The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 3, 1960 · Page 18
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 3, 1960
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May 3, 1960 Fenton Man's Mother Dies; Rites Apr. t Fenion — Funeral services were held at the -Lutheran church in Thompson, Saturday, for Mr» Anna Lura, mother of Curtis Lura. manager of the Fenton Coop Elevator. Mrs • Lura passed away last Wednesday at the University hospital, Iowa City where she- had been a patienl since Tuesday. She,had been ill off and on since having the flu in January. Survivors included 3 sons, s daughters, and II grandchildren E"* a tlain Senior Girls The senior girls of Sentra' were entertained at an afternoon tea by the Town and Country Woman's Club. The courtesy was held in the Tea Room at the Algona Hotel Monday afternoon. On the program were the saw selections by Mrs Ted Jensen, who was accompanied by Mrs Arnold Hansen. Mrs Eugene Huskamp read an original poem. Evelyn Cherland, 3urt high school ihem. Visitor I'rdm Otegon Mrs ErrnaTeek, Aurora, Ore, spent the. weekend in the Floyd and Eldon Duncan homes; Sne returned Friday from Minnesota Where she visited her sister and husband, ..Mr/and Mrs Chris Christensen of Osakis. and her niece .and family, the Herbert Wallaces * of Belgrade.,. Her granddaughter Sharon Crawfdrd accompanied her \o Minnesota where :she took the train from Alexandria to her home in Camas, Wash. She -will stop en- route for a visit with her uncle and family, the Erwin Leeks of Arnegard, N. D. Mr and Mrs Robert Hilsbeck and boys of Greenville, Iowa, were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Franklin Mueller Tuesday, May 8/tWd students at accompanied The group "Name That enjoyed Tune." playing At League Hally Among those attending Luther League Rally Day at Waldorf College were a number of Sentral Seniors. They were David Weber, Larry Johannesen, Donald Cherland, Mary Rossiter and Barbara Halverson. Ronald and Ji- Farmers rely en DEPENDABLE STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Standard Farm product! can help you keep your farm production high, let me prove II to you. Mrs E,W. Suske attended the Minnesota State Denial meeting at St. Paul last week. • . Tuesday evening guests in ihe Merle Voigt home were William Voigt and Peggy, Mr and Mrs Gerhard Hantelman and Paul, Mr and Mrs Clifford \ Douglas and family, and Mr and Mrs Franklin Mueller and boys. The occasion was in honor of Valme s 5th birthday. , .» Mrs Eldon Duncan and Mrs Floyd Duncan of Fenton attended the P.W.O. Guest Day at the Presbyterian church in Burt Wednesday.. Mrs Max Goldman of Titonka spoke on the topic; 'What Bring Ye To The Altar of Jod?" Ward Huske of LaGrange, Ill- visited recently in the parental W. Ruske home. Mrs Harlan Baustin and David of Minneapolis and Mrs Richard Underwood and children were Thursday dinner guests in the Albert Mitchell home. Si. John's Ladies Aid of Depew was held Thursday after r noon. Mrs Oliver Twait was in charge of the Christian Educa- :ion program. Hostesses were Mrs Howard Finnestad and Mrs Russel Johnson. Mrs Clarence Wegener, Mrs Charles Feye, Mrs Lloyd Sunde and Mrs Clarence Yager were hostesses to a Bridge party in the Lloyd Sunde home Thursday evening. Mrs Ray Stoeber won highSJJrize, Mrs"Lloyd Kerrr;}2nd high', Mrs Retta Eigler low, and Mrs Ervin Johnson wpn travel prize. . , Mrs Emma Radig spent from Sunday to Tuesday in the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Mueller in Cedar Rapids. 