The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 22
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 12, 1957
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fto.) Upper DM Mo!n M Thursday, S*pt. 14, THonka P.T.A. Plans Teachers Party, Sept. 16 Titonka — The first meeting of the P.T.A. will be Monday evening, Sept. 16, at the 'school gymnasium with a reception for teachers scheduled. The new president, John Wrlhousen, along with vice president, Doris Miller, secretary. Miss Doloris Strobe 1 and treasurer. Ervin Guesk- ing, will have assistance from the following committees: Hospitality, Mrs Darrel Bess, Mrs Kenneth Swan, and Mrs Ray Cunningham. Membership, Erwiii Giesking. Robert BoekelmaD, Mrs Sophus Nelson and Mrs Erwin Eden. Program. Mrs Doris Miller, Mrs Harold Burgess, Jack Easlon. Harry Mehlan, Mrs Betty Schutjer and Mrs Vernon Wenger. Publicity chairman is Mrs George Sachau. Connie's^ Column Cute Story, Broiled Burgers and Favorite PUdding Cute story going 'round! About a young homemaker who gave a recipe to a new bride that called for "five glutt of syrup". The puzzled bride wanted an explanation of "gluks". "Easy", explained the homemaker. "just tap the jug till it says 'gluk { . Then do that four more tunes." Shades of the Past Indian pudding, *" Grandma's favorite! Mrs. M. Henton of St. Paul, Minn., heats 4 - tups milk until a film forms on top, then gradually stirs in '/a cup cornmeal. Now cook slowly, stirring constantly, 20 minutes. Remove from heat. Add 2 tbsp. butter, y t cup molasses, */< cup sugar, ft tsp. salt, */, tsp. cinnamon, y t tsp. ginger. Start the gas oven at 325 degrees. Beat 2 eggs till bubbly; stir into mixture gradually. Pour into 1% qt greased baking dish. Cover and bake 2 hours. Cool; serve with ice cream to six people. Made For Each Other Do husbands and wires bare to share mutual hobbies to be happy? Maybe, you don't care to sit through TV wrestling, Just as he cant get up any enthusiasm for flower shows. The secret is not to share every interest but to enjoy each others' enjoyment. • • • Extra Clean • Natural gas gets "washed" on Its way to you. It would take an engineer from the Northern Natural Gas Company to tell you exactly how it's done... but that's one of the steps this pipeline supplier puts natural gas through, on its way to your home town, and your local gas company. It's your assurance that the gas your local company delivers to your house is clean, never making extra housecleau- iiig chores for you. • • • Hidden Delight Double dip cheese* burger! Make two small meat patties and flatten them out. Put a big slice of Bermuda onion and a round slice of smoky cheese on top of one pattie; clap the other pattie on top, and broil 'era under your good gas broiler, * two Air Alerts The local ground observers post will hold two alerts this month. One was held Sept. 8 and the other one will be held Sunday, Sept, 22. The* alert will start at 8 a.m. and continue until 10 p.m. Interstate Power is setting posts for a new tower to be erected on land furnished by Jay Budlong on the ground south of the electric substation- on the northwest edge of town. It is hoped that the new tower will be completed for the September 22 elert. The local post was started in March 1953 and has participated in all elerts to date. At one time 100 members took part in an effort to build a tower and operate the post. Harvest Supper The Annual Harvest Supper at the Titonka Methodist Church will be held Wednesday, Sept. 18, with serving to begin at 5:30 p.m. < US At Flower Show One hundred forty five guests registered at the flower show held at the school Saturday. Sweepstake winner in two tri color was Mrs Ann Schwcrin, while 1st sweepstake winner was Mrs Mildred Cosgroye, Mrs Clarine Boyken won 2nd, anc Mrs Myrtle Plaisier won 3rd The two girls of the 4-H demonstration teaftj. Miss Sylvia Eden and Mis*; 'Virginia Frit* gave their demonstration "team. Miss Sylvia Eden 1 and Miss Virginia Fritz gave their demonstration of "Giant Steps To Better Blooms", which won a blue rib bon at the state fair. Katharine Fraser, Algona, A Bride At