The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 22
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1961
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\ (la,) Upper DM Malrtw , thurtduy S«pt, 28, i96t rfi.... J .x,mj..; r Vf^,...-ii^»''..ic.. M j | ^-'-),i JJ) .. J -.»i..^,^ ^ . ,uJ. -....—. .-.™ 3 From LuVerne Hospitalized AfFortDodae LtiVente — Mrs! s Albirt Heftl underwent minor surgery at the ",Fort Dodge dinia % for"the re rnoval of a cyst on her eye. She is satisfactory. ' Mrs. John Pergande underwent surgery at .Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, Sept 12 an* Sept. 18. Mrs. Herman Schulz underwent major surgery at* Luttj6ran , hospital ^Thursday. Her-daughter, Mrs. Earl Gronbach, Hayfieldj Minn., dame to be with her. FarewelKCoffee Mrs. Lizzie ;Bommel, Fulton, Mo., was honored Wednesday With a coffee- at the home of hei niece, Mrs. Edward Lenz. Guests were nieces, Mrs. Clarence Jurgensen, Mrs. • Harry Fleming 01 • Corwith, sisters, ' Mrs. Edward Ramus and Elizabeth Ramus, Mrs. Clara Wolf, Mrs. Kate Barton. She was presented with gifts. Mrs. Bommel leaves' ; soon for her Missouri hom&i Rafter spending the summer here and at Humboldt. ! _____ Weekend guests at the Adolph Koester home wlere his" daughters Mr. and? Mrs. Robert ''Mueller family of Cedar Rapids and Adeline Koester of St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs, Lyle Powell of Madelia, Minn., called Saturday in the home of her parents, the G. O. McClellans. They were en-' , 'route to their farm at Yale. Mr. and Mrs. Henry , Kubly. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin: Marty and 'Mis. Cindy Rhiner of Eagle Grove visited Thursday; with the Eldon Martys at Waltham and , the Robert Martys at Austin, Minn. ...... • • . , Baptismal services were held Sunday* Sept. 10, at the Immanuel Lutheran church in Livermore for David Allan, infant 1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Koester of Livermore, with Rev. Donald Heck officiating. Sponsors were Mrs. Alden Skow and Mr. and Mrs. John Schnakenberg. 'A dinner followed in the church Fellowship Hall. Weekend,guests at the Adolph "Koester home Were.'his daughters, Mr. arid Mrs. Robert. Mueller family of Cedar Rapids, Adeline Koester of St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Stewart of Garden Grove, Calif., arrived Satuday to visit her sister, Myrtle Jordan, brothers Frank Hardcopf, the : Alyin and Robert Hardcopf families. . Mrs. Minnie Dickie of Mason City was a weekend visitor with Former Area Couple Honored Mr, and Mr*. Harry Hooson ot Clarion were honored Sunday Sept, 3, at an open house in observance of their 50lh wedding anniversary, with their dhild as hosts. Their children are 1 Mrs. W. C Roberts of LaJoila,, Calif.,, Mrs Srnest Matthews of "Salisbury, Md.,. William Hobson of Saw fiiego, Calif., and Wallace 1 Hobson of Daly City, Calif. There 1 werfe* 150 relatives and friends registered during the af- .ternoon. The couple received many gifts and flowers as well as gifts of 'money. fier brother, the Fred Baumgart- ners and Mrs. Clara Baumgartner. *, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramus ol Des. Moines were Weekend guests of their son, the Gerald Ramus family. * .The Missionary Guild met with Mrs. Edwin Jackson, with Mrs. Walter Engel co-hostess. Visitors Sunday in the, G. A. Eggleston- home were their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Henry oft'- Rockwell City and their granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Rosters of Sioux Center. ,. