The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 15, 1959 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 15, 1959
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*«-* .* *••*'*!. Mrs Hannover Dies; Funeral At Whift emore Whiiiemore — Funeral Services for Mrs William Hannover Sr., 78, were held Saturday with a short service in the Hyink Funeral Home and at.2 p.m. in St. Paul's Lutheran church, Hev. Cleo Kautsch officiating. •• -Pallbearers were six nephews, 'Emvin Koehnecke, Andy Hermanson.^Alfred Bell, Melvin Roe- her, Duatte Hannover and James Biersledt. Burial was at St. Paul's cemetery. Marie, ('Roeber) Hannover was the daughter «f the. late Mr and Mrs August Roeber. She was born March 18, 1881 at Epslorf, Germany. In November, 1906 her parents and family ' arrived at .West-Bend and settled in Whittemore. On Nov. 26, 1909 she was united,in,,marriage to .William Hannover. >iThey were the* parents of three children, Rudolph, William .Jr.- and .Lucinda, Mrs Alfred • Bierstedt, Whittemore. She leaves to, mourn her death her hubsand, , two. Sons 1 and a daughter, 11 grandchildren', and a great-grandchild,, two sisters, Mrs William Koehnecke, Sheldon, arid, Emma ! Rbefoer,. Whittemore and two brothers Williarri'"a'nd August Roeber, Whittemore. , ;v ' \ Mrs* Hannover had been ailing for the past four years aiid on Sept.'4 suffered-a stroke which; left her bedfast. She, seemed to rally and was taken-to the Gdod Samaritan Rest ; H6me Sept. 22 where she died Oct. 8: She \vas a charter member of the Ladies Aid Society.. ; ' -. . ...•; ; • -• < Pamela Weisbrod At Morningside Pamela Marie Weisflbrod, daughter of Mf and Mrs Dale Weis* t>rod of Fenton, Io»wa, has enrolled for her freshman year at Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa. The college offers bachelors degrees in arts, science, ifmsic and music education and is fully accredited by the North Central Association of colleges and Secondary Schools and other national and state agencies including the National Association for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. • - Mr and Mrs Paul Pbtratz" have moved into the former Henry Hahn house. , Mr and. Mrs Lawrenbe;,Meyer had as .guests • Sunday --in i HonoV of their irifarit daughter, Joanne Louise's baptismal Sunday, Mrs Anna Dau, Mr and Mrs George Meyer, grandparents, Mary Ann Meyer, Mrs Hugo Meyer and Mr Erwin Bruhn were the sponsors. ' Richard Hanson; son of Mrs Pearl" Hanson of Whittemore, left New York, Sept. 22 with a group of 25 farmers and their wives on a farming tour to Russia. . arjd other European countries. Hanson is editor' of Successful Far-m-' ing. " v T Gene Maahs of the Iowa Farm Bureau's staff and son- of Mr'and Mrs Edward Maahs , of. Whittemore was 'elected to the? board of directors of thte Iowa Industrial Editors Association at Keokuk Sept. 19. -Mr and Mrs Gerald-Ollorn of Algona, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz, Mr and Mrs .Herfrtan, Voigt Mrs Arthur Heidenwi£h and Dorothy Rosendahl, helped v Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith celebrate her birthday Tuesday evening.' A number of relatives gathered at the home of Mi* and Mrs Herman Voigt Wednesday evening to celebrate the -'birthday :'o'f ; 'Mf! Voigt; Present weCe 3Jrlrj8f.nd.Mr* ttarold Voigt, Rosella Voigt, .