The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1956 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 17, 1956
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2-AI06na (la.) Upper Des Motaes Tuesday, January 17, 1956 Plan Series Of Tractor Maintenance Schools Kossuth 4-H leaders fend implement dealers met Jan. 12 at Al- .gona to plan a county 4-H Tractor Maintenance Program for February and March. The special tractor maintenance activity training program will cover tractor safety, what makes an engine run, general lubrication, oil for engine and hydraulic system clean air for your engine, mixing Juel and air, ignition, , cooling systems for 'engines. , Two special meetings will be ,-lield in February and two in -March at local implement firms In place of the regular monthly meetings, • The training yill be given by implement dealers, leaders attending the tractor maintenance school at Ames, local' leaders and county extension personnel. The schedule is as follows: Grieman Implement Co. & Linde Implement Co., Swea City, •February: 13 and 27th and March 12 and 26th with Eagle, Swea- Harrison, Grant and Seneca clubs attending. J. E. Ukena & Co. of Lakota, February 6 and 20th and March 5 and 19th'with Lakota and Lincoln clubs participating, , Albert Deitering, Kemna Motor Co. and Bancroft Implement Co. ut Bancroft, February 6 and 20th and March 5 and 19th with Burt, Buffalo, Greenwood, F e n t o n, Ramsey and Portland clubs attending. '•' ' ... • Bradley Implement Co., Buscher Implement and Taylor Implement Co; of Algona, February ,.0 and 20th and March 5 and 19th iwith Union, Wesley, Algona, Prairie, LuVerite and Plum Creek clubs attending. '• Whittemore Implement Co., February 6 and 20th and March 5 and 19th, Whittemore with Whittemore and Lotts •- Creek clubs attending. West Bend Implement Co. at •West Bend on February .8. and 22nd and March 14 and 28th with Garfield and St. Joe clubs attending. . $71 DO Now In Building Fund, Swea Church Swea City—The annual business meeting of the Immanuel Lutheran church was held Tuesday, Jan. 10. In his annual report, Rev. Yourigquist slated that the congregation had surpassed the 500 communicant member figure of last September, but since that lime, • transfers had been made so that at the present time there are 493 confirmed members and 198 children, making a total of 691. Thirty nine communicants had been received during the year, and 23 transferred and three removed by death. The Sunday School has ah enrollment of 160 children, unconfirmed. The Treasurer, Lowell Roberts, reported an expenditure of $12,698.41. ' Of this amount $355.38 was in bills payable when the books were closed a few days prior to the meeting. However, it was revealed Tuesday that this amount was now on hand. $4,468.06 had been given to missions, benevolence, and Christian Higher Education. The Woman's Missionary Society treasurer, Mrs Claude Johnson revealed an expenditure of $1,114,85. Mrs Alan Bell, treasurer of .the Ladies Aid, reported an expenditure of $2,067.68. Of this amount $1200 had been given to the building fund, and $2,246.36 for the pur- COMPLETE chase of new chairs. The Sunday School treasurer Donald Cordes repb'rted expenditures" in the general fund of $661.04. The,Fellowship League treasurer Mrs Raymond Gustafson reported expenditures of $63.41 und the Luther League treasurer, Roflert Kall- ved, reported expenditures of $33.50. The building fund treasurer Richard Anderson reported that $71,141.94 was in the building fund. This doe<5 not include a number of notes oh hand. Election results were as fol- ows; Deacons, Ole Kvamsdale and John Nyrnan. Trustees, Raymond Gustafson and Everett Johanson, Sunday School Supt, Lloyd Thorson, assistant, Mrs Edith Swanson. Organist, Mrs Sherman Gunderson. ' Choir director, Mrs Frances Deim. Junior choir director, Mrs Cecil Thoreson. Music Committee, Mrs Martin Dahl, Mrs Maurice Drew, Mrs Morris Johnson, Mrs Albert Anderson, Mrs Earl Kvamsdale, Mrs Jack Van Norman. Nominating committee, Mrs Roy Anderson, Mrs Minnie Kylen, Harry Lund, Mrs Harvey C. Larson, Mrs Roy Pehrson and Mrs O. R. Person. Delegate to I6wa conference meeting, Henry Larsen, alternate Rudy Peterson. Delegate to Northern District, Carl' Lofstrom, alternate Albert Swanson, Auditing