The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 16, 1956 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 16, 1956
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4-Algona (lo.) Uppftr DM Moirtfts Tuesday, October T6, 1956 Dr. J. K. Hill Heads Titonka C. of C. Unit Titonka— The Titonka Chamber of Commerce met at Hie Barllett Cafe for dinner which was followed by a meeting at the Titonka Theater where they installed the newly elected members. The board of directors had met previously on Saturday and elected as president. Dr. J. K. Hill; treasurer. Dr. John Lesiak: and secretary. Telko Stecker, with the remaining members as board of directors, Harvey Hcyer. Phyllis Jarcn. John Isebrand. and Russell Krominga. After the installation the members present were shown a film furnished by the Interstate Power Co. New Locker Asst. Earl Young is the new assistant at the Titonka Lockers taking over his new .iab Monday. Oct. 8. He is married and the father of two children. His wife is the former Darlene Shipler, daughter of Russell Shipler of Burt. Earl is the son of Mr and Mrs Albert Young, former residents of Titonka, but now of California. Earl has formerly been working at Burt at the Viking Oil Co. and plans on moving to Titonka as soon as moving arrangements can be made. At Funeral Riles Word was received of the death of Simon Wubben of Mason City, who was a son of Mrs Honno Seiverin and brother of Jerry and Dan Wubben of Titonka. He died suddenly Tuesday at the age of 44 of a heart attack. Mr and Mrs Jerry Wubben and sons, Mr and Mrs'Dan Wubben and sons and Mrs Seiverin, Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove and Mr and Mrs Bob Spear attended the funeral on Saturday, held at Mason City. Mission Speaker Rev. B. H. Schwerin was a guest speaker at the Mission Festival held at the Lutheran church at Manson, Sunday morning. Rev. Alfred Mardorf is the pastor of the Manson church and was a former minister of the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka of which Rev. Schwerin is now minister. Members of the Immanuel and Good Hope Lutheran churches of Titonka attended the Luther League Rally held at Rockwell, Sunday. Rev. H. A. Diers, Rev. B. II. Schwerin and Harold Rood accompanied them. Edward Wibben, son of Mr and Mrs Harm Wibben, arrived home Saturday after a two month's stay at the University hospital at Minneapolis, after undergoing a heart operation, Aug. 14. Oscar Norland underwent a hip operation at the Veterans hospital at Des Moines and will have his leg in traction for some time. He had been taking treatments there before the operation. Mr and Mrs Dick A. Beenken are the parents of a baby son born Wednesday, Oct. 3rd at the Buffalo Center hospital. He hr\s been named Dean Keith and weighed 8 Ibs. 13 oz. They also have a daughter Joice who is 8 years old. Mr and Mrs Henry Spear are enjoying a two week's visit with Mr Spear's daughter, Mrs Jesse Hubbard of Long Beach. Calif. Mr and Mrs Elroy Hatten entertained at a party in honor of Mr and Mrs Albert Young of El Monte, Calif. Sunday evening. "Teddy" Van Hove, son of Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove of Titonka underwent an appendicitis operation Friday, Oct. 5, at the Butt Memorial hospital. Mr and Mrs Donald Geiken of Swea City are the parents of a baby daughter born at the Buffalo Center hospital Wednesday. Oct. 3rd. She has been named Dixie Rae and the mother is the former Darlene Tapper, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Tapper. Mr and Mrs Robert Harrington and sons of Mason City and Mr and Mrs George Jesse were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Harold Heesch. In the afternoon Mr and Mrs Herman Wel- housen and Cecil were guests. Margaret, Ruth. Katheryn and Clara Everding of Buffalo Center were afternoon visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs George Sachau and girls. Anna Swyter was a afternoon guest at the home of Mrs Anna Alke Sunday. Mr and Mrs Gordon Schubert