The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 2
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ESS pp? *•','• St«;-,t 1955 11)0 Honor ilein Scott, Burt, At Bridal Shower Butt — Some 10d friends and relatives attended a miscellaneous shower at the Presbyterian church • Thursday for Jean Scott, daugh- ter'of Mr and Mrs Louis Scott who will be married this month to Bernard Qifford. This program Was given: Piano solo, selections by Yvonne Nyman of Bancroft; Humorous reading, "Pa Says So" by Mary Jean Andrews and Joan Metzger sang accompanying herself on the harp. The guest of honor was assisted in opening of the gifts by her cousin, Mrs Mary Sill of Spicer, Minn., and Joan Metzger. Lunch was served by the hostesses who also presented Miss Scott with an electric toaster. She-received many lovely gifts... Hostesses Were Eveftn Angus, Maxine Angus. Elva Boettcher, Harriet Cummings, Ethel Dremmel, Marilyn Erting, Roseann Gifford, Veleta Griesc, Hildti Gross, Georgia Holding, Palma Holding, Mrs Harvey.Larson, Jessie Long, Mrs Michael 'Long, Mrs A. H. Meinzeiy,Jessie Rash, Mrs Walter Riedel, Eunice Riebhoff, Lula Ringstfdrf, Vera Ringsdorf, Viva Ringsdorf, Mary Sarchct, Luella Schenck, Dorothy Sheir- bon, Celia Scott, Lois Trunkhill flna from Algona were: Mary Long, Mrs Edward Long, Violet Plemmel, Blanche Long and Annabell Long. .'.' • . Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel spent the weekend in Ibwa City and Cedar Rapids. They were at the University hospital to see their son, Gerald, who had,major surgery Friday for an ear condition, which kept him from work the past few weeks. The Riedels were with Mrs Gerald Riedel in Cedar Rapids and returned home late Sundav.' Mr and Mrs Walter Baadc of Titonka were dinner guests Sunday' at the home of the letters' parents, Mr and Mrs Lee L. Cole in honor of Mr Coles birthday. Mrs Bertha Stow accompanied Mr and Mrs Floyd Reibsaman and son to Marshalltown for the weekend with the Glenn Reibsa- man family. Glenn is a cousin of Mrs Stow and they are both cousins of Floyd. Mr and Mrs James Sewick of Spirit Lake were Sunday dinner guests at the 'Art Leason home and visited the J. D. Grahams in the afternoon, Mr and Mrs Vcrn Rafdal and children of Titonka spent Sunday with the Lawrence Doeges. Mrs F. L. Pratt accompanied Mr and Mrs Howard Heidtke'of Estherville to Zearing on Thursday of last week where- they attended funeral services for C. R. Golly of Peoria, 111. Mrs Golly is the former Lou Millis, a cousin of Mrs Pratt, who lived with her parents in Burt. At one time they lived in the Allen Hinckley house. The Good Will Truck from Sioux City will be in Burt Wed-, riesday morning, November 23. Leave any materials with Mrs Lee Cole, chairman of supplies. The Halloween party sponsored by the Burt Lion's Club was well attended Monday evening. Following a movie shown by Charles Spry, costume prizes were awarded to: Group 1, Judy Mitchell jnd Donna Schrader; for boys, to Jimmy Baer and Jimmy Westling; group 2, Patty Long and Julia Weber; Joe McGuire received 1st for boys. In the adult group prizes went to Lydia Schwietert and Thelma Lappe; Jack Nauman and Mrs Eai'l Ackerman. Adella Ulses received a prize for her advertising of feed. Judges were Mr and Mrs Fred Davis, Martin Griese, and Erwin Schwietert, with Dale Lockwood as master of ceremonies. Charles Lappe presided at the piano 'for the dancing which followed. Nov. 21 Set For Annual Town- farm Banquet Algona's three ^service clubs will be hosts to ( area farmers at the; annual Farmers Service Club banquet set for Monday, Nov. 21, at Jhe V.F.W. Hall. Hosts will be members of the Kiwanis, Lions and Rotary clubs. Rev. R. H. Lingard of Rowan, Iowa, will be the chief speaker. . -,..,-As anqthe^ . highlight: of the program the .results'of the annual Corn Yield Contest will be announced, Torsten Lagerstrom, chairman of the contest, said this week. Those