committee W. E. Carlson, Oscar Linde, Monford Peterson. , Ushers, Morris Johnson, Ronald Stenzel, Wayne Thompson, Jack Van Norman. Lutheran Welfare Society representatives, Mrs G. D. Baker and Mrs Milton Peterson. Mrs W. L. Carroll, Ogden, la., is visiting her sister, Mrs E. I. Hammond. Mrs Hammond has been bedfast the past three weeks because of a heart condition. H. R, Holden, extension agronomist at low'a State college, will speak on "What about fertilizers in 1956" at Legion hall Monday Jan. 16 at 1:30 p.m. As I am leaving the farm, I will sell at public auction on the August Gade farm, 1 mile east and 1 '/i miles north of West Bend or 5!/z miles south of .Whitlemore, on Thurs., Jan. 26 Patrick Rolling Of Bancroft Weds Jan. 9th Bancroft — Dorothy E. Feddersen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Feddersen of Dolliver, became the bride of Patrick Rolling, of Bancroft at .St. Mary's Catholic Church in Armstrong Monday, Jan. 9. Rev. L. J. Eisenbacher performed the ceremony. The bride was attired in a white satin waltz length gown with scoop neckline with layers of nylon edged in Belgian lace on ;he skirt. The bride . was attended by Dona Feddersen who wore a gown of shrimp pink taffeta with off shoulder cap sleeves and a net overskirt. Dennis Rolling was his brother's attendant as groomsman. Ushers were Don Feddersen, brother of the bride, and Harold Abbas, friend of the couple. Mr and Mrs Rolling will make their home on a farm southwest of Swea City. AROUND ALGQM' Sale starts al 12:30 of Cattle 2 Shorlhorn Cows one fresh and one heavy springing; 4 Hoi- siein Cows, one fresh & three heavy with calf; Roan bull, 18 months old; Whiieface calf; 2 Holslein calves, '400 Ibs.; Roan calf: Holstein calf. 300 LEGHORN CHICKENS 60% Egg Production the Jfabrni ClrcU will mfeei Frfday'afte'fnpbn at the home' of Mrs Cleve Bartlbh. • _0_ Mrs Willis Colwell h,as been confined to her home for the past ten ;days with a. virus infection, —o— Mrs ,W. J, Sigsbee is hostess to her Sewing Club this afternoon, (Tuesday). . Mr and Mrg John Groen are the parents of a new. daughter, born last Week. She has • two older sisters. • • . • —o— Mrs Don Asa was hostess to her sewing club last Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Marvin • Calhoun was assisting hostess. . \ The Staff Party of the Rebekah lodge will be held Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. . -r-o— . . A Parent-Teacher meeting.of the Presbyterian Sunday School will be held Wednesday evening, Jan. 18, 8 p.m.., at the church. —o—• Mr and Mrs John Durin and children, Jim, Patty, Dianne and Mary Alice left Sunday for" their new home in California. . —o— • Mr and Mrs John Spencer had as their guests over the weekend, Mr and .Mrs Lynn Kieckendorf and daughter of Fort Dodge. .—o—. Mrs Jack Hernon will be hostess to the members of the Hobby Club Wednesday evening at her home. , Q Mr and Mrs Warren Nelson have rented the house on Jerome street belonging to the late Rev. Alexander English. —o— P. E. O. Society meets this Wednesday evening for dinner at the home of Mrs D. E. Dewel. The Founders Day program is in charge of 'Mrs Bob McCullough. —o— The Eighth Graders Dance Club which Mrs Delia Moxley instructs will not have their regular class this week. The next meeting is Wednesday, Jan. 25. John Folh returned Tuesday from Des Moines where he has been a patient for many weeks at Veteran's hospital. He is recovering nicely. —o—• Mrs Tom McGraw was hostess to her bridge club at her home on Thursday evening. Prizes were received by Mrs Stanley Muckey and Mrs Clair Thomas. —o— Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor and Mr ar\d Mrs Harry Greenberg left Saturday for a southern vacation. They planned to be away two weeks. v •' t Parents Of A Son Mr and 'Mrs Herman Kahler are the parents of a son born Jan. 2 at Holy Familyvhospital in Estherville. He weighe\7 pounds and 12 ounces and has been named Kenneth Herman. ; ." -'f' i { **''.