The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1956 · Page 41
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 41

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 7, 1956
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Announce Honor Roll Of ..-•" :'•';•- 3 -.,••' 'i -a --,'•'•( .«, -* '. • " '-».. r -;j Junior; Senior Hi the 3rd 6 \veeks: High Roll for Highest Hont>rs--Judy Saxton, Judy Juhl and Diane Helland. Hoftots — Becky Householder, Frank Cannon and Loveda Kohl* \ves. Honorable Mention — Jenean Zwiefel. Junior High Honor Roll for the 1st Semester: * Highest Honors—Judy Saxton, Diane Helland and Judy Juhl. Honors — Becky Householder. Honorable Mention — Bryan Mortensen. High School Honor Roll for the 6 Highest Honors-±-J2ugene Lieb, Joan Gushing and Janet Behne. Honors—Marlys Jentz, Norma Larsen, Pamela Weisbrod and Jane Rugef. Honorable Mention — Joyce Voigt, Sharon Hantelmah, Afflyth Dfone, James Oowans and Eva-* ion Schlei. High School Honof Roll for the 1st Semester: Highest Honors—Joan Gushing, Janet Behne and Jane Ruger Honors—Wayne Gross, Eugene Lie*b, Marlys JetitZ, Joyce Voigt and Pamela Weisbrod. RESULTS TELL THE STORY OF DEKALB CHIX MISSOURI The DEKALB laying flock f Ernest Schntetzlet at Sans- lm?rovSnrPro£t, averaging 290 eggs per bird. S^F®*? Jnd aSi^0 •S3$85®F% ^fe^E-- 1 Mfntion '*- Drohi, Nom»:Lafstn and Eva- Joh Stfflei.•• *«* •'.-•• * in r«iftiu« LMfifft ftii The ..Falf V'illt L&dies Aid met __ afffernooHi With host- Mti FrAJt 3i*ms ahd Mrs Walter Pertl. ~ The lopTc discussion on Lutheran Woman's Missionary League wai Wo" fey Mrs E. K. Johnson. " Mrs Hildreth was in charge of the entertaffftfieht. Three new members were welcomdl ift the sbciety, making a total of .42. The new members, are Mrs Ervin Prink, Mrs Lyle Haack and Mrs Harlan Elmers. Quests of the Aid Were Mrs William Hanteimatt, Mrs Delond Vottcler arid Mrs Hilbert Bierstedt. Fetttott W.S.G.8. Met The W.S.C.S. met ' Thursday afternooh, Feb. 2, in the church parlors. Mrs Don Weisbrod, president, fepened the meeting with scripture and prayer. Mrs Eugene HUskamp, secretary of Spiritual Life, announced that World Day of Prayer-would be held Friday, Feb. 17, at 2 p.m. at the local Methodist church. Mrs Dale Weisbrod and Mrs Herschal Hartman, social relations and local thurch activities chairmen, displayed samples and prices of coffee servers. The W.S.C.S. authorized them to buy. four sets. Mrs R. F. La.abs was named to take care of the coffee strips for Coming Events Thursday, Feb. 9—Depew Fellowship Circlfc; Friendly Neighbors club; Mabel Circle. Friday, Feb. 10—Legion Auxiliary. IViohd&y, Feb. 13—Legion meeting. Tuesday, Feb. 14—Fenton Woman's Club; .Band Concei't at Fenton gym. • Wednesday, Feb. 15—Band Mothers. ____.„_____, - • • v gymnasium, beginning at 8 p.m. The program will consist of Junior Band, and solo numbers. " - *** 6 2? ef «**Jw £&*-** ^fe/S. of 2 ^ijJ SEE TOUR DEKALB DEALER FOR DEKALB CMIX , Homer O. Matthiesen,' Fenton, la. Clover Leaf Hatchery, Algona, la. Martin Meiners* Ringsted, la. Clem H> Mergfen, Whittemore, la. this year. Mrs Hans Baago, treasurer. asked that all W.S.C.S. pledges be in by the latter part of April so that she is able .to close her books for the current year. The president announced that there will be an Executive Board meeting Feb. .15 at. 