The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 28
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1959
Page 28
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Lone Rock Lady Is Honored At Surprise Party Lone Rock — A surprise birthday party was held at the W. O. Dreyer home Sunday in honor of Mrs Drcyer's birthday. Guests were ( Mr and Mrs Erich Scegc- barth, Mr and Mrs Charles Geilenfeld, Algona, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Zwiefel, Swe'a City, Mr and Mrs Glen Sabin, Judy and Jane, Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Harold Luedtkc and family, LeRoy, Minn., Mr and Mrs Victor Droyer and Vicky and Mr and Mrs Lewis Seegebaiih and family. ' Mr and Mrs Bud. Klcppcr and Tommy were guests Sunday at the Floyd McCain home at Emmetsburg. Sunrise Easter services were held at the Presbyterian church at 6:30 a.m. Craig Blanchard. Gcrie Lockwood, David Web?r Dorina Knoll, Jerry Newbrough. •Susan Montgomery, Marilyn Bollinger, Jatney Jensen, Kearn Marlow and Kerinit Krucger appeared on the program. Mosdamen Lawrence Newbrough, Clair Bollinger, Roy Jensen, Alf Krucger, E. A. Lee, Fred Schullz, Don Blanchard, Allwin Lockwnod and Merwin Marlow prepared the breakfast. Mrs Kathryn Collins of Livermore spent the weekend at the home of Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow. Staff Sgt. and Mrs Gordon Wegner and family of Sioux City were guests at the Walter Thompson home Saturday night. Mr and Mrs Russol Rentz and family of Algona were Sunday callers at the liale Wegner home. Sunday guests at the home ol Mrs Emma Hurlburt were Ms and Mrs Dale Schroeder and family, Mr and Mrs Laurence Rath and John, Mrs Martha Ruth and Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Randy. Guests at the home of Mr ana Mrs Art Priebe over the weekend were Mr and Mrs Robert Chestnulwood and sons of Win- terse! and David Rave, student at Grinnell college, and Donald Rave, a student at Brookings, South Dakota. Mr and Mrs Donald Radig and family were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs Emma Radig at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Luverm 1 . Schroeder and family were guests Sunday night at the home of Mrj Kale Sehroeder a't Fenton. Mr and Mrs Roger Palmer and family of Algona spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt. Mr and Mrs Jim O'Hara and family, Burnsidc, III., were Sunday callers at the Ralph Ham- merslrom home. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson Chicks with visited at the home of Mr and Mrs S. M. Orvick at Elinore, Minn. Sunday night. Mr and Mrs Wm. Knoll entertained Win. Knoll Sr. Sunday. Mrs Alice Ditsworth and Mr and Mrs A. L. Jackman, Algona, were afternoon callers. , Mary Ann Dittmer, student al the St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, Minn, spent the weekend at her parents home. Mr and Mrs Wm. Marlow and family, Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow 'and family, Mr and Mrs Marian Marlow and family, Mrs Kathryn Collins of Livcrmore and Charotte Volk of Whittemore were Sunday afternoon callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow to help Mr Marlow celebrate his birthday. Mrs Vic Whalen of Dolliver and. Mrs Edna Stow were also guests. Mr and Mrs Luverne Schrader and family of Moville spent the weekend at the parental Henry Schroeder home. Mr and Mrs John Munch and family of Fenton were Sunday guests at ' the Milton Madison home. John Cotton and Jerry Jensen, students at Iowa State College at Ames spent the weekend at the homes of their parents. Mr and Mrs James Thill and Michael of Boone spent the weekend at the Jack Quinn home. Mr and Mrs Quinn received a telephone call Monday morning from their son Willard, who lives at Castro Valley, Cal. telling of the birth of a new daughter. Ila Bilsborough of Algona spent the worckend at the M. O. Richards home. Mr and Mrs- Ed Walsh and family of Perry were Saturday guests at the Milton Marlow iome. Sunday guests were Mrs Mary Schiltz'of Barrcroft and Mrs Anna Marlow and Harvey of Burt CHICK STARTER Contains everything baby chicks need .. . p/os...TR/THJADOt to control coccidiosis $4.35 per TOO Ibs. FENTON, IOWA Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON : 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Wash Dishes at the -FUCKof a Switch ffel/ar DISHES WASHED LIKE MAGIC . . . doesn't that sound good to you! No more hours over the dishes.,. •Cj'Jj) when you turn this tedious, time-wasting job over to Reddy Kilowatt. The biggest pile of dishes is a "snap" to Reddy. And clean! Every owner* of a Dishwasher will tell you it beats hand-washing every time for sparkling clean dishes. Saves wear and tear on dishes, too. Try it yourself. Once Reddy does your dishes, you'll wonder how you ever got along without an electric dishwasher! (Published In llio Interest ot Electric Appliance Dealert by the Iowa Electric Light and Power Cempeny) and Bernie Kramer of Algona. Mrs Milford Mitchell entertained the Hapt>y Home Makers Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Jerry Leaneaj:!; and family of Ankcny, Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and family Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and family, Mr and Mrs Gordon Hu!