The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 22, 1959 · Page 6
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 6

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 22, 1959
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<V *» f' 4"**"* a^Algoftti fla.)_Upggjg! Burt Juniors Will Present PI ay Oct. 30 fhurtday, Oct. 23, 19S9 Burt — The junior class of the Burt school will present the play, "The Ready-Made Family" on Friday, Oct. 30. Following is the cast: Judy Marlow, Norman Carlson, Jean Stevens, Cheryl Lovstad, Linda Leason, Joe McGuire, Margaret Keith, Larry Olson, Marsha Dremmel, Jerry Lee Peterson and Jay Hoppus. 'Undergoes Surgery Mrs VanSteenbergc and Mrs Lawrence ChipTnan went to low? City Tuesday where the former underwent surgery in the University hospital on Wednesday. Mrs ' Chipman will remain a few days with her mother. •Mr* R. L. Moore entertained members of the Jolly Ten Club at her home Oct. 15 The occasion was her birthday. She was given a gift from the group SVlr and Mrs George Kocstler were honored recently by a group parly at the Lutheran Church on their silver wedding anniversary. The program was as follows: group singing, address by Rev. SchultE; several poems were read; singing by the junior members; and Mrs Henry Schrooder. president of the Lutheran Aid. presented the Koestlers with a gift. Lunch was served, with • Mrs Schultz pouring. Mrs Wilfred Chafee underwent surgery at St. Ann Hospital, Algona, last week and is mv Pt The* 8 'Young Adults of tho Lutheran church had a hay ride and weiner roast last Sunday evening. Eight couples attended. They were Rev. and Mrs Schultz, the Harley Hansens, Wm. Holm- •seths, Raymond Lavrenz, Eugene Meyers, David D. Millers, Harold Rei'mers and the Jim Woltz. Mrs E,rwin Schwietert spent Wednesday and Thursday at Clear Lake and visited her sister, Miss Elsie Baum, who is at the Good Samaritan Rest Home tllGTG Surprising Mrs Estel Rentz, women of her neighborhood went in her home Thursday afternoon taking well filled lunch baskets. The time was spent visiting and a gift was given the honoree. Mr and Mrs Rentz left Monday for Florida where they plan to maka their home. , Attending Thursday were Mesdarnes Roy Clark, Ray Hoppus, Roy Johnston, Roland Lavrenz, G: ;O. McFarland^ Don Patterson and Louis- Riedel. Mrs Martha Meyer of LuVernq ' is now at the Maple Leaf Rest Home in Burt: Recent visitors at the G. O, McFarland home were Mr and » Mrs Russell Fuller and children of Appleton, and Mrs Zada Fuller of Webster City. Weekend guests at the Don iPatterson home wert Mr and Mrs Robert Newcomto of Toledo Ohio, Mr and Mrs John Waters and Mrs Elsie Johnston of Des The Burt Woman's Club held a, meeting Oct. 19 at the home of Esther and Ruth Hodgson, with Elsie Lockwood assisting hostess. The club theme for the year is An American Rhapsody, and for this meeting was public affairs. A song was sung by Helen Smith.' Ruth Alice Patterson reviewed a ' book and a film was shown. A Book Fair is being planned for the Burt Public Library for the last week in October. Many books of interest to adults will be on display, as well as some 500 new books for children and junior readers. Col/Hi White, Ex-Algoncm, Gets High Army Honor FORT KNOX. KY. — Col. Hiram B. White, of Algona, Iowa, was awarded the Army Corn- tnendation Ribbon with Meta Pendant by Maj. Gen. W. Paul Johnson, commanding general US Army Armor Center. For Knox. Ky.. at ceremonies, thi week on the eve of the Colonel departure for assignment, m Ko rea Colonel White had served a Staff Judge Advocate for th Armor Center since Novembe ' The decoration was awarded for his outstanding service during the period of 19 November 1957 until 12 October 1959. Seneca Man's Mother Passes; Funeral Held LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Biglnejs Mrs Arthur Ramus, daughter Mrs Darlenc Luchsengnr and children of Des Moines visited relatives and friends here bat- urday. , ,,.. George Marty of Mason City was a visitor here Friday. Mrs Kate Barton went Thursday to Fort Dodge to visit her daughter the Dwight Hardgrovt family. nominee Thomas of St Paul, Minn., spent the weekend with nis parents, Mr and Mrs Bert DWight and son Danny of Council Bluffs were weekend visitors with her parents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Miller family. . »- ** Guests Sunday m the Henry Kubly home were Mr and Mrs Peter Ruberg of Fort Dodge»JWrs Emma Kubly and Mrs Cora Burk of Remviok. " , Pete Farmakis spent the week end in Chicago visiting his mother, Mrs Helen Farmakis. Mrs Frances McVay and Ricky of Algona visited her parents Mr arid Mrs Clif Richardson Wed- nes. MM TTiotma Mathesrtn of oceanside, Calif, visited Sun* day to Tuesday with Mr and Mrs Richardson. Sunday guests itt the Richardsofc home were Ms sisters, Mr arid Mrs Clareticfe Snrensen, of Clarion* and Mr and Mrs Kay White of Goldfteld. Mr and Mrs DeRay Lit* ty and family of Masort City were Sunday guests in the parental Harry r Jack McClellan « tended the funeral for her grand fa'her Warren Hayes in Webster C! ,Mr and Mrs Laurel Sefttley and children of Fairfidd visited her father Phtt and Mrs Lichty Saturday and Sunday. Mrs Afina Hanselmaft was dred with a dinner ott the casiofl of hqr. birthday Sunda the home ef he/daughter. 