The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1960 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 5, 1960
Page 12
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\ \ It Come From 5 States For teuton Reunion Fenton —- Five states wore represented Sunday, when relatives and friends gathered at the B. G Berkeland home for a picnic dinner and an afternoon of visiting. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pringlc of San Berandino, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Swede Kalvig and children of DCS Moines. Mr. and Mrs Frank Franson and family of Lincoln, Nebr.. Mr. and 4-Aiflona (la.) Upper Des Moines Tuesday, July 5, 1960 Mrs. Robert Berkelartd and family of St. Paul, Minn., M'". and Mrs Gaylord Olsen and family of Ringsted, Mr and Mrs. Howard Preston and family of Swea City and Mr and Mrs. Curti? Olse.-i. Joining the group for thr v afternoon were Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen and David. Mrs Gearhart Vorland and children of St. Paul and Rev. and Mrs Mark Svaren and family of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. At RFD Conclave Mr and Mrs Pat McGuire of Burt, Clifford Nelson of Ringsted and S. E. 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Gih Edge Premium R«d It o brilliant r«d barn paint—mad* In lh« Northwf tt for tht North. wwl eliwot* by Forwtll, Oz- pgn, Kirk 1 Co., St, Paul, Minn., nnwli|y point mfri. tine* 189*. HQ« o Ipu^h, durgblt, •Iqitic '(bilih thqt will lait for ytori *• 0lvt maximum prot«e- Ikm PAINT IT F R F FED BARN PAINT $3.98 Gal ijlQxu t^i., >^ »n*«n, Iowa (ion held at Ottumwa June 19 to the 22 Cradle Roll Program St. John's Lutheran WMF ot Depew met Thursday afternooi. for their annual Cradle Roll pro gram. Mrs Orville Helland aiu' Mrs Richard Naig were in chargt of the program. Mrs Melvir. Berkland presented the Bibk study. Hostesses were Mrs B. G. Berkeland, Mrs Bert Berkland. Mrs Jerald Johnson and Mrs Pi... i Zumach. Guests At Zumachs Supper guests in the Paul Zumach home last Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. William DeWall, Mr and Mrs Melvin Berkland and family, Mr and Mrs Ervin Ruhnke and family and Mr and family: Mrs Dale Voigl and Mrs Junior Hurlburt. A number of relatives and friends were guests at dinner in the Hurlburt dome 'n honor of the occasion. Saturday night supper and evening guests in the Curtr, Olsen home were Mr and Mrs Clifford Pringle and family of San Berandino, Calif. Mr ar t Mrs Bob Jacobson and family of Maard, Mr and 'Mrs Gaylord Olsen and children, Mr and Mrs Everett Zitterich, Zoe Ann and LaVellc of Terril and Mrs Cleo Classon of Ringsted. x Mr and Mrs Frank Doerihg of Los Angeles, were weekend guests of Mrs Edith Hayenga. Mr. Doering" is a nephew of Mrs. Hayenga. Mr and Mrs Albert Mitchell, Mr and Mrs Dick Underwood and family and Mr and Mrs Nyles Heggen and David and house- guests' Mrs Gerhart Vorland and children of St. Paul' enjoyed a picnic supper at the Fenton park Tuesday evening, Plan Ice Cream Social An ice, cream social will bt sponsored by the Fenton Fore- wards on Saturday evening July 16th at the Fenton park. Plans were made for the event at tin' June meeting which was held in the home of Karen Seegebarlh, Also at the business meeting plans were made to lour some ot the Algona business places, and a camping trip is also planned for in July. Demonstration teams wert chosen for Juniors: Betty Wolter and Marlys Wichtendahl. Serving on the intermediate team are Joan Wichtendahl and Marilyn Alt. Senior team is Judy Berkland and Bonnie Jentz. Judy Wolter and Karen Seege- barth gave talks. Demonstrations were given by Jackie. Laabs and Marlys Wichtendahl. Karen See- gebarth reported on her trip to the convention. Mr and Mrs Dick Gross and family of Phoenix, Arizona have been visiting relatives a n c friends in this vicinity. Mrs Emma Reimers has re- '.urned from a visit with the Ray Reimers in Denver, Colorado. She accompanied her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs W. A rteimers of Soencer. Enroule home they visited-with Mr and Mrs Ricna'fd-Reimers at Sioux City. Mrs Raymond Lister wns. hos toss to the Dorcas Circle Tuesday afternoon Mrs Hans Baago anc Mrs W. R. Wolfe were guests. Mr and Mrs Hans Baago and Mr and Mrs Raymond Lister were Monday July 4th dinnei guests of Mr and Mrs W. R Wolfe. Mrs Anna Meyer and Elsie attended the reception of Ottosen for Mr and Mrs Henry Meyer, who were recently married in Chicago. Mr. Meyer, a grandson of Mrs Anna Meyer is stationed with the Air Force at San Francisco _ Guests of Mrs Edith Hayenga last Thursday afternoon were Mrs Don Marlow and children of Inglewood, Calif. Mrs John Geesman and children of Greene, lov/a, Mrs Ervin Luedtke and Diane and Mrs Clarence Riebhoff. Mrs Gerhart Vorland and children of St. Paul were guests in the Nyles Heggen this past week, while Rev. Vorland was in attendance at a Bible* Camp meeting in North Dakota. Mr and Mrs George DeWall of Terril and Mrs Frank Payton of Graettinger were Thursday visitors in the William DeWall home. William Zitterich