The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 9, 1961 · Page 19
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Have 1st Communion Whillsmore T'hirty-nln 29: children of St. Michael's parish received their first communion a the 8 O'clock mass Sunddy, Oct Adams, Karen; Arend, Nicho las; Baumann, Mary; ttahlhaus er, Nancy; Dietrich, Mary; Do gotch, Jerry; Eischen, Bette; Ei. Seneh,- Thomas; Elbert, David Elbert, James,^ Elbert, Linda; Elbert, Loahne; sElbert, Michael; El- bcrt, Sandra; Elbert, Sharon; Ernest, Sandra; Erpelding, Eugene Fandel, George* Farrell, Patrick Devine, Mary; fDHnemus,, Dianne Fouss, Thomas; Germann, Jane Illg, Terrance; Keene, Diane, Kollasch, Audrey; Mergen, Mary; O'Brien, Francine; Reed, Richard; RusseH, Joanj Steier, Timothy; Voigt, Patricia; Thilges, Le- irih; Volk,,Rlta; Walker, Duane; Walke£;»Stfflan;' Weber,'* Douglas and W-itoJceif Cheryl, ",' >,, • ,. ' Several Ailing , < Erwiri Sienis etitered'St. Mary's hospital- at Rochester last Tuesday. He had not been feeling well of late and Cortsult6d«with spe>- cialists, irt regard,of his ailment. Mr. and Mrs. Siems 'returned home Nov. 2. v • • William v Monarch entered ' St Ann hospital in Algona as a medical patient. „ ' < Mrs. Mary Stainbrook 'ehterdd St. Ann in Algona Thursday foi a checkup 1 .' i ,> Tommy Wiiikel, son of Mr. and Mrs. HardWWinltel who attends kindergarten, suffered a cut on his forehead Which required ten stitchqs. Nobody knows how he got the cut.'He was taken to St, Ann where he was treated. Eugene Knecht, son of Mr...'and 1 Mrs. Wilbur Knecht, underwent dental surgery at Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge Thursday. ; ; Rev. Philip Dailey who suffered a slight stroke entered the hospital in Rochester last Thursday. • Mr. Bfafitz at the 'hospital in Iowa City". Mr. ,2abel is ttephew and Mrs. Rosa Zable is sister of Mr. Braatz. fhey re» turned horn* Friday mottling! Mrs. Rosa Zabel remained here; t6 help take dare of-her brother. A number of relatives helped Delbert ' Wichtendahl' -celebrate his 30th birthday, Saturday night, The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jenson of Guthrie Center, Imogene Wichtendahl, Algona', Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schultz, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Heidenwith, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunphy, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Meyer and son Eldori Ray> Mrs. Dorothy Rosendahl and Mrs George Wichtendahl.' Arthur Heidenwith left for Milwaukee, Wis. Friday where he 1 will be employed for two weeks. William Bleuer, manager oi the Whittemore,,Co-operative Elevator, resigned a week ago. It has not been learned what his future plans are. The bbard o« directors have 'been interviewing prospective managers,. but have not yet made a selection. Mrs. Mathilda Meyer entertained a group, of women at her, home' Saturday. at a Iun6heon, The guests included Mrs. Eida Simonson, Mrs.' Theodore Bierstedt, Mrs. Herman) Voigt,' Mrs, William Meyer^' Mrs, Arthur Seidenwith, Mrs. Dora Faulstich, tfrs. Forrest Gilmore, Mrs. Pearl •lanson and Rosella Voigt. A social afternoon was spent. Swea Woman's Brother Dies In Minnesota . Swea-fiagle _ Mrs,' Ralph Walker received word that her brother, Ernest Nave, 55, Spring Grove, Minn., died suddenly Friday evening. , Mr. Nave, 55, was a barber in Spring Grove. He is survived by his wife, four child- Ten, one granddaughter, three brothers and six sisters. His parents both died last summer. Services for Mr. Nave were' held; Wednesday; • Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Brekke. and family had dinner with her father, Joe Kennedy at Fairmont Sunday. Mr. and' Mrs. Kenneth Isaacson were Sunday evening guestV at the Robert Osberg home at Fairmont. SUnday visitors at the Petf' Cassem home were Mr. and Mrs Bud Schaumberg and children pf Bake and Mr. and Mrs. .Willis Piftgel. A son was born ^to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sebers of Albert Lea, Minn, in St.,Ann hospital.Oct.. 30. They have one other child, a girl. He was named Stephen Lee. Mr. and Mrs. George Meyer received word that their brother- in-law Lee Campbell, of , Las Mesa, 'Calif, died Monday. He suffered a stroke four weeks ago. f ••.;.' ; Louis Braalz, who suffered a i stroke and has been a' patient at lUniversity hospital in Iowa City Ifor the past six weeks, was fbrought home Thursday and is [still in a'critical condition. