The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 18
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J-Alpona (f».) tfjSpf? ft** MdlfMt thursday, October jam.—,_^-.— ,.„. .... ...^-. .... __ . __ „ _ _. .:.... ^-^..^ ... .. ..^.*..,_. __.. ...... Neighbors Honor Kollatthes At Whittemore WhUfetnd** -* Mrs Harold Heinrich and Mrs George Schuller w«rc hostesses at a farewell p. arty held at the Hcnrich home Friday evening in honor of Mr? Charlie E. Kollasch. The following guests who were present included neighbor women: Mrs Charlie Sal/., Mrs Lena Krcbs- bach, Mrs William Mover. Mrs Edward Grimes, Mrs Arthur Hoi- denwith. Mrs Agnes Pearce. Mrs Charlie Kollaseh and daughter Roland Tern ess the latter" of Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Kollaseh vacated the Mrs H. C. Meyer home Sunday and moved into the Theodore Elbert apartments. Mike Besch Is 80 A group .of relatives gathered at.the home of Mr and Mrs Mike Besch Sr., Friday evening to help Mr Besch celebrate his 80th birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs William Besch, Mr and Mrs Edw. Besch, Mr and Mrs James Besch, Mrs Lucy Bfesch, Mrs Pearl Besch and son, Jerome, Mr and Mrs James Bisenius, Mrs Elizabeth Mergen and son James, and Mr and Mrs Joseph Priester of here. John Bisenius and daughter Lucile of Emmetsburg, Cards were played Mr and Mrs James Bisenius winning high; Jerome Besch, low; and Mrs Joseph Priester, low. Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Arthu^MathejSjOf here, Mr and Mrs* LoOis Koussi of Chicago, 111., Mr and Mrs Ewald Voigt and sons, James Voigt and Laura Broesder of Algona were Sunday dinner gtffsts at the home of Mr and Mrs Walter Licht at Clare. Mr and Mrs Charles Schult?. and Mr and Mrs James Schultz are spending a week of fishing at. Alexandria, Minn. Dicky Lau spent the weekend at the home of his parents at Malvern. Mr and Mrs Duane Dau of Algona Visited at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Victor Dau of Whittemore Sunday^ afternoon. Clara Vaudf of" Estherville spent the weekend, here with her mother and sister. Mrs Clara Vaudt and Mrs Anna Behnke. Rose] la Voigt of Algooa spent the weekend here with her parent?, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs George Meyer, accompanied by Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs Mathilda Meyer, attended the funeral of Mrs Alice Becker held in St. James Lutheran church at Northrop. Minn. Monday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt entertained a group of relatives at a six o'clock dinner Friday evening. The guests included Mr and Mrs Louis Roussi of Chicago, 111., Mr and Mrs Reinhard Ost^ wald. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt of here. Mr and Mrs Arthur Mathers of Fenton, James Voigt and Laura Broesder of Algona. Mrs Frieda Sietns and Mrs Dora Haack of Fenton visited at the home of Mr and Mrs George Meyer Sunday evening. Last week Wednesday evening dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Mathers were Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Ewald Voigt and sons and James Voigt and Laura Broesder of Algona and Mr and Mrs Louis Roussi of Chicago, 111. Mr and Mrs William Lauck spent a week's fishing at Mill Lake in Minnesota. They also visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Clarence Fouss at Holmes City, Minn. L & R. Guild Of Ledyard Meets The E & , R Guild met at the church last Thursday afternoon with Mrs Irvin Smith and Mrs Perlen Jacobsen as hostesses, The circles reported their projects. Mrs George MacKinnon was program chairman. Vocal numbers were presented by