The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 15
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 15

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1961
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^'Wednesday, Sept, V Cnfcvf 6let driven by .Lone Rock ght side by .. owned by<Al«i|| i *Mttcn|fl"8fFe-rtton','at the fe Rp6k, elevator crossing, hell ha'd just weighed his yof corn'on the scales and lda^ing"to go to the east ltor td dump the load, Mrs. f was cottHhg from-the-s,puth dhl|going'";hSliih''- ihto Lone, Rock. flM-19,86 Jehevrolet, after being a*djiMed:'by an adjuster, had es- tiiftaled damages of $600. w4jr| -takeWlSherifJ "Lindhorst of Algdlna' itfvfesiigaited '.the Occident. nchard Reunion < Tfee Blanchard family reunion ftonoring"-Mrsv; MatJde'. Blanchard and' Mrs. Rita -Jjlanchard of Flynn 'was held at jthe home of Mi*. * arid 'Mrs. Chet Alme of Ot- tbseh. The reunion included fam- ilie's of the nine children of Mrs.' .,th6, lat* i t M. fijahchlifd of Lpne^ock, *'Ali line* cM&eh 'wefe preSetit Eluding Mrs/Jfohft" & »nfl ahd Ma ftynh of Orlantfo, fk; Mrs, J0hn (Lucille) Sohes .of Sioux i, ftapids. Mr^ Chel" (fifsel) Alme and Mrs. A3f '(Doris.) Schultz bf Ottosen. Harlah, Donald and J. M. Jr. Blanchard 6f Lone Rock, Gordon Blahehafd of Mason City, Eiigene Blanchard of Omaha, Neb., and Mr'.- attd Mrs, Letter Johnson of Algonki Mrs. Maude Blanchard, was & Saturday evening dinner goest in the Donald Blanchard h6me. • The Lucille Circle of the Presbyterian church 1 met in the home of Mrs. Ed Blanchard,with Mrs. A. D. Newbrough assisting. Mrs. Fritz Newbrough and Sherl, and Mrs,'Ed Ohm were guests. Mrs. Tena Lftrsen "and son At. nold of Wabasha, Minn, arfe spending a few days in the Tena Jensen home. Mrs. Tena Larsen and Arnold and Tena Jensen Were Friday 'evening supper guests in the Roy Jensen home. • Mr, and Mrs. Bdn Fredberg of Minneapolis were visiting a few days" in the Ortwin Tietz home. Mr. and Mrs. Ortwin Tietz and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fredberg went to Rake where theyj visited in the homes -01 Junior Woodwick, Leonard Woodwick and Jack Woodwick. , v Mr.,, and, Mrs. Bernard Miller Wfere 'visitors recently in the Her- FENTbti BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, lAi. , THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You Td Fenton ji- WEI^BROD , -Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA , - and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bii». Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 '*• :HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa Is The Only Publication' ', ed .That Takes .An FentonI •fl) LLOYD M;. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker ahd Farm Loans - , ..'^j S t : And^Wtfam Phone 233 Fehton, Iowa Ui.J medallion HOME LIGHT FOR LIVING...Require! proper use of switches, lights, and wiring for complete comfort end efficiency. ELECTRIC APPLIANCES...induda an automatic Electric Range and •t least 4 Other major appliances. FULL HODSEPOWER... Enough circuits and convenience, outlets and big enough wiring to sup. •port all the appliances needed today AND •tomorrow. odern electric living.,. p efk lightinfcpl«d_te You're "the winner" bS« Miller heme in West Bend. JPvtfJficVBierie, -ion oi Mrs. Alice Blferle of Lone Rock Mas He%h'tttnsfefr«d'fRJm Mflrylaftfi tcf. Oaftiand, Cal., wh^re he has ttfttewta go overseas. Diek Mi be In Oakland for a 'few days bfii fc*e' being shipped out.' Mr. end Mrs. Donald Krteeldef and family were- last 1 Saturday evening callers - in the Darold Berhow homg In Dolliver. They celebrated the blrth'day of-Mf. BerfitfW. ... • Mr. and' Mrs.' Sid Payne and family of Ledydrd'were Sunday. afternoon callers' in . the Dale Schrbedef home. - Mf. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder and family were Sunday callers in the Henry Schroeder home, to celebrate the birthday ol Mrs, Schroeder. , Mr, and Mrs. 'Ralph Thdmpson attended 'the baptism of their granddaughter, Julie Ann Els'- be'cker, x daughter of ' the James Elsbeckers last Sunday in St John's Catholic church in Bancroft, The baby's sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thompson. Mr. ahd Mrs. Lyle MarloW were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Rudy- Willret at Burt. Mrs. Lyle Marlow called on Mrs. Walter Sorensen in Burt last Friday where she helped Mrs. Sorensdn and Mrs. Marlow's mother, Mrs.' Anna Bierstedt, celebrate birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blanchard and Susan and Mrs. Maude Blahchard were Wednesday eye* nihg supper guests in the Wendell Steven home at Laurens. , Mr. and Mrs. George Ramus ol La Porte City visited Thursday