The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 7, 1957 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 7, 1957
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MR$ AftbttN HALVERSON *l«wt fcditm She February 7, 1957 Publithed By The UppBr D#* Molnti Publishing Co., Alfona, Minnie Dreyer Honored On 80th Birthday Fenton — Mrs Minnie Dreyer was honored with a dinner at the Everett Dreyer home Friday, Feb. 1 on her 80th birthday. .Those attending the occasion were the Frank Dreyers of Lone Rock, Alfred Schmidts of Cor- wilh .Richard Hengels of Amboy Minn., Larry Alts, Ruebert Lued- tkes and the Darrell Dreyers Afternoon visitors were the Herbert Krauses and Mrs Ray Drey or. Mrs Dreyer was remembered with many cards and lovely gifts. ~7" ' - - u 4 Birthday Party v t ; ^ Mr and Mrs Willard Men2, Mr and Mrs Mafold Schlei, Mr and Mrs Adolf Pertl, Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz, Mrs Kate Schroeder, Arthur Schroed'er, Mr and Mrs Ronald Chnschilles and family, and Mr and Mrs Jerrie Weiner and family of Hurt visited in the Roy Chrischilles home Tuesday eye. to help Roy celebrate his birthday. The evening was spent playing 500 at four tables. Mrs Marold Schlei and Art Schroeder winning high, Mrs Kate Schroeder and Willard Menz low and travel went to Adolf Pertl. A lovely lunch brought by the guests was served at the close of the evening. 16th Anniversary Methodist Homebuilders Class helped Rev. and Mrs Harvey Walker observe theit 16th wedding anniversary Saturday evening. They arrived with well filled baskets for the evening dinner, and Mrs Art Voigt, Mrs Clarence Underwood and Mrs W. R. Wolfe acted as kitchen hostesses. Present besides Uhe honored guests Rev. and Mrs Harvey Walker and daughters, Janet ana Ardith were Mr and Mrs Walter Widdel, Mr and Mrs Frank McFall, Mr and Mrs Roelf Miller, Mr and Mrs Earl Lufkin, Mr and Mrs W. R. Wolfe, Mr and Mrs Art Voigt, Mr and Mrs Alfred Meyers, Mr and Mrs John Theesfield and Mr and Mrs Clarence Underwood. Mr and Mrs Walter Widdel were Thursday evening guests in the Mcrwih Widclcl home at Ringsted to help Nancy Widdel celebrate her llth birthday. Thursday evening supper guests In the Jess Halverson home were Mr and Mrs Jerrold Halverson, Mrs Jens Halverson, Mrs, Otto Wilbert, Mrs Linus Jensen and Mrs Albert Uilestad, .all of Ringsted. Jess Halverson, who has been confined to his home by illness the past three months is still unable to be out and around. Mr and Mrs Art Voigt and Mark Voigt, Mrs Clara Fischer and Mrs William Fischer spen; Sunday afternoon visiting with Chris Egland and William Fischer at the Good Samaritan Home at Estherville. Billy Scribner of Fort Dodge spent the past weekend in the parental Gilbert Scribner home. Sunday dinner guests in the Ed Uthof home were Mr and Mrs FREE GREASE WITH EVERY OIL CHANGE ONE WEEK ONLY (Thursday, Feb. 7, Until Thursday, Feb. 14) PHILLIPS 66 SERVICE FENTON, IOWA BOOST (EGG) PROFITS EVEN 123 LAYERS Last year, we offered Hy-Line "100 Series", varieties that outlaid other chickens by 2 to 3 dozen eg^s per bird. Man.v poultrymen took advantage of this extra profit. This year, we have au even better Hy-Line layer for you. It's the Hy-Line 123 — the Hy-Line layer that outlays previous 100 levies layers by 6 (o 12 EGGS I'ER BIRD! Yes, even higher profits are on the way for, you when you order Hy-Line 123 chicles, ORDER YOUR HY-UNE* CHICKS NOW Burt Produce, Bwrt, Iowa Walter Hans, Sweo City Calvin Vawdt, Fenton Lyndon Kerber, Cylinder Whittemore Hatchery, Whittemore Walter Vaudt, Whittemore Frank Seeley, AUTHORED HY4INS& PDTIIIUTOII E. 3. Booth and VeeLoray of Fremont, Neb. and Mr and Mrs Paul Cornelius and Ray. Due to an unintentional error, the name of Barbara Wehrspann was omitted from the Junior High Semester honor roll. Her name should have been with those receiving highest honors. Mr and Mrs Jack Oerhart entertained at four tables of 500 Sunday evening, Feb. 3rd. Winning high score prizes were Mrs Harlafi Eimers and Palmer Jensen. Low score prizes went to Harlan Eimers and Mrs Glenn Flint, and Mrs Kenneth Johnson received travel prize. S/2G and Mrs Thomas Scribner of Fort Buchann, San Juan, Puerto Rico, are the parents of a son born Jan. 29th. The littlt lad weighed 7 Ibs. 2% oz. and has been named Thomas Jr. Mr aha Mrs Gilbert Scribner of Fenton are