The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 20, 1962 · Page 18
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 18

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 20, 1962
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8*Atfl6rio.(la.) Uppir DC* Metoi* tuesday, febfuary t SO, 19 40th Wedding Feb. 25 The family of Mr and Mrs George Wlchtendahl of Whfttemore are observing the 40th wedding anniversary of their parents, Sunday, Feb 25, with an Open House from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran -"S spedKSons have been issued, but all friends are cordially " invited to attend. Elevator Has Annual Meeting At Whittemore Whittetnore — The annual meeting of the Whittemore Cooperative Elevator was held Tuesday evening in the Academy hall with a record crowd in attendance. Re-elected for directors were Cleo Derner and Leonard Pompe. Charles Bormann was re-elected secretary. Hold-over members of the board are Lawrence Kirsch, president; Lorenz Gade, vice president; H. R. Pettit and Earl Steier, directors. Speakers were Keith Voigt, Virgil Geddings, Sis Schutt and Larry Twedt, manager of the elevator. Bud Trafford of Fort Dodge was in charge of entertainment. Eileen O'Brien daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien who won third place in the district speech contest of the Grain Dealers Association, gave her speech. She was sponsored by the Whittemore Elevator. Door prizes were won by Garman Adams, P. W. Kollasch, Francis O'Brien and Agatha Ludwig. Other prizes were awarded to Mrs. Joe Zobohn, Mrs. Gayle Meyer, Roland Ostwald, Bob Hogan, Lester Baas, Joe Besch, Rudy Berninghaus, Pat Farrell, Mrs. Fred Kollasch, Marion Hyink, Leo Kollasch, Joe Bonnstetter, Phil Eischen, Vern Muller, Merlin Walker, Frances Fandel, Edmund O'Brien, Mrs. Alfred Meyer, Mrs. Clem Bisenius and Mrs. Harold Opheim. total sales of the Whittemore Elevator for the past year amounted to $1,204,608.90. Allocated patronage dividends were $23,696.72. Lunch was served following the meeting by the employees, which include Larry Twedt, manager, James Kollasch, assistant manager, Orville Lauck, bulk tank of gas and oil operator, Lee Ann Huberty, bookkeeper, Gerald Grimm', Ernie Meyer and Dale Bell truckers. Mrs. Mary McDonnell entered St. Ann hospital in Algona as a medical patient. Earl Schmitt entered St. Ann hospital as a medical patient. Mrs. William Meyer Sr. who entered the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge Jan. 11, was released Feb. 13 following surgery and is getting along nicely. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Besch Feb. 12 at St. Ann. They now have four boys and a girl. Mrs. Aurelia Leininger was a weekend visitor at the home of her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weaver in Humboldt. Sunday dinner guests at the Weaver home in honor of their daughter, Lori's 5th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. John Leininger and sons of Albert Lea, Keith Colwell and Pat Snell of Mason City, Jerry Van Roukle of Thor, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Colwell of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Leininger and son, Mr; and Mrs; Harold Zimmermann, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Heinrich and Mrs. Aurelia Leininger Of here. Harold Elbert, Jr. arrived home Friday from Chanute Air Force Base, 111. for a 30-day leave. The following ladies from Whit- a u ii • • • George Washington Days Specials BRASS TABLE FRUIT LAMPS (SPECIAL GROUP) n A r if r T BUY ONE AT REGULAR BASKET PRICE - GET SECOND ONE FOR - temore attended the St. Ann-has* 1 pital Auxiliary Valentine Tea Vednesday: Mrs. Roland Ostwald, Mrs. George Winkel, Mrs. Lawrence Kirsch, Mrs. Leo Kollasch, Mrs. Lbrenz Gade, Mrs. Thomas Dunphy, Mrs. Wayne Gade, Mrs. joe Fleming, Mrs. Harvey Mergen, Mrs. Leo Walters, Mrs. Leonard Elbert, Mrs. Victor Perkins, Mrs. Clem Bisenius and Mrs. Edmund O'Brien. Mr and Mrs Marcus Zumach, accompanied by Mr and Mrs Reinhard Zumach, visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Zumach at Lone Rock Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems and Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy were entertained at cards Thursday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs George Meyer. Mr and Mrs Earl Steier of here and Mr and Mrs Francis Spilles of Mallard attended a turkey growers convention in Minneapolis last Friday. Mrs Marcella Farrell underwen surgery Monday in the Kahler hos pital at