The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 5, 1961 · Page 19
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-,-*Jff,i?, 1 ^ 61 " Luthei 1 - PTH- ! & M »6lf its. v Harvest WA anr**"••-•-- " ^ - • ^y^^^^^i .'be for 'th*' day will 'Laredo, Tex•the Lfttjh' : Ai|ertciriJ since "1942. Mr.^Hobarf, blihd sipce thrfee ; months of ^ ag^e, t early" overcame -tliQ handicap, of -blirtdhess, and ',tooK-,hia fflaee in 'the ' public sphool] and college with thosp ^not so x handicapjjed; ' " • He is'a 1 .graduate of the high school at Tayloi 1 ' Falls, Minn'.. and GustaVu* Adolphus College jat St. Peter, Minn. ! In additibn to'being missionary .Mr. Hobart.isalso a musician and •a composer". He will present U! * jji , ''«."."•..''':;' •— •-• • SuiWtay -, ft, The jadles a will servl son .v,,Word 'and t « •at noon, ' t » - »» »*«—'«• , '^°^ kpu 4«rs.- Mike Kennedy of ArrMksnrf a«. coihpaftied by,Mrs. 'Willey Gfeg& of-Baft Bernaf ditto, Calif,, Visit' ed last week with the Joe Cfovf leys, Mrs, Gregp Is'the formal Ddris Larsen whti] llvM \ln s tile Senega area for Several years, f 'Mr, ftfid-Mrs, VetY BrtithW tted with the fatter's p-af'eBta, the' W..E.. Hansens, at Ottdseh laii Tuesday. "Mr, Hftnjten .had nb( been enjoying the best of health recently,. ' , '' • >• Tuesday, guests,at ihe Ole Pe del-sens included former neighbors, .the .Clarence Olsehs, now 6* neat Sfin Bernardino, Calif., allo the Berlel Berklands of Fentdn and Mrs. Mefle Flint J and twr daughters of Riffgsted. Mr. qnd'Mrs.'James Osbon and son of 'Minneapolis wef-u •weekend guests ,at ,the parental Charles Osborjjs. Saturday evening thoy visited with Mrs. John Munch who has been a patient at the Holy ? Fainily hospital at Estheryille. She, Was to be released 'from th'e hospital on Sun HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS ALGONA, IOWA MAKING YOUR CITY A BETTER PLACE TO LIVE, WORK & RAISE A FAMILY viiio riiutiy*' ivuot wiiocjrg, uiou e|il v ed feftJJrt.-J'bfeh MUhch, «t .-.jWrday 1 ' eVetfimg ,__„-, guests at the Oy.PedeweHs 8 ift. '" "" "eff daughte" ' ' " the 'Eftil _- r _ M^. ftft'd Mfs. .Dale 'Loflg _.„ AfdlsVArdis is a studettt.at'the- University-of lowti and Spent tlif weekend with >er parents'. ' i Carrie Jensen» wftd recently suffered a' -brbke'h'- Kip' in ^ faL; at h'ef a'pafttftest-at Seneca ihtf was taken Id' the University Hospital ,at l6Wa City' Where th«.' bone wa§ Set, is now recuperate^ sufficiently, so".tha^ she has bee^i* released front the- hospital and is, now reciiperatinfe at (he home or, he'r son,' tHe 1 Maurice' Jenseris at Cedar Falls, Iowa. SHc Will .bf on crutches fo'r^seveVal Weeks> ! 'SeneeaVis • attending'• the** -wed* 1 ding of Eilegn Birizen and Bur of Ellsworth .. Sept.«ll it luded in adi e ^-d jrther 1 dell R. Wei MinnestetaT Minneap1)li?>l; to her ^tlves, Mr. 'and daughters •lene, Mr. and Mrs. Wayrte/._,,.__., Mr. and Mrs. Wjlliard Tff6mrf- son; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brek- 'kee; Mr. and Mrs. Ge'ne Bollig; and Mr; and Mrs. Ralph .Thompson of Lone Rock. > • '' * t Band Queen At Lone Rock Is Jo Ann Dreyer Lone Rock — Jo Ann Dreyer, pictured here, was elected^ Bano. Queen by the Sentral school'stu- dent body and will gOato Estherville, Oct. 7. Jo Ann]' IV.Ma ,a senior and the daughter of -Mr. and Mrs. Frank -Dreyer, Lone Rock. She plays the cornet • in the band, is a member of a cornet trio, plays piano, is a cheerleader, a member of the Lutheran church choir and aqtive .in vocal music! (UDM Engraving) IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT J7 Sincere thanks to the rpany of yoy vvjho saw our new ear showings last Tuesday and l^r in the wepk ; , . yqur many nice compliments were sincerely appreciated ... if you didn't get a chance to see the 1962 cars, come in any- .time r- we will be most happy to show you the cars we have in stock. See the New 1962... Cadillac • Pontiac • • Lark a I Buick Schultz Bros. Garage •i— ALGONA ^^ SHOES FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY § Mr. and Mrs. Bert Ramus and Sheri were weekend visitors in ;Jgie parental L. M, Seim home at i\Decof»h. the'y weM: te At Ft, Dodge %.. * ." f • LuVetne — Funeral ,werejield at 3:SO p.m. . fof Mrs. John- .Farrell .at Jp Bodge. Rev, lt.