The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 1, 1959 · Page 20
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mn^f *„, , t , v K4P, »- t; (fo.) Upp«r Das M6ift« Thursdoy, Oct. 1, 1759 Lakoialady Fractures Arm In Home Fall , Lakcla — Mrs Emma Smith "suffered a fall in her home Wed- 'nfesday evening and sustained a jfraetu/e of her right arm. About "a year ago Mrs Smith had another *fall and received three fractures .in her left arm. She was taken to »the hospital in Buffalo Center and 'released to the home of her * daughter-in-law, Mrs Pearl Smith ^Saturday. "Class Officers Named "• The classes in High School el- *ected their class officers. They are *as follows: * Seniors — Thomas Julius, pres.; "Lauren Heidecker, vice-pres.; "Mark Eichorn, sec.; Jerry Lunn, * treas. * Juniors —- Linda Koppen, pres.; "Alice darken, vice-pres.; Ivan Sunde, sec.; John Cordes, treas. ' Sophomores — Paul Geilen. dfeldt, pres.; Larry Becker, vice- '•pres.: Arloyn Erdahl, sec.; Kent ^XJerzema, treas. I! Freshman —-, Paul Boetlcher ..pres.; Kvirtis Rusher, vice-pres. 'Itobert Sunde, sec.; Carmen Cook "treas. Buying Station Now Operating At Livermore man and her father, Johft^Hetti, |tft tor the fUeft Tn Sf. were Sunday guests in Earl Zimmerman hwrtie at Goldfield. Mr and Mrs Dennis S«chuk and children of Mora, Minn, were wet k ktnd visitors with their parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz and Mr and Mrs Otto Ramus families. Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson, Craig a«d Michele of Rutland visited her mother, Mrs Marie Stoddard Sunday, Mrs Alvin Weber visited Friday in the home of her aunt, Mr* Celia Fitzgerald in Boone. Other visitors were Mrs Weber's mother, sister, Mrs Lulu Jordan and Edna Jordan of Des^Moinea and their son and brother Joe Jordan of San Jose, Calif. Mr and Mrs Swen Brcvod, San Jose, Cal., concluded their visit with cousins, Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly Saturday. Mrs Amelia Olson of Man* kato, Minn., is visiting her daughter, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Hanselman and daughters, the Edwin _ .ose attending ,„. V. E, Hfizelhoft, ftt John Myman, Bob Claude Gatrost, Daify .. Clarence Gardner, ^ Vfm Bol Jacob Petersort, v lt6^ valvick, _^. mer ^ebon, Everett Johfsl&is, Donad Swanson and Gr'ac'e Baker. The Ole Kvam^idales returned last weekend from a Mp , with the Ludwig Jbhnsons of Bet^ss- rord, S. D. The two couples visited the Black Hills. The Wm. Bolands, Suaatt aftd Bob and Terry, Smith visited at !.he Bill Boland home in " ^ Dodge Saturday.- •• Sunday guests of Barney ahd Ann ttesvick wetfe the Robert Bryans and Kriati o! Te»tt f ' the Roger fi'fyans of Spirit Lake a'ftd the ttonald f atsew ahd family; of Forest City. The Eddie Bauers attended the wedding of her brother Wally Brunswld to Marion Christensen at the Estherville 'Lufchetan church Saturday, evening. Mrs 4-H Wins Fair Luther Officers '" The St. Paul's Luther L6agUe ""met Monday evening at the home •of Beverly Cushman. The Rev. L. 'R. Meinecke installed the follow- '*ing new officers lor the coming »year: . * • Pres., Daryle Christ; vice-pres., "Karen Price; sec., Gary Sheldahl; ^treas., Beverly Cushman; service 'promoter, Philip' Schroeder; spir- atual growth promoter, Alice wibt •ben; education, Linda Nitz; choral, 'Carolyn Blome; recreation, Carolyn Paulson; Bible camp, Paul ".Geilcnfeldt. ••"Band Mothers Mel '* The first Band Mothers meet- 'ing of the new school year was "'held Monday night in the school 'with Mrs Robert Addy, Mrs J. W. -Cook and Mrs V. A. Barrett as 'hostesses. . , I Mrs Addy, the president, called -the meeting to order. The pro<• gram committee for this year are 'Mrs Steve Tjaden, Mrs John R. ; Rippentropp, and Mrs Eddie I Brass. The ways and means com> mittee are Mrs P. C. Geilenfeldt, ' Mrs J. W. Cook, Mrs Myrl Cush} man and Mrs.V. A. Barrett. K. V, Cluppert Wilson &. Co. Inc, of Albert Lea, Minn., has announced the opening of a Livestock Buying Station at Livermore. -Kenneth V. Cluppert will manage the local station which will provide a daily cash market for - -hogs, lambs, calves and 'cattle. This station was previously owned and operated by J. F. Murphy of