The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 56
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 56

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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4*Atflorta (ta.) Upper DM Thu«day, May 16, 19S7 Burf Appoints New Commit fees Americ.-m Legion and Auxiliary held a joint meeting at the hall Tuesday evening During the program a special number 'The Old Rugged Cross" was sung by Wallace Hawcott, Plans were made to clean the hall on Wednesday) May 22, the group to assemble at 1:30 p.m. The following committees were appointed at this time: nominating, Beth Miller, Helen Smith and Gladys Hawcott; poppy* Ruth Carman and Betty Hiatt; window decorating, Genevieve Graham and Heien Smith; auditing, Mary Nelson and Elsie Lockwood: flower. Thecla Christensen, Grace Trenary, Elva Boettcher rnd Cecila Scott. Band Mothers Elect The Band Mothers group met Thursday evening at the school for the regular meeting. The officers for the coming year were chosen. They are: president, Mary Jean Andrews; secretary, Ethel Dremmel; treasurer, Rose McGuire; the committee, Toots Hoppus, Loretta Lichter and Shirley Lovstad. The last. meeting of the Burt Woman's Club for this year was held Monday with Mrs Freder* ickson and during 'the business session Mrs Russell Patterson, the new president, appointed her new committees. Ihey as;e as follows; project, Mary Smith, Jaunita Hamstreet and Lifie McMullen; music, Efna, Baars; entertainment, Marie Bahhson, Ruth Clapsaddley Nelle Dremmel and Helen Vogelj refreshment, Beulah Bullock, Ruth Hodgson, Esther Hodgson, Lillian Meinzer, Margaret Smidt and GeneVieve Gra ham; Gerontology, Elsie Lockwood; Americanism, Elva Boettcher; towel, Rowena Ryerson; Safeth, Esther Sorenson; histor- an, Erma Pratt; publicity, Ruth Alice Patterson; legislative, Beth Miller. Df. and Mrs 3. 0, Clapsadd arrived home Tuesday after se era! month's vacation spent Florida. They visited relatives Illinois enroute home. Hawaiian Prom Honors Grads Af Offosen Woman's Club Tea The Burt Woman's Club entertained at a May Day Tea Monday, May 6. The event was held at the home of Mrs E. P. Frederickson with the senior girls guests. Following the business meeting games were enjoyed. Tea was served with Mrs Russell Patterson and Mrs R. H. Thompson presiding. Guests were Marlene Black,' Arlyce Johnson, Mary Keith, Beverly Larson, Karen Lavrenz, Rose Petersen, Karen Steward and Alice Thompson. Mrs Russell Castor and Miss Erna Baars also received corsages. Mr and Mrs Art Leason had as Sunday dinner guests the fol- owing relatives, Mr and Mrs Don Gross and family of Fenton, Mind Mrs Glenn Grouse and chil- ren of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs C. M. Gross. The A. & B. Club met May 13 with Mrs Charles Scott. A 1 p.m uncheon was served and anniversaries of Mrs Scott and Mrs W. W. Boettcher were observed. The Birthday Circle met with Nettie Lavrenz May 8 with 12 members present. The next meeting will be with Lizzie Giddings on Thursday, May 23. A covered dish lunch will be served. Burt Community School received four I ratings at the recent contest, three going to vocal groups which were under the direction of Erna Baars. Mrs Cora' Stow attended the Mothers and Daughters banquet at Swea City Monday evening. She was a guest of her daughter, Mrs Cecil Godfredson of Swea City. Mr and Mrs Leo Edwards of Clear Lake were Thursday visitors at the E. C. Schwietert home. Glenn Reibsamen and son, Ned, of Marshalltown, spent Friday night with the Merwyn Cunninghams and were supper guests Friday at the Floyd Reib- samens near Titonka. They also called on Mrs Fred Stow Saturday. Gileses — A Hawaiian settin was the theme of the junior senior banquet and prom held li the Twin Rivers High School a Bode Saturday evening. The meal was served in tht school dining room by sophomore girls and