The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 10, 1957 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 10, 1957
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•-Afgena fto.) Upper &M Motn«t Thursday Oct. 10, LEDYARD By Mrs D. B. Mayer Mr ;iru! MIS Kvrritt N< Ison and frr'-'h i>f Sprncvicvv. NVh visited ;-study at i s o Ait Kramers- nu'i<-! home. M; and Mrs Leo Will.Klsor. ami Sandra vi.- U'.i Mrs Willed Sen'<; mother, Mr? Anna Moon at 1 In\Vi."d recently. Thry also visiti ,1 at Falls. M]^ Mnru R. fit*. 1 ; man enter- taim-il thr Mixurnrtte club at her homo recently. Mrs Wayne Gade nnd son. Craig, of Whittcmore visited at the ho;r,o of hiT mother from Sept. 27-29. Mr nnd Mrs Cyril Haas* left Sept. 27 for St. Paul. Minn, where they visited over the weekend at the home of their daughter nnd family. Mr and Mr? Fred Arcrmd and Ly>. Mr nnd Mrs Geors'.e Lnroo o f Klemme. cousins of Mrs George Thompson, and Jnnette nnd Isabella Mason of LuVerne were recent Sunday guests of the George Thompsons. Mr and Mrs William Klinker and son Gary went to Primghai on Saturday. Sept. 28, to soend 1he weekend with Mrs Klinker's parents, Mr and Mrs Chris Anderson. Mr and Mrs Martin Kallcstad of Frost came on Sept. 28 and accompanied Mrs Marie Halvorson arid Marvel to Waterloo where they visite:! over the weekend at the home of Dr. and Mrs Paul Wilson and family. Mrs Lena Warner went to Algona recently and spent the weekend visiting at the home of her son and family, the Leonard Warners. Kenneth Thompson of Sioux City recently visited his parents, Mr and Mrs George Thompson. Mrs Hazel Carpenter recently took her daughter, Mrs Carl Noyes, to Mankato and from thr .re she took the bus to Grand M:irias, Minn. Mrs Carpenter remained over the weekend at the home of her sister and her husband, the M. Zarlings. Mr and Mrs Glenn Dyer and twin daughters of Matton, 111. and Mrs Grogan. mother of Mrs Dyer from Chicago, were recent visitors at the home of Mrs Eunice Dyer and son Howard. Mr and Mrs Edward Looft were in Des Moines recently attending an R.E.A. meeting. Mr and Mrs William Stubbe and daughters of Ankeny were recent weekend visitors at the Albert Barnes and Mrs Martha Magge homes. Mrs Zilphy Hardt accompanied the Elmer Andersons of Elmore to Sutherland recently to attend the baptism of their grandson, Henry William Hardt. Mr and Mrs J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah and Madonna went to Morris. Minn., over the weekend to visit at the home of their daughter and family, the Thomas Whitcombs. The Esther Circle of the Methodist W.S.C.S. met at the home of Mrs William Klinker on Sept. 26 with Mrs Tice Brack as assisting hostess. Melva Burrow, and Dewain Wilcox of Mason City, and Ernest Burrow, who has just recently gone to St. Paul where he is working in the Montgomery Ward Store, were home for a recent weekend at the parental Glenn Burrow home. Mrs D. B. Mayer went to Des Moines recently and visited over the weekend at the home of her daughters, the George Gonias family, and Peggy Mayer. Mrs Freda Frey visited recently at the home of her daughter and family, the James Burris at Bradgate, Bancroft Girl A Bride SPEAKING V-, Mrs James Edward Welch ' GROWING # OLD WAITING FOR HOT WATER? You can change all that with a modern new electric hot water heater. No matter what-size your family, you'll find your electric water heater work free, worry free, and handy with hot water for everyone everytime. And with today's lower than ever electricity rates, you'll find an electric water healer a real bargain. See about it today. Algona Municipal Utilities Phone CY 4-2333 Geraldine Shillinglon, daughter of Mr and Mrs E. J. Shillington, of Bancroft, and James Edward Welch, son of Mr and Mrs Richard Welch, of Maxwell, were united in marriage by the Rev. Father J. H. Schultes at nine o'clock Saturday morning, Sept. 28, in St. John's Catholic church at Bancroft. Attending the couple were Robert Welch, brother of the bridegroom, as best man, and Mrs Robert Menke, classmate and ffiend of the bride, as matron of honor, and £" r y. W f,l ch ' Dick Schuster, Mrs Robert Shillington and Patricia Welch. