The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 4, 1955 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 4, 1955
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• I Titonka Mower Show Friday, Aug. 5 Silver Tea At 531P.M. To Follow Show Titonka — The Summer Flower show sponsored by the Titonka Federated Women's club will be held in the high school gymnasium, August 5. The flowers will be on exhibit between 2 and 5:30 p.m. Miss Ada I. Swalwell, Collins, Iowa, will be the judge and speak during the program which begins at 2:30. A silver tea following the show will be served and the net proceeds will be given the Cub Scouts which the cliib sponsors. Entries will be accepted between 8 and 10:30 a.m. < Committee chairmen in charge of the show include: Show chairmen, Mrs Wilbur Schram and Mrs Dick Cosgrove; Entrants chairman, Mrs Edw. Sathoff; Judging chairman, Mrs B. H. Schwerin; Arrangements'chairman, Mrs Geo. Alke; Program chairman, Mrs T. A. Dunmire; Tea chairman, Mrs Root. Budlong, and Hospitality chairman and club president, Mrs Ed Brandt. A surprise Birthday party was held Monday afternoon in honor of Clara, Kathryn, Margaret and Ruth Everding at their home north of Titonka. The occasion was Clara's birthday but all were given a gift and a birthday cake with the four names written on it. After a social afternoon lunch was served which was brought by the guests. Those present were Mrs Geo. Sachau, Mrs Henry Van Hove, Mrs Wm. Rode, Mrs Raymond Kruse, Mrs Robert Kruse, Katheryn Kurtsleben, Mrs Wm. Richleks, Mrs. Walter Haack, Mrs Katie Rode and Mrs John Rode. Mr and Mrs Dick Mayland of Britt are the parents of a baby boy born July 29 at the Hancock Memorial hospital. Mr and Mrs Mayland moved to Britt from. DANCE to the Kuhfuss Bros. Bancroft Wed. Aug. 10 Builds Met Model' For $1,000 Dale Hasty, now of Fort Dodge, but a former Algona resident and well .known here, is pictured above standing back of his custom-built automobile, a product which cost him $1,000 in cash and took 1,500 hours to build. Hasty is a body and fender man by occupation and he built the car in his spare time. While the vehicle has a little of the "Look from Mars" about it, the glamor buggy is a real auto with streamlined jet appearance. In the nine months he worked on it, Hasty started with a 1941 frame, used 20 gauge flat sheet metal for the body, molding it into shape himself. He finished it in gold and tflack and trimmed the interior with white plastic. It has two seats in, front and floor room in back for his two children. The car is not souped up, and is light in \yeight with plenty of pep on the highways. Me will exhibit it at several fairs. (Cut courtesy Fort Dodge Messenger.) • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Studer Wappelo about a month ago. Mrs Floyd Reibsamen has been spending a lot of her time at Buffalo Center recently where she has been taking care of her parents, Mr and Mrs C. C. Bowers, who have been feeling quite poor.- ly recently. Pamela Gross, daughter of Mr and Mrs Bud Gross of Omaha, and Dennis and Bruce Isebrand, sons of Mr and Mrs Merlin Isebrand of, Chicago, are spending their vacation at the home of their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand. Mr and Mrs Wm. Boyken left Sunday for a two weeks vacation. Dr. and Mrs Hill are spending this week at a cottage at Clear Lake. Miss Carolyn Intermill is also a visitor there. Mr and Mrs Allen Eden are the Barents of a baby son born July 27 at the Hancock Memorial hospital. He weighed 8 Ibs. 10 oz. and has been named Lawrence Ruben. They have two other children, both girls. Beaverly Peterson of Buffalo Center is visiting for a few days at the home of her cousins, Sylvia and Kathleen Eden. Wed Monday In Bancroft Church Bancroft—In a pretty wedding ceremony performed at 8:30 a.m. Monday in St. John's Catholic Church, Miss Janice Simmons, Seneca, became the bride of Joseph Lynch, son of Mrs Margaret Lynch, in a double ring 'ceremony performed by Rev. J. H. Schultes. After a wedding trip they will be at home on a farm near Lone Rbck. ADVERTISING in me Algom Upper Des Moines readies more families hi Kossuth county thar any other publication EAST END GROCERY Home-Made Potato Salad Home-Made Baked Beans mit Ham COMPLETE PICNIC SUPPLIES Lotsa Cold Meats Cold Beer - Cold Pop