The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 24, 1955 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 24, 1955
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(ia.f O'ppar fias Mo<«e> fhurtJay, Martfi H 1955 32 Burl Homemakers In Meeting, Demonstrations Burt — The Burt Homemakers met March 15 with Mrs Raymond Westling, Mrs Ulses and Mrr Fred Tigges assisting. ' After the business meeting Mrs Westling and Mrs Ulses demonstrated cake, decorating, with Mrs Cherland and Mrs Schwietert showing and serving several "Simple Desserts with the lunch served by the hostesses. Next meeting in April Will be with Mrs Odey Cherland, assisting will be, Mrs Ralph Thompson and Mrs James Cody Sr. Attending Tuesday's meeting ere 32 women. Evelyn Angus, elen Berhow. Luella Cherland, Mrs Jas. Coady Sr., Viola Cunningham, Estella Dittmer, Frances Dittmer, Mrs Don Eraser, Hilda Gross, Charlotte Habeger, Shirley Habeger, Ellen Holmeren, Etta Howard, Mrs Ivan Kohlhaas, Mrs Alex Kruger, Mrs Alvie Kahler, Mrs Wm. Larson Jessie Long, Mrs Meinders, Mrs Meinzer, Jessie Rash, Muriel Tellier, Frances Sarchet, Luella Schenck, Vera Schwietert, Rita Schroeder, Mary Tigges, Mrs Ar Person, Mrs Ulses, Mrs Ed Tig ges, and from Algona Mrs Utti Westling and LaVerla. Mr and Mrs Warren R*entz o Minneapolis spent the weekend wer Hel with the former's parerits, Mr and Mr's Estel Rentz. Mr Rentz was married March 5 to Marlene Pinkerlon of Constantino, Mich.. and both the bride and groom are employed in Minneapolis. Mr ientz is also a student at Gale Institute there. Plans are being made for a miscellaneous shower 'or the couple soon to be held iere. Coach Earl Stevens with ten of the basket ball boys attended the games' in Des Moines las weekend. The following spent from Friday until Sunday there J D. Andrews, David Chnsten- sen Darrell Davis, Gary Gid- dfngs, Larry Hinckley, Vernell Koestler Norman Mitchell, La- Dell oTsonahd Wendell W llrett David Miller With Earl Stevens drove Cars. A Fish Supper, sponsored by the Boy Scouts of Burt will be he'dirfthe V. F. W. hall Friday evening this week. Tickets can be mil-chased at the door. Mi and Mrs C. M. Gross were guests at the 50th wedding anniversary flinner given at the Johnson House Sunday for Mr 'and Mrs Walter Brandow of Algona Mr and Mrs James Frederick- on of Alta are parents of a daughter born to them at the Storm Lake hospital Wednesday, March 1C. The baby weighed 9 pounds and has been named Can, dace Rne. The Fredencksons have one other daughter two years old. Mr and Mrs E. P. Fredickson and Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel are the grandparents and Mr and Mrs frenry Dacken are great grandparents. Mrs Lawrence Doege observed her birthday anniversary Monday, March 14, by entertaining New Prices Considerably Higher SAVE $$ WITH OPEN FRIDAY NIGHT UNTIL 9:30 auv. iviHiuu A^J ^j *-• " —„, \ members of the Jolly Ten Club at her home that afternoon. Games were enjoyed after;which the hostess served lunch. She was presented with a gift. Attending were Clara Grslham, Charlotte Habeger, Mary Beth Hamilton, "Michael and Barbara, Bertha Koestler, Gertie Moore, Frances Sarchet and baby, Bertha Stow Cora StoW and Loretta Waltman Mrs Vern Rafdal and small son were guests. Mrs E. P. Frederickson spen several days with the James Fre dericksons at Alta last week and Mrs Louis Riedel is spending thi week there. E. P. Fredickson spent the weekend. Honoring him on his birthday relatives