The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 1956 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 23, 1956
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S-Algena (la.) Upper D«s Mofnw Tuesday, October 23, 1956 'Hillbilly Wedding' Set For LuVerne On October 26 LuVerne—On October -(>. the juniors are putting on their class play "Hillbilly Weddin", a p.m. in the auditorium of the Lu- Verne Comnnmitj, School. Cast is as follows; Paw Belsnickle, Curtis Will. Maw Belsnickle, Audrey Hansel man. Ceelie Belsnickle, Nancy Hip- pin. Bonnie Mae Belsnickle. Sharon Wilhelm. Joney Lou Belsnickle. Sonja Goetsch. Fourth Belsnickle daughter. Karen llanselman. Fifth Belsnickle daughter. Myrna Larimer. Sixth Belsnickle daughter, Joyce Neal. O'Beey Upschlager. a teenage neighbor, Gary Ellifril/. Chi?. Upschfager. O'Beey teenage brother. Frances Besc.h. Ronald Maxwell, medical student. Gerald Lars'on. Lucy Maxwell, Mary Toohey. The Reverend, the Valley's only minister, Jim Hefti. Cousin Zeke, Wayne Smith. Cousins. Donald Jensen, Jane Darby. Charles Merkle. Helen Doiweiler, Sharon Reddel. Stage manager, Sonja Nelson. Assistant Director. A s 1 o u i> h Hjclmeland. Properties, Gerald Preusch: Lights, Gary Wittmeier. The play is about Paw Bels- nickle and his ways of getting his daughters married. His ways are a little old fashioned but ingots the job done. Evening Star Circle The Evening Star Circle of the Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service were guests in the farm home of Mrs Robert Barber Thursday evening with Mrs Dale Zentner, co-hostess. All members were Guests were Mrs art. Fort Dodge Wol f. The devotions were led by Mrs Allyn Brink and the lesson study given by Mrs B. E. Martin. At the business in charge of circle chairman Mrs James Mal- in attendance. Harvard Stew- and Mrs Gail lory plans were drawn for the dinner. The circle serves Monday. Nov. 5. for the Career Day at the LuVerne school. General W.S.C.S. Meeting The general meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service met Wednesday afternoon. Oct. 17, in the rooms of the Methodist church with the general chairman Mrs Loyd Larson presiding. The devotional service was led by Mrs Dale Zentner and the lesson study given by Mrs C. W. Bjustrom. The report of the fall meeting of the W.S.C.S. held in Forest City was given by Mrs Edward Dehnert and 'Mrs Albert Genrich. Hostesses serving refreshments were Mrs Clifford Holmes, Mrs Jess Lindebak, Mrs Edward Dehnert. Mrs Harold Tr.mger and Mrs Frances Shorey. Occupy LuVerne Farm Mr and Mrs Howard Stoddard and children have now moved to the farm at the northeast edge of LuVerne, known as the farm of the laic Carl Bigings. They purchased the 140 acre piece of land earlier this summer from Paul McClarkle of Sac City. They are doing extension remodeling of the farm home, making a full basement and modern in every detail. The Stoddard family lived the past year on the farm of her father the late Leslie Slruthers ivt Rolfe. Buy LuVerne Home Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and daughter Darlene have purchased the residence of the late Mr and Mrs George Merkle. They will have a closing out farm sale early in December to occupy their new home. Mr Goetsch will continue in custom trucking. Frog Hollow Club Mrs Fred Merkli to the FIO.S; farm home with Mrs W. was hostess Hollow Club at her Tuesday afternoon, B. Murrav assisting hostess. The business was in charge of the club president, Mrs James Tranger. Mrs Irvin Markman was a guest. A gift was presented to the baby of Mrs Alfred Smith, Birthday gifts were presented to Mrs Phil Henderson and Mrs Merkle. An anniversary gift was presented to Mrs John Hansen. The group sang Happy Anniversary to Mrs Harold Hansen who was observing her fortieth wedding anniversary that day. The club will meet Nov. 20, with Mrs Irvin Jergtnsen. Mr and Mrs Gordon Gregory went to Kans/is City, Kan.. Tuesday. They were called there by -he death of her nephew, eleven months old Michael, son of Mr and Mrs Duane Kerston. Funeral riles were he'd Wednesday and thev returned home Thursday. Mr and Mrs Dennis Schulz returned Wednesday evening from their honeymoon trip. They visited Caves in Minnesota and the Dells in Wisconsin and other points of interest enroute home. Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, daughters. Sonja Rae and Sheryl Ann. Mr and Mrs Fred Goetsch and Darlene went to the home of their mother, Mrs Anna Goetsch, Thursday evening for an oyster supper. Mr and Mrs Bert Putzstuck went to Dougherty early Tuesday where thev attended the funeral of his aunt, Mrs Will Jacobs, 08. Dr. and Mrs Jack Harris spent Thursday in Cedar Falls on business. Mrs Albert A. Schipull. her daughters, Mrs Robert Barber and boys, Mrs Harvard Stewart and children of Fort Dodge and Mrs Elmo Barber of Bode went to visi'i Mr an/.l Mip GeoVg/? Bronleewe in Clarion, parents of Mrs Schipull Sunday. Mrs Elmo Barber of Bode was a weekend visitor in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Robert Barber and boys. YN3 Jerry and Mrs Weber of Minneapolis visited Sunday and Monday in the homes of their parents, Mr and Mrs Alvin Weber and sons and Mr and Mrs Joe Erhardt family at Livermore. George A. Eggleston underwent minor surgery in the Fort Dodge Lutheran hospital Tuesday. He will be home in a few days. Mrs Charles llanselman, Sr. returned to her home Thursclav What lowans Like About HICKENLOOPER'S Farm Record Senator Hickenlooper has been a member of the Senate Agricultural Committee for the past 8 years. It is in this key committee where the basic \vork on farm legislation is done and Iowa has a strong, dependable voice to advance a sound, non-political agricultural program. During his 12 years in Washington, Hjckenlooper has supported in committee and championed on the floor of the Senate, among many others, measures to: 1. Eipand Soil and Water Conservation program!. 2. Advance Rural electrification. 3. Expand and improve rural telephone service (co-sponsored bill). 4. Establish the soil bank, designed to reduce surpluses and eomtrve the loll (a sponsor of the bill), 9. Reduce agricultural surpluses through foreign markets. (Public Law 4|0 increased foreign exports by $3 billion). t. Pevetop new vie* for farm products with better domestic distribution and marketing. 7. Establish a system of agricultural representatives in foreign countries !• promote the tale and use of farm products. (Author of this amendment). f. Increase the base corn acreage in the commercial area from 42 If 11 million acres. (Accomplished by the Hickenlooper Amendment). 9. Provide for a referendum by corn farmers to give them a voice in passinf OB their program like producers of other basic ciops. 10. Secure federal gas tax refund for farmers amounting lo $46.$$ average. per Iowa farm permit holder. And scores of others. Jowa born and educated, (Iowa State College, State University of Iowa) Hickenlooper has a time-proven grasp of farm problems. He is dedicated to the principles that farmers must have freedom from paralyzing controls and have a non-political farm program under which farmers can receive a full share of the na» tional income. You can keep this veteran legislator working for in Washington by proving QUK VOTES ARE "HICK'S". . .IN '56 Re-Eiect BGURKE B. HfCICENLOOPIR from Marshftlllown whore she underwent surgery for the removal of a cataract on one of her eyes. Her daughter, Dorothy, Mrs William Cook of Peoria, 111. brought her home. Mr and Mrs Harvard Stewart of Fort Dodge visited in the home of her parents Mr and Mrs A. A. Schipull the past week. Theft children Lorrie and Craig were cared for in the home of thejr grandparents as Mr and Mrs Stewart made a business trip - to Rockford. 