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in St. John's hall for 120 guests. The bride is a graduate of St. John's high school of Bancroft and has been employed at State Automobile and Casualty Underwriters, Des Moines, since graduation. The bridegroom is a graduate of Maxwell high school and is employed at International Harvester Co., Marshalltown. After a short honeymoon, the young couple will be at home at 501 West Main, Marshalltown. (Glenn's Studio Photo, UDM Engraving) St. Benedict News Mrs Bob Hardcopf and children, Jan and Robbie were at the former's mother's home, Dorothy Arndorfer, the past week while Bob' was at Waterloo. They visited in Bob's parents home too. Mr and Mrs Nick Arndorfer spent Oct. 2 at the Waterloo Cattle Congress. Mr and Mrs Bob Mayer and Mr and Mrs Francis Froehlich did also. Mary Catherine Bormann is still not in school after having been sick three weeks. Half of this time was spent in St. Ann. She was very sick, tonsilitis developing into quinsy. After she is completely well, a ton- silectomy will be performed. Her Drother Tony has been in the hospital, too. A severe nose bleed needed attention. ' They are children of Mr and Mrs Donald Bormann of LuVerne. NOTES OF SERVICE MEN It's grand s a salad dressing and s spread! Mode by KRAFT from the one nnd only MIRACLE WHIP and special pickle relishes Sandwich Spread FORT LEONARD WOOD, MO. —Army Pvt. William D. Beemer. son of Mr and Mrs Guy Beemer! Lakota, Iowa, is scheduled to complete eight weeks of • basic combat training Sept. 27 under the Reserve Forces Act program at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 21-year-old soldier is a 1957 graduate of Morningsjde UpJJege in Sioux City and a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. U. S. FORCES, GERMANY — Army 1st Lt. Sverre H. Hammer, son of Mr and Mrs S. H. Hammer, Swea City, Iowa, re cently was assigned as a dentis with the 769th Medical Detach ment in Germany. Lieutenant Hammer enterec the Army in July of this year and was last stationed at Fort Sam Houston, Tex. The lieutenant is a 1957 grad uate of State University of Iowa SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Roge. G. Rippentrop, son of Mr anc Mrs Cort C. Rippentrop of La kota, Iowa, graduated from rec ruit training Sept. 27 at the Naval Training Center, San Diego, Cal The graduation exercises, marking the end of nine weeks of "boot camp", included a full dress parade and review before military officials and civilian dignitaries In nine weeks of instruction the "raw recruit" is developec into a Navy Bluejacket, ready for duty with the fleet. FINGER Robert Beard of Hudson suf fered the loss of a finger recent ly. His wedding ring caught on a truck mechanism as he was jumping from the truck, severing the finger which later had to b amputated. the Gift that goes everywhere lasts for Always * * "*** Sometimes a gift ends op stored away in a drawer. Sometimes a gift wears out. But th$ gift that will always please—always mean most *~is your gift portrait! Let us make a fine pk* tore of you now. Cowe to, w telephone for yew appointment. DON'T WAIT - MAKI AN APPOINTMENT NOW! - DECEMBER IS TOO LATE Isaacson Studios AlCONA CY 4-2593 150 Attend Eastern Star At Livermore Livetmote — One hundred and fifty attended "Friendship Night" when the Eastern Stars met Tuesday, Septt 24 at Livermore. The regular officers, headed by Mrs Paul Wade, worthy matron, opened the meeting. The present organist, Mrs Tommy Kissinger, nnd present treasurer, Mrs John Olson were presented with gifts. An exchange march was held and guest officers from Humboldt, Rolfe, Clarion, Renwick, West Bend, Swea City, Eagle Grove, > Corwith and Gilmoro City initiated Mrs Xena Anderson and John Olson into the order. Other towns represented were T owa Falls, Kanawha, L a k o Mills, Santa Ana, Calif., and Walworth, Wis. Family Reunion There was a family reunion Sunday, Sept. 