The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1954 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 22, 1954
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\ f*A!g6tia (la.) Uppat Oes Maine* fuestiay* Jun& 52, Ufcu^^-I-JiJ-Jl.-!^ _.^. ...L..? . ,Z ' .8. _ ... . _ * I * St. Behediei;M & D Banquet ' The Coutt St; Benedict C. D. 01 A, held their annual Mother & Daughter banquet Thursday evening, June 10, at St; Benedict. Father Ahmann gave the -invocation find Father whyte of Corwith acted as toastmaster. The main address 'tfas given by Fr. Blase Schumacher of St. Joe, and Helen Arridorfer,' St. Benedict grand regent, also spoke. Jeanette Me Carthy gave the tribute to mothers and muscial numbers were rendered by soloist Ruth O'Hara and a trip composed of Wilma Brown, Carol Frideres and Bon-i nie Froehlich. Special guests Were Msgr. Gearen and Father Cooper of Algona, Msgr. Murphy of Corwith. Mary Bode and Clara Erdman of Wesley, and Mrs Lila Spangler arid .daughter Judy 6f Corwith, Mary Bode and ed ,~to the oldest mother present, Mrs Isabel Meyer, and the youngest "daughter, Alice Lynch. Ella Hanig won the plate prize. Attend Anniversary Mr and Mrs C. L. Livingston attended the 25th wedding anniversary of the letter's cousin and his wife Mr and Mrs Albert Ellingson at Ridgeway last week Sunday. Lutheran Circle Circle 2 of the First Lutheran church will meet Thursday, Jurte 24 with Mrs W. L. Baker. Farmers News Machinery Items For Sale or Trade at Bradley Bros. We have about everything in the line of machinery and trucks, and dealing every day. Try us now on your needs. 1949 Case A-6 Combine complete ' Hay Attachment for Gehl Forage Harvester Several 5-Ft. and 6-Ft. Mowers . ' 1941 A-C "WC" Tractor, Streamlined. 1949 Massey-Harris 44-4 Tractor with 4-row cult. 1941 John Deere "B" with 2-row hydraulic cult. (3) Used Power Lifts for A-C "WC" , John Deere Side Delivery Rake.. New Idea 3-bar side delivery rake, V, M-H 2 Row Cult. Side Dresser ^ 2-yr. old Stanhoist manure loader. . ••, > . : 1950 '/i-ton GMC Truck. * Skyline forage harvester with engine, hay head, corn head and blower. 12-ft. Gleaner windrower, complete. • Install Officers . Installation of officers was held Wednesday by Women of the Moose lodge at.ati open meeting preceded b^ a fiot-luck supper at which ,the husba'nds were guests. The installation team was past governor, Harry Barton; Installation officer, Alice Harms; Installing chaplain, Dorothy Mar- tlnek. pianist, Martha Adams; Installing guide, Wilma Strayer. Officers installed were Valeria Briggs, Junior graduate regent; Daisy Schauser, senior regent, Marilyn Moore, junior regent; Joyce Woods, recorder; Ardene Sampson, treasurer; Irma Barton, guide; Grace Turner, assistant guidej Royetta Steinman, sentinel; Elizabeth St. John, Argus, Florence Knutsen, pianist. Family Picnic A Oisch family picnic was held last week Sunday at the Ambrose Call State Park in celebration of the birthdays of Madonna, Rosemary and Virginia' Gisch, Harley and Dwight Kohlhaas, Bill Specht Jr., Dave and Gary Gisch and Ruth Arend. Gary, infant son of Mr and Mrs Barney Gisch was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's church. Sponsors were John Gisch and Ruth Arend. Baptismal Rites Baptismal riies were held Sunday at the First Lutheran church for Martha Ann, daughter of M; and Mrs Raymond Gilbert. Sponsors were her sister Patricia and cousin Purl Partello Jr. The Rev O. Leonard Nelson officiated. A family dinner was held after the service at which the guests were Mr and Mrs Purl Partello Sr., Phillip and Purl Jr., of Estherville, and Virginia . Cox also of Estherville. Whittemore. The birthday of Mr Wolter, son of Mrs Ernest Wotter was begin observed* Guests At St. Joe Mr .and Mrs Nic£ Gisch were dinner guests Sunday of their son-in-law and daughter Mr ana Mrs Anton Weydert at St. Joe. It was a Father' Day observance and others present were the soHS- in-law and daughters Mr artd Mrs James Putstuck, and Mr. and Mrs Raymond Thilges 6f St...Joe. Wedding Anniversary . Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and son Billy joined Mr and Mrs Frank Richards, Linda and Jeati- ette and Mr and Mrs M. 0. Richards and Ralph of Lone Rock and all went to Mankato. Minn., for a picnic dinner in celebration of the 33th wedding anniversary of the parents the M. O. Richards Install New Officers Wednesday noon, June 16, at Hotel Algona new officers of the Algona Soroptimist Club were installed as follows: president, Frances Grantham, vice president, Bef tha Thuente, corresponding secretary, Mary Lytle, recording secretary, Irene Griffin, treasurer, Ann Clopton, director, Clara Zender. Alice Wilkins was elected delegate. NEW IDEA I- MASSEY-HARRIS - ALLIS-CHALMERS I OLIVER - DE LAVAL - GMC - FIRESTONE I PHONE 714 S. HOTEL ALGONA Family Dinner Hosts Mr and Mrs Herman Funk entertained at a family dinner Friday evening. Guests were their sons and daughters-in-law Mr and Mrs Raymond Funk of Fort Bragg, Cal., Mr and Mrs Freder 1 - ick Funk of Humboldt and the son-in-law and daughters Mr and MrS Louis Hanson of Burt and Florence Funk of Chicago, 111. 20th Anniversary Mr and Mrs E. E. Funfar celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary June 16 and had as guests Mr and Mrs W. L. Champion. A further celebration was held Sunday at Glenville, Minn., at the parental E. W. Funfars at which other relatives were present. Whittemore Guests Mr and Mrs John Groen' and the letter's mother and sisters Mrs Ernest Wolter, Regina and Elma, were guests Tuesday evening of Mr and Mrs Harold Wolter at THE PANTIE YOUR LEGS CAN'T FEEL Pantie fan or not, this vastly 'different new. GOSSARD is for you! It combines three kinds of elastic to give complete leg freedom with fine figure control. 0£ nylon tissuenet, satin elastic front panel, and lacy elastic finish' .at the legs. S-M-L. White. $7.95 Paneled to it imoothj your turn- my-unbtlievoblj! Seated low so it holds you in — beuutijullyl Curved and lacy to it never, never binds your legs! The CHRISCHILLES STORE LOCALS Mr and Mrs Frank Sterling visited friends and relatives at Spirit Lake Sunday. Mr and Mrs Raymond Gilbert visited Mr and Mrs O. B. Kinden at Clear Lake Thursday. Mr and Mrs Richard Cook and children returned Sunday from a vacation of a week at the Oko- bojis. Mr and Mrs* L. C. Faber ahd Jane scent Sunday at Forest City with the former's parents Mr and Mrs L. E. Faber. Irene Corle had as callers recently Mrs Rea Hutchison of Waterloo and her daughter Mrs Ray Cunningham of the Doan vicinity. Mr and Mrs Eugene Faulstich had as weekend guests the latter's cousins Mr and Mrs Jobe Skiles, Mike, Kathy and Kenny of St. Louis, Mo. Mr and Mrs Raymond Funk and family returned Thursday from a vacation of a week at the Okobojis. They had a cottage on Miller's Bay. Mrs S. G. Klebanoff and children Harry and Lori are expected Friday from Montrose, N.Y., for a visit at the parental Mr and MBS Harold Gilmores. Mr and Mrs Webster Gillespie spent Sunday and Monday at Mason City, guests of the Allied Mills company at which time several hundred visitors were show ; n through the'new building. Veda Sieil is here from Washington, D. C., where she has been employed for some time. She will be here with her father Joe Steil and her brother Charles and sister Mrs Louis Reding till after the centennial. Mrs John Gisch and daughters Madonna, Rosemary and Virginia- attended the funeral services last w.eek Tuesday in