- chinson were Sunday guests ;it the home of Mr and Mrs BCD Schmidt. Mr and Mrs Heniv Scheppmann were afternoon callers. Ml- and Mrs Delmar Amu and Joyce of Burt and Mn George Long were Sunday cull- ers at the home of Mrs Ruth Krueger. Guests at the Dell Marlow and Mr and Mrs Bob Marlow horn-.Sunday were Mr arrd Mrs James Marlow and family, Mr and Mrs Dick Dallman and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Ray Ohrtman and family and Fred Ohrtman of Ringsled. Sunday guests at 'the home (it- Mrs Lillie' Thompson and Nova Thompson were Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson, Howard and Charles, Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and Lavonne, Mr and Mrs Willnrd Thompson and family, Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson and family of Swen City Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs James Elsbeckcr and family of Bancroft. 'Mr and Mrs J,-J. McGuire and Mary and Joe of Burt were Saturday callers at the James Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Marvin Rath and family of Ida G'rove were Saturday guests at the home of Mi> Emma Hurlburt. W. C. Heiter was a guest Sun- dav at the Clair Bollinficr home. Mrs Martin Pclcrsen of Armstrong and Margaret Fisher, student at Iowa Stale Teachers College, spent the weekend at the Delmar Fisher home. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus entertained with a birthday supper Monday in honor of their daughter Judy's Gth birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Claude White- 'hill and Mr and Mrs Harold Aliens of Algona. Mrs Harvey Larson came home from Mason City Wednesday morning where she has been .-. patient. Mr and Mrs Elaine Drown apd family of Curlew were Saturday guests at the Lawrence Dittmer home. Mrs Mary Genrich, Mrs Lloyd Schenck and her brother, Elmer Hanson of Burt, were Sunday guests at the Everett Hartna home. "*. Marjorie Houck and her guest, Gil Jones, returned to Lincoln. Neb. Monday after spending the weekend with Mar.ioric's parents. Mr and Mrs Don Houck. • Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and 'Todd 'o'f Oltosen were' Mondrry' visitors at the home of Mrs' Maude Blanchard. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig, Mr and Mrs Dean Jergensnn and family of Algona were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod and family were Sunday ;-,uest.- at the Dale Wegner home. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thompson spent Easter Sunday at the home of Mrs G. H. Doty at Mason City Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt wen; to Fairmont Sunday to visit Robert Schmidt Sr. Mrs Danford Schmidt and Skip, Mr and Mrs Charles II ,11- bauer of Sioux City, Mr and Mrs- Clarence Zumaeh were Sunday guests at the Art Zumac-h.'-. 1 Mr arid Mrs Jerry Toller or Sioux City are proud parents ot a baby girl born March (i. She weighed'5'i Ibs. and has been named Amy Framvne. T h e grandparents are Mr and Mr? Eldin Mai-low. . The U.P.W. will mer 1 , this Thursday at the Presbyterian Church parlors at 1!:30 p.m. Devotions by Mrs Maurice Weisbrod. lesson by Mrs Merwyu Hurlburt. Hostesses are Mesdames Art Priehe. Ruth Krueger, E. A. Lee. A. D. Newbrough, C. E. Nordme and Delmar Fisher. Mr and Mrs Dave Weber and family visited at the Joe Miller home north of Algona Sunday afternoon. The two Miller girls celebrated their birthdays. Jeanette was 10 and Mary was 11. Mr and Mrs LeRoy SchradiT Mr and Mrs Lanny Farmer and Tommy Saxtnn spent the weekend at' the home of Mrs Florence. Schrader. Wendell Steven spent his Easter vacation at home from Iowa City where he is going to school. Mr Will Christenson spent the weekend at Belgrade, Minn, where he visited his son Ronald and family. Kasler guests at the E. A. Lee home'were Mrs Pauline McGuire, Ali'.ona, and Mr and Airs All Krueger and Kermil. Mr and Mrs Frit/ Newbrough and family were guests at the Lawrence Newbrough home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Edward Blanchard were callers later. By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Darwyn McCleish, five-year old son of Mr and Mrs Glen McCleish, is .seriously ill at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Darwyn is suffering from a relapse after the measles. 