The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1959 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1959
Page 12
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v^* v> ; /'^ ', "S ; , Y"*-;£ ' * ' " ' ' iftM Th«rttJoy, Martft Rock Inspects New Kitchen tone Rock — The U. f>. W, met Thursday dt the Presbyterian church f>arlorS with 33 members &nd two, guests present Devotions by 'Mrs Ernest Jensen and tite lesson "A new Day In Missions" was given by Mrs Delmar i fisher with Mrs Clair Bellinger, \ Mrs Roy Jensen, Mrs Milton Mad- ' ison, Florence schrader and Mrs j Bud Miller helping with the pro- 1 gram. The new kitchen equip- , tnent was shown. f Hostesses were Mesdames Ral- 1 ibh Hammerstrom, Clarence Kraft, ' Edward Blanchard, Emma Hurlburt, All Krueger and Angus Cotton. The circles will meet this Thursday — Florence — with Esther Jensen, Marion Knoll; Lesson by Bernice Jensen. Emma with Grace Fisher and Emma fiaxton, Lesson by Emma Hurl- burl; Joe Ella at Marjorie Per*son with Neva Thompson assisting and the lesson by Eliza Rath. Mrs George. Long accompanied her parents,' Mr >«nd Mrs ,Clar* ence Ackerson .of Wesley to Waterloo, Thursday, . to ' v attend the funeral of George Ackerson -Friday. The two men wefe brothers. Saturday they attended the. Matt Nemttiers funeral > He • died "suddenly from a toeatt attack. He was a brother 1 ^ Mrs Clarence Ackerson. ' • , * Mrs Bel»!£.<i tfewbrough, Mrs Esther PM8, Mrs Martha Petersen, Mrs*; Mary Lou Marlow and Mrs ftfoe ' Quinn were birthday casters at the home of Mrs Barlene Rulledge Wednesday afternoon, Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Mrs Emma Hurlfcurt went to Estherville hospital Friday p.m., to call on Mrs , Kenneth Fisher, Mrs Mary Rleke and Bonnie Polratz. Mr artd Mrs LeRoy Schrader, Mr and*KV* 'Lary Farmer of Algona and Mrs Florence Schf ad* er wete SOriday afternoon callers in the Elaine Saxton home. Mr and Mrs Merwyn Hurlburt and family moved on Monday and Tuesday to the farm that they recently purchased from Mr and Mrs Fred Dransfeldt, Mr aria Mrs Merwin Marlow entertained at a 500 card party Saturday nJjJtt with Mrs Leo Ramus and Dick O'Dbnnell winning high, Mrs Jack Quinn and Dave Weber winning low, Mr and Mrs Melvin Meyer and Bryan or , Algona were Saturday callers at the Alf Krueger home. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegner attended -a/.farewell party at the Legion Hall in Algona fof Shirley Schultss ahd Wally Messirtg. They were, formerly employed at the S & L Store, , ' Mr and Mrs Dave Lynch, Mr and .Mra Chfir Gelhaus and Carl Gelhaug «f Ledyafd, Mr and Mrs Hugh i Marlo^,»'Bu$, MrV Harriet Aller of Spirit' L^kte and Del Marlow "Were ' Friday "eve<, i<|ue'ste at .the' home" of JMha'ftd Mi* Merwin' " arw- " , Joe T Householder v^as . been spending, hfs'furldUgh- with relatives^ and frierids around Lone Rack; jgff Will Report jjaVJR-'ttf Fort Aid met e Church Silt Okl. thd Lo«s Crtefc Ladl Thursday afterhoon al parlor*, aV2 o'fldfcfcv meeting will be guest day and a bake sale. Mr and Mrs Seiner Nelson and daughters of Cylinder were sufe- per guests Sunday eve, at the Milfred Mitchell home. Mr 'and Mrs Dale Wegner en* terlalncd at a 500 card party at their home Sunday eve. High prizes going to Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and Max Stratton. Low to Mrs Or dean Kabrick aad Jack Nytnan. Travel to KfenrietTi Issa* ncson. Mr and Mrs Omle Behfends are caring for their grandchildren while their mother Mrs Liloill* Behrends Is in the hospital at Estherville. She had an appendicitis operation Thutisday morning. