The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 17
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Recent Bride Is Honored At Seneca Shower — Mrs Harold, Swanson, nee Gehese Thompson, was honored at a post -nuptial 'shower 1 hursday at the Seneca Lutheran church basement. A program was given which consisted of meditation ty Mrs David Vigen; a vocal duet, prayer, Mrs Otto Wilberg and Mrs Linus Jensen. Mrs Henry Wilberg accompanist; poems read by Mrs Roger Osborn; and a saw solo, Mrs fed Jenen, with Mrs John Johannesen as accompanist. Mrs Roger Osborn. registered the guests and she and Mrs Alvin Swanson helped the bride open her gifts. Mr Scott Desart presided 'at the silver service. The women of the chuch were hostesses. At State Convention All of the Sentral school hot lunch cooks attended a State Hot Lunch Convention at Mason City Saturday. They are Mrs Alfred Petcrsen from Seneca, Mrs Rose Kraft from Lone Rock, Mrs Edna Mueller and Mrs Lester Osborn from the high school and Mrs Doris Schwarzenbech and Lorrane Berkland of the Fenton school. Mrs Raymond Bergum submitted to major surgery at Holy Family hospital at Estherville last Friday. Mr and Mrs John Kressih of Swea City are parents of a seven lb., 13 ounce baby daughter, born Wr-dnesday at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mr and Mrs Marlin Wegener are parents of a baby son born April 10 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. The little lad weighed Six pounds inie ounce and will be named Brian* Marlin. The Wegoners now have a family of two sons and a daughter. The Seneca Stars 4-H club girls prepared and served a supper Saturday evening at the Seneca hot lunch room. There' were 10 members in attendance in addition to the leader, Mrs Art Bergum. Mrs Nina Kracht and Linda returned home Wednesday from Washington D. C., where they have been. visiting with the former's daughter and helping care for a new little granddaughter. Mr and Mrs James Foarde of Winnebago are parents of a baby daughter born Mav. 27. Beverly Ellen was baptized Sunday at thc- Grace Lutheran Church at Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Cassie Klocko are maternal grandparents. Mr and Mrs John Micklick of Terril .were Sunday Guests of the Ole •-PQdersens.v In - the af ternoor<=- they attended the wedding oi their neice Joanne Mitchell and Tom Manly at St Johns Lutheran church at Fenton. Mrs Ellen Bergum returned home Friday from the Holy Family- hospital where she submitted surgery the previous week. J. H. Jensen became ill at his home Saturday evening. He is confined to his bed and is under a doctor's care. Seneca'ns attending the wedding and reception of Joanne Mitchell and Tom' Manly at Fenton Sunday included Mr and rMs Ole Pedersen, Mr and Mrs Henry Looft and David, Dorothy P.eter- sen and Eugene Friest of Fort Dodge, Daryle Preston and Larry Osborn. Mr and Mrs Everett Witham were Sunday callers at the Wayne Lynclis. Mrs Edith Cage and Otis England of Ringstcd were Sunday visitors at the Herbert Krauses. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Andre were Sunday guests at the Louis Lammers at Graettinger. Enroute home they visited with Mr Andre's parents, the John Andres at Emmetsburg. Elect Grady Phillips Grady Phillips was elected as new governor of the Algona Moose Lodge at an election held last Saturday. He will succeed Gordon Odor, who recently moved to Dakota City WESLEY NEWS Mr and Mrs H.E. Hemmingsen and grandsons, Tom arid John Wilson of Belmond, spent April 8-9 in Redfield with her sister Mrs Mary Isenhart and other relatives, For glorious burgers Cheezrfem! Spoon ft! htobetfooto Heat it! HII (p^w* •^B™ Spread it! PB f^^i^^^ Whittemore By Art Heidenwith Honored On 40th Mr ana Mrs Joe Sykes observed their 40th wedding'April 16. Open hottSe was held from 2 until 4 p.m. in the Legion hall in their honor, and relatives and friends are invited to call. Brothers and sisters of the Sykes were host to the occasion. Mr and Mrs Sykes have boon residents of Whittemore for the past three years. Athletes Honored The annual Athletic Banquet, sponsored by the Whittemore Community Club was held Monday night in the Academy hall. Approximately 100 persons were jn attendance. The banquet is given for Whittemore high school students, girls and boys, who participate in athletic events. Lyle Quinn" of Boone, executive secretary of the Iowa High School Athletic Association, gave the address. ?a*«w«ll Party . A' number of relatives, neighbors and friends honored Mrs C. W. filbert at a surprise farewell party at the! Gottlieb Locbach home Tuesday evening. The guests included Mr and Mrs Milford Elbert, Mr and Mrs Vern Bormann, Mr and Mrs Earl Fuoss, Mr and Mrs Ros'coe Fuoss, Mr and Mrs Arthur Elbert, Mr and Mrs Duwnyne Germann, Mr and Mrs Fancis lllg, Mr and Mrs Wayne Hanson, Mr and Mrs Bernard McDonnell, Mr and Mrs Melvin' Henry, Mr and Mrs Rob-- ert Simons, Mr and Mrs Lorenz. Gade, Mr and Mrs William Ost- Wald, Mr and Mrs Roland Ostwald and Frank J. Elbert of hero and Mr and Mrs Larry Stoker of EmmetsburR. 