The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 22, 1954 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 22, 1954
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fi~Alflon<s (fa,fupp§r fid Meinss Tuesday, June M, 1954 Are Employed, , Wesley — Carol Hemmingsen, daughter' of. Mr- and Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen is now employed at the,Monaco Cafelit Algona.- She* ^...nilifKr'i.. .* ml. .irW*—-..A-l. I. —1--' and Kay Hilbert will be employed at Ihe telephone exchange K\ Algona 1 after July 1, r<' • ," B^tly Ann Becker, daughter ol Mrs Justine Becker atid the "late Matt Becker is nowlemployed at the Iowa State Bank in Algotta Audra Haverly, daughter ol Mr and Mrs Henry Haverly began work Jast week at the Linnan' & Lynch office in Algona. The girls are 1954 graduates of Wesley high school.'' Audra cbmmutes with E. M. Olson who is employed it Bjustroms furniture store. Methodist Circles HERE'S HOW TO PRESERVE GRASS SILAGE ^' • Sargent's Sweet Silo Lumps WE RECOMMEND 50 IBS. OF SWEET SILO LUMPS PER TON OF SILAGE All farmers know that when green forage of any kind is placed in a compact mass in Ihe silo, thai within five hours or when all the oxygen is exhausted, the development of Ihe necessary mold stops. Eventually rotting begins. •-..,-,• -• '• '. : •, .."• • Sugar in some form must be supplied to produce a quality silage from legumes or grasses. Alfalfa arid clovers contain practically no sugar. Therefore,, it must be. introduced into the silage. , " • Sargenls Sweet; Silo Lumps are a. preservative to produce a quality silage. Made of. molasses, they are very high in sugar. Used at 50 Ibs. per ton of silage, they insure a quality silage. , .-.'.'• • ? ,. , $65 PER TON ( On Sale Also At Algona Flour & Feed Co. "Makers of Famous Sargent Feeds" Methodist Circles met Wednes* day for art organizational meet-» Ing and election of officers. The Merry Mixers, Willing Workers' and Dorcas Circle were made into two groups.' The'Miriam group met at Mrs Al Wagners and elected Delores Price, captain ana Dlive Erdman, secretary. -, The Ruth group met with Mrs Olive Young and chose Clara Price aS scaptain and Shirley Sruns secretary. The two circles will serve chicken dinner to the Lions and their wives Wednes^ day evening, June 23. Tuesday Club Elects The Tuesday club met Tuesday afternoon; June 15 dt' Mfs Ida Funnemarks. -. . -Mrs Hemmingsen was elected president to succeed Jeanne Kraus; Francis Wejaer re-elected vice president a'nd Joephine Meurer re-elected secretary. C. D. of A. Meeting The C. D. of A. held a regular meeting Wednesday evening, June 16 with the new officers in charge. Mrs Dale Dornbicr received the door prize. Following the meeting bridge and 500 was played Mrs Viola Studer arid Mrs Clara Erdman received high and low score prize ,in bridge. Mrs Rita Youngwirth and Mrs Mary Joyce Haverly in 500. 'Servers were Mae Garman, Emma Olson, Rosella Neuroth, Agnes Lickteig, Ruth Youngwirth and Vera Erpelding'. On the entertainment committee w.e r e Katherine Willems, Dorothy. Eisenbacher, Rose Lickteig, Hazel Studer and Anna Hirner. Servers for the June 30 meeting are Francis Weber, Dorothy Eisenbacher, Helen Johnson, Eleanor'Hanig, Rose Lickteig and Theresa Otis. . , On the "entertainment committee are Beatrice Hildmari, Matilda Goetz, Marie Loebig, Mildred Vitzthum and Patricia Richtsmeier. Visitors At Convent Sister Martin and Sister Simona of Milwaukee, spent several days here last week vi.siting their sister, Sister Susan 'at the St. Joseph's convent. Father L. N. Klein took them to Parkston, S. D. Wednesday to see their brother Father Scheier, who is ill. Sister Hermingild Of Milwau^ kee, Wis. is spending several, weeks here at the convent. Mrs Charles Nygaard returned Thursday " from the Methodist conference in Sioux City.' Rev F. Webb has been assigned to this charge, and also Prairie Center northweast of town. Donald Hauptman received a boost in his rating June 1, and, is.rfow S/Sgt.'