The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1957 · Page 23
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N.A.Pingels, Ledyard, Plan 'Open House', Ledyard *- Mr ahd Mrs N. A. Pingel will hold "Open House" at the Ledyard Legion Hall on Sunday, Feb.24th from two to five in honor of their Golden Wedding anniversary. Friends and relatives are invited to call. No special invitations are being sent. * Mr and Mrs Burton Johnson and son Barrel went to Amery, Wisconsin to visit recently. Milton Robertson came lasl week to spend a furlough with his wife and little daughter, who are staying here with her parents, MJ? and Mrs John Manthei while he is stationed in Iceland. Mr and Mrs J. C. Blome and Mrs Paul Gelhaus went to Primghar to attend the golden 1 wedding of Mr and Mrs Simon Brandt. The E. and R. Guild met at the church with Mrs Ervin Klinksiek and Mrs John Klooster a? hostesses. Mrs B. E. Gilbertson was in charge of the program Birthday hymns were sung foi Mrs W. E. Wiemer /' and Mrs Merle Johnson. The r 40th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Louis Kaphengst was also honor-* ed. Scripture ahd prayef was led by Rev. Vriesen. Mrs Paul Zielske has been in Iowa City Hospitals being treat ed for eye trouble and is now at the home of her daughter Ruth and family in Mason City. Ledyard Post Auxiliary met Tuesday night, Feb. 6. Mrs Geo MacKinnon, President, reporteu that the unit had sent seven boxes of used clothing for Hungarian Relief. The committee in charge was Mrs Burton Johnson. Mrs Perlin Jacobson, and Mr? Zilphy Hardt. , Mr and Mrs Tice K Brack wenl to Belmond on Monday to attend the funeral of Mrs Brack's broth er, Tim Wilson. Mrs Wilson died suddenly of a heart attack. A modern pharmacy! Our up-to-date pharmacy and our prescription specialists combine to give you the best modern science has to offer to better your health. Let us fill your s prescriptions. Phone 252 THUENTE PHARMACY OUR BUSINESS IS PROTECTING YOUR HEALTH Judy Roseboro and her roommate Beverly Swarttell came to spend the weekend at the Clayton Roseboro home. Both girl? are student nurses at Kahlei Methodist Hospital, Rochester. The W.S.C.S. will meet at the church on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Tiee Brack and Mrs D. B. Mayer as hostesses. v Mrs Glenn Burrow will have charge: of the program. W. E. Wiemer went to Des Moines Saturday on business. His mother. Mrs Gertrude Wiemer accompanied him there and will visit this week at the home of her brother and his wife, the John J Tillmoneys. Mr and Mrs Max Nitr. went to Iowa Falls on Saturday to altend the funeral of a cousin Fred Nei bauer. Peggy Mayer of Des Moiner spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs D. B Mayer. Mrs Edward Knoner returned Monday from Siloam Springs. Arkansas, where she had gone with her son Dennis when he en rolled at John Brown University She also viisted her son John and wife in Oklahoma. On Wednesday, Feb. 13th thr County Rural Letter Carriers As sociation and its Auxiliary had r pot luck party at the Fred Schroeder home in Lakota. The Schroeders plan to leave for California soon. The George Thompsons also attended. Mr and Mrs Seldon Stealey ot Fenton and Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich of Lone Rock were Sunday dinner guests at the George Thompson home. All are Carrier friends. • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Study ^ ESCORT A young Elk Horn soldier had no trouble in getting into one of the inaugural balls at Washington. Lynn Johnson, who is stationed at Fort Meyers, was part of a military escort for President Eisenhower at a function at the Hotel Statler. The Wesley Wizards 4-H club met Feb. 2, at the Luke Nygaard home with Mavis Nygaard and Linda Detmering as hostesses. Luther Nygaards had as re cent dinner guests Mr and Mrs Glenn Wiggens of Thor, Mrs Margaret Alexander of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Verjion Alexander of Bode and Mr and Mrs George Detmering and three daughters. Mr and Mrs Bill Goetz returned recently from a two-weeks vacation trip to the east coast. They visited his former army pals in Durham, North Carolina, Harris. Penn., and Cleveland, Ohio. They traveled the new turnpike from Harrisburg, Penn. to Chicago. 