The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 14
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V (ta.) Upper 5t» Melnn ttiurwlay, Apr!! II, 1W Family Dinners Follow LuVerne Confirmations LuVeffie — Confirmation services look place Palm Sunday in the Zion Lutheran Church with ft class of three girls, Karen Kelson, Joyce Meyer and Diane Groh. Mr and Mrs Jon Nelson entertained at a dinner in Karen's honor with guests, the Rev. and Mrs Louis Wittenburg and Mrs Errtma Nelson of Corwith. Mr and Mrs Harold Meyer had as guests for a dinner honoring Joyce, her grandparents, Mr and Mrs C. O. McClellan and Mrs Tillie Meyer. LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Herman Hinz and Ruth Ann of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Leonard Wilson and daughters. Livermore and Mrs Orvflle Ramus and children of Fort Dodge. Diane Groh did not have a dinner but guests here for the confirmation wore her sponsors, her aunt, Mrs Daryl Fredericks and Eddie Erdmdn of Livermore. Also her grandmother, Mrs Mina Notestim of Livermore and Mr and Mrs A. J. Saxton of Hardy. Graduate Telegrapher Dennis Schulz graduated Friday, April 5, from the Institute for Telegrapher School in Marshalltown. He will do some practice telegraphy at the M & St. L office here for two weeks. He will then be assigned a station. Mr and Mrs Schulz are staying with their parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz and Mr and Mrs Otto Ramus. J. J. Club Meets The J. J. Club were guests Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs Harry Lichty. Fourteen members answered roll call on Easter. Mrs Herman Schulz reviewed the book "Minding Our Own Business"'by Charlotte Paul. The next meeting will be with Mrs John A. Ramus. Cfturch Baptism* Baptisms in the Methodist church Sunday were Sandra Jean, daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Nelson and Sharon Kay, daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl Barton. The Rev. Worthie K. Usher officiated. At the Evangelical United Brethren church, the four children of Mr and Mrs Howard Stoddard were baptized by the Rev. J. Paul Stevens. They are DeWane, David, Dennis and Donna. ' Visitors Honored 'Mr and Mi£ Harlan Schneider and son Micky of Reno, Nevada, on a two weeks visit here with his parents and otnei relatives, have been honored with several family dinners and parties. Saturday evening a party was held in Hie town hall in their honor with the hostesses, Mrs Elmer Richardson of Slater, Mrs Martha Schneider and Mrs Albert Schneider. Cards were played with high Gerhart Myer end Mrs Harold Nielson, Jr., low, Albert Schneider and Mrs Charles Hinz. This is the first visit of Mrs Harlan Schneider, the former Marilyn Linabary of Reno, with LuVerne relatives, since their marriage three years ago. They were also honored with post nuptial gifts. Out of town guests included Miss Jarine Schneider, Kansas City, Mr and Mrs Sanford Reed and family of Arnolds Park and Mrs Richardson and children of Slater. On Palm Sunday, Mrs Martha Schneider entertained at a pre- Easter dinner. Guests were Miss Jarine Schneider, Kansas City, Mrs Sanford Reed and children, Arnolds Park, and Mrs Elmer Richardson. Mr and Mrs Walter Engel went to Eagle Grove Sunday and attended the baptism service in the Methodist church for their grandson Mark Duane, son of Mr and Mrs Loren Appenzeller. A dinner was held after the service. Mr and Mrs Leland Thaves and Linda of Des Moines were weekend visitors in the Clarence Nielsen home. The ladies are sisters. Visitors Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielsen were his brother, Mr and Mrs Albert Nielsen, their son, Mr and Mrs Jerry Nielsen and Bobby and Mr and Mrs Eugene Sweeney, all of Britt. Clarence is convalescing from recent surgery. Mrs Anna Blumer, her daughter, Mr an4 Mrs George Schnetzer and family attended a potluck dinner in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Art Kraft in Renwick. Their daughter Jerilyn Kraft was confirmed in the Lutheran church Palm Sunday morning. Mr and Mrs Arthur Dimler visited Saturday to Monday with their daughters, Mr and Mrs James Neville and Diane in Ames and also Mr and Mrs