The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 6, 1956 · Page 31
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 6, 1956
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8-Afg6na (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, March 6, 1956 AROUND ALGONA' Mrs Chester Bailey is entertaining her sewing club this afternoon. (Tuesday). .^-_r\__ Mrs Goldie Guderian spent a couple of days last week at Rockwell helping her sister. Mrs Van Ness move into a new home. o— Mrs P. O. Dorweiller is recovering from an attack of bur- sit is contracted two weeks ago upon their return from a vacation in Arizona and New Mexico. Mr and Mrs W. J. Sigsbee were Sunday supper guests of Mr and Mrs Walter Klamp at Humboldt. Mr and Mrs W. F. Colwell had as their guest on Sunday, Mrs Col well's mother. Mrs O. G. Day of Clarion. The P. E. O. Society meets Wednesday for a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs Claris Kresenskv. Cutworms or something else may destroy your stand of corn. This rephnting agreement can save you the cost of extra seed corn if you have to replant your Pioneer corn. SEE or CALL R. I. Mawdsley ............... Algona C. L. Bailey ... ..... . .......... Algona -Aaron Steussy ............... Algona Eugene Kollasch ...... _ . _ . „ ____ Algona Harold Jones .......... _____ Swea City T. O. Johnson ............. Swea City Wm. Martinek ._ ^. . ^ . = ..__.._ Wesley Walter Vaudt . ......... _ . Whittemore Mrs Laura Woiio is a patient at Room 328. Park Hospital at Mason City. ___Q__ Mrs Jack Hernon was hostess to her bridge club on Tuesday evening. Prizes were received by Mrs James Merryman and Mrs Gerald Ferris. Mrs Ernest Egel will remain a patient at Children's Hospital af Iowa City for a couple of weeks longer. She is coming along nicely. Her address is Ward B. The Eight Specs Card Club mej Wednesday evening with Mrs W J. Sigsbce. Prizes were received by Mrs Doris Wilhelmi, Mrs John Dutton and Mrs Esther Helberg —o— The members of Ihe Wednesday Night Youth Club of the Presbyterian church have honored Mrs Lloyd Gerber by choosing her as Mother of the Month for March. *- — O—-• Mr and Mrs David Smith had as their guests over the weekend, Mr and Mrs Duane Cump-ton ;md children of Des Moines Mrs Cumpston is the former Mary Lee Dearchs. ___Q Piano pupils of Sister Mary Mathew and Sister Alice Marie will present a recital this evening, (Tuesday) at St. Cecelia's Academy. Josephine . Platt will s?ive several cello numbers. —o— Mr and Mrs Tom McGraw had as their guests over the weekend, Mr McGraw's parents, Mr and Mrs Walter McGraw and his- neice Ann McGraw all of Le Seuer, Minn. —o— Mr and Mrs Harold Cowan arrived home Saturday evening from a month's vacation in Florida. During their absence Mrs Bert Deal stayed at the Cowan home with the sons, Jim and Jerry. The monthly leaders meeting of the Girl Scouts is being held this evening, (Tuesday) at the Druggist Mutual Insurance building. Cookies for the annual sale are to be picked up by leaders preceeding the meeting. The pupils of Miss Hauck's 4th grade room at Bryant school presented a program for their parents on Monday evening. A talent show was the theme and the program included, piano and vocal numbers, dances and recita tions. ' —o— Mr and Mrs David Smith were ?iven a housewarming party on Wednesday evening. Attending were Mr and Mrs Jewell Studer, and Mr and Mrs Cletus Studer of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Ed Gade, Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Henry Scheppmann, Mr and Mrs George Gade and Mr and Mrs Lewis Scheppmann of Trvington, Mr and Mrs Richard Struecker of Algona and Mr and Mrs LeRoy Scheppmann of Washington, D. C. together with their respective families. WELCOME! PRAIRIE PALS Left to right, (staggered): Ruth Lickteig, Julia Nygaard (vp), Helen Lickieig, Gloria Wise (p). Carol Grandgenelt, Mary Lou Grandgeneil, Merle Ann Harig, Nancy Downs, Ruth Wise, Charlotte Wise, Melissa Nygaard, Delores Studer, Darlene Studer, Eileen McCarthy, Kathryn McCarthy, (Leader: Mrs Herman Wise, Corwith). SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY WILTGEN JEWELERS WELCOME! LU VERNE LIVE WIRES Left to right. Back row: Judith Naffziger,. Eleanor Rock wood, Elaine Rock wood, Shirleen Schnetzer. Kay Brink, Claudia Jannsen, Sally Prior. Front row: Leola Ann Voss. Cheryl Gostsch, Sandra Jannsen, Sheryl Dimler, Ma?y Lee Darby, Linda Clark, Rae Ann Brink. (AbserU: Annette Braynard, Kathleen Bock us (p), Rosemary Carroll (vp). Leader: Mrs James Mallory. LuVerne). SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N. Mf and Mrs Clair Thomas and son, Randy spent Wednesday evening at Mason City with Mrs Thomas* brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs A. G. Cannella. The occasion Was a birthday party, for little Caftdace Cannella. Mr and Mrs Thomas were visited recently by his parents, Mr and Mrs W. L. Thomas of Mason City who wet*e enroute to Arizona for a vacation. Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwari of Adel are on a two week's vacation in Georgia and during their absence their little daughter, Bette Suzanne is visiting here with Mr,and Mrs W. F. Colwell, brother and sister-in-law of Mrs Banwart. The son Billy is also nere with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs H. M. Colwell, the older son remaining with friends in Adel. —o— Pamela Waller was honored at a birthday party Sunday afternoon at the home of her grandmother, Mrs Clara Pratt. It was her 14th anniversary. Guests were De£inna Lau. Sharon De- Grotte. Cindy Hardy, Janice Bode. Marijane Williams, Diane Markla, Siri Norton, Jo Ann Muckey, Evelyn James and Patty Cowan. •:•>•-• __Q_____ The executive board of Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets this evening, (Tuesday) nt the home of Mrs Mel Thiesen. On Thursday the chapter members plan to go to Mason City for dinner at the Town House following which they will tour television station KGLO-TV and attend the Scrap Book program. Arrangements for the trip are in charge .:>f Mrs Jerry McKean. Mr and Mrs Don Prieskorn's nine year old twin nephews, Frank and Joe Young have arrived in Algona to make their home temporarily with them. They have enrolled at St. Cecelia's Academy. The boys are sons of Mrs Prieskorn's sister and their father died recently. Their sister, Janice Anne Young, 12, is hospitalized with rheumatic fever at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. and tho mother is remaining with her. Janice Anne would welcome mail. Her address is U. S. Army hospital, Ward B-9, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. Parish Welcomes New St. Benedict Priest At Party St. Benedict—Last Sunday evening about 175 persons attended the welcoming for St. Benedict's new pastor, Father Ernst, formerly from the Milford parish. The evening was spent socially arid playing cards. Lunch was brought by the parishioners. Coffee o; course served, too. The children pf i\\e St. Benedict school pre r sente'd a program to welcome Father Ernst last Friday afternoon. Mr and Mrs M. H. McEnroe entertained 21 people at a 24 Ib. turkey dinner the evening ol March 3. These people attended: Julia, Helen, Frank, and Betty Ann McEnroe, Dorothy and Dili Higgins, Mr and Mrs Leo McEnroe and daughters, Nancy and June, also their daughter-in-law and grandson, Mr and Mrs John Rubes and Stephen, Mr and. Mrs James McEnroe, and the Philip Arndprfer family. Philip Arndorfer is spending a t'ew days at St. Ann because ol surgery.. He was operated upon Monday. A card party was held at the home of Mrs Isadore Mayer, Feb. 48. High prize was won by Keg- ma Froehiich. The next party will be held at the home of Mrs Elizabeth Eischen the evening ol Mar. 6. Roman Arend, Dorothy and Ronnie Arndorfer, Marilyn Roeder and Phyllis Arndorfer drove to Storm Lake Sunday to spend the day with Marlene, daughtoi of Dorothy, on the birthday of Marlene. Burt News Mr and Mrs Orie Peterson and family moved recently from Burt to . the Graham farm in Plum Creek township. Honoring her on her birthday the families of Mrs John Geus- man came to her home Sunday in observance of her February 29 anniversary. Attending Sunday were Mr and Mrs D. W. Eddy and Mr and Mrs Douglas Eddy and two small daughters of Forest City; Mr and Mrs Ared White and Suzanne and friend of Mason City; Mr and Mrs Lawrance Jisch, Algona; Mr and Mrs G. J. vJeesxrian c.ud children of Kiny- sted; Mr and Mrs Francis Menke jnd Joey, Bancroft, and Mr Gef.-.s- rnan and Earl. Mr and Mrs Howard Geesman and children ol Odin, Minn, were unable to attend •Sunday. Several friends went to Stellj Geesman's homt; Tuesday afternoon in honor of her Feb. 2'Jlh birthday. They were Jessie Ch;t- 1'ee, Alice Cole, Ada McFai land, Jenny Riebhotf, and Edna Smith. Marie Parsons was unable to be present. Harold Dabbenberger of Hudrick spent Monday and Tuesday with the Junkermeiers. On Tuesday the men were in New Ulm, Minn, on business. Mrs Nell Peters returned to her lome this week after spending several months with Mr and Mrs Oliver Graham, following injuries received in a fall last year. Mrs Peters is 90 years. SCHOOL'S OUT Classes were slim at the Oakland public schools recently, due to an epidemic of measles. 