The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1955 · Page 68
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1955
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S--Alg6na (la.) Upper Des Moine* Thursday, December 1, 1955 F-B Womenflf Seneca Twp. Met Nov. 29 - Seneca—The Srnorn Fnrm Bu- Teau Women held their re- "gular meeting Tuesday afternoon. Nov. 29, at the homo of Mr.« •Everett Withnm with Mrs John Johanneyen as co-hostrs?. Blakjet Women Meet The Blakjer Women's Missionary Federation met at the church parlors Thursday afternoon with Mrs Martin Wilborg and Mrs John Johannesen a.« hostesses. The program opened with group singing. Mrs Odey Cherland read an article on Evangelism and Mrs Henry Looft presented a reading. Rev. Blockhus gave a brief introduction to the 1950 W.M.F. program series. Refreshments were served by hostesses. Seneca Stars Met The regular meeting of the Seneca Stars 4-H club was held al the home of Janice Sanders at Bancroft. Kathryn Johanncsen presided. The program consisted of q talk by Janice Sanders and a demonstration by Sharon Dorsey. Marilyn Johannesrfv also gave a talk. Hostesses To Club v Mrs Ted Jensen was hostess and Mrs Clarence Yager, co- hostess, to the Fonton Town and Country Women's Club al the former's home Tuesday evening. There were fifteen members in attendance. Topics presented were, "Takf Time For Fine Arts" by Mrs Eugene Mansager • and "Take Time For Crafts" by Mrs John Strueckcr. The group voted a donation tn the Tuberculosis and Heart Fund and also voted to send a box to the school at Woodward. Mr and Mrs Sheldon Merrill Jr. and family of Louisburg, Mo. spent the past week at the parental C. O. Bailey home. Mr and Mrs Fred Behnkc of I Pasadena, Calif, were afternoon callers at the C. O. Bailey home. Mrs Sig Loge was hostess to the Seneca Thursday club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Alvin Godfredsen had charge of the entertainment. Mrs Everett Witham is a new member of the club. Mrs Sieb Behrcnds joined the group at this meeting and Mrs Lawrence Johannesen was a guest. Mr and Mrs Arnold Hauge and Terry of Bancroft were last Saturday evening supper guest.s at the Kenneth Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Henry Wilberg and sons were evening callers.' • LuVerne By Mrs. Fern Bigings DRIRV FOODS Congratulations To Hood's New SUPER VALU STORE \ -fr There You'll Find The Best In Dairy Products . . . from the Algona Creamery MILK CREAM BUTTER Fresh Daily! Dairy Products Are Economical, Nutritious, Wholesome . . . and especially so when they carry the label of your own home-owned creamery ALGONA Co-Operative CREAMERY PHONE 400 - ALGONA Hetutn From Texas Mr and Mrs Wayne Warmbier and Terry, his parents, Mr and Mrs Herman Warmbier, Algona, returned home Sunday evening from a two we-pks trip to San Antonio, Texas, where they visited their sister and daughter Arlene Warmbier, nurse in government hospital there. Mr and Mrs Oscar Hagen and children of Bode visited her mother, Mrs Lizzie Frost, Sunday. They came to help Mrs Frost observe her birthday which was Nov. 19. Mrs A,lice Anderegg of West Bend visited Sunday in the Mr and .Mrs William Bigings home. A pro-Thanksgiving dinner was held Sunday in the Mr and Mrs Charles Bastian home in Vincent. Attending from LuVerne were her parents. Mr and Mrs Jess Jergensen, brothers, Jack Jergensen. Ames, Mr and Mrs Irwin Jergensen and Judy and sister, Mr and Mrs Jerry Smith and Craig. Dr. T. L. Williams, grandson, Mr and Mrs Dale Zentner and granddaughter. Marilyn Zentner visited Mrs Williams' patient receiving treatment in Cherokee Hospital. Askel Nielsen was taken to Lutheran hospital, Ft. Dodge Sunday evening for medical treatment. Mr and Mrs Donald Miller and son Tommy accompanied by his parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Miller of Mason City are spending two weeks on vacation visiting their brother and son, Mr and Mrs Jerry Miller and family, stationed near Almargoorda, N. M. Mr and Mrs Donald Clark of the Clark Grain Company, Galbraith, Mr and Mrs Harold Nielsen spent Sunday and Monday in Des Moines attending a grain dealer's convention. Sally Prior went to Forest City and spent the weekend with her sister, Marsha Prior, teacher in the school there. Mr and Mrs Robert Bigings and children had as visitors Saturday afternoon her father, Hiram Hewitt of Livermore, her sisters, Mr and Mrs Ernest Flickinger, Lloy and Dixie of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Francis Wolfe, Jimmy and Donald of West Bend. They