The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 30, 1956 · Page 5
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Mr* ftd*« entertained Mrs Ella Potter and Mr and Mrs Carroll Potter at dinner Sunday. Dr. and Mr* L. P. Potter drove to Audubon Sunday and visited Mr and Mrs M. M. Morrow. Mrs Walter Lichter was hostess to the members of her card club Tuesday evening. The customary monthly luncheon held by the women of the St. Cecelia's Catholic church is postponed till Thursday, Nov. 8. Mrs Lorella Baker was visited Sunday by her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs H. H. Stewart of Kanawha. Mr and Mrs Andrew Reding spent the weekend at St. Paul and Minneapolis visiting their daughters, Lonita and Mrs John Pat Coleman and family. Mr and Mrs C. M. Baker and daughter, Monica of Bancroft, left Sunday, with Mr and Mrs Walter Welp of Ft. Dodge, on a business trio to Minnesota. Mrs C. J. McEvoy and Mrs Gale Stockwell went to Sioux City, Oct. 19 to attend the capping of Sheila McEvoy at the St. Joseph School of Nursing. Mr and Mrs Gale Stockwell were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Harry Nelson and Cheri of Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs A. J. Ricklefs was hostess to the members of her bridge club Thursday evening. High score prize was won by "Mrs Mitch Taylor. Mrs Esther Helberg entertained the members of her birthday club at dinner Wednesday evening. The anniversary of Mrs Frank Ostrum was observed. Mr and Mrs Claude White k were visited Sunday by the former's mother and sisters, Mrs Ella White and Mrs Frank Lillic of Linden and Mrs Karl Wild ol Saco, Mont. Mrs Harold Kollasch had as dinner guests Sunday her sons-in- law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Howard Lundsman of Spencer and Mr and Mrs Grady Phillips and daughters Sandra and Gayle. Members of the "Pins and Needles" sewing club entertained their husbands at a hallowecn party Sunday evenintr in the recreation room at Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor's. Mr and Mrs W. A. Barry attended the wedding of Geralo Gelbmann to Patricia Kendrick at St. Paul, Minn., Saturday, Oct. 20, in St. Bernard Catholic church. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Frank Gelbmann, the former a cousin of Mrs Barry. Mr and Mrs Matt Kramer of Bancroft accompanied Mr and Mrs Barry. Women of the Trinity Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, Nov. 1. Hostesses will be Mrs Ewold Voigt, Mrs Kate Wegener and Mrs' Herman Warmbier. Women of the first Baptist church will meet in an all day session Thursday, Nov. 1. Mrs Waller Heerdt will be hostess and devotions will be given by Mrs Mary Stainbrook of Whiltemore. Mrs Fred Martin is leaving the first of November to spend the winter with her daughters, Mrs James Powers, of Melbourne, and Mrs Ray McCorkle of Austin, Minn. Mr and Mrs Robert Holtzbauer End Mrs Frances Holtzbaucr drove to Des Moines last week Sunday and visited Mr and Mrs Jack Holtzbauer and relatives of Robert's wife. First banns of marriage have been read for Robert Lampright and Mary Jane Murphy of Emmetsburg and second banns have been read for Jerry E. Davis and Mary Wagner. Mr W. J. Hood and son John attended the wedding of Bill's niece, Ann McGuire to Donald DeRen. The wedding \vas Saturday morning in St. John's Church at Bancroft. Mr and Mrs R. A. Davidson were visited from Thursday till Saturday by Jessie Olsen of Onawa. The women drove to Emmetsburg Friday and joined other old friends at luncheon. The Congregational Women's Fellowship will meet at the church Thursday, Nov. 1, at 1:15 with the Rebecca circle in charge of the dessert luncheon. A Home