The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 32
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1961
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,f.»,, 194! mcoHBflOTftv-f' :-\ ;:: Mfcw*jA*'v;*t-ftHifc*te sd Sunday at the home of tHefr daughter, Mrs. Mae Ella DoiaA at Bancrofts .Other^Visitors {riSta ,tn i *fwci vjut W.m; O&ilrt Sfve Mfe? fi*^ t^Apittftt ^ - iM-MW lt :fe alttf fhbmas fcabert and Kristy, MlKel" ed MttJ Jr., all bf M? .5" i-r""S?i )«3*-jiuiiut vis Robert Srffmldf 11 Fail*. ,,e r., a b - . • . « Pbrt DdTTge. '• ' ' : j Mh,rfina-MrS/Lg's1ie BaxteV fifld Mrs.-'W. t. Molthetri Upen* the t^eekend-in the Dotialfl l*« 1*1 ,1* id. —; DaWrt, of, Mrs, dleo^ ,' fuM Kdberf ' laraf . rs.-. . otet e eeen of Swfe City accompanied thdr Pa«»non home at m^ll!' !?l 5? n i n J aw - ^ ant > '•'% .i ftd f '¥& M>s • «ftr6id C. Mfferson' 18 U putHWrf ^eire •Harold C. . Miflrti te W —, Sarfdra Thursday dirr- in the-Leslie BaxteV ,„ , were' .^friedLjThe Ralph .Lenses -have, sold L Mr. ° * wbta *toS'<** ' at St. thefr home fo the Lorman ls Seneca ' T ¥ Lfetfl&e to«h ffl *l at 'i, he to their .farm near Mr. ««d Mrs, y, after Chffstnias, ( tt e .will lhove his Owning Lemke Thtirs'djr Btotter home Donald Ratife evenlrtg in Schtfildt h6rrte\ auriqe * « *- o v« a j aitcHlOUJIV f UOO-KiGlS I •"*"*"*«' iTlllUIieU of scallop- were received to be sent to tne members present. ^*" , s6i F? 1 ? 8 ^'^ • Christmas 'bres^L Mr. and Mrs, |kirt .*as ^hts^ MfS/^6fiii Schtipfel- fe&ori J M find ^ a n .with , an over\skirt in >d a/moit 40ft 'pouhSs of S Locked Were" Thnd«y ° fanCa °P ed1ce n « e ved to be sent "i"f visitors in the Bill _* I *•»*«**« viiajr o^euiupcu J.aUc | with a large,organza bow at the f point,of -ths'over skirt. The skirt ' extended Into, a long- tfain. Hei Vffll wd'Of irhpdfted English -11- ligio^f t attached to a>'Wefts f crBwrf of jfe'arls and she' carried a bdua<$t>$$ tWiiita 'mums .centered. ; wrth,a .white orchid. >•••<«<>'' Attendant to ""the" bride "was , Jean .Mitchell, David Behrends Was' best man and fcoger Thiel • of Armstrong,. Irio; Dennis Shry- „—.......g, TVV.IC AW.CJVCU LU oe sent .overseas and, to the Indian mis- 'sion in S6uth Dakota. i'' A ' ^e-as-you-are" breakfast Was held Thursday at the Donald jHoien home. Those attending in•eluded Mrs. ftofaert Mortsoh, Mrs. Allen Strong, Mrs. Marvin Coi- derman, Mrs. Stanley Jensen, Mrs. Russell Miller, Mrs. Melvin Nielsen, Mfs. Arnold Sorensen, Mrs. Eryin Nielsen, Mrs. John Fothergill and Mrs. Ella Nelsen. The Rmgsted American Legion home. " *w«*ot>i.»v«« jwoa; juiia in tilt church parlors »With sMri'.Roger i* j ^j «,,-,.- "- -«•• 'Petersen as -hosfekij Mrs Dean „,„ ^" d Christmas mortey gifts ! Waler served' thbf^unch' and Mrs wm te sent *o Veterans who are > Wrrt. fintfestaaUftd Mrs ChrH- confined to veterans hom'es. coffee. Mrs. I .. Mr ' and Mrs - Forrest,Christian '' tlna ***. a ^,^.od« UUMICU uoiiee. ivirs. *„.. „,__* iSJS.S^] 1 .-* —'sum Mr. an^ Mrs. Nels vacaiidnlng in Si: * Fla. >t t . David Mueller, 23 "* »••** *-»**! JOblllCIO S6fll arid Christmas mortey gifts ->e sent to veterans wh confined to ^veterans hom'es. Forrest Chrii, ...... ._ RocTiester, Minn, Sunday to visit Wm. Olson, former Ringsted resident who is Flint are ho |P itallze d at St. Mary's. Petersburg, ,, S f ot ,*, G. Ias naPP celebrated his 6 -1 first birthday at .the Michael Glasnapp home. Guests present « rt i to the Charles Morris home afteV spending a few j days visiting with f 9 ^*?*. 