The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 4, 1950 · Page 9
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 9

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 4, 1950
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Easfer Program AfBurfBy Women's Group B™* — Women's club met on Monday evening, March 27, a" the Presbyterian church, with Ppt S tV£ elen V 2 g !l and . Rutil Alice Patterson as hostesses. Following the business meeting a very impressive Easter program was given under the direction of Ruth Hodgson, m which Hulda Handy and Manee Bahnson had the reading parts, and Jeanette and Sheralee Horstman and Erna 7 s '*, e solos - Margaret Duran i t V Ug , ona ' gave Easter poetry, and Trella Patterson, Algona, reviewed the book, "The Chain," by Paul I Wellman. Lunch 'was served by the hostesses. This meeting was to have been at Helen Vogel's but due to her illness it was held at the church. Next meeting will be April 10, at Rella Patterson's home, Algona, with Rowena Ryerson assisting. At Initruciion School Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harvey attended an. Eastern Star school of Instruction at Swea City Thursday evening. Vitit Cedar Hapidi Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ortman spent the weekend in Cedar Rapids, recently, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Becker and attended the ice vogue. They spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. August Kruse at Monona, also. The son Robert, 2, stayed with his grandmother, Mrs. Louise Eden, at Titonka during their absence. Bales Sale Nets $13 The World Friendship girls met at Jennie Riebhoff's recently. They enjoyed looking at the things John Riebhoff has sent home from Japan. Doris Weiner is a new member. They had a bake sale in which they made $13. The following girls belong to this group: Rochelle Andrews, Maxine Batt, Glenda Black, Betty Groen, Shirley Meier, Betty Lu Mitchell, Aria Mae Moore, Mary Officer, Linda Rash, Doris Weiner, and Collene McGuire. The next meeting wil be April 15, instead of the eighth, with Linda Rash. Burs Filling Station John Trunkhill recently purchased the Viking station of W. E. Woltz. Kay Holding will be the operator. Kay is also one of the school bus drivers. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ollom spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Mrs. Ollom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Voight at Whittemore. They, had dinner at the Jas Ollom home that day. Mrs. Ben Fish and Mrs. William Truog of Mallard called on Mr. and Mrs. William Batt on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Batt has been ill and is still confined to her home. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Hauenstein of Emmetsburg spent Sunday at the Bob Lewis home. Mrs. Hauenstein is a sister of Mrs. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Will Ringsdorf, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ringsdorf, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf and family were visitors at the W. B. Shipler home, Sunday of last week. The Shiplers bought a farm near Swea City and moved there March 1. Duane and Fern Habeger, Paul and Alvina Hasse, John and Esther Hasse and Betty Hutzel attended the Horace Heidt show in Mason City, Friday evening of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lockwood spent Sunday of last week with Wm. Hoffman at Eajjle Grove. Mr. Hoffman, Mrs. Lockwopd's father, has been sick but is better at this writing. Opal Waltman, who has been in Park hospital the past three weeks, was brought home Saturday of last week. Mrs. Cora Stow is helping at the Waltman home a few days, until Miss Waltman is better. Mrs. Richard Groetn, who had been in the Park hospital the past three weeks, was brought home Rev. Hill, Burt Pastor, Leaves For New Church ,, Bur * —, Some 40 members of mPt a t«l y t eria 2 Congregation met at the church, March 22, for a farewell to Rev. and Mrs. R. K. Hill, who left last week for their new parish at Leon. Covered dish supper was served at 7:00 and following group singing, Mrs. Hill was presented a gift of a religious picture by the Woman's organization, by Mrs. Delmar Angus. Jeannette and Sheralee Horstman gave a vocal; Erna j r £' s ? lo; Mar y Janice Colette and Evelyn Mawdsley, duet; also Evelyn Mawdsley and George Becker sang, and the rest of the evening was spent visiting. Walter Rentz entered the St. Ann hospital, Algona, March 23, where he had an appendectomy. Mr. Rentz is one of the section men here. The following women attended the style show at the Plantation gently: Loretta Lichter, Beth Miller, Elsie Lockwood, Gene* vieve Graham, and Mrs. Clark Miller, also Mrs. C. L. Holding and Mrs. Habeger. Caradene Koepka and Gail Carlson took part. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecker and three sons, with Mr. and Mrs. August Bollinger of Algona, were Sunday guests a week ago at the Carl Reynolds home. Burt Farmers Win With Hogs Harold Fischer and W. J. Stewart, both of Burt, had prize winning hogs in the 1950 Minnesota State Spring Barrow show, held at Albert Lea, March 16, 17, and 18. Mr. Stewart had a pen of Du- rpcs placing llth in the adult light weight pen class. Mr. Fischer's Hampshires took arizes in four different classes: 6th in adult light weight pen di--- —*-«..• fffytit, FT t_ jgii i |*rv;ii ui* vision, llth in adult light weight ndividual class, 9th in adult heavy pen placings, and 5th in adult heavy individual division. An exhibit totaling 484 top quality market hogs made the competition tough. A crow'd of over 4,000 spectators indicates the interest shown in this year's show. Bancroft Lady Dies Suddenly; Rites Monday Bancroft—Friends were shocked when they learned of the sudden death of Mrs. Sophie Gertz who died of a heart attack a 9 o'clock at the home of her brother Thos. Jacobson, where she ha; made her home the past 15 years Mrs. Gertz was 73 years old on Feb. 4. Mrs. Gertz had been up and around as usual and had been outside. On returning to the house she fell inside the door. Her daughter, Leona Thompson, was just leaving for her school duty at Burt when her mother passed away. She had made her home with her brother after the death of his wife and had made many friends since coming here. She leaves her daughter, Mrs. Leona Thompson, who lived with her mother and uncle, one. son, Ernest, who lives in North Dakota, one granddaughter, Mrs. Merle Johnson, and one grandson and one great-grandson. Two brothers survive: Thos., living here, Matt, Zimmerman, Minn., and one sister who lives in California. Funeral services were held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon from the Immanual Lutheran church, with burial in Greenwood cemetery in the family lot. The Garry Funeral Home was in charge. A daughter, Mrs. Anetta Weber, passed away three years ago at Burt. Swea City, will move into the apartments over the Carmean Drug store. Mr. Bauer will drive the Standard Oil truck, taking the place of Otis Jenkins. Kermit Jenks, Ledyard, visited friends here Thursday. Thq Ditsworth Garage on north main street has been leased to Palmer Jensen and Mr. Haupt- mari, both Algona mechanics. Mr. Ditsworth expects to spend his time campaigning for the nomination of supervisor. Mr. and Mrs. James Lloyd, Ledyard, have purchased the C. A. Robinson residence in part of town. the east Two Sprained Ankles John Schiltz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schiltz, sprained his ankle while playing basketball. Joseph Fox sprained his left ankle when he slipped on the step at bis home. 50 At Masonic Banquet, Burt Burl — The Masonic lodge at Hurt enjoyed a splendid brotherhood meeting last Wednesday evening with 50 members in attendance. A six o'clock dinner was served by members of the Eastern Star. There were several Masonic guests from Estherville. Laurens, Algona, Fenton, and Lone Rock in attendance. Thursday, awhile at home. She is staying lor the Richard Lavrenz Dale Lockwood visited his sister, Shirley Lockwood, in Cedar Falls over the weekend a week ago, and spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Legg at Vinton last week. He also visited Gerald Riedel, who works in Cedar Rapids. Shirley Lockwood of Cedar Falls and Rachel Ireland of Farragut spent the weekend with Shirley^ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lockwood. The girls are attending ISTC. The Birthday circle met with Mrs. Ruby Davis, Thursday afternoon, with a large number attending There were three guests, Mrs. Patterson, Mrs. Polhemus and Mrs. Mansmith. Mrs. Mansmith, a former member when she lived here, joined the circle again. The next meeting will be with Ruby Cogdil, on Thursday, April 6. The Gay