The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 18, 1957 · Page 13
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r Lumber Firm At Lone Rock Host To 350 Left* RMAt ~ The Blaiu&fttfl Lumber and Hardware Company at Lone Rock enjoyed a very successful open house on April 10 celebrating their 50th year of business in Lone ftock. there were approximately 350 who attended and were entertained throughout the day by a Pueblo Indian. There were several people from surrounding communities who won prizes at a drawing In the ftfternoon. P.W.O. Circle P.W.O. circle will meet this Week Thursday, April 18th at th3 following homes: Maxine with Mrs Delmar Fischer and Mrs Harlan Blanchard co-hostess, program by Mrs W. J. Cotton; Mildred with Mrs Wm. Knoll and Mrs Clair Bellinger assisting, program by Mrs David Beck St.: Lu with Mrs Herman Kramer and Mrs Ray Black co-hostess, program by Mrs Clarence Kraft. Fenlon Homemakerg Fenton Township homemakers club monthly meeting has been postponed until April 26th and will meet at that time with Mrs Owen Berhow and Mrs Ronald Christenson will be co-hostess. Mrs Clara Marlow of Burt wa« a guest Thursday evening in the Erich Seegebarth home and also attended the senior class play with Mrs Seegebarth. Mrs George Ramus of LaForte city and her mother Mrs Smith of Livermore spent Wednesday with Mrg Leo RamUs and family. Mr and Mrs W. E. Patton of Whittemore also called there that day. •.Mrs Grace Ramus of Algbna visited Thursday evening at the Ra* fnus home and attended 'the class play. ; Mrs Lawrence Geitzenailer-at- tended a birthday party for "her mother Mrs.C.J. Stauder in Bancroft Thursday afternoon at the Stauder resjdence. Mr and Mrs Jim Ackerrnan, of Garner visited Thursday with Mrs Ruth Krueger and Mr-and Mrs Frank Flaig and other friends and relatives at Lone Rock. {{'- ; ;';'. . •: .Mrs Hilma ;Eripkspn ahd 'Mr and Mrs Efhier FranU arid family of Swea City were supper guests Thursday of Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchard and family and attended the senior class play. Mrs Ella Hanna arrived at the Robert Hanna home Thursday for a visit after Visiting in Gardenia, Calif., with the George Hanna family and Robert Ma<;key .family of. California. She as also a daughter; of Mrs Hanna. Wendell Condra and Mr and Mrs Chas. Staudt and family were supper guests Wednesday at the A. A. Itrtifef & home. Mr aaa Mj-8 W. & f laig atteftd- ed the lackion DAy dlfifcef lit life Veteran's AyflltoHulfi in fteS Moines Saturday, fvejifti. . Mt arid Mffi M ofeotfe and family of JsstherVilie, Mr afjd Mrs John Geitzenauer of Feh- ton were dfriher guests Sunday at, the Lawrence Qeitienauef horite honor of Leoft's 13th birthday. r and 'Mrs G. J. Staudet of Bancroft were afternoon (Sailers and supper giiests. Mr and Mrs Fred Gehfich were at a rural bounty carriers meeting in Bancroft Wednesday evening as guests of the Andy Dieterings and Phil Shefidahs. Mrs LeRoy Klepper attended an Easter play Sunday at Estherville at the Junior College sponsored by the Drama Clttb. Mr David seek and Mrs David «m.A ft Beck Sr. visited at Iowa Falls over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Glenn Householder and faniilV, Dennise Howe, John Ramus, Mr and Mrs Darryl Householder, Marilyn Jaspersort, Dorothy Biesch of Algona attended the ice follies at Minneapolis, Sunday. Marilyn Jasperson and Dorothy Biesch spent overnight Saturday at the Darryl Householder home. Mr and Mrs Glertn Householder were celebrating their 22nd wedding anniversary. Merwin Christenson attended the South Eastern Poled Herferd sale at Oskaloosa last Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Don Houck attended the oratoris Elijah Sunday at Ante's at Iowa State college