The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 12, 1961 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1961
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Thursday, Odober 12, 1961 Algona (to,) Uppff 0« Mft!rtl«-3 Lakota Church Holds Festival Lakota — Sunday, Oct. IB, will be Mission, Festival Day* at the Presbyterian bhurch, The tnbrn/ • ing and afternoon speaker • will be Rev. O. L. Selby and the eve* ning speaker will be Dr, Wilbur Hassebrock. ' i|, The Senior Choir accompanied 'by Carmen Cook will sing an anthem ,for^the morning service. In the afternoon tfie Jr. Choir ana Cherub chair, accompanied by Judy Jutting, will provide the special (music. Mrs Bulfer. the i eVening, service. The.' ladies of the circles will serve afternoon 1 lunch at 4:30.. s Everyone' is cordially invited -to attend., Infant Passes v :-':':•::-. .''.-• •• Comfnital services were held Sunday, afternoon at,. Maple Hll; cemetery for the infant son ol 'Mr and -Mrs Jake Peterson Jr Jeffry' Scott, was bbrh Oct.-4 • aric died suddenly and. 'unexpectedly Friday. Rev. .Harlan.Kruse. of- M.' Hay*i!t; ' %r .', Mrs Sadie Vanke of Mfison City $9 spending this week at the home of her neice, Mr and Mrs Elrrier B6le. Mr and Mrs B. 0. Davis entertained several relatives- at-; dinner SundayHn honor 1 of their son, Dar* rel \frho is home from the army *Of a few days. Guests included Mrs Lee Colwell, Mr, arid Mrs Lee Vander Waal of Minneapolis, Claude Fowler, Mr and Mrs. 'Harold Colwell and Neil, Mr ana Mrs 'Charles Colwell and family and Tom Colwell of LivermOre. '• Mrs"' Marie Frankl and Marguerete Hayes attended the wedding of a neice, Marilyn Mulligan arid John Healey at Bancroft Saturday, ,Oct. -'Mr and Mrs Guy'Giddmg left Friday for California' to Visit a daughter and other relatives^ Jack Guy, is substituting for Mr. Gidding on the rural, route for 2 weeks. 1 Mr and Mrs Ed Ditsworth will leave Oct. 14 for Winthrop, Minn, for several days visit with Mr and Mrs Harry Fejter. and family. ficiated. . '. Mr and Mrs Ed Raney and Angela of Marion, Duane Peterson, 'Cedar Rapids, were' weekend guests at the parental Jake- Peterson Sr. home. Students of the Lakota school, and any of others who wished to, received flu ( shots a\ school Monday afternoon. .The second shot Will be given Oct.' 23. -at -the school. . " . All of the teachers 'attended the County. Institute held on Friday, at Algona. / Sunday afternoon.'• visitors at Mrs Greta Stecker's were Mr: ana Mrs .Folkert Stecker, Titonka, Alfred Arends and a friend, Ker- konen, Minn., and Gerald and Harvey Arends, Brooten, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Stanley Steoker and family. .•<-•••'•:. Sunday visitors at Mr and Mrs Lee Olson's, were Mr and Mrs Bob Shillington and 'family, Algona, and Mr and Mrs Merrill Thompson and family. , The Westminster Fellowship of the ' Presbyterian church and their guests enjoyed a hayride Friday ni'ght. Drivers for the group were Elmer Hasse and Burdette Hoeppner. They returned from the ride to;a lunch prepared by some of the mothers, Mrs C. C. Gerzema, Mrs W. D. Ley and Mrs Burdette Hoeppner. Mrs I-larlan Kruse is sponsor'for the group. :MB Burdette Hoepp-. ner and -Vernon Smith were chapeones. Mr and Mrs Irvin Koppen entertained at a card party Friday night. Attending were Mr ana Mrs Wayne Gardner, - Mr and Mrs George Ennen and Pat of Elmore, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bauman, Mr;. and Mrs .Ronald Heetland and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Steenhard and family, Mr and Mrs Ervin Swartz, Mr and Mrs\Elmer Paulsen and family. The guests brought the lunch. Mr and Mrs Herman Wirtjes visited "with Jennie Johnson Sunday evening.