The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1957 · Page 15
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W)t aigonn tHjpper September 19,1957 Algona Presbyterians to Observe Centennial Rev. M, H. Brower Annual Meeting Ledyard Co-op The Farmers Cooperative Elevator of Ledyard held its annual meeting recently, including annual reports and election officers. Elected to the board of directors were R. I. Anderson and E. F. Logemann for three year terms. Other board members August Klinksiek, John foert and Dan Jorgenson and Robert Hamilton. and Herman are Kramersmeier Brandt. Manager Bernard Reilly presented annual reports, and a profit of $79,045 was shown for the previous fiscal year, of which $57,651 went to patronage refunds, and $14,135 to surplus. Elevator assets were listed at 1374,310. Other employees arc Mrs Paul Nitz, bookkeeper, Ro- HERBERT WALLACE HFD No. 1 Irvington. Iowa CY-4-3062 34 New Vehicles Sold in County New car and truck sales maintained a better than two a day pace during the past two weeks with 34 vehicles registered in the county treasurer's office during the period. Owners and make of vehicles are: Dodge — D. C. Vogel, panel, Bancroft. Ford — Everds Bros., truck, Algona; Harold Fischer, Swea City: H. W. Schulte, Fenton; P. L. Warner, Wesley; Myrl Johnson, Swea City; Carl harms, Titonka; J. B. Isebrand, Titonka: and Raymond Schutjer, Wesley. Chevrolet — Henry Bormann, Bode; Stanley Sorensen, Algona; Margaret M. Kramer, Bancroft; L. W. Mino, Ledyard; N. W. Bell Tele. Co., Bancroft; D. F. Kpllasch, Whittemore; Elizabeth M. Seiler, Algona; Ted R. Hoover, Burt; G. B. Johnson, Fenton; R. K. Johnson, Ledyard; and Merle Giddings, Wesley. Pontiac — Virgil Rohlf, Algona; W. .F. Weir, Algona; and Ernie Williams P-C, Algona. Olds — W. C .Dau, Algona; Dorothy and Raymond Funk, Algona; Ava G. Simpson, Algona; and Katherine McMurray, Algona. Plymouth — Leander Seefeld, Wesley; W. E. or Janice Wiemer. Ledyard; and Louis Kaphengst, Elmore. Mercury — J. B. Smith, Burt; and Donald Ostermann, Buffalo Center. Cadillac — M. W. Dahl, Swea City. Chrysler — Ted Mouras, Lu- Verne. Greenwood Girls Hike Greenwood Girls 4-H held their annual hike at Call State Park, Sept. 3. During the meeting election of officers was held. President, Gwen Baker; vice president, Georgia Heledorfer; secretary-treasurer, Mary Kollasch; historian, Rachel Menke and reporter, Madeline Baker. 'Thirteeh'lpieces in a "Walter's dozen" originated wheh : King Louis of France warned all bakers -who gave under measure that they would be beheaded. Reseating of Corn & Oafs / In Full Swing Kossuth county's corn regaling program is on in full swing. Virgil Rohlf, county A.SC officer manager, urges anyone wishing to have their corp or oats resealed, to contact the person appointed as grain sealer in their respective township. The official list of ASC sealers is as follows: Buffalo—Art Rode, Titonka. Burt—Merlin Madsen, Burt. Cresco—Ross Calhoun, Algona Eagle—Harvey Larson, Arm* strong. Fenton—Mervin Jentz, Fenton Garfield—Orval Fuchsen, West Bend. German—William Rode, Titonka. Grant—Lars Skaar, Swea City Greenwood—Frank Mulligan, Bancroft. Harrison—Andrew C. Hanson Swea City. Irvington—Edward Arend, Algona. Hebron—Wm. F. Huglin, Buffalo Center. Ledyard—Cecil Black, Swea City. Lincoln—Menno Limberg, Buffalo Center. Lotts Creek—Leo Kollasch, Algona. LuVerne—G . M. Will, Lu- Verne. Plum Creek—Cecil Long, Algona. Portland—Earl Zwiefel, Titonka. Prairie—Louis