The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 10, 1957 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 10, 1957
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Sudden Illness Hits Boy of 6 At Wesley Wesley — Joe Niedzielski, 6- Jrear old son of Mr and Mrs Marcel Niedzielski, was taken to the Britt hospital Thursday. He be came suddenly seriously ill at the farm home, was taken to Dr Warner's office and then at once to the hospital. Visits Grandparents Louis Schmidt, young son of Mr and Mrs Roland Schmidt of Garner was a guest of his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Koppen several days last week C.D.A. To Meet The C.D.A.'s will meet Wednesday evening, January 9th. On the serving committee will be Genevieve Goetz, Florence Hildman Mary Ocstreicher, Clara Hauptman, Lulu Hanig and Ruth Youngwirth. Irene Hanif Marjorie Goetz, Tluth Mary Hrubes, Matilda Loebig and Rita Ricke are on the entertainment committee. Infant Baptised The baby boy born to Mr and Mrs Hugh HaverJy on Christmas Day was baptized Sunday by Kev. L. N. Klein in St. Josepn s Cath oiic Church and named Jerry Ray. The paternal grandparents Mr and Mrs Henry Haveny were sponsors. Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Haveriv hume were Mi and Mrs Hugh Haveny and hei parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Ede and Clarence Haveny of Harvard 111. Infant Baptism The baby boy born to Ma and Mrs Maurice Laubenthal at St. Ann hospital, Algona. on Dec. 20 was baptized Sunday *in St Joseph's Catholic Church and named Ambrose Harold. Sponsors were Harold Borman ol St. Joe and Mrs Kenneth Krieger oi Mason City. Sunday guests in the Laubenthal home were the infant';, grandparents: Mr and Mrs Mike Borman of Algona and Mr and Mrs Andrew Laubenthal of Lu Verne, also Mr and Mrs Harold Borman and son Michael of St. Joe and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Krieger of Mason City. A Mutual /nvsifmtnf fund United INCOME Fund offtri you an lnve«tm»nf In mer* than 100 American Corporations through a divertified Hit of common ttocki MJtcted for their In- com* posslbtiitiM. For Prospectus and descriptive literature, without obligation, fill in and RETURN THIS ADVERTISEMENT. WADDELL & REED, INC Principal Underwrittri , "Offlcea From Gout To Gout" JOHN C. LOVE BOX 182 — ALGONA, IA. NAME ..... ADDRESS... CITY School News The public school opened Wednesday Jan. 2 following the holiday vacation. Beginning Monday January 2 1 the kindergarten pupils from the country will' attend classes in the afternoons and the town childrei will attend the kindergarten classes in the mornings. Carl Froelich Jr. left Tuesday for the navy base at Long Beach, Calif, following a leave at hi? parental home. Mrs Gertrude Swanson. and family had as their Christmas Day guests her sister Hildegard Harle of Chicago, 111., their parents, Mr and Mrs Gottlob Harle. Alfred and Mary of Britt, and Mr and Mrs Henry Swanson and Moynard. Sunday dinner guests in the Ole K. Flom home were Mr and Mrs M. E. Paulson, Jurgen Skow and Mr and Mrs Joseph Skow and familv. Mr and Mrs Will Clements and baby Carla Sue left Thursday for their home at Iowa City following a week's visit in the parental, R. C. Bauer home. Clarence Kaverly oi' Harvard, Illinois spent several days tlih week at his parental, Henrj Haverly home and with other relatives. A post-Christmas family dm •«v. party was held at tht Wallet l-'fefltr iiome Thursday evening, December 27. Guests were Mr: P'eners parents, Mr and Mrs R CT Bauer, Mr and Mrs Wm. Hru bes and family, Mr and Mrs Joht Bauer and family and Bill Baut all of Wesley; Mr and Mrs Win. Clements and baby of Iowa City. Mr and Mrs George Wellik and family of Britt and Mr and Mrs Kalph Bauer and family of Whitlemore. Mr and Mrs Don Hixson of Dei Moines were Sunday morn;njt Dec. 23 guests of Mr