The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 18, 1960 · Page 22
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 22

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, October 18, 1960
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, f' Tuesday, Oth 18, 1960 Shower Honors Karen Schwarzenbach, Oct. 15 -' :Fenlon -^ l\llss Karen Schwar* $enbach was honored at a mis* cellaneous shower at the Fenton 'Community Center Saturday evening, Oct. 15." ' Registering the guests was Jane Lieb of Algona. Mrs Leone ttalverson announced the following program: saxaphone solo by Mary Lou Larsen, accompanied by her sister,,Mrs Vernpn Reisn,- *er of Estherville; humorous skit entitled 'A Yard of Argument 1 presented by Mrs Don Berkland and Mrs Norman Finnestad; '.song, 'Sugar Time* by Vicky Aimers, Cheryl ^Berkland -and •Mary Lou Larsen. Miss Elsie Me- "yer accompanied, the • girls. A leading entitled /Before and/Af- er' was given by Mrs Andrew owans. Mrs Leone HalVerson ad the life history of the bride- o-be, arid concluding wie program was a piano solo by Cheryl 2Berkland. * Assisting Miss Schwarzenbach 3toith her gifts were Mrs Fred rfickhart of Humboldt, Jane Lieb •of Algona and Maria Waite. t : Hostesses for the occasion were -Mesdam^s Leone Halverson, *Emil Bleckwenn W.'-R.; Wolfe, •pon BerklandY Andrew? Cfowans, ^George -.Jorgenson .Sri,! John *Waite, Oscar Sorenson, Larry ^ox all of Fenton, William Schwarzenbach of Algona, Frank JEisele f df : Whittemore, Otto Moel- ler.qf Royal, Ray Freeberg and ^Albert Jaeger of KoyaL gj , " " "" '^' ~Hbmemakers To Meet ^ The . Fenton -Township Horhe- •fmakers ; Club will Fridfcy, iqcto- ; •"•ber 21st in the"hpme«of:Mrd Ed rPriebe with Mrs Martin Hantel"man' assisting hostess. A lesson -flyill be presented" oni 'Atomic ^Survival! A bulb exchange will ;.be held. . V ' •,. : •• -. > ' "See Des Moines Shows 7 Mr and Mrs E. C. Weisbrbd and "'Mr, and Mrs J. A. Schwartz drove £to Des. MpineS Friday td ^attend ~The Music' Man. 1 ' while in Des •Moines the, Weisbrqds visited ^Florence Weisbro'd, and!also call- •ie^ on the William Boettchers at *Ankeny,.. They attended the Ice !!F6!lies on Saturday night. Mr "and Mrs Schwartz were guests Tbf Edith'laage -arid' then spent Saturday and^Sunday at Ames with the Bob < and Jim Schwartz, families. The' Weis^rpds |oine4 them at ? Ames ^.Sunday 'afternoon, the' v grpup, returned home that evenlhelStoyfidlth Laage A - Schwartz to Ames, t Auxiliary Meets The American Legion Auxiliary met Friday, October 14, in the home of Mrs S. Jt. Straley with eleven members present. Mrs Burnette Heine is a -3w member. The unit members sent a bouquet of "flowers to Mrs Clara Fauerby, a unit member who is hospitalized in Ames. The poppies for the poppy sale were ordered. The unit gave $3.00 toward helping the Algona Unit with Kossuth County Crippled Children's Clinic. 'The Auxiliary will serve lunch at the County Legion meeting to be held November 17th. $2.50 was sent to the Iowa City Veterans Hospital. The Fenton unit is to send cookies to Woodward Nov. 1st. They are to be at the home of Mrs Martin Ohm by Nov. 1st, one dozen cookies, individually wrapped in a small box. The unit subscribed to the National Legislative Bulletin from which Mrs W. E. Laage presents a report each month. . A- delicious 'lunch was served by the hostess, Mrs S. E. Straley. Aid Society Conclave A number of lames of the Fairville Ladies Aid 'Society and of St John's Lutheran Aid Society in Fenton vyfere in. 1 attendance at the Lutheran Women's Missionary, League of the Algona ^Circuit which was held Wednesday, October J2 at Peace . Lutheran church in West bend. . Pastor D. E. m Weiss was in charge of the opening devotions. Mrs Lloyd Berkland of the Fairville