St. John Catholic church at Ban-, croft for. Mrs Rose Droessler, cousin of Mrs Gisch. Mr and Mrs Harold Gouge wore visited one day last 'the Jatterls brother and 'sister-in-law, and family Mr and Mrs DortLq of Oklahoma City,- Oklar, .going from here to Coon Rapids to visit the parents Mr and Mrs Ernie Long. • Miriam and Diane Gisch, daughters of Mr • and Mrs Barney Gisch have been visiting Mr and Mrs John Gisch the past two weeks during the hospitalization of their mother. A. son Gary was recently born to Mr and Mrs Barney Gisch. Gordon Kuhn and John Kain have returned from a fishing trip in Canada at Flim-Flom where they went on a trip last _year. They report a good catch of fish but the trip home was considerably marred by heavy, rainfall and somewhat hazardous highways. Mr and Mrs Herman Funk are being visited by their daughter Florence of Chicago and their son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Sjtrr.Gnd Funk and son Jerry, nf Fort Bragg, Cal. Florence came for a visit of a few days and Raymond and his wife will be here a fortnight. Mrs T. B. Simpson left Sunday for' Fort Bragg, N. C. and will spend ten days with her son-in- law and daughter Mr and Mrs William Twombley to whom a son was born June 18. During hfv absence Mary Laubenthal will have charge of the State i'- • ''.y t'• ID. Mrs Betty Galbraith had a phone call from her daughtei Barbara Wednesday saying she had reached Harwick, Cape Cod, Mass., and is very much pleased with the location. She is a student at Drake university, Des Moines and will employed at an inn during the summer months. Mrs John Mahoney spent last week in Chicago with her niece and husband Mr and Mrs Al Faulkner and other relatives. She attended the graduation of Bryan Hobbs and also attended the graduation of her second cousin, R6b- ert Ferrigan, son of Mr and Mrs James Ferrigan from the Quigley seminary. Mrs Elizabeth Post returned Tuesday from the Okobojis where she has been with her daughter- in-law Mrs Bob Post and grandchildren Scott, Suzanne and KaWiy at their summer home. The son. Bob, who had been attending a school in Detroit, accompanied her home. He returned to the lakes for the weekend and will go thence to his home at Topeka, Kan., but the family will remain at the lakes, to be joined by him at intervals. Dr and Mrs Frank Dudenhoff- ler visited at the Frank Sterling home Friday. They were en- route to Los Angeles where the doctor will specialize in pediatrics.' He has jut returned from two years service as en army doctor, 8M> months of it being in Korea. Mrs Dudenhoffler and Mrs Blaine Nelson, daughter of the Sterling's, were sorority sisters at Iowa State, and lived in the same apartment in Honolulu while their husbands were in the service. Mr Nelson is in service near Korea at present. /Mr and Mrs Lawrence pie had as guests Friday the lat* ter's mother and sister Mrs Bertha Mansmlth and Mrs,Qe6rg<? Malius of Burt, ' J " .V/r '•' •Mrs L6*«iia , Glfflh (I being visited bv. her ion-lrt-idw;,MaJ. and Mrs cL:EVA'p"ple of Washington, D. 'C,,' whb, are- Snroi(t6 to Anchorage, Alaska, 'the Major's ngw assignment. They dame Thursday and will remain herd a few days. ' * f Mrs Lawrence Glllespie went to Fort Dodge Wednesday-, morn-' ing to be "with her'brother'arid Sister in law Mr and Mrs Tom Gillespie the latter of whomjwai* in need of -her aid>affer the death of her mother Mrs Jfinriie Carter, 86. Funeral services were held Thursday at Ft. Dodge and Lawrence joined his wne there for the rites. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Gillespie and their son-in-law arid dau* ghter Mr and Mrs Verle Elmore drove to Charles City last week Sunday and were met there by Mrs Gillespie's cousin Irrria DaVi- son, of Postville who left for California to spend a month with her sister. Miss Davison teaches ai Postville and will be there again when school opens in September. HOSPITALS June 14. ^ Mrs Gerald Soderberg, Bancroft, maternity.