The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 5, 1959 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 5, 1959
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/ • ! j •^l*» (10.) Upptr tfet Mol.iw Thur$day, Feb. & t 1959 Mrs Harold Sabin gave a 1:16 Wedhesday, Jan. er Tfiilges' who Jg tnoving 46 Huntingtort Beach, Cal. Others ift;&ttendaHce were Mrsi , Gary McDopald, Mrs Merlin * Meelhaus, Mrs -Qefarge McVay, r- Mrs Albget Pefgande, Mrs Harry . Sabiri and Mrs Ronald SabJn, Tht> ^ Hbnoree was presented with a bill * fold. Unable to be present wore A Mrs Casey Loss, Mrs Claude ,\ Ruatk ' artd Mrs James Whalen. %; -5 Mr and Mrs Willmer Thilges J; : .^ere also given a farewell party *. Friday evening sponsored by the *i Friendly Club and held at the * Moosi Hall. About 50 persons In attendance. Girl Scout Activities -i Girl Scouts troop 23 met Mon: aay at the Geneva House and -Sharon Suftdet Was hostess. Of- ;.ficers of the troop are Sherrie , "Nelson, president, Sharon Sundet, Vice president, Roberta Thompson, treasurer, Jacqueline Lhn- baugh, Scribe, Cynthia Long, , Secretary. One of the projects was • a tour, of the telephone office. Another recent project was a train trip to Emmetsburg, accompanied by their leaders, Mrs Walter BOeckholt and Mrs "R. C, Porter. Plum Creek Woman's Club The Plum Creek Women's club "met Jan. 14* at the home of Mrs Sadie Hopkins. Assisting hostess was Mrs Lela Gardner. Topic foX the meeting wqs "Take Time To Read." There were three guests. The book, review "Preacher's Kids.", was given by Mrs Millie Slagle. A social hour followed. The next meeting will be held at the home of Elsie Willrett on -Feb. 11. John Phil Richtefs, Mrs J. Richter Sr., Mrs Justine Becker A and Marjory, AlvW SecKfif, and Richters. 600 honored couplS •serving pkyetl, THe werfe glVen B Steven Studer Was brought home 1 Monday fronl the Built hospital where he had been a pat- ieftt two weeks. had falien Fenlon Family Dinner -•--» A family dinner was helB? Sunday at Fenton by Mrs Clara Fauerby for her grandson, Jim Jorgenson,'son of jMr and Mrs Don Jorgensoh," whose ninth birthday was being Observed. . Others present were Mr and Mrs George Jorgenson, Mr and Mrs J. M '•'Jorgenson of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Don Jorgenson and the respective families. Sorority Meets •Alpha Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met at the home of Joan Diamond; Tuesday evening. A. business meeting was held and ' - plans' were completed fe!r Wne • Mardi Gras Dance to be held at the VFW Saturday, Feb. 7. Jan Anderson and Norma Marshall gave a-;lesson .on "People." V -.The .next meeting will be Feb. 17 at the home of Dorothy Ziegler. To AiiendsWedding . Mr and Mrs Glenn Burtis are going to Estherville to attend the wedding Saturday, Feb. 7, of Jack Davis, brother of Mrs Burtis, and Mary Ann Bartlett, 1 daughter o£ ' Mr and Mrs Fred Bartlett of Estherville, in the Trinity Lutheran church. The couple will live in Estherville where Mr Davis is employed. Birthday .Theatre Party Mrs> 'Eugene Muller gave a . 'theatre, party Friday evening in celebration of the tenth birthday ,- of her son Richard. Guests were Frank Es'ser, Dennis Georg, Allen J Higley, Pat and Don Courtney, Dan' Owens, John Shillington, Tom' Wagner and the honoree's . brother, John. Refreshments were -• served at- the home following the entertainment. Auxiliary Valftnlino Tea Members of St. Ann Auxiliary will hdld a 1 Valentine Tea at IhS hospital here Feb. 10 at $ P.M. Miss Cole of St. Joseph's hospital, Fdrt Dodgi, will be guest speaker. Btidg* Club Hosiers Mrs Twyllah Bartholomew was hostess to