-Me arid Mrs Gerald Ollbtn of Algona Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mi and Mrs Milton' Espe and boys Mr. and Mrs'Raymond Voigt and f attjily, Mrs Arthur tteidenwithi I Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl and Kay. Frances. - Members of St. Paul's Ladies. Aid ; Society held their! regular meeting Thursday ini the church. Five.; new members j o i a.e d. They are Mrs Shirley. Schultz> Mrs Anna Schultz, Mrs Gordon Struecker, Mrs Willis Struecker and Mrs Roland Ostwald. Mrs George'Meyer entertained the South Side card club at .he* home_ Monday evening. -Mrs Harry :Schrrieling won. high,; Mrs Anna Baas'low; ad Mrs .Henry Wichtendahl travel. The Neighborhood club met at the Sterling Simonson home Thursday: Mrs Leo Elbert wort h.igh, Mrs. George Winkel low; Mrs Simon EUper-t door prize and Mrs Frank Spilles travel. , Pamela Marie: Maahs, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Willis Maahs of West Union, was baptized at the Sunday morning'ser- vice 'by s,the Revt.' Clep Kautsch, local pastor of St."Paul's' Lutheran, church. Her sponsors were Mr and Mrs Ronnie Pettit. The, .W-alther , League Rally .was held Sunday, with, a meeting in^SU Paul's Lutheran school 'ahc a vesper service, in St.'Paul's churdh. • Prices of newsprint shared sky- high during 1 the, Civil* Wai\ T "JOHN PAUL JONES" With Robert Stack F! GIANT DOUBLE ATTRACTION! SATURDAY MATINEE STARTS AT 1 >>N, P.M. -••--MQ - > •*•», ? DAVi D o. EL.ZN i cKs ADVENTURES E.M.Jensens Observe 40th At Lone Rock Lone Rock — Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen celebrated their , 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, Oct. 11. Guests present were Mr and Mrs Stanley Howe and Mr and Mrs Wm. Mull of Muscatine, Jerry Jensen of Iowa City, Mr and Mrs Donald Jensen nnd David of Hackensack, Minn., Mr and Mrs A. H. Henttingsen of Ames and Mr and Mrs Honas Osher of Truman, Minn. A birthday party honoring Delores Ncwbrough Was held m her home with Mae Quinn, Martha Peterson, Esther Flaig, Mary LoU Marlow, Mrs Roy Ennen nnd Jannelte Dreyer as guests. Mr and Mrs Jim Marlow and family were Sunday guests in the Dick Dallman home at Algona. Mr and Mrs Henry Woodwick Jr. and family of Rake wore Sunday guests in. the Ortwin Tietz home. » .Mrs Harvey Larson' attended guest day at the Doan church Thursday. * Mr and Mrs Harvey Larsen, ttended the silver wedding an- liversary of Mr and Mrs Chester 3ills at LuVerno, held in the VIoose hall in'Algona. Mr and Mrs H. A. Holmgren ttended ! the, funeral- Wednesday >!. Mrs Tedmar Lee, a cousin of Vtrs Holmgren: Mrs Lee lived on a. farm near Bradgate with her vusband. j Mrs Everett Hanna was among Women of the county who attended the tour of the Amana colonies' recently. '' Mrs Hanna attended a shower for Mrs'Marvin Simpson n the Presbyterian church at Algona. Sunday afternoon callers in the Lillie Thompson home were Mr and Mrs Win. Drayton of Algona. Mr and Mrs Everett Harmes and children of Mason City were Sunday callers in the Owen Berhow home. Ruth Krueger is: spending the week with the P. M. Christensens. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris- were guests in the Jack Johnson home at Cowrie recently. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and David, Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard and Eugene Blanchard were Sunday callers in the A. D. Newbrough home. Arnold Lieb, Louise .and Ella visited in the Emma Dreyer home at- Algona.- Leona .and Alfred Meyer of Whittemore were also callers in the Dreyer home. Dick Bierle went to Gretna Louisiana to find work there.. Mr and Mrs M. O. vRlchardi went- 1 to Fairmont to Attend the opent* houses of ;• Mr*.. ahdKMrs Harris.'""" '* '*: w "' .''""f*w Mr and Mrs Henry Scheppmann of Algona were Sunday evening callers in the Ben Schmidt home Mr and Mrs Harry Kurtz of Lak< Mills, Wis. visited Wednesday ev ening in the Ben Schmidt home Other callers were Gene Blanchards, Gordon Hutchinsons, Fritz Newbroughs, Mr and Mrs Martin Meyer and Linda of Burt, Leo Schmidts and Fred Schmidts. An anniversary party, honoring Mr and Mrs Ortwin Tietz of Lotts Creek, was held in their home with many guests present. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Bob Ostwald of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Ray Zwiefel of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Ray Tietz of Spirit Lake, Mr and Mrs Roy Chrischilles of Fenton, Mr and Mrs James Voigt of Algona, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Art Mathers and Arlenc 6* fen- ton, Mr and Mrs Webber Yager and Mrs Emma Rlemers of Fen°Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard Went to Ames Sunday to visit in the Delbert Bienchard home. Mary Genrich nnd Mary FIftig attended a fall conference for the American Legion auxiliary at Webster City Sunday. Mrs Qen- rich attended a district meeting lor rural letter carriers in the Ringsted Presbyterian church. Mrs Lucille Soncs of Sioux Rapids, daughter of Mrs Maude Blanchard, called in Mrs Blanchard's home Monday. Mr and Mrs Chet Alme of Ottosen were Sunday guests in the home of Mrs Blanchard. The Birthday CiUb met Thursday in the homo of Mrs Blanchard. The group honored Mrs Esther Flaig's birthday. i Sunday dinner guests in ReV. nnd Mrs Nordinc's home were Mr nnd Mrs LeRoy Brass. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn went to.Boone Saturday to visit with Mr and Mrs James Thul and .their new daughter. Jean Marie Was born to Barbara and James Thul Oct. 9. The little hiiss weighed 6 Ibs., 10 ozs. , „ • The October meeting of the Lively Rockets was held at the home of Janet Hnmrherstrom. New officers were elected: pres, t — • Judy Hammerstrom; vice-pros. — jjtiwn Scnultz; secretary-treasurer — Jo Ann McCleish; historian •— LaVonne Thompson; reporter — Alexis Rutlcdge; librarian — Janet Hammerstrom; photographer — Mollie Blanchard. Lunch was served by the hostess. .The regular janitors meeting wns held Oct. 10 in the Lone Rock school, with Mr nnd Mrs Roger Long as hosts. A pot-hick supper wns held and ft business meeting followed, tiuests present were Mr nnd .Mrs Clifford Abbas of Burt. Mr nnd Mrs John Snnthoff of Gilmore City, Mr nnd Mrs Erl Abbas of Bode, Mr nnd Mrs Bon Potter of Algona, Mr mid Mrs Kenneth Brayton of Algomi, Mr and Mrs Olnf Oftedahl of Sontrnl, Mr nnd Mrs Robert Fisher of non- wick nnd Mr Fred Goodrhild of Mallard. Mr and Mrs Art Priobe, Joel and Billy attended the Ire Follies fit DPS Molnes Sunday. Mr and Mrs Roger .Potrnl?. were parents of n daughter born Oel 8 at Estlierville. The little miss weighed 7 Ibs,, 3 o?.s. nnd has boon named Lori Rne. The grandparents are Mr nnd Mrs Amos Finnestnd of Forilon, und Mr nnd Mi\s Alvin Potrnlz. Marilyn Bollinger, who luis been working in DCS Moines spent the weekend in the honu of her parents, Mr and Mrs Clnii Bollinger. Mr and Mrs Dale Bnxter of Al gona visited in the homo of Dole' parents, Mr nnd Mrs Leslie Btixte Sunday, Mrs Leslie Baxter recently visited with her brother, Ivan Wulk- cr, ttt Long Prairie, Minn. Mrs Ethel McChesney of Vim Nuys, C.'ilif,, arrived Oct. 1 for n visit in the Mrs Amanda Pettit home. Mrs Glenn Householder, Mrs Ethel McChesncy, and Alton Pettit recently visited in the Glenn Householder home near Hncken- sac'k, Minn. Mr nnd Mrs Jim Long nntl Mrs Rnlph Thompson nltendw.1 a fiOth anniversary reception for Mr nnd Mrs Dnn Harris of Marion, S.D. Thursday, Oef. 15, 1959 ' Algona (lfl.) Upft»f Pat Phone CY 4-3535 - Your Newspaper GURTJURGEN8 SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY MAYBRITT ,, THE GENUINE Shatterproof Flexible