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs S. E. Straley. Mrs Oliver Stoeber was in charge of the devotional period. Mrs J. Wallace:Smith was program chairman. The Rev. John O. Kilmore, Executive Director of the Hillcrest Baby Fold at Dubuque gave a very interesting and enlightening talk. He also showed many slides, including pictures of the new home. Guests of the W.S.C.S. were Mrs Paul Eigler, Mrs George Murphy jmd Mary Thercse. Hostesses were Mesdames Jack Gerhart. Retta Eigler, Ray Stoeber and Dale Voigt. band Concert Feb. 14 Mr Mariyn Bausman, instrumental music teacher, will present a Band Concert on Tuesday evening, Feb. 14 in the Fenton Barry's sf-. Recreation League Standings Hawkeye Lane* League Standings Published each week through Courtesy of Morck Dist. Co. & Storz Brewing Co. HAWKEYE LANES Western League W L Titonka -- 55 25 Swartz Hdwc. 54 Pioneer 53 Ms Burl - 50 Mutual Of Omaha 46 Sjogren's 46 Plantation 42% Sargent Feeds 40 Albright Abro-Sevv. —33 'fhermogas 26 Kpssuth Motor - 18 Thomas Skelgas — —1« Classic League W Hamm's _. 59 Mi Beecher Lane 54 State .Farm Ins. 51Va S. & L. --51 Plantation 4k Titonka 43 Seeley Farms 34 Hub „- 33'.!. Root Hdwe. ---304 Miller High Life 28 Vb Scobba Skelly --27'.i Hurt ..-• 21 Mixed League W Sinclair (i ° Has Boons 57 .- - 44 26 26 '£ 30 34 34 37 'A 40 47 54 62 64 L 20V1- 2(5 28 Vz 34 37 46 46';B 49'i. 51 l ,2 52 '/a 59 L 20 23 30 Buckaroos 43'i 3(i'.i Rood Ins. Brandt Buick -42 38 Vets 39Ms 40' 2 Standard Oil .- 37V 2 . 42'i- Aces 36>4 43«.s Sargent Feeds 34 46 Fanner's Co-Op - 32 48 Hutzell's Cities Serv. -29 51 Strudels 25 5a American League W L Studer's ...i 58 22 Titonka 5a'i: 24,2 Brandt Buick — 46''2 33»a Hamilton Hatchery -..46',-j 33',2 Sjogrcn's 46',, 33',, Baker Livestock 4o Jo Sorensen Motor 36 44 •, Boone Ridge 33'i 4(J'(! Robinson Produce 31 »•* 48*2 Corwith -_- --27 53 Hetti Lockers -_. r ----27 53 Lions •- ---%!, National League W Algona Produce 57 '23 Seven-Up 484 31'- West End Billiards ..47M: 32'a Ernie Williams I'-C --4U 34 Burt Co-Op Elcv. 45 3:i Ready-Mix 43 37 Bancroft Oil -.- 41 39 Ernie Williams J-L) --.39'i 41'2 Koss. County r Imp 32'i 47'j 30 Britt 26 Ray's Jack Sprat 25 BARRY'S Monday Men '' W Bode Billiards ... 44 Miller High Life --,.--44 KCs 1.41'2 Moose -- 40 Bode D-X ._• 29 Clark Grain Co. 26'i Schulte 21 Don's Phillips G6 18 Tuesday Men W Hamm's 3$ Moose 3)1 Blatz 3« Russ & Ky's 37 Seeley Farm's 37 Peterson's Cafe 32 Barry's —. 29 National Guard -14 Mixed Doubles W Cowan Motor Court ...7 K and E '. <> Coast-to-Coast ') Chrome Cafo 5 Big Four 5 No Goods 4 Phonies 3 Algona Produce 1 50. 54 55 L 22 22 24'i 26 37 39 'ii 45 48 L 27 211 2« 29 29 3-t 37 52 L 2 3 3 4 4 5 6 8 Farewell Parly Miss Tilda Johannesen was honored at a farewell party Sunday evening at B 1 a k j er church. The party was observed at the regular meeting of the Luther League, since Miss Johannesen has been League counselor. Ronald Johannesen presided at ;he business meeting of the League and also announced the Srogram numbers. Other numbers on the program were an ac- cordian selection by Marilyn Johannesen. readings by Barbara Halverson, Donald Cherland and Janet Geilenfeldt and an instrumental duet by Ronald Johannesen and David Looft. Marlene Jensen presented the topic and Rev. Blockhus had charge of the topic discussion. Ted Jensen presented Miss Johannesen with a farewell gift in behalf of the congregation. Lunch was served. The . Legion Auxiliary will meet this Friday afternoon, Feb. 10, in the home of Mrs S. E. Straley. , Mr and Mrs Gerhart Hantelman, Eunice and Paul and William