and friends were invitee to a party at the Kenneth Sar chett home for the letter's fathej Tred Habeger. The birth date wa the 12th but the guests gathere Friday evening. They were M and Mrs Elmer Ferden of West Bend; Mr and Mrs Duane Wilcox and Herbert of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Duarie Habeger; Habeger, ' Humboldt; and Dick Furst of Cedar Falls as, Well as Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger. "Mr and Mrs Arthur Isaacson of Stratford and Mr and Mrs Otto Westling and LaVerla of Algona' spent the weekend with the Raymond Westling's. <Mr and Mrs Gerald Riedel of Cedar Rapids spent a recent weekend with the Louis RiedeUs. and the families srjeht Sunday a week ago with the James Fred- icksons at Alta. Ray Cunningham .of Algona . rch 28th, the Lone Rock P.T. Rath and_ D °"^ ,/f n A^ irig 'Tuesday afternoon, at . the . will hold its March meeting, guests^at the iDale Westerns home «* * o £ church in Arm- Representatives from the Ground and in the afternoon they all vis- \ C L* Jth burial in Armstrong Observer Corps Headquarters in ited at; the Lawrence Rath home, ronunu Des Moines will be here to speak. Lone Rock PTA Meets 28th; 6-0-C Proaram V V V I lUyiUMI In Des Moineii and on theit way home they visited Mrs Sam Barnes at Elklns, Ark. Mr. and Mrs Herschel Hartmatt and boys visited Thursday and' Friday in Hector, Minn., with an atiht and uncle, Mr and Mrs Arthur Hauck. Mrs Ida Mae Johnson accompanied them home and is'Visiting here for several days. Chas. W. Cronk, .ft/BiM-At Ringsted Home Swea, fe Eagle — Charles W o of Algona returned home from Florida after spending .some Lone Rock - Monday evening, time there. Sunday Mr and. . Mt§ March 28th, the Lone Rock P.T. Rath and ' Saturday , j Rinested. Funeral ser " conducted the follow and smday Cronk ° n was Iam mer Krause, Mr and Mrs Wm. i — ^ -•-,--- '^me. Marlow, Mr and Mrs D L. Me* th ^arlow^ome. Arthur, Mr and Mrs Clair Bol- I born. The L children were farmed in the Arm- Kay J^UiBH «"•gave a 'report on ,4-H Dajr<at.AJ- 'ona. Two demonstrationl c jvef| iven by Lavon Jensenjand[Alice ktch and Donna JohMW--tod Lois McGregor. Miss Hayden, KossUth County rural health nurse, gave a talk. . ...... Mr and Mrs Sam Link visited last week at the home of her sister and her" family the Clarence Tokheims at Jewel. la. ' Eugene Fitzgerald, son otMt and Mrs Ed Fitzgerald arrived home recently from San Diego Calif. Eugene has been .four years in the naval air corps aftd has received his discharge. He plans to farm with his father. Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompson drove to Ames last Friday,, to bring back their son Gene Thomp son, who has been a student at September. GeM lome as he U'ft , remain in farm- Mr and Mrs Leonard Madden have returned home after a month vacation trip. They accompanied VIr and Mrs Martin Jensen of Mankato. 'They have been m Florida, and the eastern coast with a stop at Washington, D. C. At the Lowell Larson home Sunday a number of relatives held a pot-luck dinner m honor of Francis Torine Lowell Larson and his son Craig, who recently had birthdays. Guests were Mr and Mrs Harry Tis*, Mr 2nd Mrs Kenneth Mullarkey and children, Mr and Mrs Emil Larson Mr and Mrs Walter G. Peterson, Mr and Mrs Francis Torine and children. manow, ivii uuu •"/'= "• .