The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 26, 1959 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1959
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"*****'"* *-"~ , woman's Club, Burl, Donates Jhe Bart Woman's dub been 111 and a putttart In fte falo Mrs I*Mft Rifeb Koss\»th County T,B. Unfeeling at the Algeria HoteL • * i Several froni Burt aitencUtf th*> 0. R S. School Of in*t*«!«<Sft t« Swea City. They Andrews, Ruth Alice Patterson arid Edith Trunkhill. • The Corwith. Mary J, Trunnelle i* 1 *^ « v aue nome or Mrs G. McMuilen with Mts Dale U wood and Mrs Carl Reynolds _. sisting hbstesses. Some 21 women to the Fidelis attended, ' A > • afternoon the S Program was as foilbwS} Fed- !K^ s ,? s . SISt i n eration News by Lillian. Fredef* tha.Wallace ha icksortj Poem, "The Dotitdr'fi Story" by Will M. Carleton, was read by Helen Smith ih the absence of Beth Miller; Book," Dr. Kate on Snowshoes", by Adele Comandini, was reviewed' by Erma Pratt;., County .Chairman, 'Mrs R. H. Thompson, anndunced the annual County Federation of Womattf s Club, meeting to be held in Titonka, Saturday. April 4th. The Burt Club Will have charge of the program. At Mon* days evening meeting this Club voted to buy a -bookcase divider for the new Library, now being finished in the Town Hall. Due to lack of funds for furnishing said Library, any gift of money or hew furnishings will be appreciated. Donations' 1 from small groups or individuals will help, O. E. S. School • The O. E. S. School of Instruction will be held in the Burt Hall Tuesday March 10th. -Mrs Luella Hanses of Britt will be instructor. A light luncheon will be served at 11:30'A.M. for the officers, andi a coveted 'dish meal served at 6:30, for all members and visitors. Dr. M. A. Ukena and son Tommy of Ames visited recently with the Doctor's mother, Mrs Ida Uk- t ena, at Wilfair,Rest Haven. Mrs Edna Smith began working at x Wilfair last week. ' Mr and Mrs George Hawcott 'spent a day in Rochester where they visited their gra'ddaughter ^ Sheila, who 1 is a patient at St. \ Marys Hospital. \ Mrs O. A. Campney, who un- 'derwent surgery in the University Hospital, is improving and is now at home. •;. Fred Lavrenz went to Iowa City • where he entered the University Hospital for observation and treatment. Mrs Lavrenz and Richard took him downy but returned. Mrs Lavrenz went,back last week for «. check-up on her eyes. Mr and Mrs Fred Davis wenj to Rochester where Mr Davis had • more eye examination. Mrs Lawrence Doege spent few days recently with.the Vern . .. Latice fUet>hoi£ was hostess to the Fortnightly Club at her home Friday, the 20th. Mrs John Geesm&h wad hostess to the Fidelis group, Wednesday th, .Minerva Cur- hostess and Ber- llafce had the prolfanv Sewing Circle fnet Ftifia; afternoon .this week with Mrs C. B. ^ Birthday .Circle scheduled for Feb. 12, was postponed until a future date. Time will be given later. ,-•'*. WESLEY NEWS Mrs Mabel fiuckhart of Mar- shalltoWn spent several days last week with her niece, Mrs Char- Its Price and family; • The * Corwith,* Wesley Musld Mothers will sponsor a Taienl contest March 31. There Will be two groups, 12 years and under and 13 years arid over, .Cash prizes will be given. . Talent may, contact Mrs .Oral McCullough Of Wedding Anniversaries At Highlite Week _ WhUremOM — Mr and Mrs Niels Reding one of Whittemore's most BrothlneYit couples celebrated th6if fortieth wedding anniver- Saturday February 21, at Bin. in St.'Michael's Academy hall with relatives and friends invited. This happy, event was. started Rafdals in Titonka. Mr Rafdal had spent thtf weekend at the parental Ted Tfunnelle 'home. She is a freshman student at Mercy hospital school of nursing in Des Moiries, Mrs Duane Vaudt of Forest City came Saturday to the* parental, Harold Price hdme from Mason City where she -had gall bladder surgery. Their'six week old dau 1 ghter, Debra Kay, is at the Price home,, also. '• < Mary j Cruise .of Mason City spent ithe weekend at heir parental Vincent 'Cruise home.