The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1957 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 17, 1957
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4-Algonti fla.) Upper ttet Melfi»> Thondoy, Od. 4 Church Units At Livermore Met In Week > — The W Horn's Organizations of h.ith the Methodist and Presbyterian churrho? entertained out-of-town guest- last Wednesday. The Methodist W.S.C.S. enter- 'ained the LuVerne s,-c'iei>. i'iv. program include.i a pu\n-j ;m . organ duet by Mrs Ray Kaio ana Mrs Farlo Hamm. readings b\ Mrs Don Clark, and a vocal qu;;r- tot number by Mrs Dick Schultz. Mrs Leonard Wilson. Mrs Buireh Smith, and Mrs Rasmus Olson. The group enjoyed playing charades. Mrs Don Cook and Mrs Arlo McGowan poured. The Presbyterian Women's Organization entertained tho West Bend women at the home of Mr;Elwood Rummens. The le*soi was given by Mrs Clifford Munson of West Bend, and Mrs Paui Stevens of LuVerne played Q piano solo. Refreshments were served by Mrs Rummens assisted by Mrs Bob Rummens. The Fall rally of the Algons zone of the Walther League was held Sunday, Oct. 13, at Immanuel Lutheran church. The welcome was given by Ivan Larson, president of the host League A banquet prepared by the mothers and ladies' aid was served at 5:30. Toastmaster was Rev. G. J. C. Gcrike of Trinity Lutheran church at A.gona. The evening's rntei tainmcnt was a h.ivride foiiinved by a vespe: service The Catholic OuilJ met Tuesday at the church witn Mrs John Rinquist and Mrs Dorothy Malkmus anil their circle as hoste&^es Delegates appointed to attend the DCCW Convention October '2'L in Carroil were Mrs Francis Muiphy. Mrs Bob Wondei !y. Mrs Loin.- Behountk. Mrs Dorothy Maik- mus, M:s Alvin Leneriz. M:s Florence Altman. Miss Ag:it-: Berte. and Mrs Phil MacD.Wil.. Five Hundred was played \vi:high prize going to Mrs Alv;/. Bene and second high to Mv- Murphy. Mrs I/orothy Malkmur w.u ha-tess wlien tiie Equality club met Thursday. Mrs Keith Logue and Mrs Mary Colwell took Mrs Johanna Smith and Mrs Myrtie Bachman to the county Auxiliary meeting at Bode. September 30th. Mrs Mary Colwell attended th: DCS Moines district school o: Instruction for postmasters i: Fort Dodge at the Warden hole Sunday, Oct. 13 with about 2o( others. Homecoming for the Twin Rivers school was Friday, Oct. II when they defeated Ventura 34 to 12. Marilyn Gronbach and Bruce McGowan were crowned king and queen by Priscilla Hoi; who was last year's queen. Alice Maureen Lawrence S R of Webster City is expected home on leave Wednesday, Oct. It upon completion of her basic training in the Waves at Bainbridge, Maryland. She will re- Hutchins' Toe Saves the Bacon Public Auction As I have decided to quit farming and work for the Case Service X It^u 111 ' I ^l 8ell / he f 9? lo ^"9 «* ^e farm locked South and three-quarters of a mile West of Swea City, Iowa. ^ Thursday, October 24 SALE TO START AT 1 P.M. SHARP 77 HEAI> OF LIVESTOCK 77 , call Holslein Heifer, freshened in last of March. 40 HAMPSHIRE HOGS Feede * Pi9S * wei 9 h * 14 °- 2 Hampshire Sows SHEEP 15* Three year old Ewes. 9 Lambs. ~" POWER MACHINERY i J» 95 Ai CaS A. D i C Tra ^ or with power pack. 1 Case 4 How Cultivator. IB Albs-Chalmers Tractor. '47 Model. 1 4 Row Black Hawk Corn Planter, 4 years old. 1 Case 3-16 Plow on rubber, oil bath clutch 1 f iI!S £ adix ,?'c 16 ,» Plow . on ruW »f' ! 1S »• Omaha Disc. 4 years old. 1 1948 Case A-6 Combine with motor, complete with pick up. 1 4- Section Drag, three years old. 1 King Field Cultivator. 1 McDeering PowerBinder, used as a windrower. 1 P70 New Holland 66 Baler. 1 John Deere 34 foot Elevator. 1 John Deere Wide Hoist. 1 McCor- nuck Deermg End Gate Seeder. 1 Minnesota Manure Spreader on rubber. 1 New Idea Wagon, 4 years old. 1 Flare Wagon Box. 1 Steel Wheel Wagon. 