-B. Langhalz 'of ciated. Burial ,took place in Nof Lawn ce'meter'y! ' '? * Mfs: Farrell died Friday nighi at'tuthe'ran hospital f6lloWlft'g k lenlrthy 1 illness.'She had be'e* i medical 'patie'rit dt the hospital since April. ' • •" ' A resident of Fort Dodge f6t '2.4 year's 1 ,.Mrs. Farrell .was June "ft/,1895* at tklncan'si .B.... 'Mo; Slie Was rnirrlifd ! 'IJec;'' ,l9,13.'at,Moberly r . Mo.,= "-to,j Farrell and they made',' home in Madison, Mo. In 19j they moved to LuVerne and Minnesota befote moving Fort Dodge in 1937. t • Surviving are her hus' flve%hfldren ( nine grandcHildi jthers^an^ awo'fiisters.: '- |thers,preceded.|er in deatr^'j Attend Wedding , , , Mrs. Charles', Hinz, Lesterl Hinz, Mrs. Fay Harrnon, Mrs; JeSsle Stripling, Mr. * a'nd Mf^. 1 Carl Swanson, Mr. arid Mrs; Harold Nielsen Sr., of LuVerne,' Mrs. Elmer. Emery of Fort Dodgi,' Mr. and Mrs.'Fre'd Will; Mr..and Mrs. Lavoy Dawson ,pf Corwith, Mr. and Mrs.' Albert Nielsen, Hr D. Ristau of Britt attended >ihe wedding of'their niece and cousin Virginia Jacobson, daughtei of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jacobson and Charles Jensen Sunday at Blue Earth, Minn. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lenz 'at Blue Earth, former LuVerne residents. Form New Club . Mrs. Earl John was hostess - to her card club Tuesday afternoon. Guest was Mrs. Harold 'Nielsen, Jr. At play, high, Mrs. Nielsen, low, Mrs. James St^hl, ;iiirie bid, Mrs Jerry Stille and travel, Mrs. Leslie Calkins. A name \f or "this club has now been decided 'and W-UI be called The Biddies and Kiddies. They take their pre*- sch'ool children to the meetings. Members are Mrs. John, Mrs. Stille, Mrs. .Calkins, Mrs. Stahl, Jjlr$ Geprge Studer, Mrs. Bobert ^Nielsen, Mrs. ' Stanley Genrich and Mrs. Clif Richardson. V,islt flelaiiyes ( Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Davidson, accompanied by their son, Mr. 'and? Mrs. Gordon pavidson ; ,and LuAnn of Burt, returned" frpfn a ten, day trip visiting relatives. They visited Mrs. Anise ^Davidson, 90, mother of Ralph David- sop' at Newton, 111. They visited sisters and brothers' of the Da- vi^sbhs at Peoria, Lincoln and Newton and a sister of Mrs. Gordon Davidson at Moweaqua, all in 111. They visited a war buddy of Gordons, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Atkinson and family and his 'mother Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Stanley in Marion, Indiana. They also called on the Rev. and Mrs Robert Kissinger family in Indianapolis. Jerry Groh of Muscatlne was a weekend guest of his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. John Groh. He came for the wedding Sunday of his sister Diane Groh and Larry Snow. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kubly accompanied Mr. and Mrs. George Wolf of Algona Wednesday to Stanhope to attend the funeral of the ladies' cousin Mrs. Elmer Snyder, 57, at the Lutheran church there. Carolyn Larson, student' nurse at Methodist hospital, Des Moines, spent the weeeknd with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloya Larson. MJ-, and Mrs. Jack Jackson 01 Emnietsburg called on former friends in LuVerne Friday evening. Joyce Meyer, employed in Des Merries, was a weekend visitor ;in the pare^ta.! .Harold Meyer home. ' M,r- and Mrs. William BJumer of -St:' Petersburg, Fla., were weekend guests in the home qi ,lUS. brother Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burner and his nephew the John Blumer family. 'Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bakewell 01 Fine Island; Minn., visited Thursday With i the Henry Martys, WJUJa,m Martys, Mrs. Ann Marty and En-jma Marty. Friday' 'dinner guests in the Mr! «nd Mrs. Paul Blumer home were J«r friends Mrs. Florence JtfWSftn «f fort Dodge, Mrs. Walter Jensen and Mrs. Koop Schof ffle birthdiy of hei-'mbthe^f, Mifs; Selm. - .