•"• f-» i nnle Schroeder, Mrs Henryi me lanmy lanucn "» •-•"-•"••• Arthur, Mr and Mrs_Clair Bol- ^ d an d Art Schroeder vis- strong community until 11 years linger, Mr and Mrs Fred1 Wells, ? t °3 M rs Kate Schroeder at a ago, when Mr Cronk's health fail- Mr and Mrs Donald Radig, Mr »<£ jvii^ h ital Thursday . ed and they moved to Ringsted. and Mrs Elaine Saxton, Mr and „ . M clarence Donovan He is survived by his wife, 3 Mrs David _ Weber, Mr^ and^Mrs | of Britt visitec i last Thursday at | S0 ns and 3 daughters, Wesley of the Arden Hovey home. Sunday dinner guests at the Black Smiths Clarence Beck. S ns , Madrid; Paul a student at Green- ille College, Greenville, III.; Joy Bec. < Sunday dinner guests at e ille olege, reenve, .; o Mrs Rose Kraft, Clarence Kraft, n a inh C. Thompson home were O f Ruthven; Mrs James (Mildred) and Mrs Ralph Snyder attended, , Mr and Mrs Albert Shaser, Mrs Kirk and Mrs Gilbert (Phyllis) the funeral of Henry Schultz at Hatlie Shaser, Mr and Mrs Wai- Nimmo of Durand, Wis.; and Mrs Emmetsburg Sunday afternoon. : her Thompson and family, Mr and Virgil (Avis) Bedow of Tyler, , Mr and Mrs Jim O'Hara and Mrs Warren Thompson and f ami- Minn.; also one brother Earl of Jerry spent Sunday afternoon 7 ly of Swea city, Mr and Mrs Wil- 1 Armstrong, three' sisters, Mrs ancT were supper guests at the: lard Thompson and family, Mr Ezra Atkinson, Brookings, S. p.; • - COMPLETE CLOSING OUT JOHN DEERE IMPLEMENT SALE We are quitting the implement business and will hold a public auction on South 61h St. in Estherville, la., on Tues., At 9:00 a.m. Sharp This Is New John Deere Machinery 7 New Tractors New Cultivators 5 Spreaders Spring Tooth Harrows Baler New Elevators New Windrowers 9 New Plows 8 New Corn Pickers New Mower New Side Rakes IMPLEMENT DEPARTMENT Northern Lumber Co. Estherville, Iowa ten Burns & Cfair Clark, Auctioneers Marlyn Bailsman home. The Geo. Long family were unday dinner- guests at the tfarvyn Ackerson .home. -.-? A L> Cotton, Sr., left Friday o visit his father, N. L. Cotton nd sister, Mr and Mrs Harley .hellito at St. Petersburg, Flori- 3 . , Mr and Mrs E. -M. Jensen and 'erry spent the weekend at the A. H. Henningsen home at Ames. Dr. and Mrs- Englund of Musca- ine were also -there. ''• • H. A. 'Blanchard went to Mason City Saturday and then to Des Moines with G. W. Blanchard to attend the boys tournament. He •eturned home Sunday. Mrs C. W. Heerdt, Gene and xvay ouumi's 11 "* 11 - .*"• • spent a few days with the wyn Cunninghams and- called; on his cousin', Mrs Bertha Stow, Friday afternoon. The Birthday Circle met with Nettie Lavrenz Thursday afternoon. Thirteen members were present and visitors were: 'Lois Trunkhill, Clara Van Steenberge and Dorothy Meier. ' ' ' Fortnightly. Club met at the home of Mrs Ben Bahling Friday afternoon and. Esther . Wilharns was a guest. Namesday Play At Bancroft For Father Schultes Bancroft—The namesday play n honor of Father J. H. Schultes was given last week by students of St. John's High School. The children presented him with two dozen red roses, a green vestment, and a spiritual bouquet. Father then gave the children a free day Monday. On Saturday a Solemn High Mass was said in his honor. His brother Monsignor Frank Schultes of St. Bernard's Seminary in Dubuque spent the weekend here. cilU X lHJiiiH 0 *'** «*•« — -u i nd Mrs Jim Elsbecker and fam- y of Bancroft and Mrs Lillie hompson and Neva and Miss lorencp Yager. The Gerald Angus family, Mr nd Mrs Claude Whitehill, Sr., of Ugona were Tuesday supper uests at the Harold Angus home, n honor of Jane's birthday. Mrs Clair Bollinger, Mrs Henry ichroeder were among the group if Farm Bureau Women that pent last Wednesday in Des Moines With the legislature. ' Mr and Mrs Joe Kemna and Kenneth of Bancroft visited Sunday afternion at the Howard Bierstedt home. i»Al a *~*. «i. -*-.