The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 24, 1957 · Page 5
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Auxiliary At Llvermore Gets Meeting Report Livermore — The American Legion Auxiliary met at .the hall Monday evening with Mrs Bob Wl ] so "'. Mrs Christine Andersen, and Mrs Virgil Smith hostesses. The president, Mrs fceith Logue re-ported on the Fall conference which was held in Port Dodge and the county meeting in Bode They Voted to serve a dinner for the Eastern Stars Dec. 7th. Following the business mooting bingo was played and those in charge were Mrs Fred Pooch, Mr* Harold Gronbach and Mrs Vernon Fiderlick. Eastern Stark Meet The Eastern Stars held their regular meeting Tuesday evening. Plans were made for attending Grand Chapter which will be held in Sioux City Oct 22 thru the 24. Mrs Elwood Rummens has been appointed Grand ADA and will be installed Oct. 24. It was announced that [Wake up! It's later v there will be a party in her honor i December ?th. Mrs Harry Clark was hostess to the Past Matron's Club Friday. Mrs Beryl' Smith was a guest. Pmor, were won by Mrs Knrl Baessler, high, Mr* Beryl Smith, second high and Miss Margaret «Maiin received traveling. v Sign Your Name Now at WILTGEN'S $100 - PRIZES! First — $50 In Trade Second — $25 In Trade Third — $15 In Trade Fourth — $10 In Trade HURRY! - JUST REGISTER NO PURCHASE NECESSARY FREE DIAMOND INSPECTION Let Us Check and Clean Your Diamond — FREE I Liberal Trade-in Allowance For Your Old Watch — NOW Wiltgen Jewelers 131h ANNIVERSARY Hostess To Club Mrs R. W. Beardsley was hostess when the Twentieth Century Club met Tuesday. Mrs Gale Herbst of Salem, Ore. was a guest. An interesting lesson on Art was given by Mrs Dorothy Malkrnus. Mrs Herbst won the prize for the best original poem and Mrs Edna Goodenough w.-i given the prize for another game 500 Club MeeJis The 500 Neighborhood club met at the home of Mrs Julius= Becker Tuesday. High prize wenl to Mrs Leonard Wilson, traveling to Mrs Henry Groh, and low tt Mrs Tommy Kissinger. Birthday Parly Mrs Herman Gronbach was the guest of honor when a grouf came in last week to help crle- brute her birthday. Mrs Gronbach received many gifts. Pot luck refreshments were served 4-H Club nls.alls The Humbolcit Township Far- merettes girls 4-H club met at the home of Helen and Linn Rutz Wednesday evening for. th<j installation of officers. Last year's officers installed the following: Ruth Ann Clavk, president; Barbara Rancy, vice president; Sandra Madsen, secretary; Helen RuU, treasurer; Linnofe Rutz, historian; and Sharalyn Kramer, reporter. Mr and Mrs George Foth were Sunday dinner guests at the Gordon Foth home in LuVerne. Last Wednesday Mrs Thomas Cran and Mr and Mrs Foth visited in Bancroft with Mrs Foth's mother, Mrs Louis Elsbecker. BBG THINGS ARE COMING OCT. 31 r NOV. 1 and 2 AT GRID GUESSERS CONTEST Don Eibert Gets Nice Scholarship Don Eibert, son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Eibert of Algona, was one of four Johns Hopkins University student? awarded scholarships and fellowships by the Union Carbide Corp. 'in the fields of physics and engineering recently. Thursday, Oct. 34, 1957 At0«mo fie.) llppar Pit MOMM- * All sdholarships offered by the firm are full tuition plus additional expense funds. engineering. He was employed during the past summer in tbaj engineering department of. the ...., engineering aeparimens pi »ne Don is a senior in mechanical Boeing Aircraft plant at Seattle, By 61' Man Mose Upsets, which ate normally pt evalent from this of ine football season on, caused our guessers a loi of trouble !£ 1S ™?«' bui after wadi «9 trough a big stack of entries, the Ol Man came up with three winners. M T*.-*™* ptace i. W tS2f* Dennis Helmke of Alfona. was able to hgure out the UCLA win over Oregon State, a facto* that paid 6«. He will get $7 for hitting IS of the 80 games listed. Al Sponaberg of Algona also got 15 games correct, but was a htile high on his point guess so took the $5 second money. Donald fceisch, Algona. was one 6f ten persons With 14 games right, but his point guess, 58, was right on the head, so he wound up with the $3 third place award. Others with 14 right included Nicki Clark. Wendell Jargenson. Irene Slobe, Mrs Orville Kinden. Ricky Slobe, Ralph Elberj and Olive Rosmann, all «of Algona, Arnold Hansen, Fenlon. and Mrs Jay Carlson, Wesley. There were scads of persons with 13 right, another large group with 12 right, quite a few with 11 and 10 and a group of eight who will have to shar* the crying towel of Jj ie J v l c . k Wlth nine of lh » 20 0ames right. They are Mrs G. D. Shumway, Mrs Mary Rousseau, Dorothy Abbott, Eugene