and family of Garner were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and rMs Eldon Attig. Mr and Mrs Amos Krominga and Diane, and Mr and Mrs Russell Krominga and sons visited over the weekend with Mr and Mrs Paul Krominga and Mr and Mrs DeLois Dunnivan and family all of Rockford, 111. Mrs Caroline Hatten drove to Redfield, Thursday, and got her mother. Mrs Allen Carr and then both drove to Veterans Hospital in Des Moines to see Mr Hatten who underwent an operation on his lip a few days before. Mr Carr will be remembered in Titonka as the Standard Oil tank wagon attendant. Gade Girls Are Cresco 4-H Host The Cresco Chums held their regular monthly meeting in th" home of Dorothy, Eunice and Lucille Gade on Oct. 1st. Members were given their record books back and most of these had blue ribbons. Plans were made to meet Oct. 20th to make out the year books. Later in the evening installation of the new officers for the coming year was held after which followed the initiation of new members. The Matterhorn, famous mountain of the Alps, was first scaled in 1865. t o • _ ice! Oct. 22 and Oct. 29 at 6:30 P.M. Tho Algona Kiwanis Club members will call at your door in thei promotion of the sale of "Siaylid" garbage can holders. All funds from this sale will be used lo bolster the much needed Student Loan Fund finances of the Club. (Loans are currently being made to college students for the completion of their training without interest). So PLEASE ENCOURAGE THE KIWANIS TEAMS PRO- MOT1NG THIS SALE by purchasing - The Cost is $1.00 Seneca Class Elections Are Held In Week Seneca—Students at the Seneca high school elected their class officers last week. The senior class chose Sharon Dorsey as their president, Ronnie Johannesen. vice president: and Marcia Hartshorn, secretary and treasurer. The junior cliis« officers are: president, Robert Crouch: vice president, Sandra Nolle; secretary-treasurer, Sandra Gobel. Susan Brcese was chosen president of the sophomore class with Charles Hantleman as their vice president and Marilyn Johannesen as their secretary and treasurer. The freshman elected Larry Johannesen as president, Darlene Johnson as vice president and Nancy Fischer aS their secretary and treasurer. last Tuesday. Mrs Fred Johan- • nesen and Mrs Ted Jensen were delegates from the local W.M.F. organization. Mfs Fred Wienberger was hostess to the Modern Mixers Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Lester psborn had charge of the entertainment. Mrs Curtis Olsen was a guest of the club. Mr and Mrs Charles Paris of Lakcman. Mo. has been visiting this past week at the home of their daughter and family the Lyle Englands. A-trs Paris has not been in the best of health so has been recuperating at the homes of her children. Mrs Lyle England entertained a group of little friends Friday afternoon after school honoring their son Roger on his eighth birthday. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft, accompanied bv Mrs Bertha Pom- mcr of Algona. drove to Perry Saturday morning where they met Johnette Looft Kahl of Oregon City, Oregon, who will visit with relatives in this community during the next ten days. 4-H Club Installs Dorothy Peterson was hostess to the Seneca Stars 4-H club at her home Friday evening. New officers were installed by the retiring president, Kathryn Johannesen. Sharon Dorsey was installed as president; Marcia Hartshorn as vice president: Lois \Vilbcrg, secretary; Mary England, treasurer and Carol Johannesen, historian. Marilyn Johannesen gave a talk and Sharon Dorsey gave a demonstration. Lois Wilberg presented the retiring club leader, Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, with a gift of appreciation for her work with the club during the past years. Visitors present included mothers, Mrs Elmer Hanisch, Mrs Florence Petersen. Mrs Martin Wilberg. Mrs Lawrence Johan- nosen, Mrs Lyle England, Mrs \Vrn. Dorsey, also Mrs Henry Looft, 4-H committee member. Junior Play Coming The Junior Class of