~ —-«-i Dennis of Burt spent Sunday afternoon at the home of her sister. Mrs Frank Flaig. Callers at the C. E. Householder home this weekend were: Friday, Mrs Naomi Marlow, Saturday, P. M. Christenson, and Mrs Erich Seegebarth, and Sunday Delmar Fischer. . Mrs W. G. Flaig entertained the following &t a birthday party Friday afternoon in honor of Mrs Roger Jensen: Mesdames, Roger Jensen, Roy Jensen, W. J. Cotton,' Frank Flaig, E. M. Jensen and Miss Tena Jensen. • The' Fred Iverson family o Belmond spent Sunday at the parental, W. G. Flaig home. Mr and Mrs Jess Mai-Low o Bancroft, Mr,, and "Mrs Joe Bed narz of, Ft, D,oidge ; .and. baby, Mr Eldin Mar}ow,,Mrs Dennis Prielx. arid ''Son '•spent 'Sunday at the Naomi' Marlow home." '- ^ Mri'Chaa. Morns: spcra the Jack Johnson Mr and Mrs Alex Krueger were Saturday dinner v guests at he Harris Wadsworth home in Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder called Sunday evening at the Al- Dert Shaser home. Sunday dinner guests at the M O. Richards home were: Mr and Mrs Floyd Richards of Blue Earth, Minn., Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and family of Eagle Grove, and Mr and Mrs Frank Richards and family. The Kenneth Thomsen family of Ames are visiting at the parental, Andrew Thomsen home. Sunday they were all guests at the G. H. Doty home in Mason Mrs Lawrence Newbrough .and Mrs Delmar Angus spent the weekend with Mrs Laura Mantor at Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs James Walker of Algona and Mrs Rose Kraft were Sunday evening supper guests a* -- -aft home. uZla rtlMliaun, jjiuuixiii^j, »-" •"«» Mrs Jennie "Rogers, San Gabriel, Calif, and Mrs Knute Neland of Lake Mills. Mrs Ervin Link, Mr and Mrs Sam Link and daughter Gwendolyn attended the funeral of Mr Cronk. The men folk are cousins of Mrs Cronk. Swea; Township Homemakers met March 15 at the home of Mr 1 Clifford McGregor, with Mrs Glei Clark assistant hostess. Mrs Rudy Peterson t^ien reported on a re ent County meeting she attend d at Algona. Mrs Art Ander on, Mrs Maynard' Jensen arid Mrs Joe Preston gave the les on. The Swea Sunbeams 4-H girl club met Saturday afternoon a he home of Kay Fitzgerald. Mary New Combines New Milking Equipment Feed & Water Equipment New Discs Tires, Tubes and Chains Pump Equipment Many parts & Attachments Many New Misc. Items If Time Is Desired, Please Contact Your Banker. W.C.O.F. Election W.C.O.F. officers were all reelected for the coming year: Mrs Al Rahe, Chief Ranger: Mrs F. X. Wilhelmi, 'vice chief ranger; Mrs Walter Menke, rec. secretary; Mrs Charles Baker, financial secretary; Mrs Leo Arndorfer. treasurer: Mrs Ed Gorke, Mrs Leander Vaske, juvenile directors; Mrs Henry Rustimier, Mrs Walter Deitering. Mrs Alvin Menke, trustees; Monica Baker, Catherine Raho, conductors; Mrs Helen Uriels. Mrs Leander Menke won the prize. Mr and Mrs Harold Hatten, Missouri, spent the weekend at the F. J. Hatten home and at the Cyril Hagg home- in Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Vernon Decker, nmmetsburg, socnt Sunday with parents Mr and Mrs Roy Schiltz. Josenh Govern, Walter Rc-nuer Phil Vaske and William Fox :uent this week visiting in Kansas City uncl-, attending the lowa- biSalle basketball game. Mr and Mrs