The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1957 · Page 10
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Upp*c &•« Tltimdey, fcfe. 7, tfS? Wm. Fandels Of Whittemore Wed 40 Yrs. Mr and Mrs William Fandel Sr. celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Thursday. Jan. 24, with a solemn High Mass at nine o'clock in St. Michael's Catholic church. Their son the Rev .James Fandel was celebrant; The Rev. William Veil. Deacon: the Rev. Edward Fandel, brother of Mr Fandel, sub-deacon; and the Rev. Gerald Zensen Was master of ceremonies. Acolytes were Michael Conlon, grandson, Robert Russell and Robert Haag. Mr and Mrs Fandel were married Jan. 24, 1917 in St. MichaelY. Catholic church in Whittemore and immediately started farming on their farm, which was the farm home of Mr Fandel's parents, the late Mr and Mrs Mike Fandel. Mrs Fandel was the formed 1 Adela Reiley, daughter of the late Mr and Mrs Lawrence Reiley, former residents of Whittemore. They are the parents' of MOTOR REPAIRS mm. Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS On Hand Prompt Service At All Times Service Motors Available For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO. Atone 170 Algona, la. nifte children who were all jwe- sent «t this happy event and we the Rev. James Fandel ot Lake City; (Ada) Mrs William McCullum of Munster. Ind.; (Edna) Mrs Floyd Conlon of Emmetsburg; William Fandel Jr., Whittemore; Francis Fandel of St. Joe; (Rose Ann) Mrs Ron Corley of Emmetsburg; (Marian,) Mrs Victor Youngwirth of Burt: (Zita) Mrs Vernon Bormann and! (Bernadette) Mrs Elmer Steier of Whiltemofe. They have 22 grandchildren. Mr and Mrs Elmer Steier served breakfast to the immediate families. And a dinner was served at the Plantation to the immediate family and relatives. Open house was held at the Fandel farm home in the afternoon and evening, and over 200 relatives and friends attended. Besides the immediate family, other relatives who attended were Mr and Mrs Ralph Fandel, Mrs Emma Hilbert and Mr and Mrs Alfred Semon of Algona, Mr and Mrs George Fandel Sr., and Mr and Mrs James Butler 01 Whittemore, the Rev.. Edward Fandel of Rockwell City, and Mrs Arthur Fandel and son John of Mason City. Services At Bancroft For Mrs Kahler Bancroft — Funeral services were held for Mrs Anna Kahler, 84, from St. John's Catholic Church Saturday morning at 9:30 a.m. The Rev. J. H. Schultes was celebrant at the Solemn Requiem Mass with the Rev. Bernard Montag and Father Edmund Adams assisting. Acoloytes for the Mass were Darrell and Donald Grandgennett,. Elmer Schneider and Melvin DeGeeter. Mrs Kahler who has been a resident of Kossuth County for over seventy .years was Anna Welhouseh before her marriage to Herman Kahler. Mr Kahler preceded her'in death. Mrs Kahler is survived by one daughter, Mrs Leo Goche, and four sons, Ray, Lakota, Glenn, Buffalo Center, -Alvin, Burt, and Herman of ^Bancroft. Mrs Kahler was laid to rest in the St. John's Cemetery .and1 -theAG$Vfy Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Pallbearers'jfwere six grandsons, Art, Anthony, Albert, Vernon; Gerald Kahler and John Goche. Mr and Mrs P. J. Schiltz left this week for California, where itoey will spend ' an : extended vacation and will visit their sons Raymond and Renold. Henry .Lampe'of Cedar Rapids is here to spend the weekend with his family. Marilyn Haupert has been named Betty Crocker Homemaker jrf Tomorrow in St. John's High School. Marilyn received the highest score in a home management test taken by the senior girls of St. John's. Marilyn's test will be entered for the state title. She received a letter of recognition and a Betty Crocker pin. Mr and Mrs Thomas Garry received word of the birth of a new grandson born to Mr and Mrs Patrick Garry of Iowa City. Mrs Thomas Garry is in Iowa City helping to care for the