The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 10, 1961 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1961
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sley Couple Wed 25 Years — Dr. and Mrs L. I*. celebrated their silver anfiiversary, Saturday, - 6', A dinner ,was served to arge group of relatives and friends at 12:30 in St. Joseph's parish, ball. Circle one of the C.&.A.'s prepa'red dhd served the dinner. : l6uests were Rev. E. B. Pfeffef, a s 'ftfephew from Des Moines. who said 'the high Mass;-E. B. Pfef- fers ef Des Mfiiftea, ft. P. Youngs, Sr. Arid ft. J*,?^^^"Mfs Mae Henderson, 'Lois Hendfetsen. the Vern Dati Schmfdts of Tfrfter, Mrs Lee Turnbell ot Sijbufney, Joseph Roblhsdns, Omaha, Neb. Jerry Ferslls, Waterloo; Harold Mohlers, Maxwell) f. Rosenber- gers, Iowa Palls, John Henry? and Broden Stoakes, Goldfteld, Dr. Norbert Kellys, Algona, Thomas McMahons,' Garner, Dr. Earl Schaeffers, Forest City, -John Tfeffers, Ames, Ralph Sloakes, Hot-ton Stoakes and Mrs Sylvia Stoakes, Sioux Falls, S. D. Dr. and Mrs Pfeffer were married in St. Joseph's Catholic church, here Aug. 5, 1936 ana have lived here since that time. ML WOOL QUALITY DAWN BEIGE 99 1 COMPLETELY INSTALLED WITH HEAVY PADDING COMPLETE SELECTION OF OTHER STYLES SELECT FROM MOHAWK GULISTAN WANDA WEAVE All Nationally Advertised Lines CONVENIENT TERMS UP TO 24 MONTHS READ'S AND CARPETS TO APPEAR AT KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR Tuesday, Aug. 15, 8 p.m WITH THE WORLD'S CHAMPION DAREDEVIL DRIVERS THRILLS• CHILLS •SPILLS • BURNING BARRIER CRASHES • "WING-OVERS" ON TWO WHEELS • LEAP THROUGH FLAMES AND MANY OTHERS SEE HOW THE 1961 FORD STANDS UP UNDER THE ABUSE THESE DAREDEVILS PISH OUT I ! KENT MOTOR COMPANY ** FORD SALES & SERVICE TO, t>M .'*_'[' ', it eufrertily ranked m*fr ar • tor a Dig nignt ui rnuiuts riwaj, "«s- -«> — o- = --,- ,r Telle, besides being near the top in point standings, ;s treasurer of 'the NMARA and Gene Fechter, president of the orgatuzatidn, also will drive a midget in the local races. J He served in the Armed Forces 1941-1945 as Captain ' and was overseas two- years. They have three children: John, who is married and( lives in Ames where he will complete his senior year in November at Iowa State University; Judy, who will complete her senior year at the University of Iowa next spring, and • Paul, who will begin his sophomore year this fall at the University of Iowa. Dr. Pfeffer, who is a dentist here, and his wife were the recipients of many gifts and silver dollars. Ten cub scouts attended the open house that afternoon and presented the honored couple a beautiful blankets. Dr. Pfeffer is Scout Commissioner. The leaders, Mrs M. Niedzie^ski and Mrs • Fred Thomas also attended. Auxiliary Meets The American Legion AuxiU iary held a meeting. Aug. 3. President Edna Flom appointed the following, chairmen: Poppy, Pauline Pfeffer; Rehabilitation; Lorine Goetz; Publicity, Viola Studer; •;• Pan - American, R i-t a Youngwirth; Americanism, Laura Kleiripeter; Constitution 'and by-laws, Myrtle 'Lease; Commu>- nity service, , HazeL: Gerdes ; 'Gold . Star, Louisa Becker, Civil Defense,. Clair Thomas; Membership, Edna Flom, Clara Hauptman, Clair . Thomas and Helen Johnson; Girl State, Mary Reiling; Child Welfare; Helen Johnson; Cards, Jo Meurer; Legislation, Eileen-Johnson.