The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 18, 1957 · Page 20
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 18, 1957
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T (lo.) Upp*t thumley, July II, Norman Kayser Of Sf, Joe To Wed August 5 St. Joe — Announcement has been made of the approaching marriage of Helen Ivory, daughter of Mrs and the- late W. ,T Ivory of Fort Dodge, and Norman Kayser, son of Mr and Mrs Peter Kayser of here, on August 51 h in Sacred Heart Church in Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Charles Schuller of Dubuque were visitors here on Saturday with cousins, Mr and Mrs Peter Kayser and family. Mr and Mrs Don McGuire are parents of a son born Saturday July 13, in St. Ann Hospital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Peter Kayser , are maternal grandparents and Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire are paternal grandparents, all from here. Robert J. Hilbert, FN, son of Mr and Mrs John Hilbert, left Monday from Mason City for San Francisco, after sepnding a 30 day furlough here with home folks. A family picnic was held Sunday in the Hilbert home with the following in* attendance: Mr and Mrs Peter Gengler, Mr and Mrs George Garber and family of LeMars; Mr and Mrs Dale Dencklau, Barbara and Karen of Vincent; Mr and Mrs George Geng« ler, Ralph and Bill Gengler and Mr and Mrs Robert Gengler and family all of Whittemore; Mr and Mrs Frank Brink and family and Mr and Mrs Joe Wollner and family of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Nick Gengler of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Emil Thilges and family of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Irwin Fuhrmann and family from Minneapolis spent the weekend here tvith relatives. On Sunday Irwin and Delores Berte were sponsors for a nephew, infant son of Mr and Mrs Adam Berte, in St. Mary's Church in Cofwith. Mr and Mrs K. L. Kohlhaas and Mr and Mrs John Mertz were Sunday evening visitors in the Henry Kohlhaas home in Algona. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Lallier and family from Kansas City, Mo. are visitors in the Kohlhaas home. Mrs Lallier Is the former Kohlhaas, daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Kohlhaas. Mr and Mrs Ed Bormann and family spent Sunday with Marilyn Bormann, student nurse in St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital in Ft. Dodge. Marilyn is the oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Bormann. Mr and Mrs Maurice Laubenthal and family of Wesley were Wednesday evening visitors here in the K. L. Kohlhaas home. Delores Berte is spending several weeks with her sister and family, Mr and Mrs Louis Laubenthal near Bancroft. Mr and Mrs John Naumann and Mr and Mrs William Kisting and farnily all from Dubuque were visitors several days here In the Peter Kayser home last week. Mrs Naumann is a sister and Mrs Kistifig is a neice of Mrs Kayser. Reinald Salz, Milford Plathe and Francis Erpelding attended a K, C. special school of instruction in Carroll on Sunday for the western half of the state. David Alfred" Kirsch, infant son of Mr and Mrs Gerald Kirsch, born on July 3, was baptized on Sunday by Rev. Klein in St. Joseph's Church in Wesley. Sponsors were Mrs Peter Kirsch and Alfred Reding. Guests in the Kirsch home in observance /.t r* .1- You Are Planning To Buy ANY Make... AHEAD OF ALL Drive The '57 Chevrolet Before You Make A Decision WE'Ri CERTAIN.'THAT THI COMFORT AND QUALITY OF YOUR FIRST ORIV1 IN THi CHEVRQIET'WILI PROVE TO YOU THAT YOU DON'T HAVE .TO PAY A FANCY PRICf TO RECEIVE AU OF THE F&f'URES FOUND IN CARS COSTING MUCH MORE! Pence of Mind . . . Thofi hew mony folk* refer tp the wonderful feeling they have with the knowledge thot their car if going to be treated with reipect at the well-equipped K05SUTH MOTOR COMPANY, Service is becoming more important with the development of greater engineering advances. ,11 1 i For The Finest Deal, A Superior Car, The Best Service, Competitive Prices ossuth Motor Co. of occasion were Mr and Mrs Alfred Reding and family, Mr and Mrs Peter Kfrseh and family and Mrs Mary Reding. Mr and Mrs Bob Williams and daughter Ellen from Los Angeles, Calif., were visitors in the John Origer home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Williams is a niece of the Origers. : Mrs Cecelia Reilly and family of Janesville, Wis., is visiting relatives. Mrs Reilly is a sister of Herman and Charles Plathe from here and Mrs Katie Thilges of Algona. Mr and Mrs John Origer, Mary Jane and Gary Willfong from here attended a family gathering on Saturday evening when a picnic supper was held «t the Ronald Collins home near Lone Rotk. Brother Math Berte from Tech- ney. 111. was a visitor here this week with his mother, Mrs Susan Berte and other relatives. Ruth Ann Klein, Doris Ann Kohlhaas