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Eggleston visited Monday to Friday in Spring Valley, Wise., with her sister,, Mrs. Ora Clayton. : Mrs. Dean Bowman Of Algona went Saturday to Indianola to visit Mr. and Mrs. Don Cook«arid make the acquaintance of new baby daughter, Cynthia Kay. Norman Larimer of Washington, D. C.' visited his grandfath-* er,.Fred Hinz and other'relatives; tfprman had been attending IBM school at Rochester, Minn. He and his sister Mrs. Jerald Miller and children of Sargant, Minn., came Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Williams at Algona. Doris Eggleston of Des Moines visited Sunday at the parental 3. A. Eggleston home. Her sister Beulah Eggleston returned after a week here. ' Mr. and Mrs. .Charles Wolf ol Fort Dodge called in the Mrs. Ulara Wolf and Mrs. Kate Barton home Sunday. >• . ,-Mr. and. Mrs, Fred Baumgartner visited Monday and Tuesday in Mason City with his sister,' Mrs. Minnie Dickie. Mrs. C. O. McClellan entertained the 500 club Tuesday with guest players, Mrs. Ernest Meyer, Mrs. Charles Hinz, Mrs. Mathilda Stoddard, high, Mrs. Meyer, low, Mrs. Anna Hanselman. The Memorial Society met in the town hall Thursday with Mrs. . -Harry Lichty presiding. Hostesses were : Mrs. Phil C. Lichty,' Miss Grace Lichty, Mrs. Walter Engel and Mrs. Wilson Legler, Fort Dodge. • Mrs. Adolph Koester and hei DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penney's MONDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY ALGONA PIONEER COM... usually fof picking mm Corn that matures "on time" helps boost your corn profits, whether you feed, seal, or sell your crop. Pioneer hybrids are usually among the first ready for picking, yet produce yields you normally expect from later corn. Order now for 1962. f'MMM fa H<m IfM (HMM UdM, ifM, GET YOURS FROM YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R, I, Mawdsley , Algona Aaron Steussy Algona Ted Hoover, Sr, Algona Henry Schroeder Lone Rock fc'ugene Kollasch — Bode Walter Vaudt ,... Whittemore Robinson Prpduce . -... r ... Wesley Dethmers — Garner District Salei Mgr. mdthef MM,-Martha Schneider were Sunday, ovamignt 'guests <> the!* daughter and granddaugh ter, th6 rtelmaf BJankehhagens at Port Dodge. Guests Sunday In the Henry kefty holtie were her, patents, Mr. and' Mrs. William .Schlputl, brother of Mrs..SchipUli; Mr. rind Mrs. Fred SchiUfhaker of'Web- ster City and their daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tilford Teig family of Stanhope. Evening callers were Mr. and ,Mrs. Peter Hefty arid Joyce of Renwick. ..Saturday evening dinner 1 guests of Mrs.,Jessie Sanfofd>ert> Mr. and Mrs. Orville Anderson 01 Leland, 111. They were overnight guests of Mrs. Sanford's • daughter, the James Traugers. The first meeting of the new year, of the Tuesday club was held at the Mrs. Albert Genrich home. Mrs. Edward Hof presented the topic on Glacier Mountains. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Elbert attended the funeral Monday at Algona for the two month old daughter of his cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Miller of Algona'. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby, Caudle and family, of Ellsworth, her mother, Mrs. Jessie Sanford, were Sunday guests of their sister and daughter, the Milton Wilhelm family, Nonhan Wagner Of Bismarck,, . D., 1 arrived Saturday for a two week visit with his father, Richard Wagner and other relatives. t -, ' • BURT By Mrs Al Hinekle,y Mr. and Mrs.' Dale .LockwoOd spent, several days recently at Omaha, Nebr. where, they .attended ; an educational. * conference. Mr.: and.MrSi 'Carl .Reynolds arid Mr/ .and.' Mrs.' 'Emil Eimers attended the open house held in ibrior of 1 -. MK ( .' and Mrs. Chris Haase at. thein home Sunday. Mr. "arid Mrs. .Paul Arend and VLr. and Mrs. 'Tracy Stone and son Rickie returned home Tuesday after.a yisit to Banks, Ark. where they visited at the home sf Mr. Stone's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Stone. While - gOne they also attended the wedding of George Wagnon and Sue Sims, performed at Farmerville, La. Mr. and Mrs. Mike 'Arend, Algona stayed at the Arend home during their absence. 