The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 28, 1957 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 28, 1957
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WHO IS IT ? IS IT YOU ? YOUR PICTURE HERE IS WORTH $2.00 IN TRADE IfjEHTIFY YOURSELF AT ALCSGNA tff»PEfl DES M01NES OFFICE Worth $2.00 At CHRISTENSEN'S Worth $2.00 At HUB CLOTHIERS Worth $2.00 At KIRK'S IN0E5 - AND RECEIVE YOUR FREE MERCHANDISE CERTIFICATE I Shower Honors Bride-To-Be At Lone Rock Lone Rock — Doris Jean Mortensen of Fenton was honored at a pre-nuptial shower Wednesday evening, March 20th, at the Lone> Rock Presbyterian church. Mrs Hildreth Pettit of Whittemore poured. The following program was presented by Mrs Evelyn Earing. Nancy Fischer sang a solo, accompanied by Mrs W. G. Flaig A skit "Wedding at Midnight" was presented by the following girls: Carol Householder, Wanda Schrader, Mary Ann Dittmer, Le- Elna Schmidt, Darlene Long and Janice Zumach. A "name that SPRING TONIC for Your LAWN First. Time On Market NORTHRUP-KING 'Triple-Tonic' For Lawns . > DOES ALL THREE I tune' game was played and th« prize went to Mrs Joe Culbert* son, with Mrs W. O. Flaig at the piano. Nancy Fischer won prize for a Word game. the After the program the bride- to-be opened her many gifts assisted by Carol Householder and Mrs Delond Bolte of Fenton. Mrs Dennis Priebe.had charge of the guest book and Mrs Bernard Miller and Mrs Dennis Priebe assisted with the gifts. Lunch was served to about 60 guests by the following hostesses- Mesdames Evelyn Earing, Harlan Blanchard, Ralph Reidel, Wm. Householder, Hildreth Pettit, Woodi-ow Pettit, Frank Flaig, W. G. Flaig, Mary Hanna, Bernard Flaig, Robert Miller, Emma : 1, 2. 3. KILLS BROAD- LEAVED WEEDS DESTROYS ALL LAWN INSECTS FERTILIZES YOUR LAWN ' 2S-LB. BAG Covers 2500 Sq. Ft. $2.95 KOHLHAAS HARDWARE Hurlburt, George B. Long, John Dixion, Rose Kraft, Clarence Kraft, Leo Ramus, Fred Genrich, E. M. Jensen, Dennis Priebe, Jack Quinn, Lloyd Hutchinson, Miss Georgia Marlow and Miss Norma Bierle. Circle Meetings Mrs Clarence Martin and Mrs E. M. Jensen were hostesses to the Lu circle on Thursday afternoon. Guests were Mrs Don Blanchard, Mrs Charles Staudt, Mrs Lawrence Pingcl and Mrs Erich Seegebarth. Mrs Jesse Blanchard Jr. had charge of the program. Mrs Roger . Jensen and Mrs Frank Flaig entertained the Maxine circle at the Jensen home. Miss Florence Yager was a guest. Lesson was given by Mrs Milton Madison. ' Mrs Dennis Priebe and Mrs Eldon Marlow entertained the Mildred circle at the •> Priebe home. Plans were made to serve the family night service at the church Sunday. Mrs Emma Hurlburt had charge of the lesson. At Stale Tourney Students, who attended the state basketball tournament at Des Moines Friday and Saturday were Alfred Schadendorf Jr., Dick" Bierle, Garry Marlow, David Dreyer, Craig Blanchard, Larry Ramus, Jerry Newbrough and Darryl Long. Mrs Staudt and Mrs Condra accompanied them. Mrs Frank Dreyer entertained the girls of the second grade Friday afternoon and Mrs Donald Blanchard in honor of Janie's 8th birthday. Dinner guests there Sunday were Mr and Mrs Henry Tieman of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Jack Tieman and Terry of Burt and Mr and Mrs Art Tietz of Lakota. Mr and Mrs Darryl Dreyer of Fenton called there in the evening. Angus Cotton left by plane from Mason City, Sunday, for Take off the Blindfold before you buy that diamond We take our diamond-judging seriously...because only through knowledge can we positively assure you of full value with your diamond purchase, Other jewelers have awarded us the title of Registered Jeweler, American Gem Society for our gemological knowledge. And, here in our store we use the most advanced gem-judging Instruments known. All this so we can honestly say to you "This is your best diamond buy for the money you have to spend!' Regtshwd Jwekr ~ American Gem Society AIGONAJQWA Florida for a week's visit and will accompany N. L. Cotton home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Reidel, Mrs Herb Underwood and family of Sioux City called on Mrs Margaret Householder Saturday. Mr and Mrs Art Geitzenauer of Lincoln, Neb., Mrs Norman Finnestead, Mrs Delbert Geitzenauer of Fenton were coffee guests Friday afternoon of Mrs Lawrence Geitzenauer. Sunday a family dinner was held at the John Geitzenauer home in Fen 1 ton in honor of the Art Geitzeh^ auers. Attending were the Art Geitzenauers, Ed George family of Estherville, Lawrence Geitzenf auer family of Lone Rock, Norman Finnestad family, Delbert Geitzenauer family of Fenton.' ; Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine at' tended a meeting in Storm Lake, Friday. Mr