mrs Walter Belton of Gardenia, Calif., who were enroute home from Baltimore, Md., where they had visited a daughter-in-law, Walter is a former resident here and will be well remembered. Mr and Mrs Harold Smith were visited Over the weekend by the latter's son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Elvin Moore of Estherville. They also visited Mrs Moore's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Smith. The Moores manage a cafe at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Paul Stebritz and the former's mother, Mrs Frank Stebritz spent Sunday at Mason City with the senior Mrs Stebritz' daughter, Sister Mary Therese, the former Rosemary Coleman. Sister Therese teaches at St. Joseph school there. Mr and Mrs Paul James and daughters Beverly and Evelyn spent Saturday at Waterloo with Mrs James' brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Kermit Burtis. From there they went to Cedar Falls where Beverly enrolled as a freshman at Iowa State Teachers College. Joan Stebritz has returned from a two month stay at Fort Worth, Texas, where she helped to care for her brother Bob's Staall children. They came with her to Algona and will stay, for an indefinite time with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Heinie Stebritz. Carrie and Margaret Durant will spend several days this week in Des Moines. Carrie will visit friends and Margaret will attend the fall council meeting of Iowa Federated Women's Clubs, of which she is 6th district chairman for Creative Writing and Public Speaking . Mr and Mrs Clarence Wiltgen and family have had as guests for two weeks, the latter's sister and sons, Mrs Leonard Helfrich, Leonard Jr. and Tom of Wilkes- Barre, Pa., and the latter's mother, Mrs Leo Mahon, also of Wilkes-Barre. They left for home Sunday, Sept. 1. Ava G. Simpson. Algona, Iowa, has been appointed teacher of commercial studies at Warren Wilson Junior College, Swannanoa, North Carolina. She began her work on September 1. For the past fourteen years she has taught economics, accounting, and commercial studies at Estherville, Iowa. Mr and Mrs Earl Miller had as guests last week Mr and Mrs John Mahoney of 9uinby and Mr and Mrs Alfred Zimmermann of Grand Island, Neb. The visitors and Mr and Mrs Miller drove to West Bend to see the Grotto and had picnic dinner there. Other guests later were Mr and Mrs Clayton Miller of Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Paul Dettman have returned from Des Moines. They were guests over the weekend, from Thursday till Monday, of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs George Kinkki. Mr Qettman was at the Veterans hospital for some examinations. He has not been in good health of late. Mr and Mrs Verle Vincent are here from Whittier, Calif., and are visiting local relatives and others at Whittemore. Verle went from here to Cedar Rapids to visit his father T- J. Xjacent. Mrs Vincent is the forrtHr'Trix Pertl and both she and her husband are well remembered former Algonans. Mr and Mrs Earl Miller were visited over the weekend by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Paul Miller of Is*ke City, Minn. They were jomed Saturday by Mr and Mrs Ray Lov- •stad and Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller of Burt for a family dinner celebrating Paul's birthday. Mrs Lovstad and Bernard are daughter and son of the Earl MiUers. Mrs Frank Stet-ril? h« <$ad word from her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrg Charles Boiling of Ceylon, Minn., that a daughter was born to them Sunday. Other children in the fam- ijy are Vincent, 7, Virginia, 5, and Patty, 3. The infant was born at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mrs Rolling is the former Joan Regina Colemgn. Mr tnd Mrs Perry Lowman have been visited by. their daughters Marilyn and Shirley, who were here over the weekend, i Marilyn is physical education teacher at a junior high school in Qavenport. Shirley is a senior student at SfoadAa was of nursing at Des Moines. Thursday, S«pl. 12, 1957 (lo.) Upp«f fr» Talk Partition Of Grant School To Swea, Led yard V.F. W. Posts in Magazine Drive Kossuth County V.F.W. posts are sponsoring a magazine drive in the area with funds raised through subscriptions to go for the purchase of hospital equipment, which in turn can be used by anyone in the county. Solicitors will carry credentials signed by Robert M. Schoby, Algona VFW commander, Wilbur J. Zeigler, past commander, Marlin W. McCullah, adjutant, and Jim Kelly, past quartermaster; Nelson J. Nelson, Burt VFW commander and Bernard Lampe, quartermaster; James Elsbecker, Bancroft commander and Kenneth Mulligan, quartermaster; Marvin Sanders, Swea City commander; or George Anderson, Titonka quartermaster. $400 Damage in tu Verne Crash A total of $400 damage resulted to an auto driven by Anna L. Hartley, 60, of Laurens when it crashed into a ditch a half-mile north and IMt miles west of Lu- Verne on a county road at 8:45 a.m. Wednesday. The Bartley vehicle was headed east at the time. It went into a skid on the muddy road, slipped into the ditch on the north side of the road and rolled over. Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst investigated the mishap. Autos driven by Gertrude B. Dahl, 58, Hull, and Arthur F. Hellman, 28, Bancroft, collided as Hellman attempted to turn left from a county road one-quarter mile east and one-quarter mile north of Lakota at 11 a.m. Tuesday. Damage was estimated at $150 to the Dahl vehicle and $50 to the other auto by Sheriff Lindhprst. There were no personal injuries in the two mishaps. Many From Area At J - D Field Day Busloads of farmers from Algona, Fenton, Lime Rock, Titonka and all of this area traveled to Waterloo Tuesday as guests of their local John Deere implement dealers for a John Deere Field Day. ' It was estimated that more than 200 persons from, the* immediate Kossuth county area attended the event. Some came by private plane and auto besides bus to view 100 or more tractors and implements operating in the field at the same time and a full line of Deere equipment. Total crowd figures were placed at twenty to fifty thousand for the day-Jong event. Last year, a similar day was held in Illinois and one in Wisconsin, but this was the first state wide extent for Iowa. Doan Harvest Supper Doan church W.S.C.S. will serve its annual harvest supper at the church Thursday, Sept. 12, with serving to start at 5 p.m. The general public is invited. 244 Tops Keglers Cliff Benschoter was the top kegler at Larry's this week with a 244 line and 594 series count. Other men over 200 were Dick LalUer 202 and H, Thilges 201. Fined $25, Costs K. S. Cowan of Algona paid $25 and costs for driving without a valid driver's license m Mayor C. C. Shierk's court this week. Ciiy -~ Plans are underway to hold redistricting eleo tions in Grant Township, Swea City and Ledyard. Fiiday a joint meeting on the proposed reor* gahization was held in Algona and attended by members of the Swea City and Ledyard school boards, aiid a committee of interested persons from Grant Township. Voters will be asked to decide whether approximately 19 sections of Grant Township shall be annexed to the Swea City Community School district, and 11 sections to Ledyard. Legal representatives are now drawing up petitions which will be circulated about the middle of this month. It will be necessary for at least 20 per cent Of the eligible voters in each of the three school districts to sign the petitions. The petitions Will then be turned over to the county board of education, who will set dates for the hearing and election. The election will probably be held the first pfcrt of November.* If the reorganisation is approved by all three districts, the plan becomes effective July 1, l!)S8. Grant high did not reopen this fall, and the high school students are attending -the Swea City or Ledyard schools on a tuition basis. Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Harold Lampright was hostess to the members of her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Advertisement for Bids Deep Well for Sentral Community School Dist. Fenion, Lone ROCK and Seneca Kossulh and Palo Alio Counties, Iowa (Bids Close September 23, 1957) Sealed proposals in DUPLICATE will be received by the Board of Education, Sentral Community School District, Fenton, Lone Rock and Seneca, Kossuth and Palo Alto Counties', Iowa until 8:00 P.M. on the 23rd day of September, 1957, at the School Gymnasium, Lone Rock, Iowa. At the above hour, the proposals will be publicly opened and read aloud. Proposals will be received on Drilling a Deep Well. Each bid shall be accompanied by a certified check, cashier's check or draft drawn on a solvent State or National Bank domiciled within the State of Iowa, in the amount at least equal to 5% of the total amount of the proposal, payable without conditions to the Owner. The bid security -is required as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract with the Board of Education, described above, for the work described in the proposal. 9y virtue of statuatory authority a preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within the State of Iowa, and to Iowa domestic labor. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (30) days after the date set for the opening thereof. The Owner reserves the right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities therein, Proposal forms and specifications may be obtained and/or examined at the office of the Superiin-< tendent of Schools, Lone Bock, Iowa. A bond in the form approved by the State of Iowa in the sum of the full amount 'of the contract will be required of the successful bidder. September 3, 1957 Board of Education Sentral Community School Dist. Fenton, Lone Rock and Seneca, Kossuth and Palo Alto Counties, Iowa (Published Sept. 12 and 19, 1857, in the Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines.) Landrace Hogs for Sale In Kossuth County "Landrace" is the world's most famous meat*type hog, The qualities of fine Ifean meat, extra length, freedom from fat, fast growth, large stroag Jittei-g makeup the character of this proven Danish hog, NO OTHER BREED OFFERS A QUICKER SHORT CUT TO PROFITABLE MEAT HOG PRODUCTION IN COM* MERCIAN HERDS THAN THE FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, SEE , , . Charles or LyleC Newel \Vi miles north of Fenton and i mile ea*t, 502 or 50 J, Fenton,

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