The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 5, 1959 · Page 21
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CfeaJnefy ifJWMitofixtfft & Election Held ft' f ,4 V"* * j ' * -i .3 ? , *•? fc ' \ > )«** Bftvldson ,'ahd" ilaiWe*>J&ttdo8 after* .,. „ _ jJp%'Ntehol§, rntnaler of the - - Drying plant Quaker, read 1 by 'Showed .increase , itu butter JictiBrid aM.t net pfofit of lLirV ,' "' .-. : Dennis Haverly was elected to he bOatd of 'director^ to Succeed Llvln Becker Who had Withdrawn SIS name fifoni -nomination. Other director^ !/ &r$r ..Albert Johnson. KMiird Madsen, .£len ,'- £"* j; « I i,.v*'s_ f i Bavldsoii and Slating' ftoi. 8Wi ;JS66tft'son *M Omei Kurtkel, cfearn haulers, Charted Weir, buttermaker; Dennis Thadi, assistant and Theron ttansen, secretary. J'fean Price pre-nuptial-shdWer Saturday evef nihgc Feb. fcl iti, ttie Methodist church parlors. About 60 women attended, Mrs Charles Nygaard and Mrs Herman Wise were in charge of, the prdgram of games and contests. Ruth Wise and Mrs Glen Gabrlelstin gave readings. Guests, ^regent were frofrt oj Match teaches T«k*nm Sister, ^PetfeHa, Sth «ia ; eftH VtfnWL ,... . . 541, becfertte ' ill l^A w^ek and ^ftt t& Milwaukee, WiS. ,>Mf$ J. M..!ttmk substituted ft* her &l Nelsoftffttn- Matth 1 Mr aftd observed thetr 4« riive*sa.ry «t fchtif March 1 2 to 6 to- mtna Adolf Hartley, Feb. 38, 1918, flftartled Reiurn Ffott Kay HfiBert and her tlncle, lisenbaeHer 8tfiVed4iOlne SatUr* day taorning frdnVla visit in the West, Joe had spent, sifc weeks thei« visiting Mr' and Mrs Ole Hblt in Tacoma land his'^ster, Uts Ben Faurot .«nd, family' in Los Angeles. Kay had spent three weeks at the Faurot horne, She oft vaeatiem frdm -the Kx- e State Sahki *• At Hunting Plrk, Galiiorhia they, visited the Fishers, and Bill Prairie PMs met Saturday, Feb. 21 in the Raymond HaMg home. Paula Fisher gave a picture study. She and Mary Ellefc;I*udwlg gave a • demonstration 1 .' • Merle Ann Harig; talked on "Perk Up The Kitchen." -Anita Llcfcteig talked on Color. Wed 30 Years Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hansen observed their 30^h wedding an- iiiVersary Saturday> Feb'.' 21.' Evening , guests, in 'their'home were Mt.ahd Mrs THeroriuHBhsen, Mr and Mrs Raymond,,3ahsen and Srdon Giddings. ' ' lOWERED for (omplit* ptoiidlon •Inlir oitd simnur ollk*. APJUSTABLE to ony pojlilon, tram huUt wouhMithibulMinj. ?•«' AWNINGS SPECIAL WINTER DISCOUNTS ' ON ALL INQUIRIES DATED IN FEBRUARY Awning Co. i "•••^ ,, . Ringsted, Iowa iome Front,-esl'-. • >< . t ;fMrs Clara' ; firdnSari[»aiid Willis returned recently - «frorii '•,. a two week's trip and-visited^ith their daughter and sjst'er,"Mrs ^ Harold Wolfe, husband ' ahd»'.'daughters. at\ Anaheim, Calif.\v Mr, Wolfe, is employed by Dou|lte ; Air Craft a's a research'- engineer;*. 1 -The Wesleyans alsd; ; yisited Mrs Jessie Conley/the^Kejftneth Con- Marlysr Goetfc, S «tud«ift ,ai tttwa State Telichm , College, Cedar Falls spefit th« weekend »t if parental, Joe Qaet* hefflfe.' Janice Vltethutti of Bes Mpines spent the February 22 Weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs George Vltethum and other relatives. Larry and Steven LOebig, sons of Mr and 'Mrs.Al t-oeblg 6f Bfttt spent the weekend atthe h&m of their grandparents, Mr and Mr? Victor Loebig t . ',% t Mary Rita and John Koto, tos, children of Mr and Mrs E. N Koloplastos of. Mankato, Minn were brought Monday, Feb. 18.tr the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Luke Young wlrth and family. The pre-sdioo children were cared for the^ while their mother, the forme Ruth Vitzthum was hospitalized Mr and Mrs Gaylon Vitzthum of Stuart spent Saturday nigh and Sunday at the parental George Vitzthum and Mrs Mar tha West homes and with othe relatives. , . A figu're that will bo greatly missed in the contra! part of 1owii now is "Inky" the large black dog owned by the Maurice' D$ r Boer family since he was a pup ome eleven years ago. He died a natural death Friday at about he age of 11 years. t . The American Logion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, Mat,. 