The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 17, 1956 · Page 36
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(lo.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, April 17, 1956 Oafs Sewing Is Underway, Sexton Area By The Village Gossip Sexton—Sexton is slowly gaining in population. Tho 'newest welcome addition is n now baby boy at the Art Hicks homo. Tin luiby's sister and t\vo brottiers wiil bo extra busy ns a bi« flocV of baby chicks also arrived 1h< day before the baby. 11* is still rumored (here \yil he another new ample moving to town soon. Some of the semi- permanent residents will be returning with the warm weather. News of our late spring musl have reached Texas as Mary McMahon didn't come as soon as expected but she should be here any day now. Mr and Mr? Martin Mimbaeh have written from Washington (<• say their son-in-law will be home from Guam in two weeks and they will start to think about coming home then. They hud hinted they might not he hack until the grass needed mowing. If there seems to be a lot ot act,ivity around two homes here it's just getting ready for duo day. Mrs John Jennings will entertain her circle of the Presbyterian PWO on May 3. Much of the last Friendly Club meeting at Mrs Nell Opheim's was spent in making plans for the April meeting with Mrs Bob Kelley. It will be a pot luck dinner at qjie on the last Thursday with everyone bringing a coveicd disli and their own service lot eating. Another old neighbor came back for a busy day here. Fred Jennings was concerned for some garden plowing before he could take his tractor lo his new home in Titonka. With oats sowing getting start- ted a little late every extra hand was drafted..John Jennings helped at the Virgil Jennings and Leo Sabin farms. Roth Glenn Gahrielson and Art Olson have been ill when it was lime to start work. Art Olson has had a lot of weclome help from his young son Richard. While the Gabrielsons are waiting lor :heir son to get the helpful age Mrs Gabrielson took over for a few days oats seeding and she has the sunburn to prove it. Kenny Kirschbaum is another young fellow interested in a new flock of baby chicks, lie spent a few days on the farm with his grandmother. Mrs Elizabeth Mer- gea of Whittemore. Mrs Leo Kirschbaum hopes her new job isn't always as exciting as the first night was. She: is working this summer in the concession stand at the Star-Ljie Drive-In theater. Clarence and Grover Gruhb returned from a trip to visit relatives in Missouri just in time to get ready to start to their fishing resort in Minnesota. They will leave a little late this year as they received a card from northern friends saying there was still a foot of snow in their driveway. A brother. Walt Grubb of Des Moines, is visiting now an^l will Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles Science Finds Healing Substance That Does Both— Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids Nrw Y,,rk. IV. Y. (?J.rrln1) -For the first time science has found a new hralinc substitute with the nslonish- iriff ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to relievo pain—without surgery. In case uftor case, while pcntly relieving pain, actual reduction (shrinknco) took place. ]\tn?f. ii!mi:'.iiig of nil — results were «o thorough that sufferers made astonishing statements liko "Piles have ceased to be u.proMem!" The secret is a new liouling substance (Bio-Dyne* ) —discovery of a world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in stipiiositot'ii or ointment. f;,rin umlrr the n.'inie ['rr.i>«rutinn II. * At your druggist. Money back guarantee. •KCB. u. a. Pit. Off. also go north with them. The handsome young sailor visiting in town last week is a brother of Mrs Don Prew. Tommy Dilsworth has completed basic training and left Sunday In go on the USS Iowa and sail for (he Mediterranean. After a last family dinner on Easter Mrs Nell Opheim's ehil dren are now all scattered around the country. Drusilla relumed to her work in Minneapolis. Alfred started work on the Gilbert Har- !