The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1956 · Page 27
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Mrs Stewart Is Hostess, Jan. 19, To Portland Club Portland — The Portland Progress club met Thursday afternoon Jan. 19 at the home of Mrs Roscoe Stewart with Mrs Mennet Trunkhill and Mrs Tony Jandl assistant hostesses. Mrs David Bolie called the meeting to order About twenty-five members and two guests, Mrs John Carlsen and Mrs Glen Larsen were present. Mrs Roy Ringsdorf is a new member. Mrs C. L. Young and Mrs Ray Fitch gave a lesson on "One Dish Meals". These very tasty dishes were served as a part of the delicious lunch served at the close of the meeting. The next meeting will be Thursday afternoon, Feb. 16 at the home of Mrs Franz Teeter with Mrs Goodie Ber- gertid, Mrs Axel Carlson and Mrs Ray Fitch assistant hostesses. Mr and Mrs Auftin Pitcher and son Howard of Collins, la., and Mr and Mrs Leo Harris of Armstrong spent Friday at the Otto Reutzel home. Mrs Pitcher is an aunt of Mrs Reutzel. The greatest labor-saving device ever dreamed up: "Tomorrow." Mr and Mrs L. G. Huber were Sunday dinner guests at the Earl Zwiefel home. The Titonka M.Y.F. had a sledding and tobogganning party Sunday afternoon. At the close of the afternoon the group gathered at the home of Corinne Zwiefel for lunch and a gv.me of ping pong. Bob Johnson of Algona was a dinner guest at the home of Mr and Mrs Earl Zwiefel last week. Mr and Mrs Jay Steven and Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow left Wednesday morning for a trip to Arizona. Corinne Zwiefel has been out of school the past week. She is confined to her home with a bad case of tonsillitis. Mrs Ray Fitch and Mrs Harold Stevenson spent last week Wednesday with their sister, Mrs Ben Potter of Algona. Mr and Mrs Verle Nelson entertained at a "Fox hunter's supper", Saturday evening. The men and their wives present were Mr and Mrs Elwood Nelson, Mr and Mrs John Rike and family, Mr and Mrs George Boeckelman, Mr and Mrs Irvin Smith, Mr and Mrs Herb Klassie and Chuck Jandl. Harold Presthus left Sunday for a hospital in Missouri whore he will undergo surgery. He expects to be there about three weeks. Mr and Mrs Franz Teeter and Donna, Mr and Mrs . Edmund Larsen and Beverly and Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen and Linda gathered at the Harvey Johnson home at Algona Sun. afternoon, to help Mrs Johnson celebrate her birthday. ""' LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft The Modernette club met last Wednesday at the Fran Dreyer home with fifteen members answering roll call on "What I Did New Year's Eve." Mrs Gene Bollig had charge of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Richard Gross were honored at a farewell party at their home when the following friends called Friday evening: Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Victor Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Dennis Priebe, Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow, Mr and Mrs Marlin Bailsman, Mr and Mrs Roger Long, Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough, Robert Hutchinson, Jim Buss all of Lone Rock; Mr and Mrs Donald Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Donald Meyer, and Lila Schmidt of Algona, Donnie Riebhoff of Burt; Mr and Mrs Jack Gerhart, Mr and Mrs Donald Gross of Fentpn. Bunco was.played for entertainment with high prizes going to Lila Schmidt and Fritz Newbrough and low prizes to Mrs Victor Dreyer and Donald Bierstedt. Dinner guests Saturday evening at the Ralph C. Thompson home in honor of their daughter, Lavonne's birthday were Mr and Mrs Robert Binzen and family, Mr and Mrs Willard Thompson and family of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Jim Elsbecker and son David, Mrs Richard Long and son Bernard of Bancroft, Linda Elsbecker of Bancroft and Mrs Anna Newbrough of Humboldt. Sunday guests were Mrs Lillie Thompson and Neva and Florence Yager. Mr and Mrs Sieb Behrends and Ilia Mae of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Donald Bierstedt and family. Mr and Mrs Gordon Sigsbee and family were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Ella Sigsbee of Burt. The dininer was in honor of Agnes Sigsbee's birthday and the Behrend's wedding anniversary. The Modernette club held a card party Sunday evening at the Raymond Laabs home. Other hostesses were Mr and Mrs Victor Dreyer, Mr and Mrs Robert Binzen, Mr and Mrs Roy Bierle. Mrs Raymond Bierle high; Mrs Paul Voigt low; Wm. Marlow high; Raymond Bierle low; and Mrs Paul Voigt travel. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer entertained their 500 club Saturday evening. Guests were Mi and Mrs Everett Dreyer and Mr and Mrs Raymond Laabs. Mr and Mrs Dick Schultz and sons of Humboldt were Tuesday evening dinner guests at the Charles Staudt home: Mr and Mrs Roger Long spent Tuesday evening at the Clarence Kraft home. • Mrs Gene Blanchard was hostess to a 500 party Saturday afternoon. Guests were Mesdames Jim Long, Richard Gross, Marlin Bausm'an, Dale Schroeder, Roger Long, Charles Householder, Dennis Priebe, Jim Marlow, Fritz Newbrough, Bernard Miller and Victor Dreyer. Frank Flaig attended a John Deere dealers meeting at Waterloo, Sunday, Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch visited Saturday and Sunday nt Sutherland, la. with the Robert Morris family. The Morrises have a new son born Jan. 9 and named Michael James. Mrs Owen Berhow attended a shower ,at Elmore Sunday for Elaine Sanders, daughter of the Floren Sanders. Mrs Gerald Angus attended a shower in Algona' Wednesday evening for Jane Louise Brugman. Mrs Ralph C. Thompson attended a 4-H committee meeting in Algona Friday afternoon. Patrica Lynch, daughter of the Dave Lynches of Lone Rock had her tonsils removed at St. Ann hospital in Algona Thursday and she returned home Friday. Guests Friday afternoon at the Lynch home to see Patrica were Mr and Mrs Chris Gelhaus of Ledyard and Mr and Mrs Alex Krueger. , Mr and Mrs Frank Geyer and family of Des Moines were supper guests Saturday evening at the Leslie Johnson home. Mrs Jim Larson and family called there in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs Jim Larson and family were supper guests Saturday evening at the Roy Merchant home. Tena Jensen and Mrs Wm. Knoll entertained the Mary circle at the Jensen home Thursday afternoon with 13 members present and one guest, Mrs Russell Jensen. Mrs Emma Hurlburl gave the lesson. The Patsy circle met at the home of Mrs Dennis Priebe with Mrs Clair Bollinger assisting. Mrs Kenneth Jackson gave the lesson. Lunch was served to 14 members. Mrs Merton Larson and Mrs Art Person was hostesses to the Esther Circle which met at the Larson home. Thirteen members and one guest, Mrs Roy Merchant, Were present. Mrs E.' M. Jensen gave the lesson. Mrs William Bannister of Ringsted was a dinner guest on Thursday at the W. G. Flaig home. Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard spent the weekend at the Delbert Blanchard home at Nevada. Mr and Mrs Floyd Richards of Blue Earth were Sunday dinner guests at the M. O. Richards home. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and son Billy. Mr and Mrs Frank Geyer and family of Des Moines called Saturday afternoon at the Fred Genrich home. Mrs Frank Flaig was a supper guest Sunday evening at the Rose Kraft home. Mr and Mrs Richard Gross and girls were guests for dinner Sunday at the Donald Gross home. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and family called at the Virgil Borchardt home in Fenton Friday evening. Gerald Brown of West Bend was a supper guest Wednesday and spent the evening at the Bernard Miller home. Friday evening the Miller family called at the Duane Habeger home at Burt. Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt LEGAL NOTICE Kostuth County Agricultural Extension Education Fund receipt and expenditure* for the period July 1, 1955 to December 31, 19SS. Receipts Transferred from County Agricultural Extension Program Fund $ 124.02 Transferred from County Farm Bureau Extension Allotment Fund V7.07 County appropriation 2.500.00 County Farm Bureau Extension Allotment 3,635.00 TOTAL RECEIPTS -- - $6.276.09 Disbursements Salary: County Extension Director $1.449.96 County Extension Youth Assistant 799.98 Office Help _ 1,418.98 federal Social Security. Employers Share 28.40 Iowa Public Employees' Retirement System 106.44 Travel: County Extension Director 482.31 County Extension Home Economist 30.P6 County Extension Youth Assistant - 433.15 Rent, heat, light, janitor 799.98 Telephone, telegraph --_ - 125.95 Telephone, telegraph ' _ 12595 Postage 101.17 Office supplies - v _.. _. ._ 201.52 Pro.iect activity expense _ 139.15 Legal notice and bond 102.90 Miscellaneous expense 17.97 TOTAL DISBURSEMENTS .