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Nephew Fenton Folks Killed In Accident "JlasLj '*;. ,1 -I. ,'i3 " L^rA '* ''' ;•' "• , i (Tw-'-rV.!'.. , 1 of injuries sustain- aryey ' died >«" inn. _ r _. fhursi evening In a Iwo-eat ' fternoon in a Gleneoe, accident near Olencoe. Mis ^-.. — v...... . .A. --------- _..: . _„.».„• ___ _ ._ _ _ _ <t- ..... » ^ SUPPER BlIRT METHODIST CHURCH WEDNESDAY, OCT. 18 , Serving from 4:45 until oil are served. - MENU ROAST ^TURKEY AND DRESSING MASHED POTATOES AND GRAVY GLAZED CARROTS - PICKLES HOMEMADE ROLLS - JELLY CABBAGE SALAD'- JELLO SALAD CHOICE OF PIE AND COFFEE ADMISSION: 1 TO 6 YEARS - 50c f " M " ; - • 6 f6 |l YEAR'S -75* ADULTS - $1.25 II- aH you need for DISH after PISH ,«ft«r DISH I »*• V iUctric Water Heater* Imofllnt having aH tht hot woltr you n«i for dlihn, taimdiy and bathing . .. wllhtfut •vtr running ool. That's |h« kind of urrlco you gtt wilh a WtiHnghont Qu/ck Itutnrf Cltclric WalM HialH.Suptr.Spnd Olrtd Immersion Bemtnls put all h«ol bilo lh« walw «o kAp U artJOf *fflcltnlfy... .conomlcotly. OptralH at tamt (ow cod as ordinary, walM fetattn.'You'll llfct'ltt ipact.iavlna slzti to* ... lucju away In qny locqtiofv • Ask for complili InforVnatlon. 4tjJ^ RRH "^ttrinoHbutt ivrnf iftiipiti MNU SMOM* ttj iv How^iit \ IANE APPLIANI OH BABY! Beat togetbei; 1 cup creamed cottage cheese, 2 jars strained babyrfoqd liver and bacon, 2 Tbsp, chili sauce, I minced garlic clove, one to two tsp. sour cream and fy tsp. mustard. Coysr up; cbiU 24 hours in" your gas refrig- or BRIDE'S PRIDE Send ouf kitcfien shower inv vita|iQi}§ thyee weeks ahead. Kecfuest each guest's favorite recipe and fluickest household l^irit "by return mail. Mount them in a loose- leaf notebook; cover book with gay adhesive-baick shelf paper. The bride-to-be receives a real treasure! It'll out-work and out-last every other gift at the party SCOTCH TEA TARTS Pecan party treats, courtesy of Mrs. Harold Wise, Nebraska: Blend together 1 cup soft butter and 6 oz. softened cream cheese. Gradually add 2 cups sifted Hour, mixing thoroughly. Work into smooth dough; chill ^ hour. Shape into H/4" balls. Place intoiniatyre muffin- [igh to bot- ps! l ' TIME.SAVER SPUDS Mrs. Anne Cuppel of Independence, la., puts jacketed potatoes in a fat-water bath; lets them spak 15 minutes. Then, says Anne, they'll . bake twice as *|S quick in ypury u gas oven! DE-FUB IT.*? Swan-necked sweeties are wearing jEajbionftNe fur ruffs. \% not gp "topajng" in your own closet? Inspect that threadbare winter.cpat. Couldn|"jti cp]or pf p4r vaged for a ring wwi your chin? Qr Delect the one "best"'skin from you* °W fur-piece. Freshly line and treat it to big hidden book* 1 fasteners, •' Sprinkle % cup fine-chopped pecans intp dough-lined cpps. Spoon in this filling: IVlfx 2 eggs, slightly beaten, wjth 1 1 /% cups brown sugar, 2 'Tbsp. melted butter, 1 A tsp. salt and ^ tsp. vanilla. Sprinkle another l /% cup fine- chopped pecans over tops. Bake in 326»degree gas oven 25 to 30 minutes, or till filling is firm. (Makes about three dozen.) PRIZ2LE ,TU? 0 q tfo b e jf rains can bring sudden chills! Like it or ,_, how tfce,''gas Hght'' fashion grows! Now, over 25 American firms are making new models. (One pioneer gas street lamp company, bid ffin GwciQU| gas lights are just Wintir, $ w» "w**" exajn ^ f i ln w . «!Uft«lot»i** w»ny ways, natural .i»l sn^unvner pooling! Get a with comfort, no-obiigatipn estinwte, now, * J ^ f 9(?flf! *0« — worth of former Zelvia Dits- Wai bdrn June 3, 1934, at Oruver, la. SurviViors 1 are his parents, Mr ah'd" Mrs Wallace Brown, Oruver, wife, Shirley Sblnlonsoft' Brown, Estherville, where they were' msMed June 14, 1958,' a sort, Charles, 2, two sisters', ' Mrs Willlahi Wlllfatns, Duluth, ah3 Mrs Philip rfeWitt 61 tfort fJeposit, Maryland, and three brother's, LeRoy.