- Edna Flom announced that she had word that a wheel chair I and a. hospital bed are available I for use in the Wesley coUCH" nity. Mary Lou Studer ana Mary Krieps served lunch. The annual membership party will be held Thursday evening, Sept. 7. A pot luck lunch will be -served after, the meeting and party. Mr and Mrs Richard Hammond of Kacine, Wis., the Joe- Studer!, of Algona, Frank Welliks ot Britt, the Clarence Nelsons, Ed and Joe Eisehbacher of .Wesley were Sunday guests in the Kenneth Studer home near- Algona for a picnic • dinner and supper. Mr and Mrs Karl Wester of Barren Wis. spent-.the weekend with his mother, Mrs' ( Settle Wester, -and fattiily.' Circle 1 of the Methodist' alo. will meet Aug. 23 with Mrs Luther Nygaard. Circle: 2 will meet with Kathryri Hauptly Aug. 16 and Circle 3 will meet' the same day at the city park with exchange sack lunches. The Good Will "Chick' will tfgain be in Wesley Aug. 22 to pick up contributions to the cause of-the handicapped. . -.-. : ; . Mr and Mrs Harold Price and Mr. and Mrs Duane Price went to New Hampton Saturday 'to attend the \weddiAg of > -a niece and cousin, i Janifce , Jensen, to Larry Kraus. ; ;'. ;'• ',;,-. ' Mr- and Mrs' 'Lowell fErtiman and two sons, Lindsay and.Paul Steven of DecoraH, spent Sunday night, arid' Monday w|th his par* ents, ,Mr. and Mrs. Paul Erdman and his sister,;Mrs' T. E. Devere* aux and fariflly.'"Mrs Erdman re^ turned'. home with them- for a week's .visit. ' . • .Mr'and Mrs Biurell Lease of New York City were ,Aug. 7 overnight guests of his .mother, Mrs' • Veya ' Lease, : who left the next day for < a "vacation trip: to t _ dUrmi.AJ and Mr. «tig, Mrs, and son visited Jolift "•~ ' 'the htime and ©Ti^et 'Qfl?lsHfi«fi8h, Were. Mrs, .tars* iittfciMron Mfc '!««• Colorado. Mr and' Mrs Richard Ham- field, tSfre-goft, !»lflt Mrs. StrtrfhePs. ,MPs.. 'KftKSsft Is '» niece <'*fJ WtittfMi StfWferB, Mr, «nd -Mrs. A%»M Mdser «nd children -tit 'MoWSs, Mmft. WeY6 Sunday -callers ai the Victor fiattw'fift jrCflffife* Wa'tsoti Struthers and Eugene Struthers visited Dale Struthers Sunday'!«t the Sr'itt hospital. Dale •fetfuthers is hospitalised following fan auto Mrs. ©rva Hanson, niece of Wtftsou '•Struthera, =ahd Mr. and Mrs. -Mfifk .Howard -of Springfield, ©re. Were Satiday 'overnight visitors at the Watson Strtfthefs home. Naomi Struthers *ift'd Mrs. Albert Thorsen were Sunday evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. 'Oliver Kinseth attended funeral services for Olaf Kittseth at Bode Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 'bax'ender of-Ft. Dodge were Sunday 'afternoon and evening guests at the Chester Alme home. Tuesday, August 1, Mrs. Carol Kleveland of Badger, the first grade teacher at' Ottosen last year entertained her pupils. Mothers who took the children to Badger'were Mrs. Louis Jacobson, Mrs. Richard Kinseth, Mrs. Joe Lambert and Mrs. Le Roy Jnger of Bode. Mrs. Earl Olson was at Lutheran hospital several days this week for x-rays and observation. Diane Struthers the second session is attending of summer Attend Wedding Wesleyans who attended the, wedding of. Merle Garman, son of Mrs Ann Garman of Britt and the late Syl Garman, and Teresa Lennon, daughter of Mr and Mrs John Lennon, Duncombe, in the Catholic Church Saturday morn- ning were the Tom and Kenneth rorburgers, Frank Bleichs, Donna Mae and Margaret Ann; Larry Younfiwirths and Larry Lee; Mrs Mag Bleichs, the Jinr Bleichs, Joe Krieps and Jerry; Merle Losses, Al Erpeldings and Mary Ann; Will Erpeldings and the Elmer and Ray Doughans. They attended the dinner, reception