4-Alflontf (Id.) Upper YoUng Owls In New Ho»|g Depew Lady Succumbs At Age Of 225 At Golden Wedding UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! Seneca — Approximately 225 relatives and friends of the Ole Pedersens attended an open house honoring them on their 50th wedding anniversary held at 'the Seneca Lutheran church parlors Sunday afternoon, May 1. Present were their two daughters and their families, Mr and Mrs Dale Long and Mr and Mrs Emil Bleckwenn; also Mrs Peterr sen's four brothers, Morris, Edward, Melford and Albert and her two sisters, Mrs Martin Olsen (Esther) and Mrs John Mik- lick (Bertha) of Northwood, la. Also present were three of the four attendants at the late Ben Mitchells wedding which took place 50 years ago at the home of the bride's parents, three miles west of Fenton, .where, the Edward Mitchells now' live. They were the brother, Morris Mitchell, a sister, Esther, Mrs Martin Olsen and a cousin, Anton Berkland of Minneapolis, Minn. Ardith Long, a .granddaughter had charge of the guest book The gifts were opened and displayed by Mrs Morris Mitchell and Mrs Henry Lopft was dining room hostess., . j /, A program was presented at 3 o'clock. , ,, Martin Olsen and Mrs John Miklick presided at the silver service and Mrs Dale Long and Mrs Emil Bleckwenn cut and served the wedding cake. Hostesses included Mrs:Arnold Olsen, Mrs Maynard Olsen, Mrs ; Merle -Flint, 'Mrs Rudy Christ-: ensen, Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mrs Edward Mitchell, Mrs Milford Mitchell, Mrs Olaf Oftedahl and Mrs August Nelson. C, Mrs Alfred J. Kennedy, 84, died April 24 at the farm home'of her daughter, Mrs Dennis Henfick- son, near Depew. Funeral" services were held at 2 am. Wednesday at the Methodist church in Emmetsburg. Rev. Harvey A. Walker of the Fenton Methodist church, officiated. Mrs Kennedy was born Jan. 16, 1876, near Amsterdam, the Netherlands. She came to the United States with her parents at the age of 9. . August 22, 1900, at Parkersburg, la,, she was married to. Alfred Kennedy, who died in 1948. They farmed in the Depew area until 1944 when they moved tc Emmetsburg. Mrs Kennedy had been in frail health and for the last three years had lived with the Hen- ricksons two miles west of De pew. Besides Mrs Henrickson. she is survived by an older daughter, Mrs Virgil .Johns of Long Beach, Calif, and two grandchildren. Her brother William of Charles City also survives. Her parents, five brothers, and a sister preceded her in death. She was a member of the Royal Neighbors and the Method; ist church in Emmetsburg. Burial was in Evergreen cemetery, Emmetsburg. . .. , •,.,/* MM -fid B«ihh attended amicsKoW at .Waterloo? SatUrf For friendly, prompt service co// me. Canada thistle, Whitetopt Sow thistle, Milkweed j "'• other problem weeds' kill 'em, roots and all, once and for all! and MM J«aid' f4rnily o£,Burt and', Mr Ronald" CJhrischilleS and family; wefe Friday e^venifig .-difiriei" guests in the Roy Chrischllles home. ' , v ' ' '. Ms and Mrs Bbnald Vald and family of Lake Mills and Mr and MtS S. E- Straley were Sunday dinner guests in the >Lyle. Hart-" sen home. ' . •' Rev, Gerhard Vorland of St. Paul, Minn, 'was a Monday oVer- night guests 'In the Albert Mitchell home last week. . , ' Mrs Clifford Dougles underwent a torisillectomy at the Emmetsburg . hospital T h u r s day morning. , » Mrs > Ed Bruljn spent Wedrtes- day in Minneapolis. A group of ladies went to the Roy Chrischilles.home Saturday afternoon to help Mrs Chris- chilles celebrate her birthday. The afternoon lunch was brought and served by the self-invited guests. , , ff The Mesdames , Harvey Henriksen, Bennie Berkland, Roy Mueller, Art Mueller, Frank Mueller and LloyoV Kern were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower in honor of Shirley Mueller in the Lester Mueller home at Emmetsburg last Sunday. , ,, Mr 'arid. MFS Ralph arid family, were Thursday vlsi* ana tailing, wcic »..».,.