111. Mrs It. E. Hemmingsen was called to Redfield by the illness of her mother, Mrs Alice Walkci and spent a week helping care for her. Dinner guests, Feb. 3, in the Charley Price home honoring the 36th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Oscar Monson of Mason City were Mr and Mrs Curtis Rastnussen and family of Garner. Douglas and Sylvia Ann Downs son and daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Downs, sang several duets and each vsang several solos at the Farm Loan Association banquet at the V.F.W. hall in Algona. Mrs Downs was their piano accompanist. Mr and Mrs George Goetz and George Ricke went to Waverly to see their aunt. Mrs Tracy Lul- zke, 76, of Clarksville, • who is hospitalized with a broken hip. The post office has a new schedule. It will close daily at 5 p.m. and at noon on Saturday. Mrs F. A. Webb has organized a church membership class which meet at 11 a.m. each Sunday in the parsonage. Miv viola Snider has returned h- ; via bus l'i<)i!i M.nncv,- p •'•• TA ; -.-re sue had vi<ite-.'i a s:;-.'• '. v i i • AM'-,;,'! I ji ij- : ••!:••'\v-oa an a !•••:••'; H, i njil L;iK': 11 and Iheu j •1;i'-,!::i. s a week. | An 1 . -\i'\ iVIrs .Tack LickU:ig en t' - ; ii.in.'.l their oOO caret uub. Feb. 10. Tho C.D.A.'s met Wednt'sdn-, evening, Feb. 20. Rose Hauptiy, JOSH- ijickteig, Elaine D^wu-«, Mary Rockwood. Katheryn Hamilton ;uid Carolyn Halten were on the serving committee. Luiu Hanig. Beatrice Hildman, Theresa Otis. MaVy Otis and Margaret Ro.>l were on the tnteitairnr.ynt committee. Kvoning guests in the parental, Vincent Doughan home were iWi unit ,"\lrs Phil Baliarri and b,.b> Kivm r,i Algona and Mr and Mrs- Kot.cr Uougnan <'•( Ciarion. 'i'in- latin couple-also visiied her par en!.--, Mr and Mrs Tom Beekei and iamily. 'i iie Prairie Pals 4-H girls met Ft b. 9 at Ine Albert ijiekteig home with Ruth and Helen LICK tui; a? hostesses. George Vitzthum, G a y 1 o n. Mike and George Jr. and Air.- Luke Youngwirlh left Sun.lay inoining lor Pooria, 111., where on Monday morning they atiend- (il the funeral of the loimcr's- broihcr, Frank Vitzlhum. 'i'h'.' W( .lex ans were gin-sts in the Lou Vit'/thum home, in Peoria. Mr and Mrs N. F. Weber ac- cnmpr.med Mr and Mrs L. A Weber of Drift to Creston, -Saturday, where on Monday morning they attended the funeral of tin- men's sister-in-law, Mrs John Weber. Mrs J. P. Studer drove to Mankato, to get their daughter Kathleen, Janet Rielilsmeier, Marilyn Hughes and two classmates, .who spent the weekend at their respective homes. A. N. Richtsmcier took the students back Monday afternoon. strong, Thompson, Buffalo Center. Britt, Ringsted, Klemme, and St. Cecelia Academy, Algona. 2 Traffic Fines Two pev.-oris paid fines in Justice C. II. Ostwinklc's court Tuesday. Harold C. Angus. Burl. was fined $25 and costs for Thursday, Feb. 21, 1957 Algono (la.) Upper De* Mo!n«~? and C. L. Burgsrd Carrol!, pair) n tolnl of $18 ruin rosls on sxle overweight nnrt overlengih vehicle counts. Licenses To Wed Licenses to wed were issued two couples the past week at Clrrk of Court, Alma Pearson's office here. They went to Wilburt Meinders and Gertrnde Harms, and LaVeme Brue and Gloiiann Tjarks. In both instances, the men are from Buffalo Center, the girls from fitonka. Blueprint Your Future Personal insurance plays as important a part in your life as do blueprints in building a home. Let me show you how to plan for a financially secure future. Phone 354 State & Thoringlon Sts. . Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY • Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch ARNIE J. RICKLEFS .DeSoS)...pncesmw start m just above the lowest JBS, the sharpest looking car on the road can be parked in your driveway for just a few dollars more than you'd expect to pay for a low-priced car. Make it a point to drive and price a De Soto before you- decide. Truly, H'» the most exciting car in the world today! THREE GREAT LINES TO CHOOSE FROM: FIRESWEEP 245 hp Big-value newcomer for '57—priced just above tbe lowest. FIREDOME 270 hp Med i u m-(> r i cod pacemaker in Ti7 — exciting new beauty. FIREFLITE 295 hp High-powered luxury for '57 tho last word in design a nil/power. YOUR OE80TO DEALER PRESENTS QROOCHO MARX IN "YOU B*T YOUR LIFE" ON RADIO AND TELEVISION , , , NBC NETWORKS, Corner State & Hall Sts. J & L MOTORS Phone 595, Algona, la. Our telephone is priceless ,,, yet it's the cheapest service we buy!" What a comfort it ia to know everything's all right at home when we're out for the evening ! It's wonderfully reassuring to call home and hear our baby sitter say "Things are just fine!" No doubt about it—a telephone helps make life pleasanter in many ways. It's a dependable personal service, at your fingertips 24 hours a day. A big buy in happiness and peace of mind, Northwestern Bell Telephone Company Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdoil and Barbara visited in the Roy' Peterson home in Fenton Thursday afternoon. Mrs Ray Fitch and Mrs Ge<i. Johnson visited their brother.. FJoyd Clark at Webster City. Wednesday. Mr anj Mrs George Hix and Airs Victor Fitch visited at. tin. Dwight Ruse home Friday afternoon. Mrs E. C. Schwietorl of Burt visited her sister and her fathfer, Mrs S. W. Baum at Lakota Iroin Saturday to Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch and •girls visited Friday evening in the P. W. llansen home in Al- :|ona. Mrs P. W. Hansen is in the Mercy hospital at Mason City. ^ Mrs'Bcrthn Mansmith of Burl spent f)(om Monday till Friday at the Lloyd Bartiett home. Mr and Mrs Harold Banner and Mike and Mrs Do!an Pel lie and daughter Lori Ranae of Foil Dodge spent Saturday afternoon visiting the Lloyd Bartlelt's. Mrs Minnie Larson find Velim, and Levant. Moore and children spent Sunday afternoon at the Glen Larsen home. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hanson and family of Swea Ciy were Sunday dinner guests in the Lloyd Bartiett home. The occasion being little Dennis llansen's seventh birthday. Mr and Mrs Otto Renlzel and family left for Omaha early' Friday morning where they visited iheir daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Orville Nolan and two little daughters. Mrs Nolan has been very ill with a bad case of the flu' and strep throat. They returned homo late Saturday night. Donald' Rentxel and Gary Naurnan did the chores during ilieir absence. Mr and Mrs Marshall Raw, Yvonne, Cathy and Johnnie of Appleion, Minn., wore Sunday dinner guests at the Herbert Nelson home. Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelson and family, Mrs Mary Michaelsen, Mr'and Mrs Donald Michaelsen and family and Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson of Titonka were afternoon visitors. Mrs E. C. Schwielert spent from Wednesday to Friday evening at Clear Lake. "Blunt remarks, like dull knives, often inflict t he- most severe wounds." 15 At Academy Rate Top In Speech Contest Fifteen of St. Cecelia's 20 entries in the preliminary conte-.l 'jf the Iowa High School Sp'.-e-cn Association received I ratings, thereby becoming eligible to participate in the district contest U) be held at Rockwell City during the week of February 25 • March 2. The preliminary c'/n- H>st was he-id ai Tilonka, Mun- lay, Kvb. II. Entries receiving I rating.; ;:ri- ical • Jo:.ri (Veil Sfi:il- Jlilii: Klbcit. .is follows: Goecko, Jean Hall. I'KH-llt-r; dramatic LU-- •A. Radio spcjk- Ks.--.er; Oriyina; Lichlcr: Extent- !