The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1956 · Page 29
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Around Algona Mrs Mare Moore will be hostess to the Naomi Circle on Friday afternoon at her home. Mt and Mrs Lloyd Hobinsbn hav« been moved into their newly constructed home on South Harlan street. Mrs Elmer Phillips will be hostess to members of the Happy Birthday club on Thursday afternoon. —0— Mrs R. C. Dewel entertained her Bridge club on Monday afternoon. Guests were Mrs Robert LaBarre and Mrs Craig Smith. —o— The Men's Brotherhood of Ihe Methodist church will meet Tuesday evening for dinner at the church. This is one of three such dinners held annually. Mrs James Kelso will entertain her birthday club on Wednesday afternoon. The anniversary being celebrated is that of Mrs Walter Klamp of Dakota City. Mrs Clara Praft spent Sunday and Monday at West Union where she visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Traeger, Sr. The occasion was the 85th birthday of Mrs Traeger. —n— Mrs H. M. Colwell spent the weekend in Fort Dodge where she visited her mother, Mrs Mary Hill and her sister, Mrs Mabel Reubel. —o— Mr and Mrs Tom McGraw had as their guests over the weekend, Mr and Mrs Claude Carlson and Terry and Rollin of Good Thunder, Minn. —o— ,< The annual Blue and Gold dinner of the Cub Scouts will be held next Tuesday evening at the high school annex, in commemoration of Boy Scout month. Bel Canto music club will meet Wednesday • afternoon at th. 1 home of Mrs C. C. Shierk. The program is in charge of Mrs Vernon Jensen and Mrs Glenn Graham. Mrs J. F. Milder was hostess to her bridge club on Wednesday evening. Guests were Mrs Bob LaBarre, Mrs Helen Mikes, Mrs Russell Buchanan and Mrs Pat Bradley. Prizes were received by Mrs Mikes and Mrs Al Agena. •—O— Alpha Psi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets this evening, (Tuesday) at the home of Ramona Amfahr. Following the short business meeting the group will attend the benefit card party given by the Xi Xi chapter of the sorority at the Moose Hall. Mr and Mrs Richard Cook are in Des Moines today, attending the Home Show. On Sunday, the Cooks and their children were in Mason City where they visited Mr Cook's brother, Russell and family. —o— Wes Bartlelt and Barbara and Brett went to Perry, Sunday, to meet Mr and Mrs W. A. Foster who were returning by train from a month's visit in California. The Fosters also spent some time in Phoenix, Ariz., where they visited Mrs Gladys Paddock and other ex-Algonans. Mr and Mrs Halbert Long and Mr and Mrs W. F. Colwell spent Sunday in Des Moines where they attended the Home and Garden Show. The three Colwell children spent the day at Clarion with their maternal grandmother, Mrs O. G. Day. —o—. The Young Married Couples Club of the Trinity Lutheran church met Sunday evening in the church social rooms. Court Whist furnished the entertainment and the hosts were Mr and Mrs Gone Faulstich, Mr and Mrs Robert Brewer and Mr and Mrs - Robert Dreyer. -—o— Mrs Ray Neary of Omaha arrived Wednesday for a visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs L. J. Cassel. The new Cassell son, James Joseph was brought home from St. Ann hospital on Monday, his mother having gone home a few days previously. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt returned home Monday morning from a vacation trip to Fort Meyers, and other points in Florida and Louisiana. They were accompanied by Mrs Pratt's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank McGayhe of Victor. Mrs Dick Meyers cared for the Pratt boys during their parents absence. A dinner was held Sunday evening at the Algona Country Club to award the prizes for the mid-winter c a r d tournament which lias been in progress for the past month. H. M. Smith and Bob MeCullough were prize winners in Cribbtige: Mrs Gerald Ferris and Mrs Claude Slagle received the high prizes in Canasta with Mrs G. H. Powers and Mrs V. M. Parsons winning second prizes. In Bridge, Mr and Mrs T. S. Herbst and Mr and Mrs Julian Chrischilles were high winners with consolation prizes going to Mrs