29 at the home of Mrs Frank Sprong. This was the first time in 11 years they had all been together. Those attending were Frank Murray of Back- duck, Minn., Mrs Louis Allen of Curlew, Mr and Mrs Joe Murray and daughters of Laurens, Mr and Mrs Alvin Weaver of Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Jim Murray Jr. of Norfolk, Va., Mr and Mrs Jack Murray of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Jim Murray Sr. of Cedar Falls, Gerald Sprong and daughters of Brewster, Minn., Mr and Mrs Bill Wilson and grandchil dren of Webster City, Mr and Mrs Clyde Wilson and children o Fort Dodge and the Roy Salmon family of Livermore. The Methodist Adult Fellow ship group met at the Arlo McGowan home Monday evening Sept. 30. New officers who were elected are: Arlo McGowan, president: Mrs Harold Stoddard, vice president; Mrs Herbert Raney secretary; and Kenneth Howard, treasurer. The group presentee a gift to Mr and Mrs Dean Zeman for their new son. Mr and Mrs Seagren and family have moved here from Minnesota. He is the foreman of the M & St L bridge crew who are working close by. They live in the northwest part of town. Miss Florence Altman, Mrs R. W. Beardsley, Mrs Jessamine Miller, Mrs August Paulson, and Mrs Dorothy Malkmus attended the District Federated club meeting in Rockwell City Wednesday, Sept. 25. Saturday, Sept. 28, dinner guests at the home of Margaret Malin and Edna Goodenough were Mr and Mrs King and Mrs Ruby Holmes. The Kings have closed their home and have gone to St. Paul to visit their sons and their families and later they plan to go to Richland, Wash., to spend the winter at the home of their son, Lloyd. Pat Faith and Carol Olson, who are employed in Algona, spen Sunday at the Carl Olson home Michael.Tideback recently ac companied his aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs Russell Tideback o: Belmond, to Minnesota on a fish ing trip. The Phil McDonald family spent a recent weekend visiting at the home of his parents, M and Mrs Ray McDonald at Allen dale, Minn . Mrs Frank Cox is enjoying a visit from her brothers, Mr anc Mrs Nick Marso and Matt Marso of Twin Falls, Idaho. Mrs Bess Devine attended the funeral of Corydon Nagle o: Clarion Sept. 26. Sept. 27 she visited in Eagle Grove with hei sisters, Maude Merrill and Mr; Jack DeVaul. Mr and Mrs Bernard Devine of Woden visited Sunday at the Frank Devine home. Harry Dolder was home from school in Minneapolis, Sept. 28 He accompanied the Dick Heft family to Omaha where they visited at the home of a daughter and attended the baptisma' services of a grandson. Mrs Ray Falb went to Rochester Monday, Sept. 30, for a check up at the hospital. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Howard and son Jim drove to Des Moines Sunday, Sept. 30 where they spent the day with their son Jerry, and Richard Falb who are attending Drake. Guy Raney returned from a two week's vacation. He spent one week in Sioux City atttend- ing a Masonic meeting and another week Mr and Mrs Raney and Floyd visited in Rowley with Mrs Max Grover and family and in Cedar Rapids with their daughters, Shirley and Lois. County Election By 4-H Boys Called Oct. 23 The 22 boy's 4-H clubs will hold their annual county election o! officers Wednesday evening, Oct. 23 at the County Extension Office. All 4-H clubs are invited to nominate a candidate for office and a voting delegate. Candidates should be 15 years of age Jan. 1, 1958 and have completed two years of club work. Voting delegates will be allowed two minutes to give the qualifications of their candidate such as years of club work, projects carried, offices held and activities taken part in. The meeting will be in charge of the following boy's county officers — president, Duane Jensen; vice-president, Aaron Anliker; secretary-treasurer, David Erickson and reporter, Robert Chambers and recreation chairman, Melvin DeGeeter. Newly elected officers will attend a district 4-H officers training school October 30 in preparation for the annual county officer training