The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1956 · Page 35
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4-Algono (la.) Upper Oes Moinei Tuesday, May S, 1956 SPEAKING: A Gift Of Distinction On Mother's Day ISAM ELECTRICAL GIFT An electrical gift is a gift of distinction for Mother. It lasts. It's handsome. And it's warmly appreciated. It can be big or small. There's a wiSe selection at your dealer's — from electric coffee makers to electric ranges, from electric dryers to home freezers. Make your gift lo Mom next Sunday an electrical gift — a gift of distinction. Algona Municipal Utilities Phone 47 or 63 — Algona, Iowa Even When The Weather's Dry . . IT PAYS TO ~A«*iL~ .(»».•'. ' r**nr+~r~. . ,.•••);«. FERTILIZE! This is a "dry" spring — and many farmers are delaying their fertilizer program this year "until wo get rain." THIS IS A MISTAKE I Fertilizer applied NOW is your best hedge against loss in yield during a dry growing season — regardless of whether or not you have moisture at this time. Actual records prove it. Here are the Facts: In 1955, a test at Iowa Stale College showed the following results; Corn (no fertilizer) 43.8 bu. per acre Corn (40 Ibs. Nitrogen) 73.8 bu. per acre Corn (80 Ibs. Nitrogen) 83.9 bu. per acre In 1953, 'also a dry year, farmers who fertilized were able to get 60-bushel yields. Farmers who did not fertilize often had to settle for as little as 20 bushels per acre. CUT YOUR FERTILIZER COSTS ! Buy From Your Eagle Grove Plant! Your co-op, and the Consumers Cooperative Association fertilizer plant in Eagle Grove can supply you with the Mixed Fertilizer of the right formulation for your requirements. Buy through your co-op and get the important savings through patronage refunds that cut your costs and "ecse the squeeze." For Information About Fertilizer See Your Co-op or Call or Come In CONSUMERS COOPERATIVE ASSOCIATION FigTiuzEB PLANT EAGLE GROVE, IOWA Wesley Junior, Senior Prom Held May I Wesley — The minimi Junior- Senior banquet was held Tuesday evening. May 1 in the St. Joseph parish hall with a "Circus 1'heme." The meal was prepared by mothers of the Juniors and served by four sophomores in circus costumes. They were Bill Rockwood, Jim Reismg, Marilyn Harr and Jean Price. Marilys Goetz was ring master; and the program was "Inside the Sage" by Kormit Sluricr; Circus limes by girls sextet. Clowns for fun. Mary Lou Hanig and Earl Goetz; Under the Big Top by Rof-alie Roiling and Mary Cruise: Pulling the Stakes by Supt Chas. Mulhn. The Senior Class officers are Kennit Studer. president; Craig Loebig. vice president; Paul Froehlich. secretary and Helen Kleinpeter, sponsors. Other members arc Janice Vitzthum, Charlotte Wise, Jo Anne Hollis- tcr, Mary Cruise. Mary Olson, Julia Raney, Ellen Root. Joan Kay Studer, Ida Mae Kutchara, Dick Robinson, William Hanig, Marva Nygaard Reising.- Junior Class officers are Marlys Goetz, president; Grace Goetx, vice president; Patsy Becker, secretary; Mary Mullin, sponsor. Others are Sharlene Downs, Joan Krieps, Earl Goetz, Tom Root, Bob Becker, William Erclman, Mary Lou Hanig, Beverly Penning, Kay Goetz, Billy Hrice, Edward Otis and Sharlene Martin. They all attended the Prom in the school gym after the banquet. Music was furnished by trie Bobby Griggs orchestra of Muson City. Sharon Harr, Carrie Engen, and Rosalee Going To Boys Stale At the meeting of the American Legion Tuesday evening Karl Goetz was chosen to attend Hoys State in June. He is a son of Mr and Mrs Philip Goetz and a Junior in the public school. He is also the eit'icient part time assistant in the Walker grocery store and a news boy. Auxiliary Meeting The American Legion Auxiliary met Thursday evening, May 3 with Eclna h'lom, president, presiding. Tney