The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 31, 1957 · Page 2
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1-AHpiw fla.) Vfftt Bw J1, Ex-Wesleyan Top Accountant Mpls, Hospital Wesley — Leon Swanson. son of Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson. moved his family and household goods from Fairmont, Minn, to Minneapolis Monday, Jan. 21. He will be chief accountant in the Swedish Hospital and will replace another Wesleyan. Gordon Johnson, who has moved to Des Moines to be an accountant in the Iowa Methodist hospital. Mr Johnson is a son of Rev. and Mrs O. M. Johnson, former pastor of the Evangelical Free churches in Wesley, Britt and Upper Flat. Inger Alne, R. N., a cousin of Sam Alne, is emloyed at the Swedish hospital. Larry Kleinpeter Weds Larry Kleinpeter, son of Mr and Mrs Vincent Kleinpeter, was married January 20 to Anita Hoison in Miramar Navy Chapel near San Diego, Calif. His Brother 2/C petty officer Dean Kleinpeter, was present at the wedding. Dean was recently transferred from U.S.S. Bayfield to Coronado, Calif. On Honor Roll Honor roll students in the first Semester in high school are: Katherine and Mary Girres, Janet Goetz, Judy Pfeffer, Roger Flom, Donna Bleich, Andy Huff, Charles Heinan, Joy Vitzthum, Marjorie Becker, Ruth and Gloria Wise, Sharlene Martin, Marilyn Harr, Jean Price, Julia Nygaard. In the grades: Jo Ellen Swan- sun, Dennis and Lorraine Funnemark, Nadine Engen, James Rogness, Diane Robinson, Marilyn Skow, Richard Kraus, Carol Girres and Louise Skow. Undergoes Operation Mrs Esther Skow,. a former Wesley vicinity resident, had a gall bladder operation, Jan. 25 at the Boone County hospital. Her two sisters, Mrs Fred Bentele and Mrs Selma Carlson were with her Jan. 24-27. Her son Harold Skow of Seattle, Wash, is expected February 7 for several 'days visit. He will be enroute West front*- a .four ,weeks,,LB,M. training school in Connecticut. C.D.A. Activities »'The Catholic' Missionary Society will meet Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 6. Mary Wingert and Anna Cjnk will serve lunch. V The C. D, of A-*s will meet that evening. Mildred Arndor- Jer, Ruth Schrouth, Marjorie Goetz, Josie Gouge, Irene Hanig 1 and Agnes Lickteig will serve }unch. t' Elaine Downs, Minnie Bleich, Wilma Froelich, Josie Lickteig, /Mary Thomas and Rita Youngwirth will be in charge of entertainment; Gqesls At Floras Mr and Mrs Harold Flom of Lansford, North Dakota spent several days over the weekend at the parental H. H. Flom and Mrs Eunice Nelson homes. They had been at Wichita, Kan, where they visited their son Everett, wife and son. Another son Kenneth, Wife and four children live at jLansford, • . . . •' , Mr tad Mr* Harold Flom, Gunn«n and Mr and Mrs Mike Fk*& *ftd Rcg«f were Sunday evening dinner guests in the H&'fiar Flom home. Th« Harold Flams, Halvoi Fkros and Gunhild Flom were Monday evening dinenr guests in the Hike Flom home. A course of 4 missionary study meeting? trill be held Feb. 3, 10, 11, 17, and 24 in the Methodist church, 7:50 to 9 p.m. Mr and Mrs Ben Walker of West Bend were Sunday, Jan. 27 guests in the J. L. Walker home in honor of their daughter Ann who observed her 4th birthday on Monday, Jan. 28. Mrs J. L. Walker entertained her bridge club Saturday afternoon. Mrs L. T. Root and Mrs Martin Hamilton were guests. Mr and Mrs Jerry McCurry and son Bobby of Humboldt were Sunday, Jan. 27 guests in the parental, Wm. J. Green home. Mrs Joe Smith of Buffalo Center spent Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs Albert Lickteig and family. * Saturday guests in the Dr Paul Warner home were her parents, Mr and Mrs Will Wall of Comfry, Minn. Sunday guests were her sister and brother-in- law, Mr and Mrs A. C. Discher and family of Darfur, Minn., and cousins, Mr and Mrs David Qaurnstrom of Darfur, Minn, and two brothers, Marvin and Douglas Wall of Comfry. Charlotte Wise, Carrie Engen and Joyce Smith of Des