The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 24, 1954 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 24, 1954
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*g*a (la,) Uppar DoitMatoai Juetday, AuguriM, 1954 ' - % ^-* - 1 "-" ' ""' The six county 4-H girls pic-; tured above will represent Kps- suth County at the Iowa State! Fair, Clay County Fair, Spencer, and the Dairy Cattle Congress,! Waterloo, in the near future.; Thcae three teams were top winners at the county 4-H demonstration contest held Wednesday and Thursday of last week at the Kossuth County Centennial Fair. Pictured from left to right they are: Beverly Gerber and Deanne Eisenbarth of the Cresco Chums. They won a blue ribbon and a chance "to attend the Clay.Co'unJy Fair on their demonstration, "Touch and Punch Down." Next are Evelyn MeKim anti Mary Ilia Erpelding of the Union Aletheans. They also won a blue ribboli and will represent the county, at the Iowa State Fair Thursday morning, Sept. 2, at 10 o'clock. Their deifionstraiion was, "Puffed arid Filled." Darlene Callies'and Betty Hatten of the Buffalo Boosters will attend the Dairy Cat,tle. Congress at Waterloo'either Monday, or Tuesday, O6t. ' 4 dr 5. Theii' ; demonstration 'was, "Puffs and Fluffs." • , ; ; i , , , - , ' There were 28.4-H demonstration tcamj Jin tiie contest Other bfue'rifibon awards were as follows: Ellen Stewart and Noreta Trunkhill; Portland Princesses; Cheryle Torine and Ruth Ann Pe'hrsbn," Swea Sunbeams; Jo Ann Sunde and Aliqe, Geitzenauer, Fentdn .Forwards; Betty "Cogley and ' Darlqne Simmons, Bancroft Bus$ Bees';' Mary Jo Haag and Patty Waldschmidt, Lotts Creekt Lassies; Annette! Braynard aiio Audjey Hansielmijri,; LuVerne Ilive Wires; 'Mary' Lou Simpson and Phyllis Kauffman, Seneca Stars; Lois Wilberg and Bonnie Mclntire, ,Seneca Sparklers; Karen Goraczkowski and Evelyn Ming,,. Grant v Qd-GOU£rs;i Judy Hobscheidt , ; and .J.udy Grandgenett, LuVerne , Peppy Pals; Anne Steven and'Glenda Gabrielsori, Plum Creek Elite; Darlene and, Delores Studer, Prairie Pals; Kathryn Johannesen and" Jeanne England, Seneca Stars; and Sonja Goetsch and Kathryn Bockes, LuVerne Live Wires. Mrs Henry Looft, county club chairman, presided over the contest and was assisted by other members of the committee: Mrs Wayne Keith, Burt, Mrs Ralph Thompson, Lone Rock, Mrs Ralph Nichols, Whittemore, Mrs August Studer, Corwith, Mrs It I. Anderson, Ltdyard, and Mrs Swen Larson, Buffalo Center, ex-ofli- cip. i ' County 4-11 club officers arc: president, Ruth Ann Pt-hrson, Swea Sunbeams; Phil Sode.rberg. Bancroft, won showmanship honors in the dairy division with.the animal pictured above, at.the Kossuth County Fair 4-H judging last week. Other showmanship-winners included Gary Banwart in dairy, Earl Johnson and-Fred-.Erickson inibeef, Wendell Ghristensen in swine, and Mark Bernhard in sheep.—(Photo by Missal). Sally SCobba, 8 ;t$ Motile Scobbflf gave ,'At».HlndelebTili » M _ . _ -i*. _ . *S Ji K " of ter Sally. Guests Were Sslly Steele, Sally. Swart*, Delthea Shierk, Patty Kenyon, j Mflrlyg •Luedtke, Muriel Zittritsdh', ^Peggy Zittritsch, Lynn Lammers, Joan Post, Jane, Ann tmdgEileen Pemon, Jerry Graham,' Judy* and .Larry ScVbba, brother and sis- Iter of. the honoree, and adtilt guests Mrs Eugene Zittritsch, Mrt ,Johh Peritoh and Mrs Clayton family Reunion ,A ; Peter"son family reunion wfes •heir} Sunday, Aug. 15 at the Ambr&se Call State park. In attend' ance iwerel Mr and Mrs Arthui Laabs of Spencer, Mrs Martin Dean bt Chicago, 111., Mr and Mrs Howard Salisbury, and Mr and Mrs' Milton Madson of Burl, Mr and Mrs Lowell Bentlv and children,'Mr and Mrs'Arthur Peterson, and Mr and Mrs George Peterson of Titonka, Mr and Mrs L. A. Winkel and daughter Helen R. N., who is here from Los Angeles, Calif., Mr and Mrs Don Winkel arid family, Mr