1 Straight Wagon Box. John Deere Hand Corn Sheller with motor mount. Wood Saw with 30 in. steel blade. POULTRY EQUIPMENT MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 80 Yearling New Crop* Hens lay. Small Tools, Hog Trough. Pitch ing good. 10 Muscovy Ducks. 1 iPoifks, Shovels* Post Auger. Z 12X16 Prpbder House "with new ^"LP^ Scr8pw> Road DrB 9' TOOji jL in> OOQS Cv&S BTOOCXGF SfoVB A « i*sw»s» w*» 500 chick sire w. automatic con- Fencer. 300 gal. GasHarrel. Some XJri!? 1 ^ 1 "^ F . e * dws< i,-.*?° 5 ouse Hold Goods * Bed « Chairs gallon Chicken Waterer on Skids. Bugs, Etc, MILKING EQUIP- 2 Waieww. Egg Washer. MENT. *.«V4*- 500 Bales of First Ciitting Alfalfa Hay put up without rain. 100 Bales) Straw, Silage in 14 fpoi silo. NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS ARNOLD CARLSON, OWNER » .1 points after touchdown, including » - al, A-1-4U. — the foot to the ball for his final placekick of the night. The ._ v._u, (.u-au, and gave the Bulldogs the win shown holding the ball for Hutchins while the entire Algona line battles of white-jerseyed Clarion defenders attempting to block the kick. (Fred Isaac- ingravmg) turn to Bainbridge for a four to six months school in radio. She is the daughter of Mr and Mn Claude Lawrence, former residents of Livermore. Mr and Mrs John Hohenberger drove to Janesville, Oct. 4th to visit Mr and Mrs Carl Thies whom they had not seen for 51 years. Years ago the Thieses lived on the farm which is now occupied by the Ivan Frederickson family. Mrs Daryl' Frederick entered Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Tuesday. A son was born October 13 to Mr and Mrs Oren Beardsley in the Mercy hospital at Iowa City. Mrs Forbus Stiltz has been receiving a visit from her sister, Mrs Shirley Steinberg of California. Mr and Mrs Jack Staebler of Madison, Wis. .have been visiting at the Ed Miller home. Saturday they and Mr and Mrs Miller were dinner guests at the Keith Logue home. Fischer, Wedel 8t C. ClarkTAuctioneers SweaChy State'BankTclerk Boiling Water Spills On Foot Of Bancroft Woman Bancroft — Mrs John Menke suffered burns on one foot when she accidentally spilled boiling water on it. She is getting along nicely, now, however. Mr and Mrs William Welp and children of Marshalltown spent the weekend at the A. W. Kennedy and F. J. Welp homes. Mr and Mrs- Perry Torino entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of several birthdays which fall in October. Present were Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson and family, Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Francis Torine and family, Swea City, Mr and Mrs Howard Nage.1 and family, Fairmont, Mr and Mrs John Guy, Austin, Minn. Mrs Rose Murphy left Tuesday for Waverly, Winthrop and Marion, Iowa, where she visited her sons and family. Her daughter and husband who live in California and have been visiting in New York flew to Iowa and her son Thomas and family, Omaha will all meet at Winthrop for a family reunion. Mrs Cletus Dorr and Mr? Laurence Bergman drove to Mason City Friday and met Mrs Herbert Dorr and children of Osceola, Wis. and Roslee Dorr returned with them for a week's visit, Mrs Dorr came Friday evening from Wisconsin and Sunday they all spent the day at the Ben Dorr home at St. Benedict. Phillis and Patty Gouron, Mason City, spent the weekend with their mother, Mrs Joh Gouron. Mrs Walter Menke entertaine, at a dinner Sunday evening hon oring St. John's baseball players the cheerleaders, Father Schultes Father Adams and Mr and Mr V. J. Meyers. New4-HClubln Portland Twp. Now Organized Portland — The new Portland 4-H Club met Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Portland 1 Community Hail. Ten gkls and their mothers attended . the meeting Mary Staudt of Algbna, home economist, was present to explain the lessons and get them off to a good start. Mrs Mennet Trunkhill and Mrs Glen Larsen will be the new leaders. The new members are Marsha