2-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moinej Tuesday, January 31, 1956 The Crcsco Mother's fe Daughter's Club will meet Wednesday, Feb. 8, at the homo of Mrs Veronica Root hi or. Mr and Mrs Ray Johnson were sponsors Sunday at Livermore for M.-irk Dana, infant son of Mr and Mrs Fritz Anderson. Mr and Mrs Robert Sigsbee were recently visited by the latter's parents, Mr and Mrs Adolph Bruellman of West Bend. Mr and Mrs G. A, Sharp had their son ;md duujjhter-in-law Mr nnd Mrs Delbert Sharp of Nicol- ctte, Minn., as guests last week Sunday. Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor were recently visited by Mrs Taylor's aunt and cousin. Mrs Mabel Jenks nnd Mrs Harry Larson of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Harold Sundel visited the lattcr's brother-in- law and sister. Mr and Mrs Alfred Lenikee at Fontanellc one day last week. Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor and Mr and Mrs Harry Greenbcrg have returned from a motor trip to Florida and other southern points of interest. Mrs Ezra Blanchard spent last week in Waterloo with her daughter, Mrs Wayne Wolf, who had a spinal operation at the Schoilz Hospital, Waterloo. Michael Slrtit is expected next week from Iowa City where he is a student at the University and will spend the time with his parents, Mr and Mrs Matthew Streit. Myrtle St. John has been employed at Whitt'cmore lor some time. She came from there Saturday to visit her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Judd St. John. Richard Leo, son of Mr and Mrs Edward Miller and Gary Williams, son of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Garman were baptized last week Sunday in the St. Cecelia's Catholic church. Mrs Richard Cook came from Mason City Sunday to attend the Women of the Moose mid-winter convention. She also visited hei son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs William Allen. Mr and Mrs Sid Spear had as guests Thursday the letter's brother-in-law and sister and nephew and his wife, Mr and Mrs George Schrader and Mr and Mrs Melvin Schrader respectively of Lakota. Mr and Mrs C. H. Simpson iyere visited last week Monday by F. C. Elliott of Boone, a former business associate of Mr Simpson. Tuesday they were visited by their nephew John Craig of Grinnell. Mrs Henry Seiler has returned from Miller and a visit of a few days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Martin Bleich. Mrs Seiler was sick with flu and prior to the visit had been ailing. Dr. and Mrs Harold Erickson were visited last weekend by Mrs Erick-son's parents and brother and sister-in-law, Judge and Mrs O. J. Anderson of Buffalo, Minn., and Dr. and Mrs O. D. Anderson of Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs John Daub is again at the Roberts Nursing Home after having been at St. Ann hospital- several days not long ago. She observed her 91st birthday Monday, and was well remembered by friends with cards and gifts. Mr and Mrs Sid Spear and Mr and Mrs John Thuente were visited from Friday till Monday by Mr and Mrs Jerry Thuente of Des Moines. Other guests at the Spears were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Don Bishey of Britt. Sarah Kropf, housekeeper- companion of Mrs J. F. Schoby, spent Sunday at West Bend with relatives. Wednesday her brother David and sister and husband. Mr and Mrs Nathan Banwart had as guests, Mrs Rose AH, Mrs Dora Walter of Hoopeston, 111., and George Wenger of Cissna Park, 111., who had come to iittend the funeral services for Chris Alt. Mr and Mrs William Ridge have been visited by the former's brother, Charles E. Ridge who has been in the air force and located at Moro, Ark. He has been discharged from service and was enroute home to Great Falls. Mont. Mr and Mrs William Runchey had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Lester Hill, David'. Earl and Richard ,of Mason City and Mr and Mrs Wayne Smith, Paul and Susan of West Bend. Mrs Hill is the former Hazel Powell, niece of Mr and Mrs Runchey. Mrs Homer Tuttle and son Richard returned Jan. 19 from Pomona, Cal., where they had visited the Tuttle's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Walter Plumb and family. Mr Tuttle had accompanied them but came home sooner because of business. Saturday night supper guestr at the Clarence Thilges home at Fenton were Mr and Mrs Marvin Abbas and son of Algona. Evening guests there were Mr and Mrs Tony.Thilges and family of Irvington, Mrs Katherine Thilges and son, Frank, Fenlon. Mrs George Balluff and Mrs Ed Mino will meet with Mrs Dean Tuesday