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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 10, 1955
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March 10, 1955~ Spring In Whittemore Area Begins By Art. Heidenwiifa Whi«eaio*e—-Herman ' Kollasch moved last week Tuesday, March 1, fVorn Ithe former WJlliam Geilenfeld farm in Letts Greek Town, ship, to the Geelan farm, south: ea'sT ret'Whittemore, vacated fay Duane 1 ShJppard, who moved Jo his (father's farm north of AIgo« na, Lewis Schumacher, moved, from this farm to the farm »a r cated by, Ralph Albright, hr Plum Creek Township. The Albrights bought ft farm south of Des Moines fend moved there. Carl Ernest vacated the 1 Nick Thilges farm and moved to the farm vacated by the KolIascK's. A Mf Friederes of St. Joe moved to : • A SALUTE TO THl FARM YOUTH OF OUR NATION NATIONAL 4-H CLUB WEEK March 5 through ]3 A salute to the young boys and girls who are working constantly to become better citizens. We are proud of your progress, the things you do and the way you do theml You have shown that 4-H Club participation provides inspiration, training and experience in cooperation, leadership and community service. Keep up the good work 4-H Club members and leaders. Security State Bank ' ' W • • "The Friendly Bank" Member-Federal Deposit-Insurance Corp. . You Never Outgrow Your Need For 4-H CLUB MEMBERS Need No Advice About Drinking Milk They know it brings good health, keqps clear heads and is nature's most perfect food. the Nick Thilges farm. JanAfis Kolla'scri 'who 'was Unable t'o get- a farm moved to the tenant house' on the Grotty •*«*. George Jfer gens Sr.,' moved • Sunday to the east Jjjrt'Af AlgpnB; vtoajingi the Lizzie Prank! house In the i west part of Whittemore. > ' < ! See Tttutriey • r Francis Slagle. 'coach' pf^t jyhittemore Public SAhool 'Girls basketball' te&m- took his tedrh to ! Des Moines, "Friday, tn see 'the g"irls tburnarrierit Friday and SfiU urday night'. Others Who idft eaif- ly Saturday riiorning for the tournament we're Mr and 'Mrs; James Young, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe, and Mr and Mrs Bert | -Se i ely. r 17lh Anniversary ' ' ' I A number of relatives gathered' at the. home of Mr arid Mrs Alfred Meyer Friday, night to Celebrate the 17th .wedd]ng anniyer- sary of Mr and ' Mrs , Meyer. Present were Mrs Mathilda Meyer, of here, Mr and Mrs Ronnie Stephenson and family, Mr and Mrs Robert Dreyer Jr., and family, Mrs Robert Dreyer Sr., of Algona, Mrs Gustie Davis, of ,Le- Mars, Mr and Mrs William Zumach and family, and Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and family of Letts Creek, and Mr and Mrs Alfred Bruhn, of Depew. Mr and Mrs Pat Carper were hostess Sunday of last week to a grpup of .neighbors for ,a farewell party in honor of Mr, and Mrs Carl Ernest, who moved to a farm northeast of WhittemoYe, March 1. . ' /, Tomrhy Fleming, little 'son of Mr and Mrs Robert Fleming, fell down the .'basement ' steps'' last week and broke his,collarbone. Jariies Busherfeld, son of Mr and Mrs Anthony Busherfeld will leave for Des Moines Marcrr-21 to be inducted into the army: Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith of here and Mr and Mrs Donald Hulbert of Fenton were Sunday evening six o'clock dinner guests at the home of Mr arid Mrs Elmer Ruhnke. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona'spent the weekend at the borne of Mr and Mrs Milton Espe here. Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt entertained a group of young p'eb- ple at their home Sunday night! Present were Mr and Mrs Norman Lane, Mr and Mrs Larry Devine, Mr and Mrs Gerald Hentges, and Mr and Mrs Arthur Mulligan. Mrs George J. Elbert of here and her siter, Mrs Herbert French of Rossie, drove to Rochester, Minn., Thursday to bring home Mr Elbert who underwent surgery two weeks ago at Rochester. Mike L. Besch, DeKalb Seed corn agent, attended a meeting at Humboldt- last week Monday. Mr and Mrs Rudolph Hanover and' family-, Mr and Mrs Robert Wegener,. Mr.