F. C. Scanlan, Mrs H. L. Gilni<>re, Mrs Frank Rueb and Mrs Beth Miller. Sshool Bus Fine A Corwith man, M. A. Arndorfer, was fined in Mayor C. C SlmTk's court this week for illegally passing a school bub on highway 169 south of Algona. A $25 line was levied with $20 suspended. Korean Slides Shown At A Burt Banquet Burl—Some 26 members and guests attended the U. & I. annual banquet at the Legion Hall Monday evening of last week. The table decorations were in keeping with Valentine's observance. Dale Schroeder showed slides of Koren pictures, and two television games, "I've Got a Secret" and "Two for the Money" were enjoyed. The dinner was prepared and served by the following Auxiliary women: Mrs Jas. Christenson, Mrs Max Hiatt, Mrs Fred Howard, Mrs Nels J Nelson and Mrs Willis Vogel. Mrs Blanche Vanderhoff who has spent the past several weeks with the son and daughter-in- law, Mr and Mrs Roy Vanderhoff and family, returned to Faribault, Minn., last week. She Is employed at the Shattuck School for Boys. . * Mr and Mrs Oliver Mathson of West Bend were Friday evening visitors at the Fred Habegers. Gail Culbertson, small daughter of Mr and Mrs Keith Culbertson, was ill and under a doctor's care last week, but is much better at this writing. Mr Culbertson is principal in the Burt Community School. Mr and Mrs Bernard Gifford moved last week to a farm near Bancroft. The apartment vacated by them has been rented by Mr and Mrs Weldon Lee Teel. Mrs Teel is the new Burt beauty operator. Mrs Cora Stow accompanied Ruth Hodgson to Spirit Lake, Thursday, where they visited Mrs M. E. Polhemus, who.was a patient in the following injury by a fall here Tuesday morning. Jennifer, small daughter of Supt. and Mrs Russell Castor, has been a patient at St. Ann the past week, with an intestional ailment. Rev. and Mrs Wesley Johnson with daughter Ruth of Nisswa,, Minn., called at the Roy Vanderhoff home Wednesday. Rev. Johnson, a former pastor of the Vanderhoffs, artd his family \yere enroute home after sometime spent in California. Mr and Mrs Walter Steward were .business visitors in Mason City cm Saturday. George Hawcott and Merwyn Cunningham spent Saturday night with Wm. Madsen Jr., who is a patient in Mercy hospital, Mason City. Mr Madsen underwent surgery on his lower jaw on Tuesday. He is responding to treatment. The covered-dish dinner sponsored by the St. John's Ladies Aid was well attended Sunday. Following the meal a program was given by Margaret Batt, Velda and Shirley Peter, several films were shown, and games and contests were played by the younger members. 'Mrs Chet, Sill, LuVerne, with her brother-in-law and 'sister; Mr and Mrs George Schenck called on Mrs Cora Stow Friday afternoon. Mrs Schenck is the forrn- er Gertrude Paine and the women are neices of Mrs Stow. The Schencks are from California and will visit Mrs Polhemus before returning home. Clifford Cooper of Bonilla, South Dakota, visited recently with his brolher-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Wm. Vogel. A niece, Mrs Helen Swaney, of Miller, S. D., also was a guest of the Vogels. Mrs Cora Stow Deceived word of the arrival of a great granddaughter, born to Mr and Mrs Merwin Johnson of Swea City. Mrs Johnson, the former Janet Godfredson' is a granddaughter of Mrs Stow. Mrs Lawrence Doege has spent the past two weeks with the son and family, the Vern Rafdahls, in Titonka., Mrs Rafdahl underwent major surgery recently. Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger, Mr and Mrs Duane Habeger and Kirsten with Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sarchet and children and Mrs Bertha Koestler were guests Sunday oi Mr and Mrs Richard Furst in Humboldt. The occasion was honoring birthday anniversaries of Shirley Habeger Feb. 7, Mr Furst, the 14 and the Sarchet's wedding anniversary on the 15. Mr and Mrs Ranny Put/ of Minnesota were business visitors in Burt and Algona Thursday. Mrs Put/, is the former Eunice Dexter. The Good Will truck from the Wall Street Missions in Sioux City will be in Burt Wednesday, Feb. 29. Materials for this project should be left with Mrs Lee Colo before that