The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 27, 1962 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, February 27, 1962
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-rK - HH (la,) Upp*r 0«i Molnei Tueiday, February 27, T962 ';Mrt'Le*nor'e Hllti was Hostess to* ' Mrs George Harris was ning. sewfHg'clflb Monday eve' • • „., ftpy^r eiftfcd St. AnA Ital FeK 20 fot riiedfeal treat- C, It McQulston was hostess to the .Happy Birthday club ' Friday. •• • • 1 Mrs W. J. SIgsbcc will be hostess ^to the EightiSpe *4iesday* evening; 1 U, Mr and Mrs Wlilil Ridge tfa*d AS **guests over the weekend Mr and '; Mrs Alvin Johnson of Hardy. »H'Mrs Don Prlcskorn is at Fort Dodge where she went to be with mother who is ha'ving surgery. Mrs Edna Shllts was hostess to few ladies Saturday afternoon in onor of the birthday of Mrs ter,Klamp. "** Max Mcsing was dismissed Fcti. 21 from St. Ann hospital after ?bcing a medical patient there for (Several weeks. ttiey 'Michael, infant s'on of #rid-,Mrs Phillip Pfeffer, was fzSd recently at St. Cecelia's ^Catholic church. "i ' ~~" — ; Jita Pratt, student at State Col- , Mr and Mrs James St. John ar paHihts^of a v '6> $mntf, i$' OU^CL datnjnter Born FeVsiZ at' St.-Am hospitah, ' • : , " , far 1 ., and Mrs Jolih ScfiuUiir af weefc'Jh Chloa'g e former is atteriditig tiled i6al mee'tingi ' Sunday School leathers of th Regular Baptist' church Ml mee Wednesday evening, fid Corbett i in charge and a -film will be shown Mr,s W. jVsiglbee will be hos tdsS 't6 her birthday club at a pot KicK dinner; Friday. Mrs Walter Clamp's anniversary will be cele brated. lege;6f J6\|a -fit Cedar Falls, spent the weekend KerY with" his paferifs, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Pratt.. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seely and -Kendra went to Ames Saturday for 'commencement exercises in which .the son, Victor,- was graduated from Iowa'State ^niverSityl - Jack Vipond, Bill Sigsbee and .Lfnda Tague, students at the State . University of Iowa, Iowa City, .spent the weekend here with their - respective parents. 1 United Presbyterian Women will ,have.a dessert luncheon Thursday 4at 1:30. The program topic oh evan- -gelism is la charge of circle D, •Mrs Fred Pannkuk, chairman. '. Dr. M. G. Bourne spent a recent weekend at Hanover, New Hampshire with his son, Bill. It was Father's weekend at Dartmouth .. College where Bill is a freshman. - Mr afad Mrs Fred Wegcner had i as their guests last Tuesday Mr c.-and Mrs Walter Thompson of Lone Rock. Other recent callers were, "Mr and Mrs Irvin Heidenwith of -Swca City. —1>— , Mr and Mrs Richard Mawdsley had as their overnight guests .Thursday, Mr and Mrs Dave Webster of Long Island, New York, ,arid Mr and Mrs Everett Webster »f Minneapolis. ' Mrs Richard Norton, was hostess to her bridge club Thursday eve- 'nmg. Guests were Mrs Joe Tschet- t6r, Mrs Fred .Williams and Mrs George Harris. Prizes were received by Mrs Craig Smith and Mrs Leighton Misbach. Guild of Hie Presbyterian church met Monday evening Mrs June Carson and Mrs Hazel Markoyetz were hostesses, Mrs Harlan Sigsbee gave the program and Mrs Goldie Guderian, devotions. Mr and Mrs Richard Mawdsley Craig and Kristine were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Walter Win kel man at Buffalo Center SatuT day evening. ,Mr dnd Mrs Allen* Buchanan arc in New Orleans where they are at tending an abstractor's association meeting. Mr, Buchanan is Iowa state president of the association, Meryl Yeoman, former Algonan now of Denver, Colo., was a caller here Saturday. He and Mrs Yeo man are visiting at Emrnetsburj because of the illness of'the latter's mother. Lennie Fiink, student at Iowa State University at Ames, is spending this week here with;,his parents, Mr and Mrs Ray Funk. Howie Funk, senior: at the State JJnfyei?