The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1950 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 14, 1950
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farm Changes n Whittemore 4 Area, March 1 Whiiiemor* — Leonard Meyer . moved from the late Frank Balge\ min farm Wednesday to the Ger- f 6er farm just south of the town I flf Rodman; Rudy Bonnstetter ' moved to the Balgeman farm, Which he purchased last month; Ilmer Ruhnke moved from north Of Depew to Whittemore with Mrs. Ruhnse-s mother. Mrs. Mathilda Meyer. He will be employed with Mike L. Besch this year and have charge of the tank truck. Clarence Berte moved from Livermore to the Berte farm two miles west of Whittemore, vacated by Sylvester Besch, who moved to Austin, Minn.; Arnold Metzgar moved from West Bend, to the Peter Dahlhauser farm two miles southeast of town. S9th Annlvertary The home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ostwald was the scene of a celebration commemorating the 59th wedding anniversary of this worthy couple, Friday, March 3. Mr. and Mrs. Ostwald were married March 3, 1891, by the late Rev. William Faulstich. They lived their entire married life here in this community, retiring from their farm three miles north of Whittemore about 12 years ago, and moving to town. They are the parents of nine children who were all present. They are Mrs. Gustave Berninghaus, Mrs. Werner Gade, West . Bend; Mrs. Louis Wehrspan, Mrs. Herbert Schmidt, Theodore, Elmer, Ferdinand, and William all of here; and Mrs. William Matson of Hurt. Others who attended the 6:00 o'clock dinner in the evening were Rev. and Mrs. P. G. Wefnhold, Mr. and Mrs. Milford Gade, Mr. and Mrs. Tim Kline and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Richter, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Ostwald of Whittemore; Mrs. Rosa Barto and Dora Bierstedt of Algona; Dora Salisbury, Mr. and Mrs. William Madson, Jr., of Hurt; Lorna Gade of Ft. Dodge. The immediate family i presented their parents with a. beautiful studio couch and they received many beautiful cards I and gifts from their many friends. 93rd Birthday One of Wnittemore's grandest old ladies was honored on her 93rd birthday last week Monday, j feb. 27, when her son and daughter-in-laws and grandchildren came from Fonda for this happy I occasion. Present were Mr. and Mrs. |J. F. McCreery, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McCreery and sons of Foods; , Mrs. Clara McCreery, Emma Roebgt and. Ella Burk of Whittemore, and Mrs. Helen Dailey ol Algona. A delicious dinner was served by the ladies who were present, and Grandma Dailey re- Iceived many beautiful gifts and flowers. Many of her neighbors called on her in the afternoon with gifts and congratulations. [Pinochle Club Hosts Mr. and Mrs. George Fandcl en- Itertained the Pinochle club at I their home, Monday, March 6. High score went to Walter Fandel and Mrs. Lucy Besch; low went to Fred Kollasch and Mrs. Henry Mueller, Fandel. and travel to Walter "500" Club Me«U The "500" club was entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Victor Faulstich in Lottos Creek, Thursday night, Milton Espe winning travel prize and Donald Hulburt, low, Elmer Ruhnke, high, for the men, Mrs. Ernest Meyer, high, and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke low. A lunch was served following the games. Woman's Club Meets The Woman's club met at the home of Mrs. Anna Behnke on Thursday evening, March 2. Entertainments consisted of three readings by Eileen Maahs, Ruth Braatz, and Jeanne Weinhold. A dessert luncheon was served. by Mrs. Clete Streit and Edward Streit, low by Mrs. Walter Fandel and George Streit. Raymond Elbert won the travel prize. A delicious lunch was served by the self-invited guests, who also presented the Streits with a pantry shower. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and family were in LuVerne to attend the tenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. William Zimmerman moved from Lotts Creek, recently, and will live with Adolph Naas. Mr. Zimmerman has charge of the D-X tank truck here. Francis Slagel. coach of the Whittemore pubilc school basketball team took part of the girls' team to Des Moines to see the games at the Drake fieldhouse. Those who accompanied Mr. Slagle were Ruth Braatz, Marilyn Maahs, Jeanne Weinhold, Catherine Esser, Elaine Meyer, and Charles Slagle. Court Of Honor For Scouts Of Fenton Troop Fenton — Awaras wer'e presented to Boy Scouts of Pack 90 and Troop 90 at a Court of Honor in the Fenton school dining room Feb. 24. Rev. Forrest Flowers gave the invocation, after which Lester Weisbrod presented the scout leaders. A horn solo was given by John Eigler, and Wes Bartlett of Algona gave a talk on summer camping. Lyle Bassett and Mrj, Alvin Zumach presented th$ awards. Those receiving awards were: Tenderfoot — Richard Bell. Second Class — Kichard Hiatt, Gerald Geitzenauer, Ivan Weisbrod, Donald Priebw, William Jalley, Donald Hajnzinger, John Eigler, Ronald Mortensen. Boh Cat pins — Norman Rasmussen, Arne Rasmussen. David Finnestad, Roger Schlickelman, David Dreyer. Wolf Badge — Keith Bollinger, Adrian Arbogast, LJarrel DeSart, William Rath, Jerry Waite. Arrow Point — Gary Zumach, Jackie Munch, Oary Haase, Gerald Reimers, Roger Dreyer, Norman Bollinger. Richard Hiatt sang a vocal solo, followed by a short movie, "Cub at Home." The troop committee consists of Rex -Wolfe, Lester Weisbrod, Alvin Sumach, Ray Priebe, Everett Dreyer, and J. Wallace Smith. Thu Boy Scouts are sponsored by American Legion Post 637 and Cub Scouts by the P. T. A. A county executive Boy Scout and Cub Packs meeting was held at the Titonka school house on Thursday, Feb. 23. Representatives from the various troops and packs in the courtly were present to discuss plans for an anniversary program and the possibility of sending a Boy Scoflt from Kossuth county to the National Jamboree to be held at Valley Forge, Penn., this summer. Nurre's Jersey Herd Classified Columbus, O., — The herd of registered Jersey cattle owned by Mrs. Anna Nurre and E. F. Nurre of Liberty Jersey Farm, Bancroft, Iowa, has been classified for type under the program of The American Jersey Cattle Club. The classification rated the animals for type, comparing them, against the breed's score of 100 points for a perfect animal. In this classification, the first for Nurre's herd, 25 animals were rated by Arthur R. Porter of Iowa State college. Mr. Porter is an official classifier for the Club which has its national headquarters in Columbus, O. He scored all females in the herd that have had at least one calf and all bulls over 2 years old. One animal was ranked as "excellent," the top rating given under The American Jersey Cattle Club's classification system. He was Brampton Tulip's Finn. Sev en animals scored Very Good, 15 Good Plus, 1 Good and 1 Fair Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ostwald to give the herd average score of | received word that their daughter Dorothy, who is employed in Washington. D. C., underwent a I niajor operation in that city, re| cwitly. A number of relatives gathered at the Henry Lauck home Feb. 2(>, to celebrate the birthday of Paul Lauck. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Meyer and family of Garner, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Struecker. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Struecker, Mrs. Fred Strue- j cker, Mr. and Mrs. William Meyer Sr.. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer and son Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Werner $tmeeker. The evening was spent playing cards, and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kueek of Lone Rock were evening visitors March 3 at the homes of the Arthur and Ellsworth Heidenwith ». Mr. and Mrs. Edwin" Lteb of Lotts Creek, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lauck, and Mr. uftd Mrs. Walter Struecker were recent visitors with Mr. an£ Mrs- Leonard Meyer at Rodman. Mr. und Mrs. Milton Espe were pleasantly surprised wh«n their card club met at their home for a housewarrning party. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Victor *aul- stieh, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Gilmore, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Seely, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ruhnke, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hulburt. The guests brought filled baskets lor lunch which was served after the card games. ,, . Mr. und Mrs. Francis Besleu- i lehner of Des Moines spent a lew ' days recently with the formers father, Frank Bestenlehner, and sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mr. and Mrs. Clete Streit were pleasantly surprised at a housewarming party, March 3. 