and Mrs, John Briggs and Mr and Mrs Dale Briggs. Coffee Parly Hostess Mrs Harold'Sunde gave a coffee Friday morning for Mrs Loren Thompson Who is leaving sqpn tc make her home at Mason "City. Guests were members of her sewing club and were Mrs x H. T. Bunkofske, Mrs Betty Galbraith, Mrs Raymond Gilbert, Mrs Emil Hanson, Mrs Gail Haase, Mrs Vernon , Jensen, Mrs Halber. Long, Mrs Clayton Percival, Mrs Kenneth Percival, Mrs L. J. Reed, Mrs Mel Thompson, Mrs Maurice Thompson, Mrs Orville Wicks arid her mother Mrs Clara Holm of California. First Church Baptism The first baptism in the new St. Cecelia's church' was held Sunday, Aug. 8 for Michael Ray, infant son of Mr and Mrs Melvin Sifert. Sponsors were Mr and All's Alphpnse Lensing, brother- in-law and sister of Mrs Sifert. A family dinnef was held following the service at which Mrs Joe, Vaske, Betty and Dick of Bancroft were also in attendance. Mrs Vaske is mother of Mrs Si-' fert and Mrs Lensing.; U P P ER DES .AAOI.NUE3: Engaged To Wed CCVG 74th Birthday The engagement of Miss Karoi Hanson, above, of Aljjona. to Robert Meinhardt of Omaha, has been unnnuncetl by l)er parents, Mr vice president, unnouneea oy ner parents, Dorothy Gude, Creseo Chums: | and Mrs. Knute Hsniur. of P:pe- Emil Stbffel observed his 74th birthday Thursday and was given a dinner Thursday evening at which the sons and daughters aiid th'eir families were guests at .the* parental home. Silver Wedding Mr and Mrs Pat Doerning entertained 60 guests Sunday at the KC Hall, a celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. Shower Honors Mrs William Bestenlehner, Mrs Nellie Van Allen, Mrs.Ray Cook and Mrs E. W. Benson gave a shower August I2 r for Mrs William Allen and Mrs Dick Allen at ' which 15 guests weie present. Cards were played and prizes were won bv Katherine Dutton, Mrs Fitzgerald, and Mrs E. W. Benson, high, second high and low respectively. Members of Alpha Psi chapter ui Beta Sigma Phi sorority and their guests ehjoyed dinner arid dancing at Lake Airs In Falfmoftt Sunday evening, August 22. Mrs Helen, Haas was ih, johaf ge, of arrarigements. The' first' regular business" rrie'etong'of the fall season \yifi be held SeSpt. 14 at the >g of Mrs "Marvel Sherman. Family ' , Mr and Mrs Fred Asa enter tjun- ed at a family dinner list 1& Sunday and, had as guests Mr ,aVid Mrs Frarik Asa. ,df; Rutland,! Mr and Mrs Dale Fetei boldt, Mr and Mrs Q son, Mr and'Mrs Ji ., Mr and Mrs Don '-Asa and the respective families.,. Birthday Dinner * ' ' * ' ' Mr.and Mrs Max Bast had as dinner guests Friday evening Mr and Mrs 'August Huenhold, . a, celebration of the birthday of Mrs Bast. They had as guests in further celebration their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Burton Varcoe and children of Emmetsburg. Engagement Announced , Mr and Mrs Charles B. Fox announce the engagement and approaching marriage ; of. their, daughter, Mary; Alice, (to, Mr Keith W. Campbellf son of -Mr and Mrs John Campbell*df Humboldt. 'A fall wedding is. planned. Graveside Rites, Theisen ; .Graveside funeral, services were held for Sharon Anhi infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Melviu Theisen of Algona at Eastlawn Memorial Gardens at 4 p.m. Mon : day.' ' •'*•';', i The little girl was stillborn at St. Ann hospital Sunday afternoon. . i ' : Rev. Luther Loesclv officiated at the rites, and arrangements were in charge of McCullough's Funeral Chapel. ^ To. Review 4-F's Local Selective Service headquarters have been instructed to review all draft classifications in 4-F (physically unfit) and 3-A (married with dependents). The. next group of eight, for September, will leave the 20th. The game of Lacross was originated by the American Indians. SHospil ;j „* .' FT'',»i is *? After Collision Here Saturday A major accident that brought injuries to <five persons* from' De| Moines.'