The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1957 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 7, 1957
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Erpelding Sale One of 21 In February Bbran Williams, aged 40, died 1ft Greensboro, N. C. last week. He was the son of #*& l*t« Lloyd Williams and Mrs Esther Wfll- iatriS who operated a Cafe in Wesley several years when Doran was a small boy. His mother, widow and two children survive. Kim Marie Martinek, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek, Was a patient in the Britt hospital Friday night for medical care. Mr and Mrs Sam Alne arrived home Thursday from a 3 week* visit with their son Irving Alne and wife at Van Nuys, Calif. Swea & Eagle By Mrs Emil lerson One of the heaviest mbnlh* of farm iale> in Kouuih county history is taking place this February, The above picture shows a partial view of the crowd that attended the A. N. Erpelding sale southeast of Algona last Thursday. Last week's Algona Upper Des Moines earned listings for 21-sales-which either took place fast week or will sometime the balance of this month. There are several reasons for the sales. In some instances, families are just quitting fanning. In others, farms are being consolidated, or have been sold to new owners forcing the tenants to move if they cannot find new places to farm. A listing of sales coming up in the near future will be found elsewhere in today's Upper Des Moines. (UDM photo & engraving). LakotaP.T.A. Turnout Is Good, Monday Lakoia — The P.T.A. met Mon- iay night 'with a good attendance. Mrs C. C. Gerzema announced the following program: Poem "Trouble at our House", Susan Head. "The Old Arks A Mover- in", and "Street Urchins Song." Gerald Heetland, Robert' SheJ- dahl, Michael Vodraska and Craig Meyer; Skit, "Jimmie The Culprit": Mrs Henry Johnson ana Mrs John V. Dorenbush. Mrs Erpelding of Estherville, District President, was the speaker. Mr and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner and family visited his parents, Mr and Mrs v John Hoeppner at Calumet Sunday. Mr and Mrs W. C. Vodraska visited their son John and family at their new home in Spencer, Monday. They had only recently moved there ; from Cherokee. John is employed by the Bell Telephone Company. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Lewis entertained at a birthday dinner, Jan. 27 for their daughter Connie Sue and her aunt, Mrs Wilson Brack. Other guests were Mr Brack and Roger, F. T. Lewis and Howard and Mr and Mrs Dale Bryant of Perry. Larry Gerzema has completed his four year course at Macalester College in St. Paul. However he will not graduate until June. Mrs Lauren Thompson spent several days at Park Hospital in Mason City for observation and x-rays. . Rev. Harlan Kruse accompanied by George Ennen attended a special meeting of Presbytery at Fort Dodge, last Monday. Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen visited their son Lamont and family at Bancroft Friday night. Mr and Mrs Paul Kockjer moved Saturday into the ,/orm- er Helmcr Hansen home which they have purchased. Mr and Mrs Wayne Hanson and family of Algona visited Sunday evening in the Cort HOG RAISERS! A NEW EASY WAY TO HEIP CONTROL Nutritional ANEMIA . In Suckling And Growing Pigs With GEERLINGS TERRATONE EASY TO FEED NO MIXING! NO DOSING! Feed It Just As It Comes From The Bag FEED MILLS, INC., WATERLOG, Phone - Write, or Pick Up A FREE SAMPLES Of TERRATONE From The Following Dealers Brown's Dairy Fed Service AifiONA w PHONI 190 Clark Grain Co. CALBRAITH - PHONE 101 W AIQONA 4-5 Rippetnrop home. Mr and Mrs Gene Theissen and the former's mother, Mrs Pete Theissen of Dolliver visited Friday with the elder Mrs Theissen's brother Wm. Kienitz. The Farm Bureau Homemakers will meet Friday, Feb. 8, with Mrs Arlpwe Blome with Mrs Ted Wallentitie, co-hostess. Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder moved Monday into the Dontje house on the acreage east of Gerled. Ronald has an unimproved farm nearby which he will work. , :. Mrs Ida Smith left Sunday for Fort Tjauderdale, Florida, to spend the-remainder of the winter with son Raymond and.fam- ily. She expected tp. visit a niece in Indiana ; for a week before going to Florida. Mr and' Mrs Herman Juttjng and Judy and Mr and Mrs Roger Meyer drove to Babbit, Minn. Saturday and returned Sunday. They visited Rev. and Mrs Virgil Smith and family, the former is a brother of Mrs Jutting. Tha Smiths moved to Babbit from-St. Peter, Minn, about a month ago. Rev. Sjtnith is pastor-of a-new Presbyigrjan congregation where construction of a church building is, sooij:to be started.. .