and Friday in .the Leo Ramus kome. ' '.';- '- ""'.;• ; ' "'' .' ',' iv'Mr. and' Mrs. Donald /Kneel- 3er and .family were Sunday visitors in the Justin Berhow home in Kieste.r, Minn. ' Mr., and Mrs. Robert Oldenburg and family were Sunday dinner guests / in the Donald Kneedler home. '• • The Patsy Circle met in the E. A. Lee home with 12 members present. Julianna Jackson gave the lesson. Mrs. Herbert Nelson and Mrs. Tracy Stone were guests. , , Mr. and Mrs. Angus 'Cottop Jr. and daughter Caribe and Mrs. Cotton's mother, ,Mrs. Heldund of Clariden Hills, Chicago 111., were guests recently, in the home pjt Mr. and' Mrs. Angus Cotton., , ' Mr. and Mrs. William Weatherly of Pipestone, ,Minn. and Mr. and Mrs. William Mauw of South Dakota, sisters of Mrs. Jack Quinn, spent the weekend in |he Quirin home. , .Kay .-sCJeitzenauer, Daughter?) o£ the Lorenz GeitzenaUers of Lone RocH,' enrolled in Mankato State College^'ih'Mankato, on Thursday. This will, be ; ,Kay's third iy4ar. ijay^attpndedi dEftmetsburg Junior College for two years. previously, and this » will be her first year at Mankatb. Larry Geitzenauer, * 14, son of the Lorenz Geitzenauers returned home Sunday from Holy Family JiQspifal in Estheryille, where he had been a patient due to a football accident. Larry had returned to school. He is still tinder the doctors care, . ' Mr. and Mrs. Gene Blanchard of Spencer, Mrs. Ben Schmidt and Terry of Lone Rock and Mrs. Olaf Norland of Fenton are vis- iUng.Mr... and Mrs, Dennis Scji- midt in £ex&s, P where Dennis is stationed 'with the Air Force, ; Mrs. . Howard -TSier'stedt and her guest, Mrs. -Bertha j jCressJn 61 Fenton visited .Wednesday after- nooin 'in the; .'Floyd: Salisbury lome near Fenton where they lelped John Salisbury celebrate lis birthday. ' Rally Days services for the ne Rock Presbyterian church will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Sunday. There will be promotion services and the rocking of the new babies to enroll them in the cradle roll will be held. Rev. Fred C. Pruel of Fenton has charge of the church service, Sentral Drops To Lake Letts Creek 4-H Club Elects New Officers Election of officers was held by ;he Lotts Creek Lassies at their Sept, 18th meeting held at the WMttempre Public school. 20 members answered roll call with seven guests present. New officers for the coming year include; president, Alice Elbert; Vice President, Eileen O'Brien; Secretary, Carol Besch; Treasure! Barbara. Drone; Historian, Qaro| Anliker; Reporter, Coletta Streit: and Photographer, Diane Dogotch. Record Books for the coming year were passed out to everyt one. Qlpria Metzger presented a talk on "The Care and Storage ol Kitchen Utensils for Best Management." Sherri Ludwig, Mick* ey Q'Brien, and Charlotte Elbert jyere appointed tp the corsage committee, JJpletta Streit, Carol, Doris, ancj Arjene Ajiliker wen hostesses. Feniotf — football'game of-the'seaSdnj held at Sentral With - take" 'F_— ori Friday 1 * night, with Setttral the loser. 14-0. Lake Park scored a touchdown in the first and second quarter* and points .after touchdown and went on t'o beat •" Sentral 14-0. S&ntral's* defense weakened in the .first ahd second quarters but tightene'd in the laM two' quarters to hold Lake Park scorV less in the second half.- .',•''•. Sentral had 187 yards .net gain, 72 yards by ; rusning and lib yards by passing. Sentral had -. 6 first downs to Lake; Park's 5. Sentral completed 10 of 22.pass- ing ^attempts. Lynn Bierstedt^ Kenny Bierstedt ahd Gary Berkland co'mbjhed'-hard,'hitting"- affd tackling for eighteen tackles. Gary' Berkland reinsured his ankle but is expected to get back into,'acfion about; Wednesday, Terry Juhl, the injured'fullback, is; oh the doubtful list ;fOr this week with a knee injury. , Sehtral's next 'home game is With Armstrong, Oct. 6 and Homecoming is • Oct.' 27 with Thompson. John Behrends Of Long Rock Feted Sunday • Lone' Rock — 'Mr. '- 'and Mrs' John Behrends celebrated thej} 44th wedding annivel-s^ry Sept JJ4~ at the Lone Rock A.mericar Legion hall, with {15, persons attending. 1 * '' •' ' ' I 5 -' "' John and Edith Behrends were 'Carried on Sept. 24,; 19'17 at Es- Hherville and lived pn a,farm 2 Jniles nprth of Ririgsted for th« jfirst tw> years of, their married Jife.