- and Mrs- Henry Brodigan, of Id Fafgd, ," of brdther 1 . , , week fuhefal'd tsburg,' drove tft, Monday hey 'ai- . Brodlgiri's v ~ . I' Victor Perkins, ferry #ailpuk&t, Hildreth Pettit, Charles Origer and] Ralph Bauer, of hefe,.aid Waney HUtcmnsofl, of Lone Jtoc'k, Attended the Sioux Falls, South Dakota bowling tournament Sunday. ' ., Emina , dmith, sister of Mrs .George S, filbert, returned to 'her hpme in Bloomington, 111.,, last Mdnday after visiting with her s|sters,t Mrs-fGeorgerKohl, in Al= joha, and Mrs George Fandel Sr, ( of 'Rodman. She carfteijiere several Weeks ago to attend the furt* eral of her brother-in-law, George S. Elbert. She accompanied Mr 'and Mrs Johii Dahlhauser who came here to 'attend the golden wedding anniversary 6f their par- ,ents, Mr and Mrs Peter J. Dahl- ha user last week Sunday. Mr and Mrs Joseph Keene and family are visiting in St. Joseph^ Mq., at the home of Mr and Mrs Dohald Elbert. Mr Elbert is a former- Whittemore lad and the sort of Mr and Mrs Francis EU b'ert. Mr and Mrs George Frost and family and Ruth Ann. Bell of Estherville, and Mr and Mrs Harold Kuntz of Ute, were SUndajf visitors at the home of their parents, Mr and Mrs Elmer F. Bell; Mrs Raymond Kollasch • entertained a number of small girls at her home last Monday afternoon in honor of her daughter, Rae Ann's,- fifth birthday/Guests included Charlotte Elbert, Bernar dine Bell, Dianna Dogotch, Suf art Elbert, Linda -Dogotch, Nancy Mueller, Ann Foley t Marilyn' Koppen, Marcia Bauer; and Danny Kollasch. Mr and 'Mrs Nick Reding entertained their -Pinochle iClub-at their .home .Monday evetiirig. Frank Pickarski and Mrs Leo Walters won high, Leo Walters and Mrs Nick ^Reding, second high, Heriry .Mueller- and Mrs Fred Kollasch low. Frank Foley received the travel prize. Mr and Mrs Earl Elbert entertained the Club 18 at their home Sunday high't. Edmund O'Brien^ arid Mrs George Strett winning high, Charles G. Kollasch and Mrs William Besch, low. Mrs John Farrell won the chair prize. St. Joe Couple Are Parents Of Twin Daughters St. Joe— Mr and Mrs Edward Thilges are parents of twin. daughters born on,Friday, March 4th, in St. Ann Hospital in Algona. This is their first. Mrs Thil- WESLEY NEWS Mrs Herbert Knecht Was,, a patient-,in 9f. Ann hospital sjv- eral days over the weekend. .She had raftered an .injured elbow several < weeks ago and had to f eatfry her arm in a Jling. . Mt and. Mrs N. 3. Weber artd Mf and .Mrs Harold Weber and Dannie* were Sunday evening guists at the Mrs Louisa Seimer home near Britt. Marvin, Sei- nter ,is now attending a business college at, Des Moiries and.Lean- der is-a^home and has recuperated" q'uife well from a Decent illness. LiVermore News Mrs 3. C. Kelly has been com fined to her home the past week with illness. Mrs Cora Geeriwopd,, who makes her home With her daughter, Mrs Gale Befryhill, was taken to the Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Monday for observation. Mr and-Mrs Nick B6rrrtann arid Mr and Mrs Peter Bormann aU tended the funeral services of George Klein at Watkins, Minn: last Week Thursday. He .Was their uncle. . , •Mr and Mrs Eugene Zeimet of St. Joe were Monday evening visitors'! at the •' Henry Zeimet home. ' , Mr and Mrs Phil Wilson of Ft. Pierre, S. D., who Had been here visiting his mother, Mrs Maude Wilson, have gone to Texas and Arizona where they will spend several weeks. The Wilsons formerly lived here. Mr and Mrs Don Schoeberlem and son of Humboldt spent Sunday afternoon with her parents, Mr and