The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 11, 1959 · Page 10
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At Lone Rock J UftH* DM Motr»«l Thursday, June 11, 1939 * -*> * •> s* k s >* * Sahdrtt Marlow honored by a fttidfel Shower on "IHiesday evening, May 26. , There were about • 100 guests present with Mrs Slid Marlow in charge of the guest book. Nancy 3?resthus and Linda Marlow wero , in charge Of tile gifts. Judy Markwfcr, cotefn, assisted in opening the gifts. Mrs Pershing Marlow poured, There was a nice program with -Mrs Eric Seegebarth as the mistress of ceremonies. l^dstesses, to€re *!&4 e 8 d a m e :j Glen Householder, Ernest Jensen, Louie Bcrnirtgbaus. Al Uitt- mer, Wilmer Wkhtentfcihl, William K«ading, Fred Schmidt, Art Zumach, George - Lortg, Woodrow Ptrtlit, Pcrshing - Mallow, Lawrence Preslhui, Lyle Marlow, Bud Marlow, Dennis Priebe, Art Prtebc, Roy Static; Ray Wetzell, Ed BlancHard, Merwln ^ , , Wendell Steven,- . Eldin Marlow, Jesse Marlow, Durwood McArthur, Milton Mar-low, Win. Marlow, Omie Behrends, ' Uar* a s. ivianuw, v/rmu uunrunus, uur* Marlow,, a sister of Sandra, and Ian Marlow and Eric Seegebarth. IU EAT MV HAT IF .*. PERMALUBE Multi-Grade Motor Oil. isn't the finest oil you ever used! Youll find out the first time you drive with it. ' Come in for „ fill, HANSEN'S SERVICE , Qn Highway 44 In Fenton HOISTS PROVED STRONGER Reinforced y«" steel s'idepiates, welded > box - unit frame , g!,ye Midwest Koists unmatched strength at .full lifting height under barge or Ware box. J itented Godbe»en,;Powr-Link pro lef" "floating" fuldjrum . . . gives lwest ( hoisfs extra lift letfeTSge' orr hydraulic pressure. Extra Safety, wide, 25-Inch frame * gives Midwest hoists sturdy base. «• ''"-ivy-duty JSnfcage, pfecisjon toler i guara against side-sway'. /Extras / gives A •• /. ^ eo v p y"f! if oneei gu< Choice ot 4 Midwest models... come in and see Uiem. , ; WEISBROD IMPLEMENT, FENTON, IA. >g$X)®^^ 1 '-: ; .,.,""•'' ''•''„", CALL US AND NEW * LOVELINESS! i \ i i. « Permanents . • Hair .Color * Hair Styling '• Damaged Hair * Haij Trims".' Treatments '"'"'' ,-''-.- ' Laels Beauty Shop Phone* 99, Fenton/ Iowa *&&mi%x^^ j 11 " ""i •""" ' ' •••• - ' ~"— rv.: -^ FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY INSURANCE IA, GERALD VOIGT THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton Dr. E, W. Ruske DENTIST m$F4mw ;J ->H - ? . 1 , ^f " Phpne 233 Fenton/ Iowa It. A, Newterough and Mrs Delmir Angus of Burl look Jerry Nswbrough and Craig Blancbard to DCS Moines whoro they wilt leave tor Boy's State. Saturday visitois in the , Lawrence Newbrough hon}c were Mr and Mrs Earl Traske and Mr and •Mrs Beryl Schokley of Olivia, Minn. They visited Saluiday night in ^ie Ruth Krueger and the Ed Blanch arcl home. Mrs Mary Genrich served dinner Sunday to Mr arid Mrs Earl Traske ot Minneapolis and Mr and Mrs Beryl Schokley of Olivia, Minn. , MrS Ruth Krueger was also present, Mrs Melvirt Meyer and Bryan of Algo'na visited Wednesday of last week In the home of Mr and Mrs Alf kruger of Lone Roek. Mr and Mrs Albert Kurtz and Roy of Polk City t ' Icwa visited over the weekend in the home of Rev. and Mrs Nordine. Mr and Mrs Don Blanchard and Craig, and 'Mr Chester Almc 1 of Ottosen left last' Sunday for 'Cutfoot Sioux Lake near Deer River, Mirtn. They spent the week fishing ond came home Friday. . Sunday