500 was played. High prises were won 83.7 per cent. This is above the average score for all animals in the Jersey breed. LUVERNE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hardcopf received word Tuesday morning, Feb. 28, of the birth of thelt first grandchild, a daughter, born earlier Uvit morning to Mr. and Mrs. Guy Andre in an Iowa City hospital. Mrs. Andre is the former Virgie Hardcopf. The new baby is the first great-grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. William Hardcopf of LyVevne. Mrs. G. M. Will and Mrs. Geo. Wplf accompanied a group of women from Corwith to Kanawha recently where they attend- e4 an Eastern Star sv'hpol of instruction. Mrs. W. Raymond Legler was a guest at a canasta party at thg home of'her sister-in-la<V, .Mrs. Earl Legler, in Alguna, Wednas- Schneider, 77, Ex-Resident Of Bancroft, Dies Anton Schneider, 77, a Bancroft resident for 26 years, died March 1 at St. Joseph's hospital, New Hampton. Funeral services were held at St. Mary's Catholic church in New Hampton March 3, and burial was in St. John's cemetery irr Bancroft. Pallbearers at Bancroft were Charles Baker, J. N. Merrill, John C. Menke, J. W. Schiltz, P. M. Schiltz, and Alfred Pearson. Mr. Schneider had been' sick two days and underwent emergency surgery Feb. 28. He died March 1 on his 77th birthday. He came to this country from Germany in 1873, and was married to Wilhelmina Foth at New Vienna, Iowa, in 1897. The couple settled on a farm northeast of Bancroft. Mrs. Schneider died in 1909. He continued farming until 1919, when he moved into Bancroft to live with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Schlindwein. He moved with the Schlindwein family to Calmar in 1924, and then to New Hampton six years ago. Surviving relatives include a brother, John, of Bancroft; a sister, Mrs. Mary Riley, of Dubuque; a daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Schlindwein, of New Hampton; two sons, John, of Fort Dodge and Edmund, of Dubuque; 15 grandchildren, and 10 great- grandchildren. 34 New Vehicles Listed In County A blinding snow storm and spring slush did not discourage 34 Kossuth county residents from buying new cars and trucks last week. Three bought trucks, two got' pick-ups and the rest are driving new cars. The following people registered new vehicles at the county treasurer's office. Chevrolet — Melvin E. Graham, Burt; Paul C. Kollasch, Lakota; Louis Krug, West Bend; W. F. Loebig, Wesley , truck; Jean and Paul Popma, Algona; Martin Schmidt, Fenton, pick-up; Sorenson Grocery, Algona; J. Albert Swanson, Swea City; Mrs. Dave Weber, Bancroft; Ray Welp, Titonka. Dodge — Frank J. Hilbert, Lu RIBSTONi One or Both of The** For Your Farm THEY ARE PERMANENT You will like Ribsion* superiority, its modern lines, color and glass-like outside finish. Adds di&nily Jo your farm. We apply 9 lasting finish on our ifio. The crib is well ventilated and will not sag or bulge. .Write me for prices and information. ROLAND SEEFELD Wesley. Iowa SUCK TRICK! day. March 1. Mrs. Ray Gary, went Agard, Linda and by train _to Eagle Grove, Feb. 28, for a few days' visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Woodsun. She also attended a surprise birthday purty Wednesday evening for Ij^r aunt. Mrs. Lowell Woodsen. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Figgins of Des Moines visited at the Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shirk home Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. Mrs John Barnhardt and son, Melvin. of Pocahontas visited jt the Rayiiio, W. Ray, Mureh 2. Mrs. Legler is their daughter arid sister. deUvery. Akoha tJpper Des °s NEW newspaper building, 11J i' Cull St.. Alaona. Iowa. CONVERTIBLE LOVE SEATS PLANTATION BALLROOM Friday, March 17 BABE WAGNER Sunday, March 19 BOB ALIEN — o — No Advance Booth R«s«rvationi floor* Open at 8:00 BAUROQM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Verne; Lorin and Florence