The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 14, 1961 · Page 19
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Seneca Lady's , f .' Mrs.' Carrie was taken bV ambulance td Holy Family 1 ndsbltkP.it 'EstherVllle last SatUrdaV'after sh'ej ftisfc&n' ed'4 hip injupy Iff i falllaijeif homg at Seneca, X-rays taketf show that kite suffered' a tirbkeff 1 botte' in her; hip, ,She suffered u similari aqcident two .years", ago this summer, when, she fell i antt broke, the other \ hip, She was taken to .University, hospital, at Iowa. City onjMonday where the bone was s'et. ^ Returns To College Mr., and'Mrs. Martin Wilberg took their daughter, Lois, to Northfield, 'last weekend where she will resume .her studies at St. Olaf College Where she wiV begin her junior year. They first drove to Minneapolis.where they* visited, with their son and family, the Donald Wilbergs and with* Lloyd Wilberg. , Seneca 4-H Elects The Seneca Progressive 4-H Marcia Anderson •ft'/if club elected new 'Officers at their meeting at the home -of' L'oren MenZ. Heading;the, group 'next year as president Will be James Bergum. Vernon Wilberg will be vice president; -Loren Menz, 'secretary-treasurer; Rodney Jensen, Sergeant-at-arms; Jack Geilenfeld, photographer; ' and Tom Lynch, reporter. Demonstrations were given by Rotjney Jensen, Brian Johnson, Dennis MTppee and James Bergum. Lowell Mueller -will be the October host*. Guest Pastor Rev. Paul Mork was* guest pastor at the Bl-akjer Lutheran church Sunday. He and his- family will be movfng to Glendale; Cal., this week, where he ha& accepted a call. He was formerly •assistant pasfor at "forest City. His wife is the former- Delores Wilberg, daughter of- the Otto Wilbergs, former Seneca residents, now living at Ringsted. Carol Johannesen, who is employed in Denver, spent the weekend with 'her parents, tho Fred Johannesens. Mrs. Kenneth , Thompson received word Tuesday morning that her father, Carl Hauge, had passed' away that ,mormng at Mason City, where he,had been a patient for the . past '..three weeks. Death was' due * to a heart ailment. Funeral services were held Friday at the Luthey- an church near . Leland. Mrs. Henry Loqft accOnipan- ied by Mrs. Robert' Carter, Graettmger spent Thursday ana Friday of last, week at a radio workshop held at Luther Seminary at St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lynch, Dick and Laurie spent Labor Day weekend with Mrs, Lynch's mother,. Mrs..: Agnes. \ 'Foley, in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Dahl and Dermis spent last weekend ai Minneapolis where, they 'attended the Minnesota State Fair. Mr, and Mrs. Everett Witham spent several days last weekend on a trip through the Black Hills. The ' Charles Osborns spent several days last week visiting Marci'a Anderson, pictured here-, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs. Everett E. Anderdon, received her di'ploma from Iowa Metho*,dist School of pursing, 'Des .Moines, Sept. 1. She will return to Des Momes, Sept. 21 to take her state board "exams. Marcia will be married to-Richard pi-' sen, son of Mr. and'Mrs. Arthur, Olsen, Sexton, Oct. 22 at First Methodist church, Algona. (UDM Engraving)' • ' • v CJu-bElecfs : New Officers AtOttosen Ottosen — The O.K.C. met,for a reunion .picnic Sunday' after noon at the' Commercial Chic