voted to give one dollar to the Salvation Army drive. Mrs Flom appointed Myrtle Lease, Rosane /Vine and Minnie Studer on the nominating committee. The annual electiorv^JDes wilt'"bo .held at the June 7ch meeting. Mary Rockwood and Viola btuder wil be hostesses at that meeting. The attendance prize was won by Lorraine GoeVz. Following the business meeting court whisi was played. Rita and Helen Youngwirth served a lunch. Win Singing Honors Paul hd Pfeffer. younger son of Dr. and Mrs L. L. Pfetter and Douglas Downs, only son of Mr and Mrs Ed Downs were among winners at the "Pathway to Fame" contest held in the High school at Algona Tuesday evening, May 1. Paul and Douglas appeared ovi^v KQiV, tori Dodge Saturday evening at 7:30. I'hey sang. Mrs Downs was their accompanist. Paui is an 8th grader in St. Joseph's Parochial school and Douglas is a treshman in t he- public school. C.D.A. Election Held The C. D. A. met Wednesday evening, May 2. Mary Bode, Grand Kegem, attended the State convention in Iowa City over the weekend. The election of officers was held. Maud Studer was elected Grand Regent; Minnie Bleich, Vive Regent; Rosemary Dorn- bie; 1 re-elected Prophetess; Genevieve Goetx., Financial Secretary; Maijorie Becker, Historian; Am: Ricntsmeier, Treasurer; Rita Yc/ungwirth, Monitor; Mary Joyce llaveriy, re-elected Sentinel; Francis Weber, Lecturer; Josie Gouge, Organist; Helen Young- wirtli was elected a trustee ui complete the term of Gcne- anniversary. Mrs Lizzie Goetz was a patient in the Britt hospital several days lasf week. Mr and Mrs R. C. Bauer were honored on their 36th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 29, at a turkey dinner at the home of their daughter, Mrs George Wellik in Britt. Also present were Bill Bauer and Mr and Mrs John Bauer and family all of Wesley. Bernard Erdman of Cedar Rapids has been at the parental Paul Erdman home and at the Alfred Erdman home lately. He is salesman for a school supply Co. and is working towns In tnis area. He visited his brother Lowell at Decorah Thursday. Mr and Mrs Albert Lickieig and Mr and Mrs Vincent Eisenbacher went to Sumner Friday morning to attend the tirst mass ot the women's cousin Robert Smith who was ordained Thursday. The Milwaukee depot is beirig repaired and redecorated. The east freight room is being removed and an oil heating system installed. Otto Henderson is station agent. Bob Little of Clear Lake has organized a class in accordion music and gives lessons in the Methodist church. Earl Robinson plans to reenlist in the air force soon. He is employed at the Formers Co- Operative Creamery Co. Mr and Mrs Luther Nygaard and Mr and Mrs Charles Nygaard, Mr and Mrs George Det- tnering, Gordon Gicldings and Theron Hansen went to Minneapolis, Minn., May 2 to attend general conference of the Methodist leaders. Mr and Mrs Howard Walker of Dexter and his mother, Mrs Alice Walker spent Sunday, Apr. 29 with his sister, Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen and her husband. Mrs Walker remained for several weeks visit in the Hemmingsen home. Wesley Township Farm Bureau met Tuesday May i in the Center school. Thirty-five attended. The lesson on recreation and hobbies was given by four men. Cliff Carlson was chairman. Wm Dau, Algona, showed fishing films taken in Cuba and Florida. Ivan Johnson showed leather working tools and products. Lester Blain showed his unusual stamp collection and gave a talk. Rev. F. A. Webb was called to Cleveland, Ohio, Tuesday, May 1 Dy the serious illness 01 a sister, Mrs Rosetta Atkinson, who had suffered a stroke and was hospitalized. S/Sgt. Robert Genung, on Marine maneuvers in Puerto Rico for three months, was promoted recently to an office job in Washington, D. C. He was flown