-.df Des Mdihes. DdVid 6f -BUrt and ' Ronald or QfUver. '* ; ' Brown 'was one of three in a car after working hours that was sidesWiped by' & fellow worker on a road construction project. The'othfer two itt the'car are still hospitalized. Driver of the othei car was not hurt. Brbwn is a nephew of Mr and Mrs .Clayton pltsworth.' Mr,and Mrs Marion Slucki via ited Sunday with' Mr and Mrs tfloyd Biird in Waseca, Minn. n Weds Illinois Girl Sept. 23 Seneca — The wedding of Eileen Kay Bailey and Arthur Hovick was splemnjjsed Sept. 23 at the' Methodist CljujrcHi".'"Onarga 111., wjih'R'ev. WV L; Gustin officiating. Parents of the" couple are. Mr., and} ' Mrs. Charles F Bailey, Onarga 1 , 111., an,d Mr. and Mrs. -Henry -Hoyick, former Sen- ecarts," : now"' Jiving at Ringsted There was . a reception in the church parlors immediately following -J;he ceremony With 100 guests in .attendance; ' J^he couple 5 'will be.-'at home at iOl9. Timber-Lane, Park Ridge. Ill.j" after ' a' honeymoon; trip to T-k ^ii 'f<_1_/'-'; ' -'"' •' •'.'. ' Denver, ThiE'bride is a graduate of On- arga'hlgh school and ' Qentral Technical Institute, Kansas.' City , The groom, was gradualed from Ringstecl higV'sichool and Weaver Airline Sphool, Kansas "pity. He .s 'employed' by.- Braniff Airways at O'Hare Field, Chicago. The Modern Mixers CJub was entertained at the home of Mrs. Fred Johannesen Tuesday: Mrs. Everett • Witham had charge 01 entertainment. Mrs. Jphn Jo- lannesen will be the' November hostess. '>"-'•-' Little Donna Wjlberg, daughter of the Marvin. Wilbergs, Es- theryiUe, spent the 'week with her grandparents, \ the Martin Wilbergs. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Osborn and Shirley accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Tennyson of Fairmont to St. James Sunday where they atended dedication of the new St. James high school 'building. The Olaf Oftedahjs also attended .the dedication. The Blakjer Luther League elected hew officers at a meeting Oct. 1 and met to install these officers Sunday evening. Offi- ;ers elected and . installed were Roger Cherland, president, Jud> erland,. vice-president, Jamei EJergum, secretary and • Vernon Wilberg, treasurer. • Sharon Krause was elected Pocket Testament secretary and Mr. ana Airs. Gaylord Olson and, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilberg were elected league advisors. Visitors at the ,Curtis Olsen home several days last week were Mrs, Olsen's sister and husband, the Clarence Olsons of Hot Springs,'Cal, Seneca Churcji Observes Its 85th Anniversary Seneca — The Blakjer Luther? ah congregation at 'Seneca ,6b* served its 86th anniversary at its Harvest Festival Oct. 8,' Quest speaker for the day was CMr Habart, missionary to Latin America since 1942. f T A fellowship dinner was erf- joyed at noon. Afternoon s"erVid- ,es began at 1:30 with Rev. Oliver Johnson 'of Cylinder.. * • • •• ; A special offering was received at the morning service. Sunday School superintendent Gaylord Olsen presented the guest speak-' er with a purse of money, fiarly pictures of the church, its founders, congregation and pastors through the years, along With Historical