The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 7, 1955 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 7, 1955
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4*4lflana (la.) Upper PM Mbtoes Thursday, July Kossuth Centennial Aided Plans of Others , "One "year later, Kossuth Co.unty's Centennial celebration still Btfcnd* tf 6he of th* best iii the state," said Gene Hutchins, chairman '6f thl event, whert asked yesterday by the Upper Des Moines how a Centennial chairman feelS a year later. .... *!„„„„ < n It was just a year ago that thousands gathered in Algona to commemorate the forst 100 years, of life in Kossuth county. Now one year later, ex-Chairmdn Hutchins has the fo.llowmg cornmen^ PaVorable remarks have been heard many times on the Kossuth County Centennial; many other Iowa, towns sent representatives here to find, out how a Centennial was run, with the thought of patterning their own activities after Kossuth's; the "old ^-unions idea, established in the Kossuth County Centennial here last year .his been one of the most widely. copied for last July literally thousands of old friends renewed their friendships, and the crowded churches and overflowing school reunions at the fairgrounds marked a' hieh point of the Centennial. ' , , Ix-chairman Hutchins stated that the 218-ufnt Centennial parade was one of the greatest in the state, before or since. The Centennial revue/staged at the fairgrounds, required the work of hundreds, ana will be long remembered. TT . 1 "It was all staged and handled perfectly", commented Hutchins, "and what's.- more, it was completely free of rowdyism. It was a - grand way to mark a century of achievement in Kossuth County, and a bright promise for the future". The files of the Algona Upper Des Moines yielded some of the proof that Kossuth County really had a "Centennial" here last-July, as shown below. 1 Members of the Bush Jim Norris Featured a brilliant red foliage that definitely could be compared with those seen on the Vikings. Bless Rusk Well - known druggist found some missing pills when he cut off his growth after the celebra tion. Bill Barry, Sr. Took on the look of a senator with probably the whitest beard around, but didn't get to Washington. Claude Sesly If Kossuth'had a candidate for the Abe Lincoln award, Claude was it. Very little make - up would have been necessary. Ron Stephens ' Had one of the cleverest, best trimmed beavers in the county. Refused to let it get shaggy. Charley Beringer His well-trimmed beard made him take on the appearance of a well-to-do southern gentleman. Horace Claps'addle Would, have won a prize at Hobo Day, but nobody could talk him into entering the competition. Discontinuing After Awards Fenton—The Girl Scouts of the Purple Parisey Patrol were presented awa'rds Wed* evening at a special Court of Awards held in trie scout room. Guests were their parents. Following the presentation of awards by the leaders, Mrs Eugene Mansager and Mrs Holland Brownell, a •• lu'nch was served. Each of the girls received their first class badge for having completed twelve activities, a requirement for first class rank. The girls also received their proficiency badges for these various activities which they completed and their membership star. Barbara Halverson was also awarded the curved bar. To carr ;he curved bar, Barbara completed the requirements o*f. first class rank and earned an"" additional four badges in the homemaksi field of scouting. The Purple Pansey Patrol i= discontinuing scouting activities at this time. Seven of the girls have completed five years o scouting together, .two years a Brownies and three as members of the Purple'Pansey Patrol. Th girls are Faye Hantelman, Ver sene Norland, Bonnie Peril Nancy Sunde, Kathryn Alt, Mar: Alice Rossiter, Barbara Halver son and Susan Hantelman, th latter joined the patrol this pas year. Mr and Mrs Art Voigt visits from Friday to Sunday with M and Mrs Otto Voigt at Taop Minn, and Mr and Mrs Herma Voi^t at Alden. Minn. Waller Wellzen of Depew visit ed Monday in the Oscar Sorenso home. Mrs Jessie Newel and Beth Ann spent the weekend in their home at Fenton. Mrs Newel is enrolled in classes at the Drake University. ShS will teach third grade in the Fenton school this fall. Mr and Mrs Lynn Cannon and Coming Events Thursday, July 7 — W.S.C.S, _ Friday, July 8 — Legion Auxi- H1*V f Monday, July 11 •',— Legion meeting. _ Thursday,-July 14 — Depew fellowship circle; Friendly Neigh- ors; Mabel Circle of the WSCS. Fractures Arm In Four Places While Playing Fenton — Jolene, 10 year old daughter of Mr and Mrs Ro;\ Vlueller, had the misfortune o' areaking her right arm Fridaj while at play. The' arm wa fractured in four places, wit! two breaks at the elbow and tw: just above the wrist. Jolene i hospitalized in Lutheran hospita at Fort Dodge. /udy called Friday afterntan at, ' - V.IV.1 y . i;ci.i.1 vu. •»• * iviuj «»• »-*• • "- y— tii* he'James Walker home in Alona. '•' s • ' • :•''.."