The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 7, 1954 · Page 27
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 27

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 7, 1954
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^^ ~« T Farm V *$l Goal Is 2226 For 1955 I '; TowhJhip Captftihs made plans , tor tht' 1955 -nnsmfeership caffi* lalgft at a supppfr meeting, NoV. , 15. Among the jthings they platt o dp Is* coftduct a,selective nW •nenttter.Jdrive ih'each township vith a crew of -5 br 6 Worker's. ., Sach team will call on the best . jrospects and invite them to join «••' ^arm-Bureau. ;• =' i. Aft open eiid wrench goes to the Captain whose, township has the highest percentage of new'merrt< per quota- by December >2, and i hig •• helpers each receive a good Vise grip pliers, . •r Fcill6win£t is -tne\ list' of. -the tnernbership committee and cap- taitt? Who are heading the drive In their.tow.nsWp; !( Swen Larson, Buffalo Center, , chairman; Chester Farrington, sWea City; • Reuben Holcomb, Swea City; Erwin Heldorfer; Bancroft; Art Phillips, Burt; Harold Hunt, Algona, Leo Hanselman/ West-Bend; Ed Naumartn, Elmore; Minn; Ahrend Hans, Lakota; Henry Mayland, Jr., Titonka; JoeV Skow, Wesley; Forest Fett, LuVerne; Albert Johnson, Coif; - . . , • • Meyton R6alson,< Armstrong; teon" McCoy,' §wea ".d'ity; lithard BWhow. Ledyardf Elmer gchae- fer, Buffalo Center; Hans; Petel" Son, Swea City; Richard Anderson! Swea City; Arlowe filonie, Bancroft; George' Doocy. Lakota; Claude Johnson, Baficrpft; Albert Kollasch, Bancroft'; Roy Hinz, Bancroft; Melvin Post, Titonka; Don Budlong, Titonka; Herb' Weydert. Burt; Robert Angus, Burt; Ray Dreyer, Fetlton. ; Phil Eischen, Whittemore; Peter Erpelding, Algona; Ronald Gardner, Algona; Chas. Nygaard, Wesley; Carroll Potter, Algona; C. V. Evans, Algona; Ray Montag, West Bend;, Barney .Thilges, Bode; Don Miller, LuVerne, and Eugene Baessler, LuVerne. ,.."•• Emery Dull, of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, spoke briefly on some ,of the things membership captains should do. " Dull .said that above all "we must think big of Farm'. Bureau if we are to continue as the strong, militant organization it is today." John Burton, County Extension Director, briefly outlined the Ex- iension education. program and BORN OF EXPERIENCE unhurried,^and -with: t understanding \ McCuMoug Funeral Chapel vff Ciiristinas Daniel'Green- Slippers FINE WALE CORDUROY 'IN NAVY AND BLACK AA and B WIDTHS Andy Crawford explained some of the advantages to Farm Bureau member^ of Insuring in their own -*-'•-••• Lutheran Aid, Xmas Patty Lskola—The Lutheran Ladies Aid and Missionary Society held a joint Christmas party in the Parish Hall, December 1. The program was prepared by the Missionary 'group with. Christmas Carols, a duet, "Star of the East"by Mrs Walter Christ and Mrs Paul Christ, a play—Christmas Gifts, High School Sextette, story "The Tree that Weh't to Chureh* 1 by Rev Mienecke, duet—"The Christmas Tree 1 ' in German by Mrs L. A. Nitz and Mrs Stecker. The new officers for the aid installed were Mrs Junior Poppe, Mrs Ahrend Hans and Mrs Dave Patterson, Mrs Cecil Anderson, Mrs Fred Stecker, Mrs . L. A, Nitz and Mrs Mary Zoller. New arrivals In the community .are a son; born November'-23 to Mr and Mrs Wayne Koppen and a son to Mr,and Mrs Carl Boehm. Mr' and Mrs C. W. Meyer of Minneapolis, Minn, were Saturday night guests in, the home of Mrs Meyer's sister Mrs Henry Geerdes. Mr and Mrs Lauren Thompson attended ,the 60th wedding an- nivers&ry celebration for Lauren's parents Mr and Mrs Real Thompson. • About 45 women irom the local Lutheran and Presbyterian Women's organizations attended Guest Day at the E. and R. Church in Ledyard'Thursday.. Mrs Margaret Wall of Milwaukee, Wisconsin is visiting with her son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs I. G.,Groff. Mr and Mrs El vie Steele of Wichita, Kansas were 1 visiting local relatives during the'Thanks- giving holidays.. - > Mrs Mary Anderson has moved into - her new home in the west end of town, which has just been recently completed. Mrs Anderson has lived on her farm about five .miles south of Lakota. Her son Clarence and his family will continue to live on the farm. Dr. and Mrs I. G. Groff attended a dinner for Osteppathic physicians and their wives at Fort Dodge Thursday night. The Ledyard Township Homemakers will have their Christmas "party at the home of Mrs Glenn Mabus, Friday, Dec. 10. Remember your gifts for 'your secret pals. Mrs Larry Stofford and Tommy of Armstrong were weekend visitors at the Jerry Heetland home. Winston Schroeder,,. Christine and Jimmie of Eyansville, Wis. visited Monday until Thursday at the ' Fred Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs C. W. Buckels, Paula and Mike returned Sunday from a ten day trip to