dinner guests m the Donald Blanchard home wtu-e Mr and Mrs Elmer Frank and Larry and Mrs Hilma Erickson of Swea City and Mrs Maude Blanchardi They enjoyed a fi£h dinner which Craig had caught. John' Cotton was home during the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Willis Cotton. John is working during the summer in Osuge m the M,itchell County Extension office, ns an extension trainee from Iowa State College. Mr and Mrs -Jack Quinn spent the weekend with Mr and Mrs Win. Weatherly of Plpcstone Minn, They also visited in the home) Of- Mr and Mrs Wm. "Marlow of. Wai'd; South' Dakota. '• '- • Mrs Mary Flaig attended the shower- ' of Miss, Patricia Doocy Sunday irt Bancroft. Mr and Mrs Art Priebe, Billy and Joel visited Sunday in Grinnell where they attended the graduation of Mrs Pri cube's nephew. Mrs Mary Flaig and Mrs Dennis Flaig visited at Osceola where her sons are employed and from there they went, to Pleasantville and visited in the home of Mrs Dennis Flaig's parents, Mr and) Mrs Herbert (Jer* ling.'' Mr and Mrs Dave Weber wero visitors Thursday evening in -the Leo Ramus home.'' Mr and Mrs > f Ervjn Wfet look their daughter, Wanda,- to Des Moines where she will be employed by the Slate Welfare Department, , Bonnie Baker and Patricia WeUell also accompanied • the-Wetzell family to Des Mo'ines. Mr and Mrs Ed Moore and son, Dick of Altoona, were guusts over the Memorial weekend in the Leo Ramus home oE Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs A. D- Newbrough, Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard and Kdm Blanchard were weekend .guests in the Clifford Mueller •and the 1 Joe' Stuttgen homos at Stanley, Wis. They attended the' graduation of Gordon Mueller. Gordon left June 3 for army service, Lois Mueller returned home with the Blanchards and, will spend the summer with the Delber-t Blanchards iri Ames. , Relatives, and friends visiting in the Darryl Householder home Thursday afternoon were Mr and Mrs Ross Matthews of Canby, "Minn., Mr and • Mrs Gebrge Mienke,- Mr and Mrs Wilfred Laabs, Mis R. F. La-abs of Fenton, Mrs Glenn Householder and Gloria, Lone Rock and Mrs Mar- Un Ohm of .Fcnlpii, 'Rev. Harvey Walker, 'Mr and Mrs Fred Mortensen and Bryan of Fehtori and Ronald Morlensen , of Foli DodjJie. ' '• Saturday guests in the Orhvm Tictz home were Mrs Avlet Woodwick and children, Harold Christensen of Bricelyn, .Mr and Mrs Henry Woodwick and family, Mr and Mrs Jack t Woodwick and family all of Rake. Mr and Mrs Ray Tietz and family, Spirit Lake, Mr and Mrs John Gramenz of 'Fenton, and Mr and Mrs Willis Woodwick of Algona. Mr and Mrs Eldin Marlow attended the graduation of Leon Marlow in Vermillion, South Dakota, recently^ Mrs Mildred Holland from Elk River, Minn, vi.si.ted la&t week in the OrtwJn Tietz home near Lotts Creek. Mrs Holland is a childhood friend of Mrs ^iatz. Tuesday evening callers in. the Walter Thompson hdme were Mi 1 and Mrs Albert Pavik and ,Mr and Mrs Clarence Weise of Armstrong. Staff Sgt. Gordon Wegen- cr and" family -were Saturday evening visitors in the Walter Thompson home. The Happy Homemakers Club met on May 27 in the- home of H. A. Holmgren. Mr and Mrs Will Dray^ton -pf Ai^yna and Mr and Mrs JSrvm $<4djenwitfc and • son of City were, Sunday evening cailers in the Wplter Thompson home Saturday callers in the Afi Pei'spn honie were Mr and MlV $d'Hoppe and Roger of Fairmont and Milo Bonebraken and family Nornia Bierle To Wed July 14 Streit and' Mrs^ttarofci nell. Other guests wefts ttte t Grimes' boys, neil. • Mrs Alice Bierle of announces • the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter Nor.ma to .Gerald Bormarin, 4on of Mr and Mrs Charles Bor,- mann -of WMttemore k 'The 'wedding.'will .take place-oh .