The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 17, 1957 · Page 12
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 12

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, January 17, 1957
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r 4-Algorta (la.) tfp>i* , Jonuary 17, 1957 ,* Surprise Party Honors Quinns " At Lone Rock Lone Rock — i\tr and Mrs Bert Qumri. and lamiiy ot Armstrong, Ivir and Mrs kd Uoche and larn- iiy, ivii- ana Mrs Cnarles Qumn and l;ilnhy ar,4 Mr and Mrs Leo /unuontr ana laimiy ail o bancrort surprised Mr and Mrs J. yumn banuay wnen tnoy caaeu 1.1 uic yumn no.Tie to nup them celebi-ate their 3oth weaamg an- mversiry. The guests also brougnt the dinntr. Lively flockels The January meeting of tht Lone ROCK Lively HocKets was Jieici Saturday aiternoon at tne Home ot JNancy Vischer. Afte;' the business meeting, demonstrations were given by Kay oeuzen- auL-r and Jane Kissner and a talk wai given by Jane Kissner. Mothers and guests were Mrs Ronald Christenson, Mrs E. A. Let, Mrs Leo Ramus and Mrs Cari Peterson. P.W.O. Circle Meetings Newly organized circles of the Lone Kock P.W.O. will meet Thursday .afternoon, Jan. 17, at the respective homes, Maxine circle witn Mrs Charles Morris and Mrs Leslie Jonnson assisting. Devotional leader will be Mrs Kennc-lh Jackson. Mildred Circle will meet with Mrs Hoy Jensen and Mrs Daviu Beck br. assisting. Mrs C. E Nordine will have charge of tha study period. Lu Circle will meet at the home of Mrs Edward Blanchard and Mrs A. D. Newbrough will assist.. Mrs ROhald Christenson will have charge of the study period. Flys To Florida ' W. J. Cotton accompanied N. L. Cotton to St. Petersburg, Fla., where the latter will spend the winter. , He will be joined by Mr and' Mrs H. Shellito of Spencer, his daughter and son-in-law, who left earlier by auto. W. J. Cotton will return home sometime this week. Mrs H. E. Morgan of Al- goqa and her house guest, Mrs Lena Ackerman are -visiting during that time with Mrs W. J-. Cotton. Mrs Frank • Flaig and Mrs Roger Jensen attended the shower at Burt Thursday evening for Shirley Ackerman, at the Methodist church. . Mrs Leslie Johnson and Sue Ann visited in Fairmont Tuesday afternoon anH also called on Mrs Vernon Johnson at Armstrong. Mrs Glenn Householder, Mrs Robert Hanna and daughter, Mrs rumaui i.-itnsnn, Mrt, JUiUKM.*;! *:,1U i\li o WiuiLJi^'v MClC Li'li'.O ^Uc.^tO VJ1.U- auciiiuuii ai tae nome ui Mr anu ivus /vruun Johnson anu son J_.oiiuy, nningiuii, o. u., spi.m otuttixiuy anu auiiuay at m«i uta- jjf diyiiiioou uoitic. Ocuuruay. livening ivu - anu ims Vtrtuuii oonn- son anu laiiiuy ui Anusuung am. nuya iK>niu>on ui lunjjaiea viaii-, ea at tne Junnsun name. * iuyu, veiuuii alia /uucn ait! all oiuiii- t'l'S Ol Ltiaiie Juiiiisun. £>unu..i> amner {.jutf^is ai me i_.e.snt: du.ia pon nome cuso wcic IILT sisicj uiid lanmy, jvir unu ivus JMUUI* i»vainKfe, Jjjn anu nugcr ul icuc, Iowa and Mr ana iviis Arueu Jamison and i_,onny. ivir anu ivirs J.uues Walker ana Cnaria jo ui Aigoira ana Judy KraJt were bunuay eve. suppt:, guests at tne Hose Kralt home. Mark Jonnson spent overmte Saturuay with Ronnie Benrenas. Mr and Airs M. U. Kienarut vviire caaled to Hutnboidt Weunes- da^ by the accidental deatn 01 Mrs Richard's brouier-m-law, Ray Wdbb of HumboJdt. Mr and Mrs M. O, Richards remained there for the rest of the week and attended the funeral on Saturday. Ralph Richards of Mason City also came for the funeral on Sat urday, The Idle Hour Club held a card party last Monday evening at the Art Person home. Five Hundred prizes went to Mrs Fred 'JLhigges lor high, Jim Coay br.. high, Mrs Waiter and Art Pera:m low. Mrs Clete Salb won travel. Mrs Maude Blanchard was surprised Saturday morning when members of the birthday ciub called on her. They were Mrs Fred Genrich, Mrs Mary Flaig, Mrs, James Long, Mrs Ruth Krueger, Mrs, Jack Quinn and Mrt Frank Flaig. Mrs Blanchard just moved into her newly built home last week. Mr and Mrs Dale Schrbeder and Susan , called Sunday evening at the Clinton Rath home. , Mr and Mrs Art Person and family and Mr Person were guests for -dinner Sunday in Fairmont at the Ed Hoppe home. Mrs A. R. Willrett visited Monday afternoon with Mrs Milfred Mitchell. For supper Sunday evening Mr and Mrs Mitchell were entertained at the Wm Dewall home in Fenton. Sunday supper guests of the Clarence Krafts were Mr and Mrs L. V; Johnson, Sue Ann and Mark. Dinner guests Sunday at .the A. A. Krueger home were Mrs David Beck ,Sr.