The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1957 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1957
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Moving Day At Whittemore Last Sunday •** Sunday was fnovittgday here In Whittemore. Gary Elbert, formerly employed with the Whittemore farmers Co-operative creamery, and now employed with Virgil Elbert at well drilling moved from the house owned by the Whittemore Co-operative Elevator Co. to the Virgil Elbert home In the west part of main street, Mr and Mrs Elbert moved to the former Catherine O'Brien home in the east part of town which they purchased following the death of Mrs O'Brien. James KoUasch moved from the John Meine home to the Elevator home vacated by the Gary Elbert's. Fraficis Mullin moved to the home he purchased recently from Raymond Kollasch in the east part of town. Raymond Kollasch moved to his parent's home three miles west of Whittemore last week, as Mr and Mrs Frank Kollasch retired from their farm and moved to their home the late Grandma Dailey home which they purchased last year. Dennis Weber vacated this home and Amoved to his parents farm, when Mr and Mrs Simon Weber moved to town to the home they purchased from Daniel Foley. Robert Fleming who had been occupying the home of the late Mr and Mrs Chris Meyer in the north part of town moved to his home here recently bought from Francis Mullin south of main street on highway 44 Sunday afternoon. The South Side Card Club met «t the home of Mrs Louis Braatz last week Tuesday. Mrs Harlan Vaudt winning high, Mrs Anna Baas low, and Mrs Peter W. Kollasch travel. Mrs Harlan Vaudt arid Mrs George Meyer were guests of the club. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith accompanied by Mrs L o u i s Braatz attended the funeral of Henry Dacken held in St., John's Lutheran church in Burt, Saturday afternoon. Mr Dacken was .an uncle of Mr Heidenwith. Lisa Jane, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph KoEasch of Elmore, was baptized by the Rev. P. G. Weinhold, in the morning service in St. Paul's Lutheran church. Her maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Louis Greinei-t, were "her sponsors. Mrs Mathilda Meyer underwent surgery Monday morning in the Lutheran hospital in- Fort Dodge. Mr fiftd Mrs George Megrefcac- cofnpiftied b£ Mr Mid Mb wll. liam Mey«f Sr. t tiiited Witn Mrs Mathilda Meyer In the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon. The latter underwent a major operation Monday morning. Mrs George Wichtendahl is a patient at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt are parents of a daughter born Monday morning at the Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg. They have three other children, a boy and two girls. Mrs Voigt was the former Joan Kelly. A number of relatives of Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy gathered Sunday evening to help Mr Dunphy celebfate his birthday. Present were Mr "and Mrs AJfthur Gade and daughter of Algona, Mr and Mrs William Gade and daughter Willereta, Mr and Mrs Lorenz Gade and family, Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mr and Mrs Erwith Siems. 500 was played. Arthur Gade winning high and Lorenz Gade winning second high, Mrs Lorenz Gade high and Mrs Arnold Gade se- conB high for the women. A delicious Dutch lunch was served before the guests departed for home. Agnes Schipporeit was a dinner guest Monday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, in honor of her birthday April 1. Following the dinner she was called to the Forrest Gilmore home where she was pleasantly surprised when she was met by a group of friends who had gathered there in the early part of the evening. Present were Mrs Paul Weinhold, Mrs Edwin Gade, Mrs Dora Faulstich, Mrs Wi'lliam Faulstich, Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Harold Kuecker, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl, Mrs Reuben Butzke, Mrs Milton Espe, ,Mrs Elmer v Qstwald, Of here. Mrs Richard Theesfield and Mrs ErAn Biersted qf'Fenton, Mrs Forrest Gilmore and Mrs Dora Faulstich were" hostesses. Mfs Conrad Alig is visiting at the home .of- her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs Donald Wiebmim in Evanston, 111., and is getting acquainted with her new granddaughter. Mr and Mrs George Meyer accompanied by Mr an'd Mrs William Meyer Sr., visited with their sister-in-law and sister, Mrs Mathilda Meyer in the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon. "• Mr 'and Mrs George Steward who had been visiting here at the home of Mrs'Steward's parents Mr and Mrs P. J. D.ahlhauser, left Tuesday of last week for their home in Phoenix, Arizona. MPS Louis Braatz accompanied Mr and Mrs Clyde Girigench of West Bend to Worthington, Mihn. last week Monday • where they attended the funeral of an uncle THESE WOMEN! By d'Alesslo visited Thursday and Friday in Mason City in the home of hi? sister, Mrs Minnie Dickie. "What's the use of my scowling it you don't look at met" SUNDAY and MONDAY When the kisses of courtship turned to terror, 1 Julie fled for her life. It's electric with SUSPENSE all the way! M-G-M PRESENTS DORIS DAY LOUIS JOURDAN BARRY SULLIVAN FRANK LOVEJOY IN Vern Genrich. Others who attended were Mr and Mrs Martin