Don Irey, Mark and Donna at Clarence. Enroute to Clarence Sunday morning they stopped in Cedar Rapids where Mr Dimler went to a state convention of the Rainbow Division at a hotel there. He was a member of this famous Division in World War, 1. Mrs Edward Ramus attended a confirmation dinner Palm Sunday in Corwith honoring Jeannie Fleming, daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Fleming. Mrs Ramus wns one of her sponsors and Clarence Jurgesen was also a sponsor. Mr and Mrs Harley Christensen of Estherville were Sunday supper and evening visitors in the hptn&,of her Mother, Mr and Mrs Eerie Hanselman and family. Editor, ahd Mrs Elwood Geary and sons, Mike and Eldon of Corwith were Sunday supper and evening guests in the home ol Editor and Mrs Jack Roos, Jan and Lynn. Mrs Edward Lindebak was hostess to the Bid N Bye Bridge Club in her home Friday eve- COMPLETE Dairy Dispersal Having decided to discontinue dairying, I will sell .myiw herd oi high grade Holsieins and Grade A nulking-equipmeni on my farrn located 2 miles south of Pilot Grove Store and first place west, or 7»/a miles west of Elmore on State Lin* road, or north fro«(i Swea City to slate line road and then 4 miles east, or 3 miles south ajid 4 miles east of East Chain School, on THURSDAY, APRIL 25 Sale to start at 1 p.m. Lunch available on the grounds 46 HIGH GRADE HOLSTEINS 46 Pearl, 6 yrs., fresh April 3rd with twin calves; Blackie, 3 yrs., fresh April 7 with heifer calf; Tillie, 3 yrs., fresh Feb. 1st with heifer calf; Rudy. 8 yrs.. milking now, due July 20; John, 6 yrs., milking now, due Nov. 10; "Betsy, 4 yrs., due April 29; Linda, 6 yrs., due April 19; Patty, 3 vrs« due April 25; Nancy, 4 yrs.. due AprU 20; Susie, 4 yrs., due April 14; Rosie, 6 yrs,, due May 1; Mable, 8 yrs., due April 28; Kay, 3 yrs,. due April 30; Daisy, 6 yrs., due May 15; Nayla, 3 yrs., due April 19; Tiny, 3 yrs., due May 2; Mully. 8 yrs., due May 18; Bar-face, 6 YTB,, due June 18; Cleo, 4 yrs., due May 19; Bobee, 3 yrs,, due June 17; Tudy, 3 yrs.. due April 29; Dessie, 6 yrs., due in May; Norm*, 3 yrs., due May 10; 11 Springing Heifers, some will be close by sale day. One Heifer artificially bred, due Oct. 12. 9 Open Yesrlkig Heifers. ThU herd has just passed a clean T.B. and Bang's Test with no reactors and individual health papers will be furnished with each Mima) day of sale. There has never been a T.B. or Bang's reactor ta thii herd, This herd is producing Grade A milk, In 1958 with 15 cpws and 8 heifers in production there WM $7837,48 milk sold with U,68% test, The bull these cows are bred to now was out of a cow with 563 Ibs, of fat and sired artificially, AUCTIONEER'S NOTE; This is a good herd of Holstein* with a lot «f »U» AND quality. They show breeding, type and production. Start miss this sale if you want good cows and good equipment, . MILKING EQUIPMENT 8-«Jall milking parlor with syphon system; 8-can Master milk cooler with side opening. 82-gallpn Thermagray Electric heater and Ideal Milk House beater combined. Double tub steel wash tank. Collapsible- steel milk can rack, holds 12 ' gal. good milk cant. Jameiway Easy Go 10-bu. steel , uftr towel dispenser, iingl* unit Surge bucket, old type, This equipment is all like new, nlng. Guest players were Mrs Hugh Shirk, Mrs Arthur Dimler and Mrs Duane Neal. At play, honors. Mrs Shirk and Mrs Neal. Mrs Anna Hanselman and Mr and Mrs Eerie Hanselman attended the open house in the Algona Trinity Lutheran church Sunday afternoon in honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of their nephew and cousin, Mr and Mrs John Hanselman. Mrs Albert Schneider, daughter ianelle and their house guests Mr and Mrs Harlan Schneider and son of Reno, Nevada visited Thursday and Friday in Slater in the Elmer Richardson home, Sp 3 John Putzstuck of Fort Sheridan, 111. visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Bert Putzstuck over the weekend. Guests for dinner Sunday honoring John were Mr and Mrs John Hamilton of Titonka, Mr and Mrs James Putz- stuck of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs Paul Bell of Eagle Grove, Mr and Mrs Joe Putzs"tuck of Lu- Verne and their families. Mr and Mrs Carl Groh, Jerry