$!r and Mrs Dale Mill of Storm Lake visited Mr and Mrs John Smith Sunday .afternoon. Silver Wedding, Geo. Goetz's Held, Wesley ' Wesley — Mr and Mrs George Goetz were pleasantly surprised on. their 25th wedding a&niver- sary, 1 Jan. 31, by their children, Agnes, Arlene and Paul who planned a party in their honor. A beautiful cake baked by Mrs Dennis .Carlson was centerpiece for the luncheon table. Guests were the Leo, Joe and Henry Goetz'families, Mrs Helen Johnson and Joe, George Rickes, John Menkes, Art Rickes, Clarence Dornbiers, Mr and Mrs Lou Goetz, Joe Millers and families and Ed Johnsons. A gift of silver dollars was presented and 500 was played at 5 tables. Mrs George Ricke held high score, Mrs Clarence Dornbier low. George Goetz and Clara Ricke were married Feb. 1, 1932 in the Wesley Catholic • Church and have farmed south of town ever since. J8ih Birthday Grace Goetz, daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Goetz, .observed her 18th birthday, Sunday, Feb. 3, by having dinner guests. They were classmates Charlene Downs, Marlys and Kay Goetz, Patsy Becker and Mary Lou Hanig. 45th Anniversary ^r and- Mrs August Carman observed their 45th wedding anniversary on Feb. 6. On Sunday a family "dinner party honored that event in the Qarrrxon homp. Guests were the Fritz pierces of Britt; Lauis Garmans of Liver- HWjrr, TNmas Germans D f Reiv wick; Robert Yphns of Minneapolis; Fhilip Goetz and Edward Germans of Weglpy and their families -and John G&rman at hpipe. . f *r«wpU Party , Mr and M.i' s Robert Richter. and family were honored at a farewell party, Jan. 24, in their home by a group of neighbors. They were the Jay Carlsons, W. |J. Smiths, Jake Sweers, Clarence Schaffej-s and Martin Franks who presented a blanket to'the Riei}. tei;s and spent a social evening. The Rjchters will move thjs month to a farm swth of iurt Mr .and Mr* Hft'ian Uectipi of iiaftawha wiU move to the f ar vvhei) }.he Rk'hters leave. weekend here. Sandra is a student nurse at the Methodist hospital. A son was born to Mr and Mrs Robert Richter,, Jan. 29, in the Buffalo Center hospital. He was named Harlan Lynn and joins a family of three other ,boys. Mrs Richter's mother, Mrs Jessie Boeckholt of Buffalo Center stayed with the Richter family for 10 days. . . . Sunday dinner guests in the Martin Hamilton home were Mr and Mrs H. G. Hamilton and Collette Kockler of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs John Sudmeier of Minneapolis; Mr and Mrs John Ham- -ilton arid family of Titonka; and Dennis Hamilton of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Luke Hamilton and daughters of Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Don Vogel of Lohrville spent Feb. 2-3 in the parental J; T. Meurer home. Vincent Richtsmeier .'of Minneapolis was a weekend jguest of his parents, the A. M. Richts- meiers. Mrs Lucy Brabee R. N. of Fort Dodge spent the weekend with Frank, Nell and, Minnie Frimml. v Mr and Mrs Lyle Huff of Mason City spent the weekend with his father, John Huff and Andrew and with her parents, the Andrew Reisings. Robert Goetz went to Leland Wednesday to help his sister and brother-in-law, the Tom Mc- Greeveys and twp children move to' Spencer where they h^ve purchased a home and where he is employed. * Mr and Mrs Oscar Johnson and Bob and -Mr and Mrs Ray Carlson and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Lester Blain home. Miss DeEtta Hall returned Tuesday from Chenoa, 111., where she visited her brother, George Hall for a week following surgery for Mr Hall. Craig Loebig of Iowa University, Iowa City, spent several days between semesters with his parents, the Bill Loebigs. Mi- and Mrs Cletus Studer were hosts to 6 couples Monday evening at a Neighborhood 500 party. Taflin triv, a group of entertainers including a Chimpanzee gave an interesting display of stunts and acrobatic ability at public school auditorium on Friday. Mr and Mrs Glen Smith and children visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Schultz of Britt on Friday, The first in a series of four missionary study classes was held Sunday evening in the Methodist .church. There wero classes for all age groups. Mr and-4VIrs George Seaberg and Mr and Mrs Joe Skow, Mr and Mrs L. L- Lease and Mr and Mrs Lester Larson visited a former Wesleyan, Mrs Esther Skow of Bpone who was a patient in a hospital there, •Mr and Mrs Robert Weiland and baby daughter of Ayer, Mass, arrived Feb. 4 in the parental Tony Ostercamp home for a 15- day furlough. He expects his air force discharges in" March. A daughter was,born Jan. 31 in Mersy hospital, Mason City to Mr and Mrs Ed Dusold. The mother is the former Hetty Ricjater. Mr and Mrs Harold Luken and two sons of Minneapolis spent Saturday, with his mother, Mrs Jennie Luken, a patient in St. Ann hospital. Hjg * sister, Mrs Viola Studer accompanied the Lukens to their'home in Minneapolis for a. several days visit. Clara Thompson of Kensal. N. D. is visiting her niece, Mrs Leo Engesser and family. Miss ihompson has been on a trip to Petersburg, Va. Mr and Mrs Albert Pavik left recently for Texas to spend somt time with their two sons and their I'aniiiies. 