The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 30, 1961 · Page 15
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We*ley Youth's Eye Injured Ball Wetley - Gary Osterc&mp, small son of Mr and Mrs George Ostercamp suffered an injures eyeball when struck by an ley snow ball Sunday, March 19 while playing at the, Orville Wei» land home. His parents took him to Mason City three times during the week for expert care and 11 is thought his sight would not be imparied. Mrs Ed Farnum and children of Shenandoah 1 spent the weekend _at her parental P. C. Haynes home; •••••• \.-Wayne Vitzthum, small son of Mf and Mrs Mike Vitzthum, was a guest in the home of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs George Ricke, Thursday and Friday of last week. Vitzthums accompanied by Mr and Mrs George Vitzthum Jr. of Irvmgtort, attended the sports Show in Des Moines. Mike and Cindy, small son and daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard RicKe of St. Benedict, spent Saturday with their grandparents, the" George Rickes. The young coUple. were., called to Minneapolis by the serious illness of her father, Joe Smith of Elmor'e, Minn who is .in a University hospital. The Smiths 'are former Wesleyans. , v ?.-.;. Sunday 'guests in. the George Ricke home'we're-Mr and Mrs Arnold 'Stufflick and family of Kanawha, Mr & Mrs Dan Froeh- ;lich and Mr and Mrs Wilbur Daley of St. Benedict. Thursday guests Were Mrs Edal Kohlhaas, Rose Scanlan and Mrs Karl Hoffman of Algona and Mr and Mrs Dan Froehlioh and Mr and Mrs John Muehe. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Flom artd children of Hastings,,Minn, came Saturday for a weekend visit With relatives here. Mr and Mrs Harold Hornbuckle "and' son Richard of. Waterloo Were weekend guests in the Francis Pfeffer home. The wo- ,men are sisters. : ,Mr and Mrs Derwin Kuenles and children moved last week from the Joe Miller apartment Aouse to Fairmont, Minn; He had been employed by R. E. Newbrough on his trucking line. Mr and Mrs Wilfred Betker and family were Sunday guests in the Willie Becker home at St. Benedict. The men are twin brothers. Mr and Mrs George Goetz and family had as SUflday dinfter guests theif daughter and family. Mr .and Mrs Frank Kisch and SHeiia of Algdftk and Mrs Helen Johnson. Mr and Mrs Edward Johnson tooK his brotner, Joe Johnson tb Veterans hospital in.Des Moines Thursday of last week.,Joe Will have further surgery. District Supt. Dr. H. G. DaWes Of Spencer talked at the Methodist church Sunday morning and in the afternoon lie conducted quarterly conferences at both Wesley and Frame Center churcnes. Mis Edward Arend and Mrs Darrell Arend of St. Benedict were Thursday visitors of ivU'S Jiia Garman. Sunday dinner guests of the Rev. Jones family were the Rev. and Mrs H. G. Dawes of Spertcer and Mr and Mrs Henry Larson 01 l£agle Grove. \ Mass in St. Josephs Catholic church on Holy Thursday, will be 6t 7:30 p.m. On Good Friday services will begin at 1 p.m. On SB- turday, the Easter vigil services Will begin at 8 p.m. Masses Easter Sunday will be at 7 and 8 a.m. The American Legion Auxiliary Will meet Thursday evening, April 6 . The Christian Mothers Will meet Tuesday evening April 4. The infant born March 11 to Mr and Mrs. Franklin Bode was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Rev. Phillips and named Patricia Ellen. Mr and Mrs 'Kenneth Haverly .Were sponsors for their niece. Mrs Erling Flom arrived home Sunday ' from/ Aurora, Colo.- where she visited her daughter Sandra, now Mrs Wayne Lybarger, her husband and their first child, Bradley Wayne, born recently. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch , The Portland Social Club met March 23 at the home of Mrs Ben Lampe in Bancroft. Mrs Clifford Young had charge of the program of games and contests. Mrs Elvira Chnstensen anc? Mrs Billy Christensen won prizes. Mrs Wendell Christensen had the .surprise number. Lunch was served by 'the hostess at the close of the meeting. The next meeting will be April 13 in the home of Mrs Tony Jandl. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern and Vincent • Govern visited at the Milton Farrow home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Clifford Young ,!nr, -i THANKS TO THE BUSINESSMEN OF THIS AREA WHO CO-OPERATED BY DONATING MONEY AND MERCHANDISE FOR OUR RECENT 10-COUNTY DINNER AND MEETING IN ALGONA. National Farmers Organization OF KOSSUTH COUNTY 13 vtic FARMERS ELEVATOR MUTUAL INSURANCE CO. DES MOINES, IOWA TERRY CHRISTENSEN AS AUTHORIZED LOCAL AQENT FOR ALGONA AND VICINITY Farmer* Elevator Mulwal Insurance Company offcrf y<H» a complete line of Auto, fwm liability, J.'