The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 37
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 37

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 3, 1957
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St. Paul's Lakota, Installs New S.S. Teachers Lakoia — Thirty-two Sunday School teachers and substitutes were installed in the St. Paul's Lutheran church on , Sunday morning. They are: Ilona Hert Zke, Joyce Blome, Karen Wai- lentine, Carolyn Blome, •"•Dc-flha Hertzke, Joyce Wertjes, Marcelyn Erdahl, Darlene Knedler, lomi Sachs, Thelma Steenhard, Luella Price, Agnes Christ, Aileen Dorenbiish, Leona Christ, Arlene Karels, Tena Geilenfeldt, Genn Hanson, Geneva Poppe, Marian Meurer, Marlene Sachs, Marjorie Cushman, Pearl Hertzke, Grace Anderson, Kathryn Christ, Helen Meyer, Virginia Bloomster, Gottlieb Rieffer, Gertrude Tietz, John Zimmerman, D. I. Groff, Don Wertjes and Rev. Meinecke. PTA First Meeting The first meeting for the year Of the PTA was very well at- attended when it was held on Tuesday evening, Sept. 24. The speaker of the evening, Ray Bryan of Iowa State College at Ames, gave a talk 'on "What Kind ,Of An Education Do You Want For Your Children." Membership Tea The American Legion Hall * was trie scene of the membership tea of the American Legion Auxiliary on Wednesday evening. President Joyce Wertjes had charge of the meeting. Ham Supper The Band Mothers' Organization served its annual ham supper Wednesday night, Oct. 2nd, in the hot lunch room at school. The money raised will go towards the purchase of- a basi horn. Many from here attended the funeral of Dave Carpenter at tht Ledyard Methodist Church on Sept. 23. Leslie Rieffer spent several days last week visiting with her grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ray Estle. On Thursday evening,,the Cub Scouts and their families: had a picnic supper. Due to the cold weather it was held in the town hall instead of outdoors as originally planned. A, new den has been formed with Mrs Henry Johnson as the den mother and Mrs Bob Bloomster, her assistant. Dean Koppen, Larry Bloomster, Jimmy Lester and Ronald Johnson are the new boys. Wednesday night Mr and Mrs J. E. Ukena and Mr and Mrs Ennenberg attended a dinner - mdeting of the .Regihal Hardware. ?3*3<%?m>^ '*'•• '• ^J«3y !a '""^* y " J !P ^ ™Yv - tFir?"^-'".* ' The wonderful Super Kern-Tone Color Harmony Book shows you over 1500 gorgeous color schemes thai will make your decorating easy . . . bring new life t& your present furnishings, too. We'll lend you the Color Harmony., Book without charge! . J ',- You're sure of success with - •>• - Super Kern-Tone and Kem-Glo colors The Sherwin-Williams Co. , across from the Post Office Algona Firm Buys Champ Barrow First hog to be auctioned off at the sale that concluded the,-recent National Barrow Show at Austin, Minnesota, was the Grand Champion Barrow. It was driven by its owner Gerald Anderson..ct'f Oscar W. Anderson and Sons of Leland,. Illinois, who shows in the picture just back of the pig. Trie Western Buyers lead the bidding on the pig all the way and it was ,sold to them at $3.10 a pound. Weighing ;225 pouids, it brought young Gerald a total of $696.50 in sales money. Western Buyers, an order buying company at Algona,. I&wa, was represented in the bidding by Lowell Smith, who appears in the picture with the pig and its previous owner. Association in the Forester Hotel at Forest City. Twenty-eight ladies from Lakota attended the fall Fort Dodge Presbytenal Kaliy at the Presbyterian church in Spirit Lake last Wednesday. The Acorn Club met for a pot luck picnic dinner Thursday afternoon at Huettner's Gardens. Twenty-two members were present, ^thel Smith had the meditation and Maude Barrett introduced the new officers. A preview of the Club program was given by Ann Hamilton. Irene Anderson, the legislative chairman, gave a report. The constitution and by-laws were read by the secretary, Marian Ennenberg. Sunday dinner guests at the Gottlieb Rieffer home were Mr