The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 20, 1956 · Page 9
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 20, 1956
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B«t M, Mr and Mrs August Harig were visited from Thursday till Tuesday by Peter Lickteig of Cresco. Mr and Mrs Lowell Lenz were Visited over the weekend by Mrs Lenz' parents, Mr and Mrs Frank Visser of Ada. Mrs Wilma Kuhlman and family was visited Thursday by her brother-in-law. Leonard Francis of Omaha, Neb. Mrs Segrid Lundh will have as guests Thanksgiving her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Alvin Lundh of Ankeny. Mrs Vernell Ludwig and Steven recently spent a few days at Clear Lake with Mrs Ludwig's parents, Mr and Mrs T. P. Joynt. Mr and Mrs Herman Hauberg spent from last week Friday till the following Tuesday at Davenport with Mrs Hauberg's sister Gh.dys Mariana. Mr and Mrs Halberi Long were Visited a few days last week by the letter's mother and brother- in-law, Mrs E. F. Forrest and Ray Perkins, of Sioux Falls, S. D. -iMrs Richard Cook of Mason City visited friends here over the weekend. She is mother ol Mrs William Allen who with her family moved to California a few months ago. Mr and Mrs Bob LaBarre are to be visited over the Thanksgiving weekend by I*Irs LaBarre's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs James Morris and three children of Milwaukee, Wis. Mr and Mrs Vernell Ludwig will have as Thanksgiving guests Mr and Mrs Paul Ludwig, of Whittemore and Mr and Mrs Arnold Ludwig and Mr and Mrs Elmer Ludwig of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Charles LaBarre will have their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs Dennis Gahan of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Murray Mowers and families as guests Thanksgiving Day. Mr and Mrs Ralph Stoll and son Dennis of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielsen of LuVerne, Mr and Mrs Cliff Wickey of Li verrnore, Naomi Strayer and Virginia Dale were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Cliff Johnson and family. Mr and Mrs Carl Grisham brought their five year old son Gary to St. Ann hospital Thursday. He had a virus infection and after treatment was permitted to go home with his parents. He was considerably improved Friday. Mrs Bertha Bilsborough and son Ray were dinner guets Sunday of the former's son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Walter Decker at Emmetsburg. Mr and Mrs Decker and family wiU be Thanksgiving Day guusts ai the Bilsboroughs. Mrs William Cook and daugh •ters Jacqueline and Henrietta drove to Britt Friday and joined Mr Cook who is working there All called on Mr Cook's unck Pearlie Mains who is a patient in the Britt hospital. From there the famil" went to Mason City to visit Mrs Cook's mother, Mr> Henry Smith. Mr and Mrs Tony Schmitt have been visited a week by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Lee Matera and son Christopher of Sterling, 111. At the conclusion of the visit, Mrs Schmitt accompanied them uo far a? Davenport where she stopped tc visit her son-in-law and daughtei Mr and Mrs Robert Klatt tc whom a daughter Barbara Jean was born Friday, Nov. 9. Mr and Mrs William Shackelford left last week for Iowa City where Mr Shackelford is a patient at University hospital. It is possible he will have surgery Mrs Shackelford is staying at Davenport with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Floyd Shackelford and commutes to Iowa City to be with the patient Mrs Melvin Olson spent from Saturday till Monday at Corwith with her nieces Patty and Mary Lou Hoover, daughters of Mr and Mrs Lou Hoover, who took the daughter Karen to St. Louis, Mo., for a three month's training course at a mental hospital. Karsen is attending the Iowa Methodist school of nursing at Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Edgar Campbell took their son Jimmie 6, to Rochester, where he had throat surgery Thursday. Mrs Campbell remained with him but Mr Campbell came home Thursday night Mrs Homer Young, mother of Mrs Campbell came from Garner to be with the other children, Jan and John. Jimmie will