of Terrh visited from Tuesday to Saturday with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Curtis Olsen of Fenton and with the Howard Preston family at Swea City. . Mr and Mrs Homar Wahl and two children left Sunday for Iheir home* at Beaver, . Penn. after visiting in the Adolph Peril home. Anthony Wayne, son of Mr and Mrs Merwin Hurlburt, Lone- Rock was baptised Sunday, July 3, at Immanuel church at Lottj Creek. The Rev. Martin Peters was the officiating pastor and sponsors were Paul Zumach and Lone Rock Girl Will Speak To Auxiliary Group LONE ROCK — The Lqgion Auxiliary will meet July 6. Tena Jensen and Buclah Lee are hos tesses. There will be installatioi of officers. Susan Montgomery will give a .talk on her trip to low home. Mrs. Jerry Toller and Amy of Sioux City visited from Sunday thru Thursday in the Marlow home. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser we re callers Thursday evening in the Ralph Campbell home near Seneca. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Holmgren it tended a family reunion at the (Utage of a sister of Mr. Holm- ;!Tii. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Hovey t Lost Island Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Householder and Danny spent Fourth >f July weekend in the Glenn louseholder home at Hacken- ack, Minn. Karen Haase of Algona spent Tuesday and Wednesday in the 3arryl Householder home. Monday Mrs. Emma Manus of 3urt and Mrs. Charles Morris, Mrs. P. M. Chrislenson and Ruth <rueger were accompanied by Albert Krueger and Mrs. Lloyd Iceland, Fairmont, to Willmar, Minn, to see Will Krueger, who s seriously ill. They went from Willmar to Belgrade, Minn, to visit the Ronald Christensens. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Cowrie were Saturday callers at the Charles Morris home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gross and family of Glendale, Arl?.. came Friday to visit the parental Gross family. Mrs. L. J. Jackson of Baton Rouge, Louisiana spent Wednesday visiting Mrs. A A. Krueger and old friends. Jonathan IBlanchard had his tonsils removed Tuesday at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. Engaged To Wed PENTON — Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Finnestad' of Cylinder announce the engngement_nnd approaching marriage "of their daughter, Glennis, to Gary Ducheny of Ypsilanti, Michigan. Quite ;i bit of indigestion is can-ed by people having to eat their words. Paradise is not a locality — it's a state of mind! Girls State. SECURITY Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to,serve. This means not only the usual banking transactions — checking accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts — but some of the more personal matters. If you have problems which may need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with us. All deposits Insured to $10,000 By Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Tomorrow CONFIDENCE First Trust & Savings Bank FENTON OFFICE Fenton — Armstrong Mrs. Lawrence Ncwbrough. Janelle and David returned from a 5-wcek vacation with ihe Newbrougn's daughter, Judy, and her husband at Tacoma, Wash. The Grace circle of the Presbyterian church met in the home of Mrs. Esther Flaig with 12 .members and one guest attending. June Weisbrod presented the lesson. Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Householder and Danny were callers Saturday evening in the Wayne Decker home near Algona. Mrs. Lillian Worthington and Mrs. Olive Fischer of Ledyarti visited with Mrs. Amanda Pettit Thursday afternoon. j Mrs. Margaret- Householder' Everett Householder, Mrs; Frit/ Newbrough and Sheri were Sun-; day guests in the Harjan Blan> chard home. ' Jonathan Blanchard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Blancharcli underwent a tonsil lectomy Tues-! day in Holy Family hospital ati E^therville. ; ; Mrs. Walter Halsrud and Candy of Chariton and Mrs. Minnie Hines of Algona were' Sunday evening visitors in the" Leo Ramus-home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fischer and family of Sioux Rapids visited over the weekend in the parental Alfred Schadendorf and; Ernest Fischer homes. ' Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hansen and Pat Hedlund were Sunday guests in ,the Louis Bernighaus. home. Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Richards! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Richards and boys attended a family picnic in the Frank Richards home at Garner. . I Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sloan and children spent from Monday until Thursday in the Eldin Mar- Coming Events Wednesday, July 6, St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid. Thursday, July 7, Womans Society of Christian Service;, Fairville Ladies Aid. Friday, .July 8, Legion Auxiliary. Monday, July 11, Legion meeting. CARD OF THANKS Thanks to my relatives, neighbors and friends for the cards gifts, and visits during my recent illness. Mrs. Adolph Peril. 27* &&3®®$^^ CALL US .'.... 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