500 Was played at which Roscoe Fuoss and Mrs Earl Fuoss won high; Melvin Henry and Mrs Milford Elbert, low.< Lunch was served. The group presented Mrs Elbert with a gift. Attend Anniversary Mr and Mrs Herman Zumach. Mr and Mrs Herbert Zumach and Mr and Mrs Reinhard Zumach of here, Mr and Mrs Carl Zumach and Mrs Lena Zumach of .Fenton and Mr and Mrs Arthur Zumach and daughters of Lone Rock attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Otto Malr zahn at Good Thunder, Minn. Sunday, •, • .- : - -. • Engagement ; Announced / ; Mrs Margaret Ewoldt announces the engagement "of 'her daughter Lorna Jean to John Christensen, son of Mr and Mrs Merton ChristcnseiT Of here. Mr and Mrs Rdy Monlag and Mrs Anthony Waechter of Ottosen, Mr and Mrs Henry Dahlhauser Of West Bend, Margnne Merl7. and , Regina Baumann of Algona attended the wedding of Judy Dahlhauser to Robert Gagnier at Elgin, 111., last Saturday. The newly-wedded couple Spent overnight Monday with the bride's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Peter Dahlhnuser in Whittenjore enroute to their home in Pftoe- nix, Ariz, ' ;' .' . _ | A number of^ relatives and friends surprised Theodore* Bie'r- stedt on his birthday Sunday evening. 500 was played at six tables. Richard Biefstedt and Mrs, Arthur Bleckwenn won high; Arthur Bleckwenn and Mrs Anr drew Funk, low, Cassie Klocko, travel. Lunch was brought and served by the guests. , Sunday evening a number of relatives gathered at the Aurelia Leininger home in honor of her birthday. Mr ,and Mrs WHliam Rusch of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Oliver Lent? of Sac City, Mr and Mrs Nick Gengler and. Mr end Mrs Arthur Rusch of Lolls Crook, Mr. and Mrs Harold'Col- well and family of Algona, Mr and Mrs Earl Weaver rind family of Humboldt, Mrs Adelia Keyer, Mr, and Mrs Herman Zumach, Mr and Mrs Harold Ziinmerinann and family and Mr and MrsiHar- lan LoinmRer attended. ; The Rosary Society ol! St. Michael's , parish met Tuesday evening after Circle VI served lunch. 500 was played latter the meeting at which 'Mrs Ralph Fanclol won high and Mnrcoll Fandel second high; plate 'prize was won -XV Mrs George Strcit. " A gioup or! poung people gathered at the home of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Mergen for a house- Warming party Sunday evening. The Mergcns recently bought the Rex Svyanson home. The guests included Mr and Mrs James Schultz, Mr and Mrs Charles Schullz, Mr and Mrs Joe Kollasch and Mr und Mrs Mike Mergen of here. Mr and Mrs PaUl Dietrich of Rodman, and Mr and Mrs Richard Preston, of Cylinder, 500 was played in which Mr and Mrs Kenneth Mergen won high; Mr and mrs Richard preston low. Saturday evening callers at the Mergen home were Mr and rMs Jrmcs Hutch inson of here. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith and Mrs' Dorothy Rosendahl were entertained at cards at the home of Mr. and Mrs Dclbcrt Wichlendahl Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy and Mrs Lydia Wichtcndahl drove to Rochester, Minn, whore they visited with Mr. and Mrs Erwin Sioms. Mr Siems is a patient in St. Mary's hospital. Enroute home they visited nt the homo ot Mrs Dora Haack in Fenton. T.Tr nnd Mrs Donald Hulburl of Burl and Mr and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke aiid family of Lolts Creek were entertained at cards Wecl- ncsday evening at the Mathilda Meyer home in Whittemore. Wide-spread engineering studies have found that limiting highway access to the minimum necessary for serving adjoining .land cuts the accident rate per 100 million .vehicle miles from 420 accidents and 7.4 deaths to 268 accidents and G.I deaths. Thtirsdoy, April 27, 196! Algono (fa.) Upp»r DM MotnM-3 Elect Officers Plum Creek Woman's cltib met April 12 ot the home of Mrs Ronald Gardner with Mrs Harvey Jcrgensen assisting. Mrs. Claude Soely gave the program on baking modern style and Mrs John Scuff ham,'baking in the old days. Mrs George Kain was named now president at the election of officers; Mrs Dean Jcrgcnson, vice president; 'Mrs August Slavic, secretary; Mrs Willis Etherington, assistant secretary and Mis Sadi(.