and dance that afternoon in the parish hall. The groom's cousin, Father Russell Bleich, newly-ordained, performed the nuptial high mass. Mr and Mrs Tom Forburger attended the wedding of Diane Dwyer, daughter of Mr and Mrs Vincent Dwyer of Fort Dodge, at Humboldt July 29. They were overnite guests of her sister and the family, the Louis Minnehams of Jefferson and next day attended the Kutz family reunion at Rockwell City. Shirley Reiling returned to Minneapolis, Minn. Monday following a siege of pneumonia. She is attending the school of business and is a daughter of Mr and Mrs Rich Reiling. mond of Racine,, Wis. are'-spend- .ing two weeks visiting relatives, >fhe Norberf 'Huberts, the f Vincent Eisenbachers, Ed (and 'J6e:Eisen- bacher here, the Jake at Wilmont, - Mhm, the- ,Girard Strouths at Reading, • Minn., the Joe Studers at Algona, the Kenneth Studers . at , Bancroft and Father Linus " EiSenba'cher at Odeboldt and other relatives and friends. Mrs ' Hammond is the former Rosina Eisenbacher. Mrs- Viola Studer and Mr 'and Mrs Everett Ackerson accompanied Mr and Mrs Bill Studer of Algona ' to Worthington, Minn. Saturday morning whei'c at 1| o'clock they attended the . marriage of their granddaughter and niece, Gloria Ann Kelch, to>John Galena in the Catholic church. The bride is a daughter of-Mr and Mrs Julius Kelch. Diane and Jeffrey Thissen ot Waterloo came Friday to; visit their grandmother, Mrs Helen Johnson and their aunt, Mrs Martin Hamilton and family. ' • Mr and Mrs Al Soppe of St Petersburg, Fla. 'came Friday to sptnd several days in the George Ricke home and to attend the Aug. 6 reunion of the Rickes av Morgan, Minn. Mr and Mrs Andrew Baker of Ogden spent Aug. 6 with her sister, Mrs Ed. Ricke and family They brought their niece, ; Joai Ricke, home following a week's visit in their home. The Richard Mayes family o El Paso, Texas will fly thei own plane to Wesley to visit "fcei mother, Mrs Hazel Gerdes, abqu Aug. 17. here they wi] fly to New Jersey with >'thw daughter, Susan, who is an ex change student bound for 8 year's study in Germany. school at Boulder, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Struthers,' Jeff and Donna took .Diane 'to Colorado. John Struthers has • been dis- , charged after four years of duty in the navy.- 'He arrived home July ^0 and Thursday left fin Chicago with his uncle,. Bud Willingham. Mr. and Mrs.. Larry Kigler of Des Moines visited'last weekend with the Virgil Struthers. Eighty-five members of the Dasen 'and Olson families enjoyed a picnic at the Bode x ' Park Sunday honoring Mr. and' Mrs. Stanley Olson and four sons of La Puente,- Calif. Attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lee and Terry and Mr. and Mrs. Le. Roy Worby and aughters. . The Vinaas family enjoyed a eunion Sunday at Mason' City vith 45 attending. Officers elect- d were Dwight Daniel of St. Pa.ul, president; Ronald Vinaas, ice-president; and Mrs. Waldo Smeby, secretary-treasurer. At- ending from here were Mr. and ktrs. Donald Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobsoti and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Fronting pent from Tuesday until Thurs day at Rapid City, S. D. Their |1 more ey . tosr ,'gfiffdc'hMferi, 'and £etfky ifeha el *Bad- l&t, were .Friday "visitors atvTfhe arroll CflsonS. Jfiday ©iane Olson celebrated fter -fourth Wrthday^. GaeS-tS Mvere Mr. and Mrs. Earl ©sborn Jon «(I Cylinder ana Mf/saftd Mrs. 'Tom t)lson and Nels 'Olson •«rf West Bend.