The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1957 · Page 21
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Nedved*Bauer Nuptials Miss Sally Nedved, pbove, daughter of Mr and Mrs* Stanley Nedved of Britt, became the bride of William J. Bauer, son of Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer of Wesley, in a ceremony performed at St. Wenceslaus church in Duncan on March 4, Following the ceremony dinner was served to about 175 guests and a reception followed, with a wedding dance in the evening. Mrs Bauer was educated in the Britt schools and has been employed for the past two years in the business office of Ancher Hospital, St. Paul. Mr Bauer attended school in Wesley, worked for (he Whittemore Implement Co. for three years, served in the army, and he and his, bride will make their home on the farm of his parents located north of Wesley. (UDM engraving). 111,700 Bu. Corn Moved From Wesley, 2 Weeks Wesley — The taking out of government bin-stored corn has been goirjg on at. Wesley since February 25 and u'p to Friday noon, 111,700 bushels had been handled which would average 10,640 bushels per day. The corn is being shipped to terminaj elevators at Kansas City -end other storage places in the whfeai bait of the south and southwest The loading orders called for 441,000 bushels out of the local binsite, and is only a part of the over 5,000,000 bushels which has been ordered shipped out ol Kossulh County. The evacuation of this corn out of the county will make available that much storage space for farm deliveries of government take-over corn during the latter part of the summer and early fall before another year's crop is ready to be harvested. Manager Frank Bleich of the Farmers Co-Operative Society who is handling this shipment said with weather permitting and with needed box cars furnished by the railroad, it is expected that completion will be made bv Easter time. Goes To Chicago Mrs Lucille Kirkpatrick accompanied her sister, Mrs Nell Lyons to the Jailor's home in Chicago, Saturday morning. She will visit there and at the Leo Reno home in Toledo, Ohio several weeks. Their mother, Mrs Anna Reno died here several weeks ago. Two Hospitalized Mrs Ed Weig was hospitalized in Britt February 27 - March 4 for medical care. George Yanser was also <? patient there several days. Celled To Jury Duty Raymond Hansen has been called for grand jury duty in Hancock county and will report on March 20. Bill Hauptly, Mrs Ray Smith, Kalhryn Hauptly and John Paulson have been called for' petit jury. New Mass Times Beginning Sunday, March 1.7. Masses In St. Joseph's Catholic on Sundays thru the summef months will be at 7:30 and 9:30 ftjfc. * Twins Baby Shower Mrs- Leonard Arndorfer ana Mrs Lee Goetz attended a baby ahbwer for Mrs Arnold Arndor fer and her new twin sons Maik and Mike at the Wilbur Daley home. The twins are still at St Ann hospital in Algona when they 1 wene born. Honor Mrs Studer Mrs Gayle Studer was honoreu at a baby shower Monday eve ning March 11 at the Stan John son home in Britt by members oi her bridge club and several other friends. Patrick Jay was born to Mi and Mrs Gayle Studer, Feb. 2/i Birthday Surprise Mrs Lawrence Hansen wa honored at a surprise birthday party Sunday evening by t group of relatives who came foi a social evening. Those who attended were: Mr and Mrs Leo Stevens of Algona; Mr and Mi't- Theron Hansen, Mr and Mi-.s Richard Anderson and son, Mr and Mrs Ray Hansen and Gordon Giddings. Bible Reading Circle of the Evangelical Free church met with Mrs Grace Paulson, their leader, Wednesday, .March 12. Rev. Donald Varee of Stilson ^as guest speaker at the second 'Lenten service, March 13, in the Methodist church. , ' The Tuesday Homemakers club will meet Tuesday, March 19 at the L. H. Kleinpeter home with Mrs H. E. Hemmingseh as assistant hostess. The lesson Is to be given by Beatrice Hildman ana Sara Raney and the surprise number by Josephine Meurcr and Francis Weber. The Orthel Jolly Wprkers met Saturday, March 9, with Gloria SOnius. Marilyn Sheets gave a talk on sewing. and Shirley Me- Neese gave a demonstration on gathering by machine and by hand. The leaders are the'Mes- dames Orville Nelson and Jerry Fox. J. L. Walker attended the funeral of a relative, Merle Bell at Rodman Wednesday afternoon, March 6. Burial was at West Bend. Mesdames Herman Studer, Elmer Doughan, Victor Loebig and Leonard Arndorfer attended the Day of Recollection at St. Boniface Catholic church in Garner Sunday, March 10. ..Henry Juchem was 1 a surgical patient.