The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 17, 1957 · Page 16
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-** 4- B-Algono (»o.) Upper DM Moinet Thursdoy, Get. 1?, 195? Tjdbih From Evelyn Gordon Kuhn and John Kain have c no on one of their famous fishmr. t'ips again, way up to La Pa<=. That might be O.K. when lo\v;i is broiling under summer suns, but this time of year a point so far north has no attraction for tne — except the EXCELLENT fish which I have been so fortunate to have presented by Gordon. » » * Jim Allen has been off duly at the liquor store a few days. Some years ago he suffered a leg injury and since then has had to be a little careful on activities He has been very busy getting the Allen grocery ship-shape and has been on a ladder at rather long periods of time. That position is definitely not good for an ailing leg and Jim is glad the ladder business is finished. He has gone back to work but still isn't quite recovered. * * * Well, Halley's comei in it's day caused just as much furore as Spootnik, only we didn't have radio and T.V. to exploit it so much. Sometimes I think the "good old days" ARE that, don't you? » * • Mr and Mrs O. B. Laing have been visited by Mrs Laing's sister, Mrs Ethel Kaup of Corwin, Kan. Mrs Kffup has been postmaster at Corwin since she was appointed February 1, '1940. She is now retired and plans to make her home at Wichita. * • » Last Tuesday was a day set aside for going to Fairmont, to spend the day with my friend, Mrs Clarence Pannkuk. Came the morning, misty, rainy and completely disagreeable.. So we decided the best thing to do was stay at hom'e. By "WE" I mean Mabel Livingston, Esther and Me, The next day was much better for out-of-town trips so we headed for Mason City. I asked Mabel to take the old Clear Lake road so we could see the much touted "Venician Villiage". At the risk of bringing down the enmity Of the Clear Lake Chamber of Commerce or the managers of the promotion company, I'll say Venician Village" looked anything but Venician to me. So far it is first cousin to a drainage ditch. ' * » • After reaching Mason City I phoned by cousin Julia Cady and invited her to join us for lunch at the Green Mill. It must have been Algona day for there we met Mrs John McGuire and hei sister Gladys Burtls, and Mrs Corrinne Burgener and son John. We also saw Francis Holtzbauer. Shortly after that I met Harold Clark and a son of Bancroft. Now Harold is my second — no, it's third cousin, and we sorta got acquainted. I know his parents very •well, the late Frank Clark and Mayme Chapin Clark when they lived here. Not long after that, »s we were going along the street, we met 'Gertrude Sheridan (Mrs Edward Kelly) She was librarian here several years and will have many friends who remember her. * * * R§* Port threw a teat* info his family the other day. He was making a cardboard dog-house, the knife slipped and cut his thumb so badly he had to be rushed to a doctor and have three stitches taken. It was a day of disaster for Joan broke her glasses at school. * * « The day we planned io go to Fairmont, Mrs Gilles was going with us as far as Swea City, her former home. It is just as well our plans were changed, for had we gone, she would have missed a call from her friend Mrs Fred Mehie and son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs John Eckland. They would have passed us on the road. The Ecklands recently bought Mrs Gilles' home at Swea City just across the road from Mrs Mehie. She also had a chat the same day with the Rev. and Mrs Hammer, of Swea City, so you see "it's an ill wind—etc." A day or two later Mrs William Thompson and Mrs Harold Jones also of Swea City called on her so she says she won't have to go "traveling" — she's had her nice visit. * * * A year ago Mrs Margaret Up- mann came from Bonn, Germany to visit her friend, Mrs James Whittemore, who lived in Germany. Now the time is up and she must return home, a journey she is making very reluctantly for she has loved being here and thinks United States is a wonderful country. Mrs Whittemore and I agreed that the German people are a fine race. They have always ranked high in science, music and the other arts. They were misguided by a crazy fanatic at a time when economic conditions left them easy prey. Hazel Lusby, Lizzie Post and I are leaving tomorrow morning (Friday) for Davenport and will spend a few days with Mr and Mrs A. L. Long. We are going via Dubuque, will stop to say "Hello" to Bob and Meredith Holzhammer, thence along the "Father of Waters" to our destination. We also plan to see Betty and Raymon Henry at Moline. They lived in our apartment once upon a time and will be remembered by Algonans. 