school to be held in December. FIRE The back dual wheels on n flatbed trailer of a big semi stuck and generated enough heat by friction to break out in a blaze near LeMars recently. All four tires on the dual burned. No damage was done to the metal trailer. Report On 19 D.H.I. A. Herd Test. Nineteen dairy herds were officially tested in D.H.I.A. during September according to Forrest Hofbauer, supervisor for the north unit of the Kossuth D.H.I.A., Inc. New member added was Ed Fitzgerald & Son. Armstrong. The four highest herds for the month were owned by John Roger, Leander Menke, Fitzgerald & Son, and Sidney Payfte. EGG PLANT Jim Prantle of Manly recently was displaying an egg plaftt from his garden that weighed 5 pounds and was 25 inches in circumference. Jim has been raising egg plants for the past 15 years and this was the largest one he had ever seen. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE FOLLOWING PRIZE WINNERS AT OUR GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION: MRS. ELMER POTTER, ALGONA VACUUM CLEANER MR, AND MRS. PRANK ORANDJENETT, ALGONA CLOCK RADIO TED R. CHRISCHILLES, ALGONA TOASTMASTER TOASTER REV. G. J. GERIKE, ALGONA RADIO FRANK STERLING, ALGONA ELECTRIC CLOCK Frankl's D-X Service 304 N. JONES ALGONA Former Swea Youth Honored Swea City—Jim Dresser, Ames high school senior and son of former superintendent Lloyd Dresser, was named Prep of the Week in Wednesday's Des Moines Register. Jim, who is now six- feet-one and weighs 167, plays the end position on the Ames ijgh school grid team, which now aas second place in the state poll, topped only by Davenport. On •ecent visits here Jim has men- ioned that he hopes to major in >hysical education when he goes :o college, in preparation for coaching. The Dresser family ived here up until 1950 when hey moved to Ames. IT IT'S NEWS ~ WE WANT IT 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. HERMAN NORLAND CYLINDER The Norland family of near Cylinder is well- known in various circles. Herman and his wife, the former Gerda Canton of Watson, Minn., and their eight children are an active family. Herman has been a hog buyer for the past 14 years and has his stockyards and office at the south endge of Cylinder. He and his wife live on their 320-acre farm five miles northeast of Cylinder. Two of their sons, Ed and Gerald, farm the land. Gerald also teaches school in* Algona. Ed is a former state representative of Iowa. Two other sons, Albert and James, live at Mankato where they operate a real estate business. Howard is working on his M.A. degree at the University of Wisconsin. Madison. Charles is in his last year at St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., where he is majoring in chemistry. There are also two daughters, Mrs. Charles Boevers, Pocahontas, and Mrs. Les Rhodes, Waverly. Les formerly lived in Algona while a field man of the Farm Bureau. He is now district field man at Waverly. Mr. Norland is a member of the Cylinder Lions Club, the Lutheran church of DePew and has been for many years a director of the cooperative elevator and co-operative telephone exchange of Cylinder. Fourteen years ago he retired from farming and began buying hogs. He purchases an average of 14,000 head per year. Mrs. Norland is a graduate of the South St. Paul high school and of Augustana College, Canton, S. D. She taught elementary classes at the Cylinder school and in schools in southern Minnesota. She has been active for many years in 4-H club work. We Pay For Good Hogs! These "Friends & Neighbors 1 ' Represent Western Buyers In Your Community and Appreciate Doing Business With You* RAY KRANTZ Titonka MURRAY ELEVATOR Bancroft J, B, MERTZ West Bend E, K. JOHNSON Teuton WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEV. Whittemore DALE DUNDAS Burt GAYL W. JOHNSON Swea City HERMAN NORLAND Cylinder MURPHY LIVESTOCK Livermore - LuVerne <• Corwith LOU NITZ LakoJa-Ledyard W E 5 T m R N BUYERS SUPPLYING OVER 200 PACKERS & PROCESSORS

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