• Mr arid Mrs Ralph Hahimer- strom are the proud parents of,a baby daughter - born Sunday, tune 26, at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. She . weighed six pounds and % ounce 'and has jeeh named Joan:. Leslie. The lammerstftoms have.three other daughters Janet, Judy and Jean. Mr arid . Mrs . Everett Hanna visited at the Sumner Parsons home in Burt Thursday even' ing. Mr and Mrs Alfred Sehertck, Sandy and Bobby Mitchell of Algona called Sunday afternoon st the Hanna home. Sunday; evening callers there were Mt and Mrs Lloyd Schenck of Burt, Mr and Mrs Will Wendell of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Howard ' Seely of Algona. Mr and Mrs Cliff Cannon and family of Detroit, Mich, spent last week visiting Mrs Mary last week at Charles City when they attended a picnic and fam ily gathering in the Henry Hoef home in honor of Emil Dreyer, who was observing his 84th birthday. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber, Jpnice and Wayne returned home Wednesday of last week, from a trip to Round Lake, Minn, witn the Karl Siewert. family of Minneapolis. On the return trip the Stoebers also spent three days in Minneapolis with the Siewerts. A picnic supper was held at the Fenton park last Monday evening honoring Charles Theesfield who was observing a birth- clay, and also as a farewell to Mr and Mrs Larry Theesfield of Fairmont, who left the following day for California where they plan to make their home. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Carl Classon of Ormsby, Minn., Mr and Mrs C. H. Theesfield and Mr and Mrs Larry Theesfield of Fairmont: Mr and Mrs Ray Thees- trtftd wccn. v *•?* v**ip, *•*— ***** Schiltz and Art Schiltz and Mil ton Marlow homes. Madonhfa Marlow returned home'last week after visiting her cousin, Donna Mae, Gardner, at Humboldt. Mrs Roger Long, Mrs Frit? Newbrdugh Vand Mrs Raymond Uthof called Thursday afternoon on Mrs Dale Schroeder. Sunday evening Mr and "Mrs'Schroeder and Susan visited with^her mother, Mrs Emma Hurlburt. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richard? were guests Friday at tlie Kenneth Richards home in Eagle Grove. Monday Mr and Mrs M O. Richards, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and family of Eagle Grove, Mr and Mrs Harold Nelson and family, Mrs Maude Bilsborough and Ila of Algona enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Frank Richards home. Mr and Mrs James Walker, Algona; Mrs Rose Kraft and Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and Judy attended a Borchardt reunion at the Ervin Borchardt home in Fenton. Mrs Andrew Thomsen entertained the Happy Homemakers club Wednesday afternoon. There were eight members and a guest present. •'.,,Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod. Terry and Cheryl visited Tuesday evening at the Wally Smith home in Fenton. While there they also visiiea wii" "V • ""•!•'. ~v-j-, Stoeber who are. vacationing ' . from' Tucson, Ariz.; . .'Phil Ballard was a dinner guest Thursday evening;, at the Bernara Miller -home. July 4,, they spent the day at the parental, Wayne Miller home in West Bend. Barbara Doty of- Maston City returned home Thursday after spending ten days at the Andrew Thomsen home. , , • Capt. and Bill Maschmann and daughter, Amanda of Columbus, Georgia and Martin Peterson pj Armstrong were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the Delmar Fischer homfe. Monday dinrier % guests at the Clarence 'Kraft home in honor pi Judy's seventh birthday were Mi and Mrs Jim Walker of Algona and Mrs Rose Kraft. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen Kathy and Rodney, Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig were picnic suppet guests July 4 at the Dean Jer gensen home in Algontr Mr and Mrs Milton Madison and Mary Lee were picnic dinner guests July 4 at the John Munch home in Fenton. • Mr and Mrs 'Blame Saxton David, Steven and Tommy wer ental, Wm. Schrader home. Mrs .., more visited with Ats Ow.erj Berhol fternoon- Sunday' Kellet* Bros, of , I t the Berhow homi vening Mr and Mr ended the fiftieth nlyersary of an du Mr and Mrs Fraricj Buffalo Cerfter. Lavonne Thompsd of the'Ralph Thorri and! around now aftj fined-to bed for weeks 'with append! Mrs Ralph ThompsJ weekend in Des Me ne Thompson visited, ter and family, the Jij of Bancroft, and als{ mother, Mrs Long, The following en.ic on July 4 at the home. Mr and Mrs and family of Curll Mrs Lawrence Dittmj ily and Bob AngUs.l Mrs'Woodrow PettJ Seegebarth, ; Mrs Ne Mrs Naomie Marlo\< Art Priebe called aj Householder , home afternoon to help her BURSTS PIPE The Great Lakes gasoline pipeline near Osceola was torn open recently by a tractor-draWri scraper which was being used on 3 county 'road. Gasoline out under 280 Ibs .pressure, drowning out the engine of a crawler tractor although no firs resulted. Throe thousand gallons of gasoline were recovered from pools on the ground after the incident. *. OVER '2,000 NOW IN USE ON . . . NORTH IOWA FARMS .... family of Jackson; Minn, were veekend guests in the Dean Canon home. Janet remained here or a week's visit, while Mary lannon accompanied tHe Lynn lannons home for a week's visit at Jackson. '','.'' Members of the Tenion Woman's Bowling team recently honored Mrs Frank Seely at a pink jnd blue shower. Mr and Mrs Dale Weisbrod and girls spent Sunday and Monday \vith the Arlo Voigt family at Grove City, Minn. Pamela remained for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber en tertained at a picnic supper and fish fry Thursday evening, Mr and Mrs Arvicl Dennis and childrcr and Mr and Mrs L. J. Reed al' of Algona, Mr and Mrs J. Wallace Smith and boys and Mr and Mrs W. E. Stoeber. Will Weisbrod has been released from the Methodist hospita in Des Moines, but will remain in Des Moines for some time. Mr ^Veisbl•od and Florence are will him. Mrs Fred Fesseler. who under went surgery at Holy Famih hospital two weeks aso, is stead ilv improving. At this writin; (Tuesday) she is still hospitali/. cd, but hopes to be releasec soon. Mr and Mrs L. J. Weisbrod '••Dt.-nt .several days last week i the Kern Elrick home at Jeffrr s n. Judy Elrick ac.-comnanie them home for a visit at Ff?nton Sheron Eiqler has been accepted ;it the Kjihler School of Nursing at Rochi-sti-:-, Minn. She will begin her studies Sept. 19. Mr end Mrs Clarence Yager arrl b'jys. Mrs Am:in"l;i Kern. Mr •iiul Mrs Frank Mu'.'Il'-r Ji.nd boys ;ind Mr and Mr-; Art Mueller were July 4 guests in the Uoyd Kern honi" for ;i nicnic supper. Mr and Mrs R. H. Morris of St. field and girls of Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Howard Bruhn and Paul. Minn. and Mrs By- /icky of Cylinder; Mr and Mrs ..ester Theesfield and family, Mr nd Mrs Lloyd Sunde and fam- ly, Mr and Mrs Richard Thees- ield and family and Mr and Mrs :harles Theesfield, all of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Joe Laffcy of Armstrong were Tuesday ev<3n- ng guests in the Oliver Stoeber lome, Sunday guests in the Franklin Mueller home in honor of Nicholas' fourth birthday were Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family, Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt and girls, William Voigt, Lois and Peggy, Mr and Mrs Art Mueller, and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern ana family. Alvin Potraiz was the lucky person whose name was called Saturday evening at Fenton. Another S15 will be given away this Saturday night. Mr and Mrs Russsll Ward and family of Marion, Ind. have been recent visitors in the Don Steinberger home. Mrs Ward is a sister of Mrs Steinberger. Mr and Mrs Oscar Sorenson have received 'word that their son, Pvt Oocar Sorenson Jr. is now stationed in Germany. Mr and Mrs Ed Priebe and Mr and Mrs Merwin Priebe and family were dinner guests Jufy 4 in the Lloyd Berkland home. Mr and Mrs J. A. Schwartz and Miss Edith Laagc left Tuesday for a visit with the John V/cisbrcd family at Trenton, Mich. Ruth Mills; returned home Sun- lay after spending the past two .VL-oks with her sister and family, the Carl Veers at Adams, Minn Mr and Mrs Wilfred Stoeber. Juiiice and Wayne, Mr and Mrs Ray Stoeber, and Mr and Mrs W K. StuebiT attended a family picnic at I he Lawrence Behem; home near Mason City Sunday Relatives from the west coas were also present at the gather The NORTON HOG FEEDER You, Mr. Farmer, should not be without ihis profit-making self-feeder if you want io get the most out of your hog operation. Here, at F. S. Norton & Son, Algona, you can secure Ihese profitable feeders, delivered to your site, ready for use, the momeni they are set down. — .