.He inspects planes, at Hunters Air Field, Savannah, Ga. He is only son of Mr and Mrs J. P. Hauptman. Mr and Mrs George Price and children of Missoula* Mont, arrived Wednesday to visit his brothers Charles and Harold and their families a week.; •• ' Mr and Mrs Russell McDaniel Titonka Girl To Wed On July Si daughter, Marj&rie, and Jack Bohn were married 'here, in St. Joseph's Catholic"'tehdrch, Tuesday morning. ' * Oiatti* Bush oLAlgonH Visited AugBst Hlmminls'-hbhfif ' Jft the several - iM> 'flnti Mr and Mrs Clifford Young of Titonka, Iowa, announceIthe e n g a g e m e nt and approaching marriage of their daughter, -Miss Marie Young, above, to Mr Ram> on Bisque, son of Mrs'.C.iM. Bisque, of Iron Riyer,' Mich. ' . •: .', , Miss Young will be a senior this fall in Home Economics at Iowa State College, Ames, Iowa. Mr Bisque is a graduate of St. Norbert College, West DePere, Wis. He is now employed by Iowa State College to do research in connection with the Ames diyi- sion of the Atomic Energy Commission -while he is continuing graduate study in chemistry. :;:• The ceremony will take plaice on July 31, in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church, Algona. 'i I : ABSOLUTELY: THE ' LAST CHANCE To Get Your Free Pontiac Ride! • '•>•' LAST DAY IS THURSDAY, JUNE 24 We hav°en'i any "strings" or "gimmicks" to'our offer for you to take a free Pontiac ride durii i Pontiac Demonstration Month. We just want you to come on out and drive the new 1954 Pontiac ever a five-mile charted course. We want you to see for yourself why "Dollar for Dollar You Can't Beat A Pontiac" And even after ihe ride you're absolutely not obliged to us in any way. But we will give you a free number which will make you eligible for the $1500 worth of free prizes. WIN ONE OF THESE 13 FREE PRIZES! FIRST: $400 TV SET SECOND - Barbecue Stand on wheels plus $100 Purchase Certificate THIRD: Luggage Set Plus $50 Purchase Certificate NEXT FIVE: Each a $100 Purchase Certificate which can be applied on any new or used 1950 or newer model car. NEXT FIVE: Each a $50 Purchase Certificate which can be applied on any 1946 or later used or new car. ALL PURCHASE CERTIFICATES GOOD FOR ONE YEAR! $1500 TOTAL IN FREE PRIZES! To be eligible for the free prizes all you have to do is lake a five-mile ride in a new 1954 Pontiac, plus (1) be of legal age (2) live within trade area of Algona (3) drive the Pontiac one way of thp demonstration route. Each driver will be given a number man and wife two numbers. There'll be no "sales talk' by any of us, just a nice friendly visit and ride. Drawing Friday, June 25 I 8:00 P. M. FREE COFFEE AND DOUGHNUTS You Need Not Be Present To Win. Take Your Free Pontiac Ride Today! Algona Implement Co. PONTIAC - CADILLAC - INTERNATIONAL of Radcliff spent several days last week at the Clair RoBinson, home. On Saturday,'the ,two' couples visited the Newton Scotts' at Algona. Mr and Mrs Ronnie Newbrough and daughters returned home Tuesday evening from a 10- day vacation trip' to Ft. Collins;Colorado. Mr and Mrs Jack Vitzthum stayed at the Newbrough home. ; ' Mr and Mrs 1 John Meyer have named their new baby Michele Ellen. , " ' ' The bulletin board at the Methodist church which! is part of the memorial to the'late Rev.'J. A. 1 Riggs given by his children was installed last week by pans Engen and "Otto Henderson. Mr arid Mrs Otto Henderson spent- Friday,- June 4, with .Mr and Mrs Ed Meyer former Wesleyans now living in Cedar Rapids. Mrs Meyer is recupefat- ng from eye surgery. / v."; Mr 'and Mrs Mark Smith and ions, Nichols, Iowa, and Mr and Mrs Joe Kelly and daughter of Smmetsburg were June 13 week-end guests at the Lawrence Smith home. • • '• r ! n" n Betty Becker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom Becker has been smployed. at Dreesmans' Poultry Souse in Algona. '••••'. Mr and Mrs Henry Haverly, Mr and ' Mrs Kenneth Haverly and children, Mr and Mrs Roy Kollasch and Gayle were Wednesday evening guests at the Denis Hav'Srly home in honor of /the latter couples oldest daughter Jean, who was three years' old. This group will be dinner guests at the same place Sunday in honor of their 2nd daughter Connie who will be* two on June 29 and Shirley who "was one Monday, .June 21. Mr and- Mrs Theron Hansen and Teddy and Carol Hansen of Iowa City attend the Vernelda Nelson-Rev. Gummeson wedding at Clear Lake Evangelical Free church Friday afternoon. Mrs Harold Flom, the former Mabel Nelson, and her daughter- in-law,i V rs Kenneth Flom and children of Langsford, N. D. came Wednesday for a visit with the formers mother, Mrs Eunice Nelson and .with Flom relatives. They all attended the wedding at Clear Lake Friday of Vernelda Nelson, daughter of Tom Nelson and Rev Axel Gummeson of Gaylord.