Seneca has chosen its class play. The play is "The Black Derby", a mystery. The play will be given at the Seneca high school gymnasium Thursday and Friday evenings, Nov. 1 and 2. Mrs Oriole Christiansen directing the play. is A <"Jood Season's End The Seneca Indians finished up their fall baseball season with 2 victories, defeating Grant 12-10 and Whittemore 11-1. Seneca collected 9 hits against Grant, gave up three walks and struck out 7 men. Grant collected 7 hits, gave up 11 walks and struck out 5 Seneca men. Looft and Simmions made up the Seneca battery. In the Whittemore game Seneca collected 7 hits, 7 men walked and 11 men were struck out. Looft was the, winning pitcher in both games with Simmons behind the plate. Smith and Meyer made up the Whittemore battery Two Algerians In I.S.T.C. Band Cedar Falls — Two Algona students at Iowa State Teachers College has been selected as a member of the 85-piece Panther Marching B?nd, according to Dr. Karl Holvik, director. Sue Sprague and Kay Brayton will perform with the band when it gives its first concert of the 1956-57 year in Des Moines. The band, under the direction of Dr. Holvik, will appear at the Iowa Music Educators Association meeting on Nov. 23 in Des Moines. NOf E8 Of SERVICE MEN 25TH DIV., HAWAII — Army Pfr. Lorcn A. Stacker, son of Mr and Mrs Tclko C. Stecker, Ti- tonkn. recently participated in Organization Day activities with th< 25th Infantry Division in Hawaii. Sleeker, a clerk in Company L of the division's 14th Regiment, entered the Army in July 1955 and completed basic training at f"ort Carson, Colo. The 21-year-old soldier was graduated, from Wartburg College. Waverly. in 1954. Denver — Specialist Third Class Howard M. Tippie. whose wife. Betty Lou, lives in Fenton, Iowa, recently was assigned as an orthopedic technician at Fitzsimons Army Hospital in Denver. Specialist Tippe, in the Army since October 1940, is a holder of the Purple Heart. He was last assigned at Tokyo Army Hospital LtSt Or WAAftAftfS <«xc«pi Sehoolhout* Fund Adams. Henry & Marry 3,800.00 Algona Klectrfc 1,013.40 Baker, Luella 2,370.00 Lnyne Western Co. 150.00 McEnroe. John .- 1,422.00 Post. Elizabeth Ct al .,_ 1,606.80 Sccory & Sons ._ _.10,081.46 Security State Bank 50.06 Severson, Glenn 165.00 Smith. Edna et al 5.831.00 Tinsley, Higgins ct nl _ 5.160.00 Woodruff Evans 36,975.60 Rasputin was known as the "mad monk." Job's tears are hard white seeds of an Asiatic grass sold as beads. Portland Club Portland Progress meeting will be held on Thursday, Oct. 18th at the Portland Twp. Hall. The hostesses will be Mrs Jay Stevens. Mrs Henry Smith and Mrs Jake Smith. The program will be in rharee of Mrs Howard Spark? Each person is bring an imported article. The Louisiana Purchase was negotiated by Robert R. Livingston. Total 68,634.26 __^ M . General Fund Advance Pub. Co. 82.62 Algona Electric 279.03 Algona Flour & Feed _ _. 3.45 Algona Implement 58.74 AlRona Insurance 4.00 Algona Laundry 9.36 Algona Plumbing 1.135.89 Algona Reminder 19.11 Algona Utilities 514.41 Bickers. John 50.00 Blossom Insurance 678.70 Bot.sford Lumber - . 149.19 Bradley Brothers 3.25 Brayton 41.50 Christensen Bros. Mfg. 53.44 Compton, F, E. Co. 106.84 Condon. Alice 25.00 Cooks Radiator 161.90 Cowan Building Supply 02.08 Cowan, H, J. Contractor 8.548.99 Creative Playthings 2.36 Ctilligan Soft Water 46.00 Curries 13.59 Delnes. Joe _.. 996.00 Dept. El. Prin. 5.00 Druggist Mutual Ins --_ 48.59 Everds Bros. 1,348.65 Fidelar and Champers 10.34 Finley, Avis 87.50 Foster Furniture .