came to help Mrs Bigings celebrate her birthday Nov. 19. The Rev. Harold W. Dellit of Toledo visited at the Fred Merkle home one day last week and enjoyed some pheasant hunting. The Rev. Dellit was a former pastor of the Evangelical United Brethren Church before going to Toledo last May. Mr and Mrs Leon Mitray anct family oj Nekton visited his brother and sister, the Robert Murray family and John Voss, Jr. family Sunday. He also visited his mother, Mrs William Murray in Livermore and his father, a patient in Mercy hospital. Fort Dodge since Nov. 16. Mr and Mrs Fred Baumgartner visited his sister, Mrs Minnie Dickie in Mason City Sunday. Mr and Mrs Wayne Sanford and Connie were. Sunday guests in the home of his sister, Mr and Mrs Irvin McGowan and family at Clear Lake. Gerald Ramus and Victor Baumgartncr visited Thursday to Monday in Des Moines at the home of Gerald's parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur Ramus. Mr and Mrs Harvard Stewart and Lorrie of. Ft. Dodge were weekend viistors in the parental Mr and Mrs Albert A. Sehipull home. The occasion was to celebrate the birthday of Mrs Slewart which was Nov. 19. Charles Sehipull is spending some time at the home of his son, Mr and Mrs Albert A. Schipull. Mr Schipull who will be ninety years lives in Renwick and his health is good for his age. Mrs Marie Stoddard and her son-in-law, Theodore Johnson visited Sunday in the home of Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee in Ottosen. Mr Lee is a brother of Mrs Stoddard. Lloyd Stoddard, Fort Dodge, visited his mother, Mrs Marie Stoddard Sunday and enjoyed some pheasant hunting in the afternoon. , Mr and Mrs Dale St. John and Linda and Miss Lois Hedrick of Fort Dodge visited their parents, Mr and Mrs William Hedrick over the weekend. They came to help their mother, Mrs Hedrick celebrate her birthday, Nov. 19. Burt Bluebirds At Lovstad Home The Burt "Blue Birds" met at the home of Cheryl Lovstad, Nov. 5. Fifteen members answered roll . call. Shirley Sweitert and Carolyn Hinckley talked and Gertrude Hakler gave a demonstration. Record books and goals for this year were discussed. Names were exchanged for the Christmas meeting. The club was pleased to have Kathleen Faber rejoin, the club, and Judy Abbas as a new member. •OTTOSEN By Mrs. Knut Oppeddhl Attend Funetal Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs OMn Haug and Calvin and Mrs Robert Naeve of Dakota City drove to Omaha Friday where they attended funeral services for a brother-in-law of Mrs Kin- scth's, Guy Conway. They also visited Mrs Kinseth's mother, Mrs Rachael Floen at' the Im- marruel Lutheran Home there. The group returned home the same day. Appreciate Band Concert A good and appreciative audi- rnce was present Sunday afternoon when the school band and mixed chorus presented a concert.- A free will offering was taken at the close of the program which netted around $30. Randy Watnem played solo. Numbers were also presented by the Mixed Chorus. During the program Mrs Percy Watnem, president of the Band Mothers, presented a pin to Martha Usher as an award foi receiving a first in the music contest last year. She was a soloist. Previously a pin had been presented to Mai-garet Kelley also a soloist and receiving a first place in the contest. Miss Kelley was a graduate with the class of 1955. At Kin's Riles Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards ;md Mrs Clara Solberg and Oliver Christiansen attended funeral services for J. B. Christiansen at the Methodist Church in Marshall, Minn. Monday. The deceased 'was a brother-in-law of Mrs Richards and a cousin of Mrs Solberg and Mrs Christiansen. ESCAPED Walter Wittrock of Halbur, near Manning, jumped for his life when his tractor ran off an eight foot bridge as he left his field. He received a cracked rib and facial bruises. His seven year old son, riding in the wagon, was unhurt. The tractor broke loose, the wagon stayed on the bridge. Progressive Club ' Sixteen members were present at the regular meeting of the OUosen Progressive Club Tuesday afternoon when that group met at the home of Mrs H. J. Nielsen. Gifts for the secret pals are to be brought in a brown paper bag to the Christmas party meeting which will be Dec. 15, at the home of Mrs Ralph Richards. Mrs Percy Watnem gave the lesson and Mrs Fred Kampen had charge of recreation. Guests were Mrs Clara Solberg and Mrs DeVere Newton and Mrs Guy Kerns and Hilda Nielsen, the latter two ladies of Rolfe. The next meeting will be Dec. 1 at the home of Mrs Fred Kampen. Mr and