* The Gold and, Blue banquet for the Boy Scouts will be held in the Legion-hall. • 'Carol Albee'-returned Tuesday from Jefferson where she had spent -a week with her mother and ; brother, Mrs Florence Albee arid Junior. Lenten devotions will be held in St. Joseph's' Catholic church Sunday evenings at 7:30, Wednesday mornings after the, 8:15 mass and stations of the cross Friday afternoons at 3. ' ' * Mr and Mrs Orville. Srhith are spending a month with relatives in Phoenix, Arizona. Thw happy.event was, started With a high Mass attended by Mr and Mrs Nick Reding and their irttmeHiate f&milyY and .M* and Mrs John Reding and Mr and ">$ Andrew Reding. Mrs John ..feding, a sister of Mrs Nick Reding, and Andrew Reding, brother of Nick Reding, we?e the attend- ts at the wedding 40 years ago. .,-rs Nick Reding was the former Anna Wagner of St. Joe. Following the Mass a breakfast was served in the Academy hall. Mr and Mrs Reding were both bdrri at St. Joe, attended the parish school there, and grew up on farms,in that vicinity. They were married Feb. 18, 1919, in St Joe Catholic church. Immediately af<- t|r their marriage they moved to their farm three miles southeast of Whittemore, where they still reside, , < They are the parents of three children; Cletus of phoenix, Ariz., Robert Reding of Whittemore, and Mrs William Raker of Watered. They also have 13 grandchildren. This community extends leartiest congratulations to Mr and Mrs Reding. Silver Anniversary ' Mr and Mrs Dau celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary .ast week Sunday, February 15, n the Lutheran* church parlor with about 80 guests .present. Mr and Mrs Dau were ,mamed Feb. 12, in Peace Lutheran church in West Bend. , , They immediately settled on the farm just south of Whittemore. They are .the parents of two sons Duane of 'Algona and Lee at, home, and one daughter, Shirley of Des Moines. Mrs Herbert Zumach, read the autobiography of the Dau's 25 years of married life,, and Rev. D. E. Weis of West Bend gave a short address. This was followed , Quality has everything in its favor including [the' price. and Mrs George Wichtendahl gathered at their home Wed. evening to commemorate 'the thirty-seventh wedding anniversary of their parents. Present were, Mr and Mrs.Gordon Jensen and family, M* Ind Mrs Bernard Wichtendahl, Mr and Mrs Hank Wichtendahl, Herman Wichtendahl, of here. Mrs Lyle Ajhd- ersen and'son Mark, Mfe.and Mrs Harlan Wichtendahl and t sons Selma, Emogene, and Sharon Wichtendahl of Algona, Cards were played and a lunch was served the later part of the evening. Mr and Mrs Wichtendahl were presented with a gift. Wed 58 Years "~ , Mr and Mrs Peter J, Fuchsan had as dinner-guests'last'. Week Sunday in honor of their fifty* eighth Wedding anniversary, Present were their immediate famil' les. Mr and Mrs Ted .Fuchsett of Algona, Mr & Mrs M. A. McLoed and Connie Erickson and family of Sioux City, Mr and Mrs William McCauiey of Mason City, and Mr and Mrs Lester Fuchsen and family of here. 'Farm Change* Mr and Mrs Robert Degan arid- family, vacated the Sam Montag farm northwest of Whittemore & moved to a farm northeast of Al» f ona,v Tuesday morning. Harry algeman and family moved the same afternoon to the Montag farm, and vocated the-.,former Emil Erdman farm t now* owned by Herbert Balgemaruv of West Bend. I former St. Benedict residents, while the bridegroom i* a son of Mr and Mrs George Dorweiler of LuVerne. Rev. Leo Marpeneau officiated at the double " rin Maid of honor was I eeremony. orothy Bifl- LuVerneMan Weds Former St. Benedict Girl Uarlen Billme'w became the bride of Joseph Dorweiler In a ceremony Saturday morning, Jon* nary 31 in Sacred Henri Catholic