The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 17, 1955 · Page 29
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Move A Rural School To Site For Home, Lakota Lakoia — The School house which Mr and Mrs Earl Paulscn purchased from Bert Gordes was moved from the corner in Ger- mnn township to the Paulsen building site in Lakota. Mr and Mrs Paulsen have been living in n trailer home located on theii lots for .several years. p.W.O. Meels The P.W.O. mot Thursday afternoon in the Presbyterian ohurch parlors. Mrs W. E. Ley if-viewctl the book, "A Change of Heart." Hostesses were Mi.ss Kinmn Gutknecht, Mrs William Wirtjes and Mrs Hugh Lewis. Dolores Kienit/: and Mnrlene Gov- :ema and Mrs Hugh Lewis. Mrs Alvin Rippentrop enter- :ained the Executive board mem- oers of the Presbyterian women's irgani/.ation at her home Wednesday evening. Mrs Rippentrop is President, and other members, .ire Mrs Russell Winter, Mrs Donald Clapper, Mrs I. E. Wortman, Mrs Ronald Heetland, Mrs Cliff Buckels. Mrs Cort Rippcn- Irop, Mrs Jerry Heetland and Mrs Jerry Ukena. Mrs C. C. Gov.cma as the president elec! was also present. Mrs Johanna Frerichs is again home after hav- past few month* ',-hiughtrr, Mr? Buffalo Center. K. R. Worley of several Donald at the Ger/ema ing spent the willi another John Bruns at Mr and Mrs Sprin»dale, Ark. visited days Idst week with the Mr and Mrs Arlowe Blome. Douglas and Terry. Mrs Elmer Paulsen, Donna and Richard went to Yankton, South Dakota, Friday and visited until Sunday with Mr and Mrs Larry Stafford. Mrs Henry Olthoff accompanied her sister, Mrs Jasper Stecn- hard and son, Raymond, of Swea City and brother. Roy Ennen, of Lone Rock to Goodridge. Minn, last Thursday to visit their sister, Mrs Henry Clausen and family. Mrs Clausen, the former Tena Ennen, has been in poor health. They returned home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Russell TePask'c and boys attended the wedding of Mr TePaske's sister, Oct. 25th at Archer. Mrs TePaske was soloist. Larry was ring bearer and Mr TePaske gave his sister in marriage. Mrs Jerry Heetland, Mrs Robert Rippentrop , -d Mrs Mary Zollrr attended the County Legion Auxiliary meeting at Whitto- more Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Walter Christ and children attended funeral services for Mrs Christ's mother. Mrs Ella Brandt, at the Good Hope Lutheran Church at Titonka, Oct. 29. Others who at- '.e-nded were Mr and Mrs Paul Christ, Mr and Mis Robeyt Adcly, Mr and Mrs Ernest Christ, Mr and Mrs August Christ. Mrs Will Mabus, Mrs John V. Dorenbush. Mrs Alvin Boe-ttrher .md Mrs W. E. Meyer. Mrs Lottie Iscnbcrgt-r of Bur' Elsie Baum last the absence of the Annual Ludefisk Supper AtOttosenOnNov. 17th Clapper family. They left Thursday to visit other relative.-: in Mason City. Mr arid Mrs Ralph Dewey. Rener and Johnny of Sac City visited at the Jerry Ukena home Thursday until Saturday. Mr and Mrs C. F. Enneberg went to Sioux City Thursday where Mr Enneberg attended a refrigf ration meeting. David Kienit/., Carl Miller and Roger Goeke left Saturday fnr Montana to hunt clevr anc! they will also visit David's sister Mrs Kenneth Ullman and family Mr and Mrs James Smith am' Mr and Mrs Veinon Smith attended a birthday party in honor of Roger Smith at the -DeVere Smith homo in Elmore Saturday evening. Rngor is a grandson of Mr and Mrs James Smith. Mrs Mary Telkamp and her grandson, Roger Rippentrop vi.sit- cd relatives in Fort Dodge Wednesday and Thursday. Mr and Mrs Andrew Jansen visited Mr and Mrs John Rippentrop of Titonka Sunday. The Misses Emma and Lena Gutkncrht entertained 20 women .it ,i galloping breakfast last Tuesday morning. Members of the Esthci Circle of Presbyterian •.vonu'n are servine these breakfasts. KILLED A collision between an auto- ; tin'bile and a drug store resulted j fatally for 77 year old William Jacobs, at Dike. His car went ' nut ot eontri'l on the ir.ain street, \ Oltosen — The Annual Lude- fisk Supper served by the Ottosen Lutheran Ladies Aid will be held tonight, (Thurs.) Nov. 17 in the Trinity Lutheran church parlors. Serving will start at five o'clock. The charge will be Si.50 for adults and 75 cents for children twelve years of age and under. The committees appointed for this supper are: kitchen, Mrs Jacob Ryg, Mrs Percy Watriem, Mrs Magnus Bratland, Mrs Oscar Oppcdahl, Mrs Melvin Ellingson, Mrs Loran Daniel, Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Ted Underberg. Mrs Harold Mountain. Mrs John Nielsen, Mrs Sam Kropf and Mrs Earl Olson; dish washing. Mrs Dean Loos, Mrs Richard Kropf. Mrs Norman Helk-seth and Mrs Joe Traub: dining room, Mrs Olvin Haug. Mrs Chester Alme. Mrs Merle Holt, Mrs Kenneth MeLu- en. Mrs Donald Usher. Mrs Richard Kinseth. Mrs Sylvan Jacobson. Mrs Roy Enockson, Mrs Hoi- lis Cooper. Mrs John Vinaas. Mrs Antone Speich. Mrs DeVere Newton, ;ind Mrs Louis Jacobson. Fifth Birthday Craig Kinseth was five years old November 4 and that afternoon he was honored at a party ;it the parental Richard Kinseth home. flayed with eve-c-k during housekeeper. Mis Orval Kienitz. a recent bride, was guest of honor at a linen shower at the W. F. Kienitz home Tuesday evening. Hostesses were Mrs W. F. Kienit/r, | ramming the building. i FOUNDATION i Seventeen men p'>ure:t.i ci-p.cr'.'te i steadily hi] lli hnur.<, recently, to I prepare- the ba>e i>>r ;i new engine j ;it the Orange City puwer plant. I 1(50 ruble yards •>( c;>ni:;ete were pfiUi ed. Well Drilling and Jeep-Ditching Contact CLETUS F. ELBERT PHONE 1313 1403 E. Lucats St. Algona, la. Present P. T. A. Program The- American Legion and Auxiliary presented the program at the regular meeting eit the P. T. A. Tuesday evening. The _ school banci played while the Legion Commander LeRoy Worby advanced the Hag. Mrs Mike Coyle, president of the Auxiliary led the group in the pledge to the flag. Mrs Jake Ryg. secretary for the Auxiliary gave a report of the work done by tin.-; group tlu- past year. A clarinet quartet e'onsisting of Puith Usher. Leslie.- Ann Zinnel. Donald Newton and Mary Ann McLuen played a number after which Mis Ka.-;nus Olson, a member of the Auxiliary, presented to the school a Shrine eif Freedom. Other numbers on the program wete a horn solo by Gaiv Sehultx. poems by Mrs Rasmus Olson and it very interesting talk by Marilyn Long on her trip to Gi'jls State. The closing number was a clarinet seilo by Martha Usher. For the December piogram the school will present the annual j Christmas program. The refresh- ; ! ment committee is Mrs Laurrl j j Worster. Mr.- Sila.s Banwart. Mrs j i Arthur Loving. Mrs Ed Kemna. ; ! Mrs Clara Solberg and Mrs Al- I i fred Schult/. I | P. W. O. Meeting j The Presbyterian Woman's Or- | ' ganu'.ation met Friday aUerrioon | j in the church parlors with Mrs i I Sam Kropf hostess. M;s Jes>e ' : VanBuskn k. vice president, was j j in charge. Mrs Ear! Long gave the lesson. Thir- group will serve their annual supper Dec. 7. Mrs E-M-- Coupe i i cad "Off The Mam Road'' from tho Outreach.. Mrs Mike Coyle 'can an article on the- LiUK Blown Chuich In The Vale. The next meeting will be NVv. L'5 with M.'s Mike Coyh- .irr.i Mis Che MI i Airne hosie.-.>es. Mi and Mis Mike- Coyle' arid Mi and Mrs Rw Te. Ifard veiled at thi- Harold N. Johri.-'in home at Thor Sunday aftirneuii. Mrs D.mal'd Ct.iii;.n.-i anei Nancy. Mrs Hulhs Cuetper and Mis Essie Cooper '.'.'ere Tucseiay eaile).- at !!ie home of Mrs Fi ank Henley at Emmetsburg. Mr and Mis Olaf Bruvik and Curtis we're Sunday dinner gue^t- at the Alfred Vaag home- al Bod-.to honoi Mis Briivik e'li her birthday. Mr uiiel Mrs Richaid Kinseth and family we're Satuuiay evening giu-sts at the- Ravmond LOOS Lome' to ee-lehratt- the 1 birthdays .'!' Cr.us KmM't?! wl'.u-h was Nov. •4. Richard Kinseth on Nov. 5. ;,nd IVboiah Loos wlueh was Nov (i Mr and Mrs Archie Hanson "f Spirit Lake' visited Mrs K.-M-J Cooper \Vedne.