The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1950 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 7, 1950
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Titonka Phone Company, Elevator Elections Held Titonka — The same officers and directors were reelected at the annual meeting of the Titonka Telephone Co., held at the Legion hall. The officers are George Peterson, president; Ed Zwiefel, vice president; Lela Bentley, secretary. The directors are Carl Giesking, G. D. Welhousen, Clarence Mechler, Ed Zweifel, and George Peterson. Harold A. Taft is the manager. Elevator Meeting The Farmers Elevator Co., held its annual meeting on Saturday, Feb. 25, at the Tyke theater. G.D. Welhousen, Henry Nelson, and Jay Budlong, whose terms expired at this time, were reelected. The other directors are Alfred Oesterreicher, Wm. Spear, Herman Tjarks, George Peterson, and Ernest Hofmann. The board of directors will meet March 11 to reorganize, elect officers and transact other business. The company owns Titonka's two elevators and John Stott is the present manager, Herman Schutter, assistant manager; Henry Bruns, bookkeeper, and Dick Mayland, truck driver. Woman's Club Meets The Titonka Federated club met at the home of Mrs. Donald Jones, Tuesday evening. Mrs. C. F. Callies was leader of the lesson on "Sports Reporters." A short review on "Gardening" was given by Mrs. James McColley. Maurice Sathoff is sufficiently recovered from his illness with pneumonia to attend school half days. The Cub Scouts held a regular meeting Saturday afternoon at the home of Denny Krominga! Mrs. C. H. Downs was hostess to the Thursday bridge club at a 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. C. A. Metcalf was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schram spent several days the past week in Chippewa Falls and Lady- pmith, Wis. Maxine Tryon and Dick Downs returned Wednesday to State Teachers college, Cedar Falls after spending several days vacation at their parental homes. Rr. Alice Sartor of Charles City has been spending a few days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor. The Titonka Lions club will play a benefit basketball game with ithe Swea City Lions club at Swea City on Friday, March 10. The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church will meet at the church on Wednesday afternoon, March 8. Hostesses will be Mrs. Wm. Schram and Mrs. Herman Schutter. Mrs. C. H. Downs will be the lesson leader, and Mrs. Burton Hansen will lead devotions. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Phelps celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary, Monday, Feb. 27. Several friends and relatives called during the day. John Pink was brought home last week from Park hospital, Mason City. He was confined in the hospital about ten days, suffering from a siege of hiccoughs. Mr. and Mrs. George Shurson and daughter, Georgia Ann, of New Richland, Minn., spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Andrews. Mrs. Shurson is the former Phyllis Andrews. Miss Lavinia Brunsvold of Lake Mills, a sister of Mrs. Andrews, was also a guest in the Andrews home, Mrs. Ben Franzen and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hike spent Sunday with Ben Franzen in Rochester, Minn. Mr. Franzen has been a patient in Worrall hospital the last five weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Downs and Dick spent the weekend in Sioux City with their son, Robert, who is a freshman at Morningside college. They attended open house for the new college gymnasium which is nearing completion. Members of Circle 1 of the Methodist W.S.C.S. are holding a series of Galloping Teas at the homes. Two hostesses entertain at each party. The regular monthly March business meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held on Monday evening. March 6, at the Wm. Denton home. Mrs. Clarence Mechler and Mrs. Sophie Conradi were the hostesses, with Mrs. Ted DeBoer assisting for Mrs. Conradi. Dudley Weible 8th district adjutant, gave an address at the Legion meeting, Friday night. Refreshments were also served. Dale Higgins is commander Hazel Zinnel Is Bride of Richard Carney,Fenton Fenton — Hazel Zinnel, daughter of Mr. end Mrs. Walter Zinnel of West Bend, and Richard Carney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carney of Fenton, were united in marriage at St. Pet<*r and Paul's Rectory, West Bend, Monday, Feb. 27. Father Lewfs Greving officiated the ceremony. Attendants wefe Catherine Carney, sister of the groom, and Leo Zinnel, brother of the