The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 14, 1957 · Page 56
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 14, 1957
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Horse Falls On Berninghaus, Breaking Leg thyrtttay, February 14, haus was giving his daughter Karm a ride on a horse last Saturday afternoon on their farm when the horse slipped on ice • and fell on Mr Berninghaus. .„ breaking his leg. He is a patient „. at St. Ann hospital ip Algona. H Birthday Honors Mrs James Long \vas honored £ at a birthday party Wednesday « afternoon at the home of Mrs - Mary Flaig. Guests were besides the honoree, Mrs Frank Flaig, Quinn, Mrs Maude *»• 4MH Ml ** t» to Mrs Jack Blanchard, Mrs Ruth krueger Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Fred Genrich. Five hundred prizes went to Mrs Ruth Krueger high, Mrs Rose Kraft low, Mrs Jack Quinn plate prize. Mrs W. G. Flaig entertained Tuesday afternoon in honor of the birthday of Mrs Roy Jensen. Other guests were Mrs Roger Jensen and daughter Kathy, Miss Tena Jensen, Mrs E. M. Jensen Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs A. A. Krueger and Mrs David Beck Sr. of Don Romus. Mrs W, J. Cotton attended Eastern Star School of Instruc lion in Algona, Tuesday an Thursday. Wednesday mornin Mrs Cotton entertained a coffe party in honor of the birthday o Mrs W. G. Flaig. Mr a'hd Mrs E. M. Jensen re cently received word that the! daughter and family, Mr and Mr Stanley Howe at Muscatine, la are parents of a new daughte born Feb. 8th. As yet they hav no other details. She is thi former Helen Jensen. Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchart attended,a hardware convention in Des Moines from Wednesday till Thursday. • Mrs Jack Quinn accompanied Mr and Mrs Charles Quinn oi Bancroft to Carroll, Thursday uauuuii 10 v^arron, rnursoay Where they visited Mary Quinn who was recently in an accident For dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards entertained Mrs Maude Bilsbprough and Ilia P.W.O. Meeting Lone Rock P.W.O. met Thursday afternoon at the church parlors. Thirty-five members were present and 4 guests. They were Miss Kathryn Kischer, Miss Florence Yager, Mrs Charles Staudt and Mrs Lawrence Pingel. Mrs Delmar Fischer had charge of the program.- Mr and Mrs Joe Ramus of Willmington, 111., Mr and Mrs Ed Moore and family, Altoona, la., spent several days last week at the Leo Ramus home. They were here to attend the funeral Mrs Mary McChesney all of Ai- gona, Mrs Etta Holdren of Burt, Ralph Richards of Mason City. Morrise'Bilsborough of Titonka and Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards. Mr and Mrs Ralph Herberts of Algona spent Monday at the Wallace McArthur home. Thursday evening coffee guests at the Everett Harina home were' Mr and Mrs Sumner' ParsOn and Barbara of Burt, also Mr and Mrs Jack Smith and Cheryl ot Burt. Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Hanna calle'd at the John Jennings home at Saxton. Mr and Mrs Art Person and family spent Sunday in Winne bago, Minn, at the Milo Bone break home. Mr and Mrs H. A. Holmgren attended the 25th wedding anniversary and open house Sunday afternoon at Humboldt honoring Mr and Mrs Henry Junkmann. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Donald Gross of Fenton called at the Holmgren home. Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch and family were dinner guests Sunday at Granville at the Robert Morris home. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards entertained for supper Saturday fining .Ralph Richards of Mason City and Joan Krull 01 BUM. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Richards were guests at an oyster supper in Bancroft at the Ed Seeny residence. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fischer and Dafawn of Bancroft spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Alfred Schadendorf home Jean Beth Christenson spent Friday with Mrs P. M. Christen son. Mr and Mrs Owen Berhow were dinner guests at the Adam wilhelmi home in Elmore, Sunday. Mrs Gerald Angus attended a shower at LuVerne Friday evening for her cousin, Mrs Joe Guy. Word has been received here that Mr and Mrs Eugene Angus of San Diego are parents of a daughter born Sunday, Feb. 10th. Mr and Mrs Angus have three daughters now: ANNOUNCEMENT ARBER Open For Business STARTING MONDAY, FEB. 18 In West Half of Sigsbee Bldg. /* -v --V'-«--'aA*-*'-^^ Barbering In Algona Five Years Formerly In The Fox Barber Shop JAMES SHILLINGTON DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS 1-275 Gallon Fuel Oil Tank 1-65,000 BTU Perfection Gas Space Heater (Like New) 1-Muller Gas Conversion Burner (used 1 yr.) 1-Cast Iron Hot Water Boiler 1-52 Gal. Electric Water Heater 1-5 ft. Bath Tub on Legs All Priced To Really Sell. We Invite You To Stop In fl nd See Them Algona Plumbing & Heating Back of Kent Motor Garage - Algona Phone 1137-W The regular monthly meeting of the Lone Rock Auxiliary was leld Wednesday evening, Feb. 6th. Hostesses were Nina Be- irends, Lydia Dransfeldt, Mary Jenrich and Beverly Larson. Mrs Gerald Gochenour had •harge of the program. Mrs Roy ensen, Mrs Erich Seegebarth, drs Bernard O'Ddnnell and Mrs lalph Hammerstrom gave a re- ort on the Mid Winter conven- on at Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson and family were Tuesday evening supper guests in Forest City at the Gerald Godden residence. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Christenson attended a card party in Fenton at the Jack Gerhart home. Tuesday afternoon Mrs Herman Kramer visited with her mother, Mrs O. C. Tabor at Humboldt. Sunday for dinner the Kramers entertained Mrs David Beck Sr and Mr David Beck. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey and family attended graduating exercise of their daughter Diane from Mercy Hospital nursing at Marshalltown. Graduating exercises were held in- the St. Thomas Chapel. ' Lone Rock Band Mothers will meet Feb. 19 at 3 p.m. in the hot lunch room. Hostesses are Mrs Ben Schmidt, Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Mrs A. A. Krueger and Mrs Roy Jensen. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen, Kathy and. Rodney, Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen and Jamie Jo met the OrvilJe Deardorf family of Yale at Fort Dodge, Sunday and enjoyed dinner at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig en tertained for dinner Sunday, Mr; Frank Hemple, Pasadena, Cal, Mr and Mrs Alex Radig, Fen ton; DrT and'Mrs L. A. Henrik son and family of Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Glenn Berntson and family, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Radig and David, Mr and Mrs Donald Radig and family of Lone Rock. Frank Flaig left Monday morning with a group of John Deere dealers to attend a meeting at Waterloo. Mrs John Behrends accompanied the Richard Behrends family to Hiawatha, Iowa, where they visited over the weekend at tne Leslie Behrends home. Mr and Mrs James Walker and family visited Sunday evening at the Blaine Saxton home. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and family spent the weekend at Hawarden with the Don Arris .family. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Zwiefel called Sunday on Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth. Mrs Don Blanchard, Susan and Donna spent Saturday afternoon n Swea City. Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Kraft home were Miss Agnes Goetsch of Fenton. Mr and Mrs James Walker and daughter of Algona, Mrs Rose Kraft. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson, Wr and Mrs E. W. Kerr of Wes- ey visited Sunday evening at the ""eorge B. Long home. Mrs Roy Jensen, chairman ot he Lone Rock Polio drive, has •eported a total of $140 collected. Helping Mrs Jensen with the were Mrs Rose Kraft, Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs W. G. Flaig d Mrs Jesse Blanchard Jr. Mrs Grace Ramus of Algona and Carol Householder were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Leo Ramus home. For supper Sunday Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and Jonathon, Mrs Maude Blanchard were guests of Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger. Harlan Blanchard left Monday for a check up at Rochester. Jtsse Blanchard Jr. and daughter Jill were dinner guests Sunday of his mother, Mrs Maudt- Blanchard. Mr and Mrs James Thul of Ames spent the weekend at the Jack Quinn home. Cletes Quinn, student at Iowa City, also was home for the weekend. Jeanetie McVay of Algona came Saturday and is spending this week at the Raymond Bierle home. Gorgeous Anita doming 1 Gorgeous Anita Ekberg, th sensational Swedish star, plays blonde Without a country RKO's tension-packed adventu thriller, "Back From Eternity opening Sunday at the Algon Theatre. Robert Ryan and Ro Steiger co-star. Swea & Eagle i By Mrs Emll Larson Betty Jean Clark, daughter o Mr and Mrs Glenn .Clark of Swea township, has been named the Betty Crocker Homemaker o Tomorrow, representing the Swea City Community School. She received the highest score in a written examination oh homemaking. .. • Mrs Ralph Walker Jr. ana Mrs Floyd Treat Were in Algona last week Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Walker who is a member of the County Extension Committee attended the regular monthly meeting. Mrs Treat attended the County Homemakers school. Adult farm classes held at the Swea City Community school held their final meeting for this season last Wednesday night. A average attendance was 21 per sons per meeting. A busines meeting followed the eveninj program and election of officer also took' place.. The Grand Methodist Ladies met at the home of Mrs Jay Brones on Wednesday, Feb. 13 Mrs Wallace Reynolds was in charge pf program. Mrs Vernon Hutchison led devotions. : Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hanson recently received the word ol the death of Maria, five months old daughter of Mr and Mrs H Ermenejildo Jimenes, in Mexico. The family left before Christmas to visit their parents in Mexico Mr Jimenes was employed By Mr Hanson. The family plans,So return here. i: Rosalie Spear, daughter of Mand Mrs Dick Spear of Lako finished her course of studies Mankato Business College laSt week and will begin secretarial work at the Wilson Packing Plant, Albert Lea, Minn. The Spears formerly lived here. ; Cheryle Torine attended the wedding of her friend Marleje Burroughs Sunday p.m., Feb.