--» tors in the Ray Bartlett home at Titonka. . They celebrated - Mrs Bartlett's., birthday. . " M.f and Mrs Fred' Schultz ,and Dawrt Were callefi ,6n Mrs Robert Schultz of Marshall, recently. • VIOLA Guy Williams of Manly has carved out and , constructed n viola in his > spare time. 'Tho Instrument, made by Mr Williams, has 59 different pieces one 1 ft represents about 150 hours of work and about $30 worth of material. For decades, newspapers' audited circulation has kept pace with the increasing number of HAVE'YOU HEARD ABOUT THE FAMOUS , , Homer Maffhiesen Fenton, Iowa , , with the original AMINO TRIAZOLE Weed Killer • sprayed on the leaves, it translocates to the toots... . kills the entire plant • does not sterilize the soil t easy to mix, easy to clean out of your sprayer JIM MEYER FENTON • PHONE 44 Agent (H-EOW) E C U R IJ Y Fenton CO-OP Elevator Recent guests • at the C. Voigt home included Mr and Ed Sweeney', and sons and the Carl Voigts of Emmetsburg, tm Fred Hutchinsons and Mrs Ches iter>> Churchill and daughters o] Revere, Minn., Mrs Hutchinsor of Estherville and Mr and Mrs Chalmer Bonnicksen and Mr and Mrs Mervin Widdel and family, of Ringsted. * ! Mr and Mrs Raymond Gardner and Mr and Mrs Junior McGregor, Jimmie, Kathleen and Kimberly Jean were Sunday guests at the Ray Fry home hear Ringj sted. Mrs Fry, Mrs Gardner and Mrs McGregor attended a piano recital at Armstrong. Kathleen McGregor was a participant. The Seneca Thursday Club met at the home of Mrs Joe Crowley Thursday. Mrs Woodrow Kracht had charge of the •entertairtmenf which was 500. Mrs Carrie Jensen, Mr and Mrs William Christenseh, Mr and Mrs Henry McGregor and Glen, also Mrs Leo Delperdang of Bancroft attended a dinner at the home of Mrs Minnie Jensen at Algona Sunday. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilbcrg lad their grandson, Dennis Wil- erg of Fairmont with them last 'eek. Mrs Cecil Baldwin entertain-^ (1 at a coffee at her honie Tues- ay morning. Guests included he Mesdames • Olaf Oftedahl, Lylc England, Robert Lynch, C, O. Bailey, Russell Miller and Mrs Rovn of Hingsted, Mrs Larry •"ox and son, Mrs Everett Withum, Mrs Ted Jensen and daughter Karol, Mrs Charles Beaver. Henry Looft and Mrs:' Carrie Jensen. Weekend guests 'at the Everett Witham home included Mr and Mrs Pole Helmers and son Tony and Mr and. Mrs' Donald White of Ames. Wm.DeWallls Recovering From Heart Attack Fenton — William DeWall is steadily improving at the Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, after suffering a heart attack at his home, Sunday morning, April 24. He was taken to the hospital by ambulance and was under oxygen for several days. Mrs DeWall is at Estherville ,with her husband. She has also had to be with her father, Chris Egland, who is very ill at the Good Samaritan jhorne at Estherville. LONE ROCK NEWS Mrs Mary Genrich attended' the Rural Carriers meeting al Bancroft Wednesday, There were 20 members present with Mr and Mrs Andy Dietering and Mr and Mrs Phil Sheridan as hosts. The Grace circle of the,'Presbyterian, church met in the home f Mrs Clair. Bellinger. - Neva Ihaser presented the lesson. Mr and Mrs Ray Smith wera Monday callers in the Emil Per- ; on home. Mr and Mrs Carlos Engleby and children were Sunday guests L. J. Weisbrod underwent major surgery Friday, Apr. 29 at the Holy Family hospital in Estherville. Mr and Mrs E. C. Weisbrod, Mr and Mrs Gerald Voigt and James Richard were Tuesday evening dinner guests in the Ray Stoeber home. r Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver son visited with hospital patients at the Holy Family hospita Thursday evening and following visiting hours they were guests in the Mike Nelson home. 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