The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 5, 1960 · Page 13
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July 5, I960 Published By Tn* ty»0»f bet Mtfne* Publishing Go., Algona, Iowa MRS. ARbtTH HALVEHSON Nfews How Iowa Interstates Are Progressing /t.oux poured. One hundred - t'ighty were registered in the guest book in charge of Susan Crossley. Kitchen hostesses were Mrs. Clifford Gangsted, Mrs. Lester Thcesficld, Mrs. Leonard Lund, Mrs. Leonard Duer, Mrs. Arthur Hanson, Mrs. Merrett Dale tfnd Mrs Ruhy Christenson. Waitresses were Charlene Gangstad. Deanna Crossley, Cecilia and Anita Gangested. For the program, songs were sung by Oscar Berven. Jr. and Leandfa Larson. Devotions were by Pastor Calvet. Tuesday, July 5, 1960 Algona (la.) Upper bes Mone«-S family of Whittemorc: Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Schroeder and family of Bancroft: Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Brandt and family. Mr. find Mrs. Lawrence Brandt, Mrs. Martha Schrueder and Barbara of Lodyard. TO CHICAGO TO OPEN TO TRAFFIC PAVING CONTRACTS GRADING CONTRACTS LET FIELD SURVEYS COMPLETE SURVEYS UNDER-WAY In the past four years since the Federal Aid Highway Act be>came law on July 1, 1950, Iowa has completed 100 miles of its Interstate Highway System. By 1965, it is anticipated that Interstate 80 from Davenport to Des Moines will be finished and open to traffic. s will be put under contract as. More sections of these funds become available. The three Interstate routes in loWa—^-29, 35, and 80 — will total 710 miles when completed. The map shows progress to date. superhighway! ». The three Ir Seneca Pioneer Family In Reunion Of 57 Relatives Seneca — The 34th reunion of the Jensen family was held at the Armstrong School, Sunday, June 26, with 57 descendants of the Jensen families who were Seneca pioneers in attendance. Among those who have attended every gathering of the family through the years included J. H. Jensen, Marlin Wilberg, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jensen J. M. Jensen of Ringstcd, Lot'cnzo Helgason of Armstrong, George Jensen of Ringsted, Millen Jensen of Waltham, Minn, and Ralph Jensen of Mankato, Minn. Others present included members of the Lorenzo' Helgasons, the Harry Helgasons, the Robert Helgasons, the Richard Jensens, the Donald Jensens, the Oliver Helgasons, Mrs. Calvin Jensen and family, Mrs. Gene Helgason, Connie and Dennis, and Mrs. Thelma Helgnson all of Armstrong. Also Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen and Mr. J. M. Jensen of Ringstcd; Mrs. Carrie Jensen of Seneca, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jensen of Mankato, Minn., Mr. and Mrs Vernon Jensen of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Ahard of Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Jensen and family of Lake Park, Iowa; and Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen of WaHham, Minn. Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen and daughters, 'Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg, Robert, Jerry,., Raymond and Lois of Swea City. Officers elected for the ensuing year were Maynard Jensen, Swea City, president; Ted Ahard of Ames, vice president; and Mrs Oliver Helgason ^pf Armstrong, secretary. Ejected .to serve on the food committee were, Mrs Ceci) Thorson of Swea City, .Mrs. Ted Jensen of Seneca and Mrs Norman Wilberg of Ringsted. The history of the family during the past year recorded 10 births, three marriages and two deaths. .f The group,.voted ,to hold ,<n<?Kt years reunion again at Armstrong. Another Family Reunion The dcscgndents of the Lars Jensen family of Rinested held their first family reunion at the Armstrong City Park Sunday June 26. In. attendance were Mrs Arrttoltf Jen|e)j f $| family, Mr and Mrf Reuljf$ family, fm<4 Mrs ajjlf ,..,.. .. .„ Jensen all of RVngijtiDclr Mr an? Mrs Carl Munder and family of Milford; Mr'and Mrs Orville Fisher and family of. Lake Park- Miss Lillian Olson of Jackson. Minn.; Mij wd Utes JjJck-fn of Esther'ville; Mr and Mr Hollis Cooper and family of Humboldt; Mr and Mrs Donald Jensen of West Bend; and Mr and Mrs Raymond Bergum and family of Seneca. Saturday dinner guests at the Curtis Olsen home included Mr and Mrs Clifford Pringle and family of San Bernardino, Calif. and Mr and Mrs Gaylord Olsen and family, the richs of Terrill Everett Zitte- and the Bob of Des Moines and Tom Curtis, former Seneca teacher now attending summer school at .Drake University, spent the weekend at the Cecil Baldwin home. Mr Curtis, whose home is at Letts, Iowa, is a math teacher at Reno, Nevada. • Mr and Mrs Cecil B^al'dwin visited recently with the hitter's brother, Hans Nielsen who is u patient at the Veterans Hospital at Des Moines. .Mr and Mrs C. C. Voight ar% two of the Carl Voight boy? spent the July 4th weekend at the home of their, daughter and family, the Fred Hutchinsons at Revere, Minn. Showers Honor Two Bancroft Brides-To-Be ••• BaHtroft —' A- shower, honoring Mary Faith McGuirc. was held Tuesday evening , in St. Johns hall. Mary Faith was married Tuesday, June 28, to Donald Schiltz, son of Mr. and Mrs Arnold Schiltz. Mary Faith is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas McGuire. 