1 Mr and Mrs Haiiey Christe..-— at feathervitle. Also attending were her sons, the LeBoy anc Earle Hanselnian families of Iiu Vefrte* : All of her children, grand and great grandchildren were present but, two granddaughters, Laura Chrisiertseft, teacher at Wheaton, 111. and And rey Hanselfnahf Student at .*.*.• • * ^ m — ._ j. T^ViF*^ son, Mr aft8 Mrs /erfy Wolf. Lti* Verne, Mr and Mrs Wilbur sie and family of Sunday guests in the Mrs Eli2|» beth Klasfeie homfe in Rfetfwiek. The occasiori was the observance of the birthday of Mrs Kiassie. Earl Bettering sMrtt tHe weekend . at Paola, Kahsas oft business t . _.„. Kanning oi Ghurdan were Sunday victors I with-his sister, the 1 Wiffiam IClawitter family and her brother eluded and she made the decorated cake for her grandmothfetx Mr and Mrs Bernard Wolf, Kelliflg, Wolf, lesson Bdwta Hate h«d introduced Mrs K« Fort DodgS Luthfetett. ofcn C. ^remained with him. JtojagMjj •Dudley Blesie and! Wiga See oi Petewot., Minn. ortrtt StifldAy to Visit her' lather, Johft Hdfc, Sr. Other callers vrere Mr AM Mrs Gilbert. Heftf, CrysWl Lake: Mr and Mrs .WalterL. Heft: of -finit; Judy Hefti x>f Mason City' Mr and Mrs Albert Renniger and Mr and Mrs Henry Kubly, LuVeme. Seneca — Funernl service wore held in the Christian church at EsthcrvMlc Friday afternoon for Roy Klein's mother, Mrs Bar bara Klein, 89, who died at th Good Samaritan home at Esther ville last .Monday following a. lengthy illness. Funeral arrangements were delayed pending the arrival of a son,'Harry, from Edwards, Gal. The pastor, Rev. Trubar, had charge of the service. _ Casket bearers were six grandsons. Survivors include six sons, Roy of Fenton; George of Devils Lake, North Dakota; Andrew of Osceola; Henry of Estherville; Ott of Estherville and Harry of Edwards, Calif.; two daughters Mrs Ralph Cummins of Aim- strong and Mrs Albert Richards of Wallingford. The American Newspaper Publishers' Association was founded in 1887 The Blakjer-Nazareth Luther League met at the Blak ier church parlors Sunday eve ning. The Nazareth group, o young people presented the pro gram while the local group hac charge of recreation and serve refreshments. Mrs Martin Oleson of Rmgste spent Thursday and Friday wit her sister, Mrs Ole Pedersen. Mr and Mrs Charles Beave and Mrs Henry Wllberg attend ed the funeral of Mrs Barbai Klein at Estherville Friday. Mr and Mrs Ray Klein atten ed h fartiily. get-together, Sunda evening at. the Ralph Cummi home at Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Larry Swenson and son Terry of RadcUHe w.ere last weekend visitors at the parental Russell Kaufftnan home. 5 Mr and Mrs Alfred Petersen, Dorothy and Alyce attended the wedding of a niece, Patricia Hanson, daughter of the August Hansons, at St. Paul's Lutheran church- at Ringsted Oct. 18 _at 2-30 p.m. Mrs Kenneth Hack-, barth, Algona, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Mr and Mrs Jack Looft f>nd Tommy of Rochester and Mrs Bertha Pommer of Algona were weekend guests at the Henry Looft home. Mr and Mrs G«mt De Waard of Wesley were Sun- dav afternoon callers. Mr and Mrs, Donald Wiltoerg and Dennis of Fairmont were Sunday evening callers at the parental Martin Wilberg home. Janice Osborn, student at Manka-to Business College, Margaret Nielsen, student at Waldorf College Forest City, and Marilyn Johannesen, who attends .Augus- tana College at Sioux Falls, spent the weekend at their respective homes and also attended the wedding of a classmate, Susan Breese and Fred Erickson. Case I At Consumer 6 Oz. Jar HAPPY HOSt SEEDLESS . -• * •••' . A Case of 24 FLAV-O-RITE CHOC. CHERRIES Box49c IMBMMMM TRUCKLOAD North Dakota POTATOES Pontiacs or Cobblers $ FIG BARS 2 Lb. Bag 49c DATES 2Lb.Bag49c 50 Free Green Stamps Frozen Foods HAPPY HOST Lb. Ita Jonathan APPLES. ..4lbs.29c BANANAS.. —.4 Lbs.39c Cream MMMOMB>« French Fries Stokely's frozen CHOICE BLADE CUTS EEF ROAST All Excess Fat and Bone Removed Here - Not On Yourjable n«rr i 11v* • . . < ( ^^ ^^ ^^ Qfeeri Be^ns $ 2.89 Case of 24- i " IrS CORN Case of 24 — JOAN OF ARC Red Kidney Beans 2.98 Case of 24 - 50 Free Green Stamps VELVEETA CHOICE I VtLVWMM. Rib Steak CHEESE Ask For Special Thick Cuts Lb. my ABJF ow*. . . 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