The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1950 · Page 13
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February 21,1950 S- Jftome* THIRD SECTION Annual Boy Scout Week Observed I Bancroft Bride and Groom r> »..*? -w 'i 1 * 1 I Mr. and Mrs. James Laubenthal, bride and groom of Jan. 30, arc pictured above. Mrs. Laubenthal prior to her marriage was Rosella Hellman, of Lakota. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Hellman. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Laubenthal of Bancroft. The couple was married in St. John's Catholic church, and will farm northwest of Bancroft after their return from a honeymoon. (Brown Studio Photo). Wm. Goches Of Bancroft Wed 51Yrs.,Feb.T Bancroft — Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goche celebrated their 51st wedding anniversary Tuesday, Feb. 7, with their children all present: Mrs. Screal DeGeeter, Leo, Art, Ed, Walter, and husbands and wives all present. They enjoyed dinner at an Algona cafe. Enters Hospipial Mary Helen Goche, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goche, entered Holy Family hospital, Estherville, for treatment. See Implement Show A large crowd attended the show at the C.O.F. hall Monday evening put on by the International Implement Co. There was also a show at the Croft theater Thursday forenoon for the school children and in the afternoon for the public. This was put on by Albert Deitering, Mmneapolis- Moline dealer. Hugo Fnulstichs HonoredFeb.il, 30th Anniversary Loiti Creek — Mr. and Mrs, Hugo Pawstich entertained their children and families at Tuesday dinner in honor of their 30th wedding anniversary which was Saturday, Feb. 11. Those- attending were Mr. and Mrs. Forest Gilmore and Danny of Whittemore, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wallukait and Jane Lee of Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Theesfield and Susan of Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Victor Faulstjch of here. Mr. and Mrs. Faulstich received a platform rocker from the guests. They also received many cards from relatives and friends. 9 Troops In County Start A New Year Kossuth county's Boy Scout Troops and Cub Packs celebrated Boy Scout Week recently by conducting demonstrations and providing "good turns" in their local communities. Scout- ers from this district held an Anniversary Week" meeting recently under their new .District Chairman, Wes Bartlett, of Algona. Committee chairmen in scouting for the coming year include A, E. Kresensky, organization; Melvin Griffin, advancement; Glen Graham, finance; Harold Fitch, leadership training, and Don Hemmingsen, district commissioner. Following is a list of all Boy Scouts in current good standing in Kossuth county troops: Troop 70. Algona— Phil Anderson, Gerald Youngblood, Jack Norman, Bill Moxley, Alvin Christensen, David Rouze, Donald Zittritsch, Allen Selichnow, Truman Schackleford, Carl McBride and Richard Perry. Explorer Scouts — Robert McConnell, Cameron Shierk and Darrell Barnard. Troop 71, Algona— Calvin Curtis, Leonidas Dermand. Kirk M. Hayes, Don A. Hutchins, Don Lee. Terry McGuire, Daryl Reed, Calvin Tschetter, Charles Jorinson, Darrell Ludwig, Warren Uriggs, David Long, Jim Bunkofske, Don Cook, John Hardgrove, Jim McMahon, Phillip Miller, Bill Fain, Robert Jensen. Troop 73, Wesley— Craig Loebig, Richard Robinson, Larry Obrecht, Dean Kleinpeter, John Pfeffer, Thomas For- burger, Darrel Robinson, Wilfred Loebig, Kay Olson, Roger Doughan, Larry Kleinpeter and Donald Kleinpeter. Explorer Scout t — William Robinson. Troop 49. Lakoia— David Darnauer, Carlyle Gerzema, Larry Gerzema, Conley Smith, Jon Smith, Billy Dean Beemer, Donald Johnson, Virgil Barrett and Paul Johnson. Troop S3, Swea City— Robert Zingg, Billy Christensen, Richard Dahl, Gary Ewing, Donald Youngquist, Larry Greenfield, Kenneth Rowlet, Donald Johnson, Ronald Peterson arid Harlan Crouch. Troop 90, Fenton— . , Dick Hiatt, Ivan Weisbrod, Bill Jolley, John Eigler, Gerald Geitzenauer, Donald Priebe, Donald Hainzinger and Ronald Mortensen. Explorer Scout — Duane Dreyer. Troop 33, LuVerne— William Wickett, Jerry Miller, Charles Loerwald, Neal Jensen,' Jerry Smith, Dick Johnson, Allen Miller, Dwight Sorenson, Russell Phillips, Lyell Holmes, Jerome Stripling, Guy Giddihgs Jr., Burnette Heinle, Dennis Schultz, Jack Jergenson, Jerry Zweifel, Thomas Carrol, Theodore Detmering, William Hoepner, Leith Kubly, Kieth Voss, Terry Tobey. Troop 43, Buri— Jerald Davis, James Giddings, Clinton Godden, Jack L. Gettman, Dennis Ham m e,r s t r o m Bruce Holding, Jerry Jo McMullen, Jimmy McMuIlen, Roger L. Steward, Eugene Steward, Albert Wittrnus, Daniel McGuijre and Larry Hinckley. Explorer Scouts Lakoia Troop 49 — Vaughn Uhr, Con Doocy, Stanley Knutson, Kenneth Peterson, and Duane Swanson. Troop 63, Titonka-— Russell Fisher, Donald Gerdes, James Honken, Eidon McColley. Neal Boyken, William Plumb ana Jackie Davis. Explorer Scout—Wilbur Willis. Mrs. Schallin A Hostess, Lotts Creek Women Lotts Creek — The Ladies Aid met at the church parlors with Mrs. John Schallin as hostess. Rev. G. Schaefer led the devotion, and his topic was "Eve." At the .business meeting the Aid purchased a coffee urn from Mr. Gengler. Mrs. G. M. Wolter and Mrs. Thomas Scheller were appointed on a committee to purchase runners for the hallways in the parsonage. Mrs. G. Scheafer became a member of the Aid. Mrs. Clara