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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 7, 1957
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itifffllo Boosters Lofts Creek Lassies . The young ladies shown above, members of the Lotts Creek Lassies 4-H club, will be feted on Saturday at the Fareway Store here, where they will have their 4-H display. Mrs Clara A Thul IVhittemore, is club leader; Mary Loebach, president; Alice Elbert' rice-president. Saturday's special occasion is Algona's annual 4-H cHub Day. Complete listing of club members is to be found on another page of today's UDM. Le!a Fuoss, Whittemore, Shower Guest Of Honor Whittemore — A miscellaneous shower was held Wednesday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran •church in honor of Lela • Fuoss, daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Fuoss, with 80 guests present. The evening was spent playing 500 and Bunco, MVs Alfred Bierstedt winning high and Mrs William Lauck low in 500 and Mrs Emil Haack of Lone Rock won the bunco prize . .The shower program opened w.ith songs by Janice and Donna Woods accompanied by Mrs Lorenz Gade at the piano. Viola Berninghaus, Donna and Janice Woods and Mary Ann Fuosa were in charge of the gifts. Mrs Louis Berninghaus, Mrs Arthur Mathers, Mrs Leo Woods, Mrs Roscoe Fuoss, Mrs Roland Hanson, Mrs Martin Ostwald and Mrs Carl Feye were the hostesses. -Miss Fuoss will be married to Morris McCann of Clinton, Saturday evening at 7:30 in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Two Baptisms Lori Christine Weaver, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver, was baptized by the Rev. P. G. Weinhold 'in the Sunday morning services in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Her sponsors were Mrs William Zim- merinann of Fort Dodge and John Leininger of Albert Lea. A dinner was held in her honor with the following gqests. Mr and Mrs' William Zimmermann, Mr Protect Your Most Important Asset <•<;• >** «sA^ "\ ' " ' "'^•F'V 1 "/'* ' ARNiE J. RICKLJSFS Phone 354 State & Thorington Sts. Yoijr most important asset is your earning power. Let me show you a plan that provides income when an accident or sickness keeps you U'om working- Representing WOODMEN ACCIDENT AND LIFE COMPANY and Mrs Harold Colwell and sons of Algona; John Leininger of Albert Lea, Mrs Aurelia Leininger and son Harlan of Lotts Creek, and Mr and Mrs Harold Zimmermann and sons Mickey and Allen, and Gloria Walker. Edmund Daniel, infant son of Mr and Mrs Edmund J. O'Brien, was baptized Sunday morning in St. Michael's Catholic church, by the Rev. Gerald Zensen. Mr and Mrs Earl Barry of Mapleton, la. served as proxy sponsors for Miss Angela Hurley of Elkader, and Lt. Michael Barry of Hawaii, who were unable to be present. Farewell Party Mr and Mrs Simon Weber were pleasantly surprised at a farewell party at their home Tuesday evening by members of the Jolly 500 Club and their husbands. Present were Mr and Mrs R. A. Hogan, Mr and, Mrs Paul Ludwig, ,Mr and Mrs Mike Mergen, Mr and Mrs Herman Kpllasch, Mr and Mrs James Beseh, Mr and Mrs Edward Besch, Mrs Lucy Besch, Mrs Elizabeth Mergen, Mr and Mrs Ralph Schumacher, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Besch, Mr and Mrs Erwin Gerber, Mr and Mrs Matt Erdman, Mr and Mrs Herman Veigt, Mrs Pearl _ Besch and Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber. 500 was played. The guests brought filled baskets which were served later in the evening. Mr and Mrs Weber were presented with a gitt. The Webers have retired from their farm and moved to their home which they purchased recently. Their s<?n Dennis will move to the farm. Birthday Celebrated A number of relatives of Mr and Mrs William Weber helped to celebrate the birthday of Mr Weber. Present were Mr and Mrs Joseph Sikora of Cylinder, Mr -and Mrs Joseph ' Sikora Jr., and Mr and Mrs- Oscar Weber of Ayrshire; Mr and Mrs Paul Weber of Hurt, Mr and Mrs Bud Freden of Algona, Mr and Mrs John Durweiler and family, Mr and Mrs Walter Ulrich, Judy and Ruth Ulrich *end Mr and Mrs Theodore Bonnstetter and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Simon Sikora of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Leo Ludwig and family of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Milton Espe ana family',' Mr and Mis Herman Voigt of here and Rosella Voigt of Algona were.' Sunday evening dinnET guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs Gerald Ollom at Algona. James Schultz who has been employed at the D~X Serviefc here in WhiUomore, has accepted a position with Kossuth Cowvty as a trucker. Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade had as dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Louis Brosc of Howard Luke, Minn., Mrs Alvin Steennart of Algona and Mr and Mrs Wayne Guile, . Evcnuig-i'aUerii-''were*Mr and Mr* Thefttas Dunphy of here and Mr and Mrs Arthur Gade and family of Algotia, oft, the birthday of Mr Gade. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter Kay Frances visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Poiratz Wednesday evening. Bars Mathilda Meyer spent from Wednesday uhcii fcr«daj evening at the home of her daughter, Mr and Mrs Alfred Brunn at Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Herman Voig; were Wednesday evening dinnu/ guests at the home of tntu- uaughter Mr and Mrs Geraki Ollom at Aigona. Mr and Mrs Arthur* Heidtn- with and Mrs Dorothy Rosen dahl and daughter Kay Frances- were Wednesday evening guesi» at the home of Mr ana Mrs Ei. Kuhnke at Lotts Creek. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heiden With oi here accompanied by Mrs Ross Vaux of Wesi Bend, motnei of Mrs Heidenwith, left here early Sunday morning for Iowa City, to bring home Mr Vaux who had a cataract removed from orie of his eyes. Mr and Mrs Bert Seely moved to the George Maahs apartments Thursday, vacated by Larry Montgomery who moved to Northwood. Mr Montgomery was linotype operator here in the Whittemore Champion print shop. Mr and Mrs George (Jake) Baas moved here this Week from Bun- croft, to occupy the Mrs John Uhlenhake farm vacated by the Seeleys. Rudy (Toby) Berninghaus left last week Wednesday with his family lor Colorado, where they will make their future home. Mi Berninghaus soid his farm one mile southeast of Whittemore to Mr Zinnell of West Bend last fall. Mr and Mrs William Zimmermann of Fort Dodge, were Sunday dinner guest at the home 01 Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver and visited Mrs Frieda Zimmermann. Mr and Mrs Bud Ferden and* son of Algona visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Simon Weber, parents of Mrs Ferden. x Mrs Mathilda Meyer was Sunday dinner guest at the home ot her son, Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyer. In a deal made the forepart of last week, Robert Fleming purchased the Francis Mullin home south of Main street on highway 44, Mr Mullin bought the Raymond Kollasch home in the east part of town. Mr and Mrs Daniel Foley moved to their new home in tha east part of town, Friday. This home was built last fall and was recently completed by the decorators. The Foleys sold their home in the west part to Simon Weber, who retired from his farm and moved to Whittemore Monday. Dennis Weber, son- of Mr and Mrs Simon Weber will vacate the former home of the 1 late Grandma Dailey and now owned by Frank Kollasch and will move to his parents farm this week. Mr and Mrs Frank Kollasch will vacate their farm the former Eiesle farm three miles west of Whittemore and move to their home here. Their son Raymond who has been employed in the Fullerton Lumbei yard for the past six years will move his family to his parent's farm. A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn, Tuesday evening, to celebrate the birthday of Mr Bruhn. Those present were Mr and Mrs Harry Seely, Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family, Mr and Mrs Edwin Greinert and family, Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Meyer and family of here, Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn and Mi and Mrs Paul Dietrich and family of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Henry Bruhn and Mr and Mrs Howard Bruhn of Fenton. The Cub Scodt Pack meeting was held Tuesday evening in the Publjc School hall. Carl Johnson was appointed treasurer and Ellsworth Heidenwith advancement chairman. The group was entertained by Den number 2 with two