The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 30, 1956 · Page 14
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 14

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 30, 1956
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t-AI0ena (la.) Upper Des Molnes Tuesday, October 30, 1956 Farmer Home From Hospital After Mishap Lakoia — Henry SU'onhard is at homo again after t\vo works in the Buffalo Confer hosnital following a corn pickei accident. On Oc't. 17, a large group of noigh- bors and friends gathered at the Steenhard farm and husked 100 acres of corn for Henry and hi? brother, Edwin. Dinner was served in the Lutheran church dining room. While Elephant Sale A most successful While Ele- phant Sale was held by the Boy Scouts Saturday. They took in SUIT. Lunches were served throughout the afternoon by several of the mothers. Hospital News Mrs Cliff Buckels was ho.s- pitalix.ed several days following surgery at the Buffalo Center hospital. Mrs Walter Christ is also a patient since Oct. 21. Mrs W. E. Ley was in the Buffalo Center hospital last week. Moving Changes Mr and Mrs C. moved Friday into land's house and Mr bert Stenzel are in F. Enneberg Alma Heet- and Mrs Rothe processes of moving into the house vacated by the Ennebergs which they have purchased from Mrs Ida Smith. The Arlowe Erdahl family have rented the house belonging to Mrs Pauline Patterson which was IN OBSERVANCE OF ELECTION DAY TUESDAY, NOV. 6 ALGONA BANKS WILL BE CLOSED IOWA STATE BANK SECURITY STATE BANK MEMBERS OF F.D.l.t. vacated by the Stenzcl family. Move To New Home Mr and Mrs Jerry Hcctland and Gerald moved into their new home recently purchased from Dr. and Mrs Williams. Their son Wayne and wife and 2 little boys moved into the largo house on the farm from the smaller tenant house. This farm. 1 mile south of Lakota. was Mr Heetland's birthplace and home with the exception of twenty years, 1918 to 1938 when Mr and Mrs Heftland farmed about one milt 1 south and then bought the home- place which was homestead rd by his parents, the late J. J. Hcct- land s. Local 4-H members and their fathers who attended the annual dinner given by the Llnde Implement Company at Swea City included Carmen Cool;. Janet and Shirley Smith, Virgil Wallentinc, Sidney and Jimmy White. Jimrnie and David Winter, Merle Edwards and Tommy Busch. Mr and ' Mrs Jerry E. tlkona were in Iowa City Wednesday and Thursday for Jerry's chuck- up on recent surgery. Mr and Mrs John Hoeppncr of Calumet were Sunday guests of their son BiirdoHf and family. Mrs Ida Smith went to Exi-'-ls- ior, Minn, to visit her da.ughler Mrs Ward Dawson. Local relatives of Mr and Mrs Morris Wortman have received announcements of the birth of a son. The Wortmans have heeti living in Los Angeles, Calif, t.inco last December. Krosch Is the son of Mrs Maynard C. Krosch. Fedci\srn is the son of Mr and Mrs S. Pedersrn, Route I. The 18-year-old soldiers are graduates of Grant Township Consolidated High School. Murnau, Germany — Pvt. Robert F. Dodds, '2.1. whose wife, Dolores, and parents, Mr and Mrs Homer W. Dodds, live on Route Algonn. recently was graduated tioni the Army's European P^ngineer School at Murnau, Germany. He completed the school's engineer equipment mechanic course. The nine-week course tiained him in the maintenance and u.'pair of standard mechanical engineering equipment. Dodds arrived overseas last May from an assignment at Fort Bliss, Tex. A 1951 graduate of Al- t'.ona Public High School, he entered the aiiny in August 1955 Mr and and completed basic training at Fort Chaffee, Ark. Frank Tellier, Al Boekelman On Seneca Program Seneca—There was a good attendance at the Seneca Parent- Teachers meeting held at the school gymnasium Monday evening. Speaker of the evening was the conservation officer of this district, Mr Tellier of Burt, who with tin assistance of Mr Al Boekelman of the Algona police force, demonstrated safety measures ii. the uses of fire arms. They also did some target shooting, demon.-.; rating the results of bullet shots in bars of soap, which they said looked very much" like a flesh- wound. During the business meeting a committee was named to set up the serving committees fo'F the basketball games. Mr Gronhovd also thanked the band mothers organization for their gift toward the purchase of new basketball uniforms. Mr Jones, the band instructor, encouraged parents to have their children who are not in the b.\nd take part in this school activity or in a very short time there will not be enough pupils in the band to warrant its existance. Refreshments were served at the close of the meeting by the Elmer Hanishs. Ray Johnston. Raymond Gardners, Ray Ber- gums, Woodrow Krachts, Lewis Breese, Claude Johnson and Carl Simmons. Mrs Lyle England was chairman of the program committee. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN LUDWIGSBURG, GERMANY —Army Sgt. Ray Smith, son of Mr and Mrs Edward Smith, Fenton, recently was assignee) to the 35th Quartermaster Battalion in Germany. Sergeant Smith, training noncommissioned officer in the Battalion's Headquarters Detachment, has been in Europe .since last January. FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO. — Two soldiers from Ledyard. Privates Merlyn M. Krosch and Gerald S. Pedersen, recently began six months of active duty training at Fort Leonard Wood. Mo., under the Reserve Forces Act. Krosch and Pedersen are receiving eight weeks of basic combat training, which will be followed by advanced individual and unit training. Men volunteering for the six-month tour of active duty are permitted to finish their military obligation in local Army Reserve or Natonnl Guard units. Piclur-cd above is L. W. Nuchals, Kossuta county attorney, and his wife and family. Lou is seeking reelection upon Ihe republican iickel in the general election Tuesday, Nov. 6. The children standing in the back row, Linda, 6, James, 11, Susan, 13, and Michael, 8, attend school at St. Cecelia's. The other children are Mary Lou and Mark (twins), age 3, and Diane, nine months. (Paid Political Advertising) When it's gift giving time, nothing con take the place of your portrait. Wallet size print... desk portrait... a print In colot « . . or a portrait that is framed for hanging ... no matter which you choose . . . your portrait continue! to say "I'm thinking of you", through all the day* to come, |>Iake an appointment now, while there'* •till time. Phone, write, or call. NELS and KAY BROWN'S STUDIO Portraits of Quality PHONE 34-W on ELECTION TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6 VOTE "YES" On Korean Bonus All-Vets Day Observance (FORMERLY ARMISTICE DAY) Since by the calendar, November llth this year falls on a Sunday, All-Vets Dav (Armistice Day) will be observed here by the two Veterans posts on. MONDAY, Nov. 12, with special downtown ceremonies. We thus urge that on Sunday, Nov. 11, you attend the church of your choice, where you can. so fittingly pay quiet and reverent homage, in your own way, to those who, living and dead, have served their country. The day following, Monday, will see special ceremonies conducted by the undersigned veterans organizations. Thank you. AMERICAN LEGION and VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS Posts of Algona, Iowa . „!„„ brings you the fabulous neW pfl Plymouth's traditionally grea \* i a 3 full years aea ny»" uu In one naming moment, Plymouth eap u flndline new super-safe Total Contact Fury "301" V-8 ... revolutionary new Toraion-Aire ride... exciting sports-car handling ... new sup dramatic Flight-Sweep Styling. The car you might have expected in 1960 is at your Plymouth dealer's now! See it! Drive it! Own HI PLYMOUTH'

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