presented by the combined choral group of which their daughter Marjorie is a member. Mr and Mrs Frank Dreyer and family attended church Sunday in Burt at the Lutheran church. Terry 1 Tiehian son of Mr. and Mrs Jflbk Tieman was a member of the confirmation class, after which they were dinner and-Sup- E er guests of the Jack Tieman imily. Mr and Mrs M. O. Richards were dinner guests Sunday in Burt at the Frank-Richards home. In the evening they called on Mrs Margaret Householder. Mrs Matidje Blanchard was a Sunday, supper 1 gUest at the Donald Blanchard home. Mr and Mrs Jack Quinn called on the ^Harold Roba* family of Swea City Sufjday.' \ Mr , and JArs Harry ? Anderson and family,' pf Plymouth Visited Sunday at the Donald, Blanchard home. Mr-Anderson, is .the principal of the Plyrnouth.high school. Mrs Glenn Householder, Gloria and Mr's Clarence Kraft and Judy spent Saturday in Mason City and in the afternoon they visited at the L. .V-. Johnson home at Osage. Mr a'nd Mrs Jirn Larson and family of Des Moines were also at the Johnson home for the weekend. Mrs W. M. Rotterman and Mrs Frank Rotterman 4 of Elmore accompanied , Mrs Owen Berhow to Mankato, Thursday. Friday Mrs W. M. Rotterman spent the day with Mrs Owen Berhow. Sunday Mr arid Mrs Berhow cabled at the Merwin Marlow home. Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson visited at' Belegrade, Minn., last iday. _,-f ind Mrs P. M. Chtistenson [lied on the |. M. JerHem at ted last Friday afternoon. «rra Mrs Ray tfdodrnan and family of Algona called Sunday afternoon at the Kenneth Richards Home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and family and Mrs Rose Kraft were Sunday dinner and supper auests in last Chain at the R. G. Borchardt home. Supper guests also included Mr and Mrs Dick Borchardt of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Donald Williams and family of Fairmont. Mrs Carlos Engelby and daughter Cheryl Ann spent overnight Tuesday at the Emil Person residence. Saturday Mr and Mrs Donald Nelson and family of West Union arrived to visit there and also at the 1. W. Nelson and Harold Nelson homes. They returned home on Tuesday. Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen, Kathy and Rodney were Sunday dinner guests' at the parental Roy Jensen home. Mrs Delmar Fischer's brother, Sid Peterson of Audubort, Iowa, Was a dinner guest and spent Sunday afternoon at the Fischer home. In the evening the Fischer family called on Mr and Mrs Sieb Behrends. Mr and Mrs James Shillington and family of Algona were afternoon guests at the Bernard O'Donnell home Sunday. Mrs James Elsbecker and*David of Bancroft, Mrs Bill Faulstick of Whittemore and Mrs Fritz Newbrough, Steve and Cherry were guests of Mrs Junior Hurlburt Saturday afternoon. Sunday dinner guests at the Arden Hovey home were Mr and Mrs Clarence Hovey and daughters of Armstrong and Wayne Meyer of Burt. Mr and Mrs Caroll Lashbrook at^d family of Mason City spent overnight Saturday with her mother, Mrs Anna Preshus. Mr and Mrs Harold Marlow and family of Ostranda, Minn, visited Sunday with Mrs Naomi Marlow. Mr and Mrs Erich Seege- barth were callers in the evening. No. Kossuth Man Has Surgery In Minneapolis Swea & Eagle — Otto A. Jensen underwent surgery at Fairview Hospital, Minneapolis, last 'week Wednesday, and is expected home, this week Wednesday. His grandchildren, . ;Diiane anfl Laypn .Jensen;; left from Mankato Saturday morning and" drove to Minneapolis to visit Mr Jensen returning here Saturday night for over Sunday at their parents, Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen. Briggs Funderbufk, who lias been staying at the home of J. D. Clark and Glenn Clark, entered Veteran? Hospital, 'Des'Moinesi. a week ago for treatment. Mr