11;: is in kindergarten at the public school. ! Tom Garry Jr., Fort Dodge, and Micky Doh'ii, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend with their families- licrc. Mary Kay D.jlan, Mpls.. also spent the weekend here. College students home for the weekend were Mr and Mrs Phil Garry, Richard Goche, Tom Clark, Iowa City; Joan Fox. Bill McGuire, Mary Ann & Margaret Nurre, St. Paul and Minneapolis. David Wclp, St. John's; Rita Antoirie, DCS Moines; Don Grand- gcnelt and Jim McCarthy, Minneapolis:- Dan-ell Grandgenelt, Spirit Lake; Mr and Mrs Tom Lending and tamily. James An- loine, Jan Clark, AV,H:K; Jean R;:hc, Belly Lensing, Donna Bergman. St. Joe's School ol Nursing, Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Arthur Goche are both patients at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester, where Mrs Goche is undergoing surgery. Mr Goche is then; for medical treat- iiienl. Harold Lampe is a patient at the Veterans Hospital where he went for a check up and to have the cast removed- from his leg. Mrs Ross Inman received word Sunday of the accidental death of her aunt at St. Joe, killed when hit by a car Saturday night. afternoon visitor. Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Clarence Osborn home included Mr and Mrs Roger Osborn and Delibl'.' ol' Spirit Lake, Mr and Mrs Arnold Kuecker and Barbara of Buffalo Center and Mr and Mrs Russell Kauffman and family, Mr and Mrs Win. Brown of Armstrong were afternoon* callers. Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn drove to Woodward last Tuesday and broughl (heir son David home with them for an Easter vacation. Tifonka News . Mrs II. E. Russell and son Harold visited over the Easter weekend with their daughter, sister and family, the Neal Boykens. Easter Sunday Mr and Mrs Edward Boyken, Mr and Mrs Arthur Boyken and Mrs Martha Boyken were also guests. | Bobby Ricklefs of Estherville Was a weekend guest at the home of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Raymond Ricklefs. Mr and Mrs Ernest Petersen and- Mr and Mrs Lowell Benllcy and Lois were guests Sunday at the Buffalo Center hall in honor of Carol Ann Koppen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wayne Koppen, who was confirmed on Palm Sunday. Warren Truesdell, Hayfield. Minn, was a weekend guest at the home of his parents, Supt. and Mrs W. P. Truesdell. Mr and Mrs Vcrn Rafdal and Thursday, April 2, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper Pet Moines-5 family attended the wedding of | Combining business and plea- Mrs Rafdal'.s brother, Lloyd Gray, son of Mrs Arnold Gray, and Kathleen Betels of Buffalo Center, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. Betels at the Little Brown church at . Nashua, Mar. 2i! at 2 p.m Lloyd Gray, brother of the bridegroom and Mrs Meint (Dorothy) linesman of Corwith, sister df the bridegroom, were attendants. Mrs F.dna Hiehter spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Elvin Moore of t.u- Verne. Mr and Mrs ,T. L. Intermill entertained Mr and Mrs Henry Van Hove and family Easter Sunday. Wm. Boyken, Jr., Ames, Edward, Arthur and Neal Boyken and Raymond Kranlx. of Titonka attended the Kossuth County Bankers Association banquet hold al the Bancroft Legion Hall Wednesday evening. A Memorial of Recognition was given in honor of Win. Boyken, Sr. Mr and Mrs George Sachau and daughters were Sunday guests al the home: of Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan. SENECA NEWS Mr and Mrs Bruce Hill and family of Deeorah spent the Easter weekend at the Olaf Oftedahl home. Sunday visitors included Mr and Mrs Donald Dok- kcn and son of Spencer and Lorraine Ofteclahl ot Estherville and Jerry Jacobs of Armstrong. Janet Gotten feld of Estherville and Jim Berninghaus spent Easter-..with James -Grteilenfeld. Mr and Mrs Maurice' 'Jensen and family of Cedar Falls .spent Easter wiih the former's mother. Mrs Carrie Jcn.'.en. I!ev. and Mrs Harlan Blocking are the parents of a daughter born Wednesday, Mar. 2"i at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville. They now have three daughters. Sunday dinner guests at the Martin Wilberg home included i\-ir and Mrs Marvin Wilberg and family of Fslherville, Mr and Mrs Donald Wilberg and Dennis if Fairmont. Lloyd Wifberg of Minneapolis and Robert Wilberg of Lone The group honored their parents, the Martin Wilbergs, on their 3(>th wedding anniversary. Dick Looft of Des Moines spent 'Yiday night with hi.- parents, the Henry Looft.-;. He left Saturday leriioon tor Chicago where he \\ill spend five weeks at an IBM Educational Center. College students who spent. Faster vacation with their parents included Sandra Gabel, Margaret Fischer. Sharon Dorsey, Nadine Duer, Kose Ann Thornp- sun, Lyman Hurlburt, Kathryn Juh'annc'en. Kaymnnd Wilberf!, David Loot), KugiT Nielsen, Dori Nielsen and Bub Crouch. Dr. anil Mrs Donald Baldwin of Minneapolis were Faster Sunday guests al the Cecil Baldwin home. Mr and Mr.-. Henry Looit and David were Friday dinner guests at the lierlha 1'onmier home at Algona. Othe:- guests included Mrs Jolm Henrick-en. Sara and Mary uf Ames an.I Mr and Mrs Cierrit DeWaard of Wesley. Hick Lool'l ot Des 'Mo.ins wa.-; a late FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE FENTON, IA. GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bos. 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. 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