- Mr and Mrs W. D. Ley attended the inauguration . ceremony for Wendell Halverson, president of Bueria Vista' college, Storm Lake, Sunday. Mr Ley is a trustee of the college. In the morning, Mr Ley attended a board meeting while Mrs Ley attended a tea for the trustee's wives. They also. visited their son, David, who is a student there. Mr and Mrs Ferd Koppen and family of LeKby, Minn, were Sunday supper guests at the Arnold Becker home. They were evening visitors at the Ray Becker home, Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Bill Goldtrap and family were visitors of Mr and Mrs J. A. Dorenbusch. Mrs Frauke Schadendorf spent the weekend irt the home of her granddaughter and family the Junior 'Hurlburts. Sunday her great - granddaughter, Audrey Louise was baptized at the Methodist church at Fenton. Mr and Mrs Ray Waldshneider of Milwaukee, Wis. visited from Thursday to Sunday at the Emma, Lena and C. A. Gutknecht home. ' Mrs C. A. Gutknecht and Ernest Wortman attended the funeral on Monday of Mrg John Lindberg at Woden. Mrs Lindberg's parents and the Wortmans were neighbors years ago. Mr and Mrs Fred Christ visited with Mr and Mrs Ubbe Uben at Titonka' Sunday. afternoon., Mr, and Mrs Keith Hertzke of Austin, Minn., Mr and Mrs Bill Beeher, Iowa City, were weekend gues,ts at the parental Ray Hertz r -ke home. Mr and, Mrs David Boet kelman were also Sunday guests. Mr and Mrs Don Borman, Livermore are parents of a baby girl; Dana Lynn, on Oct. 4 at Mercy hospital at Fort,Dodge. Mr and Mrs Harry darken are the maternal grandparents. t ' Visitors at the Roger Harper home Thursday through Saturday were Mrs Harper's mother, Mrs Chester Neld of McCallsburg and her sister, Mrs John Lowell, Tokyo, Japan. They all helped Cindy, celebrate her 10th birthday. ..'."-; ' Friday evening visitors of Mr i and«^Mrs" v Raymond ;Krominga, were Mr and Mrs Wayne Nyman and family of Bancroft. Dean Gordon and a friend, Robert Jubell, ,Boone, spend Wednesday afternoon with Dean's "grandmother, Mrs Laura Penny. Dorothy Koppen's nephew, Thomas Keopple, son of her sister, Florence, is attending college at COeur-D-Alene, Idaho. He is the grandson of Peter Koppen. Mr and Mrs Jack Reisdorf returned home Wednesday from Grand Forks, N. D. They attended the funeral-of Mr Reisdorf's brother-in-law, John Winter, the previous Monday. Sunday; evening visitors of Dr. and Mrs H. H. Murray were'Mr and Mrs W. J. Hazleman and family o£ Storm Lake. Sunday evening visitors at Mr •and Mrs George Bauman's were Mr and Mrs Ronald Bauman, Wells; Mr and Mrs Ernest Bauman and family of Haulontown, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bauman and family and Mr and Mrs Arlie Meyer and family of Scar ville. Mr and Mrs . Bob Hamilton and family and Ross Larson spent the weekend at the cabin near Harper's.,Ferry, Ralph Powers, Buffalo, New York, came FHday to spend s month with his Stephen Powers. mother, Mr,« Weekend Specials ! .JO Ibs. 39c SPANISH ONIONSI POTATOES...25 Ibs. 49c THP KIND THAT ARg SITING SO FASTI East End Grocery '/YOUR POTATO HEAP9WARTER5" CARELESSNESS IS THE CAUSE O F M FIRES... A fewmoments of time and a little awareness of the possible consequences can prevent most fire tragedies. It pays to develop Fire Prevention habits.. . . not;only this week . . . but every week of every year ! • SWEEPINGS -- *">p$ »f' sv/eeping*' am^ CHECK: « metal ; container outside the sifore or home. Don't sweep finto a pile and then leave it. ' , • FUSES- The electric fuse is a safety measure in your home or place of business. Use the correct size fuse for the job if is called. on to handle. .' V • • ..: '•,-.•, X • FURNACES r-, w Before firing up for Tine'winter months, have your heating system and furnace checked. Fire-box, as well as chimney and pipe*. • LITTER- Piles of assorted litter in basement, attic, 'or closet are dangerous, potential firehaiards. Do not permit accumulations of "Junk" on your premises. CIGARETTES- One of the greatest causes of fire in business establishments is the common cigarette "butt". If left to smoulder under a counter, it can cause a disastrous fire. Have pjenty of ash trays handy. CLEANING FLUIDS - Inflammable cleaning fluids, used in the home, are risky, and cause a multitude of fires every year. Be sure the brand you use is a safe one. This Message Sponsored as a Public-Service Feature by: Home Office imAlgona Foundedflin 1909 Eugene Murtagh, President k f \V f\. ' ^'fefe

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