The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 7, 1957 · Page 2
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J-AlfrMrtS (to.) Upptt Dtl Mafn« , Match 7, 19*7 Golden Wedding Honors, Wm. Welhousens, Titonka tlldiika — Mr and Mrs Wm Welhousen celebrated their golden wedding anniversary, Feb. 27, at the Methodist Fellowship hall with about 200 friends and relatives in attendance. A noon dinner was prepared and served by the children of the family and a few close relatives and open house was held from 2 to 5 o'clock. Harold Bode of Algona acted as master of ceremonies with the program as follows: Accordion solo. Linda Krause; Address. Mrs June Goldman; group singing; Grandfathers tribute to Grandmother, Ardith Eden; Duet, Wilma Welhousen and Harold Bode; and a closing talk by Mrs Lee O. Wolf of Algona. The couple was presented a corsage and button- iere of gold color by the children as well as a four tiered Wedding cake topped with white bells and trimmed in gold, and a refrigerator with freezer. Miss Etta Eden poured and Mrs Wilma Welhousen and Mrs Viona Welhousen cut and served the wedding cake. Miss Gayle Sleper was in charge of the guest book. Mrs Sharon Valentine of Truman, Minn., presided at the punch bowl. Members of Mrs Welhousen's circle served afternoon lunch. . Among those present for the occasion Were Mr and Mrs Charles Phelps who also were celebrating their 62nd wedding anniversary the same day.. -j Mr and Mrs Ernest Hofmann drove Lt. and Mrs Wendell Schuler to Chicago Friday, \vhere they left by. plane to New York Saturday evening and on Monday they will leave for Germany where the Schulers will make their home for a while. Mr and Mrs Hoffman planned on staying in Chicago only a few days. Lt and Mrs Schuler who were married a few months ago have been, visiting Mrs Schuler's parents, the Hofmancs. . -Mr and Mrs John Stott arrived Wednesday after.visiting a week in Portland, Oregon, at Westrup homes and to attend the jwedding of Nancy Westrup and, Karl Veat- cn, Nancy was a niece of Mrs and made'her h6me' «M% Stotts 'for a time. Mr and* . Stotl made the, trip by plane. *M)r and Mrs Wm. Notnwehr and family 'moved Thursday to &lbert Lea and on Saturday Rev. »»4 Mrs Elmer Nicholson of Mason City moved to the Noth- •Hffetir home' in Titonka, which tfiey purchased. 4 Alv}n Ray Moore returned Tuesday after being honorably discharged from the Navy after 4* years. He is the son of Mrs Harold Smith of Algona and the grandson of Mrs Edna Richter o| 1 Titonka with whom he has been making his home all his life. *Mr ,• and Mrs Senus Isebrand and granddaughter Patty Isebrand and Mrs, Ollje Bruns returned; Saturday from Qmaha w,here they visited witli the Her-» bert Jsebrand, Sever, Parmkuk, I^pHie Pannkuk and Dale Bruns famines. ' 1S JV 2 and Mrs Claude Hudson are parents of a baby girl born Awndayi March 3, at the. Park Ifospjtal in Mason City. The mother is the former Wanda Young, daughter of Mr and Mrs Tom Young of Titonka. Mr Hudi son is stationed at Fairbanks, Alaska, and Mrs Hudson -has been making her home with her parents. Mr and Mrs Wm Boyken entertained Lt. and Mrs Wendell Schuler and Mr and Mrs Wm Nothwehr and family at a farewell dinner Thursday, Feb. 28. Mr and Mrs Charles Phelps, Mr and Mrs Bernard Phelps and Levant Moore attended the funeral at Dolliver, Tuesday, of a cousin Oliver Stow. Miss Freda Boyken, Mrs Anna Doege of Woden, Mrs Anna Missel and Mrs Art Boyken ana girls were Thursday afternoon guest* at the home of Mr and Mrs Wm. Boyken. "' Mrs Leonard Callies entertained her sewing club Thursday evening. Mr and Mrs Douglasi Mechler are parents of a baby Json born Friday, Feb. 22 at the hbslpUal al Blue Earth. He has been named Dean Edward. *'' Mr and Mrs .Wm. Ricklef received word of a new grandson, Mark Aileo, bdth Feb. 22 tp ii( Mr ar& Mfs'Rayrtiond Ricklfef of Esthervttle. MramfcjMrs Charles Phelps celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary Wednesday, F.eb. 27, with Mr Snd Mfct LeRo^Phelps and sthi," Mr and Mrs Mervin Bristow and sons of Irvington .and Levant Moore and 'children calling pjti th.em in the afternoon and evening. Mr and Mrs Ben H. Meyer of TilPnka 'celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary, Friday, 1 Mar. 1. , ' Mr and Mrs Phyllis Nicholson of Bropkings, S. D. came Friday to visit Mr Nicholson's parents Rev. and Mrs Elmer Nicholson and also his sister and husband Mr and Mrs Clarence Brandt. They returned Sunday. Mr and Mrs M. T. Sunde of Manlcato visited over the weekend: with Mrs Sunde's parents, Mr and Mrs Conrad Schmidt and also a brother and wife, Mr and Mrs Irvin Schmidt. t£'3D£an, Douglas, jon of Mr and Mrs Dbn^iJ\,Baade, was baptized into the Lutheran With* Sunday rriorning,' March 3, .with Rev. B.. H. Schwer : in officiating at the iagryices at the Gopd Hope Lutheran, church. My- and Mis Wm Huisman moved Thursday into their home .they purchased from Senus.Ise- branjd. Sterling Huisman anti wife who. pake their home at the Win. Hiiisman's moved to Claire on, a tenant farm which is near Qilrnpse City. Mrs George Sachau and Phyl^is, Qpolyft Intern\ill and Mr aR<j-Myf WTO. Everding were Sunday ev^nijng visitors at the Menno Everding home. They helped Suth Ever.4ing celebrate her birthday.' v Mr and Mrs Alton Huisman and family of Jewell were Sunday guests at the home of Mr and Mris Wm. Huisman. In' the afternoon. Mr and Mrs Otto Glawe and John of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Sterling Huisman of Sundaes or Cones Claire were afterfioott fufests. Mr and Mr* Frank Meyer and Rudy of Corwith were Sunday evening fuflWts at tht home ot Mrs Anna Sw>ter. New Candidates For Wesley School Board Wwley — Time for filing nomination papers for school directors expired Friday, March 1. L H. Kleinpeter will be unopposed for treasurer. Mrs H. E. Hemmingsen and Maurice DcBoer arc the present incumbents. James Walker and Dr. Paul Warnei have filed papers. The election Will be held Monday, March 11. 12 Boon to 7 p.m. id \he -City hall. Mrs Jens Anderson returned home Sunday from a lour weeks trip , visiting with relatives in Kansas City and St. Joe, Mo. Mfs.J. M. Kunz, Henry Shore and the letter's sister, Mrs Will Smith of New Hartford left Sunday for Peoria, 111., to attend funeral services on Monday for John Shore who died in his home thgre^Friday, Mar. 1» following a lingering illness, the deceased was a brother of Mrs G. E.;Ward and Henry Shore and an uncle of MnsJSiM •'• 5 -{•'• V" Algono A«s 4-H ng Open ing Mrs WU1' , Haltfirman . family of ftuiland spent afurday with the Everett Attigs and other former neighbors. The Catholic Missionary Sp- ciety sponsored 'a public card party in the parish hall Sunday night, 'March 3rd. Mrs Harold Weber 1 won high score prize in 500 and Mrs Nick Weber 2nd- high score prize, Mrs Leo Hanig, low score prize. In Bunco Joyce Becker, high, Jerry Krieps, 2nd high, Mike Neuroth, low, and Mrs Vincent Eisenbacher, door prize. Mr and Mrs Ray Hansen had as their weekend guests, Mr and .Mrs Ray Madron of, Des 'Moines. Leland and Leslie Pearson joined others of the Algona Bit. & Spur club at a square dance Salt urday evening* .in the Algona K. C. Hall. • : . Rev. Harry Whyte of Algona was guest speaker at the first Lenten service in . the _ 'local Methodist . Church Wednesday March 6. ,, : ; , , . [Bishop jEnsley or i9es-.Moine$ 'will speak in the Methodist church' Suridayj March. :10. - J ' ' Mr ajid . M^s Leo Reno ' of •Toledo; Ohip.'left 1 for thfeir homf Tuesdayvi Theylqame ''Friday; to attend the funeral of his mother, Mrs Anna Reno, 80, Saturday, March 2. • ; Mr and Mrs Don Vogel an<J daughter JaneJle Ro>&; :pt Lohr r -> yille were Saturda'y' 'rfiight anft Sunday guests in the parental, J. T. Meurer -home. Mrs , Tracy Waid of Titonka was also a Sun-r day guest. Mr and Mrs Harold Hamilton and children of Minneapolis were guests Saturday in the Martin Hamilton home. The two families were Sunday guests in the parental, H. G. Hamilton home at Bancroft. Mrs Lucy Brabec of Fort Dodge spent the weekend here with her sisters, Minnie and Nell Frimml and their brother, Frank