The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 10, 1959 · Page 19
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 10, 1959
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\ At Lone Rock Lone flofck — 'A shower wai in honor of Janet Geilen. ... 'hursday evening in the' Letts Greek„ parlors. Mrs Law* rence DHtmer was mistress of ceremonies, opening with Janico Zumach presenting a reading There were a few games played, 'and Janet concluded the program by opening her gifts. Assisting Janet were Viola Hansen, Algona, and Barbara Halvorsen, Fenton. Karen Berninghaus carried the gifts t6 the table. The guest book was in charge of Carol Zuinach. " The hostesses were Mesdames Willie Kruse, Ro* bert Hanna, Climton Rath, Emil Haack, Bill Kading,, Ernest Jensen, Lawrence DittmerV Glenn Householder, Durwood Me- Arthur,"Marvin Marlow, Wilmer Wichtendahl, Fred Schmidt,\ Art Zumach, Wayne Bellinger, 'Hugo Berninghaus, Harold Schmeling, Don Hansen,and Elmer Krause. Janet Geilehfeld and James Berninghaus will, be married Sept. 20 in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted. \ - Mr & Mrs Ray Barslof & son'of • Spencer, Mr and Mrs Ed Olsiberg of Curlew, Dale Lockwoods of . Swe.a City and the Everett Lock- 'woods were, Sunday'guests in the i'Allwyn Lockwood home. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig and Gertrude Ackerman of Burt, Mra C...*W. Heerdt and Mrs Lois Trunkhill accompanied the Frank Flalgs to Marshalltown to attend , the wedding-of Delores Ackerman and Jim'Clauss. ;,. ...Dorthea' Siesert .and Carolyn ,. Lutz ttiave been 'visiting in the yi;ank Flaig home since last Monday. The two are from Det,- ". roit, Mich. Floretice Wetebfod vt visited in the AH Prtette Friday, theft left tot Les* ter where she was to spfend the weekend. "Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen visited with Mrs Edward Hauptman at Corwith Sunday. On Monday afternoon the Binlhday Club was held in the Rose Kraft home. The group was celebrating Maes Quiim's birthday. Those present w£re Maude Blanchafd, Ruth Krueger, Edie Long, Mar* Genrich, Esther Flaig, Mary Flaig, Mae Quihn and Rose Kraft, Florence Weisbrod and Alice Danker visited with the Aft Priebes Monday. Mr' and (Mrs Henry Hinz of Pomeroy and Emma Dreyer'of Algona visited in the Arnold Lieb. home Sunday. iMr and Mrs Darryl Householder visited Tuesday evening in the J'red Mortenseri home at Fenton. Mrs Householder and Tim my Lynch were Tuesday guests in the Mortensen home. Rev. and Mrs Nordine and family visited the Rev. and Mrs Kurtz family at Clear Lake. The Fenton Township homemakers will meet at the home of Mrs Willis Cotton Sept. 18 with Mrs Milfred Mitchell, Mrs Roy Jensen and.Mrs Wm. Hantelman, as co-hosfeSses. This is an s organization tea With election of officers for the.coming (year. There will be a guest speaker." Mrs Glen Mino and Julie were callers at the Henry Schroeder's during the week. Mr and Mrs Francis Foley of Burlington spent the weekend in the Wayne Lynch home. Mr and Mrs Robert Morris and Mike of LeMars were guests Sunday in Lynch home. . • A birthday party for Dennis Dammann was held in the Leslie Baxter home Sunday. They celebrated Dennis' 4th birthday. Dennis is the son of Mr and Mrs Donald Dammann of Corning. There were about 34 guests ^.attending. Dennis is the gralid- son of 'Mr and Mrs "Harold Dammann of Emmetsiburg -and Mr and Mrs Leslie Baxter. 1 . ' «• Mf and Mrs Rutssll Jensen and Cheryl and Mr and Mi* A, L. Ja&krnan visited Sunday 4 afternoon in the Wm> Kfidll howie. •Edwin Hoveys, Mrs , Ardella Bftffls,, Mr and Mrs Marvin Fischer and children of Kenosha. Wis. were weekend visitors in the Arden Hovey home. Sunday guests in thfe Gerald Angus home were Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and Tony of Algona, Rev. and Mrs Glenn Discoe and sons, Jon and David of Algoria. • /Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan visited Tuesday in the Lilie Thompson home, (Mr and MrS Reed Anderson of Spencer called Monday afternoon in the Everett Hanna home. Mrs Everett Hanna called al Stirriher Parsons home near Burl Monday. Mr and Mrs Walter Brandow of Algona were Sunday callers at Harvey Larsen's. Mr and Mrs Jim Thul were recent guests in the Jack Quinn home. