The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 13
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When Of Jeiehy .... Think Of SHARP'S '.},_ I*' , (i I ' t. Folks Honored, WediYrs. Seneca .— Mr and Mrs Erncsl Mueller, former Seneca residents, now living near Fenton, were guests of honor at a "dinner Sunday evening at the St.. John's Lutheran church at Fenton in honor of their 40th wedding anniversary. There were 80 guests present. Hosts were their children Mrs Melvin Pompe of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Harlan Mueller of Fenton, and Mr and Mrs Marlin Wegener of Seneca. Another son and family, the Lawrence Muellers who moved out west a few years ago' were unable to be present. Relatives coming from a distance included Mrs Mueller's sisters, Mrs Louise Kreuger of Fairmont, Mrs Herman Benkoske of Corydon, Iowa, and a brother, Alfred Wolters of Tacoma, .Washington. The dinner was served by Mrs Melvin Walker, Algona, Mrs Har• old Wolters, Lotts Creek, Mrs Kd Mitchell, Mrs Bennie Berkland and Mrs Harvey Hendrichsen, aL of Fenton, and Mrs Glen Flint of Ringsted. Following dinner Lhe group enjoyed a program at which Mr. Bennie Berkland was master 6i ceremonies. Included in the program was a tape recording of a conversation by members of the family with their son, Lawrence which- had been sent to them The program was in like manner taped to be sent .back to them. the early-vpart of,-'-..the -week Iff Minneapolis where Mr Madden receives treatments. They were accompanied by Bertha . Olsen who will spend the week there visiting relatives. Mr and Mrs Curtis Olsen accompanied by Mrs Cleo Classon of Ringsted spent last Thursday at the Ray Goering home at Jackson, Minn., visiting with Mrs Goering who has been in poor health recently. They were happy to find her somewhat improved. The women are sisters. Frances Foloy of Burlington, spent the weekend with hei daughter and family, the Wayne Lynchs and then was taken to LeMars Sunday by the Lynchs where she will visit at the home of her daughter and husband, the Robert Morris. Mr Morris has not been in the best of health foi • some time. Mr and Mrs Bill Bernhard haa their baby son, William Peter, baptized Sunday at the St. John's church, Bancroft, by the Msgr. J. H Schultes. Sponsors were tht baby's grandparents, Mrs Roy Kliegel of Whittemore and M. P. Bernhard. Mr and Mrs Kligel and Mr and Mrs Bernhard were dinner guests at the Bill Bernharo home following the baptism. Tom, Don and Dick Lynch were hosts to the Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club at their hon^e Monday evening. Don Lynch gave a demonstration and Tom and Dick Lynch showed the group the proper way to give their shoes a good shine. Plans wpre made to hold their Christmas party Dec. 4 at the Legion Hall at Lone Rock. Williard Thompson was a guest. Mrs John Johannesen had charge of the opening devotion and Mrs .Henry Willberg present- ed Bible Study. Mrs Henry Loot| presented the Cause of the Month assisted by Mrs Ole Pedersori, Mrs Henrietta Thompson, Mn, Henry J0nsen and Mrs John Johannesen, The group will hold their annu. al Christmas party on Dec. 14 Mrs Odey . Cherland and' Mrs Amey Cherland will be'the hos,. tesses. Mrs Iver. Bergum • 'was i. guest, 6 Whittemore Persons Are Hospitalized Whiitemore — David Potratz. son of Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz of Whittemore, is a patient at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Ht underwent Surgery last Tuesday. Mrs Mike Thill was taken to University hospital at Iowa City by ambulance Friday for treatments. , Mrs Floyd Funk was released Irom Palo Alto