The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 1, 1955 · Page 35
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 35

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 1, 1955
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September 1,1955 &lgona tipper Bcsi September 1,1955 w< Bend To Be Host At District Creamery Meeting SEPTEMBER SPECIAL SET Of TWO Ironing Board ~ Covers Total 65 Car Sales, County, In Two Weeks New car and truck sales picked up from Aug. 10 to Aug. 24. as 65 were registered with the county treasurer. New vehicles belon* to: Chevrolet —Everds Bros., truck Algona: Roger Krominga. La kota; E. C. McMahon, Algona Vern Muller. Whitternore; Georg< Seaberg, pickup. We'sley; R. C. Stevens, truck, Swea City; Al- Smoothly f!n!ih«d. Backed with high qualify flannel. • Edged with rubber tension tape for • mooth, tight fit. • Designed to fit all standard 54-inch folding ironing boards. GET YOURS TODAY You'll need o new one soon REGULAR *J.39 VALUE For Sef of Two KOHLHAAS HARDWARE Ed and Pat Cullen OUR OWN HARDWARE •-_ f/cnt/i 64*-u£ of Stogie PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Friday, Sept. 2 KENNY HOFER Sunday, Sept. 4 VANCE DIXON Friday, Sept. 9 ANDY DOLL Sunday, Sept. 11 DON HOY Friday, Sept. 16 VIKINGS No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 bert Johnson, truck, Corwith: E. N. Goche, Bancroft; H. W. K'itz- inger; Ole Kvamsdale, Swea City; Erling Rasmussen, Swea City; Peter Bachhian. West Bend; Arthur Elbert, Whitternore; Richard Elsbecker, Bancroft; Lester Hagt-n, Titonka: Lee Alward, Swea City; and William Roeber, Whiltemore. Ford—Gertrude Faulstick. Algona; J. H. Rhoda, Jr., Elmore; Henry Mayland, Jr., Titonka; Druggists' Mutual, Algona: L. C. Olson. Algona; C. F. Mogensen, Swea City: R. P. Winter, Algona; Impact Milling Co.. truck, Burt; Carl Hoernke. Burt; H. W. Schwartz. Swea City: Richard Shell- meyer. Whitternore; E. G. Klocko, Swea Citv; Ruby and Mar> Murtha, Algona: F". E. Kent, Algona: Earl Preston. Armstrong; Don Shirley. Algona; Henry Spear. Titonka: C. W. Miller, Bancroft; W. D. Ley, Lakota; Rose and O. H. Stoeber, Fenton: J. L. Sparks. Algona; F. J. Wadleigh, Algona. Pontiac—Oscar Kassebaum, Algona: Forrest Rasmussen, Wesley: D. V. Benson, Swea City: Mary A. Lynch, Ledyard: C. E. Mahrt, Algona; Donald Frederick, Al- sona; Fred Baugartner, Lu- Verne; Luther Fairbanks, Jr., Burt. Buick—W. C/ Smith. Algona; Harold Reding, Bode; S. W. IOWA'S WONDER SHOWPLAC1 The SURF CLEAR LAKE , IOWA FRIDAY, SEPT. 2nd RIDGE RIDERS SATURDAY, SEPT. 3rd HENRY CHARLES And His Orchestra Sun. & Mon., Sept. 4 8t 5 JULES HERMAN And His Orchestra WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 71h Teenage Dance SUNDAY, SEPT. llih The Idol of Ihe Air-Lanes JAN GARBER And His Orchestra Bruchhziusen, Lakota. Chrysler—C. C. Sorensen, Corwith. . Dodge — Fred Will, Corwilh: Harold Hesvick, Swea City: R. E. Fuchs, Bancroft. Olds — Milford Plathe. Irvington: O. H. Linde. Swea City; E. C. Knary, LuVerne. Studebaker—Frances Eason, Al- gonn. Nash—W. J. Martinek, Wesley; DuWayne Klein, Algona. Mercury—H. J. Kbhlhaas, Algona. Packard — Fred rtasmussen, Wesley. Inlernaiional — J. II. Menke. Bancroft/ 150 At Picnic At Hand's Park A fun-fur-all picnic at Hand's Park was enjoyed by 150 persons from Bancroft] Ledyard, Whitte- nvire and Algona Sunday. Principal feature of the day was a large picnic dinner at noon. Preceding fhe dinner, the sons beat the fathers by one run in a baseball game. Races provided the after-dinner enjoyment. First place winners were Art Ristau, men; Harold Menke, boys: Dale Berninghaus. little boys: Mrs R. T. Smith, women: Joyce Menke, girls; and Jean Carman, little girls. The group then participated in water sports. They played water tag. then a series of contests were held. Mrs Rudy Berninghaus won the log riding contest: Mr? Al Menke stayed underwater the longest: Mrs Duane Carman swam the farthest underwater: Mrs Les Wildin swam the greatest distance; Mrs