Home-Dressed Spring Fries Nelson's ICE CREAM We Pack For Picnics in Special Containers EAST END GROCERY 25 Years A Teacher, Is Honored At Whittemore Whhlemore— Teacher Reuben Butzke was pleasantly surprised by St. Paul's congregation, on the 25th anniversary of Mr Butzke's service as a parochial school teache.r. Rev. Paul G. Weinhold gave an appropriate sermon in his honor, Sunday morning: Teacher Wolter of Lotts Creek presided at the organ for the services and directed the Choir. Twenty five years ago Pastor Weinhold installed Mr Butzke as a parochial school teacher at Snyder, Neb. Three years ago Mr Weinhold again installed him here in St. Paul's congregation, and Sunday he delivered the anniversary sermon. Teacher Butzke graduated in 1930 with a class of 29 at Ccn- cordia Teachers College at Seward, Neb. and is the only one who was twice installed by the same minister. He taught three years at Snyder. He then accepted a call to Falls City, Neb. where he taught nine years and in -1952 -a -i . . — call was extended to him by St. Paul's congregation. He teaches the four upper grades which are the fourth to eighth. Mr and Mrs Butzke arc the parents of two children, Lorraine and Milton. Following the morning service a pot-luck dinner was served by the Ladies Aid Society in the church basement, followed by o short program of songs, piano solos by various organizations. Mr Butzke was presented with checks from the . congregation, Men's Club, Young People Society and the Choir, in appreciation of his work as a teacher here. •He also received many letters and telegrams\ from Nebraska and from officials in the North West Iowa District. Donald Johnson, son ot Mr and Mrs Carlos Johnson of Clinton, Missouri, spent several days recently at the home of his -uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs George- Ricke and family. Everett and Vera Lawler of Minneapolis came Monday for a visit in the Vincent Doughan home and to attend the wedding Tuesday morning of their nephew, Roger Doughun and Betty Becker. Mr and Mrs Larry Lang and family of Mason City came Sun day evening at get their daughter, Maicia, who had spent two weeks at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer and family. Nancy Doughan attended the wedding of friends, Irene Cullen and Paul Crotty at the Emmetsburg Catholic Church Monday morning. Sunday dinner guests at the Will Hrubes home were Mr and Mrs Ed Hrubes of Duncan; Mr and Mrs George Hrubes and Craig of Britt; Mr and Mrs Albert Katuin and Marjorie of Ventura; Mr and Mrs Albert Hrubes of Ventura; Mr and Mrs Elmer Hrubes, Roger and Marvin of Crystal Lake; Mr and Mrs Cyril Formanek, Bobby and Billy of Britt. Mr and Mrs Ben Matern of Meservey were Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs Martha V/est and family. Lavon and Karla Matern, who had spent two weeks visiting relatives here returned home with their parents. All were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Verne Reding near Woden. Mr and Mrs Norman (Breezy) DEER Eldora has three new residents; a yearling doe, a buck and two fawns, who'll be residents of the city park there. ,M Help Us Celebrate Our (WEEK OF AUGUST 7-13) TOP SCREEN ATTRACTIONS ALL WEEK Free Comic Books For All Kids All Week — Starring Monday, Aug. 8 SUNDAY-MONDAY ABBOTT LOU COSTELLO WHAT ••BATTLEGROUND- 'WAS TO THE SHOOTING WAR... THIS IS '7O THE TRAINING CAMPS! FN 'VIVID COLOR Stadia, EHARO WIDMARK- KARL WHEN CARIETONCARPENIER-RUSSTAMBLYN ,„ ELAINE SJEWART with JOSEPH LEON CATHY CAILEIA • ERROL • DOWNS Produced end Directed by CHARLES BARTON 2 Color Cartoons Coming Tues. - Weds. - BUCK MITES Bowery Boys in "Bowery to Bagdad" Plus Pisney Cartoon Festival and 3 Stooges Comedy T?O\VP mnvrd nvor the woekond from the Margaret Schrocder apartment to Carnarvon, Iowa, where they will operate a tavern and lunch room. It is near Carroll. Mrs Tom McMahon. of Pocahontas, formerly of Wesley, line! surgery at Mercy hospital, Mason City, Thursday, July 28. Mr and Mrs J. T. Mcurer had as their Wednesday evening dinner guests, Mr and Mrs A. M. Lemkee of Irvington and their houseguests, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fleet Crane and tnree children of Montarose, Ark. Mr and Mrs J. L. Walker and Ann wore Thursday evening guests of his parents, Mr and Mrs Ben Walker