Moines, Walter Smith and Ted Hansco of Iowa State College, Ames, spent the weekend in their respective homes. Mr and Mrs Ben Wagner of Fort Dodge spent the weekend in the Al Wagner home. I I GOOCH'S BEST We hove a • Good Supply of I I • Dairy Feed • Hog Feed • Laying Feed WIH. DOUBLE Red Circle Points Remember, all Gooch Red Circle Points may be traded for useful persona] and household Items. So now Is the time to add to your col-, lection of Red Circle Points. mil CHICK STARTll Next time you corn* In lei lit tell you all about our tpectal offer for the com* Ing chick teoson— JO Ibs. Cooch't Bait Chick Starter for 100 Red Circle Points, Dairy, Hog and laying reed i frprn u* new \ and gel Double the Number of Red Circle) Point* (JflDtHS SHOWS BEST 5 Algona Produce A* we are dissolving partnership w» will hold a complete closing- put sale at the farm located 4 miles south and '/< mile east of Swea City; or 2 miles north and 4 miles west of Bancroft; or 4 miles east and I miles north and '/« mile east of Seneca, on , .. Wednesday, Feb. 6 Sale Stert* at 12 Noon Lunch Wagon on Grounds 22 - HEAD OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE - 22 CONSISTING el 9 fresh cows, 3 with second calf. Three with 3rd «H and two with 4th calf, 1 springer ROW coming with 4th calf, two Zndncalf heifers to wive about April 1. One cow bred in Nov- ^mber. One cow bred in September. Three springing 1st calf heifers, Two yearling heifers—open, Four im§U heifer calves, These cattle are all TB and Bangs tested wifh no reactors and an individ- wD health certificate will be lurnishsd with each animal, ; FULL LINE POWER MACHINERY lota Deere model B 1199 tractor; IHC 10-30 tractor on rubber; John Deere 299 &MCB planter on rubber; John Deere 12'ft. d|«c; John fi'lt. elevator,' hoist and speed ja<&; New Idea tractor manure ler in 0ood condition; John Deere Mt, power mower; John „ 2'bottom W plow; Oliver 8>ft, rollover spring tooth harrow; 2-row cultivator; John Deere 4>iectlen drag; Gehl hammer- urn ffl^k -Iftftw* b«W; *»1t, Mc-Deering binder, used M wind' rrMawsota hay loader; IHC 3-bar side delivery hay rakp; " in Monigom«ry Ward heavy duty farm trailer; W»gi "j fitraigb.t wagon b>»; Steel running gear; Day r rr-,p> I £ _-_ iT^! •**-*-= - -^ - ^-, - -T- -.- - » T7-^- i I", • W 1W ^ ^ ^ 110-gal,,sa» Jwrfel w«b noie, nowje sod ,«sw», IVt ivpa ftwj itOfkJw^ wtt*» |»9 hog twder. 1 Pnde 9! Twn 16-bu; hog feeder; irougas,- 4 wpefl Hog troughj;' Automatic "pressure chicken waierer. new. JW «>». and .. 9! lit »ad 2nd cutting alf alfa-bremeTAlwut R»W'"»e#dUig aMalfaj About i.480 bujhels o4 ear corn; 110 bwhfls «4 Miwuri 04Q5 lor 14 Met water beater; IHC creara separator with »*nk. Not for AscidenU 5 PiTttSON & VERGIL JENSEN R. fe T'ZS^IiillP*:*'^ Mr and &tf8 0*o*ge Greminer moved to a farm vacated by Ralph Wermersons, Jan. 22. Wermcrtons bought the farm vacated by tht Qftntmer family and moved the same day. Mr and Mrs Robert Monson and family of Bradgate were Sunday guests in the parental. Mrs Eunice Nelson home. Mrs Charpel Hauswirth and children of Corwith visited Alan Jordan and his grandmother, Mrs Bettie Wester Saturday afternoon. Mesdames O 11 o Henderson. Mike Flom, Paul Engen, Paul Erdman, and Al Wagner went to Britt Tuesday evening, Jan. 29. to assist in hospital office work Mr and Mrs Richard Smith and Gary went to Iowa City Sunday to see Mrs Smith's mother, Mrs John O'Brien of Mason City, who had surgery, Jan. 23. Mr and Mrs George Ricke were Sunday guests of Mrs Marie Ricke and family at Williams Sunday. In the afternoon they attended the silver wedding anniversary party for their former neighbors, Mr and Mrs John Holdgrafer at Williams. Mr and Mrs Arnold Stufflick and family of Kahawha were Sunday evening caller* at George Ricke home. Mr and Mrs Hugh Haverly and bsby Jerry Ray were Sunday dinner guests in the Mike Flofti home. Mr and Mrs Lou Cink entertained their 500 club Sunday evening. A good time was had by all. Mr and Mrs Carl JohnsOft spent Thursday with their sister-in-law, Mrs David Johnsort of Corwith, who is ill. Mrs Lester Larson and Mrs Paul Warner entertained 18 women at a coffee party Friday afternoon, Jan. 25 in the Warner home in honor of Mrs Oscar Johnson of San Jose, Calif., W(h/) is a house guest of her sister* Mrs Percy Carlsson and Rev. Carlsson. The baby boy born to M. 