church nt Templeton. The bride is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Otto Blllmeier of Breda, pointo d' atgentan lace fashioned book, Mrs Jerome Dentlinger cut years in Williamsburg. meier, sister of ihe bride and bridesmaids were Helen and Betty Dorweiler, sisters of the bridegroom. Flower girl was Cathy Dorweiler. Raymond Dofweiler served his brother na best man. Groomsmen were Raymond, Billmeicr and Lnvcrn Meier, Manning. Ushers were Duane Irlmeier and David Youngwirth. Tho bride wore a gown of mursaay/f ran. *«*f IT»T «igwnw \IM<; wppvi vv» main* with ft Queen Anne eollgr atid basque bodice embtoWerat with tiny paillets of irfldescetttS, The nil lace skirt was Worn eve* nea* vy satin and was bouffant atyle and floor-length. Ilef veil 6f French Illusion was held in plnco by n circle of lfrfdeseent& nnd pearls. Her flowers were 6 cascade arrangement of pink Sim cnrnntions with shiny fdliage and white knotted showers. A wedding dinner was served fit noon in the parish hall with a reception following from two to five in the afternoon. Carol Fnnemnh kept the guest ihe cdlke afid the gifts wet ihafjje Of Dorothy Billrfte56r v , Helen aiid BtfU£DoirW*ffier; C hostesses were Jattfi Vaski, 3 vasfce, Joy<»& Hutchinson <: 1 Fangmati, Linda Roth, KU Reisiftg and Betty Ragirtef. The bride attended Ss Heart College at Templeton the bridegroom is a gfadtia the LuVefne high school, are at home at St. Benedict. C. C, Games of Williamsbt rounding out his career years with the Milwaukee road. He has spent the pa by playing 500, Lester.Baas, and Mrs Edward' Zinnell won high, Herbert Zumach, ' and v Lucinda Mogler) low, Mrs Louis Zinnell Won:the travel prize; , '' •' ! Refreshments were served following the card games! Mrs Louis Qreinert and Mrs Rueben Butzke poured.: Mrs Duane .Dau and Miss Shirley Dau served the cake. Wed 37 Years ^ • The immediate, families of Mr Rqy Banwarts Complete Closing-Out Farm "'!; * -M {.! siclaiofc/r • '>*' ;•"',> ;;. , * ,•• • • • As I have sold my farm/I will Sell the following a.1 public auction'on my farm located 2 miles east on black lop E, and Vz south of West 'Bend, on ' ' / . . . , . '•' M" ^ t C t Thursday, Match 5th v m , • :. •• • - r, • 1:00 P.M. 1950 Studebaket Pick up. % ion with slock & gnin rack. 1949 J.D., A Tractor. 1952 Ford 8N Tractor 10 ft JD Traclor Disc. 20 ft. J.D. 4 section drag. Nearly new Case Rolary Hoe. J.D. 2 bottom 16 in. power irol plow. J.D. Hydraulic power Irol. 9-ft. .Field liller. J.D. Endgale seeder. J.D'. Traclor livalor, quick ladh. J.D. 2 row Corn- Planter. I.H.C. 2 row pull type Corn Picker. Easy flow Fertilize*: spreader. I.H.C. 62 Combine and Pickup attachment. 7 fl. Massey Harris Tractor mower. J.D. Side rake on rubber. Dump rake. Wide, type 40ft. Kewanee elevator and J.D. Hoist. .Oliver Manure loader for Ford Tractor. I.H.C. Manure Spreader 1 yr. old.'I.H.C. 14-in, Power lake off Hammer mill, mounl ed on 2 wheel trailer with cutter head and traveling feed lable. Machinery hoist. Farm hand hay stacker and loader. 4 wheel Trailer on rubber. J.D. Steel wheel wagon. 2 Wagon boxes. 2 whed Irailer. Circle wood saw. McCullough chain saw new, used 20 hours. 1000 Ib. Platform scales. Powe lake off weed sprayer. Tox-o-wick sleer scratch er. Cob Tank Healer. Rotary lawn, mower, 20-m Gas Barrel 300 gal. wilh hose attached. 2 Feed Bunks. 6 Rolary Hog feeders. Walk-in Hog feeder. 16 hole Hudson Hog feeder. Tools, 40-ft. Ex; ladder, etc. , 1,100 LAYING HENS — 600 Dekalb 101's -7 500 Ames In-Crofs 400 series. POULTRY SUPPLIES — Brooder House 12X12,^ Brooder House 10X161,30 Assorted Chicken feeders. 6 Automatic Chicken waterers. 