The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 14, 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 14, 1955
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1-Alfiena (la.) Upp«r D«> Mo!n*i thursday, July 14, 1955 Fire Destroys Ledyard Barn On Saturday Ledyard—The barn at the John Frandlc home here in town burned to the ground around noon on Saturday. How the fire started is unknown and it had such a start when discovered that it was impossible to save it. The barn is unused and is close behind the house which is tenanted by the Charles Ternes family. E .& R. Guild Met The E. and R. Guild met at the church Thursday afternoon with Mrs John Kramersmeier and Mrs Art Kramersmeier as hostesses. Marilyn Kramersmeier was in charge of the program which was presented by the following: Organ and piano duet — Mrs Kenneth Buseh and Mrs Mclviti Husch: Birthday hymns for Mr.- Wm. Knoner, Mrs John Klooster, Mrs B. E. Gilbertson. Judy Roseboro, and Doris Goetz. Scripture and Prayer — Rev. Vriesen: "Christ Obedient to Country" by Judy Roseboro: "Teen Tip Off" by 'Doris Goetz: Bring the Family and Outfit Them For School Everything At '2 PRICE Shoes, Overshoes, Overalls etc. NOTHING RESERVED CORNER STORE LuVerne, la. Form by Betty Swartz. "Sometime" ' read by Judy Roseboro; "Very Busy—Bit" by Karen Schrocder; "lie Knows Best". Caroline Pedersen; "The Reason 1 ' by Ruth Ploeger. "When We Follow Instructions" by Doris Goct/.; Song by Doris Goetz and Ruth Ploegcr; "Obedience" by Betty Swartz; "What the Bible says about Obedience by eight girls; Song by Ann and Caroline; "The Better Way" by Marilyn Kramer smeier; Song by Ann Egcsdal. The program was planned by Mrs Edward Knoner who had the girls helping for a picnic dinner at noon. Following the program a delicious lunch was served by the hostesses. Mr and Mrs Henry Dulraney and two children of Chicago came on Sunday to visit at tin- Albert Barnes home. Mr and Mrs Fred Dullon and Ellsworth and David and Douglas Thompson attended the circus at Algona on Wednesday. Mr and Mrs William Stubbe and two children of Ankeny were weekend visitors at the George Haggc and Albert Barnes homes. Mr and Mrs William Wiemer and Deanna returned home Thursday from several days spent in Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Leo Willadsen and Sandra and Karen and Barbara Schroeder attended the circus in Algona on Wednesday. the Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet at the church on Thursday afternoon with Mrs Harold Herzog as hostess. Mrs Fred Dut- tmi will give a report on the school of Mission which she attended at Clear Lake recently. Mr and Mrs Duane Thompson and three sons of Sioux City spent last weekend at the parental. George Thompson, home. The two older boys, David and Douglas, remained to spend a two week's vacation with their grandparents. The Duarie Thompson family were Sunday evening supper guests at the John Walterman home. Mrs Violet Miller and Audrey Loucks went to Des Moines on Sunday to visit Mr Albert West in the Veterans hospital. ATTENTION Egg Producers The New Egg Grading Law Is Now Being Enforced ! THIS NEW LAW REQUIRES THAT All Eggs Marketed Must Be Sold On A Graded Basis! Wherever you sell your eggs, it will be of benefit to you to give your eggs more attention. More attention will result in more profit for you, and a better grade of egg marketed in Iowa. Some Suggestions To Help You ! 1. 2. 3. 4. To help in avoiding dirty eggs, keep your hen house clean; Gather your eggs THREE TIMES DAILY ... at 9 in the morning, at noon and at 5 in the afternoon ... to save egg-cleaning time; Immediately upon gathering eggs each lime, take them right down to the cellar and let them cool off overnight before you put them into the case; Keep the eggs in a cool place — where the temperature is under 60 degrees. You'll get more top-grade eggs, and top grade eggs bring a premium. IF YOU HAVE ANY EGG PROBLEMS, CONTACT ROBINSON PRODUCE ALGONA and WESLEY HAMILTON HATCHERY & PRODUCE ALGONA — WESLEY — LuVERNE Mr and Mrs Fred Dutton and Ellsworth went to Blue Earth on Sunday to attend a family picnic at the' Walter Dutton home. The occasion honored Mr and Mrs Marlin Cassem who