and Mrs, Jack Vhzthum. The women ,m sisters. The two couples wen guests that, day at the parenia; Ray We)p home at Bancroft. Axel Carlson and Ivan Johnson went to Rochester, Minn. Friday and brought Hans Kngen home. The latter had throa' surgery there. Mr and Mrs Clar cncu Donovan and son j"aul o Park Ridge, Minn, spent tht u-ctkend at the parental, Hans Engen home. Mr and Mrs Don ovan had been with her fathei at Rochester. Christmas eve guests at the parental Herman Boue home were Mr and Mrs Mark Bode and baby Diane of Omaha, Neb. The latter couple were Christmas day guests at the parental, Join, Steier home al Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Herman Bode Marlene and Paul, Mr and Mrs Franklin Bode and Mike were Christmas Day guests of the Frank Eiseles of Whittemore. Aline Martinek, music: teacher in KnoxviJle spent the holiday vacation in the Karl Kiilsholm Harold and Will Martinek homes. Mr and Mrs Fred Rasmusscn. Mr and Mrs Pat Rasmussen of Wesley and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Rasmussen of Forest City attended funeral services for a nephew and cousin Peter Ras inussen, who died December 21 of a heart ailment. Mr and Mrs Clyde Knight of Des Moines were house guests of her sister, Mrs Fred Ra-musser and family last week. Othei guests on Sunday, Dec. 23, were Mr and Mrs Merle Rasmussen of Winnebago, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Marlin Smith of Forest City; Mr and Mrs Pal Rasmusscn of Wes ley and their families, number- ing 30 in all. Mr and Mrs Armin Adolf of Halt Icy spent Thutsda 1 ' Dec. 27, with his sister and brother-in- law. Mr and Mrs Will Martinek. Ralph Lundgrcn of Minn-.>a p ,iiis. Minn, spent several days ast. week with Mavnard Swan- Mr and Mrs Leon Swanson and fa'iiily uf Fairmont, Minn, were December 23 weekend guests ol his brother Russell Swanson ana family. On Sunday a laniily gathering was held in the parental. Henrv Swanson home. Evangelical Free Congregation joined the Upper Flat member? in a watch party Monday evening, Dec. 31 in the latter church Mr and M>s Jim Haverly nnd daughter Karen visited thei; uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Lou Schleusner at Garner Mondyj afternoon. Mrs Schleusner is re cuperatimj from injuries sustain ed in a car-truck collision. Mrs Sophia Fritch, Betty Hauptm;>n and Mr and Mrs Joht Hauptinan were Christmas Day dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Lou Hauptnian and Mr and Mrs Jim Havcrlv and Karen. Keith Hav,-! ly wrote his parents that hi -•pent Christmas on the Philip- nines find had spent 5 days ii Hong Kong. China. He was- aboard the Aircraft Carrier Es- Joanne Johnson Bride, Dec. 22, Of Gordon Jones Swea & Eagle — Joanne Johnson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wallace Johnson of Swea City and Gordon Jones, son of Mr and Mrs Harold V. Jones were married Saturday evening, Dec. 22 at the Fairmont. Minn. Methodise t'hurch. Dr. Charles E. Spear, pastor, pertormed the ceremony at G p.m. Attending the couple were Mist. Audrey -Bacon, and Arlo Hanson both of East Chain. Minn. Attending the ceremony were the immediate families, Mr and Mrs Wallace Johnson and fam- iij and Mr and Mrs Harold V Jones. A wedding dinner was served et the Oaks Inn in Fairmont following the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Mm nerpolis and St. Paul, the couple will make their home at the farm of the groom's parents. TIic bride, Algona Impl. Co During these winter days while our shop is having a slack period we'll completely overhaul your Farmall engine at a price you won't want to pass up. Only now can we offer you this special deal! Have your Farmall ready for early spring work and save some money, too ! Here's What We Do Valve Job Piston Pin Bushings Gaskets Replace Points Clean Carburetor* New Radiator Hoses Steam Clean Tractor Install Power Package Replace Main Bearings if needed Check and Clean Plugs Pack From Wheel Bearings Check Transmission Level Adjust Clutch and Brakes Check Tractor FOR FARMALL "H FOR FARMALL "M SPECIAL PRICES ON ALL OTHER FARMALLS ALL PARTS & LABOR NOT LISTED ARE EXTRA! $40.00 Paint Job Only $25.00 With Ea. Overhaul International Harvester 1417 E. Commercial St a graduate of Swea City High' s> iiool, has been employed at KiUies Food Store in Swea City. The groom, also a graduate ol Swea City high school, served ir, I: i. iK'vy, am. since his discharge • '•!