The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1957 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 28, 1957
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Ledyard Church Plans Father, Son Banquet Ledyatd «* the Rosary Society of Sacred Heart Church in Led-" yard met Wednesday afternoon, March 13 A with 25 members present. A luncheon was served by the committee of Mrs Ted Thii- ges, Mrs Ferd Koppen, Mrs Alfred Menke, Mrs Irvin Huskamp, and Mrs Hubert Govern. All kitchen cupboards are to be cleaned end the contents inventoried before the April meeting. The committee is Mrs Alfred Menke, Mrs Ted Green, Mrs Adolph Hatten, Mrs A. B. Weaver, Mrs Ted Thilges, and MM Cyril Miller. Mrs J. F. Sullivan was named courtesy chairman. The Rosary Society will hold a Father-Son Banquet on Sunday evening, April 28. Menu committee members are Mrs Verne A. Anderson, Mrs Les Mino and Mrs Mel Haag. Dining room committee is Mrs John Steinberg, Mrs Fred Richter, Mrs Donald Koppen, Mrs S. L: Powers and Mrs Ted Thilges. Program committee consists, of Mrs Frank Rottermaft, Mrs loseptine Mynn, find Mrs Vemon Haag. The ticket committee is Mrs J. P. Sullivan and Mrs John Steinberg. Kenneth Hoh&nstein of Minneapolis, and Morris Gildimister of Gnylord, Minn., cdllege frieftds of Patrick Sullivafl, spent the weekend viiitiftg at the home of Mr and Mrs J. F. Sullivan. Mrs SJarl Moore of Etnrnetsbufg came Sunday to spend a few days visiting his sister, Mrs Eunice Dyer and son Howard. Mrs Lena Fisch of Athelatane, Wis. came Sunday to visit at the home of Mrs Ixsuise Herzog and sons. She was a guest on Sunday at the Harold Herzog home. Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade of Whittemore are the parents of a baby boy born on Tuesday, March 12, at St. Ann hospital in Algpna. He has been named Craig Harry. Mrs Gade is the former Darlene Schroeder. Mrs Marie Halvorson and Marvel went to Minneapolis on Friday and spent the weekend visiting at the home of Mrs Esther Halvorson. Mr D. A. Carpenter who was taken to the Naeve Hospital in Albert Lea last Sunday, had major surgery there on Tuesday. Mrs Carpenter has been therewith him each day-and Mr and Mrs E. A. Carpenter have been there several days. He is recovering nicely. Mr and Mrs George Thompson, : cte/^# ; 'works H oes» ••- • --/• ">,-. •*.,.' '" •' •>*"•' ; .•-'.'. I"''.. • ''.'."' " . "Extras" is right.. .and you'll find them only ih Wolverines and in the right places. W Style No. 721 THESE WOMEN J v i pxis^v-vv, IROPKEM "Okay, I missed the poor, little rabbit! Happy?" extra wear When yoy want|nan.,staj wear *- here's a work- shoe with plenty^ of n. Made of naturally tough Shell Horsehide for miles more wear. extra comfort ... Although tough for extra wear, Wolverines are actually soft as buckskin .. . Triple-tanned that way by an exclusive process. They dry out soft, too! extra value Wolverine shoes give you this extra long wear and extra softness at no extra cost to make them the top value for your workshoe dollar. LEUTHflLDmiJAMS .IOWA Ledyard, and Mr and Mrs J. A. Zweifel of Corwith were Sunday dinner guests at Humboldt at the home of Mrs Ethel Emrie and Father Frank Amspoker. All are former LuVerne residents. Mr and Mrs Fred Munyer are the parents of a baby girl born on Wednesday, March 13, at the Community Hospital in Blue Earth. She has been named Michelle. Karen Schroeder came home on Wednesday to spend- several days between terms at Iowa State Teachers College. Mrs Gertrude Wiemer accompanied Mrs D. A. Carpenter and Mrs E. A. Carpenter to Albert Lea several days last week and while there went through the clinic for a check up. • Mr Robert Senenfelder Sr. ,came home from'the Blue Earth Hospital on last Sunday having had -surgery there the preceding week. Roy Herzpg has been ill the past two weeks suffering from a virus and throat infection. He was able to be back in school this Monday, Mr and Mrs L. A. Junkermeier, v/no have been spending .the past |eye?aUvwe^kt'' - x at ;,the. home of uieir.sioh"and*family the Marvin Junkermeiers, since Mr JUnker- meier came home from the Bluq Earth hospital, came home on Sunday. Mrs Junkermeier hab also been ill. Mr and Mrs Caryl Owens arid family of Winnebago spent Saturday and Sunday at the . JunkermeierWhonjfc Mrs Owens is their daughter, Delores, Mrs Ida Darnell went to Rochester on Friday to spend several days at the home of her daughter Gertrude and family, the Thalfred Udstuens, Mr and Mrs Harold Herzog spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Des Moines attending the Iowa Retail Lumberman's convention. Duane Darnell A. N. came home Thursday from the Naval Aar Base in Memphis, Tenn. tq spend a two weeks furlough at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Darnell. Upon hisj return he will be stationed at the Naval Air Base at Hutchinsdn, Kansas. Jpe McDonald and Ervin Kramersmeier returned home Friday evening after a two weeks vacation trip *o Florida. UDM Classified* Pay Dividend* Titonka Couple Wed 40 Years Titonka — Mr and Mrs Conrad Schmidt observed their fclth wedding anniversary Sundry March 17, with a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. at their home. Approximately 110 guests called to extend congratulations and best wishes. Hosts and Hostesses for the, reception were the children of