The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1955
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2-AlflJ>n« (to.) Upper D«i Moin«s Thursday, August 4, 1955 Miller Reunion Held Sunday Al Call Park e— The Annual reunion of the children of Mr and Mrs Alex Miller of Mason City was held in Call Park at Algona Sunday. In attendance were Mr and Mrs John Miller and their families of Burtj Mr and Mrs Henry Miller and family, Mason City; Mrs James Johnson, sons Roger and Roland, Durango Colorado; Mr and Mrs Daryl . Burtis and children of Troy, Ohio; Mr and Mrs Richard Wermersen and family, Sioux Falls, S. D.; Mr and Mrs George Johnson, Jean and Joan, Mr and Mrs Robert Miller and daughter of LuVerne. Two daughters, Mrs Mary Ristau of Sioux City and Mrs Howarci Hinzeman o'f Graettinger were unable to attend. Mr and Mrs Henry Stoehr, Lincoln, Neb,, cousin, were in attendance as -was a grandson Merwyn Johnson of Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Henry Marly left Saturday morning for Genoa, 111. to visit their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Edward Link. They took baby Larry Link home and their daughter, Marie Kay Marty who had visited in her sister's home returned with them. They wil also visit ' their son; the Rev and Mrs Hovy- ard Marty, Paul and Kathy in Clinton; : Mr and.Mrs George Tiede, Fair-. mont, Minri., her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Frances Pitlik of Cedar Rapids visited over the weekend in the home of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Miller and family. Sharon Miller who had visited past 10 days in Cedar Rapids with her cousin returned home with them. Mrs Mathilda Thinnes of Coldwell, Idaho has returned to her home after a three week's visit here with her sister, Mrs Martha Hintz, nieces and nephews. Vernon Hanselman, Kenneth Stripling, Tommy Carroll, Herman Koester, Monte Toohey and Richard Gronbach left Sunday for two weeks training at Camp Ripley, Minnesota with t h o National Guard. Mr and Mrs Clyde Dudley and Susie have returned from a two week's vacation trip; They visited in Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo, and with relatives in Paynesville and Bemidii. Minn. Her sister Mrs Wendell Gregg and children of Paynesville accompanied them home for a visit. ••-. • , . Mr arid Mrs Arthur Satre, sons, Stephen, Daniel. John, James and David of Roekford, 111. are spending the week visiting in Lu- Verne. They are looking after their farming interests. Mr and Mrs Bertie C. Ramu and Sheri, the past week, tourec the Black Hills and Bad Lands in South Dakota. They also at tended the Passion Play at Spear fish, S. D. The Birthday Bridge Clulj were guests of Mrs Cecil Baker Thursday evening. Mrs George Tiede Fairmont, Minn., a former member, was a guest. At play high Mrs Tiede, second high, Mrs Edward Dehnert and low, Mrs A. Zwiefel. There were no b>rth- days to observe. Refreshments were served. Mrs Thelma Miller, son Dick, Webster City, daughter, Mr and Mrs Adrian Groehring, sons, Craig and Dennis of DCS Moines visited former friends here Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Lewis Petersen of Mason City were weekend guests in the home of her mother, Mrs Dora Ramus and other relatives. Mark Andrews, young son ol Mrs Vera Andrews of Cedar Rapids is visiting in life home of his grandparents, Mi- and Mrs Arthur W. Dimler. Mr and Mrs Jack Roos, daughters, Jan and Lynn visited Sunday in the parental Mr and Mrs A. D. Roos home in Hospers. Jan and Lynn remained for a vacation visit with their grandparents. Mr and Mrs Roy Buenger and family of West Bend visited Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Edwin Hanselman and family. Mrs Buenger is a sister of Edwin. Miss Janice Ristau of' Sioux City spent the week in the home of her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs George Johnson, Jean and Joan. ;Mr and Mrs Willis Marshall arid son Bruce ; of Algona were Sunday evening visitors in the parental, Mr and Mrs Otto Ramus home. M. L. Barton