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zabel [and the former's mother Mrs. Rosa Zabel arrived here Tuesday. Enroute to Whittemore they vis- Soren Hoien Of Ringsted Dies; Ringsted — Soren Hoien, 68 lingsted banker, died Oct. 26 a' Holy Family hospital, Estherville, following an illness of hree days., Soren Christensen Hoien was born Jan. 8,-1893 at Cedar Fallr o Jorgen and' Anna Hoien. In 914 he began working in the Tarmers Savings Bank here and n October, 1931. the Emmet County State Bank of Estherville took over this bank- and madr Mr. Hoien manager of the Ringsted branch, in which capacity he served until his death. He was vice president of-the Emmet County State Bank of Estherville at the time of his death, also.,' He married Minnie Nelsen April 28, 1920 at St. John's Lutheran church here. He was treasurer of the Kiwanis club. He had served as secretary of the school board, secretary of this creamery town clerk, and 10 years on the Emmet county board of education. He was a World War I veteran, a member Of the Banish Brotherhood and Masonic lodge. He .IS survived by his wife; r son, Elaine, Spirit Lake; four grandchildren; three sisters; and two brothers. Funeral services were held Oct. 29 at 2 p.m. at St. John's Lutheran church with Rev. Gordon Miller officiating. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE, NEW IDEA and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. 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 The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fentonl LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loan* And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa PRINTING The best..for less ATTHP Upper Des Moines Publishing Co. Phono CV 4-3535 Jones and .Carolyn Hovey of Armstrong Were Sunday supper guests at the home of her grandparents, the Henry Schul ers. Mrs! Dettmer Thompson, north Kossuth chairman, and township chairman for the sale of Christmas seals, Mrs. Andrew Brones : Eagle, Mrs. Selmer Uhr, Harrison, Mrs. Roy Valvick, Swea City, and Mrs. ' Francis Torino, Swea City, Ibnjoyed the . annual TB luncheon at Van's cafe Oct. 28 at Algona. .Sunday afternoon at the Mike Kennedys for the birthdays of sons, Steven and Danny, were Jim and Joe Sullivan, Ronnie. Terry and David Brekke and Dwight Guerdet. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Peterson became the parents of their 6th child, a girl, Oct. 25 at the Fairmont Community hospital. She weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces and has been named Nina' Jayne. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Preston took their daughter, Mrs. Alvin Nelson to her home at Henry, 111. after a two week .visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sanftnei and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiskus of Chicago and Mr and Mrs. William Wiskus anc 1 Luvern were Saturday eveninp guests at the Ed Meyer home at Ringsted. Mrs. Martin Gabel was an overnight patient at the Hoi; Family hospital Friday, for x- rays. . ...... ...... , ,:* . ' • Mr. and Mrs. -Tom Preston -and family were Sunday evening cof fee guests at the Warren Barber home at Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. David Earp, Man kato, became the parents of their first child, a boy, 7 pound, ' ounce Johathan Paul, Sunday Oct. 29. Grandparents are tlie Claire Earps, Albert Lea, Minn and the Maynard Jensens, Swer City. Mr. and ' Mrs. Robert Bexel were Monday coffee guests a' the Carl Lofstrom home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grupe anc' daughter of Alden were Sunday callers at the Marlin Paul home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Magnusei visited at the Archie DitswortJ- home Sunday, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Hans vis ited at the Loren Hans home a Fairmont Saturday. • Mrs. E. G. Jorgenscn, Eldor and Dale, Ledyard, were Sunday callers at the home of her parents, the Walter Hans. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Decker and family moved Friday from the farm in Eagle township to the Charles McElwee farm northeast of Armstrong. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Papen- fuhs and Mrs. Herb Papenfuhr attended the funeral of Mis Elizabeth Broderson at Pocahontas Monday. Mrs. Broderson was- the mother of Mrs. Gilbert Cordes. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Goracz- kowski and family visited his mother, Mrs. Victoria Goracz- kowski at Armstrong Sunday, Carmen Larsen visited her family, the Harvey C. Larsen.i over the weekend. Carmen is r student at St. Olaf's College at Northfield, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brone; and children were guests at i family dinner at the home of her parents, the Herb Pattersons ut Buffalo Center Sunday, in honor of the first birthday of thr baby son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Patterson, Jr., Rochester, Minn. the girl, attended the wake aft6 funeral. Other relatives were Mfe and Mrs) Phil Inmafl and frtehtft were Mr,, aftd< Mr*, Richard Menke, Janice and ' Joan and mahy others. , / » Mrs. Fred Eckhart;, undejWBftf major surgery Saturday at H61y' Family hospital, Estherville, • Duane McCleish, and Lafrj Eckhart spent several days with their parents here, returning "to Chicago Monday where they are employed by American Air lines. A miscellaneous shower honor." ing Mary Helen Bauer was held Thursday evening in the Legion* club rooms. Mrs. James JohhsOh won high score. Mrs. John Wesselman low. Five hundred was played. Miss BaUer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bauer, Relative Of Bancroft Folks Crash Victim Bancroft — Friends and rela* lives from here attended funeral services for Constine Ann Mag. twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mae, held at Ashton Catholic church Friday morning. Constine Mae, 16, was killed in a car-train accident near Sheldon Tuesday night. Two companions also lost their lives. The other passenger remains in cnt- coiiditioR in a Sheldon hos- Swea City High School Carnival This Friday Swea City — High school classes elected their queen candidates this week for the 198' school carnival to be held. Friday evening, Nov. 10. Candidates are Marlys Patterson, senior; Linda Patterson, junior; Jennifer Mogenson, sophomore, and Kay Johnson, freshman. » Prizes are again to be furnisht ed by local businessmen.^ There will be novelty booths, spook houses and concession stands/ Dinner will be served preceed- ing the carnival by the Music Boosters, • serving will begin at 5:30 p.m. Mothers of the cheer-'; leade'rs will serve lunch to fi-j nance new uniforms for the girls. Prpfits of the carnival go to; the school activity fund. • Hunters' Breakfast • A Veterans Day chicken dinner will be served by the Fisher Post of the American Legion' Monday evening, Nov. 13, at the Legion hall All men of the area fire invited. A breakfast will be served by the Legion Sunday, Nov. 12, All hunters are invited to this breakfast. Area hunters desiring to do- hate pheasants to Veterans hospitals may leave birds at the Legion hall Saturday and Sunday. Lions Hosts The annual Lions Club Hallo- •wcen party was bulging with ghosts and goblins as well as cats and an array of other Halloween costumes, when over 260 youngsters turned out. Following the; judging oi costumes, the youngsters went to the schoo 1 ball field where games for all ages were played. Over 700 bottles of pop and hot dogs were served to parents and youngsters attending the festivities. 'All was furnished by thr Lions Club. The local Commercial Club Thursday, November 9, 1961 Algona (to.) Upper DM MotnH-S met Monday evening to diSCusr promotion for the holiday" season to come. The Legion Auxiliary will give a book to the two classes liavinj. the most parents visit school the- week of Nov. 5-11 in observance of National Education Week. HOBBY George E. Davis n lifelong resident of the Grant community has the unusual hobby for a man of crocheting.. He teugh^ himself how to crochet and his items include pillows, potholders, doilies and Afghans. Th6 Boston Red Sox, after trailing the Pirates three games to one, took four straight to win a bcst-of-eight-games series in 1903, the first modern World Scries. /WI/MED mm ,.. Moves power forward for arrotv-s/rai'tf/i? jfoi'nj] MORE WAGON ROOM . . . MORE WAGON ZOOM! Know why Buick's new Invicta Estate Wagon has so much mote easy-living room? Advanced Thrust! It places the mighty Wildcat V-8 forward over tha front wheels-makes the floor nearly flat! It also gives you straight going even in crosswinds, and faster wheel response. Try this 4 Advanced Thrust wagon atyourBuick dealers nowf : :4 SEE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED QUALITY BUICK DEALER NOW . . . YOUR QUALITY BUICK DEALER IN ALGONA 18:$ C H U I T Z B R 0 S »— — SOUtll ' ' B/a selection! Big values! Sue your Bufct Dealer for Double <& Check Ussd Cars! 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