55 YEARS Linus and Frank Swansori were united in Chariton recently after not seeing one another f °r 55, years. The brothers became separated after their arrival in this country from Sweden and each believed the other had died. Linus is a Chariton resident and a retired coal miner from Monroe .country. RUBBER CEMENT It Upper Des Moines. J. L Millers, Burl, Wed 40 Years, Oct. 20 But! — Mr and Mrs J. L. Mil lef will observe their 40th wed ding anniversary Sunday. Oct 20th. Open house will be in the Fellowship Hall of the Methodist Church from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. A program will be given at. 3 o'clock The Millers have two son?, Clark of Titonka and Laurence of Run- nemeade, N. J. Laurence and hi.* family will be unable to attend the observance. A Deputation Team from Morn- mgside College, Sioux City, had charge of the Morning Worship service last Sunday at the Methodist Church. After the service they were entertained in the*L E. Riebhoff home. Fidelis Class will meet Wednesday, Oct. 23rd, with Ada McFarland. Jenny Riebhoff will have the program. Mary Keith, Claudette Sceley and Karen Lavrenz, who aru attending Iowa State Teachers College spent a recent weekend with home folks and friends. Mr Charles Lappe who has been a patient at Mercy hospital, Mason City, is improving and was brought home last Sunday. Mrs Lottie Isenbergnr' is now at Wilfair Haven. She will return to Iowa City Oct. 18 for a check-up. The next meeting of the Cub Scout pack will be a> Masquerade party at the Legion Hall Oct. 28. Mr and Mrs Walter Lockwood are in Rochester where Mr Loojt- wood is under observation at St. Mary's hospital. Mr and Mrs Dale Lockwood drove to Rochester Sunday to spend the day with them. Mr and Mrs L. E. Riebhoff drove to Bricelyn, Minn. Saturday and spent the afternoon and evening at the Herman Wertjes and Charles Helgeson homes. Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus and Joyce were at Ames last Sunday tq attend the 50th wedding anniversary observance of Mr and Mrs Christenson who are parents of Duane Christenson, son-in- law of the Augusts. Practice is underway for the annual Operetta of the Burt Community School. The main characters are Judy Hinckley, Shirley Schwietert, Barbara Dremmel, Barbara Parsons, Donna Teeter, Roberta Hamilton, Lois Lichter, Linda Larson, 'John Smidt, Hadley Castor, David Stewart, J. D. Andrews, Richard Johnson and LaDell Olson. The persistent practicing of the Marching Band payed off last Saturday at the Marching band jpntest at Pocahontas when the 3urt Band received a "first" rating. Mr and Mrs Jack Gifford, iu- Verne, are parents of a son born Wednesday, Sept. 25th. He has 3een named Danny Lee. Mrs Gifford, the former Aria Moore, and son spent several days with her parents, the R. L. Moores. Mr and Mrs W. J. Crosby of Citra, Florida are the parents of a daughter bom Sept. 27. Mr and 'Mrs Frank Ryerson are the maternal grandparents, Mrs Crosby being the former Joyce Rycfsoft. Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf, Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf and Barbara and Mr and Mrs W. B. Shipler, Swea City, were guests last Sunday of Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf. The U & I Circle met Tuesday with Mrs Merle Schwietert, Mrs George Hawcott assisting. Officers were elected for the coming year and Secret Sisters for the past year were revealed. Mr and Mrs Roy F'ethkender, Storm Lake and Mr and Mrs Peter Trunkhill, Hettinger, North Dakota visited last Thursday and Friday at the Fred Lavrenz home. The men are nephews of Mrs Lavrenz. Mr and Mrs L. E. Riebhoff, Lorena and Miss Esther Veatch, Des Moines, drove to eastern Iowa a recent Sunday and enjoyed the scenic drive along the Mississippi from Lansing to McGregor. On the return trip they visited Rev. and Mrs Bearse at Volga. The Good Will truck will be in Burt Wednesday, Oct. 30th. Any materials for the Good Will Industries may be left at the Lee Cole home before that date. Mr and Mrs Howard Batt Sr. and Mr and Mrs Clifford Abbas were hosts to the School Custodians from this area at the Burt Community School last Saturday night. A pot-luck supper at 6:00 o'clock started the evenings activities. World Day of Prayer will be observed at the Methodist church Wednesday, Oct. 30. This is the public observance of the Week of Prayer and Self-Denial. Mr and Mrs Harold Reimers and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Reimers and sons and Mrs Ann Reimers were at the Carrol Reimers home last Saturday evening to help Carroll celebrate a birthday. V/m. Batt Sr. returned last Saturday from Estherville where he has been employed the past month. Mr and Mrs Joe Zanke observed their 60th wedding anniversary at their home last Sunday, October 13th. Mr Zanke is now at home after recent surgery at a Mason City hospital. Algona Aces Elect Algona Aces 4-H got off to a lying start with election of new •fficers as follows: President, Margaret Yeoman; ace president, Karen Haase; Secretary, Pat Hurt; Treasurer, Patty Schneider; Reporter, Rosemary Medin; and Historian, Judy Johnson. Plans were made for installation to take place Tuesday, Oct 22. ,A bake sale will take place at Hood's Grocery, Nov. 2. ' ' *• Post - Nuptial Shower Honors Tifonka Bride r Portland Boys 4-H Portland Boys 4-H met Thursday, Oct. 10 at the Portland Twp. Hall. Bob Johnson was preset and showed a film, after which lunch was served by Mrs Harms — A post nuptial shower was held in honor of Mrs Jacqueline Van Hove, the former Jacqueline Gerdis, at the Methodist Church parlors Tuesday evening, Oct, 8. Before a table decorated with flowers and a wedding cake the bride unwrapped her many gifts being assisted by her sisters, Mrs Junior Steinlicht of Britt and Sandra Gerdis. Mavis also assisted bringing the gifts to and from the table. Hostesses were Mrs Claus Krull. Mrs Vernon Krull, Mrs Ralph Harms, Mrs John Scott of Charles City, Mrs Junior Steinlicht of Britt. -Approximately 50 attended. • Mr and Mrs Wm. Boyken attended the Lutheran church supper at Britt Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Henry Korte of Albuquerque, New Mexico, arrived Thursday to visit at the home of their son and family, the Kensey Kortes of Britt and other Titonka relatives and friends. The first meeting of the Brownies will meet Wednesday Oct. 16 __ after school at the Hot Lunch room. Anyone interested contact Mrs Harley Lehman or Mrs George Sachau their leaders on or before that date. The Good Hope Lutheran Annual Mission Festival will be observed Sunday, Oct. 20 with Missionary John Johnson of Ecuador, and Pastor J. G. Bangert of Worthington, Minn., as guest speakers. Mr and Mrs Lowell Merrick and Jeanelle of McHenry, North Dakota were Tuesday dinner guests at the home of their cousins, the J. L. Intel-mills and supper guests of Mr and Mrs George Sachau, Phyllis., and Debbie. Mr and Mrs Donald Baker of Belmont, Calif., are the parents of a baby girl named Bonita Kay. The mother is the former Irene Baade, daughter of Mr and Mrs Dick Baade. Mrs George Sachau entertained her sewing club Thursday ever and Mrs Wilbur Sexton and family entertained in honor of their daughter Ann's birthday and also Mrs Sexton's birthday. Those present were Mr and Mrs Don Sexton and family of Fairmont, Minn., Mr and Mrs Archie Sexton of Newell, Mrs George Townsend and Joice Sexton of Lynn Grove, Shirley Farnham of Spencer, Mr and Mrs Donald Dollman and sons, Mr and Mrs Ted Dunmire and Mr and Mrs Robert Lang. Mr and Mrs George Tjaden and Mr and Mrs Ben Siehlmann were afternoon guests of Mr and Mrs Alfred Boelkes and Audrey. >Dinner and afternoon