home. After a 30-day furlough hc- and his wife, the former Snirley Hansen and two children will move to Washington. Mr and Mrs Ciair Robinson ol .MiSines spent several days In Wie&Tey over the weekend. The 20, 8th graders of the Parochial school will receive then diplomas Sunday morning, May 20, after at the 7:30 mass. The 10, 8th graders of the public school win receive their diplomas on Wednesday evening, May 16. Erwin Haynes, employed on Construction work at Boone was taken suddenly ill and had surgery March 25 in the Boonc County hospital for hernia. His sister, Mrs Ed Farnum R.N. ot Shcnandoah wus with him two days. Mr and Mrs Willi Martinek were called to Hartley Monday, April 30 by the death of her aunt Mrs Elloisc Schmoll. Several members of the local I.O.O.F. lodge attended the 137th anniversary at P. M. Park, Clear Lake, Sunday, May 6. They presented a musical number on the evening program. Mr and Mrs John Paulson and family attended a family dinner party Sunday, April 29 in the Maurice Swan home in Britt, Lix./.ie Hildman were re-elected vieve doi-tx, and and Josie Licktei; trustee. Installation will take place the first meeting in June. at Mrs Bridget! Smith and family spent the weekend at Gillette urnve with their daughter and sister. Mrs Joe Kelley and family. 11 den Smith attended the urake relays in Des Monies over i he Ann! -D weekend. "Mr am! Mrs Frank Bentele and Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly spent Monday in Fairmont, Minn. Mr ami Mrs Lon Gouge attended the wedding of their nephew, Elmer Young, son of Rudy Young and Bonnie Iverson at the Catholic church in Garner Tuesday mui'iung. They also attended the wedding dunce at Duncan that niyiit. Wilfred Loebig has appeared on the third quarter honor roll at Loi as College. Dubuque's men's scli'iul. He is a sophomore student ut the college. He is oldest son of Mr and Mrs Wilfred Loe- biri- Mr ;md Mr., Walter Pfeffer and two sun.-. Bruce and Paul were Sunday, April 2U callers at the Ray Muller home. Supper guests at tiie Muller home were Mr and M.-.s Carl Lu-.iwig and Durlenc Green ol Wesley. Mr aiid Mrs Clarence Nelson Liitertained a group of triends at .-' dinner (rirty Tin.-sd.-iy i veniui; .a i: 1 -. 1 !'.': oi li.'.'J. i.Jtli wi ildini; Make Sure Your Hail Insurance Policy Has A.F.A. • Stuti farm Guarantors A<tual fair 4d/wifmtnf • F/r«/ Lightning Coverage Included of Wo fxfroCosff You don't have to wait for your money when you have Stats Farm Hail Iruurance. You get your check right when your Actual Fair Adjustment it made ,.. and State Farm has an excellent lost paying record. Your choice of percentage or buihel protection for crops on your farm plus Fire and Lightning coverage on your growing cropi until they are at the storage site —even while in traniit from tha field. Find out how little State Farm Hail Insurance costs. Call today ... there is no obligation —and you may save money. ft Poyifo Knew Yow STATIFARMAe.nl Harold C, Sundet 300 E. Elm St. Phone 841 ALGONA, IOWA which honored Philip Swan's 17th birthday. Mr and Mrs E. N. Kalophlastos and family were April 29 weekend guests at the parental, George Vitzthum home. Other Sunday guests were Mr and Mrs Tom Vitzthum of Laurens. Mrs Harold Eischen and Mrs. Loo Goetz were servers at the meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society Wednesday afternoon. The next meeting will be cm Wednesday afternoon, May 23. Gary Lyons of St. Paul visited his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ed Hildrnan Wednesday. He had visited the George Scuffhams and the Hubert Kains at Algona. He was recently dis- ciiarged from army service. Mr and Mrs Kain were Wednesday dinner guests at the parental Ed Hildman home. Portland Club Picnic Set