-*}, at the Methodist Church Geneco, [a. Cheryle and Marlene were college class mates at Iowa State Teachers College. Cheryle is now at Arlington where she is doing -itudent teaching. She is a dau- jhter of Mr and Mrs Francis Torine. Barbara and Betty Stenzel and Nancy Johnson visited from Friday until Sunday with Shirley Stenzel and Carol Miller who are students at Waldorf College. Mrs Nora Olson was a patient at Estherville hospital, Tuesday until Thursday last week. After release from hospital she has been staying at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Glenn Olson. Mr and Mrs Ed Hulterstrum, Baraboo, Wis. spent Sunday with their nephew and his family, the Francis Torines. They were on HOG ERYSIPELAS When erysipelas strikes your hogs, a single injection of Bicillin* Fortified gives fast ac- tiop plus prolonged effect that lasts for five days or more. You avoid repeated injections »nd handling. As Advertised l s Farm and Home Section RUSK DRUG STOP RAT DAMAGE! GUARANTEE d-CON U gvoronlMd to dlflroy »stj ood mic* on your preptrty or your meaty back. As Advertised In farm & Home Section KOHLHAAS HARDWARE thel? wsy to Visit Mrs Hult stfuffl'* brothe* tod his wife, firid Mrs Perry Totiite, Banc^ fiftdf Mr Hultefstfurh's sister, Miss Haute Hulterstrum/ also at Bancroft. Miss Hulterstrum taught 3rd grade In the Swea City school about 30 years ago. Mr and Mrs Dixon banning, Fort Dodge, Vvere Saturday and Sunday visitors at- Mr and Mrs Glenn Olson and Mr and -MrS William Oies. Mr and Mrs Walter L. Peterson and children left last .week Thursday for a five weeks vacation in the south. Mr and Mrs Harry Linde will stay at the Peterson's farm while they are away. • Gene Thompson, Iowa State College, Ames, spent weekend a the parental, Mr and Mrs Dett mer Thompson home. Darla and Carolyn Lane Dolliver, visited Saturday unti Sunday at their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Albert Pearson', The Eagle Ladies Aid met Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 12, at the home of Mrs Barrel Newlin. Mr and Mrs Vernon Boes and, daughter visited last week with her father, A. M. Reinhart, and his parents,' Mr and Mrs T. Boes at Carroll and other relatives in Dmaha and Kansas. Edith and Myrtle Molinder visited Friday afternoon at the tome of friends, Mrs Everett iJrickson and Florence Erickson. . Mts W. A. Stoutenberg Was: a h&apital patient at Esthervilla hospital Thursday until Sunday, She makes her home with hey daughter Mrs Harold J6nes. Mrs Stbutenberg who is in failing health is able to be up each da/. She will be 92 years old on Fe&; 19. * Betty Clark, Sharron Cordes, Joyce Mularkey, all seniors at " ~" Community School, visited tfpper Iowa University, la. Saturday. Glen Swea City visited Ut. _. Fayette, la. Saturday. Clark took the girls, • „ Mrs John Larson entertained number of friends at her horn last Saturday night. Richard M Anderson showed slides he too on his. European trip. Mr and ; Mrs Henry Irmiter an~ family visited Sunday afternoo'n at Mr and Mrs Hans. Peterson 1182 Ibs milk, 46.5 Ibs fat; Milton Madison — 1275 Ibs Say ooehe 43.3 Ibs fat; Sidney f»aj-ne . in? Ibs Ibslat milk, 4. s ; a — 1165 Ibs milk, 43.1 Ibs fat. teander Menke — 1199 Ibs milk, 42.7 Ibs fat; John Ruger — 1009 Ibs mllkf 42,1 lbs,fat; Walter Canipftey — 1203 Ibs. milk, 4l,§ - _^_ ' Mamie Eiseflhower, wife of the President, was born in Boons Iowa, Nov. 14,' 1896,. ne> Education does "not grow beautiful buildings. 1=Xi=iiX January D.H.I.A. Reports Given Four more; dairymen startled testing their cows during; J uary, according ;to.< Forrest tt bauer, DHIA superviosr. Tftey are Adrian Hauskins, Donfald Hofbauer, Ray Goche and EdVv Uthof. . . , : Hofbauer reports eight herds averaged over 40 Ibs of butterfat per cow for the month of January. They are: ,' •"• Harry Bartelt — 1717 Ibs'milk, 57.4 Ibs fat; Ralph Walker-;' Jr, — Dollar Days Special ' Wrought Iron — in Black or Gold— While They Last 1 MAGAZINE RACKS $1 SPECIAL! 19 Inches Tall .with 8-inch Ash Tray — While They Last I WROUGHT-IRON SMOKERS . $1 SPECIAL 1 *• Be Sure to See Richardson's Close-Out Prices on EVERY BEDROOM SUITE IN STOCK THESE SUITES MUST GO TO MAKE ROOM FOR A NEW LINE J Also wonderful values in .Nationally-advertised Box Springs and Mattresses on Odd Lot Numbers on • which we cannot duplicate tickings. R. G. 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