The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 15, 1955 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 15, 1955
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fi-Alcjeno (In.) Upper D« Moines Thursday, Sept. 15, 1955 Esther Mogler Of Whiffemore Weds Sunday WhiHemore — Sunday afternoon. Sept. 11. Esther LaVonne Mogler of Algona. daughter ol Mr and Mrs Sam Mogler of Whittrmoro: and Fred E. Williams Jr. of Algona: son of Dr. F. Williams Sr.. of Duncombe. Iowa., were united in wedlock in a double ling ceremony in the Methodist church in Algona. Rev. Whyto officiating. The bride, wore an ;mkle length dress of white taffeta and nylon with Chantilly lace over skirt with fitted bodice. Her fingertip illusion tulle veil with scalloped edging, was caught to her crown tierra adorned with seeded pearls. She wore pearl ear- tings and carried a bouquet of orchids and setphanotis on a white Bible, which was a gift from the bridegroom. Her sister. Lucinda Mogler, was bridesmaid, and Robert Williams of Duncombe attended his brother as best man. Mrs Vaughn Rising played the nuptial music and accompanied Gene Zender. soloist. Eldon Hovey and Dick Norton were the ushers. A buffet supper was held at the home of the bride's parents for GO guests. hostess was Melva Anlikcr; guest book. Verlas Mogler, Sa- bctha, Kan. Bernice Mogler of Fort Dodge cut the cake; and Janette Mogler and Ruby Zaugg poured. Gifts were in charge of Marjorie Mogler and Eunice Gehring of Lester Iowa and Elgin, la. Buffet servers were Mrs Martin Esslinger, Carol Grimm, Marlyn Schmidt, Guyle Banwart and Elsie Banwart. Receptionists w ere Mildred Mogler, Bevei ly Gerber, Mrs Robert Williams "and Velda Peters and cooks were Mrs Wuitei Zaugg, Mrs Silas Banwart. Mrs Eli Grimm and Mrs Arnold Metzgar. Others who extended their help included Chrystal Schmidt, Mrs Erwin Gerber, Mrs John Scuffham, Mrs Erwin Mogler, Marie Metzgar, Florence Banwart, Mrs Richard Schmidt and Darlene Metzgar. The young couple left on a two week's wedding trip in the west and upon their return home they will live at 8',-j E. State St. in Algona. The bride attended Whitternore Public School and graduated here, and Mr Williams is a graduate of Duncombe high school. Mr and Mrs H. R. Zumach, Mr and Mrs Otto Ruhnke, Mrs Aurelia Leinenger of here; Mr and Mrs Arthur Rusch of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs W. A. Rusch of Ft. Dodge; Mr and Mrs Oliver Lent?, of Sac City; and Alvin Ruhnke of Yuma, Ariz, helped Mr and Mrs Nick Gsiigler celebrate their birthdays Sunday evening. Alvin Ruhnke of Yuma, Ariz. 'is visiting here at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Otto jiunnKe ana wim relatives in Algona and Lotts Creek. They were all dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnkt Sunday. Mrs Mathilda Meyer visited Sunday at the home of her daughter ;,nd family, Mr and Mrs Allied Bruhn at Depew. 80th Birthday Of Church At Swea Swea City — The 80th anniversary of the founding of the 1m- inanuel Lutheran Church her'. 1 will be observed with special services Sunday, Sept. 18. Pastor Vendell Olson ot Moorhead, Minn. who served the congregation as a .-ludent pastor in 1927 and 1928 will be the guest speaker at the he will speak on the subject "Building tor Eternity" ami alsi at the afternoon service at 2:30 when his, .subject will be "The Days Ot Your Life." A .special Anniversary Choir will Miii; and there will be other tpc-cial music. Short Greeting.-? by P. A. Holcomb, Mrs Oscai Linde and A. D. Van Norman will be given. repr:.-.M-nt)ng the On Sept. 17. 1K75, the Swedish Evangelical Lutheran Xiun congregation v, a? organized in Swea Township This was. 17 years before the town ot Swea City was established. In ! 900 tho David's Lutheran church was organized in town, and these two congregations merged in 1929 forming the pn-sent Immanue! Lutheran congregation. The Bethlehem 1. u t h '.• r a n Church orgaui.'cd uy people ol Norwegian Lutheran descent in 190-1, merged with the I'nmanucl congregation in 19-ji It is of m- lere-st to note that a p.-.rt of UK present church s.t:ui. lure wa.- purchased Irom a Gei man Lu tlieran congregation ;ii 1902. which disbanded after existence. The congregation h; steady growth and with i ception of 13 conf;:nied n; Sunday. Sept. 11. the uu ship rtbched 50-4 cuniirmed bers and 180 chi;dren ' r of 6ci4 souls- v Last sp;:ng the ci.nyr, voted to build a new chart when suffic'-nt lunds are ii building wili s'Hrt A- Maich $61.000 have i,..