skits, and the Scout Chief took the boys to the gymnasium where they played basket ball Ramsey 441 Boys • wi One of the many fift* Kostulh 4-H Clubs being honored in t? a Sa.tuKteyfe the Ramsey Boys 4-H, appearing above. The club have its display at Hood's Super- Valu store here. Leander Vasko Bancroft, is club leader; Pat Vaske, is club president; and Duanp Grandgetiett is club president. The Saturday event is Algona's annual 4-H Club Day. St. Joe Trojans 4-H The youngsters pictured above are officers of the St. Joe Trojans boys 4-H club, who are joining in on Algona's third annual 4-H Club Day here Saturday. The St. Joe boys will have their display at Dau's Garage, and will "headquarter" there. In photo above, front row left to right, are Judy Zeimet, secy-treas.; Ronald lllg vice-pres • rear row, left to right, Gerald Reding, president: Luxe McQuire' recreation chairman; John Wagner, reporter. Full club roster eiv-ii r»n nruM h«t* »-*n rre* n.f < UI« TTTMV/T I,.™.. - * e»^-** on another page of this UDM issue. Karole Eden of Alexandria was a weekend guest at the Jesse Harms home and Miss Alvinja Harms of Algona who is now a bookkeeper at the Norton Lumber Co. also spent the weekend at home. MrsJEarl Miller of Algona called" on "Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy Friday evening. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy were Mr and Mrs George Patterson of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Jack Stavers of Emmetsburg were afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs Orville Molan, Men Dee and Marva Lee of Omaha, Mr and Mrs Leo Harris of Armstrong and Mr nnd Mrs Joe Cervera and family of Estherville were Sunday guests at the Otto Rentzel home. Mrs Molan is a daughter of the Rentzels and with his family drove over from Omaha to spend the weekend. The reason some folks don't realize they are lost, is because they never had any idea where they were going. Livermore Portland News Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf entertained at a Sunday dinner March 3. Guests were Mr and Mrs W. B. Shipler, Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara, Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf and Miss. Nadine Fortna of Burt. Diane, Anita, Pattie and Virginia Moore spent Sunday at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Rollo Moore was a dinner guest. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelsen and family and Mrs Mary Michaelsen attended a birthday surprise party at the Donald Michaelsen home in honor of'Mrs Donald Michaelsen. Mrs Mary Michaelsen and Miss Georgia Ann Butterfield of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the Herbert Nelson home. Mr and Mrs Henry Nelson of Titonka were aftwnoon visitors. Julia Wubben came home from school Friday night with Barbara Ringsdorf, then she and Barbara attended a slumber party at the home of Mary- Ann Rippentrop Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bartlett went to Mason City Monday morning where Mi> Bar tie U went through the Clinic. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms entertained at a dinner Sunday in honor of their son James who it leaving for service March IHh. Guests were Mr and Mrs Pat Puttkamer, Mr and Mrs Robert Jtos and family and Mr and Mrs Leonard lies all of Alden and Mr Rock and Mr;; Henry Van lit" < and -family'of*Titonk<j Josephine Weidemeyer entertained Mrs Robert Wilson, Mr.- Clifford Baker, Agnes Berte, Mrs Francis Murphy and Mrs Annt Welter at a party at her home- Thursday afternoon. Mrs Izola Hughes entertained a few ladies at a card party at her home Tuesday afternoon. Circle 4 of Sacred Heart Guild with Mrs John Renquist, chairman, and Mrs Dorothy Malkmus, co-chairman, and the following ladies entertained at a cara party in the parish hall Wednesday evening: Mrs Martin Miller, Mrs'Ed Steil, Mrs George Davis, Mrs Emil Welter, Mrs Gertrude Boyd, Mrs John' Wonderley, Miss Kate McKenna, Mrs John Seger, Mrs Vernon Kramer, Mrs Frank Cox, Mrs Laurence Fuhrmann, Mrs Francis Collins, Mrs George Schaller,- Mrs Nick Klein and Miss Margaret Devine. Mrs. Joe Sanders was Hostess to the Delta Dek Club at a luncheon at her home Friday afternoon, High prize went to Mt> Martin