The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 31, 1954 · Page 5
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UK?:/ Meihbdlst Luncheon The r M<khodist W.S^C.S. luncheon Will be held Thursday, Sept. 2 with Mrs L.,J. Reed-in charge of the program. Mrs L.' J. Malueg and Mrs Elizabeth Post are chairman and cp^chairmani - - .-•;..• Mr ;ari4 Mrs Roseoo Mawdsley sp6nt\the weekend at Des Moines with relatives.' • Mrs S. E. McMahon has been visited'by her daughter Mrs' K Carpenter of Marshalftown. Chesier Armstrong of the Up- 'per peg Moines shop force is on a vacation this week, visiting relatives in Michigan. Mr and Mrs Harold Loss of New York visited here last week at the home of his mother, a'nd sister, Mrs Lena Loss and Prin' v;iui TMJVM.- - • • ' . - _,, : Wallace Mason ol Chicago,. 111.. was j a ; weekend/guest-of, Mr and Mrs PHil Diamond. Mr Mason is an executive, of the Schram Advertising Co. of Chicago. Mt and Mrs Eugene Faulstick drove to : Granada, Minn., Sunday and were supper .guests of the former's cousin and wife, Mr and Mrs Clifford Jaskulkc. Mr and Mrs Qarson Taylor and son Charles left last week Monday for Phoenix, Ariz., where they will make'their home. Charles will enroll in the school there Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster ana their soh-in-laW and daughter Mi and .'' Mrs , Wesley Bartlett and family were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Dalla's Foster at Fort Dodge. , > Mrs Loretta Giffin and her son • in-law and daughter Mr and M?s Don Boevers and daughter Pen-' ny have returned from a vacation trip which took them to Yellowstone, ;Estes Park,' and the Black Hills. Mrs John Deim drove io Livermore Wednesday to meet her nephew David and- Ronald Cole- mah'j' sons of Mr and Mrs Al Cole- rriahi'of Clarion. 'The lads will visit the grandmother Mrs Ceha Deal and oth>/: relatives here several days. ; , , • • Mrs Johh.Mahoney had as visitors the past .week, two cousins. Paul and Robert Ferngan of Chicago. They also visited Mrs Mary Nelson, also a cousin of the boy's. They also visited Mr and Mii Frank Ludwig at West Bend and visited-the Grotto. Phil Kohlhaas was brought home Monday via ''anibulance from Cresco. An accident in 'June in which he^suffered a broken leg and seveWmjuriSs Jn a fall at a' barn on one or ims farms which he was inspecting has kept him hospitalized a Crescd .'since then. • _ Mr and Mrs L. C. Faber, Bern ard Yeoman, George ' Yeoman, Margaret Durant and William Durant attended the funeral ser vices Thursday at the Methodis church in Forest City for Is. k Faber, 74, father of L. C. Faber who died Monday August 23 tol lowing a lingering sickness. Mrs Hjalmer Hagg and brother Keith Reed of Brookings, S. D. and Mrs Dale Reed of Dell Rapids " came Thursday and were joined bv Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg and all attended the funeral of their cousin Roy Enterline, 58 at iort Dodge. Mr Enterline had been in poor health the past year. Mrs P. H. Hargreaves was visited last weekend by her son-in- law and daughter Mr and Mrs W E. Anderson of Omaha, Neb. They also spent some time with Mrs Anderson's brother-irt-luw and sister Mr and Mrs Ralph Albert and brother and sister-m- law Mr and Mrs Gilbert Har- Mr and Mrs Craig Smith spenJ ATednesday and Thursday in Det. koines v?her v e Craig transacted nisiness. Mr and Mrs W. Ai Hall and 'amily returned this week from the Okobojis where they had spent much of-,the summer. Sheila Fain:returned' last midweek from Emmetsburg where she 1 ' had spent a few days with Mr and Mrs Herman LedUc • 'Mr and Mrs Harold Cowan re turned this week ' from Camp Hiawatha at the Okobojis. They nave been there a few weeks. Mr and Mrs Ernest Egel returned Saturday from Spirit Lakt where they and their children have been spending a weekY vacation. Mr • and Mrs Melvin Christen son and Mr and Mrs Robert Car ney joined realtives of Mrs Chris Tuesday, August 3U1SS4 Ala6nd (la.) Upper Pes tenstin at Clear Lake Sunday for a picnic dinnei 1 . ' . • Mr and- Mrs liarvcy