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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 21, 1955
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itt (!tj.) Upper PM Motn6* t Thutttby* April 21, 1955 Bale Of Hay Breaks Leg Of A Small Lakota Boy Lakoia—Jimmie Lester sustained a< broken leg when hit by a bale Of, hay. Jflttimle Was with .his father, Dwayne Lester, at the Ley Stables and ,,'was hit as the bale Was thrown down from the hay mow. He is in the kindergarten class in school. -•' . , The 1 Misses Emma and Lena Gutkftech't, Mrs Charles Gut- knecKt and Mrs Jennie Gut- knecnt were visitors in Minneapolis Tuesday. Mrs Arlowe Blome had as guests Thursday afternoon, Mrs Norman 'Stevens! of Armstrong find-Mrs-Bruce Munson of Ring- .sted. Mrs Stevens is the former Berniece'Olson and Mrs Munson the former Jeanette Anderson. They were classmates in the La- 1 kpta school. ' ' Mrs Katherine Sachs of Oelwein has been visiting in the Eldon Sachs, ..Walter j Sachs,, and Harry Blome-homes/ Her godchildren Carolytt Blome,and/Marlyfl Sachs Were ioAnfeers 'of the conv, municanis class in St. Paul's Lu• iheran church, Palm Sunday. 1 Mr and Mrs A. E. Anderson, Sherry Lou and Sheryl Rae were jSaster 'weekend guests of Mrs Anderson's mother, Mrs R. E. Ballard. Mr and Mrs Russell TePaske and sons visited' Easter Sunday with his parents in Arcadia. •'•. Mr and Mrs Jflhn Lundquist and two daughters of Iowa City were guests in the~parental H.'H. Murray home for thje' Easter holidays. Sunday dinner guests in the Jerry Heedand home were Mrs Anna Ogren, Miss Hannah Heetland, and the Ronald Heetland, Arlowe Blome, Elmer Paulseri'and Glenn Mabus families. • Mr and Mrs Jerry Ukena were g unday visitors with the Ralph ewey family in Sac City. v'The Robert'; Addy'family were guests of relatives-in Des Moines Palm Sunday jjjpd returned home MondaV. •' - ' .•>•••• * • • I Mrs A. C. Schissel and Sue en- tertaineed.a group of girls at their home Wednesday afternoon. Those enjoying the party were Linda Spear, Linda Hoeppner, DeAnn Nelson, Carmen Cook, Carolyn Ley and Karen Boettcher of Elmore, Minn. ' Weekend guests with Mr and Mrs- Elso Jansen were Mrs Arend J. Miller and Douglas of Ackley and Charles Smith. of Austin, Minn. They were all Sunday dinner guests in the Allie De Neui home in Elmore. Mrs Elso Jansen visited her father Mr De Neui in the Blue Earth hospital Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs A. C. Schissel were hosts at a turkey dinner Thursday evening for the Messers and Mesdames, John Kingston of Armstrong; W. E. Ley and Harry Mussman, and Miss Rozanne Kiester, Elmore. Mr and Mrs Edwin Reed of Fort Dodge were Easter guests of the letter's parents Mr and Mrs John Steenhardi Mr and Mrs Merton Urban and family of Amboy, Minn, were guests on Easter Sunday of Mr and Mrs Chris Assmussen. Mrs Urban is the former Dorothy Assmussen. • Ledyard Township Homemaker will meet with Mrs Jerry Heetland, Friday, April 15 with Mrs Glen Mabus co-hostess. • Mrs Henry Guderian of Algona visited Wednesday with her aunts, Emma' and Louise Thaves. Mrs Carl Gerzema and Marlene Kientz accompanied by Carlyle ah'd : Larry Gerzema of St. Paul attended the wedding of Mrs Gerzema's nepljew April 8- They returned 'home Saturday. Mrs Elmer Victor of Iowa City ;Was an Easter weekend guests with Tier daughter, Mrs Robert Beemer and family The Legion Auxiiary met in the City Hall Monday April 4th with 18 : members present. Fannie Schaumberjg and 'Violet Schaumberg were Hostess. Edith Schroe- de'r gave a story of Child Welfare and Barbara Beemer gave the lesson on Pan America. Change In Office Hours In, • order to provide better working conditions for bur employees we, will' observe- ihe following office hours until further notice, , ° , > Effective ApriMI, 1955 Mcnckay thru'Friday 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Saturday 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 NOON. 'S MILL & ELEVATOR A nlee thing obeut a string of railroad cars, the last ear isn't trying to pass the others. I Does this suggest anything to impatient drivers?. m'/SSSSSS/My/S/'/SSSSSSSSM'SM^^^ Well-Drilling and Jeep-Ditching PORTABLE ELECTRIC POWER AND PRESSURE SYSTEM Contact CletusF.EIbert PHONE 1313 1403 E. Locust St., Algona, la. The Esther Circle of Presbyterian women met with Mrs Arend Swalve in Buffalo Center hursday afternoond and. the Misses Emma and Louise Thaves and Mrs Alma Heetland were hostesses to the Miriam Circle. Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse had as their guests for Easter Mrs Kruse' parents, Mr and Mrs Low of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Ernest Christ moved last week into their new home which had just been built north of their former home. Mrs Curtis Anderson of Des Moines spent several days here helping her parents. Sue Schissel concluded a ten day Easter vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs A. C. Schissel and left by plane Wednesday for Langhorn Penn., where she is attending school. Mr and Mrs Schissel took her to Rochester where she took the plane. ' > Mrs Harriet Warburton returned home Thursday from the Curtis Rest Home in Burt where she had been for several weeks. Mrs Margaret Whalen of Des Moines was an overnight guest of her sister, Tuesday. • •' ' Population At Sexton Doubles Over Easter By The Village Gossip Sexton — A combination of Easter and perfect weather doubled the population of Sexton over Easter Sunday. One of the largest groups was the family of Mr and Mrs Ralph Parsons. Mr and Mrs Dwight Parsons and family and Mr and Mrs Darwin Parsons and family came from Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Dick Parsons of Ft. Dodge and the Morris Parsons of Algona were aiso guesls. Mrs Cyrus Eisenman of Britt has been visiting with her daughter, Mrs August Kirchbaum. Other visitors recently were Mr and Mrs Leo Kirschbaum and sons and Mr and Mrs Roland Bode and daughters. • Mr or>d Mrs Don Pr<?w ind fatjv ! ily had Easter Sunday dinner with her family, Mr and Mrs Harry Ditsworth of Algona but returned home in time for company also. Pat Lundvall of Des Moines and Jeri Kay Voight of Algona, nephew and neice, of Mr Prew, came for the afternoon. They Mix WeU If your in-laws from both sides of the family don't mix too well you might take lessons from Mr and Mrs Bob Kelley for they had both parental families invited for a peaceful day. The guests were* Mr and Mrs Louis Kelley and Margaret of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs Orville Johnson and sons and M»s Edith Wall of Jolley, Mrs Ray Johnson of Twin Lakes and Mr and Mrs J. L. Howard of Schaller. Graham, w!th them'from Cedar Rapids. Other guests for the day Were Mf and- Mrs F>ed Borches, of Waterloo, Mr and Mrs' Joe Name.r of sexton 1 and Francis E>' Ser, 'who Has been' employed at the Simon Henry fdrm near AU gorta. Mi* and Mrs LvA, Copp spent the weekend at Nashuk and were quite ludky in one Way. Mr Copp drove home and thert to Sextort to check on 1 -his chicken ranch and had a flat tire fpr a, hometown mechanic to^Jfix, A reminder .to Friendly Club members to make a note of thci next meeting .as the year books do ndt have the right one. The meeting Will ,be the last 1 Thursday at the ho'me of Mary McMahon, ' ' , i Frances Stratton has found one way to b'e the'object of a lot Of comments: all you have to do ,is win the bond given' on Friday nights in-Algona. ' .\ .'• Ed Fitch accompanied Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch to J>ark Rapids, Minnesota to attend the wedding of his'neice Lois Fitch Saturday. Others going from this, area were Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch and Mrs Dolph Raney. _ , ' Ed Fitch returned, home this week after spending most of the winter with his son Chet Fitch. His neighbor, Don Prew, helped him celebrate the homecoming with coffee and cake far into the night. „ ,,' Mrs Relda Mees and T. R. Maudlin of Worthington, Ind., have been visiting with their neice, Mrs Glenn Gabrielson and her mother, Mrs Vinnie Laymon. Mrs Laymon returned home with them. A younger Gabrielson was hostess for a party this time. Glennda entertained 15 members of the Plum Creek 4-H club and their leader,' Mrs Cliff Benschoter. Mr and Mrs John Jennings and" Mr and Mrs Ralph Parsons attended a celebration^ of the 30th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Ed Srhftri "trt Burt. Mrs Jennings is a sister, of Mr Smith. Mrs Julia Taft, who is visiting at the Fred Jennings home, spent a few days with her son, Harold. Taft of Ames. ' If it seems like the Grubb Bros, are moving around faster these days it's because they are packing up to move.' It's time for them to head back north to their fishing resort again. The younger generation is pretty tough too. Elaine Holtorf didn't spend much..time resting after ;his accident. He was back at work unloading a car • of cement, although the .Kelley Lumber Co. at Ottosen loaned Carl McNurlin v to helpvh»n- with,, the job. If you have any overshoes, etc. missing you might look in August Kirschbaum's back -yard. August hasn't started " collecting -them but a ztrsy retrieving- tvpe dog around town has picked thai place to cache his loo,t.! ••• •••:-, • -,x-' You're not lost when you go into Mack's Market, it's just ,a big remodeling job underway. The big question now is what color are they going to paint the ide after a lot of free advice. ffiffibif " *: •' atlthB-JtohHy Club, '-April 4,tthe Livingston Tool Co, With speaker , .