2-AJgona (lo.) Upper fces Maine! Tuesday, October 16, 1956 Wesley C.D, A. Held Monthly Session Oct. 10 Wesley—The C.D.A.'s hold their regular meeting Oct. !0. Maud Studer. grand regent, presided. Mary Bode gave a report of the National Council >•' Catholic Women which she and Maud Studer attended in Sioux City Sept. 12. Grand Regent reported that Mr ;-nd Mrs George Cink will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Oct. 16, Mr and Mrs Macon, Mo. will 40th wedding an- 17. Botli women Mr and celebrate Alf Studer of celebrate their niversary Oct. are C.D.A. members. Mrs John Weig will their gulden wedding anniversary. Oct. 28. Frances Weber read a paper on ''The Rosary." It was voted "to have guest nishl Sunday evening. Oct. 21. instead of Oct. 24. A pot luck supper will be served at 7 p.m. Mary Forburger, Blanche Rasmussen, Wilhelmina Hughes. Marie Dimond. Esther Knecht and Thelma Blaine are to be on the serving committee. Mesdanies Pauline P f c f f e r, Alary Bode, Dorothy Becker. Kathryn Hamilton nad Carolyn Hatten are on the entertainment committee. Imogene Studer won the door prize Wednesday evening. Bridge and 500 were played ;>fter the business meeting. Mary Bode and Felice Hilbert won high and second high score in bridge; Florence Hildman and Rita Youngwirth won the prizes in 500. Florence Hildman won the lucky prize. The semi-annual report was read by Nell Frimml. It showed 142 members. The next business.meeting will be held Nov. 7 Twenty-four new card tables have been mirehased for I he parish hall. . and Rev. and Mrs F. A. Webb visited Mrs Luther Nygaard, a patient in an Iowa City hospital, Tuesday. Mrs Detinering stayed at Iowa City with her sister and Mr Nygaard came home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson and their houseguests. Mr and Mrs Ed Kerr, were Thursday evening guests at the Marvin Ackerson home. Mr and Mrs John Lickteig went to Gray Eagle, Minn., Oct. 5 and visited their son Don Lickteig and family several days. Mrs LeRoy Ricke and Mrs Dale Dornbier were servers at the regular meeting of the Catholic Missionary Society, Oct. 10. Mr and Mrs Jack LeBrun of J Colman, S. D. called on a former Cohnan resident, Mrs Jennie Lu- kt-n. Wednesday afternoon. They had visited Becker and Borman residents here and at St. Joe. DaW Cooley began work re- centlyifes butcher at the Wesley Farmers Creamery. He commutes from his home at Thompson. He has a wife and two sons. Mesdanies Tillie Loebig, Eunice Nelson and Mrs George Hirner attended a Royal Neighbor meeting Oct. 11 at the Sim Hirner home at St. Benedict. Several car loads of women from the Upper Flat Church and the local Evangelical Free Church attended a Women's Missionary Society meeting at Albert City, Oct. 12. Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlson attended. Fractures Hip Mrs Jennie Luken fell at the home of her daughter, Mrs Viola StuddV, where she makes her home, Oct. 11 and suffered a fracture of her left hip. She was taken by ambulance to St. Ann hospital in Algona. Homebuilders Met The Homebuilders of the Evangelical Tree church met Oct. 8 at the church Mrs Garel Leek and Mrs Ray Carlson were hostesses. Mrs Howard Funnemark had the lesson. Attend Mother's Funeral Mr and Mrs Charles Heihen and family attended the funeral of his mother. Mrs Flossie Heinen at St. Cecelia's Catholic church in Algona, Oct. 10. She died in her home, Oct. 6, following a nine week illness. Install Officers Swea-Harrison 4-H Club Swea & Eagle—The Swea-Harrison 4-H club met Monday night, Oct. 1. in Community Hall. Laverne Wiskus and Larry Torine were hosts at the meeting. The newly installed officers are Duane Jensen, president, Billy Wiskus, vice president; James Hardt, secretary-treasurer and Ronnie Linde. reporter. Fred Link joined the club. At business it was voted to buy a set of flags. Cecil Thoreson. club leader, presented the club with money received from the Fair and plowing contest. Bob Kaltvad led the program with a discussion topic, "Responsibilities of a 4-H members"; Glenn Olson then spoke on Responsibilities of Parents." A movie "The Big Job." was then shown, and lunch was served by Mrs Wm. Wiskus and Mrs Francis Torine. Mrs C. W. Walters of St. Paul and Mrs Eva Van Wissman of Balboa Island, Calif, have been visiting their parents, Mr and Mrs Francis Treat. The Treats and Mrs Van Wissman returned home with Mrs Walters a week ago. Last Sunday Mr and Mrs Marvin Larson and son Jimmy took his mother. Mrs Marie Larson, to her home at Lakeville, Minn. She has been visiting her son and his family several weeks. Returning home with the Larsons Sunday afternoon were her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Francis Treat. Mr and Mrs Fay Richards of Princeton, 111. visited last week Friday afternoon with their friend's, Mr and Mrs Harold Jones. Mr and Mrs Maurice Mickelson of Russell, Minn., and Mrs Mary Bud long of Titonka were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Harold Jones. Mrs Mickelson is a cousin of Mrs Budlong and Mrs Jones. Dairell Gabel who has been a Civil Service Clerk in the Swea City Post Office, resigned his position, and begun work Oct. 1st wth the Civil Air Patrol at Akron, Colo. Darrel is a son of Mr and Mrs Martin Gabel. Mrs Agnes Forbes of Albert City, and Mrs Edna Liffert of Madison. Wi.=. spent last week at the home of their brother's Art E, Anderson and Mr and Mrs David Anderson. Richard Roth of the navy, who has been stationed in Greenland, arrived recently at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Carl Roth near Armstrong, where Richard's wife and children, are staying. Mr and Mrs Richard Roth became parents of a daughter born shortly before Dick's return. The couple now have one son and two daughters. The Roths farmed in Swea township before moving to near Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Roy Kluger and family will be the tenants on Vergil Jensen's farm south of Swea City on March 1st. Tenants on the farm now are Mr and Mrs Linus Peterson who are quitting farming. Moving onto farm where Klugers live will be Mr and Mrs Harold Decker and family of Whittemore. Mrs Sam Butcher is helping care for her mother Mrs John Craig at Armstrong who is bedfast and very ill. Mrs Craig is ncering 81 years. She and her husband farmed in Eagle before moving to Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Paul San finer and son Jimmie were Sunday evening visitors at her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Wiskus. Other visitors at Wiskus were Mr and Mrs Ed Meyer, Ringsted, and Mr and Mrs Ed Bondas of Glencoe, Minn. Mr and Mrs Paul Sonftner attended the 40th wedding anniversary party for Mr and Mrs John Wesselmuns at Bancroft Sunday afternoon. St. Joe C.D.A. To Initiate 8 On October 18 St. Joe—Catholic Daughters of America Court, St. Joseph held a regular monthly meeting Oct. 10. Mrs Frank Reding, grand regent, presided with 81 members and two guests attending. The guests were Agnes Loebach of Whittemore and Mrs Robert Wilson of Livermore. Main business of the meeting was the balloting on new candidates, who will be initiated into the Court Oct. 18th, proceeded by a 6:30 pot luck dinner in St. Joseph's Hall. District Deputy Marcella Fandel of Whittemore vyill be in charge of the ritualistic work. The new candidates for St. Joseph's Court will be Mrs Charles Berte, Mrs Joe Lentsch, Mrs Kenneth Grien?, Mrs Phil McDonald. Mrs Henry Thilges, Margaret Lawrence, Betty Becker and Mrs John Geischecker. Mrs Eugene Zeimet will transfer to St. Joseph's Court from the Algona C.D.A. . The local Court will hold a Bake sale on Sunday, Nov. 4th, Mr and Mrs Jay Carlson and family attended the Dairy Cattle Congress at Waterloo, Oct. 3. Guests at the Jay Carlson home Oct, i> were Mrs Amanda Carlson and Glenn of Wesley and Mr and Mrs Otis Anfinson of Britt. The dinner honored the 7th birthday of Shirley Carlson. Mr and Mrs Tom Forburger drove to Henry, 111. Oct. K where on Tuesday morning they attended the funeral of Turn's uncle, David Dwyer, U4. They returned home that night. Vincent Dwyer of Ilumboldt also attended his uncle's fum-rul. Bill Koppen and Stan Johnson, of Brit!, spent the October 7 weekend at Pequol Lake, Minn, fishing. Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly wore lVt. 7 uiii-.sts at the Frank Hen tele home in Swea City. Mr and Mrs George Delnu-ring Executors' Sale! The executors of the JOHN S. CROWELL ESTATE have entered into a contract to sell the Crowed residence property located in Algona, Iowa, which is described as follows: LOT ONE (1), BLOCK ONE (1), ORIGINAL PLAT, ALGONA, IOWA, and said contract will come on for hearing in the courtroom at the courthouse in Algona, Iowa, on, Friday, October 19,1956 AT 2:00 P.M. ct which time said contract will be approved, unless better and higher bids are then and there offered. This home is located at 420 East North Street It is one of the finer large homes in the city. 4 bedrooms and bath upstairs; large living room, dining room and kitchen downstairs; full basement and attic; gas heat; water heater; 2 blocks north of State street near business section of city and near schools and churches. An outstanding family home or can easily be converted into a 2 family duplex. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, SEE OR CALL R. H. Miller, A. R. Cruikshank EXECUTORS or H. W. Miller, Attorney in the school hall with coffee and cookies and rolls served between Masses. The proceeds of this bake sale are all given to local . Shd state charities. Following the business meeting lunch was Served and prizes were awarded. Margaret Reidmiller was awarded the birthday gift with Mrs Wilfred Schneider and Mrs Nicholas Weydert also receiving prizes. Mr and Mrs Alphonse Berte have purchased a lot from Mr and Mrs Joe Sinnwell and are building a 3 bedroom home. Bennie Wibben of Algona is the contractor. Mr and Mrs John Wilmes from St. Cloud, Minn, arrived Thursday for a visit with relatives. Mr Wilmes is a brother of Mrs Louise •Thul. .Nick Schroeder from Pierz, Minn, spent Thursday afternoon visiting the Wagners. Mr Schroeder is a cousin. Mrs George Lenertz of Livermore and her sister, Mrs Frances Blasen of White Lake, S. D. were ^Visitors here with Mrs Louise T'liul on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Blasen and her sons Willie and Eddie are spending this week visiting relatives and friends. On Thursday afternoon they were visitors in the Lye Steele home, accompanied by Mrs George Lenert/. and Mrs Alvin Lenertz. Mr and Mrs Roney Thilges of Tracy. Minn, are visiting rela- .tives and.friends here this week. ;Mr Thilges is a brother of Mrs Jim Reding, Mrs Chris Gales and Casper Thilges. - -Mr and Mrs Jack LeBreun from Del Rapids, S. D. were visitors here this week with relatives. They are cousins of the Bot- manns. Mr and Mrs Bob Gappa and family of Ayrshire were Sunday dinner guests in the John Origer home: Mr and Mrs Harvey Patten and Mr and Mrs Jake Mills, all of Hartley were visitors Sunday afternoon in the Clarence Smith hpme here. Mrs Maggie Thilges and family had as visitors in their home on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Phil Zeller and daughter Rose of Waverly, Minn., Mr and Mrs James Borell of Maple Lake, Minn.. Mr and Mis Paul Donavan and family of Rochester, Mr and Mrs Roney Thilges of Tracy, Minn., Mr and Mrs Norbert Thilges and family of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Bob Gappa and family of Ayrshire, Mrs Jim Reding, Mr and Mrs Ray Thilges and family, Mr and Mrs Clarence Smith and family and Mr and Mrs Herb Kayser and family, all of here. Phone Company, Armstrong, Sold The Armstrong Telephone Exchange was sold last week to the Central Iowa Telephone Company, with headquarters in Cedar Rapids. The announcement was made jointly by John J. Mclntosh, vice president and general manager of the concern, and by W. V. Leach, owner of the local exchange. The transaction was effective Monday, October 1. Mr and Mrs Leach have operat-. ed the Armstrong telephone exchange since 1936. They explain- PUBLIC AUCTION FARM SALE 20, 1956 169.95 Acies GOOD FARM LAND A farm located three (3) miles North and four (4) miles East of Burt, Iowa; three (3) miles South and four (4) miles East of Bancroft, Iowa; and