1 " Willmar and Minne^ apdlls, Minn. Happy Homemakers Club me< Nov. 29 in the Lawrence Dittmir home. Mrs. Duane Habegar arid son Kent were guests. . M™ Ma iT Cfenrich accompan^ led Mr. and Mrs, S. E. Straley of Fentoh to a Christmas party for rural letter carriers and Aux' iliary held at Swea City. Mr. and Mrs. • Lawrence Dittmer Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Angus and Mr. and Mrs. Robert 'Anlui of Lone Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Ddl- and Joyce of fu ' attended the 54th wedding anrit- versary of. Mr. and Mrs. J6e Geibel at Stillson Sunday Mrs. Ralph Bierstedt and Rox- the Christmas anne attended in the ssssff^fs a sr-'sys ssw AnniP T^^Wpi^ AT T u n u°?j? h ViaU and Jimm 'e of Hum Annie t. Welsh, Mrs. Isabella | boldt. Skow and Mr?.! 'Jarte Ellerstor. •have moved,-to ^Estherville ' ;make their'home.' .' u Mr. and, Mrs. • Pat Nolan of , Armstrong 1 are parents of a-son, . James Allen, weighing 9 pounds. .2 ounces, born Tuesday, Dec. 5. at Holy Family hospital, Estherville.' > Mr' Nolan is boys basketball coach at JArrrist^ohg rand Mrs LONE DOCK By Mrs Darryl Hooiseholder ,„• • . - Roger Radig and'son Ron* —•—-- • —.- -^ *««^(UVA \Jllf^ ICIIJLU/ XVAlTt, llj 'L • ~ . , .~ ». " »W»«M»^ U41V4. h)Vll AHJ11~ Nolan is the former Miss Reding f 31d':were* Wedriesday visitors in of St. Joe. They how have two -^ e ; Earl Bowman home in Al- snnc . t . j * , ffnna , sons. 4 ,< 4 t Rita Geesman celebrated hei 3 Oth- birthday ;Wednesday at the parental Gerard^ Geesman home. Ritas guests were Diane Ohrt- inan. Angela Hansen. Nancy Me- .Milhn, Sally Reed, Mary Hink- ,/ey. Alice Kirrjrnet, Connie Johii- ron. Terry Petersen, Murlaine, , Maas, Caroline Behrends, Mary ; Jane Skattebo, Shirley Austin j gona. Mr.^&SdsrMrs. IDuane Dreyer ,and family and Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer, Humboldt, Mrs. Everett Dreyer of Fenton, Mr. and Mrs; Darrell' Dreyer and family of Fenton called in the .Frank Dreyer home recently. The ;group celebrated the birthday of Mrs, Everett Dreyer of Fentort. IHOWIAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa if'vn- .'i'r">- ;-' : ; i Experienced ^ ':.'•] .•"'•<•' : -'' Embalmers and Funeral Directors ' Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funeral May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phones FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21Q06 ' 202U chur6h Ro«k church held 'its ahi nual Christmas m'efeting and . n,- r the Theima, circle as hos- tesscs. Mrs. A.-A' Hal-Ian Blanchard' and jjfs! Mil" ton Madison were in charge 01 the program. f 'The vocal department of Sen- tralhigh school will give its an"v 1 ! 1 .^.Christmas' Concert Der. 20 at 7:30 p.m. in the<auditoriurn Central high scKobl library h'ao! 135 pew. books, added' recently putchued by thelschodlffrani the general fund. . , . -- - -..Mr., and Mrs. Harlan BJanch-I P lassr °oms. ard and , Jonathan, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanna, 'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Backen, Mr, and Mrs. Garryl Householder and Kenny Schmidt and Gail Pettit of'Cedar Rapids wel-e Thursday evening visitors in the Woodrow Pettit home. They celebrated the birthdays 01 Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Pettif Mrs. Herschel Hartman and Julie and Mrs. Bessie Hartman, Mrs. Art Sumach, and Mrs. Walter Dacken were Friday visitor!, in the Woodrow Pettit hqme, Friday afternoon callers were Mrs. Fred Schmidt, Everett Householder, Mrs. Fritz New- orough and Sherry, Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and Jonathan, Mrs. Eric Scegebarth arid Mrs. Garryl Householder and Viclci Jo. Evering callers were Mr. and Mrs LeRoy Ennen and Mervin. Mr - a "d Mrs. Leonard Hansen and children and Mr. and Mn> vvayne Decker and son were allcrs recently in the Darryl louseholder home. Wilfred Radig of Lone Rock nd Don Murray of Bancroft left or Canada where they will takf i a few days of moose hunting. Fenton Township Homemakers FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY .on Sentral high school received } w^ piece of audiovisual equip: ment, the new movie-mover. This iece^ of ectuipment will make it much easier and better for teachi- !J?J.