The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 16, 1957 · Page 58
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 16, 1957
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6-Algona (la.) Upper Dai Molne« Thursday, May 16, IIS? Hone Rock Circles Meet OnMaytfi Lone Rock — P,W.O. Circlen will meet Thursday afternoon, May 16, with the following: Maxine'at the Milton Madison home -with Mrs Emma Hurlburt assisting. Mrs Art Person will give the lesson. Mildred Circle will meet with Mrs Ralph Hammerstrom , and Mrs Selma Hammerstrom assist* ing hostess. Mrs Dennis Priebe will have the lesson.! Lu circle ^will meet with Mrs P. M. Christenson and Mrs Ron? aid Christenson assisting. Mrs Albert Shaser will have the lesson. Mr and Mrs John Behrends called Saturday evening in Algona at the Karl Ewoldt residence. Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl entertained Mr and Mrs Otto Wichtendahl; Sunday for dinner. Mr and Mrs N. H. Ressner and Henry Wichtendahl" visited there in the afternoon. In the evening Mr and Mrs Edwin Wichtendahl find family called at the Edwin Luedtke home. Mr and Mrs James Walker and daughter of Algona, Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs Rose Kraft. In the afternoon Mrs Mary Flaig and Mrs Rosa Kraft called on Mrs James Long at St. Ann Hospital in Algona. . Mr and Mrs Is!. '/". Bernhard, Mr George Hess were' WedneS- day evening' callers at the A. J Elsbecker home.: Mr and Mrs Paul Bernhard were guests Sunday in Livermore at the Dave Bernhard residence. Mr and Mrs Frank. Flaig, Mr and Mrs Dean Jergenson and family of Algona called Sunday afternoon at the Roger Jensen home. Mr and Mrs Milton Madison, Mary Lee and Kent visited in Moreland Sunday with her parents. Mr and Mrs John G. Hansen of Armstrong were dinner guests Sunday at the Elaine Saxton home. For supper Mr and Mrs Eldon Duncan and sons of Fenton were guests there. Mr and Mrs Charles Staudt and family spent the weekend at Storm Lake with the Jim Lin hart family. 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Go, Office Supply Dept. — Algona Mi* and Mrs Andrew fhomsen Spent over the weekend at the Glenn Hughs residence i'n Sac •City. Mr and Mrs fi .A. Lee and Susan Visited in SWea City, Sunday, at the J. H. Montgomery residence. Mr and Mrs Louis Seegebarth, Ka'rin, Duahe ; and Sandra, Mr and Mrs Gerald Radig visited Mrs Anna Afke at Titonka, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Delmar Fischer Visited Mrs William Fischer at the hospital Sunday and the remainder of the afternoon they spent in Armstrong at the Martin Peterson residence. Mrs Ruth Krueger was a din ner guest Sunday at the Geo. B. Long home. For supper Mr and Mrs Long and Darryl and Darlene were guests ot Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson at Wesley! E. M. Jensen and Jerry spent the.weekend at their cottage at Haackensack, Minn. Mrs Jensen returned home with them. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger entertained Sunday dinner guests, Mrs Frank Dacken, Will Christenson, Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson and family, Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and family and Mrs Pauline McGuire. Mr and Mrs W. R. O'Donnell, Mr and Mrs Bernhard O'Donnell and Mrs Mary Flaig left Wednesday and attended the funeral Thursday of Mrs Ed O'Donnell at Campus, 111. They returned home Thursday. Mrs Henry Schroeder left Friday for Moville, to visit over the' weekend at the Laverne Schroeder home. , Mrs Emma Hurlburt and girls were dinner guests Sunday of Mr and.Mrs Dale Schroeder. For supper Mrs Hurlburt entertained Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt, Mrs Martha 'Rath, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath and , John, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan. Mr and Mrs Arden Hovey and John were guests .Sunday at, Woden, at the Harry Quinn residence. Mrs Harlan Blanchard, Mrs Woodrow Pettit. and Mrs Erich Seegebarth visited Mrs James 'Long who is a patient at St. Ann hospital in Algona. Mr and Mrs Dave Weber and family were dinner guests at the Joe Miller home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Leo Ramus visited at the Weber home in the evening. Marieta Christenson arrived by plane at Sioux City Saturday from Pueblo, Colo, for a visit at the home of her parents, P. M. Christensons. Merwin met her at Sioux City. Dinner guests Sunday at the Walter Thompson home were Mrs Lillie Thompson, Neva Thompson, Miss Florence Yager, Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson and family of Swea City, Charles and Howard Thompson. Mr and