1 ' Jacobsons of Mallard. The Pringles formerly lived in the Seneca area. Lois Wilberg has enrolled at DeLylcs Beauty School at Fairmont for the sumer months. She will resume her studies at St. Qlaf College at Northfineld, Minn, this fall. Mr. and~Mrs. Robert Fortney and' family visited with Richard Frandsons of,, Story City last Sunday and made the acquaint; ance of a new niece. Mrs Fortney and Mrs Frandson are sisters. Mrs Carrie Jensen was a patient at Holy family Hospital' at Estherville last weekend, She is now at the home of her daughter and family, the Calvin Jensens of Armstrong. Mrs Caleb Hartshorn and daughter, Jeanie of , Spencer, Massachusets, are visiting with friends,and relatives in this vicinity this, week. They,, accompanied their daughter and sister, Marcja, and her .husband, Dennis Brietenfeld, with her who recently was discharged from the service. The young couyle will rntike ': their home ;at Mr and and rl Alfred Jensen of Rodman; Mr and Mrs Dean Ludwlg and family also of Kodxuun; Mv and Mrs Dr. aval Lone Rock Man Fractures Leg While At Work LONE RQCK — Paul Thackcr fell .and broke his ankle Tuesday while at work. There were two bones broken and a chipped bone, he underwent surgery to repair damage. Mr. Thackcr was in St. Ann hospital and returned home Thursday morning. Birthday Party A group of friends and neigh bors came to the' home of Mrs. Margaret Householder to help her celebrate her- 79th birthday Those present were Mrs. William Householder, Wayne and Rosie, Mrs. Ellwyn Householder, Mike and Debra, Mrs. Darryl Householder and Danny, Mrs. Joe Cross, Mrs. Jake Smith, Mrs Lem Marlow, .Mrs.- Eldin Mar low, Mrs. .Glenn Zwicfe | l, Mrs Jim Long, Mrs. Jack Quinh, Mrs Frank Flaig, Mrs. Ralph Riede Mrs. •Emma Jqhnspn, Mrs, Pete Hanson, Mrs. Harlah Blanch arc and Jonathan, Mrs. Roy Jensen Mrs, Fritz Newbrough, Steve an Sheri, Mrs. Woodrow Pettit, Ga and Peggy. - Miss Diisworth Honored A shower honoring Dianna Ditsworth, daughter of Mr. and VIrs. ' Kenneth Ditsworth, wa;, icld Sunday in St. Johns hall. 3ianna will be married July (i o Donald Doocy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Doocy. where, tyn Breitenfeld will "go into business with nis father. Mrs Lyle England was plea santly surprised at a coffee party Thursday after npon,J,t. being hev 'birthday Friends surprising .her %vere Mrs. C'. 6. Bailey. Mrs Cecil = Baldwin, Mrs Mae Menz, Ted Je«sen. , .,..•,': Mrs, Lyl? England, .entertained a group df friends who have June birthdays at her home June 23. Guests included Mrs Alfred Gpd- fredsoh 'df FaJrmofit; Mrs Wr- bcrt Krause, Mrs Melvin Madsen, and Mrs Cecil Baldwin. f The Seneca Stars hold their Mothers Tea at the home of Colleen and'Marlene Smith. Reports were given by Colleen Smith ,and. iAiyce ( :j?e'terse>v The group vpt$a to hpld achievement show at the Seneca igchool t ;on JVlgn- dayv August t. The group vbtea to have a family picnic on July 24 at Fairmont. ....:., , , ; . A . Candace Vaudt-visited several days last week with her cousin, (. Johnson, daughter of ieth Johnsons- This pasl week Kevin Johnson visited at the Vaudt home. Uouald Baldwin The cake was baked by Mrs. Ray Frey and served by Mrs Glen Crossley Ejnd Mrs. Earl Carlson. Mrs. Paul Wetter, Mrs. Lester Theesficld, Mrs. Gunnard Larson and Anita Gangested Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wiechmann and sons, Mr. and Mrs Ernest Patterson and family and Carolyn Hovey left last Tuesday for Nashville, Tcnn. to attended the wedding of Roy Patterson, son of the Ernest Pattersons. Sharon Patterson joined them at Maryville, Mo. for the trip. Mrs. Martin Gabel and Mrs George Pearson entertained their birthday club Friday evening at the Gabel home. Present were Mrs. William Brock. Mrs. Ronald Johnson, Mrs. Rudy Peterson, Mrs Milton Peterson. Mrs. Waltei Hans and Mrs. Arthur Kracht. Visitors were Mrs. Jean Simmons, Mrs. James Devan, Mrs. Cord, Mrs. Franz Carlson and Margaret. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Himcs left Tuesday morning for their new home at Los Alamos. New Mexico. Bob will attend summer school in Albuquerque. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Carlson and Merlin, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Thorson and Linda, the Elmer Franks. Mrs. G. O. Anderson Mrs Hilma Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Anderson, the Norman Ottmans, all of Swea City attended the Olson reunion ai Pilot Knob Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kracht and family and the Roy Heins attended the Helvig reunion a ( Hampton Sunday. Attending the Brandt reunion at Blue Earth Sunday were Mr and Mrs. Weldon Brandt. Mr and Mrs. Wayne Jorgenson and family, Fred Brandt, Mrs. Hilda Fosgren, Mr. and Mrs. Johnie Tobin and family of Swea City: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gade and Oscar Bervens Observe 25th At Swea City Swea-Eagle —' An open house was held at the Oscar Berven home June 2fi for the Berven's silver wedding anniversary. A daughter, Mrs. Dennis Looft, wa; hostess for the event. n FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHI EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. 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