building. Mrs. Oliver Holden ,was president ahd Mrs. Edna Zlnnel secretary-treasurer. New officers elepted were Mrs. Fred Benjamin of Bradgate, and Mrs. Donald Larson, secretary-treasurer. Nekt year the group will "meet tjie second Sunday in September. '-• , Attending were ^tt. and' Earl Firkins of Newton, , Mr. Mrs. Edgar Jacobson of Marshs alltown, Mr. and Mrs. , \Vilson of Pocahontas, Mr. •a.nd Mrs' Ce'ci} Jolliffe of LuVerne, ( ' Mr. an,d ..... ________ Willie Bradgale celebrated their tweri* - rt vfersartf . Metho* ndjng; iwm her<i Were Mrs. Helen Campbell, Mr, and Mrs. tJonald, .Cooper, MR and 'Mrs. .Hartey 5 Khlt Mrs. Essie , Copper. " " t. ;.aud' Mrs. '^ firdn -ant} \ Olsott ver w"edding"ariniver'safy o uncle and aunt, 'Mr. and Mfsi ' Twait Sunday afternootj a't' DorBaS hall at Cylinder. Mrs. Ellen" Heggen, Mis. Stel-, la Bygness and ' Mrs. Margaret Lerdahl of CJoldfield brough^ ffis, 'Ahtja Knutson of Randall to; visit at the' Antone Speich home Tuesday afternoon. Mi-si *?nutsoh is, a sistef of Mrs! Speich and will visit here for a few weeks. LuVerne Church 75th Sept. I/ .' LuVerne i4 sary of the LuVerne Methodist church will be observed Sunday, Sept. 17. .The guest speaker * at the. 10:45 a.m. Service Will' -be paste* here. A itot !bef ttot Dodge. dinner for all ,v 1<}W the Servicel « ee< pas fcdffee' Sli "" prisent resltoni i6$i|l hoof H® ! A! tfioSt eofd^l invllalibH ended to each and 1 eVei^ atteftd th'e observance. {i • --ife tit £di 8fl i 1 David, Trauger ahd'jEarJe, 8eih}an, Jr., returned for f more;year -at University at, Charles Weber, Sonja R>e Got sfch and- Linda Swjmson are 6fc at, Mornings jd$, sibux, City, it, sophomore, senior, and junior years, tJouglas Holmes, spejr y,ear at J&hiar, j .'College,* f Dodge, and'Caliyrl tie Njtf rolled as a freshman- Witzel enrolled fel! 16V College, Cedar Palls. _...,.. , Hans'ejman,' Lutheran schboj ip: tfurslng and Carolyn 'Dafson Methodist hospital Schdbl' of Ifursing, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs, Milton Woito, o'f S ediar Rapids visited Frida^r.to uesday with his mother, Ella Woito. c' , . : • • • Mr. and .Mrs. John Hanson >had 'as' recent guests, cousins, Mr. and Mrs 1 , feric Nelson and Alice of ttockfoM 111. 5 ' '' M^. 'and : Mrs. , Carl RUger of'! ,'Ventura'and , their daughter, "Virginia R"uger "of , Pasa'dend, Califj, were visitors .Ifriaay ',m 'the' pariehta'l Joriri Ruger'home,. • < ^....^ -._, -^<i jy-jf , Mrs. fiessie HaAs fcity is a guest irt e \j of Forest Ve hortie dt awSiMif.fan^' ^.Mr4 Arff Stewart .and ,. Sue of Dunedlfibe were \ .tl^e pa^t Week ifi the parental Forest F. Fett home'. y ; Denny Ray: Legler, student at file school i fqr< deaf at : CpunfliL fluffs, his parents 4 weekend' 'Mr. orid .Mrs. W. . Raymond Legler,. ' iJohriny Varia Piarles. , Mr. and Mrs. W. Ramond ' . Legler and sons 'altehde'd the Wedding of 'Beverly Huttter aftd Richard Gregefsori at : 7 p.m. Sept. 9 at the Trinity LUtherari church' in Pocahpnta's. The -bride the daughter ' of Mr. s and Mrs. lph Hunter ahd is a riiece' pf •s. Legler. Their son Denny y Legler was a candletightor at the service. They were guests at the reception that followed. - Mrs. Allan Croonquist and sons ;pf Moreland were guests Ithe -past week in the parental .Forest F. Fett home. Mr. and, Mrs'. Robert Hardcopi d' criildren^'pf Minneapolis "Were recent ' visitors' in the ,par- icntal Robert Hardcbpf, ( Sr,i home, ' parents, Mr. and the Mrs. eoc _ ._ Algona. Mrs.' 1 Anha Nelson visited .