The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 1, 1956 · Page 29
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 1, 1956
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2-Algeno (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, May 1, 1956 LONE ROCK NEWS By Mrs Clarence Kraft N«w Son For Persons Mr and Mrs Art Person are the proud parents of a son Dale Arthur born Tuesday, April 17. He weighed seven pounds. They have two other girls. Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Reinhold Person of Swea City called at the Person home. Fenton Homemakers Fenton Township Homemakers met last Friday at the .Gerald Radig home with 17 present. Mrs Ted Jensen and Mrs Sieb Be- hrcnds gave a demonstration on designing and painting trays. Mrs Emma Hurlburt and Mrs Henry Schroeder gave a lesson on controlling householder pests. At Alumni Meeting Mrs W. J. Cotton attended a- MOTOR REPAIRS Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors Available For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Jhone 170 Algeria, la. il luncheon at the Hotel Wahkonsa at ForA Dodge on Wednesday given by Dean Helen LeBaron. head of the home economics department ..of Iowa State college. The meeting was for county alumnae chairmen, of which Mrs Cotton is the representative for Kossuth. Rev. C. E. Nordine, A. A. Krueger and P. M. Christerison attended the Presbytery meeting at Esthervillc, Thursday. Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell of Fenton and Mrs Rose Kraft attended the funeral of a cousin of Mn> Kraft. Richard Nemitz at Canby. Minn. Wednesday. David Johnson who was a patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville, Monday, and Tuesday received surgery and returned home late Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris of Algona, Mr and Mr? Dale Wegener, Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath and Mrs Freelove Weisbrod called Friday evening at the Maurice Weisbrod home to help him celebrate his birthday. Mrs Bernard O'Donnell and Mrs Fred Genrich attended the American Legion Aux-iliary spring conference at Carroll, Sunday. Mrs Clair Bollinger, Mrs Emma Hurlburt, Mrs Owen Berhow and Mrs Henry Schroeder attended the rural women's meeting at the K.C. Hall in Algona Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Ronald Christenson entertained the following guests Saturday afternoon in honor of Jean Beth's third birthday, Mrs A. A. Krueger and Kermit, Mrs E. A. Lee, Susan and Michael, Mrs Millon Madison, Mary Lee and Kent. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebarth wete Sunday evening callers at Ihe Glenn Sabin home in Algbna. Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough •and Steve spent Sunday afternoon at the home of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Henry Scheppman at Irvington. Mrs Richard Dallman, Dixie and Dianne of Algona spent Friday afternoon with Mrs Marlin Bausman. Sunday Mr and Mrs Marlin Bausman and Mr and Mrs Carl Bdistead ami family ol Graettinger visited* at the Dell Marlow home. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger called Sunday afternoon at the Archie Voigt home in Whitte- mor<?. Mr-and Mrs Raymond Uthof and Rodney of Fenton called Sunday evening at the Maurice Weisbrod home. Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrouglv were guests Sunday afternoon in Elmore, Minn, at the J. A. Wells home. Mr and Mrs Henry. Tieman oi Fenton were Saturday dinnei guests at the Frank Dreyer home. Saturd'ay evening Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt called at the Dreyer MAY is BEEF MONTH! 74r"^7.^n7 -?y * - ':f 4 -f" > f ? » Kossuth County, Iowa, Beef Ass'n THIS FLOOR PAINT LASTS TWICE AS LONG! THE ONLY PAINT WITH NATURAL RUBBER! If you have a floor surfacing problem, you'll wane to hear the (omplttt story of FLORPLY, the sensational new floor pairu paade with natural rubber. RORPLY is not "latex" of "tub|?«f base"» k's nal, live rubber! It's a produce of.,, PIT THf WHQ4f SJQ&Y AT,,. KELLEY LUMBER CO ALGONA — SEXTON — OTTOSEN BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR BUST THOMPSON YARDS BANCROFT i home. Mr and Mrs .Edwin Wichlen- dahl and family spent Sunday evening at the Gerald Spfong home at Rodman. Mr and Mrs John M\mch and son Jack of Fenton were dinner guests Sunday at the Milton Madison home. Mr and Mrs Gerald Weiner and family of Burl spent Sunday evening at the Henry Schroedei home. Rav. and Mrs C. E. Nordine, Marlene and Muriel'spent Friday afternoon and evening with his mother. Mrs Matilda Nordine at Albert City helping her celebrate her 80th birthday. Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen and Jerry left Friday to spent the weekend at the home ol Mrs H W. Jensen at Hackensack, Minn Mr and Mrs W. C. Heerdt ol Burl were last Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Flaig home Mrs Amanda Pettit, Bernard. Evelyn Earing and Mrs Ethei McChesney called on Mr and Mrs Carl Priebe at Fenton last Monday evening. They also visited with Mrs Bessie Hartman. Mr and Mrs Gerald Hutchinson. Steve and David of Waltham, Minn, visited Tuesday at the Geo Kissner home. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris and Mrs Louise Godden visited Miss Ruth Krueger who is a patient at the University hospital in Iow« City. Miss Krueger received surgery Thursday morning, and it- doing very nicely, Mrs Frank Flaig entertained the following ladies at a coffee Saturday afternoon: Mrs David Beck, Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs E. M. Jensen, Mrs W. J. Flaig, Mrs Maude Blanchard and Mrs Ruth Krueger. Mr and Mrs Roger Walker and family were supper guests Wed nesclay evening ,at the Charles Slaudt home. Dixie Dallman of Algona visited from Monday till Thursday -at the Marlin Bausman hbme. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Di timer and girls were dinner guests Sunday at th^ Clarence Seimer home at Irvington. Mr and - Mrs Bernard Miller and boys called Sunday evening at the Dale Schroeder home. Diane Hovey, student nurse at Marshalltown, spent the weekend with her parents the Arden Hoveys. Sunday dinner guests there were Mr and Mrs Glenn Teeter and daughter of Burl and Wayne Murrier. The American Legion Auxiliary will, meet May 2 with the following hostesses: Viola Marlow, Marilyn Thompson, Emma Saxton and Ellen Holmgren. Mr and Mrs Leslie Johnson, Sue Ann and Mark were Sunday guests at the Vernon Johnson home near Armstrong. Max Flaig, USN, son of Mr and Mrs W. G. Flaig, arrived home Saturday for a week leave. Max is stationed at Washington, D.'C. Mr and Mrs Hadan-Blanchard and Jonathan, Mrs Woodrow Pettil visited Patty Blanchard at Woodward Siifidav. Patty was celebrating her 20th birthday. ..', Mr and MrsvDflVe Hihes, Mr and Mrs Harvey Mines of Toledo, la. spent Sunday at the Lee Rainus home. Mr and Mrs Pefvy Lowrnan of Sexton called iri thft afternoon. Friday Mr and Mrs Ernest Jensen and Mrs Dave' Weber accompanied Mrs Lfeij Ramus to the school concert a( Fenton. Mr and Mrs Jess Marlow and Mike of Bancroft, Mrs Naomid Marlow and Pete Marlow spent Sunday at the Pat Marlow home at Laroy, Minn. . ( Mr and Mrs John Geitzenauer of Fenton were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the;Law* rence Geitzenauer home. Mr and Mrs Ed George -and daughter) Mardell of Estherville %\Vere alsfj supper guests there. $ Mr and Mrs Walter Thompsori visited Wednesday at the Harry Hobson home at Clarion in the evening they called at the Leo Sankey home at Britt. ' Mr and Mrs I. W. Nelson of Algona arid her mother, Mrs Cora Bacon were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomson. Ruth Zumach, registered nurse, at Methodist hospital at Sioutf City, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Art Zumach; Mr and Mrs Albert ShasOr'call* eft Sunday afternoon at the Junior Hurlburt home. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer were Sunday dinner guests at tht* Roy Telford home in Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedl entertained the following to dinner Sunday evening in honor of their daughter Cheryl's first birthday and Katherine's 7ths Mr and Mrs Joe Kemna and Keny neth of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Robert Mitchell and family, Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Biersteclt, Mrs Ed Kressin and Oilvin all of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Merlyn Bauman and family of Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Emil Person and Mr and Mrs Floyd Duncan of Fenton attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Heinie Miller, Sunday afteuloon at Graettinger. The women are cousins. -^-. ' Mrs Carl Gates and daughter Helen of Algona spent Sunday afternoon at the P. M. Christenson home. Miss Veronica Rotterman oL Chicago, 111., Mrs W. M. Rotterman of Elmore visited Thursday, at the Owen Berhow home. Sunday callers were Bill Keller and Nick Keller of Bancroft and Heinze Becker. Mrs Mary Schiltz of Bancroft and Mrs Milton Marlow attended a Wagner dinner Sunday at St. Joe at the Sylvester Wagner, home. - • . Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan spent Sunday afternoon at the Dean Meyer home at, Whittemore. • Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards and As one of my policy, holders, I would personally help you if you have an accident near home. Away from home, there are nearly 8,000 agents and claims representatives like myself to give you the same assistance. Harold C. Sundet 300 E. Elm — Phone 841 ALGONA. IOWA AUTO - HAIL - LIFE - FIRE Thanks, folks! We would sincerely like to^hank all you nice people who visited us Friday and Saturday during our big grand opening celebration of our new super-service station. We really enjoyed waiting on you and handing out our bonus gifts. We hope you will like our new bonus stamp plan and come back often. Our aim always is to give our customers the best quality gasoline and oils in the most economical way. SCHUITZ BROS. CUT - RATE Across From Fairgrounds on Highway 169 Ralph, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richards and Billy were Sunday guests at the Raymond Webb home at Humboldt. Mr And Mrs Robert Reidel end family of Bode were callers Sunday evening at the RoiJert Schmidt home. Mr and Mrs Louie Berninghaus and family spent Sunday afternoon at the Edwin Berninghaus home at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchavd and family spent the weekend at Plymouth at the Harry Anderson home. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn spent over the weekend visiting her sisters and families at Ward, S. D. and Pipestone, Minn. Enroule home they called at the Estherville hospital to see Mr Ed Farris and Mrs Win. Fischer. Mr and Mrs Jess Blanchard Jr. and ' family, Mrs Maude Blanchard were guests Sunday at the diet Aline home at Ottosen. Mr and Mrs Fred Iverson and family of Belmond spent Sunday at the parental W. G. Flaig home. Miss Maryln Meyer of Algona was also a guest there. Lost Rites For Otto Nemitz, 74, At Emmetsburg held Thursday afternoon at the Martin Funeral Home and at St. Paul Lutheran church in Em- metsb'urg for Otto Nemitz. Henry Often was the officiating pastor ;md interment was in the Emmetsburg cemetery. Pallbearers were William Smith, Duke Moh- 1m, Tom Berkland, Louie Gunn, Joe McNamarha and John Nolan. Otto C. Nemitz, the son of Mr and Mrs Carl Nemitz was born July 30, 1881 in Bertien, Germany. He was baptized in the Lutheran faith -in the land of his birth during his infancy, and having imigrated to this country in his childhood, lie was confirmed in the Lutheran church at Lotts Creek. In 1906, Mr Nemitz was united in Holy Wedlock to Anna Langerman. This union was bless with two children, a son and a daughter. The family lived for many years' near Whittemore, later moving to Fenton where they resided for 24 years and after this they moved to a farm near Emmetsburg. Mrs Nemitz preceded her husband in. death eleven years ago, and following her death, Mr Nemitz made his home in Emmetsburg. For many years, Mr N,emitz was afflicted with a Cardiac infection, which caused his death at the home of his daughter, on Monday, April 23, at the age of 74 years, 8 months and-23 days. Mr Nemitz' son Clarence passed away five months ago. He is survived by his daughter, Bernice -(Mrs William Brass) of Fenton and one grandchild, Cynthia Brass. Friends and relatives from in and around Fenton attended the funeral. Those from a greater distance attending were Mr and Mrs Raymond Nemitz, Mrs Ross Mathews and Mrs Roy Melby all of Canby, Minn. Add One Faculty Post, Swea City Supl. Edward Stewart of the Swea City Community School District .announced that the faculty for the 1956-57 school year is being signed up. One new position has been created due to the increased enrollment. That is in an additional first grade room. Robert Norrin, who has been teaching at Cornell, in Clay County, has signed a contract to teach high school English, speech and dramatics next year. He replaces Agnes Olson of Bancroft, who filled out the year for Mrs Sara Welp of Bancroft. Miss Olson, one time high school principal at Swea City, was not a candidate for a 1956-57 position. Morris, who received the bachelor of arts degree from Morningside College in Sioux City, taught for one year at Battle Creek before going to Cornell High School for a year, and has two years of exerience in radio' and television work at a Sioux City station. He is married and has a small daughter. It is expected that there will be other vacancies on the Swea City staff, which will be announced after the present staff has indicated its plans. The board of education granted an over-'all increase 'of $200 above schedule salary to all