Mrs Joe Culbertson and family, Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and sons, Elva Ewoldt were all' Sunday dinner guests in Algona at the Karl Ewoldt home. Friday evening Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and family were supper guests at the home of His parents at West Bend. Ruth Zumach, R. N. at Sioux City spent the weekend at the parental Art Zumach home. Mr and Mrs Wm. Marlow and family were Sunday dinner guests at. the Hugh Marlow home in Burt. Mr and Mrs Lyle Marlow and family were guests of he: mother, Mrs Anna Bierstedt, at Burt Sunday. Dinner guests Sunday at the M. O, Richards home were Mi and Mrs Kenneth 'Richards and family, Mr and Mrs Frank Richards and family, Rajph Richards, Mrs Maude Bilsborough and Ilia, Mrs Letha Webb and sons of Algona. Mr and'Mrs W .J. Cotton entertained Sunday dinner guests Mrs H. E. Morgan, Mr and Mrs R. E. Morgan and Edna Ketelsen, N. L. Cotton and Bob Angus. Mr and Mrs Louis Berninghaus and family were Sunday dinne, guests at the home of his mother Mrs Will Berninghaus of Whittemore. Ruth Schadendorf spent the weekend at the parental Alfred Schadendorf home. Sunday dinner and supper guests there wen. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fischej and daughter Dafawn, Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt. Mr and Mrs Milfred Mitchell called at the Ben Mitchell hornt in Fenton Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs James Thul of Ames spent Sunday with her parents the Jack Quinns. Mr and Mrs Roy Richardson, Mrs Pauline McGuire of Algona and Mrs Frank Dacken called on Mrs Maude Blanchard, Sunday afternoon. Mrs Dave Hiaes of Toledo and Mrs Esther Bollard of Redwood Falls, Minn, and her granddaughter Kathy visited Mrs Leo Ramus, Wednesday. Craig Blanchard was a supper guest of Paul Geitzenauer, Tuesday, and spent the night at the Geitzenauer home. Mrs Roger Jensen and Kathy, Mrs Frank Flaig were guests at the Plum Creek Women's Club at the Dean Jergenson home in Algona, Wednesday afternoon. Lawrence Geitzenauer and Bernard Reilly attended a grain dealers meeting at Estherville Friday. Mrs Ruth Krueger entertained her granddaughters Thursday evening at supper, Delores, Linda and Garry Dean Ackerman oj Burt. Mrs Sarah Fischer entered Holy Family Hospital at Estherville, Tuesday. • Roger Bill Flaig returned home from Veteran's hospital at Des Moines Thursday. Rev. and Mrs H. A. Smidt of Bart Presbyterian church, Rev. and Mrs Brower* and family of Algona.and Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine and family enjoyed supper Friday evening at the home of Rev. and Mrs Nordine. Mrs Frank Flaig entertained Friday afternoon in honor of the birthday of Mrs Mary Flaig. Guests were Mesdatries Jack Quinn .Maude Blattchard, Ruth Krueger, James Long, Fred Genrich, Rose Kraft/ Mr and Mrs Fred Getifich enjoyed supper at Fort Dodge, Sunday, where they amended the Rural Carrier 6th district May meeting. •Mr and Mrs Charles Morris visited from Friday to Sunday with their daughter and family the Jack Johnsons of Gowrie. On Saturday Mr Morris" niece, Lorette Eileen and Margaret Kelly and Mr and Mrs Emil .Shade and family from Omaha, Neb. joined them for a family dinner. Shower Honors Carmen Brandt, May 25 Bride Swea & Eagle — Miss Carmen Brandt was honored at a miscellaneous shower held Saturday night . at Lutheran Hall. Mrs Virgil Jensen welcomed the guests and announced the program: vocal duet by Mrs Jim Preston and Mrs Tom' Preston; reading by Mrs Leighton Hugoson; piano solo by Mrs Robert Jones; readings by Mrs Harold Jones and Mrs Ida Larson, Fairmont; vocal duet by Barbara Stenzel and Aleta Jensen. The bride-to-be then opened her • many useful gifts. Lunch was served buffet style.- i- Mrs ] Edward Anderson poured. • Shower hostesses were Mes* dames Art E. Anderson; Leighton Hugoson, Granada,- -Minn.; Har* old Jones, Vifgil Jensen, .Joe Preston, Jim Preston, Floyd Smith, Wm. Thompson and Pat* ricia Smith. Miss Brandt, daughter of Mr and Mrs WeldOn Brandt, and Wayne, son of Mr and Mrs Elmer Jorgenson, will be married May'26 at Lutheran Church, Swea City. 80ih Birthday Mrs. Emil Larson and Mrs Walter C. Peterson ' called^ Wednesday afternoon on their friend, Mrs Magnus Preston, Swea City. It'was her 80th birthday. Other friends who called and enjoyed afternoon coffee with her Were Mesdames Lars Erickson, Alma Swanson, Albin Peterson, Ole Rawn, Alfred Anderson, Leonard Swanson and Floyd Treat and Mrs Peterson's daughter-in-law, Mrs Monford Peterson. Home From Florida Mr and Mi's David Anderson who have spent the winter months in their home in