••^ d W a ^ eb f d ^ rop ^ Bt which K^s asociated, ees Was, guest speaker ________ •" "— •"•-^i'—--— -fc **.!...-. *M.t-i.*v* op &f iMgayoi^^alv« l e<iti|{Jif 1 nent by I are being used in a wide area -J-J .J»^«.A-> — . ,^LJ«. *. ,<^.\L.^r.ij J J J L A-.....,. .^Eitfj-. -t J — .. ........... J | H j g ^j^ It*** I* the southwest at' UDM Cla.ilfl«d» Par Jennings Are Hosts Plumb Street was about the busiest place of the day as next door to the Parsons clan Mr and Mrs John Jennings were hosts for their family. Among the children home for the day were Mr and Mrs Don Jennings of Albert I City, Mr and Mrs Leo Sabin, Mr and Mrs Willard Gregson and Mr and Mrs Clarence Kennedy of Algona. Portland Twp, By Mrs. Victor Fitch Mrs Nell Opheim and children entertained the children of Mr and Mrs Jim Stebbins with an Eastc-r egg hunt. Pauline Bowman of Algona was also a guest of Drusilla Opheim. Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaa^d of Wesley spent the day with the Glenn Gabrielsons. Mr and Mrs Martin Mimbach's eagerly awaited guests made it here for the Easter holiday. Mrs Mimbach's daughter Margaret and her husband Bud Taylor arrived in New York on the Queen Bermuda last week. Mr Taylor has been stationed in the Bermuda Islands the past three years and has now been transferred to a camp at Spokane, Wash. The town wasn't lacking for pretty girls either, as they brought Mrs Taylor's daughters, Jean and Pat and now/ in IQ55 V ROOKETS"ON THE ROAD! ,OO AHEAD! 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Other tips for good party-line service: spaco out your calls, give up the line for emergency calls, hang up quietly when the line is in use. Party-line courtesy is catching. Northwestern Bell Tele, phone Company. Mrs Earl Miller had a Checko party Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch, Mrs Ed Fitch, Mrs Dolph Rancy, and Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch left early Saturday morning for Park Rapids, Minn.;«to attend the wedding of Miss Lois Fitch, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Fitch. They returned Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Phelps spent Sunday at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mrs L. J. Fairbanks called at the Ray Fitch home Friday evening. Clyde Shipler of San Antonio, Tex., Mrs Byron Ward from Falls City, Oregon, Mrs Francis Butcher and Mrs Eugene Butcher of Minnesota were here to attend the funeral of their brother Ralph, held Thursday morning. Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Roscoe Stewart home were Mr and Mrs Ed Stewart of Swea City and Mr and Mrs W. R. Stewart of Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Clifford Young were dinner guests at the Joe Loebach's of Whittemore, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Elwood Nelson and family and Mr and Mrs Verle Nelson and family spent Easter Sunday at the Henry Nelson home in Titonka. Mr and Mrs Henry Radamaker and Mr and Mrs Gene Ringsdorf of Des Moines were Sunday dinner guests at the Donald Rings- lorf home. Mr and Mrs Bill Woltz and amiy of Burt visited at the D ald Ringsdorfs Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Franz Teeter and amily, Mr and Mrs Ed Larsen and Beverly and Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen and family were Sunday guests at the Harvey Johnson's of Algona. John Teeter was home for the weekend. 2 Algernons Tour With Drake Choir Two Kossuth County students, Lorraine Bleich, Wesley, and Kirk Hayes, Algona, are members of the Drake University choir which began a four-state tour April 17. The 65-voice group's concert tour will include presentations at Centerville, Fajrfield, Lamoni, Quincy, 111., St. Couis and Kansas City, Mo., and Kansas City, Kan. Miss Bleich is a freshman majoring in music and Hayes is a freshman majoring in music and Hayes is a freshman majoring in accounting. , IF IT'S MEWS WE WAWT IT E '-I^f^r^ EvlO TKAOC MARK REGISTEHEb Cooperatives Make Savings for You Many of your neighbors know the value of cooperative membership, They get to share in the savings of the cooperatives they do business with, FEICO members profit two ways; I—they share in the cooperative $avings;, and 2™they get top production from their livestock and poultry with FELCQ feeds. . Stop in this week, and learn about the double advantages of becoming a FilCQ member, You'get the best feed you can buy: and you.share in th* Cooperative savings. How can you lose on a deal like that? Stop in today, Ut's talk about it! F»»ton Coopei-aiiv» Elevator Co,. 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