4, 10 gal. Chicken waters. Gas brooder Stove 500 »is*, 3 Heal Lamp Brooders. Chick feeders and walerers, Egg-O-Matic Dry, Egg Cleaner,' 1,000 cap. 12 Case Egg Cooler. HAY and, STRAW — Baled and LOOM Hay. 600 Bales STRAW. Some Household Goods — 18 co, ft. Amana upright Deepfr^wr. 2 Metal Beds with matresses, Upright Piano. Dresser with mirror. Desk with »lM«, X OU burning heating stove*, t QASH orWk,e arrangement* with yPW bank. Not responsible for Accidents Yung«bW& Qulnn, Jpwa Owner lank, West Bend, Clerk Milton Espe entered Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, Monday, where 1 he underwent surgery for a hernia .Tuesday. Last reports he was getting along nicely and on the road of recovery. Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith accompanied by Mrs Donald Cole of here, and the formers mother Mrs Ross Vaux of West Bend, drove to Aurelia, Wednesday, where they visited with Mrs Elsie Barkley, mother of Mrs Vaux, and grandmother of the former two women/Mrs Barkley'suffered a slight stroke Sunday''evening. Mr and Mrs Carl Johnson took their son Paul, to Estherville Wednesday from where he left for Omaha, for, his physical examination. He plans to .enter the air force. '• John M. Farrell left Monday for'Iowa'City for a checkup in the University hospital. A son was born to 'Mr and Mrs William Degan Saturday Feb. 14, in St. Ann's hospital in Algona. They now have two boys. Mrs George Maahs entertained the South-Side^ 500 club at her home Monday evening. Mrs Harry ^Schmeling winning high, Mrs An: na Baas low. and Mrs Peter Kollasch, travel. * The Setting Hens 500 club met Monday evening at the home of Mrs Wayne (Teddy) Wagner. With Mrs Orville Barber as co-hostess, ; Mrs William' Bleuer won high; VIrs Fred Ruhnke second high; and Mrs Denhin Wehrspan travel. The C.D.A. of Ct; Michael's parish met Sunday' evening in he Academy hall, Robert Walker, and Mrs James Dahlhauser winning higH, Nick Hock,. and Mrs Tames Butler .low. In Pinochle jawrence JCirsch, and Mrs Henry Mueller, high; Edward Besch and Mrs Lucy Besch ,low, Simon Weber won the travel prize. Mr and Mrs George Winkel entertained the Scatter Club a a 7 o'clock dinner Tuesday nigh at their home, after which 50C was played. Robert walker, anc Mrs James B. Geelan won high arl Johnson, and Mrs Lawrenc Kirsch low. Mrs Herman Kollasch travel., Mr and Mrs Marion'Hyink en tertained their Pinochle club a their home Monday evening. Wil Ham Fandel Sr., a,nd Mrs Leo Walters' winning high, Leo Walters, and Mrs William Fandel. Sr., second high, Fred Kollasch, and Mrs Frank Foley low, and travel went;to Mrs Fred Kollasch. : Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, and Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and daughter .visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck Friday evening. • Mr and ,Mrs Conrad Higgins had as dinner guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Vernon Higgins and son Steve, and George Winters of Algona, 'and Mr and' Mrs Robert Higgins and sons Mike and Danny. In honor of Mr Winter's 87th birthday. Mr Winter is the father of Mrs Higgins. Honors To 21 Musicians From Ledyard School . *.'•".••'• •• ".' . ;•' . > Ledyard «- Vernon Anderson, local band and music Instructor took 21 entries to 4he Invitational Grade School Music Festival at Mason City, sponsored by the North Central Iowa Band Masters Association, and of 21 entries, 12 received Superior ratings and 9 received excellent ratings. Those receiving Superior Ratings were: Bonnie Hurlburt, Diane Waternouse, Linda Nitz, Nancy He'rzog, Sherry Klinksiek, Linda , Pingle, Deanna Brarjdt, Mar* cia Smith, Vjqkj Thiiges, Dale Brandt, Susan Rhoda, Denna Brandt, Ann'Carpenter,'Linda Nitz, and Diane Waterhouse, Receiving Excellent ratings were: Billy Menke, Martin Lloyd, GaiJ Bauman, Monica Munyer, Ann Carpenter, Roger Green, Caroline Pusch, Deanna Richter, Jane EgesdaU Roger Green, Nancy Herzog and Sherry Klinksiek. The accqmpanists were. Mrs Orville Brandt, Betty Herzog and Sylvia Wilhelmi. 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