Memorial hospital Sunday. Randall Lauck, son of Mr and Mrs Orville Lauch, entered Palo Alto Memorial hospital as a medical patient Monday. Mrs Raymond Kollasch underwent surgery at St. Ann hospital last week. •• Jerry Zatlpukal and John Van Heise were released from St. Ann hospital Wednesday. Housewarming Held Mr and Mrs Willianv'Faulstich were given a housewarming party in their home Sunday .evening. Guests included Mr and-,Mrs Del- bei$|s;Wl*ihtendahl^' Mrj*£fcelj Mrs Dennis, Wehrspan, Mr, and Mrs James Schultz, Mr and Mrs Charles Schultz, Mr and Mrs Joe Kollasch; Mr and Mrs Harold Greene, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Mergen and Mr and Mrs Wayne Wagner. Move To Algona r A farewell party was given for Mr and Mrs William Decker Sunday evening. 500 was played at three tables -with William Deckei and 1 Mrs Harlan Leininger winning high; Garry Wibben and Mrs .William Lauck,.' low; Mr.* Stanley Opheim won Buncc. prize. Guests were Mr and Mrs Thomas _Schuller, Mr and Mrs Harlan Leininger, Mr and Mrs Nick Gengler, Mr and Mrs Gary Wibben, Mr and Mrs Gerhart ftig- gert, Mr and Mrs Noah Refsner, Mr and Mrs Stanley Opheim and Mr and Mrs Dwight Decker. ' Elect Officers St. Paul's Lutheran Ladies Aid Society held its regular meeting Thursday. Election of officers took place for .1962. :New officers are Mrs* Ralph Bauer, president; Mrs August V.audt, vice presidem, Mrs William Ostwald, secretary; Mrs Edward Maahs, treasurer. The out-going officers were Mr«. Wilbur Roeber, Mrs Forrest Gilmore, Mrs Herman Hanson and Mrs George Maahs. Steven Lee, infant son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Sebers of Albert Lea, Minn., was baptized in St. Paul's Lutheran church Sunday morning. His sponsors were Eldora Maahs and Ellsworth Heidenwith. A dinner in his honor was given by his grandmother, Mrs Dorothy Rosendahl, at the Arthur Heidenwith home with the following guests: Mr and Mrs Edward Maahs and family, Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwith and Lyle, and his great-grancr- parents Mr and Mrs Arthur Hei- enwith and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker, the latter of Albert Lea. Arthur Heidenwith, who has been employed in Milwaukee, Wis., arrived home Sunday. IVjrr and Mrs Walker met their father at 'Minneapolis Saturday night and he spent overnight at their home in Albert Lea. Mr and Mrs Marcos ^Zumach bought the former Luther^t)/ P ar- sonage, which was sold ori sealed bids. They have a lot in the east part of town and will move the house there. While in Milwaukee, Arthur Heidenwith had the opportunity to contact the Fehnske boys who grew up on a farm northeast of Whittemore. He also visited Mr and Mrs Loran Barker in Glendale, Wis. Mr Barker is a former band instructor in the more public school. •'' PUBLIC SALE at the place located 1 mile north and 2'/> miles west of LuVerne, la. Thursday, Nov. 30 Beginning a 1 o'clock p.m. FARM MACHINERY THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEl Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 34 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phonos FINTPN '99 293K 2-14 John Deere Plow, on rubber, hydraulic lift, for 50 T, 2-14 John Deere Plow. . 1955 2 row Int. Tractor Corn Planter. 2 Trailers, Electric Weld, 15 in. rims,, good tires, with wooden boxes, good shape, one with hyd. lift. Trailer with Comb. Hay Rack and Flat Rack. 15 in. Rims and Good Tires. Int. 14 ft. Disk, - , ' Kovar, 10 ft. Spring Tooth. Woods Bros, red Corn Picker, single row. Int. Side Rake, good working order. Int. Hay Loader, good working order. McCormick Binder, made in to Windrower, good running order. John Deere Seeder, running order, High Wheeled Wagon with 36 In. box, practically new. 1953 50 John Deere Tractor with 2 row cultivator, Hydraulic. mo B Jphn Peere Tractor with 2 row cultivator, Hand lift. John Deere Manure Spreader, 4 wheeled, on steel, running order. 