*and! four, tartatg-ifotflh^ toxicaucnf fafdvld&f welfily ofjsc* tivity" if or; iMayo?! ? Clapsaddles court'tfnd thfr Algona, police during the Week end! «, i - 1'„ ' Mr and Mrs Glen .Harimaii and daughter; Karen, and, Mr, and Mrs Donald While,! all of. Des Moines, were iakeh 16 SI. Ann hospital following a col'. lision with a ear driven by John L. Gerber of Algona at 10 a.m. Saturday. The Gerber auto, going east on Lucas street at the time, crashed into the left rear side of the other machine which was going north on Jones. Damage to the Hartman car, a 1954 Ford, was estimated at $700, while Gerber's machine •- was hardly damaged. Most seriously injured was Mr White,', who received a broken collarbone and cracked ribs: - Mr, ahd Mrs Hartman each received a moderate concussion, 'Richard T. Peterson,.San Francisco,' Charles Tieman, Florence, Mo., Michael PfeifeT, St. Benedict, and Georjge H. Lichter, Algona, were the men arrested for intoxication; Tieman and Lichter each-paid $25 artd costs,' Pfeffer paid $50 and costs for second offense; and'Peterson was ordered to leave town. itise, If any they have, lent', should not toe, allowed ;as andifoC ahd Testfettieftt 'Of 23,1964 ,„ ^ PeafSoft lsl Gfcirt. -fs At- torrii'ys. ^ tP^60flhea" f Aug. 24, 19S4, in the.Algorfa, (lewa) Upper ^ . t • i--* <_ I i» J k'» * i i » ftJ STATE OF IOWA Kossuth County ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 6762 . April Term, 1954 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: ' YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an istrument of. writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Andrew Beck, Deceased, dated .November 6, 1951, having been this day filed, opened> and read, Tuesday the 7th day of September, 1954, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A.M., of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby Coming Thursday — 3 Days! Roy Rogers — Bob Hope in "SON OF PALEFACE" AN ATOM BOMB OF SUPER-CHARGED EXCITEMENT! Sunday at the ALGONA Sorority Party ,Menibers of the Xi 3£i chapter .*j|held a- .birthday partyi at Vab's Cafe'Monday eve. after the dinner and gift exchange, cards were played. Mrs William : Bestenle- hner was. in charge of arrangements. ALCONAW Tuesday thru Thursday! For the First Time at Regular Prices! "1 «r» ei _ iini •*»•. secretary - treasurer, P h y 11 j s I sume, Minn. M:ss H;m»on ;= em Kauftman, Seneca Stars, ;uid his- j pluyed us a pharmacist at th-: \ur.ian. PhvlHs Kustemier, Ban- Kustemier, croit Busy Bees. — (.Upper Des Moines Flashtoto.) Algona Feed To Handle Retail Mor-Gro Sales Clayton & Rusk Pharamacy, and Mr Meinhardt is t» graduate from Suuih Dakota ttate college next ,-prin.u. NII dale has been se! for tae wcdd:ni'. This enchanting story, this leva Story dses something to you — os no other film has ever done before. Announcement \\\is iriadi. yes- teiriav jointly by Barney Frank!, .secretary-treasurer O f Mor-Gro, Inc.. and M;tc!i Taylur. of Algona tempr.ran.-.ljy Birthday Honors Mr and Mrs Lc-o Buers and ', dau^i.ic-r Le:ha wt-ie gucitr; Fri- ', day of the former's parents Mr , and Mrs B. A. Bom at Arnolds I P. irk where a !.!.:,.!> . ibserv: nee -if Letha's f..<urti'i birthday \va- In the evi-nir. Butis and Le'.h;- Mrs B..CT.-' p Wesley \Vu.nii and ,-:in \\\--] -cn! iiiv.5 ar<.- Flour iV Fei-d Co.. o! tiu- a'.vard- iii.u of the retail liistribr.torship of Mor-Gro anli>diuu< uiiniKiniu fertiliser in this wea ID Al^uiia Flour & Feed Co. A u-'luu- uf Mor-Gro. appiu-aturi, etc., \vill be handled ,,t Algona FK>,u & Feed, who ;.;e i-onsti-aeting in the near futuix- a nv\v bulk iertil::-^! warehouse op. jnop, ny at th-.