6-Atgeno fla.) Upper D«i Me!n« thomtey, February 14, 1957 Frank Schuller Dies, Formerly OfWhilfemore Wmttemore — Many relative* from here allended Hie funeral of Frank Schuller. fiii, hold in Zion Lutheran church at. Ayrshire. Monday afternoon. Mr Rchuller was the father of Mrs Melvin Henry and a brother nf John George and Thomas Schul- Icr and Mrs Carl F»reye of hero. besides a host of other relatives. He was one of eleven children of 1he late Mr and Mrs Albert Schuller who were Whittemoro residents after they retired from their farm now owned br their son Thomas in Lotts Creek. He grew to manhood in the Vicinity of Lotts Creek and on Oct. 15. 1919 he was united in marriage to Miss Alvina Schallin in Lotts Creek in Immanuel Lutheran church by the late Rev- Martin Fuerstnnau. For a number of yours they farmed in the Lotts Creek vicinity. They then moved on a farm north of F,m- me'.sbur.e. and after several years they moved to their farm near Avrshire. Ho has hrrn ailing for the? past two years following surgery and passed away Friday at his home, Mr and Mrs Schuller were the parents of two daughters and a son Ronald. The latter was killed in action in World War II. His wife and Mrs Melvin (Delorcsi Henry of here and Mrs E. B. K-.use (Loretta) of Royal survive. Mrs Schuller is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Schallin in Algona. Dies In No. Dakota Word was received by relatives here of the sudden death of Mrs Lena Ohm. 87. who died in Hankerson. No. Dakota, Saturday. She was an aunt of Archie and Herman Voigt and Mrs Frank Schumacher. DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY mm EACH Junior, Misses, Half Sizes DRESSES, Values to $14.95 Ladies' and Children's BLOUSES, Values to $4.95 For All Your Sweaters Sweater Fluff, $1.25 Value BABY DRESSES, BABY SHOES, KNIT CREEPERS, TODDLER PLAYCLOTHES & FANCY COLLARS - ea. $1 OTHER SPECIALS Ladies' Wool Sweaters & Skirts up to 50% Off Children's & Sub-Teen Coats up to 40% Off Ladies' Cotton Slips with shadow panels, were $3.98 now $2.49 Ladies' & Jr. Suits $5.00 & $10.00 Flannel Shorty Pajamas, were 5.98 now $2.99 Ladies' &-Jr. Rayon Gowns $1.00 Off 100 Ladies' & Jr. Dresses $2.88 & $3.88 Ladies' Cotton Blouses (30-38) $1.00 Off ELVA& JESSIE The Little Shop On The Side Street I Herbert Potratz and his mother, Mrs Richard Potratz, ac'.-om- panied Mrs Edward Krossin and son Ovtxvin of Letts Crrek to Wcstgato. Saturday where they nttendrd the funeral of Chris Heller a former Lotts Creek resident and a brother-in-law of Mrs Fred Bierstedt of here. Mrs Chris Heller was the former Lydia Kressin, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Charles Kiessin who operated a store in Lotts Creek. T,he Whittemore volunteer fire-men of the Whitternore Fire Co. entertained their wives at a steak supper Sunday night at the Plantation dining room. A number of neighbors of Mr and Mrs Bert, Seely gathered at their home Sunday evening to honor them with a farewell party. Present were Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mr and Mrs Roy Adams, Mr and Mrs Fred Kollasch. Mr and Mrs Norman Lane, Mr and Mrs Sam Shipler, Mr and Mrs Nick Reding, Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz, Mrs Ruth Schultz. Mr and Mrs Willis Struecker, Mr and Mrs Simon Kisch, Mr and Mrs Donald Erpelding, Mr and Mrs Clete Derner, and Mr and Mrs Edward Patton. Mr and Mrs Seely were presented with a gift. A number of relatives of Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt congregated at their home Sunday evening in memory of their 6th wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs Henry Schepp- inann of Irvington; Mr and Mrs Juluis Studer and family of Wesley; Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt and family of Lone Rock; Mrs Frieda Schaffer, Lavonne Scheppmann, Sharon Diana and Niel Smith of West Bend; Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Ostwald of here were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Edwin Gade in honor of Mrs Gade's birthday which was Monday, Feb. 11. Evening visitors were Mr and Mrs Richard Struecker, Mr and hjrs Paul Meyer and daughters of Ottosen; Mr and Mrs George Gade and family of Algona. Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer also had birthdays on Monday. Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer, Mrs Herbert Zumaeh and Mrs Anna Dau, Mr and Mrs George Schuller, Mr and Mrs John Schuller, Mr and Mrs Lyle Schuller, Mr and Mrs Carl Freye and family, Mr and Mrs Arthur Rusch and Mr and Mrs Thomas Schuller attended the funeral of Frank Schuller held Monday afternoon in Zion's Lutheran church in Ayrshire. Herman Schumacher returned to Sioux Falls, So. Dakota Monday forenoon where he will be employed in a gas station. Mrs Elmer O. Bell, Mrs Lloyd Funk and Mrs Dean Wehrspann were received into membership at St. Paul's Lutheran church Wednesday evening, Feb. 6. A daughter was born to Mr and Mrs Karl Weaver in St. Ann hospital Monday. Feb. 11. They have one other child a daughter. Herman Schumacher of Sioux Falls arrived Thursday and is visiting at the home of his parents. Mr nnd Mrs Frank Schumacher. Mr and Mrs Frwin Siems, Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl. and Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy were Thursday evening guests at cards at the home of Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona and Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt were las! week Tuesday evening dinner guests at. the home of Mr and Mrs Milton Espe. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle of here and Ralph Sobers of Aurora. 111. were Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Hcidenwith. Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy visited with Mrs William Gade who is a patient in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday evening of last week. Mrs Gadie underwent surgery last week Monday. Mr arid Mrs Conrad Satern and daughter of Humboldt visited at the parental home of Mrs Myrtle Frost Sunday afternoon and evening. Mrs Herman Behnke. was accompanied by Mrs William Meyer Sr., Mrs Mathilda Meyer and Mrs Mildred Kuecker Thursday to Algona where they attended the Lutheran Ladies Aid Society meeting. Mr and Mrs Hugo Gade of Algona visited at the home of Mrs Mathilda Meyer Saturday evening. Mrs C. H. Whitte and son Charles, Mr and Mrs Dwayne Strakey of Medow, So. Dakota, and Mr and Mrs Wayne Bell and family of here were Friday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs William Lauck. Marvin Duhlhauserj student at Iowa State, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Peter Dahlhauser. Melvin Ostwald, son of Mr and Mrs Theodore Ostwald had the misfortune to receive a severe burn in his left eye last week Wednesday afternoon, w h i.l e washing a tank in the Tri County Drying Plant where he is employed. When the nozzle blew off the end of the hose letting the steam escape and striking his eye. He is hospitalized in St. Ann in Algona. Mr and Mrs Herman Kollasch and son Tommy were Tuesday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Chan Dailey .in Algona. The women are sisters. Mr and Mrs Joseph Kollasch of Elmore, Mr and Mrs Elmer Greinert and family of Fairville and Mr and Mrs Fred Greinert and family of Ringsted were Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis Greinert. A number of relatives gather- The Names You Know DOLLARS DAYS SPEND YOUR UDM "DIMES" HERE Shoe Store The Shoes You Love FRIDAY& SATURDAY CLIP "DIME" OUT FROM PAGE ONE ^Nfc^^BJBhjMmmtimMm^my^*^ FINAL CLE ARAW AY TWO RACKS Women's and Misses' DRESS & CASUAL SHOES Out They Go For Dollar Days! & 00 TERRIFIC BUYS