The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 5, 1959
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Convention - ,,*•»» Mrs Ctfifa Solberg wits surpii&id SatftNlay alter* ilCton, Jan. .31* 'hbnprinfi ;her ott h&f sixty-^Irm feMMay, which Wlis FeB. 2. *,ThH& seventeen gttests brought greetings* • gifts atid lunch.' '-Tats • ^red -Kampeft baked thelbifthday ca'kfe. Attend' ing were x (Mrs Harold Mountain Mrs PtteSfWfttatei,Mfc Kerrhit F&wler, Mts,Fr6d Kamptsn, Mrs E&l, .OlscJh, Mrs Hay Enoekson Mri Morgan"'Hagen, Mrs, Ralph Richards, Mf's Magnus Brat'land Mrs Donald Usher, Mrs De Vere Newton, Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Lpren Daniel, Mrs Helen Rasmus sin, Mrs Lenhard Holden-and Mr Ar'ne Jotten and Mrs Norman Helleseth.. of West Bend. Birthday Jeahette Evenson celebrated' her ninth-birthday, Jan. 31. Attending; the 'party;: ivere Mr|; Louis Hettriksbn, i 1 Julie "'and Lu'^ ann, 'Mrs lyari Schneider, Mr and Mrs Al .Tihronson and Mrs Lydia Vesterbyof West Bend, Mr and I Mrs Ralph Carlson and Lanita' and Mrs Frank S toe be" of Triumph, XMinn.>. ', : P.W.O. Met ^~ " I , The P.W.O. met Friday afternoon in the Presbyterian church parlors With Mrs Eugene Hofiua and Mrs W. G. Cooper as hostesses. The ladies gave $150; toward the' budget of the church. Mrs Albert Thorsen gave the lesson and Mrs. Joe Leitl read from Outreach. "Grandma" Is 89 Mrs Caroline Telford, known to many as "grandma" celebrated her eighty-ninth birthday Thursday, Jan. 29. Mr and -Mrs Ed. Von Bank, Jane and Eugene of ; Rolf e and Mrs Essie Cooper came ,-f or the occasion, bringing •their supper. Grandma received many greetings.; Her son, Law- rerfce, lives with her. ' Mr and Mrs Albert Bergum were guests Sunday at /the Bernie Bjprnson home at Bode where Mr Bergum- celebrated his 73rd birthday.' , Mr and Mrs Clarence Bauer entertained at a 500 party Thursday night. Guests were Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee, Mr and Mrs Ed Kemna, Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrs- pann and Mr and Mrs , Harley, Knutson. "Mr and Mrs Albert Bergum attended funeral services for her aunt, Mrs Even Kolsrud at Bode Thunday, Feb. S, 1959 Alflona (la.) Upp*r 0*ft Ex-Resident Of Algona Passes Funeral services for Mrs Clara Barrett,, 75, former resident of Algohn and mother of Mrs Hnr- old Anclrenstm, Burt, wore held Monday, Jan. 28,.fil 2 p.m. tit Snn- born, In. Rev. Robert Baxter officiated, and burial was in llosd- lund cemetery. Pallbearers included Loo Anderson, Harold Snupe, William Fairley, Leonard Block, Roy Brown and Justin Foley. Mrs Barrett died Jan. 23 following a hcnrl attack al hor home. Bormfit Osknloosn June 3, IBfW lior fntttily Inter moved to DOS Moines, then to Algeria. Later she moved to Spolicer whore slu lived until moving to Smtbnrn in 1034. She made her homo will her sister, Edna, nt. Sanborn. Her husband preceded her it death in July, 1055. Her parents William and Mary Thrash, and t brother, Harry Thrash, also pro ceded hor in death. Her sister, Ednfl fffirtfdage, Saftborn, tWf dfitithtirs, Mrs Artdreasel* Ipftl Rider, Spirit Lake, grandson Lakota Teams In • Victory Pinole ; Lnkotn wound up its horrid basketball schedule by taking a pair of games from Woden jah; 27. The girls walked away wtljt a 50-50 victory, while the boys came through, 64-02. The girls now have a .7-7 record ancl the' boys have Won 11 and lost six/ Lflkota had no trouble at all winning the girls contest, desbito the tremendous shooting of Woden's Devinc, who used every shot in the book on her way to 43 points. Lakotn hold the upper hand, 15-5, at the quarter, 32-16 at the half and 41 -2*7 at the three- quarter mnrk. Tjaden counted 20 points, Hcrtzke 16 and Price 14 for the winners. Woden led all tho way through the first three periods of the boya game. The losers were on top, 169 at the quarter, 29-28 at tho hall WILLIAMS A delegation of Kossuih county members of the Farmers tfnion and their wives: attended the state convention, held last Tuesday and Wednesday