guest of Audrey was Ellen Smidt. Mr and Mrs Stanley Tryon and family of West Liberty were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Dick Baade and other relatives and friends. Mr and Mrs George Alke were accompanied by Mrs Lois Alke, Mrs Anna Alke, Mrs Myrtle Alke and Mrs Vollina Michaelson to Rock Rapids, Thursday, where they helped Mr and Mrs Junior Thacker move to Amboy, Minn. Leonard Callies returned to his home Wednesday after spending a few days in the Britt Memorial hospital. Mr and Mrs Ed Ites of Ban- croft were Sunday afternoon guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Senus Isebrand. Shirley Tjarks, daughter of Mt and Mrs Herman Tjarks, was home for the weekend. She is attending college at Orange City. Mrs Oscar Norland visited hef •husband at the Veterans hospital at Des Moines Sunday. Mr Norland has been there the past three weeks. Mr and Mrs Francis Anderson of Humboldt, John Baade of Ft. Dodge and Wm. Baade of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Franklin Fox of Wesley were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Fred Baade. Mr and Mrs Robert Spear and family, Mi% Anna Swyter, Mrs Anna Ubbeh, Margaret* Ruth. Katheryn and Clara Everding and Mr ahd Mrs Elmer Boyken and family were guests of Mr and Mrs Ewald Bruns and family Sunday afternoon. Mr ahd Mrs John Van Hove of Iowa Falls, Mr and Mrs John Van Hove and family of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family were guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Ted Van Hove's Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ed Boyken was in St. Paul Sunday through Wednesday where Ed attended an income tax school. The two younger boys stayed with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Wm. Boyken. Mrs Gene Krominga attended a shower for Mrs Donnie Hansmeier of Crystal Lake Friday evening. Don't forget to attend the P.T.A. meeting at the Titonka School Gymnasium Monday evening, Oct. 21. Earl Hall, editor of the Mason City Globe Gazette, will be guest speaker. Mr and Mrs Tom Loats attended the homecoming game of football at Mankato Friday evening where their son Kenneth took in the program. Mr and Mrs Martin Brandt visited the Paul and Fred fhackers at Indianola on Monday. Mr and Mrs Elmer Peterson have their new home completed and moved in the past week. Mr and Mrs Carl F. Callies spent the weekend at Lincoln, Neb., where they visited at the home of their daughter and bus* band, the Raymond Burchett's. MUftT John Horn, four year .old son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd Horn of Stuart, escaped serious injury recently when he fell from a wagon loaded with beans and the vehicle passed over him. He suffered a number of bad bruises. Mount Robson, elevation 12,972, located in British Columbia, is the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies. THE THREE INCHES... THAT CAN CHANGE YOUB FIGURE- The difference between vow figure ond the on* you know cowM ' fco yours moy be lost a matter of indies... perhaps only threel But, whether you need to lose three Inches or many more; (to Stauffer Home Reducing Plan of effortless exercise ond calorie •eduction can start your figure dreams coming true. for » courtMy flgur* « ytl* «nd horn* dtmonitr*- tlon of tht SUgftar Horn* Reducing P|*n« by i trttrad S»tuff«f figure counMtor... 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SCHMITT til 1 »», i- i - ms, "- IT i m i m*. III m Sponsored by the local cooperative association in company with other central Iowa cooperative* participating in the Co-Op Formyla Feed Program, the Co-Op Sow-Buck Auction Sale at Eagle Grove placed purebred giltt of the breed 'hoice in the hands of 60 FFA and 4-H boyi and girls. Each boy or girl had been saving CO'Ou Ooen M»d Tagi to vie a* "money" at this, auction, » v r r» i Your Co-op Mangg er Can Tell You Why Co-Op Open Formula Feeds Are Tops THEY MAKE PROFITS FOR FARMERS - THE TAG TEUS WHAT'S IN THE BAG IT'S NOT A BAG OP PEEP, IT'S A FEEDING PROGRAM IRVINGTON CO-OPERATIVE CO. E F, Immerfdl, Mgr, Irvington, Iowa

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