her bridge club mem* befs Wednesday afternoon. Girl At Wesley Has 9 Years Without Miss Wesley — Gold pins and bars were awarded to 18 members of the Methodist Sunday school, Feb. 1. These pins are awards for perfect attendance during 1958. Joyce Paulson received her 9th consecutive award. Others who were awarded were David, Betty and Patty Wielattd; Barbara Penning, Joan Ward,, K a t hi y Bruns, Rickie Kraus, Linda ahd Kalhy Detmering f Sandra, Cheryl and Barbara'Jones, Don Price, Janet' Ostercamp,, Gtqnda'-Gab- rlelson, Ruth Wise and-.Mavis Nygaard. ' •", Brother Dies < 'John and Lou Lickteig received word Saturday evening of'the death • Of ,their brOthef, - Father Dion Lickteig of Akron,. Ohio.' He died.eiiroute^o the Hospi^aTfrom a heart attack. Relatives" planned to attend funeral"- services Feb. 4. i , BabV The .baby girl born Jan?'25 ,to Mr and Mrs Alvin Becker was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by'Father Btick- holz and'hamed Donna Jean. Bob Becker and Mrs James Pavelka were sponsors. • '/'•"•>' ' ' . on th^ ice and bfokfe both bones in his leg above his ankle. Mr and Mrs Urban Licktuig were guests in tRe Leb Fuller hotrte at Albert I.CEJ Sunday. They were sponsors at the baptism of Terry L66 Fuller* , . , _ Mf atid Mrs Henfy Hefty and faniily of LuVerne were Sunday guests in the Ralph Sdiipult Home. The second public card parly was held Sunday evening in thu Legion hall. 500 was played at 12 tables. Mrs Dale Dornbier and Ralph Schipull won high score prizes and Bill Goetz won low score prize. Mr and Mrs George Goelz, Mr and Mrs George Ricke and Mr and Mrs Lou RiCke attended the funeral of an uncle, Clem Ricke, 85, at Williams Saturday, The annual Farmer's Co-Op Creamery meeting will be held in the public school auditorium, Feb. 14, Members of the Wesley Homemakers club honored Mrs Theron Hanson arid Mrs Frank Johnson at a surprise farewell parly Monday afternoon at the J. P. Huupt- man home. Mrs Ray. Hansen, Mr and Mrs Leo Fuller of Allm &t\ btSJjI&fc ¥§L._ Born Jan. 26. flf* Fuller M rwer Ruth Mftem The first fti'lt ftfeHe&oi 41 study classes niet iri the Metho* dist church, Feb. 1, AS o'clock pot luck sttptter w~al followed by a missions study of-Alaska" under supervision of the Mesdarttes Don Kraus and "' Richard Mstfsen. These meetings each Sunday eve* nihg in February are opened to everyone interested. • - r Mr and Mri AugtuJt G8#h1«fSr recently bought the late Ed H§Uplma"n estate fsrtti of 43 W and buildings solitn'df Wesle?. Mrs Will Cosgrove entered the hospital at Atgdna. Thursday ft* medical cafe. Maynard Swansofi spent th% January 25 Weekend in Minnea* polis with the Ralph Lundberg family. ,Louise and Daniel Skbw and other Kossuth. County 4-H lead-, ers attended winter camp near* Madrid Jan. 3D to Feb. i. John Muehe has converted his barn into a hay storage ,build- years, but of recent time had been working jh^UtttS|&li$. j Fttnerat serVrctFEWcNL field in Lake Milk, Monday afternoon. t he was preceded M Sssth b* er parents aM, afte brother. A sister, Mrs Olof Olson, (Esther) survives. M* 8 Olson is of Lake Mills, Burt fffgndS went to" ** cemetery' here. i Honof Officer! The installation and tion service meeting.was held,re-> . cently for fiewly dieted Of the Surt PreSbfteriaft Trustees are Leonard Stenzfi Stanley Lafsott and Roland, ' fee; two* ^eW iisheH-— Ha^bld Minnie .and gudsta. Mf -and will . move into Wesley. ' ' Nell Fnmml were Mrs Johnsdn the house in proud and', Mrs Don Hanig are parents Of their first child, jean Kay. Worn Feb. 1 in the Britt hospital.' The little miss is t the first grandchild" for the -Leo Hanigs.' The new mother is the