The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 18, 1955 · Page 14
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 18, 1955
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6-Algdrta (la.) Upper Des Moines Thursday, August 18, 1955 Choir Concert The Titonka Methodist church ihoir will present ;t concert "( sacred and secular music Sunday. Aus. 28 at 7-30 p.m. The public is invited to attend. What Happens As 75 Bales Straw Burn BANCROFT INTRODUCING E. M. Huber Phone 12F32 Algona, Iowa As Your Local WALNUT GROVE SALES SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE Offering You HOGS BEEF POULTRY Guaranteed Stabilized Supplements Tailored Exclusively To CORN BELT FEED REQUIREMENTS SEE HIM TODAY! WALNUT GROVE PRODUCTS CO., INC. Home Office Atlantic, Iowa Iowa's Annual Outing Join the happy crowds for Iowa's greatest fun festival . . . 10 wonderful days ... 10 glorious nights. 200 acres of marvelous things to see and do and enjoy at the marvelous IOWA STATE FAIR Aug. 27 - Sept. 5 AUTO RACES Aug. 28-29-Sepl. 2-5 STOCK CAR RACES Aug. 27-Sept. 4 RODEO Sept. 2-3-4-5 HORSE RACES Aug. 30-31 THRILL DAY Sept. 1 MUSICAL REVUE Aug. 27 thru Sept. 1 8,000 head of prize livestock 40 acres of farm machinery Statewide flower and garden show 4-H and FFA Fair Culinary Show — Sewing and Fancy Work Show Farm Gadget Show PLAN YOUR GALA OUTING NOW! Shown above in picture sequence is what happened when .1 freak fire reduced a load of 7f> bales ot straw to wet, smoking rubble in a matter of minutes nn Wednesday afternoon. Any. 3, at the west edge of Burt. Harry Sankey, who lives near Burt. was driving a tractor pulling the straw-laden trailer from the Sabin farm north of Burt. As he crossed the intersection at Burt he glanced back and saw that he was pulling a mass of flames. Stopping the tractor, he unhitched the flaming trailer. The Burt fire department responded quickly and while they could not save the 75 bales of straw, their action prevented the trailer from going, too. In picture at left, firemen are shown as they arrived at the scene and unlimbered hoses. In the center photo, the Joad of straw is seen as smoking rubble. At the right, the owner of tin- straw, Harry Sankey. is sruuvn as he somewhat dejectedly appraised the result of the flash fire. No exact cause of the blaze was immediately determined. Food & Linen Shower Held For St. Joe Sisters St. Joe — The food and linen shower held in St. Joseph's school hall for St. Joseph's parish Siste.'s was well attended with a nice stock of supplies to fill their shelves. The afternoon was spent at the playing of bingo and socially. Mrs Arthur lllg received the door prize. Catholic Daughters of America St. Joseph's Court officers were in charge of the shower and served a delicious lunch. Three Baptisms Barbara Jean Friders infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Martin Friders, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Marguerite Erpelding of Whittemore and Clarence Friclers of West Bend. Michael Harold Bormann, infant son of Mr and Mrs Harold Bormann. was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mike Bormann of Algona and Mrs Charles R. Kollasch ot Whittemore. Daniel David Bernhard, infant son of Mr and Mrs David Bernhard, was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mrs Arthur Kohlhaas of here and Paul Bernhard of Lone Rock. in Algona whore she had been a patient since being injured in a car mishap on Wednesday after- noon. She was the driver and alone in the car when she failed to make a turn in the road a mile east of St. Joe. Wm. Faulstich, Whittemore Weds At Fairmont, Aug. 7 Mr and Mrs Wilfred Schneider and family spent last week with Mrs Annie Schneider, mother of Wilfred in Ljtchfield, Minn. Other visitors were Mr and Mrs Louis Schneider of New York City and Mr and Mrs Robert Schneider from Pullman, Washington. Louis and Robert are brothers of Wilfred. Maureen Lentsch, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Lentsch of Algona, spent several days here last week with her aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs Wilfred Sch- neidt.-r and family. Mrs Gertrude Boycl returned lo her home in Livennori 1 , Saturday evening after spending two weeks here with Mrs Louise Tliul. St. Joseph':- school will open on Monday, August 2U, with the same faculty as the past year. Rev. Leo C. Schumacher -nt- i tend.i retreat for priests in Sioux City thi> week. Mr and Mi.* Orville Wagner and Hlamc were in Minneapolis, Minn, uii Monday on business. M< and'Mrs Milford Plathe and family and Herman Plathe returned home Sunday evening fnun a several days visit with Mrs Cecelia Reilly and family in Jane.