Shipler, Catherine Trunkhill, Janice Larsen, Julia Thompson, Sue Rasmussen, Korene Fitch, Judy Fitch an^l three daughters of Mr and Mrs Harold Lampe. Some more of the new members wer6"unable to attend. Mr and Mrs Jay Steven, Jeanie and Bernadene were Sunday dinner guests at the Milton "Steven home. ' Mrs Lloyd Bartlett and Mrs Tony Jand], Mrs Earl Zwiefel and Mrs Lewis Larsen attended the hobby day show Friday in Algona. Lawrence and Vincent Govern visited their mother, Mrs Mary Govern, Sunday afternoon. Mrs Bernard Phelps went to Plover Tuesday evening to get her mother, Mrs Minnie Sperring, Mrs Sperring will visit a few weeks at the Phelps home. Mr and Mrs C. L. Young went to Ames to spend the weekend with their daughter and son-in- law, Mr and Mrs Ramon Bisque. . Mrs Charles- Phelps visited at the home of Mrs Bertha Stow in Burt, Saturday afternoon. Robert Andrews was a Sunday dinner guest of Barry Nelson, Mrs Herbert Nelson, Linda, Kevin and Holly were Monday dinner guests of Mrs Mary Michaelsen in Titonka. Mr and Mrs Harold Becker and Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and family of Estherville were Sunday dinner guests at the Tom Trenary home, the occasion bejng Mrs Becker's and Mrs Dugan's birthday. Tom Trenary, Herman Schroeder and Eff Stewart of Burt left Sunday morning on a fishing trip up into Minnesota, around Osakis. One - Hitter For Menke; Johnnies Win State Title St. John's of Bancroft annexed the fall boys state baseball championship Thursday, Oct. 10, with a tight 2-0 win over Clarence. The title game was played at Radcliffe. Denny Menke took the hill for Coach V. J. Meye.r's outfit and fired a one-hitter at the losers. Trie Johnnies got only two hits, but made both pay off with runs. Menke was in trouble only once. That was in the top of the second inning when a single by Eddie Decker, catcher's interference and a hit batsman loaded the bases. Dave Dewell was whiffed by the St. John's ace to end the inning. The Johnnies got their first tally in the fourth as Tom Hatten got a base hit, followed by a hit batsman and a walk. A pick- off attempt went astray and Hatten raced home with the run. The final counter came in the bottom of the sixth. Two walks ahd a single by Allen Menke sent Denny Menke home with the run. Menke walked two, whiffed ten and hit three hitters whjle lis mound opponent, Bob Meyer, walked four, struck out seven and •jit one. Hatten and Allen Menke got one hit apiece to account for the St. John's total in the contest. Only 500 persons attended the linale. Diamond's SUPEH-QVAUTY MAGI . LUX ENAMEL House Paint Zinc & Titanium Base , WHITE Smtt l • g«l fcol -41 MS SAVE a,OQ Gal. Lot — 518,88 INSIDE Rubber'd Paint P«rch Point r 2-5 gal. Aluminum Pt 2,95 gal. Implement P't 2,95 gal. w« end's Gallon Paint Sale! Supper, Bazaar Burt Methodist Church, Nov. 6 Burt — The Annual Chicken Supper and Bazaar at the Meth- Odist Church will be Nov. 6th this year. The following com- nittees and Booth workers havc- jeen selected: Kitchen Commit- ee — chairman and co-chairman. Marie Parsons and Ada McFar- and; Muriel Ackerman, Harriet Slack, Idabelle Black, Lorraine 2ampney, Minerva Curtis, Pear! Daniels, Pearl Dutton, Genevieve Sraham, Charlotte H a b e g a r. rtary Beth Hamilton, Lilliar. Jeerdt, Hazel Larson, Eva Leep- r, Elizabeth Kennedy, Viol^ McDonald, Claudia Reutzel, Ruby tichards, Sharon Richards, Jenm liebhoff, Leona Salisbury, Helen ^chwietert, Vera Schwietert, Vir- gjje ' Smith, Lurena Soderberg Helen Steward, Effie Teeter, Phyllis Wiener and Myrtle Zwiefel, ,; Dining Room Committee — Chairman and Co - Chairman, Wantalee Hawcott and Velma Cook; Mary Jean Andrews, Eileen Qastor, Beulah Davis, Gladys Ijtoege, Toots Hoppus, Marilyn Johnson, Elsie Lockwood, Jean Lockwood, Blanche Long, Leom> Loystad, Shirley Lovstad, Arlene $[arlo\v. Beth Miller, Pearl Nol- 3nd, Frances Sarchet, Esthe' Schrader, Hazel