The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 18, 1961 · Page 16
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1961
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4-AtgOno flu.) Upper DM Molnej Thursday, May 18, 1961 Seneca Girls Host Mothers At Breakfast Seneca *- The Seneca S.tars 4- H club was 'host to their mothers a\ a Mothers Day breakfast held Saturday morning at the Seneca school. Audrey Bergum welcomed the guests and announced the program which consisted of an accordion solo by Jolleen Kueller; flute 1 solo, Ca-ndace Vaudt; poem, Sylvia Sullivan; reading, Pam• *1a Kauffman; tlarinet solo, An- fti-ea StefansKi; piano duet, Cheryl Jensen and Roxanne Stefanski; poem, " Audrey Bergum: poem, Jill Jensen; accordion solo, Alyee Petersen; vocal duet Cheryl Jensen and Audrey Bergum: piano duet, Roxanne Stefanski and Francine; accordion duet, Jo- Deen Mueller and Alyce Petcr- and a flute solo, Candace Enjoying the courtesy were Mrs. Francis Sullivan, Mrs. Russell Rauffman, Mrs. Calvin \ Vaudt, Mrs. Ted Jensen, Mrs. j Roy Mueller, Mrs. Russel Jensen. Mrs. Elmer Hannisch, Mrs. Robert .Fortney and Mrs, Henry Loof t. Plan Club Tour The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club met at the home of Vernon Wilberg and Gteil- enfeld May llth. The group made plans for their annual tour to be held June 12. Following the tour the group will meet at the home of Jamie Jensen for a picnic dinner vrith Rodney Jensen as co-host. They alsis voted to have Vernon Wilberg attend short course at Ames and Donald Hannisch and Craig Jensen to attend camp at Cleai- Lake. Jack Geilenfeld and Vernon Wilberg gave demonstrations. Mrs. Larry Swehson and children of Radcliffe spent •several days last week with her parents, the Russel Kauffmsns, Mrs. Roger Osbom and children of Fenton also visited them. J. H. Jensen, who had been a patient at Holy Family hospital for several days last week suffering with pneumonia, was brought home Saturday. Kathryn Johannesen of St. Paul and Larry Johannesen, Forest City, spent the Mothers day weekend with their parents, Jie Laurence Johannesens. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gardner and Eugene, Bertha Gardner of Fairmont and Mr. and Mrs. Jatnes • Beavers and family of Estherville were Mothers Day guests "-of the Virgil Gardners, Spirit Lake. f Mr. and Mrs. John Johannesen entertained at dinner Sunday in honor -of Mothers .Day. Guest, included their children and fern ihcs, Mr. and M^s. Morris Johan- nepen of Armstiong and Mr. a^nc Mis. tilenn Krucger of Fairmont Mr. and Mrs. Martin Barkfeoid cr and Mr, and Mrs. Deriy Stene of Fort Dodge were Sunfiaj guests at the liharles Seavers. Mothers Day dinner guests ai, Ole Pedersens were thfrir datfgh- ter and family, the Bale Longs and their granddaughter fend family. Dr. and "Mrs Roy Hassr- brok of Orange City, Mr, and Mrs. Emil Blecfcwenn of Fenton were afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Wegener and family, also Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Mueller and family of Fenton and Kj\and Mrs. Ernest Mueller spent Sahday evening at the Melvin Pompe home at Whittemore in honor of their mother, Mrs. Ernest Mueller. Mrs Gertrude Ackerman, chairman of the Cancer Crusade in Burt netted $156 and four memorials. Assisting Mrs Ackerman in the drive were Gladys Hawcott, Ann Riemers, Beth Miller, Ann Baumgard, Elsie Lockwood and Eleanor StenzeL HIGH SCHOOL Left to right — Jssn Steven, Sharan Miller, Jsrry Peterson,-Joe McGuire. I Left to right — Richard Levrenz, Vslgene \V sailing, Terry Tisman, Norman Carls&n. $ * | i Left 1o right — Martha Dremmel, Lerry Olson, Jay Hoppus, David Smith. f I Left to right — Eugene Lev-trad, Devid, Margaret Keith, Duwayne Gebken Burt Co-operative Elevator J. L. MILLER, M S r. - LUMBER - GRAIN . COAL - FEED - SEED - BURT Cliff Holding TRUCKING Livestock - General Hauling Burt Donald Mitchell ELECTRIC SHOP Westinghouse — RCA Radio & TV Phsne 17 Burt ^^ Burt Savings Bank mm Phone 15 & Burt ANDERSON'S urt Hardware Paints — Window Glass \ Consolidated Co-op. Creameries A A IA'UITVC«A/-|DC •. I /-,M>- K^.~,, To Wed June 20 At Whirtemore f I I I WHITTEMORE • LONE ROCK SWEA CITY Bancroft Lady's Nephew Dies fn Minnesota Bancroft — Mrs. Geo. Wohnke received word of the accidental death of a nephew, 29-year-old son of. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence. Gardner who, lived in Minneapolis and was on a fishing trip in northern Minnesota at the time of the accident The Clarence Gardners recently moved front S\vca City to Ames. Funeral services were set at Sw'ei City. Shower Honoree Darlene Simmons was honored at a bridal shower in St. John's church Tuesday • evening. Miss Simmon's wiD be married June 14th to Patrick Sheridan, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sheridan. Mr. flTid JDrs. John Whittssnore, annouhte " the fen- gagement and approadilng 'iriar- riage of their daughter Marguerite (pictured above) to Frank Brcka, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed^ ward-Brcka of Garner. The wedding will take place June 20th at St. Michael's Catholk Church in Whittemore, tUDM Engraving) ; Regret is to humans >what mui is to hogs — it's good only for wallowing in. Jane Wolf, E.. N., employed at Veterans Hospital, Omaha, James Schrandt, student at Creighton, were home for the weekend. Tom McGuire and David McCleish were home from Lincoln, Nebr. where they spent the weekend at the Glen McCleish and Chas, McGuire homes. Bill McGuire, Hastings, Minn., was also home for the weekend- Louie Connelly, who has been employed in New York for several years,,, came for an extended vls't wjth his mother, Mrs. Bess Connelly Mr. and Mfc& $&4 fitkhaft recently pufdiasiSd It Idt from the Laurence Sarah's just north of QSeir «sifeiee attd will tnove their trailer d» the lot until they can buildf^ house later. • Larry ^ekfaart; Mankalo, spent thfe weekend iwtta his parents, the Clyde! fickharts. Mrs. Brink Is W.S.G.S. Prexy AiLuVerne Mrs, Allyn Brink was elected president of fbe W.SC.S. of the LuVerne Methodist Church. Other officers are as follows: "Mrs. Allen Blake, vice-president, Mrs. Harry Lichty, recording secretary; Mrs. Earl Manning, promotional secretary; Mrs. Jt:ss Jergensen, treasurer. Mrs. Ralph Davidson, sp.ritual life; Mrs. Raymond Wilson. Missionary Education and Service, Mrs. Albert Genrich, Christian social relations, Mrs. Sylvester Brace, local church activities, Mrs. Robert Barber, supply, Mrs. Carl S wanson, literature and publications, Mrs. John'Voss, Jr., student work, Mrs. W. Raymond Legler, children's" work, Mrs, \Villiam Goetsch, youth work, Myrtle Jordan, chairman of nomination o, ttift. , chairman -. 6f ffietttBfefship, . Phil.C. Lichtv, chairman of pub licity and Mrs. Alvin Weber, chairman of finance. LuVeirie Li**wi»* The LtiVerne LiveWires Girls 4-H club entertained their mothers at a lea honoring Mothers Day Saturday. Each guest was presented flowers. Le Ota Anil Voss, president, welcomed the' guests, eleven members and seven mothers. Le Ola Ann Voss is .running'-for county office with her chairman, Raeann Brink and co-chairman, Linda' Schnetzef. A program "consisted of a reading ay liaeann Brink, followed by a playlet, with Linda Schnet- zcr, reader, Assisted by Nancy Brink, Roxie De Nio, Zelda Witzel, Phyllis Blunier, Coleen John, Paula Block, Phyllis' Block, Vickie Fox. The Country Girls Creed was given by Le Ota Ann Voss and Vickie Fox. ' . Refreshments were served. Elaine and Eleanor Rockwood, twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Wilder Rockwood. spent the Mothers Day weekend visiting them. They are' jb Des Moines where they are employed ahd attendins AIB business college. Janet Cox, teacher's college, Maiucato, Minn, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Cox. Mrs. Ragnhild Kinseth of Fpri Dodge was weekend visitor with ner'fefoifiiri A ftar- . Mrs. LeifTHUtfr ions, -rferbert aiid Francis,' were Sunday dinner guests -,01 'their d&Ughtei- and Bister, Mr. and Mrs.' Harley Rusher family at Bancroft Mothers Ua^-guests of Mr, and Mrs. Kay Agafd afid fafnily were their parents Mrs. Alice Agard of Goldfield, ,Mr, and Mrs. Cyril Woodsen artd Mrs.' Esther Woodsen of Eagle Grove;. Mr. and MrS. Robert Surby and children of Waterloo w.ere weekend visitors w^th het- mother, Mrs, Minnie Henderson. SAVINGS BIG Costs Little with a hew WESTINGHOllSE FREEZER SEE page 9 As Advertised in Farm & Home Secfion THEN SEE US! Prices start at only $2.50 per week BEECHERLANE APPLIANCE ANYTHING LESS MODERN THAN FLAMELESS CTRIC GRANDPA'S METHODS WERE FINE FOR HIS DAY, but we've come a long way since then! Nowadays it's Flameless Electric Heat for Carefree 11 f M ••• Living. Total electric living begins with electric heat- U L A I *"£••• with sneer comfort that's safe, silent, dustless • I f i\ I and draft-free. It's efficient heat because every bit of • mmmt • I electricity is immediately converted into heat right Where needed! Rooms are not too hot or too cold but keep the even heat selected on-the thermostat. Response is immediate with electric heat. And this mild comfortable heat is not contaminated with by-products of combustion .,, no fumes, gases or smoke. Drafts, associated with colds and discomfort, are eliminated and natural hurjadity maintained. Check the many advantages and space-saving features of Eiectric Heating.., &ey wUl mean better living the year around for your family t ,, It's complete Comfort for everyone,.. heat exactly as you want it,, „ when and where you want ft SQ * • .why settle for anything less modem than Flasieless JUectric Heat? ' IfotMlM Electric IOWA EIECTRIC LIGHTS- POWER

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