Larson, LuVerne; Henry L. Sticker, Titonka. Ford '— N. J. Alexander, Algona, truck; Clarence Brandt, Ti- tdnka; Dale Briggs, Algona, truck; Dennis Carroll, LuVerne; Walter Deitering, Bancroft; Amos Pmnestaa, Fenton; Mel yin Harringa, Buffalo Center; Irvin Koppen, Lakota; Ervin Schwartz, Swea City: Herman W. Vaudt, Whittemore; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Walsh, Algona. Hudson — Art L. Eden, Titonka; Jesse Harms, Burt. International — Bancroft Implement Co., pick-up. Mercury — Maurice Carlson, Armstrong; John C. Menke, Bancroft. Oldwnobile — Dr. R. E. Weber, Bancroft. Pontiac — Bradley Bros., Algona; Dr. P. C. Geilenfeldt, Lakota; Chester Sill, Burt. Siudebaker — Clifford D. Collins, Algona. HOOK When little Janice Berrens, 2V4 years, told her mother, that her throat hurt, an x-ray examination disclosed the youngster had swallowed the hook off a key-ring and it had lodged in her chest. The hook was removed in a Des Moines hospital. POSTPONED Last year, the birthday party planned for little Linda Sue Miller of Prairie City was postponed; Linda-Sue came down with the mumps. This year, the birthday party was postponed once more. Measles. A dead person may vote, legally, if he mails an absentee ballot and then dies before election day. NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL State Of Iowa, Kopsuth County, ss. IN DISTRICT COURT No. 6045 March Term, 1950 TO All Whom It May Concern: You Are Hereby Notified, That an instrument of writing purporting to be the last Will and Testament of George F. Foertsch, Deceased, dated June 11, 1947, having been this day filed, opened and read, Monday the 27th day of March. 1950, is fixed for hearing proof of same at the Court House In Algona. Iowa, before the District Court of said County, or the Clerk of said Court; and at ten o'clock A.M.. of the day above mentioned all persons interested are hereby notified and required to appear, and show cause. If any they have, why said instrument should not be probated and allowed as and for the last Will and Testament of said deceased. Dated at Algona, Iowa, March 9, 1950. ALMA PEARSON, Clerk of District Court. E. C. McMahon, Attorney Algona, Iowa 10 NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF CORPORATE PERIOD To Whom It May Concern: Notice Is hereby given that Druggists' Mutual Insurance Company of Iowa, a corporation duly organized and existing under and by virtue of the laws of the State of Iowa and whose corporate period expired on the 16th day of October, 1949. at the regular annual meeting of the pollcyholders of said corporation held on the 10th day of January. 1950 at the home office of the Company in Algona. lov.'a, renewed and extended its corporate period to exist perpetually under provision of Section 491.25 "of the 1946 Code of Iowa and adopted and filed as by law provided a Certificate of such renewal, and filed and recorded renewal, amended and substituted Articles of Incorporation, which provide: The name of the corporation Is "Druggists' Mutual Insurance Company of Iowa". Its principal place of business la in Algona. Iowa. The object and business of the corporation is to. as a mutual Insurance company, funlsh insurance as provid- ed in Chapter 515 of the 1946 Code of Iowa and Acts amendatory thereto, and the company assumes all the powers, rights and privileges that are now or may. be hereafter conferred on similar companies, may sue and be sued and have a corporate seal. All persons whose property shall be insured by the company shall be members thereof during the period such Insurance is In force. The affairs of the company shall be managed by a Board of Directors consisting of not less than five (5) nor more than nine (9) members who shall hold office for a period of three (31 years. Vacancies in the Board of Directors shall be filled by the Board. The officers of the Company shall consist of president, vice-president, secretary and treasurer elected by the Board of Directors who shall hold office for a period of five (5) years and such other officers as the Board may deem necessary. The annual meeting of the members shall be held on the second Tuesday of January of each year. Until the next annual meeting to be held on the second Tuesday in