The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 24, 1950 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, January 24, 1950
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2-Aigong Upp»r DM Meimn fbttday, January 24, 1950 Scale Model Of Trinity Lutheran Made Of Sugar Built to scale <mt of 30 pounds of filgar Is this miniature of the new Trinity Lutheran CliUrch in Algdila. Over 50 hours of work went into the construction of this replica made at the Algona Baking Co. by Clyde Knight. Examining the church with Knight (left) is Ralph Dieckman. (Upper Des Moines Fotoflash). All sugar and a yard long . . . and you can eat every bit of it. The scale model of the new Trinity Lutheran church of Algona pictured here was made by Clyde Knight, baker at the Algona Baking Company. Presented to the church for its New Year's service, the miniature will be moved to the new church when it is completed. W To Foot Built to scale of Mi-inch to a foot, the model is 36 inches long, 19 inches high at the cross and 18 inches wide. It is made entirely of sugar, 20 pounds of it, water,and a hardening agent. ' . Work b«0an Ihe first w*k of December, wiih Knight using ihe saine Mt of blaeprial* . 10-DAY FREE TRIAL IN YOUR OW1« HOME Iron rile AUTOMATIC Find oat how Irovite can end hand-ironing drudgery, MVC yon time, help ufefoard yoor health and appearance. Try an Iroorile in your home (or 16 dayi — uilhoul charge. Dittorer bow Ironrite'i fico completely utakl* open tndi let 700 iron uvfthing in the wa«Vi bailel. Call us today for detail* CRILLY APPLIANCES Algona Phone 399 uMd in constructing the actual church. "Our biggest problem was reducing the blueprints down to the scale size," Knight said. "When this was done, I cut cardboard patterns to work from." Start At Top Unlike most construction work, this job 'had to start at the top and work down. A rough framework wa« constructed, made of sugar and .water with a hardening agent . . . still edible. * Roofing material was rolled out to the thickness of pie crust and allowed to harden. It was colored to match the red roof of the church. Grooves were made to simulate sections of the roof. Bricklayer "Brick-laying" was the next phase of construction. Each brick Sad to be formed, then put into position, one by one. Windows, door frames and other decorations were put on with a cake decorator. The cross was made of the sugar-water solution and placed in position last Trees, gr«»» and sidewalk* are all of this same colution. with realistic coloring added. "It took over 50 hours to do the church." Knight explained. T>Ut I couldn't work for more than three hours at a time. It is too hard on the nerves." '» Cars Make Real Hit With 36 Licensed The advent of 1950 model automobiles has resulted in a sharp rise in new car and truck licenses issued in Kossuth county in the past 10 days. Thirty-six new registrations were made, and are listed below: Plymouth* — Wm. Bauman, Ledyard: H. M. Dyer, Ledyard; C. B. Elsenbast, West Bend; Carl H. Goetsch, LuVerne: H. S. Nims, LuVerne: E. J. Stelpflug, Swea ' Citv: Sylvester Wagner, Bode. Chrysler — R. O. Bjustrom, Algona. CheTToleis — Arvid E. Christ, Lakota; Kenneth Cook, Burt; Elmer Engelbarts. Elrhore, car and truck: D. A. Fraser and son, Burt; Everett Householder, Lone Rocft, truck; Raymond A. Johnson. Ledyard; Frank Knutzen, Algoha; Root Hardware. Wesley; J. H. Welp, Bancroft, truck; Wm. Zimmerman. Algona. Btficks — M. E. Clement, Algona; Frank Manwarreh, Armstrong; Clarence Morrall, Algona; C. W. Nicoulin, Algona. Fordi — Elmer E. Cook, Algona, pickup; J. G. Grottem, Algona; Harold