The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 21, 1955 · Page 5
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 5

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, July 21, 1955
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LuVerne Pastor On Minnesota Vacation Trip LuVerne—The Rev!" and Mfs Louis Wittenburg left after church .services Sunday for Lake GeorjgepJMinn., to'visit their son. the Rev;- hnd Mrs; Kenneth Wit- tenburg,ahd children. The Rev and Mrs 1 Louis Wittenburg took their daughter Mrs Ted Mouras, and son Teddy, to Des Moines Wednesday where : $he flew to San Ff.ancisc6,-Calif. On Saturday, Mrs Mburas'iand son flew from San Francisco for Japan to join her husband in service. The> expect to be in Japan three years. Here For Funeral Mr and.Mrs Carl-Merkle, 1 sons. Dick and Lynden, penver, Colo., Walter Merkle,' sort,' James, Mi and Mrs Elmer Merkle, sons, Kevin and Curtis of St. Paul; Mr and Mrs James Paulson, Paulette and Douglas of Minneapolis. Minn, were called home by the death of their father, George Merkle., LuVerne Live Wires The LuVerne Live Wires Girl's 4-H club was called-to order by Elaine Rockwood,: Monday evening in the town.hall. Thirteen members answered roll call. Making buttonholes was given by Judy Naffziger and Shirleon Schnetzer. Annette Braynard gave a talk on Storing of Clothes. Refreshments were served by Mrs Glenniss Harper and Mrs John Voss Jr. Mr and Mrs Chris Loos, son, James, Mrs Marie Loos and Chris Seitz of Oskaloosa came Sunday and attended the funeral services, Monday for their uncle and brother-in-law, George Merkle. Mr and Mrs Martin P. Sweet, daughter, Marilyle and son Martin, of Columbus, Ohio visited Tuesday evening to visit in the parental, Mr and Mrs William Bigings home and their son, Mr and Mrs Robert Bigings, Lynn and Bradley. Mrs Sweet 'is the former Vera Bigingn. Mr and Mrs W. C. Saxby, daughter,' Wilhamania,- her girl friend, Linda Quinn, of Kansas City, Kansas visited the past two weeks in the home of their daughter, Mr and Mrs Gordon Gregory. Mrs Edward Link, children, Karen and Larry of Genoa, 111. came Sunday for a week's visit in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Marty. Mrs Matie Christoph of Waukesha, Wis. visited the past week in the home of her brother, Mr and Mrs Edward Hof. i Her, son- in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Shriei\, .children, .Susan,. Billy todiAimrdrBroMeadiWis/ came [Saturday * and took Mrs ChristOph-back to .her home Sunday. They were overnight Ruefts in the Mr and Mrs Harold Trauger home. Mr and Mrs Earl C. Grimes visited her parents Sunday and Monday in Sturges, S. D. Tnc> were accompanied home by her sister-in-law, Mrs Milton Collins, who came to join her husband, who is employed at the Clark Elevator at Galbraith, Miss Kathryn Bockes visited Sunday to Wednesday in the home of her aunt, Mrs Nettie Jensen and son John, in Webster City. Mr and Mrs Earl Johns and Children visited his parents, Mr and Mrs Ben Johns in Britt Sunday. Mrs Ferd Meyer was taken to a rest home in Burt Saturday. Mr and Mrs Leland Thaves and daughter, Linda of Des Moines came to visit for a week in the Mr and Mrs Clarence Nielsen home. The ladies are sisters. Mr and Mrs Edward Lenz at tended a reunion of his family at the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Walter Will in Siblcy Sunday. Mr and Mrs Oscar Hagen and children of Bode visited Sunday afternoon in the home of Mrs Lizzie Frost, mother of Mrs Hagen. Mr and Mrs Earl Lehman and sons of Des Moinos and his mother, Mrs Emma .Lehman ol Boxholm visited Monday in the home of their sister and daughter, Mr and Mrs Fred Morkle and family. They came to attend thr funeral services for George Merkle. Mr and Mrs Wayne Marly of Lake Okoboji spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Marty. Tiu-y attended funeral .services f.