the paternal grandparents. Sunday dinner guests in the Clarence Wegener home were Mr and Mrs Clarence Theesfield and Mr and Mrs Harvey Higley ; oi Fairmont, Mr and Mrs Everett Dreyer arid Roger, Mr and Mrs- Lloyd Sunde and family and Mi and Mrs Larry Alt and Marilyn. The Blakjer Lutheran League met Sunday evening at the church parlors. The installation of the new officers was conducted by the Rev. Harlan Blockhus. For the program, readings were given* by Marilyn Johannesen and Merle Halverson and Ronnie Johannesen played a saxophone selection. David Looft presented the topic. Mr and Mrs Gerald Gochenour and family were Sunday visitors in the homes of Mrs J. R. Delle at Dakota City and Miss Selma Paulson at Rutland. Mrs Lawrence Edwards and children of Emmetsburg were Saturday afternoon guests of Mrs Donald Steinberger. Mrs Paul Saxton. and Mrs Paul Hudson spent Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs Mary C. Hansen. Mrs Saxton is the former Florence Hansen. Saturday evening dinner guests in the Paul Cornelius home were Mr and Mrs Lloyd Cornelius and Leonard of Graettinger, Mr and Mrs E. J. Booth, Vee Loray of Fremont, Neb. and Ray Cornelius. Mr and Mrs J. Wallace Smith and sons left the past week foil Arizona where they will visit the W. E. Stocbers. Mr and Mrs Earl Lufkin have recently returned home from a vacation in Arizona and other points of interest in the Southwest. • ,.-... Mr and Mrs Homar Matiheisen were hosts to a Welders meeting Sunday afternoon at their home. Approximately 30 were in attendance. Mr and Mrs Harlan Askeland and family of Estherville were last Wednesday evening guests in the Don Steinberger home. Mr end Mrs Leo P. Elbert of Corwith were last Sunday afternoon and luncheon guests in the home of Mrs Elbert's mother* Mrs Mary C. Hansen. Hay Cornelius, a student at the University of Iowa spent the past weekend in the parental Paul Cornelius home. Mr and Mrs J. H. Farrell of Whittemore were last Wednesday afternoon visitors in the home of Mrs Fan-ell's mother, Mrs Mary C. Hansen. Mr and Mrs Harold Luiz of Fairmont were last Sunday evening supper guests in the Don Steinberger home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Ruhnke and family of Humboldt were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors in the Martin Ohm home. Mr and Mrs Franklin and family were supper guests in -the Lloyd Kern home Sunday -evening. Mr and Mrs Ted Meier and Cleo of Whittemore were last Thursday evening visitors in the Martin Hantelman home. Mrs Sarah Weisbrod and Mrs Mary C. Hansen were Saturday afternoon luncheon guests oi Mrs Paul Hudson. Walter Kr&use underwent surgery this past week at the Holy Family Hospital, Estherville. Fenton Woman's Father Passes Fenton — Mrs John Gramenz received word Friday morning that her father, Kerstein, had passed away at Clinton. Minn. Funeral services were held at Clinton on Monday. Mr Kerstein is survived by hit* wife. Elizabeth; four daughters, Alvjna, Mrs John Gramenz, Fenton; Stella, Mrs Paul Heacock of Portland, Ore,, Anna, Mrs Fred Anderson. Clinton, Minn, and Ida, Mrs Paul Alheck of Si. Paul. Three son:-, Herman of Portland. On\, Fred of Clinton, Minn, and Harold of Minneapolis, Minn. He is also .suivived by 13 grandchildren and Hi great-grandchildren. Coming Events Friday, Feb. 8 — Legion Auxi- lij i.y. Monday, Feb. 11 ~ Legion meeting. Tuesday, Feb. 12 — Fcnten Woman's Club. Thursday, Feb. 14 ~ Bertha Circle; Gladys Circle: Depew Fellowship Circle; Friendly Neighbor Club. I Families At Seneca Get Farewell Honor Seneca — Mr and Mrs Earl McIntire and family and Mr and Mrs Robert Petersen were honored at a farewell party held for them Wednesday evening at Robert Peter-sen home. 500 furnished the evenings entertainment after which refreshments were served by the hosts, the neighbors of the two families. Ths group presented each family with a hammered aluminum tray as a farewell remembrance. Enjoying the courtesy we IT the Alvin Godfredsens, Larmon Haddles, , Leo Crowleys, C n r 1 Nielsens, Melvin Madsens, Sig Loges, Francis Sullivans, Chris Larsons, Eugene Petersons and Mr and Mrs Ernest Davis. The Mclntire family plan to move to a farm near East Chain this week while the Robert Pelersen, family will move later on in the month to a farm near Ellendale Minn. Homemakers Meet Eighteen Seneca homemakers met at the home of Mrs John Struecker last Tuesday afternoon and participated in the lesson on making bread and rolls. Mrs Martin Wilberg presented the lesson. Mrs Ole Pedcrsen and Mrs Victor Struecker demonstrated making rolls. A pot luck dinner was enjoyed at noon and for afternoon refreshments the group sampled all the various breads and rolls made that day. A short business, meeting was,, held after which Mrs Woodrow? 