-ui -, ed duiing the la; t 12 ;. i-a The present pa.-tor. Voungquisl has si-rvi.-i gregation since Jui;, 1 tr.< c 1945. 150 At Hereford Ass'n Field Day Cuttle judging and a weight guessing contest were highlights of the North Iowa Hereford Association Field Day. About 150 people attended the Sept. 10 affair held at the Joseph A. Skow farm. Wesley, and the P. M. Christenson and Son fani), Lone Rock. Judging was in charge of Ken Folk, secretary of the Iowa Beet Producers association and Lyle Roberts of the Hereford Journal, Kansas City, Mo. They also gave type information and a carcass- cutting demonstration. Winners in the judging contests were: Ralph Lesch, Osage; Wm McArthur and Dick Dunn, Mas:m City; Mrs Dick Dunn; Mrs Ed Oldaker, Eagle Grove; Mrs Wilbur Witte. Hampton; Kay Lesch, Osage; Kay Curran, Mason City: Marilyn Skow, Wesley. Also Dick Kuecker, Algona: James Bicrstcdt, Whittemorv; Bob Wagner. Hampton. Weightguessing: Wm. McArthur, Mason City and Homer Dean, Cleai Lake. Door prizes went to Streit, Osage; Mrs Arthui ther, Osage and David Clear Lake. Special prizes were awarded to the John Boedeker family of Rockwell and to Mr and Mrs Lyle Roberts. Members of the field day committee were the Glee Wagners, Hampton; Ralph Leschs, Osage; Roy Hansens, Northwood and Ernest Brunsvold, K e n s e 11. Joseph A. Skow: was in charge, assisted by Mi 1 and Mrs. Don McArthur. Jerry Win- Punk. C. W. Bjustroms Silver Wedding At LuVerne One hundred and thirty-seven guests called in the home of Mr and Mrs C. W. Bjuslrorn at Lu- Verne to honor Mr and Mrs Bjustrom on their 25th wedding anniversary, Sunday, Sept. 4. Pouring at the lovely decorated table was Mrs Roy Bjustrom of Algona and Mrs Lawrence Bjustrom of Stratford. Mrs Harley Rusher cut and served tho decorated cake. Attending from Algona were Mrs Ellen Bjustrom, M. D Bjustrom, Mrs Bessie Walker, Arthur Locke, Mr and Mrs Otto Westling and Verla, Mr and Mrs Jess Hill,, Mrs Violet Walker, Mr and Mrs O'rville Holdren, Mr and Mrs Russell Walker, Mr and Mrs Frank Moulton, Kay Susan and Phyllis Moulton, Mr and Mrs R. O. Bjustrom and Mr and Mrs Otto Harlan. Also in attendance were Mr and Mrs Jens Schult/. of Liver- inure, Mr and Mrs Emer Schultz of Hardy: Mr and Tvlrs V. A. Hoi- strum oi' Boone; Mr and Mrs Goron Holstrum and Gary of Stanhope; Mr and Mrs Robert Wal- kei of West Bend; Mr and Mrs Lewis Broesder of Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Cecil Bjustrom, Chas., Harold and Frances of Whitte- inore; Mr and Mrs Arie Dittmer jf Burt; Mr and Mrs Henry Schutz of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Millen Kowalski and Kenny of Minneapolis; Gloria, Marlenc, and Nancy Walker of Whittemore, Mrs Margaret Schullz of Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr and Mrs QuinUm Bjustrom and Jeanette of Burt; Mr and Mrs Rolf Walker of Whittemore; Mrs Leota Wallace, Mr and Mrs Robert Wallace, and Mr and Mrs John Schultz anil Beverly of Bradgate, Niels Schultz, Agnes Schultz of Hardy; Mr and Mrs Eldon Kas- mussen of Goldfield. A dinner was hold in the Bjustrom home at noon in their honor, and attending the dinner were Mr and Mrs Roy Bjustrom of Algona; Mr and Mrs Quinton Bjustrum and family of Burt; Mr and Mrs Cecil Bjustrom and family of Whittemore; Milon Bjustrom and Mrs Ellen Bjustrom of Algona; Mr and Mrs Frank Moul- lon ai,id family of Algona, and Rev. a}id Mrs Robert Kessmger ciiid family of LuVerne. Civic Leaders At G-O-C Meeting Representatives of about 20 Algona civic organizations heard Air Fores Sgt. Milton Gonzales say that "peace talks are all right. but we in tlie Air Force are daily m the look-out for hostile aircraft", as he urged local recruitment of civilians to act as air- cj alt observers for the Algona jjust i 1 the Ground Observers Classes Elect Officers At Algona High Class officers and student council members were elected last week at Algona High School for the 1055-56 school year. Freshman class officers arc President, J e a n e I te Bjuslmm; vice president. Tom Zittrilch: and secretp.ry-treasurer, Dennis Jergenson. Sophomores elected Tom Hutchinson again this year as their president, with Larry Hut/ell as vice president, and Judy Adams as secretary - treasurer. Maribel Kain is the Junior president, Ted Finley the vice president, Darlene Skogstrom the secretary, and David Kohl the treasurer. Cheryl VanderWaal was elected by the Seniors as class president for the fourth straight year. Vice president, Marilyn