and Mrs H. K. Drown and Mrs Myrtle Seymour of Des Moines spent Saturday at the Jesse Blanchard Jr. home. They are Mrs Blanchard's parents and her aunt. Mr and Mrs Carl Peter and family and Miss Jerry Weishaar were guests Sunday evening at the Art Zumach home. Mr and -Mrs Melvin Kueck and Cynthia of Des Moines spent the weekend at the Henry Kueck home. Sunday the Kuecks attended the Lutheran church in LuV.erne where Melvin Kueck was a sponsor for the Donald Miller baby. Mr and Mrs Henry Kueck spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Miller home. Saturday evening the Henry Kuecks attended a birthday party in Whittemore for Art Heidenwith. Mr and Mrs Rehnie Wetzel and family spent Sunday afternoon with the Edwin Wichtendahl family. Mr and Mrs John Behrends called Thursday evenirig on the Lawrence Johannasons and Friday Henry Schroeder of Esther- viUe was a dinner guest there. Mr and Mrs Chet Alme and Shirley of Ottosen were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs Maude Blanchard. Fred Genrich returned home from the hospital Sunday aften noon. Callers Sunday evening were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and family, Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley of Fenton. John Ramus returned home Saturday afternoon from St. Ann hospital. Mrs G. A. Thompson of West Des Moines spent overnite Friday with Mrs Ruth Krueger. Jeffery Alan, son of Mr and Mrs Blaine Saxton, was baptized, Sunday at the Lone Rock Presbyterian church with Rev. C. E. Nordine officiating. . Dinner guests at the Saxton home in honor of the occasion were Mrs Mary C. Hanson of Fenton, Mrs Florence Schrader, Wanda and LeRoy. Ronald Christenson, Alf Krueger and Kermit delivered a load of furniture Saturday to Belgrade, Minn, the future home of the Christenson family. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey visited their daughter Diane on Sunday. She is a patient at the Fairmont, hospital having had an appendectomy on Saturday. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus entertained a birthday party Sunday evening for Judy's 4th birthday and also the birthday of her aunt, Mrs Harold Angus of Burt. Guests were Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and Toni of Burt, Mr and Mrs Claude Whitehill Sr. of Algona. Mrs Emil Person visited at Swea City from Friday till Sunday with the Carlos Engelby family. Sunday Mr Person, Patty and John were also dinner guests there. They all returned home that evening. Mr and Mrs Roger Long called on the Junior Hurlburts Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Ray Kramer and family of Minneapolis spent from Friday till Sunday afternoon at the parental Herman Kramer home. Mr and Mrs Ralph Bierstedt visited Saturday at Rock Rapids. Mr and Mrs Sieb Behrends spent the weekend at Carroll, Iowa, at the Donald Bierstedt home. Mrs Bert Marlow and Harvey were Sunday dinner guests at the Milton Marlow home. Dr. and Mrs W. W. Jolley and Judy of Fenton were Thursday evening dinner guests at the Dale Schroeder home. Sunday evening the Schroeder family visited the Albert Shasers. Mrs Louise Godden of Forest City visited Sunday afternoon at the P. M. Christenson home. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Richard? were guests of the M- O. Richards for dinner Surtday. Eddie Richr ards is recuperating from the measles. Marjorie Houck arrived home from Iowa State Wednesday an<| with her girl friend Mary Beth Geissel of Kansas City visited left by train .for Kansas City for a visit before returning to" I6wa ' State. Mr and called on trie Junior tturlburt Alfred Schaden* dorfs Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell and Joan called Sunday afternoon on the Mil f red Mitchells. Mr and Mrs Wm. Faulstich and daughter of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Edwin Marlow were guests Sunday evening at the Fred Schmidt home visiting* with the* Dahljord Schhiidt family. « Mr and Mrs Roy Jensen, Adolph Dietrieh, Former Whittemore Resident, Dies M. Jenlen, Mr atfd Long,,MMr and Mr* ,:nnd Mrs E. Mrs James Ralph Thompson7 f Mr and Mfi Andrew Thomsenj Sir and Mf9 A. A. Krueger, Mr and Mrs Dave Weber, Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and Mr and Mrs Jack' Quinn were f uests Sunday evening at the rich Seegebarth home for a 500 party. Prizes went to Mrs Roy Jensen and Mr Ralph Thompson, high, low to Mrs E. M. Jensen and James Long, travel to Jack Quinn. P. M. Christenson spent Thurs day afternoon with W. C. Hei ter. Mrs Robert Hanna and Jean ette spent overnite Wednesday in Sioux City with Miss Myrtld Hanna. Mrs G. A. Sharp and son Russell called on Mrs Amanda Pettit Thursday afternoon. Mrs Ida Hurlburt, Glidden, Iowa and daughter, Mrs Lila Brarrey of Waterloo spent over- nite Tuesday with Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mr and Mrs C. J. Stauder of Bancroft called at the Lawrence Geitzenauer home Thursday afternoon. They and Mrs Geitzenauer visited Mr and Mrs John Geitzenauer .at Fenton. has recently John been Geitzenauer ill. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and family, Kermit Krueger, Mr and Mrs Richard Behrends and family visited Sunday and were supper guests in Osage at the Leslie Johnson residence. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and family spent Sunday afternoon and evening in Fenton at the Marold Schlei home. Mrs Andrew Thomsen Visited in Mason City with her sister and family the G. H. Dotys from Thursday till Sunday. On Sunday /Mr Thomsen came after her and was also a dinner guest there, they returned home in tha evening. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrod, Cheryl and Terry, Mr and Mrs Arnold Kuecker and daughters, Mrs Fred Kuecker of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Clarence Osborn and Jess Newel of Fenton were Sunday dinner guests at the home pf.Freelove Weisbrod. Mr and Mrs Paul Bernard called on Mrs Alice Bierle Sunday afternoon. \ Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Bierstedt were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Howard Bierstedt and family. In the evening the Howard Bierstedts visited in Fenton at the Franklin Mueller home. Mrs Bierstedt and Mrs Mueller attended the Mortensen and Householder wedding. Mr and Mrs Ed Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Delbert Blanchard and son of Nevada, la. were Saturday supper guests at the A. D. Newbrough home. Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs A. D. Newbrough visited in Humboldt with Corie and Julia Terwilliger. What«m6**-«.F«neral services for Adolph Dietrich, 86, were held Sunday afternoon in St. Paul's Lutheran church in Emmetsburg. Pallbearers were his si* grandsons, Herbert Walz, James, Thomas and Roger Dietrich. Eugene Walker and Darren Schumacher. Burial was at the £vergreen cemetery in fimfhetsbui-g. Mr Dietrich was born in Poland. In 1905 he migrated to the United States with his family and settled oh a farm in this vicinity. He Was a devout member of St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore for over 25 years and later bought a farm in Palo Alto county how occup* ied by his sons Qus and Arthur. When he retired from thtj farm he moved to EmmetSbUrg, where he died last Thursday afternoon from a lingering illness. He leaves his wife, four sons, Gus and Arthur of Rodman, John of Laufens and Irwin of Grand Meadow, Minn., three daughters, Mrs Ralph Walker of Whittemore, Mrs Frieda Lund of Laurens and -Mrs Robert Peters of SioB* Falls, So. Dak., two brothers-Charles teast of here on'the Francis Crotty farm and Herman' of Hastings,- Neb. One sister,; Mrs Fred Buechle of Rolfe, also survives/ { Mr and: Mrs Bud Freden and son of AlgOna were Sunda# visitors at the'parental home of Mr and Mrs Simon Weber in Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck Sr. and family visited with Mr and Mrs Edwin Lleb in Lotts Creek, Sunday evening. Mrs Forrest Gilmore visited at 'the home of her sister, Mr and Mrs Duane Wallukait in Humboldt, Tuesday afternoon of last week. Mrs Alfred Bruhn and Mrs Richard Preston and family of Cylinder visited at the home of the former's mother, Mrs Mathilda Meyer in Whittemore Tuesday evening of last week. Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt, Mr and Mrs Gerald Ollom and Rosella ' Voigt of Algona spent Sunday afternoon at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs Edwin Schumacher and daughter of Algona brought the former's mother, Mrs Frank Schumacher, home over Sunday. The latter is taking care of the dome of Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick home and* the children. Mr and Mrs Kenefick are vacation- ng for a month in Mexico and the southern states. Mrs Forest Gilmore, accompan- ied by her mother, Mrs Dora Faulstich, and sister-in-law, Mrs William Faulstich, were in Mason City Thursday, where they consulted an eye specialist. Milton Espe was released from St. Ann hospital ,in Algona, Friday following surgery there last week Monday. Ralph Sebers and Roland Hedin arrived here Thursday night from Aurora, 111., to spend the weekend. They returned to Aurora, Sunday afternoon. Mrs Mathilda Meyer entered Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, Friday, for observation. Mr and Mrs Delbert Wichtendahl and son Vernon and Miss Agnes Schipporeit were last week Wednesday evening visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith. Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Hurlburt in Tort Dodge, Sunday afternoon. In a deal made last week Russell Harris bought the Merlyn Wegener home in the west part of town on Highlawn Addition, and will take possession in the near future. The Wegeners left here last fall for Spencer, whero Mr Wegener is employed. Wayne Bell is the new man employed at the Fullerton Lumber Yard, to fill the vacancy left by Raymond Kollasch who sold his home here and moved to his father's farm. Mr and Mrs Frank Kollasch recently retired from their farm and moved to thei: home in Whittemore. Mr and Mrs Ross Vaux of"Wes. Bend were Wednesday evening dinner guests at the home o their son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heiden with. Selma Wichtendahl was re cently employed at the Cozy Inn Cafe and will be the new waitress there. She is the da'u ghter of Mr and Mrs George Wichtendahl. Mrs Donald Hurlburt of For Dodge, i while enroute from Emmetsburg where she had visited with her parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Maahs, visited here Saturday afternoon. Eugene Walker, son of Mr and Mrs Ralph Walker, was transferred to Blue Earth, Minn. where he is employed with the railroad. Mrs Bud Ferden of Algona and Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber of here helped their parents, Mr and Mrs Simon Weber paper Monday. Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. and Mr and Mrs Herman Behnke and daughters were Friday evening visitors at the home of Mr Thursday, March 28, If §7 Algona (la.) Upp«r DM Matftt»>»i Baptist Mission Conference To Open March 31 The annual missionary confer ence of the First Baptist church rjere will get underway Sunday, Mar. 31, and will continue for eight days. Rev. A. G. .Thiessen will direct the conference, assisted by four missionaries, including Rev. Thomas Brown and Rev. Harry Harling from Nigeria, and the Misses Jerry Nelson and Mildred Synnes from Ethiopia. One of the features of the conference will be the showing of African curios, snakeskins, costumes worn by natives, etc., and sound color movies, to be exhibited each evening at 8 p.m. A missionary will serve in each department of the Sunday school and there will be a simfls^ setup for the youth fellowship and adult groups both Sunday evenings at 7 p.m. Rev. Thiessen and Rev. Harling will deliver the morning messages 'the opening and closing Sunday, while Rev. Brown and Rev. Thiessen will deliver the evening messages the same days. There will be a panel discussion each morning, Tuesday through Friday, at 10 a.m., and services will be conducted each evening during the week at 8 pun. The public is inviti4 to at- featured in your favorite +4J... featured at • Christensen's ALGONA'S STYLE CENTER here till Sunday ajj<J the girls tend the sessions The light, lovely underline for freedom and fashion, "Skippies" Because you want a neat, trim figure . . , because you want A free and easy feeling . . . you'll want "Skippies". No weight, no bulk, no bind . . . just gentle elastic that controls with wonderful comforr, ''Skippie*" Pantie No. 843 is made of long wearing pylon elastic net, with slimming paneU frpn! and back. 2H inch i White. S.M-L. (Also gs girdle No. 943), Ex. L. $7.9$ l" Pra No. 551. Reinforced scallop design caresses, holds, molds you front and ft O50 <• forward . . . give* natural bustline beauty /. With Support from the &K/M, While to 38G, and Mrs Alvin Meyer, In honor of their daughter Elaine on her first birthday. Sunday dinner guests at the Meyer home were Mr and Mrs Leo Kinnitz and family of Osgood, Mr and Mrs Leo Kinnitz Jr. and family of Emmetsburg, Mr and Mrs Leonard Kinnitz and son David of Graettinger and Mr and Mrs Ernest Meyer and family of here. Mr and Mrs Albert Meyer and daughters of Lotts Creek were evening callers. A number of relatives of Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck Sr. gathered at the Lauck home Tuesday evening, March 19, to help M? Lauck celebrate his birthday. Present were Mr and Mrs Walter Struecker and family ef West Bend, Mr and Mrs EfwJft Struecker of Roaman; Mr flttd Mrs Dale Mains and family, Mr and Mrs Richard Struecker and family of Algona; Mr and Mrs William Meyer Jr. find family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Robert Fuerstanau and family of Lett's Creek and Miss Alice Buenger of West Bend. Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr. were dinner guests. Mr and Mrs Henry Lauck Sr. and family visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Roy Beunger in West Bend Sunday afternoon. 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