Society gave the response to the welcome wnich had been extended by Mrs Ronald Meyer of West Bend. The principal speaker was Pastor Lee Strackbein, missionary to New Guinea. ' To^onor.Hecent "MB and. ifers ^-Kenneth Krause will be honored at a miscellaneous shower Tuesday evening, October 25, at 7:30 p.m. at the Fenton Community Center, Hosts and hostesses' for the occasion are the Fenton business men and their wives. The many friends and relatives of the couple are cordially invited to attend the courtesy. No other invitations arc being issued. FURNACE CLEANING We Have Rental Service (Reasonable Rate) ON PUILMAN PORTABLE VACUUM CLEANER for FURNACES Rent It — Do It Yourself — Clean Your Furnace McFALL PLUMBING & HEATING FENTON :ia MASH BUILDER . This feed is the most popular poultry concentrate in Iowa. It allows you to make your own complete poultry ration ... with your own grain ... to meet .the exact needs of your laying flock. FELCO 38 c ,o MASH BUILDER contains everything except grain that your poultry need. You can expect to reduce feeding costs because you use your own grain. You wjlj maintain top health and production because the feed will be formulated exactly to your need. Try FEJLCO 38ft MASH BUILPER* ELCO FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR New Pastor Is Named To Serve Fairville Church W'^*WNW8. pifmpiu. gi't .1 -,K ' -.!"•'•" ,'**?f ,, ' t> », 'I" ,< a. JL-Jj* '- t ' ••>• Fenlon ; — Rev. R. D. Eckelman, pictured here, has accepted a call to serve St. Luke Lutheran church of Fairville He was born at Lincoln, Kans. Nov. 17, 1933. He attended the Lutheran Par- cohial School at Sylvan Grove, Kans. for eight years. He started high school in Sylvan Grove, but transferred to St. John's Academy at the end of his sophomore year. Rev. Eckelman graduated from St. John's Academy at Winfield, Kans. in 1951. He continued his college education there for two years and graduated from the Junior college ii\ 1953. Upon graduation from St. John's college he entered Concordia Seminary in St. Louis from which he graduated in June 1958. During 1956 - 57, he served a year's vicarage at Kearney, Nebr: *Rev. Eckelman was ordained into the ministry at Sylvan Grove, Kans. 1958. He was installed as pastor of Bethlehem church in Dow City, and then St. John's Lutheran church of Buck Grove, Iowa on Aug. 10, 1958. September 18, 1959, Rev. Eckelman was married to the former Joan Jensen at Denison, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs Donald Hainzinger are parens of a daughter born Sunday, Oct. 9 at the Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. She weighed 8 Ib. and 7 oz. and has been named Shelly Kae. Mr and Mrs William We'mer and Mr and Mrs Arnold Hainzinger are the grandparents. Mrs Ray Stoeber was hostess to the U Deal Em Bridge Club Tuesday evening. Mrs Paul Eit?- ler won high score prize, Mrs Everett Dreyer second high score prize and Mrs Claience Wegener low score prize. Mr and Mrs Ward Ruske of LaGrangc Park, Illinois arc the parents of a daughter born Sunday, October 9th. The infant weighed 0 Ibs. and 10 oz. and has been named Renee. Dr. and Mrs E. W. Kus,*e of t'cnton are the paternal grandparents and Mr and Mrs George Cretcher of Cantril, Iowa are the maternal grandparents. Mrs Ruske left Friday from Mason City by plane to visit the family. Mrs Dale Weisbrod was hostess to the Maxine Circle of the WSCS Wednesday, October 12th'. Fourteen members were present. Mrs Clarence Osbornc was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Junior Huilburt presented the lesson. During the business meeting final plans were made .for the turkey .supptn which will be held at the Methodist church parlors on Wednesday, November 2nd. , St. John's Lutheran Ladies Aid met