Miller, second high to Mrs Harry Clark and traveling to Mrs Karl Baesslcr, Mrs Martin Miller and Lena Altman wen guests. Following the dinner at which the Neighborhood Club entertained, their husbands at Tony'i Sunday evening, Mr and Mr; Julius Becker entertained tin- group at a card party. Mrs Fred Pooch .was hosier to the Presbyterian Women's Society Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Dick Schultz entertained '•• Keith Smith, Buford Hollingi-r, Hugh Mackintosh, Tommy Co! well, Mike Stoddard and thu: teacher, Mrs Miller at dinner Saturday evening in honor ol the fourteenth birthday of he: son Gary. Lawrence .Frederick receiv.'(i word of the death Friday of hi* mother-in-law, Mrs John Ncnl a- Louisldwii, Mont. Mrs Fredericr, left Saturday for Louistown to attend the funeral services Tues day. Mr and Mrs Henry Gnph re- ecived word tha.t their nephew Jack Lot-(Jlcr of Kk'inme wa? killed in an auto accident Sunday. M$- and J4r« Way«e and two sons of IluinbokU . •Sitndwy. evening .visitors, witljohis parents, Mr and Mrs Culvert Johnson. Mrs Bert Schwendeman was a Thursday visitor at the Elmer Schreiber home 1 . Mr and Mrs Carl V. Johnson attended the funeral services of their daughter^h-law, Mrs F Johnson at Humboldt Friday afternoon. She passed away en- route to the hospital suffering with pneumonia. Mr and Mrs Henry Groh visited Mrs John Groh of LuVerne, who is a patient at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. <• She underwent surgery last week Friday. Mr and Mrs Rasmus Olson were supper guests Sunday evening at the Francis Krause home in Corwith. A son was born Monday to Mr and Mrs Eugene Thul at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The Thuls now have three sons and ten daughters. Mr Thul is the son of Mr and Mrs John Thul. Dinner guests Sunday at the Ted Wagner home in honor of the birthdays of her father, George Lenertz and her nephew and niece Bobby and Sharon Lenertz. Mrs Anna Welter, Mrs Anna Berte and Agnes, Mrs Alvin Berte and Mrs Clifford Baker were entertained at a Samba party at the home of Lena Altman. Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs John Hohenberger, Mr and Mrs Vernon Hohenberger and son and Mr and Mrs Wayne Vaudt and family were Wednesday evening visitors at the Art Vaudt home. Jolly Neighbors, L-Creek, Meet The Lotts Creek Jolly Neighbors met at the home of Mrs John Schallin, Fob. 27, Mrs Louis Seegebarth was assisting hostess. Drapery Material was the lesson, given by Mrs George Wolter. A farewell gift was given Mrs Clarence Zumach as she is moving away. Mrs Elmer Pjahn and Mrs Carl Reinhart furnished entertainment. Mrs Albert Meyer and Mrs Harold Wolter celebrated birthdays. 70 YEARS At Columbus Junction, John Summer ville has received the first 70-year 100F pin to be presented in Iowa. Swea & Eagle March 1 Moves & E*gle — Mr and Mrs Ed t n/ger.iid an.i daughter Ka;, h.ive moved to the,r nome i'u Armstrong. Moving to their farm are ttieir son and daughter- m-law. Mr and Mrs ntzgerald. Mr end Mrs Preston have moved to a farm south of Armstrong. Mr and Mis /i.ex Kent and son moved Friday to their own larm near Austin. The Swea Sunbeam 4-H Clal. girls honored their lathers fit & tun night Saturday nignt held ai the h"me of Mr and Mrs Kalpli Walker Jr. The fathers wen Ralph Walker Jr., Glenn Clark, Everett Johansen, Clifford McGregor, Louis Jstenzel, Raymomt Picht, Leo Engessor and Ed Fitz- geraid. The February meeting of the Eagle-EUes 4-Jv Girls Ctub wat held at Janet Thoresons. Patty Roalson and Judy Pa vie gave re' ports. Walece Schmicking gave a demonstration and Carmen Larson gave a talk. Panel discussion was given by Ellen Larson, Ann Larson, Jounn Johnson, Vivian Thorson and Patricia Thoreson. Patty. Roalson gave a talk on "Citizenship." Kay Fitzgerald represented the Armstrong High School in the Declamatory contest at Rockwell City, Friday. Kay won a i'iist place on her humorous reading, "A Matter of Course." Kay is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Fitz- geraid. Mr and Mrs Thomas Preston became parents of a daughter, born Friday, Mar. 1st at Estherville. The baby weighed 8 pourtdh and has been named Larinda Sue. Mr and Mrs Floyd Gabel oi Canton, Mo. became parents