date. Recent visitors at the Henry Gc'ttman home were the latter's sister, Mrs Nelle Grothaus with Mrs Florence Costigan of Buffalo Center, on Sunday, and the Charles Pearce family of Mason City who spent the weekend. The Fidelis Class party will be at the horrte of Mrs Lee F. Pratt. Wednesday afternoon. Roll call to be answered with Famous Quotations. Jessie Rash will have games. The Fortnightly Club will meet with Mrs Lance Riebhoff Friday afternoon, Feb. 24. Mrs Clifford Abbas spent Saturday with relatives in Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs Leonard Warner with Beverly and Randy of Alna and Mr and Mrs Walter Sorenson were at Mrs Anna Bier- stedts home for a waffle supper Sunday evening. Mr Bierstsdl and guests spent the evening with the Ralph Bierstedts, Lone Rock, and 500 was enjoyed. Methodist Circles met Wednesday as follows: Faith in the afternoon with Mrs Walter Cam- pm-y, with 12 women in attendance, ten members and two quests. The latter were Mrs Don Mitchell, president of the WSCS and Mrs Harold Campney; Hope in the evening at Mrs Robert Harveys' where the husbands were guests. Some 20 attended including Rev. and Mrs Bearse and Mr and Mrs Walter Sorenson. Walter Sorenson showed pictures from their trips; Love in the afternoon with Mrs Fred Habeger. Some 20 women attended and guests were Clarah Graham, Shirley Habeger and Kirsten, Lillian Stangel and Jessie Sarchet. The Faith Circle of the Methodist Church will have a bake sale at Pratt's Drug Store Saturday afternoon, Feb. 25. Patricia Groen, youngest daughter ' of Mr and Mrs Harm Groen, has been ill with Scarlet fever. Algeria Upper D*» Moines FARM SALE CALENDAR Farmers having sales can get their dates listed here by contacting the Upper Des Moines, where farm sale advertising reaches the largest circulation 01 any publication in Kossuth county. Feb. 21, Tuesday—Ernest Votteler sale, 2 west and 2Vz south of Fenton. Berkland & Bortvit, auctioneers; First Trust & -Savings, clerk. Sale details in* UDM today. February 23, Thursday — J. G Graham closing out sale, 3 miles north of Drive-In theatre, east of Algona on highway 18. Complete sale details in UDM Feb. 14. Colwell Bros., auctioneers; Titonka Savings Bank, clerk. Feb. 23, Thursday — Clifford Pringle and Albert Cody auction sale 33 head livestock, machinery, household goods, etc. 2 west, \ l /z north and ¥4 west of Seneca. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneers; Emmet County State Bank, Ringsted, clerk. Sale details in UDM last week. Friday, Feb. 24—Louis Reilly, 2 west.i %• north of Junction 169 and 18, complete dispersal sale of top Purebred Poland China herd, • also fall boars and open gilts, and 90 head feeder pigs. Sale details in full in Upper Des Moines today, Auctioneers: Col. H. S. Duncan and Col. Buford Ringman. Wednesday, Feb. 29 — Louis Reilly, 2 west, Vi north of Junction 169 and 18, complete closing out farm sale. Details in today's Upper Des Moines. Quinn & Berkland, auctioneers; Lone Rock bank, clerk. March 1, Thursday—Ferd Mittag, complete closing out sale, including good milk cows. At farm 1 mile W., 3 S. of Lone Rock. Lloyd Berkland and Charlie Quinn, auctioneers. Sale details, in this issue. . \ Wednesday/, March 7 — Jens" Sorensen, complete ''.closing put sale at the. farm located 4 miles north of Algona Jet. 169 & 18 and 1 4 mile east. Yungeberg is auctioneer and the Iowa State Bank, clerk. • Every farm sale ad which originates with The Algona Upper Des Moines carries Weather Insurance. If weather forces postponement of your sale, your ad and bills will be reprinted Stage Show Here March 2 The Musical Wades Free tickets for the two-hour free stage, show to be presented at the Algona Theatre on March 2, at 1:30 p.m, may still be obtained from firms who are co- sponSors with the Upper Des Moines and the Farm & Home section of this paper. Firms are Bradley, Clover Leaf Hatchery, Rusk Drug, Buscher Implement, Taylor Implement, Algona Flour & Feed, Kohlhaas Hardware, Beecher Lane, Western Auto, Robinson Produce, Hood's, Consumer's and Rayfe Groceries, in Algona, Stoeber Hardware in Fenton, and