The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 10, 1955 · Page 15
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 10, 1955
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Titibits From Evelyn Mf and Mrs Maurice krucken- I berg got back from Park Rapids, I Minn., just in time. It is report- led the parents, Mr and Mrs Her- Iman Kruckettberg, are "snowed lin." Winter comes early to that [far northern location and if one [wants to get out, they'd better do |it early. Nan Ward is recovering very I well from surgery for removal of I the gall bladder. I had beert Itold she had a blood clot in a [leg, and no sooner had that been [told me than a later report said she was up and around a little. Harry spent the weekend with her. It is expected she will soon Ibe home. * » * - i Mr and Mrs Max Mesing have been visited several days by their •granddaughter, Donna Soppe|land, daughter of Mr and Mrs Jay Soppeland of Fort Dodge. Donna has been going through a. very trying ordeal. She broke er jaw on the play grounds at choo 1 . the jaw had to be wired together and the teeth fastened light too. She has had to endure this for five weeks and the only ourlshment she has been able to I ^. S. BOHANNON When I think of all the i accidents — falling on stairs, | over toys or tools — that can 1 ; happen to visitors, and all the I accidents that I or my children [could cause with sports equipment, bicycles, etc. away from [home — I w6nder why anyone [risks not having Personal Lia- ibiliiy Insurance. Does <a policy I cost only $8 per year? IFor the answers to your •insurance questions, feel free Eto call me at the Bohannon {Insurance Agency, Phone 103. take is liquids. In a few more days she Will have the. wire removed. She is only eight years old—quite young for such an unpleasant happening. •• * * , * the Arthur Obreehis recent ly bought the house on West Nebraska street occupied for a number of years by Mrs Maude Bilsborough and daughter Ila. They have been going at it in a thorough fashion, taking off plaster, changing things here and there and in another year will have it just to their liking. In the meantime it has been a struggle for Mrs Obrecht to keep sunny and smiling with all the debris around, all the cleaning to do, and what is worse to clean upj after than a plaster job. » » » I mentioned last week that Veda and Eugene Murtagh were flying to Chicago and Veda would have been pleased if the flight had been canceled and the trip could have been made via train. Well, she got her wish, at least half of it, for when they reached Chicago Saturday evening (a week ago) the fog was so dense they flew over the city an hour and a half before it was safe to land. The day they were to come home planes were groundea and hundreds of persons were milling around the airport awaiting favorable conditions. They took the train home and on it were ten persons who had intended to fly. I guess the day of the good old "iron horse" hasn't passed yet. * * * It look a lot of persuasion on the part of family and friends, but at last the deed was accomplished—August Slagle was coaxed into going on a trip to lone, Wash.,, to visit Margaret and Bess Thompson, residents of the vicinity many years ago. August has worked so persistently on his farm, always thinking he couldn't take time off, but at long last he and the wife Millie are off on a fine vacation. The Thompsons were from the Armstrong area at one time, I believe and have relatives at Hollandale.. Personally I them at all. don't remember Friends of Mrs Mary Clyde, wife of the late Rev. John Clyde, one time pastor of the Congregational church, may recall that she was in an auto accident some time ago at Syracuse, N; Y. where she lives with her mother and sister. The arm was recently re- JWTflf Shaves Away Tree Roofs, Grease, Other Stoppages Like Motglc ONE YEAR GUARANTEE Serving Kossuth County Only ROTO-ROTER. Cowan Roto Rooter Phone 980 Algona moved from the cast but she says the hand is useless so far but tha: it is expected treatment wll remedy this. * * * The Abtter Longs certainly do lead interesting lives. They flil hither arid yon as their fancy leads them and the latest wore from them was from New York City where they -saw the Gafy Moore and Strike It Rich programs. They were also at Harris' burg, Pa., and have been visiting Ab's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Qlee Pitcher and family at Wellsville, Pa. At Harrisburg they were in the Ponoco Mountains with Mr and Mrs J. T. Long, J.'T. will be remembered as Sarah' Long's brother, at' tended school here and was graduated from high school in 1911 He owns a 22 acre tract, his own home and three cottages which he rents tOyVacationers from the cities. He' was in the heart of the big flood last September but fortunately his property is on high ground and the only damage Was to the road leading to