£Bailey. MrV Wfargflfetf .'ijtsnfelt, Mrs Eliaabeth Post, Mrs OliVef Bakken and Mrs Bud Olson. Mr and Mrs W. M. Gearing are being visited by their little tranddaughter, Paula Black, of Slearwater, Kansas. She-is .the daughter of the Sev. and Mrs Paul Black. Presbyterian 'Women's Association will; meet Thursday afternoon at the Church for. dessert- luncheon. Mrs George St. John is in charge of the Upper Room service, Mrs Glenn .'Jones will give devotions' and the program will be presented by members of the executive board.' Mrs John Folh is the new chairman of the organization and will preside -at the business meeting. ;' / : • :1 —o— New elders elected at Ihe congregational meeting of the Presbyterian church last week are Leon Martin, Willis Colwell and Charles Hardgrove. New trustees are Lowell Lenz, Al Agena, OH" ver Carlson and James Potter. Dick Burt was chosen to'fill out the term of trustee, Milton Hinders. Financial Secretary is George Cook; church treasurer, J. A. Reid; benevolence treasurer, D. G. Clopton; head usher, 0. G. Clopton; assistant head usher, Carroll Branson. Karl Kiilsholm is Sunday School Superintendent and Andrew Crawford is chairman of the building fund committee. to the RahrriS. Mr and Mrs Sanford Mitchell were at Mrs Mitchell's patents, Mi? arid Mrs Ban Froehllch's for N4w Year's 'Day and two dfiyS following. 1 ' , ' •' , The latest $1. Benedict card, party was held Jan. 10 at the home of Mrs Al Rosenmeyer. This seems to be the place where Mrs Lawrence Cirik is the lucky winner of high prize. The last three times we have been there, she has done that very thing. Next party will be Jan. 18 at the home of Mrs Philip Arndorfer. Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe were dinner guests at the Philip Arndorfer home Jan. 14. On Jan. 12 Mrs Arndorfer had a most enjoyable day at the home of her aunts, ; Julia and Helen McEnroe of Algona. Mr and Mrs , John Schmitz of Halbur visited at the Mrs Anna Raskopf 'home on Monday. Mr and Mrs Frank Eisenbartfi and three grandsons, Mrs BUI Pech and Bonnie and Mr and Mrs Bud Schmidt of St. Paul were Wednesday afternoon callers at the Mrs Anna Raskopf' home. ; •Nancy Downs spent Thursday afternoon with Jane Nelson. Llndai Seilet spent Sunday at the Har61d Thill home While her parents, Mf and Mrs Jule Seller called oft Mrs John Huff who was a patient at the Mercy hospital at Mason City, Burt Boys To 74-37 Win Burt and Thompson traded Idp-sided triumphs at Thompson Jan. 10. The Burt boys took an easy 14-37 win in the finale after the girls dropped the opener; 57-25. , Thompson held a 25-11 lead at the half of the girls'contest. Johnson led the winners with 22 points, while Mary Keith got eight for Burt. . Burl's boys racked up their twelfth straight win and clinched the, State Line Conference crown in the nightcap. John Smidt' counted 27 points',' Jerry Carman 19 and Gary Giddings 16 for Burt. The winners held a 2-1 edge all the way : in total points. Farm Machinery, Etc. 1941, H, I.H.C. Farmall, just like new; 1941 V.C. Allis Chalmers, in good condition; No. 138 I.H.C. cultivator for H Farmall; 3-14 Oliver plow, 2 years old, just like new; 6 Section Drag; 15 foot springiooth, 2 years old; 15 foot John Deere disc; John Deere spreader; Minnesota side delivery rake; 6 foot horse drawn mower; 1951 M. M. Corn Picker; Wood Flare Box with John Deere Running Gear; 36 ft. John Deere elevator; Corn Binder; I.H.C. endgaie seeder; Wood running gear; Two 14 ft. wooden feed bunks; Steel wheel wagon; 21 Bridge Planks; 14 inch John Deere hammer mill; Hog walerer; Pump Jack; Steel wheeled flat rack; 2 unit Surge milker wiih motor; 40 feet of pipe line for milker; Iowa cream separator; Home Comfort cook stove, like new. 100 Gal. gas barrel. Tank healer; 10 x 12 Hog Feeder; Chicken House, 12 by 14; Hog shed 24 x 12 feet, 8 ft. high shingle roof. Pump house, 6 by 8 wiih cooling tank. 275 bales of Alfalfa Hay; 275 bales of slraw; 4 Jon loose Hay; (All in barn) Other small items loo numerous to manlion. Lunch Wagon on the grounds. TERMS: Cash or make arrangements with your banker. iDWIN GADE Mr and Mrs Ray Welp left Monday to spend the remainder of the winter in Texas. Mrs R. J. Doyle entered Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge where she underwent major surgery Friday. F. X. Wilhelmi has boon ill and confined to his home lor the past lew days. Clc'tus Dorr entered Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, where he will undergo major surgery Monday. Mrs George Murron entered Si. Ann hospital, Algona, for observation. Mrs Ruse Fuch and Bill spent a few days in Minneapolis visiting al the Ben Sudemier home and buying for tlu, furniture store. Kenneth and Clarence ML-Guire, Lawrence and Larry Bergman and Floyd Yackle left Tuesday on a vacation trip in Nebraska and South Dakota. Mr and Mrs Clarence Diers are the parents of a daughter born Monday at St. Ann hospital in Algona. | Miss Clara Hellman is a patient of Holy Family hospital, Estherville. Mrs Fred Kadow i.