and Mrs Ervin Link visited Briggs Funderburk at Des Moines Sunday. Briggs is a brother of Mrs Link. Mrs Emil Larson and Q Hanson entertained a Birth Club Monday afternoon at,the home of Mrs Hanson, Swea City. Guests whose birthdays tfrere #67 cently were Mrs Glen Otton. Mrs Ervin Link, Mr* Dettmer Thompson and Walter Mjfto. Other guests were Mesdames Wth. Gies, Eidon Link, Fern Peterson, Bernard Peterson, Nora Olson and Sam Link. Mr and Mrs John Meyer and sons Gordon and Leland, Newport, Minn, were Sunday visitors at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Forest Erickson. Mt-E Meyer remained here and accompanied her mother, Mrs Ft»i est Erickson and her son, Howard Erickson, who left Monday for Kalamazoo, Mich, where Mrs Erickson will look after business interests, following death of her sister, Miss Anna Lindbloom on February 27th. Misses Freda and Helen Burgeson, Edith and Myrtle -Molinatr were Sunday afternoort and evening visitors at Mr and Mrs Emil Larson. Mr and Mrs James Harvey of Waterloo were Saturday visitors at the home of his sister and her family the Kenneth Pattersons. They came to help Susan Patterson celebrate her 2nd birtrtday. Waunita Guerdett, nurse at Holy Family Hospital, Estherville, visited; from Friday night until Sunday at the home of ner parents, Mr and Mrs Leo Guer dett. . : , Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen visited last Tuesday with friends, Mr and Mrs Fred Butterfield near Dolliver. Rev. and Mrs H. S. Hammer were Sunday noon dinner guests at Mr and Mrs Warren Brones. Jack Angle, 18, who was injured in an auto accident week ago Saturday and was hospitalized at Esthecville was returned home last Saturday. His parents are Mr and Mrs Clayton Angle. Mr and Mrs Sam Larson, will have open house at their farm home fcaster Sunday .afternoon. It is their 25th wedding anniversary. ,,'.'.'.' Mr and Mrs Kenneth Patterson received word of the death Saturday of Mr Patterson's uncle, Irving Nelson, 65, at Lake Mills, Minn. Mr Irving owns t.he Cool Springs Canning Co., Lake Mills Funeral services were Wednesday afternoon at Lake Mills. Mi Nelsorvis a brothgr:iof M^s George Patterson, Burt. * . ' Sewage Operator Meeting Here A regional sewage plant operator's meeting will be .held at ithe Algona Hotel Wednesday, May!,8, according to Mayor C. C. Shierk. A total of 79 invitations have been sent out to operators in towns in northwest Iowa. A ofc6- gram and tour of the local plant will be features during the day. »OtE80f . SERVICE MEN IF IT'S NEWS — WE WANT 17 SCTjV ^»44* &&& j^t^Tj^ |\^/;V:v; : ;^f ^'iv-;<&*' *?.^yV*a Dio'f rnlM Plymauth'i twg jreat TV prgpm?; Lawrence Welk's "Top Tunet ind New Tfknt" and "Th§ Ray Antheny Show," 581 TV lectjflo for Ugu and «UUi» ws spring everybody s got,., • ' • • PLYMOUTH FEVER it's catching and it ! s wonderful" too-have felt these symptoms: an urge te flQ pJaoea-a hunger for glamour^a» itch f«3f . ' .. * ' l^^^^^^^^^^P^ iiiJ-^.^jL. 8 y«ws ahead- II so, you've goJt Plymouth FwiTi and the thing to 4a is compare "all 8 M ; ifljnple IPlymotttb'fi TorsionrAire iUde and discover the other 3-years^head reasons why yog»need a too j WESTERN ARBA COMMAKD, GERMANY «* Army Sergeant First Class Martin H. thilges, whose wife, Ulrika, lives at 3615 Morehead ave., El Paso, Tex., recently was assigned to the 98th General Hospital in Germany. Sergeant Thilges entered the Army in 1942 and is a medical technician in the hospital's medical Detachment. The sergeant is the son of Mr and Mrs Will Thilges, 708 N Church St., Algona, Iowa. FORT BELVGIR, VA. — Pvt Arnold W. Klocke, son of Mr and Mrs W. G. Klocke, Ledyard, la., recently was graduated from the 12-week guided missile installation electrical equipment repair course