-ville, Wis. "Mrs Reilly is n sister oi Herman Plathe. On t!:eii retuin home Sunday after- rimm they visited with Mr^ I'lathe'.- aunt. Sister M. Amuha, at Ml. St. Francis Convent in Dubuque. Mi arid Mrs Leu Thilges and Mail; Thilges returned home on Satin Hay Irom a two wei k trip U.Miugh tin- Black Hills, Yellow- -'•Jiie National Park and other point- i if interest in the \>.'i .item Male.-. Thi- Thilges children remained with their grandparents. Mr and Mr.-, Lyle Steele hen- during their parents absence. A Plat-lie family reunion is planned loi Sunday, Aug. lil, in the Wi-.-t BeiH Park. Anii MiGuire came home on SaUnduy fiom St Ann hospital Whittemore — Immanuel Lutheran church at Fairmont was the setting of a pretty wedding at 7-.30 p.m. last week Sunday when Valerie Hamlin of Fairmont and William Faulstich of Whittemore were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. A. M. Beck. The bride is a granddaughter of Mrs Hulda Schultx of Lone Rock and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs Dora Faulstich of Whitlemore. Church organist was Mrs Albert Ziemann and Alfred Schultz, a cousin of the bride, was soloist. Janet Krueger, cousin of the bride of Lone Rock, was maid oi honor. Marjorie Houck, a friend also of Lone Rock, was bridesmaid. Debra Schultz, a cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Tim Schultx. was ring bearer. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Victor Faulstich of Emmetsburg and Eddie Ruhnke of Algona. Larry Theesfield and Larry Gade, cousins of the bride and bridegroom respectively were ushers. One hundred and fifty guests registered for the reception in the church parlors following the wedding. Reception duties were assigned to Barbara Quinn, In charge of the guest book. Nonna Bride and Mrs Larry Theesfield were in charge of the gifts. Leona Brandt and Mrs Emil Bierstedt cut the cake, and Mrs Don Houck and Ida Schultx. poured the coffee. The young couple spent a week in Wisconsin at the Dells fov their honeymoon. Both the bride and bridegroom graduated from the Lone Rock High School. Mrs Faulstich was employed at Fairmont Telephone Exchange and Mr Faulstich was recently discharged from the Air Force. They will live in Whittemore where Mr Faulstich is employed with the Tri-County Drying Plant. Schullz Reunion A Schultz family reunion was held at the Ernie Meyer home Sunday. Those present included Mr and Mrs Victor Bargmann and family of Rodman; Mr and Mrs William Bargmann and family of West Bend; Mrs Henrietta Thompson and family of Swea City; Mr and Mrs Scott De- Sart and family and Evelyn Oftedahl of Fenton; Mrs Hulda Schultx. of Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultx. and family of Armstrong; Mr and Mrs Joel Severs! ke of Cambridge, Iowa. Mr and Mrs Joe Stesuburg and daughter Frances, of Elmore; Mrs Ruth Schultx. and sons Charles and James, Mr and Mrs Norman Schultx. and daughter Debra, Mr and Mrs William Faulstich and Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and son Vernon of Whittemore; and Shirley Baker of Al- Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker and son Juy, and daughter Joyce, accompanied by Mrs Jerry McKean and son Gary, and daughter Jill of AJgona attended the Fair at Fairmont Sunday. A number of relatives gathered ut the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt Thursday evening, to celebratu Mr Voigt's birthday. At the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Schumacher Wednesday night were Mr and Mrs Emil Schumachter of Fenton; Mr and Mrs Edwin Schumacher and daughter, of Algona; Mr and Mrs Herman Riggert of Lotts Creek; Mr and Mrs Harold Schumacher and Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt of here The occasion was the birthday of Frank Schumacher. Mr and Mrs William Maahs of Fergus Falls. Minn, were Wednesday evening dinner guests with Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith. After supper guests were Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, in honor uf Lyle Heidenwith's birthday. Mis Ruth Braatz left for Waterloo, Friday, where she was a sponsor Sunday for the infant daughter ut Mr and Mrs Carl Sti uecker. Mr and Mrs Neil Hurl and family of Davenport spent last week here at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke and other relatives. See the Page Ad In This Week's FARM & HOME Section With This Paper On '' PHILCO Convertible Freezers ALGONA REFRIGERATION Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker and daughters. Mar-lent 1 and Nancy, spent Tuesday of this week with Mr and Mrs Delbert Walker and Mr and Mrs Harold Walker at Delavan, Minn, and in the evening they were guests with Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker at Albert Lea. Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and Mr and Mrs Bert Seely accompanied Mr and Mrs Elroy J. Young and family to Sleepy Eye, Minn. Friday evening. Mr Young accepted a position teaching and coaching in the Sleepy Eye Public School and moved there Friday. He taught here and also coached the boys baseball and basketball teams here the past two years. Mrs Raymond Voigt, Mrs Woodrow Russell and Mrs Paul Potratz helped their sister and brother-in-law pack furniture at Titonka, Friday, as the Fish family moved to California, leaving Sunday. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Ellsworth Heidenwith, and Mrs Louis Braatz attended the funeral of Mrs Henry Dacken at Burl Saturday. Arthur Heidenwith was one of the pallbearers. He is a nephew of Mrs Dacken. Mrs Frieda Zimmermann and granddaughter Carol Zimmermann, went to Fort Dodge, Friday, to visit at the home of the former's son and wife, Mr and Mrs William Zimmermann. Saturday Mr Zimmermann took theivt to Eldora, where he visited with another son, Rev. and Mrs John Zimmermann and family. She returned home Sunday evening. Sunday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith were Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke and daughter, Jeanette and son Everett, of Lotts Creek and Mr and Mrs Donald Hulburt of Denver, Iowa. Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs and Ellen Maahs and Miss Anna Maahs and Mr 'and Mrs Terry Behlmer of here; Mr and Mrs Herman Maahs and Mr and Mrs John Maahs of Emmetsburg and Mr and Mrs Meriyn Dietrich of Rodman; and Mr and Mrs William Maahs of Fergus Falls, Minn, left here Sunday morning for New Ulm, Minn., where a Maahs reunion was held at the park. Mrs Jonnie Johnson, Mrs Elmer Sweet, Mrs Louise S\veet, and Mrs Louise Wayne, all of Albert Lea visited with Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy here Thursday. Marvin J. Dahlhauser, son of Mr and Mrs Peter J. Dahlhauser of here recently was promoted to corporal in Korea. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona and Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt of here were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs George Meyer. Mr and Mrs Gilbert Langewish and family of Sioux Falls, So. Dak. and 'Mrs C. J. Frischie of Schribner, Neb. are visiting at the home of Mr and Mrs Reuben Butzke. Mrs Frischie is the mother of Mrs Butzke and is stay- Phone 306 718 S. Phillips St. Mo re Pork Th«"4x4'! Way YM, sir, It tskes only • dime's worth of fad 10 put on * pound of pork, birth-to-market, when you use th« "4x4" Life-Cycle feeding program. And you can be assured of marketing 220- pound hogs in fi/a months so4 less. Take • dp from thousands of feeders who have used "4x4". They know feeding costs are less. Let me show you why "4x4" can save you money — help you raise more hogs »t a pront. EUGENE M. HUBER Phone 12F3Z Algona ing for an extended visit. Farewell Honors For 3 Bancroft Women, Leaving Bancroft — A farewell party honoring Mrs Geo. Cannean and Mrs Eva Mason, Mrs Francis Ca- niean held Friday evening in the Baptist Church Parlor. A lovely program was held and a history of the Carrnean family was read by Miss Agnes Olson. Mrs George Carmean will leave soon to make her home with her daughters in Rockford, 111., Mrs Francis Carmean and her mother. Mrs Mason, will make their home at Wheaton, 111., where Mrs Carmean has a position and her daughter Kay, will take up nursing. Mrs George Carmean owned and operated the Carmean drug store here for 38 years. Her son passed away three years ago. Mrs Francis Carmean has lived here for 25 years. Their many friends here wish them happiness in their new home. Coin Shower A coin shower honoring Mrs Mary Ferguson was held Thursday evening in St. John's Hi.11. Mary Ferguson will be married this month to Maurice Froehle. Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Arliss and Mr and Mrs Ben Dorr of St. Benedict attendee! a family picnic at the Rosalee Dorr home in Mason City Sunday. Mr and Mrs Mathson of Peterson la. spent several days with their daughter, Mrs Raymond Menkc and family. Mrs I. F. Engesser and Mrs Clarence McGuire and son Pa), spent from Friday until Tuesday with relatives in Wisconsin. Mr and Mrs Harvey Hendriek- son and son of Washington, D. C. are spending their vacation at the home of her parents. Mr and Mrs C. C. Inman and relatives. LEDYARD NEWS Rev. Victor Vriesen returned last week Saturday from a Mission for Ministers. He represented the Northern Synod of the Evangelical and R e f o r m e d church. This conference