Seller: secretary. Virginia Simons; and treasurer, Terry Cook are the other Senior officers. The 21-member student council consists of seven seniors, five juniors, five - sophomores, and four freshmen. Besides President Cheryl Van- derWaal, who is automatically a member as are all class presidents, seniors on the council are Karen Shirley, Nancy Kain, Elaine Branson, Dick Vipond, Marilyn Seiler, Connie Drone, and Marib:?! Kain, holdover Jerry Downey. Kathy Dermand, John Moxley. and Darlene Skogstrom represent the juniors on student council. The Sophomore delegation consists of President Tom Hutchison Larry Hutzell, Gary Bernau. Karen Hutchin.s, and Dave Richardson. Jfanette Bjustrom, Sandra Bay. Marvin Miller, Linda Smith arc the freshman student council members. Student council officers elected were President, Cheryl VanderWaal: vice president, Turn Hutchison; secretary, Connie Drone, and treasurer, Maribel Kain. The Annual staff also held its first meeting and elected Sandra Shumvvay as editor and Carol Godfredsen as business manager. 3 Injured In Sunday Crash . Three persons were hospitalized, Sunday afternoon, when a car driven by John Weig, 27, of Wesley, reached a dead end on a county road, one mile north of Irvington about 5:30 p.m., and crashed into the ditch. Weig received cuts on the head Mary Drummer, 15, and George Di'ummer, 18, both of Livermore, were also treated for cuts and bruises. Sun in the driver's eyes was blamed for the mishap. Miss Drummer was later taken to a Mason City hospital where it was thought sh<- would have to have an eye removed. Paul Johnson, Swea City, took *c> the ditch to avoid a collision about 2 p.m. Sunday on highway 9, V 2 mile east of Gerled. He went to pass a car when a second car also swung out to pass. Johnson was uninjured, but his car was damaged. Sheriff Lindhorst checked the Lrvington mishap, and Deputy Sheriff Don Wood the north Kossuth accident. Germany issued red and white porcelain coins during the first World War. ADVUTISIO IN THIS MONTH'S CALUMET Baking Powder 16 oz. can Corp. Tin A'as piesid local po.-t s zali-s stated .1 the Air -i.-ting held at city hall 'd over by John Wood, upervisor. Sgt. Gon- that it was the hope Force that the local The Pony Express in 1860-6] operated between St. Joseph, Mo Sacramento, Cahf. observation tuwer, atup the fire station, would go on 24 hour iuly before bad weather sets in. Wood stated that at present there are about 80 recruits locally. with muie than half ol them teen-agers. A goal of 200 colun- teers i?. being asked. Thus,:. 1 attending the meeting weie: Hei b Hedlund, C. of C.: Paul McCrea, Masonic Lodge; Kverell Bakius. American Legion: !.(/ jta H.'ilpm, Legion Auxiliary; Mr.- EhiK.i Kvei>, VFW Auxiliary; Mr.-. Fred Ge:gel, DAR; Glen Graham, Kiwanis; A. W. Beh- H.-nds. l.-.aac Walton; Mrs Dwau.? Lighter, Soroptimists; Mrs Bud Anderson and Mrs Dean 'Taylor, Beta Sigma Phi; and Mayor B. P. Rjehardaon. KNOX. Unflavored Gelatine. pkg. CREAMETTES. 2 for SURE-JELL 2 for 25c 29c 27c 27c $1,09 CERTO bottle . C and H Cane sugar 10 Lb. bag FLEISCHMANN'S Active Dry Yeast in new "Thrifty I M Three's I1C KARO Brand Syrup 5 Lb. LT. CO* can OJC NESTLE'S Chocolate Morsels, 2 Pkgs NESTLE Cookie Mix, Pkg. RAY'S MARKET 49c 39c Picnic Honors Miss Hamstreet At a politick picnic supper held at the Call State Park she]lei house Wednesday evening, and attended by about 75 folks from the Titonka, Bancroft find Algona areas, Twyliah Hamstreet. daughter of Dr. and Mrs Hamstreet of Burt, was honored, guest along with Mr and Mrs Howard French. Phoenix, 'Ariz., and their daughter. Mrs Stauros Nicolaou Mean), of Now York City, and Wr son, Nicolas. Miss Hamstreet, a White House secretary in Washington. D. C.. recently returned from the Geneva, Switzerland, big four conference. Louis Osterreic f) of Titonka. was in charge of supper arrangements. 