Mrs Otto Andersen. Gus Johnson' of Manson was a supper guest Sunday of his parents, Mr rand Mrs Carl V. Johnson. Guests Saturday evening at the Mrs Delores Christensen home were Mr, and Mrs Art Vaudt, Mr and Mrs Raymond Berte and Mr and Mrs Robert Gronbach. Robert Braghammer of Decnrah spent the weekend here visiting his mother, Mrs Anna Bragham- mer, at'the Mrs Gertrude Boyd home. • Mr and Mrs Alvin.Schmitz and three children of Westphalia visited from Friday to Monday with relatives at the Altman home. P^eter Altman, who spent several weeks visiting relatives at Harlan, Westphalia, 'and Panama, returned home with them. : Mr and Mrs Raymond Berte. Alvin Berte, Mrs Anna Berte ana •Agnes Berte attended the funeral services of Adam'Berte at St. Joe on Friday morning. , Mrs Earl Armstrong and infant son, born,at the Lutheran hospital in Fort '-Dodge have come home. Mrs Margaret Brewer and son church hid charge of the tov- ces oft Sunday morning. .Those saftieipating were Lea Jarvls, pe- Ve*ne Holmes, DeahZeMon, Hat old;Stoddara ( Jerry Welcome 4-H Club Members We Solute Yoy On The Occasion of 4-H Club Week, And Look Forward To Seeing You In Algona Saturday Algona Co-Op Creamery Co. Fairville,;,visited',at the home of Mr and Mrs Edwin Tietz, ^Sunday ajjtqrnocjri. 5: Mr Tietz is. $3nfined to his 'horrie due to his hip Which he broke in a fall three weeks ago. Mr and Mrs Norman,.Wegener of Cylinder, were hosts at supper Thursday night to Mr and Mrs Merlyn Wegener and son, Douglas, of here. James Peter, infant son of Mr and Mrs Clement Bisenius, was baptized Sunday at St. Michael's Catholic church. Mr and Mrs Leo Elsbecker were his sponsors. Guests at the Bisenius home were Mr and Mrs Leo Elsbecker and farnily of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Bisenius and family of Emmetsburg, and Mr and Mrs John Montag and family of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt had as dinner guests at their home Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr., Mr and Mrs George Meyer,Mrs Mathilda Meyer and Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. The latter three couples also spent the evening with the Voigt's. Rosella Voigt of Algona also was a dinner guest. Mr and Mrs Russell Harris, Mr and Mrs Fred Heinrich, Mr and Mrs Melvin Heinrich, Mr and Mrs Harold (Heinrich, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz, Mrs Ernie Meyer, Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz, Mr and Mrs Theodore Mejer, Mr und Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith Mrs Ruth Schultz, Forrest Gilmore, Donald Gundersori, Harlan Salgemann, Mr and Mrs Frank foley and Daniel Foley of Whittemore attended the funeral of Jennings Harris "held Sunday afternoon in the Presbyterian phurch in West Bend. Russell Harris is a son of the deceased. Mr and Mrs Scott DeSart, of Feriton, were Sunday evening suppnr guests with Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer. Mr and Mrs Virgil Elbert spent the weekend with Mrs Pearl Womack, in Mclnty're, with the mother of Mrs Elbert. Mr'and Mrs Roy Quenger and family of West Bend spent Friday evening with Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck. Mr and Mrs William Raker and family of Cedar Falls, spent the weekend at the parental home of Mr aria Mrs Nick Reding. Mr and Mrs Wilbur Roeber attended the Building Show in DCS Moines last week Friday. Mr and Mrs ' Harold Heini ich and daughter, tylene, visited recently at the home of Mrs Heinrich's parents, Mr and Mrs Fi'ed Goebel, in Fairmont, Minn. Mr and Mrs Roy Higley and Mr and Mrs Lester Higley pf Algona visited here with*.Mr and Mrs Bescl), Sunday afternoon. * Mr and Mrs Lawrence Vigdal, and Mr and Mrs Harold Wehr- span spent the weekend in Wa- terlown, Minri.,, where they visited with friends and attended a ( Armstrong aria Virgil Smith ily were Sunday evening visitors at the Raymond fiefte Hbme;ii$af Lu Verne ' r. , , t ,, „ Mrs Frank f driiaWls ffsslstfhg with the care of MM Frances >Sit* ' tier at' the Ole,Sittler home. Mrs '- nd SAtudayjviW her daughj Mrs teiify- fiohftstetter and ft •family Ifi FWt radge. , , - fjarl Underbef| • spent /everal days last Week'in the Lutheran hospital-in Fort Dodge for ob• • ' ' treatment, Catching the season's ' •: • best bow ... Jacqueline's .