The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1957 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 17, 1957
Page 7
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Bad Checks Pot Man In Jail Keith Broege, address unknown, was charged with obtain- jng money under false pretenses and bound over to district court in Justice G. H. Ostwinkle's court Tuesday. ., Broege, W h 0 Was employed on the highway paving project here this summer, was apprehended by Council Bluffs authorities Saturday and held until Sheriff Halph Lmdhorst picked him up Monday. He is at present in the local jail awaiting the oe*t term of court. Broege allegedly passed several worthless checks, including one for $25 for down payment on a used car purchased from a local dealer. An Algona man, Eugene Maulstick, was fined $10 and costs in Ostwinkle's court Wednesday fot passing a school bus. Premature Son Mrs Henry Irmiter of Armstrong was released recently from Holy Family hospital, Estherville, after giving birth to her ninth child, a premature 2 pound, 13 ounce son. Besides the hew baby, the Irmiters have four sons and four daughters.' Tobltha Wilson Rites Tuesday Funeral services for Mrs Tobitha M. Wilson, 74, resident of Algeria for almost a half-century, were held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in McCullough's Funeral Chapel with Rev. Boyd, Congregational minister, officiating. Burial was at Riverview cemeterv Pallbearers were Ked Hardgrove, Bill Finn, George McMahon, Roy Smith, Ralph Morgan and Bill Geering. Mrs Wilson died Sunday morning in the Long Nursing Home at Hampton where she had been a patient for about three years. She succumbed to a four year ill* ness and prior to her move 46 Hampton was a patient in a nursing home here. Tobitha M. Ashing, daughter of, Hiram Ashing and Melissa Burrows Ashing, was born July" 28, 1883 vat Audubon. She came to Algona in 1905 and resided here until about three years ago, operating a bakery here for many years. She was preceded in death by her husband, who died in 1934, and two daughters. Survivors include two daughters, Wina Lumley, Hjmptori; and Cora M. Johnston, Phoenix, Ariz.; two sons, Milford M. Grcon. Ron wick: and Bernard M Green, Marshalltown, eight grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and four brothers. Mrs Wilson was a member oi the Congregational church and Royal Neighbors lodge. Classifieds Pay Dividend*' Trinity Lutheran Elects For 1958 Trinity Lutheran church hold a quarterly business meeting, and elected officers for the year 1958, at a session of membership held Monday. Oct. 7. Dr. H. D. Meyer was named chairman, Ben Wibben is vice chairman, Wm. Paetz is secretary, John Roberts is treasurer, David Smith is financial secretary, and Wm. F. Dau is asst. financial secretary. Special committee members Thursday, 5e». 17, \9Sf Algona (to.) U pper elected were Glenn Long, Julius Baas and Harold Peter. Luther Kinne was named captain of the usher staff with Marvin Hackbarth and Harlan Haas as co-captains. The officers will be installed the first Sunday in January to serve in 1958. Members of the church choir are to participate in a mass choir concert for the Lutheran Hour rally, Oct. 20, at 3 p.m. at Lake City in the high school auditorium. Joint Fraternity Bill Moxley of Algona .^^...., pledged Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at the University of Wyoming in Laramie, whert he is a freshman. "iifliiaT Hattie Turner has fetiitd as the writer of Derby coihfhtinity news for the neighboring papers. She's been on the job steadily for the past 20 years with service dating back to days prior to World War 1. She's 75. EARTY APPETITES FOR Western Ranch Dinner WESTERN RANCH DINNER t cut-up frying chickeO 2 teaspoons paprika (about3lbs.) 14 cup shortening M cups Pet Evaporated Milk No . ^ can c ,. fteb VA cups flour halves, drained 1 teaspoon salt 1 can oven-ready biscuit* V4 teaspoon pepper 1 cup watef Turn on oven and set at 425 (very hot). Dip chicken In'VS cap milk, then roll in mixture of 1 cup flour, the salt, pepper and paprika. Melt shortening in 13 x 9 x 2-in. pan in oven. Put chicken into pan, skin side down. Bake 50 min. Turn chicken and move to one end of pan. Arrange peaches on chicken. Separate biscuit* and put into other end of pan. Bake 15 min. longer, or untiij biscuits are light brown. Remove food to hot plates. For gravy: Mix V* cup flour into drippings left in pan. Stir id' water gradually. Boil and stir 2 min. Stir in 1 cup milk. Heat, but do not boil. Add salt and pepper to taste. Serve over biscuits* Makes 4 servings. \mmmti FRESH GROUND PROM JUICY, TENDER BEEF Hamburger (GROUND BEEF) 3 P( FROM YOUNG, CORN - FED PORKERS NEARLY BONELESS \ PORK SHOULDER YOU'LL NEED: FRYING CHICKEN Lb. Butt Steak Bollard Buttermilk BISCUITS HUNT'S PEACH HALVES PET EVAPORATED MILK No. 2'/2 Cans •- ••• • EXTRA LEAN SELECTED QUALITY SLICED LEAN WILSON PLAZA BACON Lb. TASTE OF THE SEA FILLET BONELESS MT. HOPE MILD FLAVORED LONGHORN 5 Lb. Box $1.89 YOUNG HEN TURKEYS 8 to 12 Lb. Av. Lb. 39c -fVSL^J ! Lii_L!i L-^r^_^ _•_ • — —r MEAT PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY. FRIDAY & SATURDAY LIBBY'S FROZEN HADDOCK ORANGE JUICE 6 Oz. Cans POWDERED MILK STARLAC MRS CLARK'S 3 Qt. Size 250 SALAD DRESSING Quart Jar WATER MAID NORTHERN BEANS HERSHEY'S COCOA HORMEl'S 1 Lb. Cans BORDEN'S NONESUCH MINCEMEAT 9Oz. Pkg. DROP O' GOLD VANILLA 16 Oz, Bottle STOKILY'S CHIPS SWEET PICKLES STALEY'S CORN STARCH 1 1 Lb, I Boxes BLU WHITE Large Box FOLGER'S 1 Lb. LIMIT Please FASTCO BRAND ICE CREAM Y2 Gal, Brick GOLD MEDAL 25 Lj>, J ONAT H ON APPLES ) LBS, 29c POTATO CHIPS ....DOLE.*.. Pineapple - FREE SAMPLING ALL DAY SATURDAY 46 OZ. CAN ...«•.• WS RJSBEfiVE THE RIGHT TO UMJT QUANTITIES -TIXA5 .'Wfjiii 2 LBS, I5c

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