January, 1951, the following persons shall constitute the Board of Directors: Robert W. Harvey—Missouri Valley, Iowa M. P. Haggard—Algona, Iowa A. E. Thomas—Des Moines, Iowa N. F. Reed—Des Moines, Iowa H. L. Gilmore—Algona. Iowa Eugene Murtagh—Algona, Iowa A. H. Borehardt—Algona. Iowa and the following persons shall be the officers: President. Robert W. Harvey, Missouri Valley. Iowa Vice-Presldent, M. P. Haggard. Algona, Iowa Vice-President, A. H. Borehardt. Algona, Iowa Secretary-Treasurer, Eugene Murtagh, Algona. Iowa Special meetings of the company may be called by the president as provided In its articles. At all meetings each member shall be entitled to one vote to be cast in person or by proxy, providing proxy Is on file wf{h the Secretary at least fifteen (15) days before the date of the meeting. At all meetings five (5) members, exclusive of proxies, shall constitute a quorum. The private property of the members of the company shall be exempt from all corporate debts and liabilities except that each member assumes a maximum liability which shall in no event exceed an additional sum equal to the amount of the advanced premiums on his policy. ... The highest amount of Indebtedness Tuesday, March 14, 1950 Algona Upper D«s Moines—7 to which the company shall subject itself (other than liabilities under its policy) shall be an amount equal to one-half of the premium receipts during the ycnr. Th? members shnll have the power to make, amend and change its bylaws and they mithorlrc the Board of Directors to do so and such by-laws shall be fn full force and effect from and after approval by the Insurance Commissioner and shall be a part of the contract of membership of each member, and each member and all policies shall be subject to and governed by such by-laws. The Articles of Incorporation may be amended at any regular meeting of the company or any special meet- Ing called for that purpose by two- thirds vote of the members present, provided n copy of the amendment ha* been on file with the Secretary at ]r*n?t thirty /3i>) days before the date of the meeting find' a copy mailed to each member at his last known address at least twenty (20) days before the date of the merting. Dated this 9th day of March. A. D., 1!)50. DRUGGISTS' MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF IOWA By A. H. Borehardt. Vice- President. Eugene Murtagh, Secretary. 10-13 CHICK CUSTOMERS REGULAR and SUPER BABY CHICKS Day Old or Started Sexed Or Straight Run CUSTOM HATCHING CHICKEN-DUCK-TURKEY EGGS SARGENT FEED NEALY HATCHERY Burt — Phone 58-77 STOP! LOOK! LISTEN! ART PRIEBE Will Play SANTA CLAUS TO THOUSANDS AIL DAY—EVERY DAY FOR NINE DAYS— "MARCH 17 THROUGH MARCH 25 Absolutely FREE! A New 195O COOLERATOR 7 l /2 Cubic Foot Refrigerator yes, that's right! Art Priebe will play "Santa Glaus" every day for nine whole days during which time he will give o way FREE! FREE! PRIZES MONEY MERCHANDISE "SANTA" Says "I'LL GIVE YOU AS MUCH MONEY AS YOU CAN GRAB WITH ONE HAND!" Come in and try your hand in the fish bowl. It's filled to the brim with money. As much as you can grab (whether it's $10.00, $20.00, of $30.00, or more) it's YOURS , ... to apply towards the down payment on a new Coolerator Refrigerator or Freezer. In fact, "Santa" says you can grab several handfuls depending on the model Coolerator you like * . . Come in and DIG FOR DOUGH Everyone Eligible USE THE MONEY you grqb from the fish bowl towards the down payment on your new Coolercitor Refrigerator or Freezer. In most you will need very little more, therefore a very Small Down Payment. THE SPACE-THRIFTY REFRIGERATOR THAT'S MODERN AS TOMORROW HOLDS MORE FOOD TAKES LESS SPACE*. ALL SAFE COLD TOP TO BASE AND FRONT TO BACK It's the new Coolerator Queen for '50—the only refrigerator that's bigger on the inside than it looks an the outside. Only 28 inches wide—yet gives you &i,i cu. ft. of the most usable capacity you've ever seen. See the amazing new Coolerator Queen at our store today. REVOLUTIONARY NEW KIND OF REFRIGERATOR Don't Forget Santa foi Nine Days-March 17 thru 25 ART PRIEBE Jack Sprat Food Store Phojii 53 'The Store That Guarantees Everything From Soup To Nuts" Lone Rock, Iowa

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