The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 5, 1957 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 5, 1957
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*-Afgief»e (to.) Upp*r tot Mofrret Trwwda?, $*pf. 5, LuVerne Lady Heads College Library Dept, LuVerne _ Either Merkle visited over the Labor Day weekend in the homes of her sister and brother, the Henry Marty and Ftf'rl Merkle families. Mi. c s Merkle graduated August 23. nt the University of Dmver. with a Masters Degree in Library S'r'fiw. She goes to head the libtrirv department of Westmar Mater. LoMars. her first Alma Miss Merkle came to live in „_.. lllt Mlt , LuVerne December. 1944. called no accidents. to Rockford, ni., Columbus, Ohio, and home by the Lake of the Ozarks. Mr and Mrs Billy Hardcopf spent the Labor Day weekend on a vacation trip to the Dells in Wisconsin. Their son, year old Mark, stayed in the parental Alvine Hardcopf home. Mr and Mrs Wayne Marty, son, Alan, arrived Monday to visit in the parental Henry A. Marty home. They were en.route home from Bismark, N. D.. where they visited in the parental Esplund home. Wayne and family will live in Iowa City where he is enrolled at the University for further education. He taught the past three years in the Green. Iowa school. Mrs James Sloter left to join her husband James Sloter in basic training, at Fort E. Leonard Wood, Missouri. Mrs Sloter is the former Marsha Prior, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Prior, Lu- Verne. 104 Get Red Cross Swim Certificates, Wesley Pool Wesley The Wesley swimming pool closed Sunday. August 25, with an attendance increase over the previous years, and with by the serious illness of her mother the late Mrs George Mer- klr. who passed away the Inst of Mf.reh 194.-.. She wns 1h"n a tencher in the Red Bird Mission School in Kenturkv. She then tnu'ght the first grade in the Lu- Verne school 1945-56 and lived with and cared for her aged late father George Merkle who passed away July. 1955. New Arrivals Born in St. Ann hospital, Algona. Friday, August 30, 1957 a eight and one half pound son to Mr and Mrs Everett Schipull. They have three other sons. Dale, LeRoy and Burt. Mrs. Schipull is the former Cecil Summers, Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull, LuVerne are the grandparents. Born in an Iowa City hospital, Sunday, September 1, 1957, a six pound, five ounce daughter Susan Patricia to Mr and Mrs James Roberts, Iowa City, their first child. Mrs Roberts is the former Marilyn Hefti, daughter of Mr and Mrs Walter Hefti of Britt formerly LuVerne. The Roberts go to niake their home in Louisiana where Mr Roberts will be associated with the University at Baton Rouge. James Put/stuck, Ottosen, Mr find Mrs Arlan McPherson, Dakota City were here Saturday assisting their brother and sister, Mr and Mrs Joseph Putz- stuck and children, as they moved to the parental Bert Putzstuck farm. Gerald Putzstuck, F. N., concluded his 30 day furlough with his parents the Bert Putzstucks and left Thursday for over seas duties out of San Diego. Mr and Mrs Robert Lee Lichty and children of Elmhurst, 111.; visited relatives and friends Monday afternoon. They were en- route home from St. Agatha, Sask., Canada where they visited for a week with his aunt Mrs Beatrice Lichty Harrison and family. They were guests in the home of his uncle the Bob Zweifel family near Renwick. Mrs Janice Sanford moved Monday to the residence she purchased recently from Bert Putz- stuck. Assisting in the move were her children Wayne Sanford, James Trawger, Milton Wilhelm families, LuVerne, Irvin McGowans Clear Lake and Allmond Havicks, Badger. • • Mrs Anna Blumer Barnes of Hubbard, Neb., visited her brothers and sisters, Peter, Fred and- Luella Blumer here, Edward Blumer and Mrs Marie Ogren in Algona. Mrs Emma Ristau, Nora Springs, visited the past week with her sister Mrs TiUie Meyer, her brother Fred Tiede and sister-in-law Mrs Alvina Tiede. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Marty visited the past week in Cedar Falls in the home of her parents •the Rev. and Mrs A. S. Beckman. The Rev. Beckman underwent recent surgery. Mrs Nelle Biegger has been a patient at the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital, the past two weeks, suf- ferig with her back. She is in a cast and may be there some time. Mrs Harry Stauffacher entered the Fort Dodge Mercy hospital Wednesday, August 28, for medical observation. The Lowell Thomas family moved Friday to the home of his father E. P. Thomas. Mrs Harry A. Marty, daughter Marie Kay, sister Miss Esther 'Merkle and Mrs William Bigings, visited Saturday evening in the home of the farmers sister Mr and Mrs Walter L. Hefti in Britt. Mr and Mrs Arnold Thomas and daughter of Stanhope and Dorrance Thomas of St. Paul, Minn,, were Labor Day weekend guests in the parental Bert Thomas home. Labor Day weekend guests in the Clarence Nielsen home were her sisters Mr and Mrs Leland . Thaves and Linda of Des Moi'nes and Mr and Mrs Arthur Weise of Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs Kate Barton visited the past week in the home of her daughter, the Dwight Hardgrove family in Fort Dodge. Mrs John Rogers, five children, Los Angeles, Calif., was here on a vacation visit with her mother and Sister and brother Howard Bartone family, Livernjpre. Carl Grab,, attending a linotype '• school in Charles City spent the Labor Day weekend with Mrs Groh and Diane. Fred Hlnz, Veteran's Home in Msrshaljtown, visited Friday to Tuesday with relatives and friends here, Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull, her parents Mr and Mrs George gra»leewe, Clarion, attended a Brsnleewe reunion and picnic held Monday j n Buffalo Center. llr and M« Robert Barber, his ' Mri WiW»m Meyer. Whit,. . Jwv* tttynwd from a wwk's vacation trip. They went One hundred and four Wesley and Titonka children received Red Cross swimming certificates. Among these there were six who received Junior Life Saving Certificates. They were Barbara Leek. Rodney Hinchs, Diane Newbrough, Keith Neuroth, Helen Lickteig and Shirley Reiling. Three received Senior Life Saving Certificates: Gloria Wise, James Raney and Roger Flom. The pool management and supervisor of swimming lessons was carried on by Bill.Loebig Jr., with the competent Assistance of Julia Raney and Ellen Root. 3 New Arrivals The baby girl born to Mr and Mrs Jack Vetzthum was baptized Linda Sue Sunday in St. Joseph's catholic chufch by Rev. L. N Klein. Mr and Mrs Luke Youngwirth were sponsors. She was born August 20 and is the young couple's first child. Mr and Mrs Bob Studer of Atlanta, Georgia, are proud parents of their first child, Michael Kell. born Wednesday August 28. Mrs Viola Studer is the infants paternal grandmother. Bob is a pilot for Delta Airlines. A baby boy was born to Mr and Mrs Chuck Studer at the Britt hospital Saturday August 31. Mrs Studer is the former Maxine Klocke and they have three other children, Debbie, and 13 months old twins Dennis and Donald. Mr and Mrs Herman Studer are the paternal grandparents. Return For Visit Mr and Mrs Louis Wingert and 5 children from Marshfield, Wis., spent the Labor Day weekend at rence Wingert and visited other relatives and friends. They farmed south of town a number of years ago. Home From Vacation Mr and Mrs John Paulson and daughters Janice and Joyce returned recently from a 10 days visit with relatives in Duluth and Minneapolis and with the Clarence Donovans in Park Rapids, Minn. W. S. C. S. Meets W.S.C.S. met Wednesday, September 4 in the Methodist church with the Mesdames Luther Nygaard, Ray Smith, and Clarence Askersons as hostesses. Devotions were led by Olive Erdman and the missionary lesson was given by Veva Lease. Plans were perfected for their annual chicken dinner which will be served Thursday, Sept. 19. Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer and family and their houseguests Mr and Mrs Marvin Studer and Kathy of Lansings Illinois attended the Sheppman family reunion held Sunday in the fair grounds at Algona. Mr and Mrs Bill Studer and children of Clarion were Labor Day guests in the parental Mrs Viola Studer home. A group of Methodist men met at the church Tuesday, Sept. 3rd to repair the cement steps and sidewalk leading into the church property. New cement steps have been built at the front entrance of the Clarence Ackerson home, vacated by Dennis Carlson's and now occupied by Bob Lickteigs. The Martin Hamilton home is being repainted. The basement and foundation of the Frank Bleich house is nearing completion. Mr and Mrs Pearly Harpnes Jr. f~ , — ? '•—*••-»»•• N* *•!» ATAA dlJU 4.41O A CCIi IV XAal^lilCO Ul. the home of his brother Law- and 2 children of El Paso, Texas left Wednesday, Sept. 4, for their home following a week's visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs P. C. Haynes. Mrs R. J. Saunche of Uau Clair. Wis., concluded a 2 weeks visit in the parental P. C. Haynes home on Saturday, when her husband came to get her. I'-win Haynes, who has managed a cafe in Eau Clair for several months resigned and returned to Wesley for health reasons. Mr and Mrs Marvin Studer and Kathy of Lansing, 111., spent the Labor Day weekend at the parental J. P. Studer home. Virginia Studer, who is employed in Blue Earth, spent the weekend at home. Margaret and Ro?e Studer, who visited their brother Stanley Studer and family last week returned home with their sister Virginia. Grace Goetz returned to Mankato. Minn., Monday to resume her studies at college there. She had spent a week's vacation at her parental, Leo Goetz home. Sharlene Downs, older daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Downs, went to Mankuto Monday and enrolled in the business college. She is a 1957 graduate of Wesley high school. Mrs Jim Walker and infant son Dean Allen were brought home Thursday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, when the baby was born August 23. The Catholic Missionary Society will meet Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 11. Mrs Joe Weig and Caroline Schuler will serve lunch. The CDA's will meet Wednesday evening, Sept. 11. Servers will be Clara Haverly, Felice Hilbert, Marjorie Goetz, Katherine Hamilton and Mildred Cosgrove. Entertainers'will be Mildred Arndorfer, Clara Goetz, Mildred Martin, Elizabeth Hildrnan and Katherine Seller. Mr arid Mrs Louis Grossman and family of Carroll were Sunday callers on their relatives the Ben and the Paul Bergers. Mr and Mrs James Becker of Bancroft were Monday guests of the Ray and Mrs Justine Blecker homes. Vincent Fish of Manly left Tuesday for his home following a 6 day visit with his daughter, Mrs Floyd Armstrong and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Flom and children of Minneapolis spent the Labor Day weekend at the parental, Mrs Eunice Nelson home, and with the H. H., Halvor and Erling Floms. Mr and Mrs Vernon Anderson of Caljendar were week end guests in the Dale White home. They are parents of Mrs White. They celebrated the third birthday of Teddy White. Mrs Louis Osborne of State Center is spending several weeks with her daughter, Mrs Dwight Brims and family. Mrs Bruns is Ernie Williams Reminds You That • Q U N D E E D E £^ ^B^ Bl ™ H^B HBW^ SHI IBB 9HIL Hhl Field Demonstrations Are Set For Tuesday, Sept. 10, Near Waterloo Ride the Chartered AIR CONDITIONED BUS From Ernie's — Make RESERVATIONS NOW See all the equipment at the Big J-D Field Day DRIVE IT YOURSELF At The Beck Brother's Farm, 10 Miles South Waterloo 9:30 A.M. - 4:30 P.M. Central Standard Time And Since Ever/one's Going, ERNIE'S FARM STORE On Demonstration Day WILL BE CLOSED But Ernies Used Buys Never Stop At The Town Lot 1949 Pontigc Sedan Coupe $2.95 1950 Pontiae~Strm. deluxe $325 1953 Pentiae 2 dr., above average $995 19SQ Chevrolet ~ 4 door ,__ $295 1949 Chevrolet ~ Trgck ___ $295 1953 Chevrolet - Sedan ___ $995 1953 Chevrolet - 2 door $895 1950 Byjck Sedanet del. $395 1949 Bulck - 4 dr. Serf. , $295 1949 Bulck - 4 dr. $225 1950 Plymouth - 4 dr. dlx $225 1948 Plymouth - 4 dr. «ed. $125 1955 Ford V»8, cwitcm line _ $1495 1954 Packard, 4 doer $1495 1953 Cadillac, 4 door ______ $1895 By the Farm Store 1 Used JO 55H 3 bottom plow with HS 314 bottoms — like new $380 1 Used JD 55H314 - Plow Very good $300 I Used Case 314 Plow — 2 yrs. old — like new $295 1 Used IHC 314 slat plow $145 1 Used Case 316 Plow $145 1 JO No. 5 314 Plow $ 60 Several 2 bottom plows $35 & up 2 John Deere H Spreaders $160 2 IHC 200 Spreaders $lig Stanhoist leader like new Save $100 Stanhoist wagon boxes 6 x 10 6 x 12 _ Save $ 50 John Deere 18" Elevator Save $100 John Deere No. 43 Sheller .._ Save $ 90 Drive One of the New JOHN DtfcKt IK ACTORS one of the instructors at the public school. Ed Thissen of Waterloo came Saturday to get his wife atld family, who had spent a week in the Helen Johnson and Martin Hamilton homes. Wesley township homemakers will hold an organization Tea at the Charles Nyaard home Tuesday, Sept. 17. Sister Gertrude Ann left Sunday for her work as Registrar at St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana following a visit with her mother, Mrs Mary Otis and other relatives here. She had also visited her sister, Sister Mary Immaculate, who is at St. Catherine's College in St. Paul. Mary Ellen Gary, daughter of Mr and Mis Neil Gary of Akron, Ohio, will take her first year of college at St. Mary's college. She is a niece of Sister Gertrude Ann. Mr and Mrs Bob Baker and 2 children of Denver, spent the La£>or Day weekend at her paren- taf L. H. Kloinpeter house. Mrs Baker is the former Diane Klein- petpr. Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer and Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson observed their tenth wedding anniversary Monday, Sept. 2. They went water-skiing at Crystal Lake. Mr and Mrs Jim Lincoln and children of Grinnell spent the weekend in the parental Ihno Gerdes home. Mr and Mrs Richard Mayes and children left Sunday for their home at El Paso, Texas. They had visited her parents, Mr and Mrs Ihno Gerdes a week. Mr and Mrs J. T. Meurer were Sunday guests in the A. M. Lerfi- kee home in Algona. Jim Meurer, who is employed at a lumber yard in LuVerne spent Sunday and Monday at the home of his sister and family the Don Vogels at Lohrville. Mr and Mrs Karl Kiilsholm en* tertained a group of friends at dinner Sunday in honor of his stepmother, Mrs Vlggo Kiilsholm of Lemvig, Denmark, who is concluding seven months visit here and will return home soon. Mr and Mrs Don Kraus and Rickie visited friends in Laurens Sunday. Old Settlers At Livermore Livetmofe — The annual Old Settlers picnic will be held at the Log Cabin Park in Livermore, Saturday, Sept. 7, with a picnic dinner at noon. Coffee and ice cream will be served by the association. In pioneer davs the early settlers got together for a visit, to exchange ideas, recipes and talk about their children. This annual picnic and reunion resulted in the organization of Old Settlers Association in 1885. Later it was decided to erect a cabin near the highway at Livermore in which to gather eaeh year. The present cabin was erected in 1890. On the interior of the cabin many be found the names of these early pioneers. Following the dinner a business meeting' and program will be held, commencing at 1 o'clock. This year's officers are: Mrs Jes- samine Miller, president, Mrs and treasurer. The trustees are Edna Goodenougn, vice presi- Frank Hoffman, Oliver Christen- dent, Mrs John Olson, secretary son, and Carl Underberg. Regular Saving Will Provide Security ! Put your dollars to work for your future happiness by opening a savings account with us. Any amount will open an account here and earn extra high interest. Make money work for you. . 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