Minneap oils C O "J7 by Northern Nolvrgl Got Coaipoaf Mrs Bob Weaver, Mrs ,Keith Pries and Mrs Jerry Boekelman attended . aj,shower for Louella Meyer at the* Lutheran church at Britt on Sunday. Luella is the daughter of Mr and Mrs John Meyer. A group of ladies honored Mrs Dorothy Huisman Monday at a farewell party and each presented her with a hanky. Mr and Mrs Huisman moved this week to Corwith where he is working. Walter Baade has purchased the north building or part of the Gamble Store from Arthur Hench owner and operator of the store. The part bought has been used as the hardware store of his business and Mr Hench has already moved part of his merchandise to the south part of the store. Mr Baade plans to do extensive remodeling of the bteck half of the store and use as a repair shop and garage while the front portion will be used 'for repairs. Walter now operates a garage and repajr shop in the Walter Haack garage. A Chicken supper will be served to the public at the Doan Church west of Titonka Thursday, Sept. 12, with serving to begin at 5 o'clock p.m. Del Redmond and Lou Roberts were Thursday, evening guest? at the home of Mr 'and Mrs Eldon Attig. They celebrated Mr Redmond's birthday. . Mr and Mrs Fred Jennings and Mrs Harvey Graham returned Friday after a few days visit at Mr and Mrs Clarence Graham,at Adel and also to visit Geo. Graham at Veterans Hospital in Des Moines. George has undergone more surgery by amputation of his leg above the knee. Letters and cards would be appreciated and can be sent in care of Veterans hospital in Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Robert Boekelman are the parents of a baby daughter born Saturday at St. Ann hospital in Algona. She has been named Laura Lea and weighed 7 Ibs and 12% oz. at birth. They, are also the parents of two other children both girls, Wjn $t«?fe Honors Forrest Hbfbauer, supervisor for the north unit of the D.H.I.A. won himself some fine honors recently, . Forrest won third place in th6 state D.H.J.A. records and reports contest competing with some. 66 other D.H.I.A- supervis0rfe'.,pver the state',' He received his' aWard, at the annual Cow Conferehce held. September' 6 at the IoW State College, dairy fawn. , ';/' ' Y •" " l)t ' IF ITS WE WftNT IT "Tomorrow* This could be and You Are SUED FOR EVERYTHING You Have ©J»r comprehtftsJve PwujnjJ —, blttiy Insurance protect* yovur entire bouwhoid again*! liability faf bodily Injury or damage Jo Jh» pipp*rty of oitwr§« CfOroplffiff coTfrAgQ §| bomf or away. ' $10,000 protection for entire KsJp, Manager family only $8.00 per ye«r ALGONA INSURANCE AGENCY Phont CY 4-3176 X Katherine Mae Fraser, daughter of Mr and Mrs Clarence Fraser and Joseph John Deuhs. son of Mr and Mrs F. J. Deuhs. were married Saturday morning, Aug. 10 at 10 a.m. in St. Mark Catholic church at Minneapolis, the Rev. Francis J. Gilligan officiating. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of imported Swiss organdy with Sabrina neckline. She carried a bouquet of white roses and stephanotis. Her only jewelry was a necklace snd cross, a gift from the groom, and which has been in the Deuhs family the past two hundred years. Elizabeth Deuhs, sister of the groom, attended as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Irene Fraser, sister of the bride, Marlys Hansen and Donna Drager of Minneapolis. Honorary bridesmaids were Mrs Charles Schlievert, sister of the bride and Opal Kern. Barbara Schlie.vert, niece of the bride, seryed as flower girl. Richard Klein, of Minneapolis, was best man and ushers were Walter Gardner Jr., of St. Paul cousin of the bridegroom, Thomas Haig and Lee Krautkremer and junior ushers were tht bridegroom's brother, John Deuhs of St. Paul and the bride's brother, William Fraser. A reception was held in the V.F.W. hall in Minneapolis at which Dorene Fraser of Burt poured. After a wedding trip to north ern Minnesota, the couple has located at 2338 Marshall street. Mrs Deuhs will continue in the employ of the Northwestern Bell Phone Company and Mr Deuhs will resume his studies at St. Thomas College. KossuthDoes Well, State Fair Both boys