which was sponsored by the National Council ol Churches was a conference on Evangelism and was held at the Baptist Assembly Grounds at Green Lake, Wis. Mr and Mrs Mike Munyer and family of Minneapolis wore weekend visitors at the Charles Bashara home. Sunday evening the Basharas and the Mike, Edward and Fred Munyer families had a picnic at Elmore park. Mrs Frank Kelly accompanied Mr and Mrs Arden Anderson to their home in Cook, Minn, where she will make an extended visit. Mr and Mrs George Thompson of Ledyard and Lottie Mason (a cousin) of LuVerne left the first part of last week for a two week vacation in the Black Hills, Yellowstone and the Rockies in Colorado. Portland Twp, By Mrs. Victor Fitch Little Nancy Larson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lewis Larson, was five years old, Aug. 9. A group of her little cousins and play mates gathered to help celebrate. Mrs Roger Page brought Hannah Benke home from the hopsital Friday morning. Little Barbara Page is staying at her grandparents. Mi- and Mrs Louis Bartlett. for a few days. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy and Mr and Mrs G. A. Hix visited Sunday evening at the Martin Zimmermann home in Whittemore. Miss Mary Ann Bartlett came home Thursday evening. And two of her girl friends. Myrna Conn- nick and Delia Block, student nurses at Albert Lea spent Saturday afternoon till Sunday evening with her. The girls were here for the big Indian Day celebration. Supper guests at the Lloyd BANCROFT LIONS IOWA STATE LEAGUE Games This Week AT HOME AUGUST 20 ESTHERVILLE AUGUST 21 STORM LAKE AUCTION SAL Friday Aug. 19 Dwelling in the Village of Elmore Known as the Bert Donovan home in west Elmore, will be sold at auction on the premises at 1:30 p.m. Friday, August 19th. TERMS: 25°<> down, balance upon confirmation of the Probate Court. 320 Acre Farm Choice farm known as the Joe Kuemmeth and Bert Donovan farm, will be sold on Friday, August 19th, at 2:30 p.m. on the premises. Buildings are all modern and in good condition. Farm located three miles west of Elmore. TERMS: 15°° down, balance on or before March 1st, 1956, upon confirmation by the Probate Court. Above property is being sold as advertised in the Elmore Eye on July 21st, 28th, and August 4th. Bert Donovan Estate and Joe Kuemmuth A. F. Weyer, Administrator, Elmore. Minn. P. C. Oldenburg & Milt Pringle. Auctioneers Tlnrtlctt's Saturday r-voning \vf'c Harriet Bcnken of Wesley and Janan Hellie of Chirks Grove, Minn. _, Captain Mary Kain of der- inany came home for a visit Thursday morning. She showed slides of Switzerland and Italy at a family gathering and picni" supper at her mother's, Mrs Mary Kain, Thursday evening. The Portland Progress Club will meet one day earlier this month on Wednesday. Aug. 24. at the Portland Community Hall. Hostesses are Francis Smith, Elgena Young and Vera File Roll call, "what I enjoyed mos at the Fair." Grandpa and Grandma S'oung .spent Sunday afternoon and Sunday night at the C. L. Yoiins home. If'j Here NOW/ NEW,TUBCLCSS "Royal-1" 3-TRANSISTOR HEARING AID Operatel i month nn nnt 154 "A" halitry! No "B" battery. Greater clarity! By Makers of Xcnilh TV and Radiol DEMONSTRATION & PERSONAL SHOWING Algona Hotel TUES. AUG. 23 9 A.M. TO 12 NOON Batteries and Service For Most Makes You Are Invited To Come In IOWA AUDIPHONE CO. 16 Years 611 Fleming Bldg.. D. M. Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer Imported RAG RUG Large 24"x45" size. Extra •durable . . . stonds hard wear. Bright multi-colored stnpcd pottern v,ith fringed edge. Many household uses . . . just fhc thing to send oloog to kindergarten for the youngsters. This rug usually sells (or more than double Ihis special low price! DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE Mr. and Mrs. Bill Amon HEINE'S BAYSIDE RESORT ON AGENCY BAY OF LEECH LAKE Modern Hskpg Cottages with gas heat apt. size ranges, refrig., deep freeze service. Dock and fish cleaning service. Safe Swimming Beach. Lakeside Recreation Building. Excellent road all the way from Algona. Phone 3074 or write: Heinle & Eloise Fisher, Walker, Minn. Look! BUNK BEDS COMPLETE WITH SPRINGS AND MATTRESSES Small Down Payment Puts This Set In Your Home! Use Them As Bunk Beds — or Separate Them And Use as Twin Beds! Space-saving, attractive solid maple bunk beds jusl as pictured . . . the entire set complete with coil springs and AC A mattresses for each unit ... for $77.00! Just the ticket for a boys room . . . for a children's room . for they can be used as bunk beds or just as easily as twin beds! See this set now on our floor! i STABUSHED 1925

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