Harbour, Al Granzow, Larry Helmers and Roland F, Bode, Algona, and Howard Thompson of Bancroft. Games that flipped most contestants included the Illinois win over Minnesota, 34-13. Purdue's 20-13 shocker at Michigan Slate and the UCLA win over Oregon State. Its time once again to sharpen'those pencils and get into gear on this week's contest which will be found on another page in today's Upper Des Moines. Good luck. LOCALS Mr and Mrs Roy Hutzell had as dinner guests a week ago Sunday the letter's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs EnniB Ackerman, her cousin and wife, Mr and Mrs- Clyde Ackerman and David of Rochester, Minn., an aunt, Mrs Lenna Moyle, dt Aberdeen, S. D.. brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Russell Hester of Earlham and cousin and wife, Mr and Mrs Games Ackerman, Arlys Judy and Brian. Mr and Mrs C. L. Livingston left Thursday (today) for Phoenix, Ariz., where they will spend the winter. Mr Livingston recently sold a business there but has entered into another which requires his presence there a part of the time. They plan to return to Algona in May. They were visited Wednesday and lad as dinner guests their son- n-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Mick Sanders of Terril. Mrs Rose Potter, Mrs Mary Miller and Mrs Ethel Morgan spent a day and over night Monday with Mrs Stella Cook at !onia. Mrs Cook and her late lusband Ed formerly lived a\ Hobarton where Mr Cook managed the elevator. They farmed at Ionia and the son and daughter-in-law Lyle and his wife now A COST GRAIN CONDIT10 CAN BE USED WITH CRIBS OR BINS * * * Install ON ANY STORAGE BUILDING in less than ONE HOUR * * * Has Dried 337, MOISTURE EAR CORN In Storage * * * Keeps Out Rain Takes Out Heat THAT ELIMINATES GRAIN SPOILAGE COMPLETE UNIT DELIVERED READY TO INSTALL ONLY '139 FOR MORE DETAILS PHONE CY 4-2824 OR SEE US CLOVERLEAF HATCHERY MAIN ST. AT MILWAUKEE TRACKS - ALOONA farm the land and Mrs Cook lives in her own home adjoining that of her son and daughter-in- law. Evelyn Cady has received announcement of the birth of a daughter to her cousin and his wife, Mr and Mrs Patrick Cady, at Lawton, Okla. The infant has been named Karen Lynn. "Pat" is a son of the late Dr. Gerald Cady of Mason City and grandson of the late well known cor- netist "Pat" Cady, formerly of Algona but who moved to Mason City many years ago. Young "Pat" was a lavj student at Iowa City tout is doing his "stretch" in the army. He will eventually return to Iowa City to resume his studies. ,Mr and Mrs Henry Douglas are caring for the grandchildren Scott and Mark while their mother, Mrs Larry Douglas is at Mason City with her parents, Mr and Mrs Vern Meltler. She was taken sick with flu ahd the children were brought here to try and avoid contracting the sickness. Larry is in Chicago 'and has accepted a position with the Continental Can corporation. He has rented aa apartment at Skokie, a suburb, and the family will move there when Mrs Douglas is recovered and the furniture has been deljvered. tch S We Will Allow You More For Your Old Watch R^ gardless of Condition On Factory-Guaranteed Gruen Watches ^ Narrow Escape For Burt Man A Burt man, Walter T. Rich, 40, escaped injury when the auto he was driving hit a ditch six miles northeast of Algona at 2 a.m. Sunday. The mishap occurred on a county road. The vehicle missea a curve, slammed into the ditch and through a fence owned by Stanley Gardner of Algona. Damage to the auto was estimated at $100 and $15 damage was inflicted to the fence, according to Sheriff Ralph Lindhorst, who investigated. Priced *29 7 , 05 *300°° Try Us First or Last Self-Service COMING NOV. 1 THOSE YEARS AHEAD CARS PLYMOUTH DODGE DESOTO CHRYSLER IMPERIAL YOU'LL FIND THEM AT PERCIVAL MOTORS (PLYMOUTH, OODOE) J & L MOTORS (PIYMQUTH, DISQTQ, CHRYSLER, IMPERIAL) EVEN MORE AHEAD FOR '$» I I 1 I I I I I I FRIDAY ft SATURDAY AT EAST END GROCERY m* GIANT TWO-DAT TRUCKLOAD SALE FRIDAY & SATURDAY AT EAST END GROCERY • 1 I I t li I 1 7 SOLID TONS-34,QOO LBS.i i i • t • DIRECT - FROM - RED - RIVER - VALLEY • • KENNEBEC WHITES FINE FOR WINTER STORING BUY RIGHT OFF TRUCK IN FRONT OF EAST END GROCERY U SAVE $1.50 TO $2.00 Per Hundred Pounds On What Potato Price* Will Be In A Matter Of Weeks — Due To Acute Shortage Caused By Disastrous Floods In Northern Potato Fields. TRUCKLOAD SALE PRICES: REP PONT! ACS FINE FOR WINTER STORING S2.98 Per 100-Lbs. In 1 $2.89 Per 100-Lbs. In 3 S2.79 Per 100-Lb$. In 5 Lot Lot Lot W 1^ I I S li BUY DIRECT FROM ' TRUCK IN FRONT STORE Friday & Saturday Only! EAST END GROCERY BUY THISI POTATOES Kit • ! ,1 .:'«

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