The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1959 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 10, 1959
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8-A!gona (la.) Upper DM Molnes thundery, Sepf. 10, J'r 1: Open House For LuVerne Couple Wed 25 Years LuVerne — Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielson were the honored guests pt an open house Sept. 6 in the LuVerne town hall on the occasion of their silver wedding anniversary. Guests were registered bv Mnxme Johnson Mrs Ralph Stoll.was in charge of a musical program, vocj'l solos by Jean Janssen, duet, Mrs Wai- "tcr Engel and Mrs Loren Appcn- zefter. accompanied by Mrs Ray Stone. Karen Baker presented her pantomime number. In the receiving line with the honored guests were their mothers, Mrs Christina Hansen of Algona and Mrs Christina Ntelson of LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Nielson opened their many gifts with many silver dollars included. Cutting and serving the anniversary cake was Mrs Harold D. Davis. Pouring were Mrs Walter Engel and Mrs Ralph Stall. Hostesses were Mrs Stoll, Mrs Engel, Mrs Elmer Kubly, Mrs Edward Jackson, Mrs Harold Nielson, Sr., Mrs Robert G. tt, Blumer, Mrs Albert Nielscm, Mrs Andrew Nielson, Mrs Davis, Mrs Loreffife Johnson, Mrs Arthur we/*;*,' A/laxine Johnson and Mrs Frank Pruismahn. Host Society Mr and Mrs George A,. Eggles- Evangelical United Breinren church entertained Thursday at a guest day meeting. Societies of Remvick, Meservey and Goodell were guests. Mrs Lawrence Marty registered the guests and Mrs Fred Merkle, president, welcomed the visitors. ,The guest speaker was Mrs Marry O. Thompson of DCS Moines. Assisting with the program of musical numbers; devotions, prayer and poems ware Mrs J. Paul Stevens, Mrs Carroll Marty, Mrs Henry Marty, Mrs Jerry Wolf, Mrs Paul Blumer. Refreshment committee were Mrs Bernard Wolf and Mrs Harry Naffziger. Presiding at the punch bowl, Mrs Merkle and pouring Mrs Stevens. The W.S.C.S. of the LuVerne ton attended a Reasoner reunion her family held Sunday in the Edling home in Maxwell. Mr and Mrs Fred Rasrnussen of Renwlck visited Sunday evening with Mrs Mary Shultz.' The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Billy Hardeojtf was baptized Julie Kay at St. Mary's Catholic church in Corwith Sept. 6 With Rev. OTooie officiating, Nancy and Norma McGuire of Burt visited their grandparents Mr and Mrs Ted Wagner the past week. Mr and Mrs Edward Weidman and family of Norfolk* Ntfb. were Labor Day weekend guests in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Harold Hanson 1 . Pvt. 2T Dale Larimer of Fort Wood, Mo. was a Labor Day weekend visitor with his mother, Mr and Mrs Dean Bowman and sister, Myrna Larimer. Word has been received of the birth of a son, Steven Wayne, born to Mr and Mrs Duane Studer, Aug. 26, at Rock Island, 111. Mr and Mrs Otto Sailer d£ Clear Lake brought Mrs Jessie Sanford home Salurday after a week's visit in the home of her brother. Weekend guests in the Lawrence Miller home were their daughter, Mr and Mrs Dwight Savnge and Danny of Council Bluffs, his sister, Mrs Wilma Tieae of Fairmonl, Minn., her daughter, Mr and Mrs Francis Pillik of Cuclar Rapids. Charles Wickclt of Laconia has arrived to visit in the home of his son, Mr and Mrs Bryce A. Wickett and sons Johnny and Mr and Mrs Bill Wickett and Steven. iMr and Mrs Carroll Marty left Friday for a vacation trip to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs Phil Wuflestad " and family at; Mih§ R ft. , .„ Mrs Anna Hanseltftftrt tained her 500 .caftS afternoon with Mr* Eftil&t lift*. er t guest platfef, Aj pl«yV hife Mrs Henry Perfaridfc arift low, Mrs Martha Sdwifldef. Mr and Mrs ' RobeA / Richard and Jeafinie , -of Point, Ind. spettt 5 tite weekend with her mother Clara Wolf and famllyV F and Roberta "Murray Joirieft 1 ifieii? parents here for the WelSteftd.' Mariann Schade ptfent the holiday weekend with her parents, Mr and Mrs James Sdhfide. Guests the past week In the Supt. -B. £. Martin home , were their son, Mr and Mrs Larry Martin. Ronald Martin, hlgh~ school teacher in Sentral school at Fenton, joined his family ,for the Weekend. The J. J. club opened their club year with a pot-luck picnic. Mrs Bernard Wolf, new president, presided. The next meeting Sept. 18 will be with Mrs Earl Manning. George Jcfiers of Springfield, 111. arrived Sunday for a tWo week vacation with his parents, Mr and Mrs Laverne Jeffers. 1 Mr and Mrs Jerry Smith and son Terry Dean visited friends here Saturday. «=-•: The Good Will club Will, sponsor its annual benefit coffee Sept. 17 at 2:15 p.m, in the Lu- Verne town hall. Guest speaker will be. Richard Ansher, Des Moines. A program will be presented and door prize given. .. , ••' . ' ,.' ./.'•., "•: Better Freezing + More Convenience + Top Qualify -''".