Pompe and Mrs. Reinhard Wetzel resigned from the Aid as they will move to Algona March 1, where Mrs. Pompe purchased a home a few months ago. Visitors of the aid were Mrs. Marie Dreyer and Janice, Mrs. Emma Boettcher of Burt, Mrs. Clara Gremmel and Mrs. George Bolte of Fairville, Mrs. Wrn. Buss and Mrs. Donald Radig and Perry. Supper Guests Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leininger and Harlan and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Schealer and boys were Friday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zimmermann. Has Heart Attack Carl Zumach, a retired farmer of here, who moved io Fenton mid-summer, suffered a heart attack, Saturday, during the night. He is somewhat improved at this writing. Birthdays Honored Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Decker entertained a few friends at the home Friday evening in honor of the birthdays of Sharaon and Dwight Decker. Two New Arrivals Mr. and Mrs. Leo Leininger became the parents of a son born Feb. 13 at St. Ann hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdie Mittag became the parents of a daughter Feb. 8 at the Algona clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Metzger spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson, LeRoy, Minn. Mr. Andersen has been a patient at a Rochester hospital for three weeks, but is now home, doing fine. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zimmermann were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Frink, Fairville. Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Buckholt, Buffalo Center, were Sunday dinner guests at the parental Albert Metzgar home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Andersen and family, West Bend, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Zinnel and family of Rodman spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Barker, Lita and Myron, of Fenton, the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Barker and grandson, Ronald Evans of Little Cedar, called at the Herbert Potratz home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Metzger were Sunday evening callers. Rev. and Mrs. G. Scheafer attended the farewell for Rev. and Mrs. A. F. Rehder, Bert and Grant, of Fairville, Sunday evening. Rev. Rehder leaves this week for his new pastorate at Knierim. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Wolter and family attended the wedding of Glenn Opheim at Emmetsburg Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl and family spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Geitzenauer. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bellinger and family spent Monday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl to help Mrs. Wichtendahl celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Ed Kressjn and Orville spent Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bier- stedt, Fenton, where they helped •celeKrate the birthday of the latters' son, Clarence Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Wichtendahl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wichtendahl and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bollinger and family helped their father, Otto Wichtendahl of Fenton, celebrate his birthday Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Potratz of Whittemore called on the Herbert Potratzs Monday afternoon and evening. Visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Zimmermann. Wesley Girl Is Honored, Shower i Wesley — Ruth Hauptmann was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon, Feb. 12, in the Parish hall. Bridge and "500" were played. Mrs. Lou Goetz and Mrs. Rose Nelson won high and low score prizes in bridge. Mrs. Oliver Young won high score prize in "500", and Mrs. Joe Goetz won travel prize. The new bride received many lovely gifts. She was married on Wednesday morning, Feb. 15, at 8:30 in St. Joseph's Catholic church to Virgil Kunkle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kunkle of St. Benedict. They treated their many friends to a wedding dance in the Legion hall that evening. The young couple will live neur Bancroft. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT ITI Delicious! Cherry Vanilla ICE CREAM Treat the „ Home folks TONIGHT "DEEPFREEZE" Fred Widman wrote a postcard to his friend H. M. Wolfe, addressing it to Mr. Wolfe at "Deepfreeze," Iowa. The card was delivered to Mr. Wolfe at his home in Elkader and the Chamber of Commerce there is "wondering." Mrs. Martha Henderickson and daughters, Mrs. Jean Johnstad from Minnesota and Mrs. Gladys Abbot, Hartley, returned to their homes after attending the funeral of their son and brother, Clarence Henderickson. Mrs. Wm. Dudding left Tuesday for an extended visit with relatives in California. Mrs. Glen Cowing and Mrs. Northrop are visiting friends at Clear Lake and Mason City. Mrs. George Korrect returned to her home recently after several days with her son, George, and wife at Lauretis. Mrs. Chas. Fox, Tommy and Nancy Jo, Algona, spent Thursday afternoon at the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Del Barslou. Bobby, son of Mrs. Rose Fuchs, left last week for St. Paul, where he entered St. Thomas this semester. Bobby has been helping his mother and brother, Billy, with the managing of the store the past year. Edward Hulterstum of Baraboo, Wis., spent a few days Die first of last week