-, also a patient at Holy r'umil) where she underwent major sur K <-'»•>'. Mrs Henry Arntlorfur returned home from Spirit Lake hospital when- she underwent surgery two weeks ago. Mr und Mrs Harold Hamilton are on an extended visit in California where they are visitin;.; Mi Hamilton's mother. They left from Mason City by plane. Mr and Mrs Don Williams ami son moved from Council Blulfs tu Des Moines Friday. Mr Williams is employed by the Northwestern Bel! Telephone Co. Mrs Williams is the former Marjorv Dudcling. Mrs Dudding a n d I'utsy, Mr and Mrs Richaru Menke, Kay and Janice and Mary Lea Renger went to Des Moines Friday to help them get moved into their new home. They also visited Mi and Mi's Thomus Len sing and Joyce tt Ames. Mrs Alice Dole, Irv'ington, spent Thursday evening with hei sister, Mrs Lawrence Menke. Art Menke, Richard Meiike and LCD Arndorfer spent Thursday at Highmure, S. 1). Mr and Mrs D. T. Hemmingsen spent the weekend • in Des Moines. Mr Hemmingsen attended a business meeting and they called on Mr and Mrs Bob Larson, former Algonans. —o— i Xi Xi chapter of Beta Sigma 1 Phi meets this evening, (Tuesday) at the home of Mrs Milton Will. Mrs Bob Williams is in charge of the program on Ceramics. .' —O Mrs Craig Smith was hostess to her bridge club Thursday evening. Mrs Russell Buchanan and Mrs Dean Parrott were guests. Prizes were received by Mrs Alan Buchanan and Mrs Russell Buchanan. —o— Mr and Mrs C. R. LaBarre and Mr and Mrs R. C. LaBarre wen 1 , to LuVerne Sunday evening to attend the wedding of Ruth Marty to Judean Weltha:. The bride is a former employee of the Al- [jona Insurance Agency. —0— Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips had as their guests over the Weekend, Mr and Mrs Bob Arnott of Mankato, Minn. The A.rnotls are former Algonans having managed the radio station branch here. Ho is at present news director for a station in Mankato but they plan to move to California, Feb. 1. The ladies of the First BaptUl church will have an all day meeting Thursday at the church. Mrs Walter Heerdt is hostess and the program is in charge of Mrs Cora Martin. The young mothers' group of The First Baptists are meeting Tuesday evening at the •hurch. Mrs Wayne Hanson v/as given i surprise Pink and Blue shower; )y a group of her neighbors at her home on Thursday evening. Attending were Mrs Homer Clark, Mrs Leota Halpin, Eva Magnus Rahms Observe Silver Wedding Jan. 6 St Benedict—Mr and Mrs Magnus Rahm entertained their children, Mr and Mrs Robert Arndorfer and Debra, Mr and Mrs Joe Rahm, Diane, Judy, Billy and Mike by going to Frank and Em's Cafe in Algona for dinner on Jan. 6, in honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of the Magnus Rahms. 1 Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Magnus Rahm and their children entertained a group of relatives and friends in lh,eir home in honor of the occasion. The honored couple received many nice gifts. Those attending were Mr and Mrs John Bierl, Mrs Ben Dwenger, Mrs Cliff Dehnert, Mr and Mrs Paul Buch, Mr and Mrs Frank Youngwirth, Mr and Mrs Art Neuroth, Mr and Mrs Vic Neuroth, Mrs Bob Gillingham, Mr and Mrs Russ Hardgrove, Mr and Mrs Frank Weber, Mr and Mrs John Ludwig, Mr and Mrs Ed Foertsch, Mr and Mrs Jule Sei- Jer, Mr and Mrs Ed Arend, Mr 'and Mrs Mike Elbert and Mr and •Mrs Oswald Thilges. r "The Town and Country Club of which Mrs Magnus Rahm is a member presented a silver tray t ' 5 ifi "GAD, MY FEET ARE KILLING ME!" That's the trouble with paying monthly bills the old fashioned way. Pay by check, and you avoid all that pavement pounding. Just drop your payments in the mail on your way out to a leisurely lunch hour — and your cancelled checks will serve as fool-proof receipts. IOWA STATE BANK Safe — Confidential — Accommodating ., • ' Algona "' Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Colwell Bros.. Aucls. Jov/a Stale Bank, West