one-half (Vi) mile North and five (5) miles West of Titonka, Iowa, and described as: ••The Southwest Quarter . (SW.W)'i.jjmd the Southwest ''Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (SW l /<SE'A) of Section Three (3), and the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter (SE'/jSE'/i) of Section Four (4) in Township Ninety-seven (97) North, Range Twenty- eight (28) West of the Slh P.M., except a tract of said lan<J comprising 70.05 acres which is a part of what is known as Union' Slough, all in Kossuth County, Iowa, and consisting of 169.95 acres, more or less, containing a set of improvements, and generally known as the Govern farm, will be sold at a public auction held on the premises to the highest bidder for cash on Saturday, October 20, 1956, at 2:00 o'clock P.M. This farm is highly productive; its soil consists of Clarion Loam, Webster Loam and Webster Silty Loam and is well tiled and drained. Terms of Sale: Fifteen percent (15%) of the total purchase price as a down payment on date of sale, and the balance to be paid on or before March 1, 1957, at which time possession will be given. Purchaser must execute contract with forfeiture provisions. Winkel & Winkel, Attorneys Algona, Iowa Agents for Owners Quinn & Yungeberg, Auctioneers ed that they "have decided, due to health reasons, to pass on th§ responsibility" of ownership of the company. Their plans for the future are indefinite at this tirne. The sale included all equipment, lines and material connected with operation of the telephone exchange. The building was not included in the sale. The Central Iowa Telephone company, which owns 75 telephone exchanges in Iowa and Minnesota, has been in existence since 1925. Other exchange.- operated in this area are ai Swea City, Ledyard, Buffalo Center, Forest City and Emmelsburg According to M. R. Thompson general commercial and traffic, manager for the company, "plans are already in progress for modernizing the entire system here' which will eventually include the latest type dial equipment. The company has gone to dial in 17 of its exchanges this year. The Swea City exchange was converted to dial last week. It was also stated that present employees of the local exchange will be retained. Mrs Georgia Parks, Harris, Iowa, will be transferred here as chief operator, and Mrs Irene Price of Swea City will also be transferred here IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT II LONE ROCK NEWS Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig call- ad Sunday evening in Burt at flic home of her sister and family C. W. Heerdt. Mrs Floyd Salisbury, Diane and Johnny spent the weekend at the parental Joe Hertz home at Rolfe. Mrs Henry Schroeder and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan spent Sunday afternoon in Swea City where they visited the Glenn Mi no home. Mr and Mrs Bill Giese of Eagle Grove were Sunday callers at the Roy Merchant home. Mrs Henry Schroeder entertained the Friendly Birthday club Tuesday afternoon. Thursday afternoon. Mrs P. M. Christenson and daughter Marieta called at the Schroeder home. Engaged To Wed Mr and Mrs R. I. Simpson of Titonka announce the engagement of their daughter, Maxine and Mr Millard Hotz of Cedar Rapids. Mr and Mrs Ervin Hoppe and family of Twin Fork, Minn, were Sunday dinner guest at the Charles Spry home in honor of Judy Spry's ninth birthday. WHICH WARDS for Buy Now! FOR SPECIAL SAVINGS... AT WARDS CATALOG STORE Anti-Freeze is now in stock a\ Wards Catalog Store—at special low prices for our Ward Week Sale! Just call or stop in now, and your Anti-Freeze will be ready for you; with no waiting. Why pay more, when Wards Anti-Freeze is equal in quality to higher priced national brands? Don't risk Winter freeze-ups. i. be safe, be saving, buy now/ 16 N. Dodge St. Phone 1053 L .J ere Friday! '57 Ckevroiets! Front Seat Headroom Increased Front Seat Legroom Increased in All Sedans and Coupes Completely New Ventilation System New Eights New Sixes 4i|WB^ mi ossuth otor Co. FREE COFFEE AND DQUGHNUTS FOR ALL!
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