bride. The bride was attired in a white street length dress with black accessories. The bridesmaid was attired in a navy blue street length dress with white accessories. The groom was dressed in a brown pin-stripe suit, and the best man was dressed in a blue pin-stripe suit. After the ceremony a supper was served at the groom's parents for the young couple and the attendants. The young couple will make their home on a farm at Burt. W.S.C.S. Meeting The W.S.C.S. of the Methodist church met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Mrs. Clarence Underwood presided at the meeting. The devotional service, "Chinese Brethren Overseas" was given by Mrs. V. J. Tatum. The program, "Christian Advance in Japan Today," was led by Mrs. Fred Newel, followed by a play. In the cast were Mrs. Jack Tieman, Mrs. Fred Newel, Mrs. R. C. Goetsh, Mrs. Ray Stoeber, and Mrs. Frank McFall. Special feature was a violin solo by Mr. Don Shaw, accompanied by Mrs. Arnold Hansen. Hostesses were Mesdames C. C. Voigt. Joe Madden, Russell Jensen and Flody Duncon. Organise Brownie Troop A Brownie Girl Scout troop organization meeting was held on Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Frank Behne. Twenty-one girls came to the first meeting. Mrs. J. Wallace Smith is leader and Mrs. George O. Jorgenson is assistant leader. The committee which will work with the leaders is composed of Mrs. Frank Behne, chairman; Mrs. Dale WeisbrOd, and Mrs. Calrl Busk. Home Talent Show The Town and Country women's club will soonsor a home talent show MVnday evening, March 13, in the Fenton theatre. Two cartoons will also be shown. Fifteen men attended a Methodist Men's District meeting at Dolliver, Tuesday evening. Fenton had the second largest group attending. The Homebuilders class party was held Thursday evening in the church parlors. Entertainment committee was Mr. and Mrs. Rex Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Widdle, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Weisbrod. Host and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Behne, Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Tatum, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newel. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruhn and Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman left Friday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Baerman, Rantoul, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Hantelman at North Manchester, Ind. The Baermans are a cousin of the Hantelmans. Wilmar Hantelman is a brother of Mrs. Brahn and Martin Hantelman. YOUR FURNACE MAVNOI BE TO BLAME: WHY NOT TRY THE FUEL OF FAME Find out if yoh'i* using the b«*t coal before you blame the furn- are! Doe« in* coal burn thoroughly, leaving little wa»le? Our cod DOES! . Thank You! To all our patrons and friends we wish to extend a sincere thank you for all consideration and thoughtfulness shown to us during our illness end hospitalization. I Your cards, flowers ,and gifts were all deeply appreciated and we are on the mend now and hope to see all our faithful old friends, our cherished new friends and to those whose friendship we hope to earn by serving the same home cooked foods, homemade pies, and good coffee. We are always happy to have you visit us. Beanie and Jim Allen (Allen's Coffee Kup) Spring Consignment MACHINERY SALE FRIDAY, MARCH 10 Machinery Sale Starts at 11 a. m. Livestock Sale at 1 p. m. TRACTORS John Deere A Tractor and Cultivator; F-12 and Cultivator; Regular Farmall; F-20 Farmall; John Deere B Tractor; Ford Tractor; Model A Avery and Cultivator; John Deere GP. 10 DISCS John Deere 15-foot 18" blades, new; Blount 15-foot, 2 years old; Massey-Harris 14-foot; John Deere 10-foot; IHC 10-foot; John Deere 8-foot tandem; G. I. 8-foot 18" blades, new; John Deere 7-foot tandem, like new; Case 16-foot; three discs 8-9-10 foot. PLANTERS John Deere 290, new; John Deere 999; IHC Horse Drawn; Black Hawk and Case Planter. 