fprhidr -Joy Curran. Mr and Mrs George Ricke and Mr and-Mrs Lee Ricke of Morgan, .Mihn. left. Sunday on a Vficatitin trip to Florida. • , Sunday, guests in the John Paulson home were Mr and Mrs Verhon ''Nelson and Gary, Mrs Nora Gordon from Britt; Mr and Mrs C.'lt. Smith ofJCanawha £tnd Mr ^hd, Mrs W. 0. Duhla'p of Algonav" Surprise Parly , • '' ,'' A neighborhob'd surprise- farewell party was held Thursday evening for th'e-.John Paulsons, who-are moving March',1 to the Theron" Han'sen farm'wh}ch they have .purchased. ' v ' -' The self-invited guests"' were the.Ray Hansens, Henry. Haver- lys, Ai. N. Richtsmeiers, Elmer Dgjighans, 1 Herman Bodes',*-Vic- toTTboebigs, 0/ville Smiths,'Merle Ralmusser»s;; "Kenneth Haverlys, 'Mr and'Mrs.Dale Dornbier entertained their ,500 club Thursday e'veningr Mrs » Dennis Haverly •and • Jack Vitzthum Won high score prizes' ahd Mr and Mts Larry Grandgehetl won the,low .score-prizes. The club members iWill meet "with , the Duane SIU-- ders F.eb. 15. The American 'Legion , Auxiliary wjll meet Thursday evening, Feb. 5. /,. The Corwith - Wesley basketball boys defeated LuVerne Friday evening 54-42. , The girls downed LuVerne 71-60. Mrs Duane Vaudt was a patient in the/ Forest City hospital lately • for 'medical care. She is the former Joan Price~,n. daughter of,Mr and Mrs .Harold;Price. ing and is building two additions to the east and west sides for cattle barns. '<, Mrs Donelle Devereaux and two children, Diane and Jackie and the former's mother,, Mrs. Olive Erdman were Jan. 30 guests in the Clarence Robinson hdUse in Corwith. The dinner honored Jackie's birthday. Diane and Jackie remained for *. a' Weekend visit with their grandparents. T ,, Frank Fox, Mr and Mrs Franklin Fox, Donna and Delores and Mrs Mark Stu'der drove to Zalma, Mo. Jan. 25 artd On the 26th they attended- the funeral of Frank Fox' brother-in-law, Ben Stilts, 71, The Everett Ackersons and Gayle -Studers spent Friday eve- rting With 1 their mother, Mrs Viola Studer, who had a birthday. . .,,.,.', Kay Hilbert, daughter of Mr and Mrs Herbert Hilbert, left Sunday .by train from Perry for Los Angeles to spend several weeks with her sister, Mrs Ben .Faurot and family. . MelVin Perkins of Bloomington, 111. visited his brother-in- law and sister,' Mr and 'Mrs Julius Matz Friday., Becker, Richard Thompson, Larry Holdm'g, Ralph darTseti, Betl Baldwin and Jack Gettmin; iish' one year term ci^t vi-ic y ecu H=A iii a, Keith, Qbodwin fiergrud, Gifford, Harris Harms, Jack Trunkhill, Orville Peterson and Andrew HarrrtS"; dhurch treasurer — Donald Ringsdorf; Mission education committee — Mrs Donald Ringsdorf, Mrs Nels Nelson 'and Mrs Duane Mawdsley; Music [committee — Ruth Hodgson and Erria Baars. Newly elected elders are Delmar Angus and Nels Nel* _ _r fr "fi .-— Efie« Ei"toierj spent „„ at the Earl Rudniek hdlne Cyliflder. * /Gerald. Riedei/ .toiubf *Mf Mrs.Louis RJedeU.wioll " , - Bid Burial Ex Burl — Graveside rites were, held at the Burt-Township Cenv-f etery Monday afternoon for Miss' Aleeda Tobin, >who passed away in Minneapolis last' week. Miss Tobin was the youngest da,ughteft of the Henry Tobins and grad| •uated jfrom the 'Burt -high'SchoqS with the class of 192^'*ghe was? employed in Chicago, 'f or' several] Getting Eye Treatment Jack-Nauman, has entered University, hospital, Iowa dity, for observation and treatment of his eyes. Fortnightly Club ' Fortnightly Club. is scheduled to mfee't Friday, Feb.'8 with Mrs Carl Reynolds. Mrs Ben Bahling is the recently elected president of this group. There are some 14 members of. Fortnightly Club which was .started' at least 30 years ago. T-h^ree; of the present members live in other, towns, yet plan to attend all meetings and 'entertain Ip' their,'turn. • The'A. & B.