- sity of Iowa, Iowa City, was home for the weekend. '.'•:- , . .•', —« Mrs Les Riter, Mrs Al Agena, Mrs Marc Moore, Ava Simpson, Mrs C. C. Inman of Bancroft and Mrs Kenneth Jackson of Lone Rock are planning to attend the Spring Conference of Republican Women in Des Moines Friday and Saturday. Women's Fellowship of the, Congregational' church .will have ai uncheon, meeting Thursday at 1 p.m. Sonla-Roza, exchange student :rom Bogota, Colombia, will be guest speaker. Mrs., Theo Herbst will give devotions arid the Naomi circle will serve. Bel Canto music club will meet Wednesday at. 1:30 at the home of Mrs. A. E. Kresensky. Mrs John Hayes ,is assisting ihqstess. The program will be given by Mrs VlyrOn Brower, Mrs Ralph Webe'r and Mrs Richard Burt. Chorus practice will follow. Kossuth .Council of Republican Women will have a guest, night meeting Mar. 6 at the Burt school. The county central committee, Angus Cotton, chairman, will be ver dent at St, Tergs tta, and Iowa State University, also" ' mes. Mary tte»d$ St. ' _ _ ------ I wl/CJIV Ulw VT^^IV m MS Mh hW parents, Mr afld Mrs Eugene Hood.' , t, I t'i'ortf, hdg b'c6ft received from Rdv. ahif'Mrs Newton Cdighenoiir, fKcatoftirfg- itt, Phoenix; Ariz., tWt the^ h^ve". visited Dr. and Mrs Earl Burgess"', former Algbnans riow -at!Central Melhbdist church therif. I'h'e'y'also'sfiiW Mr 'and Mrs John McGulre, vacatibhing in Phoenix and Mr and Mrs Ed Wol- cptt wfto wer^e ori their way t6 Calffornia. . Priscilla unit of First Lutheran church meets; this evening (Tues- da'y).,with Mrs Ledrfe Anderson and Mrs'.^rMarf Chilstfa'h hostesses. te¥fon lerfdef is MrS"Dfon Kramer and Mrs H f BunK6fskfi, alternate. Sarah unit meets Thursday at 1:30 hi the church parlors. Hostesses will be' Mrs ^Harold Sundet, Mrs Minnie Jensen and . Mrs Arnold Gerdis, alternate. Bancroft Lady's Grcfndson Dies At Blue Earth Bancroft — Relatives from here attending the funeral ;6f James Alen Stenzei at Blue; Earth/Wed iesday we>| his grahdnldther, Mrs Nellie Farrow,- Mr. ,and Mrs. Har ohf Beenke'n, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Graham and Verdon Farrow all of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Sandt and Duane and Ray Far- ^ . 'ft the A^tfiur fl»J( "My rifihfes conli extent of my passeis: the fewness of my - FARM SALE 'Alkona Up^er riei Mitr6h-I, lj*n Helvig & Sons, aiictf6S; 1 north, 4 east. 3 nor'th 1 , $ dSst and % north of Trimont, Minh'/'fl ' steins, power equipment, eleT Safe 1 details in UDM today, »Wede: •ow, tfaribroft. special guests. Mrs Adolf Soderberg of Burt, finance chairman, asks that each woman bring a loaf of home-made bread to be sold at the meeting. —o— Wcsfyan Service Guild of the Methodist church had a dinner and program Monday evening. The lesson was given by Vera Graham, devotions by Alice Reding and the social time was in charge of Ruth Cross. Mrs. Leonard Maasdam and Mrs Lyle Stefele were chairman' of the circle which' served the meal.' The study class of the Guild meets this Wednesday with Mrs Lora Segar. Leoha Smith is teacher. Jamie's Alen.Cd^month.bld son of t. and, Mrs. Walter Sterizel, who lad suffered