26 PLOWS Minneapolis-Moline 3-14"; Oliver 3-14"; IHC 3-14"; Minneapolis-Molina 3-12"; IHC 2-18", new on rubber; IHC 2-18"; IHC 2-16"; IHC 2-14"; IHC 2-12"; John Deere 2-16"; John Deere 2-14"; John Deere 2-12"; Oliver 2-16"; Case 2-16"; Case 2-16"; AC 2-12"; also 10 other plows. CULTIVATORS John Deere 4-row Cultivator; John Deere 2-row Cultivator; IHC 229 Cultivator; Power Lift for H and M; H and M 238 P«wer Lift, new. John Deere 8-10-11V4 foot Field Cultivators; IHC 12-foot Field Cultivator; IHC 10-foot Field Cultivator; John Deere 8-foot Field Cultivator. MISCELLANEOUS 28" Red River Special Thresher; 22" IHC Thresher; Woods Bros. Picker; New Holland Baler; IHC Beet Lifter for IHC "H" Tractor; Oliver 2-row Picker; Minneapolis-Moline 69 Combine with motor; John Deere and Humboldt Stalk Cutters; John Deere and IHC Endgate Seeders; Blount Hotary Hoe; 4-row Beet Drill; Appleton Corn Shelter; New Idea Mower, cut 20 acres; Minnesota 6-foot Horse Drawn Mower; Pollard Hoist; Behlen Wagon Hoist; Heavy Duty Trailer; Truck Box; 4-row Beet Cultivator; 10-s«ction 3-in-l Lindsay Drag, new; Minnesota Hay Loader. These Listings Represent 50% of Expected Listings for This Sale. ABENDS SALE YARD Blue Earth, Minn. Jet. U.S. Hiways 16 & 169 The Study club of the W.S.C.S. met Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Clarence Underwood. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hantelman returned Monday from 3Vz weeks. They visited with Charles Nelsons at Clearwater, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Allen Fullerton at Tampa, and Carl Priebe's at Fort Meyers, Fla. Swea City Girl Scouts To Offer Playlets Mar. 15 Swea City — Girl Scouts will present three one act plays at the school auditorium, Wednesday. March 15. The plays are entitled "Gratitude," "The Late Mrs. Bunker," and "Old Gray Mare Ain't."Coached by Mrs. Max O'Keefe and Norma Jean Boland, the girls have been working on the plays since the first of the year and have at last found an opportunity to use the school auditorium. They hope to -raise sufficient funds to enable them to attend camp this summer, and they also receive credits in dramatics. Members of the troop include Carmen Brandt, Judy Bravender. Dolly Ann Doocy, Janice Haglund. Gail Ann Johnson, Sharon Peterson. Barbara Peterson, Mary Lou Peterson, Joan Osgood, Shirley Stenzel, Sharon Boland, Janice Gabel, Janice Robison, Florence Kylen and Mary Lou Blomster. Admission is 50 and 35 cent?. 90th Birthday Mrs. Anna Swanson celebrated her 90th birthday. Feb. 28, the honor guest of old friends and neighbors. Her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Henry Johnson, baked the birthday cake for the open house birthday party, and about 30 friends called during the day, and several who could not be present dropped in on March 1st, since Mrs. Swanson is a leap year baby, 90 years ago. She came here from Sweden 50 years ago, and except for two years in Madrid, Iowa, has spent the entire time in this vicinity. She is mother to Henry P. Johnson, Swea City, and Mrs. Carl Haglund (Emma) Seattle, Wash. Although feeble, Mrs. Swanson enjoys good health. She does her own house work, with the help of her son who drops in twice daily, reads, has a good appetite, and enjoys life as always. Many gifts and greeting cards are being received. Residence Property Sold Frank Smouse recently sold his residence property in southwest S\vea City to Herman Gerts. Estherville. Mr. Gerts. a former farmer near Ledyard, having disposed of his Estherville property, will move to the Smouse house soon. The Smouses moved Wednesday to the Oliver Ewmg residence which they purchased during the winter. Marion Koons has bought the Mortensen acreage, located north of the track on the northwest side of Swea City. Miss Barbara Kluger is visiting at Superior. Wis., with her aunts, Mrs. A. E-. Van Alstine and Mrs. Howard Hosier. Mrs. C. H. Kesler entertained relatives from Armstrong Thursday afternoon at a coffee party. Present were Mrs. T. E. Thompson and daughter, Maxine, Mrs. George Brandt and son, Tommy, Mrs. Harry Gram, and Mrs. Donald Johnson, Swea City. Miss Donna Grouse was one of a party of pupils from Grant basketball team who attended the Tuesdny, March 7, 1950 Afgona Upper Des Moines—3 tournament at Des Moines over the weekend, returning Sunday. Miss Doris Briggs, chaperone. and Coach Baumgartner, accompanied the party, leaving on Frklfly. Donna Sartor Is Honored By Elks Titonka — Donna Sartor, grand daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Pierre Sartor of Titonka. was one of three high school students in Mason City, chosen by the Mason City Elks lodge as the "mo?t valuable students" within the jurisdiction of their lodge. They were each given a $50 government bond, and a complete file of their activities and scholarship throughout their high school career will be sent to the Iowa State Elks Scholarship committee for consideration for state and national awards. Donna is editor-in-chief of the "Maroon", Holy Family high school publication. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Guido Sartor of Mason City. 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