Missions program with a skit on Migrants will be presented. Mr and Mrs Paul Schneider were visited last week by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs George Simon and son Billy of Joliet, 111., a family, gathering was held Tuesday afternoon in honor of Billy's first birthdav. Mr and Mrs L. W. Johnson of Irvinglon had as weekend guests their daughter. Rochelle and classmates, Marty Allbee of Cedar Falls and Mary Ann Dwyer of Creston. All are students at lown State Teachers College. Mrs Bridget Tobin spent a few days in Des Moines last week with her niece Lorraine Tierney. She also visited her nephew anu his wife, Mr and Mrs Craig Ticr- iiuy and family at Ames. Craig i<= enrolled at Iowa State College. Mrs Tobin also visited her brother •;Jphn Cosgrove, formerly of Eldora, who now makes his homo •jit the Bishop Drumm home for the aged. The Methodist W.S.C.S. m«*it Thursday, Nov. 1 for a one o'clock luncheon. The lesson theme is 'The U.N. a Good Trustee." Luncheon chairmen are Mrs Vic Parsons and Mrs John McGuire. The Mission Aid of the First Lutheran church will meet Thursday afternoon, Nov. 1. Hostesses will be Mrs Maurice Thompson, Mrs Lionel Hovey, Mrs A. B. Oakland, Mrs Osta Thompson, Mrs Wayne Hanson and Mrs Brady Rovrt. Dr. and Mrs A. J. Eason are being visited a few days by their daughter, Mrs Irwin Ogland of Eagle Grove, while Mr Ogland is at Worthington, Minn., on business. The Oglands are moving to a farm near Worthington, March 1. Mr and Mrs Harold E. Smith spent Sunday at Titonka with the letter's mother, Mrs Edna Richter. Other guests there were Mr and Mrs Walter Klamp of Dakota City and Mrs Lottie Eisenberger of Burt. The Women are cousins of Mrs Richter. Mr and Mrs Gordon Kuhn were visited over the weceknd by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Bob Kuhn and Mindy of Ankeny and Mrs Kuhn's brother and sister, W. A. Houser and Mrs Mae Fishe; 1 of Lima, Ohio. They also visited a brolher-in- law"and sister, Mr and Mrs H. E. Clum at Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Harry Johanmen served lunch to friends after the football game Friday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Harold Lampright, Mr and Mrs Marc Moore, Dr. and Mrs Harold Meyer, Mr and Mrs Ed. Wilkins, Mr and Mrs Russell Cook, Mr and Mrs Frank Sterling and Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel. Guests of Mr and Mrs Howard Seely on Saturday were Mr and Mrs Alfred Jergenson, former residents here, and now living at Iowa City. Other guests Sunday were Mr and Mrs Anton Didrek- sen and Mr and Mrs B. A. Thorpe. Mrs S. Riebhoff, Mr and Mrs Jay Graham and Mr and Mrs Godfrey Geilenfeld also were callers last week. Mr and Mrs Adrian Sterling were visited last week Sunday by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Tom Lundell, Sterling and Mary Beth, Ankeny, and 75 Guests At Lutheran Aid Party, Burl Burl — Seveftty^nine guests registered at the LUthefan church for Guest Day Oct. 25th. The church was decorated with 'all theme. The lunch was fol owed by a program consisting d group songs sung by the guests; Solo by Karen Lavrenz; Recita* tion by Mrs R. Willrett. Guest speaker was Mrs Stindef- meier the Social Worker for the Lutheran Home Finding Society AFFIDAVIT Slate of Iowa We. A A. 