Mrs Marvin Junkermeier, N e o m a Junkermeier, Ella Johnson. Rev. Vriesen led in Scripture. Dr. and Mrs Koening, Missionaries from India gave the rest of the program telling about India and showing slides. The program was closed by a duet by Marian Klinksiek and Wanda Blome. The November hostesses are Mrs Waterhouse and Mrs Vriesen Algona't quarterback, Dave Richudion, who accounted tot ISO yards rushing and pasting despile his team's 27*6 loss at Hampton Friday alght, is shown abovd about to be dropped after * 12* yard first-hnlf gain. Clearing the way for Richardson are Jim Cowan, who has flattened a Hampton- defender in the foreground, and Francis' Bjusrrom, who is having a bit of trouble to the right of Richardson. Dieter • Gruner. Algona halfback, can be seen behind Bjus> irom. The Bulldogs will be try. 'ing for their second win of the year and first in the North Central .Conference when Clear Lake's Lions com*, to town this Friday night, Oct..4. tt will be Algona's homecoming game at the fairgrounds, with kick' off set at 7:45 p.m. (Fred Isaacson photo-UDM Engraving) Algona Youth In Army Reserve Roger G. Hanson, RR 1, Algona, was one of a group of 17 yoimg lowans who reported Sunday, September 29, to the U.S. Army Training .Center, Engineer, at -Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. All are to start basic training. Hanson has enlisted in the U. S. Army Reserve under an option of the Reserve Forces Act of 1955 providing for only six months of active duty for training. The remainder of the 8-year enlistment will be served with Battery B,384th Field Artillery Battalion, when Hanson returns to Algona after completing his active service. HOME OF: m *^^^^ i ^^^^^»^'»»^^^^^^»^^^UUtS^M^t^^U/tf^U^UffAi^faS££££££££££££^L££^^Uf££ffXffXf^/^^^fM^ff^ff Implement Company * AND THESE PRODUCTS & SERVICES: Kewanee Elevators • Behlen 6 Ford Corn Pickers • Case Tractors and Plows • Mercury Automobiles • Amana Freezers • Feed, Seeds & Fertilizer No-Hitter By Menke St. John's of Bancroft, paced by the perfect-game hurling of Denny Menke, walloped Holy Cross, 10-0, in six innings at Lawler Monday afternoon and advanced to the stale tournament. The Johnnies, who wound up second in the summer tourney, were slated to meet Anthon at Fonda yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon. The winner of the St. John- Anlhon game' will tangle with the winner of the Eddyville-Clarence game at a date and site to be announced later for the championship. Menke whiffed 15 of the 18 hitters he faced in the abbreviated contest Monday. The Johnnies cut the game short with an eight-run blast in the sixth, highlighted by a two-run double by Menke; BajRcroft , chialkjd up eight, » hits and failed to commit an error, while the losers committed five .miscues. " St. John's advanced to, the sub-state meet with a 5-1 verdict over Sheffield Saturday, ' iin' , , . fall plowin' , , , fertiliiin' , ,„..., .nt »l hand fSy Kowuth farmewl An4 wr* }e *«v« AM* your fall farm needs U w»~m& d[ Tayiar Impiem^nt, with a itocJf •• ._ • >TA _ »„ » _ * *.*_ f __™r_ * : _. _ • * .*• *!«£**&?* & 1 *&&*** ^ en ? * h f ^^ ?