- and -David -Beck and Wendell Co'ndra. Mr and Mrs Charles Staudt and faniily spent Sunday in Storm Lake at the Jim Lenhart home Weekend guests at the Andrew Thojnsen;i|horn.e were Mr and Mrs G. H. Doty of Mason City. Joe Mockery- of Titonka visited thi>re Sunday. Callers Sunday evening at Bernard O'Donnell home were Mr and Aus James Li>ng. Mr ana ivU's Doie vVegener en- Uii'iaimd lor o;niH!' Suiuiay. Mi . ncl tars harvry itatn ami iJons ot Aiguna, Mr arid Mrs Maurice u'tifbioci and lum;iy, ;Vir and Mis Ci.nion Hath and lamiiy. JUiiiiier gut'Sis aunuay at the Ronald Cnristenson home were- Mr and Mrs Gerald Goddcn and Debbie and Mrs Louise Godden ol Forest City. Mr.-; Louise Goddcn remained lor a visit at the r. M ClinsU-nson home. , Mrs Fred liabeger of Burt .ffisitea flue&ctay aliernoon at the home of Mrs Lillie Thompson anu Neva. Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt entertained for dinner Sunday Mr and Mrs Omar Smith and lamiiy of Marathon, la.; Mrs Lena Jim- Kermeier of Albert City; and Mi and Mrs Alfred Sehudtndon and family. Mr and Mrs C. J. Staudcr entertained at. a six o'clock dinne Sunday evening in honor of the birthday of Jnnmie Geitzenauer. Callers Sunday evening at tho Fred Gemic-h home were Mr and Mrs Delmar Angus and Joyce, Mrs Robert Angus and Susan and Juane Christenson of Burt. Mr and Mrs George B. Long entertained for dinner Sunday, Mi and Mrs Clarence Ackcrson, Mr and Mrs Everett Ackerson and ?irls, Mr and Mrs Marvin Ackerson', all of Wesley and Marlys Jentz of Fenton. Supper guests included Mr and Mrs Ed Kerr. Mrs Ruth Krufger entertained for supper Sunday Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and family, Vern Smith, Mr and Mrs- Hiram Ackerman and girls of Burt. Mr and Mrs George Kissner attended the 40th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon for Alt and Mrs Ben Hanson of Whittemore at the Plantation Ballroom Mrs J. M. Jensen of Kingsted and Mrs Louise Peterson of Sioux City accomprnied Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson and Wm. Christenson to Estherville last week where they visited J. M Jensen who is a patient at the hospital there. Ledyard Girl To Wed In June Mis Violet Miller of Ledyard. announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Shirley Ann. to Marlin O. Runksmeier, son of Mr. and Mrs Orville Runksmeier of Ledyara. Miss Miller is teaching the fourth grade in tho Lakota school and Mr Runksmeier will be discharged from the U. S. Army in August. The wedding has been planned for sometime in June. KILLED Five year old Robert Achenbaugh, Henderson, was killed Dec. 28 when a tractor on which he was riding upset as it turned into a driveway. . || DIAMOND'S JANUARY PROMOTION! I ff' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^VBHVHBHHHHBIH^HHi^l^llHI^I^HHflliBHHi^^^HHi^Bi MMHI^ • Light u a featywr and warm a* jowt. Wear under outer 8ftle « Rubber-lied Chore . Peubl* Mpnkey • ••'tttf *••** ll T1 "4 90 DozPrs. Sport Shirts L Latest Styles! \ 2 r«m All MachUve, | CUSHION 1 SOU SOCKS SIc f»er Fait CLEAN-UP R I-O-T SPECIAL GROUP MEN'S, BOYS' ^^•^fflj* PARKAS GET 'EM AT THESE /WED PRICES _ KIDS $12.95 PARKAS ~ 9.99 • Quilted Linings t Split Hoods • Mouton Trim ») WE 6 HOOOte PARKAS — -- — 10.98 MENS 420.95 PARKAS •!a» T ""° (( *^ Ofi •Jfc'^P'f^^^y PARKAS -„—_- 1Z.88 MENS WORK SHOES • Ruggfd Cork • Smooth t Sizes 36 to f (3) MEN'S * Retard § • tarn [.eWwir U o«l ''"^ » s»r- SHEEPLINED PANTS.. $3.99 '^^^^^ ^G^^^^f ^W^^^W_ T^|^ 'WPflHP ^&9JP ^^^SURPLUS STORE Acrou From Poit Office Chino Work Pants Price 3.39 Compare at $4,49 Overshoes Complete Stock,of 2-4-5 Buckle and Zippers. Washable Nylon Indian BLANKETS 2.47 Light and 64 x 72 Inch — buy a pair! Hvy.