IN PUMPS - STRAPS - FLATS - SLIPONS CASUALS - OXFORDS. MANY FORMERLY RETAILING AT $10.95. SMART AND COME EARLY FOR BEST SIZE SELECTION. rd at the home of Mr and Mrs 'eter Mueller to help Mrs Mueller celebrate her birthday. Pre- •=ent were Mr and Mrs Henry Mueller, Mr and Mrs Nick Reding of here; Mr and Mrs Cletus Reding and family of Fort Dodge. The evening was spent playing ards and lunch was served later. Al Zimmer, former locker manager here, and now in Storm Lake visited in Whitternore last week Monday at the Richard 1'ntratz home and other friends. Mrs Ralph Bauer and daughter Marsha and son Michael is visited with relatives in Fort Dodge last week. •BURT By Mrs Jessie Rash Mr and Mrs Duane Habeger entertained at a Valentine Party at their home Saturday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Richard Furst of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Emil Hasse Jr., Alvina Hasse, Maxine Angus, Mr and Mrs Merlin Madsen, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sarchet, Albert Hasse, Roger Chafee and Paul Hasse. Mr and Mrs Harvey Thompson left Monday morning for Portland, Oregon, where they will visit the son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Frank Lathrop and family and their daughter Barbara. On Feb. 16, Barbara Thompson will be married to Lynn M. Rosenberry of Dayton, Washington. Mr and Mrs Ed Smith Jr. will entertain at a dinner party at their home Friday evening. Guests are Mr and Mrs Raymond Lovstad, MJr and Mi's Donald Dugan and Mr and Mrs Robert Lovstad. Katky Kelly of Fort Dodge is also a guest. The evening will be spent playing 500. The J. D. Bridge Club met Friday evening with Mary Dugan. Velam Olson received the prize for high score. Mr and Mrs Don Bierstedt and children of Carroll and Mr and Mrs Gordon Sigsbee and family of Algona were Sunday visitors at the home of Mrs Ella Sigsbee and Howard. Mrs Louis Riedel spent Thursday at the Walter Dacken home where she cared for her father, Henry Dacken, while the Walter Dackens were away. It was found that Walter Dacken had fractured his leg when he fell on Wednesday, and now h^s the limb in a cast. Mr and Mrs Roy Vanderhoff had the following weekend guests; Mr and Mrs Earl Kruger and Patricia of Omaha; Mr and Mrs Darold Pettit of Faribault, Minn.; and Mr and Mrs Frank Kruger of Pequot Lakes, Minn. Mr and Mrs Frank Kruger, parents of Mrs Vanderhoff, are spending the week here enroute home from MarVista, Calif., where they visited a daughter and family since November. Mrs Pettit is also a daughter of the Krugers. Mr and Mrs Doyle McFarland and children spent Sunday in Emmetsburg with Mr and Mrs F. C. Bruhn, parents of Mrs McFarland. Mrs F. L. Pratt, chairman of the Heart Drive for Burt, announces the names of the volunteers who will call and accept contributions. Volunteers are Gertrude Ackerman, Mary Baer, Ethel Dremmel, Stella Geesman, Genevieve Graham, Ruby Hinckley, Toots Hoppus, Gladys Hawcott, Jenny Riebhoff, Edna Smith and Eleanor Stenzel. Heart Sunday is February 24. Mr and Mrs Ed Smith Jr., and J}11, Mr Herman Rachut and Miss Sheila Rachut were guests of Miss Stella Rachut in Fort Dodge recently in observance of Sheila Rachut's birthday. Sheila who is teaching in Charles City spent the weekend here. Mr and Mrs G. O. McFarland with Mr and Mrs H. D. McFarland attended last rites in Webster City Friday for the former Mrs McFarland's brother-in-law 1 , Mr Lester Fuller. G. O. McFarlands remained with Mrs Fuller until Saturday. The Legion Sewing meeting will be with Mrs Mayme Schrader this Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sarchett entertained Friday evening at dinner honoring Mrs Robert Sarchet on her birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Roy Sarchet, Dick Sarchet and Jessie Sarchet of Algona, the Robert Sarchets and Barbara Heise. Mr and Mrs C. M. Gross were in Humboldt Sunday where they visited the former's brother, Vern Gross and family. Vern Gross has been ill. Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger entertained at a dinner recently honoring birthdays of Mrs Duane Habeger and Richard Furst, and the wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sarchet. Attending were the Duane Habe- gers, the Kenneth Sarchets, Mr and Mrs Furst and Jessie Sarchet. Fortnightly Club will meet this week with Ruth Gorman. •LAKOTA By M« Jerry Heetland Kviitt &' *-£ , * P- , „ ' !'§.; ^ '•>•'.'' 1$ Homemaker Contest Entry Swea City —* Betty Jean Clark, daughter of Mr and Mrs Glenn Clark .will represent the Swea City school in the General Mills, Inc., contest for Iowa Home* maker of Tomorrow. Betty Jean received the highest score in a written examination given the Swea City senior girls in December, and will now pompete with others from Iowa for the title' State and national winners will receive scholarships, with runners-up receiving lesser grants. James F. Smith is hospitalized in the Buffalo Center hospital following major surgery last Thursday. Wayne'Heetjand had surgery at. the same hospital Monday. Mr and Mrs Earl Cushman have moved to a newly-purchased home in Buffalo Center. Their son Merle and family have moved to the Cushman farm south of Lakota and another son Orris moved to the farm vacated by Merle. Mr and Mrs Don Wertjes will be at home on the farm vacated by Orris Cushman which is owned by Mr Bert Wertjes. Mrs Andrew Jansen and Mrs John A. Dorenbush were Masoit City visitors Friday. • Mrs Dorenbush went to be with her daughter, Mrs Harlan Hertzke who had an operation on her eyes. Mrs Janseifc visited her sister, Mrs Earl Goodenough. Mr and Mrs W. E. Ley left Thursday for a trip to California. The Legion Auxiliary met Feb. 4 at the home of Mrs Jerry Hettland, with Mrs Emory Smith and Delores Kienitz as hostesses. Mrs Irvin Wortman showed her slides taken in the Scandanavian countries. Mrs Al Johnson was a guest. The final results of the polio drive carried on by Mrs Heetland and the Auxiliary for Lakota amounted to $143^30. The first day of the drive, the Mesdames Marvin Wertjes, Arlowe Blome, Ronald Heetland, Cort Rippentrop, Emory Smith, W. E. Ley, Mary ZoLler and Jerry Heetland conducted a house to house canvass. Mrs John A. Dorenbush fell on some ice near Hertzke's Store a week ago and broke her left wrist. Among those who attended tHe funeral of Kenneth Busch at Ledyard Sunday afternoon were Mr and Mrs BurdeUe Hoeppner, Mr and Mrs John Cook, Mr and Mrs A. C. Klocke, Mr and Mrs Raymond Winter, Mr and Mrs John Vokoun and Mrs Jerry Heetland. Mrs Earl Paulsen and Mrs Ervin Schwartz attended an extension lesson on window treatment at Algona Wednesday and they then presented it to the Farm Bureau Homemakers group at the home of Mrs Arlowe Blome Friday afternoon. Michael Vodraska and Roger Rippentrop droye to Owatonna, Thursday, to bring Jimmie Vodraska home for a short vacation. Mrs Andrew Jansen assisted by Mrs Robert Rippentrop was hostess to the Esther Circle of Presbyterian women Thursday afternoon. Lena Gutknecht had •the Bible study and Mrs Jerry Heetland the lesson. The Miriam Circle met with Mrs Hugh Lewis and Mrs Wm. Schroeder and Mrs I. E. Wortman gave Bible Study. The Mary Circle met with Mrs Harlan Kruse and Mrs Jennefer Bosma in the evening. Beef Producers Banquet, Feb. 28 One pound of standing rib roast will be served each person attending the 5th annual Kossuth County Beef Producer's banquet at St. John's Church, Bancroft, on Thursday, 6:30 p.m., February 28, 1957, according to Wm. Phelps, Swea City, chairman of the association. Arrangements have been made with Hormel & Co., Austin, Minn., to prepare the special meat in their kitchens and bring it to Bancroft for