|re snd Ho$ptt«l»a»tt<M» Hns«ran«, Ask FPMIC'S representative In yw community to t*ptein hpw Iw SM w ve 3 present tafurwuc «ov»ragM, TERRY AW9NA, IQWA CY 4-4586 were Wednesday supper guests in the home of Mrs Mary Kain. "Mi's Jaek Tteman attended Birthday dlub Thursday in the home of Mrs Ella Meyer., Mr and Mrs' Hubert Govern, Darlene and Ray of Ledyard, Mr arid Mrs Milton Farrow and Barbara of Lakota, Mr and Mrs Gene Nilson of Winnebago, • Minn, and Mr artd Mrs. iDuane Murphy, Becky and Mona of Blue Earth were Sunday dinner guests at the Lawrence and Vincent Govern hortie. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms. Mary, Nprma and David were Thursday evening supper guests in the Bill Champion Jr. home in'Algona. Mrs Minnie Sperriiig came from Fort Dodge Friday and will spend a few days in the home 01 her daughter, Mrs Bernard Phelps. Mr and Mrs P. W, Marlo'w and family, Mrs Clara MaHow and Mr and Mrs Clyde Bristow, all of Burt, Mr and Mrs Paul Olson of Blue Earth, Mr and Mrs L'adel Olson .of Minneapolis, Mrs Jentz of Fenton, Mrs Eric Seegebarth of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Larry Holding and family ot Burt were "guests at a confirmation dinner in the Richard Bris- toW home in honor of Eddie Bristow. " Mrs Edmund Larsen accom* panied Mrs Effie Teeter to Fairmont Friday where they met Donna Teeter, who has been going to school at Mankato. Irene Bjustrom visited in the Edmund Larsen home Saturday. Mr and Mrs Pat Puttkamer of Alden and Mr and Mrs Bill Champion and family of Algona were Sunday dinner guests in the Jesse Harms home. Mr and Mrs Albert Harms and family were afternon Visitors. Mr and Mrs Roy Petersen and Steven of Fe'nton were Sunday Visitors in the Donald Ringsdorf home. • Mr and Mrs Bud Tienan of Ventura were Saturday evening Slipper guests,- in' the home of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy arid Tie- nan brothers. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsen Visiteil in the Al Hinckley home in Burt. Mr • Hinckley Was home for the week end. He went back Sunday; afternoon and 'hopes to be home to stay in four or five weeks. Mr, and Mrs Forbus Stiltz Gregory and David :of Livermort were Sunday evening visitors in the Ray Fitch home. Mrs Earl Miller of Algonr visited Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Jim Ilubcr anr" Gary" were evening visitors of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy and Tie- nan brothers. • Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle were Thursday evening visitors in th'e Edmund Larsen home. Mr and.Mrs Robert Seefeld and Brett were ..gunday! stopper in the Donald "Ringsdorf home. M£ and Mrs Clarence Christensen and Mr- and Mrs Ronald Ortman and family were Sunday evening visitors in the Edmund Larsen home. Mr and Mrs Stanley Ruse and Leroy, Mrs >Victor- Fitch and Judy, Korene Fitch and James Smith of Ames, Mr, and Mrs Timer Harms and family and Mr and Mrs Arthur Mix ana family We're 1 Sunday visitors .in the, George Hix home* ' • , • Swea Girl Is Shower Honoree Swea Ea§U •— Dorothy Gos,- senbcrger was guest of honor el a pre-nuptial shower at the hflmft of her parents, Key. and Mrs WW. Gossenbei'ger March 1?. Mrs Walter Peterson was hostess to the affair.'.About 30 friends Were present. . ,, Mrs Cty.de Larson led devotions. G&mes Were played for entertainment. The «!ft table Waf decorated in the Easter theme Mrs Clyde' Larson, Marilyn Me- Blwee and Nancy Peterson assisted in serving the lunch. Miss Gossenberger received m a n J- lovely gifts. Miss Gossenberaer will'be mar ried to Gail Burk April 1 al Goodland, Kansas. Welcome Parly Friends and relatives held « surprise welcome party for Mi. and Mrs Michael Kennedy, Who moved from Fairmont to the Joe Kennedy farm. Present to enjoy an evening of "500" were the Leo Guerdet.s, Douglas Guerdets, Earl Prestons, Don Kennedys, Jim Kennedys, Francis Sullivans, Gene Bolligs, Leo Crowleys, Floyd Brekkes, and Mr Joe Kennedy of Fairmont. Guests brought pot luck lunch. Mr and Mrs Floyd Brekke and Mr and M'rs Ralph Gengler of Whittemore drove to Des Moines recently to visit the women's sister, the Edgar Wilkinsons. Ricky, 4 year old son of the Floyd Brekkes, underwent a tonslllectomy at the Holy family Hospital, Estherville, Friday morning. He was an overnight patient there. 