-' ; -June 15—Mrs Milton Wilhelm, LuVerne, girl 7 Ib. 5 oz.; Mrs Stuart Albright, ,Algona, boy, 7 Ib. 15 oz. June 16—Ole Allison, Algona, medical; Mrs Larry Steinman, Algona, boy, 7 Ib. 8 oz.; Mrs Melvin Ricks, Titonka, medical.' -\ . Junel7—Mrs Joe Balk, Algona, surgery;, Andrew'Miller, Algona, medical; Mrs Albert Thilges, jftffgrnft?! Mr* Bale Clhle} Algona, medical. Jiin* 18 — Mfs Felix f hllgjrs, Wgs"t BS«d, girl, 1 Ib; I'62.; M> ffltmd'iElbert, Whltteffior^ s\fr- gertf; Mt6 Arnold talli^f, 'A'l* gena, ,»!«,,'8 Ib. 6%-ro£* ,ajiy lM Bancroft, medical? Mft tf Ldvstad, Burt, rttedical. ;< ', JuttiS 19—Mrs Dwight Bruns, Wesley 1 , boy, 7 Ib. 14 oz.j Gloria <FhJ]ges tl Bode, f Si:A; Fern Smith, Whittemore, T & A: Eloyd Smith, Whittemore, T & A: Paul L8"rSo*h; .TitCnKa r T & Ar -Janice Larson, Titontfa. T & A; John Reding, Whittemore, T & A., June ?20*~Lincla Swanson, LU Verhe?medical.'' . •••',, „ , v , .—L 1^ ti Algona Girl Is Hurt In Crash < . * , .;..••' A former Algonan, Mrs Herbert Mathes, was injured Wednesday in an auto accident near Cedar Falls. Also injured was her'mo- ther, Mrs Wm. Krause, of Williams. v The two Women were returning to-Williams from a visit with a friend. Mrs Mathes Was driving on a.detour road when she apparently lost control of the car. The car turned over in the ditch and as if did so to two women were, thrown put.. They were taken to. a Cedar Falls, hospital where they .are being checked for injuries. The extent of their injuries is not fully known, but apparently there were no broken bones. ' * . •" The 1953 Oldsmobile was estimated to have about $1600-$1800 damage' 'and from general appearances -looked a total loss. An inspection of the car showed that one tire was completely flat which may have caused the mis- •Hap: >fhe tap 1 'of the'd»- ww! pushed down to the driver's seat, and it- is believed the two may Have been killed had .they ferna-mitd; $, the-ear. Ut Mates'had regained";'ih Willfams. 5 -,The Matheses ' had been- oni a,> twd^weeks* vfic;atlofi trifr from -their" 'home at'DuM mire, Calif, where Herb is env ployed by Southern Pacific Ry. Co. and his', wife, by the .Bank 6f America.' They had plarined 6n leaving for California Friday morning; MfS MSthes' Wollld be remembered here as Billie Mitchell when she was secretary for L. A. Wirtkel and was employed ty the low-State fiaftfo •' •' l Ex-Whittemore TeocherDies ' , Whl«em6#fe' -4 jVbf^ was re- ;' ceived hefe last wlgk 6f,the death , of, EV« \fiesleu, fdrmi^^ ,Whitte- ; more public school teacher. She. died at New Hampton, June 5, following ar short illness. She- was principal ift Whittemore for. six years, leaving two years ago. and sinde-then had bfetsn principal at Eliva high. ' ; , \Mjss Besler was born Feb. 24, 1884, 'at' Worthin^toh, Minn. MAKE WET SPOTS PAY REPLANT THOSE DROWNED OUT L0W SPOTS WITH beKALB'S EARLIEST VARIETIES -^ AND GET A GOOD RETURN THIS YEAR DeKalb is the only company which'can provide you wiih varieties which will yet mature. DeKalb has available a good suply of 41, 46, 56 and 58 — varieties usually raised' in northern South Dakota and northern Minnesota. Wiih a favorable season, they should mature with a,good yield. Don't, give up on those fertile low spots '-+ teplanl them with early DeKalb varieties. S4e or call your local DeKalb dealer. , ,'•'•'• RAY KYHL, Fentoii, Iowa ; ' GENE HOOD, Algona, Iowa C. K. HOWARD, Livermore, Iowa M. L BESCH, Whittemore, Iowa KERMIT FOWLER Ottoserj, Iowa F. W. 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