The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1960 · Page 15
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Guest Day Is Big Success At Wesley Church Wesl«y —Sixty women attended W.S.C.S snout day Oct. 12 in the Methodist church. President Olive Erdman gave the welcome, Margaret Jones read scripture and led in prayer. Vernelda Hansen led in responsive readings, Veva Lease read a poem. Linda Newbraugh gave a flute solo accompanied at the piano by her mother, Mrs Nyla Ncwbrough. A girls quartet from Junior high school sang. A skit was presented with Opal Nygaard as narrator. Those taking part were Florence Hansen Clara and D'Loras Price, Marilyn Weiland and Judy, Mildred Baylor, Fern Paulson, Kate Flom Dorothy Henderson and Gladys Detmering. gram. \ Mr and Mrs Archie Dcts^orth of Swea City were guests in the Clarence Ackerson home Oct. 9 Mr and Mrs N. F. Weber went to Jefferson Wednesday ana* spent several days -with their daughter, Margaret Jean and family, the Calvin Mcineckcs. Mrs R. C. Bauer entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Leo Hanig, was a guest. Mrs Tom Forburgcr will entertain the group Oct. 26. Mrs Helen Studer left Wednesday for her home at Saskatoon. Saskatchewan, Canada. She had spent the past 2% months with Emma Studer, after she returned from St. Ann hospital, Algona where her right leg was amputated. A group of ladies gave a coffee party for Emma and Helen Tuesday morning in Emnia's home and presented each a gift Frank, Minnie and Nell Frimml visited their cousins, the John McHales at Clarion. Agatha Gallagher, a resident of the Bishop Drumm Home in DCS Moines, was a p »uest in the . - home of her sister, Mrs A. N Asocial hour followed the pro- Richtsmeicr and mmily the past ^8»aa»#a&iom«8^ VOTE FOR MILT MILTON G. NORTON Republican Candidate For County Recorder Dear Folk*, Our Kotsuth County-the largest in Iowa with its population of over 25,000 people living on our farms and in our towns and villages is the area that I shall strive to cover by personal contacts or thru the mails. It is my thought to see each and every voter of this great county just as far as time and physical Strength will permit before the fall election on November 8th. I am asking your support and your votes as I am out for the office of county recorder. I have lived all my life in Kossuth County, I am a graduate of the Algona High Schooj and the State*University of Iowa. I served overseas in the first world war, I have had a life-time of experience in business. I am community minded. With the best of my ability, experience and education I will serve Kossuth County people, if elected your County Recorder. Sincerely, MILTON G. NORTON YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED ?&&<XX&G{&<^tQ^^ several weeks. Mr and Mrs E. M. Olsen and Wke were Oct. 9 guests in the ionic of tht'ir daugrucr and sis- er, Mrs Oscar Wagner and fami- y in honor of Karen Wagner's 12th birthday. Mr and Mrs Theron Hanser. spent Sunday in Clear Lake with the Tom Nelsons and helped tin: twins, Russell and Roger Nelson, celebrate their eleventh birthday. Mr and Mrs Darrell Adolf and Sherry of May City spent Oct. 0 with Mr and Mrs Will M.-ylinek. Services in the Methodist church will be changed from !) to 11 o'clock beginning Nov. 6. Sunday .School will be at 10 o'clock as usual. Mr and Mrs Ray Carlson and her brother, Bob Johnson, Mr and Mrs John Smith zmd Mr and Mrs Jack Smith attended the Oct. 9 wedding af Wally Hill and Maxine Sweet at 4 p.m. in the Lutheran church in Algona. Mrs Oscar Johnson tame home recently from the Brill hospital where she had been a patient for two weeks. Otto Thompson of ' Tucson, Ariz, visited last week with his nieces Mrs Luther Nygaard and Mrs George Detmering and their families. Oct. 9 the two women gave a family dinner party in his honor in the Detmering home. Guests were Mr and Mrs Glen Wiggans and family of Thor, Mr | md Mrs Francis Thompson of Nevada, Mr and Mrs Vern Alexander of Bode and Mrs Margaret Alexander of Hurnboldt. Mr and Mrs Floyd Dolan oi Alexander, South Dakota came Tuesday to visit his sister, Mrs George Vilzthum and family, and their mother, Mrs Ellen Dolun. Another brother, Tcrrin Dolan ol Seattle, Wash, has spent the past several weeks here. A girl was born Oct. 8 to Mr and Mrs Gerald (Bud) Studer of Mason City. Gerald is a son of Alf Studer. Mr and Mrs J. P. Studer spent Monday and Tuesday in Waterloo where they attended the annual meeting of the Cooperative Service Co. Mrs Sam Alne of Ames spent, several days last week visiting friends here. She was a housc- guesl of Sophia and Elizabeth Hauplman and Mr and Mrs L L. Lease. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fifth Mr and Mrs Heroert Nelson received a call from their son and daughter-in-law, at Escondido, Cal. telling them a baby girl had been born to them early Wednesday morning, uctober 12. She weighed eight pounds and 12 ounces and was named Carla Lorraine. Mr and Mrs Clifford Young went to Clear Lake Saturday been on the sick list. Mrs Glen Zvvicfcl's ncice and husband, Mr and Mrs Melvin Ricks of Titonka parents of OLDEST Mrs John Carson, one of the oldest pioneers of the Forest City area, died recently at the age of 100. She had one son, four grandsons, and four great grandchildren. morning, taking a well-filled dinner basket with them to spend the day with Grandma ' and Grandpa Young and help Grandma Young celebrate her 82nd birthday. Levant Moore, Di&nc, AniUi, Virginia and Patsy and Leona Haasc attended a party at the Chris Haase home Thursday evening in honor of Chris Haase's birthday and Mr and Mrs Melviri Haase's fifth anniversary. Other guests besides the honorecs were Mr and Mrs Emil Haack and boys, Lone Rock Rial Bartletl of Dike visited from Friday till Sunday at the Lloyd Bartlett home. He came for the funeral of Raymond Bartelt and also visited his" mother, Mrs Frank Lupin at Bancroft. Mrs Mrs Lloyd Bartlett called at the W. J. Stewart home Sunday. Mrs Earl Zwiefel and Mrs, Wilfred Johnson of Rochester, Minn were Sunday callers at the Levant Moore homt. The Portland Social Club met Oct. 13 at the home of Mrs Effie Teeter with 15 members present Mrs Harvey Johnson was a guest. Mrs Tony Jandl was in charge of the program. Several ladies received birthday anor anniversary curds from their secret sisters. There was also an election of officers, all old officers holding over for next year. Mr and Mrs Robert Kain and Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms were Sunday evening visitors at the C. L. Young home. Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy Accompanied Mr and Mrs Elmer Erickson of Rodman to Sioux Falls. South Dakota, Saturday, when they visited their sister, Mrs M L. Brown. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch went to Brill Wednesday to visit Mrs a baby hoy horn CM. 7. He was named Bradley Joe. Mr and Mrs Glen Zwiefcl. and family and Mr and Mrs Gary Zwicfcl and little son writ- Thursday evening guests at the Merrill Zwiefel home in honor of Allen Zwiel'el's sixth birthday. Mrs Hay Fitch attended "the funeral of Donald Fraser Wednesday at St. Thomas' Episcopal church in Algona. Recent visitors at the Jack Tieman home were. Mrs Frank Drc- yer and girls of Lone Hock ami Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman of Fenton. Mr and Mrs George Koestler and family and the Art Tcitz's of Lakota were Sunday evening visitors. Several Portland ladies attended the shower in honor of Edith Smith Monday evening at the Presbyterian church. Burt. Mrs Chester Smith entered the lospital at Iowa City a week ago Thursday. It is not known at this time how long she will be there. Mrs George Hix visited Mrs Dwight Ruse and Mrs Stanley Ruse and Leroy Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Victor Fitch and Korene were Thursday afternoon callers. the week end with their parents. Mr and Mrs George Koestler and Mr and Mrs Fred Davis. They are going to school in Omaha. Mrs Hex Wolf and Mrs Paul Hudson visited the Jack Tic mans, Tuesday afternomi. The Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday afternoon, October 20, at the home of Mrs S. R. Parsons, with Mrs Glen Zwiefel and Mrs George Patterson assistant hostesses. 'The more of earth we want, the less of heaven we'll get." Tuesday, Oct. 18, 1960 Algona (10.) Upper Dei School Cooks Of Area Met At Burt On Oct. 12 Kossuth County School Food Service Association was host at a dinner and program, Wednesday evening, Oct. 12 at the Burt high school. About 200 members, school board members and teachers attended. Mrs lona Richardson, Swea City was program chairman. Rev. Fred Samck, pastor of the Burt and Ledyard Mernodisl churches, gave the invocation. Mrs Agnes Mayer, Ledyard gave the welcome. Jerry Koestler and Gary Davis I Helen Comfort, Algona spoke] came home Friday night to sncnd ' on "School Lunches To and From Washington, D. C.", and mcSdcrat- ed the panel discussion on "Our Childi en and School Lunches" Mrs Louise StoeKwell, Titonka introduced the panel members, John Cook, superintendent of the Lakota Consolidated School; Mrs Leone Halverson, leather in the Sentral Community School; Elwyn Stenxel, board member of the Burt Community School; Mrs Harold Krantz, Swea City parent; Mrs Nellie Van Allen, cook at St. Cecelia'.-; Academy. Algona and Esther Grace Sigsbce, Al- pona Upper Des Moines colum- 'nist. Musical numbers were the Burt school under the lion of Miss Erna Baars. Bullock, boy soprano sang ces McDonald gave a clarinet solo, and a girl's quartet composed of Marsha Dremmel, Margaret Keith, Jean Steven and Sharon Miller sang two numbers. REGISTER TICKETS and cnrbon cash noisier rolls at the Upper Des Mfiines Pub. Co., Algona. f r o m direc- Rofier ; Fran- Fri., - Ocl. 21 Frank Buhr And His Ramblers Sat., - Oct. 22 Jules Herman and His Orchestra Plus The Debutants Midwest's Newest Singing Sensation Sun., - Oct. 23 Tiny Little Jr. His Ragtime, Piano and 10-Pc. Orchestra Featuring — Tiny Little Marvin Reedstrom Fitch's brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Leo Clark, and also Father Chas. Clark. Mrs Leo Clark has "You know,.. that does make sense... ... if curling the *dough kneads it better, Butternut }3read would be more tender." You've got the idea! Yea, Butternut tender -curia the dough, stretches the bread'Cells. Makes it tender. Presses out air bubbles, too...so the bread stays fresher' Gives it a smoother, more even texture. 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