The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 28, 1955 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 28, 1955
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Tune In! TO THE BEST ON THE AIR WAVES KSMN 1010 On Your Dial MASON CITY - ALGONA HAMPTON Studio In Algona Your Listening Schedule (Daily Except Sunday) 8:00 to 8:15 A.M.—Algona Area News. 10:00 to. 10:15 A.M.—Algona Area News plus National, International and Iowa News. 10:15 to 11:00 A.M^—The Algona Hour. 12:00 to 12:30 Noon — News Round-up and Farm Markets. 3:30 to 4:00 P.M—The Jack Buis Show.. , Mothers Guests At Seneca 4-H Tea Thursday . Seneca—The-Seneca Sparklers entertained their mothers at a tea at the Lyle England home Thursday evening, July 21, with Barbara and Mary England as hostesses. Marilyn Johannesen, club president, welcomed the guests after which a program was presented. Poems were read by Carol Johannesen, Lois Wilberg, Barbara England and Carol Hanish. Margaret Neilsen and Marilyn Johannesen presented a demonv stration. A skit was presented by Bonnie Mclntire, Sharon Sullivan, Carol Johannesen, Karen Larson and Alice Petersen. Mothers and guests enjoying the courtesy were Mrs Carol Neilsen, Mrs Alfred Petersen, Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs Earl Mc- lntire, Mrs Fred Johannesen, Mrs Francis Sullivan, Mrs Elmer Hanisch, also Mrs Cheever and daughter Jane, of Armstrong; Mrs Lawrence Johannesen and Kathryn of Lone Rock, and Mrs Henry Looft. Three Baptized There were three children who received Holy Baptism at the Blakjer Lutheran Church at Seneca Sunday morning, with the PUBLIC AUCTION 200 Acre Farm The undersigned will offer for sale at public auction the Following described properly on the premises, on Sat., July 30 at 2 p.m. The Southwest Quarter (SWVi) and the Northwest Quarter (NW/4) of the Southeast Quarter (SE%) Section 17, Township (95) North Range 29, Kossuth County, Iowa, Located 4Vi miles southwest of Algona, Iowa, % mile south and !£ mile west Kossuth County Home. IMPROVEMENTS: House, new barn, cribs 32x20 and 24x26, hog house 40x24, granary 20x10, chicken house 32x16, pump house 8x10. ; ,-' ... • .(.•* ,.,;«' , , TERMSi-20% on date of sale*, Mlance^eK 15, 195& Purchaser to execute ordinary contract of purchase calling for merchantible title. POSSESSION: March 1, 1956. THIS FARM IS WELL LOCATED AND IN GOOD STATE OF PRODUCTION Mrs. Francis Pfeffer OWNER Colwell Bros., Auctioneers 28-29-30 nnnonni FARM WEEK JUIV 24 FARM SAFETY TIP JUIV 3D DON'T Leave Dangerously Sharp Equipment Laying Out Loose NORTON MACHINE WORKS lev. Harlan Blockhus officiating. They were Thomas Charles facobson, son of Mr and Mrs lobert Jacobson of Swea City; shannon Wallace Emerick afid Christene Mae Emerick, children of Mr and Mrs Arthur W. Emerick, formerly of Algona. The Seneca Sparklers 3-H club md their leaders enjoyed an out- ng at Sylvania Park, Fairmont, Minn. July 16. The group held heir regular meeting before unch with talks by Sharon Sulivan, Marilyn Johannesen ant! Barbara England. Mrs Kenneth Thompson and tfiss Bertha Olsen were hostesses ,o the Blakjer W.M.F. at the church parlors Thursday afternoon. Rev. Harlan Blockhus gave the devotions and Tilda fohannesen had charge of the esson. Mrs Fred Johannesen gave a report on the radio activities of he organization. Mrs Ted Jen:en, vice chairman, had charge of the meeting. Kathryn Johannesen was pleasantly surprised Saturday 'even- ng when her classmates dropped n and helped her celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Wm. Klein honored their little grandson Dennis ripple by having a birthday party for him. Enjoying the codrtesy were Loren Menz, Jill Jensen, Dick England, Roger Sngland, Bonnie Crouch, Shirley Dsborn, Jeannie Hartshorn and Craig Jensen. Sharon Klein was hostess to ;he Seneca Stars 4-H Club at her lome Monday evening, July 18. Carrie Jensen is spending several week's visiting at the home of her son and family, the Maurice