*»» ^inaw Tractor 1« K«wano» elevators, Behlen Ford Corp Pickers ««- and a well-bal- mt^mm mm i anced line of used farm items. The Big "W (Mercury)' is here* too•. ., far our aJtwti In car styling.andj»fr|9rm«nct, And *9«f farm and taw» iipves, Tayjorf feaiviro those justly'famous Amu* Hoiw Fwaert, avao iimsfr tb»n ever tn the fall season! Take your need* to Taylor's — tell Taylor's what you need! Feeds Seeds and Fertilizers An e»ti» weeding truck ddjd JI* bt if Of 4-2447 ALOONA FtOtm S FHD CO, Ex-Burt Pastor To Observe Forty Years Burt — Rev. and Mr? L. Richmann, Minnesota Lake, Minn, will observe their 40th wedding anniversary with open house on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. at Minnesota Lake. The occasion will also be in observance of the 40th anniversary of the ordination of the Rev. Richman. No ! invitations have been sent, they will be pleased to have any -friends and former parishioners call. 1 ; , • Hosts To Faculty The Burt Woman's Club will begin ils fall season with a 5:30 buffet supper in the dining room of the 'Presbyterian church Monday, Oft, 7th. The w.ives of the men 'of the Burf Community Schoo), faculty will be honored guests.;'..!. Sewjflg- meeting .of .the Burt' V.F.W. Auxiliary wps held, at the -home of Esther Williams, TUeSda> afternoon, Oet< 1st. Family night is being held tonight (Thursday) at the Presbyterian church beginning with a pot-lyck supper at 6:30 o'clock. Following the .' supper Robert Angus will show pictures taken in - Korea and Japan while he was serving there, ,, World-Wide Cqmjnynipn v Sunday will be* ocilserved at the Methodist Chui«ch Oct. 6th. There will be a reception of new members also, .baptisms. Holy Communion, will be observed at St.- John's Lutheran Church Sunday, Oct. 6th. Rev. P. J. Braner, Aigonsi, will be in charge of the morning service at 10:00. Capt. and Mil .Wm, N. B.a.tt, Roger a,nd Pamela, Jrvington, were supper guests a,t the parental Wm. F. Baits •last Wednesday evening, gviining callers wept Mr aud Mrs Howard J' Batt and family, Mr and Mrs Jqhn M. Miller and fgupily ^n4 Mr and Mia Jlobtft A»W^ sncl Susan. C«pt Baft is honae qn a 30-day corjvalesceut leav^ from Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, O. c. Mrs D4ms£ Angu*. and Joyce sp|n| a ree»nt weekend with Mr and &&& lEtene pnjistf nson and hfiter I* :®S8? msMp- Burf i^mb/ergs of the Algona mle of the Reorganized Church £ ilttWft j-fitoiife 'attiBidteid'. a C<irels neetipg aTlhe P. B. Potter home, Mrs. Greenwood Dies, Livermore Livermere — .Mts Cora Green wood, 84, died Monday at the home of her daughter, Mrs Mar cia Berryhill. She was a former Webster City resident and has been ill fbr soitfe> time. She is survived by two btHer daughters Mrs Marion Jacobs of Hunting ton Park. ; Calif, and Mrs Ralph Knight of Dana Point, Calif., one sister, Mrs Ella Harwood o Clarion, 9 grandchildren, 11 grea grandchiLdren, nieces and nephews. Funeral services were helc Wednesday at 2 o'clock at thi Presbyterian church in Liver more with the Rev. Paul Steven in charge. Burial was in Webster City. . . Emmetsburg, last Thursday Gifts were also presented to the infant son of Mr and Mrs Ronald Potter. Philip Soderberg left for Ames last week where he will continue his studies at Iowa State College Mr and Mrs Sam Christophel Grant Center, with Mrs Mosi Lloyd and Marlene were caller at the Wm. F. Batt home Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Christo phel were dinner guests on Fri day. Mr Christophel is .having dental work done at the loca office. Mr and Mrs Jerry Wiener anc Barbara and Mr and Mrs John M, Miller • were at Estherville Saturday evening attending a birthday party for Mr Vern Batt, ..«Bev,,F. G. .Samek and Mrs L. E. Reibhoff were at Humboldt last Friday morning to attend the Conference Commission on Evangelism. V Mr and. Mrs ; L. E. Reibhoff attended Promotion Sunday services at the Lakota Presbyterian church. A.niece of Mrs Reib- h'off was among the children promoted. A Consulation Retreat was held at 'the Armstrong .Presbyterian Church last Sunday. Attending from the Burt Presbyterian Church were: Dr. W. F. Ham- stfeet, Nels J. Nelson, Delmar and Evelyn Angus, Roland Ghaffee, Donald Ringsdorf.