in Des Moines. They>re pictured above. : v Front row, left to right: Mrs Bob Loss, Mrs C. A. Derner, Mrs Charles Borman, Mrs 'Sam Larson and Mrs Alfred Schenck., Rear row: C. A. Derner, Whittemore;"Bob Loss, Alg6ha;_,John Kain, Algona; Charles Borman, Whittemore; Alfred Schenck, Algona; and Sam Larson, Armstrong. (UDM engraving). ., er of Hadley, Minn. Mr and Mrs- Harley • Knutson and - sons were Sunday guests at her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Stang of Gilmore City,' to help celebrate their -48th wedding anniversary. and Mrs Bernie Bjornson of Bode attended funeral services for E. C. Landaas at the Fron Lutheran church at Starbuck, Minnf, "••'. ^ • ; • •Mrs/ Victor Meyer 'was surprised' Sunday, noon when Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and Eldon and Mr" and Mrs Paul, and daughters' came, bringing along the Sunday dinner. It was Mrs Victor Meyer's ; birthday. Home from South Dakota State College at Brobkings for the weekend, were Ronald Elling- spn and Delbert Wehrspann, who •had< as a guest Ronnie Kueck- Couple Given Housewarming At LuVerne LuVerne — -Mr and Mrs Jack McClellan were given a housewarming Saturday evening by itheir friends, the Clem Striplings '' - .. Gail .Wolfs, Myron Hinz, George Schnetzers, Richard Gronbachs and Henfy Heftys. Pot luck sup per was followed by playing 500 High; Bob Nielson and Mrs Bil Hardcopf, low, ! Clem Striplin£ and Mrs Henry <Hefty, chair prize Henry Hefty; and Nine Bid; Mr Schnetzeiv A "purse of monej was presented the honored-guests Family Has Mumps Mrs Louis • Wittenburg has re turned 'from" Glenwood City, Wis. where she visited in.the home of her son, Rev. Kenneth j Witten- NewT-V Station For Area By Mid-Summer Regular Haircut Haircut's REASONS Why YOU May Need A ' LAND BANK LOAN 6 Cheek Your Needs — burg family. Rev. and Mrs Wit- 'enburg and,four children were " confined' in bed with the mumps. They are now improv- ng,- , ' Mr and Mrs John Voss, Jr., Le- Ota Ann, Mr "and 'Mrs Delmar- Voss and baby of Eagle Grove and Mr and Mrs Herman Wise of Wesley were recent visitors in the parental John?Voss Sr. home /in Algona.^ The ".occasion was to celebrate ,the - 79th birthday of Mrs Voss,'senior, Jan. 29. Frank Mpeding Sr. entered ,utheran hospital. Fort Dodge, Thursday for medical treatment. Mrs Anna Hanselman entertained, her 500 card club Tuesday afternoon. Guest players were 'Mrs'^Hehry : Pergande, Mrs Anna. Blumer and Mrs Ernest Meyer. At play, high, Mrs Martha; Schneider and low, Mi's iEager, ., .-,•:„. . Mr anoY'Mrs Roy Buenger ol West Bend, were Sunday after noon visitors: with ;, her parents Mr. and "Mrs Gbtlieb Hans 6 ! 01311 ^Mr^^and'Mrs; Myfpn Hinz and i family !r moved Saturday to the 1 farm home of her parents, Mr and .Mrs rPaul^Northrop. Myron has been employed .on :a farm : near"'Alexander the past year. Mr and Mrs Harold Wolf and Jerry 'Wolf attended the annual meeting ,of the Central National Farm iLoan Association Thursday at Fort Dodge. Harold Wolf 'is one of the dii'ectors. Mr and Mrs Albert Wilhelm were Sunday visitors in Belmond at '."'the home of their son, the Dennis Wilhelm family. They attended the baptism of • Greg Alan 'W/ilhelm in the Trinity Lutheran church. Sponsors were Kir and Mrs Loren Wilhelm of Ames. Mr and Mrs Peter Johnson of Humboldt moved to Iowa City where Mr Johnson .will attend the University. Mrs Johnson will be employed in a bank there. She is 'the former Elaine Wilhelm, daughter of .Mr and Mrs Albert Wilhelm of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Howard Stoddard were honored guests at a farewell party in the Earl Johns home Friday evening, with twelve families sharing the courtesy. ,500 was played; with high, George Schnetzer and Mrs Jack McClel- lari, low, Howard Stoddard and Mrs John, Stampka. Nine Bid, Mrs'Dean•Bowman. A purse pt money was presented as a gift to the honored guests." Mrs Louis )iVolf ,has concluded her visit here at the Mrs Clara A new television station, KRYC-TV, Channel 12. with studios at Mankato, Minn, is