-day. Mr and Mrs H. .!. Nielsen \v. re Wednesday evening supper gue-ts at the Hi.y Iss.tcsor. home at R .Ife. Tl:U:-d,iy evening \;-ito;> a! the' Ilollis Cooper iioine to e-el-;-- brate his birthday were Mr anti Mrs Rolland Fevo'ld of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Clyde Cooper 6t Bode and Mr and Mrs Donald Cooper. Mrs Roy Enockson and ..daughter. Mrs Lowell Shelgren of Gilmore City attended, a miscellaft- eous shower at the St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore Sunday afternoon honoring Arlene Hedin of Whittemore. Miss Hedin became the bride of Conrsd Satern of West Bend on Nov. 12. Thursday morning, Mrs Howard Hellickson and Mrs DeVere Newton drove to Webster City to meet Mrs Heliickson's aunt, Mrs C. A. Lilcskau of Chicago. En- route home the ladies called at the homes of Mrs Anna HSckol and Mrs Thea Stackland at Eagle Grove. Friday Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson and Mrs C. A. Li- leskau attended funeral services for a relative, Mrs Lou Lileskau, at Odin, Minn. Friday evening on their way home the trio were supper guests at the Kenneth Halverson home at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Paul Heggcn of Renwick were Monday evening callers at the Antone Speich home. Ruth Speich returned to Ames Monday afternoon following a ten day vacation. Mr and Mrs Percy Watncm returned home Monday after spending tho weekend a week ago at the Thorn Watncm home at Burlington. Mr anri Mrs Olvin Haug and family visited Thursday evening at the James Barber home near West Bend to see the Barber's new baby daughter. Mr and Mrs Joe Culbc-rtson and family of Lone Rock were Saturday evening supper guests at the Alfred Schultz home. Mr and Mrs Jesse Van Buskirk were Saturday supper guests at ,he Gerald Tverson home ,it Storm Lake. Sunday afternoon visitor. 1 * at the VanBuskirk home were Mrs Kenneth AJstot and daughter and Mr and Mrs Clar- Tice Krocger and sons of Laurens. Sunday afternoon and supper guests at the Earl Long home were Mr and Mrs L. O. Short and Pamela of Spencer and Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland and family of Bode. Mr and Mrs George Frohling of Eagle Grove visited at the Mike Frohling home Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf were Sunday dinner guests at the Harold Kropf home at Dakota City Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Anna Longseth were Mr and Mrs Alfred Lemke 01 Fontanelle and Mr and Mrs Harold Sun-dot and family of Algona Pfc. Allan Watnem, son of M. and Mrs Percy Watnem, is now stationed at Camp Taylor, near Mafiahiem, Germany. He has taken trip to Amsterdam. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hofius joined otHer members of Mrs Hofius' family at the home of her mother, M^'s Cora Bacon in Algona Sunday for a pot luck dinner to honor Mrs Hofius' brother-in-law and sistec. Mr and Mrs Stanley McDonald of Herm- inston. Oregon. The visitors were called to Algona by the Mr McDonald's brother. The Commercial Club sponsored a card and bingo party^for all members and their families Friday evening in the club building. Those who won high prizes at 500 were Mr Krause and Mrs Willis King and low prizes went to Mrs Kenneth McLuen and Percy Watnem. The Cooper family gathered Sunday for dinner "at the home of Mrs Essie Cooper to celebrate six birthdays, all of which are in November. Oscar Oppedahl is a surgical patient at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge. He expects to come home near the end of the week. Mr and Mrs H. J. Nielsen had as house guests over the weekend Mr and Mrs Palmer Michelson and Sharon and Dawn Carrol and Marsha Stave all of Minneapolis, Minn, and Mrs Florence Flanigan of Fort Dodge. Mrs Donald Cooper was hostess to the Ottosen Progressive Club Thursday afternoon at her home. death of Thursday, Nov. 17, 19SS (>«>.) Upp«r ESCAPED Lqjenz Albrecht. Frcdcricksburg farmer, has a sore back but