The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 8, 1955 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 8, 1955
Page 9
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September 8,1955 Clic Slgonn Upper jWoines! September 8,1955 537 At St. John'* Bancroft—Public school started u week ago Monday and St. John s School opened Tuesday, Sept. 6, with the biggest enrollment in history. There were 53? registered opening day. GAS-TOONS KEN & LEO'S "Those are ihe FIRST SQUAWKS Leo ever had on his service." If you have reason to squawk about our service, it will be because if s TOO GOOD I I I KEN & ItO'S Phillips ''66" Service Phone 967 East State St. Art Bart left New Owner Of Titonka Cafe Tilonka—Mr and Mrs Arthur Bartlett have purchased the cafe recently owned by Mr and Mrs Otto DeWall and are closed for the present for remodeling but will be opened soon for business. Mr and Mrs Tom Loats were Thursday evening visitors of Mr and Mrs Fred Asche of Lakota. Mr and Mrs Ted VanHove and family, Mr and Mrs John Van- Hove and family of Rake, Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill and family, Mr and Mrs George Sachau and Phyllis and Leona Heitland of Buffalo Center gathered Sunday afternoon at the Henry VanHove home for a get-together in honor of Carroll VanHove who is home on furlough. He will leave for the west coast where he will be shipped for overseas duties, possibly in the Korean area. Mr and Mrs Tom Loats and Kenneth were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Jerry Wubben and family. Mr and Mrs Merle Miller of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Harold Cole, Dexter, Minn.; and Mr and Mrs Ernest Jesse, and Mr and Mrs Robert Nielson and Johnnie were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller Sunday. Mr and Mrs Henry VanHove and family were Thursday even- RUMMAGE SALE IN KOHLHAAS BLDG. - ACROSS FROM POST OFFICE SAT. SEPT. 10 Starting at 8:30 a.m. Sell till 3:30 p.m. Presbyterian ladies ing guests of Mr and Mrs Clarence Heitland and family of Buffalo Center. Miss Myrtle Sachau returried to her home in Chicago after a two week's stay with her brothers and sisters in Titonka. Mr and Mrs -Elmer Knock of Davis, S.D. were visiting last week at the home of their aunt, Mrs Lucy Newville and on Sunday they and Mrs Newville visited at the home of Mrs NewviOe's son and wife, Mr and Mrs Frank Newville of Mason City. Mr and Mrs Melvin Roppe, Mi and Mrs Arnold Tue of North" wood, Mr and Mrs Arnold Per* kins, Mr and Mrs Robert Nielson and Johnny, Mr and Mrs Sim« on Shirk, Lour Spilde and Rein-*' dert Spilde, all of Albert Lea were present for the sale on Saturday of Virgil and.Irene Miller's farm which was bought by Carl_ Geisking. They were also guestrf of Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller for the evening meal. Mrs A. S. Patrick of LoS Angeles, Cal., has been visiting; her brother and wife, Mr and Mrs 5 . Robert Lang the past week. ! Kenneth Loats, Frank Folkerts? and Eddie Wibben attended the?; State Fair on Thursday and Fri-f day of last week. Patsy Korte returned home with them for a weekend visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Korte. The Methodist W.S.C.S. will meet Wednesday Sept. 14. The' lesson will be given by Mrs Jay; Budiong and Mrs Glen Larsen will have the devotions. Hostesses are Mrs Joe Boekleman, Mrs David Bolie, Mrs Charles Beed and Mrs Lewis Larsen. The an- nual W.S.C.S. Chicken Supper will be held Wednesday, Sept. 21. The Good Hope Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday, Sept. 7, with Mrs Martin Sleeker, Mrs Ed Sleeker. Mrs Herman Welhousen and Miss Etta Stecker as hostesses. The topic for the afternoon was "The Flood" given by Mrs Harry Bartelt. Mr and Mrs Donald Multhauf are tho parents of a baby daughter born at the Mercy hospital in Mason City. Saturday, Sept. 3. They are also the parents of another daughter, Deborah. Mrs Amos Krominga arrived home Friday morning from