The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1955 · Page 8
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f fl^Algena (la.) Upper bes Molnes Thursday, July 28, 1955 Howard Seely At Banquet For Russians One of the newsiest items ol this past week has been that of the Russian delegation touring Iowa farms. Last Thursday, July 21 Iowa State College sponsored a supper for the delegation, inviting the various agricultural department heads of Iowa to at tend. lil/inner of the Westinghouse TV Letters Contest is Mrs. Edmund J. O'Brien Whittemore, Iowa This beautiful Westinghouse 21" TV Receiver is being delivered to Mrs. O'Brien. WIJTIN6HOUJE CAPRI TV Famous designer-inspired 21* TV sensation. Modern gray linen Itripe, stain-resistant finish. Matching walnut finish base (optional, at extra cost) swivels for viewing convenience. The Granada, Model 862T21. Also in mahogany finish, the Monaco, Model 861T21. Table TV only WONDERFUL BUY AT ONLY $289 95 Consolation award winners will be notified by mail. LANE APPLIANCES Phone 778 Algona Among those present was Howard Seely, local farmer and president of the Iowa Sheep association. Mr Seely reported that about 150 people attended the supper whicn was a real American creation spotlighting peas, potatoes, and grilled beef. It was n meal that the Russians enjoyed very much. Mr Seely sat next to an agronomist who led a field tour and got much first hand information. The agronomist reported that the delegation, which is made up of department officials rather than real Russian farmers, were particularly interested in corn and methods by which they can produce a greater quantity for silage purposes. Along with this they seem to be quite interested in dairy cattle and swine. The Russians are planning a large upswing in corn production on their community farms. The agronomist told Mr Seely that one Russian stated that on one community farm of 10,000 acres there are 1700 families that work together to make their living. Mr Seely found the Russians very polite and witty, with a great desire to mix well with the Americans. With wide grins and arms raised they joined in on a chorus of the "lovay" Corn Song. Seely expressed the opinion that, "it will be experiments such as this one, with Russian people and American people getting together on a common interest that may do the most towards leading to world understanding and security." Picnic Planned By Lone Rock Auxiliary, Aug. 3 Lone Rock — The Lone Rock American Legion Auxiliary will meet Wednesday, August 3 with a family picnic at Emmetsburg park. Every one is asked to meet at the school at 10:00. The Auxiliary will serve lunch at the county plowing match August -9th. Each member is asked to bring two pies. Goes To Camp Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt ,ook Janice to Okoboji Sunday where she will attend Walther League camp this week. They were met there by Mr and Mrs August Schumell and family of ck Rapids and all enjoyed a jicnic dinner. Beverly Warner and Ruth Van Buren of Algor.a accompanied them. Birthday Surprise Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth, Mr and Mrs Donald Murlow Jr. and Debbie, Donald Marlow, Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family all of Lone Rock, Mrs Paul Olson, Mr and Mrs Larry Holding and family of Burt, Mr and Mrs Richard Bristow and family of Lu- Verne surprised Mrs-Clara Marlow when they called Tuesday evening to help her celebrate her birthday. The self invited guests brought their own lunch. Club Year Ends The Idle Hour club held its last meeting of the year last Tuesday at the Fred Thilges home with Mrs Ode Cherland assisting hostess. Nineteen members were present and the Mystery sisters of the year were revealed. Mrs Art Person and Mrs Ed Tigges had charge of the entertainment. Sunday the club held its annual family picnic at Lincoln Park in Fairmont. CALUMET Baking Powder 16 oz. can KNOX, Unflavored Gelatine, pkg. CREAMETTES, 2 for SURE-JELL 2 for CERTO boltle 25c 25c 29c 27c 27c C and H Cane sugar 10 Lb. bag FLEISCHMANM'S Active Dry Yeasi in new "Thrifly Three's $1,09 KARO Brand Syrup 5 Lb. LT. can fe'SJ I NESTLE'S Chocolate Morsels. 