The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 30, 1956 · Page 18
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4—Algona (la.) Upper Des Maine* Tuesday, October 30, 1956 Cliff Carlson New Director, K. & H. Oil Co. Wesley—The K £ H Coop Oil Co. held ilj? annual meeting Tues.. evening. Oct. 23. in the Wesley High School gym. It drew a rapacity crowd. One new director. Cliff Carlson, was elected to fill the vacancy of W. S. Cosgrove whoso term had expired and who asked to bo relieved after 26 years of service. G. 1j. Gallics of Titonka was re-elected. A traveling bag was presented to Ernie Widen in recognition of his 25 years as a director. The band mothers presented a skit and the high school band played before the meeting. The feature entertainment was presented by Ralph Olson of Ellsworth who was one of the 12 who went behind the iron curtain last year. Guests from a distance were John Roby of Mason City. Max Lawson of Clarion, O. K. Kittelson, Wayne Gouger and Earl Winterink from Charles City. Rudy Bader. Orville Swattum and Harry Carter of Waterloo and Russell Sett.lemyer of Des Moines. K & N for the first time had sales of over a million dol- REELECT James I. Dolliver TO CONGRESS lars. Lunch was served by the band mothers. Plan Halloween Party Brownies will have a Hollcnvcen party Wednesday evening in the 1 L. L. Pfeffer home. New members are Patty Loebig, Becky Licktcig, Janet Ptacek and Debbie Bauer. Girls leaving the troop at the age of 10 years are Julianne Kunz, Elaine, Nonna and Mary Ann Goetz, Joan Rickc and Rila Eisenbacher. Kim Marlinek, 3 Kim Marie Marlinek was honored at a birthday party at her parental, Harold Marlinek home Sunday, Oct. 21. She was Ihree years old that day. Guests were her grandmother, Mrs Anna Hauptman, Rudy Hauptman, Mr and Mrs Will Marlinek,' Mr and Mrs John Arens of Bassett; Mr and Mrs Harry Barton and Mr and Mrs Merle Moore of Algona; Mr and Mrs Walter Wood and family of Renwick; Mr and Mrs Bud Hauptman and family of Bancroft. Dies In Albert Lea Friends here Monday received word of the death of O. P. Melvoid, father of Mrs Myrtle Kouba- Wynne of Albert Lea, formerly of Wesley, who passed away Saturday at Madison, Minn. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon of this week at the Lutheran church in Cottonwood, Minn., where the family had lived for many years. Besides his daughter named above, he also leaves another daughter, Mrs Lillian Albrecht of Everett, Washington, and two sons, Orion Mclvold of St. Cloud, Minn., and Noble Melvold of near Cottonwood. Mr Melvold was over 90 and for several years following Ihe death of his wife, had made his home with his daughter, Mrs Wynne at Albert Lea. _ Mr and Mrs Leonard Gesme of Emmons, Minn, visited Sunday night in the home of his sister, Mrs Lester Lease, having just returned from Irvin, Iowa, where they made the acquaintance of a new grandson. A carnival will be held at the public school Tuesday night, Oct. 30. It Is to be a benefit for the high school Athletic fund. Admission is 10 cents. Guests at the Ray Muller home over the Oct. 21 weekend were Mr and Mrs Pete Muller of Whil- temore and Gloria Ann Green of Wesley and Judy Fridcrs of Benedict, Hans Engen was taken to Rochester, Minn. Monday, Oct. 2, where he went thru thcT clime. His son-in-law and wife, Mr and Mrs Clarence Donovan of Park Rapids, Minn., took him to Rochester. Vincent' Klcinpctcr entered the Veterans hospital at Des; Moines Monday, Oct. 22 for medical care. Craig Loebig, a student at the State University, Iowa City, spent the weekend at his parental Wilfred Loebig home. Ben Eden and Eugene Schullcr \\*cre drawn for petit jury duty and are to report for duty at Algona Nov. 27. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson wore Sunday, Oct. 21 dinner guests of her aunt, Mrs Arthur Nodland of Holmes. Evangelical Free church members are improving their church property by a new drainage system, filling low places and building new sidewalk. The Catholic Missionary Society met Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 24 in the Parish Hall. Mrs Ed Johnson and Mrs Martin Hamilton were servers. The society will meet again Wednesday afternoon. Nov. 7. Emma Studer entered Mercy hospital, Mason City, Saturday, Oct. 20, for medical treatment. Dr. and Mrs Paul Warner, Mrs Percy Carlsson and Mr and Mrs Arvin Larson and family surprised Mrs Lester Larson on her birthday Wednesday, Oct. 24. after prayer meeting that evening ning. The guests brought lunch including a beautifully decorated cake. Rev. Percy Carlsson spent Oct. 21-26 in Luddington, MicnS at a National Ministerial Institute of Evangelical Free Churches. Mr and Mrs J. P. Hauptman and Don accompanied by her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Joe Paul of Webster City, visited relatives in Cedar Falls Sunday, Oct. 21. They also visited the museum. Don Hauptman is employed at the Ernie Williams garage in Algona. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, Nov. 1. Rosalie DeBcier ari|:l Mary Forburger will serve and Pauline Pfeffer and Bernice Vitzthum will be in charge of Ihe entertainment. Plans will be completed for the afternoon lunch and the ham supper to be served in the I.O.O.F. Hall Tuesday, Nov. 6, Election Day. Mrs Bettie Wester had a birthday Thursday afternoon. Six neighbor women spent the afternoon with her. ' Mrs Jule Monson was a patient in St. Ann hospital, Algona, several days last week. She hhs been ill the past two weeks. She is employed in the Robinson Produce Station. Mrs Louisa Osborne of State Center is spending several weeks with her daughter, Mrs Dwight Bruns and family. Mr and Mrs L. Devercaux, Diane and Jackie moved Tuesday, Oct. 23 from their home in Clear Lake into their newly- constructed house just south of the Tom Forburger home. Mrs Dcvereaux is the former Donnelly Robinson and she owns and operates the Robinson Produce Co. Mr Devereaux is a traveling salesman. Mrs Guy Dimond and Mrs Henry Swanson will be hostesses to the Ladies Aid in the Evangelical Free Church Wednesday STRICTLY BUSINESS PATENT ATTORNEY women will later give lessons on landscaping at their club meetings. Mr'and Mrs Wilford ward and Richard Smith were initiated into the Rebekah lodge last week in a meeting at Britt. HOSPITALS "I figure it'll go over big with trap and »kctt ihootmt* afternoon, Oct. 31. Mrs Lester Larson spent Saturday, Oct. 27, in Fort Dodge with her niece Averill Oppedahl. Guests at the Ray Muller home for supper Sunday, Oct. 21, were Mr and Mrs Henry Pfeffer and family of St. Benedict; Mr and Mrs Walter Pfeffer and two sono of Wesley; Mr and Mrs Peter Muller, Whittemore, and Gloria Ann Green of Wesley. Mr and Mrs Marvin Eisch'en and family of St. Benedict were Sunday afternoon callers at the Muller home. Mrs Dorothy Snook and David of Minneapolis, Minn, and Mrs Paul ErdmlSn spent Saturday, Oct. 20 in the Don Powers home in Webster City. Mrs H. H. Raney entertained the contract bridge club Tuesday evening. Mrs Mary Mullin was a guest and won high score prize. Mr and Mrs Jay Carlson and family enjoyed, a picnic at the Tom McLamphy home in Algona Sunday, Oct. 21. Other relatives who attended were' Mrs Cecelir Koepke of Algona; Mr and Mrs Joe Laubenthnl of Cylinder: and Dennis Capasius and Judy of Mallard. Mr and Mrs Joe Skow assisted by Mr and Mrs Karl Kiilsholm entertained at the Halloween party for the Mariner couple club of the Presbyterian church of Algona, at the Skow farm home. Mrs Paul Erdman returned Friday, Oct. 19 from a 5-day attendance at State Assembly in the Savery Hotel, Des Moines. She was a delegate from the local Rebekah lodge. Wilfred Ward of Sexton Was I.O.O.F. delegate. Mrs Erdman was a housc;- guest in the Clair Robinson home and also visited Mrs Audria Benton White and family and Mrs Leila Jordan. Mrs Anna Hauptman and Rudy and Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek and two children, Jerry Bob and Kim Marie were guests at the. Harry Barton home in Algona Sunday, Oct. 7 in honor of the 18th birthday of Barbara Barton and the 1st' birthday of Patrick Wood, son of Mr and Mrs Walter Wood, who were also guests there. Mrs Bettie Wester, Mrs Leila Jordan and Alan and Mr and Mrs Karl Kiilsholm were Sunday, Oct. 21, ., guests in the David Johnson hojne near Corwith. The dinner honored the birthdays of Mrs Wester and Mrs Kiilsholm. Mr and Mrs Ed Hildman drove to St. Paul, Tuesday, Oct. 23, to visit their daughter, Mrs Herman Lyons and family several days. The Methodist Men's Club will ?cvve a pancake supper to the public in the church dining room Thursday, Nov. 1. The Tuesday Club met Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 23 at the Don Kraus home. Mrs Frank Webb was assistant hostess. Mrs Dennis Carlson gave a demonstration on "Decorating Cakes", Mrs Reese Martin on flower arrangement, and Mrs L. L. Pfeffer on inexpensive home decor-atipns Mrs Don Kraus joined a group of Kossuth County Homemakors in Algona Wednesday for an all day tour of lanscaped homes and gardens of that.