accounts, were; on dis? play in the church parlors. The church had its first'meet- ing on August 15, 1876, in the old district school house at Seneca. The first minister to Serve the congregation was Rev. Hoi 1 - seth. He did not live in the Seneca area, but often traveled as far as 100 miles to conduct services. On Dec. 20, 1876, Hans Fossum donated one acre of ground to the church.; This later proved to be the location Of tht home for the minister and re* mained the property of the congregation for 70 years,' at which time it ceased to be used in this capacity.'It was sold at that time to the Caleb Hartshorns who, made the house their home. It £ as been resold and now belongs , b the Eugene Larsons. The second minister was a Rev. Pedersen. In 'May of 1889, Rev. Johnson of Franklin coun-' ty, was called. Minister in 189,1 was Rev. Jensen, 1893, Rev. In'-" gesrightson, and Rev. Vereide in 18951 .'•'••:• The church building was erected in 1895 on the southwest corner of the farm owned by Julius Jensen and oh land donated • by Hans and Christena Jensen. Ministers following were :Rev T. G. Opsahl, 1896; Rev. N, : I. Berg, 1903; Rev-. J.'Skagen, 1915: Rev. J, M. Johnson, 1918; Rev. and Mrs. S. O. Sande came in 1923 and served as pastor of the congregation for 19 years. Retf, .David Quill came in 1942 arid served both the Blakjer congre^ gation and the Nazareth cpjjgije; gatiqn at Armstrong for approxr imately a year. " '' • -v ; 'Rev. Harry C. Molstre came jh 1943. Rev. Roy Hagen served as interim pastor until Rev. 'H. E. Rassmunsen, Jr, accepted a call, to serve .until, J954. Rev. Harlan Blockhus then ^followed; resigning jn 1960, to -.accept.a Home Mission call in Southeast Des Moines. The Rev. David Vigen was installed as pastor on July 17, 1960, but remained only a year and resigned June 1, 1961, and is now doing graduate study at Andover Newton School of Theology, Newton Centre, Massachusetts, In Jan. 1961, the Nazareth congregation voted to sever connections with the Blakjer congregation and to call'a pastor to serve only 'their local congregation. During the summer months Blakjer has been served by R ev> Oliver Johnson of Cylinder, who has also acted as pastoral advisor for thq'congregation, and by ministers from Waldorf College, Forest City. Officers of the congregation are Henry-Looft, president, Laurence Johannesen, vice president Ted V. Jensen, secretary, ana Martin Wilberg, treasurer. Trustees are John Johannesun, Henry jj;ensen, and Amey Cherland. jgeacons are Melvin Bratrud -Henry Wilberg and Kenneth "Halverson. 'f'Mrs. Martin Wilberg is president of the Blakjer Lutheran .Church Women, Gaylord Olsen 'ft. superintendent of the Sunday School and Roger Cherland is .ffie newly elected president of tjie Luther League. > Ralph Redings St. Joe CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper YOUR SUPPORT AT THE POLLS JfM ALGONA, TUESDAY, NOV. 7 WILL BE APPRECIATED. JIM WHITTEMORE CANDIDATE FOR Mayor of Algona St. Joe — Mr and- Mrs Ralph Reding observed their 25th wedding anniversay Sunday evening with a 5:30 dinner at the Plantation ,at. Whittemore, with relatives and friends attending. Following the .dinner a reception was held at their 'iome northwest of St. Joe. Mr and Mrs Reding were married 'Vt. G. 1936. in St. Michael's ehUrch in Whittemore by jthe late Rev. Wm. Veit. Mrs Reding is the former Susie Margen, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Nick Mergen of Whittemore; Mr Reding is the son of the late Mr and Mrs Jim Reding of here. ? 