>•, la.ined with his. father. The Grr.n! Youth Fc'ilowshij of tin Mi-'.ii'idist Church rnei :->unu.-ay night, L'fcc. ;M) at the home of I'milio Tokheim. Ir. ctiaige of the program wen Susan Halverson and Wallis Kaye Reynolds. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Isaacson -md children, Mr and Mrs Eldon l.<-.naf.son and twin sons, Mr ann Mrs D. F. I-'erdue and Mr and Mrs Allen Loott and children held a Cl.ristmas dinner Sunday, Dec. 2;. «it the home of their mother, Mr; Christena Isaacson. Mr arid Mrs Keith Griffith and son of van Nuys, Cal. left Ihurs- day for home after a week's stay nrro at her parents, Mr and Mr.- Joe Pre.-ton and other relatives. June and Jnninie llarner weri Thursday night dinner guests at Ihe Francis Tonne's. June win teaches at Wellmar, and Jimmii '"ho is a stuuent at Iowa Univer ,-il>, Iowa City, are hume tor holiday vacation, and caring for farir, chums while Mr and iVirs Georgi ilarner and a son David art spending 10 days m the south at '•asl report they were in Ne\v Orleans. Mr and Mrs Emil Larson hao some friends in lor lunch Thursday night. They were Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompson, Mr and Mrs Floyd Treat, Mr and Mrs Ei'vin Link, Mr and Mrs Glenn Olson and son Richard, Mrs Nora Olson, Mrs Gladys Hanson and Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson. A/C Charles A. Hanson of Spence Air Base, Maultrie, Ga., spent last week at the home ol his mother, Mrs Gladys Hanson and the home of his biother, the Laurence Hansons. Pvt. Darrel Bishop of Fort Carson, Colo, spent past week at the parental Mr and Mrs Dillard Bishop. Dick Emory, Wheaton, 111., came Saturday to spend a few clays at the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Emory. Mr and Mrs Glenn Olson and son Richard and Glenn's mother, Mrs Nora Olson were Christinas Day dinner guests at the home of Mrs Nora Olson's sister, Mrs Jennie Cromwell, Carroll. Barbara Kluger accompanied Lucille Montgomery to Minneapolis last week Thursday. Barbara had spent, a week at the parental Kay Klugers. Lucille went to spend a few clays with friends. Mr and Mrs Francis Torino's hume Sunday was a gathering of the Perry Tonnes immediate families fur a Christmas dinner. Present were Mr and Mrs Perry Torino of Bancroft; Mr and Mrs John Guy, Dexter, Minn., Mr and Mrs Fred Hudson and their four children, Ft. Dodge; Mr and Mrs Howard Nagel, Sherilyn, Robert and Mark and Nagle's children and. in laws, Mr and Mrs Wayne Smith, Mr and Mrs Jim Nagel, and Mr and Mrs Art Wade and son, all of Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Leonard Roger? jf Fort Doctge spent Thursday evening at tne Anarew inomsen Home. Sunday evening Mr and ilans iiaago oi i'cuiuii caj.- L-U on liie liv.MH^'ns. I\jr ana Mi> .-vi I, ii"i/ D| La- ki'la Wl'll .^..UUd.:,- M.I).'(J< i' >,'!'. .-i..iii 111C I' i allh. i JM. \ t. 1' In '.Hi. . Janice .iv.r, ut\\l J'c^xy l.i.•• iVlicm.1. ;..nii ui Tuonkci .->,.... a. HIL v\ t'oKL-nd al tiie Oei tuu jiauig home. Mr and Mrs Ilaitman and Jonn ni Fenton and ivn> U. Hal tinan weir bunu..y uinm.-. guests at Ine Iluisnel liailman Mr and Mrs Alfred Sdiadon- doi 1 and lamiiy called rtumta.v evening at tne Junior lluriljuri iiome. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Jackson and Micnau were Lnrislmas day .minor guests at Hie A. L,. Cot ion nome. Airs Ruth Krueger was a dinner guest Sunday of tho Lawrence iMewbrougns. Mr and Mrs James Thul ol Ames spent over the weekend at Ihe JacK Qumn home. Air anu Airs Jim O ilara and lamny wort bunciay evening supper guests al tlie Quinn home. Mr and Mrs Ronald Christcn- son and girls were callers Friday evening al the Charles Morris home. W. C. Heitor entertained at Sunday dinner Mr and Mrs Clair BoLlinger and family. Christmas day for dinner Mi and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf entertained Mr and Mrs Juriioi Hurlburt and Ruth Schadendorf. Mr and Mrs Louie Seegebarth entertained for Christinas day dinner, Rev. and Mrs Alton Scli- wandt, Roxanna and David o, Omaha, Mr and Mrs Paul Thaek er, Paul and Kirk of Rock Kapids, Mrs Anna Alke and Mr and Mr^ George Alke and Janet, Mr and Mrs John Alke, Mr and Mrs Bud Alke, Eddie and Kathy, Mr Niel Michaelson and family all of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig. Mr and Mrs Clarence Marlin and family spent the Christmas week in Kichland, la. visiting his mother Mrs Beatrice Martin anc Thursday, January 10, 195? Afgono (fa.) Upf»sr D«t Mc»f««- S also a brother Ralph who was home on leave from the Navy. Chi ;.--tm.iS d--y they visited a linU'i-r i.l /,li in Musca- tme. SENECANEWS Seneca — Seneca grader, and high school students presented a very fine Christinas program to a full Irmse at the school gymnasium, Tuesday evening of la^t v/eek. The proiji ;MII was as follows: Render •-• Lortn Menz. Mary — Marjorie' Johnson Joseph — Daryl Preston. Shepherds — Douglas Fergu- n, Wayne Preston, Craig Loge. Wise Men — James Bergum, V'.'rnon Wilborg, Dahl. Angels — Rennae Votteler Drboi ah Korlo, Jill Jensen. The chorus numbers were sung by the kindergarten through the LOME 8th grade. Nancy Fischer was ac'(.'ompani..t, and Mis Walker ciiroctii.l tin piavlV-l ontitlfd "I'lio ^.tii 'till, a;-s.mtc'd by Mis K'lt.fri. Mi - Pf'lfi sen, Mrs fcniii i- iiy an-.i i\li - [' M;-:;: .-••( n > >; M hn tions, direct- id iiy Mr Luther, were presented bv In-.. 1 boys' quart'-jt ol Hay Wii- ixMi;. Rnnaid Joiiannesen, David Loo it. and Roger Nielsen. Divss quartet numbers were givi n by Jiiiice Osboin, Darlene Jol.nscii. Dennis Johnson and Sharon Dorsoy. The girls' sextet composed of Darlene Johnson, Janice Osborn, Margaret Nielsen, Lois Wilberg, N a n c y Fischer and Marilyn Johannesen piesented several numbers, and the mixed chorus -(included Ihe program. Treats followed, served by a "ommittce representing the PTA. IF IT'S NEWS WE WANT IT flUPTURE TRUSS EXPERT HERE W. E. Rishel, well-known speclollflt o! Des Moines, will be at ALGONA HOTEL Algona, Iowa TUESDAY, JAN. 15 10 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. "With tho now Pcrnrlty TTrrnla Onnril. The greatest step forward In trun.i ninklng. I\'o belts or umtcrstraps. A hernln. IH only n sprond ot tlio musclos and will Rcncrally close If nnturo la given a chance by following directions as to the proper wejirlnK of this truss. Tho best truss made Is not of much value unless proper advice IB glvon as to wearing: It. This truss can and should be worn In tho bath. A hernia cannot closo if It gets out each time bath is taken. Many wearers report they no longer need a truss. Free consultation. S Phone 52 By Mrs Clarence Kraft Mr and Mrs Cli«rcnce Kraft,' Judy and Joy, Mrs Rose Kralt were dinner guests Now Yeai> Day in Algona at the James Walker home. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards entertained for dinner New Year: Day Mr and Mrs Floyd Richaicis, Mr and Mrs Donald liunnicuti and family of Blue Earth; Mr anc. Mrs Kenneth Richards and fam- Uy, Mr and Mrs Frank Richards and girls and. Ralph Richards. Mr and Mrs Everett llanna were guests Christmas day in Algona at the Claude Seely home On Christmas day in the evening Mr and Mrs John Olivcria anu Vicky Lee of San Antonio, Tex., Barbara Parson of Burl were callers at the Hunna home. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson were supper guests Wednesday evening in Armstrong at the A. C. Pavik home. Saturday evening William Draylon of Algona was a supper guest at Die Thompson homo. Mr and Mrs Owen Bcrhow entertained at supper Saturday evening. Miss Blanche Rotterman ot Cincinnati, Ohio, Frank RotU r- man and son Eugene, Mrs W. M. RoHoiinan of Klniorr, Sunday evening, Mr and Mrs Uerhow called at the Cailie Engc-lby home at Ledyard. Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath of Algona entertained the following for Christmas f\v, Mr and Mrs Dale Wegcnur and family, Mr and Mrs Maurice Wei.*.brod and family, Mr and Mr.-> Clinton Rath and John and Mrs Martha Rath. Mr aiid Mrs Jc.-;s Fuh and family of Long Beach, California have been vi.siUng hero with tier sister and fuinilv the Milton Marlows. The.v also visaed with Mr; Fish's mother, Mrs Mary Schiltz of Bancroft. Mr and Mr.; John Goit/i-nau; r, Fenton and Mr and Mr.-: C. J. Stauder uf Bancroft wen- suppei guests last Sunday at the Lawrence Geilzenauers. Jiintnie aru' Kay Geil/enauer returned homo with tin.' Slaud'.-rs and visited till Friday. Mv and Mrs Andrew Thomsen were at Sue City Christmas day at the Glenn Hughes residence. Mrs Hughes and family returned home wilh the Thomsons and visited till last Sunday. Dinner guests Sunday included Mr and Mrs liugne:-' and family, Mr and Mrs John Thonihrn. In the evening the Tliomsens called at tlu: Hcrnr,!! ?Iv;L'.n hoju- in Ilin-- NO. 10 OF A SERIES- Mrs Homsey, Armstrong Housewife, Says Her Caloric Gas BuilMns Save Space Mrs Bernard Homsey, an Armstrong housewife, is really thrilled wilh her new Caloric gas built-in oven and burners. The units were installed by Thermogas Co, of Algona last August. The Homseys are completing the interior of Iheir new home themselves during their spare time. When Ihe Homseys planned the house with the built-ins, they discovered there could be a lot of space saved. All the ro om beneath the burners could be utilized and the oven recessed into the bathroom where it formed a break between the vanity area and the bathtub. Mrs Homsey chose the while porcelain with chrome trim for the oven and the satin chrome for the burners. The chrome matched other accessories in the kitchen as did the oven door match the refrigerator. One o f the features Mrs Homsey particularly likes is the thermostatically-controlled burner whi ch enables her to set Ihe heat at varying degrees just like the mechanism in electric skillets. Mrs Homsey previously cooked with electricity, but she is definitely sold on gas in the few months she has been using it. It's every bit as convenient, she says, and in addition you have instant heat the minute a burner is turned on, plus the facl lhat it is so economical. (Photo & engraving by UDM) MORE AND MORE PEOPLE ARE USING CALORIC GAS BUILT-INS - AND HERE'S WHY! * There is no worry about broiling with oven door open. * You have the added con* venienea of eye-ievel visibility of controls w hich can be either manual or automatic. ' There is automatic oven control. * Automatic lighting of all burners — no matches. * Door panels of bright or satin metal finish — or porcelain enamel in white, black three pastel colors. * Signal light to indicate when oven reaches a desired tempera- lure. * Non-jarring, balanced action oven door. * Heavy, thick Fiberglass insulation. Whether You're Remodeling, Building New or Trading Ranges There Is a Caloric Gas Built-in For Your Kitchen Prices Are No Higher Than A Regular Gas Range I LET US SHOW YOU HOW EASY IT 15 TO BUY CALORIC CAS COOKING UNITS I THERMOGAS CO. OF ALGONA .Phone 1$ - $9. Philip fa

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