The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1956 · Page 12
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I^AIgofto (to.) Upper Pea Molnes Tuesday, December It, 1956 Ralph Geerdes Rites, Dec. 3, At Lakofa Lakota — Funeral services for, Ralph B. Geordcs were held in the Presbyterian church. Dec. 3 Rev. Harkn Kruse was in charge Ralph B. Geerdes was born in Germany, March 15. 1868 to Rolfc and Berentii Geerdes. He caitie to Butler county in Iowa when 15 years of age. On March 13, 1890 he was united in marriage with Stienetta V/ienenga. A farmer >'•• orofession. he and his family had lived on their farm south of Lakota fof many years, until 1920 when Mr and Mrs Geerdes retired to Lakota. Since .194$ Mr Geerdes had made Kil fuiflie with his children Mrs G&ffdeS died in 1937. a son Walter in'1954. Surviving children am Berth? Mr? Jake Koenen. Sheffield- Mina, Mrs George Geerdes; Katie Mrs Henry Geordesv Blue Earth: Martin, Swea City: John, Swe; City; Bert of Lakota; Amy,\ Mrs Carl Meyer of Minneapolis. Lakoia Homecoming The Homecoming for Lakot.r graduates Was held Nov. 30 with ti very large crowd present. There were alumni present from almost all classes back to Give your chickens STONE MO Granite Grit to make costly feed PRODUCE MORE .Your chicken manure may bo full of unprocessed nutrients - valuable egg and body building ingredi- entsthat never had a chance to do .their real work ( This is why Stonemo's extra grinding surfaces are so valuable. |Your birds need these sharp^ rough surfaces to grind their feed thoroughly — so that more of the nutritive values may be used for ( eggs or meat : .The best newalabout Stonemo we have left to the last. The cost of putting more of the valuable nutrients to work is less than l /t cent per bird per month. Stonemo is the over* whelming cjioice of poul-i trymen who watch costs^ Order several bags with) your next lot of feed. 1929. Mrs C. A. Gutknecht received a orizc for being the earliest graduate prcst.nl. Mrs Bruce Munson (Jeanttte Anderson) for coming the farthest. Burt basketball teams were hero to meet the local teams. Ln- kota girls scored 63 to 44, while the Burt boys scored 50 to 43 for Lakota. The band entertained between games by forming the letter B ;<nd playing the Burt school song and L Lakota. Each class. As Advertised In Farm & Home Section CLOVERLEAF HATCHERY & FEED HEATED BY chose a queen, with lona Sach.s lor Seniors, Sherry Lou Anderson, Junior; Cynthia Thompson sophomore and Cheryl Henzke. i .-(.•; hman. Carol Winter received several awards for her past years cllort: in Hie Lakota Luckies 4-H CJub. A pin irom Montgomery -Vvari, and company. A sewing kit lor her long time record book anr, ironi the Kossuth County Farm Bureau a Clothes Brush for highest record book in her club .M. year ago Carol was awarded a v.rip to tne Livestock Kxposi lion lit Chicago. -:' Sherry Clabaugh, student nursu in Kochesler, Ivimn., was a weoK- end visitor with her parents. Mr V. A. Barrett was in Chicago, ill. Dec. 5 through 9, attending the National .Midwest Band Clinic. He accompanied of group of other directors irom rvormern imva and southern Minnesota. Don Werijes reiuwieti to his homo Friday from the Buttaio Center hospital where he had a major operation. Mrs C. C. Uerzeina onj Mr: Greta Sleeker were Friday afternoon visitors in the John Bruns home at Buffalo Center. Mrs Jonantia I'Tecincns, mother o; Mrs Uerzerna, is presently staying wan mrs Bruns. Mr and Mrs Kussell TePaski. 01 iiumbolot were visitors at Hie Vernon bmith home .Nov. i>0 en- route to tneir home Irom Kocn esier. Thuy were bringing tlvjn son Larz'y home atier o wc-oks in at. Mary's hospital after he was struck by a car. He has made much improvement in the last two weeKs. 