from a heart condi- ion since birth, died Feb. 18 in a Blue Earth hospital. His mother is the former Maxne Farrow, daughter of Mrs. Nelie Farrow and the ..late W^h'am 'arrow. Besides' his parents, he eaves four sisters and one broth- r. Frank Mulligan and Henry Mene are medical patients at Holy ariiily hospital, Estherville. Alfred - Merike, is a medical patient at St. Mary's, Rochester. Mrs. Menke and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence.. Menke are with him at Rochester. Mrs.; Fred Eckhart and Mrs. Laurence Bergman spent Friday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Farrow, Lakbta. Thirty-five ladies .attended the Altar Society;, card f party and luncheon fn St. John's church hall Tuesday. Mrs. Christine Welp left for an extended visit with her daughters arid, three sisters in Omaha, Nebr. Mik'e Hoffman returned after several weeks in Arizona. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Long left for a visit with their daughter and family in Texas. Marvon Gangstead is confined to; his home suffering from flu and pri'eurnoriia. . Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Dorr visited the Ben Dorr home in St. Benedict Friday. Mr. Dorr hasn't been feeling to well lately. Portland Twp. By Mrs. Victor Fitch REFINANCE WITH US NOW! LET US RELIEVE the strain on your over-burdened budget - ^adjusting payments to a size financially comfortable for you. si .41 a Just stop jn 9fjc} talk it over with our loan counselor. He will give you the full details, without obligation ! HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION ALOONA, IOWA royfc CITY A BETTER PLACE TO i WORK $ RAISi A FAMIliY Mrs. Jack Tieman went to Fenton Monday where she spent the afternoon visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Wolf, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Moore and Clyde Jr. went to Fairmont where they were weekend guests in the George Gallon home. They were snowed in and didn't get home until Monday afternoon. Mrs. Evelyn Graham of Denver. Colo., a Portland resident some years ago, will celebrate her 80th birthday March 10. For any of her friends wishing to write her or send her a birthday card, her address is: 5010 West Center, Denver 14, Polo. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Christensen and Debbie were guests in the home of Bill's mother, Mrs. Elvira Christensen, Aigona, Wednesday evening in honor of Debbie Chris- lensen's second birlhday. Mr. and Mrs. James Schenck and family of Waterloo were Saturday dinner guests in Ihe Ray McWhorter home. The Schenck family have moved in the house on the farm in Burl township owned by Mrs. McWhorter. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Clark and Sue of Kansas City, Mo. were Monday visitors in the Ray Fitch tiome. They are spending the week in Iowa visiting relatives and [riends. Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Dugan and family were Monday supper guests in Ihe Tom Treriary home. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Trenary were Thursday evening visitors in the Tom Trenary home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Meislcr and family will be Sunday dinner guests in the Jack Tieman home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Fitch and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Danielsen, Danny, Janice and Bruce, Mrs. Martin$n, Cajol and Gene, Harlan Fitch and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harms and fam- Clark, auctioneers. Peoj Bank Of Trunian,' clefk. Marcti S, Monday ley sate, % fflillLeast, west, % south' of Cylinder?