Voigt, Lois and Peggy were Sunday dinner guests in tho Merle Voigt home. Mr and Mrs Paul Voig 1 ! entertained at four tables of 500 Sunday evening. Winning high score prizes we«e Herschal Hartman and Mrs Lloyd Kern. Low score prizes went to Mrs Clarence Yager and Dale Weisbrod. Lloyd Kern won travel prizes. Sharon Eigler, Gloria Hillson and Rita Walters spent the weak- end in the Paul Eigler home. The girls are all students at the Kahler Hospital School of Nursing. • . : Mrs Martin Hantelman was hostess to the Hook and Eye- Sewing Club Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs Dick..-.Unger- wood, Mrs William Hantelrti'ari; Mrs Wendell Rusch and Airs' Merle Voigt. ' Mrs. Robert Wegener and Robert Jr. were .at Savannah, Mo. over the weekend. They were accompanied back by Mrs Elix.a- be'th Baas who has been a patient at the Sanitorium at Savan-' nah for three weeks. Mr and Mrs- Charles Nelson of Cylinder were Thui^day evening guests in the Martin Hantelman home. The Mabel Circle of 'the WSCS will meet this Thursday aftei-J noon, Feb. 9 -with Mrs W. W. Jolley with Mrs Alfred Meyers assisting hostess. Members ot the circle who did not take their dish towel to the regular WSCS meeting, are asked to bring it to the circle meeting. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halverson, Merle and Barbara" wort Sunday afternoon visitors in the Earl Jensen home at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs Ted Meiers and Cleo and John Leininger of Whittemore • were Tuesday evening visitors in the Martin Hantelman home. however, the train will make a shuttle run from Lakota to Fpf» est City and return, in addition to the Esthervi lie-Albert Lea round trip. On these days particularly, says Agent Pulver, the westbound time through Swca City will be irregular and may often be after dark. The east bound morning freight is normally due here well before daylight, but is sometimes three or tour hours late. 44 Vehicles To New Owners Chevrolet — Sargent & Co., pickup, Algona; J. J. Penton, Algona; E. A. Lee. Lone Rock; Carl Priebe, Fenton; John Kohlhaas, Algona; George Ricke, Wesley; Ledyard; B. G. Hanson, Lakota; Alfred Busch, Berg; Hilmer Forest McGregor, Bancroft; Leona Bartholomew, Algona; W. C. Kuhn, truck, Algona; Ralph Bierstedl, Lone Rock; G. J. Swalve, Swea City; Sam Shipler, Whitle'more; W. E. Falb, West Bend; R. E. Reynolds, Algftna; fcmd Earl Stott, Titonka. Buick—J. M. Thul, Whittemore; R, L. Krantx, Titonka; P. C. Geilenfeld, Lakota; E. S. Kinsey, Algona; Kenneth Jackson, Lone Rock: Torger Johnson, Ottosen; and Richard Sorensen, Algona. Mercury — M. Bancroft; Taylor Tuesday, February 7, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Des gona; H. F. Hensley, Algona. , Kash—Miller Stfeel Bldg., Algona; and Roscoe Fuoss, Whitlemore. Plymouth — Albert Leigh, Algona; and W. F. Schmeling. Whittemore. FOrd — Mrs Don Weisbrod, Fenton; A. P. Bell, Swea City; Ubbc Jutting, Buffalo Center; A. B. West. Ledyard; and Carl Miller, Elmore. Chrysler — E. M. Gerbcr, Algona; and Aeilt & Opal Troff. Ledyard. CARD 6F THANKS 1 wish 'to thank all my relatives and friends who remembered me with cards arid personal .visits during my recent hospital- Nation. It was greatly appreciflt- <ed. Dale Weisbrod^,L 4* Pork Special "Thursday — Friday — Saturday KOSSUTH COUNTY Packard A. J. Nelson, Wesley. P. Bernhard, J DeSoto — L, S. Muckey, Al- Imp. Co.. • Al-1 gona. The above Bowling Standings are Presented to You