2,000 Visit New Service Station One of the largest service station openings in Algona was recorded last Saturday when Scobba's Skelly Service registered almost 2,000 persons during their one-day celebration. The station, recently completed at the corner of Colby and State streets, is managed by Monte A. Scobba, well-known in the business. Winners of the prizes offered at the opening are ilsted elsewhere in today's Algona Upper Des Moines. Home Nursing" Course Series Being Offered Women and girls interested in home nursing knowledge are invit r(l to participate in a new prom-am being sponsored nationally by the American Red Cross. Registrations for the course, which will include a series of T-V programs plus classroom practice sessions at three places in Kos- nth county, is invited at once Signups may be made at the county Red Cross office in Al- 5<>na, or through any of the town Red Cross representatives in the county. The T-V series will start Sept. 27 and run through Nov. 15, over WOI-TV from 1 to 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Classroom practice sessions will be scheduled at Algona, Fenton and Bancroft. The classroom sessions will be for a two hour period and wIJi put into practice what has been observed on T-V. Women from the county, all registered nurses, who will teach the private sessions, are Mrs E. W. Ruske. Fenlon; Mrs F. Kramer, Bancroft; Joyce Hayden, pub- lic health nurse, and Mrs Clarence Macumber, Algona. Only cost for the course will be 60 cents for the textbook. Policemen Shifted Churches Drive For Food Gifts A drive is on now in Kossuth county conducted by the Church World Service to obtain surplus food for donation to needy persons overseas. Rev. Victor Vrie- sen, pastor of the Ledyard Evangelical & Reform church, is county chairman, assisted by the county council of which Rev. Brower, Algona, is vice chairman, and Mrs Wm. McKim is secy- treas. To join in the "Share Our Surplus" program, contact any of those named, or your local pastor. Lions Go Golfing Armed with golf clubs, a contingent of Algona Lions club members journeyed to the Env metsburg Country Club Wednesday to participate in the annual Lions district golf tournament Those making the trip were Clayton Percival, Frank Moulton, Harry Greenberg, Ted Chrischil- les, Dr. R. K. Richardson, Bob McCullough, Bob LaBarre, Jim Milder and Rev. O. Leonard Nelson. In 1692 Judge Samuel Bewail sentenced 10 women to death in witch trials in Salem, Mass. seniority in service. The oldest men on the force in terms of duty Algona's police force has had have been assigned to the day its hours 6f duty rearranged by positions, the newer men to night Mayor Richardson on a basis of shifts. REPORT OF COKDlflOM OF "EXCHANGE STATE BANK" of Weslov in the State of town nt tho close of business on Sept. ASSETS ' 1. Cash, balances with other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collection -.. •2 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 3 Obligations of States ana political subdivisions - ......... G Loans and discounts (including $157.53 overdrafts) 7 Bank premises owned $5.868.7H, furniture & fixtures $!).689.n7. (Bank premises owned are subject to no liens not assumed ny bank) 11. Other assets I -- - 12. TOTAL ASSETS ----- 1,OBO.B50,II LIABILITIES „.„,,, 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partnurships. and corporations 722.581 1.. 14 Time deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations !)(.OJ7.B1 15 Deposits of United States Government (Including postal savings) 16. Deposits of States and political subdivisions --- n»«>ir.n 18. Other deposits (certified and officers' checks, etcl i-~,v^ n 19. TOTAL DEPOSITS -- $973.3.11.02 2-1 TOTAL LIABILITIES (not- including subordinated obligations shown below ---...-........--... --.-_-•--.-••------- 9i3.3J1.02 19(i.528.-:7 299.591.00 n5.B8n.B5 468.942.67 1 a.558.33 4.340.12 112.301.68 2.032.41 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 30.000.00 30.000.00 47.51ti.-12 107.519.42 1.080.850.41 25. Capital" 26. Surplus '-• 27. Undivided profits 29. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS -- 30. TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 'This bank's capital consists of: Common stock with total par value of $30,000 MEMORANDA 31. Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes -- - 100000.00 We J. D. Lowe and L. H. Kleinpcter of the above - named bank, do soletnnlv affirm that the above statement is true, and that it fully and corvi.'c'- Iv represents the true state of the several matters herein contained and ?ct forth, to the best of our knowledge and belie!. J D Lowe. President L. H. Kleinpeter. Cashier Con-ret-- Attest Directors: L. T. Hoot Boh G. Studer Herman Bode State of Iowa. County of Kossuth. ss: . Sworn to and subscribed be I ore me this 12th day of September, HIJO. and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of this bank. My commission explie.-i July 4. 1957. Dolores C. Mudson. Notary Public COME IN NOW FOR A REAL CLOTHES TREAT ! 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