The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1957 · Page 11
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Flu Week At Lakota But S*r Think Now Worst Is Over fcy Mt» Eatl Lakoia «- Last week was flu week in the Lakota Cons, school when each day found an ihcreas- mg number of students absent and on Friday approximately 40% were ill. This Monday only 26% were absent so it appears the worst is over and school will be getting back to normal again. School work was slowed down and athletic practices cancelled because of so much illness. Students have been urged to stay at home until completely recovered. Swiss Steak Supper The Lutheran Missionary Society is having «a Swiss Steak Supper in the Parish Hall of the church on Wednesday, Nov. 13 with serving to start at 5 until •all are served. Prices are $1 for adults and 50c for children under 12. Plan Maton City Tour The Ledyard Township Homemakers are planning a tour ot •Mason City this Friday, Nov. 8. Arrangements have been made to visit State Brand Creameries, Borden Co., Lennan Bakery, The Globe Gazette and the Super Valu Show on KGLO-TV. Complete* Visit Mrs Ward Dawson left for her home at Excelsior, Minn. Friday after a week's visit here with her mother, Mrs Ida Smith. Presbyterian Women The Presbyterian Women's Organization met at the church parlors Friday afternoon with Mrs Russell Winter, Emma and Lena Gutknccht as hostesses. Mrs I. E. Wortman presided at the meeting in the absence of the president. Devotions were given by Mrs John Cook and the lesson, "Social Education and Action" was given by Mrs I. E. Wortman. Sunday visitors at the J. E. Ukenas' were Dr. M. A. Ukena and son Tom of Ames. Mr and Mrs A. C. Schissel returned the first part of last week from a trip to visit their daughter Sue, who is going to school in Langhorne, Pa. Paula Buckels and Marlene Christ, who are attending Augus- tana College in Sioux Falls spent the weekend at the parental; C. NOVEMBER SPECIAL 3 V*" for coffee, tea 5" for canning 6" for blanching, straining 3 PIECE STRAINER SET Bright, chrome-plated frames; sturdy, tinned strainer me»h; wood handles, finished in yellow enamel. Regular $159 value 77* Kohlhaas Hardware ALGONA OUR OUJM» HARD WARE STORE THE FAMILY STORE THAT'S FUN TO SHOP W. Buckels and Alfred Christ homes. The college was closed for a few days because of the flu. Mr and Mrs John A. Dorenbush visited at the home of his parents, the Ted Dorenbush's at Buffalo Center Sunday afternoon. Carlyle Gerzema, who started work last week in St. Paul, Minn, spent the weekend here. His wife, who has been employed at the Buffalo Center Hospital, re- tUrnqtl to St. Paul with him. They moved their trailer home to St. Paul a week ago but Mrs Gerzema remained here to finish the month working at the hospitai. Mr and Mrs Charles Enneberg and Rochelle were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her parents, the Owen Peters at Emmons, Minn. Terry Thompson, one of twin sons of the Merrill Thompsons, was taken to the Buffalo Center hospital Sunday afternoon. He has a touch of pneumonia. Mr and Mrs Elton Head and Susan were in Mason City and Hampton Friday p.m. on business, Sunday visitors at- the John Ukena home were Mr and Mrs Roscoe Cherry of Estherville and Mr and Mrs Vernon Burt Jr. and Verlyn of Forest City. Mrs Ed Leavitt and son left by plane from Des Moines on Monday for their home in Phoenix, Ariz, after visiting at the par- entaj. Carl Gerzema home the past two weeks. Visitors at the' John A. Dorenbush home Sunday evening were Mr and Mrs Herman Nessels and Pete of Spirit Lake. Mr and Mrs Roy Ennen of Lone Rock visited at the home of Mrs Frauke Schadendorf Sunday. Mr and Mrs Wayne Lenz and family visited at the home of Mrs Mary Telkamp Sunday afternoon. Saturday evening the John U. Dorenbushs entertained the following at a card party: Mr and Mrs Alvin Boettcher, Mr and Mrs Otto Hertzke, Mr and Mrs Louis Price. The occasion was in honor of Mrs Dorenbush's birthday. The following people attended the Minnesota-Indiana footbali game at Minneapolis Saturday: V. A. Barrett and Clare, John Cook and Don, Mrs Wickam and daughters, Sharon and Janice Mastin, Phillip Schroeder, Jim Johnson, August Baumann, Eldon Haas, Daryl Christ and Gottlieb