who entered the contest were: Hugh Black, Algona; Leo Crawford, Lakota; Albert and Dale Johnson, Corwith; Ernest Nauman and Virgil Smith, Algona; Al and Bill Erpelding, Algona; W. H. Bosworth, Algona. Harvey Larson, Armstrong; P. A. .Holcomb, Swea City; Charles nnd Henry Eggerth, Swea City; Lawrence Mueller, Fenton; Harlan Haas, Algona; Ed Arend, Al- pona; Melvin Marty, LuVerne: Arthur Peterson, Titonka; and Gerald Frankl, Irvington. Residentllalf Century Passes Services for Mrs Mary Roch- Icuu, 88, resident of this area fur almost half a century, were held Monday afternoon in McCullough's Funeral Chapel, with Rev E. .L. Wittkopp of Burt officiating. Burial was in Riverview Cemetery. Mrs Rochleau died Saturday at St. Ann Hospital whore she bad been a patient .several days following a fall in the home of lu-r daughter and son-in-law, .Mr and Mrs H. W. Bosworth, who live southwest of Algona. She suffered a broken hip in the full Mrs 7 ifhleau was born Due. llj I860 in Denmark and came In Kossuth County 41) years ano Felix, her husband, died 11! years ago. Survivors include two sons and a daughter. They are Victor Clarence and Nellie (Mrs M W Bosworth), all ol Algona. .Mr.- Fred Dictsche, a step-daughter Abbotsford, Wis., also survive? a.s do 21 grandchildren and •>'<) great-grandchildren. Six ol her grandsons served as pallbearer- at the funeral. National Head Presbyterian Men To Speak Lend A Hand To Friend, Plow 80 A. Ollosen — Good neighbors in the Oltosen Community euther- ed Wednesday, Nov. 2, to plow fiO acres of ground for Eldon Hundertmark who has been ill. At noon a bountiful dinner was served to the men at the Sain Kropf home with neighborhood ladies assisting Mrs Kropl. The ladies also served lunch in tlu inpining and afternoon, Taking pa^-t in the; good neighbor act were Sam Kropf, Richard Krupf, HolJis Cooper, Onier Thorsen, Irvin Mogier, Charlie \VYJler, Victor Besch, Anlone Hpeich, Clem Ludwig, Albert Stone and Cletus Huadertmark. Assisiinjj Mrs Kropf syitJi the dinner were Mrs AJ.bert Stuiic, Mr*,, Richard Kropf, "Mrs Huadertmark. Merle G. Jones Men from 37 Presbyterian churches, as well as the Algona church, nave been extended personal invitations to attend a dinner and program the evening of Tuesday, Nov. 15, at which time Merle G. Jones of Beatrice, Neb., president of the National Council of Presbyterian Men, will speak here. Twenty-two men from the local church went to every Presbyterian church in the area to extend a personal invitation to participate in the program, and anyone interested is cordially invited and asked to contact Oliver Carlson for tickets. The program will take place in the high .school annex. Tickets are also beinfi sold by men's club groups in other local churches and it is thought that this meeting might be made an annual event, with men from all local churches getting together at least once a year. Mr Jones is president of the •Store Kraft Mtg. Co and the Blue Valk>.\ Broadcasting Co., both of Beatrice, Neb. NOTICE OF SCHOOL ELECTION Pt hi. C XOTIfK is j.cicln (jivc-n to IK- qi.;ilMu..<l v,,u,., ,,| tin; Burl Com- nmiMlv .School Distni-t. in tin. Cuuntv 01 Kossuth. St^ilu (it luwa. thai .1 ^\n-i-i;il clcc-liun lias I>UL-I> i-alu-cl aiui urci- tri-d Ki be h t -| ( | in ; U , ( i ),,, salc j Si'liodl Diijncl m, tin, IMI, ,j ilV ,,| December. lliaS. wnon:;it (In- re. will hi? suliimlic-cl In iho vineis ,,f ...,1,1 Bun 0)mnuinii.\ Sc-liiKil Di.stnrl. tu bu by llu'in votccl upon. UK., tullov.int; |jro|iu.sitiun, tu- "Sliall the Bn.ii'ti (,l Unortnr.s ,,. tin- Bint Coiiimiiniiy School ])•*- llict, in the County ol Ko.-i.sulh -Suitf oi lov.-u, i.-vsuu bonda in an amount not to cxi-ci'd S25U.(p()0.(il) lor OIL- puiposu ol carrying out a .srhuol Ijuildin^ piograin conbist- ing ol ix-coiistruc'lintj anil equipping UK.- iJi-L-.SL'iit .-.