Rochester, Minn. James B. Geelan entered St Ann hospital at Algona Thursdaj suffering with double pneumonia He was placed in an oxygen tent. Craig Schmeling, son /-of Mr Marie Schmeling, entered St. Am hospital Thursday where he under went a tonsilectomy. | Mark Ostwald, son of Mr and Mrs Melvin Ostwald, was released from the Palo Alto Memorial hospital at Emmetsburg Monday where he had been a medical patient. • Mrs Jack Spurgeon went to Iowa City Friday to spend a few days with her husband who was a medical patient in the hospital in Iowa City. He was released Wednesday and is recuperating at his home now. Mrs William Meyer, Sr., who underwent surgery at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, is getting along nicely and is expected to be home this week. Dale Bell resigned his work with the Whittemore Cooperative Elevator as trucker. He will move pn the home farm Mar. 1 with his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hanson re cently bought the Otto Bell-residence. Mr. and Mrs. Hanson will retire from their farm in Lotts Creek township and move here in the near future. Mr. Bell is a resident in a rest home at Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kenyon were pleasantly surprised last week on their wedding anniversary when a number of neighbors gathered at their home. Present were MP. and Mrs. Dennis Zumach, Mr. and Mrs! Elmer Elbert, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Hock, Mr. and Mrs. James Dahlhauser, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bayer, Mrs. Anita Ulfers and Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Waldschmidt. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lickteig of Wesley. In 500, James Dahlhauser won high and Deflnis Zumach, low, Mrs. Dennis Zumach, high, and Mrs. James Dahlhauser, low. The honored couple were presented with a blanket and dish towels. Rev. James Fandel of Lake City was a dinner guest at the home o: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Fandel. In the afternoon, Rev Fandel and Mr. and Mrs. William Fandel and Mr. and Mrs. Franci Fandel and Dale and Roxanne went to Wesley for the baptism o Donna Mae Youngwirth, daughte of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Young wirth. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Fan del were her sponsors. J. B. Geelan, who entered S Ann hospital last Thursday, wa released Monday and is recuper ting at his homtvfor a,week;,7 LuVerne Group Studying Book Lu Verne — WSCS members of the LuVerne Methodist church arc studying the book "Meaning of Suffering" by Ralph Sockman. Guests for coffee and cookies 9:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Allen Blake home were Rev. Worthie Usher, teacher, Mrs. Usher, Mrs. Lticin- da Stone, Mrs. Percy Bririk, Mrs. Jessie Sanford, Mrs. Earl Neal Mrs. C. W. Bjustrom, Mrs. Lloyd Larson, Mrs. William Goetsch Mrs. Ralph Davidson, Mrs. Allyn Brink, Myrtle Jordan, Mrs. John Voss, Jr., and Mrs. Blake, hostess Hospital Report Albert Fish returned to his home Saturday from a Mason City libs pital where he was a surgical pa tient three weeks. i, Dennis Marty, medical patient 11 a Mason City hospital since Thui's- day, was released and now at .the" home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Marty. ; . Larry, oldest son of Mr. jihd Mrs. Owen Curry, suffered a broken right thumb, in a fall- at their farm home Saturday. Mrs. Joel ftedtetfc^s; Joe. Beck* r LuVerne, Mf3. fed Waiflef, Demote, Mrs* M&ffy CHrisieiv en, Humboiat. Courk MilST wai jlayed, with, highj -Mrsv Wagner^ econd high, Mrs; dharl&! Hinz. ; i Mr. and Mrs. John fibckes had as guests Valentine evening for dinner their daughter Mr, and Mrs. Stanley GenridiL Verjaifle Johnson and Junior HardcopfV the occasion was the birthday of Mrs. Genrfch. Friendly Neighbor ,club were guests Tuesday of Mrs. Curtis Morgan, with nine present. Mrs Albert Hefti presented the lesson Election of Officers - .held were president, Mrs. Elmer Kubly, vice president,; Mrs. • Hefti, secretary treasurer Mrs. John Kiley* Mrs Edwin Hefti was welcomed as ne\ member. Tuesday club were Feb. 1 guests of Mrs. Ralph Davidson with the chairman, Mrs. Henry Marty, leading in giving the club Women's Pledge. Mrs. Marty presented the lesson and Mrs. Paul Blumer passed out literature on different subjects. They voted, a $10 cash donation for the school or retarded children at Algona. Mrs. George Studer was honored on the occasion of her birthday Feb. 12 with a surprise party at the home of her, father and sister, Fred Hinz and Mr. and Mrs. Earl John. 