Jensens at Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Marvin Wilberg of Estherville visited last Sun- lay evening at the parental Martin Wilberg home. ifiwi0n Mrs Fred Kluss, Fenton, Succumbs At Age of 79 Fenton — Services were. held Saturday July 23, 1955 for Mrs Fred Kluss with ReV. C. C. Callahan in charge, at the Methodist church. Pallbearers were Les Tleman, John Munch, Ed Schlei, Walt Widdel, Charles Weisbrod and Wayne Alderson. Mrs Kluss succumbed July 21y at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, after a short illness. Lena Zwiefel Was born on May 8, 1876. At an early age she moved with her family from Wisconsin and settled for a short time near Renwick. The trip from Wisconsin to Iowa was made in a covered wagon. Later the family moved to a farm two miles south of Fenton where she. grew to womanhood. She was a member of the Methodist church and confirmed there March 22, 1891. On November 15, 1894, she was united in marriage to Fred Kluss. From that date to the present time they resided on a farm near Fenton, where they enjoyed 60 LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft years of wedded life together. To this union were born six children: Harry of -Peoria, 111.; Glenn'of Richmond, Calif.; Alvin of Clarion, Iowa; Alice Davidson of Clintonville, Wis.; ana GVace at home. One son Arthur, preceded her in death. Also surviving are her husband, one sister, Rose Hefty of Renwick and one brother, Ed Zwiefel, of Titonka, nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Class of '45 Reunion \ The Class of 1^45 held a picnic at the Fenton park on Sunday Those attending were: Mr and Mrs Dave Newell and Kurt of Mason City; Mr and. Mrs Merlyn Boyken and family, Waterloo; Mr and Mrs Mitch Taylor and family, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Lee and Debra, Algona; Mr and Mrs Henry Zinnell Jr., and girls, West Bend, Mr and Mrs Fred Ruhnke, Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Charles Feye and girls; Mr and Mrs Wayne __jietson and Patricia; Mr and Mrs Don Gross and girls and 7///////////////////////////////////S//WV"'" Mr and Mrs Seib Behrends entertained Sunday dinner in honor of the birthday of Mrs Ella Sigsbee of Burt. Guests were Mr and Mrs Harry Hobson of Clarion; Carrie Larson of Burt; Mr and Mrs Gordon Sigsbee and family, Mr and Mrs Donold Bisr- stedt and family of Algona; and Mrs Ella Sigsbee. Wednesday dinner guests at the Louie Berninghaus home were Mr and Mrs August Hundt, Mr and Mrs Armand Hestrich and daughter Pamela of Watertown, Wis. Sunday Mr and Mrs Berninghaus and family attended a Berninghaus reunion atJSoper park in Emmetsburg. "• >:•*" Muriel Nordine is visiting in Pleasantville, la. with Ronnie and Dennis Kurtz. Mrs Gene Blanc-hard, Pat and Kim, Mrs Ben Schmidt, Garry and Terry, Mrs Fritz Newbrough and Stevie attended a Christoffer reunion at Fairmont, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz, Gary, Tim and Debra of Ottosen were supper guests Sunday at the Donald Blanchard home. Saturday evening dinner guests at the Leslie Johnson nome were Mr and Mrs R. W. Williams ot Estherville and her mother, Mrs Trixie McCashcn of Vincennes, Ind. Mr and Mrs Vernon Johnson and family of Armstrong called Sunday evening at the Johnson home. Gordon Blanchard and Don Gilberts of Mason City were supper guests Sunday evening at Maude Blanchard home. Mrs Grace Ramus of Algona visited this week at the Leo Ramus home. Mr and Mrs Adolph Peril of Fenton and Mrs Rose Kraft called Sunday at the Elvina Schultz home in Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Bud Alke and Eddie Bill, Mr.s Anna Alke of Titonka visited Friday evening at the Gerald Radig home. Mr and Mrs Art Priebc, Rodney, Joel, Mrs Dennis Priebe and Barry visited from Saturday till Sunday in Decorah. Rev. and Mrs Bourse of Burt t-ailed Friday at the C. E. Householder home. Ornie Hurlburt of Fenton called there Monday morning and Mrs Ralph Reidel and Curtis of