new grandson. No ether fjift soys "Be My Valentine" more perfectly than (loftf a gift of freth flowers, Vi>!t «ur greenhouses —:_«__ fr0$h every day, THURSDAY, FEB. 14, IS THE DAY *' . - •••«' , ••• f^ffUfljf -M Ai id f 0* Sentiment?! Reasons, Give ft* 0*1 if- 1 deep-rtd beaujits for ypur Valentine . ACROSS THE MILES YOU CAN ALSO SAY "ftl MY VMiNTINi" WITH Flowers by wire Firemen At Wesley Hold Oyster Feed Swea City PTA To Hear Hood Of Filter Center City — The PTA meeting Monday night. Feb. 11, promises to be one of interest to all. Capt. Crowder, commanding of' ficer of the Filter Center in Des Moines, will be the main speaker and will show two films concerning continental defense of the United States. He will explain the films. Following the movies, there will be an open forum and music will be furnished by the Legion chorus. We*l«y — The firemen held their annual oyster supper Wednesday evening, Jan. 30. Tom McMahon of Pocahontas, a former fireman, and Henry Arndorfer, were guests , as were the town councilmen. Financial Secretary, L. L. Lease read the report. Dr. H. H. Raney is fire- chief and there are 18 firemen. Al Co-Op Meeting Officers and board members of the Farmer's Co-Operative Society who attended the January 27-30 grain dealers convention in Des Moines were Frank Bleich, manager, Henry Arndorfer, Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease, Mr and Mrs Lester Larson, Mr and Mrs George Seaberg and Mr and Mrs Joe Skow. W.S.C.S. Meet» W.S.C.S. met Wednesday, Feb. 6, in the Don Kraus home, with Mrs Veva Lease and Mrs Dennis Carlson as assistant hostesses. Mrs Olive Erdman gave the Missionary lesson and Mrs Charles Price conducted devotions. Tuesday Club, 19th The Tuesday Club will meet Tuesday, Feb. 19, in the Tom Forburger home with Mrs John Muehe as assistant hostess. The lesson on window treatment will be given by Mrs Forburger and Mrs Joe Meurer, and the surprise number by Mrs L. H. Kleinpeter and Mrs H. E, Hemmingsen. Bridge Club Hostess Mrs Rich Reilirig entertained her bridge club Monday evening, Jan. 28. Mrs Dwight Bruns won high 'score prize and Mrs Retting lo\v score prize. Mrs Franklin Bode, a new meritber of the club will have the next party. Mr and Mrs Jim Haverly received a phone call from their son Keith Sunday evening, Jan. 27, saying that he had just re-turned from 6 months service aboard the" Aircraft Carrier Es r sjex.'He is again. stationed at San Diego, Calif. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening, Feb. 7. .Mrs Dick -Robinson's brother, Gordon, £raun, 18, died of suf- ftjc&tipp £arly Thursday morning in a fire that destroyed a home in Algona, that he was remodeling for Mr and Mrs Robinson. He ha'd completed the job and had slept in the house Wednesday riight. Wilfred Beckers were lucky winners .of an electric fry pan at the annual creamery meeting in Britt last week. Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson were Saturday evening guests in the N. J. Nemmers home in Bancroft, in honor of Mrs Nemmer's birthday. Mr and Mrs Ed Kerr who bad spent two -weeks in the Nemmers home, came home with Ackersons. Mr and Mrs Lou Lickteig have a new granddaughter, born to Mr and Mrs Ed Kenyon ot Whittemore Thursday, Jan. 17. Mrs Kenyon is the former Marjorie Lickteig. Boy Scouts troop 73 and dens 1-2-3 of Cub Scouts observed the 47tfa birthday of Scouting at the Legion Hall Monday evening, Feb. 4. Pot luck supper for scouts, leaders and their .families was followed by a display of handcraft and presentation of awards. Mr and Mrs Wm. Hrubes en» terfained the Sutz Vs 500 Club Monday evening, Feb. 4. Mrs JSljipn. Devereaux enter- taioed at a family dinner party Wednesday evening, Jan. 30 in honor of her son Jackie's 5th birthday. Quests were his grand- Barents, Mrs Olive Erdman, arid Mr and Mrs Clarence Robinson , of