The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 7, 1957 · Page 16
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 7, 1957
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1-AlgdftO (la.) Upptr Oet Molnt* Thursday, Nov. 7, 19S7 Prairie Center Ladies Guests Of Wesley Unit — Prairie Center Women were.- Bursts of the loral Wom- rncn's Society in the- Methodist church Wednesday, Nov. 6. The program was in charge of Mr? Lawrence Hanson find Mr? Charles Nygaard. Devotions were led by Mrs George Detmering. Hostesses •were Mesdames Theron and Lawrence Hansen and Charles Price, H. E. Hemmingsen, Vcva Lease and Don Kraus. At Bancroft Rites Relatives and friends attended the funeral of Mrs Ray Welp, 62. FLIPPER LIFTER Frl., Sar., and Monday Flips omeleli, poncolctt; llftt roattt or fowl. Curved turfoct of lifter blade hold* roatl or fowl while taking from pan. Sturdy, chrome plated blade — copper-colored handle with hole for hanging. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE at Bancroft Monday morning at 9:30 at St. John's Ca'tholic church. She was Mrs Jack Vitzthum's mother and a cousin of the Mesdames August Garman. Henry Haverly, A. J. Seiler and E. M. Olson. Mrs Welp is survived by her husband, 6 sons and 3 daughters. Baptism Sponsors Mr and Mrs Myrwin Dimond wjere sponsors /Sunday in St. Cecelia's Catholic Church in Algona at the baptism of their nephew, Robert Joseph born Oct. 28 to Mr and Mrs Bill Foth. Mrs Foth is the former Mary Jane Studer. younger daughter of Mrs Irene Studer of Algona. former Wesleyans. They have two other children, Mary Lea and Billy. W. M. Stalzer was taken to the Britt hospital Thursday, Oct. 31, for treatment of pneumonia and a heart attack. Carson Simpson was admitted to the Britt hospital Friday. Both schools opened Monday following a closing last week due to the flu epidemic. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Rudstrom and family of Minneapolis spent the weekend in the parental John Richter home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Haverly had as their Sunday turkey dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Henry Haverly, Paul and Audra, Mr and Mrs Dennis Haverly and family, Mr and Mrs Hugh Haverly and family, Mr and Mrs Ray Kollasch and family and Mr and Mrs Franklin Bode and family. Mr and Mrs Harold Eischen are proud parents of their second child born Saturday, Nov. 2 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Their other young son Michael was cared for at the home of his maternal grandparents, Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly. Ellen Root, a student at the college of-St. Teresa, Winona and a friend, Dick Murphy, a student ,at St. Mary's College, Winona, spent the weekend at the L. T. Root home. Julia Raney and Dean Kleinpeter, students at Iowa University, Iowa City, spent the weekend at their parental, Dr. H. H. Raney and Vincent Kleinpeter homes. Mary Cruise, a student nurse at Mercy hospital, Mason City spent the weekend at her parental, Vincent Cruise home. Janice JUchtsmeier, Marilyn Hughes, Kathleen Studer and Helen Lickteig, students at Good Councel Academy, Mankato, Minn.; spent the weekend at their homes here. A N. Richts- inieir went up to get the young ladies Thursday afternoon and Mrs John Hughes took them back Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton and Nancy spent the weekend with the Ed Thissen family in Waterloo. Gordon Giddings was transferred Sunday from the Britt hospital to a Rochester hospital for further care, following a stroke. His son, Merle Giddings of Omaha, Neb. accompanied him and remained several days. Mrs Percy Carlsson submitted to a brain tumor operation in ft Rochester, Minn., hospital Monday morning. Methodist youth group met Sunday evening in the Charles Price home for a devotional sef* vice and a social hour. Richard Smith's father, Morris Smith died Sunday in the Britt hospital following a long illness. Funeral services were held in Britt Wednesday afternoon. Plan Recognition Nights For 4-H, Extension Work A new feature has been added to the County Extension Program given the' title of "Extension 4-H Recognition Nights." Thes*e meetings will combine several Extension events, those being the election of Extension Councilman and the presentation ol 4-H awards to deserving 4-H members. The second and third week of November have been set aside for the meetings. The County Extension Council is composed of elected representatives from each township making a council of 28 members They are responsible for the planning and carrying out of the Extension program in the county, a tax supported program available to all county members. Present council members in fourteen townships have terms expiring this year. Those townships holding