and Mrs Leon McCoy and children of Grant and Mr and Mrs Ronald Schroeder and Russell of Lakota. Sunday evening guests were Mr and Mrs Richard Smith and family and Mrs Pearl Smith. Next Saturday, Oct. 5, the Lakota school band will travel to Algona to participate in the 9th .annual Algona. Band Festival. Sherry Lou Anderson has been selected by the band as their queen. Allen Smith arrived home Monday night to spend several days before returning to the Great Lakeg Naval Center. To protect the life of the President and to suppress counterfeiters are the two statutory duties of the U.S. Secret Service. Welps, Bancroft, Home From Six Weeks In Europe Bancroft — Mr and Mrs J. H. Welp retured this week from their six weeks vacation trip to Europe. Joey Welp stayed with the Don Welps while they were away. Darrell Grandgenett spent this week in Iowa City where he went for a check-up before entering .college. Darrell is suffering from a heart condition. Roman Wilhelmi is a patient of Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, where he is undergoing medical treatment. Mr and Mrs Arnold Dietering are parents of a daughter born at their home. Marcella Weber entertained 24 ladies at a Coffee party at her home Thursday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs Rose Murphy, Mrs -Cletus Dorr and Mrs Eliza-, beth Lampe. i»»A -group of neighbor ladies gathered at the home of Mrs Ed Ford, Monday afternoon for a' farewell pariy. Mr and Mrs Ford moved Tuesday to Algona where Mr Ford is employed in the Court House. Mrs Reinard Potthoff was taken by Garry Ambulance to St. Ann hospital Wednesday for medical treatment. Mr and Mrs Potthoff were planning to leave this week for their home in California after spending four months here. Mrs Eva Wilhelmi accompanied Mrs H. J. McNertney to Arizona where they will visit relatives. Kay Menke, 'freshman in St. John's, has been chosen cheerleader taking the place of her sister, Alice, who was a '57 graduate. Other cheerleaders are Becky Becker, Betty Menke, Gale Elsbecker, Joan Nurre, Charlene Goche. Larry Eckhart was taken to Holy Family Hospital. Esther- Ville, Saturday for medical treatment. ., Mr B. H. Sudemier, Minneapolis, Mr-ond Mrs Richard Sude- mier, Duluth, spent a few hours Saturday at the Laurence Bergman home. Maxine Menke came for a visit with the Laurence Menkes. Maxine,will be married Sept. 5, to William Russell of Omaha. ^ Mrs Chuck Ingells and daughters are visiting at the home of her parents in Eagle Grove. This is the EDSEL for 1958 "Priced from just above the lowest to just below the highest" Citation t-doar Hardtop Corsair t-door hardtop Pacer Coniertible Ranger l-door hardtop Bamwkt Station Wagon One of the Edscl's 18 elegantly styled models in 4 series is priced exactly right for you. And whatever model you choose, you can be sure of styling that is clean, crisp and distinctive. unlike any car you've ever known. Just one example: Teletouch Drive. Lightly touch a button— in the center of the steering wheel —and the Edsel shifts itself, electrically. EDSEL New member of the Ford family of fine cars As the Edsel's looks suggest, it is See and drive the Edsel today. SEE YOUR LOCAL EDSEL DEALER- OR1VE 1958's ONLY ALL-NEW CAR SCHULTZ BROTHERS EDA SOUTH PHIUIPS, ALGONA Homemakers Of Seneca Organize For New Year Seneca — Seneca hpmemakers held their fall organization tea at the home of Mrs John Johannesen with Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Martin Wilberg and Mrs Henry Looft as co-hostesses. Mrs Odey Cherland, Farm Bureau Woman's Chairman, was present and talked on goals for next year's program. Mrs John Johannesen demonstrated how to prepare a complete meal for outdoor cookery and Mrs Fred Johannesen and Mrs Henry Looft showed how to make and use a "buddy burner." Homemakers present included Mrs Odey Chorland, Mrs Anne Presthus, Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs John Struecker, Mrs Victor Struccker, Bertha Olsen, Mrs Bob Fortney, Mrs Wood row Kracht, Mrs Morris