from here, Mary Shanley from Webster City and Barbara Kellner spent from Sunday till Wednesday with Mrs Arnie Geischecker in Algona. Riverdale Rustlers Unit 1 and II will hold their July monthly meeting on Monday evening, July 22 in St. Joseph's School Hall and also help will be given all members with their record books. Achievement day instructions will be given. Mr and Mrs Fred Fox, St. Paul, Minn, were Monday night over nite guests in the Orville Wag her home, enroute to Bloomfield Neb. Mrs Fox and Elaine Wag- rjer were roommates while em ployed in Washington, D. C. from Sept. 1955 to Aug. 1950. The annual K. C. and C.D.A picnic is scheduled on St. Joseph's Parish grounds on Sunday, July 21st. AJgwifl 58c Support Price Set On 1957 Oats Crop The price support or government loan rates which will be in effect on barley, oats, wheat and flaxseed produced in Kossuth county this year have been announced by Virgil L. Rohlf, manager of the county, ASC. The Kossuth county rates on these commodities follow: Oats, 58 cents per bushel; wheat $2.10 per bushel] barley .97 per bushel, and flaxseed, $2.97 per bushel. The rate for 1957—crop wheat s the same as for the 1956 crop, nit the rates on this year's oats, barley and flaxseed are a few cents lower than those for 1956. The ASC office has not yet been advised of the county rate for 1957 rye but the national erage rate was fixed some time at $1.15 „- at $1.15 per bushel or 12 cents less than for the 1956 crop, so the county rate for 1957 is expected to be lower than that for 1956. Price support on barley, oats, rye, wheat and flaxseed will be available to producers from harvest time to next January 31 in the form of loans and purchase agreements. Applications must be filed at the county ASC Office, the same as in other years, and the offered grains must meet certain quality requirements. Wheat must also have been produced in compliance with acreage allotment and marketing quota rules. The Kossuth county ASC office has been advised that the price support rate for grain sorghum produced in this county this year will be $1.75 per 1 hundredweight or 8 cents less than last year. The Department of Agriculture has announced national average support, rates of $1.36 per bushel for 1957 corn and $2.09 per bushel for 1957 soybeans, but county-by- county rates have not yet been fixed. However, county rates for these commodities will be a few cents lower than last year since the national average for 1957 corn is 14 cents lower than for 1956 and the natiqnal average for 'soybeans is 6 cents under the 1956 figure. , Steward Family Reunion, July 7 Burl — Some 55 people attended the annual Steward family reunion held Sunday, July 7, at the State Park in Clear Lake. This year relatives came from several states including California. Present were Mr and Mrs Orville Steward, Mr and Mrs Jim Steward and three children of Garner; Mr and Mrs Anton Pann-1 kuk, Kanawha; Mr and Mr Lloyd Steward of Davis, Calif. Mr and Mrs Onel Steward, Glen view, 111.; Mr and Mrs Lars. Kva lo, DeForest, Wise.; Mr and Mr Layern Schumacher with threi children and Mervin Schumach er, Albert Lea, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Myron Meinzer and two girls of Dexter, Minn. Mr and Mrs John Henning anc two boys of Mishawaha, Jnd. Mrs Abbie Steward, Mason City Doris, Marlene, Betty, LeRoy Eugene and Merlan Steward with Marilyn Duncomb of St. Ansgar Mr and Mrs Harold Steward and Richard, Mr and Mrs Walter Stew^d and two boys, Mr and Mrs Clifford Abbas and two girls all of Burt; Roger Steward "of Hurt and freind Betty Wright of Memo: Mr and Mrs John Scott of Oolliver. Visitors were Jeanette Abbas and Janice Estbere O f Algona. ' * Loans on life insurance policies m the United States now total about 3Ms billion dollars. The world's largest diamond is now in the British crown collection. It weighs 3,108 carats. GAS FOR LESS For Furnaces YOUR COAL OR OH HEATING EQUIPMENT We Will Buy If You Convert to GAS In July During July, we will BUY your present coal or oil heating equipment, making it extremely worth your while to arrange for conversion to Gas heating now. Your old equipment will be replaced by modern Gas heating equipment, completely up-to-date and your heating system will be ready to go with the first cold weather. Here at your Gas Company offices, we can give you full details, and also explain easy finance plgns which are available to all Gas customers. In brief, July is the tfme to convert to Gas heat - that's for sure! i ! • ' • '** IF DESIRED, NO PAYMENTS NEEDED UNTIL SEPTEMBER - PAYMENTS AS LOW AS $5.00 MONTHLY ON YOUR GAS BILL CAU US NOW AND A REPRESENTATIVE WILL COME TO YOUR HOME AND GIVE YOU A FREE ESTIMATE NORTH CENTRAL Public Service Co. i Phone CY 4*2484 "YOUR GAS COMPANY 11 Phone CY 4-2484 I I 1 I

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