The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 3, 1956 · Page 7
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 7

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 3, 1956
Page 7
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April 3,1956 iftotneg New Concert Date . the Todd Duncans-Camilla Williams concert at Estherville, originally scheduled for April 5, has been postponed until April 7 at 8 p.m. 'Members of the Kossuth County Community Concert Association may attend this concert on their membership cards. GAS-TOONS i BY •_ KEN & LEO'S V 32 Madonna llbert, Whitf emore,'Is Nurse "You'll have to pour that oil FASTER ... I'm in a HURRY." We'll go a-LONG WAY to give you the FASTEST SERVICEI KEN 6- LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Bulk Tank Wagon Service Phone 967 Easr State St. Whiliemdre—Mr and Mrs Earl Elbert and daughter Barbara and Mrs. Francis Crotty attended the nurses graduation ekerdses. of Madonna Elbert, 'daughter of the Earl Elb'erts', who graduated at the Northwest School of Medical Technology in Minneapolis, last Friday. She was in a graduating class of 60'students. She returned home with her parents and will visit .here until after Easter. She will then return to Minne- polis to take three ' months oi x-ray. She is a graduate of Presentation Academy here. Mark Kollasch, son of Mr arid Mrs Fred Kollasch and Maurice Bormann, son of Mr and Mrs Charles Borrrtann Sr., arrived home Tuesday on a two week leave. Both graduated, from recruit training at tho Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, 111. Wnen they report for, duty 'they may be assigned to shipboard or some training school in California. . ' r Mrs Anna Baas and daughter Elda, Mr and Mrs William Rpe- ber, Mr and Mrs Melvin Roeber and son David; Mr and Mrs Will- '»*Ti Mever Jr. and family and Mf fllid Mrs Maynard Roeber and 1 fliJ/V ot here, Mr and Mrs John Ketelsofi,, and Mr and Mrs William Paetz and family of Algona, hfelped' Chafles Baas celebrate his birthclay Tuesday evening. Charles is the son of Mr and Mrs Lester Baas. • The evening was sjpent placing cards and a lunch Was served. ,; James Farrell 'arrived here Irom Denver, Colo, last week at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Leroy Farrell and to take back his wife and- two children who have been visiting her for the past two month's/ . Arlene Struecker, student at Waldorf Junior College at Forest City, came home to spend her Easter vacation with her parents, Mr and Mrs Walter Struecker. •-Mr and Mrs William Fandsl Sr. entertained the pinochle club Monday evening at a 6:30 dinner which was followed by pinochle. Frank Foley and Mrs Nick Reding won high, Henry Mueller and Mrs Marion Hyink, low and Frank Piekarski travel. • Mr and Mrs Donald Thill and family of Charles City spent the weakend with Mr and Mrs Mike Thill; parents of Donald. Mr, and 'Mrs Walter Struecker received a letter from their son, Marvm, who is stationed at Frankfurt, Germany, that a gas heater in their barracks exploded and he was quite badly burned and had to be hospitalized but was released in four days. The South Side Card Club surprised Mrs Emma Knecht at a farewell' party Sunday night. Cards were the evening's ent tainment and a lunch' brought J the guest was served. Mrs Kheoht was presented with a gift. /Mary Ann, infant daughter 01 Mr and Mrs M. J. Erdman, wtfe baptized in St. Michael's Catholic church. Her sponsors we're Mr and Mrs Joseph Erdman of Waterloo. Dinner guests in h&- hon6r were Mr and Mrs Joseblh Erdman of Waterloo and Mr* Cecelia Berger. • ;• Mr'and Mrs Roland • Ostwald returned home from points Jft Mexico, where they vacationed for two weeks. They arrived home last week. •' ' i The iFern Valley Homemake'rs will hold a social evening di dancing at the Legion Hall Thurfl; day evening, April 5, for their husbands. Each member is rer quested to bring as guest another couple. Edward Kenyoh will furnish the music and call for the square dances. A potluck lunch will be served. , '. Miss Agnes Schipporeit left last week Saturday for AinsworthJ Neb. to spend Easter vacation'at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs William Schipporeit. MisSl Shipporeit is teacher of the four lower grades in St. Paul's Lu* theran school. '• Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heiden•with drove to Aurelia Thursday evening ,to bring Mrs Elsie Bark" ley to her' home in Gilmore City:, She had made her home with her daughter, Miss Leah Barkley, who is teaching <"in the public school in Aurelia. Mrs Barkley is the grandmother of Mrs Heidenwith. . , Mr and Mrs James Kollasch and family moved to their new home Saturday. Bell and Kollasch started to build two homes late last fall on Highlawn Addition in the west part of t'own. Both homes ;were built for themselves, as Alfred Bell will accupy the other house as