Herzog, Ledyard; Raymond Lovstad, Burt; Lavon Madden, Fenton; H. W. Zeimet, Swea City. DeSoios — G. W. Johnson, Swea City; Roland Lenz, Lu Verne: Arlo Ranney, Fenton. PonHac — Firman Kelly, Ledyard. International Truck — Ezra Kesler, Armstrong. Dodge — Orville Kressin, Lone Rock. Oldimobile — Louis Wehrspan, Whittemore. Milking Clinic Planned F«b. 15 A Better Milking Clinic, will be held in Algonft on Feb. 15, A. L Brown, county extension director, announced this week. The Clinic, a traveling Iowa State College extension 1 service show, is making its second Winter tour. Last winter 37 clinics were attended by 13,000 people. At the clinic, which runs 10 a. m. to 3:30 \,. m., farmers will hear talks and see demonstrations by extension specialists on the latest methods of £cO- nomieally producing high quality milk and controlling mastitis. No talks or demonstrations will Be repeated. Milking machines and separator companies, which are cov operating with the college, also hold demonstrations oh the proper care, adjustments, and operation of their machines. About half the program time will be made up of talks and demonstrations, and half fpr personal interviews. Time for HOSPITALS ST. HOSPITAL personal talks with college and iiv/ , dairy equipment representatives Sylvester will be provided before and after D p n dector put into place, two light bulbs were R ut inside, so it is possible to ght the church, giving it the appearance of reality. Unless the church U dropped or bumped, U -will last indefinitely. Similar models, made fir* years ago. are still in good shape. A little dusting is all that is needed to keep it presentable. The miniature was presented to the church by the Algpna Baking Company in appreciation for the congregation's efforts in bringing to Alfiona a fine new church. Ringsted Gets A New Physician Ringsted's efforts to obtain a resident physician hare succeeded. A Dr. Croaley of Iowa Falls, whose wife U a sister of the Swea City coach, expects to open bis practice in Ringsied oa Feb. 1. He has two children, and was until recently in the army medical corps. Ringsted made this possible by organising a building company. and erecting a building which the new doctor will use as his office. Message to Farmers: Grass Seed Promises to be SCARCE This Season WE HAVE EVERYTHING A Word to the Wise, ORDER NOW •White Sweet Clover •Red Clover •Alfalfa •Southern Brome •Yellow Swt. Clover •Huban Clover •Alsike •Northern Brome •Toothy Algona Hour & Feed So. Phillip* St. Phone 257 Fined $100 Each For illegal Fish Three Burt men were fined MOO each, on charges of violating the state fish and game laws. Each was charged with illegal fishing . Fined were Earl W. Meier, Clayton C. Schroeder and Raymond Eimers. J. B. Johnston- local justice, imposed the fines. Complaint was filed against the trio by Wendell Simonson, state conservation officer. Traffic cases heard in Johnston's court broughr a double fine to Robt. A. Pink of Omaha, $5 on each count. He was charged with failure to control his vehicle and speeding, in a complaint filed by state patrolmen. Clarence Behrends, Lone Rock, was fined $15 and costs fpr having an assembled gun in his car, in another state conservation case. Robert jCunninehatn, Rodman, was fined $2.50 ana costs for excessive speed in a tog. In the court of Mayor B. P. Richardson, Bernard Yeoman of Algona was bound over to the district court on a charge of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated. He was arrested by Algona city police, Jan. 20. Bonu was set at $750. Sherman