his home,' J. T.'s next door neighbor is Mr Kresse of chain store fame. He is eighty years old, lives in a mansion set on his twenty acres, all walled with a five foot high rock fence. « * * I hope the older readers like' this old stuff as well as I do. I've just found another column from June, 1909. John Bohannon' (father of Lloyd) went to St. Paul yesterday to buy new fittings for his pool halls. The interior of the court house is receiving a coat pf fresh, paint put on by Charles . Rosewall (father of "Katz"-Hjalmer). Miss Margaret Rutherford will start for Chicago Friday for a few week's visit with her sister. Harold Quarton left .Saturday to take a course on instruction at summer School in Cedar Falls. CONVERT YOUR GRAINS TO SOLID MEATY GAINS "As Much As $9.00 Savings Per 100 Lbs. Gain" NRAL Corn savings now pay off more than ever! And you can get first class RESULTS with your hogs on Sargent' Min- ral Meal. Results on corn savings are greatest with proper supplementing. Tests prove that you can save up to G bushels of corn per 100 pounds gain, compared to ordinary corn feeding. That cuts normal corn costs in half. If corn is $1.50, you can save up to $9 cash per 100 pounds of gains. On a 200 pound hog, that adds up to $18. Sargent Minral Meal gets such big corn savings RESULTS, because it has the genuine pork building ingredients. Blends these into a great money-saving hog supplement. Sargent Minral Meal has vitamins, proteins and minrals plus extra factors. On Minral Meal, hogs just naturally make a healthy, profitable finish. 4 Big Meat-Building Supplements All In One Bag — All At One Low Price On Sale Alsp At Algona Flour 8c Feed Co. Sargent & Co of F«?K!ua Sargent Plan Leaders' Scout Course . An Adult Leaders Training Course for all those interested in Boy Scout and Cub Scout activities in this area was held beginning at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, November 6, at the Algona high school. The course has been laid out by Lee VanderWaal, training chairman, and is designed to aid in the operation of Troop, Pack and Den meetings. A registration charge of $1,00 was made, which included the evening meal. The following appeared on the Boy Scout portion of the program: Wes Bartlett, visual aids advisor; Dr. L. L. Pfeffer, Wesley, district commissioner; Glen Graham, Prairie Gold leadership chairman; Bob Jones, West Bend, scoutmaster; Everett Barr, scoutmaster; Barney Peterson, Milford, camp ranger; Joe Kessler, Spencer, scout fieldman; Jae Givens, projectionist. " Simultaneously, a Cubbing Pow Wow was held for those interested in the Cub Scouts. Appearing on this program were Gene Hutchins, Algona Cubmas- tcr; Joe Kessler; Thelma Tschetter, former Den Mother; Mrs C. C. Shierk, Den Mother; Dale Lockwood, Burt, Cubmasler; and other council personnel. Joe Tschetter was chairman of the evening lunch committee, assisted by Gene Cook, Harold Sundct, Dr. C. C. Shierk, and John Claude. Livermore Man Weds, Oct. 22, Humboldt Girl Little Brown Church of Nashua was the scene of a .marriage ceremony Saturday afternoon, Oct. 22 when Miss Kathleen Korinc Adams of Humboldt and Floyd Carl Johnson of Livermore exchanged nuptial vows. The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jack Adams of Humboldt and the bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs Carl V. Johnson of Livermore. The Reverend Glen Utterbach officiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss Lois Sween of Bode was maid of honor and Roger Jensen of Bode, a classmate of the bridegroom, was best man. After the traditional ringing of the church bell by. the bride and bridegroom the newly married couple left on a wedding trip to The Dells of Wisconsin. Lutheran Aid Met The Lutheran Ladies Aid held their monthly meeting : Wednesday afternoon in their Church recreation room with Mrs Herman Hansen and Mrs Otto Jagels host-' esses. The devotion and the lesson were given by the Rev. L. Loesch. At this meeting- they had their annual election of' officers and Chose Mrs Clarence Wells, president; Mrs Donald Collins, vice president; Mrs Herman Larson, secretary; and Mrs Otto Jagels, treasurer. Mrs Harold Houck is a new .member. Parish Card. Parly The March Committee of the Sacred Heart Guild entertained at a card party in the parish hall Wednesday evening. Bridge and five hundred and other games were enjoyed. High prize in bridge went to Mrs Richard Mc.