The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 10, 1955 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 10, 1955
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6-Atsana (la.) Upper Pes MotnesThurstlay, February 10, 195S Swea City Baptist Gitfld 60th Birthday On Friday Swea City—Ladies of the Bap-1 list Guild will celebrate the 60th anniversary of the organization Friday, Feb. ll. The program will'be in the church, and will feature the history and events of each the GO years, divided into periods of ten years ench, with a costume of each era being modeled. Talks for each era will be given as follows: From 1895 to 1905, Mrs Dettmer Thompson; 1905 to 1915, Mrs Mamie Sperbeck; from isno to 1925, Mrs Glen Clark; Mrs Maynard Jensen, from 1925> to 1935, Mrs Sam Link from 1935 tn 1^45 and Mrs Vergil Jensen from 1945 to 1955. The Ladies trio will sing and the Pi'°g™ m *}" close with numbers by yie v\MF girls. Following the formal program, refreshments will be served in Guild hall, with valentine colors used in table decorations. The Grant WSCS met Wednes day at the home of the Rev. and Mrs S. Hammer, Swea City. Grant Homemakers will meel ' Feb. 14, at the Leon McCoy home with Mrs Cassie Anderson assisting hostess. Mr and Mrs Raymond Wordon at Armstrong were hosts to the Methodist Sunday school officers and teachers at a board meeting Monday night, Feb. 7. Sunday evening, Feb. 13, Rev. Perry Hanson, a former missionary to China, will speak to the Methodist Youth Fellowship at 7 o'clock. At 8 o'clock he will give a special missionary talk to the church body. Evelyn Elaine, .daughter of Mr and Mrs O. R. Person, was baptized into the Lutbieran faith .Sunday at morning worship, Rev. A. M. Youngquist officiating. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Carl And- el< The Rev. Peter vPeters of the Iowa Falls Baptist church was guest speaker at the Baptist Brotherhood meeting Monday las week He reports hfp family well and happy, with daughter Lee Ora having taken a first at the recent speech contest -where Iowa Falls high schqol participated. Lee is a sophomore. The Rev. Peters was pastor of the Swea City Baptist for several years, and was succeeded by the present pastor the Rev. Everett Beal two years ago The George Butterfield Jr. amily are moving to Algona this week. George and daughter Georgia left Sunday p.m., and Mrs Butterfield and Janie expect to go his week Saturday, They have eased a house on. East Call st.. where Georgia is keeping house for her father this week. George s employed by the Everds Cons;ruction company. Lowell Jensen was host to his dlass Saturday, the occasion being his 9th birthday. Refreshments were served by his mother Mrs Vergil Jensen, arid Lowell received gifts from his playmates. Mr and Mrs Sam Gibson and Mary Ethel drove to Britt late Saturday night to meet their daughter Mrs Joyce Alvers and children, who came from Perry, tq be present at the funeral of Mr. Alvers' mother, Mrs Harriet Sprank at Ledyard. BURT NEWS . The Mission Study group met with Mrs Howard McMullen Monday afternoon. Lulu Hawcott had the book study. Wm. Nelson and daughter Lillian Stengel had trie following callers at their home last week; Raymond Nelson on Monday; Mr and Mrs Alton Hurlburt of Corwith on Wednesday; the Theodore Jacobsons on Friday and A. P. Nelson of Britt on Saturday afternoon. The latter is a brother of Wm. Nelson. • Mrs Charles Schrader was hostess to members of the J. D. Club at her home Thursday evening. Guests were Mrs Wm. Hellman, Mrs Russ Shipler and Nina Gees- man. Prizes went to Velma Olson for high score and Sophia Shipler for low. Naomi Ghlpman and Mary Jane Dugari Were unable to attend. March .meeting will be with Velma Olson; v Mr and Mrs tfred Lavrenz entertained relatives and friends at an oyster supper in the VFW hall Tuesday evening. The occasion was the 45th wedding anniversary of the host an'd hostess. The evening was spent playing cards. The Goodwill truck from the Missions in Sioux City Will be in Burt Tuesday, Feb. 22. Any materials for this project can be left with Mrs Lee Cole before that date. > .' Mrs Henry Weiner Was taken to Holy Family hospital in Estherville on Tuesday. Mr Weiner is at the home of a daughter during this time. x _ Mrs Art Leason spent from Sunday till Wednesday, with Mrs Otto Schmidt in Buffalo Center. Mr Leason went after her Wednesday. ' '• " , The Southside Cafe was opened last week by the Orie Petersons. This place of business has been closed for several months, but opening days by the Petersons was Friday, Feb. 4, with free coffee 1 'and doughnuts served from one to' five p.m. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bates and family of Algona were^ Sunday visitors at the Wm. Nelson home. Mrs Bates is a daughter of Mr Nelson.. Mr and Mrs Vaughan Wallace Of Clear Lake called on the former's mother Mrs Bertha Wallace, Sunday and were supper guests at the George Hawcott home. The visitors were enroute home •from a three week's trip to Mexico, Texas and other southern states. While in Texas Mr and Mrs Wallace visited the former's son M/Sgt Jack Wallace and famUy in San Antonio, and spent some time in New Orleans, La. ., ' Mr and Mrs Ray Miller and children of Titonka and the Clifford Abbas family Spent Sunday at the Walter Stewards. Kathryn Kirsch Of St. Joe Will Wed Feb. 22nd St Joe — Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Kathryn Kirsch,'daughter of Mr and Mrs Math Kir- fch of here and Sam Tornabane, son of Mr and Mrs Rocco Torna- bane of Fort Dodge. Miss Kirsch and Mr'Torrnabane will be married in St. Joseph's -Church here on Tuesday, Feb. 22, with Rev. Leo C Schumacher'officiating at the 9 o'clock double ring ceremony. Miss Kirsch, a graduate ol St Joseph's High School here and St. Joseph's Mercy School o' Nursing in Fort Dodge. Has Appendectomy Ralph Reding underwent an appendicitis operation in St. Ann hospital in Algona on Friday morning. To Travel In South Rev Leo C. Schumacher of bt. Joseph's Parish here and Father Leo Harpeneau of St.'Mary's Parish in Mallard will leave on Tues- was held Monday evening, Feb. 3, in St. Joseph's Parish Hall. ^ Catholic Daughters of America* officers training school < was held n the Veterans Hall in Selmond on Sunday, Feb. 6, with the fol- owing St. Joseph's Court officers attending: Grand Regent^ Mrs F. Bormann; vice regent, Mrs F. Reding; secretary, Mrs Nicholas Weydert; Monitor, Miss Mary Ann Berte; treasurer, Mrs AJvin Klein; Sentinel, Mrs Raymond Kohlhaas. M>q*Ann Baxter of Dubuque ana Mrs Anne Williams of Garner were among state officers lit charge. Wesley Man . Stricken With Heart Attack Wesley— Carson Simpson was stricken by a heart attack Sunday in his home and was taken to the Britt hospital. Clarence Donovan is alsoa patient there, Mr and Mrs Jens A-nderson en- teftained'their Monday evening*. Bill Goet* jnd Mrs FUnnemark won high Mr and Mrs -Marvin : JWW and Bill Goetz, * Mr'arid Mrs Dale porhbier were hosts to their 500 club Monday evening. Guests were the Leonard, Cletus, ,,»»,,,•?£ Donovan Studer.Ralph Schipulls and GT"nft Smiths. &gh honors went to Mrs Leonard Studer and Cletus Studer. Low to Donovan Studer and Mrs Schipull. Mr arid Mrs Merle Westrom and \baby ^oved Saturday from the George Ama h6use to the Hamilton house recently vacated by the Lawrence Koppens Jim Walker was called to West Bend Monday by the sudden illness of his father Ben Walker who suffered a heart attack in his h °Mr'and Mrs Lyle Hepperly and family of Britt spent the weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs Geo H Mr!' .Fred Bohn left Monday Feb. 7 for Berkeley and Mill Valley Calif, where she will look after business interests and visit vied hi other Mrs hospital. Des Moines on Monday, Marlene Bauer and Bill'Klem- en* of State University were weekend guests^or her parents Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer, "and Mrs Will Hrubes.and four children were Sunday dinner guests .in the George Wellick h °Mr. and Mrs^Stan Johnson and family and Bill Kopperr spent the weekend in Omaha with the Robert Kirkpatricks and family. Lions club sponsored ..a box social and dance in Legion hall Tuesday evening, Feb. 8. HAS A MATTRESS...AT ANY PRKE HAD SO MUCH TO RECOMMEND IT! SPRING AIR llllllmllllllllllllllllllllrallHIulllnllllllillllllllluiiliiiimiiiiiraiiii inuwin "»«»»> «MH™™ ~ - Just Arrived for Spring Decorating ••• tarn ball? 53 the specifications of'the fomowa Kahler Hotel, Rochester, Minnesota 4«• I Home of the Mayo ClinU PUBLIC FOR THE VERY fltil IBM H wl? :-.'