Nine bridge club met with Mrs. Claud Sigsbee, Tuesday afternoon last weeft. Fortnightly club met at the home of Jennie Riebhoff, Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller enjoyed a visit last Wednesday afternoon and evening with Mr. Miller's brother, D. C. Miller, of Laurens and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller of Estherville, also nephew, Robert Mather, of Laurens. Mrs. Donald Webster and two children, Lakota, Mrs. Carrie Koestler and Mrs. Rose Hansen, the latter from Aleona, went to Nebraska for a week, called there by the illness of a sister of Mrs. Koestler and Mrs. Hansen. Seneca Seniors Set Dates For Annual Play Seneca — The Seneca High school seniors have begun working on their class play, "Bolts and Nuts," by Jay Tobias, and will present it April 20 and 21 at the school gymnasium. Complications arising v from Miss Rebecca Bolt's turning her decased brother's home into a mental sanatorium make for many laughs in this three act comedy. Following are the seniors with speaking parts: Roger Anderson, Lorraine Foley, Everett Klocko, Robert Moore, Mervin Nielsen, Richard Reutzel, Margie Thompson, and Donald Wilberg. Other high school students with speaking parts are as follows: Madonna Doocy, Gerald Kennedy, Dorothy Oftedahl, Le Ann Olsen, and Gloria Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Osborn drove to Woodward, Iowa, Sunday, where they spent the day visiting with their son, David. Mrs. J. W. Bollig, who has been convalescing at the home of her son, the Kenneth Bolligs, was brought home Tuesday. She is now able to be up and about a few hours each day. Al Menke, Fairmont, spent Thursday with his sister, Mrs. M. F. Dudding, J. H. and J. C. Menke. There was no school 'in either the public or St. John's, Friday afternoon so teachers and Sisters could attend a teachers meeting. John Bergman is visiting friends at Ft. Dodge this week. Joseph Saunders came from Ohio for a visit with his mother, Mrs. Eula Saunders, and to see his grandmother, Mrs. Inez Hood, who has been a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona, the past two weeks. Mrs. Hood is slightly improving. Mike Schrandt, manager of the local creamery, attended a dairy meeting at Mason City, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peterson, Minneapolis, spent last weekend at the Wm. Peterson Sr., home. While visiting here, Mrs. Peterson became ill and had to remain for a longer time. Sister Georgia, Mt. St. Francis. Dubuque, visited St. John's school several days last w£eR. ' Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Peterson received word that their son-in- law, Bernie Burtis, underwent an operation at a Minneapolis hospital. Mr. Burtis is a former Bancroft resident. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Kohnke and Craig Peterson spent the weekend with Mr. Kohnke's mother. Mrs. Rose Kohnke, at Delano,- Minn., and with their daughter, Mrs. Jack Peterson and family, Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nagel, Fairmont, spent Tuesday evening with Mrs. Perry Torrine and Lyle. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Dorr and Arlis, Mr. and Mri. Lawrence Bergman and family helped Kay and Jan Menke celebrate their birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Art Madson, Sheldon, spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Kohnke and Craig Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bauer, PHONE 229 FARMERS Call for Our Daily Market Quotations on Your HOGS VEAL CALVES SHEEP WESTERN BUYERS AUSONA.IOWA, STOCK BUYIRS PHONE 107 Doan W.S.C.S. Has Meeting March 30 Doan — The Doan W. S. C. S. met Thursday afternoon at the Dale Struthers home, with Mrs. Dale Struthers hostess and Mrs. Alf Lee assistant hostess. There were 17 members and two non- ary members present. The honorary members were Mrs. Rosa Andrews and Mrs. Anna Christenson. Mrs. George Johnson gave the lesson. The guests' were Mrs. Dean Andrews, Mrs. Henry Mertz, and Mrs. Lee Seefeld. Next Doan W. S. C. S. will meet at the church for "clean-up." See Wrestling Matches Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Young, Mr. md Mrs. Ted Hoover, Roger Hoover, and Chris Miller were at Cedar Falls last weekend for ;he NCAA wrestling meet. Keith Young won the national collegiate crown. Keith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Young. He goes o Hempstead, N. Y., for a try at he title on March 31 and April 1. Doan is proud to see Keith make such a fine record. Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Young attended the meet in New York. Mrs. Thomas Young spent the past weekend in Minneapolis, visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. Florence Feldick, and nephews, Bernard and Harland Hansen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Struthers and family and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews and family of Burt were Sunday afternoon and evening callers at the Henry Mertz home. They helped celebrate the birthday of Henry Mertz. Mrs. J. W. Gross of Burt visited over the week at the Glenn Zweifel home. gists' Mutual Insura Iowa, a I'l.ipnratlon NOTICE OF RENEWAL OF CORPORATE PERIOD To Wliom It May Concern: • hereby given that Drug' ' nee Company of , duly organized and existing under and by virtue of thp laws ni the state of Iowa and whose coipuiai.. period expired on Ihe 16th day 1,1 October. 1949. at the regular annual meeting of the pollcyholders of said roi|xifuti»rt held on the 10th day of Januaiy, 1!>50 at the home office of the Company in Algona, Iowa, rtnewcd extended its corporate ST. THOMAS' EPISCOPAL CHURCH Algona, Iowa Sunday, 11 a.m., Morning prayer, 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays. Holy Communion, 2nd and 4th Sundays Thursday, 7 A.M. Holy Communion. Saturday, 1:30 p. m. Church School. period to i xist perpetually under provision of Sec-lion -191.25 "of the 1946 Code of Iowa and adopted and filed as by law pruvided a Certificate of such renewal, and filed and recorded renewal, amrndetl and substituted Articles of Incorporation, which provid3: The name of the corporation is Druggists' Mutual Insurance Company of Iowa". Its principal place of business Is in Algona. Iowa. Tlie object and business of the corporation is to. as a mutual insurance company, funish insurance as provided in Chapter 515 of the 1946 Code of Iowa and Acts amendatory thereto, and tlie 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 (lie company shall be managed by a Board of Directors con- sitting of not less than five (5) nor more than nine (9) members who shall hold office for a period of three (3) 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. 7vl. P. Haggard—Algona, Iowa A. C. Thomas—Des Moines, Iowa N. y. Reed—Des Moines. Iowa H. X,. Gllmore—Algona. Iowa Eugene Murtagh—Algona, Iowa A. H. Borchardt—Algona, Iowa and 'lie following persons shall be the officers: Pn-eldent. Robert W. Harvey, Missour: Valley, Iowa Vic*-Presidcnt, M. P. Haggard. Al- /GREEN COLONIAL IL FURNACE Last word In a complete home heating unit. Tops In Economy, Comfort and Convenience. CLEAN HEAT FUEL SAVINGS • Comfort • Eoiy Operation P. R. IRONS Phone S23-W AL.GONA GREEN COLONIAL FOR HOMES OF 4LL SIZES ~*HO All KINDS OF FUEL Deliciousl Fully cooked and ready to eat Easter Hams-T— real Hams! Medium sizes mostly. Order yours now. Phone orders filled. Potter Lockers So. Dodge St. Phone 110 Rons. Iowa Vice-President. A. IT. noivli.ii-<ll. 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 with 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 ot (he company shall be exempt from all corporate debts and liabilities except tiiat each member assumes a maximum liability which shall in no event excecdf an additional sum equal to the amount of the advanced premiums on his policy. The highest amount of Indebtedness 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 year. The members shall have the power to make, amend and change Its bylaws and they authorize the Board of Directors to do so and such by-laws shall be in 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. Brovlded a copy of the amendment has een on file with the Secretary at least thirty (30) days before the date Tuesday, April 4, !950 /fgona Upper Des Mofncs-3 of the meeting and a copy mailed to each member at his last known address at least twenty (20) days before the date of the meeting. Dated this 9th day of March. A. D., I 1950. DRUGGISTS' MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF IOWA By A. H. Borchardt, Vice- President. Eugene Murtagh. Secretary. 10-13 for a-beautiful, permanent, all purpose lawn there is none fi better than MICHAEL-LEONARD North Central Iowa. 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