-;' : .- . ?;•• ••; > •:,• T' Norman Wegnef concluded Ms vacation visit with his fath- .er Richard Wegner arid other Relatives and returned Saturday tto Bismarck, N. JD., where he is employed. , ! 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dennis' Albright ,of Des Moines visited Sunday In sthe parental Henry Hefty homn >&nd other relatives. Weekend guests in the Can ? Hanselmin home' were theit daughters, Kathy, student Iowa Lutheran hospital, Des iMc-lnes, and Karen, nursing in Sioux City. Also three 1 roommates of ^Karen, Ardeth ..Else, . Barbara gimmick and Patricia Postma. Karen and her roommates attcnd- the wedding of a roommate at gtherville Saturday morning. !aren poured at the reception. ' Mrs. Lena ±nnz, Herbert and 'Francis were Sunday 'guests of' ;|helr daughter find sister, the [fHarley Rusher family at Ban- proft. • sir -Mr.- ' and Mrs, Paul Northroir :«nd ; Linda, 'Mr 1 , "arid, Mrs., Myron' Ijinz and children* were' Suhdaj' evening visitors in the home." of, •ttls brother, 'Mr.*- and Mrs. ! Ed Northrop, Hardy. They went to visit ah aUnt Mrs.. 'Sadie 'Bid* dinger. ';'• ' . •••'' ' ; ; '•'; ',' . '.' '•'•-:' ( Guests Wednesday in, the, Mrs Lena Hinz home, were Mr and Mrs. Frank Whitman of Solida, ; Colo., Mr. and .Mrs. Fred Luss- 'ban of Carroll and Mrs. Roy Kickers of Westslde. . •' . Mr. and .Mrs. ,W. S. Robinson of Las Vegas, Nevada, Dwlght Baker, Washington, -Merlin VBa- ker of Phoenix, Ari.z,, Mr, . a^na Mrs. Dap. Baker 'and Diane of Danvers, Mass., arid Mrs, James Paponqhls 'of Chicago, were, 'visitors here called bj£ the death ol their father and grandfather, S. R. Baker.' Mr. and Mrs. Don Baker and Diane will visit two weeks With his parents Mr. and ;Mrs. Cecil Baker, Mrs. Papon- 'chis, the former Karen Baker,' returned Monday evening. The Friendly Neighbor Club held their annual family* party at the town hall Saturday eve-! ning with about 40 present. Hostesses Were 1 Mrs. Archie Th6mp' son, Mrs. John Kiley and Mrs, Everett Schipull. Mrs. Karen Baer accompanied her father, • Leo Becker, 1 brother Mike, sister Jill of Humboldt to visit Mrs., Becker, medical patient In a hospital at Cherokee Sunday. - Thurtday, October S, 1961 Atgona (la.) Upp.r DM MotnM-J James Meufer accompanied his parents, Mr. and Mrs, J,,f t Meurer of Wesley to Lohrvllle Stin- day to visit their sister* and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Vogel .and children. Mr. and Mrs. John McDowell of Houston, Texas are parents of a six pound, 12% ounce daughter Ramona Ada, born Sept. 21, 19G1. This mokes a family of two sons and two girl* Kfrs. McDowell, former 8 o r a t n y Kruse .is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kruse, LuVerne, OFFICE SUPPLIES—Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at th» Upper, Des Moines Pub. Cov r Algona, across from new" Municipal parking tot, . and Mrs. ftalph Stoll wej-t- Sunday guests in the home 01 son Dennis S.tpJl family Jn Grave, They went to cele- the second bj^hday of their grandson David Lee Stoll. Tfte Riiternal grandparents, Mr 8Od Sjrs. ganders Snell of Eagle grove werp also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ramus of '.-*, Moinas were Friday over- SHBsis of their son, Mr. rs, Gerald Ramus and Bily. They 'went and got Mrs. Ramus' brother, William Schu.lt? K»Ufiftt *£f Hi4§.t(yi yujsJpg "Home In Humboldt and took him for a two week visit with them. 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