1 Kracht talked on legislation. Homemakers in attendance in addition to the hostess included Mrs Victor Struecker, Mrs Eldon Brown, Bertha Olsen, Mrs Martin Wilberg, Mrs Earl Crouch, Mrs Ted Jeasen, Mrs Harold Grunhovd, Mrs Ole Pedersen, Mrs Norbert Thilges, Mrs Robert Binzen, Mrs Woodrow Kracht, Mrs Siebolt Behrcnds. Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs Lawrence Johannesen, Mrs Calvin Vaudt and Theresa Stilflug. Parents Of A Daughter • Mr and Mis Gene Bollig. are., the parents of a baby daughter 1 born early last week at the Holy Family Hospital at Esther-* ville. The Bolligs now have a family of four daughters. Mr and Mrs Sig Loge and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the former's sister, the Olaf Hollands at Frost, Minn. Mrs Carrie Odin and Beverly of Estherville and Mr 'and Mrs Art Claussen and family \->t Swe;i City were Sunday evening _ callers at the Sig Loge home. ' J Seneca (Blakjer) Luther Leaguers met at the church parlors Sunday evening. Rev. Harlan Blockhus conducted the installation of officers. David Looft presented the topic- after which Merle Halverson gave a reading. Ronnie Johannesen played a saxophone solo and Marilyn Johannesen gave a rending. Little .Tommy Udenswang, son of the Lawrence Uderiswangs has been confined to his home for a time with an ear infection. Ted Jensen, who submitted to surgery Friday at the Holy Family hospital at Esthcrville is reported to be recuperating satisfactorily. Mary England, daughter of Mr ;mr| Mrs Lyio England, who was hiispitaiizfd the past week at the Holy Family Hospital at Estherville was brought home Saturday afternoon. She will need rest and quiet for a period of a week to ten days. Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Looft home Sunday included Mrs Bertha Pomrner ot Algona; Mr and Mrs Gerrit De- Waard of Wesley and Jack Looft of Crystal Lake. The occasion w a s David Looft's birthday anniversary. Bonnie Mclnlire was honoi'ed at a surprise farewell party hold Thursday evening at the Fred Johannesen home. Hosts and nnstesses included her class- inE'tos, freshmen class of the Seneca High School. The Mc- lnlire family will move in the near future to a farm near East Chain. Minn. Mrs Wilma Firestone of Canton, Ohio is visiting at the home of her daughter and family, the Ted Jensens. Mr and Mrs Martin Wagoner of Cylinder were Sunday evening guests at the Calvin Vaudt home. ' Marilyn Johannesen, Janet Geilenfeld and Lois Wilberg attended a Teaching Mission training program at Wallingford Sunday afternoon. IJhe Seneca Sparklers 4-H met last week Thursday afternoon at the home of Diane Grunhov/l. The program consisted of a talk by Colleen Smith. Diane Grunhovd demonstrated and Alyce Petersen gave a talk. Mrs Verle Smith was the visiting mother. Name Honor Roll Students At Seneca Seneca — Honor roll members for the first semester were announced last week for the Seneca high school. Honors for the top bracket went to Susan Breese, Nancy Fischor, Sandra Gabel, Marcia Hartshorn, Marilyn Johannesen, Ronald Johannesen, D a r 1 e n e Johnson and Janice Osborn. Honorable mention went to the following: Carol Johannesen, Larry Johannesen, Bonnie M<t S lire, Sandra Nolte, Lois Wfr- rg and Ray Wilberg. Highest honors in junior high went to Sharon Sullivan, top bracket, and Sandra Ellefson. Honorable mention was received by .Kathleen Crowley, Marjorie Johnson and Susan Sullivan. A Real Surprise Mr and Mrs Clarence Menz were pleasantly surprised when they returned home from church Sunday, Jan. 27, to find dinner on t,he table waiting for them. Th<s~occasion was their 25th anniversary and their hosts were the Willard Menz family, the Marold Schleis and Mr and Mrs Roy Chrischilles, In honor of the occasion the Menz invited friends in for a card party that evening. Enjoying the courtesy were Mr and Mrs Ted Jensen, Mr and Mrs Lyle England, Mr and Mrs Frank