evening (tonight) to make plans for the square dance to be held Saturday evening in the recreation rooms of the Methodist church, an entertainment far the youth group. Mr and Mrs Irvin Kramer of Bancroft, son-in-law and daughter of Mrs Veronica Roethler became parents by adoption of a six week old daughter last week. She has been named Jane Susan. They also have an adopted son Allen 4, whom they took a few years ago. Mrs Mary Nelson was taken to Mason City last week by Mr and Mrs Bruce Eirkhart of Humboldt to entrain for California where she will spend a month with her sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Bernard Hurn and Mr and Mrs Charles Berrickrnan at Glendale, and Mr and Mrs James Payne at San Bernadino. Tom Dailey has returned from California where he had spent several weeks with a son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs J. A. Vander Haeghen at Oakland and his mother Mrs Margaret Dailey and brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Shepherd at Fontaiva. Mrs Dailey will soon reach her nintieth year and is very active. Mr and Mrs Harry Godden plan to leave in the near future for a visit of a month in California. At Westchester they will be with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Tom Rabun and family. They will also visit Dale McDowell, former teacher here, at Burbank and will spend some time with friends at San Diego. Mrs Rose Potter and Mrs Mary Soronsen are leaving this week for California to visit their respective son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Orric Norstad at Riverside and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Kinseth of Huntington Park. During Mrs Sorensen's absence her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs S. C. Mower of Renwick will manage her rooming house. The women will return March 1. Mr and Mrs Martin Kruse of Worthington, Minn, called on the A. M. Andersons Thursday en- route to Tampa, Fla. for a month's vacation. They are former residents of Algona and Mr Kruse is in the quonset building business now. Their two sons, Monte- and Richard arc in college. Monti- is studying at Worthington to be a teacher and Richard is at Iowa State taking up architectural work. Mr and Mrs Glen Raney went to Iowa Falls for the weekend and visited their son-in-law and daughter, the Rev. and Mrs Robert Holzhammer. The Rev. Hoi/hammer has won a two week vacation and special study at Washington, D. C. where the family lived before coming to Iowa. They will go via plane and while there will visit friends in the city and at points in Connecticut. The son David was brought home with his grandparents and will remain here diiing their absence. Ledyard Folks Wed 40 Years On February 5 Ledyard—Mr and Mrs August Busch will observe their 40lh wedding anniversary on Sunday, Feb. 5th. Their children will hold ''Open House" in their honor at the August Busch home from 2 to 5 and from 7 to 9 p.m. All of their relatives and friends arc invited to call. No special invitations are being sent. Maxine Busch, who works in Minneapolis, and Darlene Busch who goes to school and works in Fairmont were home over last weekend visiting their parents Mr and Mrs Alfred Busch. On Monday evening the P.TA. held their January meeting at the school. Mrs Ray Winters was program chairman The record player and the Film strip projector which had been recently purchased by the group were demonstrated. Gottlieb Ricffer of Lakola showed slides taken in Korea and Japan while he was in service there. Lunch was served following the business meeting. Mr and Mrs Laurence Pingcl and family of Algona visited last Sunday at the parental N. A. Pingel home. On Wednesday evening the American Legion Auxiliary had a c-U'd party with their husbands and all Legion members as their guests. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Mr and Mrs Tice Brack and their son Wilson of Lakota went to Belmond on Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs Brack's sister. Dennis Poppe returned home on Wednesday from Minneapolis where he had gone through the clinic at the University Hospital for a check up. He was accompanied by his brother Kenneth from Blue Earth. The Mary Circle met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs E. A. Carpenter with tun members and ten guests present. Mrs Maurice Pingel was in charge of the program. She was assisted in giving a little skit by Mrs Cecil Pingel, Mrs Dot Welfare, Mrs Gertrude Wiemer and Mrs D. B. Mayer. It vyas decided to use thank offering or self denial boxes during