The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 34
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 34

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 3, 1957
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2-A!0ona (to.) Uppar DM Moliw Thursday, Ottober S, Neighbors Honor Kollasches At Whittemore Whiiiembre — Mrs Harold Heinrich and Mrs George Schuller were hostesses at a farewell party held at the Henrich home Friday evening in honor of Mrs Charlie E. Kollasch. The following guests who were present included neighbor women: Mrs Charlie Salz, Mrs Lena Krebsbach, Mrs William Meyer, Mrs Edward Grimes, Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mrs Agnes Pearce, Mrs Charlie Kollasch and daughter Roland Terness the latter of Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Kollasch 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 Besch, Mrs Pearl Bfisch 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 Arthur Mathers of here, Mr and Mrs Louis Roussi of Chicago, 111.. Mr and Mrs Ewald Voigt and sons, James Voigt and Laura Broesder of Algona were Sunday dinner guests 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 Al- gona'visited at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Victor Dau oi Whittemore Sunday afternoon. Clara Vaudt of Estherville spent the weekend here with her' mother and sister, Mrs Clara Vaudt and Mrs Anna Behnke. Rosella Voigt of Algona spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigl. Mr and Mrs George Meyer, ac* companied by Mrs Arthur Hei- demvith 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- \vald, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt of here, Mr and Mrs Arthur Mathers of Fenton. James Voigt and Laura Broesder of Algona. Mrs Frieda Sioms and Mr? 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 i 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 Mr? William Laud? 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. E. & R. Guild Of Ledyard Meets Ledyard — 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, EUa Johnson. Rev. Vriesen led in Scripture. Dr. and Mrs Koeninf. 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's quarterback. Dare Richardson, who accounted tot ISO yards rushing and passing despite his team's 27-6 loss ai Hampton Friday night is shown above about to be dropped after a 12-* yard first-half gain. Clearing the way for Rich-- • ardson are Jim Cowan, who has flattened a Hampton defender in the foreground, and Francis Bjustrom, who is having a bit of trouble to the . right of Richardson. Dieter Gruner, Algona halfback, can be seen behind Bjustrom. The Bulldogs will be trying far their second win of the year and first in the North Central Conference when • Clear Lake's JJons come to town' this Friday night, Oct. 4. It will be Algona's homecoming game at the 1 fairgrounds, with kickoff set ai 7:45 pjn. (Fred Isaacson photo-UDM Engraving) Algona Youth in Army Reserve Roger G. Hanson, RR 1, Algona, was one of a group of 17 young lowans who reported Sunday, September 29, to the U.S. Army Training Center, Engineer,, at Fi 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. Taylor Implement Company HOME OF: AND THESE PRODUCTS & SERVICES: Kewanee Elevators •Behlen Dryers • 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 Denfiy Menke, walloped Holy Cross, 10-0. in six innings at Lawler Monday afternoon and advanced to the state 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- Anthon 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. Tbe Johnnies cut the game short with an eight-run blast in the sixth, highlighted by a two-run double by Menke. .Bancrtff chalked up eight * hit* a«fj failed io commit an ' error, • while the losers committed five tn'"*""*- f Si. John's advanced to the sub-state meet with a 5-1 verdict over Sheffield Saturday. Mrs. Greenwood Dies, Livermore Livermore — Airs Cora Greenwood, 84, died Monday at the home of her daugfitier, Mrs Mar 7 cia Berryhill. She was a forme* Webster City resident and has been ill for some*time. She is survived by two other daughters, Mrs Marion Jacobs of Huntington Park, Calif, and Mrs Ralph Knight of Dana Point Calif., one sister, Mrs Ella Harwood of Clarion. 9 grandchildren. 11 great grandchildren, nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held Wednesday at 2 o'clock at the Presbyterian church in Livermore with the Rev. Paul Stevens in charge. Burial was in Webster City. Ex-Bur! Pastor To Observe Forty Years Burl — Rev. and Mrs L. R:?h- . inar.n. Minnesota Lake, Minn.! will observe their 40th wedding j anniversary with open house on Sunday, Oct. 6, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. | at Minnesota Lake. The occasion will also bt in observance of the 40th anniversary of the ordination of the Rev. Richm&n. No invitation? have boc-r. sent, they will be pleased to have any friends ana former parish'.•rn.-rs call. 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 vrill continue his studies at Iowa State College. Mr and Mrs Sam Christophel, Grant Center, with Mrs Mose LJoyd and Marlene were callers at the Wm. F. Ban home Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Christophel were dinner guests'on Friday. Mr Christophel is having dental work done at the local office. Mr and Mrs Jerry Wiener and Barbara and Mr and Mrs John M. Miller were at Estherville Saturday evening attending a birthday part}' for Mr Vera Batt. ~Rev. F. G, Sainek and Mrs L. JB. Reibhoff were at Humboldt last Friday morning to attend the Conference Commission on Evangelism. Mr and Mrs L. £. 