teachers for 1956-57. Change Of Owners In a recent business transaction, Mr and Mrs Frank McFall purchased the home of Mr 'and Mrs Robert Anderson. Mr and Mrs Jess Halvcrson bought the McFall home. The Andersons will move into the home where the Halverson.s are now living The families plan to make the move about May 1st. SENECA NEWS The Seneca Sparklers hold theii April Club meeting at the home of Carol Hanisch Saturday, April 21. Demonstrations were .given by Carol Hanisch and by Sliuron Sullivan. „ A picture memory contest was held. During the business meeting the group voted to give u contribution to the Cancer fund, the Salvation Army and the Student Exchange fund. Mary England was named as delegate to District camp at Clear Lake. Plans we're made for a club toiu and a mother's tea. Barbara England is news reporter. Dick Looft and • three otjier members of the Luther college baseball team, Torn Robinson, Jerry Biersteclt and Barkee were dinner guests at the Henry Lool't home Saturday noon. The Luther baseball team left Dccorah fur Storm Luke Friday afternoon ana spent the night at Spencer. Dm to the bad weather the game was called off so the team returned to Decorah Saturday morning. Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen, Mrs Carrie Jensen, Mr and Mr:Calvin Jensen and family of Armstrong and Mr and Mrs Ail Claussen and Larry oi Swea City spent Sunday at the Maurice Jenson home at Cedar Falls, la. Coming Events Thursday, May 3 — Woman's Society of Christian Service. Fairville Ladir.-. Aid. Tuesday, May !i -- ActiviU Banquel: Fenlun Woman'.-; club TREE A falling tree injured Evert" Bell, ol Tabor, causing linn to be hospitali/cd. Mr Bell was operating a tractor, pushing out trees near Peru. Nebraska and one ot them broke, falling on top of him. Ho received broken ribs and a punctured lung. Only [our jockeys have brought home mure than 3,000 winners. Thev are: Eddie Arcaro. Johnny L'inyrteii, Sir Gordon Itichard.i and Ted Atkinson. DOUBLE March 27 and big days for Mf Larsen, of .near March 27, they parents- for the next day, they parents for the HEADER March 28 were and Mrs Arthur Humboldt. On became grand- first time. The became grand- second lime. Some of the olive trees which were brought to California by the Spaniards in 1769 are still alive. THOMAS FUNERAL'CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us Wjth Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 2 Swea Teachers T6 Now Poit* Gily— two men- teachers from the Swea City Community school have accepted contracts to teach in other schools. Gerald Gr6ischar will go. to Fairmont, where he will teach Industrial Art* in the junior high school. He has taught Industrial Arts here for the past two years. The Greischars moved to Swea City six years ago, where both have taught in the local school. Erling Rasmussen will move to Corydon in August, wherg he will he head basketball c6ach in the Corydon school. He wilt also be assistant to the football doach, and be athletic director. Mr Rasmussen has taught athletics here for the past three .years. EYE Arnold Yoder of Keola nearly lost an eye recently. A spring broke as he tried to stretch it, one piece hitting him in the eye. He was rushed to the hospital at Iowa City. Hardware Meeting The spring /meeting of the Iowa Retail Htt-dware Assn., for this district, Will be held here Tuesday, May 1, at the Johnson House. Hardw&re retailers from a 30-mile radius will attend. Ken Strahorn is in charge of arrangements. FENTON THEATRE Fri. A Sat. May 4 - 5 GARLAND McFALL & RUSCH PLUMBING - HEATING WIRING "We Sell, Install or Service' 1 FURNACES, WEIL SYSTEMS, PLUMBING and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES - BOTTLE GAS SERVICE PHONE 120 or 111 FENTON FENTON BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GENERAL INSURANCE J. WALLACE SMITH Agent WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bu». Phone 3 Res. Phono 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling,, PHONE 125 or 17 ' Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto A Tractor Repairs FENTON, IA. The FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You AT FENTON Iowa Electric Light & Power Go. offers all these Deluxe Features for only weekly offer small down payment • Super Corox Unit gets RED HOT in 20 seconds. • Miracle Sealed Oven for perfect results. • Look-in Door lets you see what's cooking. • Color-Glance Control! offer "dial-any-heat" selection of cooking speeds. • Fully Automatic Cooking with electric clock and timer. 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