2 Pkgs. NESTLE Cookie Mix. Pkg. RAY'S MARKET I4c P 63c te 49c Mr and Mrs Holland Baxter and Barbara were dinner guests Sunday at the Fred Kading home. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Mark Roe and Dale, Mrs Minnie Klippel and Gay of Boone, Iowa. Sunday afternoon the Baxters attended a reunion at Ayrshire at the Fred Christoffer home. Eddie Lampe of Jolliet. 111., Mrs Richard Long of Bancroft. Mis Anna Newljiough of Ilumuoldt, Mr and Mrs Jim Long were din- .ier guests Sunday at the linger Long home. Mi and Mrs Albert Kurt/ and '.!oy of I'olk City spent the week- nd at tin home oi then daugh- '-'i and lamily. Kev. C.. K. Xor- dinc. Sunday afternoon Kev. and Mrs. Nordine and Muriel attended open house at the Ted For.ilrom home in Albert City in honor of their !2;>lh werlrlmg anniversary. She is a Mster of Rev. Noidines. Mr- Idella Mailman of Decorah s vi:-itim; her daughter and family the Merlon Larsons. Mr and Mrs Leo Humus and family called Sunday evening at UMo Marian home m Algona. Mr and Mi, Fiank Flaig spent Sunday aileinoon in Algona at the Dean Jei gen-en home, in the \.-mn- they vi.Mted at the Koger J< ii-'-n horn.-, liodney has heen '" tin •. past week with a virus illfeetion. Mr< C. F. Hon.-,-h . Lor., Mi-H Mi and of Fenton the Chns. Ramsey homp in Mason City. Mr and Mrs H, B. Thill, and Pauline Kissner of Algona were supper guests Sunday evening at the Geo. Kissner home. Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich, Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Alex Krtieger,'Mr and Mrs Darrell Hansen and family, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanehard and family, Mr and Mrs Fritz New- brottgh and Stevie, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and family, Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus and family, Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and family, Angus Cotton and N. L. Cotton were guests Sunday afternoon in Burt at the Delmar Angus home in honor of their son Bob who is home on furlough. Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard md Rickie were weekend guests in Des Moines at the parental Alex Evans home. Sunday Mrs Lawerence Newbrough, Janell and Judy, Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs Alex Kruger and Mrs Ed. Blanchard attended the baptism of Susan Angus, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bob Angus .of Burt, at the Presbyterian church there. Mr and Mrs Milton Madison are parents of a son born last Monday at St. Ann hospital in Algona. The baby weighed eight pounds and has been named Kent Milton. They have one other girl, j Mary Ann Meyer and her girl friend, June Murray of Sioux City spent several days last week at the Frank Meyer home. Mrs John Whitman and girls of Havelock, Mrs Grover Hostetter, Mrs Elizabeth Taylor, Miss Julia Hayek all of Moreland, la. and Mrs Roy Honeycutt of Tulsa, Okla., visited Saturday afternoon at the Milton Madison home. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer called Thursday evening at the Ivan Schneider home in West Bend. Sunday the Kramers attended a picnic dinner at Huin- boldt in honor of the Wilbur Moores of Rosewell, New Mexico who were visiting here. Mr find Mrs Louis Broesder and family were guests Sunday at the Vern Walker home in Algona at a picnic dinner. Mrs Katherine Collins, Livermore, mother of Mrs Merwin ,Marlow and a niece Judy Collins visited last week at the Marlow home. Monday afternoon Mrs Marlow entertained at a coffee party in honor of Mesdames Andrew Thomsen, Ralph Thompson, Ornie Behrends, Dick O'Donnell, Art Priebe, Marline Bausman, Hugh Marlow, and Dave Lynch. Mr and Mrs Lyle Heiter arid family of Emmetsburg and W. C. Heiter were guests Sunday at the Clair Bellinger home. Mr and Mrs Mi If red Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Chas. Nelson of Cylinder were guests Sunday in Marshall, Minn., at E. Hoversten homp Mr and Mrs Art Zumach and family attended a Peter reunion at CalJ park in Algona Sunday. Mrs Lem Marlow and Jeff spent Tuesday evening at Erich Seege- barth home. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan spent Sunday evening with Mrs Kate Schroeder at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Jerry Toller and Rose Mary visited from Thursday till Sunday at the Eldon Marlows. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards and Ralph were dinner guests Sunday at the Morris Bilsborough home in Titonka. In the evening they were supper guests at the Frank Richards home. Tuesday* evening callers at the Howard Bierstedt home in honor of Howard's birthday were Mr and Mrs Joe Kemna and Kenneth of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Walter Bierstedt and John of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Bierstedt of Fenton. In Fishing Contest Cliff Wickey, Algona, has en-. tered a 12 Ib. 8 oz. channel catfish in the Storz fishing contest. He caught the catfish near Rutland. It measured 31% inches. UDM Want Ads Pay Dividends LOCALS Mr and Mrs Harold Sundei a'«a children are on vacation this week at a lake near Aitken, Minn. Mr and Mrs Roy stotiel arid family spent last week vacationing at Spirit Lake. \ Mr and Mrs Adrian Sterling had Mr and Mrs Walter Lpck- wood of Burt as guests, Sunday. Dean Taylor was host at a J. C. meeting at his home Monday evening. Mr and Mrs Adrian Sterling had as guests Sunday Mrs Sterling's sister Olive Bateman and friend, Forrest Prater of Webster City. Mr and Mrs Ralph Slrayer and family returned Sunday from Lake Okoboji where they had spent a couple of days. Helen Dingley was visited over the weekend by her brottoer-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs W. D. Nugent of Des Moines. Myrtle St John, who Is employ* ed as housekeeper by Dr. Hugh Geiger at Whittemore, spent Tuesday here with relatives. Mr and Mrs "Judd* St. John, Perry and Jim were dinner guests Sunday of the son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Mey- Mr and Mrs Arvid Dennis are moving into the Caughey apartments on east North street recently vacated by Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrecht. Mr and Mrs Tom Lundell drove to Spencer Sunday and there joined Mr and Mrs Claude Timmons, former Algonans, ana spent the day at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs R. J. Wegener have had as visitors, Mrs Onie Benson and daughters of Morris, Minn. The Wegeners are parents of Mrs Benson. Mr and Mrs Paul Seeley have as guests their daughter Mrs Richard Boisjolie and three children, of Minneapolis, Minn. Mr Boisjolie will join them here the last of this week. James Brophy und«wM»l surgery at the Mercy hospital, Mason City, last week. She is improving slowly. Mrs Mark Sfan- ton -is staying with her, Mr aftd Mrs Mitch Taylor and fafftily and Mr and Mrs Leroy Lee and Debbie attended the re» union of Mrs Taylor's class at Feriton Sunday. Mt arid Mrs R. J. Slephensoh have as guests this week the letter's brother-in-law* and sister,, Mr and Mrs Forrest Waldrop 01 Powell, Tenn. Baptismal rites were held Sunday, July 24, at St.'^Cecelia's Catholic Church for SaTfdra Jane, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Bernard Gisch. Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor entertained at a steak fry Sunday evening". Guests were Mr and Mrs John Hopkins, Mr and Mrs Herbert Weydert and Mr and Mrs Milton Will. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Strahorn and family attended a Reedholm family reunion Sunday at the home of' Mr and Mrs Fred Hall About twenty persons were in attendance. •' The August circle of Si. Cecelia's 'Catholic Church will serve the regular monthly luncheon; Thursday, Aug. 4, in the school hall. Mrs John Buscher und Mrs Frances Plathe are charladies. Mr and Mrs William Funk had as guests Sunday the letter's son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Hammen and family of Manson. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Harold Manser of Livermore, Mr and Mrs Haivey Steven were guests Sunday of their granddaughter and her husb:m<J, Mr and Mrs -Earl Booth. They were there to see the great grandchild Rhonda Lynn, born July 17 at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Glen Hicks returned to Dubuque after a week's visit with her sisters, Mrs H. C. Meyer and Mrs Herman Baas and relatives around Whittemore, and attending the recent Wehrspann reunion at Fenton. . Mr and Mrs Hallard Snyder visited Mr and Mrs William Fritz at Titonka, Sunday. The Fritz daughter Linda, 8, recantly suffered a broken leg below, the knee when the swing she was playing in broke. Mrs Louise Peter has been visited by her son and daughter^in- law,' the Rev. and Mrs Edwin Peter of Sylvan Grove, Kan., who concluded the visH this week and went from here to Richmond, Va., to see«their son Herbert, who teaches in the schools there. P&rry Hagg left Friday to go to school for 15 months at a watch repair school at Elgin, 111. This course is sponsored by the Iowa Vocational department, which Is a division of the State Dept. of Education that helps anyone with a physical handicap. Mr and Mrs Arthur Obrecht have moved into the .house they purchased on West Nebraska st. which has been occupied by Mrs Bilsborough and daughter lla. The Bilsboroughs have rented one of the apartments in the Mrs Rhoda Bonar house on east College street. ' Mrs Didriksen Rites Saturday FimeraJ services for Mrs Martin Didriksen, 87, a resident of Algona since her young womanhood, were held last Saturday at 2:30 p.m;. at the Congregational church, with Rev. O. Leonard Nelson officiating in the absence of the regular Congregational pastor, Rev. Hallauer. Burial was in Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers were Albin Spongberg, Frank Cruikshank, Charles Deibler, David Smith, William Durant and Willard Zeigler. ' Death came to Mrs Didriksen last Thursday afternoon, July 21, at the farm home of her daughter, Mrs Wilbur Zeigler, northeast of Algona. Mrs Didriksen was born in Denmark,, Feb. 6, 1068. At the age of 23 she came to the united States to become the bride of Martin Didriksen, who arrived -itt America a year ahead of hei • They were married Dec. 10, 1892. They, were the parents 01 four children. Two of the children preceded their mother in death. Surviving are Mrs Zeigler, and Anton Didriksen ot Algona. __^__; NOTICE OF PftOBATE Of Witt, State of Iowa sg jn Ko»uth County A _ ru erm _ TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED, That an Instrument of writing purporting to be Hie last Will and Testament at John A. Nelson, Deceased, dated the 8th day of August, M44, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the Bth day of August, 1955, Is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House in Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock' a.m., of the day above mentioned all persons Interested arcs hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, If nny they have, whv Instrument should not be probated ' nnd allowed as and for the \y,t Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, July 20, 1955. Alma Pearson, Clerk of the District Court (Published July 28, 1956, In The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Molnes) HOG ERYSIPELAS When erysipelas strikes your hogs, a single injection of Bicillin* Fortified gives fast action plus prolonged effect that lasts for five days or more. You avoid repeated injections and handling. HONSBRUCH DRUGS Rexall Store Algona ohn Ceii/ena Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence Geit/e- Jiaur home, supper guesls in- eluded Mr and Mrs Otto Wichtendahl ot Fenton and Mr and Mrs I'. J. Stuuder of Bancroft. Mr and Mis II. K. Drown of De.s Monies spent the weekend with their daughter and family the Je.- Blanchard Jrs. -Mr and Mr- Kav Thompson and l'.>mdv, Mi ,,,!,! M,-., Everett Uuvle '•/ Den.;,.!, -p, l,l the weekend at li: •• A; I I', j,. In., home. Sunday the en-, the Cia\l'S, Mis Art .lo. 1 and liudney, Mrs I-Y'.ebe and Barry, Mrs Mtrton Larson, Craige, Julie and Mark and her mother, Mrs Idella Halhnan were dinner guesls at STOREWIOE CLEARANCE NOW IN FULL BLAST at the ISCH1LLES STORE * 1 Three-Day BASEMENT SALE CLOSES SATURDAY NIGHT, JULY 30TH Watch For FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIALS In the Basement - - - Extra Low Prices Fiom 6:00 to 9:30 P.M. 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