Wednesday, with hostesses Mrs Walter Jentz, Mrs William Jentz and Mrs Lloyd Kern', ^ests were Amanda Kern and Bertha Kressin. Nominating committee appointed by the president to prepare a ballot of officers for the next year are Mrs John Fuhr. Mrs Helena Luedtke ,nd Mrs Elsie Dreyer. Rev. W. i. Fricdrich presented the topic, •ntitlcd, "According to Your Faith' Mrs E. W. Ruske, Mrs Ray Sloeber and Mrs Paul Eigler attended the recent Republican Tea acid at Van's Cafe in Algona. Waldorf college, -ine public* Is invited. The date is Del .20 at 8:00 p.m. ','•'• George Matthews, ( the fon. of a N. C. school principal/ studied at Eastman School* ui Music, "R6oh« ester, N. Y. in prejftti|ti«m-f^,-fl concert and operatic career. At* ter winning first-'prize ift 'National Auditions in Chicago''over 3pQ singers, he was.wejl'brf his "way. An experience, in tf hbspita! changed the course of his llffr. lie then "set out to make a 6'areei of giving back to God, the talent God gave to him. Recent Bride Given Shower By Senecans Seneca — A belated bridal shower was held Saturday evening at the Presbyterian, church at Ringsted honoring.'Mr''ancl Mrs Robert Maybon of Belgrade! Nebr. Mrs Maybon is the former Nadine Duer, daughter ot Mr "and Mrs Hans Duer. Mrs Donald Maybon, a-former classmate "of the bride, was mistress of cere-- monies. ' , The program opened'with devotions and prayer by Mrs Harold Justice. Mrs Hans Duer, mother of the'bride, presented a solo. Selections were presented by the gi^ sextet. Mrs Phil Lachlet gayu two readings- after which. Mrs Richard Butler sang, accompanied by Mrs Gene Jensen. Hostesses included Mrs Paul Hassel, Mrs Martha Nelson, Mrs Oscar Behyends, Mrs Leonard Dubr, Mrs Clifford Nelson.' Mrs Ella Nelson, Mrs Harvey Nelson Mrs Harold Justice, Mrs Arnold *Duer and Mrs John Mixell. Silver Anniversary Mr and Mrs Raymond Petersen, former Seneca residents now living west of .Ringsted, were honored on their silver wedding anniversary, Sunday, Sept. 25. with open house at Imrnanuel Lutheran church south of Gruver. Trail Ride •V; Members of the Elmore Saddle Club were hosts to the Bit and Spur club of Algona and the Seneca Saddle Club at a pot-luck dinner held at the Everett Witham's Sunday. Approximately 50 riders gathered ;or the' dinner nnd the river trail ride wMhh followed. The group assembled at the Withams for lunch before they returned home. Larry Johannes_en and Merle Halverson, students at Waldort College, spent the weekend ai the home of their parents, the Laurence Johannesens and the Kenneth Halversons. Mr and Mrs Darold Bcrhow and family of Estherville and Mr nnd Mrs Gordon Hurt were Sunday guests at the parental Ro •bert o\ms. , • , Mr ahd Mrs Henry La'nje and family of Thompson &&M Sunday at the Henry'Wilberg, home. 6n Sunday afternoon they, called on the Mannb Pleuersensj at Ringsted where they yislfed $ith Mrs Piedeirsen Wh'o had itecerittoj returned Home from 1-foly Family Hospital at Esthfiryiiie, Mr and MrV He'nfy Tyilbdrg gild 'familyjoined other members' 6f the Wilberg famlly"at the Manfio Piedersen home at Ringsted Su)^ day and visited with Mrs Pieder- sen who had just been brought home from Holy Family Hospital.. Mrs Robert Benzin -and Mrs Amey Cherland, Jea'ders of the Lone Rook Lively Rockets & Mrs Alfred Petersen and Mrs E a rl Crouch, local leaders of the Seneca stars 4-H club, also Mrs Henry Looft, county committee mein- ber, attended the ifall organizer lion meeting of the Kossuth County 4H at Algona Monday afternoon. Shower Honors Bonnie Pert! Fenion — M^ss Bonnie Peril was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afte.inqqp at the Fairville church parlors. Judy Voigt registered the guests, and accepting the gifts were OBecky Jantelman, Nadine Weisbrod and