Johannesen, Mrs Fred Johannesen, Mrs Henry Looft, Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Myron Speer and Theresa Stelflug. Youth Sunday Observed The Blakjer Lutheran Church observed Youth Sunday at their morning worship services Sun- clay. Dwane Johannesen gave the opening prayer. Merle Halverson read the,Epistle for the clay. Ronald Cherland' read the Gospel. Messages from Barbara Halverson, Carol Johunnesen, Janet Geilenfeld. Gary Loge and- Lois Wilberg. Brief reports were given by the Leaguers on Bible Camp by Judy Bratrud and Donald Cherland; Leadership School, Marlene Jensen; and the Missoula convention, Marilyn Johannesen. The closing prayer was given by Larry Johannesen. Mrs Odey Cherland 'and Mrs Amey Cherland were hostesses at the Blakjer Women's Missionary Federation at the church parlors last Thursday. During the business meeting the group voted to hold a Lutefisk Supper in Novem- Demonstration \8t Persppal Showing ALGONA HOTEL TUES., OCT. 8 9 A.M. TO 12 NOON Batteries and service for most makes — You are in' viied to come in, IOWA AUDIPHONE CO. 611 Fleming Bldg. 6th Si Walnut Sis., D. M. Authorized Zenith Hearing Aid Dealer bet.' Mrs Odey Cherland and, Mrs Amey Cherland were elected as delegates to the Estherville Circuit Convehttett to be held'at Emmetsburg on Tuesday* Oct. 1. Thursday, October 3, 1957 Algona (To.) Uppar DM Morn**-A Non-Breakable PLASTIC VASE Fr!., Sat.; _____ and, Mortday IOC flrit haA&rtdVabt* vat*. Highly d In fl»xlbl«, mllk-whlM plaiile Th* ftylva in TIVJUQI*, miiK-wnirv pi -y»t looW, |oit Ilk* milk slow. Inchti hl0hi--' DAVIS PAINT "You'd like me to meet your Mother? We'd like to meet all mothers — and expectant mothers — to introduce them to our complete line of fine Baby supplies here at Rusk's. The famous names in all such as lotions/ powders, soothing oils, ,etc. Reminding you^molhers, too, that you want to have lots of pictures of the object of your affection . . . camera and film from Rusk's Camera Corner. We hope Baby stays so healthy he (or she) will not require need to services of our prescription department — but if so, remember that at Rusk Drug graduate pharmacists are here to serve you. JEWELP.Y A- Stf.-in PRESCRIPTION SERVICE MEET ONE OF YOUfc Western Buyers Neighbors CALL C Ypress 4-2411 OR CONTACT ONE OF , YOUR 'FRIENDLY WESTERN BUYERS NEIGHBORS' IF YOUR HOGS ARE READY TO MARKET. i WILBUR FOX Murray Elevator — Bancroft A hog buyer for the Murray Elevator at Ban- srofi is Wilbur Fox, a 45-year-old father of 15 children. Wilbur has been buying hogs since 1929. A. native Bancrofter, he farms 60 acres of land just at the east edge of town and 120 acres north of Bancroft. The farming is in the capable hands of his son, Bernard, who is 19 years old. The family lives on the farm east of town. While raising a large family takes up most of Wilbur's time, he does enjoy baseball and fishing. The children range in age from 5 to 26. The youngest are twins. Pat and Mike, who started to kindergarten this year. With a sigh of mixed emotions, Mrs Fox comments on the fact that she is now alone for the first time since their first year of marriage. There are ten children at home. Gene is leaching in Minnesota; Jim works for Western Electric; Bill is in the army stationed in New Jersey; Roger is a bookkeeper at Minneapolis; and Joan is in nurse's training at Minneapolis. Mrs Fox is the former Anna Rusiemeier. Mr Fox is a graduate of St. John's Catholic school. He is also a member of the school board. We Pay For Cood Hogs! These "Friends & Neighbors" Represent Western Buyers In Your Community and Appreciate Doing Business With You. RAY KRANTZ Titonka MURRAY ELEVATOR Bancroft J. B. MERTZ West Bend HERMAN NORLAND Cylinder E. K. JOHNSON Fenton WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEV. Whittemore DALE DUNDAS Burt GAYL W. JOHNSON Swea City MURPHY LIVESTOCK Liver more - LuVerne - Cotwilh LOU NITZ Lakoia-Ledyard WEST BUYERS SUPPLYING OVER 200 PACKERS & PROCESSORS

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