Spencer. Mr and Mrs Robert Holmes of Swea City visited Tuesday in the George Hirner home. Hftns fingen. was taken to the Britt hospital by ambulance W.e<|ne&dfty Hi? son-in-law ancj daughter, Mr and Mrs Clarence Donovan of Park* Ridge, Minn came ^Phuj'sday morning to i>e with him• JR^v, an$ Mrs Percy Carlsson arid heuseguesi Mrs Oscar And- or$Qn attendee} the 20th wedding anniversary piarly for Mr anjj Mrs Ted .Hinders Sunday Jan. 27 in the George Eilts home at firm. Methj?4ist will have service*. Wm/ Wednesday night, (jurjng Mflf. Thjurg wjll.be & the library baard me| , 4ay, Feb. 2 Jji t^e GROWING rare "g^ere^ Lfly o| India" is growing j'apioJy we' lyjttdjw of the Has|] '• fhe S\QjM was 0i Pdqn TMd (pf Qharles City; |pur days, it grew 4V? inches. HS T five inthes 8 day and will' reach a height of five feet. Mrs Glen Curtis entertained her birthday club • at 1 o'clock luncheon Tuesday (5). Members include Mesdames George ' K. Nelson, Wm.' Thompson, A. J, Bilsborough, Truman Johnsori and Rena Hdglund. Mr and Mrs George K. Nelson returned Saturday evening from Ontario. Calif., where they had spent a time with their daughter Doris, who is employed there. Baptist Ladies Guild will meet this week Friday at Guild Hall. Hostesses will be Mrs Harold Hesvick and Mrs Floyd Treat. Mrs Emil Larson will Ifead devotions and Mrs Lowell Larson is in charge of the program. Music will be" furnishe-d by Mrs Virgil Jensen. Mr and Mrs Mervin Kelley returned last week from Rochester, where he had surgery at the Methodist hospital. He is reported to be making a good recovery. Ed Hammond returned Sunday from Kensington, Minn., where he had visited the past several weeks at the home of his daughter Phyllis, Mrs A. E. Sanborn. Reiatves of Mr and Mrs Corm Dirksen helped them celebrate their tenth wedding anniversary. Saturday, Feb. 2. Mr and Mrs Walter Goracz- kowski arc parents of a boy born Jan. 31 at Holy Family hospital in Eslhei ville. The baby weighed 0 pounds. Vz ounce. Mrs Minnie Kylen returned home Friday from Holy Family hospital. Estherville, whjire she had undergone surgery earlier in the week. Mr and Mrs Marlin Hardt and Mr and Mrs Roy Rohlin h3ve returned home from a month's trip to Miami. Florida. Enroute they visited relatives of the Hardts in Texas. Mr and Mrs Earl Boe of Armstrong announce the engagement of their datighte* dhfttmayfte to OrvQle Rippentfop, soft of Mr and Mrs Everett Rippentrop of Swea City. No date has be^n set for the wedding. Mr and Mrs Forrest Christensen and Mr and Mrs Clay Warren and son Clay of Ringeted were Saturday evening dinner guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs R. F. Snyder. Ledyard PTA To Buy Curtains To Darken Gym Ledyaid — The P.T.A. held its January meeting at the school last Monday evening with a very good attendance. Mrs George MacKinnon, Mrs Wm. Bauman and Mrs Harold Wentworth were the program committee. Mrs Green of Forest City was the speaker of the evening and showed films on polio. There were also two musical numbers, a woodwind ensemble and a saxophone duet. During the business meeting presided over by the President Kenneth Busch a dtecasskm was held on buyfef curtains for tht gym so it could be darkened foi movies. Plans were also discussed for raising money and it wa5 voted to sponsor a card party sometime later in February Lunch was served oy tne committee. Mr George MacKinnon returned home from Des Moines on Thursday where he had been in the Veterans Hospital for a check up. Mrs William Wiemer went to Fort Dodge on Saturday and spent the day with her father E. E. Williams at Friendship Haven, and helped him celebrate hi.