'Guests yyere Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bowman'of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mtelsw, 4ftv- Studer, Mr. and M«. Stanley denrich, Mr. and Mrs, .Janies Stahi,. Verlaine Johnson.' and Junior Hardcopf. Cards were played with high, Staney Gerirtch,' Mrs. Studer, low, James Stahl, Mrs^ Nielsen, nine jid, Dean Bowman, Mrs. Studer received gifts and the birthday refreshments included a cake. Mrs. Irvin McGowan and child ren of Clear Lake were Friday overnight guests of her mother, Mrs. Jessie Sanford. Saturday, Mrs. McGowan, Mrs. Sanford Mrs. Milton Wilhelm, LuVerne Mrs. Norman Larson of Badger spent the day with the James Trauger family. Daniel Mayer Of Ledyard Is Cancer Victim Daniel Benjamin Mayer, 78, Of Ledyard died Feb. 14 at his home. He suffered from incurable stomach cancer since Jurje when he had a checkup at University hospital in Iowa City. Mr. Mayer was born Oct; 23, 1B83 in Poweshiek county. He arne to Ledyard to 1600 and^has (ved here since that time. He was married July 7> 1924 } Agnes Eunham of Waterloo, Who urvives. Survivors are three daughters and five grandchildren. • Funeral services were Saturday afternoon at the Methodist church. Ledyard. Rev. William G. Bohi and the Rev. Victor Vrieser, officiated and burial was at High land Home cemetery. Garry fun eral home was in charge. HAND Mrs. Tillie Baner of Adair recently suffered two crushed fin gers on her left hand when she accidentally got her hand caugh in the wringer while helping with the washing. Twelve stitches wer required to close the wound. NidasDermand ; Named To Douglas Aircraft Post NItlas Derinand, son of Mf.' and Mrs. Alex Dermartd, wa* recently named personnel rep* fcsentatlve of the »°Mg'?! Aircraft Co. for Missile and space engineering. Mis dutlel will include interviewing gradj. uating engineers ftt midwestertt > universities; ,.; Nidas Is a 1960 graduate of U.C.L.A. and a 1955 graduate; of Algona high where he star? red in basketball. He Is ahft planning on taking work toward a master's degree. GEORGE WASHINGTON DAYS Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hefty entertained their winter card club Sunday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clowes of Renwick, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Savage. At play, high, Keith Voss and Mrs. Clowes, 9 bid, James Sjtahl. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hinz will be Feb. 25 hosts. The Biddies and Kiddies ca^rd club were guests of Mrs. George Studer .Monday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Victor Baumgartner, Mrs. Lyle Taut, Mrs.. Herman Hinz, Verlaine Johnson. There were three tables in play with high and travel Mrs. Baumgartner, low, Mrs. Earl John and 9 bid Mrs. Hinz. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder of Glidden visited Wednesday anc Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry Pergahde. Former residents here, they were farm neighbors of the Pergande's. The Comrade Sunday Schoo class meeting was in the rooms 01 the Ev. United Brethren church with Kenneth Marty, host. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Naffziger led the devotions and presented the lesson study. In the absence of the president, Mrs. Clyde Dudley, Mr. Naffziger conducted the business. •' Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Marty and Gary were weekend guests of the lev. Howard Marty family in Kaona. '''" Mrs. Henry Pergande entertain- d.her 500 club Tuesday. Guesfs were Mrs. Harold Meyer and Mrs. Mathilda Stoddard. HigK, Ars. Herman Hinz, low, Mrs. C. 0. McClellan. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Studer Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Zaugg and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Neuroth of Algona. The occasion was the birthday of Mrs Studer Feb. 12 and they presented tier a potted plant. Mrs. Donald Morris and Kell. of Waterloo visited Monday anc Tuesday with her parents, Mr. anc Mrs. John Bockes, and Mr. anc Mrs Stanley Genrich. A one o'clock Valentine lunch eon was enjoyed by the Good Will Club Feb. 14 at the Christensen Tea Room in Humboldt with 12 members present. Guests were NOTICE! AT SHILTS' BROWNBILT SHOE STORf "THE STORE THAT TAKES CARE OF YOUR FEET" easy does it... inToUuctte. FLIPS THE IOWA STATE BANK poblnette FLIPS. .*, Dght-hearted. light- footed brushed pigskin casuals that are designed for teen-ag» taste. 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