The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1955 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1955
Page 9
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November 17,1955 ftiicSUgona Bcs! Jttomesi GAS^TOONS KENUEO'S . . and why does Madam think she can persuade me to service her ear AHEAD of others?" We look ahead lo the service for all our customers. LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Bulk Tank Wagon Service Phone 967 East State St. Ledyard Girls Take In Cage Clinic, Spencer Ledyatd—Mr and Mis Norris Mines, Mr and Mrs Dale Canfield, Mr and Mrs Clinker, and James Davis took the following Now Available In METAL For Long-Lasting "NO HUNTING" SIGNS Easily Seen - Red Background with White Letters! Upper Des Moines PUBLISHING CO. Phone 1100 Algeria girls to Spencer Saturday night to attend the Northwest Iowa Girl's basketball clinic: Karen Schroeder, Karen Wallentine, Karen Darnell, Ruth Wallentine, Delores Udstuen, Gretchen Looft, Alice Ingebritson, Pat Farrow, Janet Johnson, Ann Egesdal, Doris Goetz, LaVaun Green, Marilyn Kramersmeier. Deanna Wiemer, Joann Wentworth, Joyce Menke and Judy Herzog. The two games played were between Cylinder and Hartley and Goldfield and Royal Miss Louise Wilson who taught here some years ago and who now teaches in Minneapolis and Don Knoner and his roommate from Bethel College in Minneapolis were weekend visitors at the Edward Knoner home. Mr and Mr.s Fred Reece of Des Moines were weekend visitors at the Adam Wilhelmi and Ed Reeco homes. Mrs Hines' parents, Mr and Mrs Davis and their son Jimmie of Muscatiine and John Howe who was coach at Grant last year were weekend visitors al the home of IVJr and Mr.s Norris Mines. Mr and Mrs Cecil Spatcher and family of Storm Lake were weekend visitors at the parental Warren Lloyd home. Mr and Mrs Albert Barnes who had been visiting the past week in Newton, Baxter and Ankeny returned home on Saturday. Mr and Mrs William Stubbe whom they visited in Ankeny are building a new home and they expect to be moved in by Christmas. Mr and Mrs Tice Brack entertained Mr and Mrs Wilson Bracfc and Roger, Mr Frank Lewis and Howard all of Lakota at a birthday dinner on Sunday honoring the birthday of their grandson Roger. John H. Meyer Funeral Held Nov. 8, Lakota Lakota — Funeral services for John H. Meyer were held Nov. 8 at St. Paul's Lutheran church with Rev. L. R. Meinecke officiating. Barbara Peterson and Shelda Hertzke sang, accompanied by Lillian Meyer. Pallbearers were Harry Rosenow. Howard Lewis. Will Mabus, Hilmer Hanson, Henry Boettcher and Fred Mabus. Burial was in the Lutheran Cemetery with the Legion conducting military services at the grave. John H. Meyer was born April 2, 1891 at St.' Lucas, Iowa. The family came to the Bancroft community, and then in 1909 to a farm near Lakola. John, with his brother Ed, ran a steam threshing machine for many years until threshing became out of date. Me was a victim of asthma and hay fever for many years and had been a patient in Veternn's hospital. Des Moines, several times the past year, and passed away in Des Moines Thursday. Nov: 3. The deceased is survived by two brothers and four sisters. Ed, Louis and Mrs Amelia Koppen of Lakota, Mrs Margaret Swenson, Mrs Ellen Mehl and Mrs Emma Morrison of Albert Lea, Minn., and 13 nieces and nephews. Home On Furlough Carlyle Gerx.ema stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. spent last weekend with Mrs Gerxema and his parents, Mr and Mrs C. C. Gerzema. Homemakers Meet The Ledyard Township Homemakers met Friday afternoon with Mrs Mary Telkamp assisted bv Mrs Vernon Smith. Mrs Henry Steenhard gave a most interesting talk on Education and its Problems of Today. Mr.s Arlowe Blome sang. Born In West Miss Hunnah Hcflland has received announcements of the birth of a baby boy to Mr and Mrs Peter Angel of Long Roach, Calif, and a girl to Mr and Mrs Kenneth Furst of Oceanside, Calif. Mr.s Angel is the former Marilyn Furst, sister of Kenneth. Mr and Mrs Herbert Furst of Long Beach are the grandparents and were former Lakota and Algona residents. Vote Dec. 1 On County Extension Council Board Lakota Legion Auxiliary met November 8 with Rena Hanson and Gaitha Olson the hostesses. The County president, Mrs J. H. Foth was a guest. Mr and Mrs Wm. Hans of Rudd and Mr and Mrs George Schroeder of Titonka were supper guests of Mrs Mary Zoller Saturday. Mr and Mrs Har£ visited relatives in . this area until Monday. Mr Hans is a brother of Mrs Zoller and Mrs Schroeder. Mr and Mrs Wm. Hippen had as their guests Saturday and Sunday, Mr and Mrs Churles Howe and Miss Marilyn of Des Mo in PS. Sunday visitors were Mr and Mrs Wade Dorenbush of Emmons, Minn. The- dale of December 1, 19nf> at 8:00 p.'hi. has bfen set for holding the township elections so that any qualified voter may come to the election meeting and elect a representative to the Kos.suth County Extension Council, according to Don Budlong. Titonka, chairman of the prosent council. Each township election is being arranged for by the council member from the township who is presently on the county council. They were elected in May for a MX month term which expires on December 31, 1955. The Kossuth County Extension Council is the county governing body, in cooperatin with Iowa State College and the U.S.D.A., which directs the boys and girls 4-H program, home demonstration and agriculture program. The Farm • Bureau formerly had this responsibility, but the 1955 state legislature passed a law separating the extension program from Farm Bureau. Budlong lists the present council member.'? and the township they represent on the county council—Buffalo, Don Budlnng: Burt, Mrs Ellen Holmgren; Cu-s- co, Ross Calhoun; E;ii>le, Wm. Phelps; Fenton, Marold Srhlei: Garficld, Irvin Bunwart; German, Henry Mayland, Jr.; Grunt. Chester Farringlon: Greenwood, Cl;ir- cnce Vaske; Harrison, W. L. Peterson; Hebron. Hugo Mel/; Irvington. Lyie Runey; Le<ly;ircl, Kenneth Busch; Lincoln. John Alberts: Lotts Creek. Albert Meyer: LuVerne. John Voss. Jr.; Plum Creek. Claude Seely; Portland. R. A. Harvey; Prairie. Herman J. Studer; Ramsey, Raymond H. Goche; Rivfrdulo. Bernard Thilges; Seneca. Claude Johnson; Sherman, Harry N a f f /. i g e i ; Springfield, Earl Haas: S-.vea. Eugene Fit/gerald: Union. C. W. Schlichting: Wesley. Mrs Jrane Boleneus; Whittemore, Herman Kollasch. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker spent a week in Greenwood. Ind., visiting the Jack Sndrel's. Betty Jean Hansen of Swen City spent the weekend witli her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Bartlett. PRBCRlPTioHS Christmas Shopping Tips From YOUR FRIENDLY CHRISTMAS STORE WATCHES In Superb Lined Gift Boxes BULOVA - ELGIN - WYLER MENS - LADIES Our Entire Line Reduced in Price! PARKER Pen and Pencil Sets Nothing stands forth as the one most acceptable Christmas gift — for anyone — more than a sparkling wrist watch! 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