^Tfeey. thefl. rrtoyed.'to Cassel, Iton, N, D. .where they lived foi iwo years. After coming back' to Iowa they worked on a farm near .Ernmetsburg for a year. In 193.2 •the couple moved to a farm 3 miles north of Lone Rock where they have lived for the past 29 years. , • The couple has four children, Mrs. Vincent (Lita) Behrends of Topeka, Kansas, Richard of Lone Rock, Leslie of Fort Lauder.dale, Fla. and Mrs. Eugene (Virginia) Fritzler of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Thoy have 15 grandchild- Sren. Most Family Mr. and Mrs, Charles Morris were hosts to the brothers and sisters of the Krueger family .Sept. 24, The group celebrated the birthdays of Mrs. Louise Godden of Lompoc, Cal. and P. M. Cht'istenson and Albert Krueger. Those attending were: Mrs. Louise Godden of Lompoc, Cal., Mr. Albert Krueger of Fairmont, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bu- lund and sons, Charles and Bob of Fairmont, Minn., Mrs. Emma Manus of Burt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed fllumer of Algona, Oliver Sigler .& Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Petersen of Galva, Mr. and [Mrs. P. M. Chrisfbnsen, Will jfihristenspn, Ruth Krueger, all df Lone Rock, Mr, and Mrs. Jack Johnson of Go.w'rie, ahd faMly. Cars Collide > Crest; Nobody Hurt • Fenton — A head-on smashup of two cars on the crest of a hill, iyo and one-half miles southwest 6f" Fenton Saturday resulted in ektensive damage to the bumpers an'd left front feriders of both cars. There were no injuries. ,," Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lu'fkln and son John, rural Cylinder, were ctriving east on the gravel road when thejr car Collided with one driven by William Voigt, Fehton. ", An estimated $250 damage was done to the Luf kins' 1655 Ford and the Voigts 1 1059 Ford was damaged to the .extent of $300. 4-H Election By Fenton Forwards :'•- Fenton — The.',,, Fenton Forr \vards 4-H met at. the home iit Joyce Berkland oh Sept. 24. Roll call was answered by 11 members • . . . V • '•. ; , ' • Election of" officers was as follows: . •••.•.• President, Karen : ; Seegebarth; Vice President, Bonnie Jentz; Secretary, Joan Wicht^ndahl; Treasurer, Jackie Laabsj Historian, Joyce .Berkland; Ph^tograph- er, Sandra Seegebarth; Reporter, jeanette WichtendahL • Recreation! chairmen, Marlys WJchtendahl, Diane Vaudt, Judy Welter ,and Betty Wolter, Mrs. Harold Welter-was accepted as our leader. \ Sunday. Guests were Mrs. Larry Flint of St. Paul, Minn., Mr, and Mrs. Ed Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Ray tlthof and family, 'Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Uthof and family of Fenton, Mr. and' Mrs. Nels Flint and granddaughters, Connie and Becky Flint. • Mr. and Mrs. Maynard' Oleson, Mr. and 'Mrs. Merle Flint and Martin Oleson visited Sundaj- with Mrs. Martin Oleson at 'the Methodist hospital in Soux Cltj. where she is a patient. Sunday dinner guests at tht Jerrold Halversbn home were Mrs. Leone Halverson of Fenton, Mrs. Larry Flint bf St. Paul, Minn., August and Chris Christensen bf Armstrong. Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Andersen and Muriel and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Andersten attended the wedding of their nephew in St. Paul, Minn, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Christian returned home Monday from a Thursday Sept. 28, 1961 Algona (la.) Upper Dei MolrtM-7 two week vacation in the west. Judy Pedersen, eldest daughter of the Harvey. Pedersen's, began work Sept. 25 at Passavant hospital, Chicago. She has spent several weeks vacation at the parental home since her gradtia 1 - tioli from Iowa Lutheran hospital in Des Moines. BEAN Ben Derby of Albla recently displayed a soybean plant which is covered with 143 pods. The plant is 3V4 feet high. He has another plant Which Is six feet high, but it had only 81 pods. TAGS — UP- per DAB Moines Pub, Co., Algona. ^ Seneca Church flans Festival ForOct.8 * . Seneca — The" Blaicjer Luther a i church » women , met at % jc lurcji' p'arlors> TJiurs"(|aiyf '^iftpr noon with Mrs, CurHs Olseji ant JCrs. ,Otto Wijberg as,(hostesses ' Mrs. Kenry Loot't had charg< o I .Bible study and 1 Mrs, August Nelson presented 'the cause. : 01 the month, parish education.. ! The group made nlans for thf- fellowship dinner Sunday, Oct 8, wh'en the church holds its Harvest Festival. Mrs. Anne Presthus, Algona, was'a guest.'.- i Ex-Resident Passes Art Paulson, 80, Lone Rock died at his home at Lone Rock Sunday morning at 11 a.m. -Mr Payjspn's death P.ame as. the result of a stroke. He had beer hospitalized for several', rdays The Paulsons lived in the Seneca area for many years before retiring from farming. He is .sur- yived by his wife, also a son and a ; daughter. RINGSTED NEWS Robin and Renee Flint, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Flint, :elebrated % their 7th and 5th Birthdays' at a family gathering SB Two Kiljshpro businessmen, Harry Hoaglin, a merchant and Elmer Johnson, a barber, recent' ly celebrated their 50th year in business in that Van-Bufen £0un> ly community. 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