Orlanda, Fla. have returned to spend the summer here. Grant Baccalaureate . Baccalaureate services were held Sunday evening at 8 o'clock at the Grant Consolidated School gymnasium. Rev. ,3, H. Hammer,, pastor of Methodist ChUrch, gave' the sermon. ' The Grant Commencement Exercises will be held Friday at School auditorium. Rep. Mer-j win Coad of thfi Sixth District from Boone, .will be the gyest speaker, ' The home economy class 6f Grant School honored theft mother's at a tea held at sehodl Wednesday afternoon. f Grant School teachers Who have sighed contracts for the grades lot next fall,.ate: Miss Lorene Trenary, 1st and 2nd grades, .Miss Selma, £ Almsberg, 3rd and 4th-grades, Mrs CliffOl'd Higgens, 6th and 6th and MisS Doris Briggs, 7th and 8th. There are vacancies in the high school. Supt. Bruce Cranston was un decided as to returning this fall. Mr and Mrs Kenrieth Mullarkey have purchased Mrs Emma Swanson's residence in Swea City. They are living in one of the Grant School residences. The Baptist Northern Association Woman's Spring Rally was held Tuesday, May 7. in all Day sessibn at Baptist church, Webster City. Attending .from here were Mesdames . Virgil; Jensen, Ervin Link, Dettmer Thompson, Gladyce Hanson, Nora ,Olson, John A. Erickson, Lowell Larson, Glen Clark and Emil Larson. Music was furnished by the Swea City Guild. Mrs -Lowell Larson sang a solo. Rita Marie, iiriall daughter 1 'of Mr and Mrs Ed Meyer, Ringsted, was baptized at the s'ervices following Sunday morning Mais at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Paul Sanft- ner, uncle and aunt of Rita acted as sponsors. A family dinner was held at noon Sunday at the William Wiskus hdme with all their children and grandchildren present,., Guests . werfe Mt and Mrt Paul- Sanftner and son Jim* miev M* arid 'Mrs fed Meyet and Rita; Rbbert WiSkuS of ft, Dodge and Billy and Luvern tyiskus at Mr'and Mrs Virgil Jensen and children Aleta and Lowell* Mrs Wallet Mino and daughter Dianfie .Visited Sunday with theif daughters' and'.sisters, <• Mareia^ Jensen and Barbara Mino, students at Sioux Falls College, Sioux Falls, S. Dak. / . • Mr. and Mrs Glen Clark and her father Williams'Barger drove to'Qwatonna Sunday to visit Mr ;Barger's nephew and wife,! Mr and Mrs .Gerald Embody. Gerald recititly suffered a heart attack. Mr and Mrs Elvin Swanson had as Sunday dinner guests, Mrs Christeha Swanson and son Harold, Pete Madsen, Mr and . Mrs Al Dudding and family of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs Loren Sach, Oelwein, Gail Olthoff, Lakota, and Axel Erickson, Armstrong. '-.--.. Mrs Loren Sach of Oelwein visited last week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Rufus Olthoff, Lakota and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Patterson had as Mother's Day dinner guests; hi$ ! parents, Mr and Mrs George Patterson and her parents, Mr and Mrs Robert Harvey and; friends, Mr and Mrs W. B. Officer o'f West Bend. Mr Officer is supt. of West Bend school. Mr and Mrs Glen Crossley and children of Ames were Sunday visitors at her parents, Mr and Mrs Andrew Lars6tt. Mr and Mrs Mervin Johnson and Douglas were Sunday dinner guests at Mr and Mrs Truman nard Jertsen. Cattle Clean Up STA- FRESH SILAGE! Ends "Silagd Slink!" Treat grass silage with General Chemical's amazing; "STA- FRESH." This special, inexpensive, silage /grade sodium bisulfite ia convenient powder form keeps silage green, fresh, sweet-smelling . . . ( makes silage tastier, more nourishing — cows love it. Only 8 Ibs. treats a full ton of silage. Free folder gives simple instructions for use. As Advertised In Farm and Home Section ALGONA FLOUR & FEED CO. South Phillips Street "\ just phoned to tell you not to miss visiting t . • ' ." . . - ' .-.•.'.,* ' ' • / the new Telephone b 'l'lK "'<" •:•:' V' •!*••' ••'". uildmg . . . its a fascinating tour!" NerNlrV .„*_. -i ' '• • .i . > •• 5 'v - ;•;••' Telephone Building Dodge & Call Streets Algona, Iowa The completion of the new telephone building in Algona signals the culmination of the $650,000 Northwestern Bell improvement project in this community , . . a project which now gives this area the most up-to-date of modern telephone facilities. Our portion of this project was erection of the new telephone building itself . , , which is being toured by our citizens this week during "Open House." We are proud to have this splendid structure included in the roster of important public and commercial buildings that bear the "Cowan-constructed" label, H. J. COWAN General Contractor For New Telephone Building

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