5. Thurtday, March 5, 1950 Atflona (la.) Upp«r OH Moln«*-S end fit the home of her er, Mrs Viola Studet. daugh- Fri.« '<.' .Midwest^ 7 , Henry, Charlel - and 'His '- O^clWstra •Mon., - Mar. 1 9^M.7j4b'10 P.M. ~ . Teens jSriecial' ' The Bob-O-Iiihks '-Bob, Hale / Wijth*Records ' Prizes — Teens 'A'dm^Sc "Parents 'Eree^Sc,'Welcome ONLY RUBBER FIRESTONE so many driving miles! SIDEWALLS Prices start as low as Sharlene Downs, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Downs, is nbw employed at the Home Federal Savings & Loan in Algona. Wesley 'Township 4-H boy? met Monday, Feb. 16 in the Robert Bolenus home. Bob Bolenus gave a talk on the care of clothing and good grooming. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard. Melissa and Chris and Mr and Mrs' George Eggleston of LuVerne went to Ames Sunday, Feb. 15 to visit Julia Nygaard and to attend open house for parents. Mrs Donhelle Devereaux had K part of her basement converted into a recreation room recently, with new flooring and sound proof walls. „ '• Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer and Mr and Mrs Will Hrubes and five children were Sunday, Feb. 1J5 guests in the Ralph Bauer home in Whittemore. The Mesdames Charles Nygaard, Glen Gabrielson and Don Kraus gave a party .Thursday evening after junior choir pra<£-, iice for members of their Sunday; School Classes. . f > ' Mrs Jack Thissen of Fort Dodge' has spent the past two weeks with her sister, Mrs Harold Mat;- tinek and' family. The two women have been disposing of household goods at the home of their lata parents, Mf and Mrs Ed Hauptman. The Hauptman estate farm' has been sold to August Gar- inans. Mr and Mrs Arm an Adolf of Hartley spent Monday, Feb. 10 with his sister and brother-in- law, Mr and Mrs Will Martinek. Dinner guests in the Will Hrubes home Thursday, Feb. 19.. honor of Mrs Hrubes' birthday were her parents, Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer, also Mr and Mrs Bill Bauer and Mike, Mr and .Mr's. : George Wellick and family of Britt, Mr and Mrs Walter Pfeffer; and two sons. i Mrs John Meuhe entertained 12 kindergarten girls -Friday after-, noon, Feb. 20 in honor of > their daughter, Mary's 6th birthday. I Father Linus Eisenbacher is to be moved soon to Pomeroy from Armstrong where he has been about 10 years. He will also serve the parish at Palmer. Fa-, ther is a son of 4he late Ign. Eisenbachers. Halvor Floms, Frank Johnsons and Stanley Simpsons were Sunday dinner. guests of the Paul McNeills of Algona. The occasioni celebrated the birthdays of Teddy McNeil!, Stanley Simpson and Mrs Flom. Mrs Jennie Luken of the Good Samaritan Home, Algona,spent several days over the Girl Scout Award Night AtSweaCity Swea Ciiy .«* Girl Scout'troop No, 4 under the leadership of Mrs Frank Smousc held an award night meeting Feb. 27 at 7:30 p.m. at the V.FAV. halt. Carolina Gonzntes and Arlis Looft received their tenderfoot awards. All 13 girls received their second class scouting award. Mr and Mrs Robert Beadle and daughters of For£ Dodge and Mr and Mrs Otto Karels and family of Lnkota were guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Hollis Bead le Sunday. Mr and Mrs Eddie Godfredson and children were Sunday enll- ers nt the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Hoppe and family at Grnnada. Mrs Frank Bauer and Mr: Eddie Bauer and children called at the homes of Mr and Mrs Ervin Ruelzcl and Mr nnd Mrs Henry Ruetzel at Fairmont, Debbie Cousin, 3 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Keith Cousin of Rochester, Minn., underwent surgery Friday in the Methodist hospital at Rochester. Debbie is the granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Clayton Angle. Robert Rohlin, Minneapolis, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs George Rohlin. Mrs Grace Baker, assisted