E»c.h Week Through The Courtesy of MORCK Distributing Co. *ND THE STORZ BREWING CO, Like a refreshing dip, Storz has what it takes to satisfy your thirst. Each golden glassful is a tpast to pleas vie - Bitter-Free pleasure - with no lingering aftertaste. You'll find it leu-filling, too. That's why smart moderns agree Storz is truly Change Times, Rock Island, Across County Swea City—A change of schedule for trains operating on the Estherville-Albert Lea branch oi the Rock Island lines passing through Swea City went into effect tliis week. Station AfU'iii Lynn Pulver cautions motonsis to bear the change in mind and take special precautions when the tracks. THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Don't Get Caught in the Squeeze! III Let's Arrange A Service Date This Week In not too many days you'll hare work to get underway and your farm equipment may not perform properly. What a predicamentl It ma&ni lOMei in time ... in money. Don't get, caught in thii squ«ez«, let's arrange a date this week to give your lohn Deere Equipment a thorough checkover. Our skilled mechanics will do only the necessary work; they'll do it quickly and at the lowest possible cost. Avoid the last-minute rush; Ufa make a date this week. WEISBROD IMPLEMENT Fenton, Iowa THE HOME OF QUALITY SERVICE and Genuine JOHN DEERE PARTS DON'T WAIT! TRACTOR OVERHAUL and REPAIRS Should Be Attended To NOW - We Invite You To Give Us a Call or Bring In Equipment At Once For Prompt and Efficient Overhaul or Repair Work. KOSSUTH COUNTY EAT MORE PORK B & W CHEVROLET FENTON - PHONE 28 EAT MORE PORK •No. 1 PREMIUM SLICED BACON Lb. Pkg. 39c Dick's Meats & Groceries Bailey's Store Jorgenson Lockers Priebe's Store FENTON Mid-Winter Speed Queen Factory Sale SPEED QUEEN WASHERS DRYERS See Us For Your Washing Machine or Clothes Dryer Needs. WE WILL MAKE YOU THE BEST DEAL IN THE COUNTY We Buy Direct From The Factory. There is no "In Between" profit. 'SI WAS Heavy Duty Electric Clothes Dryer Smooth Drum - 3 Heats - Easy on Clothes $169.50, De Luxe Gas Dryer with Automatic Electric Pilot. See it for the best in dryers $259.95 Speed Queens famous Wringer Washer with LIFETIME STAINLESS STEEL Tub and heavy duty wringer $159.95 Speed Queen Porcelain Tub with DOUBLE WALL construction. Pressurized wringer $129.95 NOW 1 95 STOEBER DWARE Fenton. Iowa None of the railroad crossing" in or near Swea City are equipped with flasher signals and the changed time-table calls fur ai irregular setup under which n will be almost impossible 1o kt v u to schedule. Therefore trains may be expected to pass through ;>! virtually any hour ol the day ur night. t There will also bo tiain;- on Sunday but none on Mornla\ This line no longe: 1 has p.i-n- •.{fr .service, but fast freights carry 'hot' such a. : me;it (rum Sioux Falls, S. 1.)., an..' Esthcrville to Albert Lea, Mini; where the branch line i-oim.'ci- witli the Rock Island's mam lino to Chicago, Kansas City and the Twin Cities. Local uyi.'nt.^ hav not yet received the in w tin.u tables, but it is known that ai rival times, especially for ii:e westbound, or return trip. \\. : ' be highly variable. The freights are scheuuk<i M leave Esthurville east!»iu>d uivund 2 a.m. every day cxce Monday. The round trip from Estherville direct to Albri t Lea will be made Wt'dne,-'la>> Friday.-; ;md Saturdays On TIK-,' days, Thursdavs and Sun ia> , WE GIVE DON'S Phillips 66 FENTON SERVICE IOWA

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