Finely were visited last week by Mrs Willidin Vagle, mother of Mrs t'inley of Kstherville and- Mrs Bdna Plath of Apha. , Mrs J. F. Schoby has Sarah Kropf :of West Bend as companion-housekeeper. . Mrs Scnobj is in fairly goc\ health but needs household assistance and companionship. , i Mr and Mrs Ronald Taylor and Mrs Lari'y Steinman attended funeral services ^pnclay at West Bend, for L. Jergens, b7, grand• father, of the women who died 'riday. Mrs D. D. Monlux is spending he Week at Ames with her son Dr. William Monlux. She will also attend the State meeting of he Congregational Fellowship groups. / Mr and -Mrs Ferman Christof- ,,'ers were called to Palmer, Thursday, by the sickness of Mrs Christoffers' father George Siebels. He was somewhat improved Friday.- Mrs A. D. Crawford ana Cleone were visited over the weekend by the former's father Jacob Anderson and brother-in- law and sister Mr and Mrs Richard Green of Exira. Mr and Mrs Clair Blossom and the former's brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Sigurd Fardel Mr and Mrs J.'L Downey not' 1 ong ago visited the letter's bro- her-in-law and sister Mr and Vlrs Chauncey Lund at Masbn City. Mr Lund was hospitalized at 'the University .hospital Iowa City and had heart surgery. H» s now, at home and continues to mprove. Monaco Closes Res! Home Here Neil Monaco closed his Hillcrest nursing , home here Sunday. : 'His decision to close the home came after a-petition .v^as filed in Kossuth district court by the State Department of Health, asking that a restraining ordcir be issued to stopihim from operat- .ng. Closing the home left the Bounty with a problem as to where nine county patients woiut nave to be placed. Monaco said that he had been told to make' extensive ^repairs and changes to his home, by the Uate, but that after investigation le found a majority of rest homes were not being compelled to in stall all .of the things the state was asking him to. do.. The home has been in opera don several yovrs. He has beer .loping to construct a brick, fire jroof rest and nursing home, bu ocal conditions have preventc lim from doing so at the momen Sextcmf es Take In Celebrations Mrs Qail Stockwcll visited their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Fred Lassahn at Mason City a week ago bun- day and brought home with them the grandchildren Carol and Debbie ' The parents came tnc tol- lowing Friday and remained ovei night, taking the children honn W C«psman Bill Elbert, H. N.. o the navy marines has written in; parents Mr and Mrs Arnold M bert that he was to leave Camp Kara, Japan between the 2. and 28 of August. He expects U: reach- here in 27 days on a leave Later he will be sent to a hospitn. in the States for treatment of t b T g?ou Pti0 of girls, chaperoned by Mrs Don Hutchins, relui-nea Thursday from the Okoboji. where they had spent severa days. Those in attendance wen Barbara Bourne, K«thy. l^"" a »« Marilyn Dreesman, Sandra Uut chins, Karen Shirley, fe.i. ylu Shumway, Cheryl VantierWu.u and' the little Hutchins twins Tim and Tom, sons of the chaperon. Mr 'end Mrs Marc Moore have been visited by their grandsons Marc and 'William Dean of toil Dod?e." The following week the granddaughters M a ry and tha Dean were here. Ihe pa Mr and Mrs E. W. Dean came ha - urday to 'take them home. ihe> have also been visited recently bj anoUier son-in-law und daugnUu Mr and Mrs Wayne Ford ol low. of Forest Cityi spent Wednesday and Thursday at Clear Lake, returning Friday morning, * J^mmy. Finn, son of Mr and Mrs William Finn had "as guest a few days last week Arden Thompson, son of Mr and Mrs'Ai T4ibmpsib.r|,.;f:qrmeivresiderits here Wiole'cently.Tno.ve'd to Ft. Dodge. Mrs Luella. Baker was visited last' weekend by her niece and husband Mr' and Mrs Jack Bernard of Alliance, Ohio, who were enroute from ' Montana where they had visited Mrs Barnard's parents. Mary Susan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason is entering the Buena Vista college at Storni Lake, Sept. 12 and will enroll in iberal arts nursing. She