P. Guider, Rock Falls, 111., was fined .425 and costs by the mayor on a charge of improper driving. Dies In Motor Crash In West LuVerne — Word of the death of Mrs. Donald Scribner in an auto accident on the west coast was received here last week. Burial of the deceased will be in Illinois. Mrs. Josephine Scribner, mother of Donald, is employed in Algona at the S. & L. store, and plans to attend the funeral. Donald, or "Mike", as everyone called him, was a graduate of LuVerne high, served in the navy for 20 years, and is still in service. He was reported as seriously injured. Two sisters of Donald are married and live in Algona. Rippentrop Son Out Of Hospital Lakcta — Mr. arid Mrs. Carl Rippentrop drove to Des Moines last week, Wednesday, and brought ho/Tie their son, Roger, from Blank Memorial hospital, where he has been a polio patient for several months. He has now been dismissed from the hospital and la recovering nicely. KEEPS YOU WARM THRU EVERY STORM WITH A HEAT THAT'S UNIFORM / dr HEAT Ordering our coal is more than just ordering heat—it's driving winter away from your home. the morning program. Bulletins will be available free of charge at the meeting. Local committee in charge of making arrangements for the Better Milking Clinic are Lyle Rodd, Algona Chamber of Commerce Secretary; Geo. Sefrit, Vocational Ag. Instructor: Dennis Wilhelm, Quality bairy Supervisor: John Burton, Youth Assistant; Lyle Collogan, Farm Bureau Fieldman; and A. L. Brown. Accident Victims Are Recuperating The condition of the three persons injured seriously enough to require hospitalization, last week, after an automooile collision north of Wesley, were reported making a fairly good recovery, Donald E. Bentele, Harringa and her daughter Shirley. They had been taken to Park hospital, Mason this week. They are Mrs. John City. Thomas Macumber, 7, youth whose sled ran into a taxi here last week, was also reported as recuperating from the effects of the mishap. VlsitingHours 2 to * — 1 to 8:30 Jan. 4 — Joseph T. Williams. Bancroft, medical; Kenneth O. Hammerstrom, Burt, appendectomy; Phyllis Humphrey, Algona. medical. Jan. 5 — Mrs. Arnold Lallier, Algona, boy, 7 lb., 7 or,: Mrs, Mary Uhlenhake, Whitteroor*. medical. Jan. 6 — Mrs. George Cook. Algona, girl, 6 lb., 12 oz.; Mrs. J. S. Devine, Whittemore, medical; Adele Haag, West Bend, ton- 1 sillectomy; Gerald Haag, Whittemore, t. & a.; Mrs. Harvey Mergen, Whittemore, boy, 8 lb.. 8 OT. 0. L. Schoenfeld, Algona, medical. Jan 7 — David Long. Algona. :onsillectomy; Marleen Loeback. Whittemore, surgery: Jane Vaske, Bancroft, medical; Vincent Wilson, appendectomy. Jan. 9 — Mrs. Vincent Seiler. Algona, girl, 6 lb., 2 oz.: Ted Abbas,, Bancroft, accident: Lois 'can Hoch, Rodman, medical: Sylvester Van Hove. Titonka, appendectomy; Mrs. Kathleen Farrell, Whittemore, surgery- ,^ Jan. 10 — Mrs. Robert Walker. West Bend, observation; Mrs. Leon Martin, Algona, girl,, 8 lb., 8 oz.; Mrs. William Hellman, BUM; Mrs. Lucy Herberts, Algona, medical; Mrs. William Heller, Algona, surgical. Jan. 11 — Mrs. J. F. McGovem. Fenton, medical. Jan. 12 — Wesley Jansen, Whit- temdre, medical; Henry Lauck. West Bend, appendectomy; Mrs. Elffena Baas, Algona, medical. Jan. 13 — J. F. McGovem, Fenton, medical; Mrs. Henry Eng- stmom, Wesley, medical; Mrs. William Hellman, Burt, boy, 6 lb., 14 Oz. Jan. 14 — Sister Marie Estelle. Algona. medical; Sister Mary Rose, Whittemore, surgical; Thos. Frank Macumber, Algona, accident; Sam Kuhn, Algona, medical. Jan. IS — Mrs. Marie Schmeling, surgery; Mrs. Kenneth Dillon, boy, 7 lb. Elead