was otherwise uninjured when he wa; caught in a corn elevator on his farm. The machinery tore off al his clothes except his shoes and socks. LUVERNE NEWS Mr and Mrs Jess Lindebak were Saturday overnight guests at the home of his brother, Mr jnd Mrs Harold Lindebak in Hacl- cliffe. Mr and Mrs Joe Madden of Fciilon were visitors .Sunday in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs James Mallory. Mr and Mrs George Johnson, brother, Theodore Johnson visited Tuesday to Sunday in Mclvin, 111., at the home of their sister, Mr and Mrs Sam Bickel and other relatives. WANT ADS-BftlNS DO YOU SMELL BAD? Do folks hold their noses when they walk by your house? Nothing personal, of course — It's your clogged septic tank that needs attention. Boyer's amazing SEPTIC TANK CLEANER liquifies sludge — opens up your drainfield too. Ask for BOYER TODAY 1 HALL-STRAHORN HARDWARE ALGONA • Mai- proof • Safa • Duit. proof • Wealhei proof Watch for THE GREEN-AND-GOLD BJUSTROM FURNITURE VAN) Remember To Get Your CARNATION Cottage Cheese THIS WEEK-END I • • • t At Your Grocer's Flag down the record breaker and take the wheel! Fresh slant on Transportation Wherever you see the famenis tilted rectangle of The Milwaukee Road, you're lookiin; at the trudunmrk of an alert and progressive railroad. This month, The Milwaukee" lias joined the Union Pacific and Southern Pad lie in operating live Streamliners over the Chicago-Omaha link of th« Overland Route. $8',-' million are being spent on new diosel locomotives to keep The Milwaukee Road 100",', dieseli/ed and eleetrtfed. A new freight yard is being built to serve SI. Paul-Minneapolis similar to the two ••push-button' 1 yards at Milwaukee and at Bensenville, just wes-t of Chicago, that protect freight in switching and help.Keep it moving all along the line. Milwaukee management is always a slop ahead; personnel is always ready to serve. Your ^lilwaukee Hoad agent may have a new angle on your shipping. Call him today. YOU CAN CONSOLIDATE AND REFINANCE YOUR took of lh« mop! SHIP-TRAVEl FARM DEBTS ^MfajJiS! Interest We've got these new '56 Chevrolet demonstrators cruising*the streets to make it easy for you to drive the car that shattered the Pikes Peak record. When you see one, wave- it to the curb—and take the wheel. You'll discover all the things that make this new Chevy a champ! ^^ " Industrial Sites """"""'.i".!*-^ for ytur bwiint»t. v»k vi- Wt ^ \ b««< many if «wW» li«l'«n»- _ > y THE MILWAUKEE ROAD fOUTE OF THe SUPER DOME HlAWATHAS Chit ago, MO v. ouL.t, SI. Pgul and PatUURoil'ogd WITH A LAND BANK LOAN ON YOUR LAND Get these extra advantages t No fees or commiisions lo pay. • Farmer cooperative — local!/ owned and managed. • Long term loan — Poymenli geared to normal fanv income. t Dividends reduce vo»r leaa (Oil. Co", writ* or itf EUOiNE H, HUTCHINS Secretary-Treasurer Algona Nat'l Farm Loan Ass'n. UO S. Dodge St. Algona. la- UNO BANK LOANS Member Federal Land Bank System Here's the car that challenged a mountain —and won! The car that smashed the Pikes Peak record— proving it has the qualities that mean safer, surer driving control! Like to drive 'er? Like to see why we say the hot one's even hotter this year? Want to sample all the things that make this '56 Chevy a champ? That's easy. Just flag down one of these new Chevrolet demonstrators we've got cruising the streets—and take over! You'll feel the handling ease that took the twists out of the winding Pikes Peak road. And you'll see what we mean by record-breaking power. These Chevrolets are powered by the new 205 h.p. ''Super Turbo-Fire V8"—an extra-cost option that pours out all the action you could ever ask for! So, give one of our new Chevys the high sign—just for fun. Watch for us—and we'll be watching for you! THE HOT ONES BVSN HOTTER \ <.Y ^H^^^H V! ,..^^^^W , , \ ^ v - V'A KOSSI III MOTOR COMPANY SOUTHWfST gf COURTHOUSE SQUARE

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