Livermore. Cluppert joined Wilson in June, 1957. He attended Mnrk- esan, Wis. high school and graduated from the University, of Wisconsin, majoring in animal husbandry. He was a second lieutenant in the Military Police Corps stationed at Ft. Gordon, Georgia and Ft, Sheridan, 111. and Carol Hansclngan families. Mrs Eleanora Eustace spent the weekend with her daughter Erna, the Dclmar Blankenhagen family at Fort Dodge. The LuVcrne Township Farm Bureau Homcmakers club met Sept. 17 in the Mrs Ernest Bon- nstettcr home. Guests were Mrs Gerald Richardson of Britt, Mrs Alfreda Clark, Algona and Mrs jois Brandt of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Clem Stripling and Mr and Mrs Dale Zentner enjoyed a weekend fishing at Winona, Minn. Craig Stripling celebrated his seventh birthday with a party Sept. 15, held in the rooms of the Zion Evangel ical Lutheran church. Guests were his second grade classmates, teacher, Gertrude Galloway, Mrke Stripling, Tommy Zentner, Kim and Kirk Nielson. Mrs Bobby Caudle and children and his mother, Mrs Robert Caudle, Ellsworth, visited Friday with Mrs Jessie Sanford, mother of Mrs Bobby Caudle. ' Ann Hamilton'^ ' JDen . of Cub •* Scouts met Monday '.night at the '/Hamiltoh home' 'where, they had !* lunch- and then went to view the >* Huetther* Gardens. ' 4 • Mrs Henry. Olthoff returned home 3 on Thursday 4rom?,Rochest- er, Minn, whei^ "she had been for « check xio« ' Mr and Mrs Earl Paulsen, Eugene and Marcia went to Fairmont Sunday where they visited her sister, Mrs William Coombes. Lurene Barrett of the Mercy School of Nursing in Des Moines and a friend, Alan Histocks of Des Momes spent the weekend at the parental V. A. Barrett home. " - Mr and Mrs Lauren Thompson ;: and family, Mr and Mrs George t . Wernpen and family of Buffalo /• Center and the Howard Thomp*' sons of Bancroft were at the-Ev*'* erett Thompson home in Ledyara "Monday evening to help Mrs M Thompson celebrate her birthday «• - Dorothy Koppen invited friends and-neighbors in to celebrate her mother's birthday Sept. i». Mrs Virgil Lewis of Denver, who has been visiting relatives in this area.^was .honored at a Iam. ily gathering Thursday evening at the Wilson Brack home. Others present Vwere Mr and Mrs Hugh Cewis and sons, Mr and Mrs Laurence Lewis and family, Howard and F. T. Lewis. • Enter Nursing School Mary Kay Knoll, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Larry Knoll, Algona, has enrolled in the division 01 nursing at St. Ambrose College, Davenport. _ . BETTER PRINTING for less 1 *,v- Upper Des Moines Pub.. Co., LuVerne Band Names Queen For Festival LuVerne — Rosemary Carrol was elected queen to represen the LuVerne high school bane at the annual band festival to be held in Algona Oct. 3. Rosemary, daughter of Mr .am Mrs Dennis Carroll of LuVerne is a senior.' Her high schoo activities iAclude: band, barito.il horn, twirling, majorette, basketball, softball, mixed chorus, girls glee club, homecoming freshman queen and member of the an- Bauer poured cblfee for the ception and her son Jerry was ring bearer for the wedding, Supt, and Mrs Ed Stewart at-' tended the county superintendent's picnic at the home df the Supt. Quintard at Algona Sept. 0, The Truman Johnsons and Terry visited at the home of Dr. and Mrs Earl DeZeeuw at Oriri, 111. over the weeeknd, and with Mrs Johnson's parents the Ira Bromleys at Clinton. The Swea City school board and their wives and the faculty and partners had a pot luck picnic Sunday evening at the school. The Dillard Bishops visited iunday evening at the hoitfe of Mr and Mrs Roy Harbour.. In >wea City. • >; The Emil Haase 'family were Sunday guests of the Harry" Vig- .als at Armstrong. More than 45 million of'the'51 million U.S. households will receive a newspaper today. Fourteen Kossuth County 4-H boys and girls exhibited, judged! and demonstrated at the district 4-H show at Spencer Sept 1440, Members exhibiting!