Powers who have been living in the F. X. Wilhelmi home, moved this week to their home at Sihley. Mr Powers was Star route carrier to Estherville. Mrs Bess Murray returned from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had been a patient for twr weeks. Mr and Mrs Art Menke ;m< family moved Wednesday to th( Leo Arndoifer farm. Mrs Monk< is a daughter of Mrs Arndorfer Mrs Richard Menke went to Ames Thursday to help care for ler new granddaughter, Joyce- Vlarie Lensing, daughter of Mr nd Mrs Tom Lensing. Richard Menke and daughters nd the Al Lensings spent Sun- lay in Ames where Mrs Lensing nd Mr Menke were sponsors at he baptism of Joyre Mario. Mrs Vlcnke returned home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Harold Wilhelmi ire parents of a daughter born at St. Ann hospital recently. Algona Girl On, Ames Band Tour Ames — Patricia Ward of Al icjiiij is a member of the 75-pieci Iowa Slate College band whicl will be on t'->ur in Iowa fron March 21 through 23. Putrid plays string bass. The tour will open at Marshall town on March 21, and then got. to Cedar Rupids, Monticello, Du buque, Manchester, Waukon, Dec orah, Crcsco, Osage. home at Cowrie. Mrs Edw. Ohm and Willara spent Friday evening at her mo- : thers, Mrs Lena Schmidt at Fen°Mr and Mrs Jim O'Hara and Jerry of Emmetsburg spent 'overnight Sunday at the J. F. Qumn °Mr'and Mrs N. E. Heiter of Algona were Sunday dinner guests at the W C. Heiter home. Mr and Mrs Fred Gennch returned home Sunday after a month's visit with their sons Mr and Mrs Maynard Gennch at Carthage, Mo.,'and Mr and Mrs Bernard Genrich at Houston, Texas. On their way going they visited the Howard Blanchard and the Albert Thompson homes Look! FOR SALE Farmers Used Iron Channel 7" Angle up to 3" Shafts up to 2 3 /s Fldt Pulleys up to 23" V Belt Pulleys, Large l-20Vz"-4 Belt 1-16"-13 Belt . 1—12%"-3 Belt 1_6"_3 Belt Roller Chain Used Tractor tires & tubes 1-13 x 24 J2-13 x 28 Truck tires & tubes. 6-650 x 20 Motors 1-220 Int. Stripped 1—Hydraulic Pump . Wrecking 2 Formalls, Reg. New 10 Gauge Sheet Iron, 36x58 :. 2 Truck front axles, 1 real •J-. end, frames R. R. DOYLE; Scrap Iroii & Metal West Bend, Iowa Phone 2881 Mrs Emma Hurlburt and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Dale Schroeder home. Mrs Rose Chrischilles and Mrs Henry Schroeder attended the funeral Sunday afternoon in Emmetsburg of Henry Schultz at the St. Paul's Lutheran church. Cemetery Assn. Meeting, Wesley •Wesley—The annual meeting of the Wesley Cemetery Association is scheduled fof 8 o'clock Tuesday, April 5, in the office of the , , Farmers Creamery. Jurgen Skow is president. ' A caretaker this meeting. will be hired at • Graduation FOR * M'thday • Wedding Stunning blood oak modern Has sclMidiDK ir»y For The Best In Workmanship & Quality Lumber Call or See Ralph Donovan Phone 1498 In Former Wellendorf Garage On South Phillips St, b : nnt JJavid i of Wales, the pulroii KITCHEN'CABINETS BUILT TO SPECIFICATIONS built kitchen cabinet*. No matter what type of eqbinet ypu u oeryoutint.«! reS/you, present kitchen or '.„ building a new o*e ,- we're .he one o give you the best job. AU WOKK GUAIJANTII5D. RETAIL PLYWOOD Available in Any Size Desired GLASS SERVICE Screen Poors & Windows ONI CARMtNr SAVfO fJOM CAN PAY 10* A UNI IN lift DOWN DELIVERS Foster Furniture DONOVAN'S Cabinet & Fixtures (In Any Size or Design Desired) Phone 1498 Jyst South of 7-Up P' ant

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