The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 22, 1959 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 22, 1959
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Ex-Lone Rock Dies In I tf died at Lake Arthtn', " IS of,fe heart at- LoUlsiaftl; . task. Shte f vvas Mrs Hurt Hart- lived for years ah tlie.Aft Saker farm sbtith of Lone Kdfck, Orte sister, M?s ,Wm. A. Ktiou Sr. bf Algfina , aftd , brother, AlVJn Jf^artin. MtSs^edw Idaho, Deeded her in death. OH? ' ' . toother, ' Pe'ter , Martin, survives Funeral get^ifies WeTfB,,h6ld Sat- tirday ttibMftg at Lake Arthur Mrs Hartwell attended the Sur school. • ' Jenseft, Mrs Fr«d tofittsflldt fts- sjstint. Lsssdft -wfll M ghrett by Mrs E. M. Jfensen; Emrria 'x*Hh Mrs" 0. E, Mot dftie, MSS Dave eTjfer assisting. .Lesson bjr Mrs Milton Madison; U Mia with Mrs h fitsrt afid M* and -Mfs • * •- - sailed - — horfte ^ftfi dlftneif 1ft honor of ihe Bllntihlfd atid Mri A. D. Newtoroiigh assisting. Lesson by Mrs Salph HaififfitSMfStt, , Mr 'atd Mr* Pa-tit B«*nfeard en- tertaitt£d' at 800 Sliftdat #rfenWg, The Willard Thompsons, Robert Sinzens, Herbert KraUse, Dorfald Kennedys,, Rayrtofid Btetles.Roy Bierles, Robert Lyti&hs, Pdliy Doocy and Phil Bernhard attended. Prizes Went to Mrs Soy Bierle and Willard Thompson, high, Robert Binzeh and Mrs Willard ThomfJs'oft, low. "Travel to Mrs Robert Lynch . Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family, Mr and Mrs Jack Tiendan . .... Mr find Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs and Mr^ W. J. Cotton went to the Ofville fieardortf hdirife at Ifftle Wednesday and Mrs De«rddrft tctdm^fenled the Wofn- eA t6 Des MolneS where they at- tefidedt "Muste Mafi.'' . . . Mt flttd Mrs Mlttoft Madisofl Maty Lei &ttd Kteht guests Beb Jtaftftas, Sfefett Hahft«s, Jess Vaien«fte$ t AWen Hovey$, Art gakctsj 0u!%dod McAfthuts FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FINTON/IA, GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBJIOD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and OEHL EQUIPMENT 'Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE for Building - Remodeling , , PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker And Auction Service Phone 803 Fenton, Iowa at Fenton Wedftfeiday evening at the Johfi MdncH horrie ih honor of the 20th W^ddiftg artnlversarj b! Mr and Mrs MUnch. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegebart! visited her sister, Mrs Richard BrlStow, Who is a ftatient at the Mercy hespit&l at Mason City. Mrs Milton Madison, Mrs C: fi. foordine, Mfs EdWafd Blanchard and Mrs- Emma Hurlburt attended PresbyterM fet Ackley Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Raymond Laabs and chlldren^-were guesU Friday at the Roger Jensens.. Sunday the Jensen family were guests at the Frank Flaig home. ' Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl and family visited the Otto Wichtendahls in Fenton Sunday. Mr and Mrs Duane Dreyer and family visited 'at the Frank Dreyers Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer visited in Armstrong Saturday at the Amanda.' Petersen home. • Mr and Mrs Floyd Nichols and family of Emmetsburg were Sunday guests at the Leslie Baxters. In the afternoon Aaron Ernst and girls, Mallard, visited there. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bellinger and family entertained 'the Clair Bollinger family, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Emil Person called Friday, evening -at the Herman •f Kramers. Sunday afternoon they visited in Swea City at the Carlos Engelbys. Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs H. T. Bunkofske of Algona called on the Arden Hoveys and John were guests in Armstrong at the Clarence Hovey home. •.Mr ,and Mrs Wayne Miller West Bend, "'visited at .the Bernard Millers Sunday afternoon. /Friday evening a farewel party was held at -the -Ronald Collins home in honor of the Stanley Simpsons, who are leav ing the community. Families at tending were 1 : Frank Dreyers ahd Rfly Mcrtz. Quests sanday' at the Art Pflebes weft; Mrs Alice Benkfir and Waldo Bertk6r. Lester, Mr and Mrs • Harvey Thomas artd fatally, Qreen Mountain. Jean Hefti Is Shower Honoree At LuVerne LuVerne — Jean Heft! was .honored at a miscellaneous pfe- nuptial shower Saturday afternoon in the rooms of the Evangelical United Brethren church With 60 attending. Hostesses Were Mrs Gilbert Hefti r Crystal Lake, Mrs Edwin Hefti and Mrs Curtis Morgan. Mrs Marshall Clancy of Hardy, aunt of the bride-elect, decorated the tables. Readings were given by Mrs J. Paul Stevens and Mrs Fred Merkle. Flute Solo by Margene Merkle, accompanied by Mrs Carroll Marty. As- Wls., and Mrs Katie fheede of Columbus, Wis. afrlvod Friday to Visit in the home ot their brother Edward ttehnofb the fcUfJhen in the Methodist church V/as given a thorough re« decdfathig and cleaning tfte past week by Circle 3 of the? W.S.C.S. with Mrs Ralph Sloll, chairman Mrs A, A. SchipuU, Circle 2, also assisted and new curtains for windows are beihg mndc- by Mrs Carl Swanson of Circle 1. Men assisting with work Were ElmOr Kubly, Ralph Stoll rind Frnncea Shorcy. Noon meals for the workers were served in tire homes of Mrs Edward Hof and Mrs Phil C. Henderson, Circle 3 members. They plan to give the dining room and reception room a complete cleaning soon. Thurtday, J«ft. 22, (to.) Upp«Hht On Jnn, IB a prc-mtptiAf showef was held in the St. Benedict hall honor of Darlene whoso approaching mnrflage \tfcr SAVINGS NOW in the WESTINGHOUSE Shape of sisting with gifts were Mrs Hnr- lan Helm, Aurelin, bride's sister, Mrs Stevens, Margene Merkle, Marie Ray Marty and Wanda Hefty. Sunday afternoon in the Lu* Verne town hall. Miss Hefti w«s honored with a personal shower with 21 guests attending. Hostesses were her grandmother, Mrs iyiathilda Stoddard, aunts, Mrs Lawrence Miller, Mrs John Stnm- ika and cousin, Mrs Bill Wickett, Mrs Stampka conducted B Keep Talking game. Margo Stainpkn assisted her cousin in opening hen many gifts. Miss Hefti, daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Hefti will be married to Edward Elbert,'son of Mr and Mrs August Elbert in a 9:30 a.m. service Saturday, .Feb. 7 in Sacred Heart Catholic church in Livermore. BUY AND SAVE ON THESE ALL-NEW 1958 APPLIANCES New, Cold Injector Frost-Free ' REFRIGERATOR with separate Home Freezer Cold fresh air instantly cWHs the entire refrigerator section. Desserts jell in a jiffy; beverages , cool in minutes. Completely frost free A foot pedal op«ns separate giant Food Freezer— wth roll-out basket*. IASY TERMS Styled for Tomorrow Speed-Electric RANGES Features such Weattnghouse "exclusive** «« plug-out eurface and oven heating units, infinite beat control LAUNDRY TWINS with New STYLE-LITE Control benter JIow enjoy laundry equipment with tnodern "push-button" controls, pat. cnted Revolving Agitator, exclusive Direct Aiv Flow Drying. . LIBERAL TRADE-IN HIRE'S WHY pVOLlflNB AGITATOR IS th» fptor, which lift*, turn*, plunge* them 50 time* , pnlnvt»^-w«h« all th* dpfhe* oil the time, Me " tpqcf anywhere. idlo y Time" m««ms Seffor Tfo«/«-fn* >. t Ee*y Term of IOWA ELECTRIC WTS POWER ' ' " ' WU Residents Recuperating Mrs Earl Manning'' entered Mercy hospital Friday for treatment and X-rays. Mrs Edward Dehnert, aurgica patient at Mercy hospital,'For! Dodge, was released Saturday and will convalesce in her home Mrs Norma E. McClaran is E patient in : the Huston Res' Home in Hurriboldt. Mrs William A. Marty fell in her home Wednesday, fracturing her left wrist. After medical attention she is convalescing in hei home. Mrs Albert Wilhelm suffered broken bone in her left ankle at she fell on ice under her wasl line. She received medical at tentiqn and ' is confined in net home. Adam F. Zwiefel (Bob) under went a hernia operation Monda> morning in the Fort Dodge Lu .heran hospital, Surprise Party 35th Anniversary At St. Benedict St. Benedict — On the evening of Jan. 1C, 29 people celebrated the 35th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs George Groin nt thoiii-liome. The guests were Mr and Mrs Kenneth Groin nnd Mr and Mrs Ronald Groin, sons and daughters-in-law, Mr and Mrs Leo Immerfall, Mr and Mrs Ed Immortal, Mr nnd Mrs Leo Goetz and the Town and Country Club members and their husbands, who are Mr nnd Mrs Roman Arcndt, Mr and Mrs Magnus Rahm, Mr and Mrs