Missoula, Mont., where they visited^ Mrs Buckels' brother George Aelts and family. . The Mariners of the; Presbyterian church enjoyed a chili and oyster supper at the home of Mr and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner Thursday evening. ' < mtttiti it mi AT Mti/t vtW . OAM-mU WtKtTS TKAHittR IKON 6Kt t»H mrs n mmt tAks AT. tie next ,OH ix/t. mttmtsnu A NOW* HANDS In recent accidents, Clarence Hemann of- Stacyville lost his right hand in a cornpicker, Albert Derganz of Maquoketa nearly had his foot severed when he caught it in a power take-off, and Roger Harris of Afton lost his left hand in a planer accident at the saw mill there. Most every man knows his own business, but it is often difficult to make his neighbors believe it. 6M of m iHftKcsrine AHD vrw/tt jou or m MIMA? tXMSS A6tN& IS TUHSHMIte tARSf NUMKKS Of MMIH MUKt H6HHS m ttertdtt of m COOHJKY n AW WNT AHS ttttAsw mat n m most mm m stums sHotin ty m SINtRS AtOARD A SKCIAt TRAIH CAW/NS RACf fAHS fROM TIXAS TO IQUlSVIllt FOR THt tts* KtNriav stRsy MIGHT HAM TNATJHC MfNU WAS WITH A RACt FICTURl MOWIM NO. 2 IH fIRST HACl ANmo.t ftcoND-txAcny rut HA* my James Welp Of Bancroft Weds Nov.! , Bancroft—In a 'pretty church ceremony performed in Fredricksburg, Va.,'Margaret Ruth Woolley, Iowa .City, daughter of Mr and Mrs E. L. Woolley of Fredricksburg, became the bride of James Welp, son of Mr and Mrs Joseph' Welp of Bancroft. The ceremony was performed by Rev. James Widmer in St. Mary's Catholic -church, •• Fredri'cksburg. The couple was attended by Virginia Bradley, Diane Welp, sister of the bridegroom, Pat Bradley and'Don Welp, brother of the bridegroom. The newlyweds will, make their' home in Iowa City where they are both attending the university. n Parents of Son Mr and Mrs. James Eflsbecker New from the Kraft Kitchen! are the parents of a son born recently, at Holy Family hospital, Esthervilie. Mr and Mrs Leo Elsbecker and Mr and, Mrs Ralph Thompson are grandparents Mrs Louis Elsbecker and Mrs Richard Long are the great-gra'ndmo- Ihers , Mrs Helen Stenicki is on an extended visit In Nebraska With her daughter and family. ,'•'.' Mr and Mrs Richard Menke and Alice Kay and Janice spent the weekend in Arises with Mr and Mrs Thosi Lcnsing. Mrs Leh- sing is a daughter of the Mcnke's. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr, Mr and Mrs Chas.' McGuire, Mr and Mrs Richard Menke. Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman spent Sunday evening in Elmore where they attended the birthday party qf their sister Mrs T. R. Doocy. Mr and Mrs Anton Schneider, Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson and Mr and Mrs Elmer Schneider returned from Bloomington. Wis., where they attended services,ot Mrs Schneider's brother, William Sudimier, who passed away after suffering a heart attack, Lyle Torrine left Monday for Cedar Rapids where he spent a few days before returning to his navy base in Illinois. While here his sidtlrs and families, Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson and family, Ft. Dodge and Mr and Mrs John Guy of Austin, Minn, visited him. The Swea City Community School directors, president Ronald Johnson and Harvey C. Larsen, also superintendent Ed Stewart, attended a school board state convention at DCS Moines, Nov. 18 and 19. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Tu«iday, Deeombor 7, 1954 Alflona (la.) Upper D«t MelnM-i READ THE WANT ADS—IT PAYS ' I and Jeep-Ditching Contact Cletus F. Elbert PHONE 1313 1403 E. Locust St., Algona, la. Your Furnace Can To In 4 Hours SPOON IT into hot foods HEAT IT for cheeie sauce SPREAD IT for snacks A Pistiurlud Process Chiese Spread MINRAL^MEAL M1NRAL MiAT MEAL IS GREAT FOR HQG£ ON OATS 4 Big Meat'BwilcJing Supplements AH In One gag ... All At One'Low Price SARGENT^p FEED Full line of Sargent Fe«d$ Also At Furnace can be converted to the clean, economical gas heat for the long winter ahead! These are the facts folks! Your plumber can convert your coal or oil furnace to natural gas in just a morning-or afternoon. If he begins his job at 1 p.m., you'll have gas heat again by 5 p.m. and in many cases, even earlier than that. The complete job can be finished the following day. So you see — it's no two or three week proposition. Right now, between 20 and 25% of all Algona homes are being heated by NATURAL GAS — and over one-third of them are using gas for either heat or some appliance. Right now, most local plumbers are caught on their work. Sonw isthetime to convert, while _ thelong 'wmTe"r~is~jiisTbeginning. We'll be happy to answer any of your questions — or better yet, see your plumber today! Over 335 Algona Homes ... Over 40 Algona Businesses ... Now being heated by gas! Let Yout Plumber Give You Full Details ERRY GAS CO. s. ,. Phone 1412--Algona

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