boys who were dressei in Hawaiian costumes. Jerry Jensen served as toastmaster. The program was as follows: Hawaiian Koma Mai, Delores Hagen; ' "Aloha" But No: Good-Bye, Henry Meyer; Hawaiian War Chant, Jerry Mitsven; Wind and Hurricane, Richarc 1 Falb; Isle of Golden Dreams, A C. Leuthauser, superintendent: and Aloha Oe, Wayne Knudson. Mrs David Engels played piano reveries. Following the banquet hour the juniors and seniors enjoyed a THESE WOMEN! BycTAlmte 44 .. . . furthermore, if yoa take her for a mack later, remember, NO PICKLES, or she'll be awake all night crying for mummy 1" prom in the new gym. program included a boys quartet. | guests at a steak supper at the Members of the senior class of I f^ d k*™™ Enckson reac Twin Rivers high school returned them , e J ne ha d written this home early Saturday following a **olrir> rlrnr*' f« H/r«k*H«....,.1!.. mi to Minneapolis. There are 34 in the class and all were present on the trip. Principal David Duey and Mrs Elwood Rummens and Mrs Erling Olson accompanied them. Among the points of interest they visited were the Ford Plant and General Mills. Eighth Grade Dinner Members of the Ottosen Twin Rivers eighth grade class held their banquet Thursday evening at 6:30 at the Kropf Cafe in Bode. Guests were Mr and Mrs Charles Eggerth, Mr and Mrs K. R. McLuen, Dr. Isaac Shohet ol Bode and Miss Alice Johnson. Dr. Shohet was the speaker for the evening. Numbers on the FARMERS! SEE US FOR PHILLIPS 66 QUALITY ANHYDROUS AMMONIA BOOST YOUR CORN CROP WITH THE BEST AND MOST ECONOMICAL FORM OF NITROGEN WITH $1 PER BU. CORN YOU CAN EXPECT FROM $2 TO $5 RETURN FOR EVERY DOLLAR SPENT WITH MOR-GRO. IT'S AN IMPORTANT FACT! MOR-GRO DOES NOT REQUIRE MOISTURE TO DISSOLVE AND TAKE IT DOWN INTO THE ROOT ZONE. IT IS PLACED THERE AND READY TO GO TO WORK IMMEDIATELY. Contact Us For Full Details South Phillips St. ALG ONA Phons 4-2/01 Susan Olson, 'the trumpet trio, Sandra Erickson read the - year on Democracy. Two Mother's Programs The members of the two groups in Ottosen entertained at Mother's Day progravns this week. Wednesday af term ion about 50 members and gunsts were present at the Lutheran Ladies Aid. Airs Amy Torkelson of Thor was the guest speaker. Other numbers on the program were Welcome by Roy Enockson, Devotions by Rev. Harold Mountain, a reading by Mrs Loran Daniel and musical numbers by the ladies quartet. • Two members, Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Mrs >"ercy Watnem were presented Life Membership pins. Mrs Olvin Haug made the presentation. Other gifts were given to the oldest mother present, Mrs L. B. Gangestad of Bode; the oldest mother from a distance, Mrs Amy Torkelson of Thor; the youngest mother from a distance, Mrs Sherman Silbaugh of Humboldt and the mother with the- youngest baby, Mrs Vincent Salz of Ottosen. Friday afternoon members of the Presbyterian Women's Organization entertained for Mother's Day. The program was as follows: scripture by. Mrs Albert Thorsen; prayer, Mrs Ralph Richards; welcome, Mrs Earl Long, president of the organization; response, Mrs Dale StrutheVs ol Wesley; roll call was answered by a scripture verse; Jr. high girls quartet and a skit "by a group of members. Those taking part were Mrs Albert Thorsen, Mrs Jesse VanBuskirk, Mrs Joe Leitl, Mrs Earl Long, Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mrs Ralph Richards and Mrs Roy Telford. A vocal solo by Mrs Arnold Bratland of Bode followed the skit. Mrs Earl Long "presented awards to the oldest mother present, Mrs Caroline Telford, and to the mother who came the greatest distance, Mrs John R. Coyle of Hartford, 111. The song. Mother's Prayers, was the closing number followed by the benediction by Mrs Harold Mountain. Legion Hall in JIumboldt on Wednesday evening. Wednesday evening" visitors at the Roy Enockson home were Mr and Mrs Henry Satern of Livermore. Sunday Mr arid Mrs