who has been a patient in Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge, past two weeks, recently underwent surgery there. St. Joe neighbors Giye Pat McGuire Some help SI. Joe — Neighbors and friends gathered with combines, grain wagons and shovels to harvest the oats for Pat MeGuire on Monday afternoon. Pat returned home on Saturday from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge where he had been a medical patient for three weeks. Those assisting with the work were: Herman Illg, Edward Bormann, Ray and Kenneth Thilges, Peter Kirsch, Paul Erpeldihg, Len McGuire, Delmer Plathe, Orville Wagner, Ralph Reding, Philip Dandelser, Marvin Origer, Ted Wagner, David McGuire, Bill McGuire, • Melvin VonBank, Luke McGuire, Roger Bormann, Norbert Friders, Joe Sinnwell and Py.t McGuire. Pat's mother, Mrs M. T. McGuire and daughters served lunch. B. A. Degree To Bob Christensen An Algona boy, Bob Christensen, son of Mr and Mrs Roy Christensen, will be one of the 565 University of Iowa students who will receive degrees at summer commencement exercises, Aug. 10. Bob has completed three years of pre-medical training and one year of medical studies at Iowa, which gualifies him for a B.A. degree, and will be a student there for three years before becoming a doctor. He will not tit- lend the graduation ceremonies. Elna A. Larsen, Armstrong, will receive degree in nursing the sqme clay. Graduates represent. 75< Iowa counties, 31 other states'anct 11 foreign countries. IF IT'S NEWS WE WA/TT IT Mr and Mrs Paul Thilges Jr., spent last week on a trip to the Black Hills and Yellowstone National Park. Mrs John Phillips from Gil- jertsville spent several days last week here with her cousin, Mrs 3eorge Thul. Mr and Mrs Harold fhul took her to her home on Sunday. Franklyn T. Wagner, son of Mr and Mrs George Wagner, arrived n New York on Wednesday from he European area where he had jeen stationed the past 14 months. Dn Friday he arrived at Fort Riey, Kansas, where he will get his lew assignment. After arriving le called by telephone for a chat vith his parents, sister and bro- her. Mr and Mrs Joseph Becker and "amily left the first of the week or a month's trip west and a visit vith relatives and friends. Rev. Luke Becker O. S. B., Springfield, Mo., and Rev. N. J. Becker of Granville were callers here on Monday with relatives and friends. Mrs Mary Becker spent the first of last week at the home of Mr and Mrs Val Engeret in Faribault, Minn. Mrs Engeret is a sister of Mrs Becker. Mr and Mrs Herman Becker drove up to get Mr Becker's mother. Mrs Milford Plathe entertained the 500 Farmerette Club in her home on Thursday evening with Mrs Jack Schultz as guest. Mrs Harold Friders received high prize, Mrs Marvin Reding, low and Mrs Delmar Plathe received travel. Mrs William McGuire entertains the club in August. Sister Delores O.S.B., from St. Vincents Hospital in Sioax City was a visitor here last week at the Clarence and Harold Bormann homes. Sister Delores is a sister of Mrs Clarence Bormann and Mrs Harold Bormann, daughters of Mr and Mrs Charles R. Kollasch of Whittemore. Mr and Mrs I. M. Thul, Gert and Gorden and Ben Froehlich from Marquis Sask., Canada left on Monday morning for their home having come here to attend funeral services for Qebfge Thul on Thursday morning in St. Jo- seph's Catholic church here. Mr and Mrs Robert Gappa and family of Ayrshire w"ere Visitors Sunday here of Mrs Gappa's mother, Mrs Maggie Thilges and family. An Illg family gathering wns held on Sunday at the Bernard Kunkel home east of Clarion. Ruth Ann Becker, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jake Becker Was croft on Sunday with relatives and friends from here attending. Miss Becker will be the bride of Eugefte Elsbeeker, AugiiSt 17, in St. John's Catholic church in Bancroft. honored to a pre-nuptial shower in St. John's Parish Hall in Ban- cently. FINGER Leo Baxa, farmer of near Lisbon, lost the end of one finger in a combine sickle accident re- ENTER NOW IN THE Kossuth County Level Land PLOWING MATCH to be held Tuesday, August 9th (rain date Aug 11) on the Ornie Behrends farm 1'/ 2 MILES SOUTH OF LONE ROCK Plowing to start at 10 a.m. PRIZES to be awarded. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS Winner Becomes Eligible to Enter Iowa State Plowing Match To Be Held in Cherokee County Aug. 18. RULES FOR IOWA PLOWING MATCH 1. Classification shall be limited to mold board plows. 2. Contestants shall be 21 years old or older and must be farmers or farm women or employed farm workers. 3. Contestants shall use plow frames and bottoms which are commercially available. The only requirement is that bottoms used in contests must be listed in manufacturers' catalogs. This rule does not apply to coulters, jointers and trash wires, nor does the 'power unit have to be of the same make as the plow. 4. The plow used shall, within practical reasonable limits, be of a size to correspond with the horsepower of the tractor used. 5. The minimum width of cut of any row bottom shall be 14 inches. ENTRIES PLEASE CONTACT RICHARD GROSS, Chr., phone 3403, LONE ROCK. DEADLINE ON ENTRIES, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6. Legion Auxiliary, Lone Rock, will have food and beverage stand on grounds. A SPECIAUNVITATION TO ALL COUNTY IMPLEMENT DEALERS TO vBjP<3 OR DEMONSTRATE THEIR IMPLEMENTS. VISITORS WELCOME! "".'. , T SPONSORED BY THE* LONE ROCK COMMUNITY CLUB Back From Africa Wesley^John Sheppard is 'ex- here ne*t *eek fiSJm-14 ptiULeu. iieie HCAV wctn. " "'t.,1 months of service in Afrieit HIS end their children who have lived here all that time will move with him: to Spokane, Wash. He has 14 years of service with 6 more to go to "feach his 20 years of'IerVJee, wife, the former Rita Wlngert, S A L E ! "WHITE STAR" BALER TWINE cn OU BALE LOT ftfl PER OU BALE 20 BALE LOT PER BALE •I l BALE LOT Ofl PER £U BALE A U BALE $£ Aft PER O.HU LOT BALE 5 BALE $6 6Q PER LOT BALE 1 Bale ... '6.75 BRADLEY BROS. South Hotel "'-'-* -Phone Limited Offer! This Fully Automatic Gas Incinerator Fully Installed AJ OUR COST (with purchase of gas home heating equipment by August 15th) Throw This Away! How many times have you wished to Ihrow away thai unsighlly and dirly garbage can? Housewives—now you can and in ils place, own a new Superflame Garbage and Trash Disposal unit. No more running out in cold and winler weather to dump garbage! No more tipped aver garbage cans lo attract dogs and worse pesls! Now you can own a new Gas Incinerator for practically notning. Come in to North Central Public Service Co. or any of Ihe dealers listed below and get full details! End Garbage Problems and Protect Your Health WITH A SUPER-FLAME GAS INCINERATOR, YOU NEED NO FLUE-LINING FOR CHIMNEYS This amazing offer will continue until August 15 only! With ihe purchase of any new gas home-Heating equipment from ANY of the dealers below, you will receive AT OUR COST PRICE a new Super- flame Gas-fired garbage and trash disposal unit. This unit burns everything but metal—and thai includes garbage, bones, wood or even an old pair of shoes. It is silent and it costs only about S1.50 per month lo operale. II is installed right next to your furnace and takes very little space. AND HERE'S AN ADDITIONAL SAVINGS! 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North C ONLY Superf/ame HAS THE "PRES-TOE" PEDAL Retail Value '130 PHONE 1412 GAS HEATING AND COOKING APPLIANCES AND EQUIPMENT Co nip INSTALLED •y ALGONA We urge you to contact any of (lie following linns during this offer. BEECHER LANE APPLIANCES 215 East St«ie Phone 776 HALL-STRAHQRN *, "fowa P. R. IRONS HEATING & PLUMBING 812 McGregor. Phone 523-1 G. F. TOWNE HEATING & PLUMBING 11!) East Elm Phone «00 HEATING & PLUMBING PAT HEGARTV 20S East State Phone 1070 HEATING 1 & PLUMBING 1 ; 52 Putnam • Phone :j(K>-.I RAY FUNK HEATING & PLUMBING 119 South Dodge Phone 88 t S. MUCKEY HEAT1NU Norlh Phone 464 ALGONA HEATING & PLUMBING 3U</ 2 East Nebraska Phone 1137 KOHLHAAS HARDWARE Ed & Pat Cutivn

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