lent and the money turned in will be used .as, extr-8 supply funds. Mrs Everett'Teems was elected as co-chairman to fill a vacancy and Mrs Gertrude Wiemer who was co-chairman will become chairman. A delicious lunch was served by the hostess. • Bancroft By Mrs. lawrenc* Bergman Mr and Mrs Maurice Bernhard left last week on a vacation trip* to Florida. They expect to be away until February. Mrs Frank Hatten and son Jack left Tuesday morning Tor Memphis, Mo. They will help Mrs Harold Hatten pack their household goods to move to Florida Mrs Harold Hatten will' accompany them and they will drive fq Fort Myers, Fla., where Harold is now employed, and will visit Mrs O. L. Gochenour, the former Joan Hatten, who lives in Fort Myers. Paul, Lcjretta and Marcella Weber are visiting relatives in Wisconsin and Dubuque. They, left Thursday. , Relatives from Bancroft that attended the services for Henry Reckev at Buffalo Center were Mr and Mrs Joe Recker. Mr and Mrs L. J. Nemmers, and Mr and Mrs John Hellman. Attending the wedding ot Betty Riebhoff of Burt and Bob Vaske, Bancroft were his parents, Mr and Mrs Otto Vaske, Mr and Mrs Allen Vaske, his grandmother, Angcline Haupert, Sylvaria and Joseph Haupert, Arnold Schiltz family, Mr and Mrs John Herbers. Mr Vaske and Miss Riebhoff were married Saturday at St. Cecelia's church in Algona. Jane Wolf R. N., Mason City, spent a few days with her parents, Mr and Mrs Eugene Wolf. Paul Inman and Irvin Kramer spent Wednesday and Thursday at the Auto Show in Des Moines. George Fangman has taken the place of Herbert Schiltz as janitor of St. John's Catholic church. Mr and Mrs Harold Winkel and family spent Friday afternoon at the Richard Menke home. completed they were served coffee and fresh doughnuts by Etta Olthoff and Wanda Blome, members of the American Legion Auxiliary. Leona H e e 11 a n d, president of the Auxiliary, was chairman for the Drive and Ann Hamilton, president of the Acorn Club, and some of her members assisted. Leave For South Mr and Mrs Jerry Ukena left Saturday for a vacation trip, to florida and to visit the Don Wortmans at Alexandria, Va., and Pelham. N. Y., where they will visit their son Paul and fian-.ily. - The Band Mothers will serve a public supper in the hot lunch room, Feb. 8. Proceeds will be used to purchase more uniforms. /The P.W.O. met in the Presbyterian church parlors Thursday afternoon with the Mesdames Ronald Heolland. Elso Jansen and Elmer Paulsen as hostesses. Mrs C. A. Gutknecht gave the devotions. Mrs Alvin Rippcn- trop. retiring president, presented. Honorary memberships to the Mission Board to the Misses Emma Gutknecht and Emma Thaves in recognition of work for the s v oooooooc»C'Oooo:oo:ooo:o'ooooo:o:oo:ooC'O'OOO-o<xoo:o:oooooooo-: 'a •* O Are You Blowing Fuses? When you're plugging in lots of small appliances and have several big ones already in operation, do you constantly blow fuses? Well, if you do, it's probably due to your wiring system being too light to carry a heavy load. Why not let our experienced service man, Julius 'Slick' Tott, go over your wiring system. He'll have your household back to normal in no time, and with only a minimum of expense to you. All Types Service When You Want It! Commercial Refrigeration — Television — Air Conditioning — Electrical Wiring — Motor Rewinding & Repair — Small & Major Household Appliances, bolh electric and gas — All Makes & Models. Phone 778 or 898-J - Prompt Service Beecher Lane Appliances Lakota Child Treated For A Rare Ailment Lakota — Dale, 21 month-old son of Mr and Mrs Robt Thompson, was hospitalized for several days last week tor observation after a blood pocket developed on his head and X-rays showed a fracture. When he was injured is a mystery to his parents. Over $90 In Dimes The Mother's March of Dimes was carried out. Monday afternoon with total contributions amounting to $90 and since that time several who were not al home have sent in their contribution. However the total will not be'known until the containers iri the" stores are collected. The workers were the Mesdames Ann Hamilton. Polly Gerzema, Maude Barrett, Harriet Kruse, 'Evelyn Krominga, Lena Bosma, Velmt Meyer, Idah Rippentrop, Delight TcPaske and Miss Lena Gutknecht. After the March w church. New officers installed were Mrs C. C. Qerzema, president: Mrs C. C. Rippentrop, Vice president; and Mrs Elmer Paulsen, treasurer. Mrs W. E. Ley, program chairman for the year, introduced the new program. Mr and Mrs Harry Boekelman and Miss Henretta Boekelman of Algona were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Russell