Meyers, Mr 'and Mrs Charles Beavecs, Mr and Mrs Caleb HartsKorn, Mr and Mrs Myron Speer, Mr and Mrs Lester Osborn, Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin and Mr and Mrs Harold Grunhovd. The gw>up presented their hosts with a silver flower corsage in remembrance of the occasion. ...for all your KIN® needs We're ready at all times to help every member of this community with loans for all needs, savings plans and •Ul bank services. May we assist you too, soon? Savings Are Important For Your Future! And, important to local progress I This helps us make loans to responsible borrowers, building soundly in this community for your future 1 It's Good Business To Pay Bills By Bank Check Your cancelled check for payment—whether for business or household bills — is your permanent recepit. Open a convenient checking account, here! First Trust & Savings Bank - Fenton Armstrong, Iowa The gathering also served as a farewell parly for Larry Men;; and Bob Butterfield who left to enter the armed forces the next morning. Mr and Mrs Francis Sullivan are the parents of twins, a boy and a girl, weighing a little more than 6 pounds each at birth. They were born last week at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. They now have a family of five daughters and three sons. Relatives from a distance who attended funeral services for Mrs Hattie Witham included Mr.-Mary Witham of Valley City. North Dakota; Mrs Ben Slatei and son Rocky of Troy Grove, 111; Mr and Mrs Pete C. Helmers, Waterloo; Mr and Mrs Kenneth .Tornkins, Manchester) la.; Mr and Mrs Marlin St. John, Cedar Rapids; and Dale Huling, Des Moines. The relatives met at the home of the Everett Withams at Seneca where dinner was served by friends and neighbors of the Witham family. Following the funeral services which were held at Algona, relatives and friends gathered at the Methodist church basement where lunch was served by the 4 Corner Mothers and Daughters .Club of Algona. Mrs Mary Witham of Valley City, North Dakota visited this past week at the Everett Witham home. Two Senecans are patients at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville. Mary England, daughter of Mr and Mrs Lyle England, entered the hospital the early part of the week. Ted Jensen entered the hospital Thursday and expects to undergo surgery. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft and David attended the Crystal Lake vs Scarville basketball game Tuesday evening and saw thu Crsytal Lake boys team win their game 61-39. The win gave Crystal Lake a tie with Hayfield for the conference championship. Jack Looft is coach of the Crystal Lake team. Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg, Raymond and Lois were Tuesday dinner guests at the Donald Wilberg home at Fairmont. Larry Menz and Bob Butterfield left Monday for induction in the armed forces. They enlisted in the army and are receiving their boot-training at Camp Chaffee, Ark. Donald Baldwin and his fiancee Miss Joan Griffin of Minneapolis spent last weekend with the former's parents, the Cecil Baldwins. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends 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 BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL J. Wallace Smith Red Estate Broker General Insurance THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company JOHN DEERE DEALER Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building • Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E, W. Ruike DENTIST Office Phone 79 Reiidenee 25 Fenton, Iowa HANTELMAN'S GARAGE Auto & Tractor Repair* FENTON, IA. AUCTION! QUITTING BUSINESS Krause Grocery and Clothing Store Fenton, la. - Sat., Feb. 9,10 a.m. ALSO BRICK BUILDING 25 x 80 $7500 Worth Stock & Fixtures . - •;» f™ ----- - "• ' / . ., • • '• We will sell piece by piece and lots for cash, the following: / '."'''• Large stock men's and children's clothing, rubber footwear, hats, caps and shirts. Small stock canned goods, cereals~and jellies and other groceries, /' Complete line of fixtures, showcases, tables, racks, wall cases. , BLDG. WILL BE SOLD AT 2:30 P.M. Sale Day—25 ft. wide, 80 ft. long, 40 ft. lot in back. Full basement. solid brick. It will pay you to look at this building, EVERYTHING SELLS REGARDLESS OF PRICE A. H. 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