Ringsted visited there Sunday. Mr and Mrs Clarence Martin and family spent over the weekend in Judsun, Minn, at the parental, Gomer Evans home. David Drown, brother of Mrs Jess Blanchard Jr., spent thu weekend at the Blanchard home. Mr and Mrs Arnold Groskreutz and Jeffrey of Ware were dinner guests Saturday at the Erich Seegeburth home. Lone Rock Junior Legion tram played Ottosen there Friday with Lone Rock winning 14-1. Then the team drove to Rutland and played, winning 3-1. Sunday they played a doubleheader at Spencer winning both guinea 10-5 and 10-2. Sunday evening callers at the Dale Wcgencr home were Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family, Mr and Mrs Harvey Ratli and Doris, and Mr and Mrs Maurice Wuis- brod, Cheryl and Terry. Mr and Mrs Carroll Willrett and family of Algona called Sunday evening at the Richard Gross home. Gloria returned home after spending a few days at the Willretts. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn spent Sunday afternoon at the Ed. Goche home in Bancroft. Mr and Mrs LuRoy Kk-ppcr :md sons were guests Sunday at the Flpyd McKain home in Emmetsburg in honor of Mr Klep- ptT's bivthciay. A'family gathering with a pic- ific dinner was held Sunday in Emmetsburg at Tuttle Lake in honor of Mr and Mrs James Rath and daughter Ann, who just returned from Japan. Those attending were Mr and Mrs James Rath and 'Ann, Mr and Mrs Fred Rath and Dennis of Swea City; Mr and Mrs Ralph Gilberts and family of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Fritz'Rath and family, Mr and Mrs Marvin Rath and family, Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris of Algona; Mr and Mrs Dale Wegener and Connie, Mr-and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Cheryl and Terry, Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath and John and Mrs Martha Rath, all of Lone Rock. Mi and Mrs Dick Arend and family of Whittemore were callers Sunday evening at the Ralph Bierstedts. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schipull visited Wednesday at the Gerald Wiggens home in Fort Dodge. Sunday the Schipulls attended a Schipull reunion at Burt. David Elsbecker, grandson of the Ralph Thompsons, spent the weekend at the Thompson home while his folks, the Jim Els- beckers, of Bancroft, were fishing in northern Minnesota. Staff Sergeant and Mrs Gordon Wegener and daughter, Christie, of Greenville, S. C., and Mr and Mrs Fred Wegener of Algona were visitors Sunday evening at Walter Thompsons. Mr and Mrs Robert Anderson and Roger of Fenton were guests Saturday evening at Maurice Weisbrods. The Modernette club held a picnic at Call Park in Algona last Wednesday. Guests besides the members were Mrs George Hanna and family and Mrs Joe Miller Granada, Minn., and the Ellsworth Carlsons of Litchfie'ld, Minnesota, met Sunday at New Ulm, W[inn., for a family picnic. ';Two Swea City teachers, Virginia Quam of Rake and Marlene Dremmel of Burt, are on a two weeks bus trip to Niagai'a Falls, Boston, New York City, and Washington, D. C. Mr and Mrs Bernard Pehrson of Sioux Falls, S. D., were weekend visitors with relatives in Swea City and Bancroft. The family of Mrs Nellie Peterson held a picnic in Reynolds park oVi" Sunday in honor of Mrs Mary Pehrson' of Los Angeles, and Harry Larson, who is on leave from the airforce. Present were the Art Petersons, Arthur D. Larsons, J. August Petersons, Albin Peterson, Mrs Minnie Johnson, Mrs Nada Pehrson, the Vern Pehr- sons, and Mrs Nels Hansen and 'family and the Earl Mclntires of Armstrong. Mrs Rose Moulton of Ledyard is spending the week with her sister, Mrs George Butterfield, Sr. Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer left July 23 for Newburg, Minn., where the Rev. Hammer preached the morning sermon on July 24 at the 95th anniversary service of the Newburg Methqdist church. The Hammers ServedUhis- church, which is a rural one near Mabel, Minn., from 1934 to 1937. Gerald Jentz. Mrs Myrtle Jones of Carlisle visited with her aunt, Mrs Edith Hayenga from Saturday to Wednesday of last week. Mrs Blanche Huskamp entertained a number of ladies Wednesday afternoon at the homo of her daughter, Mrs Ralph Weisbrod. Guests were Mrs Sarah Weisbrod, Mrs Mary Hansen, Mrs Ella Waite and Mrs Olga Huskamp. The Annual Sunday School picnic of St. John's Lutheran church of Depew was held Sunday at the Fenton Park. Mrs Frit* Freyholtz is visiting relatives at Minneapolis thin week. Marlene and Jerry are enjoying a vacation at the Gene Albert farm. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family visited Sunday evening at the Derwopd Kern home at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Gerald Hendrickson and family of Reseda, Calif, were Tuesday dinner and supper guests at the Harvey Hendrickson home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Hendrick' son and family enjoyed a picnic supper Sunday evening at the Marinus Hendrickson home at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Ervin Krause and family visited Sunday afternoon with Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ruhnke and family, Mrs Mary Krause and Mrs Kathryn Reed of Livermore. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern and family and Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys were Sunday dinner guests at the Art Mueller home. Mr and Mrs Clifford Douglas and family were Sunday dinner guests at the J. C. Kuch and Calvin Voigt homie at Crystal Lake Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bennie Berkland are the proud parents of an 8 Ib. 7 oz. daughter born July 22 at Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Friday evening supper guests at the Fred Mortensen home were Mr and Mrs R. J. Geronson and family of Clinton; Mrs Elmer Lur- mo, Terry and Dwight of LaCrosse, Wis.; Mr and Mrs Hans Mortensen of Fairmont and Carl Mortensen. The Ruth Circle met Thursday afternoon at the Fenton Park. Mrs R. Weisbrod read devotions, Mrs Jack Gerhart gave the lesson. Ten members were present. Mrs Clarence Osborn was chairman of the lunch committee. The group enjoyed a wiener roast. Mr and Mrs Ed Lindsay and 'amily of Davenport visited Sun- lay at the H. C. Lindsay home. VIrs Berness north of Forantom, -alif. is vacationing at the K. C, " indsay's. Mr and Mrs Irving Davidson and family of Marble Rock were weekend visitors at the Morris Mitchell home. Mrs Robert Sewel and son Rickie, returned to the home after spending a month at the parental George Jorgenson home. Mrs Rudolph Miller and Mrs Harry Henderson and Bonnie visited Tuesday at the Gerhard Hantelman home. Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman and Eunice and Paul drove to Minneapolis Sunday to see Cinerama Holiday. Eunice Hantelman returned home from spending the past week at the Dan Peterson home at Graettinger. Conclude Sentral Summer Program Fenton —The summer recreational program sponsored by the Board of Education of the Sentral Community School District will be concluded in the near future. The swimming program will draw to a close with the lessons on July 29. It is quite possible that a few parents will wish to take'their own children to Whitlemorc for another lesson after the school transportation ceases. The summer music instruction program will also conclude in the three schools witli the lessons on July 29, but there will be one more practice and the final band concert at Fenton on Wednesday, Aug. 3. Final concert at Lone Rock on July 28. Coming Events Thursday, July 28 — Depew and family, bers. former club mem- SWEA CITY NEWS Grant Youth Fellowship A Methodist Youth Fellowship for the Grant Community Methodist church was organized on Sunday evening at the Lars Skaar home. Fourteen members enrolled. The Grant church has not had a youth organization for about six years. They will meet on the last Sunday evening of every month. Officers were elected as follows: president, Lonny Skaar; vice-president, Mildred Engstrom; secretary, Arlene Richardson; treasurer, Phillip Tokhcim, pianist, Evelyn Mino; assistant pianist, Judy Skaar; counsellors, Maribcl Mino and Gene Tokheim. tor's absence will be the Rev. Everett Beal of First Baptist church and Rev. David Frank of the Full Gospel church. Mr and Mrs G. H. Hungerford of Joliet, 111., who have been vis- itingMn Swea City and in Austin, Minn., were Sunday guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs R. F. Snyder. Dr and Mrs R. F. Snyder attended a Saturday meeting at Clear Lake of the Iowa Society of Osteopathic Physicians and Surgeons. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS Circle. .Wednesday, Aug. 3 — St. John's Aid. Thursday, Aug 4 — W.S.C.S.; St. Luke's Aid. Monday, Aug. 8 — American Legion. Thursday, Aug. 11 — Depew Fellowship Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club; Mabel Circle. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our gratitude for the kindness shown during the recent bereavement of our beloved wife and mother. Fred Kluss and family 30 BUDGET ESTIMATE SCHOOL DISTRICT NOTICE The Board of Directors of Sentral Community School District, Kossuth Countv. Iowa, will meet August 8. 1955. at fl:00 p.m., at School Office. Taxtmvers will' he heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the year beginning July I, 1055, and ending June 30, 1956. A detailed statement of receipts and disbursements, both past and anticipated will be available at the hearing. Donna J. Suanson District Secretary C •BO'' TUNDS . , O ^ 3 f S.\ ¥( 31 .1 ~* fA *+ C r.\ C V_ Jane Butterfield, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Butterfield, Jr., of Algona, is spending the week with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs George Butterfield, Sr. Mrs S. H. Hammer, Dee Ann Swanson, Linda Pulver, Dorothy Westcott, Nancy Johnson, atul '•Sharon Boland returned home Saturday from Camp Methoji at Lake Okoboji, where they had spent the week. Mr and Mrs Floyd Smith, their daughter Patricia of Fairmont, Minn., the Leighton Hugcsons of General Transportation T»xt Books & Supplies 181.-1U0.17 195,202 30.000 "TOTAL CJENERAL>UND .-Old Age Surv. Ins. (Federal) Public Emps. Pet. (Slate) School House Fund Bonds and Interest Special Courses Fund .. 181.-100.17 2.728.37 •i,655.30 6,087_.50_ None 193,581.34 2.900 5,085 _ JQ.BOO J 1.300 221,377 30,000 5.000 15.000 •1.000 ^24,000* I3(i.287 ll.O&O 1.135 __3.000_ 3'OQJL 37.000 1-11.292 2.1,00 5,085 3.<100 7.300 24.000 100.377" THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEl Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Funerals May Be Referred To Ui With Confidence Rinattod 100 100A 21A 211 TOTAL ALL PURPOSES Secretary's balance July 1, 1955. „„,„„„«., 1. General Fund $32,007.0^ 3. Less Balance Reserved $2,007.0S $ Z.UUi.03 Net Unencumbered Balance (G.F.) ^SO.OOO.OO SCHOOL HOUSE FUND . SJ.2J2.41 SPECIAL COURSES FUND ..-.. .S5.88J.24 Est. tax per $1,000.00 assessed value * 2( 'f] Number of persons of school age Kossuth bo? Number of persons school age Palo Alto ,»•> Taxable valuation. 1954 $ 7.670.J10 Moneys and Credits, 1954 S 178.017 'Amount Icl't after deducting items 2 and 3 from item 1 and to be transferred to col. -I above. '/2 Price Wallpaper CLEARANCE SALE! GET A DOUBLE SIDEWAIL ROLL FOR THE PRICE OF A SINGLE ROLL • • TOY SALE STILL GOING ON ! Bicycles, Tricycles, Wagns, Trucks, Tractors, Games, Dolls, Etc. ALL SELLING AT BIG REDUCTIONS IN PRICE - BUY NOW & SAVE I Stoeber Hardware FENTON, IOWA 66, We Wanf to See Some New Faces So We Are Going To Give A FREE GREASE JOB to every car owner who comes into our station. (This offer Ends August 3) Don's Service Co. Phone 157 Fenton, Iowa FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Afl»nt WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEtRE QiAliR But. Phon* 3 Rtf. Ph«n« 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling 125 9* 11 Dr. E. W. 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