with his sister Hattie and brother, Victoi. Arthur Reuger and James Fox spent a few days in South Dakota. Elanora Boeckholt entered St. Ann hospital, Algona last, week after she had been ill for several days at her home here. Miss Boeckholt has been suffering from virus pneumonia. Mrs. Kathryn Tyler and Alfred Ostrescher, Titonka, spent Thursday at the Johanna Bergman home. A very large crowd enjoyed the dance at the C.O.F. hall recently to benefit the baseball club. Edward Farrow, Minneapolis, came Wednesday and on Thursday visited his father, Wm. Farrow, at Mercy hospital, Ft. Dodge. His sister, Mrs. Nick Saudt, went with him to Ft. Dodge. The chief executive of all federal prisons 19 the Attorney General. MODERN'S PATH TO POPULARITY! A good appearance is • "must." Neatness counts more than tine clothes looking their best. Just send them to us for frequent, efficient cleaning and pressing. Free Pickup Anywhere in the County MODERN Cleaner* A Taiiers PHONE 637 Tfie NORTON HOG FEEDER Framing a Norton Hog Feeder This picture was taken during the construction of a Norton hog feeder, io show you the strong, rugged framing that goes into one of these buildings. We invite you io our yard to see for yourself how ihese buildings are put iogeiher. Above is pictured the famous Norton Hog Feeder, that is being used by hundreds of farmers in Kossuth and neighboring counties. This feeder is a self feeder gravity type, designed along the lines of the Lee feeding principle. As constructed it is adjustable to various types of feed. We build them in standard sizes, from good lumber, as follows: 10x10, 10x12 and 10x14 feet. The feeder is laid on creosoted skids, to that it can be moved to clean ground at will. Generally, these feeders have two-inch plank floor and framework of 2x4's. Sidewalls are of drop siding and roofs are wood shingled. The buildings are painted red or white, as desired. This feeder is sound and solid, and its honest construction guarantees years and years of usage on your farm. If Your Neighbor Owns A Norton Hog Feeder —ASK HIM! We have on file in the Norton Lumber Yard office a good many letters and testimonials about this hog feeder. And many, many more farmers have just dropped in io tell us how well they liked the results they were getting from it. The main thing they emphasize is that this feeder is a big help in getting more hog profits. These users find they are better able io finish off their hoggs at the right market time, thus cashing in on better hog market prices. Come in and ask us io tell you how farmers like this feeder. Framing a Norton Cattle Feeder Here is one of our cattle feeders going up. Notice that it also has good, sound and rugged construction. We have skilled carpenters building ihe&e buildings, and their long experience really counts. F. S. NORTON & SON PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR ONE OF THESE FEEDERS WITH US NOW! Pfaririring and tbattna tlews Irons' "Irons' 7 Are Always Fire in the TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 21. 1950 THINGS ARE STIRRING! Snow's deep on the ground, but people are funny. Seems like you can't keep 'em from thinking Spring is Just around the corner. They're looking over home magazines, and the seed catalogs, and figuring whai they can do to make things different around the house. They're not overlooking things like heating and plumbing, either, for LOTS OF INQUIRIES are coming in to us, over the phone and in person, for dope on almost all types of plumbing items. Even had some calls for soil pipe. Number of folks planning to build from the ground up, too, and of course they want information on the newest types of healing set-ups, and so on. We're here wiih lots of good information along those lines, and it's all yours for the asking. Be glad io chin wiih you on whatever you have in mind. WE'RE STILL OFFERING- That "jumbo" Water Heater value that we've been telling you about here. It's a good one. If you are in the market for a new hot water heater, we'll just tell you to get in touch wiih us on this particular deal. We can install right away, or whenever you want it put in. HERE'S SOMETHING QUEER! We never could figure it out exactly, but somehow folks aways seem to go for putting in new bathroom equipment in the Fall of the year. Then in the Spring, their thoughts seem io go to the kiichen. Maybe it's because the lady of the house just gets sick and tired of her old kitchen after spending a winter in it. Anyway, right now calls are coming in for cabinet sinks, the main item housewives seem to want for their kitchen. We don't know why this all is, but we're ready to supply the answers—fine quality cabinet sinks installed at reasonable cost. When in Need of GOOD Plumbing and Heating Service, Call on IRONS! WE'RE STARTING 'WAY AHEAD OF TIME Yep, we're even running the risk of boring you to death, but we want to get in a good lick about checking up on that furnace as soon as the heating season is over. So many people just turn off the heat, slam the furnace door shut, and forget about the whole thing until winter rolls around again. Thai's a mistake, because as soon as your furnace is shut down, you should make a thorough check on it. Lots of cosily repairs can be saved by so doing. We can make it for you. without obligation on your part, of course. HEATING $ PLUMBING

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