Rockford, 111., where she had been caring for her new grandson, Daniel Gene Dunnivan, who was born Monday. Aug. 29. Roger Krominga and Mr Krominga had taken her by car to Rockford the Sunday previous. Mrs Dunnivan is the former Donna Krominga. Keith Bruns of Albuqurque, New Mexico, came Wednesday for a visit with his molher, Mrs Ollie Bruns and other relations in Titonka. He will leave Sunday and visit at Omaha with his brother, Dale and family before going back. Keith will start his senior year of college upon his return. Locker Plant Sold Livermore—Mr and Mrs Stanley Seger have sold their locker planl to Gerald Sprang of Rodman. He look possession Sept. 29. Mr and Mrs Seger have moved into the apartment in the rear of Dr. Rossing's building. Mr and Mrs Sprong have moved into the locker apartment. New Conservation Soil Man Here Lyle Riedinger, above, has been appointed as Work Unit Conservationist for the Kossuth County Soil Conservation District according to word received today from the U. S. Soil Conservation Service. Riedinger has been located at Sibley for the past two years. Prior to that he has worked at Osceola and Chariton with the Soil Conservation Service. Sidney Johnson, Conservation Aid, is also on the staff of the local office. Host of Swea City Young Folks Leaving For College Swea City—Probably tho largest contingont of college students ever to attend from this community at one time are leaving this month. Nearby junior colleges including Waldorf at Forest City and Estherville Junior College at Estherville have enrolled the following from Swea City: Dorothy Schaeffer, Allan Johnson, Darwin Looft at Estherville and Carol Miller and Shirley Stenzei at Waldorf. Kenneth Peterson returns to Upper Iowa at Fayettc, Lorraine Youngquist continues at Gustavus Adolphus. St. Peter. Minn., where her brother Donald, will be a freshman: Vaughn Uhr will be a sophomore at Bethel College, in St. Paul; Bill Christensen, Jr. goos to Coe College. Elizabeth Bell will leave soon for Creighton University, Jim Harner will be c sophomore in liberal arts at State University of Iowa. Others at State University of Iowa will be Henry Hammer, in dentistry; John Sanftner, freshman in art; Michael Ddlan, who will begin pre-medical studies; Don Johnson, and Donald Peterson. Those entering Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls will include SeDell Hammer, sophomore; Cheryl Torine, Rita Godfredsen, and Betty Schwartz. Alan Peterson will be at Gustavus Adolphus, Pat Martin at Graceland College, Lamoni; Dick Dahl at Luther College, Decorah; Don Funderburk at Iowa State college, Amos; and Kay Carmeart, Wheaton college, Whealon, 111. A few have already entered schools for further training, amona them Gail Ann Johnson, who enrolled in June in nurses training at Hamline University, St. Paul; Donna Johnson, who completed office training in Omaha, and is now doing office work in the Pentagon building in Washington, D. C.; and Dick Emery, who finished a course at Midland Linotype school in Charles City and is employed by the Swea City Herald. Gary Gabel returns to Gustavus Adolphus, Jim Gardner to Iowa State Teachers College, Mary Jo Weber to Ames, John Erickson will be graduated from Ames at the end of the fall quarter, and John Lundquist and Lenier Emerson will resume studies at State University of Iowa. Margaret Anderson is also returning to Gustavus Adolphus as a physical education major. Mr and Mrs Glenn Clark are parents of a son born Sept. 1 at a Bancroft nursing home. The baby weighed IVz pounds and is the Clark's fifth child and second son. <^8vt Week-end Shopping Tip J, wES • • YOUR FRIENDLY STORE • • s From Each (400 Count) Regular 32c fc KLEENEX Buy One Tube Colgate or Palmolive SHAVING CREAM At Regular Price — Brushless or Lather Get Bottle of v Colgate or Palmolive SHAVE LOTION FREE Buy One "Seaforth" STICK DEODORANT - And Get One tfT Save 29c on Two! 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