The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 13, 1955 · Page 14
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6-AIgena (fa.) Upper DCS Moines Thursday, October 13, 1955 Corn Judging A Part Of LuVerne's Pancake Day LuVerne — The LuVrrnr 4-H Buys had a coi ti .nidging eonie.-t Saturday a.-- :'. par', of the Paruaki l.'ay pnvcram. The display of corn was in tbe Hamilton Hatchery. There weie nine entries of ten ear samples. Kn>t, Curtis Will: 2nd, Gary Wittmeier: 3rd. Peter Besch; 4th. Keith Vess; 5th. Francis Hesch: Ctli. Ronnie Stone: 7th. Gal(>n Witzi-1 and 8th, Lt-Roy Wit/el. The ninth entry of Jim Behnkendorf came in too late lor the judging but was corn of good quality. John Barnes. Counly Extension Director of Alyona was 'he judge. The beys who judged were Delmar Yoss. first. Keith Voss and Peter Beseh. The boys 4-H club has IP members and G. M. Will is their leader. Earl Jansscn fin ni>hed tlii 1 seed for the boys corn. The winners will take corn to the nine county regional show m Mason Citv. Oct. 25. Manther. Minn • home ,1 Mr. Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner bad as guests Friday to Sunday their daughter. Mr and Mr.s Durwood Burl is and Peggy I.ee of Rockford. 111. Weekend visitors in the Mr and Mrs Albert Hefti home was their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs llarlan Helm and Robbin Jo of Crystal Lake. Mr.s Larry Werner, son Larry and daughter Rosemary of DeGraff. Minn., visited over the weekend in the home of their daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs William Hardcopf. Larry Werner remained for a longer visit. Sunday afternoon visitors in the John Hefti and John Zim merman home were Mr and Mrs Walter Streiff of New Glnrus, Wis.. Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty, daughter, Ruth of Algona. Also Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly who were supper guests there. Mr and Mrs Arthur DimTei were Saturday over-night gut-sis in the home of her sister. Mr and Mrs Gerald Hebener in Mason City. Miss Nancy Will, employed in Des Moines, was at home with her parents, Mr and Mrs G. M. Will and Curtis for the weekend. Mr and Mrs Robert Bigings ancr children were weekend guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Wendt and family in Bode. The ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Dale St. John and daughters of Fort Dodge wore over Sunday visitors in the home of the ladies' parents, Mr and Mrs William Hedrick. Mr and Mrs Aksel Nielsen, daughters, Mrs Walter Engel and Marie Hunt visited their son and brother, Mr and Mrs Andrew Nielsen in Ventura and Mr and Mrs Emil Sorensen in Clear Lake Thursday. Mr and Mrs Robert Barber and sons had as guests Saturday, his Coming Next Week sister. Mr.- Noron Jahr <>t kalo. Minn . ami ti;cn° m Mr- C. K. Baibe*. dl Bn<ie. Marvel Myer. attending in Mfinkalo. weekend in !i enls. Mr a Myer. Mrs Madge Knd<T of Foil I Dodge is spending two wcek< in the home of her daughter ami I family. Mi and Mr-' Gordon Scott. j Mrs Noll it 1 Jensen and son I John of Webster City visited Saturdav in the home of hei MS- (er. Mrs Joiin Borkes. Mi and Mrs Krnest Appclgato of Corwith: Mr and Mrs Kd Rob- mson of North I'iatfe. Noli, visil- ed Satui'day afternoon in the Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty home. , Mr and Mrs Lewis' V Hioek land lamily of Gilmoic City were Sunday quests in the home of his parents. Mr am) Mrs Max Block. They came to relebrale the birthdays of Max Blork ami his son, Lewis which wore Oct. 7 and 10. Mr and Mrs John Wilhite of Corwith visited Friday in the home of her brother. Mr and Mrs Lloyd P. Smith. They have now sold their farm near Corwith and leave Oct. Hi. for their annual winter trip to Tucson. Arix. Mr and Mr George A. Eggles- lon had as dinner quests Sunday, their daughter. Mr and Mrs Arthur Henry and Janet of Pocahontas: Mr and Mrs Henry are in charge of the county farm home there. - ' Mr and Mrs William Hoeppner. Jr.. and Beverly of Omaha spent the weekend with his parents. Mr and Mrs William Hoeppner, Sr. Mr and Mrs William Holmes of Ottawa, 111. visited over Sunday in the Mr and Mrs Clifford Holmes home. The men are brothers. Mrs Anna Asa of Racine. Wis. Mr and Mrs Bryan Asa of near Algona were in LuVorno Satur- cla.y, afternoon, greeting old friends at the Pancake Day celebration. Mr and Mrs Francis Pitlik of Cedar Rapids, her mother, Mrs George Tiede. Fairmont visited over Sunday in the home of their uncle and brother, Mr and Airs Lawrence Miller and family. Mr.s Anna Blumer visited Saturday to Monday in Wanner, S. D. in the home of a niece. Mr and Mrs Walter Streiff of Now Glarus, Wis. were weekend guests in the Mr and Mrs Edwin Marly home. A dinner in their honor Sunday with guests. Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly, Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly and Dale of LuVerne. and the misses Ruth and Janice Marty of Algonn. Mr and Mrs C. O. McClelland had as weekend guests their son Mr and Mrs Glen McClellan and children •'and Dale Campbell of Des Moines. Mrs Kate Barton of Minneapolis came Friday and visited in the home of Mrs Clara Wolf, Monday, Mrs Barton went to Livermore to visit her son, Howard Barton and family. Mr and Mrs Fred Merkle and family had as weekend gue.srs her mother, Mrs Emma Lehman of Boxholm, their brother and son, Mr and Mrs Karl Lehman, Larry and Billy, Mr.s Belle New, Mr and Mrs William New and daughters, Mr and Mrs Dale Richardson. The occasion was to celebrate the birthdays of Mrs Merkle and lier brother. Earl Lehman Sunday, Oct. 9, also the birthdays of William New, Oct. 5 and Charles Merkle, Oct. (i. Honsbruch Drug I WE'VE GOT 'EM PHILCO APPLIANCES See Large Ad in FARM & HOME Section ALGONA REFRIGERATION Baptize 2 At St. Joe Sunday St. Joe — Donald Urban Zeller, in (ant son ot Mr and Mrs Alfred Zellor, born on Sept. 2f), was bap- ti/ed Sunday in St. Joseph's church by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mrs John Xel- lei and Urban Kramer. Richard John Reding, infant son ot Mr and Mrs Maurice Reding, born on Sept. 29, was bap- ti/eil Sunday in St. Joseph's ehui eh by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors w< re Arlene Bui mann and Marvin F\eding. Fatlivr Louis Johantges. O.F.M., i.- conducting a Mission in St. Jo- M-pb paiish this week .with each day beginning with Masses at I! .''D and !!:l.i followed by a short I.ilk. Evening service will begin at 7.30 o'clock. Silver Wedding At Livermore Wesley — Mr and Mrs Rudy Hildtvuin and children attended a surprise silver \vcdding iinniver- ,s,-irv party Sunday evening, Oct. !l fur Mi- and Mrs Niek Klein at their linnie near Livennoi c\ Mr.- Hildmim and Mrs Klein are sisters. Aliniif '10 vflnlivo* rind frionds attended and presented the honored couple many lovely gifts. Algona Marine To Air Station Marine M/Sgt. Russel E. Hals- rucl of 416 E. Grove st., Algona, arrived at the U.S. Naval Air ^(."itifin I-IOVP Ropt. l!i fnv 'Infy will] tlie 1st Marine Aircraft Wing's Group II. the air station, formerly a Japanese Kamikaze base, is situated within view of majestic Fujiyama. Cresco Chums The Cresco Chums began the new 4-H year with a meeting at the home of Rosemary Kramer, Pflirp<;-T!i<;r>nhnvfli assisting. NP\V officers were installed and the following were initiated as new members: Catherine Zaugg, Karon Zaugg, Karon Schilt?., Diane Schnpider and Sharon Schneider. ADVERTISING in the AlgoM Upper Des Moines reaches more families in Kossuth county thai) any other oublicatioft. Plum Creek 4-H So. Phillips St. The Plum Creek Elite 4-H Club entertained their mothers at. a cook-nut at Call Park Saturday, Oct. ti. New members of the club , a.'v Joan Waid. Susan Hoover. i Ruth Ben.-cliuter and Jean Keith. j Tne next meeting will lie at the I home ul Audrey Gaidner. RUMMAGE SALE SATURDAY, OCT. 15 8:30 to 11:30 DOUGHNUTS & COFFEE TO BE SERVED METHOMST CHURCH BASEMENT We Have Purchased the Bottle Gas Business of the Bjustrom Furniture Company-Effective Immediately. Effective this date, the RAPID THERMOGAS CO. has purchased all of the Bottle Gas business of the BJUSTROM FURNITURE CO. in Algona. We have been supplying bottle gas for equipment owned by Bjustrom's the past few months and we are sorry to lose this firm as one of our very best dealers. However, since the firm wants to devote more time to the furniture and carpeting business, we are proud to take over this valued account. The RAPID THERMOGAS CO. will be contacting all of the Bjustrom Gas customers in the very near future. But if you are in need of either gas or service of any kind before this is done, you are welcome to call 16 and we'll be happy to serve you. Rapid Thermogas Co. PHONE 16 ALGONA ******** Thank You! We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our many Gas customers in the bottle gas business for their loyal support through the years. And we also wish our successor in this bottle gas business, which we originated more than 25 years ago in this area, the best of luck in the future. We hope you will give them your patronage, as they are one of the finest and fairest merchants of Algona. We regret leaving the bottle gas business since it has given us some wonderful associations w ith the people of this area in the past. But it is our wish to devote more time and energy to our ever-growing furniture, carpet and drapery business which we will endeavor to make better, with your support, than ever for you. Thanks again to our many Gas customers during these past years. Your patronage has been sincerely appreciated Bjustrom Furniture Co. • EASY TERMS • Serving Kossuth County Since 1926 • FREE DELIVERY The Deal of Your Life CAN BE MADE WITH US NOW BECAUSE WE REFU TO UNDERSOLD Liquidating Our Entire Stock of INTERNATI HARVEST Refrigerators and Home Freezers The Third Largest Selling Home Appliances ! All New 1955 Models — Some Have Never Been Uncrated ! NO REASONABLE OFFER REFUSED LET US SHOW YOU WHAT WE HAVE You Can't Afford To Pass Up This Terrific Offer! SAVE SI 00 or MORE ON MOST MODELS Your Credit Is Good Here! 4F^I mf ^Wr ^t& I l( m*m IMPLEMENT Phon* 5? 1407 Commercial

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