* Bar- bfra Ringsdorf,. Barbara Drem- mjal and Duane Dittmer. Mr and Mrs Floyd Dremmel, Aurora .Illinois-came last Saturday for a week's visit with his mother, Mrs Nell Dremmel and with other relatives in this vicinity.. •Mr and Mrs Earl Griffith. Storm Lake, were over night guests of ,Mr and Mrs lames Christiansen last week Thursday. Mr Robert Esary, Burbpnk, Jalif. visited last week with his father 1 and other friend? in No Gift like this in all the World For « very specuj ipmeon* ,,, end for new. «w» oo w»y» t« gir« a pprtrait gifJ^wn* in, »e$ haw portrwU O»B be » spesial grjsetiag to yQur family, a frieo«, w to • (jvorite household! „ Qut"'don't be too latf •«- Jt is impassible to accommodate everyone in Pecemeep -"• Goad, Portrait and Picture Work take time. KS'?*'' w fw Ao >nt ^^WIHKBWMPT^w^ .;%m p r -' ; ^IWff | iHW : CV 4-2593 this comnntinity. He ia a formet Bart tP8?dtfrt. Ite^l of Mfs Martha Cartef, former fiurt resident, was received recently from her daughter Lyrwr* GSftet Ollom. MfS Carter ha* beefi hospitalized feteiviftg x-fay therapy. She tends thanks to frteftds for theifiCatdS and letters. When she leaves the hospital h*r addrels will Ue 651 £. Mayfield, San Antonio, Texas. Mis John M. Miller and children «Ttd Mr »tt Mrs Rotert Anfts altd Sasdft Vistel Sfillday aftttftooft' at {ft* pBrsutal Wm. Batt home. Mrs Robert Angus and Susan spent Wednesday of laat week with Mrs David Miller, Algoiia. Mrs Charles Hanson Jr., Algona, called at the Howard Batt home Monday jnornittg. 11 e e Resolution for the destruction of other than noxious Weeds on Roads. To All Property Owners: fie It resolved by the board of supervisors of KosSuth couhty, Iowa: That pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 317.18, Code of I<Jw», 1884, it Is hereby ordered: 1. That all weeds other than noxious weeds on all county trunk and local county roads and between the fence lines thereof shall be cut, burned, or otherwise destroyed b* the prtwstty owner to pwreftt ductffik ofi or before NtJVtetn* • ^ *• IL "^ *<l^n*n* owtftt turn to cut, mitt), or otherwise destroy said we*ds M feqitlrcd In Said order JMF wwity cormnisstonef shjtt AaW We same cot. burned, or tnwrt and th paid from t and reeofrtted fliw-B te against ih« adjolntnf property owneft as ffffetided hv section 317J1. i 8. J3cheppfnawn, Modern Thermogas - FOflf — HOME HEATING SAFE • ECONOMICAL ' • CLEAN AUTOMATIC THERMOGAS CO. OP ALGONA CY 4-2841 THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY WELCOME! ALGONA BAND FESTIVAL VISITORS REGULAR 50c FILM VERICHROME PAN 120 - 127-620 3 Rolls 1.19 FOR YOUR PICTURE-TAKING SOAP SPECIAL WOODBURY SOAP LARGE BATH BARS 4for49c BROWNIE 'HOLIDAY' FLASH CAMERA OUTFIT Regularly $9.95 $7.95 Complete outfit includes camera, flash attachment, film, bulbs, batteries. FREE FREE FREE COME AND VISIT OUR ZOO SEE THE ANIMALS! THEY'RE WILD! FUR & RHINESTONE DOGGY PINS $1.00 Cutest trickiest, most eye-catching pins you ever put on your coat or dress! Soft furry bodies with glittering rhinestone collars. ; HALF-PRICE SPECIAL IN DISPENSER BOTTLES MUM-MIST DEODORANT REGULARLY PRICED $4.00 TWO COMPLETE REFILLS NUTRI-TONICPERMANENT.... 2.89 4VW VP^|BP r ^^ WITH HI-FI LIPSTICK FREE! A $2.00 VALUE MAX FACTOR CREME PUFF $2,000 Shipment Gruen Watches Just In - See These! RUBBING \ ALCOHOL BUY 1 PINT At 59c GET 2NJ> PINT F-R-E-E GILBERT ALARM ELECTRIC CLOCKS REGULARLY $3.95 2.98 2 Regiitered Oraduat* Pharmacists _ .-i=,

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