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. Hamstreet, Nels J. Nelson, Delmar and Evelyn Ansus, Roland Chaffee, Donald Ringsdorf. Barbara Ringsdorf, Barbara Dremmel and Duane Dittmer. Mr and Mrs Floyd Dremmel, Aurora Illinois came last Saturday for a week's visit with hir mother, Mrs Nell Drernmel pnr 1 with other relatives "in this vicinity. Mr 'and Mrs Earl Griffith. Storm Lake, were over nish' guests of Mr and Mrs Jarnef Christiansen last week Thursday. Mr Robert Esary. Burbank, Calif, visited last week with his father and other friends in Hosts To Feculry The Bur: Woman 1 ? Cli begin its fall sta?-:-R wnh a 5.JO ! . buffet supper in the din.n£ ro-, ;; '. of the Presbyterian church M-.ri- i day, Oct. 7th. Tnt- wives of tne men '•'. the Burl Com Sen:..ol faculty will b'= h • guests. Corn pickin' . . . fall plcwiiv . . . . . . busy lime at hand for Kossuih And here to serve ALL your fail Urm needs is the slafi of Taylor Implement, wish c slock that lakes in everything from ihe new Ccit "400" Tractor lo Kewanee e-levaiois. Behler. dryers. Ford Corn Pickers — and a wc-ii-bai- ancec line of used farm items. The Big "M" Mercury) is hire, loo . . . far oul ahead in car styling and performance. And for farm and icwr: wives, Taylors feature those justly-famous Amana Home Freezer*, more timely than ever :n the tall season! Take your needs to T&yior's — teU Taylor's what you need! Sewing meeting of the- Burl V.F.W. Aux:hary WHS helci the home of Esther Willitrns, Tuesday afternoon. Oft. 1st. r.ight is being held tonight ("Thursday) at the Presbyterian church beginning w;:r. 6 -luck supper 'at '6:30 o'tloc-i:. F-,;iowirig the supper RoDtn Angus will show pictures taker, in Korea and Japan wr.iie ht was servir.g there. Feeds Seeds and Fertilizers An extra ipreading truck added to our service • • • now equipped to give you i iasl fertilizer *pre*ding . . . I iiiso complfctt line all ruun- j b*r* in bulk teriilUeri. ! diy wiil be observed at the Mttfiodii't Cniii<cr. Ocr Gtr.. Tnerr w:i; br u reception of r:tv.- nierr. Tjirr-j aisi; bcptiirris. H'j'.y Comrnunion wiii ne ob- sfervfed n\ B\ John's Lutnerar Cnu.". r Sundtv. Oct. 6ih R--v P J riri:;--: AlEor.i. v.'.ll :, No Gift like this in all the World T AY L O R IMPLEMENT CO. CY 4-2467 ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. ar.d Mri Wm. H. Bitt Fioj'.-r ana Pamela. Irvingt-.n. v.'i-rr Kuppt: Euesti at \--.k par- er.tii V.'rr. F Batts las! Wedrit-s- sty evenLT-g Evening ca-it-.-c v.-ere Mr and Mrs Hawa.d J. Ea!» ana fatnljy, M: trie! Mrs J-ji.n M !.i:iifcr arid farr.ily and Mr and .'.L'i. Rj.'jfcj-t Angus and S-iibn, Cfept. fcbtt :i .'it/nit oii a 'rfiJ-a^y '.•:jr.Voitj'.-er-l i-.-ave fro:;. \VL!U-I Reed K-.-=p;'.a!. Waihing 1 . •!<.. D C Mrs Delrnai Angos ari'j Joyce iptnt i. rtc-ent wetkend v.--th Mi and M. r i Dufcn-:- Chj-istt-r.^ j. r . k:,d Sr.Jrlt-y ftl C-i-Qtr Rapid.'Burt m(':s of the- Alaor.a. C..---L ..: tr.t Rvorga;..Zi-; Cr.'lrc:. oi J«iii Chrict btteaaea t C:rtl* r; •;.-..:..-• - '.:.'. D E P:.;tr; :.c,r..t For i »ery ipecitl tomeaai. . • »nd fur new ideas on way* to give * portrait gift—come in. tee now portrait* can be a »uecial greeting to your family, a frieud, or lo a favorite household! But don't be too late — It is mipo&siblfc to accommodate fcverj-one in December — Good, Portraits aud Picture Work take Unit. YOU TAKE TIME, TOO, LOOK YOUR BEST TaJt« Tun« Now For An Appointment DECEMBER 18 TOO,LATE ISAACSON STUDIO CY 4-2593 this community. He is a former Burt resldettt, ' Ne\*S of Mrs Martha Carter, former Burt resident, was received recently from her daughter Lynrm Cartef Ollom. Mrs Carter has • been hospitalized receiving x-ray therapy. She sends thanks to friends for their cards and letters. When she leaves the hospital her address will be 551 E. Mayfield, San .'Antonio, Texas. Mrs .John M. Miller and ch»l r draft and Mr and Mrs Robert Angus and Susan visited Sunday afternoon at the parental Wm. Batt home. Mrs Robert Angus and Susan spent "Wednesday of last week with Mrs David Miller, Algona. Mrs Charles Hanson Jr., Algona, called at the Howard Batt home Monday morning. , NOTICE* Resolution for Uie destruction of other than noxious weeds on Roads. To All Property Owners: Be it resolved by the board of supervisors of Kossuth county, Iowa: That pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 317.18. Code of Iowa, 1954, 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 by the adjoining projferty; owner to prevent seed production, ott or before Novetn- *. If the adjoining owner fa Us to cut. burn, or otherwise destroy Mid weeds as required In said Order tne county commissioner shall have the same cut. burned t . or ' otherwise destroyed and the Cost thereof 4 «|i«JlJ« paid from th* general county fund, and recovered later by an assessment against .the adjoining pMperty ownert n« nrovlded in section 311 M. _. .. H. 8. Scheppmann, ChaiN man. Board of Supervisor* of Kowuth COTtnty. Publtthed in th» Algorta tittOet" Des Moines, Algona, Iowa, Oct. 3, 1957. Modern Thermogas .FOR HOME HEATING SAFE ECONOMICAL • CLEAN AUTOMATIC THERMOGAS CO. OF ALGONA CY 4-2841 IXs THURSDAY -FRIDAY - SATURDAY WELCOME! 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