- birthday. Mr and Mrs George Thompson attended the funeral of a cousin of Mr Thompsons, Lem Mitchell of Corwith who died of a hear; attack. John Carpenter, who attendt Coe College in Cedar Rapids, was home last week for a short vacation between semesters. Oi. Monday his mother Mrs E. A Carpenter took him back and went on to Olin to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs J. G. Swartzell Mrs Chester Johnson accompan- ied them. fcj, Mr and Mrs Fred Looft and Mr and Mrs Bemie Looft of S*ea City were Sunday dinner guests at the N. A. Pingel home. Mr and Mrs Delbert Wentworth and son of Sholl Rock visited at the Paul NfU end Ray Wentworth homes on Sunday. Mr and Mrs George Thompson attended a wedding Sunday afternoon, Feb. 3rd at 3 p.m. at the Klemme Methodist Church, when a cousin of Mrs Thompson, Patricia Ann Legge of Garner became the bride of Andrew Oswald. , _ ... Mr and Mrs Bernard Reilly and Mr and Mrs Richard Anderson, August Klinksiek, Herman Brandt, and Engolbart Logerhan attended a Grain Dealers Convention in DCS Moines several days last week. Resalyn Bashara, who attends Mankato Commercial college, spent the weekend with net mother, Mrs Mary Bashara. Mr and Mrs William Klinker and Gary visited friends at Royal on Sunday. Mrs Glenn Burrow and Ernest went to Minneapolis on Thursday and Ernest enrolled at a Radio , and Television school. They alpo visited relatives in St. Paul over the weekend. The Treats ArelOn Us an<£ Firestone! In Appreciation For The Many Farm Friends of Firestone & Bradley Bros. The Firestone Tire Company is joining with Bradley Bros, in extending this cordial invitation to you, our good farm friends in this area. We are together inviting you to come and be our guests at our Farmers Days "Open House" at Bradley Bros, in Algona ... on February IS and 16. Although the "party" is not until next week, we are inviting you now. so be sure to plan ahead and make it a date to come. The place is Bradley Bros., and the treats are "on" us and Firestone. There'll be refreshments, free prizes, free favors — and NO selling! It's just the way Firestone and Bradley Bros, want to show appreciation — and we sure hope you'll come ! AND FARMER DAYS OPEN BRADLEY BROS. Two Big Days For Farmers &Their Families I H ••" . 15-1 Come Early Stay Late Qur Farmers Pay "Open House" —• with Firestone and Bradley Bros, yguj hosjs. — will be open early and open late. Come Any time. There'll be no 'selling talk' for you —* iu§t a friendly two days'*x- tended in appreciation o| the many, many good {arm friendships for Firestone and Bradley Bro«. No Selling . . . Just A Friendly Get - Together Party!!! (You'd Have To Bend Our Arm Pretty Hard To Even Buy A Tire) FREE COFFEE and DOUGHNUTS (No Limit) FREE BALLOONS For The Kids FREE FIRESTONE AIR MEASURE GAUGE This new exclusive gauge takes all the guesswork put of tractor tire inflation, and by so doing insures longer tire life. We have one for you — just ask for it! FREE DOOR PRIZES, TOO! FIRST PRIZE PAIR OF FIRE5TONE NEW GUIDE GRIP FRONT TRACTOR TIRES SECOND PRIZE PAIR OF FIRESTONE -NEW GUIDE LINE FRONT TRACTOR TIRES THIRD PRIZE FIVE GALLONS TRACTOR MOTOR OIL Yes sir! Everything's going tp be "on the house" fpr Farmers Days "Open House" at Bradley Bros. . . . with Firestone joining us as host) Come on one or both of the special days . . . meet and chew the fat with your friends here . , . and try to drink us out of Coffee and eat us out of Doughnuts! Be sure to register for one of the threa swell Door Prises — and be sure, too/ io get your free Trtctsr Tire Air Measure Gauge. This is, for farmers, their families — the womenfolk are just as welcome as the men. So be sure io-take time out for the party —• two days at Bradley Bros. — February 15 and 16. ON DISPLAY! LARGEST TIRE IN THE WORLD At BRADLfiY BROS. Firestone Farmers Days 'Open House' FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15 • SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16 '.'V .1 =»SS» At BRADISY BROS.

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