80 students from the 1st, 5th, 9th and 12th grades in the Burt school received their; TB skin tests Tuesday. Mrs.' Richard Campney administered the tests. She. was assisted by Mrs. Harley, Hanspn. Ladies assisting in the registering, etc., were Ruth Patterson, Jenny jiiebhoff and Eve lyn Angus. Also .receiving skin tests were all the school, personnel. Supt. and Mrs. Harold- Martin attended a 6:30 pot luck supper and meeting of superintendents' and wives at the home ol County Superintendent Quintaro Wednesday evening. Mrs. Frances Ulses, Colony Kansas, returned to her home af cer visiting for two weeks at the home of her son and family, the Ervin Ulses. She accompanies her son, Tom, back to Colony. Tom, a brother of Ervin, also visited here. Larry Hinckley, Cedar Rapids ^pent the weekend at his hom< here. Mrs. William Bohi, who teach es remedial reading in the Laurens school system, spent tht weekend at her home here. Helen Moberg, Minneapolis visited from Wednesday unti Saturday afternoon, with her sis ter and husband, Mr. and Mi> Richard Campney. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Rafdal ant- family were Sunday guests al the parental Lawrence Doegi home. The Past Matrons Club helc their first meeting of the fall at the home of Genevieve Graham Thursday, with Lefie McMullen assisting. Officers of the new year beginning their duties wert Ethel Dremmel, president; Ruth Alice Patterson, vice president; Beth Miller, secretary-treasurer; and Mary Jane Dugan, historian. Erma Pratt was in charge of the program. The group Voted to visit the Eastern Star Home at Boone Oct. 12. Howard McMullen is enjoying a short vacation from his duties at the Burt Savings Bank. The McMullens spent several days in Minneapolis. A new resident of Wilfair Ha yen, is Mrs. Josie Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Anderson of Burt Hardware attended a Ther- mogas dinner and meeting at Ma son City Monday night. Mrs. Ella Stenzel became a grandmother two times in one week. Monday, Sept. 11, a son. Jeffrey Scott, arrived at thu home of her daughter, Linda and husband the Jim Edgingtons, Des Moines. The little lad weighed in at 6 Ibs., 1 oz. and is the first child in the family. Monday Sept. 18, Mrs. Stenzel again became grandmother when a 7 Ib. 5 oz. daughter was born to her son Ellwyn and wife, at St. Ann .hospital. The little Miss has been named Tamara Ellyn and has a sister Debbie to welcome her home. Mrs. Stenzel is in Des Moines helping in caring for her daughter and grandson, 8TORAGF CABINETS, metaJ, a* Upper {769 Moines. Top Percusslor Group Appears • -, ' ' ' h 1 n * ! The appearance s A »£ , tfllck v Schory, RCA reeor«!inl''dtaf t 'ffn his troup of 19 talented.'musi cians, will kiek,-off the 1961«'02 Kossuth ComftiunJiy^ Concert"*Association season' hei* Oct.-' 30, Three other top-flight f , bh>grams are also on'the schedule during the winter months', ^ Schory's Percussion fops presentation has f met with wide approval all over the country dtlr- ing tours that, have included stops at many universities ..arid colleges. The former 1 ; Chicago Symphony drilmme'r 1 and tfbm- pany, will present &' Unique ''arid original show in the high school auditorium, scene of all Association concerts' The membership drive this year resulted in a sell-out and there are ho more .tickets^available for! the series,' except" to newcomers who have 'moved to this area since the drive ,ended. Mrs. Newton Coughenour can.Jb? contacted by such newcomers who wish to secure season' tickets. • < ', Other concerts slated this year include: Dec. 2 — Gerald "Gerard Souzay, baritone; Feb. 5 —- : Little Music Theater; and 1 Mar. 13 — Parons and Poole, duo-piano. FAIR ' n (' Mrs. Mafjorie Branson of'near Guthrie Center recently, made her 88th trip to the Outline County Fair. Mrs*, : Branson whp will be 100 years old in Decertf- ber has been to 88 of the last 90 Guthrie County Fairs. .I'—? ', '- " • W/.^. v ,•'.•'•'''-^ ";•>'' '-/'/.VbVY'' - f . vf '•.'< ; v f *- '* *•"!'', '< * * ' ""',. 1 ''\° ',',,*' V >' i, ij - ,* ' ',t ' ^ f \ i ''•^ *& { >* ' ' i' ' . »f ' < <\ •' < \ #*" --Z;- ^ '^^^ } ^s&^^ W; fltff mKt^MM^ &Am$^&^^®^i & fc ^$^$®M^s$/^i$* &i^jkifti^&2'i t i»«ffl«»^ «««ifejiia!flWtetdS^ reTOtt 1 .-, , __ 70th weddinf, ehifl.^^^^.... 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