-Bli Berkland, ' a'ubtiorie|r' • CylirL State Bank, clerk. Details today. March 5, Monday — Robert &, Donald Powers sale, 2Vfe east f dnd 1% north of East Chain." Machinery, milking equipment, etc. Sale- details today in this paper. 1 Wedel & Clark, auctioneers, v Fairmont ^Nat'l Bank, clerk, f ti ^j; March i, Tuesday*; -!• ^^^ fiaagq complete closing-out s^le' on farm located 2 mills east -ana % south of Fenton. Bensen & BSrkland, auctioneers,. Lone Rock Bank, clerk. Details today. .March 10, Saturday. «-^-Ml Block sale, 2 miles west.;ana \% mile north of Ottosen. Ma'chmery" and equipment. Andersen ,r Kleve, auctioneers; Iowa State \Bank, West Bend, clerk. Details later. March 20, Tuesday — ,,William Brass sale, at farm locateff,! mile south and 34 mile west of Fenton. Lloyd Berklarid ari^l Lyle" Benson, auctioneers; First Trust & Savings, Fenton, clerk. Details later. " . •> • • ••- ..».' * Four Members Of LuVerne Family Hospitalized ^ » LuVerne — Irvin Meier returned from'the Clarion hospital where he was a medical patient the past week. Friday their five year old daughter, Marjory, and three year old son, Richard, were entered at Clarion hospital with pneumonia. Another son, nine year old Irvin, suffered a broken pght arm in physical training period at the Lu- Vej#e.*^<jirtmunity School. - -. T&J lfei!r*family movedviecent- ly from* a -farm near ,Belmond to live;,at the farm of his'mother and brother, Mrs. Matie Meier and Roy Meier. Mr v , •» - ertainfed the today, evening* WilliSM', Ri --i°^ iaymorid rausl.' Mr anc .. >Visited W^dft "Sioux City flnd Mrs fl : Visitors Frit Robert. Barbfer ter, Mr family het rents, Mr anrf .Mrl A. A. S~cM ull. The oCdais'ibf,^Ss"the ay of Mrs; SarbeV. ", ' Mr ancf Mrs t$S£ KuBiy Were hosts to a dlhrier^thufsday 'evU ning at Vans Cafe, Algona. to honor the 59th wedding anniversary, Feb. 17, of his parents, Mr and Mrs -Henry; KubiVit: othef " Kuests werS* tfieirirsorf,} Dlle?* His friend,' ffictfird BllKe^ Thff-; of anniversary; „ __ Mrs Elmer Kubly was also h&f-. ored. , * The Birthday Bridge club were guests Wednesday afternoon of Mrs J. 0. Cox. Mrs W4Uori D6 Witt,w|s a substitute, player. Mrs Duanil Neal received honors. Guests of Mr and Mrs Phil;,C. Lichty Monday eVfening for dinner ' his sisler r> ,;&fac%. Licffly, ,, .eir brother, Mr-aM vMFs Hafry Lichty. The din&er honored; ;tHe birthdays, Feb. 17, of Mrs Harry ^Lichty and Feb. 18, of Miss Lichty. Tokheims, Swea City Jo Attend Tennessee F .B. Mr. and Mrs. , B^ll TokHeim of Swea' Cify will ^ attend the 1962 American Farm Bureau young( Peoples Leadership Conference i: Gatlinburg, Tenn., from Feb. 2! through ., March 1. The Tokheims and one other couple — Mr. and Mrs. Dori Thiel of Council Bluffs yill represed the Iowa Farm Bureau at the conference. They were selected to at-' tend from the 80 county delegates who attended the state organization's recent young member con : ference at the state 4-H camp near Madrid. Bill and Caroline are .actiye in\ the Kossuth County Farm Bureau young couple's program. Bill is currently serving as director for Grant Township and is also on the Legislative Committee. * ^ ^f J'-vi.!* ^-^/3v--'^ t . . , HEED PrilHTING? Tlie Upper Des Moines Pub. Co. offers qual-; itv. ,work at reasonable cost and with quick service. No job too Small; no job too big. Phone CY «?