>r his grandfather, George Merkle, Monday.' ' Mr and Mrs E. 11. Thomas visited Otto Westling of Algona Sunday. He is a inudiciil pal- ient in the- Lutheran huapiUil, Fort Dodge. ' The Missionary Guild met Wednesday, July 13, in the home of Mrs Eli Eager with Mrs Em- jnett Knary assisting. Mr and Mrs Edwin Marty an; 1 daughters and Mr and Mrs Eklon Marty Juda, Wis. .over the weekend. They went t.j attend 'd family reunion. Rev. and Mrs Harold W. Dellit find son of Toledo visited here Monday and attended funeral services for George Merkle. The Rev. J. Paul Stevens, accompanied by MbrgeiH! Merkle went to Cedar Falls, Monday where they will spend u week at the Evangelical United Bretlu-w, ^•hyrch camp. Mr and Mrs Evcivtt AUig and •' Ed .accompanied Mr and Mrs Eldon'Attig of Titonka to Foil Pp4gt iwp4§y. J\<ly 10, to uUenrl a family picnic. «-P-M QJtssiiieds Pay Dividend Neighbors Lend Helping Hand At Seneca Farm Senaca—A, good neighbor act was carried out early last week when David Lynch brought his new windrower to the Everett Witham farm and cut his oats for him. Others who helped at the Witham farm while Mr Witham was hospitalized were Fred Johannesen and Claude Johnson. Everett Witham, who has been an accident .patient at the Holy Family hospital at Estherville, was brought home Monday. Mr Witham suffered a, head injury when a grain elevator fell on him. He is able to be up and around but will not be able tb work for the next three or four months. At Bible Camp A group of Seneca young people attended a session of the Lutheran Bible Camp at Jngham Lake this past week. . Attending from the Blakjer Lutheran church were Lois and Raymond Wtlberg, Marilyn Johanntsefl, Gary Loge, Merle -Halvifs^n, Barbara Halverso'n, rtonfiM-jBher- land, Donald Cherlahd and Merlene Jensen. ; ' '•' •; The session begin Suhday'after- noon and ended Friday Afternoon. " / Marlene Jensen was hostess to the Blakjer .Luther .League at her home Sunday evening; July 4. Mr and MrS Darryl Simmons and Mrs Theresa Simmons of Alpha, Minn, were Shftdty dinner guests at the Carl Sifimorts home. The ladies attended the bridal shower honoring",' their niece, June Simmons.:,that'after- noon at the John's Hall at Bancroft. The Seneca Progressive Farmers 4-H club held their July meeting Monday evening at the Lyle England home with Jerry, and Mary England as hosts, the group planned a "swim" at Hand's Park for their August 8 meeting. Mr and Mrs Charlqs Beavers and family visited at the Millen Jensen home at Waltham, Minn, on July 4. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft and sons attended a family gathering at the Geritt DeWaard home at Woden, Sunday. Lois Wilberg returned home Friday evening after having visited at the home of her brother and family, the Wayne Wil- bergs, at LaPorte, Indiana and an aunt, Mrs Ida Eisenschmidt at Dubuque. Sharon Klein accompanied by some friends from Fenton are spending the week at the Methodist Camp at Lake Okoboji. Mrs C. O. Bailey, Mrs Prances Rauert and Mary Jo Coley were Thursday dinner guests at the Erwin Schwielert home in Burt. Mr and Mrs Ben Sloter and son of Troy Grove, 111. spent from Monday until Thursday at th* parental, Everett Wilham home. Mrs Sloter is the eldest Witham daughter. Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey were Sunday evening guests at the Dr. B. K. Bahnson home at Burt. The two couples drove to Fort Dodge where they celebrated birthday dinners. Thursday, July 21, 1955 Algeria (la.) Upp«r DM Moln«t-3 & fast week at the Everett Wtt- hafri home. On Friday they left for Matton, 111., where they will be located. Mr Helmets is working for a construction company. Mrs C. 0. Bailey accompanied by Mrs Frances Rauert visited with relatives in the Whitternorc vicinity Friday. Mrs Rauert is Mr Bailey's sister. Mr and Mrs Charles Beaver honored their son Kenneth, on his 8th birthday by having a group of friends came to help him celebrate last Tuesday Mr and Mrs Clifford Pringle and family and Mr and Mrs DeWayne Priest and family enjoyca Dr. and Mrs A. Whiltow and son Robert, of Armstrong, were Friday evening callers at the C. O. Bailey home. Mrs Frances Ravert of Denver. Colo, and Nancy Jo Colcy of. Clear Lake spent five days last, week at the C. O. Bailey horns. Mrs Ravert is a sister of Mr Bf,i- ley and Mary Jo is a daughter of a niece. Dorothy Oftedahl, LeAnn Olsen and Marlys Bratrud spent the past week as Camp Counselors at the Lutheran Bityle Camp at Ingham Lake this past week. Mr and Mrs Peter Helmers, formerly of Waterloo, Iowa, visit- a picnic dinner at Tuttlc Lake p^ ^^ _... ^ * j* wes*+ /\BOOT.' CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS 2.wztittf M E AT S 590 Well .Trimmed Ib. WORRELL'S PRIDE CANADIAN BACON By the Piece Lb. 730 SWIFT'S ESSEX SUMMER SAUSAGE Lb. 490 SWIFT'S PREMIUM PICKLE & PIMENTO LOAF Lb. HORMEL'S COARSE OR FINE RING BOLOGNA Lb. U. S. GOVT. GRADED CHOICE BEEF QUARTERS No Charge For Cutting & Wrapping FRONTS 39° HINDS 45 PARKAY MARGARINE 2 ' 49C MA BROWN Strawberry Preserves 12 oz. Jar 270 CAMPBELLS Chicken-Noodle Soup 2 " . 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