are home on furlough from Fort Sill, Okla., before he leaves for service in Germany. Mr and Mrs George Thompson and two grandsons, David and Douglas, spent Sunday afternoon in LuVerne. Kunz Reunion Held Sunday, Wesley Farm Wesley—A Kim?, family reunion was held Sunday at the J. M. Kunz farm home. Guests were Mrs Ann Kunz, Mr and Mrs Bill Kunz, a son and a daughter, Mr and Mrs Charles Oak.ley and three sons, all of Des Moines: Mr and Mrs Henry Kessler and Jack of Marshalllown; Mr and Mrs Frank Matern and four children and Mr and Mrs C. E. Ward, all of Wesley. Three of Mrs Ann Kunz' children were unable to attend. They were Louise now Mrs Mike Pace, her husband and two children of Dallas, Tex., Jerry Kunz. his wife and two sons of Den Moines and Gordon Kunz, his wife and three children of Waterloo. Wesley Midgets Win Wesley Midgets played Lu- Verne here Friday in an exciting game that was tied for 5 innings 3-3. Jim Price hit a single and Leonard Froehlich a 3-base hit that brought the final score 4-3 in favor of Wesley. Douglas Downs pitched. , Enjoy Fish Fry Mr and Mrs Bill Halterman, Melvin and Jean went to Hurn- boldt Friday evening to attend a fish fry as guests of a contractor for whom he works. At I.O.O.F. Picnic Wcsleyans who attended the annual I.O.O.F. picnic at Mason City Sunday, July 10. at the I.O.O.F. home were Mr ancT Mrs Will Halterman and family, Mrs Paul Erdinan. Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson. Dick and Lorraine Braun and Mr and Mrs Dale Struthers and family. camp at Okoboji, gave a report of camp activities in the morning services Sunday, July 10, in the Methodist church, Mrs Ida Funnemark plans to leave the latter part of the week for Zumbrota, Minn., where she will spend several days with her daughter and family, the Clarence Lilleskovs. Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson left by train Wednesday evening for Ohio where on Saturday, July 9 they attended the wedding of their son Eugene Swanson, and Joyce Butler. Mi- and Mrs Alvin Swanson and daughters and Maynard Swanson also attended the wedding. Mrs Theron Hansen, youth counselor and a friend, Cheryl Cook, of Washington, Iowa accompanied Charlotte and Gloria Wise and Julie Nygaard of Wesley, Larry and Wayne Fox of Prairie Center to Camp Methoji, Spirit Lake Sunday, July 10. where they will stay thru July 16. Mr and Mrs Carson Simpson report the death of a grandson born to Mi' and Mrs Lloyd Gerber of Algona. July 5. Joan Krieps and Ellen Root spent the weekend at Okoboji with Mr and Mrs Gene McMahon of Algona. The Mary Circle of the Methodist church met Wednesday afternoon, July 13, with Mrs Don Kraus. Mrs Veva Lease was lesson leader. Mr and Mrs Albert Lickteig and family spent several days last week vacationing in various points in Minncstota. They visited Mr and Mrs Vee Mullin at Cass Lake, and returned home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Jim Palozola and Jim McWilliams of St. Louis, Mo. spent several clays over the weekend at the Tom Forburger home. Mrs Will Connor, the former Ethel Sherman and five children of Bloomington, 111. spent last week here with her sister, Mrs LeRoy Ricke and family. Sunday the LeRoy Ricke family took their guests to Fort Dodge where they will spend a week with the women's parents, Mr and Mrs Jack Sherman. Mrs Vincent Kleinpeter and son Dean, who is home on a 30-day leave from Long Beach, Calif, visited Mrs Kleinpeter's parents. Mr and Mrs Paul Reimer at Edgewood, Tuesday. Henry Arndorfer returned to Rochester, Minn. Monday for a medical check-up. Mrs Ella Ball of Shreeveport, 111. is visiting Mr and Mrs George Sheridan. Mr and Mrs Charles Mullin left Sunday with friends from Warrensburg, Mo. for a sight-seeing trip to Washington State and on down the coast to Mexico. Dean Kleinpeter is spending a 30-day leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs Vincent Kleinpeter. He is stationed at Long Beach, Calif. His brother, Larry, recently enlisted in the navy and is stationed at a Jet Fighter base at Miramar, Calif. Mr and Mrs David Kleinpeter and family of Des Moines spent the weekend at the parental, L. H. Kleinpeter home. They took home their young son Wayne, who