The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 23, 1959 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 23, 1959
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Ringsted Elevator To Sell " Machinery Dept. After Loss HUNLoss Past Year Is Decision Basis — Th^ Ringsted Co-op Grain and Products Company Board of Directors were given authority by the members to sell the machinery^ department and all of its assets by a vote of 17863. Because of the loss that the machinery department has shown at the annual meeting the last two years it was suggested at the 1958 meeting that steps should 'be takert if the department continued to show a loss. ' The Co-op was host to 010 members and their wives at a supper at the Ringsted high school. The annual meeting followed in the auditorium of the high school. L. D, Taylor, -auditor of the Grain Dealers Corp. of Des Moines, gave the report and explained thp items containec therein. . ' , / The statement showed the Elevator, with *a -prof it of $78,917.52 and the machinery department with a loss of $28,519.15. In tracing down the loss of -the department it was discovered that a gross profit of 2% on the sale of machinery "was the reason for the deficit. A $2,405,292.61 Mr and Mrs Floyd Turner had their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Cornelius De Kriuf of Sheldon, as supper guests Sunday. Bruce Sundet has been visited by John Best, son of Mr and Mrs Norman Best, Pomona, Calif. The Best family were residents here till two years ago. Mr and Mrs John thuente •went to ?Kent, Minn., Friday to be with the former's mother, Mrs Angela Thuente who is sick. They will be gone indefinitely. Mrs Gail Haase and Mrs Maurice Thompson and son John took the mother, Mrs Osta Thompson to Eagle Grove, Monday where she will spend a week with her sister, Mrs Martin Thompson and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Harvey Steven lave spent the past fortnight at Chapin with their daughter, Mrs verett Hodgin, whose husband in the hospital. The Stevens will return to Chapin in a few days for an indefinite length of Mh-s Selma Gbdfredson Is at Ottawa, 111., visiting her son nnd daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Leslie Samp. Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor had as guests Sunday the latter' parents, Mr and Mrs Hcrber Zielske, Forest City. Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor and M and Mrs Mitch Taylor nnd fam ilies spent Sunday at the Oko bojis at the W. C. Taylor traile house. Mr and Mrs W, C. McDouga have been visited by their daugh business, was conducted by the Co-op.with the elevator selling $2,088,369.08 and the machinery department $316,923.53. Arnie Rovh was re-elected to the board of directors and Reno Busch is a new member on the board. ter-in-law and children, Mrs Bo McDougall, Kristin and Jay Mehasha, Wis., and wfth them went to their former home a Winona, Minn., where they wei joined by Bob. Mrs McDougall also spent some time at Menasha. Mr and Mrs Leonard Malueg have been visited by their daughter, Mrs E. K. Huiber and daughter, Patsy, Homewood, 111., •who concluded the visit Tuesday. They also spent some time with Mrs Huber's brother and sister- in-law, Mr and Mrs Irwin Malis the former ow to arrange furniture accord- ng to the shape of the room, by ue Rasmussen and proportion nd scald and decorating b.\ Mnrcia Schipler, and h lake rt small room look large y Catherine Trunkhill. • 'Mrs Mable Reimor% and soi Bruce of West, Liberty visJtet i couple of days at the Gle Zwiofel and Jake Smith homes. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch ttn girls, Mr and Mrs Arnold Dan elscn and family, Mr and Mr Glenn Zwiefel, Patsy and Brio and Mr and Mrs Duane Metzge and boys enjoyed a picnic on swimming nt Crystal Lake Sun day. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larse entertained at a supper Thur day evening in honor of the daughter, Beverly's, birthday. Those attending were Helen Harms, Alvina Harms, Doniln Teeter, Linda Larsen, Vyda Johnson, Joan Becker; Marilyn Hupert and Alice Thompson. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen Wore evening visitors. ... Mrs George Koestler and Vicki and Pam Rusher of Lakota attended Horse and Buggy Days at Elmore Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ronald Ortman and family visited at the Koestler home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky, Barry, Randy, Kevin and Mr Charles Clark of Britt come Tturday to spend n few days ith his daughter and hus4>«md, r and Mrs Ray Fitch. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy, Mrs iohnrd Snmuclson nnd Shnron sited Mrs Kennedy's brother ticl wife, Mr nnd Mrs Elmer rickson nt Rodman, Sunday. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy, Mrs ichard Samuelson nnd Sharon ttended a birthday party Snt- rclay at the homo of Mrs Ell.i fisbeo. Mr and Mrs Bill WoH?. and 'atricia visited nt the Donald tinRsdorf home Thursday eve- g. Barbara Ringsdorf was inmc for the weekend. Mr nnd Mrs Ramon Bisque nnd little daughter of Ames spent Friday, Saturday nnd Sunday n the Clifford Young home. "I always railed n spndc a spade until the other day I dropped one on my foot." Eager Beavers Met The rpRulnr meeting of the- Lu- Vrrne En#er Ik-avers wns held July 13. Gnylen Wit?.el and Jim BHinkendorf Rave talks. Mrs Ed Behnkeiulot.f wns hostess. Club Has Outing The Wesley Wi'/mds 4-1T club had mi outing nt. Clear Lake Insl week. They stayed In n Thurwtay, July, 23, 1959 AI0<M*a {la.) Ufrpif cabin on the Methodist campgtounds. Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Naw*p«ip*f FRIDAY' and SATURDAY New Cor Sales Dip Slightly Past 2 Weeks v New car and truck sales slumped slightly during the past two weeks, with 27 vehicles registered at the county treasurer's of- of new .vehicles fice. Owners are: ~. '« '••>•••, ••• t-, ( ,, Ford — N.W. Bell Telephone Co., pickup; R. W. Holm, Swea City; Edward Kienitz, Burt; Elmer Dole Co., Irvington; Clarence Riebhoff, ATgona; H. C. ILarsen, Armstrong; F. N. Illg, Burt. Chevrolet — G. A. Cowing, Bancroft; William Tordoff, Al- 'gona; A. J. Bilsborough, Swea City; A. J. Mulligan, Bancroft; A'lice 'Luedtke, Lone Rock; Russell Harris, Whittemore: Bancroft Co-Op Creamery, panel; R. T. Uthof, Fen ton: L.> J. Vaske, Bancroft; A. H. Deitering. Bancroft. Rambler — W. L. Jones, Fenton; I. A. Malueg, Algona; :M. O. Kraaibel, Bode; R. S. Bpssom, Aleona.' Mercury — A. P. Peterson, Swea City. Olds — Dau's Garage, Algona. Cadillac — Wilfred Carlson, Swea City; R. L. Wood, Algona. Pontiac — James St. John, Burt; Frank Burgess, West Bend Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor will be at Nippersink Manor, Wis., July 24 to 28, vacationing at the resort, a prize Dean won in a contest. During -their absence the children will be with the grandparents, 'Mr and Mrs W. C. Taylor. Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet had (Mr and Mrs Thos. McGraw of Lafayette, Minn., as weekend guests. The McGraws are former residents here. Mr and Mrs Sundet were supper guests Saturday of Mr and Mrs Knute Oppedahl at Ottosen. Mrs Earl Miller returned' Thursday of last week from Grand Island, Neb., where she had visited Mr and Mrs John Cox and Mr and Mrs Jack Mahoney at Quinby. The.Quiribys returned here and Mr Mahoney is doing some painting for Mr Miller on the farm buildings. Jim Alt. small son of Mr and Mrs Don Alt, West Des Moines, has been visiting the Harry Greenberg and Joe Greenberg ueg. Mrs Huber Ruth Malueg. families the past two weeks. He was taken home by Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg, who drove on to Topeka, Kan., for a weekend visit with Mrs Greenberg's parents, Mr and Mrs David .August. Mr and Mrs James Utt have had as guests 1 'Mr and 'Mrs Ross Utt and children, Diane and Terri, Denver, Colo. Other guests are Mrs Utt's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs William Cole, •Chester, Mont, They came to attend* the fiftieth wedding anniversary Sunday, July 26, a 1 Duncan of the parents, Mr and Mrs Albert Prostka. The celebration will be held in the community hall. Mrs Utt plans to go back with her sister and husbanc and will be gone a couple o weeks. Woman Burned In Explosion At Portland Portland — Mrs Charles Phelps was badly burned, Friday, about noon while canning beans. A can exploded, t h r o w i ng hot water, beans and glass in her face and on her arms; Mr and Mrs Tom. Trenary and Kenneth Trenary, Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle were Sunday guests at the home ol! Mrs Edith Trenary at Ledyard. Lieutenant and Mrs Jerry Nelson of Washington, D. C. arrived Thursday evening to spend the weekend with the Wendell Ohristensen's. .Mr and Mrs George Koestler and family went to Stewartville, Vlinn. recently where they visited Mrs Koestler's brother and family, the Lester Lovstads. They also visited her uncle, the Myron Holly Nelson picnicked at Iowa Lake Sundnv. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen and Beverly, Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen and Linda and Helen Harms went to Tuttle Lake Sunday where tfiey enjoyed a picnic and boating. A pdt luck supper was held at the Martin Becker home at Algona in honor of George Becker's birthday and also in honor oJ Mrs Tom Johns and family of Hanover, Indiana. Others attending were Mr and Mi's Thees Shnakenberg and family of Lu- Verne, Mr" and Mrs Frank Becker and family, the George Beckei family, Mr and Mrs Harold Becker, Mr and Mrs Ros'coe Mawdsley and family, Delore Mawdsley, Newton, Ray Me whprter and Mr and Mrs Glen Hain, Algona. A family reunion was held at the home of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy a week ago Sunday. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Elvin Keepers and Mr and Mrs OJlie Kruse of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Elmer Erickson of Rodman and Mr and Mrs M. L. Brown of Hum'boldt, South Dakota, and Mrs Richard Samuelson' and Sharon of Colorado Springs, Colo. Mrs Samuelson and Sharon have been visiting, the past three or four weeks with Mrs Kennedy. 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