The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 14, 1957 · Page 43
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 14, 1957
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March 14, 1»S7 Algona Pastor To Speak At Tifonka P.T.A. :' Tiionki — The Monthly meet- mg Of the P.f.A. association wifl be held at the Titonka School house with Rev. O. Leonard Nelson of Algona beihg .the-gues- speaker, Phillip Faaborg, Tf- tonka's school band mstructoi will have his members of the schools dance Band give a fev, selections also. '- Supt. and Mrs W. P. Truesceli and Principal and Mrs Sylvan Triiesse will act &s chairmen of the lunch committee with Ma and Mrs Clarence Cannady, Mr and Mrs Meal Michaelson, Mr and Mrs Herbert Ne'son, .Mr and Mrs Arthur Rike, Mr and Mrf Harold Rood, Mr and Mr.s Everett Sleper, Mr and Mrs Raymond Spear and Mr and Mrs Telkr Sleeker assisting. At Stale Meet :• Thirteen girls of Titonka High School and their chaperones and drivers returned Sunday aftei two days at Des Moines where i daughters. Mr and Mrs Paul Thaeker and boys of Rock Rapids spent Sat' umay evening ana Suriaay at ine nome of Mrs whacker's mother, Mrs Anna Alke. bunday tor dinner they and, Mr ana ivirj Gerald, RaaUJ, Mr and Airs Louis Seegebartn and family of L,one Rock and Mr" and ivirs George Aike and Janice, Mt and {wrs iSe'ai Michaeison ana famiiy ana Mr ana Mrs John AJke of Dakota were all present at trie, home ol Mr and Mrs Bud Alke ana fam Oy.» Merlin Isebrand of Chicago, 111 stopped over- rtight at the homt of his parents, Mr and Mrs Sentu Isebrand Thursday evening. ,fle was returning from a business trip that took him to St: I J au. Minn. Keith Van Hove accompanies, by Merlin.Van Hove a cousin aind also of Titonka drove to Forl Sill, Okla. to visit with Keith's i ""L-e was sponsor ana nost to tne Algona' Boys' 4-H Ciub wiih brother Henry Carrol] Van Hove officers pictured above. Robert Mayer and Verl Patterson are club who is stationed with the armj readers; Richard Meier, president; Don Froehlich, 'vice-president' there. They expected to be gont Oscar Froehlich, secy-treas.; Wayne Arndorfer, reporter. This was a week. one of more than forty-five Kossuth County 4-H Clubs feted at thp »»_ —j »»_. ™,_,-.. .,,,. . i annual day held in Algona Al last Saturday's 4-H Club Day observance here, Aldona' Produce was sponsor and host to the Algona Boys'4-H Ciub with f\fftt*f\*trv M4n4»«M«J «t._.._ t~l _t * HIT . . * - J . *'— i : - . - *<•****» " 4l>li they attended the state basketball games. Those attending were . Darlene Callies, Trudy Bess, Dawn and Donna Beenken, Marilyn Welhousen, G a r 1 e n e Gray, Gayle Sleper, Betty Hatten, Myrna Norland, Virginia Swan, Diane Krominga, Be Tjaden and Fay Ann Smidt wit their coach Lyle Opheim an wife Nancy and Mr and Mr Darrell Bess and Mr and Mr Carl F. Callies. Mr and Mrs Fred Hoffman are parents of a baby son who weighed in at over 7 Ibs and has been named Larry Ernest. He was born at the Buffalo Center hospital March 9. The new mother is the former Sharen Schutjer. Joins Bolsford Yard Art Bartlett has accepted the job as assistant at the Botsford Lumber Co. . and began his duties Monday, r MJ- v :and MK Bartlett have been operating the Bartlett Cafe in Titonka. 'The Heart fund drive came to a successful end with a total ol $165.0Q,,^llected*4nr $H6.4i--was collected from house to house, $45.09 from school,'-and $3.50 in t the plastic hearts. Bea Garrett and, Lillian Honk^j, were chairmen and co-chairman for the .town of Titonka with Mrs Doris Miller being district chairmar in North Kossuth. ' Mrs Fern Boekelman will be hostess for the Titonka Federatea Club which will meet March 14 The lesson . on "China" will be given by Ann Schwerin. At the last meeting Mrs Mildred Cosgrove was voted in as secretary 'taking the place of Mrs Dorothy Nothwehr who resigned and moved to Albert Lea. . Loren Hans was appointed as a councilman to the Town Council at their regular monthly meeting Tuesday, March 5. This appointment is to fill the un- expired term of Wm. Nothwehi who has resigned and moved to Albert Lea. Mrs Magdolene Blcich of Britt was a Sunday visitor at the home of Dr. and Mrs Pierre