^ Mich. Mrs Kate Seller and Mrs Pauline Pfeffer served at the regular meeting of the catholic missionary society in* the parish hall. Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier and Emma Studer spent Wednesday at Iowa Falls visiting relatives. They also attended the 50th anniversary tea of the Mary Lane Club. Mrs Richtsmeier had been a member of the club 12 years while the family lived there. Mrs Bertha Richtsmeier came home with them for a visit. Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig and daughters were Sunday, June 13 dinner guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs Kenneth Rasmussen and family near Forest City, Mrs Myrtle Wynne and Mrs Al Leach of Albert Lea, visited Mrs H. H. Runey and family here Wednesday. Ellen Loebig, daughter of Mr and Mrs Victor Loebig entertained the Boone 4-H girls Saturday afternoon, June 12. Mr and Mrs Leo Hanig and family had as their Sunday, June 13 guests her parents, Mr and Mrs Isadore Mayer, Mr and Mrs Will Mayer, Bob and Ramona of St. Benedict and Mr, and Mrs Lou Goetz. Mr and Mrs Herman Bode and Marlene attended graduation exercises at St. 'Joseph hospital school of nursing, Omaha, on Thursday, June 3 in the Creighton University gym. Joan Bisen| ius of Whittemore was a member of the class. Mr and Mrs Amandus Studer of Lake View, Minn, attended the wedding of Marjorie Bleich and Jack Bohn in St. Joseph's Catholic church Tuesday morning, June 15. Mrs Studer is the former Hazel Finn, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Will Finn, former Wesleyans. Mr and Mrs Leo Bleich observed their 28th anniversary Tuesday, June 15, Their secon gdna into tfte'Obrecht resIHeno'e at the east end of Main si.. Mrs Erling Ficm was hdnored at a birthday'- party Thursday afternoon. Her guests were members of hei? circle of -'neigh'-' bors. ' ', , , , : Mr and Mrs" ^errlard Schrauth returned home Tuesday, June 16 from several days in llliribis. They attended, the wedding ot Mike Schr'aUttf, Sort of Mrs Ther* esa Schrauth at Jolette, 111.; ahd they visited their 'daughter, Mrs Dave Williame and family at Rochelle, 111. Mrs -Williams and their children ^returned with Schrauths, for- a two- week's .vis^t. Other guests at the ! parenta,! Schrauth horrig are Mr^ 'fend "Mrs Ray Allison anfl children and Ellen Anderson of Batavia, 111. Other relatives there Thursday evening were the Lee Day and Bob Trenary families of Cbrwith, Martin Hinders family of Titonka, Paul Schrauths and Hugh Lickteigs of Bancroft and the Philip Goetz family. ,, Burglars stole a-35-lb safe 1 from the Malcom elevator recently, but ' law enforcement officials think the theft" won't' accomplish anything. The safe is a type virtually impregnable to ordinary burglary tools, including nitroglycerin or blowtorches. It's made of magnesium steel. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* Lakofa Youth, ledjflrd Gifi;^ V Marry June 14 * L4k6fiu**Florehee Olsdn, daughter, of Mr arid,Mrs L6e,Olson ahd Morris,' sort of Mr and Mrs Ernest Wortman, were married June 14. r ' •• - .- ' ' The ceremony Was performed byT Father Ma'ynftrd in the'par- ish house, at Ledyard. They were attended by Donna- Olson, sister of the bride and Robert Ogren. Morris returned-from two years ,pf service in,the marines in Mar. 'ahd' has been assisting with the farm work for his father and driving a* truck. 