The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 28, 1956 · Page 30
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North Kossuth Beet Growers F//e For Share of $200,000 Sugar beet growers in the Lcd- yard and Lakota areas liave begun filing for their share of north Iowa's sugar beet acreage, expected to be worth more than $200.000 in Kossuth, Winnebago, .Hancock and Cerro Gordo counties this fall. Among those already signed up are Elmer Engelbarts, Alfred Lloyd and Melvin Busch of Ledyard, Earl Haas of Lakota and Louie Miller, president of the Mason City district Beet Growers Association. Miller lives just across the Minnesota line, but grows 250 acres of beets in Iowa. Other Kossuth County farmers Still have time to request allotments for the limited acreage still remaining. •These growers find that sugar beets fit well in their crop rotation plans and are the most profitable of all crops in replacing acreage in the government corn program. Beets are even more attractive now that the corn support price has been lowered 18 cents to $1.40 a bushel. "Beets give me a larger cash return than corn does, twice as much as soy beans," says Engelbarts. A good crop can return $100 or more an acre in clear profit, growers agree. Progress in mechanical thinning is continuing to reduce labor requirements in the beet fields. For those who wish to postpone Investing $500 or more in a used harvester, a number of farmers are available for custom harvesting. Feeders of livestock find that beet tops left after harvest add as much weight as corn or grain. Farmers also report they get up to 35 extra bushels of corn .per acre on ground that the year previous grew sugar beets. Like sugar beets, this corn seems to fare better during hot and dry summer months. Anyone wishing to plant beets this spring may contact V. P. Christensen, Blue Earth, Minn., sugar company fieldman. Also, farmers mentioned above will be glad to advise how to secure request torms. License To Wed A wedding license was issued here Feb. 16 to Franklin J. Guthals of Fowler, Colo, and Marilyn Thompson of Algona. 6-Algona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, February 28, 1956 'OClf otc? Women's Fellowship The Women's Fellowship of the Congregational church will meet Thursday afternoon, March 8. A dessert luncheon will be served at 1:15 o'clock. Mrs L. E. Fellows of Grinnell \yill be guest speaker. Her talk wUl be on the Mayflower Home being constructed at Grinnell, a Congregational project. Her talk will be illustrated by slides. W.S.C.S. Luncheon Women of the Methodist WSCS will meet Thursday, March 1 for a one o'clock -luncheon. Mrs Milton Norton and Mrs J. B. Asa are chairman and co-chairman. The lesson theme is "We Would be True Disciples." Mrs Harry Whyte will show a film titled "The Rim of the Wheel." Plan Class Luncheon The Bible class of the Congregational church will meet Thursday afternoon, March 1, with Mrs Ted Larson for a 1:15 o'clock dessert luncheon. Assistant hostesses will be Mrs Kenneth Peirce and Mrs Elizabeth Amesbury. Degree Of Honor The Degree of Honor meets Monday, March 5 for a family pot-1'jck supper at the Moos° Hall. Supper will be followed by an evening of cards. Mrs Albert Adams was visited last week Sunday by Mrs Clarence Miller of Gilmore City. Mrs Hugh Colwell speni > lasi weekend at Fort Dodge with her mother and sister Mrs Mary Hill and Mrs Mabel Ruebel. Mr and Mrs George Heinen spent last weekend at Osceola with the former's brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Ray Braddock. The "School of Coloring" held at the Isaacson photograph studio recently was attended by young women from Kansas City, Mo., Minneapolis, Minn., Stockton, 111., Tripp, S. D., and five from Iowa, Webster City, Britt, Whittemore, Humboldt and Algona. Mr and Mrs Jack Booth were visited last weekend by Mr and Mrs Joe Knobbe of Denison. Mr and Mrs Don Hutcison spent last week Sunday at Des Moines with Mrs Hutchison's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Frank Carroll. Mr and Mrs John Carroll and sons Charles and Steven spent a few days at Des Moines last week with Mr Carroll's parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Carroll. Mrs Paul Hilberi was here lasi week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Clarence Hunt while Mrs Hunt was convalescing from the birth of a daughter. Mrs Waller Klamp, former resident here, came from Humboldt last week Tuesday and was an overnight guest of Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee. They were guests of Mrs Emma Dehnert that afternoon. Mrs Es'iher Helberg and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lee Schenck and children drove to Ankeny last week Sunday and visited Mr and Mrs William Buche. In the afternoon Mr and Mrs Schenck went to Des Moines to attend the Home show at the Veterans' Memorial