<reaves farm and John is .on the Jim Stevens farm at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Mack Wise were visit nd Sunday evening by Mr arirl Mrs Dwayne Peckham and family of Clear Lake. The only damage during the heavy winds was the large tree falling in front of Mrs Nell Ophrims house. Arch Burger soon made quick work of cleaning up Iho debris. Joan and Patty Kelley didn't look very happy about the latest project at the Kelley home. It was a new high fence to keep them in this summer. It is reported that C. N. Beiseh is doin.t; well at the Burt rest home and is also able to walk ajiain ,-ifter breaking his hip. He also has a new grandson, the first son of Mr and Mrs Willis Beiseh at St. Benedict. • Irvington By Marguerite Mulligan Mrs Olive Hanson is employed at the home of Mrs Neal Smith while Mrs Smith is recuperating from a siege of virus pneumonia. Mr and Mrs McLean and Mae returned last Sunday after having spent two weeks at the home of Mr and Mrs C. E. Rose at Mason City. Mrs Howard Hedrick and children visited at the home of Mrs V. Schneider Sunday p.m. Mr and Mrs Milford Plathe and Mr and Mrs Jack Schulx spent last Sunday at Minneapolis where they attended the Ice Follies and "Cinerama Holiday." Kristine Plathe had a tonsil- leetomy at Mercy Hospital in Ft. Podge on Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Gerald Frankl drove to Minneapolis Friday p.m. to spend the \veekend at Ihe r ...FOR Extras! jf — WARDS lose BPHINO e, SUMMER BALE Get Wards Sale Book for +• Extra Savings, Extra Values A phone call today can save you money for months to come! How? Just pick up your telephone and call our Catalog Store, and you'll receive your Free copy of Wards Spring and Summer Sale Book. Then see for yourself the savings you can get now on those seasonal items you'll want throughout the summer days ahead! You'll see light, cool clothing for the whole family . . . outdoor picnic and playtime needs . . . awnings and outdoor furniture . . . window fans and air conditioners. .. auto accessories..; and a multitude of other items. And remember, this sale merchandise is the same high quality you expect from Wards, and is fully backed by Wards famous Guarantee of Satisfaction or the .full refund of all you paid! So stop in today for your Free copy of Wards new Spring and Summer Sale Book, with those extra savings, extra values, It will help you save oil summer long I SHOP BY PHONE H6 N. Dodtje St. Alijoiiu home of Mr and Mrs Donald Frank!. B. O. Davis, local carpenter, Is repairing the Win. Boldrid|fe house which was badly damaged by lire recently. Mrs John Schulz is visiting this week with her daughter, Mrs I felon Hnnborn nnd sons at Cedar Falls. 70 Ministers At Burt Meeting On April 9th Burl — Some 70 ministers^and wives attended the annual ministerial meeting held in the Butt' Methodist Church, Monday, April 9. Luncheon, served at noon, was under the direction of a W^CS committee. Gold arid white Bibles were given as favors while Mrs Pruel of Algona gave favors she had made. The morning meeting started at 10 o'clock with separate meetings and panel discussions. Mrs F. O. Johnson of Humboldt was speaker for the afternoon meeting, .and Rev. Shreve of Buffalo Center gave the devotions. Rev. Bearse is pastor ot the Burt church. The Burt Township Homemakers Club met with Mrs ElVa Kahler. Tuesday the 17th. Mrs James Coady Sr., and Mrs Ervin Ulscs were assisting, hostesses. "Control of Household Pests" was given by Mrs Fred Habeger. The Lesson on Aluminum Trays was given by Mvs Ted Jensen of Fenton. Maxino Dillmer, had a surprise number. Homemaker Luncheon A luncheon was given by the Burt School Homemaking department on Wednesday afternoon, April 11. Girls of Section, two of the first-year class were hostesses and the mothers were guests. The luncheon was prepared and served by the class members under the direction 6f the teacher. Mrs Ira F. Heald. Attending were Mrs Ralph Bonney, Mrs Harm Cfroen, Mrs Jesse Harms, Mrs Harvey Larson, Mrs Sumner Parsons. Mrs Albert Peter, Mrs Helen Weiske and Mrs Heald. Jolly Ten Club Members of the Jolly Ten Club met