- ' ' •Mrs Marie Fowler i at J „. Algdhk, celebration for- sfrthday. ' ' ' Mr end Mrs Yusuki, ttidakl id soft moved into iK?-'!^?! _jirtm*nt Friday. Suftday thttf toere' dinner" guests of Mr ana Mrs Richards, Mr-Hida.!*!. is a student , bytfcfiart church fiflrihl!,; August.', ' the''Cooper reunion-wsis Keld at "Fairmont, Minn. Sunday,-At] tending from here were Mr ftttd Mrs Donald Cooper, Bob uhd ftandy arid Mrs Essie Cooper. 1 Jfliet .United- Presbyterian, Wo< men met Friday afternoon with Mrs JeSse Van BuSkirk as host" ess. Mrs Eugene Hofius gave thfe lesson. , l The American Lutheran church women met .Wednesday with Mrs Magnus Bratland and Mrs Norman Helleseth as hostesses Rev. Harold Mountain gavt devotions. Mrs Charles Welter gave the lesson. The ladies decided to serve a supper in thb near future. Mr and Mrs Howard Hellickson. Mr and Mrs Ted Perry and . at *»*/ oshef - mttehdM wedding of, I high irta'te, Jane Ska* to Sn tt.tte Rutted I*rth» Cattnof sotfth y"" . , Colurlibi , visted, A t j»t * Mji^sHt v .... .. Stfutfierfi Btttti families,' Visitors at "the B home last week were Mrs Ever! Richardson fnd .Henry ,Johf- of Capron. 111. They,,alsq y: ed the Harry Felters>t -Win rop, Mmn. "•' „ r , _. Last Sunday .flu? .Ed Di worths, Glenn, gl&tiks of Bu Truman ShaeKelf orris! of Algoi ' - Mts'Richardson «$ Henry- Joh son were, dinned •gues'ts'of J and Mrs Jim, Kollasch^df City. BE SURi TO VISIT OUR FLORAL HALL BOOTH! DURING THE 103rd. ANNUAL KOSSUTH CO. FAIR! AUG. 15, 16, 17, and 10 For 103 years it has ibeen the showcase of progressive agricultOre In Ko county. We urge you to participate In the exhibits an$ events again this .year, Agriculture is the foundation of our Kossuth county economy .'. . let's examine it and improve it by participating. >•»..•• Here is a he&rty welcome to the Kossu th County'Fair next week and in particular to our booth In the Floral Hall. Stop by a nd visit with Us . . . W6 have bur booth with you in mind. . . so come to the Fai r next week and be sure .to^ee us in the Floral Hall. We will be joqjting. for r ,you. . ; , i •'..-^^^p^V^ ? '' > "^ IOWA MUTUAL TORNADO INSURANCE .'-:,.•!. •' 'It* - 1 -- . ' ' 7Vv»- I (•: .....;'.. .-• -'• • •••*• : _ KtW -''•» !•-• ,- -"••'. '• • KOSSUTH MUTUAL INSURANCE ASS'N. COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE - FOR FARMS Household — Equipment ^Buildings — Livestock LOLA SCUFFHAM, Sec. - REAl ESTATE House and -all Household Goods 1 19 N. Dodge St. SPECIALIZING IN - Fire - Wind and Liability - . . Algona tOCAl NEWSPAPER PLEASE NOTE; WENT NAMES'UniJ "NAME OPt|TV» 6houW maUb r«*t ot (i««dline • Besst entire h«j<Jlln» il n«ct«tiiy« v • Local State Farm Agent HAROLD SUNDET to attend Minutemgn convention in TORONTO iin to* dUUogui«hed binuelf 81 % top family insurance counselor ia Americ». Hi* wrvic« to bi» policy- bolder* «nd hi* underwriting of insurance were ouUtandinj. We take thil cj>i>9rtiir4ty to »»lut8 bun. JOHN HAYES District Manager HABOLO 3UNPET Joe Bradley ( ^" • : . Cordially Invites You To Visit The Company's MACHINERY DISPLAY At The 103rd Annugl KOSSUTH COUNTY FAIR - FEATURING - f Oliver 9 Massey-Ferguson • Stan Hoist • Meyer Elevator t Cehl • O/V\C trucks t P*tf1f«« Hoifor Milii Butler Corn Cribs ft Sins SfEYOU A! THE KOSSilTH COUNTY FAIR I flJPJ^^ *^^d^^ ^^^^^W ^ " " - ^^^^^^^;_ ; ^^^,^^^W ™fw ^^^P ^^p^P^^* 1 ' ^ ^^^^PH>- VHP^^ ' ,, WPB 5, Thoringtpn

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