Mey-' ey of Garner, Mr and Mrs Erwjn Struecker of Rodman and Mr and Mrs Walter Struecker of West Bend, Mr Genrich was an uncle to the Garner folks and also to the West Bend people. His wife was the former Tillie Struecker of here, Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt are the parents of a daughter born Monday morning in the Memorial hospital in Emmetsburg. They have a family of three girls and "a boy now. to improve after being hospital- 2 Service Men On Visits To LuVerne Homes Luyerne — M/Sgt Gordon Dimler of Fort Benning, Georgia visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Dimler, the past week. A family dinner in his honor wa held Sunday in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs William Gray in Eagle Grove. Attending wera his parents, Mr and Mrs Dimler, sisters, Sheryl, LuVerne, Mrs George Goodner and children of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Morris Espeland and family of Fort Dodge. Mrs Dimler and four children who have been for tui extended visit withj iiati^par- ents, Mr and Mrs Earl Buckingham in Eagle Grove will now return to Fort Benning with Mr Dimler. 2nd Lieut, and Mrs Gerald E. Hebrener visited his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Arthur Dimler Thursday. Together they went to Ames to visit until Friday in the home of Mr and Mrs James Neville and Diane. 2nd Lt. Hebrener is the son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Hebrener of Mason City. He just returned from three year's service in Anchorage, Alaska and goes to Marquette, Mich-, for a new assignment. Returns For Summer Mrs Ella Woito has now returned to her home after spending the winter months with her sons Ha/old and Milton Woito 'families in Cedar Rapids, She visited the past week, with her daughter Mrs, Dale Kitley and family in Hardy. , J. J. Club Meets The -J. J. Club were guests Friday in the hprrie of Mrs C. W Bjustrorn. Roll pall was answer ed by giving "Favorite Magazine." Mrs Joseph Thorn had thu Topic on "How to Get Most Out of the Food Dollar" which wa; most interesting and jmforma- tiye. , , ' Mrs Ole Carlsqn and children accompanied by Mrs C. O. McClellan spent the week in Waltham, Minn. Mrs Carlson visited her husbandj Mr Carlson and Mrs McClellan visited her son-in- law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Eldon Marty and daughter, Jo Ann. Mr and Mrs Donald Porter and daughter Debra Lynn of Fort Dod^e visited in the parental Bonnie JSllifritz home Sunday. Mrs EUifritz who had been assisting in the home of her daughter with the ncnv baby returned home with them. Mrs John A. Ramus and daughter Nancy visited Saturday and Sunday in Sioyx Falls, S. Dak., with the former's mother, Mrs Cecile Wermersen and other relatives. Mrs Wermersen continues ized with a coronary condition. Mr ami Mrs James Esser of Winnebago, Minn., spent the weekend visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs August Ei-berts and family and his parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Esser in West Bend. Mrs George Goqdncr, David and Irma Jane of Des Moines. came Thursday to visit a week in the home of her parents, M: and Mrs Ralph Dimler and family- Mr and Mrs Charles Him and Lester had as Sunday guests her nieces, Mr and Mrs El do Beckman, Windom, Mrs Louie^ Warner, Fairmont, and Mrs Eugene Blow of Monterey, Minn. Mr and Mrs Alfred Smith and two small daughters moved Monday to the tenant house on the Loyd Larson farm where they will be employed. Elmer Kubly and Fred Goetsch were business callers in Webstei City, Saturday. Mrs Cora Ross of . Huniboldt and sister, Miss Florence Hof oi Waterloo visited Saturday and Sunday with their brother, Mi and Mrs Edward Hof. Mrs Doris Kimzey \\\id son Jimmy of Milo were weekend visitors in the home cf theii daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs Bryce A. Wickett and sons. Mrs Anna Goetsch, : : ons, Arlic Goetsch, Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and Darlone visited Saturday evening in the home ol :heir daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs George Kraft and family near Kanawha. The occasion was to celebrate the seventeenth birthday of Georganne Kraft. Mr and Mrs Charles Wolf of Fort Dodge visited his sister, Mrs Kate Barton Friday evening and with their friends, Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk. Miss Margaret McCrady of San Diego, Calif, visited her grandmother, Mrs Anna Goetsch Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and son David of Algona visited Friday evening with his mother, Mrs Anna Goetsch. Mr and Mrs James Mallory had as guests Sunday her sister, Mr and Mrs Doug Boyer and Becky of Des Moines and the ladies' parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Madden of Fenton. They celebrated thi third birthday oi Becky Boyer. Sunday afternoon and evening visitors in the Mrs Lillie O. Hesse home was her daughter, the Rev. and Mrs Elmer Wehrspann of Aurelia, her son, Dr. and Mrs Norman Hesse of Renwick and their families. Mrs Kay Harmon ;md sons and her father Henry D. Rintau visited Sunday in the homes of Mi and Mrs Albert Nielsen and Mr Magazine Sabs Drive Sponsored By Legion Women American Legion Auxiliary, Ha^ Unit 90, of Algona, an- n >u.'ires that it is sponsoring its anrui.i] magazine subscription (.