with Cora Stow Wednesday afternoon, April 11, in observance of' her 82nd birthday. The afternoon was spent in visiting after which a basket lunch was served. Mrs Stow received gifts as well as gifts from her children who live away. All club members were present but Bertha Stow, and other callers were Helen Schwietert and her sister, Mrs Hunt of Dolliver. Mr and Mrs Glenn Graham and Gary of Algona were recent Sunday dinner guests at the home of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs J. p. Graham. Mr and Mrs C. B. .Chipman.wore at the Grahams on Ihe" occasion was the Chipmuns* 48 wedding anniversary. At the Apiil meeting of the St. John's Lutheran Aid the group voted to buy 24 more folding chairs for the dining room and they will also buy a large fan or. a standard for the church. Mrs Bertha Stow rclurno.d home from Clear Lake Thursday and is now at her home. IK.Y toot is improving. Mrs Luella Sanders visited recently with Mr and Mrs Walter Lockwood. The women are cousins. Mr and Mrs Howard Schrappei of Los Angeles, Calif, returned home last week. They came to see the former's mother, Mrs Henry Gettman who underwent surgery in Mason City. Mrs Gettman 'has recovered enough that she expects to return to Burt soon. Mrs Cora Stow spent Stinday highl and Monday with the Cecil Gocttredsons m Swea City &nd saw the great grandchild, Theresa Lee Johnson, the two month old baby recently brought home from Rochester. Teachers Get 5100 Year Pay Boost, Titonka -! Sixteen Titonka faculty mem- bets accepted contracts for 195G- 57 by April 6. They include: Sylvan Thiesse. Prin.; Lyle Opheim, History, Biology and Athletics; Harold Rood, Commercial and Athletics; Jack Easton, English, Driver Training and Dramatics;- Miss Gladys Sleich tor. Home Economics: Harley Lehman, Vocational Agriculture; Mrs Betty Brandt, English; Mrs- Doris Sathoff, Grade- 7-8 departmental; Mrs Novella Budlong, Grade 7; Mrs Mary Lee Baaclc 4-6 combination; Mrs Mary Oesterreicher, grade 5; Miss Betty Taylor, Grade 4; Miss Alice Meyer, Grade 3; Miss Kathryn Gorman, Grade 2; Mrs Geo. Nelson, Grade 1; Miss Velida Bruns, Kindergarten. Four* teachers have signified that they would not return to Titonka next year. They include Donald Multhaitf. Vocal mUsic; Miss Helen Stenzel, Grade 3: Miss Martha Dontje, Grade 2; Miss Lenora Kelt wick. Grade 1. Mr Russel Schaub. science and mathematics teacher in grades 89, can not be certain of his future until his draft board has ruled on the extent of his training period. Mr Wayne Pringle, Band instructor, had not* yet decided' on whether to return. One teacher will need to be added, to take care of this year's grade 2, which will continue to be divided into two sections in grade 3- In an attempt to keep salaries in line with other schools, the Titonka Board of Education increased the base pay by $100. All teachers receive increments of from S50-$100 for each year of additional experience, up to the maximum. Married men receive $200 more than women. Additional salaries are paid those who handle music, dramatics and athletics" and other activities requiring out of school time. At the present lime the salary schedule pfovidefi s&laHes as follows: 2 years of college, from $2800»to a maximum of $3125: 3 years* of college, from $2950 to a maximum of $3325; 4 years of college, from $3350 to a maximum of $3875: 5 years of college, from $3550 to a maximum of $4150. Husband Of Burt Girl Promoted Landsluhl, Get many — Thomas D.' Lai-serf Jr., whose wife, Evelyn, lives in Burt, Iowa, recently was promoted to specialist second class at Land.stuhl, Germany. Specialist Larsen, chief clerk in the 46£h Surgical Hospital, entered the Army in December, 1953 and completed basic training at Camp Chaffee, Ark. His parents live on Batesville Route, Mountain View, Ark. Two states, Ohio and Utah, require school attendance through the 12th year. FIRST with the MOST! MARK $5E mere Electric WOLVERINE BOATS, TRAILERS AND ACCESSORIES. ALSO SOME USED OUTBOARDS AND BOAT TRAILERS - AT YOUR MERCURY DEALER. 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