Lickteig, Wesley. Ramsey—Con J. Schiltz, Bancroft. Riverdale—Anton Becker, Bode Seneca—Henry Looft, Fenton. Sherman—Carl Swanson, Lu- Verne. Springfield—Ralph Johnson, Ledyard. Swea—P. A. Holcomb, Swea City. Union—Fred Plumb,, Lone Rock. Wefeley—Andrew Reising, Wesley. Whittemore—Mike P. Mergen, Whittemore. Centennial Committee ^im Skow, Harme COM1 *| TT S E - Froni row, left to right. Joseph chairman, Mrs Hftrlan Sigsbee, Mrs Fred Geigel, Rev. Stephenson ' Board of Trustees Tom Nurre New 4 H President Ramsey Boys The Ramsey Boy's 4-H Club held a meeting and supper at George's Cafe on Monday, Sept. 9th. At their monthly meeting they elected new officers for the 1957-58 club year. New officers who will take their places next meeting are: President, Tom Nurre: vice president, Duane Grandgenett; secretary-treasurer, Dick Schiltz; committee chairman, George Schiltz; and reporter. Pat Vaske. The boys will also see new leaders at their next meeting. Herbert Schiltz and Clarence Diers will take the place of Leander Vaske and S. DeGeeter who have led the club the last several years. BOARD OF TRUSTEES — Front row. left to right. Dean Jergenson, James Potter, John Zalaznik, Oliver Carlson and Rev. M H grower; rear row, Al Agena, Gle,n Jones, Burton Harmes, Jerome Hardgrove and Charles Hardgrove. 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Wqlnwt itock. 1 25 Per Week, •*•» Payable Monthly LONE ROCK By Mrs Clarence Kraft To Be African Flight Teacher Livermore — Mr and Mrs Bill Berryhill, former Livermore residents, left Saturday by car for New York where they will go by plane to Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Bill will be flight instructor for the Ethiopian air lines. He is a graduate of the Livermore high school and while in service was with the air transport command over China. For the past nine years he has been the manager of the municipal airport-at Superior, Wisconsin. He is the son otf the late Gale and Mrs Berryhill and often visits here. Mrs Berryhill is the former Ellen Gronbach, daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Gronbach of Lu- Verne. They are looking forward to living in Ethiopia for the next three years. Week Program To Open At Services On Sunday (Continued front Page 1, See. 1! Club of the church is in charge 01 arrangements. Lowell Lenz will be toastmaster and will introduce guests. Dr. Gaylord Couchman president of the University oi Dubuque will be the speaker ol the evening. Tickets for the event may be purchased from Al Most Recent Ministers of Presbyterians r ^__ HOSPITALS Mr and Mrs George Kissner and family, Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow and Kern, Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow and DeAnn, Mr and Mrs Bill Marlow and family, Dell Marlow all of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow of Burt left Saturday to attend the Marlow reunion at Robins Island park in Willmar, Minn., Mr and Mrs Dick Dallam and family of Algona and Bob Marlow went on Sunday. They were met there by Marlows from South Dakota and Minnesota. Mr and Mrs Harry Kurtz, Mr and Mrs Ernst Behm, Lake Mills, Wis. spent the weekend at the Leo Schmidt home. Mr and Mrs Elmer Allerman, Watertown, Wis. were overnite guests Saturday. Mr and Mrs Ervin Steindorf, Watertown were visitors at the Bob Schmidt home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Eilenfeldt, VIr and Mrs Vernon Strausberg, Lake Mills, Wis. spent the weekend at