loxie Voigt. • • ', Mrs Dale Weisbrod annq,u.nced he following program. Piano election by Joanne Mitchell, a lumorous skit by Mrs Paul Voigt npd Mrs-Lloyd Berkland. A reel- ation was 'given by Ginger Pert! nd a reading by Mrs Roger . Assisting the bride-to-be with her gifts were Judy Wiener, Verene Narland, Mrs Ladell Olse^r ind Ginger Pertl. Hostesses to the occasion wnrp Mesdames Dale Weisbrod, Wiliam Hantelman, Ed Bruhn, Marin Hantelman, George Pertl, Harry Haase, Olaf Norland, Rueben Luedtke, Ervm'Hruhn, Wil- Ired Bierstedt, Helene Jentz. _,loyd Berkland, Ed Mitchell: Larry Alt, Wilfred Stoeber, Rj>- ?er Long, Eldon Hantelman, Wil- .iam Wiener, Ruay Hannover Lucinda Bierstedt, Orville Wiener, John Waite, Eugene Wegener. Ray Stoeber, Lloyd Kern and Paul Voigt. We Will DRESS, PICK & DRAW Your Chickens No. 6 At Fenton Enlerlain For Visitor Mrs Hulda Hemple has conclud ed a visit with relatives in the Penton area ahd has returned to her home in California. She has been a guest in the home of Mrs Emma Radig. Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt entertained at supper in her honor Other guests were Mr and Mrs Roy Briele and family and Mrs Tuesday t(iterrtooin''Wlth M&$t£ marlMattKiesen^th Mrs W, fi. Laage, co-hostess. V * Mrs E, C^Weispfod arid' Mrs Ed Bruhn were Iri charge pf'the program 'Mrs B>uhn , told about .trie , Mehnlnltes - m* lowU < ahd pointed , out'," t)|e cliff ereA'des/ <tykr ween the 'Amlsh ( arid 'Arrtanna colonies and other • Menihrtiies,. MrVartd Mrs Harry' Kurts -of Lake, Mills, Wis. spent .several days visiting.the Leo Schmidts. Mr and Mrs Paul Thacker visif- ed,.in the home'of Mr'and Mrs" Art Peterson and family at Ottosen Sunday. Mrs A.' 'D. Newbr6ugh came home last Sunday from St.' Ann hospital'where she nad been a patient for the last four weeks. She suffered a heart attack and is recovering niceiy. ' Mrs Miftqn* Madison, Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Willis Cotton, Mrs Glair Bellinger, Mi's Robert Four- tney, Mrs C". E. Nordine, Mrs Art Person, Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom and .'Mrs Ed Blanchard were representatives from the local Presbyterian church'at a Failures- byteri'al meeting at Goldfield Wednesday. Mrs Hulda Hempel'of Pasadena, Calif, was a caller Friday in the Gerald Radig home. /afM^aftd -* 4fA^t m 'm&t Tito a"nd"Mrs Leslie Baxter attended the golden Wedding qf Mr and Mi's Elva. Pettl6oM at the fimtnetsburg 1 . Methodist Church Recently. - • • ' Cindy Rath spent the weekend r in the Bill McCreery home at ReHwJck. '.- Staff Sgt. and" Mrs Gordon Wegener and children wete Wednesday evening jrt thtf Waited -Th6 Wegenef p. day for Aftc he wjll .-b> three ye4f S home. Sgt; left Thurs*e, Alaska where about' |da , .,„„.. 'Home'' 1 " £(t '•' •ArtftStrbng Mr and Mrs 'Cllfttpti Jfath were Thiitadait' Reniiix wha." " the lston, 'Rome at tfana- ' ' GliARANTElD ANTIFREEZE Gef6uaranffl6ct AnH-Freeze Profeetfon with ATLAS PERMAGUARD Ste'Rep'late Al No Esitra Cojt To You If You Should Lose Part or All d.f Your First'Winter Fill. ' _ HANSEN'S StAlMD 7 ^ ; STANDARP SERVICE On'Hiflhway 4£ In Fenton ' Ketu! Com|)ac£! WRIGHT power blade saw Your choice of 2 model* priced from •13950 Including blade. Now anyone can do 1,001 cutting jobs so easily I WEISBROD IMPLEMENT FENTON (41-44) I«WP Negro Singer To Appear Oct. 20 f Depew Church An outstanding uvynt on the church calendar of St. John's Lutheran at Depew is the presentation by the distinguished Negro tenor. George Matthews of "Songs at 'Midnight", a sermon in song. * Qforge MaJthcv/s is highly i'i" commended by Christian / ~ 1 " 1 leges and p<jstcus of lions of Y9VipH5 <iei; where he has dfliye'r^ hJ3 ... r , sage in song. 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