The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1967 · Page 3
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 3

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1967
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Several From Whittemore Are Hospitalized WHITTEMORE —- Edward Maahs entered Lutheran Hospital, Ft. Dodge, last Monday for observation. Mrs. Dora Faulstich, patient in Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, is reported in serious condition. Edwin Greinert entered Palo Alto Hospital, Emmetsburg, Wednesday suffering a heart attack, but at last report he had Improved slightly. - o - Mrs. Margurite Heinrlch entertained Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith entertained their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth Heidenwith of Estherville, at a dinner at Van's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Zimmerman and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Siems returned home Saturday from their week's fishing trip at Deer River, Minn, and report that the weather up north was better than here. Mrs. Mathilda Meyer spent several days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Gertrude Ruhnke, Lotts Creek. A number of relatives gathered at the Herman Voigt home Satur- day to help Mrs. Voigt celebrate her 76th birthday. Present were William Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Espe, Mrs. Arthur Mathers and Arlene, Rosella Voigt, Algona, and Mrs. Bertha Ostwald, Cedar Falls. Mark Bonnstetter received his honorable discharge from the U. S. Army and returned home last Wednesday from Germany where he had been the past 22 months. Swea Couple's Chinchillas Paying Off SWEA-EAGLE-Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Brones, who live in Eagle township, have had an interesting hobby for the past several years. They became interested in raising and breeding of chinchillas. The couple started with ten, eight females and two males, and have increased their herd to 48 breeders, with 72 young. It has been an interesting and rewarding experience. An unusual litter was produced by one female when she had five babies. They are now seven weeks old and all healthy. The normal litter is from one to three, with two litters a year. The animals are pelted out at nine months to a year. Fur quality is determined by density and Haul the big load, over roughest ground Fill 'urn full! No need to worry tliose Stan-Hoist Wagon units can really take it. The Stan-Hoist running gear (choose from 8 or 10-ton), hoist, and all metal box are "unitized" into one complete unit. You get capacity with Stan-Hoist too! 240, 280, or 320 cubic feet means you can haul bigger loads up to 300 bushels, make less trips to and from your fields. You'll find that your Stan-Hoist Wagon will give you all season ... all purpose use- fullness . . . haul corn, grams, cobs, silage! Make a wise investment. Buy Stan-Hoist Wagon units. Well built, channel construction, multi-braced galvanized steel floor and specially reinforced sides that nerd no spreader chains are outstanding features. Stan-Hoist Wagon units arc big. bold workers that you can count on. Buy Stan-Hoist all purpose farm wagons. We'll Demonstrate Call us today! JOE BRADLEY EQUIPMENT Algona, la. 295-2421 color. It is in a class with ermine and sable. The Broneses are required to keep a history of each animal. All animals are in individual cages. All of the equipment has been made by Mr. Brones. The chinchillas live on hay and pellets, and a formula, which is mixed by Mrs. Brones and fed with a teaspoon to each animal every day. The Broneses began this interesting hobby with intentions of making it into a business in a few years, but this year they retired from farming, plan to travel some, and will soon disperse their herd. - o - POPPY RE PORT Buddy Poppy Day was termed a success this year, due to many favorable factors - a beautiful fall day, willing workers and generous donors. Members of the Auxiliary of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, who made the poppy posters we re Mrs. Ed Blair, Mrs. George Eden, Poppy Chairman, Mrs. Ed Berggren and co-chairman, Mrs. Amery Charlson. Gross receipts this year were $91.78. - o - Sunday callers at the home of the Alvin Godfredsons were her brother and family, the Robert Gappas of Ayrshire. Shirley Sullivan, student at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, visited at the parental Francis Sullivan home over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Peterson became parents of their third daughter Oct. 1 at the Fairmont Community Hospital. The little miss weighed 7 pounds. Grandparents are the Otto Falks, Spicer, Minn., and the R. E. Petersons, Swea City. The Raymond Pichts, Armstrong, and the Gordon Skhals, Minneapolis, visited at the Wayne Pichts and the Clyde Thaves at Waverly Sunday. The Allen Mathers were Friday evening visitors at the Terry Johnson home. Sunday evening the Johnsons visited at the home of her parents, the William Hansens, Ringsted. George Anderson left Sunday to attend a Purina training school at