Don McCarthy, Mr nno Mrs Nick Arndorfcr, Mr and Mrs A. J. Granclgcnutl, Mr nnd Mrs oe Namer, Mr and Mrs Jock Cutschara, Mr and Mrs John reuschl, Mrs Martin Seller, Mr and Mrs Philip Arndorfcr. Mrs 3 hil Arndorlor baked the anniversary cake and Mrs Nick Arndorfer decorated it. The sclf- nviled guests furnished the .unch. The event was a complete surprise. Jan. ,8 was the first, birthday anniversary for Mary B c t h, daughter of Mr and. Mrs Albert Borman and to help her celebrate the occasion, Mr and Mrs Matt Borman and Barbara of Algona came for supper, also Mr and Mrs Rny Ladendorf, Algona; Mr and rs Bob Arn.dorfer and family Corwith; Mr and Mrs Donald Borman and family and Mr and Mrs Bernard Rohlik of Woodlake, Minn. Joe DorwtMlCT will tafefr Jan. 31 at Templeton, lowa> tho couple will reside in St. Benedict, Mr and Mrs John Freuschl became grandparents for the first time when, their daughter nnd 8on-irt-lnw, Mr and Mrs Eugorio jncobck, became parents of a daughter. The new mother is the former porooh Frouschl. Mrs Lulu Hanift, Wosloy, Mf nnd Mrs Leo Unnig, Wesley, and Mrs George Kunkel, Algonn, nc- companion Mr and Mrs Dan JYoehllch to Dodham. la. (o erle- brato the 50th Wfdding anniversary, Jnn. 12 of Mr and Mrs John ft. Seidl. Mrs Soldi Is a sister of Leo llanig. Boventeen cousins nnd friends of Norma Pfeffcr, daughter of Mi and Mrs Henry Pfeffor gathered Jnn. 18 to celebrate the honoreo's 12th btrftiday. On Jan. 18, a sort <^al feern te Mr, and Mrs Donald Boiman o! LuVerne, He weighed 6 Ib. 10 0*. and is their thifd *t»n. They a dftughtet, Mary Catherine. Merle Ford of Mt. Vernon recently injured his right foot In a gun accident, while he and another boy Wfro hunting rabbits, They were trying to pull thr head from n rabbit when the gun started to slip. One boy grabbed for it ahd the guh discharged hitting Merle in the foot. His safety boots probably prevented him from losing two toes. RETIRES Carl Osborne, an employee of the Milwaukee Road for 51 years nnd a Jefferson agent for the road the past 38 years recently retired. Osburne started v/ork for the railroad in Ifl07. NOTE! THIS IS A MONTHLY PROGRAM I CHANGE FROM OUR PRINTED Thursday — Friday - Saturday t Mr and Mrs James Nielson of Ames are the parents of their first child, a seven pound, 11 ounce son, Steven James, born Jan. 5. Mrs Nielson is the former Joyce Smith of Britt. James is the son of Mr and Mrs Albert Nielson of Britt formerly of Lu- Verne. Mr and Mrs Burtis DeNia entertained, their card clutf, Jan. 1'Of Guests were Mr and Mrs Herman Schulz. At play at three- tables, high, Herman Schulz and Mrs Clifford Holmes, low, Mr and Mrs Earl Johns, Travel, Mrs Holmes. Mr and Mrs James Doak and Nita Sue of Vincent were Saturday visitors with the Bertie C Ramus family and other friends Mr and Mrs Ray Agard and children visited Sunday, his mother, Mrs Alice Agard in Goldfield and her parents, the Cyril Wood- sens in Eagle Grove. Mr and Mrs Julius Gramenz of Des Moines visited his sisters, Mrs Clara Baumgartner and Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner Thursday to Saturday, Mr and Mrs Ralph Stoll and Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielson were guests in the Dennis Stol home in Eagle Grove. Othei guests were Karen, Beverly ant Larry Johnson and Jan Gardnei of Algona, The occasion was the. birthday of Mrs Dennis Stoll Cards were played, Mr and Mrs Ralph Stoll attended the funeral of Mrs Olga Holt. 63, in the Algona Presbyterian Church Monday. Mr and Mrs Walter Engel, visited their daughter, Meredith Mr and Mrs Loren Appenzeller and sons in Eagle Grove Sunday evening. ."' Mr and Mrs Don Miller and children were Sunday guests with her sister, the Bernard Jensen? in Clarion, Weekend guests in the par ental Albert Hefti home were their daughter, Betty ,Mr and Mrs Harlan Helm and girls of Ayrelia. A. J. Klqoster of Algona wafc a Saturday evening guest in tht Curtis Morgan home. Mr and Mrs Edward Behnkendorf' and family of Bode wern Sunday evening visitors with the Don Miller family. Mrs Dale Zentner attended an all day meeting Sunday at Clear Lake, The second annual Methodist Senior' Day • at 'Morningside College, Sjoux City, .Saturday, was attended by ypung people' from LuVerne, also two car loads from the Livermare Methodist church. From LuVerne were Da.vid Trauger, Gary Erdman. Charles W<?ber, Pouglas Holmes, Sally Prior, LeOta Ann Voss jwd J?h$ryi Goetsch. They were accompanied by Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, the Rev. WorthLe Usher and Mrs Clifford Holmes. Mrs Ida Wollio of Lake Mills, ALGONA Special Children's Matinee SAT. 2 P.M. '•*•:;.!.