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris of Lone Rock were callers Friday in the Emma Manus home al Burt. Wanda Wetzel of Des Moines was a Saturday visitor in the Maude Blanchasrd home. Mr and Mrs Gordon Blanchard and family of Mason City were visitors Monday in the Maude Blanchard home; Mr and Mrg Gordon Blanchard and family and Mrs Blanchard were Monday evening guests in the Jesse Blanchard home. Alfred Krueger, Bud Lee and Mike returned Monday after a fishing trip near Belgrade, Minn. Mrs Ben Schmidt and Terry, Mr and Mrs Fritz Ne-wibrough and family and Mrs Gene Blanchard and Susan ' and Pat attended a S'cheppmann reunion at the Legion Hall in West Bend Sundayi i Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris of Algona we,re Monday guests in the Dale Wegener home. Fenton Enters Numerous Bowling League Teams At the'New-Hotel Maryland, on any weekend,, you will get ;a large double room, breakfast for two in the Maryland's fabulous Orleans room, free TV and parking. Free lodging to child-* ren under 14 when accompanied by parents. Special reduced rates at * theaters. AIR CONDITIONED 200 ROOMS ' 200 SPARKLING TILE BATHS Write for reservation! and colorful btochUro. Chicken Supper Rjngsied — St. Mary's Catholic Church at Armstrong will sponsor a chicken dinner, family style, Sunday, Sept. 13 from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. in the Armstrong high school. Elvin Godfredsen will .provide" dinner music at the organ. There will be a country store and fish pond. Rev. E. E. 'Apt. is pastor. tfenion — A large nutaber of Fenton people are planning to participate in various DowJipg leagues this coming season. Two men's teams bowlingfor Petorsen Furniture and the Bftn- croft Register will be Monday evenings at the Leisure LafYfeS in Bancroft. t t Starting Wednesday nigdK Sept. 10, 5 tehms will bowl" for the Friendly Tavern, AlderSoti's Insurance, Don's Service, Charlie's D-X, and Hansen'/Standard Service at Bancroft. N , Three women's teams will also bowl Wednesday nights at Bancroft for* Pctersen's Furniture, B. & W. Chevrolet, and the Fenton Co-Op Elevator. Cody's teams will bowl Tuesday night > at Marion Lanes in Emmetsburg. There will be one Mixed Double Team at Emmclsburg and one or more at Bancroft. , Mr and Mrs Burnett Hiene arftf Robin of Algona were Friday evening visitors in the Gerh^r Hantelman home. i Edith Laage of Des Homes was a weekend guest in the J. A. Sch wartz home. Mr and Mrs Arnold Hansen al tended tho wedding of Leroy Jacobsen and Miss Sheryl , Solberg in Fairmont Sunday, Aug. 30, Wednesday evening dinner guests in -the Fred Mortensen home were' Mr and Mrs Emu Pape of Moline, 111.; Mr and Mrs Russel Jensen arid family of Clinton; Carl Mortensen, .Janet Walker, Mrs Darryl Householder and Jimmy Lynch. Mr Householder jrJined the group later m the evening, Mr arid Mrs Charles Nelson- of Cylinder were Sunday evening past weekend. Mrs Irmiter Better Ringsted — Mrs Mary Irmiter, 77, of Armstrong, who was struck by a pick-up truck in Armstrong, Aug_ 26,, is: improving as ; well as can pe expected at Holy Family hospital in Estherville. She suf- ferect a basal skull fracture. The rrmiiters 'were former Bode and St/-Joe Residents,-'wherr the late Mr Irm'iter farmed near there., SENECA NEWS Mr and Mrs John Campbell of Iowa Palls and Mr and Mrs Jim Campbell of Decaturi 111. were .Wednesday afternoon guests at the Francis Sullivan home. ., >Mr and Mrs "Lester Muesig- nian'n ,of lAckley, Iowa spent Friday;afternoon 1 with' the Francis Suliivans. -'. • . Shirley : and • Sylvia Sullivan spent the latter part of the week with' their 'cousin, .Wilma Sull- Fairmont, Minn. guests in the Martin Hantelman Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Mittag and family of Des Moines were Wednesday evening guests in the Martin Ohm home. Mr and Mrs John Theesheld have spent the past two weeks visiting relatives and friends in Illinois and Indiana... On Tuesday, Aug. 23, they attended the Theesfield family reunion which was held at Ornaga, 111. Also in attendance of the 140 at the re- unipn, were .Mr and Mrs 'Ray Theesfield and 'family of Armstrong. , ,, Mr and Mrs Ted Miers^ of Whii- •temore were Monday" evening guests in the Martin Hantelman home. • The Fairville .Ladies Aid met Thurs-. afternoon with hostesses Mrs Gilbert Bleckwenn and Mrs Lloyd Bleckwenn. Mrs Fred Greinert was a guest." Wednesday afternoon guests in the Nyles Heggeri home were Rev. and Mrs Gerhard Vorland and family, Mrs Mo'rris Mitchell, Mrs Charles Newel s£eni la*l veek in ttartly where she cared ' her grandchildren while her daughter, Mfs McCnrty, attended music school, Sioux City. Mrs "Jewel returned home Friday evening. Mt-s McCarty nnd four sons returned with her. 