'I he boys are in army camps in Texas. Mr and Mrs Ervin Link and Mr and Mrs Wilbur Briggs will leave for a few weeks trip to Florida. Mrs William Thompson and Mrs Laurence Hanson visited Miss Shirley Grant at Estherville hospital Tuesday. Miss Grant, 6th grade teacher in the Swea City Community school, had the misfortune jto break a bone in her ankle when she and her pupils had a skating party at Burt's Lake. Mr and Mrs Fred Butterfield of Dolliyer were Saturday afternoon' visitors at Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen. . Mr and Mrs Roy Kluger have rented the Jensens' farm and wil move at an early date. Mr and Mrs Harold Roba Edith and Myrtle Molinder were Friday supper guests at Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson. Mrs Dean Swanson underwent surgery for gallstones at Estherville last week Thursday. She is recovering. Mrs Emil Larson took care of the Lowell Larsons' children Tuesday, while Mr and'Mrs Larson spent the day in De$ Moines. Lowell is a son of Mr and Mrs Emil Larson. Mr and Mrs Walter. Goranz- kowski are the parents of a son born Thursday, Jan. 31, at Fairmont Community .hospital. The baby weighed 9 pounds. Mrs Sam Link entertained at a birthday- party Saturday for her son Wendell. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson are parents of a daughter born Sunday, Feb. 3, at Holy Family ^hospital, Estherville. The baby |weighed 6 pounds and was named iJulia Joann. fitches who are visiting in California is that they will start hf>me Monday, Feb. 4th. They will protofttay arrive in Perry Wednesday. Mrs Ray Fitch has been writing Portland news during Mrs Victor Fitch's absence "So often it seems to be the fellow with the fewest facts who has the most opinions." Connie Priebe Wins Scholarship Connie Priebe, daughter 01 Mr and Mrs Berl Priebe of Algona, was one of three srtudents to receive four-year scholarships to Buena Vista College at Storm ake following the seventh annual high School Invitational Speech Conference held at th> college Friday. Miss Priebe, a senior at Algons ligh school, received a scholarship worth $200. More than 200 students from 19 Iowa high schools participated in the one- day conference. Four divisions discussion, debate, oratory and Thursday, Feb. f, 193? Algona (la.) Upper D** Motrt«-7 poetry reading, were featured at the conference. At Debate Meet Algnna high's B-squad debate team competed at'ainst A-squads in meet, held at Gustavus Adol- p-hus College at St. Peter, Mine. last week-end, and cafne throtifh with a creditable 2-8 wori-Mwt record. Dennis Schoby, Gary BW- nan. Fred Strahorn and Jim AH* dorson represented Algona <6n coach Dick Palmer's team. WANT ADS BRING fttstlLfS Thurs.,-Fri.,-Saturday (20c - 50t Matinee Saturday) Portland Twp. By Mrs, Victor Fitch Mr and MIPS Mjjjij Flora went to" Pos Moines 'Friday tg get their daughter Sandra why spent the When talking to Mrs Fern Drone, formerly of Portland, she to^d me her daughter Barbara was having a .birthday Jan. 38th. Said she .was nine years old and they were having a party for her that night. They live in Algona now but wjll move to a farm near Renwick in the near future. Their daughter Connie .was home on a few days vacation from Creighton University. She brought a schoolmate frbni Cheyenne, Wyo. with her. James Drone is working in California. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larson and Beverly, Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and Linda were dinner guests at Franz Teeters Sunday. Mr and Mrs Clarence Christenson were afternoon guests. Mr and Mrs Frank Beckej are parents of a baby boy born January 29th, at the St. Ann hospital. This makes them a family of four girls and two boys. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch visited Ray's sister, Mrs Mae Raney ot Algona Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larson, Mr and Mrs &uenton Bjustrom and Mr and Mrs Arie Dittmer took a waffle dinner and surprised, Mr and Mrs Otto Harlan Tuesday noon. It was the Harlan's thirty-seventh wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs F. E. Teeter visited Mrs Edith Teeter of Algona Monday afternoon- Mr and Mrs Lena Stockwell of Titonka were supper guests at the Elizabeth Kennedy and Tien- an brothers home Tuesday evening. The Jesse Harms family were dinner guests at the Andy Nauman homo Supday, .Elizabeth Kennedy's brother Elmer Erickson arid wife of Rodman were supper guests of Mrs Kennedy *md the Tiensn brothers Sunday night. Mrs Ray Fitch visited her sister Mrs gen Potter also her father, Charles Clark, at the Potter home Wednesday p.m Mj Clark celebrated his 94th birthday Tuesday, Jan. S}9th. 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