has had a year, at Broadlawns hospital, 3es Moines. Mr and Mrs Cleve Barton have been visited by the hitler's sister Mrs J. R. Cook of Webb who has been to Rochester, Minn., where her husband had surgery for stomach ulcer. He is irraking very good recovery. Mr and Mrs Raymond Irons had the former's sisters Mrs Joe Gross of Bcrwyn,' 111., and Mrs E. T. Hall and M'rs Gilbert. Hall, his niece of Corwith as guesU Thursday. Mrs Gross will be remembered as Golcla Irons. Mr and Mrs Paul Oslwinkle are parents of a son born Thursday at St. Ann hospital. He weignei. tour and a halt pounds and hat been placed in an incubator, Other -children in the family art Paula, Mary Ann and Rebecca. Mr and Mrs Alberl Weishapr were visited Saturday by Mr aiu Mrs Herbert Lee and Oscar Eriekson of Britt and Mr and Mrs. Wilirett . Rites Aug. 26 Mrs F.. J. . (Fredericka) Willrett,''Algona, died Tuesday night, Aug. 24j at her home at 221 N. Roan street. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the Trinity Lutheran church with Rev. Luther Loesch officiating. Burial was in EaStlawn cemetery. Mrs Wilirett, who was 80 years old on Jan. 6, had been a resi : dent of Algona for 55 pears. Six 'of her grandsons were pallbearers. She.Was born in Germany and came to this country when she was 21. She married Fred Wilirett a year later, and he preceded her in death in 1947. Surviving children include Fred of Chicago, 111.; Herman, of Britt; Albert, Algona; Elsie, Algona; Rudolph, Hurt; and Eric Algona. Two brothers also survive John Gomm'el,, Bruce; Wis., and Christian Gommel,. stil| in Germany. - Also surviving are 11 grandchildren arid 14 great grandchildren. , , . . The McCullough funeral home was in charge of arrangements. By The Villnga Big dclebrations continue to give -lobal residents a place to go gadding. Grandchildren were th.-_ •eason for Mr, and Mrs Au6 ust Kirschbaum attending the Hobo Day at Britt,' Enjoying .the excursion were Susan and Diane Bode and Kenneth Kirschbaum while Patrice Bode and A. Kii> schbaum stayed home to wait another /year to be big enough to . , After winning so. many prizes at the fair Mr and Mrs Fred Jennings didn't need ah excuse but just took off to relax ana watch the Hobo parade too. ' Mrs Jennings has also enjoyed a visit by her sister-in-law, Mrs Julia Taft, of Fairmont, Minn, and brought her as a guest to the Friendly Club meeting. Mr and Mrs Wilford Ward an<5 family-went out for bigger things by spending a weekend at the State Fair in Des Moines and visiting with the O. E. Weir family at Colu, • _ . While Mr and Mrs Glenn Gabrielson and family were seeing the sigths of Chicago, John Jennings-took care of the farm ciibres while Mr and Mrs 'Martin Mimbach took care of the cat and dog chores. Mrs Vinnie Laymon also lelpecl out by keeping her granddaughter Joyce. ' Drusie Noble and Meta Cul- jertson were hostesses for the 1st birthday party of the Friendly- Club with the new president* Edna Ward, in charge. Three new members were added during the year while the only resigna- tion'was that'of Mrs Leslie Huff of Algona, who has conflicting church responsibilities. Next month's meeting will be at the home of Nell Opheim with Medith Burger assisting. The loud explosions last week were farther away than they sounded. Seems Joe Namer has some house sized rocks out on the farm that he was cutting down to size with the help of some dynamite. ' There' are a few good, drivers around as .no one has crashed into the road barrier the railroad crew has put up at the crossing on the Sexton-LuVerne road. Their raising of the track should about complete work on the new road. casual and . , . easy to take! . . . wonderful new BLOUSES fabulous fall colions by "Ship 'rt Shore" and smart new nylons, dacrons, and 'all wool jerseys . . . newest fan colors and smart siyling lo accent your every oulfll. and We Like Our Corduroy Sport Jackets Red or Blue, tie around belt. Sizes 10 to 18 F-B Resolutions Group To A meeting of families in north and south areas of Kossuth coun- y is being planned by the