1 Florence is a checker at Brack's Super Value stqre. ' • The riewlyweds " will be, at home in apartments at Bierstedts. Bride-to-be Honored Miss Geraldine Jansen was horioree at,- a shower, June, 18 in the Presbyteriarf' f 'dhufeh'f pWlpfs With the Mesda'tites, Alvin,< Rpbr ert, Cort and O. M. Rippentrbp, George Ennen, J. E. Ukena, John Dorenbush,' I. E. Wortman, Rott- ald and. Jerry Heetland,. Laurence and .Hugh Lewis, Charles Gutknecht, C. Gerzema," Russell Winter, as hostesses. "Advice to A the Bride" was read by Mrs Gerzema. A pantomime was'presented with Mrs . I. .E. Wortman as the reader and Jerry Heetland provided the milsfeaJ 'background* with, 'jsldfto -.Wanda Blome was thfe ,Af1ene Ruby, thd bridd , tyW* • Of girls.. whom , the t dreaminjf about oly , Carolyft HeetMnd; _ Ennen, ahd Ruth Lewis. Tfiefe were about 125 guests. Geraldine wfll be married 27 Pmbytei tan - , The Women's Christian elation met in the Presbyterian church for luncheon. Mrs Wm. Schroeder gave the devotions. Mrs Jennie Gutkheoht told about the various Mission 'stations for Spanish sp%aking people in the west, Mrs Robert Beemer read several Spanish poems and Mrs Jbnes and PMscifla Miller played a Marimba Duet. * I Mr and. Mrs W. E. Ley returned Friday from a business artd pleasure trip to Minneapolis. They were gone three days. Eugene Blome returned to Jacksonville, Florida Thursday night, having concluded a two weeks leave from the navy./ Mr and Mrs Jay C. Blome entertained at dinner Sunday , m honor of their son- Eugene Who/ y/as home'dn leave. Others at^ tending .were Mrs Eugene Blome. and Debby,; Mr 'and Mrs .Fred Schroeder and the Arlowe Blome family."" — • • •' • • < Mr and Mrs William Warburton were brief callers at the J. H. Warburtoh' home, 'June 15. Mi Warburton, a nephew, is a Kresge store , manager. . . ' , ' Mr . and - Mrs Hariri Lewerke moved, the past week into, .their ttew Home 1 which they urchased from Mr a™ Mrs J. . irlef. ^M* flBfl MFs Bafgef moved to Winne,bago, Minn, to be , tt&lr "a-'farlH which he owns near fi.*Jken a exp« fifty for Fa- , Ihefs Da-f. with the Ralph Dewey **& folrich Paul' j«" : spending the'summer at the Burdette Hoeppner farm, assisting' with the. farm Work,,, , , .Eugene-iOlsbrt- frrfduffted front- Ihe University oM6Wa<with a B. A. degree in Commerce. His, parents Mr and Mrs Lee Olson f and sister < Mrs. Korman Stevens of Armstrong] aitirtde-d the graduation 'e^ereis^s. ., Mr and Mrs' Howard Randa>, and children "of Glenburn, N. D. arrived Monday tO' visit relatives.,' Howard is the Son'of Mrs Hattie* Randall'who is well known here. They are staying With • the Raymond Winter family!, •Mr 1 and Mrs Robert Clemmans, John and -Roberta arrived Tuesday from Oregon for- a two week's Visit with Mrs Clemman's mother,' MrS Emma Smith and brother Emory and family. 'A son Scott Bruce was born . June 7"'to Mr ahd Mrs Bruce Monson of Armstrong. Mrs Monson: will be better remembered as Jeanette Anderson, formerly, of LakotaV' Mrs- Her than 'Jutting and daughter Judy left-from-Boone via. train for a vacation trip to California. - . *» ', The F,arm Bureau Homemakers met June 11 with Mrs-Russell Winter and co-hostess Mrs .Arlowe Blome. If It's News — We»Wanl 111 HA MIL TON' S A T A L G O N A ND OPENING Sat June 26 from \0 a. m. to'8 p. m. •' i Located Just West of Sorenseh Buick On State Street West of Court House Square $200 IN FREE PRIZES (5) $25.00 Purchase Certificates For Baby Chrcks 4 200 Lbs. Golden Sun Feeds ' . * •."'•' • ' ' •-' 100 Lbsi Hamilton Feeds (2) 50 Lb. Boxes of E-Emulsion (1) 50 Lb. Box of Pebbles Whey • (2) 5 Gal. Waterers • "j / ••••;-; • , • (3) 5 Ft.'Feeders 6 Poultry Supplies • Poultry Remedies O Also Many Small Items Too Numerous To Mention. . EXTRA SPECIAL! Big Dutchman Wooden Shoes To Be Given Away Free! Come In and Register Drawing at 8 P. M. You Need Not Be Present To Winl Special Feed Discount For Opening Day Only — On All Hamilton and Golden Sun Feeds OFF PER TON All Poultry Equipment OFF Free Treats For The Kids! Free Coffee and Doughnuts! Free Pickup of Eggs and Poultry free Delivery of Feeds Free Culling Service Free Disease Diagnostic Service Egg Grading Hamilton Hatchery & Produce Formerly Behrends Feed Store Martin Hamilton, Owner,. Algona

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