Roy Enockson and Barbara were guests for Mother's Day at the Lowell Shelgren home at Gilmore City, Mr and Mrs Lester Lonning and Johnny of Humboldt were Friday evening visitors at-the Howard Hellickson home. Visitors on Mother's Day at the Loran Daniel home were Mr and Mrs Homer Johnson and children of Boone and Mrs Leon?. Daniel of Humboldt. Mrs Kate Shursen, who has been spending the" winter with a son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs W. P. Truesdell at Titonka, returned to her home Saturday. , . Mr and Mrs Earl Olson spent Mother's Day at the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs William Olson at Charles City. Mother's Day visitors at the Earl Long .home were Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland and family of Bode and Mr ,and Mrs Charles Spurlock of Sutherland. Saturday afternoon Mrs Peter Enockson and Mrs Bertha Jacobson were guests at. a birthday party honoring Mrs Sam Thorsland at the Thprsland home at Bode. Mother's Day dinner guests at at .Whittemore Sunday, Saturday and Sunday Merle E, Holt , attended a training School for directors of the Every Memi her Visit for, the Evangelical Lu± theran ChUfch at the Seminary at St. Paul, Minn, . Mr and 'Mrs Olvin Haug and' family visited with his mother, Mrs Marie Haug at Bode on Mother's Day. Mother's Day guests at the Ted Underberg home were Mr and Mrs Wallace Underberg and rtayi of Fort Dbdge. ' i Mr and Mrs Anthorty, Waechter and Donald and Gary spent Mbth« er's Day with . her parents, Ml and Mrs Peter Dahlhauser at Whittemore. , Tuesday evening visitors at the Percy watnem home were Mr, and Mrs Milton Espe and boys and Mrs Pearl Hanson of whitte- more. . Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem;,£rid 'Mr find; Mrs Allan Watnern ^Visited at the •Paul Watnem hMe -at Belmond Sunday afternoon : the Percy Wat- ; nems and the Allan Watnems visited with Mis Pe.rcy Watnem'sJ mother, Mrs Manda ;Mitsven at Bode. • f ! Lakota Band Group Elects New Officers The Mesdames Wilson Brack and Elton Head were hostesses to the Band Mothers Monday night. : Officers elected for the next- year were Mrs Jerry Heetland, president; Mrs John Rippentrop, vice president; Mrs Steve Tjaden, Secretary; Mrs Elmer Paulson, assistant secretary; Mrs V. A.-Barrett, treasurer. ATTENTION, FARMERS! Ruth Speich, who has been ai the parental Antone Speich home for a month to help with household duties while her mother was convalescing from surgery, has returned to her work at Ames Mr and Mrs H. J. Nielsen were Mother's Day dinner guests at the Kermit Shimon home at Rolfo. Robert Lee of Tulso, Okla. i~ spending a three week vacation at the parental Oliver Lee home. Attending the Biennium of the Federation of Women's Clubs at Boone on Thursday were Mrs Harold Mountain, Mrs Alben Thorsen, Mrs Earl Long and Mrs Ralph Richards. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson and Mrs Kermit Fowler and James were WAREHOUSE SAL A of ROW, never-used machinery and many non-current items... so you're the winner with BIG savings EXAMPLES OF THESE SAVINGS: 60 Pull-Typs COMBINE Save To $425 on PTO Mode! Save To $475 on Engine Model 80 Self-Propelled COMBINE - 10, 12, 14 Ft. Cut Save Up To $450 No. 1 Automatic BALER - A Few Older Models at Terrific Savings Up To $500 K, ^n 7 SWATHER With 9 Ft. Cut - Save Up To $100 No. 20 Wide level DISC HARROW - Save Up .To $30 to $60 NOW AT BRADLEY BROS. Every Piece of Equipment On 5a|e Is Famous, Straightline MASSEY-HARRIS the 'Louis Jacobson home were Mrs Biaftha Jacobson and Arlan and iMf.-.