the Martin Meyer iome. They all came for the lovey-Meyer wedding. Mrs Leroy Klepper entertained a group of boys Friday afternoon in honor of her son Michael's Sepl. 3—F. J. Laing, Sr., Algona, medical (expired); Mrs Jon Richter, Wesley, medical; Trudy L. Parrish, Algona, medical; Trecia L. Parrish, Algona, medical, • • Sept; 4—Mrs Marvin Kramer, Bode, boy, 8-14%. Sept. 5—Mrs Ernest Egel, Algona, boy, 8-9; Rita Higgason, West Bend, accident; Mrs William Larsen, Burt, surgery; Mrs George Fandel, Algona, medical; Ewald Voigt, Algona, surgery. Sept. 6 — Deborah Spear, Algona, tonsillectomy; Colin Voigt, Algona, tonsillectomy; Baby boy Wallburg, Algona, boarder; Jacob Maasdam, -Algona, medical (ex- •pired); Mrs Marie Frankl, Irvington, medical; Mrs Agnes Miller, Algona, medical; Mrs Edward Ruhnke, Algona, girl, 7-11; Linda H. Pentecost, Algona, medical. Sept. 7—Baby Karen Schmidt, West Bend, boarder; Charles N Schmidt, Bancroft, medical; Clarence B. Penning, Britt, medical; Mrs Willard Sunstad, Algona, girl, 9-1%. Sept. 8—Mrs Max Sewick, Algona, girl, 6-10; Mrs Kenneth Johnson, Cylinder, girl, 10-1 Vi. Sept. 9 — Mrs Victor Dreyer, Lone Rock, girl, 7-4; Thomas R. Hoover, Algona, medical; Mrs Warren Nelson, Algona, surgery. Sept. 10 — Mrs Charles Widen, Corwith, boy, 8; Dora Mitchell, Algona, medical . Sept, 11 — Mrs Merlin Madsen, Burt, girl, 8. Rev. Gilbert Kuyper 10th birthday. Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow took their daughter Madonna to Des Moines last Monday where she enrolled at A.I.B. Rev. Clarence Richardson Agena or any member of Men's Club. The Presbyterian Women's Or* g&nization will have a Centennial pot-luck luncheon, Thursday afternoon at one o'clock at the church. Mrs Edna Shilts and Mrs Mabel Lund, long-time members of the church, will present the program. The Upper Room service is in charge of Mrs A. J. Huenhold, Mrs Casey Loss will give devotions and Mrs M. tt. Brower is in charge of the music. The Centennial o b s e r v ahjee ends with the morning worsHIp service at 10 o'clock, Sunday, September 29. IThe congregation will partake of Holy Cotnmunioh in a service, of re-dedication to the task of presenting Christ to the community and the world with lives of faith. An exhibit of historical lore will be on display at the church all during the week. Mr and Mrs Lyle Mathes and Mr and Mrs Charles Hardgrove are in charge of this and honorary members of the committee are Mrs Sarah Geigel, Mrs Edria ShUts, Mrs Mable Lund, Mrs Carrie King and Mrs Clara Thompson. Centennial Brochure A commemorative brochure has been compiled for the Centennial and will be presented to all church members. The publicity and church historical committees consisting of A. D. Crawford, O. B. Harmes, R. B. Waller, Mrs Harlan Sigsbee and Miss Hattie Wilson were in charge. Robert Stephenson and Ernest Egel were in charge of photography. • Invitations to over three-hundred former members of the church were issued by Mrs Fred Geigel and C. B. Murtagh who along with Mrs George St. John, and Mrs A. E. Kresensky are on the committee for distinguished guests. The two hospitality committees consist of C. B. Murtagh, A. D. Crawford, Fred Geigel, Mr and Mrs Leon Martin, Mr and Mrs James Potter and Mr and- Rev. C. Paul Carlson WRIST COMPASS Reo. 98* Wear it like o watch. Ho» genuine Joothtr itrgp. lymlnoMj main pointer. AXE-KNIFE ft** 3.79 . INK* oll-pvrpot« axe< knife kll with leather ihealk, fatten* 19 belt. 199 NEATSFOOT OIL ' r?»9.39# Shepi nealsfpot oil toft* •ni, preiervei, water* proofs leather goodi, Pr, OOOP Yf A8 Alrloam A toft cuihloo of Airfoom combined with healthful support of Innenprlngi guarantee r»»lful, proper ileep. rttt BETTER! •PP'II I —•" IOOK BETTER! GET'FIRM SUPPORT! v <5a i^ KNIGHT O'REST 99.99 Vglye tedy t^j downhill t«d«i». no center tog.fvto with exiriiM weight diHerencei, two people tleep level to wU tvjr« «UD Englander Fomous Englond»r for h«olthful f restfyl fl«9p, Mottress coils are cushioned with soft,., buoyont Goodysor Airfoam—plys layers of I cotton and sisal. Grey, white and persimmon Itriped ticking. See It in color in tfouMhofaf Maea»iin», Bwy on Camblei easy term», *MM* ' . Carries «r 10 Year Oi/oranfee 3-9J Pow* Mattreii or • Wing (a full ALWAYS BETTER BUYS AT GAMBLES \ Presbyterian Chancel Choir CHANCEL CHOIR - Front r ow, left to right, Mr*. C. Ethenngten, Mri A. J, Meelhouse, Nancy Hudson, Fay Loss, Pamela Waller, ISvelyn James, Joyce luenhold, Mrs Marlin lor, organist. (Long Studio foto — UDM engraving) The finance committee consists of C. B. Murtagh, Oliver Carlson, Gaylord Shumwjy, Alfred Schultz, D.' G. Clopton and Joe Ricker, honorary member. The'' decorating committee is Mrs Alfred Schenck, Mrs Charles Merrifield, Mrs Lawrence Gillespie and A.. J. Huenhold. 18 Local Pastors The church has been served by, 18 pastors. The late Rev. Alexander English served for the longest period of tjme — twelve years.' :Ie retired from the ministry lere and lived in Algona until his death nearly two years ago. Rev. C. PauJ Carlson served as pastor between the years o£ 1933 and" 1937. The Rev. Carlson entered the Army Chaplain's Corp. then and is still serving in' that capacity at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. The Rev. Charles W, Pfeiffe* served from 1938 until 1941. H$ is at present, pastor of a church in Orlando, Florida. Rev. Clarence C. Richardson served from 1941 until 1946, going from here to the Lakeside church at Storm Lake. He is now pastor at Roseland church in Chicago. Rev. Gilbert J, Kuyper became' pastor in 1946, remaining until 1952. He was called to Knox Presbyterian church in St. Paul and is still located there. The Kuypers expect to be^ in Algona for the Centennial. The present pqstor, Rev. Myron H. Brower came to Algona from George, Iowa in the autumn of 1952. „ f; » . The church in "1957 has a mem* bership pi ave$ 400. As of June of this year, 2191 people have been communicant members and, there have been 501 baptisms, both adult and infants, The Session is composed of El« ders, Wilbur Reinders, Joseph Skow, Halbert Long, J-eon Martin, Willis Colwell, Charles Hardgrove, Wesley, -Hardy, RQ» bert Stephensoti ;and Lowell Lenz. The Boaj'4 of Trustees ia Al Ageng, Oliver Carlson, Glen Jones, John ZaJa,znik, Charles Hardgrove, James Potter, Lowell Lenz, Gaylord Shumway, Dean Jergenson, Jerome Hardgrove and O. B, Harmes. « Mrs Casey Loss directs th9 choir of 26 voices and Mrs Res Taylor is organist. Financial secretary is George Cook an<$ treasurer, Paujl James. D. G 1 , Clopton is benevolence treasurer, Karl Kiilsholm is superintendent of the Sunday School and ^l Agena, Men's Club president, The women's organisation headed by Mrs John Duane ifoey £ B chairman and Mrs D. Q, Plop» ton, president of the fc and professional woinen'a Moderator of && Fellowship yo«th f ? Q> u : Beverly James and. Marlin £ j the Mar: Irwut M aud Mrs

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