15 ft. Land Roller, fair shape. Horn Stalk Cutter, in good shape, Shaver Hyd. Post Driver, good at new, Clipper Fanning Mill, No. 2 Louden Manure Carrier with ]99 ft, of track, 9 Steel Stanchiffnf, wood lined, good shape, Forney Welder, ISO amps. Welding Table and. Welding Hods. Kosch Mower, 6 ft, ft 5 ft, setter !»ar», goad ihape, 6 row Tractor Sprayer. ' Tractor Shield for picking corn. Pride of the Farm Hog Feeder, No, 25, 8 hole- Tractor Heat Hoy*er used en 50. Electric Tank Heater, Set of Wbiel Weight* for $0. Mectric Water Heater, ]0 gal, §et of Tractor Chains, 10-36, TERMS: CASH «• no prpperty to be removed yntil 5 <jtHed for, Not responsible for accidents. DAVID H. HUFF ANP6B56N ft Ktjyi, Auctioneer* LjYIINf 5TATI BANK, Clerk Around Mrs L. A, Copp was dismissed Friday from St.' 7 Ann where she had been a itteu.,— iJr _, tient fcr the' pasl tw'o/fhiSri'tlii She is at her'home here'and is doing .nicely. ; . ' ' • • i Mr and Mrs Matt Streit and 'Charles are going to Cedar Rapids Saturday for a Thanksgiving dinner Sunday with Mr and Mrs Michael Streit, Mark and Mil* chell. Men's Council of the Presbyterian church sponsored a family pot-luck dinner Tuesday evening. There was a worship service in the sarifctuary and films were Shbwn in the chapel for the young people. Irwin Malueg was chairman of the committee in charge with Bill Marshall and Alwin Huenhold. ' Mrs Chester Willey leff Saturday for Denver, Colo, to be with Mr and Mrs Ray Zepeda who have a new daughter, Julie Rat-, born Nov. 15. Mrs Zepeda is the former Shirley Willey and they also have a year old son, Michael. .Mr and Mrs H. M. Smith and Mr and Mrs Matt Streit went to Stacyville Tuesday to attend funeral services for a cousin, Nick Streit. Mary and Betty Streit, former Algonans now of Fort Dodge, accompanied them and returned here for a visit. Thursday, November 23, 1961 Algona (la.) Oftper Des Molne»-5 Delphian Club met Tuesday with Mrs Harold Giimore. Mrs Luella Baker was assisting hostess. Mrs Joe Lowe gave the program on China and other dishes and members brought items for display. —o— Mr and Mrs Earl Beardsley and Jane, Tom and Julie are expected to arrive today (Thursday) for u few days' visit with Mrs' Beardsley's mother, Mrs W.. J. Sigsbee. A family dinner is planned this evening. Phillip Milor arrived home ina first of the week for the Thanksj giving holiday with his mother, Mrs Beth Miller. He is teaching at Oklahoma A and M and working toward his master's degree. • —o— " Mrs Craig Smith took her mother, Mrs J. N. Fleming of Whittemore, to Fort Dodge Tuesday to' board a plane for Chicago. After a'visit there, Mrs Fleming will go* to Albuquerque, N. Mexico and' will visit daughters in both places. ' s V< , r> :*< .'*'•> *{• 'if' • As Winter Approaches and Nights Grow Longer TTT Reddy , watt really hustles!... • The automatic furnace works overtime.., B Your I ...,-. . - . ' •: i f lameless electric water heater heats water coming into the home at much lower temperatures... H TV's going longer... • lights for studying, work-' i ing, reading are needed ... • range and laundry are busy;'. > . • Ask you* self, what other service costs so little ,,. does so much! Beddy'f Still you&, BXGGEST household bargain! Costs just ^flts a OWA 1ECTRIC UGKPOIB •WE: An InyQStof'Qwnvti Utility kafplng

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