The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 22, 1955 · Page 22
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lijJfidnAf Upper De* Motoei Thursday, Sept. 22, 1S>55 leathers Held •; tllonka—The first P.T.A. pro- t fam of the year was held Mori- ay evening, Sept. 19, at the High School gymnasium with a'recep- tion for the teachers. Music was furnished by the high school chil' dren under the direction of Don Multhuf. Welcome was given '•by' the President, Mrs Henry Plasier, after which Supt. Truesdell introduced the school faculty. Mrs Robert Bolenus was in charge of the social vhour, and reception held in the dining room. John Beenken, John Welhou- sen, Mrs Telko Sleeker and Mrs Daryl Bess were appointed for membership- committee. Mrs Erwin Giesking, Mrs Elmer Oes- 'terman and Mrs Illo Buffington are on the social committee. Mrs J. R.'Schutjer, Mrs Kenneth Swan, Mrs Glen Miller and Mrs Kenneth Hill are on the hospitality committee, Mrs Henry Mayland Jr. and Mrs Ray Cunningham the magazine committee. Officers for this: year are Mrs Henry Plasier, president; Rev. B. H. Schwerin, vice president; John Beenken, treasurer; Velida Bruns, secretary; and Mrs George Sachau, publicity chairman. Buffalo Boosters Elect The September meeting of the Buffalo 'Boosters was held at the Carl F. Callies home. Plans were made for the observance of their 20th anniversary which is to be held Oct. 8. Election of officers were, held with the following being elected: President, Darlene Callies; vice president, Sharon Carroll; secretary, Sylvia Eden;' treasurer, ! Patty Willis; reporter, Sandra Gartner; historian, Betty, Hatten; and photographer, Vicki Rakow. 16 Guests In Week ' For one week, Mr and Mrs Wm. Peterson and Marilyn had a house full of company, in fact 16 to be exact: Mr and Mrs* Clarence Turner of Rockwell City; Mr, and Mrs Merle Larson and Larry 01 San Mateo, Cal.; Mr and Mrs Glenn Turner, Roberta and Johnny of Detroit, Mich'.; Dr. and Mrs R. H. Ralph and son Marion of Watseka, 111.; Noel Nelson, Robert Alford of Burlingame, Cal.; and Carol Reith of Lehigh. Thursday a week ago Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove .and Mr and -Mrs J. L.' Intermill drove Carol! Van Hove to Des Moines where he took a plane to Washington State where he will report back to duty in the army after a 10 day furlough. Caroll Van Hove was surprised recently when around 100 of his friends arrived for a square dance party held at the VanHove machine shed that was built recently. Mr and Mrs Bill Recker of Buffalo Center was Friday even- ing visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs J. L. Intermill. Mr and Mrs Chris Jansen, Mrs L .J, Spilde and Richard Spikie of Albert Lea were recent visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller. „ ., Clarence Ackerman and family attended a reunion on the Hinch side at Spillville. Mi- and Mrs Harold Bode of San Diego, Cal., arrived in Ti- torika last week after Mtf Bode received his discharge from the Navy. Mrs Bode is the formei Deloris Welhousen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. Welhousen. Mrs Pierre Sartor has been a patient at the Park Hospital in Mason City. She is there for medical care. The community of Titonka was greatly shocked o£ the news of the death of John A. Dall who passed away at a Mason City hospital of a heart attack. Mr and Mrs J. L. IntermiU and family visited a(t Buffalo Center Sunday at the hqme- of '•Mrs Intel-mill's father, Henry Recker, and helped him celebrate his birthday. Dr. and. Mrs