'SchipuYl. President. L. W. N'itolials. So<-rrt;n-.v. ;iml H. .T. r.orlc. Treasurer of tlie Kossuth County Agricultural Association heiriR du\\- sworn Mrs Sterling's and sisters. Mi- brothers-in-law and Mrs Frank a Hughes of Fort Collins. Colo., Mr and Mrs Carl Fielder, Mr and Mrs Frank Welch and Olive Bateman of Webster»City. Mrs Charles McVcy gave coffee Saturday afternoon for teachers at the Bryant school where she teaches. Those whc were present wer Mrs Isabelle Dahl. Mrs A. M. Quintard. Mrs Lawrnce Larson. Mrs E. L. Wol- cctt, Mrs Howard Hoenk, Mrs Krirkson, Mrs Guthals, Mrs Jti Fort Dodge, Mts Sufidermeief Showed pictures taken at the tome in Fort Dodge., The toast- tnistfess was Mrs ft i char d bavrenz. Qfandson Is <£ue*t Speaker Mrs Henry Meier visited at the Gerald Meier home at Cylinder from Friday evening till Sunday evening. She attended the Senior Glass play in which hef grandson, Harlan, took part. Oft Sunday morning Darcll Meier was guest Speaker at the Methodist 6hurch. City Cu«ttft The Hurt V.F.W. and Auxiliary Were guests October 23rd at Swea uuy. Those attending were Mrs Florence Schichtl, Mrs Earl Miller. Mrs Bruce Graham, Mrs Richard Lavrens, Mr and Mrs E. Rentz and Mr and Mrs Ben Lampe. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Sarchet had a birthday dinner Sunday evening, Oct. 28, in honor of their daughter, Roehelle's ISt birthday. The following attended the dm- ner, Mr and Mrs Robert Sarchet and Barbara, Mr and Mrs Fred Habeger, Mr and Mrs Duane Habeger and family all of Burt. Mr and Mrs Richard Furst of Humboldt, Mr Arnold Heise and Carol of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Clarence Priebe, Mr and Mrs Roy Sarchet and Miss Jessie Sarchet of Algona. Mrs Henry Meier and Earl of Burt, Mrs Gail West and Mrs Joyce Tison of Des Moines and Mr and Mrs Duane Johnson of Bode attended the funeral for Barney Cahoon at Elmore Wednesday, Oct. 24th. He was 81 and a brother-in-law of the late Henry Meier. Mrs Amelia Polhemus had as guests at her home Friday evening, Oct. 26, Mrs L. Doege, Mrs futtdoy, October 30, 19S* Alf6fta (Itf.) Upptf Pti Cora Stow and Mrs ft. Saatoff. The evening was spent playing Flinch. The Boy Scouts picked up corn at the Joe Zanke farm Saturday they picked up close to 100 bushel. Mr John Fischer and Edna visited a few days at the Mrs Bertha Koestler home. Mr Fisher is a brother of Mrs fCoest- ler's. Mr and Mrs J. W. Dorrance of Fairmont were guests at the Misses Ruth and Esther Hodgson home, Oct. 28th. The Burt Women's Club met with Mrs Beth Miller Monday evening, Oct. 29, with Mrs Ed Smith Jr. as assisting hostess. Mrs R. M. Wallace and Miss Marie Grover of Algona were Sunday guests at the W. Grover home. Ruth Hodgson'* Ffcntoft pupil* will have a piano recital at tn* Fenton Methodist Church Friday evening, Nov. 2nd. Guests at the Larry Molding home Saturday, Oct. 27, were Mf and Mrs Paul Olsen and Larry of Huron, S. D. On Sunday Mrs Ed Marlow, Mr and Mrs Paul Olsen and Larry were dinnet* guests at the Holding honie. Afternoon guests Sunday was Mrs Erich Seegebarth of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Richard Bristow and family of LuVefne and Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family of Burt. Two of the world's volcanoes, Izalso in El Salvador and Strow- boli in the Mediterrean, erupt almost constantly. togothc'r"wilh agricultural priHiurt.s, tnrni implements, etc.. as ixmtcmpl.itoci We further dcpoac and say that tho sum of S. r i,or!7.3T as shown in thr financial statement on page two has been paid to the winning oxlubiiors in settlement of premiums won at the fair for the current year and that no part )t this amouni was paid for speed events, to secure games or amusements and •hat no deductions have been inndi- for entry fees, Mall or pen rent. We further depose and say that the financial statement on page two is j full and complete statement of the- receipts and expenditures for the current /ear and that the statistical data on page three is true and correct. S/' A. A. SchipulU President S/ L. W. Nitehals, Secretary K/ H. J. Bode, Treasurer. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of October, l!>5(i. by A. A. Schipull, President. I'. W. Nitohals, Secretary, and H. J. Uncle. Treasurer <>!' lire. above named society or association. A. J. Ricklefs. Notary Public. FINANCIAL STATEMENT RECEIPTS Cash on hand from last report (Do riot enter overdraft here) Receipts — Ticket Sales -- Including Tax: Outside Rates -------------- . ..... ----Day grandstand and quarter stretch . .. -------Night grandstand and quarter stretch ------- ----- A001.52 Total ticket sales .... ..... ------- ....... Entry fees, speed department . ... ... .'.Vincesstons and privileges ........... Advertising in premium list and program . ------Stale aid (this year anticipated) ... ..... -.- ..... ........ Miscellaneous receipts of lair: Stall and pen rent ----- ........ ---- ----- •-- -!7n SO Entry lees — . r i.Vi;M !l,1)71.27 1,153.11 505.00 U, 100.00 Exhibit space rentals ... Subscriptions Breeding association special pivmutnis Krom all oilier sources of fair Total miscellaneous receipts of Ian- Total receipts of fair 1.116.00 mono 7iv .00 a bounty aid .-- •- - 1st mortgage notes — - -Money borrowed Other receipts ... -Total receipts from sources other than lair Grand total receipts I including previous balance) DISBUHSEMENTS Open premiums: Horses, ponies and mulc.s Cattle (beef and dairy) ... Swine . . Sheep, \vooi and goats .. . Poultry and pet stock Agricultural products Fruits and vegetables Plants and flowers Culinary products Textile and art dcpt. School exhibits -Dairy products Township booths Total open premiums 1-H & FFA Premiums: Colts Cattle I beef and dairy I Pigs - I.ambs Poultry Other 4-11 & FFA premiums . . . Total -1-11 & KFA premium.-. Total premiums oilier ih.'M .-nerd Speed premiums - --.Music and attractions .. ----Miscellaneous expense of fair 1 : Advertising . . . Printing, stationery, record blank--, r Postage, express, freight and dr.iyasi- Administrative and olfice pay mil.. Gate department, pay roll Police and parking pay roll;. Pay roll, all olher departments General and common labor ditrine ' Federal Taxes on Ticket Sales All other expense of Jan Total miscellaneous expense of lair Total expense of fair -. Indebtedness of previous years pai.:l ... Expense oilier than fair. Permanent improvement:. . . Maintenance of grounds and buildings IiiMiruncc ..__.--. Interest .. •-„•,", All other expense oilier In in lair federal " Total expense other than lair Grand total disbursements' I'ljlalnu ou Lund 7,50(1.00 2,7X1.71 i 2! 10,2:1.1.71 George Sefrit, Mrs Leon Laird !>•"•; .iam."^ Whalon. Miss Stenzell Haltie Wilson, Antoinette Bon- stetter, Mary Ann Simmons and Marjorie Hauck. Relative; who attended .funeral services Oct. 10 for Mrs Flossie Beinen were served dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs Albert Woishuar, brother-in-law and sister of the deceased. They were Mr and Mrs John Grubel, Gco Heinen, Mr and Mrs Fred Grubel and Andrew Heinen of Milo; Mr and Mrs Fri.nk Schurmann, M: and Mrs Vilus Schurmann and Mr and Mrs Paul Wallace of La- conn, Mr and Mrs Fred Mears, the Rev. D. Gcere. Sylvester McNeir, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Burke. Mrs Albina Rychnovsky, Agnes Rychnovsky and Mr and Mrs Kay Braddoek Osceola and the respective families. Committal Rites At St. Benedict LuVerne — Private cmumitta rites were held Monday afternoon at the Catholic Cemetery in St. Benedict, Iowa for Dun- aid Joseph Youngwirth, three day old son of Mr and Mrs* Donald YounMwirth of Fort Dodge. The baby was b >rn prematurely :>t. Fort Dodge Mercy hospital, Oct. 19. 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