Auditorium. Ledyard Lassies New 4-H Club The Springfield Girls 4-H club met Feb. 8 at the Merle Risk home. The girls chose the name Ledyard Lassies for their club. They also elected the (rest of their officers who are: Bonny Risk, reporter; Pamela Keil, recreation chairman; Sandra Johnson, vice president; Donna Engebritson, historian. Pamela Keil and Sandra Johnson gave a demonstration. The next meeting will be at the Irwin Johnson home on Mar. 13. All girls who wish to join are urged to attend this meeting. The Kentcky Derby has been hold annually at Churchill Downs, Louisville, Ky., • since 1875. Ollie Roupes OfWhittemore Wed 55 Years Whi»t«mofe—- Mr and Mrs OUie Roupe celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary at theii home Monday, Feb. 20. Both have lived in the vicinity of \Vhittemore all their married life. They were married Feb. 20, 1901 m the Methodist parsonage in Algona. Mr Roupe is 84 and Mrs Roupe is 77. They are the'par- ents of four living children, Melvin of West Bend, (Florence) Mrs C. W. Peterson, Mason City, 'Eunice) Mrs Delbert Walker ot Easton, Minn., and Mrs Esther Crook of Rodman. One son diea in infancy. Among those ,who honored them were Mr and Mrs Carl Peterson of Moson City, Mrs Esther Crook and son James of Rodman and Mr and Mrs Melvin Elbcrt of Lake View. The immediate families of Mi and Mrs William Meyer gathered at their home Tuesday afternoon to help their mother celebrate her birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck, Mr and Mrs Leonard Meyer, Mr and Mrs William Meyer, Jr., Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer, Mr and Mrs Alvin Meyer of here, Mr and Mrs Albert Meyer and Mr and Mrs Edwin Lieb of Lotts Creek. Mr and Mrs George Meyer accompanied by Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Erwin Bruhn at Depew Sunday afternoon. A number of relatives of Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl gathered at their home Friday tc celebrate the birthday of Mr Wichtendahl. Present were Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl and daughter Emogene, Mr Herman Wichtendahl of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Otto Wichtendahl ol Fenton, Mr and Mrs Hartwick Jensen of Bode, Mr and Mrs''Er- win Siems, Mr and Mrs Gordon Jensen and Mr and Mrs Delbert Heavyweight Champ* New '56 Chevrolet Task-Force Trucks Champs of every weight class I New mo'dels to Ho bigger jobs—rated up to 32,000 Ibs. G.V.W.I New power right across the board—with a brand-new big V8 for high-tonnage hauling! New auto* matte and 5-speed transmissionsl Ntw Ughtwsighl Champa ^feet today's most modern truck fleet! It offers new champs of every weight class, including four new heavy-duty series. It brings you new power for every job, with a modem short- stroke V8* for every model. Then there's a wider range of Hydra-Matic modek and Powermatic, a new six-speed automatic, plus new five-speed manual transmissions.! Come in and see these new Chevrolet trucks! *VS standard in L.C.F. and Series 8000 and 10000 models, an ntr**oit Qpfom in all other models. ^Extra-cost options available In a widt range ol models (five-Jfeed Iransmiuto* Vandard in Series 9000 and 10000). Anything less is an old-fashioned truck I KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. SOUTHWfST OF COURTHOUSE SQUARE PHONI 900 Withtendahl u\\ of here and Mr ami Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl of Algoha. The evening was spent playing pinochle and a lunch was served later. A number of neighbors, friends and relatives helped Albert Lauck celebrate his 80th birthday last week Sunday night. The guests included Mr and Mrs William Lauck, Mr and Mrs Andy Elbert, Mr and Mrs Harold Schmeling and daughter Nancy, Mr and Mrs George Winkle, Mr and Mrs Reinhard Zumach and Mr and Mrs Ben Hanson and Mrs William Berninghaus and son Rudolph. 500 was played, Rudolph Berninghaus and Mrs Andy 'Elbert winning high, Andy Elbert and Mrs Zumach low. At Bunco, Nancy Schmeling, high and Mrs Berninghaus, low. A lunch was served brought by the guests. Mr and Mrs Conrad Higgins and Mr and Mrs Robert Higgins were at the home of George Winter, father of Mrs Conrad Hig•gins to celebrate his 84th birthday Friday evening. Mrs Alfred Bell pleasantly surprised her husband Friday evening in honor of his birthday when she had a number of .