G. J. Sartor and family of Mason City were also there. Ubbe Winter underwent an operation at Rochester last week, Mrs Dale Higgins entertained her sewing club recently. Ottosen Aid's Bazaar Held September 22 Ottosen—The Lutheran Ladies are busy planning for the annual bazaar which will be held Thursday evening, Sept. 22 in the Commercial Club Building, beginning at eight o'clock. Gene Kleeve of, Humboldt will auctioneer. Following the sale lunch will be served. Mrs Oliver Kinseth is. chairman, of the. lunch committee. At Family Heunion Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper and family attended the Petersen family reunion held at Fort Defiance Park near Estherville, with 97 relatives present from Iowa, Minnesota, California and Illinois. Cooper, Mrs Oliver Lee and Mrs Fred Kampen. ' Lutheran Aid Meeting The Lutheran Ladies!-Aid met Wednesday afternoon , in .the church parlors with Mrs Clara Solberg and Mrs Ralph Richards hostesses. Pastor Harold Mountain led in devotions. October 15 is the date set for gift day at Lutheran hospital. Sunday, Sept. 25, is the date set for ,a church picnic dinner Ao be held at noon following morning services. Mrs Clara Solberg read the 195£ history. Mrs Sylvan Jacobson gave the lesson. The next meeting will toe September 28 and Mission Boxes are to be. turned in at this meeting. Mr and Mrs Earl Long and daughter Marilyn, visited at the Clarence Long home at Sheldon, and the L. O. Short home at Spencer. Mrs Percy Watriem attended a miscellaneous shower honoring Carolyn Classick ^t the Congregational Church in Belmond recently. Mr and Mrs LeRoy Jameson of Earlville, 111., visited at the Merle Holt, Loran Daniel and Margaret Holt homes last week. The visitors and the M. Holt family & Marg. Holt were all. dinner guests at the Bernard Jacobs home at Bradgate. The visitors, left for Clear Lake, S. D., where they will visit other relatives. Margaret Holt acco'mpanied them. Mr and 'Mrs M. O. Kinseth and daughter Susan ,of Algona visited Wednesday evening of last week at the Richard Kinseth home. Mr and Mrs Harold Daniels and Mrs Charles Daniels of Arco, Minn, visited Saturday afternoon in the Antone Waechter home. Mr and Mrs Donald Larson and Mr and Mrs Ted Kinseth of Bode attended funeral services for Clifford Goodell at Menominee, Wis., recently. Mr and Mrs Herbert Lange of Sutherland were Monday evening supper guests at the Earl Long hpme. The Langes had taken their daughter Helen, to At Uncle's Funeral Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards .attended funeral services for Mrs Richards' uncle, George Simmons, of Colorado Springs, Colo. Services were held in Humboldt and burial was in Humboldt Union Cemetery. Mrs Richards' brothers, Ray Simmons of Marshall, Minn, and Cecil Simmons of Walnut Grove, Minn, also came for the funeral.- Progressive Club The Ottosen Progressive Club held its first meeting for the new year at the home 'Of Mrs Knut Oppedahl, with 15 members present, The committee named to plan entertainment for the ' anniversary party were Mrs Donald Cedaf'Falfe where she attends college. •',-.-• Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz und family visited Friday eveniftg at the/Reinald Salz home neftr Bode: Sunday atterttoph,visitors at.thfe Salz home \wei-r Mr - and -Mfi Nicholas Weydert and" family b! Mr and Mrs Arcnife Hattsbn, o| Spirit Lake vfefe. Visitors 'fit: \M, home tjl Mrs Essie Coofcet . Recent dinner- guests at the Olaf Bruvik home were Mr nhd and Mrs Harry Rtitz arid family of Livermore and Mr and Mrs Erling Malmin and family. : Mrs Maude Blanchard of Lone Rock visited at the Alfred Sch* ultz and Chester .Alme homes .last week. •' ,' . ' '''.:. • : ' i•.".