Portland — The Four Corner Social Club of Portland met last Tuesday afternoon at the homp of Mrs Earl Zwicfel with Mrs W. J. Stewart assisting hostess. About ten members answered roll call and one guest, Mrs Jessie Jain. It was decided that the club would have its annual picnic, Tuesday evening, June 5th at the Portland Community. Hall, each bringing a hot covered dish and dessert. There will be no meetings in July and August. The September meeting will be at the home of Mrs Donald Ringsdorf with Mrs Victor Fitch assistant hostess. chells were dinner guests at the Larsen home. Mr and Mrs Mitchell and son left for home Sunday mprning. Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Kenneth and Mr and Mrs Harold Becker visited Sunday afternoon at the Bill Trenary home Mrs Franz Teeter, Mrs Edmund Larsen, Mrs Ray Filch and Mrs Victor Fitch, all of Portland, attended the Mother's Day Tea at the Doan Methodist Church Friday afternoon, May 4. Mrs Ray Fitch went to Algona ^Wednesday morning where she met her daughter, "Hazel", Mrs Jesse Schmidt of Rulhven, -Mrs Mae Raney of Algona, also accompanied them to LuVerne where they visited another daughter "Myrtle", Mrs Forbus Stiltz and in the afternoon they all went to visit "Florence" Mr and Mrs Tom Trenary and Ray Smith of Wesley attended the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Henry Miller of Grnettinger. a week ago Sunday. Mrs Miller is a cousin of Mrs Trenary and Mr Smith. Circle A 'of the Presbyterian Church of Burl met Wednesday afternoon, May 2, at the home of Mrs Victor Fitch. Mrs Cora Stow of Burl spent Thursday at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen and Beverly were Friday supper guests at the Otto Harlan home. Other guests were the Quintin Bjustroms, Aric Dittmers and guests of honor. Mr and Mrs Lester Mitchell and son Norman of Chicago. Saturday the Harlans, Bjustroms, Dittmers and Mit- PUBLIC SALE OF 320 ACRE FARM EMU ANDERSON ESTATE Saturday, May 19, '56 2:00 P.M. The improved 320 acre farm located 1 mi. North and 4Vi mi. East of LuVerne, Iowa, described as follows: The West Half (WH) of Section Twenty-six (26), Range 27, being in LuVerne Township, Kossuth County, Iowa. will be sold as a half section of 320 acres (more or less) or as separate quarters of 160 acres each (more or less) to the highest bidders at the premises commencing at 2:00 o'clock P.M., Saturday, May 19, 1956. This farm is of good Webster soil, all tillable. Well-tiled. Woven wire fence. This can be considered one of the belter improved farm properties in this area. • Buildings include nine (9) room house, completely modern including hot water. Also, lenant house completely modern, 4 rooms. Both houses have new furnaces. Farm buildings include 60 x 72 ft. barn, 110 feet caille shed, 110 x 22 ft. cement feeding floor, 40 x 24 ft. corn crib, hog house with 40 feet concrete feeding floor. Also chicken house, granary and double garage. Complete water system on place. This farm will be sold as 320 acre unit, or as two separate 160 acre units, and bids will be laken on a per acre basis, and the amounts bid times acres involved will determine the total bids, and the farm will not be subject to survey. Possession will be furnished on July 2, 1956. TERMS OF SALE: 20% down on day of sale and balance on July 2 ,1956, after Abstract or Abstracts showing merchantable title are furnished and Deed or Deeds ready for delivery, depending on how farm is sold. Purchaser will be asked to enter into formal conlracl, containing usual covenants, on date of sale. ORVILLE ANDERSON, MRS. ARTHUR CARLSON, MRS. GEO. WOLF, MRS. ELMER KUBtY G. D. SHUMWAYii their Attorney — Clerk YUNGEBERG & QUINN — Auctioneers Extras! 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