The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 16, 1961 · Page 23
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1961
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of the plum *l«b was held at drawn. Lunch was served by the president. The entertain, meht for 4-H award 'ftight at Hurt, Nov. 8, was planned. Namis for the Christmas- v party were Si HOUDAY is Girl No v. 1 Shower Honoree ALMOST FUN ELECTRICALLY! f 9 • .FLAMELESS ELECTRIC COOKING is, i fast, cool.., keeps heat in the food, not In the .kitchen. • Your kitchen sparkles f ... and so does your cook, who loves this 1 "white,glove clean fr? ,cooking!vp JEvery. 1 (thing's automaWcy. Vgives her easyycare-. free cooking and hours more freei time. • .Enjoy electric cooking for jusU^S^'s a day! COMPAN^ * •*• Several carloads °* Wesley women attended the prenuptial shower in St. Cecelia's A- Algona Sunday for Bernice Smith, daughter of Mrs Brld- gett Smith of Aigbna and. the late Lawrence Smith, ' former * WesWy residents. •> • Miss Smith will become the bride of Henry Seller, son of Mr and Mrs Jule Seller, of St. Benedict SatUr* day, Nov.' 25< Alfend Funefal "~- • Mr and Mrs Alf Studer arid Mrs Ed Downs, accompanied by Mrs Leo Young of Garner, attended the funeral ol Carl Kreiger at St. Joseph Catholic church at Mason City Nov. 10. • Mr. Krieger, who is father-in-law of "Bud" Studer of Mason City, died suddenly -Wednesday while at work in the K & K Cafe operated by him and his wife. Out Of Hospital Mrs Cletus Stalzer and new son Edwin Lee, Mrs Lee Seimer and new daughter,! Gale' Marie, Mrs John Paulsbn and Mrs John''Smith and her sister, Mrs Oscar Johnson Patrick Hughes and Bruce Halvorson were among those released from the Britt hospital last week. Mrs Sophia Stalzer had as her Nov. 5 dinner guests Mr and Mrs Linus Stalzer, and family'of Moorland- and CWtus Stalzer and children. . ? Mrs Sophia Stalzer and Cletus Stalzer . and family were Oct. 29 dinner guests in the Harold Elbert home \at Rodman in honor of the first holy communion of Linda Elbert ana Jerry Stalzer. > Mrs Francis Siepmann and son William of Des Moines were weekend guests in the home of their daughter and sister, Mrs Carl Froelich and family. Mr and Mrs Loren Lease and Susan- of .Clear Lake and Maurice DeBoer of Marshalltown were week end guests in the L. L. Lease home. Mr and Mrs Lou Goetz were honored at a farewell party Sunday evening by a group of neighbors. Cards were , played, lunch served and a gift presented, to the couple who will move soon to Britt where they have w bought a home. The Richard Simpsons will move onto the Goetz farm northeast of Wesley, Mr and Mrs N. F. Weber accom panied "Mr and Mrs George Raeder to Creston Saturday where they visited relatives'. They also spen several days at the Calvin Meinecke home at Jefferson. A:parent-teachers conference was held, dicing'last week' a't StrJbsephs parochial school. Mrs John Niedzielski and son John of St.. Cloud, Minn., were Weekend guests in th home of their son and brother, Marcel Niedzielski NEWEST ENTRY IN THE LOW PRICE FIELD THE NEW LEAN BREED OF DODGE and family. . ' , Grade students ,gi?ese'nted an ex cellent ii^Sft aTTO Ndv; 8 forium'.'' Tne' junl<lH "banid ' playew several selections. '•~Df. JottgWfitffc Spoke TM-ffefiy. '••< •' •« • H.' E. Hefflmingsen was in tfttfc lions >st week tb correct a back 111 jury suffered last month. *•* A teeeption for the'ft..