^_ 'past 'wee'k ''with her. daughter, .... _____ _______ _______ . _____ _. . Rev. -Robert Phillips of Vinton, the Solomen Kress family. ( $?hey 'had been on. ; a vacatign trip to western states] ; . ' Mr. . and " "Mrs. ; Bill 'Steil.' Of ^Denver, Colo.j ' concluded^ tlieir week 'visit here and' with ^ Relatives at Corwith and Algeria They were gUests of her 'sister, Jhe Harold Nielspn, Sr. family. They will visit their., daughter, Mr. and Mrs.j LeRpy filler,, a,na family irt $t'an^vooiJ/ ' ' \ ' t j Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bowers' 1 of Waterloo were Saturday overnight and. Sunday visitors with ,her brother, Arlie Goetsc}i..and otlier relatives. Mr*Jinf Mrs. Allen Blake and § iily^in£84jas guests Sunday .slste&JMkand Mrs. Dolbert M *ii»f!bbys of M .tqwnf Afte^itidn callers mefids, MJ, and Mrs. Roger' ler'tOn'ana family of Rockford.' Weekend 1 guests'in the Mr. arid Mrs. Frances Shorey home her sort, LeRoy Witzel of and Susan poWles ,of Fort Madison. Sunday dinner guests in the' 'fc^cour home near Rockfprd. Mr. and Mrs.jWilliam Gbetsch. Sbnja Rae and]$Hervl Artrt &t>a Dbn Nielson of 'Botte speVit this Labor Day weekend With Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goetsch of'AN gona at theif:' trailer. 'da".West O'koboji. They'., celebrated' .- the 34th and 26th wedding anniyer- si^ry of the two Goetsch families .With an excursion] ride on the New Empress boat -With capacity for 400 guests. Dancing Was enjpyed. Dpn Nielson presented rose corsages to the honored ladies. , ' Mr. and' Mrs.: George Grimseh) of Algona, his sister, Mi's. Amelia Hanselman, her son, Mr.*and Mrs. Edwin Hanselman, visited 'irt State Center Sunday. In State 'Center, - they visited cousins, the W. C. .Hilleman family. .Then their, uncles,, Chris Schaper, 86, ill and bedfast-past ten. we,eks, and .William. .Schaper, 80, in a nursing home there. Mrs. Lizzie Bommel is .visiting her niece, Mr, and Mrs. .ward Lenz the past week; She will visit her sisters, Mrs. Clara Wolf -and 1 Mrs. Edward Ramus and brother Max Lau, before returning to her hpme in Fulton ;Mo. She has been most .of the summer .with relatives at Hum- ( Mrs. Oliver Holder, artd. Kinseth of Humboldtj Mr. and Mrs. Fred Benjamin of BVadgate, Mr. and Mrs. Earl* Qlsonj 'Mr. and Mrs. Roy Te|ford an4 sLar? ry, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Lee ana , Terryj\Mr*. Telfprg; ' with their son James Osborns and family the at Minneapolis and with relatives in Wisconsin. Labor Day weekend guests at the Cecil Baldwin home included their son and his wife, L)i; and Mrs. Donald Baldwin, also Mr, and Mrs. A. N. Storm ann Mr. and Mrs. Ted Storm ana daughter, all of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dokken and family of Sioux City spent Labor Day weekend with his parents at Kensett, and with the Olaf Oftedahls SNAKE Jeannclte E, Winters of Red Oak recently encountered a 4 Vis foot, diamondback rattlesnake while visiting her brother's min^ ing-'cajrip on the Mexican border, She held the snake which wag-"dead, but-still wriggling" while a picture was taken. ST0RAGF CABINETS, mew, a yppur Jjes Momes. Laurence Tejford, Mr. and Mrs. L,eRoy