Bend, Clerk. ADVERTISING in me Algoru Upper Des Moines reacnes more families in Kossulli counly lhac any other publiuatiou WIPE OUT RATS! WHEN YOU USE FAMOUS CONCENTRATE WORID'S GRiATIST flUD TESTS PgQVf GUARANTIED Tp DESTROY YOUH BATS AND MIC! OR YOUR MONEY BACK) Makes 6 Ibs. of d-CON KOHLHAAS HARDWARE 240-ACR FARM AT AUCTION! The heirs of Fred anil Frieda Willrett will offer for sale al 'Public Auction the Willrett home farm (240 acres) for cash on the farm. Saturday, Jan. 28 V W 1:30 P.M. LOCATION OF LAND 2 miles and 1 miles North of Algnna, jir Vi i»"lc East, 3 miles South, 1 mile East and 1 mile South of Burt. Legal Description; SW I Sec. 8 and S fr. '/ ? of HE I Sec. 7. AH in Township Mi. North, Range '.2S, Kossuth County, Iowa. IMPROVEMENTS Good House* New Crib and Granary, New Well, Double Garage, Fair Barn and Cuttle* Shed. Plowing done. Farm well Uimled and in goud state of production. TERMS POSSESSION MARCH 1st, l»5fi TEUMS: CASH- 20% Down at date of sale— Balance. March 1, 1956 on taking possession. Purchaser to enter into usual contract. Brokers must register buyer with clerk before sale starts. w T JHUX %5l»l JL JMS5M1T -cl Rudolph Willrett, Agent QU1NN * YUNUEBERG, Auctioneers Local Buyer *;; ! ,t «P * '>! * Goes Jo ON Market Show • ' '. V Frank'Mouifort Buying For, Bjustrom's Mr and Mrs Frank Moullon are attending the Semi r Annual Homefurnlshings Show m Chicago, 111., this week, where Prank is selecting new" spring merchandise for the Bjusirom Furniture Co. here. Thousands of buyers from all over the country Visit •this semiannual show, which is held in the 14-story Furruiure Mart, and which generally overflows into the giant Merchandise Mart building in downtown Chicago. It is at this market lhal the nation's best furniture and homefurnishirtgs manufacturers FRANK Goes To Chicago Furniture Market display their newest productions, and Frarik is selecting merchandise that will be shipped to Bjustrom's for spring-selling. Meanwhile, Roy Bjustrom, store owner, will act as baby-sitter for the four Moulion girls. In this, he will receive capable assistance from his wife, Florence, but in informed circles it is felt thai Florence will likely do most of the baby-sitting, while Roy will claim the honors. Roy will himself visit Chicago later, to inspect the market's offerings, also^ Mr Moulion, while at the market, will make selections of furniture, tiaxpet, drjip- ery, and "Other ' himeturnisHnga items. He is visiting the displays and booths of all major lines in Chicago, and his selections will be slated for spring showing at {he Bjusirom store here. In Chicago, Mr and Mrs Moul- ion will be joined by a buyer from a New York homefurnish- ings store, who is also bringing his wife to the semi-annual show. The two couples will attend the market together. This buyer served with Frank in the Navy Air Corps during World War II, and the two ex-servicemen have maintained their friendship ever since. They also met when the ROY He's Baby Sitting two atlended an Alexander Smith Carpet School in the Bronx, N. Y., from which Frank graduated With a carpet expert's certificate. The Chicago homefurnishlngs market, held just twice each year, is a vast showing of furniture and furnishings for the home. In Ihe two immense buildings, it covers arces of space, lined with scores of displays of merchandise, and visiting buyers musj be prepared to walk many miles to visit them all. Experts in all lines man the displays, and give complete details on (the merchandise. It is at this market, also, that the very newest in homefurnishinqs are on display, for selection by visiting store buyers. Frank will De rubbing elbows with buyers trom the greatest stores in the country at this market. During Frank's market visit. Hoy will as usual be on duty Jo ausist customers at Bjustroro's store her« — that is, when he can get away from his baby-silting duties. Before leaving for Chicago. Dorothea Moulton was heard admpnishing r grandpa: canZ d ° n<t ^•*»>• Ww WW» ?u"- y *~ we WBnl 'hem to be QJ» their feat when we get backl" P«S, *-«'l wrn from the mark<M. Frank wjll have news qf the purchases made for Bjustrom's Furniture, which willdispUy thew £S. l ?f w| , wnrt * ta P *»»*» JHe space qf a. few weeks.

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