Winter. Mr and Mrs Herbert Brand of Hollandale, Minn, were Saturday overnight guests of the former's sister, Mrs J. C, Blome and Mr Blome. Jerry W. Ukena, son of Mr and Mrs Wm., is a patient in Immanuel hospital in Mankato and Mrs J. W. Cook is at her home again after several days in the Buffalo Center Hospital. The Edwin Christ family of Scarville were Sunday visitors with fidwih'S parents, Mr and Mrs Ernest Christ. Mfs Hehfy Steenhart substituted for Mrs Budlong Friday leach* ing Home Economics. Mrs Budlong was ill. Increase Social Security Visits To give the residents of Algona and surrounding territory, more frequent service, the Fort Dodge Sqcial Seturity District office will have a representative m Algona twice a month bejihnihg in February. Mary Alice Coady. field representative of the Fort Dodge office, will be in the basement of the Post Office (outside entrance) on Thursday, February 9, and on Thursday, 'February 23. She will be there from 9:30 until 12:30 and from 1:00 until 2:30 each of those days. Miss Coady will be glad to answer questions on social security and assist individuals in the filing of applications for payments. UDM Classified* t>af World's Lowest Consumption Motor Oil! .. if any, between changes! You'll add less Oil... Let us measure the difference with your own engine's "dipstick"! See for yourself just how many quarts you save with Skelly Supreme Motor Oil. Skelly Supreme Motor Oil — "heavy duty champion" of the entire oil industry — best tested in the five most important motor oil characteristics governing consumption, engine lubrication, protection and performance. And especially formulated to increase the power and mileage you receive from •very drop of gasoline! 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IN HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Admission — Adults 50c Children 35c Tickets For This Mystery-Filled Play Will Go On Sale Feb. 7 At The High School COMPLETE CLOSING OUT AUCTION SALE Because I have quit farming and am now renting my land, I will sell the following described property at_my farm located 1 mile south and Vi mile east of Hanna; or 4 miles east and 1 mile north of LuVerne; or 4V4 miles South and 2'/2 miles west of Corwith, on Wednesday, Feb. 15 Sale to start at 1:00 p.m. Machinery & Miscellaneous • *^ n f m . I • ft** •_• H Farmall tractor in good shape with good rubber. Comfort Heat Houser for H Farmall. Regular Farmall tractor, good, with gdod rbr. 2ME McDeering cornpicker, picked less than 100 acres' just like new. 10 ft. dump rake. McDeering springtooth harrow. 8 ft. binder converted into windrower. 6 ft. McDeering mower. 16 ft. J.D. disk with gang lifts. J. D. side delivery rake. Lindsey 20 ft. drag with folding draw bar. J.D. 999 corn planter with fertilizer and bean attachments. J.D. manure spreader. McDeering endgate seeder with grass seed attachment. Rubber-tired trailer with flat rack. 3 in. wood wheel wagon with straight box. Grapple fork. 2—6:70x15 tires and other size tires. 1,000 bu. Butler steel grain bin. Wagon hoist wide overhead. No. 4 McDeering cream separator with motor. 3 h.p. electric motor, mounted on speed jack, good. McDeering 14 in. Little Genius stubble plow with slat bottoms & 2 moldboards to fit. Set of tractor chains to fit H and Regular Farmalls. Wheel weights for H Farmall. Humboldt stalk cutter. Windrower to fit on 6 ft. mower bar. 1-row horse drawn cultivator. Pride-of-the-Farm hog feeder. 2x5 water tank. Different size gas barrels. Grind stone. Electric grinder. 500-chick size electric brooder. Owens fanning mill with sieves. Block and tackle. Gas visible pump with underground tank. Pair hay slings. Deep well jet pump. 238 cultivator for H Farmall. 221 cultivator for Regular Farmall. Farmers Friend manure loader to fit Reg. or F20 Farmall. Hog feeding bunk. 2—electric fencers and 80, rods of aluminum wires and 40 elec. posts. Grease guns. Log chains. Hog troughs. Also spades, shovels, forks and other items too numerous to mention. 10 Head of Livestock 10 1-Black Angus steer, wt. about 950 Ibs. 1-Hereford steer, wt. about 700 Ibs. 1-Black Angus steer, wt. about 700 Ibs. 1-Black Angus cow, wt. abput 800 Ibs. 5-Black Angus heifers, wt. from 650-850 Ibs. 1-Roan heifer, wt. about 650 Ibs. TERMS: Cash, or make arrangements with your bank er before sale date. No property to be removed until settled for. Not responsible in case of accidents. F. Grimsehl Herman Brummond, Auctioneer. Farmers State Bank, LuVerne, Clerk.
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