„ Mr and Mrs Gary Pearson „. Mohies was> held Nov. 11 -iH parents^ Tony Pearson home. Mrs,S6phla ftautf of Alexandria, Minn,, concluded a several week Vis* it With her sister, Mrs L^L. Lease- Friday ahc(. will spend some tittfe in Hanlontbwn with relatives before returning home! ,,' ,? The Prairie Center ,W*S.C.Si met with Mrs Robert Jones at thff'pW 1 sonage Tuesday. Wednesday after* noon, Circle 3«met with Mrs,W»sR.' smith and circle slJnM af.the par'?; sonage with Mrs Robert Jones ai 7:30. The Methodist Men's Club sup* per meeting 'will be held .Nov.; 18 at the church; Circle 1 • wflr 1 servg unch. The Wesley commission t pti Membership and Evangelism sppn- ored potluck supper was served ,at' 6:30 Sunday., Mrs Francis 'Pfeffer attended uneral services for Carl Kreiget at St, Josephs Catholic church in Maon City Friday. Circle 2 of the CDA's served breakfasts after each Mass Sunday in. St. Josephs parish .hall. The sophomore class of Garrigan high school had a bake sale there, too, Mrs Hazel Gerdes returned hOhte Thursday from Grinnell /where she spent two weeks with her daughter, Mrs Jim Lincoln and family. . •„;• Mrs Sophia Stalzer, Mrs Helen Youngwirth and Cletus Stalzer went to Marshalltown Nov. 9 to attend the funeral of the former's Cousin, John Sassen, 17, of St. Paul, Minn. .''•'•• Edwin Lee was born October 27 to Mr and Mrs Cletus Stalzer, who now have a family of five sons and a daughter. He was baptized in St. Josephs Catholic church Sunday. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Linus Stalzer of Moorland. ' .John Spangler of Janesville, Minn, spent the weekend with his sister, Mrs Josephine Gouge.. Other Sunday dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Albert Girard of Bagley, Mr and Mrs Will Hauptly of Wesley Mr and Mrs Clarence Placek 'and family of Duncan and Mr and Mrs Wilfred Becker and family were afternoon and evening guests. Mr and Mrs George Kelley of Urinnell were Sunday guests in the parental H. H. Flom Sr. home. Mr and Mrs Walter M. Hall of Dayton, Ohio recently -spent two; weeks with his sister,' DeEtta Hall., They left .for St. Petersburg, Fla. where they have spent the past many years. Mr and Mrs Oscar Erickson o Pequot Lake, Minn., are visitin DeEtta Hall. .....; •• Father Dominic Lickteig oLJoliel 111. and Mr and Mrs Bud Forres of Forestcrest, 111. spent severa days over the weekend visiting the former's relatives here. They were houseguests of Mr and Mrs Tom Lickteig. A group of relatives helc a party Sunday evening in St. Joseph's parish hall in their honor. ; Wendell Olson of Council Bluffs spent the hunting weekend in the parental E. M. Olson home. His mother accompanied him hornet Sunday evening and' she went on to Harlan to spend a few days at the home of their son, Pete and family. A son, Ronald Joe was born Nov. 11 to the Pete Olsons who now have a family of five sons. Don Olson of Ft. Dodge was also a hunter guest in the parental E. M. Olson home over the weekend. and Mr. and Mrs. fiefl Scfimldt Terry and Gary were Sunday dinner guests 1ft 'the, Eugene Blanchard hbrtie, SpHSrtcir, •' Mr. and Mrs. Mard'MoOre Algona were Thursday' eveni Visitors in the Everett Henna home. Mr. and Mrs. .Ralph Thompson, John Long of Acklfly, Mrs. Anna Newbrough of Mumbpldt.' Arthur and Bernard Loftg bf Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Jim .Long of Lone Rock helped Mrs. Richard Long of Bancroft celebrate her n birthday Sunday. Mrs. Kathryn Doege of Algona spent the past two Weeks' Visiting her daughter and granddaughter, Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda. You're JQQfcioS at a fuli-sise 1 62 Dodge tliat wffl out-scat, outi-wye jugt about anything running o» gasoline. Aud it's priced down tbe line with Ford and Chevrolet, Podge Dart! An Action-Economy car that will accelerate 7*-quicker than last year's comparable model and do it on <j* less gas. You've never driven anything like it! Handles