elections are: Burt, Herman Kramer; Eagle, Richard O'Green; Garfield fc Ervin Banwart; Grant, Eugene Tokheim; Harrison, Mrs Dean Swanspn; Irvington, Edward Arend; Lincoln, Willie Murra; Lu Verne, Donald Fett; Portland, M. J. Trunkhill; Ramsey, Raymond H. Goche; Seneca, Paul Bernhard; Springfield, Maurice Keil; Union, C. W. Schlichting and Whittemore .William Thul. Since the 4-H program in the county is under the direct supervision of the Cooperative Extension Service, it was decided to combine the presentation of the 4-H awards with the elections. This will enable community groups and friends to meet together, enjoy a special program, as well as seeing individual club awards presented and having an opportunity to voice their opinion in the important election. To facilitate arrangements, the county has' been divided into 14 groups where the representative to be elected will be located During the evening, each club located in these townships will be responsible for the .program. • LuVerne By Mr). Fern Bigings Mr and Mrs Bernard Kisch and children were given a farewell party in their farm home Sunday evening. Guests were Messers and Mesdames Bernard Spangler, Gordon Hilbert, Joe Grandgenatt, Wilbur Merriam, Albert Merriam, Matt Besch, Peter Plemel, Alfred Kohlhaas and Mrs Alfred Miller, A living room clock was given as a gift and refreshments brought by the. guests were served. Mr and Mrs Kisch and family move this *week to a farm they have purchased near Charles City . The' Missionary Guild will" be guests in the home of Mrs Henry Kubly Wednesday, Nov. 3. Mr and Mrs Earle Hanselman and children were visitors Sunday in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Rudy Carlson ahd family in Sioux City. Mr and Mrs William'Radii will observe their golden wedding anniversary, Sunday, Nov. 10, with open house 2 to 5, at their farm home at Hayfield, ,Minn. They are former farmers here and extend an invitation to all their friends to attend. Visitors Sunday in the Mrs Marie Stoddard home were her daughters, Mr and Mrs Jaspar Vaughn and daughters of Corwith, Mr and Mrs Robert Wilson and children of Rutland and her granddaughter, Mr and Mrs Don Porter and daughter of Fort Dodge. Frank Gronbach visited Friday in the home of his son. Earl Gronbach and family at Hayfield, Minn. Sunday dinner guests in the NEW FORD TRUCKS NEW58FQRDRANCHERO... America's fust work-or-play truckl win IJMT cotwrj HEW TUT CAB TRUCKS... lowest-priced* TO Cab line kAaerictl VEW TO FORD PICKUP,.. Modwi Styloslde body is is wide 99 Hw cab ind standard at no extra cost I with all that's new,,.costs less,too! 9 Meet America's newest, most modern trucks-*"Ford for '58! Discover ihe new advances in this pate-setting line. See the many advantages that help you do your job better and at lower cost! Then match your requirements against Ford's over 300 models. Whatever your need—from pickup to heavy duty tandem—Ford's got it! And you'll get a truck that coats you lees to own, teas to run and lastti longer, too. , go aee your Ford Dealer today •pd step ahead with America's most modern truck >» built modern to mat ••^^•^•^^^W^ !»w!BH^W* • ^^N^w vP»!Ww^fflF*1P 1WF mpRV »pa«llyl Estrg.widt Styleiide plckvp bodlei hove 73% roort loodipocf than any other competitive pickupi , , , biggiit /oodipqce oer do/faf/* NEW teiy rlrf«l Impotf.O-Groph ride teiti hove proved emoting ivperlorlty of Ford't iMfpemion over competitive picivp*.'., q ride nighty ttatf 10 (hat of o tori Nff MPcMifertl Driverlied Cab* hove non-tug ieol ipringing, w penned pedali ond wegtber< inboard NeW p»w«fI Powerfvl, more V-fl engine! I And only ford offer* Short Stroke economy In both Six and V-81 NeW wfefyl M $afery VUlon" dvol heodlighti . , . Ufegggrd •leering wheel.., and double- grip door lock» .,, jtondord on all ford tryclnl W«TtV"fln« tw"(«nv*nlto(t«) Bonchero offeri all power aitUtir even power window? and glr conditioning, foelory-inilolled, 9! t wd'| low pricM. THf ilO flWtTf iVY •OBI fOBB TRUCK! THAN AMY QTHCB MAitti FORD TRUCKS COST LESS 10 10 ,M$r LQHQU, KENT MOTOR CO. H9 I STATf Algona home of Mr and Mrs Gail Wolf and children were his parents, Mr and Mrs George Wolf of Al- pona; his sister, Mr and Mrs Cliff Randall of Mason City and his aunt, Mr and Mrs Elmer Kubly and Dale'of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Ralph Dirnler were in Des Moines Friday, attending nn insurance meeting. They also visited their daughter, Mrs Geo. Goodner and family. Mrs James Neville of Ames spent the weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur W. Dimler. Sunday guests in the Henry Kubly home were Mr and Mrs John Zimmerman. Jerry Groh, employed at Perry, visited his mother and sister, Mrs Carl Groh and Diane Sunday. Mr and Mrs John Groh were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of their daughter, the Daryl Fredericks family at Livermore. Mrs Dale Braynard, music teacher in the Webster City school, spent the weekend with her father and sister, Van Han* sen and the Allyn Brink family. The Ernest Merkle Post 664 of the LuVerne American Legion will be hosts to the Kossuth County American Legion Posts here Thursday evening, Nov. 14. Mr and Mrs Jess Lindebak spent the past week • at their home here. Harold Woito, of Cedar Rapids, visited his mother, Mrs Ella Woito, Friday to Sunday. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fifth Mrs Cora Stow and Mrs Bertha Stow of Burt spent Tuesday at the Bernard and Charles Phelps home. Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps took Mrs Phelps' mother, Mrs Minnie Sperring to Plover where she will make a visit with anther daughter and family the Frank Waltons. Mr and* Mrs Lem Stockwell of Titonka visited Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr and Mrs John Miller and family were Sunday evening callers on Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Mrs Jesse Schmidt of Ruth- veh visited over the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch while her husband Jesse and brother Verk Schmidt of Titonka went down in the southern part of the state quail hunting. Mr and Mrs Robert Skilling of LuVerne visited at the Ray Fitch home Sunday afternoon. Mrs Glen Larsen was sick with the flu Sunday afternoon. George Boekelman of Titonka and Woodrow Petersen of Ackley called on Tienan Brothers Sunday afternoon. Barbara Parsons has been sick and out of school the past week with a bad case of the flu. Mr and Mrs P. W. Marlow and family attended the funeral Monday afternoon of Gary Marlow of Lone Rock who was killed in a car accident Thursday evening, Oct. 31st. The groom may lead the bride to the altar, But his leadership is apt to end there. FINGERS Richard Van Diepen of Boyden crushed two fingers recently •as he was guiding a belt on a pulley with a stick and the belt caught his hand, crushing his fingers as they were pulled along the pulley. Ottosen Newt Mrs Bertha Jacobson and Aflln were Sunday guests at Mrs» Elizabeth Anliker's home at West Bend. Mrs A. E. Helland, a former teacher here, spent Wednesday evening with Mr and Mrs Roy Enockson. She is teaching 5th grade at the Bryant school at Algona this year. . Mrs Edgar Meyer and Kris of Ames came Thursday evening to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs Kermit Fowler. Saturday dinner guests at the Fowlers' were Mrs Mark Fowler and Edna Fowler of Humboldt. Edgar Meyer came on Saturday afternoon, and they also visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer. Mr and Mrs Olvin Hauge and family were Sunday dinner guests at the James Barbers' at West Bend. Mrs Ralph Richards, Mrs Earl Long and Mrs Magnus Bratland attended a meeting of the Council of Christian Women at the Lutheran Church at Humboldt Friday afternoon. MIMEOGRAPH STENCILS AND supplies at Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona. RUSK D R UG presents: KNOWING iitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiw YOUR The familiar 'R-x' symbol means "take ihou," and is followed by your Doctors prescription. PHARMACIST Trained To Serve You Accurately BLESS R. RUSK, B.S. Pharm. Graduate University of Mississippi School of Pharmacy, 1939. Passed State of Iowa Pharmacy Examiners Board, 1845. Served as graduate registered pharmacist in Jackson, Oxford, and Vicksbur^, Mississippi, and in Marshalltown and Webster City, Iowa. Has served as graduate registered pharmacist in Algona since 1951. Your Pharmacy Is Your Health Supply Center LYLE MANGAN, PH.G. Graduate of Drake University School of Pharmacy, 1919. Served as pharmacist at Woodbine, Iowa, 2 years, then purchased drug store in Forest City in 1922, and operated it as Mangan Pharmacy for 35 years. Sold store in 1956, planning on retirement, but could not resist pursuing calling of forty years, and since has served as registered pharmacist at Rusk Drug, Algona. Mr Mangan takes great pride in the profession of pharmacist. Fwo Graduate Registered Pharmacists Here To Serve You . . • Hereto Fill Your Doctor's Prescription With Professional Care ... Here To Help You Guard Precious Health, * * * * _* » • * » » * e This Is A Picture of an ACCURATE TEASPOON Get Youn FREE at Rutk Drug While-Yeu-Wait or While-YovShop Service We fill your Doctor's prescription while you wait/ or give you prescription identification ticket, which en. ikies you to sail for your prescription later* M you? convenience* After * Hours Telephones (For Regular or Emergency Prescription Service) Did: CY 4-2349 (Store) Dial: OY 4-4393 (Rusk) Dial CY 4-8742 (Mangw)

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