Art Menke was the champion diver: and L. M. Miller and Ralph Menke tied in the men's race. The small children gave the swings and slides a good workout during the day. Women of Moose •• • • lliiT of the Moose will meet this evening. Thursday, Sept. 1, at the lodge rooms. Regular meeting of the Moose lodge will be held Sept. 8. Algonan Heads Promotion Work, Christian Education Roy Mathison, a graduate of Algona high school in 1937, and his family, were visitors last week in Algona, at the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Kuchynka, parents of Mrs Mathison. The former Algona man wrs recently named promotion director of the Child Evangelism Fellowship, and is now located at Pacific Palisades. Cal. after four years' as stale promotion director for the same organization in Arizona. He is doing the same type of work but on an international basis. The Fellowship engages in interdenominational work in Christian education and specializes in reaching children through publications, films, slides and art work, and helping them to become interested in the church of their choice. Roy just returned from a Christian book seller's convention in Washington, D. C. His wife and four children preceded him here two weeks ago. and he flew to Washington, then back to Des Moines. After a trip into Minnesota and Wisconsin the family will drive back to California, sometime this week. Mathison put his interest in art work to its first practical use, he recalls, when he did all the theatre art and poster work for Roy Malhison N. C. Rice when he ran the local theatres. Later he was with the Louis F. Dow Co. of St. Paul, and for the past five years has been with the Child Evangelism Fellowship. Roy is a son of Mr and Mrs P. V. Mathison, for.mer Algona resident. School Unit Of F-Bureau Named Kossuth County Farm Bureau Board appointed a school's committee for the purpose of studying the new school re-organization laws and to help gather information and facfs that can be given to the local people. This committee is composed of: Mrs Raymond Carlson, chairman Wesley; Mrs Randall Clark. Algona; Mrs Swen Larson, Buffalo Center: Carl Swanson, LuVerne: Ted Wallentine. Ledyard, Tom Kettelson, West Bend; Ted Jensen, Lone Rock; Harvey C. Larsen. Armstrong. "Carbon, carburetors, pistons, fuel lines... they mean nothing to me. So it's rather pointless to go into detail about the 5 features of your New 5-D Gasolene. But I do know that your wonderful gasolene gets me started instantly... never embarrasses me with traffic light stalling .. . gives me all the power I could possibly use ... and a tankful seems to last forever. "Really, Gentlemen, that's all 1 have to know about your New 5-D to make me sure that it's the gasolene for my car."* V ., This group will attend a District meeting to be held at Mason City on September 8th. Mrs G. L. Vohs, West Bend, Dies Mrs G. L. Vohs died at he' home Thursday in West Bend She had suffered a stroke two weeks ago. Funeral services were Saturday at 1:30 in the home and at 2 p.m. in the First Methodist Church. "West Bend. Rev. D. D. Samuelson of Kanawha, formerly of West Bend, officiated. Mrs Vohs was the widow of the late G. L. Vohs, longtime West Bend drug store operator. He died two years ago. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs D. P. Grettie. Chicago; and a son Carl, of West Bend, and current operator of the drug store. Burial was at West Bend. TT JHf HIGH COMMISSION G4 $01 ME OF THff / OUTSTANDING!,,.fOR NIW AND OLD CARS YEAR! ALIKE Citie; Service 5-D Premium EXTRA HIGH OCTANE • ANTI-CARION • ANTI-STAUING • ANTI-RUST • UPPIR-CYMNDi* LUBRICANT T.S.