-friends and relatives at their home. The guests included Mi and Mrs Otto Bell, Mr and Mrs Maurice Schwint, Mr and Mrs Bernard Bell and family, Emma Roeber and August Roeber of here, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bollinger and Mr and Mrs Wayne Bellinger of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Carl Struecker and family v of 'Waterloo spent the weekend here with the former's mother, Mrs Emma Strueck- er. Sunday the Strueckers and Mr and Mrs Clyde Gingerich and family of West Bend were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Louis Braatz, Teacher Reuben Butzke of St. Paul's Lutheran school, received a call FHday afternoon of the serious illness of his father in Seward, Neb. He left immediately to be at the bedside. Mr ahd Mrs Carl Johnson attended the funeral of Harold Johnson, brother of Carl, held Tuesday afternoon at the Congregational church in Emmetsburg. Mr Johnson, who operated a cafe in Sibley, became ill early Saturday morning of last week and died that same evening. He was 45 years and is survived by his wife, two step-children, his parents, two brothers and one sister. Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems and Mr and Mrs Hugo Meyer %vere at Des Moines Thursday to take in the flower arid house show in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt and Mr and Mrs Milton Espe of here and Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom of Algona took in the show Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Edward Tietz celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary Tuesday. Afternoon visitors were Mrs Harold Wolter and sons Stephen and Ernest of Lotts Creek. Evening callers were Mr and Mrs Edward Bruhn, Mr and Mrs Henry Bruhn, Mr and Mrs Howard Bruhn and son Vicky, Mr and Mrs Rudolph HaYiover and son James and daughter- Inez, Mr and Mrs Harold Schneider and daughter and Mrs Esther Schneider of Cylinder. Pvt. Franklin Rusch, son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Rusch of here, is participating in amphibious training with thfe 25th Infantry Division in Hawaii. Franklin is a mechanic in a service company. He entered the army in November of 1954. Mr and Mrs Harold Schmeling .celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary at their home last week Sunday. Guests included Mrs William Schmeling, Mr and Mrs Carl Block and family 01 Windom, Minn., Mr and Mrs Charles Schmeling and family ol Sioux Falls, S. D., Mr and Mrs Fritz Gillman and son James of Estherville, Mrs William Berninghaus and son Rudolph and Mr and Mrs William Lauck of here. The Schmelings were presented with a gift. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt and Mr and Mrs Martin Ostwald and Mr and Mrs Joe Nordseth were Thursday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs L. H. Pertl. Mr and Mrs Donald Hulburt ol Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son Lyle, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny and daughter, Kay Frances and Mrs Mathilda Meyer visited with Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnkq at Lotts Creek Tuesday evening. Mr anfl Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Dorothy Rosendahl and chil- dirn weir Friday evening visi- tos with Mr and Mrs Bert Seely. Mr and Mrs Kermit Kuccket visited Mr and Mrs Henry Wich* tendahl Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Henry Wichtendahl visited Thursday afternoon with Mr and Mrs Noah Reisner and also helped Mrs Emma Reisner, mother of Noah, celebrate her 81st birthday. -Mr and Mrs Herman 'Behnke and daughters and Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer in Garner last week Sunday. Mr and Mrs Raymond Kollasch drove to Des Moines Thursday to bring home their son Danny who was visiting with his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Donald Cumpton. Danny had to be hospitalized as he became ill with pneumonia on Monday tmct was released Thursday. Last week Sunday guests dinner at the Myrtle Frost home were Roland Hedin of Aurora, 111., Mr and Mrs Kenneth Thompson, Joy Thompson and Harry Widdlc all of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Nick Reding visited with relatives in Waterloo for several days last week they returned home Friday evening. Glenn Kollasch and Jerry Bormann left Saturday for Long Beach, Calif., where they will visit with relatives for several weeks. Mr and Mrs Dell Holler and family of Des Moines spent the weekend at the parental home ot Mr and Mrs Leroy Farrell. 36,000 Lbs. BEEF ' A Full Semi-Truckload of Armour's Beef For Our Big SALE! r~ ARMOUR ,r THIS TRUCK WILL BE PARKED IN OUR PARKING LOT 2 Days FRIDAY, MARCH 2 SATURDAY, MARCH 3 Beef Whole — Beef By The Quarter Beef By The Half-& 10 Other Different Selections In Beef! - Wee/ " APPRECIATION DAY THEATRE TICKETS Algona Theatre, Friday, March 2 ASK US FOR THEM Customers Can Walk Right Into-This Big Semi And Select What They Want. Armour's Head Beef Man Will Be Here To Assist You. « Plenty of Free Parking in Our Own Parking Lot. Prices Will Large Bottles DEL MONTE CATSUP 5 Bottles $1 46 oz. Cans Sweetened CYPRESS GARDEN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE 5 Cans $1 No. 2 Cans VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEANS 6 Cans $1 And Many, Many Other Dollar Specials This Weekend At t

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