-- 30.60 Foth. John 30.00 George's Body Shop 15.00 Graham's Store 4.40 Harrison, P. M. Co. 19.58 Hawkins. Verna 20.00 Hedrick Bros. 52.40 Hclmers, Dick .._ 28.00 Herbst Insurance 70.00 Holcomb's Upholstery 37.00 Hopkins Super Service 2.80 Hutzcll's School Supplies 750.85 1,1. Ass'n. School Boards 50.00 la. Emp. Sec. Comm. 4,611.90 la. High School Music Ass'n. 2.00 IPERS 7,984.52 Iowa State College 2.91 Irons. P. R. 35.71 Ken-A-Vision 162.50 Ken and Leo's 66 1.95 Kent Motors "9.37 Ktamp, C. M. —- 11.70 Kohlhaas Hardware 66.19 Kbssuth County Agriculture Ass'n. 396.00 Kossuth Motors 92.87 Rossuth Oil - 330.21 Ky's Champlin 52.13 Lone. Beecher „_ 15.45 Lincoln Year Book 15.59 Markla. Diane , _ 20.50 MrBride, Marjory _ - 013.80 McBride, Walter — 680.40 Modern Drv Cleaners 17.21 North Central Ass'n Colleges 15.00 North Central Public Services 190.90 Northwestern Bell 284.04 Norton. F. S. 1,474.87 N6rton Machine 6.75 O'Brien. John 411.60 Olson. Arthur -- 763.00 Penury's 17.90 Percival Motors 4,952.90 Petty Cash 233.08 Post' Transfer _ 98.19 Postmaster 33.76 Potter, Mrs Ben 16.00 Pratt Electric - 66.15 Proper, Helma 73.13 Rankln Brothers 2,827.72 Ready-Mix „ 175.13 Revolving Fund 1,000.00 Samp. Mrs Lowell 65.50 Sanitary Supply 85.20 Seaburg, Hugn 11.00 Security State Bank 9,833.70 Sefrlt, George 175.98 Sheriff of Kossuth County 194.44 Shugart, Harold 69.29 Spencer 1GO.OO Stelnman, L. R. 25.00 Stephens, Robert 128.10 Stephenson. Robert 1,220.39 Steven, James 23.25 Slrayer & O'Brien 38.50 Swartz Algona Hardware 60.02 Tracy Office Equipment 2.25 Upper DCS Moines 364.04 Van DeWalker. Joyce - 5.00 Vander Waal. M. L. 74.50 Webster Publishing Company.. 71.37 Williams, Ernie 3.40 Zumach, Ella 31.25 Total Expenditures.. .56.516.37 I, Inez Wolfe, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report, pages 1, 2. 3, and 4 is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the quarter ending Sept. 30, 1956. Inez Wolfe, Secretary Sxihscvibed and sworn to before me this 12th day of Oct. A. D., 1956. Mary Lytlc. Notary. We Have Them 1 For HEAL shooling Enjoymeni, see the ITHACA Featherlight Repeater As advertised in This Month's Farm & Home Section WESTERN AUTO Fund offer* you on Investment In more lhan 75 American Corporations through a diversified list of common sfocks salecfcd for tho possibility of long-term growth of capitol. Tor I'rnspcritu nml descriptive liUTnturr, v.-ithouf oMiR.ition. fill in ntul KETURN THIS ADVERTISEMENT. WADDELL & REED, INC Principal Underwrilert "Offices From Const To Const" JOHN C. LOVE Box 182 Algona NV.ME TYPING PAPER, 500 SHSRTS 8'-z x 11. only 98c at the UPPER DES MOINES Office Supply Dept. 7tfn QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS Algona Community School Dlsiricl, Kossuth Counly I do hereby certify that this report is n true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to the financial matters of the board of said district for the quarter ending September 30. 1956. / Inez Wolfe Secretary. FINANCIAL STATEMENT Schoolhouse Fund Balance from Previous Quarter 178,984.52 Total Receipts for Quarter 82,837.50 Total to Account for 261,82202 Total of Warrants Drawn During Quarter IIIIIIII 6ft!G3-l 2fi Balance at End of Quarter 193,187]7G General Fund Balance from Previous Quarter llfi.211.95 Total Receipts for Quarter ._. 5,523.76 Total to Account for "III." 121,735.71 Expenditures Regular Salaries Paid for Quarter 4144182 (Teachers, Janitors. Officers, etc.. grouped) Other Warrants Issued — amount _ . 56.516.37 Total Expenditures ~_ "I 97.95810 Balance at End of Quarter I""IIII II 23,77752 YOUR MILK CHKKS WITH LCO Several Luther Leaguers from Seneca oUcnded the Esthervilie Circuit Luther League convention held at. the Wallingford Lutheran church Sunday afternoon and evening. Seneca Leaguers in :it- tcnclance included Ronnie J >han- nescn, Dwane, Marilyn and C;iml Johannesen, David Looft, Raymond and Lois Wilberg. Janet Geilcnfelt, Mark-no Jensen, and Merle and Barbara Hulvcrson. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg and f;imily and Mr and Mr.« Henry Looft and David spent Sunday at the Harry VahlclusU home on High Lake. The occasion was Mr Vahldusk':; birthday anniversary. Mesdames Fred Johannesen, John Johannesen, Ted Jensen, Henry Wilberg and Curtis Olsen attended the circuit meeting of the Women's missionary Federation held at the Union State Line Church near Petersburg, Minn. INSURANCE! 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