-'Club enjoyed ,' a one o'clock 'dinner- recently in Algoha. Hostesses 'were Lefi^' McMiillen, .Elsie Lockwood "and Clarai.Reynolds who have, Jan^ uary birthdays. , The rest of the* afternoon was spent at the Rey' nolds .ihome where gifts w^r( opened 'and ''Coffee was served; '. Mrs Ben VBahling , entertained 1 the Tuesday. Bridge Club at her. home last --week. Othfer guests Avere'Bessie Perry, Algona, Esther Williams and Florence'Schichtl.,- Mr and.' Mrs. Dale Lockwobd spent Sunday in Rochester with' the Wallace Hawcotts.- ' s Sunday evening callers at the David' D. Miller ..home were Mr- and Mrs Victor Rdchleau' aijd' family and Mr and Mrs Wfri Leek of the Algona 'area. Mrs O. A. Campney, who had been in Iowa City,' spent the weekend at home; but returned this week for further. observation at the University hospital.' Mr Campney is there also. Mrs Ella'Sigsbee with Hdward Sigsbee were Sunday visit'ors .at thekSeib Behrends home in Hum^ boldt. Mrs Behrends is a daughter *of- Mrs Sigsbee. 'J' 'S DOLLAR DAYS AT.... SPEND YOUR FRONT PAGE NICKELS WITH US FRIDAY & SATURDAY ! • Birthday Honors 1 , The birthday of Antoinette , Bonnstetter was 'observed, at her , home, Monday, eyehirig by Mona 'Bohriackerj >' Beul'ah H R}c,hardspn, •Helen 'Odgaard and Katherine Hoehck.' 1 " ,.T.h'e' ( guests brought . re'fres'hinehts a^nd presented the honoree,with a-gift. Couples'Card Club , , The ^Couples Card Club' will '•meet Saturday evening with Mr '^ and Mr§j..fiobert- Bicjcert. 6 PACK WITH YOUR UDM NICKEL ^ REGULAR $1.98 LADIES BLOUSES lor $3. Bread HAS ... ^>-w/^ ^** laa^. Added to -^TTI™™' •" " The Shoriening '' *i .•' ^* \ i^,. DECORATED SERVING BOWLS 3 lor $L KIDDIES' BOXER "STYLE CORDUROY LONGIES SIZES 3-6X BRACK'S CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRIES BED SPREADS , thenille — Full Size in Pastel Colors. SIUCONE BOARD AND COVER SET LARGE BATH TOWELS EXTRA HEAVY LAMP SHADES 12" - 14" - 16" - 19" YOUR UPM NICKiyS j|00P ON ANY PURCHASI FRIDAY & yfrj[%it£ijg$2 fa $ m ^__^ i <*_2_^±»*^^ iLi_Lim_!_r» •- * •- - - • , lot ' tht ML* this ibertsdh, Darken, « Hafts aftd Mrs 'flofifi Sartiett is flow at Wil taif 4 Resi Haven, He, is from the tatenka neighborhood. folio-wing nith su|S>e1? al the M6 attdMr and Mi ,- Mittn., wit 2el sMl VH * . ,j , — , I am most happy fo announce af this time that I have purchased the business of Gene Faulstich in the firm GENE'S RADIO AND;TV> in Algoha. I have taken over this business effective Feb. 1 antj;am located in the same quarters at 112 N. Moore street. -'' •» •'' 4'' •'•''•' •• • ' ' • - . ' :'•'> '•'•' '.'.•• 'I I will continue to sell and service RCA radio and television sets. Associated Wifh trie In the new firm will be my former repairman Ed Rich and Dan Davis, Who WaS formerly associated with Mr. Paul- s'Hch as a repairman. . . • . I would like tb,invl|e my many old custmers to visit me ih n ;my hjaw •location and alio to promise I'll continue to offer the same fine service and sales of ,RCA television that Mr. Faulsfich has given in the past. I a.m Sure I'll warrant'your continued'patronage. , t to Our Many Friends Because of JlitH,reasons, I have sold, my television business to Tom Rich, whom many of you already know, All/warranties on television At {his fljffy l^yld'lik* to ofJer my sincere thanks for your fine patronagu Curing the, past six years that I have been in the television business in AJgona, It has been a pleasure serving the fine people of Kossnth County, „ , hl FORMER

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