had spent last week with his grandparents, the Kleinpelers and the Joe Millers. Mr and Mrs George Ricke took their niece Sherry Hovland, to her parental Arden Hovland home at St. Paul, Minn. Sunday morning. They returned home Monday. Mr and Mrs Vincent Hanig and Becky of Mason City spent the weekend at the parental, George Hanig home. Mrs Irene Studer had as her Sunday guests her daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Bill FoUi ' Mary Lee and Betty of Algona. Mr and Mrs Charles Price. Billy, Jean. Jim and Don left Thursday, July 14, for a %veek's visit with his brother, George Price and family at Missoula, Mont. Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease attended funeral services for Rudy Guderian Saturday afternoon at the Algona Presbyterian church. The Guderians are former Wets- ley residents. Mr and Mrs Richard Maycs and three children left Saturday for their home at Dallas, Texas following a two week's visit at the parental, Ihno Gerdes home and a trip to northern Wisconsin. Joan and Karen Grant wore honored at a birthday party Sunday afternoon at the parental, Frank Grant home. Their grandmother. Mrs Theresa Foertsch and their classmate girls were guests. Joan was 13 years old on July 6 and Karen was 12 years old on July 11. Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer and her mother, Mrs Mary Uhlenhake, who is spending the summer months at the Bauer home were Sunday guests at the John Uhlenhake home at Whiltemorc. Mrs Uhlenhake stayed for a week's visit. ANNOUNCEMENT As of yesterday (Wednesday) July 13, I am maintaining a law office In Lakota each Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 5 p,m, My office in Lakota will be located in Bob Hamilton's real estate office. Russell G. Buchanan Attorney-at-Law Algona, Iowa You travel light.. and :free from worry over loss of casH..whcn you use Travelers CUecRs. Economical and convenient. Safe — Confidential — Friendly Iowa State Bank Algona Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Attention Egg Producers Let Us Help You Get MORE FOR YOUR EGGS The new egg grading law is now in effect which means all eggs marketed Must Be On A Graded Basis. Some Suggestions To Help You Get Better Grade Eggs: • Keep eggs clean. Gather eggs 3 Times Daily. • Cool in basement before placing in case. • Pack eggs in case with small end down. • Market eggs twice a week or oftencr. ' Follow These Easy Rules And You'll Get More Top-Grade Eggs, And Top-Grade Eggs Bring A Premium at Barnett Produce Phone 804 Across From Kent Motors Algona Return For Visit Mrs Margaret Bcnton and four daughters and Mrs Bcnton's mother, Mrs Nellie Dwycr of Washington. D. C. came last week to visit friends and relatives here, at Algona, Fort Dodge and Ilum- boldt. Mrs Bcnton had foot surgery at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge the fore part of the week. They are. former Wesley .residents.' • • . .L Attend Kin's Funeral Mr and Mrs Urban Neuroth and family, Mr and Mrs Norman Rowe, Mr and Mrs Nate Studer, Ed and Zeno Neuroth attended the funeral of their brothei-iri- law, Frank Kopel, 52, at St. Joseph's Catholic church at Haverhill, Tuesday morning at 9 o'clock. The deceased is survived b\ his wife, the former Loretta Neuroth, one son, two daughters and one granddaughter. He died Saturday morning shortly after entering University hospital at Iowa City. Arrive From Arizona Mrs Francis Hauptman and five children of Tucson, Ariz., formci Wesley residents, arrived here Saturday morning for a visit witli relatives. They were Saturday dinner guests at the parental Lou Hauptmun home and arc housegucsts of Mrs Hauptman's mother, Mrs Mary Otis. Enroutt- to Wesley they spent several days with Mrs Hauptman's sis- tor, Mrs Margaret Eckcrman ano family at Early, Iowa. Sunday, Mrs Hauptman and children and her sister, Sister Gertrude Ann, visited their sister, Sister Mary Immaculate, the former Fidelis at St. Paul, Minn. Mr and Mrs Jack Bohn of Ames spent the weekend at the parental, Leo Blcich and Fred Bohn homes. Mr and Mrs Ed Dusold and Jimmy of Mason City, spent the weekend at the parental, John Riehtcr home. 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