-.-,' new pump honeymoons with . everything- in your wardrobe! Love the slim slant it gives the . 'foot... that "gently pretty look'' that's Spring '551 Love its : difference... its little price, tool In tolid-color calf with White piping: ' .• AVOCADO • WEDGEWOOD • NAVY • RED • BUTTERNUT Joseph's v .High' Borrriann, '"Karel students 1 of 'St. : school, Francis , , Bormann, Elaine Wagner t and Marilyn Bormann . were on the Catholic Neighbor program over station KAYL, Storm Lake on Sunday afternoon at 4;45. Knights of Columbus, St. Joseph's Council regular monthly meeting was held Monday even- ng, March 7, in the Parish hall. Catholic Daughters of America 2ourt St. Joseph, regular monthly meeting was held Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock in the school hall. A special Lenten religious program was planned with Mrs Maurice Reding, Mrs Clarence Bormann, Mrs William Devine, Mrs Math Faber, Mrs Chris Gales and Mrs Anton Weydert, committee in charge. Mr and Mrs Alfred Zeller and sons of Bode and Mrs Mary Kramer of Whittemore were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the horne of Mr and Mrs Vernard Walstrom at Royal, in celebration of the baptism of the Walstrom's infant son, who has been named Thomas. Mr and Mrs Zeller acted as sponsors for their nephews. Mrs Carl Stessmann and Lizzie Kenkel of Earling were visitors last week here at the Henry Bormann home. The visitors are sisters of Mrs Borman. Mrs Stess- man is a sister-in-law of Mr and Mrs John Bormann of here. Mr and Mrs Bill Ferstel and family moved to Jthe Lorenz Bormann farm here vacated by the Andrew Laubenthal family where they will be employed. Janet Ferstel attends St. Joseph's school where she'is 3 first grade student. Mr and Mrs Edward Majerus of Des Moines spent Sunday here with relatives. Mrs Majerus is the former Mary Wagner, sister of Mrs Thermann Pruitt and Mrs Leonard McGwire of here. .Mr and Mrs George Wagner arid John, Mrs Adeline 'Wagner and family'and Mr and Mrs Sylvester Wagner and family were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Nick Reding home near Whjttem.ore. Misses , Emelda and Evelyn Busherield of Fort Dodge spent the weekend here with their par- 'ents, Mr and Mrs Anthony Bush- erfcld. Mr and Mrs Harry Balgemajin oi here accompanied by Mrs Balgemann's parents, Mr and Mrs Notice of Regular School Election .Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of the Algona Community School District of Al- gpna in thp' County of Kossuth State of Iowa that tne regular election of said School District will be held at room 144 in the High School building on the 14th day of March 1955, at twelve noon and closing at'-7 p'clocjj p.m. . , Two directors, #nll be Tglectec for terms, pf three years to sucked Robert Black and Mrs Vedc Murtagh whose terms expire March 1955. A treasurer will be elected foi a term oj two years to succeed E A. Schemel whose term expires July 1955. - fi. member-at-large will be elected for the Kossuth County Board of Education. Dated March 4, 1955 Inez Wolfe Secretary, Board of Educatioi • (Published the Algona Moines) March (Iowa) 1855, ppe'r THIS 50 Trade- ON YOUR OLD TIRES UHCOHDITIONAL RUSS & KY SERVICE

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