Frimml. Mi- and Mrs Charles Nygaard and Mr and Mrs Luther, Nygaarci joined J5 other farm, bureau young married folks of Kossuth county on a guided tour of Fort Dodge. Dr. and Mrs, Paul Warner and family attended a birthday party in Britt Fttday evening, Feb. 1, in the home 6jf ; Rev. and Mrs E. V. Streed. Mrs Irene. Studer of, Algona spent the, weekend in Her home here. >' : . -. . Larry. CJr andgennet began work last week as T-V repair man at Hamittons. Mr and Mrs Grand- genne.t and sons moved recently frotn, fevington .to the Guy Pim- ond* farm. Mary Cruise, student nurse from Sioux City, spent the weekend at her parental Vincent Cruise hprne- : v HarodcJ Gunning and R. E. Wo|f clot Lahdeford, North Dakota t j|pent several days recently in , tJie Ole K. Flom and Mrs Anna Funnemark homes. Mr Gunning lives near the Harold Flams in North Dakota. Mr and Mrs Bill Studer ol Clarion 'were Monday dinner guests. of 'Mrs Viola Studer. They attended the Bill Bauer - Sally Nedved wedding, reception and dance at Duncan. Tommy Root was br ought home Monday from -St. Ann, Algona, where he had an appends^ fomy last week. L i Mr and Mrs Chafes Heinan and , f amjly attended the f wnera] pf his father' August Heinan Monday, M9 r ct» 4th,; jjf ? o'clock; at St. Cecelia's Catholic chujrpb at A^fiona- • Swoftay guests at the Rich Railing home were Mr and Mi's Ray Wermenf r and, family pf Bj-e4a. Tht women are sjsteVs. lir and Mi's Fr«4 T^amafs and two sjjns, spent the weekend at th§ pajfDta.1, T- L. Hanley home at Pf Ama/geno. Rejging, Paul fr, S| Cruise an^ Eugene attended. the |pwa state . Sjijto b,|$ketball at Amee y evening. John Pfeffei', student al. the Iowa .State pol- Jege, returned^ W^ley with, the boys and spent Sunday at his parental, Dr. L., L. Pfoffor home, The Amerioan Legion Auxiliary will uifict ftuu'iciay ivenini, March 1, ' : ' , Mr md ' Mrs Piil Sfcudor aud, ph|}dren; of CUovioa ware .gun.* day dinner guQSt* ttt the JG Studer home. Mi- and Mrs Studer were sp.orif.prs ;it the Pictured abort are offlc«ri 6f ih« Al&ons ACM boy* 4*H club, which will have its "headauarterf N'on 4-H Club Day here al Hutz* ell's, with a special 4-H display' «l that store. Those pictured are: front row, left to right, Oscar froehlich, secy-treas., and Kenny Arndorfer. recreation chairman. Rear row, left to right, Don Froehlich, president, and Wayne Arndorfer, reporter. Leader is Bob Mayer. A membership list of the Aces is given elsewhere in today's issue of the UDM. V baptism in St. Joseph's Catholic Church of Patrick Jay, born to Gayle Studers, Feb. 22. MrS Viola Studer was also a dinner guests at Gayle's. Several Sales Of Homes Made In Bancroft • Bancroft—Several people have purchased homes in Bancroft that were for sale. Mr and Mrs Frank ftaiier of Swea City purchased the Ed rSchiltz liome and moved th this week. Mr and Mrs Henry Strunc have -bbught the Anna Nurr* home and will move shortly, Alva" Kaluer of Burt pur- cTiased his mother's home at an Auction held Saturday. March 1 Mow V " Mr and Mrs" George Baas, Lyle, 'Joan, TJean and Daryl moved to ;?Whittemore this ,week where ithey rjav* purchased a farm. Lyle* and Joan ; atjended St. John's high School and the .twins were in'first grade here. - Mr tM I** Gerald rtrafner aftd famiy have moved to a totn touth of Burt owned by id Art 2imet iftd tnot»d Hi a farm north t vacated by Mr and Mrs Vie Youngwirth. Betty Menks, ^ean Ann •Rahe, Jan Clark and David Welp, all juniors at St. John's, presented th*ir spwethes for the D.Y.O. Mr and Mrs Roland Kollasch are tfie parents of a son born Tuesday at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Lyle Torine; ton of Mr and Mrs Perry Torifli, wte is stationed ttoth the Navt In Pearl Harbor is spending a thirty-day leave with his parents here. Mr and Mrs Richard Menke. and family and Mr and Mrs Al Lensing and family spent Sunday in Ames with Mr and Mrs Thomas Lending, Joyce and their new daughter, Lori Ann. Frank Hatten i| aj>atient Jn Mercy Hospital, at Fort Dodge where he underwent surgery Thursday for gland trouble. Walter