33 cases were reported, with the kindergarten rooms accounting for most of the absentees. Algorto Upper D« Maine* 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. Wednesday, March 7 — Jens Sorensen, complete closing out sale at the farm located 4 miles north of Algona Jet. 169 & 18 and Vi mile east. Yungeberg 'is auctioneer and the Iowa State Bank, clerk. Details in UDM last week. Thursday, March 22 — Ruth Long Krueger will hold a combination land salu and machinery and household goods sale. Land being sold is a 160 acres, the SE '••.'» of section 6 in Burt t\vp. Sale details will be published later. Lloyd Berkland is auctioneer, and the Lone Rock Bank is clerk. Sale details today and next week. No. Kossutk DHIA Shows 17 Herds With Hi Records Seventeen dairy.herds produced an average of 30.7 Ibs B. F. and 893 Ibs. milk per animal during February, according to Forrest Hofbauer, DHIA supervisor. Seven herds totaling 78 cows were owner sampler tested during this period too. Cows producing over 400 Ibs. B. F. that completed lactations in February and their owners are: Alvin Boettcher, Lakota, R. H., 297 days, 472 Ib. Alvin Boettcher, Lakota, R. PI., 305 days, 424 Ib. Alvin Boettcher, Lakota, R. H., 305 days, 402 Ib. George Wallentine, Elmore, Minn., G. H., 305 days, 469 Ib. George Wallentine, Elmore, Minn., G. H., 287 days, 418 Ib. Sydney Payne, Ledyard, G. H., 305 days, 488 Ib. Sydney Payne, Ledyard, G. H.. 305 days, 448 Ib. John Ruger, Fenton, G. H., 295 days, 443 Ib. Frank f"& John Dressier, Bancroft, G. H., 294 days, 401 Ib. "80-20" [L AUTO ^INSURANCE f PAYS 80% OF THE COST No matter how small the collision accident, under this policy, you pay only 20# of each $1.00 on the first $250 of each loss. Above that amount, State Farm pays everything. Call and learn more about "80-20" today. It peyi t» k»»w jr*vr STATE FARM Agvnt Harold C. Sundet 300 E. Elm St. Phone 841 Algona Livermore News Mrs Harold Mansor and children of Algona spent Sunday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Zeak 1 Smith while Mr Mansor attended a convention in Illinois. Mrs George Donald visited Saturday with Kate Farrell who is a patient at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mi's George Foth and Mr and Mrs Gordon Foth and family of LuVerne were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home o'f the former's daughter, Mrs Richard Thul and family at Algona. Lawrence Kellner of Stewart- vine, Minn, spent Sunday at the Nick Klein home. His wife and three daughters, who had been visiting her parents, returned home with him Sunday. Frank Devine and Richard McKenna were business callers in Omaha, Neb., the first of the week. They also called at the Bob Devine home in Omaha. Mr and Mrs Robert Davis of LuVerne were M6nday evening visitors at the home of his -parents, Mr and Mrs George Davis. Their son Jerry, Who had been visiting his grandparents, returned home with them. Mr and Mrs Roy Smith and daughter Beverly of Eagle Grove were last week Sunday visitors at the home of her sister. Mrs Louise Gronbach. Betty Devine spent the weekend at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge where she went for a check up. Mr and Mrs Ted Thilgcs and family of Lakota were Sunday evening (visitors at the home of his sister, Mrs Leslie Jensen, and with his mother, Mrs Anna Thilges, who Is confined fo the home of her daughter, Mrs Jensen. Revenue Office Hours "The Internal Revenue office at Algona will be open for taxpayer information and service orr Mar. 5, 12, 19, and 26 (Mondays) and on Friday, March 23rd." WELCOME! Grant Go-Getters Left to right. Back row: Nancy Patterson, Karen Walerbury. Front row: Mary Ethel Gibson, Evelyn Mino (p), Beverly Waterbury, Wallis Reynolds. (Absent: Mary Ann Brower, Karen Ramse (vp). Leader: Mrs Alfred Zielske, Swea Cily). SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY Elva & Jessie's "The Shop of Beautiful Fashions" WELCOME! LOTTS CREEK Left to right. Back row: Francis Bjuslrom, Fred Erickson, Dick Kuecker, Harold Bjustrom. Center row: Diane Wichtendahl. Marlene Frayholti, Sharon. Wichtendahl, Jerry Freyholtz. Fr.ont row: John Cannon. Merle Walker. Charles Bierstedl, Kenneth Bierstedt. Left to right. Back row: Daryl Wichlendahl, Dave Erickson (p), Alan Walker', Bill Kuecker (L), Whittemore. Center row: Jean Kuecker, Charlotle Wichlendahl, Ruth Erickson, Nelda Meyer, Viola Berninghaus. Front row: Georg a Biprstedt, Virginia Bierstedt, Eleanor Meyer. (Absent: Dwight Decker, Eulan Schaller, Gerald Schaller, James Bierstedt (vp). SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY jm y s UflTTl-WTTTTAM^ rLULJJ JrVlLLLAJVu) I V **^~L* *!*» A A WELCOME! PLUM CREEK ELITE Left to right. Back row: Sara Clark, Eileen Bode, Connie Priebe (p), Janice Bode, Marlys Long, Mary Keith, Claudetie Seely (vp). Linda Clark. Cenier row: Jean Keith, Anne Steven, Ruth Benschoier, Agnes Sigsbe«, Audrey Gardner, Glenada Gabrielson. Front row: Joan Ward, Susan Hoover, Margaret Keith. (Leader: Mrs Cliff Benschoter, Algona.) SEE OUR DISPLAY AT THIS STORE SATURDAY

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