- Hopkins, treasurer. At Kin's Funeral Mr and Mrs Perry Phillips of LuVerne were at Webster City last Thursday whore they attended a funeral for the lattor's aunt, Mrs Will Diiffy. They were accompanied by their daughter- in-law, Mrs Cliff Phillips of Spencer. At Science Show Inslruclors Joe Collier and Walter Siemens and George Ralluff, student at Algonn high school, attended the 2!)th Convention of the Iowa Junior Aca- demy of Science, held at Simpson College, Indianola, April 14-15. Mr Collier and Balluff were on the morning -program -Saturday, presenting "Field Biology At Algona High School, Summer, - I960." General meetings on science wero held both days, , MOTHER Mrs Lottie. Aspholm Johnson of Iowa City.is a candidate for a bachelor of science degree in the college of nursing at Iowa City. She finds time to be a homemaker, den mother, part-time employe and student and Has grades that merited a ti'ainoeship last fall. YOU READ IT IN THE UPPER DES MOINES PERJOMALITIES AND :JtjR.VlC€5 AND PATRLONIZf VIKING OIL CO. GASOLINE AND FUEL Oil WE GIVE GOLD BOND Or KING KORN- STAMPS BULK DELIVERY SERVICE Station and Bulk Plant North Milwaukee Depot LINDSAY FULLY-AUTOMATIC WATER SOFTENERS Featuring Fiberglass Tanks guaranteed for the life of the original owner, the Lindsay line of softeners is the finest, bar none, on the market. ', • '.''FREE WATER ANALYSIS *tiNDSA.Y;SOFT WAT SALES - RENTALS - SERVICE 708 So. Phillips P hone CY 4-3755 ELEVATOR! Buyers & Sellers of All Grains • Get our bids on your grain before you sell. • Federal Licensed Storage Warehouse. H. Dale Cole or Corwin C. Peer 419 S. Phillips St. -.A-.- .-CY.4-2741 i !„' Building!! Contractor AH types $uMn.g - Form and Town 122 South Heckart, Algond ' Phone CY 4-2863 (Please Call After 6:00 P.M.) Roto-Rooter Sewer Service For Clogged Sewers and Drains No Unnecessary Digging -7 Guaranteed COWAN'S ROTO-ROOTER Serving Kossuth County - Ph. CY 4-3523 Algona Collect t In partnership in the Ajgona Machine Shop since 1945, Ed Hagg and M. C. Oakland are an essential twosome who play an important part i n the background of Algbna's industrial activity. Years of experience have developed their specialized services. Having this service here in the community is an inxportdnt part of 'industrial businesses as well as of contractors.who operate large mobile machines. , Industry alone, however, is not the only customer here. The farmer is also a major customer. Seasonal operations important to the farmer are. an important operation at the Algona Machine Shop. To do this specialty work, the shop is equipped with lathes, a cylinder head planer, milling machine, drill presses, cylinder boring bar, valve seat grinder, key way cutter, and power saw to mention the larger machines, Many larger cities in Iowa are not as well equipped with machine specialists and equipment such as is found here. . • « Located at 214 West State Street, the Algona Machine Shop is open and ready to take on any machine job..Come in and see them soon. I Your Banking Needs SAFE • CONFIDENTIAL Serving and Growing with the Community IOWA STATE BANK MILLER LUMBER CO. Building Needs of all Kinds LOWER PRICE MAX BARTHOLOMEW, Manager East Stat« at C & NW Tracks <- Algona :: BUILDING MATERIALS i OF ALL KINDS AND TYPES Phone CYpress 4-4266 • For Remodeling, Modernizing • • For Farm & Home Building • For Ready-Mixed Concrete Ready-Mix Concrete AND LUMBER CO. So. Phillip* St. Cook & Heat with THERMOGAS The Preferred L. P. Gas BOTTLE AND BULK SALES GAS APPLIANCES THiRMOGAS CO. of Algona Phono CY 4-2941 Algona General Machinery Repair Welding - Cylinder Boring SPECIALTY PARTS MANUFACTURED ALGONA MACHINE SHOP M. g, ft*)*nd W, Stptf 5t. id Hagg ERNIE WILLIAMS Your John Deere Headquarters In Algona "The Quality Name In Farm Equipment" On Diagonal St. at NW Tracks Moving • Storage • Crating We Move Household Goods Anywhere Fully Insured - New, Modern Storage Warehouse All Types Crating - Phone CY 4-2275 POST Transfer & Storage Algona Implement Co. FARM EQUIPMENT • FARM SERVICE; J MOTOR TRUCKS HOME APPLIANCES Phone CY 4-3501 1407 Commercial St. >+..».»+^ « • • » » < DONOVAN'S SPECIALTY SHOP || HOME OF CUSTOM MADE ALUMINUM AND COMBINATION DOORS & WINDOWS RUSCO & NELSON • ZEPHYR AWNINGS N. Diagonal ALGONA CY 4-2202 i > < i <' ALGONA PLUMBING & HEATING DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE-THE FINEST IN PLUMBING AND HEATING EQUIPMENT < -k Rheera Hot Water Heaten. Bruner Water Sofeners Electric Sewer-Rooter Service. PHONE CYpress 4-4240 IN ALGONA K Kohler, Rheem & Crane Fixtures •fc Lux-Aire and American Standard Furn- • aces and Air Conditioning. * INSINKEHATOH Garbage Disposal Units

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