-July, 14 at St. Michael's Catholic chttrch in 'Wh'ittemore,, Miss< Bierle, pxq-. tured 'above, is employed , bj; Druggists Mutual Insurance„ Col of Algona, and'Mr Bormannsby- International Harvester at Whittemore. (UDM Engraving) • -,.> Mrs Dehnis Priebe. Mr and Mrs Charles Ramsey of Mason Gity also visited. Uola M.dyer has rfeturned froiyi Br^ar Cliff Cplle^e ^n' - T .-'«, City Where'she earned her "degree!' in Medical Technology. She will have^a brief vacation befbre leaving" for theyeniie, 1 WyoA where ^he to-ill be employed by-the De Paul Hospital. • 'Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter' a'nd Alvin and Mr ahd Mrs Dale Baxter of Algona 'Were Saturday afternoon guesfs in the Robert Baxter home in Ruthven. Mrs Alfred SchuUz ( and children i't-om Ottosen wci-e visitors —„„ last week for s" few days in the were home of Mrs Maude Blanchard. bers. Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard'of Omaha .also visited in the hpiYu! of Mrs Maude Blanchard! -JMr and Mrs Lester Johnson and'-Mr and,'Mrs Loren' Johnson arid'Mi 1 Cri'dudc -Whitehill of- Algo'na wore also Saturday visitors. -- • ' c" Mrs Alice Danker and Waldu Danker of Lester we're recfint visitors in the home of Mr and Mrs Art Priebe. • ' Baibara Jorgenson, granddaughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Tlaig, visited from Tuesday until Saturday in their home. Barbara is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Dean Jorgenson of .Algona., ;Mr-and->Mrs!«Lyle Haack and Dora .Hasick of Fenton and Mr and MfB Jim Long of Lone RocK were visitors Thursday evening in the Roger Long home, on D'urwin's firsi birthday. 'Mr and Mrs Robert Hansen of; Mallalla, Oregon are visitors this week in the Don Houck home. . Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen and Jamie, Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig, Miss Elsie ..Wiillrctt of Algona 'and Ten a Jensen were Memorial day picnic supper guests in, the, Roger Jensen home. • „> ' Mrs Wayne Lynch and Mrn Willard Thompsen spent,, from Sunday until Wednesday' in -Burlington at the home of -their father. Francis Foley. • Mr Foley recent'y suffered a heart attack. Mr and Mrs Mcrwin Hurlburt nnd family and Mrs Emma Hurlburt and girls, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ratb and John and Mrs Martha Rfith went to the Call State Park in Algona for a picnic bn Memorial Day. Mr and Mrs Marold Sehlei and Stevjc. were Saturday, evening guests in the Clair Bollinger home. ." >' . '' ' Mr, and Mrs Ard^n, Hovey went to R'ake Tuesday where they 'attended' • lurjeral services- fpi Richard jPaber recently killed in m accident near lawa.Falls. . f Mr 'and Mrs Gerald Angus arid ane, Margaret Dittmer and Marilyn Johnson went to Fair- •nont, May 26, and had a picnic,. Jane, later had a Slumber party it her home, 'Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson went 'to Spirit Lake Sunday tp attend the golden wedding *at>' liversary of Mi' and Mrs Wallace. Donovan. Mr and Mrs\ George Nyman gf urand Prairie, Texas and Swea City visited Monday afternoon at' the John B.qhrends home in Lone Rock. at 8 P.M. * a i - * GYM Farmer North Of Heart Attack Seneca — Hflhs Nielsen, farmer, living north of Seneca, suffered a heart attack Friday morn*- ing; at the homo of his brother T&mmy and was taken by ahv bulance to Holy Family Hospital at Estherville.,"He was ')ielping unload some r machinery ^^i^hli brother's farm when 'theykti&61 occurred. , - ' '^^^t _____ > j- ' ji&y.