Farm Jureau county resolutions com- nittee, for Sept. 9 and 10 at which time . everyone will be ;iven a chance to express their ipinions on current issues. Host families will be contacted _y township chairmen a,nd committee members. The Sept. 9 meeting will be held at 8 p.m. at the K. C. Hall n Algona for townships of LOtts ^reek, Union, Plum Creek, Wes- ey, Whittemore, Cresco, Irving,on, Prairie, Garfield, Riverdale, Sherman and LuVerne. On Sept. 10 the meeting will be held at 8 p.m. in St. John's basement in Bancroft. Townships invited to this meeting are Eaglt Grant, Springfield, Hebron, Swea Harrison, Ledyard, Lincoln, Sen oca, Greenwood, Ramsey, Ger man, Fenton, Burl, Portland and Buffalo. Don Bucllong. of Titonka is chairman of the resolutions committee and will lead both discussions. Mishap At Fenton Gustave E. Bierstedt, Fenton, vas uninjured, Saturday morning about 9:30 a.m., when his car swerved from a county road and nto' a field. Some damage was done to the car. Her husband son o with lots of wear-wiih-all! Fluff-soft and so ' agreeable to all your sfKrls and slacks. Start fall with several. e Zephyr wools 0 . Orlons e Nylon and Vicara 7 98 SKIRTS Never before so beautifully styled in such' a wide variety of casual fabrics . . truly a must for falll » Wool Iweeds • Wool flannels • Corduroy e Orlons FREE-'"'DANCE STAR BALLROOM Dakota City, Iowa • " !f> Sunday, Sept. 5 music by JESS GAYER and his orchestra Appreciation Dance sponsored by the following merchants: Siar Ballroom Rila's Cafe Dakota Tavern Welgert's Cafe Mineral Springs Bottling Co. Nesbitt Bottling Co. Central Cafe Hilltop Cafe Maidrite Cafe S25 in cash and many other free door prizes will be given. Free iickeis for the dancing and Ihe drr.wing may be obtained at any place of business where dance noslers appear, or at ihe box office. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS NEW POLICY ANNOUNCEMENT WITH ON ALL- visitors i tims with Mr & r Paul, Euge ne ana **"*»** **•»•*"— Don we brothers. Charles Olson ol Little ROCI-. Ark. The Charles Olsons arc former neighbors of the Weis haars, Mr and Mrs C. E. Dearchs hav had word from their son-in-law nd daughter.Mr and Mrs Duan Aimpston of Des Moines thu leir year old son Martin recently ad surgery for hernia itncH'ii at) endectomy. He is making ex- client recovery. i-'riends of Mrs Gardner Sfill- well, tiie former RuthvMessenger, Inglish teacher here some time go, will bu sorry to learn that ilr Stillwell is hospitalized at a jaiiitanuin. ihey live at Cham- Ill. Mrs SiiUwell'has been luing some radio work. A, D. Crawford lefl Thursday with a group of insurance men : or Sioux'Narrows, Canada, foi jomiLjishing. They will be gone jntii hept. 2. Mrs A. JJ. Crawford and daughter Cleone spen .vednesday anu Thursday at De. Moines with Mr and Mrs Jacl-. jiiuiid anil lamily. Recent visitors si .the Jphr Muho'ney home were Mr and Mr: iiurney Powell of Spencer, win tame to attend the Kossuth Fair, Mrs Powell is a sister of Mr Mahoney. Mr and Mrs W. D. Storci- uf Clear Lake wpre Sunday visitors at the Maho'neys. Mrs Store! is a daughter o| 'the Mahoneys. Mrs Blanche Lage end her two ther Mrs Alice Duryea have beer visited by Mrs Lage's son-in-lav and daughter Mr -and Mrs Wen dell Liittschuager and childrei of Sapramenlo, Calif. The yisi tors and Mrs Lage and Mrs DUV yea took a trip t<? Washingt«n D. C. and Boston, Mass., 90 ateng the^aast FOR BETTER HOGS . .' . FASTER SMART HOG RAISERS DEPEND ON - ** Bfing Minral The Cost-Cutting Hog Supplement Whatever you feed . . . ooH, corn, or any grain combination . . . you'll get BIGGER CAINS AT LOWER FEcD COSTS by supplementing with M'"ral Meat, the cost-cutting supplement that helps to finish out your hogs FASTER. And you can cut your corn in half! It normally takes 12 bu. corn per 100 Ibs. of gain . . . with Minral Meal you can do the .same job with oniy six bushels of corn. Buy a bag of Minral Meal . . . feed it ... if you're not fully satisfied . '. . your money back. 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