$6,238.52 BALANCE. DECEMBER 31, 1955 37.57 State of Iowa ) SS Kossutli County I, Donald G. BudlonR. Chairman, and I. Clarence Vaskc. Treasurer of the Kossuth 'County Agricultural Extension Council, being duly sworn on oath state to the«best of our knowledge and belief, that the items included in the foregoing Financial Report are a true and correct statement of the receipts and expenditures of the Kossuth County Agricultural Extension Education Fund. i Signed — Donald G. Budlong, Chairman Signed — Clarence Vaske, Treasurer Subscribed and sworn to before me this 31st day of December, 1955. Edith-Welter •' •. - . . Notary Public " ' (Published Jan. 24, 1956, in The Algona (Iowa) Upper Des Moines) H. W. SCHULTZ FARM AUCTION FARM AUCTION I will sell the following property at public auction on the farm 5Va miles west of Algona highway junction 169-18, or 1 mile north and 3'/2 miles east of Whittemore, on ... Monday, January 30th SALE TIME 1:00 P.M. Zumach Lunch Wagon on Grounds 23 CHOICE WHITE FACE STEERS AND HEIFERS Weighing from 450 to 750 — Heifers Are All Open MACHINERY IHC Tractor, 1946, lights, starter, fluid in tires, new battery. A-l shape; F-20 Tractor with road gear, standardized power takeoff. A-l shape, with extra set of tires 12x36, Chains to fit, like new: 2 M Cornpicker, mounted on F-20. A-l shape; 19S4 IHC 2-row Cultivator, powerlift, 250; 2-row Cultivator, 238, A-l shape; Farm hand hydraulic loader with hay bucket and manure loader scoop, A-l shape; 1951 Stanhoist Manure Loader; 1953 IHC No. 200 Tractor Spreader, like new; 1949 John Deere 15' Tractor Disc; 1954 J. D. 4-bar Side Delivery Rake, like new; 1947 Massey-Harris 7' Combine with grass seed sieves and Wisconsin motor, A-l shape; 1953 IHC 2-row Tractor Corn Planter. 160 rods of wire, A-l shape; 1954 12' Case Spring Tooth; 6' Horse Case Mower; Dump Rake; 300-qal. Gas Barrel with hose and stand; Fertilizer Attachments for IHC 2-row corn planter; IHC Endgate Seeder; Clipper Fanning Mill and Sieve; Land Roller; Tool Grinder; 4-wheel. Rubber-tired Trailer with steel flare box; 2 Steel wheeled running gears, 1 with hayrack and 1 with straight box; 4-section Drag; IHC 2-16" Plow; 10" Letz Burr Mill with elevator; Some steel hog feeders and waterers, tools and other articles too numerous to mention. 30 HEAD PIGS Averaging 40 Ibs, 1952 1/4-TON FORD PICKUP Motor and Body in Best of Condition CONSIGNMENT - 1,000 Bales'of Red Clover and Brome Hay and 300 Bales of Alfalfa-Hay consigned by the Mueller Bros. TERMS: Cash. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible for accidents during sale. H. W. SCHULTZ YUNGEBERG & BENSON. Auctioneers FARMERS STATE BANK, Whittemore, Clerk. and family spent Sunday evening at the Roger Palmer home in Algona. 'Jane Ellen Christenson spent the weekend with Margaret Dittmer. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Tweed of Mankato spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Clarence Martin. The women are sisters. Mr and Mrs t>elmar Fischer and family were dinner guests Sunday at the Bernard. O'Donnell home. Mr and Mrs Milton Madison and' family were guests Sunday at Mooreland, la. at the parental Grover Hostetter home. Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and family spent Friday evening at the Emma Hurlburt home. Mrs Edith Zunkel and daughter Charlene called Saturday evening at the Hurlburt home. Mr and Mrs Frank Geyer and family of Des Moines were dinner guests Saturday at the Geo. B. Long home. Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Marlin Bausman were guests at the Long home. Mrs Clarence Ackerson of Wesley was also a caller Saturday. Mrs Andrew Thomsen spent the weekend with her sister and family, the G. H. Doty's of Mason City. Mr Thomsen spent Sunday there and they both returned home in the evening. Friday evening callers at the James Long home %vere Mr and Mrs Lawrence Reidel and girls. Saturday dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Walter Leonard and family of Chester and Mrs Pete Malkmus of Livermore. Sunday Mr and Mrs Long were dinner guests at the Roger Long home. Mr and Mrs Jac'k Quinn were Saturday evening supper guests at the Bert Quinn home at Armstrong. Plum Creek Elite The regular meeting of the Plum Creek 4-H Club was held Jan. 14 at the home of Ruth Benschoter. Marlys Long and Margaret Keith gave talks and Janice Bode and Ruth Benschoter gave a demonstration. A picture study was given by Joan Ward. Agnes Sigsbec was in charge of music and Ruth Benschoter of recreation. Susan Kelley, Algona, Active Student At ISC Susan Kelley Susan KeUey, shown here, daughter of Dr. and Mrs N. J. Kelley of Algona, went to Iowa State College, Ames, the long way around. Born in Harlan, Susan traveled far and wide while her father was in the service during Tuesday, January 24; 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des M6in«s—I World War II. She graduated from Immaculate Seminary in Washington, D. C. in 1952. the