The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1955 · Page 34
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 34

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1955
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fc-AI§6«a (la ) Upper D6s Melties Thursday, Sept. t, 19SS Lakota School Began Monday, JJ.CooUupt, Lakola—School started Aug. 29 with Supt. John W. Cook beginning his 12th year; Mrs Arthur J Endlong. Home Economics: 3ra year: V. A. Barett. B;md and Manuel Training. 9th year; Russell TpPc?kp. 3rd year and Roberl Logo and Sherman Waters and Margaret Murphy, music, arc newcomers. Grade teachers are Joanne Holrnseth of Frost. Minn., 6th; Manis Ulvenep? of Lake Mills, 3rd. new; Patricia Smith, Estherville. 5th; Evelyn Bourgesen. Armstrong. 2nd: Mis Lee AK'vard Swea City. 4th; Virgil Ann Ehlert Blue Earth, first grade: Shirley Miller. Led yard. 3rd: and Mrs Francis Deim, Swea City, kinder garten. Rev. and Mrs T. J. Loats and family of Hospers visited the Andrew Jansen and Hugh Lewis families the past week. Mr and Mrs Elmer Victor ol Iowa City concluded a few days Visit Wednesday with their daughter, Mrs Robert Beemer and family. Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse and Paul have returned from their vacation trip through Arizona and Colorado. Russell. Harry and Alma Mileham have returned from a month's visit . at their former home in Lincoln, 111. While there they were guests of their brother, Mr and Mrs Elmer Mileham, who also brought them back to Lakota. Mr and Mrs A. C. Schissel. Joe and Sue have concluded their summer vacation at their cottage on Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland and Gerald, Richard Paulsen and Janet Smith visited from Thursday until Sunday in Yankton, South Dakota with Mr and Mrs Larry Stofford. Larry's parents, Mr and Mrs Edw. Stofford and daughter Mae, were also there from Galena, 111. Mr and Mrs Alvin Boettcher and children and Alvin's mother, Mrs Henry Boettcher have returned home from California where they visited the Clarence Boettcher family at Mountain view. Clarence is a son of Mr and Mrs Henry Boettcher. Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray left Saturday for a three week vacation through Colorado and they will also visit their daughter Kay in Superior. Ariz . Miss Marlys Johnson has returned to her work %s Secretary in the Junior High School in Mason City. She had spent a three week vacation with her parents. Mr and Mrs Edward Nelson of Brainerd. Minn, visHed the former's sister. Mrs Anna Ogren, Aug. 21. Mrs George Hamtnel of Kingston, New York is a guest of her sister, Mrs Guy Beemer. Recent visitors of the Beemers were Mr and Mrs Jule Ness of Elk Point, South Dakota. Mrs Ness isi also a sister of Mrs Beemer. Lena Bigings, 80, Died August 29 rd was received by William Bigings early Monday morning of the death of his sister, Mrs Lena Young of Ben- sfVnville. 111. Mrs Young, the former Lena Bigings, was 80 years nf age and passed away 3:30 a.m. Monday, Aug. 29, in 'a hospital there after many years of ill health. They were the children of the late Mr and Mrs Carl Bigings early residents here. Thl» leaves William Bigings last survivor of his family. . Mrs Young is survived by one daughter, Marie, Mrs Walter Knicker with whom she made her home. Many nieces and nephews survive, one of whom is Mrs Wilson Legler of Lu Verne. Ftrnc'ral rites and burial will lake place in Behsenville, Thursday, Sept. 1. Burt4-HWon 28 Blue Ribbons The Burt Bluebird 4-H girls chalked up an enviable record during the recent Kossuth County Fair, as the 14-girl group took a total of 28 blue ribbons. Fifteen blue ribbons were awarded on exhibits, nine on record books, one on their booth and one to the junior demonstration team. Gertrude Kahler won a blue ribbon for her style revue dress and Pamela Andrews got one for her housecoat project. She will appear at the state fair. The club also won 17 red ribbons and two white ribbons during the event. SPONTANEOUS IGNITION! OF MAY 15 A NO. I. CAUSE OF BARN Fll TAKE THESE SAFETY STEPS Elaine Bruellman, Ottosen, To Be Bride On Sept. 10 Ottosen—Elaine Bruelfrnan Was honored at a miscellaneous shower Saturday, evening ,jp. the Commercial Club Building. Miss Brut'llman is the daughter of,Mr and Mrs George BfUellman ahd will be married Sept. .10 at 6;'30 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Whittemore to Bernard Wichtendahl. son of Mr and Mrs Geo. Wiehtendahl of West Bend. Before the bride-to-be opened her gifts, a short program was presented. Martha Ushe'r accompanied