by Mrs John Nymon, entertained division No. 1 of the Lutheran church at her horne Thursday. Mr and Mrs Ole llavn, Mrs Eva Hanson and Mrs Grace Baker visited at the Allen Strong home near Armstrong Sunday. Mr and Mrs Jim Preston and children were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Richard Underwood at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Raymond Warden and children of Ceylon, Minn., called at the home of Rev. and Mrs' S. H. Hammer Sunday evening. Mrs Ella Harner was a Sunday guest at the home of Mr and Mrs George Harner. They spent the afternoon calling at the Delmar Anderson home. Wednesday, March 4, W.S.C.S will meet in the Methodist church with Mrs Truman Johnson giving devotions, Mrs Claude Haag, program, and Mrs Vardell Hazelhoff, .music. *-Ronald Hammer of Ced'a'r Falls spent; the weekend with rns''rja'r- erits, Rev. and Mrs S .H. Hammer. Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs George Eden and family were Mrs Earl Reed and Kenneth of Elmore, Minn., Mi's Louise Eden and Mr and Mrs Lester Eden and family of Titonka. Tuesday, Rev. LeRoy Carter, Sam Link and Lionel Thompson attended a Baptist church meeting of this district at Mason City. Sunday evenlrtf guests of Mrs Lois Rlckftrd of Kolfe were Mf arid Mrs Sam Link and Mr afid Mrs Tom PresUm and Mr and Mrs Walter Mrs W. J. Sigabfe of spent Sunday afternoon at th* Bob Sigsbee home; Mrs Daisy Engstrom accompanied Mr and Mrs Nels Overfleid of Elmore to Winteraet Wcdnes* day where they visited at tho Harry Skaag home. Kollasch Boar Tops In Testing The top selling boar of all breeds at the Iowa Swine Evaluation Station's 3rd winter sale, held Thursday, Feb. 19th, at Nevuda, Iowa, wfis a .purebred Poland China Consigned for test by Albert Kollosch and Sons of Bancroft. He sold for $500.00 going to Noruis Farms of Havana, 111. The bonr had gained 2.13 Ibs per dny with a feed efficiency ol 325 Ibs. per 100 Ibs. of gain and probed 1.00 in. of btickfat. His index was 130 points, the 3rd highest of the group soiling. His Httermnto barrow cut 54,1% lean cuts. The 31 head of various breeds- selling averaged bctlo than $200 per head. Sliding Kenneth Hunter of Thurmnn was seriously injured recently in a sledding accident. He wan sliding with a group of other children when his sled struck n post with such force that he was practically wrapped around the post at the impact. An operation was performed for the removal of his spleen and he also suffered •i shoulder injury. DEKALBjEHK HIGH HIGH lAYABIUTVr HIGH EGG 0ARLY MATURITY tOW FEED COST These profit-boosting factors can be yours. When y6U order your next "batch of baby chix, make SORE they're DeKalb Chk. EUGENE HOOD, Algona, Iowa FRANK DROESSLER, Bancroft, Iowa ALPHONS BERTE, Bode, Iowa EARL ELBERT, Whittemore, Iowa HOMER MATTHIESEN, Fenton, Iowa Blanche Just Told Me About The Wonderful Trade-In I Can Get On My BENDIX Automatic Washer and Dryer. Want To Go With Me Tomorrow? ALGONA REFRS6ERATION 6 The Tmpala j.-Door .Sedan~ a fresh shape with a practical slantt MID-WEST SERVICE CO. Firestone Distributors Available ah NOW Sunbeam Bread HAS IOWA BUTTER Added to The Shortening Chevy's new beauty makes beautiful sense) * From its lustrous new finish to its roomier interior, Chevy is as logical as it is lovely. It's '59's best looker- tor the best reasons! 1 HANDSOME WHEELS • COOL BIGGEU BRAKES. Air Biota help assure • safer stops time after time. NEW MAGIC- MIRROR PINIS5 NEEDS MO WAXING OB POLISHING FOR UP TO THREE YEARS. 3. REAR DECK HOLDS MOR£] LUGGAGE. Five cubic feet more space. 4. FRONT AIR SCOOPS HELP ENGINE COOLING. Those stylish openings above grille bring in more air. 6. VAST NEW AREAS OF VISIBILITY, And you'll find Safety Plate Glass all the way around. INDIVIDUALLY HOODED INSTRUMENTS RfiPUCE GLARE. 9. EASIER TO GET IN—NEW STEP HEIGHT AND SEAT DESIGN. And there's lots of head room toot HVPwvv 108 S. 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