serving. St. John's C. D. of A. will serve the meat and the balance of the banquet meal, according to Phelps. Two top notch speakers, plus entertainment for the program are being lined up and will be announced next week. There are only 250 tickets available. All tickets must be sold in advance in order to get the correct amount of meat prepared by the Hormel & Co. chefa and so no tickets will be sold at the door. The following directors of the association have tickets available — Wm. Phelps, Swea City; Wallace Reynolds. Swea City; A Good Idea! Leslie Johnson, Lakota: Wm. Eimers, Fenton; Ronald Christenson, Fenton; Cliff Krantz, Titonka; Don Warm bier, LuVerne and Clair Reding, Ottosen. At Morningslde Charles Palmer, son of Mr and Mrs Paul Palmer of Algona, has enrolled for the second semester at Morningside College at Sioux City, Iowa. He is a sophomore. Ivan Weisbrod, son of Mr and Mrs Lester Weisbrod of Fenton is also a second semester student. He is a freshman majoring in business administration. «1£>M Classifieds PA? Dividend* What other investment of saving Hollars* * * PAYS SO WELL, v SO REGULARLY AND WITH SUCH INSURED SAFETY! Your account with us ts Insured safe to $10,000.00 INSURED SAFETY: You may save any amount with us UTMOST CONVENIENCE: «» «"y tlnw, - ha;e your money when needed. Your savings will grow quickly UBERAl EARNINGS: wlth ' the $teady earnln9$ we odd to your account regularly every 6 months Home Federal Savings & Loan Assbciation ALGONA, IOWA Originally Organized 1917 PUBLIC SALE As I am quilting farming I will sell at public auction on the farm located S 3 A miles north of Swea.City on blacktop road; or 2 milei west and 3 /< miles north of the Grant School; or 51/4 miles south of the East Chain School on Wednesday/ February Sale Starts at 1:00 p.m. , Methodist Aid Lunch on Grounds 50 HEAD LIVESTOCK 19—Angus cows bred to registered Angus bull to start calving in April. 4—Angus yearling heifers. 10—Angus heifer calves. *"""* 1—Registered Angus bull 3 years old. Auct. Note: This is an exceptionally good herd of Angus Cattle. ARNIE J. RICKLEFS Phone 354 State & Thorington Sts. Let me tell you about our low- cost income protection plan that will help to guard against financial loss when accident or sickness strikes. Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY 16 HEAD OF HOGS 15—Bred gilts of Spotted Poland,and Chester White cross — bred Jo a purebred Spotted Poland China,to farrow in April and May. 1—Registered Spotted Poland China Boar. POWER MACHINERY 1951 Oliver 77 tractor. 1950 No. 30 Massey Harris tractor 1950 Massey Harris 2-row cult. 1949 Massey Harris clpper 7 ft. combine, power take * off drive, 1950 2-row Oliver -corn picker. 1954 Massey Harris 7* ft, power mower.' 1950 David Bradley 15 ft. disc. 14 ft. Western land roller. Case 3'14" plow. Case 2-16" plow. 1950 Int. 4-row porn planter with fert. attach.* 160 rods wire. Int. 2-row corn planter. 4'Sec. drag with folding evener. JD 4-section spring tooth. International endgaie seeder. JP 46-ft. elevator with 4 sections of spout. John Deere hoist—speed jack. Case 10" hammermill. Massey-H.arris side delivery rake. John Deere 5-ft. mower. 8-ft, McDeering binder used for windrower, Mower-wjndrower—makes center windrow. 1956 Horndraulic manure loader and snow scoop. Anthony trailer, good rubber, flare steel box. Wesiendorf trailer, good rubber, flare wood box. Farm Built trailer, straight 36" wagon box. Wagon trailer. Hay rack. Steel- wheel wagon running gear. Tumble-bug or dirt scraper. 1942 Chev. '/a-ion pickup with over load springs. BUNKS & FEEDERS - 6 BUILDINGS - MISC. ITEMS TERMS—Usual auction terms. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents, W. H. BARGER, Owner FUcher ft Clark- Auctioneers. Swea City State Bank, Clerk.
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