Worby and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Edward £ihnpl an'^ Leslie, N.aom| Struthers, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson and afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs Ni'ck Murer of Ployer. Mr, and Mrs. Oscar Larson of Leeds, North Dakota* carne Friday to' spend a few days with their son-in-law and. daughter. Rev. and Mrs. Harold Mountain. • Mr; and 'Mrs.' Paul Westpha.1 and Gus Westphal of -Worthing- tpn, Minn, were Sunday morning visitors at the .Edward Zin- nels. -f Those who attended the Ft. Dodge District Conference of. the American Lutheran church were Percy Watnem, Donald, LTsjier, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinseth, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Holt, a.nd Rev. and Mrs. Harold Mountain. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Daniel and Mrs. Hattie Daniel attended the Will family reunion" at Ter T ril Sunday. The Will& were nieces and nephews of Mrs. Hattie Daniel. The American Lutheran church women met Wednesday afternoon at the Lutheran church parlors with Mrs. Joe Traub and THINK YOU'VE SEEN BARGAINS? Wait until Gen. Charles Peabbdy Harrison blows the! doors open Friday!'These specials be the best in town (North or South). Old C.P.M. and his Rebel stall have offered anything like them! Wi*! CAR com Pile Collar and- Lining . . . new styling . . . all- sizes , '' CHENILLE BED SPREADS $3.44 Twin or Reg. Size in asst. colors, each . . . . TERRY Pillow Covers We , ZIP ON, ASST STYLE COLOHS RAIN SAVE ... 2 garments in one Dressy. , , Girl's sizes $7.99. GIRL'S WHITE MORPUL ANKLETS SIZES 9-11 2 Pair 88c INSTALL YOURSELF Folding Doors $2.99 32 x 80 Beige or White. EACH New Fall' Colors Last Word in Styling BRACH'S SUNSET RIDGE ASS'T CHOC. . DELICIOUS 2 Lbs. 88c 21 INCH GIRL DOLL $3.99 '/.Sleeping Eyes ' FANCY DRESS: ES. Reg. $5.98 Boy's White Striped Cuff, j CREW isbcks Sizes 8-12 Reg. 49c pair. 3 PAIR thurtday, Sept. 14, 1961 Atflona (la.) Upp«r La von and Jiy^^ompanied their) .., _,.Js wdth|f, Marvin Maass 1 0 Ced^tf Falls, (Sunday where' he iasi ,«nr4llea<, lit Iowa State Colage, Me attended junior college if Webster City past tvvo years, Mr. "and Mrs. Lawrence Mar,[ and Norman visited Sunday with heHfalfiei" IHe jRev.' ?A;' Si B>ckmaA| a| jWesteril Hpmfe irt Cedar Falls. ',' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoi yere Sunday .visitors in ,HumJ lOldt with-his sisters, Mrs. Cora loss and' Florence fHof. ? • -. • Miss Lyrinette Beckriian ot Jumrter visited her aunt, the Lawrence Marty family, the past veek: She'left .for her third .year at Westmar College, Le Mars. , Mr. and Mrs. Victor Baumgartner 'are parents of a seven sound, seven ounce daughter, Vickie Jean, born Wednesday, Sept. 6, at St. Ann hospital, Al gona. Mr. .and Mrs. Fred Baum- gartrier are' the grandparents. The Auxiliary unit were guests Sept. 4 of their president, Mrs, Davidson, with 12 members present. The program on music was presented by Mrs. Ray Stone. She also had charge of«the social Hour,, Mrs, , Allen afeke gave U repbrt .W thll fe» cent county meeting at BUrt* Mrs, Frank Orortbach Is now the chairmart of all the hospital e<njipment owned by the ; unit. the WSWS met Sept. 7 in the fellowship roOrriS pf« tHe LuVerne Ev.!) 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