— Clet s pre-holiday oil change and chassis lubrication at your Cities Service Dealer's today 1 WALLY PIKAL Support Prices One Of Topics Next Tuesday Presidents, directors, managers and owners of creameries of Dickinson. Clay, Buena Vista, Emmet, Palo Alto. Pocahontas. Kossuth and Humboldt counties will meet at the Legion building. West Henri, on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. (!. ; ,t 1:30 according to Charles Thatcher. Director of the Iowa Creameries Association for this area. "This is one of nine such meetings being held during September for the purpose nf discussing the present Hairy situation with the local creamery officials", says Thatcher," and tr> make recommendations for the future" Dr. Wallace Ogg of the Agricultural Economics Department, Iowa State College, will review the results of the dairy support programs and explain the various proposals which have been made to Congress for revising them for next year. Dr. V. If. Nielsen. Dairy Industry Dept., Iowa State College, will present recommendation:', which have been made by Dairy Industry leaders and committees for a long time dairy program in Iowa. This will include the problems of increased marketings of milk from the farms, regulations for standards for milk for manu facture and the quality standards required for milk and milk products. A third program speaker will be J. S. Quist, Executive Secretary of the? Iowa Creameries Association, who will report on changes in dairy legislation both State and National. Mr Thatcher states that the creamery officials are being asked to bring some of their producer patrons to these meetings. After the various issues have been discussed, a vote will be taken on the features wanted or not wanted. Those issues dealing with support, programs will be summarized and presented to the agricultural committees of Congress. "Farm support programs are for the producers", says Thatcher, "and through our local creameries we are attempting to get the opinions of as many Iowa dairy producers as possible." Burt Circles Planning Annual Church Bazaar Burt — The W. S. C. S. of the Methodist Church will hold its annual bazaar and dinner in the month of September with committees as follows: Ticket sellers, Florence Geilenfeld and Ada Me-. Farland: Checkers, Mayme Schroder and Lillian Sheldon; Dinner hostess and number caller, Jessie Chafee and Lorena Soderberg; Dining room, Elsie Lockwood and Wantalee Hawcott assisted' by Benita Mitchell, Mary Baer, Leona Lovstad, Blanche Long, Shirley Lovstad, Hazel Teeter, Marilyn Johnson. Velam Cook, Beulah Davis, Jean Lockwood, Nndine Bonney, Marion Westling, M. J. Andrews, Charlotte Richards, Toots Hoppus and Harrift Black: Kitchen, Edna Smith and Claudia Ri-utzel assisted by Ella Sigsbee, Charlotte Habeger, Marie Parsons, Ha/el Larson, Alice Cole. EH'ie Tffter, Helen Schwiotert, Heerdt, Mary Sarchet, Smith. Eva Leeper, Beth Vera Sehwietert, Minerva Gladys Hawcott, Muriel man, Florence Schichtl, . Graham, Elva Simpson, and Nellie Clark. There will be several booths as well as a Kiddie Korner. Lillian Ethel Miller, Curtis, Acker- Clara State and Phillips St. Hutzell's Cities Service Algona, Iowa Your CARNATION Cottage Cheese THIS WEEK-END t t t At Your Grocer's At Kin's Services Mr and Mrs Jay Graham accompanied Mr and Mrs John Em- rherts of Mason City to Rothsey. Minn., recently where they attended last rites for Frank "Mor- ru, a brother-in-law of Mrs Graham. The Grahams had visited Mr Morris earlier this summer. Birthday Circle Met Birthday Circle met with Lizzie Giddings Thursday at'u-moun, August 25 with 11 members attending. Mrs Humstreet wa.s a guest. The next meeting will be withJiilda Gross, Irma Doege will have; devotions and Lottie Isen- Ix-rger the program. Farewell Party A farewell picnic for Mr and Mrs WooLston was held at the J. L. Miller home Monday evening 1; a week. Mr Woolston was the superintendent of the Younglove Construction company in charge of building the elevator here. Attending were members of the elev: tor force and their families. Pic- ti.res were shown after the supper by Dale Lockwood. Ames Gr»du»rion Mr and Mrs W. Boettcher attended graduation exercises at Ames on Friday as their son William David Boettcher received bis Masters Degree.

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