-'' .Mrs Albert Thorseh 'and.Mfs Ralph Richards were guests • 6f the Bode Women's Club at the home of Mr. Orrin Olson.. "You Cattle Need . . . and you can depend oti '"4x4" Beef Supplements, to help youf cattle — ; • turn more leed Into beef • put on that slick,-smooth fln« Ish for tap market prices • stay en feed • " . • stimulate' rumen bacteria FEED . WALNUT GROVE ',, 4*4 BEEF 'SUPPLEMENTS Eugene Hiiber Phone 12F32 • Algona EXTRA SPECIAL SAVE $100 On Like-New Hotpoint ELECTRIC RANGE 1 Vz Years Use In Algona High School i ONE VERY GOOD, CLEAN, LIKE NEW MAGIC CHEF GAS RANGE SWARTZ A - A HDWE. NOTHING IN ITS FIELD CAN MATCH CHEVROLET FOR ACCELERATION! Great Features back up Chevrolet Performance: Anti-Dive Braking—Ball-Race Steering—Outrigger Rwr Springs—JJoi/y by Fisher—12-Volt Electrical System —Nine Engine-Drive Choice*. When you need a quick sprint for safer passing, this V8 delivers! It's pure dynamite, and you have to go way, way up the price ladder before you ever find its equal. The proof was burned into the sands of Daytona Beach at the NASCAR* trials earlier this year. In acceleration tests, Chevrolet walked away from everything else in its field. Plus all the high-priced cars except one! It's the big reason Chevrolet's been taking all comers in short track stock car events this season. Sizzling acceleration along with handling ease and cornering ability-things that mean safer, happier highway driving. Come on in and let a new Chevrolet show you what we mean. •national Aitacialiaa lor Slack Car Auto toeing Drive with cart ^CHEVROLET/ MOWS THE TIME TO BUY! LOW PRICES-BIG DEALS! ENJOY A NEW CHE)fRQLIT KOSSUTH MOTOR COMPANY Two 4-H boys, lorry and Duahe Carr, 10 and 12, of McNabb, III., won grand champion honors of 16th Chicago Junior'Market hog show, Aug. 24, with their pen-of-tKree Hampshire entry of MEAT-TYPE HOGS. •^••^Si- PREMIUM PRICES EVERY FRIDAY FOR MEAT-TYPE HOGS AT WESTERN BUYERS , tj r Call 170, Algona - We'll Come To Your Farm, Tell You Your Ambunt of *. • - - ' ' ' • ' • Premium For Delivery To Us on Friday. WESTERN BUYERS MEAT TYPE FRIDAY IS M-DAY $ Southwest Courthouse Square Phone 200 HERE ARE SOME OF THE WESTERN BUYERS REPRESENTATIVES LOCALLY: Gayle Johnson, Swea City E. K. Johnson, Fenton Alex Radig, Lone Rock J. B. Mertz, West Bend Murphy Livestock .... . Livermore, LuVerne, Corwith Dale Dundas, Burt Murray Elevator & Welp Livestock — Bancroft Ray Krantz, Titonka Lbn Nitz, Lakota-Ledyard Whittemore Co-Op Elevator Herman Norland, Cylinder 1955-1956 HOG PRICE PROGNOSTICATIONS Below is the averaged-out 8 ««s on top price hogs compiled from 33 men in the provision end of the business, order buyers ' at terminal markets, country order buyers, independent livestock buyers, salaried livestock buyers, federal Marketing News Service^ and extension men. PREMIUM PRICES $ SEE US FIRST Sept. 14 Ott. 19 Nov. 16 AVERAGE High Guess Low Guess Dec. 14 Jan. 18 Feb. IS Mar. 14 Apr. 18 $16.43 $15.58 $15,29 $15,58 $15,93 $16,18 $16,48 $16.81 18.50 17.15 18.00 18.00 19.00 19.00 20,00 20,00 14.75 13.75 13.75 13.50 14.00 14.50 14.25 14.00 N.OTE: Why Not Clip These "Average Prices" As Guessed By Men In The Business. The petual market price for Sept. 14 was $16.75. YOUR BgST HOG MARKET !S WESTERN BUYERS SilMNO TO OVER 200 PROCISSORS OF PORK PHONE 170 AIQONA, IOWA

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