the Schmidts, Mr and Mrs Irvin Schmidt and Mr and Mrs Maurice T. Sunde of Mankato. Assisting as hostesses for the reception were Mrs Carl Doege of Buffalo Center who poured coffee and Kathleen Miller who registered the guests. June Miller had charge of the kitchen, assisted by Mrs Gerhard Klasse and Mrs Clarence Steiff, both of Forest City. Anna Schmidt and Conrad ' Schmidt were married March 14, 1917, at Immanuel Lutheran church northeast of Titonka by the late Pastor Wellner. After that they farmed in the Titonka vicinity, until 1953 when they moved to Titonka to make their home. Out of town guests who attended were Mr and Mrs Archie Steiff and Mr and Mrs Clarence Steiff of Forest City, Mr and Mrs Gerhardt Klasse and family of Jpice, Mr and Mrs Ben Wessler- man and son Ralph, of Bancroft Mrs Christena Doden, Irene and Rudy of Woden, Mrs Leo Wolf of Algona, Mr and Mrs Henry Engstrom of Algona, Mr and Mrs Joe Zaugg, Mr and Mrs R J. Klema of Estherville and Mr anfl Mrs Virgil Miller of Albert Lea. are in this area. Others are Hancock, $291,760, 30 percent; Humboldt, $245,529, 27 percent: and Palo Alto, $236,375, 32 percent. The Kossuth figure is mon: than 10 percent ahead of the national average. A bill is pending in Congress to raise the interest rate on series E and H bonds to 3Vi percent interest at maturity, and approval is expected soon. If passed, the higher interest rate would cover all bonds purchased since Feb .1, 1957. Plan Program On Family Living Presidents and vice presidents of all clubs wishing to take part in Home Economics Extension activities are meeting with mom bers of the Family Living Committee to discuss a new program for 1957-58. Four meetings will be held over the county at which time a discussion will be held concerning the Kossuth County program Questionnaires wil be handed to the representatives who in turn will take them to their clubs to be checked. The dates and places of the meetings — March 19, 9:30 a.m., Mrs John Ludwig, St. Benedict, home; March 21, 2:00 p.m., Mrs Flora Bradley home in Bancroft; March 21, 10:00 a.m., Mrs Ralp'.j Walker home, Swea City; March 18, 2:00 p.m., Mrs Ervin Gerber home, southwest of Algona. Members of the Family Living Committee are Mrs Ervin Gerber, Algona; Mrs H. S. Montgomery-i Algona; Mrs Hubert O'Brien, Bode; Mrs Fred Asa, Algona; Mrs John N. Ludwig, Corwith; Mrs Flora Bradley, Bancroft; Mrs Owen Berhow, Lone Rock; Mrs Ralph Walker, Swea City; Mrs Q. A. Bjustrom, Burt; Mrs Dean Swanson, Swea City. New Manse For Lakota Church At a meeting of members oJ the Lakota Presbyterian church, recently, a vote of 65 to 47 went , March 99, Iftf Algftfta (la.) Upptf DM a three bedroom hotae, a for the pastor, living room and dining-kitchen combination. 4-DHAWER-- STEEL FILING CABINETS, Economy grade, very serviceable, nylon rollers, $39.50 or with lock $48.50. We welcome comparison — this is truly the best buy for the money any* where, upper Ues Moiftes Pub. Co. 9tf on record as favoring construe* tioh of a new* manse for the pastor at a cost not to exceed $21,500. The new manse would be built on the present site with the old one to be removed and sold. The building committee consists of Frank Lewis. W. fi. Ley, C. A. Gutknecht, J. R. Heetland, Olga Wortman. Mary Seemef and Lena Gutfcnecht. The initial plans have In mind INSTRUCTION IN 'HEAVY EQUIPMENT Men ate naw being selected io train tot tttt fifesel and Heavy EquipmeaJ iadttftitf. High p*y and future itcutiif we ihe benefits of a trained uUT ertialiftftd Dietel man* If you art mechanical minded write io u» fof i*«* infer * maiion wlihout oWiflalton as fo how vou may bteome * part of this rapidly expanding industry ia . . . • Biesftl Mechanic* * Diesel Parts • Diesel Operation • Diesel Sales We will give you complete details about possibilities for you in this field. Write at one* to: TRACTOR TRAINING SERVICE. INC, P. O. Box 69, Algona, Iowa DRIVE THE DECATHLON WINNER'S? CHEVROLET! Drive the car that won the world's first Auto Decathlon—a ten-way competitive test of steer* ing, braking, road-handling, passing ability! Any car behaves well enough on straightaways. But how about those times when emergencies call for extra precision of control and quick recovery? Now Chevy has proved its greater sure-footednesa in the world's first Auto Decathlon, certified by the NATA.* It romped, through | rugged ten-way test of hairpia cornering, acceleration, handling ease, steering and even-keel braking . . . and finished first over' all the other cars in its price class. Over all the higher priced cars, too! Gome drive the car that won the Decathlon—and also won the official top.performance award this year at, Daytona. Come in Now—Get a Winning • Deal on the Champion t 1USA ^National Automolift Testing Association Kossuth Folks Buy U. S. Bonds Citizens of Kossuth county purchased $431,713 worth of U.S. savings bonds during the first two months of 1957, according to county chairman G. D. Shumway of Algona. With only one- sixth of the year gone, purchases have accounted for 27 percent of the quota for the 12 month period. 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It's "Money In Your Pocket/ 1 and a Wonderful New Gas Range In Your Kitchen I NORTH CENTRAL PUBLIC 109 SOUTH HARUN &r 44414

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