'Mr Me* Carty joined them Sunday anrl the MtCartys returned homo Monday, Mr arid Mrs George M. Jorgensen and Mr and Mrs D. N. Jorgensen nnd family Of Algonn, at tended n family reunion of the Orton • family at Rochester las' Sunday. They were., guesls ii the Kenneth Larsen home. The W.S.C.S. of the Fenlon Methodist Church met Thursdaj afternoon in the church parlor with hostesses, Mrs 12. J. Frank Mrs Floyd Duncan nnd Mrs Jucl Gcrhart, Mrs J. A. Schwart gave devotions. Mrs Lester Wcis brod presented the lesson. Tuesday afternoon guests in the B. G. 'Bcrkland home to visil with Miss Virginia Bcrkland who is visiting here from Seattle, Wash,, were Mesdames Norman Fin- ncstad, John Finnoslnd, Morri.i Mitchell, Albert Milchell, AH Kabrick, Edward Mitchell, Amor Cody, Melvin Bcrkland, Earnest. Berkland, Milford Mitchell, Earnest Oskvig, Nylcs Heggen, nnd Freda Sicms. Ruth Miller spent the Labor Day weekend in Des Moines with Hie Robert. Anderson family. The American Legion Auxiliary met Friday, Sept. 4, in the home of Mrs Hans Baago. Tho. President gave a report on the County meeting held in Bancroft. Mrs Wai timer Laage gave a Legislative report. They enjoyed a delicious lunch. The next meeting will meet at Ihe home of Mrs Radig Wins On Friday Night Fenton — Mrs Gerald Raclig was the winner Friday evening at Fenton, in the regular weekly drawing. Thursday, Sept. 10, 1459 Aigono (la,) Upper frit* have been guests the past weeks at the Curtis Olsen and with other relatives arid 3 Seneca Club Members Get Group Honor Senoca — Three modern Mixer club members were nwtirdec with perfect attendance gifts foi not having been absent or tardy at n club meeting during the pns yonr. They were Mrs Join Johnnnesen, the retiring club president, Mrs Hoy Hinz and Mrs Henry Looft. The gifts were presented at the regular club meeting held al the home of Mrs Looft Tuesday afternoon. Tho program committee, Mrs Robert Burt, Mrs Wayne Nymtif find Mrs John Johunnesen mud a plans to have the new program books ready for distribution al the October meeting. Mrs Everett Wilhnin, Mrs Jerry Jenlv. and Mrs Robert Burl were the honored birthday members. Mrs Herbert Krause had charge of the entertainment. Janico Osborn and Lois Wilborg were hostesses at n picnic Monday evening held at Gomsrud Park al Fairmont. Guests included Marilyn Johnnnesen, Jane Ruger, Evalon Sehlei, Mar- guarct Nielsen, Delores Jensen, Marlene Jensen and Darlene Reul/.el. The group wen} swimming following their picnic sup- per and concluded the evening's ntertaimnent at a theatre party. Those girls will be leaving soon . . . ... or the colleges at which they friends in jttu* vicinity. plan to enroll. (Littlfc Joy Andrea, daughter of .he Kenneth Andreas, wns a patient at the Lutheran hospital at Fort Dodge Tuesday arid Wednesday where she underwent eye urgery. She accompanied her parents home on Thursday. Mr and Mrs Jerry Olsen find family of San Bernardino, Calif. Mrs Bertha Pornmef, Algona* spent Thursday at the hdftte at her son and family, the H4nry Loofts. ___^__ CARD OP THANKS I wish to take this way of ex* tending my sincere thanks to all who sent me cards* flowers and gifts, while I was in the hospital. Mrs Marion Stucki 36* f . 9 •Are you interested in . MUTUAL FUNDS? A balanced fund, for instance? Investors Mutual, Inc., is a balanced fund with objectives of reasonable return, preservatibn of capital.and long-term appreciation possibilities through diversified holdings of more than 500 common and preferred socks and investment quality bonds, : A common stock fund? Investors Stock Fund, Inc., offers an open end mutual fund with professional supervision of diversified securities, emphasizing common stocks.'The securities for this fund are chosen with objectives of longyterm capital appreciation possibilities and reasonable income, Canadian Investment? Investors Group Canadian Fund Ltd. is a diversified, continually managed mutual fund organized in Canada with investments in Canadian securities, seeking-" long-term growth possibilities through ,, ••;.'••• (1) Investments in companies participating in the development and expansion of Canadian natural resources, industry, • and commerce. (2)i Automatic reinvestment of all dividends and other earnings. • (3) Special tax considerations, A bond and preferred stock fund? Investors Selective Fund, Inc.