Rieffer. Rev. and Mrs G. N. Ukena and Julie of West Union visited his mother, Mrs Ida Ukena and the J. E .Ukenas on Wednesday last week. Joe Schissel, who attends St. Thomas Military Academy in St. Paul spent from Wednesday until Sunday at the parental A .C. Schissel home. On Friday they took him to a doctor at Arnold's. Par-lc for x-rays on < his neck ahi report that he Is getting aloftf fine, but that he will have to wear the brace for a year instead of the 6 months as first expected. Sunday visitors at the W. D. Leys were Mr and Mrs Art Nor- Jin and Rev. L. J. Odland ol Sioux Falls, S. D. Rev. Odland remained here for a few weeks visit. Rev. and Mrs Harlan Kruse went to Lake Park Sunday evening where Rev. Kruse's brother, Rev. Marvin Kruse was installed as pastor in the Presby- .terian church. Rev. Harlan Kruse gave the charge to the congregation. I TRAIN A Milwaukee railroad "passenger train rolled into a freight train recently at Calmar derailing two freight cars and the diesel engine and the mail car of the passenger train. Burt Hi Cage Teams Eye Season Opener Twenty two girls have reported for practice at Burt under the direction of Coach Ray Ihnen. There are seven letterwinners returning from last year's squad which won 6 and lost 12. They are: Seniors, Deloris Ackerman, Karen Bernau and Barbara Dremmel; Juniors, Pamela Andrews, Patty Groen, Lois Lichter, and Sheryl Smith. They will open the season against West Bend at Burt, Nov. 15. Twenty fbtir boys have reported for practice at Burt under" the direction of Coach Ray Ihnen. There are three letter winners returning from last year's squad which won twenty five in a row before being defeated in the District Tournament. They are: Seniors, J. D. Andrews and John Smidt; Sophomore, Hadley Castor. Burt boys have not lost a regularly scheduled game since November 1955 and have won 49 out of their last 53 games. They will open the season against West Bend at West Bend at Biqf,' Nov. 15.- • . Ajfo . Junior Play At Twin Rivers Hi Friday, Nov. 8 Bode — The Junior Class of the Twin Rivers High School will present the three act play "Hillbilly Weddin' " on Friday evening, Nov. 8 in the high school auditorium at eight p.m. The cast is as follows: Pavf' Belsnickle, Fred Johnson; Maw Belsnickle, Sharon Fox; Ceelie Belsnickle, Jan Hanson; Bonnie Mae Belsnickle, Sharon Halsrud; Juney Lou Belsnickle, Judy Collins; Four 'Belsnickle, Norma Klein; Five Belsnickle, Karen Z it-met; Six Belsnickle, Jo Ann darken; Obeey Upschlager, David Torkelson; Chi/ Upsch- lager, Vernon Rutz; Ronald Maxwell, Ron Hewitt; Lucy Maxwell, Katie Malkmus; The Reverend Jim Lane; Cousin Zeke, Jim Howard. The members of 'the Junior Class have been busy selling magazine's to earn money needed for the Junior-Senior Banquet. Jan Hanson is chairman of the magazine sales. The class is divided into two teams with Fred Johnson and Sharon Halsrud as the team captains. OTTOSEN Mrs Donald Usher UT US KE£f> YOUR WARDROBE ••'*•!,/' Impression Perfect' Q-U-A-L-I-T-Y CLEANING and E-X-P-E-R-T TAILORING quality controlltd cltanlna MODERN CLEANERS & TAILORS Mr and Mrs Dean Telford and children attended the wedding of her brother, Richard Moench and Sandra Kunert at Zion Lutheran church at Huhmboldt at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. The Telfords' son, Gary, was ring bearer and their daughter Debbie was flower girl. Dean Telford was an usher. Mr and Mrs Roy Telford also attended the weddirife. :..\ Mrs Shermtth Silbaugh of Humboldt was the honored guest at a birthday supper at the home of her parents, Mr and Mfs Magnus Bratland Sunday evening. Others attending, besides the Sherman Silbaugh family, were Mr and Mrs Richard Christenson of Humboldt and Mr and Mrs Harold Dale and daughter of Dakota City. Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer entertained at a card party Saturday evening. Guests were Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Allen Wehrspann, Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson, Mr and Mrs Robert Block, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson, Mr and Mrs Victor Meyer, Mr and Mrs John Larson of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Bernard Coyle of Bode and Mr and Mrs Edgar Meyer of Ames. Mrs Bernard Coyle had the high score for 'the ladies and Mrs Robert Block low. Richard Kinseth had the high score for men, and Bernard Coyle low. Mrs Alfred Schultz got travel prize. Mr and Mrs Donald Larson entertained the following guests for Sunday dinner: Mr and Mrs Edgar Meyer and Kris of Ames, Mr and Mrs Paul Meyer and giris, Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson and son, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson arid family and Mr and Mrs John Larson of West Bend. •Mr and Mrs Paul Berninghaus and Mr and Mrs Robert Speich of Algona were Sunday guests at the parental Antone Speichs. Mr and Mrs Mike Coyle were Sunday evening guests at the home of his nephew, Mr and Mrs Dallas Coyle and family at Fairmont, Minn. Charlene , Benson spent the weekend at the Paul Nilges home at Britt. "Mr and Mrs Vincent Salz and Mrs Victor Besch attended a shower for Viola Besch at St. Peter and Paul's parish hall at West Bend Sunday afternoon. Viola Besch and Mrs Salz are Thursday, Nov. 7, 1957 Algeria (to.) Upptf DM Mttfttt*-! —_ —.- . . _.. . . _ ' ii^l.. - -'- •-• per ton DISCOUNT (or 2Bc per cwt.) on GEERLINGS SPECIAL BETTERMEAL FOR PIGS — SOWS — HOGS (OFFER GOOD NOVEMBER ONLT& Special BetUrmealt PRODUCES MORE PIGS PER SOW It U now agreed that brood MWI fed a balanced ration such •< 8p«* dal Bettermeal and grain during gertation produce larger and stronger Utters. One extra pig per §ow more than pay* for the Special Better- meal needed to feed her a balanced ration. After farrowing, there isn't a feed on the market that produces mflk like Special Bettermeal - and more milk means that new litters get a much better start, A, pi* >^rtarted U a pig half raised. Don't for. get, a good pig btgins befor«W*l*>m. Let Special BeKermeal help you all the way through. FOR GROWING AND FATTENING HOGS There certainly isn't a better combination than Special Bettermeat and grain to give those growing pigs the body building materials needed to make hogs out of themselves. Speaking about hogs, it only takes 4 bushels of corn ,and 45 Ibs. Special Bettermeal to produce 100 Ibs. of pork. AS A CONDITIONER As a conditioner, .Special Bettermeal supplies that certain something only milk can give. Special Bettermeal and ground oats fed 50-50 by weight has never failed to clear up "whatever ailed 'em", with the exception of cholera. Ask any man who has tried it - and be will tell you. HURRY! OFFER EXPIRES NOVEMBER 30, .1957. 'Get somt Special Bettermeal at your Geerlings Dealer during this $5.00 per ton Discount Offer. BROWN'S DAIRY FEED SERVICE Algona, Iowa Sisters. Mr and Mr? Eugene Hofius were Sunday guests at the homo of her brother, Mr and Mrs Floyd Bacon of Burt. Mr and Mrs Fred Kampen wore? Monday callers at the Harold Maan homo at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth attended the mail carriers meeting at the Olo Sjetland residence at Dakota City Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrs- pann and sons were Sunday guests at the home of her aunt, Mrs A. M. Porter. Mr and Mrs Harold Kropf and family of Dakota City were Saturday evening guests at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf. Mrs Harold Mountain called on Mrs Kropf Monday afternoon. Maple logs, which are being cut along the Des Moines river west of Ottosen, are being shipped to Marshfield, Wis. Two carloads have already been shipped, and it is expected that a total of 8-10 carloads will leave Ottosen by mil. Mr and Mrs Knute Oppedahl and family were Sunday guests at the letter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Alf Lee of Stratford. Mr and Mrs Allen Watnem were weekend gursts at Cedar Falls, visiting Mr and Mrs Don Lange and Mr and Mrs Paul Watnem. Mr and Mrs Stanley Keith and sons of Pocahontas were Sunday guests at the Percy Watnems', Guests Sunday evening at the Louis Jacobsons' were Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and family. Mrs Ralph Jacobson entertained members of the young matrons circle of the St. Olaf W.M.F. at ft coffee Wednesday morning, honoring Mrs Arnold Bratland. Mr and Mrs Fred Benjamin of Bradgate were Sunday evening visitors with the letter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs Earl Olson. 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