neat and easy. Rides level and smooth QU torsion-bar suspension. The brakes adjust themselves. The body is rust- grease jobsfWby acti come In and drive tfce new lean breed of Dodge. P HERE'S HOW DQDOE PRICES ?!MM^!miHi OTHER FULL-SIZE CARS DODGE DART *23}5 ',40 on CHEVY BISCAYNE '2324' [00 FORD o(»«r ment. *t*t* ' " ~ —r */M( #&s> desti- ' • " •»«.»" *> «r™. ,*•* -wu-Kwvn VfVVtf If'WV* Wf »«* OI§PlAYATYQVaQ£PiNMWQQQGimiil1 PERCIVAL MOTORS ftOQ §9. PluIUpi §t. . Alflono, Igwa LONE ROCK NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Blanchard and family of Cedar Falls and Mr. and .Mrs, E.ugene Blanchard of Spencer / visited Ed Blanchard over the weekend. Mrs. Larry Menz of Anamosa and Nancy Fischer of Iowa City came home Wednesday to attend the funeral of Laurence Johan- heson. Mr, and Mrs. Leo Schmidt vis ited Sunday in Ihe Walt Eisen beVg home, Garner, Word has been received bj Lone Rock friends of Mr. ana Mrs. Ray Johnson that both Me and Mrs. Johnsin 'were hospital i?ed for some time, he having suf fered a heart attack and Mrs Jphnson wjth a broke.n hip. Both are recovering 'and are at theii home in Sierra Madre, Cal. The Johnsons were Lone Rock resi-, dpnts prior to World War I when he was a rural 1 mail carrier and carpenter. ., Mrs. Donald Hansen was re ;ad|ni(ted to St. Ann hospital Where. v . sh§ underwent surgery Monday evening. Mrs. Hansen is the former Vjola Berninghaus. MPS. Hansen is reported as improving. Mr. and Mrs. LOUJS yerninghays and Mr- and Mrs. Eajl F«Q|s and Eddie visited Mrs, • Hansen in the hospital ' Honor Roll Is Released At Ringsfed High Ringsied — The honor roll fo> lingsted high school is as fol- ows, Carolyn Jensen, DuWayhi Jansen, Evelyn Ehlers, Wally ..arson, Donnette Mead, Dorothy •Nelson, Linda Brown, Fred Christensen, Rebecca Hansen, Irma Recker, Mary Anderson Louise Sorensen, Virginia Haasen, Wiley Hansen and Janet •Lund, seniors. ; Karen Ehlers and Karron Anderson, juniors. Jeanet Anderson, Norma Christiansen, Myrna Thompson. ,Clay Warren, t Connie Hoppus, Diane Dallam, Mary Lu Petersen, James Miller, Judy Hansen and Vicki Wiley, sophomores. Sue Glasnapp, Karen LUndeen. Karen Jensen, Barbara Thompson, Patricia Pedersen, Candy Christiansen, Linda Cronk, John Sorensen, Janet George, Barry Lundin and Marie Rasmussen, freshmen. Karen Lundin, Linda Knapp, Bonnie Nelson, Jean Ellerston, Ruby Petersen, Mary Twait, Sharon Larson, Charles Jensen and Gayle Loewenberg, eighth grade. Dianne Gruber, Renee Hinkley. Corinne Smith, Rhonda- Miller! Duane Schipull, Monty Miller Ronald Pedersen, Becky Reed Patricia Torkelson, Susan Millet Marsha Langermari, Lorna Thompson, James Pedersen, Robert Johnson, Cynthia Geesman; Dennis McMillin, Mary Jensen yorma Watson, Kathleen Hansen, Kathy Jensen, John Peitersen and Joleen Wiseman, seventh grade. Bin Site Corn Sale Offered Mr. and Mrs. Donald Radig were Friday visitors in the Marie reypr home at Buj-t, 'Allan Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs, Bernard Miller, celebrated^ his sixth birthday Saturday. Kirsten and Sandra Hab^ger, Holle NelsQt}, Susan Schrqeder, Edward Richards, Raymond Beh- reftds, Qindy Rath, Dale Person and Miss Yager helped. Allan celebrate . his birthday in the Miller home. Mary McGuire -of Burt spent &ty jp-. the home pf Mr. and Mrs. Jjni Marlow. Mr. and Mrs. B^n Schmidt -e Wednesday guests in UK- Scheppwiann home, Al-- r " Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stewart of Cedar Rapids visited over the weekend at the home of their niece, Mrs. Ralph Riedel. On Sunday noon the family of Mrs Margaret Householder held a pot luck dinner at the community hall in Lone Rock. ' Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Christensen returned Sunday from Ankeny where they visited their daughter, Mrs. Robert Scott. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Hohn drove to |Faribault, Minn. Sunday to visit the former's cousin, Arnold Hohn. Mrs. Mae Ella Dolan of Bancroft and Mike Manley of Armstrong also accompanier them. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Henrikser left Thursday for Titusvjlle. Fla., where they will spend the winter with their daughter, Mrs. Charley "Veen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olson will eave Nov. 20 for Holbrook, Ariz where they will visit their daugh- er until after the first of th( 'ear. Mr. and Mrs. F, S. Manor of Armstrong went to Topeka, Kan. his weekend to help their daughter, Mrs, George Anderson, nove to southern Missouri. Geo. s the son of Mrs. Clarence King >f here. The Ringstod dry cleaners is now closeo\ Carl Lundin, who has operated the cleaners for the past several years, moved Friday to Omaha, Nebr. Mrs. Edna Kyhl is visiting several weeks at the home of hei sister, Mrs. Arnold Peitersen in Red Wing, Minn. Carl Larson went to Iowa City Monday for a check-up on his eyes. He had eye surgery there a month ago and his brother, Arnold took him to Iowa City Monday. Mrs. Fred Brown of Mason City visited several days with her sister, Mrs. Peter Thorson. Mr. and Mrs Ole Ravn of Swea City visjted Sunday at the Ervin Nielsen home. Jerry Henriksen, I960 graduate of Ringsted high school who has been employed in Algona is now working at the First Trust ana Savings Bank at Armstrong. Jerry took a course in International Business Machines last winter n Des Moines. Alfred Lemke of Atlantic ana August Lemke of Casey visited Thursday at the Ralph Lemke home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hewett. /indy and Valeria of Swea City were Sunday dinner guests at he Leonard Lund home. Mrs 311en Johnson of Swea City and Mr. and Mrs. Don Bensen of Ot- osen were afternoon callers. Mi-, and Mi's. Jj'red 4-H . Installation of officers and ini- lation of new members of the 4-{i ciub was held at the . hajl. The U-Go-I-Go 4-H 1Mb, instiled ihe . officers and uutiatu4 new mwubers. R. I. Anderson, chairman of the Kossuth County Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee, today advised that 16,364 bushels of CCC bin site stored corn is being o'ffered for Sale, on the basis of sealed competitive bids. All bids for the, purchase'of this corn must be received in the County ASCS Office on or before 3:00 p.hi., Nov. 14, 1961. Prospective bidders may make arrarigements with Thurtrfoy, November 16, fW Atgona (to.) Upptr DM Mofrm-j the County ASCS Of flee-to examine the grain being offered for sale.' - •' •• : ••'••• / . All firms or individuals^ who are interested in bidding oh the sale of this grain should contact the County ASCS Office for complete information and thb necessary forms on which (o sub" niit offers. '»•••'•• INJURED ;, Mrs. Fred Orr of New Market had her left hand badly hurt recently when it was crusHId in SPREADER BUYING GUI Buying the right spreader te as Important as getting the right tractor. To help you make the right choice, New Idea offers two distinctive types — famous paddle-type or new flail design «—and sizes from 70 to 160 bushels. Stop In today and see our fine selection — from THE WORLD'S MOST COMPLETE LINE OF SPREADERS her clothes wringer. Her entered the rollers and she Wai unable to hit the release. Her arm entered nearly to the elbow be- fbre she was able to pull the electric plug. OBM ClaMififtdi Par 160 bu. FLAIL t4S bu. HO w 74- bu. Ground Drivt 130 bu. 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