'and Mrs Kenneth Forburger Saturday, Jan. 19, was baptized Ronald Joseph, Sunday aftornooh in St. Joseph's Catholic chufch by Rev. L. N. Klein. The infant's grandmother. Mrs Tom Forburger ahd his grandfather Urban Lickteig were sponsors. Mr and Mrs Maurice DeBoer entertained their 500 club Sun* day evening,'Jan. 27. Gayle Stu- der won high score prize fol men, Mrs Studer for women, R« E. Newbrough, low for men and Mrs Bartley, low for women. Kenneth Beenken, a student at Morningfide College, Siouk City, spent the January 27 weekend at the parental, Hans Beenken home. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Beenken of Fort Dodge were Sunday guests in the parental home. Harold Seifert of Mason City is spending some time here with his mother, Mi's Mary Seifert. Erwin Haynes, who had spent two weeks in the home of his sister, Mrs Ed Farnum and family at Shenandoah came home Friday to recuperate from surgery at his parental, P. C. Haynes home. Mr and Mrs Frank Bleich, Mi and Mrs; Henry Arndorfer, Mi and Mrs Lester Larson, Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease went to Des Moines Monday morning where they attended the three-dais annual Farmer's Grain Dealers convention. jj Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly were Sunday afternoon and evening guests in the Jack Kutchara home. LttVirne Girl Is Engaged • Mr and Mrs F. F. Fett announce the engagement of their daughter, Bonnie Mae, abova to Ataft Croonqultt, son of Mf fnd Mrs Oscar Croonquist oi Moorland. Hie wedding will take filace idler the graduation of bride-elect who will graduate ffoift thf LuVerne High School in May. Mr Croonquist graduated from Moorland and attended Iowa State for a year and then entered the army services. Me is how farming southwest of Moorland. Resident For H Years Succumbs Here Funeral services for Mrs HPIV rietta Daub, 91, a resident of this area for the past 74 years, wre held Monday at 2 p.m, in McCullough's Funeral Chapel. Rev. O. G. Hallauer, Congregational minister, officiated, and burial was in Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers at the funeral were Matt Strett, Hugh Raney, Lewis Ferguson, Ed GHteore, Rudy Willreit *nd Harry Ward. Mrs Daub died Saturday morning at St. Ann hospital. She had been, a patient there since Monday, Jan. 21. ' Henrietta Hartmaft, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Hartmah, was born Jan. 30, 1865, £t Grandville, 111. She would have been 92 years old Wednesday, Jan. 30, this year. She came to this area at the age of 18 to homestead 160 acres of land in Cresco township, and resided here from that time on. She was married to John L. Daub here and they farmed until m6ving to Algona in 1920. Mr Daub died in 1939. The couple had no children. A brother and two sisters preceded Mrs Daub in death. Survivors include a brother, Victor Hartman of Grandville, 111. At Pastor's Meeting Rev. Dr. L. A. Preul and Key. TT. E. White, Algona, the Rev. Harvey Walker, Fenton, and the Kev. Paul Hanscn of Lone Rock will be among 240 Iowa Methodist ministers attending the annual Iowa Pastors' School ^m Ml •* ***"" MSV •• ~~ • TREK'S ALL YOU DO... ' A . . ^ _——* M* t nt*O * t r^i » '9^ <v^ ^» ^r i^w- COUNCIL-OAKS PLAN. rite CAMMG/sreB \TAP£$ -WONDERFUL TOO/ PP/CeS FOR n&fW*\ m && I w^or your fcburch or club. ADDITIONAL FREE GIFTS AVAILABLE SOON J """ 5 - ^••k. aU ft" OH TS [TOMATO SOUP U. S. GRADED "GOOD" BEEF POT ROASTS 100% PURE 3 ibs. 87C Lb. GROUND BOSTON STYLE >»«». 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