111. While in Rockfor'd they visited Mr and Mrs Art Young, aunt o{ Mrs Uarvart. Honor Ginks At Golden Wedding Oct. 16, Wesley Wesley—Out of town relatives who attended the golden wed* ding anniversary celebration for Mr and Mrs George Gink, Tuesday, Oct. 16, included Mr and Mrs George Cink, Parker, S. D.; Mr find Mrs George Schaffer, Sioux Falls, S. D.; Mr and Mrs James Oiha, East Orwell, Ohio; Mr and Mrs Joe Malik, Cleveland. Ohio; Mrs Josephine Mikes, West Bend, Iowa; Mr and Mrs Paul Mikes, Mr and Mrs Harold Mikes affd family: Mrs Ethel Kutchara and Mrs Oscar Amundson, all of Clear Lake, Iowa. New Arrival A baby girl, weighing in at 6 pounds, 9 ounces was born Tuesday morning, Oct. 16 to Mr and Mrs Jere Schmidt at the Britt hospital. She has been named Barbara Ellen and the first child for the former Verla Janes and her husband. He is employed M the Hamilton Hatchery. The young couple live in a trailer huuse on the parental, Vcrl Janes farm home. feirihday Parly Dinner guests at the R. E. Ncw- brtjugh home Sunday. Oct. 14. in honor of Diane Newbrough's' 12th birthday were her grandparents, Mr and Mrs E. R. Newbrough of Britt, Also Mr and Mrs Dick Newbrough and family of jBritt and Mr and Mrs Will Weeks and family of Slater. Mr and Mrs Jerry Ferstl of St. Benedict were afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs R. E. Newbrough observed their 13th wedding anniversary Monday, Oct. 15. Ten operators of neighboring Briardale stores held a business meeting in the Studer store here Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Rudslrom and four children of Kansas City, Missouri spent last week at the parental, John Richter home. Mr and Mrs Leo Schillings and daughter of Nada, Texas recently spent several days in the John Richter home. Mrs Ova Rovlin, 67, of Hampton died recently at the Good Samaritan home'in Mason City fallowing a long illness. Her son Eldon Rovlin and family were Wesley residents some years ago when he was superintendent, of the public school. Pfc. Jerry Studer, son of Mr and Mrs Maurice Studer of Garner, formerly of Wesley was recently discharged from the army. He had served 18 months in Germany. Mrs Adelia Thistlewood of Minneapolis came Thursday evening. Oct. 18 to see her mother, Mrs Jennie Luken, a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona, with a fractured hip. Mrs Thisllewood was a houseguest of her sister, Mi's Viola Studer for several days. Father Joe Roskopf of Fayette and Paul Roskopf of Marshalltown visited their sister, Mrs Rose Laux, a critically ill patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona. They also visited relatives here Tuesday and Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Maurice DeBoer were in Des Moines Tuesday on business. The fifteen seniors of the public school went to Mason City Monday, Oct. 15, to have their class pictures taken. Mrs Mary Mullin accompanied them. The 3rd, 6th and 9th grades 01 the public school attended the an- nual speech and hearing clinic at Titonka Monday, Oct. 15. Supt Charles Mullin accompanied them. Sister Hilarian who teaches oth and 6th grades at the parochial school was ill Thursday and Friday. Needless to say the youngsters enjoyed the vacation days. Mr and Mrs Franklin Fox attended the wedding of her sister Sophia Badde and Tony Cambra at the Good Hope Lutheran church at Titonka Sunday afternoon, Oct. 14, and the reception in the church parlors. Mr and Mrs Grover Foote, newlyweds, returned Monday Oct. 15 from their honeymoon to Denver. Colo. They spent several days in tin? parental, Carl Froehlich home before leaving Thursday for their home in Chicago. ' Mr and Mrs Footc visited her sister, Mrs Kenneth Prcin and family near St. Benedict Wednesday evening. Innocent, lias born the name of 13 Popes; innocent I ruled from 402-417 A.D. Winters, Division of the Borders Company PRESENTS THE Chocolate FUVQftfD Drink »oi A r> IW7 OIADI A PASTtURIZI OftAOl A PAtftUmiOj GRADE A | PASTEURIZED • HOMOOCN1ZED OKI CuAkI LIQUID f * w • HOMOGENIZE JTIUIIZ" © Bordtn Co. 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