'Mr and Mrs Reding are parents of one son, Gerald, at home, 3 daughters, Mrs Roger Thul (Norma Jean); Mrs Gerald Girres (Joan) both from here and Patty at home. They also have two grandsons, George and Gary Thul. Fall Festival . A Fall Festival and Bazaar sponsored by the C.D.A. will be held in St. Joseph's hall Sunday, Oct. 15, Serving will begin at 3:30. Games and other concessions will be held with the public invited to attend. Shower Honoree Margaret Gales was honored at a ' pre-nuptial shower in Sacred .Heart parish hall in Livermore ; (Sunday, Oct. 8, with relatives and friends from here attending. The afternoon was spent playing 500 : jivjth Mrs Ted Wagner and Mrs Oryille Wagner, "receiving prizes. Norma Becker received the door prize. Miss Gales, daughter of Mr and Mrs Raymond Gales of Livermore, formerly from here will be .the bride of Andrew M..Sopavich, 'Jr., son of Mr "and 'Mr?'•" Ropavich, Sis-ofr GbalViile'Si Oct» 21 in Sacred Heart Church, Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Joe Vollmer from Bancroft were Saturday visitors in the .home of Mr and Mrs Edward Thijges and with Mrs Rose Stattle- mait Mrs Stattleman is the mother of-»Mrs Thilges and Mrs Vollmer. The 'Vollmers returned home Thurs- dayfrom a 6-week trip to Germany to visit with their son, Joel, who is in/ the U.. S. Army service and also? with other relatives. Mr and Mrs Ed Bormann spent Sunday afternoon in Sioux City -naking the acquaintance of their first grandchild, a son born to Mr cinq ivii-s Cietus Chicoine Oct..7 in St. Joseph's Mercy hospital, Sioux City. tyrs Chicoine is the former Marilyn Bormann, oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Ed Bormann. Thunday, October 12, 1961 Algona (la.) Upp«r DM Molnt«-5 Install Officers the U-Go-1-Go 4-H club met Oct. 4 at Jean Abbotts. Plans were made for'installation of of- ficers and initiation of members. All mothers are irivit- ed to attend this event which will be held at the VFW Hall Oct. 17. Generally speaking, all persons without serious bodily defect or disease will derive profit from daily muscular exercises. Phone CY 4-3535 — Your Newspaper WE HAVE THE GENUINE J?Un IRun.Ft. FLEX-O-GLASS GLASS-O-NET WYR-O-GLASS 19 SCREEN-GLASS FLEX-O-PANE •WARP'S" BRANDED ON THI EDOI MEANS SATISFACTION QUARAHTtiD CULLEN HARDWARE STOP. AT RUSK DRUG AND JEWELRY IF YOUR WATCH OR CLOCK NEEDS REPAIRING. L O OK • » IT WON'T COST YOU A CENT TO STOP AND IT MAY SAVE YOU MONEY. . .YOU &ET REPAIRS ^AT PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD. LISTEN .» . OLLIE JOHNSON HAS THE YEARS OF EXPERIENCE NECESSARY TO INSURE TOPFLIGHT WORKMANSHIP - AND RESULTS. RUSK Drug & Jewelry 117 East State CY 4-2349 Algona Attended Drake University, major in political science. Member Algona City Council fe«r ypar|; Chairman street dept. 3 yrs.j maypr prp-tem ? years. Home owner in Algona; resident of Algona nine ears; member (.ions Clyb, Toa>tma$ters, Masonic Co. of NOW HAVE A PROFESSIONAL-TYPE HAIR DRYER IN YOUR HOME ,95 with the purchase of the \ NORGE NEW 1962 4-WAY CLOTMS DRYfR BOTH FOR ONLY ' • W TJSffl., PRYS WITH OB WITHOUT Tl'MBLISG-WlTH OR WITHOUT HEAT Only Norge safely drys everything washable-even knitted woolens, plastics, silk stockings and delicate cashmeres. t 3 DIAl-A-HfAT SHECTIONS • AUTOMATIC DOOR "SHUT Off" SWITCH • IUPI8-CAPACITY PRYIB CYUNDEg t IXClUJIVt i-WAT VINIINO North Central Public Service Co. 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