soon as it is finished. Leonard Frost of Algona will move here and occupy the John Meine home vacated by the ' Kollasch family. Mr Frost plans to work for the stale highway, commission here.. Frank Schmit Jr. has resigned his position with the state highway here and will move to Algona where he will be employed with Buscher and Gerber, doing road construction work. Laura Wichtendahl, a member of the W.A.F. and stationed at Offutt A.F.C. in Nebraska, and her brother Henry Wichtendahl. who is in .the U.S. Navy and stationed at Corpus Christi, Tex., spent Palm Sunday at the parental Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl home. Mrs Bernard Wichtendahl left Thursday for Colorado to be with her -husband, who is stationed at Camp Carson. She plans to remain in Colorado, until Mr Wichtendahl gets transfered to some other post. Mr iand Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Dorothy Rosendahl and son Danny were Tuesday evening visitors with Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl. Mr and Mrs Robert Harrison and family of Algona were Sunday dinner and evening guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Elmer Elbert. The letter's daughters, Evelyn and Beverly Elbert of Emmetsburg, spent the weekend with their parents. Evening guests were Mr and Mrs Jerome Forey and daughter of Ruthven. Mrs John Drew of Cylinder, mother of Mrs Veronica Slagle, spent the weekend here with her daughter. Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and son, Lyle, visited with Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer Tuesday evening. Mrs Everett Keith and Mrs Ralph Simons of Algona visited at the Clem Bisenius home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Rudolph Hanover and ' family of Fairville visited with Mr and Mrs Edward Tictz. Mr arid Mrs Ferdinand Bruhn and family of Emmetsburg were' Sunday evening visitors. Mr and Mrs Paul • Potratz and family visited with Mrs Potrntx" parents Sunday, , Mr and Mrs Thomas Kelly in Pomeroy. Mrs C. B. Bergeson left Monday for Milwaukee, Wis., where she will visit at the home of her daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Q. W. Torpin, for several days. Mrs Harry Schmeling returned home Monday from Omaha, where she visited at the home of her son, Mr and Mrs Carroll Schmeling and daughter, Marilyn Schmeling, over the weekend. Anthony Busherfeld was released from St. Ann hospital irr Algona last Monday. He is at home now recuperating. Burt Implement Firm Is Having Closing Out Sale IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 11 Burt—James Christenscn, Burt implement dealer in the west end of- town, is closing out his supplies and equipment the early part of April. Mr and Mrs Christensen came to Burt from Titonka in 1925 and Mr Chrislen- sen was employed in the Gibbons Garage the first year. In 1927 he built the first building and has been in business continuously since that time. In 1952 he had erected a fine, large new building with a pleasant office in Front. Mr Christensen served ome 13 years on the school board and a number of years on the town council. The garage building has been rented to the "Iowa Broilers", which is an Arkansas firm, and Herber -Nelson is the manager here. Mr and Mrs Christensen have no plans for the future right now, as the son David is a high school senior^ They have a daughte'r, Betty Bee Christensen, who is a medical technician in Tulsa, Okla. Birthday Circle Hostess Mrs Henry Manus was hostess to members of the Birthday Circle at her home on Thursday. Invited guests were Etta Holdren, Lydia.Manus, Irma Pratt, Mary Vplenting and Clara Vim Steenberg. Carrie L a r s o n 1 s birthday was observed and she was presented with a gift from the group. Mrs Bertha Wallace had the program. The records show that this Circle was begun in 1909 with meetings on birthdays. Mrs Manus has belonged over 30 years. St. John's Aid To Meet The St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid'meeting for this month will be Thursday the 5th with Mrs Albert Peter and Mrs Lawrence Presthus as hostesses. Market Basket names for that meeting are Mrs Henry Kueck, Mrs Fred Lavrenz, Mrs Ray Lavrenz, Mrs Richard Lavrenz and Mrs Roland Lavrenz. Topic is The Churches Duty toward the Young People. New members received into the St. John's Lutheran church are Mrs Gerald Meyer, Miss Lynda Rajh and Mr Erwin Schwietert. New Church Members The Burt Presbyterian church has received into membership the following; Mr and Mrs Axel Carlson, Mary Carlson, Ralph Carlson, Beverly Christensen, Barbara Dremmel, Bernard Gif- iord, Marvin Peterson, Ellen Stewart, Mrs R. H. Thompson and Mr Glee Bullock. The pastor is Rev. H. A. Smidt. Thrifty Shopping Tips FROM YOUR FRIENDLY STORE DR1JC S If tJ EWE LEY )CV«j-*c^<_w> tCo-ruddSdi cu £f\tc<n.(Lt.iL. 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