'ihe younger son Lonny had stayed with the while Mr 'i'ePaske had on to Rochester. Andrew Jansen is recuperating at his home following major ^urgery at Hoiy Jh'aanuy riuspmu n> Esthervillo A week ago Saiur- uuy. Mr and Mrs Russell Rugg oi Ceuar 1'ails were saiuraay dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Vernon JJarwin Meyer • visited at his home here Saturday and Sunday cnroute to a new camp in Massachusetts. Mrs Kose Khamstock has moved into her new home, the former Anna Paulsen house, south oi the creamery. Mrs Rhamstock has been living in a trailer house. Her daiahtefs, -Mrs Wiitred Hadg of I30ne Kock and Mrs Ted Vera of Algona were here to assist her. Mr and Mrs Walter Hans oi Swea City visited the latter's mother, Mrs Ida Ukena Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Lloyd Eichenbcrger are pnrcnts of a baby girl born' at a Mankato hospital. Mrs Eichenberger and baby •camu home Friday. Andrew Jansen received word Friday of the death of his oldei brother Jerry of Easton, Minn. He had died oi a heart attack while doing the evening chores and was found by his wifo who went to look for him as she thought he nad been gone too Ing. Jerry : about ti.l years of age, was thi; eldest son of the late Mr and Mrs Bonus Jansen of Lakota, and had lived in Minnesota tor many years. His wife is the former .-\iice Beason also of this community. Mrs Andrew Jansen accompanied another brother, Mr and Mrs Herman Jansen to Easton Saturday afternoon. A 21% Increase Over last Year At This Same Time Mrs Ted Wagner cntertainea the Contract Club members and Mrs Francis Murphy at a 1:30 luncheon at her home Saturday afternoon. Contract bridge w;i; the afternoon's diversion. High prize went to Lena AHinan U.her pri/cj went to Mrs Francis Murphy, Mrs* George Leiiert/ and Mrs J. F. Hamm. Mrs Karl Baessler eritertaincc 'Ihe Delta Dele Club at her homt Thursday afternoon with a I we o'clock luncheon. Following the luncheon auction bridge was the aft*.moon's diversion. High prize went to Mr-i Joe Sanders. Othei prizes went to Mrs.J. F. Hamm Dinner guests Sunday at the Henry Groh home were Mr and Mrs Phillip Erdir.an, Mr and Mrs Fred L:n:tJkr and Mr and Mr; Jake Erdrr.unn all of Rtnwick In the afternoon they all visited Carl Crc>h at LuVerne, who is ill. Mr Groh loft Tuesday for an Iowa City hn.ipital. Mr and Mrs Lyle Dudley and family <i! HayfuTJ, Minn, spent the past week ho re visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs Myron Dudley and relatives at Dakota City Mr and Mrs Corliss Dudley and family of Webster City visited Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs Myron Dudley. ' Mr und Mrs Hc-nry Groh attended a Fire-side im-etini; of the St. Paul Lutheran church at their home Sunday Evening. Mr and M,s Zoli Beiryhill oi Estfiorviile v. e;-o Sunday afternoon viijiwj .':! the homo of Mrs Mujviu Berry;::!!. M,- und I-.!;: J-,i.n O. H.:.iU,:.-n, Erne?'. Log.ue and Mr jiri Mi? J. F. lia;;::u MU-nck-a ttii. iuuu.sk ::xji,-per at B tie Thui'suay cvc- rnr.i; guests with her mother, Mrs Marcia Berryhill. Mr and Mrs Marshall Forget- son of Northwood spent the weekend here with her sisle% Mrs Elmer Gronbach. Mr nnd Mrs Alfred Bormann and family (if Bancroft were Sunday visitors with his parents, Mr and Mrs Nick Bormann. Mr and Mrs Dave Coleman attended the wedding of Joyce Roephe and Kenneth Thompson at the Zion Lutheran church Sunday afternoon. Mrs Bess Devine, Mrs Frank Reding and daughter Jean, Mrs John Reding and Mrs John Wey- dcrt of Algona attended a miscellaneous shower at Woden Sunday afternoon in honor of Joan Devine, who will be married to a Mr Grey of Hutchins at the Catholic Church in Corwith Dec. 27th. She is a niece of these Uuies. Mr nnd Mrs Sherman Wickre sang in the Messiah in Fort Dodge Sunday evening. Mrs Jessamine Miller accompanied them. Mr and Mrs Tom Taylor of Bradgate and Mr and Mrs L. Houck attended the baptism of their grandaughter Christy Lynn Houck at the Methodist church Sunday morning. Mr and Mrs Tom Taylor were dinner guests Sunday at the home of their daughter, Mrs Wallace Houck. Mr and Mrs Stanley Seger left Thursday for Chicago, 111. for a visit with Mrs Seger's brother-in- law and sister, Mr and Mrs Larry Stiltz and son-Tony. • Irvington By Marguerite Mulligan John Dole speiu last weekend at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Elmer