St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson of Chicago came Saturday to visit until Thursday with their daughter, Mrs. George Anderson. -103- Mary Jane Williams, Lucas county's oldest resident, was feted by a host of friends and relatives on Sept. 27 at McCord Nursing Home where she resides. Mrs. Williams counts 98 descendants including nine living children. PUFF BALL A 5 1/2 Ib. puff ball mushroom was found by Curtis Daggs near Eldora last month. Puff balls are edible and grow primarily in the fall. This one was four feet around. •••••••i Blue jeans or blouse... Launder 'em fast ^^ I ^^ ^^Tl^l ^^ £1 I l\ / I ^'^ an automatic electric laundry, V? I V? V<* i»l I V_/juAl I y I there's no need to panic when you •/ discover Sonny needs a fresh pair of jeans in the morning—or Sister's dress needs laundering before tomorrow. They'll be clean in mfnutes in your automatic electric washer. Just pop them in .the electric clothes dryer and they'll be fluffy dry before you know it. You'll waltz through washday ... no matter what the weather . . . with an automatic electric washer and dryer in your home. Algona Municipal Utilities Lions Halloween Party Set Here For Oct. 31 The annual Algona Lions Club Hallowe'en party for area children will be held Tuesday, October 31, at the Algona athletic field. A parade will start off the festivities at 7 p.m. from the corner of State and Harlan streets. Costumes will be judged in various categories and cash prizes and certificates will be awarded to the winners. Coffee and doughnuts will t>e served to parents and milk and cookies will be available for the children. Chairman of the event this year for the Lions is Joe Bradley, Jr. All parents and children in the Algona area are invited to attend. Team Victorious Bruce Sundet of Algona, captain of the Luther College cross country team, led his outfit to a 29-26 victory over Northern Iowa at Decorah Tuesday. Winner of the run was Tom Denney, Northern, in 21:22 while Sundet finished second. Team points are based on order of finish by the entire team. Luther now has a 3-1 record this fall. HiiiiiHimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiwttiiiiiiiitffliiiiiiiiiiniif Fenton Chit - Chat Ladies from the Fenton \V.S.C.S. attended the Guest Day Thursday at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Laabs, St. Ansgar observed their 45th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house at the Deer Creek Lutheran Church, Carpenter. Those attending from here were Mr. And Mrs. Wilfred Laabs and Fern, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Laabs and Brenda, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. George Meinke, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Laabs and girls, Miss Amanda Schutt, Mr. and Mrs. Delond Bolte and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thilges and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mortenson and Kathy. The Neighborhood Birthday Club met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Art Voigt for her birthday. Those attending were Mrs. Frank McFall, Mrs. Margaurite Weisbrod, Mrs. Roelf Miller, Mrs. Ed Sclilei and Mrs. Amanda Kern. Mrs. Ida Simmons, Fairmont; Mrs. Lena Jentz and Mrs. Edna Mueller visited Sunday afternoon at the Mrs. Carrie King home at Algona and attheBobHannahome at Lone Rock. Renee Douglas and Collyn Bridges, Mason City were Sunday dinner guests at the Clifford Douglas home, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Void and family, Lake Mills and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen and family were Sunday dinner guests at the S. E. Straley home for Mr. Straley's birthday. Mrs. Kenneth Steine, Fairmont has teen spending a week at the Eugene Mansager home at Fargo, No. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. Luverne Hammerstrom and Dean, Pocahontas; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bierstedt and Mr. and Mrs. Kenley Zwiefel and Arron were Sunda? afternoon and supper guests at the Ray Zwiefel home. Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. Bruhn and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Cayle Meyer home at Whittemore. - 100- Mrs. Hattie Fiser, Ladora, celebrated her 100th birthday at Ladora Methodist Church, of which she is a charter member. Mrs. Fiser has lived her entire life in Iowa county, having l«?en born in a log cabin 2-1/2 miles south of Ladora on Sept. 25,18G7. Last year, at 99, she took a trip to Missouri witli relatives and enjoys keeping stride with the present. thursday, Oct. 12, 1967 Alflona (la.) Upp»r DM MdlftM-l JUBILEE Rt. Rev. Msgr. Luigi G. Ll- gutti returned to Assumption Church, Granger, to commemorate his fiftieth anniversary of his ordination. Msgr. Ligutti has traveled to all parts of the world since 1941 from his present headquarters in Rome as Int'l. Director of National Catholic Rural Life Conference. Msgr. Ligutti was pastor at Granger from 1926 to 1941. '""THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL F«n»on, Iowa Experienced Embalmeri and Funeral Director! 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