-and. Mrs Edward Zinnel and LesliS Ann. • Afternoon visitors .were <Mr and M^ Allan Wehrspan,n and family and Mr and Mrs Roy Telford and in the evening Mr and Mrs James Jacobson were there. Mr and Mrs Chester Alme spent Thursday evening with her mother, Mrs Maude Blanchard at Lone Rock. Sunday they spent the day with their daughter, Shirley, at Blair, Neb. Sunday evening guests at the Magnus Bratland home for Mother's Day were Mr and Mrs Sherman Silbaugh and Vickie and Mr and Mrs Richard Christiansen ol Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Harold Dale and Debbie of Dakota City. Visitors from Thursday till Saturday at the Mike Coyle home were Jerry Coyle of Greenville, Illinois and Mr and Mrs John R. Coyle and family of Hartford, 111. Friday evening other visitors were the Bernard Coyle famib of Bode and the Donald Brandhoij - family of Bradgate. Sunday Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle were dinner guests for Mother's Day at the Donald Brandhoij home at Bradgate. . Callers Sunday at the Merle Holt home were Mr and Mrs Lee Holt and family of Spencer, and Mr and Mrs Floyd Holt and family of Algona. Guests at the Oliver Kinseth home for Mother's Day included Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs. M, O. Kinseth and family of Algona and Mr and Mrs Olvin Haug and family. Mrs Anna Longseth accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, | Mr and Mrs Harold Sundet and family of Algona, to Nevada Mother's Day to the Joe Long? seth home for a (amjly gathering. Mr and Mrs Richard Kropf and family spent Mother's Day with her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Skattabo at Wallingford. M r and Mrs Sam Kropf were guests on Mother's Day at tlu Harold Kropf home at Dakota City. Mr and Mrs Duane Kropf and family of Creston visited from Sunday evening until Tuesday at the Sam Kropf and RicharcJ Kropf homes. Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs Essie Cooper tor Mother's Day and to honor two of Mrs Cooper's grandchildren! Lloyd; Cooper, son of Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper and Arlys Cooper, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Cooper of Sutherland, included the Ralph Cooper family of Sutherland, Mr and Mrs Clyde- Cooper and -family of Dexter, Minn,, Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper and farnjly and Mrs Hollis Cooper and family. Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz were Sunday guests at the plantation at a gathering of the family of Mr and Mrs Godfrey Loebach o{ Wbittemqre. The dinner was to honor the Loebach's twins, Mar- ieen and Marvin, who were members of the senior class graduated from Presentation Academy New Store Manager • '• Mrs John Lundquist and two daughters came from 'Iowa City and on Thursday 'Mrs Lundquist took over the managment of the Murray Drug Storei She, will be assisted by Mrs Sophia Ellsworth. Mr Lundquist wilj come here when this term is finished. He is a dental student. Mr and Mrs Harold Ahrens, who have managed the store for about a year, left Friday. The Messers and Mesdames Jerry E. Ukena and Irvin Wortman were , Sunday guests in the Ralph Dewey home at Sac City. Mrxand Mrs Burdette Hoeppneii an'd children and the Misses Emma and Lena Gutknecht were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs John Hoeppner at 'Calumet. Mr and Mrs C. C. Gerzema and Kent and Mrs Carlyle Gerzema returned l}ome Friday from a two week Vttit with their daughter and family, the Ed Leavitts of Glendale, Ariz. Mrs Mary Zoller accompanied Mrs Fern Peterson of Swea City to Garner May 7 to attend the fittl .District Legion Auxiliary m fhe n Mesdames W. fi. Ley, Emma- Smith and Elizabeth Schaper took Mrs Harriet Wafburton to the -Good Samaritan Homie at Pocahontas where she will be temporarily. immi . | . | , || . 