Ditsworth is a patient at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Dodge for surgery on his back. Farewell Dinner To Honor Swea Pastor, Sunday Sw*a City -*. A farewell ner honoring Rev, arid Mr» Everett Beal will follow the Baptist morning service, Sunday, March 10. All members and friends o* the^hurch are invited to be present. A program will be giyan, dhd ,a time of Fellowship will be feSjoyed. The Rev. Beal will preach his farewell' sermon on 'Sunday, March 17 ,and will leave soon with his family for his new pas* ttrit* at C*rttrsville, tQ. •* I ft)ft tOttOOL BOARD Only lif ctndid&tes f6r school boiird ftosHians filed fttSffiiftetion papers briot to the deadlih^ preceding thi March 11 election, reports Mel Krumm ^ecrfttary of the Swea City Community School district. They ate Raljih Walker, it., and Oieftfi Cl*^ b%th of whom , are running to saccesd themselves. Both positions are for a 3-year term, World Cay ol Prayer will be observed Friday at the SWefl City Baptist church, at' 2 p.n>, at & joint meeting of the foir loclBl churches. Rev. M. M. BfoWtif, pastor of the Algona Ptesbyter- ian church, will be principal speaker. The Youth Fellowship will meet at 7 p.m. at the SWtea City Methodist church Sunday eve ning, March 10. The Grant Youth Fellowship group will bt ^TOTGrant Youth • FelloWsiiii) will have ft roller skate party at Armstrpng Monday evenmg? Tht Swea City young folks will be their guests. " ; r f r Mr and Mrs MaynaM Jensen and Mr and Mrs Joe Preston are on a vacation which includes a jaunt into Florida. They "expect to be gone about two we«s. The Rev, and Mrs S. Hammei- visited Sunday p.m. at the Don Grotwald home also with Mrs Gudrun Falok at Lake Mills. Friends of Mrs Bessie welcomed sNer to Swea City I recently with a coffee • par,ty* jat .her home. Guests included :• MM Lowell Larson and Bmctv-Misses Lucille Montgomery and Agnee Olson, Mrs Elmer Franks and her mother, Mrs Hilms Erickson and Mfs Everett Beal. . '* \ Franklin Clark of Boobe ha* been hired to fill the vacaany on the .Swea City school faculty, and came Tuesday of last Week to 4ake over the position held by Mrs Oliver y«8fref. Mr fa married »M tas fcur «^f He if staytftg at Ih* hoIKe of *nd Mrs Wrg. Lflt W. (J. teie&ner, *Wel officer itt the U. S. N*^ ffes concltldea a week'* visit ift tne hortsd of Ws sister aftd brother^ ih-law. Mp »«« Mrs *rt Collins, and t«turttM 4 \o Wf home at Saratoga, H. 1?. Mrs Martin Gabel, who has been aVA^ 0 ^ -\°^ ^^I f or her son DarrW ^irtee last De*., has returned ^dtne. DarroW, «rho was seriously injured in a- ear accident, is ftow awe to be about on crutches and Will care for fcimself at his apartment in Akron. Mr and Mrs Floyd omith and daughter Patricia drove to Fort Dodge Sunday to visit th8 SmiWi's brother-in-law, Walter Ditsworth of Bancroft, who underwent surgery for a slipped spinal disc earlier in the week. Mr Ditsworth will be hospitalized for some time. Mrs Leonard Swanson, who was convalescing at her home following surgery for gall bladder removal at Holy Family hospital, Estherville, was returned to the hospital Thursday due to a relapse. As of Saturday afternoon her condition was improving. Doctors diagnosed* her ailment as an infection of a liver duct. A one time Kossuth county educator, Mrs Edith Warner, died last Week at a Fort Dodge hos* pital of a heart ailment. Funeral and burial took place at Lehigh. The Warners at one time headed the Grant consolidated schools. . Greenwood 4-H Met The Greenwood Girls met at thei home of Gwen and Madeline Baker. The meeting was called to order«. by -, president, Karen Wilhelmi. .Madeline Baker, Karen Wilhelmi, Mary Kollasch, ^and Gwen Baker had talks and demonstrations. \ PRICK FQP MCH 8-91* «IMNTITY RI«HTS I ^ FRESH-ICE PACKED FRYERS 100 Ib. 50Lb. bag 10Lb f bag 2-Lb. Aver. Each CAN U. 8. GOOD BEEF POT ROASTS .... .IB. PEANUT CHEESE LEAN RIB STEAKS ROUND STEAK ib. 65c Lb . 49c ayiipv TEXAS FRUIT BEEF HEARTS 2 ,,390 ,.,5lbs.59c tANOWlCH _ Of TUN ONIONS .; 3 cow FUOUR • »

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