••iiuul hinlfJing and con.sii ui'tnifj and equipping ,m ud- tllUon Iherelr; m ;,,,d |o, said SL'hool District?" The polls tor said eleelion v. ill be upcn from twelve oVloi-1; noi,n until seven o'elwk j>.in. 01 said d;,v arrl l(,i said eleelion the v. hole ol -aid Cum. immit.s Sehool Distiiel h.is been i-on- solidaled inlo and will constitute ,,ne voluiB pieeiucl and the jjollinjj pk,ce lierefor u ill l». m the [i m ., ci!> l| : ,|i loealed m I lie To .1 n 01 Bull. Bun lownshij,, KosMith Count'., Iowa at "Ineh time and plaee all oi the qual- llled voleis ul said Sehool DiMiicI are lieleb\ iKjlilied to appeal 1'hl.s nollee I., jjiven b.v o,del Uoaul ol Diivelnis ol liie Hurl munity School Oistiict puisuant u the piovisjuns ol Chapter 2'M C'odr ill Iowa. ]!i5(. ;, n ,| ,,, ; , miiicient ,„:'. Illlon v.-ilh the lequihite M B ualui-,.;, ,,; acconJunce thuiev.ith and as oideu-d bv a le.Mjlutiim adopted bv ilu ')! Dn-ei tui-.-, on Hie 7th 'dav VL-inbt'i. 11155 DaU-d a) Burl. J u wa. tins yl Nrn'ember. 1055 i | Mrs O.,|l niaii f -( !,St'freWi)., JJuaui ol 01 ti )L . P,o 7t.i Rites Here On ,,,-. ,;> -* •; ... {•! ;-,• Monday lor L. W. Keith, It Services for L. W. .eKith, 81, resident; of this area for many years, were . heJd at the First Baptist Church Monday at 2 p.m. Rev. Roland Andrews officiated and burial was in Riverview Cemetery. McCullough's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. The Masonic lodge held .services at the chapel Sunday night. Mr Keith died Friday night, just two days after his birthday, following a lengthy illness. Lynn W., son of Mr and Mrs Edgar P. Keith, was born near Johnstown, Wis. Nov. 2, 1874. He grew up on a-farm in Plum Creek township, and May 2, 1894 was married to Edith Van Schaick. They had two ehidren, Stanley and Moroa, before Mrs Keith died in 1902. In March 1 , 1904, Mi- Keith married Claire Dalton and Ihree children, Wayne, Kyle and Eugene, were born to them. Eugene was the victim of a tractor accident in 1934. Mr and Mrs Keith retired from their farm m 1918 and into their home on South Minnd sSta street, whfer^ they lived Allidi.'i '-'' ',.-. ;> m Keith's healt^ ftllefotfr yeats agp^dnd he had been betU fasTsineS suffering PStltokfc My 16 of this year., a • He* W6s always active in farm and community affairs, a member oMhe First Baptist churCh since 1910 and a member of the Masonic .Lodge. Besides Ms wife, survivors in? elude Stanley E. Keith, Poca hpntas; Morba Keith Bailey, AfA rtiote, Fa.} ; Wayne Keith, .Burtj and Kyle Keith, Algona. Thirteen grandchildren and six great* grandchildren also 'survive. Pallbearers at the funeral were Ralph Miller, W. A. Foster, Hugh Raney, D. L. Leffert, A. R. Cruikshank and Al Spongberg. 4 P, O. Closes Nov. 11 . The Algona Post Office will be closed all day Nov. 11, Armstice Day. There will be no mail deliveries of any kind on that day but all incoming and outgoing mail will be worked as usual. The lobby will be open from 7 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., y New Rotqrian L. R. Riedinger, new soil conservationist for Kossuth county, s'a new member of the AJgona Rotary club. Ar Wash What If It Sleets or Shows? ... And What if a Brisk Wind Is Blowing Dirt and Soot Around Your Clothesline? /'•', Lady — With a fully-automatic Sun-ASre Clothes Dryer you can start to live ?iagain on Wash-day, Just load up yoUf. Sun-Air 6 > with washed clothes, set^it^ fargfet it> a,nd you*,Sun-Aire reminds you when the elbthes are dry. None^f thai "clothesline bother" ~- in fact, your Sun-Aire Clothes Dryer gives you a Sunny wash-day every time, ^ Expensive? Not at all. Nothing beats a Sun-Aire for thrift. Low cost operation With gas, lets you dry a load for as little as one cent — with less wear and tear on your clothes. And oh/ how chenille bedspreads and loop rugs comS from a Sun-Aire Dryer! •Free yourself from a winter of bucking snow, cold, dirt, soot and numb hands every time you "hang out a wash"! 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