and girls 4-H entries from Kossuth county did well at the Iowa State Fair in statewide competition. Virginia Fritz and Sylvia Eden won a demonstration blue ribbon and Reta Walker and Kay Fitzgerald, were other contestants in this division. They won a blue ribbon. Marilyn Johannesen represented Kossuth County in the style revue. Blue ribbon awards in clothing exhibits went to Merle Ann Harg. Mary O'Brien, Kay Fitzgerald, Shirley Schwietert, Ann Smith, •amela Andrews and Madonna Gisch. The boys crop judging teanf placed third in the state con' Team members are David Kollasch, Albert Kollasch, Leon Dumstorff and Bill Wilhelmi. David and Albert were third and fourth in individual contests. Extension Director Dean Barnes and James Antoine Jr. of Bancroft coached the team. Ed Dumstorff won a blue ribbon on his 'demonstration and Jim Kain and Don Madsen won a rod ribbon. The Kossuth livestock judging team took 17th out of 98 contestants. Members were Aaron Anliker, Roger Dreyer tend Daniel Skow. ! era states. Mr and Mrs Harold Stoddafd and Mr and Mrs Ralph Wilson spent last week on a sight seeing trip in Minnesota, Canada anc Wisconsin. Three hew babies were born io residents of this area Friday and Saturday. Friday a son was born to Mr and Mrs Al Foth and he has been named Brendt David. Mr and Mrs James Lempke named their son Gregory James. Saturday a son was born to Mr and Mrs Dean Zeman ahd he will be called Brian Alan. Lee Jar vis, Don Rutz, and Ray Stiltz returned Monday from National Guard camp at Camp Guernsey, Wyoming. Donald Anderson a former resident, was also among the group. Mrs Joe Weydert received a visit from her brother ahd his wife, Mr and. Mrs Ed Leonard and son of Detroit several days last week. $820 Spent by Red Cross for Pool Instruction According to the local Red Cross chapter, 925 boys and girls enrolled in the water safety program at three pools in the county during the past summer. Certificates will be mailed soon to 492 students who completed various training courses. Df the total, there were 248 jeginners. 127 intermediate, 44 swimmer, 11 advanced, 44 junior life saving and 18 senior life saving awards. Instructors Howard Stephenson, Don Cook, Marcia Stillman, Jill Clapsaddle and Jackie VanderWaal, Algona; Crjarles Slagle, Whittemore; and Wilfred Loebig, Wesley, were hired by the county Red Cross at a cost of $820 to teach water safety -at the three pools during the summer. Practically every town in the area had children participating in the program. In • medieval times use of ermine fur was restricted to royalty. Livermore The married couple's Club met at the Lutheran church Sunday evening. Hosts were Mr and Mrs Jim Hinton of Rutland, and Mr and Mrs Albert Schnider of LuVerne. The lesson was given by the Rev. Donald Heck. At the business meeting Mrs Bob Reidel of Bode resigned as secretary as they are moving to Algona. Mrs Daryl Frederick was elected to take her place. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Fuhrmann and family have returned from a trip through Kansas, Nebraska and Missouri. Mr and Mrs Earle Armstrong are on a fishing trip to Canada. A family reunion was held'at the Howard Barton home Sunday. Those present included Mrs Kate Barton of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Ernest Haack of Livermore and Mrs Emick and children of'Ringstad were among ,he 75 who attended the Wibben family reunibn Sunday at the Algona fairgrounds. Mrs Dena Saliger was elected historian and Mrs Don Saliger treasurer. Mr and Mrs Ernie Logue and Vlr and Mrs Stanley Seger have gone on a two weeks trip through Yellowstone Park and the west- HAPPY-UP A HOME PARTY WITH For sitting and sipping, or served with meals and snacks, the unique good COKE taste of Coke adds to the fun of any even! Friends dropping in tonight? * Better stock up on Coke today;; § the best-loved sparkling drink in all the world PARTY SUGGESTION! For after* dinner nibbling, band around "munch baskets'*. •. individual baskets lined with leaves, filled with raisuw and assorted nuts. Good with ice-cold Coke! _„„ _ __ ._„ SIGN 0p QQQQ fA$T£ lettlsd under