expected to begin telecasting this summer. Engineering studies have disclosed that the overall pattern of the station will radiate a clear picture extending over 60 airline miles from the tower, to be located at Lewisville, Minn. Kossuih county comes within the circle. Negotiations are expected -to-be completed by mid- February with the National Broadcasting company the American Television net- Work for network program- ing for the station. Construction of the tower at Ley/is- ,'villo and studios }ri Man.' kato is expected to begin at ', the same time. It is estimated that, it Will •take loss than three,months " ( /io erect,the tower and anten- ', na. During this time eloctron- 1 ic specialists will install Ihe 316,000 watt transmitter at .Lewisville and Wire and cable 'at the studio site in Mankato. There's a low cost, long term Land Bank; Loan on your land available for you if you need money for any of these reasons, Make application to yourlocal NFLA, owned by farmers —for farmers, where you can borrow with confidence, Contact — P To Consolidate Debt* L~] To Modernize Buildings P To Buy New Equipment P To Buy Livestock P To Buy Lartd P For Any Constructive Purpose •Temmers, Mr -and.Mrs ftichard Jnderkofler, Mr and MrYLarrji ^emmers, Mr and Mrs A. H. Dietering, Mrs Lillian Devine 'and VIrs Bess Murray. . Mr and Mrs Francis DpOcy, anc U&rs.Geo. Doocy drove tq.$t....Paul Tjuesday, where they attended, ,fxi neral t-services for Mrs George Ddocy's niece who suffered fata burns Jan. 8. She was the seven year old daughter of MrvancLMrs Francis Lenway, St. Paujl" ' . "Albert Hutchinson slipped on the ice on his way to chUrc)i, Friday morning, and fractured his leg. He is a patient at St. Ann hospital. , 'Jean Rahe, Betty Lensing, : Joan Nurre, Donna Bergman, all student nurses at St. Joseph^Sioux City, spent the weekend, here. Mrs Bruno Kortes was taken by ambulance to University hospital, Iowa City, Friday. Mr . Kortes St. Jo0KGs . llllnitiate flew Mernbers Si. Joe — Knights of Columbus St. Joseph's Council held their regular monthly meeting Monday evening in the loca' club rooms with Reinald Salz grand knight; presiding. There were 60 members in attendance AK.C. membership drive is underway, with, initiation to be held February 15 in the Algona K. C club rooms. The West Bend K. C council is co-sponsoring the ini tiation with St. Joe Council. Francis Erpelding donated two } elh'ployecf at Welp's Hatehery has capons to the council with pro- • " ' " .*•..- ceeds to , be used for,kitchen equipment'in the local club room. Door prize was received by John Capesius with E. M. Gales' name drawn for attendance prize. Committee in charge of lunch: Ed Bormann, Tony Becker, Bob Kirsch, Eugene Thul and Jack Heath. If You Haven't Tried Them You're Missing A REAL TASTE TREAT! Cello Wrapped FOR SALE AT MOST STORES NOW IN ALGONA, WHITTEMORE & FENTON ASK FOR THEM BY NAME #xffon&^^ CATERING SERVICE Need A New Idea For A Store Event? Grand Opening? Anniversary Party? We'll bring our Donul Machine To Your Store, Handle Everything, •Servo Fresh, Delicious DONUTS — And Coffee Too — At Only A Nominal Cost. Save Work, Worry & Fuss. WE'LL DO IT ALL DICK'S CAFE . - , PHONE 40 - FEN^ON, IOWA Jan,-eb a I SPECIAL GROUPS OF Mr and Mrs Milford Plathe, Mrs Sylvester Wagner and Richard Thul spent Monday with Mr and Mrs John Thul at Rochester, Minn. Mrs Thul is convalescing from surgery. The group also visited Mrs Thul's . sister, Mrs Kate Phillips, iii the home of her daughter, Mr ,and Mrs Martin Otto af Kasspn; Minn., 'Mrs Mary Kramer of Whittemore has been a visitor here in the home of-her daughter, Mr.and Mrs Alfred Zeller and family. Monday'Mrs Kraitier, was a visitor in .the ,hom.e 6| Mrs Mary Reding. suf f erin g• from carbphcles. ,Mr Stelnback, empldyed, at Welp's Hatchery, entered -the Veteran's Hospital, Des ; Moines. He is suffering from a heart con- di/tipn. , • ' i Freddie Eckhart is a patient at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, suffering from an infection. Freddie