be kept at Rochester awhile for treatments. Mr and Mrs Andrew Hansen were visited over the weekend by Mrs Hansen's brother-in-law and' sister, Mr and Mrs Alvin S. Karr of Ireton. Mr and Mrs Hansen and the visitors drove to Fairmont, Minn., to attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs H. M. Frisbie, former residents here a number of years ago. They also went to Amboy, Minn., to visit Mr 'and Mrs Garmer Ewen Sunday. William Meyers of Leonore, 111. spent two weeks recently with his daughters. Mrs Eugene Meyers and Mrs Dennis Hegarty here. He returned to his home Nov. 11. William Meyers, his daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Eugene Meyers, spent two days at the home ol the Eugene Meyers' daughter and son-in-law, Mr and Mrs Clarence Braddock, in Waterloo. Mrs Braddock returned to Algona for a few days' visit here. Mr and Mrs W. A. Hall spenf Sunday at Sioux City with Dr. and Mrs Fred Wagner. Mr and Mrs Leon Laird plan to have as Thanksgiving guests the latter's brother-in-law and sister. Mr and Mrs Fred Omer of Sheffield. Mr and Mrs K. D. Long will have their daughter Marcee as Thanksgiving weekend guest. She is an art teacher in the Cedar Rapids schools. Mr and Mrs William Lauben- thai will be dinner guests Thanksgiving Day of the former's parents. Mr and Mrs Joe Laubenthal at Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Clyde Priebe and Patty, Jacqueline Keith and Jacqueline and Henrietta Cook drove to Iowa City Saturday to attend the Iowa-Ohio State football game. Mr and Mrs Elmer Langmack are going to Jackson, Minn., to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs Langmack's mother and brother, Mrs Carrie Ludvigsen and Lawrence Ludvigsen. Mr and Mrs Eugene Hutching, Mr and Mrs Perry Collins and Mr and M«vs A. M. Quintard attended the meeting of school board members at Des Moines last week Thursday. Mr and Mrs Leon Laird were visited Sunday by the former's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Wayne Winslow of Council Bluffs and his brother, Henry Laird of Omaha, Neb. Mr and Mrs Tim O'Brien will have as Thanksgiving Day guests the latter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs B. P. Youngberg of St. Paul and the daughter Ann O'Brien who teaches at Clear Lake. Mrs Cidney Laird plans to spend Thanksgiving at Whittemore as a guest of Mr and Mrs George Elbert. She will be joined there by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Herbert French 'of Rossie. Wava Woodward look her niece Coleen Lawson to Park hospital, Mason CHy, a week ago Tuesday for a check-up on a back injury suffered a few weeks ago. Sht is much improved and has returned to school. Mrs Haiiie Larson will have as guests Thanksgiving Mr and Mrs Roy Larson of Spencer, Mr and Mrs Clarence Calligan of Pocahontas, Mr and Mrs Loren Larson of Irvington and Mr and Mrs George Larson and family. Mr,and Mrs Don Wieso moved to Jewel Thursday where Mr Wiese is manager of the Westerr Buyers office. They have rnovec' from the A. L. Long house on eas' McGregor street which will now be occupied by Mr and Mrs Larry Knoll. Mr and Mrs Jack Limbaugh and family drove to Taina a w,eek ago Saturday to visit Mrs Limbaugh's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Bob Baier and to see the son David .born Oct. 11. Mr Baier recently purchased the O.K. Welder Shop at Tama. Mr and Mrs Oswald Lallier spent Sunday ait Ventura and were supper guests of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Leo Lallier. They were recently visited by Mrs Lallier's brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Ernest Kelch of Des Moines. Mrs Cliff Johnson. Mr and Mrs James Walker and Mr and Mrs Ralph Stoll of Corwith attended the funeral services last week Monday for Ole Johnson, 84, uncle of Mrs Johnson's late husband. He had lived at Waterloo but the services and interment were at Radcliffe. Supt, O. B. Laing and Mrs Laing went to Des Moines Thursday to attend a school board and superintendent's meeting. Friday and Saturday they visited Mr Laing's parents, Mr and Mrs E E. Laing at Russel and from there went to Webster City to attend a meeting the North