Bartlett Hatchery in Titonka. The show is being presented as an "Appreciation Day" by Farm & Home in conjunction with national manufacturers and wholesalers. There is no commercialization in the event—just two hours of good stage entertainment. Buy Implement Firm Bancroft —• Joseph and Lawrence Kemna purchased the Deitring Garage from Mrs MOB- ica Deitering and took possession Saturday night. The Kemna Brothers will continue to sell Chevrolet cars and will add Massey- Harris Farm machinery. The garage will operate tinder the name of Kemna Brothers. File Petitions To Dissolve School In Grant Twp. It is probable a vote on reorganization of the Grant Consolidated school, a move which would divide the district between Swea City and Ledyard, will be held within a month, according to an announcement made Tuesday morning. The move has been under consideration for about a year, due to the fact only 72 pupils are enrolled in the 12 grades at Grant at the present time. There have already been meetings held with the Swea City and Ledyard school boards for discussion of the move. The plan, if voted for by the necessary number of persons, would divide the 30 sections in the district, with children from the east half going 'to Ledyard and children from the west half to Swea City for their future education. If passed, the present Grant school would be discontinued at the end of the present school year and the new plan would be in effect after July 1, 1956 in time for the 1956-57 year. Petitions have been signed and filed with the Swea City, Ledyard and Grant school boards, requesting a vote on the subject, and it is expected the boards will meet and call an election. Grant residents were not in favor of reorganization when it was discussed two years ago, but the apparent necessity of a change has been a topic of discussion there for a year. Soren Pedersen is president of the Grant school board. Other members are Delmar Anderson. Leonard Mino, Sam Link and Orville Ramsey, Former Pastor At St. Joe Dies At Age Of 82 St. Joe—Mr and Mrs John Hilbert, Mr and Mrs Ted Hilbert, Mrs John Frelinger, Mrs Joe Berle and Walter Frelinger were among those from here to attend funeral services for a former pastor, Rev. Mathias Stork in St. John's Catholic Church in Arcadia at 10 o'clock on Tuesday morning. Father Stork, 82, was pastor here in St. Joseph's Parish from 1916 to 1929. Mr Math Hilbert of Algona, formerly of here, observed his 80th birthday in his home on Saturday, Feb. 11. His children and their families gathered in his home on Saturday evening in observance of the occasion. Mr Hilbert was presented a gift and birthday cake was enjoyed. His children are John, Frank and Ted of St. Joe, Mrs Henry Kohlhaas, Algona, Mrs Tom Becker of Wesley and Mrs Herman Becker of Irvington. Mr and Mrs John Thul of here accompanied by a son and his wife, Mr and Mrs Richard Thul of Algona, drove to Rochester, Minn, on Monday to get Julie,9 month old daughter of the latter, who had been a surgical patient in St. Mary's hospital the past ten days. Mrs Dennis Wagner of West Bend, formerly of here, is a surgical patient in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mrs Wagner is a sister of Mrs Adam Kramer of hee. Mr and Mrs Ted Hilbert and Mr and Mrs John Hilbert were callers on Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Art Diers in Arcadia and with Mrs Rosie Bornback in Carroll.' Robert Kayser came home on Tuesday from St. Joseph's Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge where he had been a medical patient the past two weeks. Operation "Home Improvement" On Attention of readers is called to the special section in today's issue of the Algona Upper Des Moines, presented in cooperation with 38 Algona firms in the building trades, materials supply and allied fields. The section introduces here the "Operation Home Improvement" campaign, and emphasizes ways and means to modernize city and farm property. Each week, the 38 firms will continue to present in this paper interesting and practical ways in which to "up-date" homes and other property. To Open School Building Bids On