- Kenna and high in five hundred went to Agnes Berte. The dooi prize went to Arnold Kellner. Refreshments were served .by the committee with Mrs James Shake, chairman, assisted by Mrs Vlilton Bergum; Mrs Charles Zlaus, Mrs August Elbert, Mrs Lucy Conley, Mrs Ed Steil, Mrs Wilbur Reed, Mrs William Steil, Mrs Ed Miller, Mrs Ernest Dawson, Mrs Francis '.Murphy, Mrs George Donalds, M r s Clyde Smith, Mrs Vernon Toohey, Mrs iucincla Hanifan. HOSPITALS Oct. 26 — Mrs Lyle Schipull, Irvington, boy, 6-5 VA; Mrs Arnold Hansen, Fenton, medical. Oct. 27—Mrs Duane Sheppard, Algona, girl, 7-lOVi; Mrs Vin- cont Backer, Bancroft, girl, 6-15; Mrs Nell Peters, Burt, medical; C. V. Fowler, Algona, medical. Oct. 23 — Barbara A. Bockcl- man, Titonka, medical; Mrs Imelda Engesscr, Algona, surgery; Terry J. Holding, Algona, medical; Mrs Ella Brandt, Titonka, medical; Mrs Louis Hanson, Burt, maternity; Merle Chamberlain, Algona, medical; Adam Reding, Rodman, accident; Lyle Wacch- ter, Ottoscn, accident. Oct. 29 — Betty J. Frideres Bode, T & A; Mrs Ernest Meyer, Whittemorcv medical. Oct. 30—Mrs Kenneth Sarehet, Burt, girl. Oct. 31—Marcia Hinken, Algona, T & A; Mrs Elizabeth Korrect, Bancroft, medical; Mrs John Chrischilles, Algona, surgery. Noy, 1—Mrs Robert Arndorfer, Corwith, maternity; Robin Harr, Algona, medical; Mrs Mary Roch Icau, Algona, accident; Mrs August Harig, Algona, medical; Delos Rogness, Wesley, accident. Nov. 2 — Mrs D. R. Ferguson, West Bend, medical; Jane Walker, Burt, T & A. Silver Anniversary Mr and Mrs Orville Riley en- .ertained their friends and relatives at their home Sunday evening in honor of their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. The evening was spent in playing five hundred.-High prize for- men- went to William Funk of Algona and .high for ladies to Bernica Harris, consolation prize for men went to Herman Larson and for ladies to Mrs William Funk of Algona. Mr and Mrs Riley were presented with gifts, silver coins and cards. Out of town rela- tives who attended the anniversary included Mr and Mrs Harold Peterson and family and Mr and Mrs Harold Mansor of Algona. Mrs William Murray was hostess to the 20th Century Club members Tuesday afternoon, Guests Friday at the Gale Berryhill home in honor of the 83rd birthday of her mother, Mrs Cora Greenwood, who lives in the Berryhill home were Mrs Ella Harwood and Mr and Mrs N. J. Weber and daughter of Clarion, Mrs Orr Pafdum of Fair- burg, Mr and Mrs Tommy Garman and family of Renwick and Mrs Ralph Knight of Southgate, Calif. Dinner and supper guests Sunday at the L. Ruhnkc home in honor of the birthday of Mrs Ruhnke's brother, Jimmy Stoddard, who was home on a leave from the air force base at San Antonio .were Guy Stoddard and son Larry, Mr and Mrs James Olson ,iand family and Mr and Mrs 11 Louis Collins and family, all of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Maurice-Miller and family of Algona, Mrs Iva Olson and Mrs Gene Headlund and two children of Ft. Dodge and Mrs Johanna Smith. AU of the Stoddard children were together except one sister that lives in Minneapolis, Minn, ; Mr.s Frank Zeimet of West Bend and her sister, Margaret Weger, who teaches at Dysart, spent the weekend here with their mother, Mrs Mary Weger. Carol Wagner, a student nurse at Mery hospital in Fort Dodge, spent Sunday here with her parent, Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner. Richard Bowes, Los Angeles, Calif., spent three days with his mother, Mrs Edna Bowes. He and his mother went to Clinton Saturday Oct. 22 and spent Sunday ' with his brother, Gordon Bowes and family. Mrs Zeak Smith visited from Wednesday until Sunday with her daughter, Mrs Harold Mansor and family in Algona. Mrs James Olson and familj and Mrs Louis Olson and family of Humboldt and Mrs Lawrence Ruhnke and children were Wednesday visitors at the Mrs Johanna Smith home. Mrs Robert Gordon of Oklahoma City came Saturday to spend a week with her mother Mrs Maude Wilson. Mr and Mrs Art Vaudt and Mr and Mrs Raymond Berte and family were Sunday dinnei guests at the home of the former's ' brother, Herman Vaudt, at Whittemore. Visitors Sunday at the Elmer Schreiber home were Mrs Mary Carroll and Mr and Mrs Judd St. John of Algona. They are Mrs Shreiber's cousins. There was a family reunion Saturday at the Norman Scott home. * Mr and Mrs George Davis were Sfternoon visitors and supper guests at the home of their son, Robert Davis and family neat LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Harl Gimcr of Renwick were Sunday visitors With Mrs Gimer's mother, Mrs Jessamine Miller. Mrs Charles Claus accompanied Mr and Mrs Francis Erpeld ing and family of near St. Jot to Glenvicw, Minn, where they visited the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Wil fred Gisch and family. A group of ladies went to the home of Mrs Lcla Heiter Monday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday. Dennis Monson, who has been spending a furlough here, left Tuesday for New York where he will be stationed. Mrs Richard Thul and family of Algona visited Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs George Foth. Christine Marie Coleman, infant daughter of Mr and'- Mrs Dave Coleman, was baptized Sunday at the Lutheran Church Sponsors were Vernon Hohenberger and Mrs Marvin Gronbach. Harry Bordwell, who has been ill at his home, was taken by ambulance to an Iowa City hospital Tuesday. The following ladies went to the home of Mrs Edith Johnson Saturday afternoon to help her celebrate her birthday which was Sunday: Mrs Louise Gronbach, Mrs Edna Goodenough, Miss Margaret Malin, Mrs Rose Smith, Mrs Thursday, Nov. 10, 1955 Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines-7 YOU CAN CONSOLIDATE .:0-.O;.o,. O.VO...