{on Bi !;:;<;>, Ar •timorous --Leun^.'i •Joan BecKci : Intc ; ;u; Dt'oiUi.i 1 >C i '•>ri\7., Ron Bri£, :ng - Clifford oratory Jim poraneous spooking Jmi :er; One-act play, "In the Bud.,' - Caroline Bicker!, Joan il-nry Tom Fandel. Of the approximately 150 students participating in the contest. ritt received I ratings. Sci.ool* -•presented wire: G.irner, Cor- v. ith, Cylinder. TUuiika.. missed a, on FgLCO Sure I'm proud of my .laying record. But how can I miss? That FELCO LAYING MASH makes me lay whether I want to or not. The reason Is simple. FELCO LAYING MASH Is the best you can buy. Your hens like It. And it produces eggs. FELCO LAYING MASH contains everything your hens need. Included are adequate supplies- of vitamins, proteins and minerals. Then there's the added ingredient of freshness ... of being mixed fresh daily locally. It has tha fresh flavor that hens like. • A good poultry management program may mean the'difference be-* fween profit and loss to you this year. Stop In and ask for the FELCO Poultry Management 'Program for your flock , . . 'entitled, "Plan for PROFIT from your Poultry". Let's look It over together. Beat the price squeeze you own this cooperative you own FELCO Buy from yourself FEED FELCO FEED FEE5S" IIUUKUIIIIMI WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR Whillemoro, Iowa LONE ROCK CO-OP ELEVATOR Lone Rock, Iowa THE FARMERS ELEVATOR Bode. Iowa FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Fenton, Iowa FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR Swea City. Iowa BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR Hurt, Iowa WEST BEND CO-OPERATIV E ELEVATOR, West Bend, la. COMPLETE ClOSING OUT Due to the death of my husband, I will sell all my personal property on my farm located at Gerled; or 3 miles south and 1 mile west of Ledyard} or 7 miles east of Swea City; or, 6 miles north and IVi miles east of Bancroft, on ^iP ^H ^BS^^ WBH^^^^F ^^^^^^^^ ^^r ^^^^^^j ^^^^^^f SALE TO START AT 12)30 O'CLOCK i960 Model A. John Deere Tractor with Roll-O- Matic and power lift. 1951 4-row John Deere Cultivator. 1944 John Deere Model A Tractor. 1950 John Deere 4-row Corn Planter on rubber. 1952 John Deere 12-fl. Field Cultivator. 1956 John Deere Tractor Manure Spreader. John Deere 12-A 6-ft. Combine with Motor. John Deere 15-ft. Disc. John Deere 4-bar Side Delivery Rake. John Deere 8-ft. Grain Binder. John Deere 7-ft. Power Mower, like new. John Deere 10-in. Hammermill and Belt. ' John Deere Endgate Seeder. Oliver 2-row Pull Type Corn Picker. Oliver 3-bollom 12-in. Plow. Humboldt Manure Loader and Snow Bucket. LUNCH AVAILABLE ON THE GROUNDS 4-Section Drag with Folding Draw Bar. 40-fl. Little Giant Grain E&vator. Tractor Mounted Sprayer, new* IHC Heavy Duty 4-wheel Farm Trailer. Two 4-wheel Farm Trailers. 2-wheel Trailer, Two 6x13 Wooden Grain Boxes, new. Flat Rack Machinery Trailer. Hay Rack. Flat Rack lor Bales. 300-gal. Gas Barrel and Metal Stand, new. Some new Slat Cribbing. Walk-In Hog Feeder, * 2 Jamesway 45'bu, Hog Feeders, like new. ' 2 Round Hog Feeders, new. 2 Good Feed Bunks. Some Used Bridge Planks. Campbell'Housefield Air Compressor. Hog Troughs, Chicken Feeders, and Many Tools, etc. 18 GOOD HAMPSHIRE SOWS COMING WITH THIRD LITTER and due 99911 ttEttf »$fe d»y to Tarn worth Boar. 75 GOOD HAMPSHIRE FALL PIGS. All Hogs vei*rln«r«W ¥lMSCi|W*t«4. If want good hogs* come to this sale. Two 12 x 14 Brooder Houses (About $00 bales of i99\ good Skelgas Brooder Stove. Alfalfa Hay and about 909 balw Automatic Egg Washer. I threshed straw, all indoors. 250 Leghorn-Hamp. Puttett !«viug vary good right now, 30-in. Monarch Gas Range, like new. Coal Heating stove. Fovd l/2 . lon p} c k up . Red Cow with Sitf a| side, ©ow. heavy springfjr, TERMS: Cash or make arrangements before the sale. No property $Q be removed fr<M» the ' until settled tor. Not responsible lor accidents. *W <W( w^^^f IHP iMP wi ^^w ^HIBP ^^9 v|l flRr ^1^9^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^MHr ^^ ^^ -^^H^^ ^Ulllp ,^^^~ t • ' H •, ^ V' QUJNN

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