Dole. Mrs Olive Hatide'n received announcement of the arrival of a granddaughter born to Mr and Mrs John Norris at Monongo, N. D.'on Nov. 19th. Mary Catherine Bormann spent the weekend at the home of her grandmother, Mrs Marie Frankl. Mr and Mrs Don Bormann, Mi and Mrs Matt Bormann and Barbara drove to Minneapolis or Saturday to see "Cinerama Holiday' 1 . They also visited Mr anr Mrs Donald Frankl. Mrs Jay D. Graham entertained members of the Jolly Ten Club at her home Friday afternoon in observance of her birthday. Present were Irma Doege, Clara Graham, Charles Habeger, Mary Beth Hamilton. Bertha Koestler, Frances Sarchet, Cora Stow, Bertha Stow and Loretta Waltman. (JDM Classifieds Pay Dividends READY FOR YOUR CHOOSING AT... HLHAAS HARDWAR It's illgh onto impossible for us to begin io list everything we have in this hardware store for your gift-choosing . . . but we've made a good try! Wei suggest you drop in at Kohlhaas Hardware and see for yourself all the practical, low-priced items we have here for a happy Christmas 1 the answer to your Christmas Shopping Problem I THE IDEAL GIFT There is a Nite Life Slipper for every member of the family. Visit our Slipper Department and choose from the largest selection in town. Men's Slippers - Ail Styles, All Sizes 6-14 Women's Slippers — All Styles, Sizes 4-11 Children's Slippers - All Styles, All Sizes ALL AT THE-'NEW: LO5W£R PRICES BROWN kill SHOrSTDRE ALGONA, IOWA 'THE SHOE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR FEET' ?S •:; •5:3 I SECURITY and PROTECTION are yours forever' WHEN YOU BUY G lumbia DIAMOND RINGS _^—* famous GUARDIAN ANGEl — itlf-ad. j (uilt to III* natural shop* of your • fingtr ... no twitting or turning : —your ring l» always ptrftclly: poiltionedl : SERIES Top VAIU£ -plus ixdutin Guardian Angd MOT! CTION U. 5. Pot. 26IJ3U :••> i • Steak Knife Sett $ Mixing Bowl Sets $ Covered Cake Plates • Hanging Spice Sets • Electric Room Heaters • O Table & Bedroom Radios • Electric Hair Dryers 9 Aluminum Ovenware © Glass Coffee Servers © Large Lazy Susans • Electric Percolators 9 New Serving Tables © Serving Casseroles. 9 Electric Clocks 9 Clothes Hampers © Bathroom Scales © Party Coaster Sets & Centerpiece Sets ® Knife Sharpeners © Table Cutlery Sets © Pressure Cookers 9 Ash Tray Sets © Glass Tumbler Sets @ Colored Dinnerware €> Kitchen Juicers PEACE OF MIND is yours at no extra cost with a Columbia Diamond Ring — because it will never slip off your finger unless you take it off! For value, brilliance and quality, you can't beat these exquisite bridal OUR DIAMOND ROOM Affords Complete Privaty In Ths Choice of Your Diamond For Her , No matter how crowded our store may be . • . when it is Ihe choice of a Diamond you have in mind, we are most happy io consult with you in the complete privacy of our "Diamond Room." Here, in comfort also, we can put before you a selection of the Diamonds you axe interested in seeing. Here, Too! When you come to Kohlhaas Hardware for a look-see at our many home gifts, and welcome gifts for the men, be sure to drop back and see our Toy section. This stock is complete now, so take pick-of-the-crop and have us set your toys aside on Lay- Away until you want them for the kids at Christmas. And feel free to come in and "just look around" — we'll be glad to have youl Select Now On LAY-AWAY Just A Small Deposit Holds Any Purchase WILTGEN WP wBiF ^BBB^ ^i9 ^^W ^^^^^^w ^RVP IMP ^^^ ^^^ ^^™ ^^B ^^Hfi^ Electrical Appliances -K Sunbeam -K General Electric Hamilton Beach Electric Irons (Steam or Dry) General Electric Sunbeam -K General Mills Electric Pop-Up Toasters » Sunbeam General Electric Dominion Electric Deep Fryers •^-Sunbeam Fryryte West Bend Electric Roasters Westinghouse General Electric Nesco - AND LOTS AND LOTS OF SMALL PRACTICAL "TUCK-IN" GIFT ITEMS I • Fishing Tackle Boxes • Fishing Rods & Reels • Electric Power Tools o Rifles and Shotguns. o Electric Camp Lanterns • Thermos & Food Kits • Hammers, Saws, Braces — And All Other Workbench Tools

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