* animals In the beef division and their tHatf* ings were Nancy, Ringsdori oi Burt, first place light heavy weight Hereford ahd fifth-place medium weight ArtgUSj Gary Prietoe of Algoha, secohd place light weight'Angus steer, first place Angus .prbduce heifer and .first place Angus yearling heifer; Tom Henry 6f Algona, third and 14th pldce" medium weight Angus steers; Duane Hubert df LuVerne, 47th plate ^medium weightvAngus; Ava'Erpelding of Bode, eighth place heavy weight Shorthorn; Nick Erpelding, Bode, eleventh place light -Weight Shorthorn; David Lynch, <Lotie Rock, fourth place medium heavy weight Hereford. tRosstith County group &f five Angus, third place. Nancy Rinasdorf won second place in the district junior-showmanship contest.. Allen and Russell Bode of the Algona 4-H club Wdn a,blue ribbon in their junior demdn* stratio'n "Bottling Bloat." James Menke of the Greenwood club received a red on his presentation of "How to build- a hog hurdle herder." The Kossuth County judging team placed'second. Gary iBan- wart of'Ottosen WaS^highest scor- more. '^Mosaics §o Modern" was-'tfte title of the demonstration represented KoS^ith €oUttt#- at the Cla£ C!6utlty Fair. '' Skow afid'Mavl* Ky^a^rd, bers of the'teafti from Wizards 44£ clUfe'.i'eturMd wl a 5 blue __ar« jorie Holrttt mu^ie ahd re- crefttkmi afld Sharon Willrett, librarian. LuidA.Oodds, Margaret Qlaser ' charge Irvingtdn ideals . v The - Irvingtott' Meals' 4-iS club met Sept. '19 "'at the Clarence Arndorfer horhe. Thfee iie% rnembers, Elaitte" tll P6cfcti,. Attrt Peri'tori an4 Victoria." 'Slesmer, were preietit. - Nerfo 1 ' officers .were elected, Bonnie tBristow was" named president! 'Mary Janice Arridof%ri vice pre§"ideiiit! Gonhie Arndorier, secretarVf Linda Bristow t treasurer"; ,'• Betty Wickwire, historia'h;. Ellen - Siem- ing member on a team in, the contest with' a score of 310 and Duane -Hilbert ,of LuVerne Was fourth place individual with a score of 303. Other team members and individuals taking part in the contest were Tom Nurre, Bancroft; John T. Ruger, Fenton, and Arthur Mogler, Whitte- IOWA'S C5OS1? 9% LESS WITH Between 1 Jiiiy 1, 1958 and May 31, 1959, the per- mile cost of Iowa's Modern Asphalt Highways was 25.9% less than comparable cement highways built during the same period. Both stand up equally well, and Modern Asphalt costs no more to maintain. ' ; V n • £ '- '• '^ If you or? $our organization wpuldjike^mdre details on -this important .issue, .just 'betid' ajreq^st to the Address " ASPHALT PAVING ASSOCIATION OF IOWA 72O Grand Avenue • . Des Moines, Iowa Swea City News By Mrs Cecil' Godfredson ON DISPLAY! FRIDAY! SPACIOUS! P03SED1 BEAUTIFUL! LIVELY! nual stafif. The annual Fireman's Ball will be held at the Star Ballroom, Dakota City, Oct. 10. Mrs Earl Manning was hostess to the J. J. Club Friday" afternoon in the Methodist church. Mrs Donald 'Morriss was a guest, Mrs Jerry Wolf presented - the lesson and Mrs Bernard Wolf presided. Mr and Mrs Walter, Knicker of Bensenville, 111. were weekend visitors in the William and'Ro- bert Bigings homes. The August Dontjcs visited Sunday afternoon at the David Dontje home. , Ten young people of the Baptist church attended the Baptist Association meeting of the BYiF at Fort Dodge Sunday. Those attending were Diane and Darlene Mino, Carrol Franks, Judy Pulver, Jerry 'Hesvick, 'Roge'r Sanders, Jerry and Larry Kluger, Fred and Wendell Link and Mrs Lowell Larson. Clarence Tokheim of Jewell visited at the Sam Link home Saturday evening. Mrs Herb Papenfuhs and Mary and a friend and Mrs Sam Link attended a bridal shower for June Cassem, daughter of the Les Cassems of Fort Dodge, at the Walter-Cassem home in Fairmont on Sunday afternoon.. A group of neighbor ladies held a farewell pai'ty for Mrs Chester Fischer Tuesday afternoon. The 'Fischers are moving to another part of Swea City from thqir present home. The Mr and 'Mrs John C. Zimmer-ladies brought the lunch and Investment Securities and Mutual Funds WE OFFER AS AN EXAMPLE: Affiliated Fund Broad Street Investing Corp. Chemical Fund Electronics Investment Corp. Fidelity Fund Fundamental Investors Incorporated Investors Massachusetts Inv. Trust Minnesota Fund, ,lnc. National Investors Keystone Custodian Funds Wellington Fund HANDLING 100 MUTUAL FUNDS ..V Large Stock pf *>.$'<• MnHflitd y-'- l ^^i l L'^ t ^ ,• ^\. j ?.J?rp|rtpt ^eryl(?ff • fei#?l^B^4H'Times 1 ' All Offerings By Prospectus LESLIE C. LARSON Ringsted, Iowa. 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