Conference which was followed by a dinner in the evening. Algeria Upper Des Moines FARM SAL* CALENDAR Farm sales appearing in the Algpna Upper Des Moines will receive free listing in. this column every week, and also will be broadcast before the sale day over Algona's radio station KLGA on the 11:55 a.m. and 4:25 p.m. news. Sale advertising in the Algona Upper Des Moines reaches more families in this area than through any other advertising medium. List your sale dates parly with the Upper Des Moines. Nov. 26. Monday—C. R. Schoby sale of 40 head registered and high grade Holstein cattle, and line of near new machinery. Yungeberc & Quinn, auctioneers; Iowa State Bank, clerk. Sale details today. Nov. 28, Wednesday— Howard Jones estate. Complete closing out sale, including full line of machinery and 17 young Holstein cows. Sale will begin at 1 p.m. at farm located a mile west and a mile north of the Seneca store. Yungeberg and Quinn, auctioneers, First Trust and Savings Bank, Armstrong, clerk. Sale details today. Nov. 29, Thursday — 160 Acre improved farm of Earl Shipler, in Burt twp. to be sold at auction. Sale details in UDM today. Pringle & Gaard, auctioneer's; Wm. Boyken, clerk. Dec. 6, Thursday — Charlie Voigt of Fenton is selling his herd of high-grade Holsteins. Lloyd Berkland and Charley Quinn are the auctioneers and the Lone Rock Bank is the clerk. Full details will be found later in the Upper Des Moines. Dec. 11, Tuesday—Roy Carlson complete closing out sale, 5 miles east and 2Vfe south of Emmetsburg. Sixteen Brown Swiss and full line machinery. Lloyd Berkland, auctioneers. Sale details later. Jan. 3, Thursday — Robert Berkeland, 2 W., 2 N., Vi W. ol Fenton. Complete line machinery, 25 head springing Holstein heifers, etc. Lloyd Berkland & Lyle Benson, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings Bank, Fenton. clerk. Jan. 8, Tuesday — Charles Colwell of LuVerne will have a complete closing out farm auction. Full details later in the Uppei Des Moines. Mr and Mrs L. E. Linnan, Briar. and Bernie spent the weekend at Maurice with Mr Linnan's father, John Linnan who'suffered a slight stroke last week. Mr and Mrs Linnan and Mr and Mrs H. M Smith attended the Minnesota- Iowa game at Minneapolis last week, Saturday. Mr and Mrs William Weiner were visited over the weekend by their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Hubert Markings ol Springfield, Mo. They will be visited from Wednesday till Sunday by their son Robert, a student at the Iowa State University, Iowa City. Mr and Mrs Oswald Lalliei drove to Worthington, Minn., a week ago Sunday and visited Mri Lallier's brother and sister-in- law, Mr arid Mrs Julius Kelch Thev also stopped at Esthervilk to visit another brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs Alfred Kelch and the respective families. Mrs Bertha Pommer will be a guest Thanksgiving of Mr and Mrs Henry Pommer of near Wes- Jey. Other guests will be Mr Pommer's brother and brothers- in-law and sisters, Mr and Mrs Harold Pommer of Britt, Mr and Mrs Dick Franzen of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Elmer Meyer ol Woden. Mr and Mrs George Larson had as guests Wednesday the former'? brother-in-law and sister Mr and Mrs Bernard O'Brien of Whittemore who came to attend the junior class play. Wayne Williams, son of Mrs Larson and nephew of the O'Briens had the lead in the play. Mrs Bertha Bilsborough was visited last weekend by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs T. R. Collinson and Eva of Westbrook, Minn. The previous week she had as guests another <s/s//^///////r/y////////r////r//^^^ QK8%3}XQ8X&0^tt&^^ Serving THANKSGIVING DINNER Roast Turkey And All The Trimmings 11:00 A.M. To 2:30 P.M. THURSDAY ALGONA HOTEL COFFEE SHOP brother and sister-in-law, Mt Mrs Clyde Collinson and family of Council Bluffs. Mr and Mrs Roscoe Mawdsley and the la tier's mother, Mrs Eva Corey are going to Cedar Palls to spend Thanksgiving with Mrs Corey's son-in-law and daughter, Mr nncl Mrs E. L. Rockers. They will be joined there by Delbres Mawdsley who teaches at Newton Mrs Corey will remain for a longer visit. Mrs R. A. Davidson