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2-AI0*na (la.) Upper 0«» Thursday, Sept. 8, 1955 Martha Welter Rites, Wesley, On Wednesday Services for Mrs Martha Welter. I'O, a resident of Kossuth County for 65 years, were held Wednesday in the Methodist Church at Wesley at 2 p.m. Rev. Webb officiated and burial was in Evergreen Cemetery there. McCul- loiiRh's Funeral Chapel was in charge of arrangements. Mrs Welter died during the night Sunday following a hear* attack at St. Ann hospital. She was born Nov. 27. 1864 in Greene County, Wis., and following her marriage to Robert Welter id Brodhead. Wis. in 1885, the couple moved to Titonka in 1890. Six years later the family moved to Wesley. Mr Welter died ten years ago, and in 1951 Mrs Welter moved to Algona to live with her daughters, Delia and Edith Welter. Mrs Welter was a life-lone member of the Methodist Church ;it Wesley and actively engaged in aid and circle work. She became a member of a Presbyterian church circle in Algona after moving here. Mrs Welter is survived by four sons and three daughters. They arc Frank, West Bend; Rufus, Corwith; Harry, Los Angeles; Ralph, Mason City: Mrs Hazel Hudson, Mason City; Delia and Edith, Algona. A sister, Mrs Ella Dolan. Wesley, seven grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren, also survive. Pallbearers were Thomas, William and Robert Welter, Robert DeGroote, Galen and George Vitzthum. Lone Rock Man Takes Michigan University Post Lone Rock — Elmer Peterson, son of Mr and Mrs Carl Petersen of Lone Rock, who lias been employed for the past year as editor and publisher of the Kanawha Reporter leaves soon for Ann Arbor, Mich., where he has accepted a position with publications issued by the University of Michigan. Mrs A. L. O'Neill of Spencer, registered nurse, visited at the Lorenz Geitzcnaucr home Sunday. Mr and Mrs C. G. Slander of Bancroft were callers there also. Mrs Zoller of Lakota has been visiting at the Fred Schultz home for the past few days. Mr and Mrs Gordon Ohm were visitors at the parental Ed Ohm home over the weekend. Gordon just finished attending summer school. Mr and Mrs Ed Ohm, Mr and Mrs Geo. Hanna and family were afternoon callers and supper guests at Mrs Lena Schmidt's of Fenton. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft are the proud parents of a baby daughter, Joy Ann, born Wednesday at Holy Family hospital at Eslherville. She weighed nine pounds, five ounces. They have one other daughter, Judy. Max Flaig left Tuesday for Washington after spending a two week leave with his parents, Mr and Mrs W. G. Flaig. Mrs Carl Peterson entertained the following ladies at a coffee party: Anna Mortenson, Mrs Jenny Jensen, Mrs Jens E. Jensen, Mrs Emma Johnson, Mrs Frieda McCemish, Mrs Marie Jacobson, all of Ringsted and Mrs Ed Ohm, and Mrs Frank Flaig of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and Lavonne and Mr and Mrs Andrew Thompson relumed home Thursday after taking n three week'trip through the West. They visited relatives and friends in Bellingham, Wash., Greely, Colo., and in Montana. They went up into Vancouver, British Columbia, and San Jaun Islands. On their trip home they came by the way of Portland and Salt Lake City. The complete trip covered 5300 miles; Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen and family and Dennis Flaig were Saturday night supper guests at the Frank Flaig home. Mr and Mrs Bob Albee and daughter, Cindy, of South Dakota are visiting in the Walter Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Les Johnson visited in the R. W. William home at Estherville Saturday night. Donald Jensen came home Saturday after spending some time at the Lake. Mr and Mrs A. L. Cotton took Angus, Jr. to Mason City where he caught a plane 1o Chicago. He had spent the past week at home. Ernie Frieden and boys and James Schaller from West Bend were visitors Sunday in the LeRoy Klcpper home. Mr and Mrs Chas. Morris went to the Jack Johnson home in Cow- rie Friday. They all went to the State Fair. Rev. and Mrs Nordine and family were Wednesday night supper guests in the A. A. Krueger home. Mr and Mrs Jonathan Hurlburt of Glidden and Mr and Mrs John Soncs of Sioux Rapids were weekend visitors of Mrs J. M. Blanch- :ird. Sunday afternoon .callers were the Chel Ahne family and Alfred Schultx family of pltosen, Jesse Blanc-hard, Jr. family, Don Blancharcl family. Harhin Blanehard family and Hulda Schull/., all of Lone Rock. Mr and Mrs Gerald Angus and family attended a family dinner in the Roy Guy home at