-'area. These JIM DOLLIVER For Experience, Seniority, Proven Ability and . .1 - ! Reliability. DOLLIVER'S RECORD Salk anti-polio vaccine provided for state and nation. Refund to farmers on gas and oil tax, on fuel in farm work. Improved mail service ti farmers (further improvements still neehes) Liberalization of net operation loss deduction—farm income. On-farm training for veterans. Investigation of high cost of living — wide spread between producers and consumer. Soil Bank Act of 1956 — and other legislation favoring agriculture. Social Security amendments for farmers. District Courts given jurisdiition in determining income tax deficiencies. Punishment of use of Interstate Commerce in organized crime. Relief from excise taxes on telephone and telegraph. Improvement and extension of rural electrification and telephones. Air safety measures for civil aviation. DOUiVER HAS SERVED US WELL Vote on November 6 RKliCT DOLLIVER TO CONGRESS • •l • •••••l VOTE FOR JENS M. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR 2nd Kossuth District (ALGONA, PLUM CREEK & UNION) I am now serving by appointment to fill the unexpired term of the late S. D. McDonald on the Board of Supervisors. I am a candidate for both the short term and the regular long term. The support that so many of you are giving me is greatly appreciated, and I pledge myself to devote full time to the interests of the 2nd District, and the county as a whole if elected by the voters. I was a farm operator in Union twp. for 36 years and a farm owner for 20 years. I served 15 years as township trustee, served as township officer on three farm programs (AAA-PMA- A5C). Served by appointment on the rationing board during World War II. I served my country from Sept. 1917 to August 1919 in World War I. Prior to entering military service I was a drainage contractor for 18 months. Be Sure To Vote At The Genera I Election, Tuesday, November 6 JENS M. Geraldine William Of Algona Weds At Estherville Wesley — Mr and Mrs Roy Muller and Gloria Green attended the wedding of Geraldine Witham, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Witham of Algona, and Daryl Goedke, son of Mr and Mrs Louis Goedke of Estherville, Saturday night, Oct. 20 in Ihe Immanuel Lutheran church at Estherville. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors for 60 friends and relatives. The birdal table was centered with a 3 tiered wedding cake, topped by a miniature bride and groom. The decorations were in lilac and white. Table waitresses were Gloria Ann Green of Wesley, Karen Tennyson, Ardell Wieners and LaVonne Arends. Virginia Goedke poured, Joann Speck served punch, Arleen Pi-ins cut the cake. Mrs Darrell Bjorklund, sister of the bride, had charge of the guest book. Mrs Henry Pfeffer and Mrs Ray Muller, aunts of the bride assisted in the opening of the gifts. The bride graduated from the Mallard high school and the groom is a graduate of Algona high school. Following • a short honeymoon the young couple will begin housekeeping on a farm neai Gruver. Ocl. 15 — Mrs Vaughn Hoover, Algona, boys, 5-2 & 5-12!i-. Oct. 16 — Mrs Charles Albright, Alf?ona, maternity; Mrs* James Fett, Algona, boy, 7-1; Mrs Bernard Briggs, Algona, boy, 6-4 M>; Mrs Earl Meier, Burt, girl, 9-3 ¥2; L. G. Lenz, Algona, surgery; G. D. Shumway, Algona, surgery. Oct. 17 — Mrs Clarence Casey, ^Verne, girl, 8-1 1M>; Mrs Dav- rell McFarland, Algona, medical: Jeanette McCarthy, Algona, sur- Ocl. 18 — Mrs John Penton, Algeria, boy, 8-13. Ocl. 19 — Mts Clarence Yoch, West Bend, medical; Mrs Fred Kent, Jr.. Algoha, boy, 6-4%. Oct. 20 — Mrs Marjofic Benson, Algona, girl, 8-12; Baby Bruce B. Briggs, Algona, boarder; Mrs Gregory Augustine, Bancroft, medical. Oct. 21 — Mrs Julius Monson, Wesley, medical; Mount Kinseth, Algona, medical; Judy K. Pickett, Algona, accident; Mrs Ronald Pettit, Cylinder, girl,. 8-2; Mrs John Carlson, Burt, maternity. Oct. 22 — Fred E. Gcnrich, Lone Rock, accident. Phari, Tibet, with an altitude of 14,300 feet, is the highest city in the world. VOTE REPUBLICAN JOHN H. 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