is a senior at St. John's high school. Relatives from here attending the Wilfong - Bprman wedding at-St. Joe Saturday were Mr and Mrs John Kemna and family, Mrs Gordon Budding, Mr and Mrs Laurence Kemna, Mr and Mrs Joe Kemna, Mr and Mrs Leo Kemna, Mr and Mrs Gordon Delperdong, Mr and, Mrs Henry Zeimet, Mrs George Diers; and others. Only way to get some people is 'to without them. along with get - along BLUE TAG MINHAFER - Top Ail-Around Variety. Early, stiff stravyed, heavy test weight, most disease resistant, and highest yielder in the Iowa Yield'Tests {1957 & 1958 averages). Every Kossuth farmer should plant some Min- hafer and be assured of the best possible oat crop. Bagged $1.75, up to TOO bu., $1.65 for 100 bu. or more, Bulk seed' 10 cents per bu. less in like amounts. BURNETT - A Midseason Oat. Ranks only a little below Minhafer in yield. A good Companion variety to grow with Minhafer, where it is desired to spread the harvesting period. Bagged $1.15 per bu. Bulk $1.05, any amount. Also NEWTON, in bulk, $1.00 per bu. Donald D. Usher Phone 2579 OTTOSEN EUGENE H, HUTCHINS, Sec.-Treas. .South of Pennoys in Algona '' Preferably Mondays-or Wednesdays . (4-5-6) Sciencje Shrinlis Piles New Way Without Stops Itch- . rP". _. . _ *- '.».'' *!• <H <• it Wolf home and returned to her) \William McGuire, Marvin Red- home in Englewood,- Cal. She rrig and Albert Kramer attended f * • " " " '-"-•-' a cattle sale at rAtkinson, Neb. Tuesday, returning home Wed- icsday. •.,. ••-.-'.<-. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kohlhaas nd family entertained in. their home Sunday with'the following guests: Mr and Mrs Alfred Zeller md family and Mr and Mrs K. j. Kohlhaas from Jiere, Mr and Mrd John Gisch and family of Al- ;ona 'and Mrs Mary Kramer of Whittemore. 1 Mr and Mrs John B. Reding and Mr and Mrs Donald Reding were Tuesday afternoon visitors with Kay <Ann Reding in Mt. St. Francis Convent at Dubuque. Bancroft Man Ordained was called here by the death of •her brother at Armstrong. • Mrs - Clarence Jurgerseri of ; Corwith visited her mother, Mrs Clara Wolf Sunday _ afternoon. Mr 1 arj4 Mrs Howard Stoddard and -"chil&ren, moved Saturday to arthage, S. D., where they will make- their home. ' Mrs'Matie Meier returned from a three' we?K visit with her son, the , Irvin Meier family at Belmond t , In the Clarion hospital, on Ja'h. -it, -'a five pound, nine ounpe so'h, Rjichard Elvin was bprn to Mrs Irvin Meier, Ntv V(,rk, first time sci»ncc h«» found a m-w Jicaling^ubslnnco with, the astonishing ability to shrink humor- rhoids, stop itchintr. »nd reliuve pain ^ without surgery-. In «ase after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction thorough th*t sufferer? X ."i-t -,.„,--,- r ptataintiritff Ijtke "i have censed to be a prob)eh)!' , The secret is a jiew,healing eub f stance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of a worltt-faniQus research institute) This sul>8$qnce U poyr »yail»blf . in suppository or ointment form under the n«me Preparation //.* •At your dj'ij(fgi»^,-}4oney l>»$lf guarantee.' " ' •.-."'• "•••••• / •• U. §, ?»t-0«. . w Ijave.a family of three boys an4 a Over On Bad Check Count Jergens of Algona was t^ound oypr.,,tq district coyrt fol lowing »'preliminary h,§ayin a charge r of falsely;. Utti ,,,,.. V^just^ ^ H.. ; busihejss places recently, •John 'A. An^le, Swea Gity, was fined $19.50 and costs for /t>y<3jrl0a{lf '^nd Jer«?ld s./ Swea City, p&id $10 and costs fo uncte . here during the week. In Priesthood — Father Francis JJemniefs, Sioux City, accompanied ,'by;, Ws grandmother, Mrs Joseph Becker Sr. went to Dub- uquei F}?|)|ay for the ordination Qf Phillip Recker, Saturday rporning. Phillip is the grandsor of Mrs Joe Recker and the son «'| Mr ao4 j^rs 'Ffank ,Repk er former Bancroft' residents. Other relatives x from here wjv attended the First Mass Sunday -a Hampton were Mr-and Mrs l L.'J ALL UNPMNTED TOD In The Store SHOE%6RE ALGONA; IOWA Suede Dress Flats RQBINITtf,

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