Renwick Sunday. Mr and Mrs Harold Angus and Toni from Burl attended also. Mrs Sigsbee and Howard were dinner guests in the Sieb Behrends home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Everett Hannu, Mr and Mrs Robert Hanna and Viola McDonald of Burt were guests Sunday of Myrtle Hanna of Sioux City. They attended the Ice Follies while in Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Carl Rosburg of Sioux Falls, Mr and Mrs Ray Rosburg of Gracttinger, Mr and Mrs Dagne Tviedt of Ceylon, Minn., were visitors in the Jim Larson home Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and Gene attended the Bell reunion in West Bend Sunday. Emil Person and Putti drove to West Union Saturday and brought home Mrs Person who had been visiting in the home of her daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Nelson for the past 10 days. The Fred Bierstedt's of College City, Calif., are visiting in the Ralph Bierstedt home. Mr and Mrs Artien Hovcy and family were supper guests Sunday in the 1 Clarence llovey home at Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and Lavonne attended a birthday dinner for their grandson Phillip's 6th birthday. Other guests in the Willard Thompson home were- Mr and Mrs Jim Elsbecker and Phillip, Mrs Lillie Thompson, and Neva Thompson. Mr and Mrs Wayne Lynch and Beverly attended the wedding of Lynn Gowen of Spencer Saturday. They spent the weekend at the Robert Morris home at Sutherland. Mr and Mrs Blainc Saxton visited in the Harold Saxton home at Emmetsburg Sunday. Mr and Mrs Ervin Wet/el arjd ALGONA vs. Emmetsburg v Kossuth County Fairgrounds Friday Night KICKOFF—S P. M. 3 Other Home Games Friday, Sept. 16— Webster City Friday, Oct. 7— Clear Lake Friday, Oct. 14— Clarion Ksserve Games to be Announced Later ADMISSION Aduh Junior-Sector Elementary SEASON . .$2.00 _ $1.00 SINGLE Toe I lie Wanda were Sunday guests in the Clair Bollinger home. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dittmer and family were guests at the Delmar Angus home Sunday. They celebrated the birthdays of Margaret Dittmer and Joyce Angus. Other guests were MY and Mrs Lawrence Diltmer, Jerry, Janell. and David. Margaret Diltmer was guest of honor at a birthday party at her home Friday. Guests were the girls of the" 5th and (ith grades and Mrs Krueger. Visitors at the Maurice Weis- bTod home Monday night in honor of Mrs Weisbrod's birthday were Mr and Mrs Sylvester Brace and boys of LuVerne, Mr and Mis Clinton Rath and family. Mr and Mrs Dale Wegner and Connie, Emma Hurlburl and girls, Mr and Mrs Dale Schrader and Susan, Mr and Mrs Albert Shascr, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Rath and John, Mrs Martha Rath, Mr and Mrs Harvey Rath and Doris of Algona. Mr and Mrs Ronald Baxter and family, Esther Kading and Mrs Mark Rae visited Mrs Minnie Klippel at Boone Sunday. They also visited with Mrs Clara Michel of Denver, Colo., who was a guest there. Mr and Mrs Dehnar Fischer and family were visitors Sunday in the Martin Peterson home at. Armstrong. . . AROUND ALGONA Weds In Des Moin«S Salem is the capital of Oregon Jane Mayer, above, daughter ol Mr and Mrs William J. Mayer of Algonn, became the bride of Robert L. Cooper, son of Mr and Mrs Will B. Cooper of Boone, in a ceremony performed Aug. 30 at 9:30 a.m. at St. Ambrose Cathedra! in Des Moines by Father Fred Reischl. The bride is a graduate of St. Cecelia's Academy and A. I. B. in Des Moines, and a member of Beta Sigma Phi. She has been employed by station WOI-TV in the news room. The bridegroom is a graduate of Napier high school and Valley College, Los Angeles, and will attend UCLA at Los Angeles, where the couple will make their home. Ramona Mayer, sister of the bride, was her maid-of-honor, and the bridegroom was attended by Raymond Uthe of Ellsworth. A reception was held at the Savery Hotel for members of the immediate families, following the ceremony. (Photo Andrews Studio, Des Moines) Mr and Mrs Eugene Schatlsch- neider were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Cliff Johnson and family last Thursday evening. —o— . The Kiwanis club will entertain their wives at a dinner party Monday evening. Jack Chris- chilles is in charge of arrangements. —o— Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders and family went to Worthington, Minn, for the Labor Day weekend. They visited Mr and Mr« B. Mellema. -o— Mr and Mrs Ciayioh Lammefs and daughter, Lynn, went to Sumnsr Sunday for a couple of days visit with Mrs Lammers' parents, Mr and Mrs P. A. McIntyre. —o— Mf and