.,'s Schumacher's twin brother, Father Blase at Shawnee, Okla. and a sister, Mrs Leo Thorup in Salina, Kan. Father Stoll, a retired priest who resides in Algona, Will be in charge of St. Josephs parish here during Father Schumacher's absence. C. D. of A. Met --•C D. of A., Court St. Joseph's, NO.-1554 held its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday evening, Feb 9, at 7:30 o'clock, in the parish hall with Grand Regent Mrs Frank Bormann presiding. Committee in charge of social hour and lunch was Mrs John B. Red- rig, Mrs Peter Reding Jr., Mrs David Bernhard, Mrs Edward Thilges, Mrs Eugene Thul, Mrs Cecil Williams, Mrs Leonard McGuire, Mrs Albin Kayser, Mrs Alphonse Berte and Mrs Maggie Thilges. "Knights of Columbus St. Joseph's Council with Grand Knight, Orville Wagner presiding, regular monthly meeting Blossom Insurance Agency Individual Crop Settlement ATTENTION FARMERS! YOU CAN NOW BUY INSURANCE ON EACH CROP SEPARATELY AT BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY WITH FEDERAL CROP INSURANCE. CONTACT BLOSSOM INSURANCE AGENCY FOR YOUR 1955 FEDERAL CROP INSURANCE NOW! Phone 125 For Details or Stop in at 109 North Dodge 9 ; !<•>! Ws -'$. 38 Read what Roy Watson, Jr.. President of the Kahler Hotel and Minnesota Hotel Assccia- tlon, says: "Most of the Kahler'i guests are here as patients at the Ma>o Clinic. Rest Is of utmost importance, and that means having the best beds possible. Spring Air Mattresses meet all of our specifications, and those of our guests, too. We recommend these mattresses highly." NATWMMKf ADVKT1HP look at these Kahier Hotel Special and you'll see why we recommend iKis Spring Air mattress to ye»l • Used throughout the Kahler Hotel patients at the famous Moye CllnH stay here I • Extra firm, extra comfortable, exl • Built to withstand years ol wear • Made with specially tempered eolUt* extra firm support • large side vents for complete aerato* • Special new tandy striped eoverlna e pre-built border... won't ever »aa e Four side handles PLUS TWO SPfCIAl MO HMDUt fOK lASIHl TUftNJNO full or twin iizei... Matching Be* 8pH»fl. to* »f »< Alt tome introductory price ... M MAJO ee*» COME IN TODAY! Quick Change to New Beauty It's amazing how new wallpaper will make your rooms "wake up and sing!" We have a sparkling selection of designs .. . both modern and traditional... . to give your home a refreshing change of scene. Come, choose. NEW ORDER BOOKS JUST ARRIVED THAT MAY BE TAKEN OUT! Linole.uiii Reductions! SAVE NOW On Special Group of Armstrong Inlaid Linoleum Roll Ends. Large Enough For Bathrooms, Small Rooms and Counter Tops. i $1.00 OFF \ Per Square Yard Roll Ends. SPECIAL PRICES ON ROLL ENDS ARMSTRONG QUAKER WALL COVERINGS! SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON REMNAfNT BUNDLES OF WALLPAPER! Paper Small Room Inexpensively COMPLETE CLOSING-OUT on west of Burt on Monday, February 14 SALE BEGINS AT 1 P. M. Farm Machinery 1—Regular Farmall Tractor. ' 1—F20 Farmall Tractor. 1—VAC Case 1949 Tractor, with cultivator. 1—17' International Disc. l_6-section Drag with steel eyener. 1_38' John Deere Elevator with hoist and speed jack. lll290 John Deere Planter with fertilizer attachment, 2 years old. 1—8' Binder for Windrower. 1—International Endgate Seeder. I—John Deere Rubber Wagon with flat rack. l_Wagon on rubber with box. 1—Steel Wagon and box. 1 21 fi" IMow ^ 1—International 22B Cornpicker (Mounted). 1—Farmer's Friend Loader and snowbucket. 1—Steel-wheel Wagon. 1—Pump Jack. 1 17 Head of Cattle - 17 • 12 While-Faced Stock Cows (to start calf ing in April) • 4 Shorthorn Heifers • 1 Hereford Bull Household Goods & Miscellaneous • Oak Dining Room Set, large size with divided top. ' Gas Range, like new. Good Linoleum—10x20, 14x15 and 12x15. Set of Sockets, faps and dies. Steel Clothesline Poles. 1/2-inch, Elec. Drill ana) a number of other small tools.- Motor & Grinder. Power Lawn Mower. 2—Hand Lawn Mowers. Miscellaneous items too numerous to mention. 50 . Feeder Pigs 300 BUSHELS CERTIFIED ANDREW SEED OATS R.G. RICHARDSON FURNITURE STORE West of the New Courthouse 10% Cash Discount On All Stock Wallpaper and Pratt & Lambert Paint. ••••(••••"^ TO Hampshire Brood Sows to Farrow Last of February and April WE DO PICTURE FRAMING Cowan Building Supply TERMS: Cash, or inake arrangement with your banker before sale date! ART LEEK, Owner LEEK & REILING, Auctioneers SECURITY STATE BANK, Clerk Phone 275 Algona

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