„., You caw, in fact, order the Norton Hog Feeder by telephone or mail, if you so desire. These feeders have been tested over a period of several years, right on the farms where they are used. The design is Bright — the materials are sound — the workmanship is solid. And prices for these buildings, needless io say, are exceptionally reasonable. Don't Delay Order Your Norton Hog Feeder NOW! run Taylor, Debra and Jeffrv of Kansas City, Mo. were July 4 weekend uuests in tlie home of Dr. and Mrs E. W. Huyke. Mrs Morris is a sister of Mrs Ruske and Mrs Taylor, a niere. Mr and Mrs Jay Woods of Jel- ffrr.-on wen- weekend guests of Hie Wii.yri;- Alders'jns and Mrs Amanda K( i'n. Mrs Oliver Stoeber attended a bridal shovi'iM- for Dixie Lee Hansi n ;;t Armstrong this past week Mis.s H'uisim v,-a.-: married Saturday, July 2, to Kob'.'vt Laffey a iK'ph<-w of Mrs .Stoeber. Mr and Mrs Hueben, Mary Alice fnd Jon spent Tuesday of THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa * Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us V/ith Confidence Ringsted 100 100A 21A 21B FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECT GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bu». Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. DENTIST Office Phone Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN GARAGE Auto & Tractor Rep FENTON, IA. Good food Good Coffe HOME CAFE IN I SiNGLE 0\S\Hf ECT.VHG I VmYTfc YOUR JOB will be handled with "promptness and dispatch" ing. Mr and Mrs George Harsch o California were Suncjay overnigh guests in the John Lignt home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Steine of Minneapolis visited with Fenton relatives ami friends over the weekend. They were guests in tin: Marian Eirners home. Mr and Mrs J. M. Seglin and family of Hammond, Ind. are visiting in the Ralph Wuisbrod home and with other Fenton relatives. PAINTS WHITE DISINFECTS KILLS FLIES MADE SINCE .1916 CONTAI LINDA USE IT IN YOUR DAIRY BARNS • POULTRY HOUSES • HOG POSITIVE PROTECTION DISINFECTANT in Carbola destroys on contact the gi many diseases, including TUBERCULOSIS • BRONCHITIS • CHICKEN CHOIERA • I WHITE DIARRHEA • HOG CHOIERA • HOG FlU. BANG'S DISEASE (Contoolous abortion) CARBOLA KEEPS OUT COBWEBS KILLS j FLIES FIEAS MOSQUITOES SHEEP TICKS • BROWN D( USE CARBOU AS A DRY DIP-THERE /S STRONG CONSTRUCTION Some farmers have as many as three Norton Hog Feeders on Ihcir farm. There is a. reason. Investigation reveals lhat hogs are working at these feeders day and nighl. That means shorter finishing periods, less cost, and greater profits. If you are a hog raiser, here is an item that will help you da a beliei" job. DANCE Elmer Scheid At BANCROFT Wed., July 13 DANCES EVERY WEEK LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft , Mrs Henry Kucck entertained jtho Friendly Birthday club Tuns day in honor of her birthday. Tt'i members were presented Mrs It Willrftt and Mrs Henry Weine were unable to attend. evening Mr and Mr Bernard Jensen, Mr and Mr Marvin Kueck and Karin, Mr an Mrs Dale Wejjonw and Cpnni Jo, Mr and Mrs Maynard Kutc' and family surprised Mrs Henr Kucck in honor of her birthdaj Mi' George Kiosner relurne home from the Holy Family h.o» pital ut Erth'-rvilk' Thurvdny «-fU a patient since Monday, FENTON, IOWA let me giv* ypu on e*t|mB»* on that remodeling job you are planning. Whether it is an alter. ation in your room arrangement or a new coat of paint, all estimates and work will be carried out keeping your individual needs and budget in mind. H«ro wo 9 |n INSULATION PAINIINS INTUIQg FINISH Just phone me at Tl'Mf rMICHAfi tl4'M IHOJIPSON urn Fentoo. Iow» It's Time For WEED KILLE AND DDT You'll Find Both of Them Here In Whatever Quantity You Nte "AN 0UNCJ OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUNB OF CURE" FENTON CO-OP ELEVATO Trodi With

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