-Wgt. Men's Sweat Shirts si.88 Value* 1.47 Wool Lined Tanker Jackets 4.00 6-M-L and Ex-L i All-Melal •] ROfcLER SKATS 1J ifenfmt St. John's Congregation, Fenton Election Officers Fenloft — Newly elected officers of St. John Lutheran church in Fenton are F.rvin Borchardt, chairman; Robert Kr;iuse, vice president; William Eimers, t)ea- con; Herbert Krause, Trustee; E. W. Krause. Board of Education; Wilimin Hantelman, secretary; Mervm Jentz, Assistant fman- secretary; Frank Seely am John Struecker, Sunday school superintendents; Collectors,' John Ruger. Ed Mitchell. Ferdinand Mueller Jr. and Allan Bellinger. Outgoing officers are G. R. Krause, Deacon; and Ed Meyer, Assistant financial secretary. March Of Dimes Mrs John Waite, local chairman of the March of Dimes, announces that the Legion Auxiliary mfem- bers have V6lunteered to canvas the town of Fenton in behalf of this worthy cause. The cooperation of everyone will be greatly appreciated. Coin boxes and cards have also been placed in various business places for the convenience of everyone. Complete Church Job Dedication services of the new St. Paul Lutheran church in Enunetsburg will be held Sunday, Jan. 20. The Hantelman Building service of Fenton were the general contractors for building this beautiful new church. Homemakers Meet The Fenton Township Homemakers will meet this Friday in the home of Mrs Marold Schlei. This vyill be an all-day meeting beginning at 10 a.m. with a potluck dinner at noon. A lesson on yeast breads will be presented by Mrs Martin Hantelman and Mrs Victor Dreyer. At Farewell Parly Rev. and Mrs W. H. Friedrich attended a farewell party in hon,or of Rev. and Mrs Geisler held at the Immanuel Lutheran church Sunday evening. Those in attendance were the pastors and their families of the Algona Circuit. ' Friendly Neighbors The Friendly Neighbor Club met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs W. E. Laage with Mrs Clara Luedtke assisting hipst- uss. ' • ;'.'-,. -7 ( Mrs Ray Dreyer and Mrs Riie- ben Luedtke presented a lessor! on yeaat breads. Mrs George Murphy was welcomed as a new member of the club. Five dollars was given to the March of Dimes Fund by the club. Hosts Ai 500 Mr and Mrs Clarence Wegener were hosts to a 500 parly at their home last Monday evening. Mrs Lester Theesfield won high score prize for the ladies and Herbert Krause high for the men. Receiving low score prizes were Mrs Herbert Krause and Wayne Barr, Lloyd Sunde won travel prize. Attending a 500 parly at ihe home of Mr and Mrs Lawrence Edwards at Emmetsburg last V/ednesdav evening were Mr and Mrs Merle Voigt^ Mr and Mrs Frank Mueller, Mr and Mrs Don Steinberger, Mr and Mrs Delond Bolte and Mr and Mrs Lloyd Kern. Mrs Charles Weisbrod was host ess to the Gladys Circle of thq WSCS at her home last Thursday afternoon. Mrs Roelf Miller was co-hostess and there were 17 present. Mrs William Haase was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Paul Hudson presented the lesson. Ward Ruske and Miss Roberta Creteehar of Cedar Rapids were weekend guests in the home of Dr, andMrs..E.^W, Ruske. Mrs Bertel Berkeland was hostess to the Depew Fellowship Circle on Thursday afternoon of last week. Mrs WiUiajn DeWall l^ad charge of the devotional period, and a reading was given by Mrs Albert Mitchell.. Mr and Mrs Mano Peitersen of Ringsted were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Henry Wilberg home. • ' Rev. end Mrs W, rf. Friediich and Mr and Mrs William Eimers were Sunday dinner guests in the Emil Bierstedt home. Sunday dinner guests in the Kenneth Halverson home in hpfl- or of the- 40th wedding anniyer- •«ary of.Mrs Haiverson's parents, were the honored guests, Mr a.n,d Mrs Clyde Gilbaugh Sr. and Mr and Mrs Clyde Gilbaugh, Biyce and Joieen of Fairmont and Mi and Mrs Earl Jensen and family of Ring'sted- Coming Events Thursday, Jan. 17 — Blajjjer WMF; Indepenclenco M i x e'r s; Helen Circle of the WSCS. • Friday, J-ajn- 18—-Fenton Tafrn- ship Hamemakors; Ellen Circle'of the WSeS, Monday, Jan. 21—Fenton Cdm- mcra,;4 Civjb- » • II L, i!i»iuil|Mil!V!