authority of The C»ca-Cola Company by Mineral Springi Coso-Cola Bottling Co. Humboldt, Iowa Is Correspondent For Lakota News 'Mrs Goiilieb Riefer of La- kola is the new correspondent for ihe Algona Upper Deft Moines in Lakoia and adjacent territory. She Buceed* MM J«ry Heetland who has been a faithful correspondent for some years, but whose other activities and part-lime work m the Lakoia posloffice made it impossible to continue writing ihe news, Folks in ihe Lakoia area are invited io contact Mrs Riefer with iheir items, and she will appreciate cooperation from clubs and organi- sations .with news of their activities. Plum Creek 4-H Has Hay Ride Plum Creek boys 4-1! met at Roger and Jackie Keith's on September 4, with 17 present. Roger Keith presided. There were 30 blue ribbons won by club members at the Kossuth County Fair. «fim Kain was top in the judging team ahd got a 4-H jacket. Mike Kain got champion Shorthorn of the Shorthorn Class. Jim Kain and Donald Mad* sen gave a talk on their trip to the State Fair. A hay rack ride was held and a wonderful lunch was served by Mrs Keith. West Bend Girl In Auto Mishap Rita R. Higgason, 20, of West Bend received a bump on the head and a bruised arm when the auto she was driving rolled into a ditch five miles east of Algona on highway 18 at 3:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 5. , The mishap occurred in a construction'area. ,The auto apparently hit a sqft shoulder, went Jnto the ndrtti ditch and rollen over, sustaining an estimated. $700 damage. Patrolman Dale McBride investigated the mishap, Swoa Chicken Dinner Swaa Cily — The W.S.C.S. of he First Methodist Church an- lounces a chicken dinner, served family style, at the church din- ng room on Thursday, September 12, beginning at 5:30. Habeas Corpus literally means, "you may have the body." Plastic IIMKADD1 MtWKJO* ' Fr!., Sat.;, and Monday limit— t to • Customer lath Eaiy way io g»» rtrf ef vnttgMty litttr )n kilch«n, bathroom, nurxry, car, »tc. Uii for holding dutt ctothi, ttouriftg padi, bbby, tupplicl. .PI**. ilbl*, unbrcakaBI* plailic — 6H 'Inchti high. Eojy »4 Initall-brdclttt and icrtwi included.. Llt-r-Caddy hooki «nlo bracket; lifts off to •mpty. Still regularly for 49c. Choice of color!. <, DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE MEET ONE OF YOUR Western Buyers Neighbors CALL CYpress 4-2411 OR CONTACT ONE OF YOUR 'FRIENDLY WESTERN BUYERS NEIGHBORS' IF YOUR HOGS ARE READY TO MARKET. JACK MERTZ - West Bend The name of Meri* has b«en associated wilh b ? y ^ 9 J n *he Oiiosen-West Bend area since 1917. J. B. Merts, now retired, began buying livestock at Ottosen then. Today. Jack Mertz, a son of J. B., handles the hog buying business for J. B. Mertz & Sons of West Bend, Harvey Mertz. another son. handles the John Deere implement end of the business. A third son, Don Mertz, who married Drusilla Caughlin of Algona, is also an order buyer, located at Grand Island, Neb. Jack was born and raised in West Bend, attended Lores College in Dubuque, and has been buying hogs since 1949. He is married to the former Mary Helen Greener of Dubuque, and they' have three children, two boys and a girl. At Lores college. Jack played baseball on the same team with Gordon Winkel, now Kossuth County Attorney, , * Jack likes sports, and has played them all, and follows them closely. J. B, Mertz, father of the boys, has lived all n 6 °1 , Ws , «?!£"£ in the 8rea ' and moved to West Bend in.1935. There are also six Mertz daughters, , all married. , 7 ''•' You'll find Jack's office in the Mert« Implement building at West Bend. We Pay For Ijiood These "Friends & Neighbors" Represent Western Buyers In Your Community and Appreciate Doing Business With You, RAY KRANT2 Titonka MURRAY EU3VATQR Bancroft J. B, MBRTZ Weit Bend B. K. JOHNSON , Fenton WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEV. Whittemore DALE PUNDAS Burt GAVLE JOHNSON Swea HERMAN NORLAND Cylinder MURPHY LIVESTOCK Uvermore » LuVeroe , Corwith LOU NITZ LakoJa.Ledyard W E 9 T E R N BUYERS SUPPLYING OVER 200 PACKERS & PROCESSORS

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