1<| _ .Mr and Mrs Robert Addy and children visited the former's brother in Des Moines Sunday. Mr and Mrs J. E. Ukerta were in Des Moines Tuesday on business and then drove ,to .Pella. ; Rev, and Mrs Harlan Kruse will be attending general assem- by In Omaha, Neb., May 14 thru the 24. Rev. Kruse goes as delegate from Fort Dodge JPresbytery. Miss Lavaun Barrett, R. N. of. fies Moines and Mr and Mrs Virgil Barrett artd son of Sheldon were guests of their parents, Mr afsd?Mrs V. A. Barrett Saturday until Tuesday. They came to at- t^nd-the graduation of Lurene Barrett. ' Miss Carol Winter arrived home the past'week from Man> kato, 'Minn, where^she has completed a secretarial course., r Sunday dinner guests in the Raymond Winter home were Mr and Mrs Donald . Winter and daughters of Elmore, Minn., Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder and Russell, Mrs Martha Schroeder and daughters, Ledyard and Mr , and Mrs Wayne Gade of Whittemore. Little Russell received the Sacrament of Baptism at the E-; and'R. Church in Ledyard Sunday morning with his aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade. Dr. and Mrs R. L. Williams of Rogecs, Ark. arrived Monday en- route to their cabin at Red •Lake, Canada where they will spend the summer. They will visit relatives and friends for a week before leaving for the north. • , Rev. and Mrs Gerald W. Ukena of West Union were Sunday afternoon Visitors with his mother, Mrs Ida Ukena. Mr and Mrs Royce Hippen had their'baby son, Michael, baptized at the 'morning servioscjn the Buffalo Center Reformed church. GRANDPARENTS " Little -Brencla Jedtt Upah of Vining has elevert living grand-, parents: four grandparents, three great grandparents • and • four great, great-grandparents, \t IT'S NEWS - WE WANT « QUALITY ENGINEERING In LOW COST CHAIRS! QDM Classifieds Pay Dividend; . fl«« design, foatn cushioned and witH ' dfamitlc two-ton* uphalatery ft. ea*y 6ntrertlp Adjust' tn<nitB.,.<3uflllty -engineered but low priced UPPER DES MOINES PUB. CO. Algona, ta. GET TWO-YEAR IMMUNITY AGAINST HOG CHOLERA! • Vaccinate In LESS time, with LESS trouble, at LESS cost,Witt ROVAC* Hog Cholera Vaccine* ftaqulrci no tttum whin uiad on htflllky ptgi not expend to hog cholaro. li not copabl* of Introducing hog cholera or any olhtr iwlne dlitau. *Full n«m» of product li HOG CHOLERA VACCIN8 ( tin Vlmllobttt Orlgln-Vauua-DfM IOYAC U. I. f at. N«. J, JH.97I As Advertised In farm and Home Section RUSK DRUG STOP RAT DAMAGE! with d-CON d-CON GUARANTEE d-CON ii guaranteed to destroy rats and mice on your properly or your money bock. ACCIPI HO SUISTITUTES. \ d-CON Concentrate Mot.i« M Ife. •! tall As Advertised In Farm &'Home Section KOHLHAAS HARDWARE IN ALGONA ___ _ ••• -^—• mim 7 ROOM HOUSE WITH BATH, AND LOT WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC AUCTION ON ... 2 o'clock P.M. LOCATION - On East Nebraska St. (119 E. Nebraska), second house east of Dau garage. DESCRIPTION - Lot Seven (7) in Block Twenty-eight (28), Original Plat AN gona, Iowa. Lot is 65 ft. x 133 ft. approximately. THE PROPERTY A modarn home, seven rooms and bath. Downstairs has living room, dlnina room h.draam kachen and bathroom. Upstair, has three bedrppms, Coal burning fymac! Ho Ta'ter hZTr' Garage. Near-full basement. Adjacent to business district. . '* f n««i. nor water heater. TERMS OF SALE 1-Bidden can bid en complete property, hous? gnd |pt, 2-Bidders can bid on the house olone, to be removed by buyer within 60 davs 3-—Bidders can bid an tha lot ntnn'a In «.«*<> U«.t uu :- *__ i . . ."V'V ^-Bidders can bid. en the let afcnV '" ease best bid is fer house to be moved 4-parage -will be sold separately | n event tha house is sold separately ' Sellers will reserve right te reect qny er all bi'Js. However, they also reser ' Successful purchaser will pay 50% down ef successful bid If for house olon» it and lot, 20% dewn at time ef tale, balance on tMivory ef mwchindK titU "and tMivory ef mwchnd titU and ef let sold septate, ?0% «t tim* ef sale. Pessessien and delivery of er possibly ieener, and final payment by purchaser at that timeT Inspection pf Property Can Be Arranged by Calling CY 4-2195 i §Q Heirs of Frank Tietz 0«ile Auctioneer ROSINE W, WOLTER, Agent

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