The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1957 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 28, 1957
Page 14
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(tft.j Uppsr , March 81, WHO IS IT ? IS IT YOU ? YOUR PICTURE HERE IS WORTH $2.00 IN TRADE -.-..-. .. __.. '•( ' ' ~ $f%» F' •*"*••* , •^^••••••••MEaC",.li. IUJL. Man u m«Mte " * jgu^ >• ' T » v i - -n«, JUST IDENTIFY YOtmSELP AT ALGONA UPPER DES MOINES OFFICE Worth $20.00 At CHRISCHILLES Worth $20,00 At FOWLERS Worth $20.00 At S & L STORE 200 At Annual Meeting Of Oil Firm, Swea City Swea City — Two hundred persons, including stockholders of the Farm Service Oil company and their wives, attended the dinner and business meeting of the company at the Swea City school building Saturday night. Members of the Music Mothers club served the meal. The program and business meeting were held in the auditorium, with Richard M. Anderson showing pictures of his trip to South America. Earl Kvamsdale, Swea City, and D. D. Dreyer, P.enton, were - AND RECEIVE YOUR FREE MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE! elected to the board of directors, replacing Reuben Holcomb and John Nyman, neither of whom desired to be a candidate for reelection. Chairman of the board will be named at the first board meeting in early April. Wm. Weltha is manager, Mrs Don Martin, bookkeeper, Elmer Swanson and Ferdie Stecker are tank agents for the company, whose main office is in Swea City. Stockholders from every town in Kossuth county, as well as from West Bend and Corwith, attended the meeting Saturday. The reports indicate the company made total sales of $279635.64 last year. * A proposed change in the articles of incorporation, passage of which would have retired the organization stock owned by the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, was defeated by a vote of 539 'No 1 to 47 'Yes'. Of the 539 dissenting votes. 500 were organization stock votes. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Carlson and daughters Barbara a n d Beverly of Litchfield. Minn were weekend guests at the home of Mrs Carlson's parents, Mr and Mrs Floyd Smith. On Sunday the Smiths, the Carlsons, and Patricia Smith of Fairmont. Minn, attended a birthday anniversary dinner honoring Mr Smith at the home of another Smith daughter, Mrs Leighton Hugoson, at Granada, Minn. Patricia Smith, daughter of Mr and. Mrs Floyd- Smith went to Rochester, Minn., March 25, to enter the Mayo Clinic for possible surgery. Miss Smith is office receptionist for Dr. Kolowski, Fairmont optometrist. Mrs Duane Campbell and baby daughter returned home Friday from Holy Family hospital, Estherville, where the baby was born earlier in the week. Members . of th'e Swea City chapter of Order of Eastern Star raised $70 in a coffee and dough nut lunch Saturday. Proceeds- will go toward the project of the grand chapter of lovva for the year, which includes the enlarging and remodding of the Eastern Star Home at Boone. An appreciative audience was present to greet the Rev. Arnold Rutledge when he preached his first sermon as pastor of the Gospel Tabernacle, Sunday morning. Special music was featured witl| a solo by Rev. Rutledge. The Rutledge family arrived Friday from St. Joe, Mo., where he had been a pastor of a church. The Harold Peterson residence on the east side of Swea City was sold at auction, Saturday. Lyle England of Lone Rock was the purchaser and it is understood the house will be occupied by Mr and Mrs Charles Paris, Armstrong, who will move in at an early date. Mr and Mrs Martin Dahl arrived home Saturday from a visit in Siloam Springs. Okla. I Clifford Van Berkhum of the Swea City school faculty will be l;iy speaker at the Lenten service of the Methodist church Sunday evening, March 31. Whittemore News Saturday evening visitors at he home 6f Mr and Mrs Arthur Jleirlenwith were Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy of here and Mr and Mrs Henry Jtueck of ton! Rock, on the birthday of Mr Heidenwith. Sunday etrftniftf caller* were Mr and Mrs GefUa'Ollortt of Algona, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyefc, Mr and Mrs Thoifias Oflfifeny aha Mr and Mrs tt«*|t Mieysjf t»l here. • . * Maflerie Jeanette, infant datt* ghter of Mr and. Mrs Melvin Zumach, was baptized in the Sunday morning services by ftev. P. G. Weifthold at St. Paul's Lutheran chufch. Hef sponsors were Mrs Donald Will at Port Dodge and Marcus Xufnseh of here. A dinner was given at thf home of her parents. - the same service JaiidM , Jfrtifflt, daughter of Mf.aftrf rs LldfcA' FtthK was also faab- tized. Her sponsors werp Mr attd Mrs Leonard Pomp£ of Letts Creek. A dlftner was given in her honor including Jief sponsors and the paternal gfandparentsv Mr and Mrs Andrew Fanfc, FlftE 2700 bales of hay went up in flames, in a spectacular fire at the Leland Sundeflaftd farm near Harlan. The blaze original ed from a trash-fire •" Madam Curie was the first woman appointed to the French cabinet. 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