- iuutheiist edtiL 1 ni Aigona ownea by W. C. Taylor & Sun;. The iin-.i ^vill luiiidic all i t/t;ni »ik-j of Mor-Gro in UK Aljona tc-rnturv. Mor-Gro, Inc.. will eoniine its aetivnies exrliiiiveh- to t h e \vholesalc riistrilnitoriliip of anhydrous amir.oma. ac-eo;dinjj to Fi;unk!._ a:vd is asacwntir.uing retail aaie.s to iainuTs. The- iirm now has ten wholesale bulk plants in operation, and will add i Mr Lctha iv ,.-: Jav evvr.:n,; Webh Or'., a :r ana :>.: .: were uut->t~ •-.; I -nti Mr \nd Mrt Mr; Arhi Robert, - . w ^ : 't "!--•-' P-'i- akini; their h..n;«. v;th th-.- pau-nt: rts ir in >L-;V:CL n"v',ii'.-.e.i Tr,u;-~- Mrs D..,n Orion, .1 \Vol::,.- c Mes-iiu L^h:ne!^!^ to the The magic of its golden songs and dazzling dances will transport you to a new reobn of wonder. jfiTJ .SHE GOT OUR SCHOOL SHOES AT S*L AND SAVED PLENTY! SHOES FQR CHILDREN OTHERS 379 T0 495 Guilt 1s UVe foujh wear! Only lint quality materials and woikf aansbip ate used... soft, top* giaia leathers ... durable coo- position soles. Sizes for misses and children-88 to 12 snd 12)4 to 3. "SLUGGER" Selected leather uppers In blown or burgundy - lonj- weating composition soles. High shoe has seamless, non-lip back, Sites 10 to 3, EVERY SCHOOL WARDROBE NEEDS LOTS OF . ,-» GOOD SPORTS! BUDGET PRICED HIGH SHOE OR OXFORD. NEVER-IRON Cotton Plisse Nylon Trimmed 4-Gore , , Slip Your Dream Value $!|77 Fitted 4-gore style, does not ride up. Trimmed in fine embroidered nylon, lop and bottom. White. Sizes 32 to 40. Farewell Courlesy Mr an.i Mrs L:,r..-n Ti- :nps .n -.'.-;...) are n: iviii.? to ^! i ,^^ 1 !; City Wuiv r.-in-.ii' guvits r.\ a a:ni.;.-r ^nd Canasta p^rty \Vi jr..-sr;«\ t ver.- ny ^iven r.y Mr i; n.j M.~ CJay- ton!. ^.le.-u ^ J: v Mr and MJ> John BurV.:.. M : - ;-nn Mrs li. T. Bunk.-! ? kL. M; , ; ;i- Mi- Eir.-.i Har.iin. Mr an.i Mi> Ver:> , LIU Jtn^en. Ms an'; M!> iialbt-ii ] Lons, Mr and Mis L. J. Rc«.-c Har .id S.;naL-.. M r ;-.r.; SAMUEL GOLDWYN'S tMEW MUSICAL WONDEHFILM Hans Christian Andersen five more iud; ir..>lallutiona thij I " J1 -i 3>k'? Mel i i.or.: :;.-:..-.. fall, in the noith Iowa area. Mor- i ^, !i O:-v;!:e- V.":vk?. ; s ;-.d ; CJro has al>u bien appointed dis- ! Ciara,Hohn. ir: 'r.i ! ;~ ,,; M:.- \V, tributor for Phillips titi anhydious j ^- Oakland. Cai:;. Ivi: . ;-d I ammonia in a very iiibstant:al j Sundet wo:, tiu p:.z v a', i*: linva territory, and with this ex- • The h'..-ii.0i>-s vsnu p-L.-vii pansion in tlie \vi-.olesale end. \vil! i w^th a giit. turn over i\& cct.dl sales activity • to dealers. Farewell Parly Officers of Mor-Gro. Inc.. aie| Mi's F:.-o..:~ I 1 ',:t ',; '. V. C. Smith, president: Ger..ld 1 Husehtr. Mrs D-.;-, Fu">'-'i->---"' Frankl, viee president, and Bar-j Robert Dri-yer Frankl. socrctary-ireoiuix:-. j Muc-key ^a\e a The Moi-Grp genei'al offices wtii I .i,.-.iiii:\^ ;-.:;-,, ix-niitin in Ais<Jlia. i Strayer wh-> ,.- Hitlfli Taylur, of Alsona Floui• j IH b -..- iS; Feed Co.. i.s associated with j Bodi.-, W. C. Taylor &• Sons, who plan a j N«-i). iarni fertiazei lield in this area, i Ci'oii Danny Kaye *r>t.t FARLEY GRANGER JEANMAIRE .'.iiir. t, C.-iAf.vli Vi£-;« • 5..-, . :.,;> I/:»S HSl . ll r*ts.,..U.,,. »j -;'.j>«i ti SJUi'iS HTII ^^:> s- i-.- iai'.T,: : -,i •-•> OiV.'i::.!. •.\ <.:••:• Mi ; ». ii..- u. :. Coming Friday and Saturday! Rory CaJhoun J Edw. G. Rpbinson "YELLOW TOMAHAWK" J "VICE SQUAD" Favorites lor school, (oi work, for play! Top-grain leather uppers, sturdy soles, conbinatioi lasts. The quality is tops - Vie price is ligbt. Cose in and choose your waidiobe of sports lor the year! Sizes to 9, AA to'C. AND Boys' Striped Combed Cotton POLO SHIRTS Values to 98c 67c Perfect (or nchool und all general wear. Short »l«evBi, excellent choice of pat- term. Siiei p lu 18. WEEK-END FREE! Pearl Necklace WITH PgBCHASg QF 4 Pairs Girls' Anklets 4 PAIRS $1,00 4 i« » package — get simulated necklace wi|hS«»r f *»« «?S«M iojl cu|| toM. Wbttf 8

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