Wagner, Algona, appendectomy; Mrs. Charles Casey, Algona, observation; Mrs. Robert Krause, Fenton, boy,, 8 lb.. 13 oz. Jan. 16 — Harry Chee Wong, Algona, medical, expired; Mrs. Clara Baltz, Bancroft, medical; Datfd WUhtJefct, Ml*. Left* Awe* IT — M& Res* Jftfeen, flv«k, t»r * Jbft, 4 4 ft*. , Q*TO! varii roedital; Fr«8 W, s**mi Banrnitt, 5*'; pendw-tomy; na, jwAjrs Jan. It — -*• Mrs. Kdythe ttfcka, Mr* Srviri . rs. Ctrl Feye," l&wndectomy. OSTEOPATH CLINK* CM. Sfe Jftry and Duane Webb, Alston a. tansilectomtes; Mrs, *yw Strayw, Alipna, girl, « et. 8 ««„ Patricia Sue. DM. tfc P*»l Voifit and daughter, JTwdy. F*ntt>n, tonstlectomies. 30s Darthy, Wilsey, Britt, tonsl|§ctomies. Silly, Ronnie ctomies. StaWff, Algona, totteilgiSflfey. . Jfcn. 3: Lbyill CHngerich, Titonka, minor surftof. . Jan; 19 -^ Mrs. Harold Reddel, LuVermgirl, 81bs. 8fl*.. /•i. » — Mrs. Bernard Haupt- mah, ^n«y»oy, 6 Ibs. « t)z. Jan. SO — MH. Milton Detttnan, Algoha,,gifl, fibs. 12 oz. Jan. if "=- MM. Hefery Grem- mef, W*sie# boy, B IbS. 12 oz. ALGONA Church GUIDE SUNDAY, JANUARY 29 ST. CECELIA'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Father P. P. Gearen, Pastor Father Leo Kelm, Assistant Mass at 7:30 a.m.. 9:00 a.m. 10 and 11 a.m., with children's choir. On Holy Days at 6, 7, 8 and 9 a.m. TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Luther Loesch, Pastor Sunday School, 9 a.rn. Divine Worship, 10 a.rn. Sermon: "The Still Small Voice." FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. R. F. Kittrell, Pastor Sunday School, B a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m., guest pastor. Evening worship, 8 p.m. the pastor will speak. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. E. Benzon, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m., Sermon Topic: "Why Believers Are Resolved Not To Go Away From Christ." NAZARENE CHURCH li-iv. L. E. Page, Pastor Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 10 a.m. Evening worship, 7:30 p.m. Prayer meeting, Wed., eve. 7:30 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Gilbert Kuyper, Pastor Morning Worship 11 A.M. Sermon for Youth Sunday with guest speaker, Mr. Keith Strayer — l! God Designs — Youth Builds." Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. 7:30 p.m.. Youth Fellowship. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. O. W. Brand, Pastor Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Senior High Youth Fellowship at 7 p.m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. Gerald Hallauer, Pastor Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE Rev. H. Van Duyn, Pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sermon Topic: "A Know-so Gospel." 8 p.m., Evangelistic Service: Topic: "Ariae and Go." ST. THOMAS EPISCOPAL Wm. Tjaden & Glenn J. Shore Lay Leaders' Morning Prayer, 10 a.m. Attend tha Cburcb Of Y«ur Faltb Next Sunday Thi* Church Calendar Published W««k|y in TbU N»w»paper Through The C«vrtt»y of JOSEPH WEIDENHOFF, IDC. Jen. 19 — Mrs. JWbert West Bead. bey, * 1%». 3$ William rsk3r Sasn KuhTt, Alfrottfc. W. Lushy, Atom*, m Jan. W — Mrs. C. S. !Sr1#ft<ter.. E. line Zentner, ATfrwna, tainy. Jan. tl — Michael IStsl, Whit- tenxvre. nwzilJFsl: Mrs. S3i«»>w*>i Murray, Bancroft, Trwditttft.: Mrs. Duane Anend. Algrtnfc. Jan. tS — Mrs. Arthur Flattie, i Bode, boj-, $ Has, 3 07,- Mrs. Airoe. Ot*osen, Free Wedding Dance Herbert Weydert-Bette Wallukait Tuesday, Jan. 24 Plantation Ballroom Whittemore, Iowa SPECIAL CHICKS SPECIALWlCES Early LOW Prices on all chicks. Extended to include March 14th. 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