Teeter and Orvilla Volentine. . Clean-Up Committee — Chaii- $jar», Lefie McMullen; Mary Jear. Carlson, Nellie Clark, Dorothy Lockhart, Erma Harvey, Gertie Iftoore, Cora O'Keefe, Rowen- Ryerson, Mary Sarchet, Florence Scbichtl, Lillian Stangl and Genevieve Spry. Selling Tickets — Edna Smith and Jessie Chafee. Checkers — Elva Simpson and Olive Moore. Publicity — Gladys Hawcott, Qeorgia Holding and Oma Bailey Hecp. and Callers — Eileen wnek and Benita 'Mitchell. £andy Booth — Marian West- iOB, Alice Cole, Mayme Schra- dff, Helen Vogel and Edith Chipman. Christmas Booth—Ethel, Smith Q^jrgia Holding, Ella Sigsbe? ang Emma Manus. food Booth — Stella Geesman L$u Hawcott, Rqby Davis, Lot- tj| I^nberger, Bertha Wallace aj[p Mabel Campney. • HkH^to'-Kfifneii — Rub> Hinckley, Mary Baer and Bertha Stow i Tilonka Bowls Over UK-Bend Eleven ,33- 6 Titonka's Indians, thwarted through the first, half by West Bend, <*nme bark with a red-hot atfark in tho finnl two periods pd basted tho Bulldogs, 33-6, at Wp=t B-nrl Friday ni?ht. • The Indians, who leveled their reason record at 2-2-1, will host Graettmger. one of the ton te^m* in this ftroa and undefeated leaders of the Cooibelt Conference, • tomorrow (Friday) niijht, Grneffin'jer downed Swea City, 34-R Friday. West Bond counted its touchdown in the opening period on P *wn ya"d plims"> by Paul Hnn- selmnn, then hold off Titonlu* ur'il in'orm's^ion time. Tho Indians stormed b^rk. and vith .Tnck Trunkhill counting on runs of in. 28 and 38 yard*. Von easily. The other two Titrniks touchdowns were scored by Clinton Asche. who went 53 yards and Wendell Schutjer on an 18 yard burst. Cresco Chums Install Officers The Cresco Chums met Oct. 7 at the home of Lucille Gade with 16 members and two leaders present. The kitchen shower for Dorothy Gade will be held Oct. 19, 7:30 p.m. at the Ervin Gerber residence. Mrs Chamberlain explained the goals for the new year. The new officers were installed. They are: Madonna Gisch, president. Cheryll McNeil), vice president: Ann Smith, secretary; Jeanhe Ann Frideres, treasurer; Lucille Gade,, historian; Carolyn Roch- leau, reporter; Rosemary Gisch. photographer; Betty Besch, music, chairman; and Delores Eisenbarth, Recreation chairman Guests were Mrs EJtfon Shaw and Mrs Glenn Segar. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 17 GRID GUESSERS CONTEST Bf OL' MAN M03E VSM&JK 8H% top who §it«sid 18 out ef 20 |Wi *. •»«««•« K«»«flf game was 54 and i-* B * ftdu ™* had 59 a«d point total*. IAK *?£ °^ 6 ! Ih l^ 6ne 1 W** ftol »rt Meihon of LbVerne (63) and Charle* ElHoi of 8w«a Ciiy (66). . i many with l? comet guesses. Th«y *»#*« a** Marianne Rleken, Butit Harold esi Send; Lamsnl Jatuen and James D!et», ., 1rl T f SoreMen, Porttdtij and Monte Pearson, Batbara Bwtleii, ffcs Lowell Samp, and Jetry Rupp, all of Al- gonaj Blanche Sostalt, frtderickibur 9, Iowa. -wi 'S* 98 * 1 a""**** ef entries had IS and 16 correct, while we have one entry holding down the Mourner's Bench ° f on w..u« o - w *r blank on the Football Guessing Contest page. Get yours in flee r noon ' 8alu * ll »y' of *» *h« Upper Des Moines of• Checks to winners go.out the week following the garnw. Conference Standings W •Htimboldt _•_ 4 fiagle Grove 3 ALGONA I..2 I6wa Falls 2 Webster City ~~z Hampton . 2 Clarion ,__•_! Clear Lake _J._0 Armstrong Loses Willio Parks, who rambled 55 yards for one touchdown, led Ruthven to a 21-0 win over Armstrong at Armstrong Friday night in a Cornbelt Conference game. Fireflies that flash'red lights at the ends of' the body and green at the side have been found in South America; HONSBRUCH'S Rexali Ic Sale ENDS SATURDAY! BUT SMi-h-h Don't Soy I Told You WHY DON'T YOU Go In And Register YOUR NAME At RIGHT NOW!!! it's rather T-E-R-R-I-F-I-C A SMCIAl FEATUBe OF WIIIOENS JEWEIERS 13th ANNIVERSARY I il

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