of a t;on bom fceb. 3rd. He was named Darrcll Floyd. The Gabels have three other children all girls. Floyd is a son of Mr and Mi> Martin Gabel. Mr and Mrs Darrell Newlin, Mr and Mrs Glenn Clark, Mr and Mrs Francis Torino, and Mr and Mrs Glenn Mino attended the Kossuth County Beef Producers banquet at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Ralph Chantrill of Dows have moved to the farm vacated by the Kingslcy Angel- by's. Mr and Mrs Harry Peters and children Frank and Jill, Dayton, la. visited from Saturday until Sunday at Mr and Mrs Glenn Olson. "•.,;:.!' Mr and Mrs Dick Lrjnning, Ft. Dodgs visited Saturday at the home of her sister and family lenn Olsons, and stayed Saturday night and Sunday at the home of Dick's niece and her family, the Eldon Links. Mrs Nora Olson, who has been visiting her sister, Miss Kate. Brown, Jefferson, came by bus to Armstrong Monday night, where her son Glenn Olson met her and took her to her home in Swea City. Mr and Mrs Emil Christopherson and three children of. Huron Lake, Minn, were Sunday visitors at the home of his sister and brother-in-law, Mr and Mrs Martin Gabel. Mr and Mrs August Gabel had as Sunday dinner guests. Hia sisters, Mrs Alfreda Leland and Mr and Mrs Ed Christ of Forest City. i Tnuf»doy, Mai-ch 7, (to.) Upp«f fot A Hole In One Aft Algrofla golfei, Ctalg Smith, shot a hole-tn-6n* at the American Golfer's Club ai Fort LaudetdaU, Fla. recent 1 y. The psrf0ct shot was hit wifh a wedge on the 100 yard *9ir?aiesnih hele. Ht> finished the 18 ho; SB three ever pat. Mr Smith'* wife, Mary, missed a hole-in-one by four inches on another hole during the same round. The. ball w«t ttfti {6 Ih* Dunlop Co. It will be mounted on a trophy and »«hi to Cfsig. He will also faeelv* ft cettlficaia from fh* Professional Golfers Aecdcisiion {"rid a l»pol p;n as swards for the shot. Mr End Mrs SmiJh w*r« vacetioninj in florid* at the time with Mr and Mrs ted Chrischilles. Irvlngten Ideals The Irvinglon ideals net at :he home of Karen Sei'er, Feb. 23. Demonstrations were given bv Carol Friiieres, Bonnie Freeh- iich and Virginia Kleia. Talks wove given by Joyce Erpelding f;nd Wilma Brown. Increasingly popular with Miss ftnd Mrs. America is BIG SMITH'S Buckaroo Gal, the "slim V trim" Authentic western style blue jeans. Made of rugged, Sanforized § . whiteback denim ... ^"pearl • grippers on waistband and pockets. There's a black twill model, tool BIG SMITH Canaday Family Moves From Doan Doan — The Clarence Canaday family moved on Thursday to the farm they are going to live on now which is about five miles south of Algona. Mr and Mrs James Ryburn and family moved on to the farm that the Clarence Canaday family moved from. The Doan Community was saddened by the sudden death of Robert Hutchison, at the Veterans Hospital at Des Moines on Feb. 28. Mr and Mrs Lee Jtiley and Betty attended the bridal shower of their niece Gladys Kiley, east of Renwick on Friday evening. Cliff Hoover came honie from St. Ann hospital on Tuesday and now he is feeling fairly well. Lotts Creek 4-H The regular meeting of the Lolts Creek Lassies was held February 18, at the Legion Hall. The meeting was calledyto order by Mary Loebach. Games were played and Mrs Beech served a delicious lunch. Rlverdale Rustlers II Furniture fiof? wilj &0 luiadqui gona 4»H CJug £>ay, fqr the RiveVdaleTlustlers U viuivwiuwe iueni- hers are pictured above. Their club leader is Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Bade.; Cathy HUb^rt.'. ivefUcUutt: PJiyiiis TilUjee*, yice-presiupnt. On another pagc?,of this Upper Dca Moines issue,'reader! vW fintfuswa ' lhe< complete mcmbeislup^offthisfgirls 4-H 'club. - You Can Save 1 •, Why pay what many others are saving? It will pay you to see us to get all the facts. AUTO - FIRE - HAIL ACCIDENT AND HEALTH BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 125 Algona. Iowa lOrll COMING NEXT WEEK I PLAY THE EXCITING "24" GAME $ 00 IN PRIZES FRIGIDAIRE DRYER - GRAND PRIZE PIUS MANY MORE VALUABLE PRIZES Watch For It In This Paper Next Week BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES DC SI ONI N O "CHALLENGER 11 Secretarial duta' 0?ft£*M J** roawj Itei**™*..***^*™*^ . -.,

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