and Diane were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Gilbert Rowen, Faith Ann and Larry in Garner. Mr and Mrs Walter Hefti of Britt called in LuVerne Sunday afternoon and visited in the home of his father and sister, John Hefti Sr., and Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman. Mr and Mrs Paul Will and sons of Mason City were Saturday oversight guests of his mother, Mrs Theresa Assing. Mrs Paul Phillips and daughter Miss Joyce of Stewartville, Minn., were overnight guests Saturday in the home of Mr and Mrs Hugh Shirk. Mr and Mrs Albert A. SchlpulJ accompanied by his brothers, Mr and Mrs John Schipull, Mr and Mrs Carl Schipull of Goldfield spent Saturday and Sunday in Minneapolis, Minn.^hey attended the Ice Follies. Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner visited Saturday and Sunday in Des Moines in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Julius Gramenz. Jerry Groh, Minneapolis, spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Groh and Diane. Guests in the home of the Rev. and Mrs Worthie Usher and. children Sunday were Mr and Mrs Glen Skow of Hornick and Mr and Mrs Clifford Cook of Havelock. Mrs William Moeding accompanied her parents, Mr and Mrs Anton T. Skow of Humboldt Saturday to Westbrook, Minn, where they visited until Tuesday in the home of Mrs Anna Christensen, sister of Mrs Skow and other relatives near -by. Mr and Mrs Earl Gronbach and four children of Hayfield, Minn, visited their parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach and Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz over Palm Suni day. Mrs Gronbach and children will remain for a week's visit. Harold Zentner of Madison, Wis. came Monday to visit his aunts, Mrs Martha Schneider, Mrs Lillie Hesse and Mrs Mathilda Stoddard and uncle. Fred Hinz. He came for the funeral of his uncle Chested Stoddard Tuesday, serving as a casketbearer, Harold, better known as "Snicks" is the son of the late Mr and Mrs Hiram Zenther, longtime early residents here. Miss Jarine Schneider of Kansas City arrived Saturday to visit her parents, Mr' and Mrs Albert Schneider, sister Janelle and also her brother, Mr and Mrs Harlan Schneider and son of Reno, Nevada visiting here. Mrs Charles Hinz, city librarian reports the receipt of 75 new books for the traveling library. Friends here will be interested to know that Miss Jeanette Skogmo of Des Moines, sister of Dr. John M. Skogmo has been in San Diego, Calif, visiting her brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs R. WE AND RECOMMEND PLANT FOODS rtdiwi borw, i $•? bunk. B cominB 4 «nd well Bumper for Ford ~ reU b/ftke. 9 goodleed bunks, one Trtclor; pelue plow; Gump rake. i (Sutib 99 Mike •rywwwuettJt before jHde* No property to be J uniU M«le4 Ier> Nel rufpwwliili iw *ccid»nU ibould LAWRENCE JENSEN, Owner P*uJ Oldecbw* Rlnwe, w»d Cfawley Quinn, Banwoft Finu HitiaMi B«ak «f Klnor* BLENN for corn end other * grains " BRIMM and other bigbrvaiue cropt PASTURGRO . ; , the plant food made especially for grass and gr^|:legu»e pasture* £ I ftt in right owoy aftowr yew Ai Advertised In The FARM & HOME Section ROBINSON PRODUCE Wesley G. Haas. Snroute home she will visit in Chicago. Miss Skogmo is well known here as she visits her brother and famify. -BURT By Mrs Jessie Rash The Burt "Band Mothers will have the April meeting at the school house Thursday the 18th. Hostesses are Benita Mitchell, June Presthus, Rose McGuire and Irene Nauman. Fun time in charge of Mary Beth Hamilton and Iva Marie Woltz. . The following boys won awards in Cubbing and received them recently: attendance pins, Danny Castor, Douglas Black, Roger Bullock, Roger Giddings, Robert Ortmah and Joel Chipman; Wolf Badge — Gold and Silver arrow, Alein Hein; Gold and Silver arrows to Douglas Black and Rob* ert Lovstad; Silver Arrow, Robert Ortman; Bobcat Badge, Henry Meier. <There are two new members in Den 2 — they are, Clint Patterson and Ronald Preslhus. Mrs Jessie Rash with John Rash were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs David D. Miller near Algona Tuesday. Evening visitors at the Miller home from here were Mr and Mrs B. E. Miller and Sharon and Mr fetid Mrs Harold Reimers and children. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs David Miller. ' .., The Pastor's membership class of the Methodist church were ypecia! guests at a communicant's breakfast Saturday morning at the church. After the Lenten breakfast the class received their first communion. Mrs Samek \vas hostess assisted by Mrs Glenn Teeter and Mrs Rex Molund. The following are the mem- I'ers received into the church: Jane Black, Terry Joe Cook, Dennis Hfeerdt, Linda Jean Lockhart, Linda Lee Marlow, Frances Arm McDonald, Janet Mitchell, Judith Mitchell, Sharalyn Noland, Denise Reutzel, Donald Reutzel, Myron Reutzel, Patricia Ann Scjiwietert, Gweneth Teeter and Brian Zweifel. Mr and Mrs George Patterson received word Saturday of the death of the letter's brother-in- l;nv, Irving A. Nelson of Lake Mills. Mr Nelson died following a heart attack at his home Saturday. He owned and operated the Cool Springs Canning Company in Lake Mills. Funeral services were at Lake Mills Wednesday with relatives from here attending. Mrs Mary Petterson took her small son Charles to Masoft City where he underwent a tonsilec- torny on Monday. Charles is nearly three years old. Mr and Mrs Paul Olson who are living at Winner, South Dakota, where he is employed, will observe their 25th wedding anniversary on April 23. Mr and Mrs Larry Holding, with Ladell and Larry Olson are inviting the relatives and friends of the Olsons to participate • in a card shower honoring them on this occasion. The box number is 52. The * Monday Birthday Club met with Mrs James Stow April 15 in honor of her 63rd birthday which was April 11. Mr and Mrs Chuck Benson of Algona called on the Howftrd Batts Thursday evening and also visited at the Wm. F. Batt nofne. Art Leason left Sunday ft* a visit with relatives in Florida and other places. He accompanied Mr and Mrs Donald Ekstfom and Gladys Leason of Minneapolis. The women are nieces of Mr Leason and they will visit the Elbert Sewicks at Ft. Pierce, Florida also. Mr and Mrs Q. O. McFarland attended Confirmation Services at the Trinity Lutheran church in Algona Sunday, as a granddaughter Linda was a memoer of the class. Dinner was given in Linda's honor at the Laurence Riedel home following the service. Several women from Burt attended the April Algona Circle meeting of the R.L.D.S. Church, held at the home of Mrs Robert Thiel of Emmetsburg, Wednesday the ,17th. Harry Sewick of Ireton will spend sometime with his sister Mrs Art Leason, and visit other relatives. Arlene Johnson, employed 'by Western Electric, is now working in Wayerly and spent Ihe week end with his mother, Mrs Oscar Johnson and family. A family gathering was held at the home of Mr and Mrs George Patterson Friday evening honoring the birthday of the two year old ^-anddaughter, Susan, daughter of the Kenneth Pattersons. Attending the dinner were Mr and Mrs Robert Harvey, Mr and Mrs Donald Patterson, George and John of Burt and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Patterson and children of Swea City. Mr and Mrs James Harvey of Waterloo were evening guests. Mr and Mrs Fred Vogel will spend Easter With Dr. and Mrs Robert Melville and children in Iowa City. The Birthday Circle met with Lottie Isenberger Wednesday. All members were present except Nettie Lavrenz. Guests were Cora Stow and Vickie Schrader. The next meeting will be with Carrie Larson April 25, with basket lunch, as usual. Mr and Mrs Wm. F. Batt and small grandson spent Sunday evening with the Kenneth Bolies. Larry Hinckley who has been working in Storm Lake spent the weekend with his parents the Al Hinckleys. Parents Of San Bancroft -*- Mr and Mrs Paul Schrauth are the parents of a son born Friday at St. Ann hospital. Quadruplet calves were born at the George Pierce farm near Glidden recently. The little Herefords weighed abuit 25 pounds 10 days after birth and are doing fine. Only two triple dead heats have ever occurred in the history of horse racing — at Agua Caliente, Mexico and at Aqueduct, N. Y. FARMERS-SEE ALLIS-CHALMERS D-14 TRACTOR AD IN FARM & HOME SECTION * * * "As Advertised In Farm & Home Section" BRADLEY BROS. 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