Long-Lasting Protects walU behind ilovtt, ilnkt. labtti, Barn, Poultry and Hog Hout* Wlndowi. —•36 Inches wide — Also in 28" & 48" widths Chair Cov*t», Garmtnl Dogi, Shewor CMrtalnt, ANGEL? She was the excitement he had never known,,, and for the first time since the day he was born.., he awakened in a woman's arms... with THEODORE BIKEL Directed by EDWARD DMYTRYK Screenplay by NIGEL BALCHIN COLOR by DE LUXE STEREOPHONIC - PLUS Color Cartoon 22 E. State As Advertised in Farrh and Home Section COAST - To -COAST STORE Algona CY 4-4432 ALGONA CONTINUOUS SHOW SUNDAY FROM 1 P.M. TOM'S Televiews £} eo^Br-pCHNlCOfePR U>R inf^ ; r^^f^-^,'— wv * : "h; ^R v *??, % ^*i ; -r> *A-y<^ v >,<#'<>i li <.' • * v PLUS FULL LENGTH COLOR CARTOON FEATURE! ^mmm MHV wpwrOTr ^* ^pr- vm~v JIB'*.* *r* —-— —5 TECHNICOLOR* EXTRA SPECIAL! SAT. MAT. AT 1 COAST.TO-COAST STORE PRESENTS: "QUIZ KIDS STAGE SHOW" FREE PRIZES AND THEATRE TICKETS. TO THE WINNERS! ON OUR SCREEN "THE ADVENTURES OF TOM SAWYER" AND "QUIUVER'S TRAVELS" PLUS 6 COtOR CARTOONS ! ALL THIS AT NO INCREASE IN PRICES Along with the fine advances made by RCA in color television, nd rightly so, there are many new cabinet designs for 1960. Perhaps one of the most beau- iful is the 1960 "Hillsborough" lideaway TV, It looks, when losed, like a modern Hying room able. Fold back part of the top and a TV swings up out of its compartment. We could not come near .displaying- all the wonderful new :ICA teleyision models, but. we lave a few on hand, and will be glad to order any particular set fou might find in an RCA catalog. Just got a shipment of table model radios in last week, including a few clock-radios. If you don't enjoy arising in the morning, maybe you should get one, and awaken to music, Conductor Leonard Bernstein's first Sunday afternoon concert for this fall-winter season will be shown on CBS a,week from Sun day, Oct. 25, It will be a tape from his Russian tour with the York Philharmonic. THAT'S WQH'»'.» For the answer to your TV and Radio Problems, tune in (112 Moore —• CY 4-3260). TOM'S RADIO & TV Presenting the completely new The car of your life for the time of your life I There have never been so many new advances ... in any single year ... as there are in the new Chrysler for 1960, New Ideas in Styling, Bold, strong grille, Graceful rear deck, Clean lines sheathed in Lustre-Bond ... the hardest automotive finish known. New Ideas in Convenience. Chrysler offers automatic Swivel Seats ... pushbutton controls. Three-dimensional AstraDome houses instruments, New Ideas in Comfort. The driver's seat has been raised , , , padded with extra foam rubber. There's more leg, knee, hip and head room, New Ideas in Reliability, Body and frame are built as g single, rattle-free Unibpdy, Stronger, quieter, roomier. .A new dipping process locks rust out of vital areas, Get toucfang close to this neto Chrysler soon. Compare its fresh beauty with other cars. See how Chrysler has actually built in more room while other ^cars continue to be cramped. Then take it out on the road and have time of your New AstraDome Control Center, Three-dimensional dome projects instruments toward the driver ,.. makes them easy to read. At night, new Panelescent lighting gives reflection-free illumination. This is Chrysler's greatest , lion-hearted, This new Swivel Seat is Automatic?. Open the door and the seat swings out to greet you automatically! When you leave the car it automatically swings inside. Chrysler'f High-Tower seat adds driver comfort, . CHRYSLER CHRY5UR DIVISION, CQ8P98AH9N J. & L MOTORS • 105 N, Hall, Algona, Iowa

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