—the primary objectives of this mutual fund are to provide o. reasonably stable quarterly income and to conserve the'value of the investment. . A variable pament fund? . Investors 'Varia'ble Payment Fund, Inc., is a mutual investment fund with professional supervision of diversified securities, primarily common stocks with emphasis on" growth possibilities. • "Installment type" face-amount certificates? TJjese certificates can help you accumulate money systematically over 6, 10, 15, or 20 year periods. Obtain full information in a free Investors Syndicate of America prospectus^booklet. . •• _ . \ Get descriptive prospectus-booklets on any of the above companies from': Mrs Ed Bruhn. Mr and Mrs B. G. Berkland were Friday evening dinner guests in the Swede Kalvig home at Kanawha. Virginia Berkland who has spent several days in the Kalvig home returned with her parents. Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller spent Wednesday and Thursday in the home of Mr and Mrs Carl Veer Jh and family at Rochester, Minn. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Halver- .son, Merle and Bai'bara at.t.endQ.d the Lee reunion held at Grinnell Coming Events Thursday, Sept. 10 — Depew Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club Dorothy Circle. Tuesday, Sept. 15 — Town & George Buvall Representing Algona & East half of Kossgth County CY 4-3266 Algona Stuart Lawrence Representing Algona & West half of 1 Kossuth Coyntyr. ' v > Algona CY ,4-3307 piviR5iFiip SERVICE'S, . IN& Mrs Albert Mitchell and Mrs Melvin Berkland, Karen and Marlin. The occasion was in honor of Keith Vorland's 2nd birthday. Janet Behne left Saturday, Sept. 5, for the Kahler School of Nursing in Rochester where she is enrolled. Mr and Mrs Louis McCowen and family and Glennis Finnestad of Santa Ana, Calif, have been visiting at the home or Llovd Finnestads and other relatives and friends the past few weeks. Marion. Mrs Mc- Cowpn and Glennis are daughters of the Lloyd Finnestads. Mr and Mrs George O. Jorgenson spent a .short vacation at the lakes in Northern, Minn. They also visited in the Keith Giles home in Minneapolis, Minn. Mr and Mrs Warren Jones and children were Friday evening dinner guests in the Jens Kirkc- gaard home at Graettinger. Larry Kirkegaard, a West Point Graduate, was home on-furlough from the Army Air. Mr and Mrs Calvin Vaudl and Mr and Mrs Charles Feye left Saturday morning for St. Paul, Minn,, for several days .where they attended the Minnesota State Fair. Thursday evening visitors in the home of Mrs Levon tSein- berger and boys were Mr and Mrs Gerhart Johnson of Cylinder and Mr and Mrs Henry Askland of Ames. . . Mr and Mrs Richard Stucki vacationed last week in Canada and Minnesota. • The Algona District Conference of the Methodist Church will be held Wednesday, Sept. 9, at Plover. Rev. and Mrs F. C. Preul are serving the Plover Methodist Church. Mr and Mrs Warren Jones and children were recent guests in the home of Mr and Mrs Loya, Melton at Palo. Aug. 25 and 24 Jacqueline and Gregory were guests of Mrs 'Mable Johnson. o\ Lime Springs while their parents attended the Schrnitt Vocal Music Clinic in Minneapolis. ' Mr and Mrs Hartley Aust and family of Armstrong were Sun- dat dinner and; supper, guests _m the home of Mrs I*evpn Stein- bei'ger and bpys, • '.,-, The J3t. John's Ladies Aid me i Wednesday in the' church parlors .A: Bible Quiz was conducted, on the bookXof-Joshua-. Mrs Wnl- :j?im: Jentz, Mrs Adolf Peril and "'" AS'oodrow Kraeht were host- Country Woman's Club; Virgin!; Circle. Wednesday, Sept. Circle; Nellie Circle. 16 Ella THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred 6 To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 MR. FARMER! Be Our Guest! You Are Cordially Invited To A CATTLE And P TING. ot the PLANTATION BALLROOM 8 P.M.-MONDAY, SEPT. 14 There Will Be Movies On Cattle And Sheetp And A Good Informative, Impartial Talk Oh Raw Ingredients, Vitamins and Minerals, Roughoge And Other Problems By Dick Rich ardson, Cattle & Sheep Feed Division, Farmers Elevator Service Co. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED Fentoei Co-op ESevator Fenlon, lov/a Curtis Lura, Mgr. ' (35-36) IS YOUR HEATING SYSTEM R £ V WINTER? 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