drove to Iowa City, Monday, and will visit till Wednesday with her uncle R. G. Popham at Iowa City. Mr Popham was being visited by another niece, Mrs Myrrl Morse Maxfield of Long Beach, Calif., who will accompany Mrs Davidson home for a visit of a. few weeks. Marjorie Byam and ffieAd Maxine Reinhartx of Austin, Minn, spent the weekend at the home of the former's parents, Mr e.nd Mrs Perry Byam. Miss Byarr is employed at a bank at Austin and Miss Reinhartz in the Hormel main office. Since Veterans Day fell on Sunday, the girls had Mondav as holiday. the fce*. and fctft Luther Loesch and Mr and Mrs Jess Lashbrook will be visited this week by their respective daughter and son, Lt. Durwood Lashbrook and his wife of Hutchinson, Kan. Lt. Lashbrook is in the navy and is being transferred to Alameda, Calif., where the couple will make their home. Roy Laabs Wins Pork Title Chomp Ray Laabs of Lone Rock, Iowa has been named Champion Pork Producer of Kossuth County, it was announced today by Farmers Hybrid Hogs of Hampton. Iowa, sponsors of the National Champion Pork Producers Contest. Mr Laabs' records that brought this honor to him show the combination of good breeding, feeding and management, and disease and parasite control practices in his hog production program. / Laabs' record was judged best in the county with 255 pigs raised from 27 sows for an aver- age of 9.44 pigs per litter toth. a gain of 1.10 pounds per day from birth to market. A personalized, engraved plaque was awarded to Mr Laabs at the Champions' Recognition Dinner, held on the Iowa State College Campus at Ames today. This is an annual award presented by Farmers Hybrid Hogs to those who do the best job on their spring pig production within the counties entering. Floyd T. Bode and Roland F. Bode, both of Algona, Iowa; E. Arthur KadoW, Burt, Iowa; and F. F. Mueller and Marold Schlei, both of Fenton, Iowa, won the County Championship in a past year and retained those Championships this year by participating again. Kossuth County now has six Champion Pork Producers. The contest is set up on a long time basis enabling County Champions to enter year after year to try for the Area Championship. All records from Kossuth County were considered in this year's Area Contest. IF IT'S HEWS WE WAWT IT Academy Junior Ploy Offered The St. Cecelia Academy junior class play will be presented this evening (Tuesday)* Oct. 20, In the high school auditorium at 8 p.m. The general public is invited. HAVE THANKSGIVING DINNER WITH US! Serving From 11:00 A.M. Through Balance Of The Day Thursday Complete Dinners Turkey — Chicken — Hem FRANK & EM'S CAFE At Hiway 18 Easl Edge of Algona "LET'S TALK TURKEY" AND WE DO MEAN "TURKEY" THE HUB'S SPECTACULAR HOLIDAY CLOTHING OFFER! Free Oven- '» *. f: -\f Dressed Turkey (ALL READY TO POP INTO THE OVEN) 'Iff, ' I: \i y; With the Purchase of any Men's SUIT or COAT In Our Stocks at $35 anc ' up THIS OFFER GOOD THROUGH NOVEMBER 30 So Everyone Will Know — YOUR FREE TURKEY Is An 'Added Bonus' The price of the suit you select is JUST the price of the suit. The turkey "gift", a tradition of several years' standing at The Hub Clothiers, is YOURS FREE. No prices have been changed in any way whatsoever — to include the turkey. For more than 25 years, Leuthold-Williams (The Hub Clothiers) have stood solidly behind the quality of their clothing — and have stood for complete integrity in every transaction made in our store. So — let us fit you to the suit of your choic* — and then let us give you your Free Turkey 1 A plump, juicy, oven-dressed Thanksgiving Turkey absolutely FREE . . . that's what the HUB CLOTHIERS is offering men of Kossuth county in our special clothing offer I Now you can't beat that, gents, especially when the Hub is offering its finest selection of men's coats and suits in history. But don't delay — we'll have plenty of birds but you'll want to make your selection while our stock is complete. And after you've selected the coat or suit of your choice, we'll be the hosts at your Thanksgiving or holiday season dinner I LEUTHOLDmilAMS ( JL \*^**S ALGONA, IOWA

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