of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton i came home Sunday from Lake Okoboji where they had vacationed several days. Mr and Mrs Norman Allison and three sons of Mason City spent Wednesday evening here with her parents, Mr and Mrs George Sheridan. Arlene Goetz, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Goetz, observet. her 12th birthday Sunday, July 31, and she entertained a group of classmates at a party that afternoon. ; Mr and Mrs Roland Wahlsch- midt and family of Spencer spent the weekend at the parental, Ben G. Studer home. Mr and Mrs Bill Laubenthal and Cynthia Ann of Algona were Sunday guests at the parental, Carl Johnson home. Mr and Mrs Don Kraus spent Sunday fishing at Lake Okoboji. They brought home- their son, Ricky, who had spent a week with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Will Ketchin. Burrell Lease, an F.B.I, agent of New York City, arrived Monday, August 1, for a five-day visit in the parental, A. M. Lease home. On Saturday he and his mother will leave for Colorado to spend 10 days. Joe Hanig of St. Joseph, Mo. came Saturday to spend a week in the parental, George Hanig home. His wife and three children have been there a week. Mr and Mrs Joe Hanig and Mrs George Hanig visited the Jack Thursday, August 4, 1955 Algona (la.) Uppftr DM Melnes-3 Nelson family near Boone Sunday and brought back Danny Nelson for a visit. An addition has been built to the George Hanig kitchen and a bathroom added. The baby girl born to Mr and Mrs Dale Knopper in the Britt hospital Tuesday. July 2fi, has been named Sandra CharlerT?. Sandra has three little sisters and their mother is the former Jean Johnson, daughter of Mrs Ruth Johnson of Britt NOTICE OF PROBATE or WILL State of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County No. 8953 April Term. 19,55 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEHEBY NOTIFIED. That, an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will imd Testament of Edith Miner. Deceased, dated March 11. 1950. having been this day filed, opened nntl read, Monday the 15th clay of August, 1055, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona, Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or fhe Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A.M.. of the day above mentioned all persons Interested are hereby notified and required lo appear, and show cause, if any they have, why Instrument should not he probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said dc- reosed. Dated at Alffona. Iowa, August Isf, 1055. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court Mnnan & Lynch. Attorneys , Algona, Iowa (Published Aug. 4. 1955. in The Algona (Iowa| Upper DCS Molncs) NOTICE OF PHOBATE OF WtLL State of Iowa ss. In District Court Kossuth County No. 6SI55 April Term, 1D55 TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED. That an Instrument of writing purporting to be the last. Will and Testament of Vallie M. Trlbon. Deceased, dated October 1G. 1948, having been this day filed, opened and read. Monday the. 15th 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 nil persons Interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause, if any they have, why InsUu- mcnt should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated :if Algona, Iowa. August 2, IMS. Alma Pearson Clerk of the District Court II. W. Miller. Attorney Algonn, Iowa (Published Aug. 4. 1955. in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) HEINE'S BAYSIDE RESORT ON AGENCY BAY OF LEECH LAKE Modern Hskpg Cottages with gas heal apt. size ranges, refrig., deep freeze service. Dock and fish cleaning service. Safe Swimming Beach. Lakeside Hecrealion Building. Excellent road all the way from Algona. Phone 3074 or write: Heinie & Eloise Fisher, Walker, Minn. ENDS THURSDAY ! Doris Day in "Love Me or Leave Me" FRIDAY & SATURDAY Locked in a frenzy of fear, love and jealousy ...trapped in the fury of relentless pursuit! BARBARA STANWYCK ROBERT RYAN DAVID FARRAR M..b,TECHNICOL,OR St/Pf/f SCOPE ALSO THIS CO-HIT l SUNDAY - MONDAY B-I-G Double Program For All The Family ! mixing a million Bucks with a. million chucMed...and fo match; PLUS THIS BIG CO-HIT Th e Robert Lowery • Jil Jarmyn Jacqueline de Wit • Tweeny Canova »KfW!C PdOOUCIIOK

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