Sartor, hei parents. Mrs Bleich has recently sold her grocery store in Britt and she and her son have moved into an apartment there. Mr and Mrs R. L. Krantz were dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs William Amsbury Sunday. Mr and Mrs Cletus Zweifol art the parents of a baby son born at St. Ann hospital, March 5. They are also the parents of two a week Mr and Mrs Eldon Attig at tended the silver wedding an niversary of Mr and Mrs Clarence Weiland of Britt which was held at the First Lutheran Church there Sunday. Mr and Mrs Donald Norland are the parents of a baby son jorn March 6 at the Buffalo Center hospital. A large crowd attended an oyster stew held at the Legion hall by .members of the Gun Club Thursday evening. The evening was spent socially. Mr and Mrs Virgil Miller and grandson Johnny Neilson of Albert Lea were Tuesday afternoon and evening visitors at the horm of Elmer Weigends, George SachaU's and Gordon Swans. Mrs Miller attended the Lutheran Ladies aid in the afternoon. Mr ancj Mrs George Alke and Janice and Rev. and Mrs B. H; Schwerin drove to Mineola Monday where they visited at the home of Rev. and Mrs Alton Swandt and family and to see the new church that was recently dedicated there. Mrs Swand' is. the former Mary Alke, daughter of Mrs Anna Alke of Titonka. .Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer were Sunday visitors at the home 01 Mr and Mrs Nick Heesch. Why you should Start 'em with STOHEMO GRANITE GRIT Farewell Honor, Dinner For S-City Pastor Swea City — A lajge number attended the farewell fellowship dinner and program in honor ol the Key. and Mrs; Everett Beal, Sunday. The dinner followed the morning service, and was served in Guild Hail. During the afternoon a program was given in the church auditorium, with Miss Lucille Montgomery, mistress o< ceremonies. Elmer Frank, represented the Brotherhood with a talk and Mrs Glen Clark represented t h t Ladies Guild and RQV. S. Hammer spoke in behalf of the ministerial association. Gifts for the Beal family were presented by the Church, the Ladies Guild and the Sunday School. The Rev. Beal will preach his farewell sermon March 17, and will leave the following week for his new pastorate ai Carterville, 111. . Lone Rock Has DelegaiionAt State Tourney Lone Rock ,- Miss Kathryn Kischer accompanied the following girls to Des Moines over the weekend where they attended the state basketball tournament Virginia Baker, Charlene Collins Bonnie Baker, Janice Bfersted •Cay' Geitzenauer, Karin Kueck Warlyn Rath, Carol Householder Darlene Long, Sandra Marlow LeElna Schmidt, Wanda Schra der, Donna Blanchard, MaDonn; Marlow and Phyllis O'Donnell. Seventh Birthday Mr and Mrs Louie Berninghau. entertained the following girl; Sunday afternoon in honor of tht 7th birthday of their daughter Karin, Jean and Marlys Wichtendahl, Paulette Peter; Lind; Kruse, Diane Lembert, Rit; Luedtke, Jeanette Ruhnke, Judy and Betty Walters and Linda Erickson., 1 to give them "TEETH" to develop healthy GIZZARDS to build strong DIGESTIVE SYSTEMS Jim Gardner, son, of Mr and VIrs Clarence Gardner, Swea City, has been elected president of the men's governing body, the Men's Union of Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, for next year. A fruit and vegetable shower will be held in connection with he Lutheran Mission Aid, fov he new pastor and his wife, tne Rev. and Mrs LeRoy Pillrnan, Thursday, March 14. The Rev Pillman will preach his first ssr- non March 24. The Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer and Mesdames Lynn Pulvf-r George K. Nt-lson and E. L. Hansen attended the funeral of Mr= James Zufall of Bradford, Iowa at Elmore, Minn. Monday after, noon. Mrs Zufall was a sister o 1 Mrs Re-mi Hagiund and Mrs Vim. Hajdund. The Goodwill truck will be ir Swea City Monday, March la. The 4th quarterly conferen-', for the Grant and Sv/ta Citv Methodist churches will bt> helt : at the Swea City Melhodi.,i church Monday night at < o'clock. The Rev. L. p reu l Algona, will preside fvery day yoyr ehickj grow rhey must process more and more feed—' 10 keep their gizzards grinding. We sell STONEMO-tfie grit with the extra grinding surfaces — to do this job. Order STQNEMQ w i»h your next lot of feed. As Advertised In Farm & Home Section CLOVERLEAF HATCHERY To Observe 40th Anniversary Tiionka — Mr and Mrs Con-ad ochmidt of Titonka will b" lion, ored Sunday, March 17, with a,' open house at their home in observance of their 40th weddin<> anniversary. Hosts and hostess," tor the occasion will be the family of the honored couple. Hour- )t the open house are from 2 t, 4 p.m. and all relatives ano U-iends are cordially invited to share in the observance WHAT IS IT? ••Mrs Ernest Foylu i.; pux/led about the specie of a blossom atop a 24-inch stern, which burst j u u ,! 