at The Engineer School, Fort Belvoir, Va. Klocke entered the Army in October 1956. fOftf LfiOttAtiB WO©B, **©. — Pvt. Charles F. McNertney, 22, son of Mr and Mrs Patrick H. McNertney, Bancroft, Iowa, recently was graduated from the advanced combat engineer course at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. McNertney entered the Army last November and completed basic training at Fort Chaffee, Ark. He attended Creighton University in Omaha and Iowa University. Good Neighbors Aid Fire Victims 8w»a City «- Donations of money and clothing are still coming in as a response to efforts of Kossuth County Red Cross end the Altar Society of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Armstrong, to replace clothing and furnishings for the family of Mrs James Dolan, whose home was extensively damaged by fire on March 23. Unitl repairs on the home are completed, the Dolan children who are of school age are guests of various school friends. Dennis, a freshman in Swea City High School, is visiting at the George Pearson home; Patty, in seventh Thursday, April 18, If If Algona (la.) \Jpp9t Ete grade, is staying with her friend, Penny Guyer, daughter of the William C. Guyers; John, of the fifth grade, is with the family ot Mir and Mrs Hans Peterson; and Barbara, in first grade, is staying with her teacher, Mrs Robert Jones. Mrs Dolan and the three Smaller children are with relatives in Ringsted. Of the three elder Dolans, Jim and Mike are students at the State University oi Iowa, and Mary Kay is employed in Fairmont. Bancrofters On Trip Bancroft — Mr and Mrs Roy McGuire spent the weekend in Des Moines. Mrs Richard Menke, Janice and Kay accompanied them to Ames and visited at the Tom Lensing home. KILLED A falling tree killed John Roling, 56, near LaMotte recently. He was employed at a saw mill and was helping fell trees at the time of the tragedy. SHEEP Marauding dogs killed five sheep and mauled a half-dozen more, on the Fred Darrah farm ftear Emmetsburg recently. L. 3. BOHANNON "Another planting •«as<Mi It here with its has&f & of injutf and damage from gtaM fires, farm implements, and fatm animals. Dees Fafm Liability insurance give peace of mind about lawsiuts or damage claims over injuries Of the farm or caused by the family or caused by the family or employees both cm and off iha farm?" For tne answers to your insurance questions, feel free to call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency. Phone CY4- 4443. IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO GET THE CARLOAD PRICE" ON TRACTOR TIRES . . . . TRACTOR TIR ALL SIZES FOR ALL MAKES - FRONTS AND REARS IT'S NOT TOO LATE FOR FARMERS AND WIVES TO GET IN ON THE . . . . piiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii^ All-Expense Paid Trip TO THE HUGE (22,000 TIRES FIRESTONE FACTORY IN DES MOINES JUST TEN MORE PAYS to 'get in' on thlf special Firestone-Bradley Bros, treat . . . a tOMr ef the huge Fireftono tire factory in Des Moines, where you'M see tires m*a> fr om *tart to finish ... and we pay all expenses! This factory employ* 4,000 people, jt turns out on the average 2Q,QPO tires of all kinds a day, and o tour of the full plant is something to be long remembered! The trip can be tak en later on, during a ly]l in the farm work season , , . and you'll really and truly enjoy it, both you and your wi fe. Remember - we pick up the'tab'1 TRIP FREE TO PURCHASERS OF TRACTOR TIRES THIS SPECIAL OFFER ENDS SATURDAY, APRIL 2? THIS SPECIAL OFFER ENDS SATURDAY, APJUI, ?7 ALL SIZES FOR ALL MAKES FRONTS REARS TRACTOR TIRES AT CARIOAD SALE PpS........ MOW! mffff' Wf *H W^ ^^ ^^^^r ^^^M ^^^M ^V Q^^^^ . ^B :^w /--^H^S.v. '.r, ^^^^ ^* Gi A&ne wMfMw/mmsm

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