-,•' • ' . i 1 . • • >^gM|^^^ ^^^^^^| . ^jj^f^^ - 959 Freezers \ Big 13 Cu. Ft. 2-Door—Low, Low Price! School At Swea Opens; Total 8w*»- GUMP ~ Consolidated School 6pefife<fRibr7 day with aft efcrolflftefct of .470, 342 grade toupil*«ftt!d 128 htgh school students. This iaf ati increase of about 1§. t '.' .• The Swea City Luther league officers e.nd counselors were in* aiaaed at the tegular worship service at Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday morning,. Those installed at the service '.werfi president, Dale Farland; 'Secretary, Carmen 'Lafsen; treasurer," Larry Stenzel and counselors, MfJ and Mrs Everett Th0rsoft and >M? and Mrs Laurel Peterson. Rev. Philip ft. Newell, a Bible teacher from Moody Institute,: Chicago, will speak at' the First Baptist church, Swea City, Sefct 9 tnrough Sept. 20. Dr. R. F. Snyder of -Swea City has been appointed Kossutn county coroner to fill the unex- pired term of Dr. Devine of Whit* temore. who recently moved to. Calif. Mrs Max O'Keefe has been named librarian by the trustees of the Swea City library, to succeed Mrs J. A. Sanftner. Cbntrl;! butions to the library'Were received from Mr artd Mrs Randall Webb.-Mrs Ed Stewart,,and.Sarah SWansoti. „ ., Rev. and Mta Letoy Pillmafi, Paul and John,, attended the annual Iowa Conference Pastoral C0ftf**4fitefe ;at, Waltfttr l^agtf« cdrnp. Lake Okoboji, Tuesday through Friday of last week. Pastor FifirtBfi.was registrar for thi cottfeiieiJtMs* a •' " •• < Ke^liy Seykr, Soft of Mr and Ufs Kenneth Seylar of Swea City, left for Satt Jose/ CaL ,whet6 he will enter' his secofld year at San Jose Ci^ College; his major is Iti hitlsic. Kenny fe als6 choir master and organist for four Sunday, services at Christ Episcopal church at Lo$ Altos. Mf, and Mrs Walter .Koch of LflGrange, 111. visited her sister Mrs Cecil Godfredson Wed. afternoon. On Wed,' everiintf the God- ffedson's artd Mrs Koch called at the Mefvin Johnson home, Thursday evening the Godfredson's and ^Mrs^KOch Visited the ladies mother Mfs Cora ' Burt then they met. the W. E. Stows of Humboldt at Algona for a picnic. mr dnd Mrs Uftlmar Anderson and Becky, Mrs Eli Anderson and Mr and Mrs George Harner and David visited Mr and Mrs S. Anderson at Blairsburg Sunday. LONE ROCK NEWS - i .'. Mr and Mrs .H.'A. Holmgren attended the"wedding of Beverly HoVey and-Gordon Hauck at the Lutheran church at Algona, Sat- urday-everting. ' ' Mr, and Mrs Dale Schroeder aftd SuSah retefft&d homfe aftef a Week's .ysaetteft. they vM|ed in the Mf m& AKft^tMK« PMiti ift DssfleiV Selawalre a«a MS6 With Mr Dover, ' whiltf , , and Mrs Richard Rath fHe SchftJeaetf toUffed toft, &,*< C^ is^aMiti Cdftgress, visited thfe Arlingloii Ceme^ry ..Mr atid Mrs Gotdoii Wegefter Hftd family ^f Statist City were Sunday guests, in, the fiate Wegefter home. , iDotthea SieSfert attd Caroiyia Lute of Detroit were visitoris Monday in the Roger Jensen home. •Mr and Mrs Doriald Dammann and Dennis of Coming spent the weekend in the Leslie Baxter home. Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs Frank Flaig,,Mrs Dnve Lynch and Mrs 1 Mary Genrich attended a shower for Delores Ackermatt at Burt Fair Honors At M-City, Sjjencer To County 4-H Kossuth 4-H'ers took part in the North Iowa Fair, Masdn City, and the Holstein Show at Spencer recently, t > Gary Priebe of Algona showed the district junior and gfa™ ,cnampi«rts'-4«H heifer and fifslt prize junior .,'summeV yearling* .Henry of Algotta* the second Jdfflce jtiaiol &M Buatte James cltib Wei dewonstspaWeii'tott4est . dr presentaftion of/^SoiI,Rotlfld p?' Sev^ft tfeams ,toak^ |rtrt jin ihe'coriteai. ""•" ' .' •-? Jfatk^ttfy of the Union 4'& ,eiub was third individual in the* district , livestock judjiftg contest at the North Iowa ,falr.- The 'Kossuth judging team placed fourth with nine teams COUTH peting in the event. Team members and other Kossuth 4-H. members taking part * in. the contest we,re Dean fioddS, ,Jack Henry, Tohi Henry* Jim Erpelding of, Algona; Gary~ BaftWart of Ottosen; Jim, Erpeldiflg, Bode; Ronnie Linde, Swea City. ' Mennbera placed two classes of beef, three of swine, and, .two dairy and gave oM and written reasons on four classes of animals. > • The Kossuth judging team placed fifth and .- sixth at the district Black & White Show, at Spencer with ten -teams competing in the contest. Members taking part in the dairy judging were Jack Henry, Dean Dodds and Jim 'Erpelding , of Algona} Gary Bluvwart, Ottolsen; Tom "Nu'rreY Bancroft;" John T. Rufier, Ffetttonj James ^rpfelding, Bdde; D'uarte- HUbest," Lucerne's Charles and Duahe Metzger, Whj,ttemore. ui,_-.-*- -- -*- -------- --' -'"^ -*•«"-••- ------ ^-*^— ^ ----- *^.- . ............ ^ ...... . WESTINGHOUSE COMBINATION with exclusive Cold Injector System KEEPS ALL FOOD FRESH LONGER !r You can even store milk in the door. 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