same year her parents moved to Algona. ' k Susan went to Iowa State Collego in the fall of 1952 to mnjor in child development. She will graduate in Juno this year with the bachelor of science degree. During the winter and spring quarter, Susan w:;ll be interviewing for a position in the field of recreational therapy. At Iowa State, Susan is a member of Gamma Phi Beta social sorority and is serving ns chapter secretory at the present time. She has been a member of the Freshman Home Economics Club and is currently a member of Child Development. Club and Newman Club. She has been on the junior Panhellenic Council and is social chairman for the Child Development Club. During Veishea in 1955, she was on the open house committee, and served during her freshman year on the yearbook staff. Prospects for a position in her chosen field are favorable now. In recent months, the division of Home Economics has had more requests for young women trained in the fields of home economics than they have boon able to fill. Iowa U. Honors For Algonan Robert, son of Mr and Mrs Roy Christensen, Algona, was one ot H9 University of Iowa students and graduates initiated in the SUI chapter of Phi Beta Kappa, honorary scholastic society, at 5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 23. Bob graduated with a general science'degree in August, 1955, and is now a student in the Iowa U. medical school. To be eligible for membership in Phi Beta Kappa, a student must be a can* dictate for, or already received a bachelor's degree in liberal arts, and must have earned at least a 3.2 (B-plus) scholastic average. «l I I I the spotlight's always on at BEECHER'S Since opening our door less than four years ago, it has been our aim always to give the best and most economical service to all our many customers and to others who have needed service of all kinds. Our list of customers in this area has grown steadily, and along with that growth we have expanded our service department as it was required. And today, we are adding still another man in our service department which now totals four. We feel confident now that our service department can handle any and all service or repair calls promptly and expertly. Let us prove it to you. 4 Service Men Now To Serve You Kelley's been with us practically since we started and has 46 years of mechanical experience behind him. A good, steady workman he services all the small appliances, washing machines and just about anything. Stalser came to us some time ago after completing a course in television service in Chicago. He'll keep that set of yours in tip-top shape. 1. ELMER KELLEY 2. RUSSELL RODGERS 3. RALPH STALZER 4. JULIUS TOTT REGISTERED WESTINGHOUSE SERVICE MAN! Russell Rodgers just completed a two week's course of instruction by Westinghouse factory experts, and received a diploma for outstanding achievement. He is now a full- fledged Westinghouse appliance service man that's registered with the Westinghouse Corp. WE ARE EQUIPPED TO SERVICE ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING » » TELEVISION All Makes and Models » APPLIANCES All types household or commerical including re- frigeraiors, freezers, washers (automatic or conventional), vacuum cleaners, dryers, automatic dishwashers, incinerators, radios, ranges, phonographs, and all the small appliances — and either electric or gas, » REFRIGERATION With Julius Tott, we are now able to handle all types of commercial refrigeration as well as household. No need for costly delay and we've the equipment to fix it — whether it's in Algona or 50 miles away. Ask for service and you'll get it RIGHT AWAY. » AIR-CONDITIONING All types Commercial or Household. » WIRING Anything in the wiring department including electric motor rewinding and repair. our newest addition « •°' r co " d ''"°ning „,/" ° f e 1°'Pmem will enable hL ,' A " ew m To m We Are 'Loaded' With Parts For Everything We're not boasting, but we would like to tell you that we have the largest and most complete stock of parts for all types of equipment within a 100-mile radius of Algona. When you want a part, you'll get it right away ... no time delaying with ordering. It's a fact, but we ve Service When You Want It - Office Hours Phone 778 had calls from Des Moines and other distant points asking for parts. You'll find parts for all our appliance lines, plus many other lines; electrical fixtures and wiring; washing machine rollers, etc. Otherwise Phone 898-J B E E C H E R Lane Appliances "The Wildest Trader In Town' Across prom Algona Theater

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