-Q'.- 9 :'Q, p Do You NEED ~ 3 FORT DoDGE'lRbN & METAI^ v PHONE 2-2941 V n r.".. FORT DODGE/, IOWA: ,° h o o o o?'. o " o • o o .o AND REFINANCE YOUR FARM DEBTS Interetl WITH A LAND BANK LOAN ON YOUR LAND Get these extra advantages • No fees or commisiioni lo pay. • Farmer cooperative — locally owned and managed. • Long lerm loan — Payments geared to normal farm income. • Dividends reduce your loan cost. Coif, write of i»» . ,;. EUGENE H. HUTCHINS Secretary-Treasurer Algona Nat'l Farm Loan Ass'n. 110 S. Dodge St. Algona, la. UNO BANK LOANS Member Federal Land Bank System 44-47 Lenn Fuhrman,. Mrs Carl Undcr- berg, Mrs Maude Wilson, and Mrs Edna Bowes. Dinner guests Sunday at the Alvin Lonerlz home were John Lcnertz of near Algona, Billy Henderson, Richard Thul, R. A. Hogan and son Bobby and daughter Marilyn were afternoon visitors at the Lcnertz home. The children of Mrs George Foth gathered at her home Tuesday evening to help her celebrate her birthday. They included Mr and Mrs Gordon Foth and family of near LuVerne; Mr and Mrs Richard Thul and family of Algona,. Mr and Mrs Richard Foth and family and Mr and Mrs Allen Foth and son. Mrs Herman Gronbach wits hostess to the Just For Fun Club members Wednesday aflucrnoon with Mrs J. F. Hnmm as a guest. High prize went to Lena Allman, traveling prize to Mrs Elmer Gronbach, and consolation prize to Mrs Clifford Baker. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS SMOKE Steve Dallant of Manchester became a smoke casualty when Iho interior of his automobile caught fire recently. In trying to get his fishing equipment out of the car, he inhaled too much smoke and collapsed. LAWYER ADVISES COUPLE An intelligent couple named Sawyer, When in trouble called i« a good lawyer. Said he, 'There's a cure For your plugged-up sewer. Use ROOT DESTROYER by BOYER." Removes roots, rags, paper and grease. Quick results. No digging. Get BOYER TODAY. HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE ALGONA Well Drilling ,. and Jeep-Ditching Contact CLETUS F. ELBE PHONE 1313 1403 E. Lucats St. Algona, la. RUPTURE SHIELD-EXPERT, H. L. HOFFMAN of Minneapolis, Minn., will demonstrate, without charge, his "Rupture Shields" in Algona Hotel, Algona 10 to 12 MONDAY. NOVEMBER 14 Please come early. Mr Hoffman says: "I have specialized in the field of Rupture Correction since 1928 and personally filled well over iwenty thousand cases. When skillfully done most Rupture openings will contract in a short time. Above all you can go to work immediately without fear or pain. There are many of my satisfied customers right here in this community." CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large ruptures, which have returned after surgical operations or injection treatments, are especially invited. "If you want- it done right, don't ex- penmen}. See HOFFMANN." If unable to see him at this lime, address: HOFFMAN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 400 Lumber Exchange Minneapolis 1, Minn. Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Finds Healing Substance That Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids .«„,, ' astonishing statements like "Piles huve ceased to bo a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dync*)-discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in suppository or ointment form under the name Preparation II* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. 'Hon. U. S. Put. Off. New York, N. V. (Simnlal) _ For .the first time science has found a new healing- substance with the astonishing: ability to shrink hemorrhoids ami to relieve pain—without surgery. In case after case, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinkage) took place. Most iinum'njr of nl)— results were 10 thorough that sufferers mado Thomas Kiley Services Held Livermore — Funeral services for Thomas Kiley, a Livonnore farmer, who passed away at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge 'Sunday following a heart attack were held Friday at the Methodist Church in Gc.ldi'ield. Rev. Robert Kessinger, the Livermore pastor, officiated. Burial took place at Glenwood cemetery ut Goldfield. He is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mrs Fred Bjonison of Webster City and Gladys at home and a son, Donald, who is in Greenland. He is also survived by three brothers, John Kiley of Corwith, Clark at Renwkk and Lee at Burt and four grandchild fen. 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