The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 10, 1960 · Page 3
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t Funeral Held For Former Bancroft Man Bancroft — Guslav Brattlund, (2, lonfe-timo Kossiith county resident dire) May 4 at the Vct- rrnns Rpsoarch hospital, Chicago whore he had been a patient for severnl weeks. He was a Vet<-ran of World War I. Funeral services were held Saturday at 1:30 at the Garry Funeral Home with Rev. A. W. Nelson, Baptist minister, offipiat- inR. Buriol was in Greenwood township cemetery in the family lot. Mr Brattlund never married He made his home here with his, mother who died several years "go. After her death he went to Chicago where he lived until his death. He leaves his brother Axel, Bancroft, Mrs August Peterson fllulda). Swea City, Mrs Ralph 'B e a d a) Priebe, Brownsdale Minn. Pallbearers were Albert and Ednolcl Johnson, Swca City, Ruben Olson, Arthur Cofiley, Arthur Long and Frank Wolf . Grandson Dies Mr and Mrs Lloyd Dixon received word of the death of their grandson, son of Mr and Mrs Spencer, in Arkansas. Mr and Mrs Dixon and family left to attend funeral services. Mrs Spencer was the former Violet Dixon. Manager Moves Henry Strunc, manager of the Lumber Company hero for several years is being transferred to a town in northern Minnesota. Kenneth Fisher, also employed at the lumber yard for several years, was recently made manager of n lumber yard nt Sioux Rapids. May Queen Crowned The crowning of the May Queen was held May 1 in St John's Catholic church. Maxitw Meyer was crowned Queen. Her attendants were Connie Hatten Janet Lampe, Betty Ford and Karla Johnson. Mrs Ross Inman drove to Minneapolis Saturday to meet her sister-in-law, Mrs Alice Campbell and Mrs Mary Francis Baker who flew here from California when they learned of the serious illness of their father, C. C. Inman, a patient at Holy Family hospital, Esther-vine. Donna Bergman, -Sioux City and Meredith • Bergman spenl Friday afternoon and evening at the Clelus Derner home, Whittemore. Melvon Ditsworth and Mrs Clara Bollig are patients at Holy Family hospital, Esthervillc, fov medical treatment. Students of 'St. John's high school presented their operetta Sunday evening. First holy • communion was held Sunday morning for 60 boys and girls at the 7:30 mass at St. John's church. Msgr. Schultes officiated at the services. There was a band concert by St.'John's band before the services. Fri. - May 13 ' Orlie Workman And His Sunset Play Boys Sat., - May 14 Charlie Trussell And The Airliners Tues., - May 17 • B to 12 Teen Special Johnny & The Hurricanes Rob Lauren Harold Dorman Gary Siites Carl Dobkinsir • Dick Caruso Danny Valentino Nicky Dematteo Johnny Resito Parents Free & Welcome 4 ^ Teen - $1.56 plus tx. tot. $1.65 LONE ROCK TEEN - HOP Legion Ballroom BANCROFT Friday, May 20 THE SUADES IN PERSON Admission 75c 8:30 to 11:30 Parents Welcome A Birthday Party was held in Mrs Mary Flaig's honor in the home of Mrs Mary Genrich Wednesday, ..afternoon. The group spent the afternoon playing 500. Those present were Mae Quinn, Mrs Frank Flaig, Ruth Krucger, Maude Blanchard, Edic Long and Mrs Mary Flaig. Mary Flaig won high and Mae Quinn received low, while Rose Kralt received travel prize. Mr and Mrs Ortwin Tietz visited Thursday in the Mr and Mrs James Woodwick home at Rake. Daniel Lee Householder, son of Mr and Mrs Darryl Householder, was baptized May 8 in the Fenton Methodist church, with Rev. Harvey Walker officiating. Gloria Householder and Ronald Mortensen were the baby's soonsors. Mrs Glenn Householder, Mrs Garry) Householder and Mrs ;Ellwyn Householder and children spent Thursday in Humboldt . Mrs Ruth Krueger was a Sunday guest in the Hiram Acker man home at Burt. Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtcn dahl were Thursday visitors in the Delbert Geitzenauer home at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Larry Strayer were Sunday guests in the Wichtendahl home. Mr and Mrs Otto Wichlendahl were afternoon visitors. Mr and Mrs Larry Strayer and Carla Jo, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bellinger, Mr and Mrs Wilmer Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs Wayne Bellinger, Mr and Mrs Bill Lauck of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl of Algona, Mr snd Mrs Elmer Pijahn, and Mr and Mrs Art Andersen of West Bend were callers in the Edwin Wichtendahl home on Sunday evening in honor of Mr Wichtendahl's birthday. Mr & Mrs Duane Dreyer were Sunday visitors in the Frank 3reyer, home . Mrs Harvey Larsen attPnded Lhc Mothers Day tea at the Doan church Thursday. Wednesday evening several attended a birthday celebration in the Harvey Larsen home in honor of Mr Larsen. Mr and Mrs Clarence Chrislensen, Mr and Mrs Ed Larsen, Mrs Effio Teeter, Linda Larsen and Mrs Elvira Christensen of Algona, Mr and Mrs Harvey Johnson of Algona, Beverly Larsen and Jack Thompson of Burt. Mr and Mrs Clinton Rath wore Sunday guests in the Rcnix Wilson home at Kanuwha. Mr and Mrs Donald Kneedler were last weekend guests in the Justin Bcrhow home at Kiesler Minn. Mrs Larry Heidcrschcidl of Algona was a recent visitor in the Donald Kneedlor home. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and Craig attended Parents Day for prospective students of Buena Vista College at Storm Lake Sunday. Mr Blanchard attended meeting for the officers of the Kossuth County Council of Teachers Thursday in the Algona Hotel. Mr and Mrs Ortwin Tietz of Lotts Creek were Thursday evening visitors in the Darryl Flouse- lolder home. Mr and Mrs Don Shaller of Emmclsburg and Marvin Bachman of West Bend were Thursday evening visitors in the LeRoy Klepper home. Mary Sue and James Schultz of Bancroft were visitors of Gail Ann Marlow in her home Sunday . Mrs Howard Biersledt attended the Lutheran Ladies Aid of LuVerne Guest Day, as a guest of Mrs Merlyn Bauman of Lu- Verne. Mrs Jack Johnson and Janet of Gowrie were visitors recently in the home of Mr and Mrs Charles Morris. Gerald Gochenauer of Sioux City was a guest in the Harlan Blanchard home Thursday evening. > Mrs Lillian Riedel of RinRStcd nttended the Mother's Day guest day at the U.P.W. of the Presbyterian church. Lone Rock, as a guest of Mrs Ilarlan Blanchard. Mrs Mary Flaig attended the Kossuth County Auxiliary meeting at Lakota Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Miles Relz of Manchester were recent visitors in the Milton Marlow home. Mf and Mrs Retz and Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow were recent dinner guests in the Mrs Anna Marlow home at Burt. Mrs Kenneth Fischer and children were Wednesday evening and Thursday visitors in the Alfred Rchadendorf homo. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schaden- clorf and family were Sunday guests in the Kenneth Fischer home at Bancroft. Parents Are Guests First grade children at Third Ward school here held a spring program for their parents Thursday evening, May 5. The program included readings, music nnd a piny, "Garden Holdup." Coffee and cookies were served by room parents, and guests had a chance to look at the children's work, which was on display. Wilhelmina Harms is teacher and Tuesday, May 10, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper 0« MolnH-l Mrs Georga Anne Voigt is music teacher of the group. The PIANIST First Baptist Church, Aurora, honored their church pianist, Mrs Carrie Tennis, at nn nil day observance recently in appreciation of her 60 years o| service. Rambler Sets All-Time Sales Record! The Adirondack range of mountains, in New York stale, covers an area of 12,000 square miles. PLANTATION BALLROOM Whittemore, Iowa > SUNDAY, MAY 15 Lynn Kerns •'" — - - -- —•-._.SUNDAY, MAY 22 Don Hoy — SUNDAY, MAY 29 Freddie Fredericks No Advance Booth Reservations Doors Open at 8:30 RsrnMer Custom 4-Ooor Stdm-6 or V-l OVER 47,000 SOLD IN APRIL More people bought Ramblers in April than ever before in history. More people switched from other makes to Rambler. Here's why! You get top quality at lowest price. 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