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fisher are the proud parents of a new son born March 11. He has been named Scott Allen and weighed 7 Ibs. 11 oz. Mrs Fisher and children are visiting at the parental Alfred Schadendorf home. Mr and Mrs Art Tietz of Lakota, Bonnie and Sharon, Blue Earth, Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman, Fenton.Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman ( Burti Dianna Simpson, Wesley and Virginia Baker of Lone Rock were all Sunday dinner and sup* per guests in the Frank Dreyer home. It was their daughter, Jan's Birthday. • Lone Rock, Lively Rockets met at', the home of Dawn Schultz, Saturday 'the 14th. Mo)He Blan- <Jhard 'attb! Janet Hammerstrom idftied the club. Talks were given by>,DaWh Skhultz and by Matdia' RttUedger.Special activities talks Werei.givpn oy LaVonhe Thompson* and 'Alexis Rutledge. 'Guests V?er6,'-Mrs Henry Looft and Mrs Mr and Mjf er, Moville/Ie, ra Dale SchroeddF-of Lone were all Suxfmf ^prasts -1ft, € Harry Schmeling home at emote and attended confirmation services at the Lutheran churahf where Craig Schmelthg ms eott^ firmed. f '" «' i * Mrs Grace Baker- attd mother, Mm H&mm, §Wi were Sunday- afternoon ctHeri the Fflnfc Tlaig hotfte. Suftd evening callers were Hiram ennaft, .Linda and Bobby 6f , Ia,» a'ftd on Thursd&y Mrs Deaft •forgeinsori of .Algotta &&£ a,,vis* itor, ', . r - e ;*,' Auxiliary Met At Newel Home * A iPenton — Mr#*Char)es .Newel was hostess to the I&gldn Auxiliary at her home Friday, March 13. t , . t . During .the business meeting r -. £verffs /, March 18 , Independence Mixers Blakjer W.M>, ^ Friday, March 20 — Fenlott TOwftBhlp Hotnemakers. ,„ '?* M6tid«Ly/M«TCfi 23 r- J i&therah W.M,F. at Depew,, Mm » i» * * A* 4 the president, Mr% appointe"d Mrs Ed Bruhn^ t(e in. charge of 'Girl State'* arrange* ments. , " Gifte* of 'money niade s by the AuJtiliary 'at this rheetlftg includ^ ed $2*tb the .. 'Hospital &t . $180 Js to ihe Mental/ Health Institute it <Gl4rlnd£i arid oj-s for ,tHe, Woodward'InstK 4 ' ^ ' '.:*i r..l 'tV^^'f.,, , -j' $2 to the,Red Cross.'. 'Also* during \\ie ' meeting, 1 * the 'ftuanbSrs made( 40 marshmaUbw,^Easter, «•—- favoj-s tQte plans', toTbja^thfeifr'aWuaf:. dale and liincHeon'3'6m Saturday^ May 23: The-Airfil .nteetirig ^Willt, be held, with;|" M * ToDesMoines 'ft.— A' groij^ ot eflJpyed^:S ^dut. this past Ttilssaay. tour, sponsored by the Farm Bu- itau, included a Selsidn 'of the Legislature, a luncheon and style show at Younkers. / . There was also a tour of the .Salisbury house. Enjoying the tour were Mesdamqs Jack Gerhart, Kenneth Johnson, Herbert Krause,, Ervln Votteler, Victor Struecker, Erviri Borchardt.PaUl Voigt, Roy Bierle, < Lloyd ^Berkf -land> Howard Kr-ause, Gerald Radig, Ed Schlei and Art^oigt- Housewarming At Meyer Home ', Fenwn '!—._,'' Mr and Mrs* Jarnes Meyer w^re heriored at a surprise ing party - -Wednesday <if'»,thisr , past week. f Friends ."of^ f the;coUple brought .luhch"v^ith.thertt%hd served it at thfe close of.lto'/e^nhig, which sp.e'ht itir,pla^in;g 600. ' tKeVh'6no 'iike .^yenittg besides 'edu£le,?Were Mr ahd and Mrs Friendly Neighbor , iiiS t ' -'%,'. . .*b. " ** < ' _^ ^ readins -p r fertteld Weather. 1 ! The lessoft waS ^ iMfl Darreli Dreyfer 'and 'MfS Itt! Priebe. 'Giames wete played ahd lunch was served. 20 free Hams Fenton — Ten , drawn for the free hams .—. " Friday Hlght at Feni6h,.and NONE of the 10 were In town j at the time. 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