1 colljr ^'t-'ntly from a dry bulb, with no water or soil T! 1 ? P'ossom is about 18 inches in-height. Luncheon Honors 'Mrs Ronald Christenson entertained at dessert luncheon Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mi- Leonard Gustafson of Thompson, la. who was here visiting at the Christenson home. Those attending were Mesdames tfesse Blanchard Jr., W. G. Flaig,'Roy Merchant, L.. V, Johnson,. Rogei; Jensen, Milton Madison, Erich Seegfbarth, E. A. Lee and A. A. Krueger. ( Honor Board Mamber Mr and Mr.s L. V. Johnson entertained a party Friday evening honoring Whl Christenson who is retiring from the creamery boarc after serving 12 years. Attend ing were Mr and Mn; Milton Madison, Mr and Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom, Mr and M'rs Ray Hreyer, Mr and Mrs Richard Behrends, Mr and Mrs Jack Nyman, Mr and Mrs John iNyrnun, and Bob Schmidt. At Prssbylerial Rev. C. E. Nordino attendea Presbyterial at Fort Dodge Monday. Friday evening Rev. and Mrs Nordino. and family, Rev and Mrs Schmidt of Burt, Rev. and Mr.s Kruse and family of Lakota. attended a co-operative supper at the Kev. Bnnver home- in Algona. P.V/.O. Mesting Lone Rock KV/.O. met Thursday in the church parlors with Mesdames Fred Ck-nrich, Win Knoll, Ed Blanchard, A. L. Cotton, Robert Fortney and Delmai Fischer, hostess. Mrs Ronald Chri ; ;ter;;o;i read several letters. Mrs Clair Bollingtr has charge of tne lesson. Lunch was served to 24 members and three guests SIXTIETH Mi- and Mrs Beit Puphain ol English have been IIKJI-- ned'-JW years, observing-, thoir anniversary "in.' February • • J \ . Mrs E. M. Jensen returnee, home Thursday after visiting a' Musicatine, Iowa with Mr ana Mrs Stanley Howe and Mr and Mrs Win Mull. Mrs Mayme Schrader and son Clayton of Hurt'.-d Wednf ••.day evening with Mr., Flon-nti Schradcr arid family. Mrs Sc-lmar Arcgu.. a.-ri fjirl.; c. : Burl visited Saturday afternoon •»t t:,c horn,; ( ,i Mr, Huli Kruogt-r. Sunday dinner gu'.-.-a.- '•*, Mi- Kiui.-g.-.-r were Mr and Mr; liirairi Ackernrin and Ijijtily o: Hurt and Mis Louise Trunkhiii Supper guc.-t.-i v/i-ri: Mr ,-,nd Mr George H. Loirj and l';;rnilv. Mr and Mrs Uo^er LO.-KJ i-.n t(-!'t;i!ned ;:t f;v-.- hundred Fi:d;;> evening, Mr and Mr.; fJen;.- liian- chard, Mr an-i Mr-; Fiitx New brough, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder, Mr and Mr; Junior Hurlburt. Mr and Mrs Jar-k Gerhart. Mr and Mrs Jam-.-.-, Mari-i'.v, M: nd Mrs Victor D:cyer, Mr tnti Mrs Dennis Priobe. * Mr and Mrs Lawi-fnre Gei tx.enauer and Mr ;jnd Mrs Dei- her! Geitzenauer of Fi nton' at tended a pinocli.'u party ' a' Estherville, Sunday ey.nin:;, at the Ed Gf-orge hon'i•>. Mrs Claude- Seeli-v of Algon. ! visited Monday afternoon with Mr.s Everett Haima. Saturday evening, Mr and Mrs Howard Seeley also of Algona visited there. Sunday afternoon UK Ffannas visited at the Kyle Keith home at Algona. Mr and Mrs Lcsli'; Johnson Sue Ann and Mark were .supp-; gu« Sunday at Shcrburn, Mum. at the Walter Smith home -Mr and Alia KLX Dovvnijia of Marshalltown and Mrs Will Berninghaus of Whittemore visited Sunday morning at the Louie Berninghaus home. In the artar- noon Mr and Mrs Bill Decker visited there. Mr and Mrs Charles Morris entertained for dinner and supper Sunday, Mr and ' Mrs Jack Johnson and family of Gowrie, Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson, and Will Christenson. Mr and Mrs . Eclwara B!an chard, Mr and Mrs, Gene Blanchard and family, spent over nit c Saturday at Nevada, Iowa at the Delbert Blanchard' home. They all returned home Sunday evening. Mrs,Frank Flaig spent Friday at Lotts Creek at the home of Mrs EUlan Schuller. Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard, Craig and Susan visited Sunday at Swea City at the Elmer Frank residence. Harlan Blanchard, Mrs Wood-' row Pettit and Mrs Ralph Reidel of Ringsted left for Cedar Rapids on Thursday, and Friday Mrs Glenn Householder and Mrs Harlan went to Ce'dar Rapids where they all attended the funeral of J. T. McGowan returning home Friday evening. Mr and Mrs .Ralph Biersted! spent overnite Sunday at Nevadr; at the Joe Bierle home and Monday morning 'met Mrs Alice Bierle who arrived at Perry from Los Angeles.' Mrs Bierle has been visiting the past five months in California. Mr and Mrs Herman Kramer were Sunday dinner guests at he home of her brother at Humboldt. Sergeant and Mrs Dick Ed- and son Rickie spent wn. Weekend at the Roger Jensen hdme. Saturday evening MJ» ana Mrs R. J-. (Edwards, Sandstone, Minn. Mr and Mrs R6y Jensen and Jamey were callers -there. Mr arm Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Cheryl and Terry called bunuaj aiternoon ahd were s u p p o i guests at tiie Clarence kraf t home. : ivus Rose Kraft attended the shower Sunaay afternoon in Whittemore for , Shirley Holdren. Mrs Uwdri Berhow attended ai. extension feouncil in Algona, Tuesday. In the evening tne Berhows visited the (Jarioi geibys at Swea City. > Satuf aay Mr and Mrs Owen Bernow dttenaed tne funeral of Mrs wet- ,ie banders in iSlm'ore. Mr and; Mrs v Arden Hovey ant Tonn were dinner guesis sunu^o at .the Clarence Hovey residence 1 at Armstrong. Saturday evening ne Jess Vbienhnes called at the riovey home. Mr and Mrs Walter Thompson were supper guests Tuesday evening in Armstrong at tne Jens viauison residence. Sunday fternoon and evening Mrs 'hompson's sister and family the Leo Sankeys of Britt, visited iere. Ivi'r and Mrs Erich Seegebartii ntertained a five hundred party alurday evening. 'Guests were Mr and Mrs C. L. Martin, Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee, Mr and Mrs R. ,W. Christenson, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Klepper, Mr and Mrs Jesse Blanchard, Mr and Mrs K. W. Jackson; Mr and Mrs G. J. Gochenour. Mrs Amanda Pettit, Evelyn Earing, Bernard Pettit, Alton Pettit spent Sunday evening at the Robert Hanna home. Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt and family visited the Ear Luffkins at Cylinder Friday evening. Mr and Mrs Darryll Dreyer and family of Fenton called at th? Howard Bierstedt home Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Raymond Bierle and family visited Friday eve ning with the Allwyn Lock- woods. Saturday evening they called her parents, the Guy Harmons at Whittemore. SENECA NEWS \ U - - '-' Mr Ma, Mrs ftaymdhd fief- gunt are, parents Of a baby boy born Monday morning; March 4 at the Holy, Family hospital at Estherville', ^ fhe'Bergunis nov, have a family of three sons, Mr and Mrs Harold CJronhovd attended funeral services fot Joan Christenssen, little daughter of Mr and Mrs Gordon'Christen- yen, which were, held at the Scarville Lutheran church lasv Saturday afternoon. The Christ- ehsons live at Graf ton, la, where Mr Ghrlstenson is supti 61 schools. . ,. , Mr and 'Mrs Alfred Petersen and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the Johnny Woodbeck home at Fort Dodge. The occasion was a. birthday anniversary. Sunday afternoon callers at th< Mrs P. H. Petersen home included the August Hansons of Ringsted. ' The Seneca girls basketball teams and tKeir coach Harold Grorthovd and Mrs' Gronnovc! Sunday evening callers at the Frank Dreyer home were Mr and Mrs Duane 'Dreyer and Jackie, Mr and Mrs Ray Sea- wick and Debbie of Algona. Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough visited in Minnesota Sunday afternoon with her sister and family the J. A. Wells. The Lone Rock Lively Rockets met Thursday, March 7, at the home of LaVonne Thompson. Demonstrations were given by Jeanette Hanna and Susan Montgomery, and talks by Jo Ann McCleish and Dawn Schultz Mothers attending were Mrs E. A. Lee and Mrs Ronald Christen-* son and Mrs James Elsbecker of Bancroft was a guest. 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