at the piano by Mrs Merle Holt sang Bless This House followed by a reading by Mfs'Loran Daniel. Priscilla Holt played a flute solo "Always", and "The Desert Song." She vvas ac'tom panied at the piano by Judy Struthers. Mrs Knut Oppedahl read "A Bride's Difficulties." Assisting with the gifts were Mrs Donald Bruellman, Mrs Harley Bruellman, Mrs Eugene Bruellman and Emogene Wiehten- dahl. Selma Wiehtendahl was in charge of the guest book. The gift table was decorated in the bride-to-be's chosen colors of blue and .coral. The waitresses were Marilyn Larson, Caroline Banwart, Maxine Bauer and Janice Vinaas. Each was given an apron made in blue with coral trim. Hostesses were Mrs Mike Coyle, Mrs Eugene Hofius, Mrs Martin Meyer, Mrs Clarence 'Bauer, Mrs Ed Kemna, Mrs Roy Telford, Mrs Chester Alme, Mrs Donald Larson and Mrs Howard Hellickson. IMJ 1 r. \ <t/ / /i'" DO WOT PUT UP WET 'OR GREEN WAV., 'SPREAD 4W EVENLY IN MOW, ^ REPAIR LEAKY- BARN ROOF ^ •^ i ZU£> -LTL T r r Vacation Trips End Several local residents took short vacation trips returning this past week. Mr and Mrs Loran Daniel and son Douglas and Mrs Hattie Daniel went to Kansas City, Mo. returning Wednesday afternoon. They visited at the Donald Daniel home there. Mrs Hattie Daniel remained for a visit. Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards returned home Monday evening after a two week trip to Seattle, Wash., where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Glen Norman. Glenda Norman had been visiting at the Richards home for six weeks and she returned home with them. En- route to Seattle they drove the northern route. Coming home they drove the southern route through Oregon and Wyomfng. Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz returned home Monday evening from a trip to Minnesota. They visited the Charles Stucke home at Osakis, Minn., the Vincent Shaffer home at Butterfield, Minn, and the Gordon Sagge tome at Windom, Minn. The latter two men and Mr Salz were army buddies. Mr and Mrs Charles Salz of Whittemore stayed with the Vincent Salz children and took care of the farm chores. Mr and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl and family drove to Frost, Minn. Sunday where they visited at the Ronald WiUmert home. The Will- merts were former residents of Ottosen. P. W. O. Elects Mrs W. E. Hundertmark was elected president of the Presbyterian Women's Organization at the regular meeting Friday afternoon with Mrs Eugene Hofiut and Mrs W. G. Cooper as hostesses. Other officers elected were: Mrs Louis Kelley, virc president; Mrs Eugene Hofius. secretary; and Mrs Essie Cooper, treasurer. Mrs W. G. Cooper was elected pianist. Progressive Club The Progressive Club will hold the first meeting for the new year Thursday afternoon, Sept. 8, ai the home of Doris Shipley, Mr.- Ralph Richards will have the lesson, Mrs K. R. McLuen will have recreation and roll call will be Vacation Memories. Sunday evening a group gathered at the Raymond Wehrspann home for supper to honor Mrs E. J. Tvler and sons of Sacramento, Cal., who have been visiting here the past six weeks. Mrs i vJt-M- and Mrs Wehrspann are sisters. James McLuen, son of Mr and Mrs K. R. McLuen is now taking his basic training at Camp Chaf- fee. His wife is staying with her parents at Perry. Pastor and Mrs Harold Moun- tain.returned home Friday evening from a five day trip to Leeds, N. D., r where they visited her parents. Returning home with them for a week's visit were Mrs Mountain's mother, Mrs Oscar Larson, and a niece, Susan Larson. Mrs Richard Kinseth celebrated tier birthday Sunday, Aug. 28, and guests that afternoon in her honor, at the Kinseth home were Mr and Mrs Robert Naeye and son, Donald, of Dakota City, Mr and Mrs James Barber and family of West Bend; Mr and Mrs M. O. Kinseth and Susan of Algona; and Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth. The family of Mrs Rena Enockson met for a picnic at the park at Blue Earth, Minn., Sunday, Aug. 21. Mrs Mike Coyle celebrated her birthday, Monday, Aug. 29. Sunday Mr and Mrs Coyle were dinner guests at the home of a son- in-law ;and daughter, Mr and Mrs Donald Brandhoij at Bradgate. Mr and Mrs Harold Dugan and ^daughter Becky and son Bobby of Gilson, 111. were overnight guests at the Mike Coyle home Wednesday. A family dinner at the Roy Telford home Sunday included Mr and Mrs Frank Telford and a grandson, Bruce Telford, and'Mr and Mrs Ed Stepala of Waterloo: Mrs Louise Hanson of Lattimar; Mr and Mrs Edward" VonBank and family of Rolfe; Mr and Mr? Deanne Telford and family, LeRoy Worby, and Mrs Caroline Teiford and Lawrence Telford. Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper ana family attended a family dinner Sunday at the MaDean Ludwig home at West Bend to celebrate the birthdays of Nancy Jensen. Larry Ludwig, and Deborah Sue Waite. Mrs DeVere Newton's mother, Mrs S. Lenning of Dakota City celebrated her birthday Monday. Aug. 29. Sunday evening hei family gathered at her home for a picnic supper in her honor. Mr and Mrs Arne Hanson and Carol of Badger and Mr and Mrs Alfred Vaag of Bode and grandchildren Kathy and Danny Bartelson of Forest City visited Sunday afternoon at the Olaf Bruvik home. Mrs Archie Struthers and daughter, Karen and Kathy, of Oakdale visited from Sunday until Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs W. E. Hundertmark. Mrs Slruthers returned to Oakdale Wednesday. The girls remained for a longer visit. Mr and Mrs Merton Larson and family, ql Lone Rock and the Alfred 'Bchultz family enjoyed a picnic supper at the Schultz home Sunday evening. Mrs Essie Cooper returned home Monday after spending the weekend at Spirit Lake with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Archie Hanson. Mr and Mrs Hollie Cooper and family visited at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Alfred Jensen at Rodman Thursday evening, klpyd remained for a few days visit.' Tuesday evening visitors at the Copper home were Mt and Mrs MaDeart Ludwig ahd family of West Bend. '• Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz and family vjsited at the George Kjar home at West Bend. Richard Salz: who had been visiting there three or four days returned home with his parents. Saturday evening the Salz family were at the Joe Loeback home at Whittemore. Mrs Ray Hauge'n of Algona, Mr? Pearl Hanson of Whittemore and Miss Wanda Hanson of Spencer called at the Ted Underberg home Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Mrs Willis King attended funeral services for Mrs Theo Johnson at LuVerne Saturday afternoon. Mrs H. J. Classick and daughter Carolyn of Belmond were Friday supper guests at the Percy Watnem home. Mr and Mrs Richard Skiver of Little Rock, la. spent Wednesday and Thursday visiting at the Saiii Kropf home. Wednesday evening they were supper guests at the Jesse VanBuskirk home as were Mr and Mrs Lee Holt and family of Spencer. Mr Skiver was depot agent at Ottosen 28 years ago. ' " •Mr and Mrs Merle Holt and family visited Sunday evening at the John Mullins home at Corwith. Mr and Mrs Ralph Richard-s and Mrs Clara Solberg attended funeral services for Mrs Gus Vohs at West Bend Saturday' afternoon. Mrs Paul Berninghaus of Rodman was a Sunday dinner guest at the parental : Antone Speich home. Mr and Mrs Peter Dahlhausei of Whittemore and Mrs George Stewart and family of Phoenix, Ariz, visited Thursday evening at the Antone Waechfer home. Sunday evening the Antone Wne- chter family visited at the Paul Dahlhauser home at West Bend. Mr and Mrs W. H. Wehrspann Ifff, Friday for n visit with their son nnd 'family, Rev. and' Mrs Elmer Wehrspann and family at Aurelia. Mr and Mrs Tom Olson of Bode and Mrs Helen Rasmusscn visited Sunday evening at the Donald Usher home. . • Mrs Bertha Oppedahl and Mr and Mrs Bjarne Oppedahl and family of Fort Dodge were Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Knut Oppedahl home. Nancy Hellickson of Marshalltown spent the weekend at the parental, Howard Hellickson home. Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson and Carol visited at the Clifford Jones home. CABLE A hundred rural families near Rock Valley were without phone service for a day, reccnty. A bull-dozer, at work near the town hall, cut a phone cable. Coal mines have been burning in Pennsylvania since the time of the Civil War. Hanson Family Reunion Ollosen—A Hanson family reunion was held Sunday at the Good Hope Church near Algona with about 65 relatives attending, from Minnesota and Iowa. Attending, from here were Mr and Mrs Roy" Telford, Mr >'a'nd Mrs Deanne Telford ahd family, M» and Mrs Edward Zinnel and daughter Leslie Ann, and Mr and Mrs Louis Jncobson and family. Do You NEED NEW <f WAREHOUSE PRICES! >Fo»T DODGE IRON 8. METAL PHONE 22941 5 FORT DODGE, IOWA Mode by KRAFT from the one ond only MIRACLE WHMP and special fickle relishes _ r &hdwich Spread (OR COMPOUNDS TO PREVENT OVERHEATING CH :CK MOW TEMPERATURES DWLV, PRiVlMG A GAS PIPE INTO HAY AMD LOWERING THERMOMETER.,, IF THERMOMETER READ5 OVER 180 CAU "FIRE DEPARTMENT-AMP Kossuth Mutual Insurance Assn. SCUFFHAM, Sec'y. 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