* le.of Robert JiShroyX er^rj« uqgg ,',." t i/-.' ' -> , .2 The- bride -ika graduate 6f St. John's, high school : atld^ has been "" " thfe Walter >t A receptiorf was .held,following the ceremony TEor close friends and relatives Jn .the church hall.. A dinner for : the families .was held at Van's Cafe In Algous at noon. They will make their home In St. Louis whe¥g;he is attending colleglS. ".-,-, V.i ^ The United States Testing Co. HP* proved what users hove always claimed. You wake MP more refreshed because you sleep more soundly on Beagtyrest than on other mattresses. The independent e^i| construction is the secret of Beautyrest relaxing comfort. Order this world famous Simmons mattress today I Tufted or Smooth Tuftless BOX SPRING FREE VAN BJUSTROM'S FURNITURE ESTABUSHll Observe 40th litfemore Whlttcmore — The family of Mr. and Mrs.,George>Wichtendahl , brated thlir^ parents' loth* Weeding anniversary .Jufiday, with sin- dp'ert house in churfih. St. ;( Paul's Lutheran' 11U1U11. * a »Mr. anff.Mrs'. Wicfifendahl were married in the Peace Lutheran' church by Rev. Otto Kitzmanri Feb. 15,, 1922/\Their.Attendants were Kateiffiirms) sister 61 Mrs. 1 WichteMahl) ahd Louis' HCinricli of Addison, 111. They; immediately' moved on. their farm southeast of retired ^ohi the farm in 9 arM moved to 1 tlieir noriie. \They are; the. parents of four Sons, Delbert, Bernard arid Hank of here, arid Harlan; of Qheroke^; and seven daughters, Mrs. Eleanor JurnS of EVerly, Laura" (Mrs. Richard Pritchard), Omaha, Florence (Mrs. Leonard Frost), Hurit- ngtbn Bisach, Califj. Lebna (Mrs. Gordon Jensori) Yale, Lorraine Twin girls- werfr born to Mr, ana 'Mrs. Bernard Bell Feb.'23• In thfe |llri fintftieisbuifg. They no*»ye thfee girls .and two boys,, : Mrs. Edward a p,a- tl'ent in the hospital,in Emmets- Peter Hang entered' St.* Ann hosj- pitatto Algona Friday a« & medical, patient. . , The South Side Card Club were entertained at the Anna Wehrspari home Thursday evening, Mrs. Amaftda Ruhflke wotf high, Mrs. Anna Behnke second - high and Mfs. Ernie Meyer; travel. Af RoSrtidhn Rifes Many-* relatives were T ' "'• 1 6 fo'r* fne wake and funeral of Either Louis Rosmann, re c°ently.' Tliey* included'Sister M. LotHs, O.S.F,. of Milwaukee, Siste* Mi fftiz. O.S.F. Sauksville, Wis.. Sister M. Priscilla, O.S.F., Mount Olive, IU., Mrs. George Rosmanri and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gral, Deliver. West Bend Men On Co-Op Board Ted Bonste'tter of .West Bend and Carlisle Halsrud of Otfosen were elected to' three-year- terms on the board of directors of the West Bend Cooperative Creamery. CEILING stallmtf acdusf dt M\. - _ ( ( , easy way anl wsll g^'t'yoaglaTie^ right f« quielnM^ftJld- BittUly, there's nothing like'an flcoufeilial ceiling. Come* in soon and se« lh« many new desigAs fot eVe'rv'ifdo'm in your home. Use our bud^el plari. BRONSON BLD'G, SERVUEE N. Hwy. 18 DR. D. D. ARNOLD Chiropractor Above Penrieiy'i MbNDAY - WEDNESDAY - FRIDAY ALGOklA i BUY NOW ALL SIZES PRICED for IMMEDIATE SALE RETREADS ry new Fireitone ti GUARANTEED defects in workman original U«a. S3W7 ROAD HAZARD GUARANTEE* * ' /|T numUt ol months ii ------ . . .. _ r Uomin mod. at time ol «dju»tment. Joe Bradley Firestone SOUTH OF AtCONA HOTEt CY 4-2421, AISONA, IOWA Your FIRilTONE Wholesale and retail Dealer, OR VIKINO OIL CO,, Algpna €HROMe SIRVfCE, Algonci MURRAY Oil CO., Bancroft , Whlttemore KRAUSi "66'', LAPPE'S D-X, Burt WAQNitf ID'S

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