-at'Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, recently. Gaylon Vitzthum was 'aken to Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, Friday for x-rays and medical care. Don West is caring for th<» chores at the Vithzthum home. Fred Kies of Hurley, South Dakota, and his brother, 'Bob Kies of Los Angeles were overnight guests Tuesday, March 6, in the home of the former's daughter, Mrs Dennis. Carlson and family. Mr and Mrs Richard Smith attended funeral services Saturday, March 9, in Britt for Mr:Wm. Peck who died from a fall down the basement st(S(os in th<j home of her daughter, Mrs Eldon Waldschmidt, north of Crystal Lake, Tuesday. Mrs Magdeline Bleich has sold her home and store in Britt to Mr and Mrs James Shelton who tiok possession, March 9. Mrs Bleich and two children Johnetl^ and Jim moved Saturday to the apartment vacated by Sheltons. Mrs Bleich teaches 1st and 2nd grades in the public school here and commutes to her work. Mr Bleich died last year. Victor Loebig returned ho«t« Friday from Chicago where he attended a 5-day ft.E.A. convention. Mr and Mrs Lou Simpson visited relatives in Des Moines over the weekend. A bake sale will be held Saturday, March 16, in the Studet Store, sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary. Mr and Mrs Bill Loebig and family visited her brother, BoS McMurray and family in Fort Dodge, Sunday afternoon and evening. Jack Lickteig, Bill Koppen aftd Martin Hamilton attended tht State basketball tournament in Des Moines. David Kleinpeter accompanied by Stan Johnson of Britt formerly of Wesley attended i Bankers meeting in Des Moines Mrs Paul Warner was brought home 'Tuesday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she had been a patient a week. Mr,i Olive ^Erdman cared for Jim and Debbie in the Warner home. Mr and Mrs Elmer Glawe are on a two week vacation trip tc Florida. A group of Rebekahs plan to attend a Good Neighbor Nigh* program in Britt, April 10. Mrs John Lickteig was brought home Monday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where she haci been a week for medical care. Mr and Mrs Louis Cink and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Louis Wingert home at Buffalo Center. Saturday evening dinner guesU in the L. Cink home in honor of Maria Jo's 3rd birthday were hei maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Henry Shick of Algona and Mrs Henry Eisenbarth and Mark of LuVerne. Guests in the Dwight Brum home Sunday, March 3 were Mn- Brun's mother, Mrs Louisa Osborn and Mr and Mrs Charles Heishman and two children. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson were Sunday dinner guests in the Cliff Anfinson home. In the afternoon both couples visited Mrs Paul Warner, a patient in Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mr and Mrs Bill Loebig attended the funeral of her uncle Harry McMurray in Algon? Monday. Mr and Mrs George Detmering and Mr and Mrs Garel Leek attended the girls basketball tournament in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Jack Hansen ot Omaha spent the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Raymond Hansen. Gordon and Merle Giddings and Theron Hansen spent Suns- day in Ames with Mr and Mrs Robert Giddings and son Steven. Robert will complete his engineering course at the State college in late March and will report for work March 25 in Chicago- Merle Giddings, who is employed by the Bell Telephone Co in Algona was transferred Monday to Rockwell City. Mr and Mrs Dan Kraus ana Rickie and Lucille Hijrner attended Market Day in Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson and Mr and Mrs L. L .Lease spent March 5 and 6 in Minneapolis on business. Fifty women and several men from Upper Flat, Prairie Center. Evangelical Free and Methodist Congregations met in the latter church, March 8, "for World Day of Prayer services. Mrs Olive Erdman was chairman, Mrs Carl Swanson played the offera- tory and Nyla Newbrough and Gladys Detmering sang a duet accompanied by Mrs F. A. Webb. Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan at Spirit Lake Woman's Club Of Burt Holds Election, Mar. 4 Burt — *The Burt Woman's Club met Monday evening, Mar. 4. with Mrs K. J. Smith. Mr.v H. O, Buell and Mrs Walter S'-renson were assisting hostesses. Mrs Russell Patterson gnve a review of t'<W booh "Tcai-her—Anne Sullivan Macy" by Helen Keller;- Mrs Henry Mc'Hz, county chairman, gave r short talk and Dick Buffington presented accordion selections. Election of officers for the new year was held as follows: President, Mrs Russell Patterson; vice president, Mrs James Christensen: secretary, Mrs Ed Smith: treasurer, Mrs Dale Lockwood. On the program committee are Mary Jean Andrews, Ethel Dremmel. LiUian Frederickson anr 1 Benita Mitchell. Some 23 members and several guests were present. The next meeting will be March 18th with Mrs Ray Drem- tnel with Mrs Lee Pratt assisting. 50 At Legion Party Some 50 members and guests attended the American Legion and Auxiliary anniversary dinner at the hall last week. A 6:30 dinner was followed by the following program: Ray McWhorter and Luther Miller gave short talks; Mrs O. H. Graham reported on the history and activities of the Auxiliary; Mr Graham gave statistics of the Post from 1921 to 1941; Mrs Boettcher read interesting letters from former members away. Gifts were presented to Olive Moore and Mayme Schrader. At the Auxiliary business meeting, Child) Welfare Chairrnan Elsie Lockwood gave the report of clothing purchased and serft to two-year old assigned child; and the auxiliary gave $3 to the Red Cross Drive. Birthday Party Joel Chipman, nine year old son of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Chipman was guest of honor at a birthday party, at his home on Saturday. Members of his class at school were invited and attending were Douglas Black, Nancy Becker, Lynn Caster,, Vickie Koestler, Lorelli Lavrenz and Robert Ortman, v Indoor games were enjoyed, followed by lunch, after which Joel opened his gifts. Joel's grandmothers, Mrs C. B. Chipman and Mrs Van- Steenberge assisted. Scouts Reorganized " Boy Scout Troop 48 met above the Bank Mon. evening. Frank Wichael, District Scout Executive, was present and assisted with the renewal of their Charter. Ernest Lavrenz is the new Scoutmaster, Walter Steward is Committee Chairman and Glee Bullock is Institutional Representative. Other committee members are Stanley Black, W. F. Harnstreet, Allen Hinckley, Ray Lovstad and Ray Westling. Wfrs Lawrence Doege entertained Monday afternoon with members of the Monday Birth-' day Group as guests. She will also be hostess to the Jolly Ten Club Thursday afternoon in observance of her birthday which is March 14. Mr and Mrs Hiram Ackerman and family with Lois TrunkhiU were Sunday dinner guest 01 Mrs Ackerman's mother, Mrs< Ruth Krueger of Lone Rock. The J. D. Bridge Club met with Mrs Ray Hoppus Thursday evening. Margaret Batt won the prize for high score and Mabei- ine Lovsiaa the prize for low. Velma Olson aiso attended. Mrs Bertha Mansmitn returned home the last of the week alter visiting relatives m Corwith and Algona. Mrs Gillespu and Mrs Verl Elmore of Algony spent Saturday afternoon Witn Mrs Mansmitn. Members of the WSCS of the Methodist Church are having a rummage sale this weekend ai the furruture store. The Fidelis Class will also hold a Bake-Salc at this location on Saturday. Mrs Jay D. Graham spent from Tuesday till Sunday a; home, but returned to the Kenneth Graham home in Mason ^ity, where she is assisting with the family care while the son Kenneth remains in the hospita; following surgery of a week ago Mr Graham took his wife tc Mason City Sunday where he spent the day. Mr and Mrs Paul Olson and Larry left Saturday with their trailer house for Winner, South Dakota where Mr Olson will b< employed in building anothei new elevator. The Olsons had spent several weeks here be tween positions. Some 11 members attended the Birthday Circle party at the home of Mrs E. C: Bierstedt, Friday afternoon. Guests were Dorothy Marlow, Gladys O'Donnell and Esther Sorehson. Thursday, March 14, Iff? (Id.) Uppsr dti Molnti-7 100th BIRTHDAY At FredericksbUrg,' Mrs Louisa Niewoehner 'has recently observed her 100th brrthday, with 5 generations of descendants present. She was born in Germany, coming to America in 1872. DIES Iowa lost one of its oldest residents recently, in the death of Mrs Frances Fischer at Kinross. She was 101 years old. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Firth Portland was Saddened by tht; death of Mrs Clara Combes ol Clear Lake, mother of Mrs Virgij Schrader. Mrs Combes and hei. sister, Mrs Gertie McCalmon made their home in Clear Lake. but spent .much of their time at the Schrader home here. Mr and Mrs Glen Larsen entertained 12 little boys, friends ana classmates of their son Paul, in honor of his 8th birthday, last Friday afternoon. • Mrs Earl Zwiefel and Mrh Victor Fitch started for Cleai Lake. Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs Clara Combes, but. turned back because of slee', freezing rain and icy roads. Mr and Mrs Donald Mains and family of Algona visited Sunda> afternoon at the Herbert Nelson home. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Marvin Marlow home at Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque of Ames spent the weekend at tht parental, C. L. Young home. Mrs David Bolie and Mrs C. L. Young attended, a Homemokers Club officers meeting at Algonu Monday afternoon. Mr Ernest Raney of Livermore Visited at the Ray Fitch home Friday afternoon. Mrs Raney i' visiting a son Charles Raney in California, in the service. Mrs Ray Fitch called at the C W. Heerdt home Monday morn ing. A man's character is made by what he stands for, but his reputation is gained by "* what he falls for. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS SAFE DRIVER Henry Bode, Woden rural carrier, has been awarded a pin for 26 years of accident-free driving. Actually, Mr Bode has carried the mail for 33 years without accident; however, the' National Safety Council program didn't begin until 1930. The Liberty Bed was cast 111 England in 1752. For A Fast & Easy Way To Find NEW PHONE NUMBERS USE A LIST FINDER Metal or Plastic in Gray, Walnut, Birch, Mahogany, Oak $1.95 $2.95 $4.50 A A Wide Selection Available At Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. Phone CY 4-3535 Algona STATfc SOJt C6WSEftVAfie» COMMITTEE Or IOWA NOTICE Of ELECTION OF COMMISSIONER FOR THE KOSSUTH SOIL . o.. aort V AT1O.N DISTRICT, EMBRACING LANDS LYINO IN THE COUNTY OF KOSSUTH IN THE TTATE OF IOWA To all owners and/or operators Of 'ands lying within the Kossuth County Soil Conservation District, comprising the territory described as follows: All land lying within the boundaries of Kossuth County, Iowa exclusive of incorporated cities and towns. Notice is hereby given that on the 25th day of March 1957 between the hours of 6:00 P.M., and 8:00 P.M. an election will be held for the election of a commissioner for the Kossuth County Soil Conservation District. All owners and/or operators of lands lying within the above mentioned territory are eligible to vote. Polling place for the election is as follows: Burl High School, Burt. Iowa Eligible voters residing within the District shall cast their ballots at the polling place. Eligible voters not residing In the District, or who will be absent from the District On the day of election may apply In person or in writing to the County Auditor at Algona. Iowa, for "absentee ballots." Each applicant for an absentee ballot shall state his name, residence, location and acreage of land owned or possessed, arid interest therein. STATE SOIL CONSERVATION COMMITTEE By K. M. Wagner, chairman (Puoltshcd March H and 21, 1957, In The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moln- This year, stort your chicks on ^ettvt t&4M ewe* WAYNE CHICK STARTER Now wjth •icluilv* Bfw F:AA;C Rafle Mat balances proteins, amtno a'clds ' and calories for hotter than over food utilization. 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