-umpnign for the purpose of purchasing new additional portable r ick room equipment for the use of residents in their own homes. The American Legion Auxiliary now has on hand for free use to v?.'-:idents, portable invalid wal- kfis, walkerettcs, crutches, whee! chairs, hospital beds with mat-, bedside rails, fracture frames, trapeze, and other sick room equipment. This portable sick room equipment is housed in Algonn, LuVerne, Swea City, Titonka. Bancroft, Lakota, Whitte- inore, Ledyard, Fenton, Burt, Lone Rock and is readily available for temporary use to any resident of this area for home use without charge. Your magazine order will help further this community service project, and each resident ir urged to cooperate. Donations are not solicited or accepted. Residents when called on should request to sec the bonded representative's letter of introduction and authorization, signed by Aux. Officei's and Members. All bonded representatives- wjll be registered at the sheriff's office as well authorities. as with other or SERVICE MEN KOREA (AMfMC) — Specialist Third Class John S. Rosenstiel, 21, son of Mr and Mrs Sidney Rosenstiel, Algeria, Iowa, is assigned to Company B of the 24th Infantry Division's 19th Regiment in Korea. Specialist Rosenstiel entered fhurtday, April 4, (la.) Upfisr &*t Mdta**-S the Army in January 1&S5 and completed basic training at Fort Carson, Colo. FORT feELVOlR, VA. — Pvt. Mark M. Becker, son of Mrs Justine Becker, Route 1, Wesley, Iowa, recently was graduated from the ten-week supply at the Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Va. The course trained enlisted personnel to receive, store, issue, ship and salvage construction materials and other engineer supplies and equipment, Becker entered the Army in Octobr 1956 and received basic training at Fort Hood, Tex. The 22-year-old soldier attended St. Lawrence College, Mount Calvary, lege. Wis., and Loras Col- (JDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Awarded Don Hemmingsen, local Culli - gan dealer, was honored with a plaque denoting ten years of service by Harold F. Werhane, president of Culligan, Inc., at. a district conference of dealers .'n Omaha, Mar. 26. The award was for service to this area as a water conditioning expert. HAND Clifford Hoaglin, of Hillsboro, lost part of his left arm recently as he was sawing wood on his father's farm.' -The arm was amputated about five inches above the wrist. In addition to being elected, a Senator mast be at least 30 years of age, and a resident of the state which he represents. NOTE: Both "THE BRASS LEGEND" and "GUN T HE MAN DOWN" will play at the Saturday Children's Matinee Club Saturday afternoon at 2 P.M. PLUS: SIX COLOR CARTOONS THURSDAY For Three Days A Mutual Investment fond United Income Fund United Science Fund United Continental Fund United Accumulative Fund For Prosperous and descriptive literature, without obligation, fill in and Return This Advertisement. WADDELL & REED, INC. Principal Underwriters 1012 Baltimore Ave. Kansas City 6, Mo. 40 Wall Street New York 5. N. Y. JOHN C. LOVE BOX 182 — ALGONA, IA Name _______________________ City ______ ..... _-.._ ........ Address _____________________ "Offices From Coast To Coasl" WYATT EARP JAMES ARNEtt fast On The Draw OBRIEN screen •HOT-OONFUKt THEM AH T>OWN See Our 9* and Mrs Jerry Nielsen and families at Britt. Miss Sandra Stripling of Spencer spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs Jessie Stripling and family. Joyce Phillips spent the weekend in the home of Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk. Joyce is the daughter of Mr arjd Mrs Paul Phillips of Stewartville, Minn., formerly of LuVerne. She began work Monday morning in a Rochester hospital. Mrs Marie Stoddard has now returned to her home hen; after- spending the winter month:; in Fort Dodge in the homes of her sons, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Stoddard and Mr and Mrs Russell Stod- dcircl and families. Mr and Mrs Berlin C. Ramus and Sheri spent the weekend it; Dccorah, in the parental Mr and Mrs L, C. Seim home. The occasion was to celebrate the birthday of Mr Seim. Mr and Mrs Fred Baump.nrlnrr 'RAINBOW OF COLORS' The ELITE SHOP in New Hats! • NAVY • BLACK • PINK • WHITE • LILAC • ORANGE • BEIGE • GREY • REP Home of Beautiful Millinery Dr. J. B. HARRIS Jr. ANNOUNCpS THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICiS IN THE GENERAL PRACTICE OF DENTISTRY OFFICE AIOVE IOWA STATE BANK, ALGONA Phone CYpress 4-2334 — is here waiting for you ... In mcjny, many dramatic variations, and in lush colors that make you feel and appear like a wonderful new lady! Lipht-as-a-spring breeze in smooth and rough textured straws and fabrics garnished with flowers, bright fruits and glitter. You're invited to see our complete collection of Easter bonnets I $4.98 to $15.00 The swagger hat of supple, featherweight felt — ? favorite for the soft, casual look. The ELITE SHOP t HANDBAGS U* A parkable head-hugging cloche uilh a pretty ufi'-luc-i'auc look. t BIOUSES f HOSIERY A frothy white bow ca utter dy. Nff*V'*'**™'W™ l ^^^^W^^^W^^^^^^flppPW^^^" Spring bonnet of psah.giw {event bliupu,

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