Mrs Leo Aulich had as their weekend guests, Mr and Mrs A. E. Aulich and Mr and Mrs Roland Aulich and daughter. Dianne all of Mora, Minn. —o— A reception will be held Tuesday evening at the Methodist church honoring the teachers of the Congregation. Mrs W. A. Bartlett is in charge of the program. —o— The Mariners Club of the Presbyterian church will meet Sunday evening at 6 o'clock for a picnic at the Call State Park. The group consists of the young married couples of the church. The first meeling of the Kossuth County Governors Conference on Education will be held Monday, Sept. 12 at 'the Annex building. A. M. Quintard is Chairman and Dean Barnes, Cochairman. Mrs Don Asa and Mrs Marvir. Calhoun were co-hostesses to their sewing club Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Calhoun. Guests were Mesdames Everett Barr, James Whittemore, John Penton, Roger Palmer and Gary McDonald. —o— Mr and Mrs Milch Taylor and family, Mr and Mrs W. R. Willrett and Mr and Mrs Carroll Willrett and family attended a birthday picnic Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Gross at Lone Rock. Birthdays celebrated were those of Mrs Taylor, Larry Taylor, Mr Gross and Nancy and Gail Gross, all of whom have September anniversaries. —o— Larry Johnson, Navy Airman left Sunday for San Diego, after spending a 15-day leave here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Cliff Johnson. He has been attending a Navy school at Memphis, Tenn. for the past several months. He was looking forward to seeing Jerry Parkins who is also sta tioned in San Diego. Larry and Jerry joined the Navy together. —o-— Ruth Shierk was honoree al a bridal shower Mondy evening at the home of Atlia Hardgrove. Assisting hostesses were Mrs Ralph Brown and Mrs Charles Merrifield. Gifts were bathroom furnishings. Guests were Mesdames C. C. Shierk, Lyle Mathes, Jerome Hardgrove, C h a r 1 e s Hardgrove, Kent Seeley, Vaughn Brown, Vernell Hardgrove and Mary Helen Hardgrove. Miss Shierk will be married to Rich- ard Mathos Sept. 15 in an afternoon ceremony at the Presbyterian church. 2 Model Homes Open To Public The very jatest in home construction will bp shown to the public this weekend when Elead M. Wegner Construction Co. offers two new model homes for public inspection. The homes are located at 804 and 814 South Harriet street in the Wellendorf addition. These homes, built by Wegner, and owned by Walter Schildknecht and Wegner, have the ultimate in modern design and comfort. The newest in building technique coupled with novel ideas of Wegner makes these homes truly a "must" to sec for your weekend enjoyment. Tht homes will be open for public showing Saturday from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Sunday from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. In addition to these two homes in Algona, the'farm home of Barney Capesius will also be open for public inspection. This humi> is located 4 mile? east, 3 miles south and a hall cast of Algona on the McGregor .street road. In case of rain the showings will be postponed one week. Complete details of this showing can be found elsewhere in today's Algona Upper Des Moines. I PRICES FOR. SEPT. 9ffi + /Oth • QUANTITY 3HOWN and POWDERED 8OQ8-BOSS -Assorted Flavors CHOC.CItEMe, VANILLA wit. 49 RICH, MELLOW, NOURISHING f>£R LD, WAXTEX t 49 PRICE GOOD THQU SEPT /5 tti SCHOOL LUNCH SPECIAL TO INTRODUCE ROBQ-ROSS Old'Jdshioned PEANUT BUTTER , WARNING! in you mroto . '.' YOU'LL HfVC* K SATISFttO UfTH OTHfRS .' COME Iff and HELP US CELEBRATE OUK 4- Yes, our organijation is 70 years old this week 70 years of co-operation with our mid western farmers in promoting the safe of surplus commodities. 70 years of bringing the finest values to the consumer. We're proud and fatppy about our 70 years of progress.. . and ue'fv thankful to all you doocL friends whose, patronage, /tas made if possible . They're HERE! Late Elberta Colorado PEAOS8ES CRATE September is PORK MONTH! SUPPLIES are HEAVY - PRICES ore LOW! HELP SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL* FARMERS BY SERVING PORK DISHES FREQUENTLY. PORK IS TASTY, NUTRITIOUS. RICH IN "B" VITAMINS - AN ENERGY BUILDING FOOD. EAT PLENTY. FRESH PICNIC PORK ROASTS LB. SWIFTS ORIOLE SLICED BACON l-LB. PKG. Only One Grade—THE VERY BEST GROUND BEEF 3 LBS. 89* MINUTE STEAKS, U, • « C8c Piece or Sliced BIG BOLOGNA Armour's if CMkwl SALAMI ARMOUR'S * CANADIAN STYLE BACON 1.75 BUSHEL 3.98 CANNING PEARS WASHINGTON EXTRA-FANCY BARTLETTS 14-Lb. 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