1 'Mrs Dettmef Theifipsoh, north Kossuth chairman, and Mrs Maryin Larson county case finder, attended the Tuberculosis and Health Association Spring luncheon at Algona Saturday* North Kossuth township arid town chairman present were Mrs Selmer Uhr, Mrs Lyle Patterson, Buffalo Center, Mrs Roy Uthof, .Fenton, Mrs Henry Looft, Fen ton, Mrs Lanee Reibhoff, Burt, Mrs Philip Inman, Bancroft, Mrs Henrietta Dontje, Ledyafd and Mrs Rueben Leudtke, -Fenton. MB and Mrs Charles Newel of Fenton spent Sunday at the Truman Johnson hoifte. Mrs Mervin^ Johnson, Lewis and Kandis spent Monday at the home of Mrs Cora StQw at Burl. Mrs Cecil Godfredsott artd Mrs W. E. Stow of Humboldt were other guests there. Mr and Mrs William Vance ot Fairmont became the parents of a son, born March 14, weighing 8 pounds and 6 ounces. Mrs Vance is the former Pat Smith. Mrs Floyd Smith is a grandmother of the new boy. 24 Kindergarten Students Signed Up At Bancroft Bancroft — The kindergarten roundup was held at the Bancroft public school on Friday afternoon, March 17. The mothers attended the meeting which was conducted by Mrs. Mabeline Lovstad, kindergarten teacher, Miss Hayden, county nurse and Mrs Kiilsholm, county elementary consultant. The following children were registered for the fall kindergarten classes, which will be the Find It fast in the YELLOW PAGES of your phone book, You can squeeze six into a phone booth ...or into one of the small compacts if you want to seat six adults . in comfort ...you need the all-purpose compact, * Rambler Classic, the onjy compact for six 6-footers Rambler Classic Custom Six qr V-8 rr same fia this yeftf — twe meeting on alternate days: Barbara Jean AccutSo, Patrick fiauef, William Boever, KeVln Carpenter, Craig Cayler, Susah Coyne, Susan Delperda'ng, Pnt- ricla Diers, Lisa Dixon, Jean Marie Dudding, Gary Elsbecker, Mary fillen Fricks, Jean Mario Hamilton, Kathy Inmuri, Sidney Karels, Philip Marlow, Harriet We'nke, Monica Murray, Sharon Memmers, Jo Anne Oliver, Mitchelle Sehr&tidt, Steven Shillington, Geffrey Welp artd Lori Welp. - It'Will be greatly appreciated if those who-have not 'registered will do so in the next Week. - Charles, Kenneth and Clarence McGuire and Kenneth Bergman Spent Monday at Austin, Minn, where they visited their nephew James Doocy who has been hospitalized for several weeks with a fractured ankle. Mrs Bess Connelly visited relatives in Algona from Wednesday until Saturday. EGG Mrs Herman Stendcl of Waukon recently gathered an odd shaped egg from her flock. The egg, shaped much like a seal, hid a rough shell with marks which could be taken for the face of an animal. CEILING TILE You don't have to b« a Handy- Andy to do a perfect job of installing acoustical iile on an old or new ceiling. We'll tell you the easy way and we'll get you stalled tight, For quietness and beauty, there's nothing like an acoustical ceiling. Come In soon and see the many new designs for every room in your home. Use our budget plan. 3RCNSON BLD'G. SERVICE N. Hwy. 18 Algona Thursday, March'_ 90, t$6t Algona (la.) Upper Das Linda Weber Of Bancroft Rates I, Speech Meet Bancroft — Linda Wcbor. daughter of Dr. and Mrs R. E Weber, a senior • at Swea City Community high school, received a I rating on her dramatic reading at the high school speech finals held at Atlantic Saturday. Dr. and Mrs Weber, Linda and John also attended the basketball tournament, at Des Moines Friday and Saturday. Teaching Contracts All Bancroft public school teachers were offered contracts ul the meeting of the Bancroft public school board last week. They arc Mrs Raymond Lovstad, kin dcrgarten, Collette Kockler, lower grades, Mrs Mabel Clnbaugli, upper grades. Engagement Announced Mr and Mrs Florean Hellman announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Evelyn, to Alfred Ju* liua Jr., son of Mr and Mrs Alfred Julius Sr., Buffalo Center. The wedding will be April" 22 St. Johns Catholic Church, Bancroft. Mary Jacobs entered St. Ann hospital, Algona, for medical treatment Thursday. Leon Durnsdprf of the air force came for a visit with his parents. Mrs Harold Wilhelmi entertained 34 classmates of her son Patricks, Friday evening at a birthday party. Meredith Bergman, Kay Menke and Mrs John Bauer spent Friday evening with relatives in Fairmont. 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