^fS * ' _ Jerry Crou^H, ,who ' week with, his parents, Crouchs. 'went to BoxholntrM6fl day where he will Dr. Hurley, a . . , . Mrs Crouch Will continue .tdj at Ames. .The CroUchs little granddaughter ^_. .._-.. them for the day on Saturday.'; Mr and Mrs Henry Loo'fttic^ companied by Mrs Martin Wilberg, Tilda Johannesen of Fairmont and Mrs Anne Presthus of Algona spent Wednesday, and Thursday at the South Central District convention of the,Eva'ri- gelical Lutheran Church dt Dec* orah, Iowa., . l " • "Mr and Mrs Reginald Berke- micr of Humboldt were last Sunday, visitors at' the Everett Witham home, ' ;) The Bill Paris of Linne.ur, Mo. ! were last weekend visitors -with relatives in this vicinity. 'On Sunday a fajnily gathering, was held at the Armstrong City park in their honor. Allan Paris spent Saturday and Sunday at the home, of his uncle and aunt, the Lyle England?: - - , '".'> Mrs Fred Johannesen ' was hostess to the Modern Mixers club at her home Tuesday' afternoon. Roll call was answered by giving a picnic hint. 'Mrs -Lyle England* and Mrs Herbert Krause were honored birthday mem- ;rs. * Mrs Ted Jensen had charge of the entertainment. Mr and Mrs Wayne Klein are parents of a 7 pound 3 ounces baby boy born Thursday evening at v the Holy 'Family'hospital'."He will' be' named Ba,rry .Paul.—- The Kleins now have two' sons " : and/ one daughter. ' > Mr and Mrs Roy Klein '-spent from Monday until Fuiday of last week on a fashing trip into north-' ern Minnesota. They reported (hat fishing- was good. Their daughter, Mrs Weber and children stayeck,at the Klein's home iuring their absence. Mr and 'Mrs Bruce Hill and family of Decorah were last week' visitors at the Olaf Oftedahl home. Bruce Hill received his Bachelor of Arts Degree at Luther College last Sunday and ias accepted a position as commercial teacher in the Titonka school system. BEAR Kenneth Sc"hoening of Prim- ,. Hour Club h»d ^he meeting in the h,pm> o M.I'^W 5 of Bur-t, -M»-§ • Joo Vollmar 'was assistajjt hos The $nppal club picnij? for family »rUl be on June 1| jjr the Fenton Park, Mr and Mrs M^rteQ Larson. and family of Decorah visite Sunday i>i tha liuine ut JMi an ghar recently killed a bear while on a hunting, trip into Canada. The 250-pound bear will be made into a bear rug. Ringsted Theatre "Kettles In The Ozarks^ with v Marjorie Main Arthur • Hunnicutt '.. '. Thurs. — Fri. — Sat. June 11-12-13 Brigitte Bardot in "Lq f^arisienne" Technicolor y> ' -, Sun. - Mon. - Wed. June 14-15-17 Letts Creek 4-H Girls At S^City annual- 4-H Girls Day was held at Swea City, Letts Creek I^a&sies who -attended' were' Carol Jean, and' Arlene Anljker, Eileen Mickey O'Brien, Ruth Ann ler, Joyce* and Judy^. Pawn Dogotch, Ann Mergen Coletta Streil, A^c'e Albert, , Jeannie '- GtengUs and Carol Besch, Donna MuJiiu, Mary garet McDunnol, Zit^ Ptt Joanne Keene. 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