• T • • • i 1 • . , i • '' "THE TIN STAR" With HENRY FONDA — plus — Color Cartoons STANDING OFF A LYNCH for *40 a month and IN A PERLBERO.SEATON PRODUCTION •*•""* BETSY PALMER ! MICHEL RAY PLUS THIS CO-KIT RICHARD TODD - JULIETTE GRECO ALGONA THE MOST EXCITING SINGING STAR OF OUR DAY INAPOWERFOL DRAMATIC PERFORMANCE! SUNDAY & MONDAY PARAMOUNT PRESENTS Hera ft Cheer Up! #6 nun fc Rcd on thai seller. A Stone For Dunny Fuller"! REOLE SONGS: As Long As I Have You Don't Ask Ms Why Hard Headed King Creole <Lover Doll worthless * . , He Caft «* ' ways servo as a bad exaitrplef** -^ Small boy explaining brok* 6n window 16 policeman: "t was cleaning my sUngthol and it went off." Two friends met aftet many years. "Did you hear about Bill?" asked one, referring to an old friend. "No," said the other. "What happened to him?" "Ho dropped dead outside a tavern." "Going in or coming out?" "Gofng in." 'What rotten luck!" The gas industry, following the modern building trends, has developed a remarkable unit which combines heating, cooling, and air conditioning on a year-round basis. This is the all-year air conditioner, which cools, cleans, circulates, humidifies or de-humidifies the air during the sunimer, and takes on the winter heating and air conditioning job with the throwing of a single switch. ..'.:;: In a Now York court, "Action by one Bologna against one Weinor to compel specific performance or contfact," elicited this from ,hc judge, "I never sausage & onsc." ••'-'' : A New Yflrk playboy had a closer shave than he bargained for in a local barbershop. His manicure girl ; was very beautiful and he suggested dinner and a show that evening. "I don't think I ought to," said the girl demurely. "I'm married." ''Ask your husband," suggested the playboy. "I'm sure he wouldn't mind." .,%. "Ask him yourself," said iKo girl; "He's shaving you/ Over 1,200, or approximately 70%, of Algona's homes are using Natural Gas. This is no 'surprise, for there. is no other fuel knewn that can do so much for. so little coat.' If you haven't joined "the ranks of happy "GAS" home own- urs, stop at you local gas company, (ho Norih Central Public Service Co. in Algona, arid let them show you why natural gas is THE ,fuel Cor you. A young couple, on Hearing of the arrival if a friend's fourth child, sent a play-pen as a gift. The "thank you note" left them somewhat astonished. "Thank you so much for the pen," it said. "It is a perfect godsend. I sit in it every weekend and read, and, ffie children can't get near me." 1 -K * * , *, 1 When a politician iriqulred about public sentiment in'a rural community, one of tb<* natives replied: -"Still goin' strong . . . there were 16 cars parked, in "/my lane last night." \ •- Over one hundred years ago the first* gas range, was buill and used in the United Stales. The burner consisted of an iron ring filled with sand and placed over a.wire screen. Gas was fed through the screen igniting on top of the said. Today's beautifully designed sturdily made automatic gas range is ceriainly'^a far cry from this. The Universal Gas Range, for inst-. ance, is a marvel not only in \ beauty, but in cooking pe«-^: f ection wiih less work, too. ' See »hem on display .a* your tral Public Service Co,, in Ai- ' gona. •' ' , >' ^ the,'ohi«f 'constable o(W sinall town was also the -veterinary jur- geon. One night the telephone rang and his wife answered, £'> "Is 'Mr Thomas* th'ere?" an agitated vdice. . ; < : r & "Do you want thjf hujftanx a veterinarian' of as- ~ CAROLYN WALTER DOLORES LILIANE MONTEVECCHI » 1 ,PAUISPAB! ,.,; as. pl open „ -.... burglai f .in UI" A cherpi§|r ed his clas* wh'«t $li ered the most;

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