<*« t^JSJ'l. ' . , .III il.u»|Jlllu CARP Of THANKS ,.} wish to say 'thanks for^Jve many cards and letters I received \vhijr in the hospital. Mrs Wendell Ixuseh. 3* Send Cookies To Nursery Home Fenion — The Bertha Circle of the WSCS met in the Methodist church basement oh January 10 with hostesses Mrs Donald Root and Mrs Clifford Douglas. Fifteen members were present, including a grandmother, and f great-grandmother of a guest. Guests were Mrs Jerry Schmit' (nee Yvonne Arbogast) and her small son of Algoha, whose mother, Mrs Clarence Arbogast, and grandmother, Mrs Herman Huskamp, were present. Mrs Arbogast, co-chairman of Bertha Circle, presided and reminded members to bring drop cookies, individually- wrapped in wax paper, to the February meeting of the WSCS for & cookie shower on the Harriet Ballow Nursery in Sioux City, Iowa. Mrs Eugene Huskamp, secretary of spiritual life, distributed prayer cards. Mrs Charles Lovejoy, secretary of Missionary education, reminded members t( keep a list of reading for credit to be checked at the May infect ing of the Fenton society and also said the study course on southeast Asia, to be conducted by Mr,= Harvey Walker, would begin sometime in February. IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT II THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and Funeral Directors Reliable 24 Hour Ambulance Service Funerals May Be Referred To Us With Confidence Phone FENTON 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 Fenton Auxiliary Met Jan. 11th Fenion — The Legion Auxiliary met Friday afternoon, Jan. ll, with Mrs W. E. Laage. Fourteen members answered roll call. A report was given on the fruit baskets distributed to shut-ins in the Fenton community at Christmas time. It was reported that 118 Ibs. of clothing was given to Hungarian relief. The Auxiliary is grateful to all those who contributed. $5 was given to the Veterans Administration Domiciliary at Clinton. It was announced that the mid-winter conference wil' be held in Des Moines February 4 and 5. The membership committee reported one new member, Mrs John Bailey. Mrs John Waite is. chairmar for the March of Dimes, and the Auxiliary members have volunteered to canvas the town for this worthy cause. Mrs Hans Baago in charge of the program, reported on interesting places in lov/a. The February meeting will be with Mrs Clara Fauerby. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends GET TO KNOW THIS MAN SEE Floyd DUNCAN FOR INSURANCE YOUR INDEPENDENT . PROFESSIONAL 1 INSURANCE AGENT WHEN YOU BUY INSURANCE You save money by choos* ing an insurance program designed to fit your special needs. As an independent ' agent, we represent several companies, which makes rt possible for us to give you that program. Our personal service is your guarantee of prompt, fair set-, tlement of all claims, i REPRESENTING IOWA HARDWARE MUTUAL HGHHHHBEBBBBH^BHEEi Office Over Fenton P. O. Floyd Duncan, Office Mgr. \ J. WALLACE SMITH INSURANCE Phone 2 — Insurance Office* Phone 22 — Bank f FENTON, IOWA Seneca Takes 2 From Fenton Seneca — The Seneca basket ball teams took a double header from Fenton Monday evenihg at the Fenton gym, the girls taking their game 40-34 while the Seneca boys edged Fenton 49-43. The Seneca girls Jumped into an early lead, leading 12-4 at the end of the 1st period. All three forwards hit the basket. Marilyn Johannesen connected fot 16 points, Daflene Johnson 13 and Cfirol Johannesen ll points. The Seneca Indians were held to one field goal and 7 charity tosses to trail Fenton 9-14 at the end of the first period and 4 buckets and free throws tied the game 22-22 at the halfway mark. Each team scored 10 points for a 33-33 score at the close of the third period. Three buckets by Looft, 2 by Nielsen, one basket and twd charity tosses by Ronnie Johannesen and 2 free throws by Crouch put the game on ice dit i - i i . i ii i • " • i ' NOTICE — 1 would appreciate it if the person who borrowed my W electric drill last fall, would return it. Everett Dreyer, Fenton. 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