°-_? how fitas in ' their own ua JYI. ivicLruire, HODert'D & Dele feu^l^SShl^^il Hnvi" I *'r b ''??°% Myrtfe"' & R Ca*l £". S, a> 5f^J- .Yii.5 va n?. Joe Henry. Hel COMPLETE CLOSING OUT FARM SA GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FiNTON, IA, WEISBROD Jm»((8iment Company '' IDEA, DEERE ontl 6EHL EQUIPMENT BWI, Phone 3 Re». Phone 60 •, ' i ' , •{? THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invite* You To Fenton ^^^^^^^^^'^'^^^^•^•^'•^'WIWBBiH^ Dr. E, W, Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Refidenc* 25 Fenton, Iowa BUIIDINC 5ERVICE The Fenton REPORTER r! ed Th4t rentonl An ItUewi» IP ' '• j»'£ r t^Z ^mnwmfnitf liwiMdiflPl Estate Broker and Form Loan, • '-' -And Auction Service , fowa 'f olfalfa and Brome Hpy| TOO dale* of CHICKENS - 120 Yearling OeK«lb Hen,, PIGS - Five Feeder Pigs. ". -USUAL AUCTIQN TERHS - NOT RESPONSE FOR ACCIPENTS- CHARLES McKEAN Owner Clark « Clprk, Auct First Trgsf matti DMlnage of t of th« moval excavation^ about one artd one-half miles That the engineer a ' Board. has reorted fa lltAri filed , . Hill actlofl. . .That SSme before the Board Kossuth C6unty, . v .. House. Algeria. IcAVa, „,. ... c <„„, Of JaftUafv, Iflfe, at »:60-Bl!l6Ck A ^That all elates' tot. dama|efc. flftcf, all objection* 16 the pr66o<*d rtpalfs afld improvements to Mid DralnaW District, must be -made .in- Wrttlnlt a 34, all in Township 97, HaHge uth. County, itfwS-- j *" *»»• The Alaona Post hat trie ftrtel P6s fited in itfe off Ice 1 , of ihe' CoO ditor of Kossuth bounty, Fbw be' 6pen from; 8:30 a.m. to S:0 before the time set for hearing Dated this 6th day of December, IMi, BOARf) KOSSUTH County Drainage Clerk.- A* ' > , sfl. Kossuth CoUnty, , .-- v —«»uMiAi4« uvsuiikj' V4.,SE|4 ? J4 *»E</, It a^st W\frK®%lK:ffl ffl'ft '. Sid II 4 F^\^ W * w'l ftel* M> NW« Mai?%tSf/".? ) , 1 X 1 4'. s . w .'4.NWH. S Winiam Manning, John ivichtendahl, Arthur- Herman Hlg- Section 20. N, 6-8 W','a Luedtke, Hel-ISE',4 SE 1 Fehr, Wllhelm Section B Lco,w SmlJh ° Harriet 10gg, -. Morrall, Aiphonse Berlo Frances Easbn, : Edwin F.' Llab Adam LlebrKarl R. fie Lu'cy M S?_" ma n'.- G erhard. A. & Edna A. Wit?: A«uc4,tv f anna inc., i^awre Darlene Dovlne, Albert S '• Walker. Violet. Walter et S.-'tSSS T.'Bayers, Hazel Lusby, Irene & Mar" guerlte Dalziel, MaraueHte Mnrnnnh fi««kt n.xi-^ . . » »"*«v«*;i4tc KTIMIJmcn, •., WHITTEMOHE TWP. 95-30. E / 4 NE 4, SE./, NE%. SW'l ','Henry & Anna Mueller! Anibrose Llekte.lg,; Earl Rich. June • oany, H. Pljhan, Ca?i immahUel Evangelical Lutheran F. R .? S PO.TWP. 95-29. Worster, John H r-i. T"«— 7 - r-^. hl WUllam T. & Clara I._Drnyton; Edward HI ! Rich/ , R °A e . Sabln, Mary A. OrefeV »» 1 — :™ — ' '**«*»*ivwio Maxine Caldwell. Christian phamie Jensen. Eugene & « Mary B. Reihenlfzel-, , ,. County Iowa. Edmund . •ttfhtf bsttngjcy. Java M therao(feffi,ft- \ - ir^w^ ™ ' > ": t>, r 'ks * '' s-. j a. mund . ft deres, Ruth Dutton, Lloyd A Vlbon ' y ' P M ( .a Eclythe M. Cotton and 4-3535 ^ YOUR NEWSPAPER MONDAY, DEC. 18 SALE STARTS AT 1 P. M. - FARM MACHINERY—

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