March 15 Match IS has been set as ihe dale for hearing objections, and to opening bids, for construction of an addition lo ihe Lucia Wallace grade school in Algona. Legal notice to bidders will be found in today's Upper Des Moines. The bids can be turned in anytime up io 2 p.m., March 15. The hearing of any objections will be at 3 p.m. in the high school. This is the first step lo- ward school construction as approved by a majority of the Community School district voters last fall. Mrs Weinberger Services, Lakota Lakoia — Funeral services for Mrs Leonard Weinberger were held at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Lakota on Tuesday, Feb. 14, with Rev. La Verne Meinecke officiating. Interment was in St. Paul's Lutheran cemetery. With her husband, Leonard Weinberegr, they lived all their lives in Lakota except for a brief time spent in Minnesota and Texas. Mr Weinberegr preceded his wife in death in 1939. In November of 1949 she entered the Good Samaritan Home at Mason City. She leaves five sons: Fred of Fenton; Leonard and Julius of Seattle, Washington: George of Waukegan, 111., and William of Charles City. Ralph Bollard Dies, Minnesota Ralph Ballard, 64, former resident hefe a number of years ago, died Wednesday, Feb. 15, in a hospital at Redwood Falls, Minn., following eight months of failing health. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon in the Methodist church at Redwood Falls and were attended by his brother- in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs L. H. Robinson, Mr and Mrs Leo Elmore and Donald Moore. After leaving Algona Mr Ballard operated a rendering works, a chick hatchery and his latest business, at which he was most successful, was with the Super- Sweet Feeds Company. Mr Ballard is survived by his wife, the former Esther Hewitt, daughter Janice, Mrs Paul Anderson, of Minneapolis, his mother, Mrs M. H. Rowe, 88, and his sister, Mrs Robinson. School Election Here March 12 Algona's Community School district will elect two directors •this spring, ori March 12. The terms of Paul" Hurn and Eugene Hutchins, both of Algona, expire this year. Deadline of candidates to file for the board is March 2. Rabbit Hunters Fined Shooting rabbits after hours proved expensive for three men in Justice C. H. Ostwinkle's court thus week. Charles Ternes and Edward Burrbws, Ledyard, and Charles J. .Gagen, Lakota, appeared on. the rabbit hunting charge and paid fines, Gngcn, who also paid $25 and costs for petty larceny in Ostwinkle's court, paid $15 and costs and Ternes and Burrows each paid $10 and costs. Robert Nolan, Titonka, appeared for the second time in a week on an Intoxication charge and was sentenced to seven days in the county jail. He also paid a $10 suspended Tuesday, February 21, 1956 Algona (la.) Upper Oe* Mdlrtes—3 fine before serving out his sentence. Charivari Honors Bill Titus, Bride Wesley — A group of former neighbors held a charivari party Tuesday evening for Mr and Mrs Wm. Titus at Britl. Mrs Titus was Josephine Rapp before their marriage Fob. 3. Mr and Mrs Titus will move to California in March. He sold his farm northeast of Wesley to the Leonard Arndorfors. Ex-Algona Man Dies, Long Beach Word was received here last weekend of the sudden death of a former Algonan, Kenneth Car- Ion, in Long Beach, Cal. ^_ Mr Carlon, brother of Mrs D. P. Smith of Algona, died suddenly, but full particulars are not known at this time. A brother, Charles, preceded him in death in November, 1954. Survivors include a son, Kenneth, Jr., Long Beach; Mrs Smith, Algona; another sister, Marjorio (Mrs Frank Harriman), Anaheim, Cal.; and three nephews, including Don Smith, Jr. and Craig Smith, Algona. Father-Son Banquet The Congregational Fathers and Sons banquet is to be held Wednesday evening at the church. Circle 3 of which Mrs W. P. French is chairman is serving. Edwin C. Wiitkopf, local re- pre.sentative for Mutual ol Omaha and United of Omaha, was awarded a Certificate of Proficiency for successful completion of an intensive course in life insurance underwriting. LAST CALL!! 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