Mrs Kermit Fowler are grandparents of a son born to Mr and Mrs Edgar Meyer of Ft. Dodge, Nov. 18, at Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge. He has been named Kris Martin. The paternal Family-size King-size Standard size.. . There's nothing like a Coke" For Quality. Convenience DISCOVER.,, the extra conven ience of having Coke at home tq fit every occasion. TASTE ... its extra-bright tang-* so bracing, so distinctive, FEEL . . . its extra-bright energy —a wholesome lift that come% to ,,„. everyone 6ffre(iates King-Size I CONVENIENT SIZES TO FIT EVERY OCCASION NEW SIZES AVAILABLE AT DEALERS IN THE ALGONA AREA BOTTLED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE COCA-COLA COMPANY BY MINERAL SPRINGS COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY, HUMiOtPT, IOWA it grandparents are Mr nnd Mrs Martin Meyer of Rode. Sunday % dinner guests at the Kermit Fbwler home were Mrs Mark Fowler and daughter Edna of Humboldt. Mrs Mike Coyle was hostess to the Ladies Rural Club Thursday afternoon. Mrs Roy Telford gave the lesson on Illinois and Mrs Eugene Hofius had charge of recreation. Mr and Mrs H. D. Benson en* tertained a group at a pre- Thanksgiving dinner Sunday. Sunday dinner guests at the Ted Underberg home were Mr .and Mrs Wallace Underberg and Mr and Mrs Orlin Olson both of Fort Dodge and Mr and Mrs Rudy Olson and Randy of Gilmore City. The dinner was a courtesy for Orlin Olson who'will leave Nov. 30 for the army. Herman Waechter and son Herman, Jr. and nephew, Bill Kerber of Peoria, 111., visited recently at the Antone Waechter home. Despite bad weather three of the members of the Lutheran Ladies Aid attended the Workshop at Sioux Rapids, Wednesday. Those attending were Mrs Sylvan Jacobson, Mrs Olvin Haug and Mrs Harold Mountain. A record number of person." attended the lukefisk , supper served Thursday evening in the church parlors. About $470 was taken in. • Mr and Mrs Elmer Strahm of Sabetha, Kan. visited from Saturday until Monday at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Silas Banwart. Sunday evening all were supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Richard Schmidt near West Bend. Sunday evening supper guests at the Magnus Bratland home were Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland and family, Albert Bratland and Austin Mitsven all of Bode. Mr and Mrs Hollis Cooper and family were Friday evening supper guests at the LeRay Watte home at Rodman to help Mrs Waite celeJbrate her birthday. Tuesday evening visitors at the Cooper home .were Mr and Mrs MaDean Ludwig and family of Wqst Bend. Sunday dinner guests at the Sam Kropf home were Pastor and Mrs Harold Mountain and Mr and Mrs Richard Kropf and daughter. Ruth Speich of Ames spent the weekend at the parental Antone Speich home. Arland Speich is at the Paul Heggen home at Renwick during chores. Mr Heggen is a surgical patient at the Iowa Lutheran Hospital in Des Moines. Mrs Marie Stoddard and son- in-law, Theo. Johnson, of Lu- Verne visited Sunday afternoon at the Oliver Lee home. Mr and Mrs Thomas Rogness and son Art and grandson Paul of Thor and Mr and Mrs'Bjurno Oppedahl and family and Mrs Bertha Oppedahl of Ft. Dodge visited Sunday afternoon al the John Vinaas home. Mrs Leona Daniel and daughters of Humboldt visited Thursday evening at the Loran Daniel home. Margaret Holt left Saturday for a few days visit at the Paul Espinosa, Jr. home at Mason City. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem and Randy were Sunday evening supper guests at the Ed Nissen home at West Bend. Saturday night they were visitors at the Stanley Keith home al Pocahontas. Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and family visited Saturday evening with her grandmother, Mrs Cora Bacon in Algona. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Vincent Sal?, home were Mr and Mrs George Kjar of West Bend and Mr and Mrs Charles Salz of Whittemore. Kenneth and -Nancy D'ahl- hauser of Whittemore spent • a few dnys at the Anlone Waechter home while their parents, Mr and Mrs Jim Dahlhauser attended funeral services for her 'father at Stockton, 111.. WANT ADS BRING H6SULTS WE ARE INDEED HAPPY & PROUD TO HAVE FURNISHED THE CONCRETE BLOCK FOR HOOD'S FINE STORE CONGRATULATIONS! ALGONA BLOCK & TILE MARIGOLD^^^^^^ ^~^_«»^^ I flRMGOLD 1 P ICE CREAM ^ir IS THE CHOICE OF HOOD'S NEW SUPER-VALU STORE You Will Find A Wide Variety of Ice Cream Packages and Specialties In The frozen Food Case. CONGRATULATIONS TO HOOD'S

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