The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 21, 1956 · Page 7
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February 21, 1956 The Algona Uppet Des Moines oas the largest circulation in Kos> suth county of any publication. GAS-TOONS KEN & LEO'S Mdrlin Linde, Swea City, To Wed A Fairmont Girl "The cashier will give you the KEY." Excellent service is lhe"key" lo customer satisfaction ..'... WE KNOW1 KEH & LEO'S Phillips ''66" Service Bulk Tank Wagon Service Phone 967 East State St. Swea & Eagle—Mr and Mrs Reid E. Young of Fairmont announce the engagement of their daughter Rutham Elizabeth, to Marlin Linde, son of Mr and Mrs Harry Linde ,Swea City. Miss Young, a graduate of Fairmont high' school, will graduate Junt 1 from Mankato State Teachers College, where she is majoring in elementary education Marlin Linde, a graduate 01 Swea City high school, attended the University of Iowa, Iowa City, taking a course in business administration and is emoloyed with the New Idea Implement company as saels supervisor \ at Omaha, Neb. After the wedding planned in June the couple will live ih Omaha. Mr and Mrs Mervin Johnson became parents of a daughter, born Monday Feb. 13 at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. The baby weighed 7 pounds and 2 ounces and . has been named Theresa Lee. The Johnson have one other child a son Douglas. At the home of Rev. and Mrs David I. Frank in Swea City last Wednesday evening the ladies of the Gospel Tabernacle church came to spend evening and present Mrs Frank and her baby son with a- shower of baby gift. Eagle-Ettes Girls 4-H Club held their February meeting Saturday afternoon at the Patty Roal- sons home. Mrs Lloyd Thoreson had each girl make a scale drawing of their bedroom. Refreshments were served by Patty and her mother, Mrs Harold Roalson. Some four hundred club members, leaders, and fathers attended the first session of the North Kossuth 4-H tractor maintenance school held in Swea City. Mr and Mrs Emil Larson, Mr and Mrs Walter C. Peterson, Mrs Francis Torine and son Larry and Jimmie Krumm, were guests Wednesday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson in Swea City on the occasion of the'Larson's son Duane on his 8th birthday. Wm. Mather, Jr. was in Des Moines Thursday where he received advanced Masonic Lodge degree. Mrs Sam Gibson and Peggy Jean, small daughter of Mr and Mrs Floyd Brekke, were patients at the Estherville hospital. Mrs Orville Thoreson was hostess at her home Thursday afternoon of her Lutheran ladies circle. Assisting her were Mrs O. L. Thoreson and Mrs Otto Larson. Another circle met the same day at Mrs Roy Anderson's with Mrs Archie Ditsworth as assistant hostess. Mrs Dettmer Thompson, Mrs Forest Erickson, and Florence Erickson were hostesses of the Baptist Ladies Guild at the Guild Hall on Thursday afternoon. TITONKA NEWS Brownies attended a Valentine party and weekly meeting at the hot lunch rooms at the school house after school Tuesday. Joan Cosgrove, Sharon Geisking and Linda Budlong brought treats for the club. Catherine Trunkhill joined as a member .making the total 19. Mr and Mrs Wm. Peterson and Mr and Mrs Raymond Schutjer returned from a two week's trip in the western states. Mr and Mrs Carl Geisking, Mr and Mrs Henry Mayland Jr., Mr and Mrs Lowell Schmidt, Mr and Mrs .Herman Welhousen, Mr and Mrs Harold Heesch, Mrs Alvina Brandt and Mrs Lottie Beesch attended the 50th wM- ding anniversary of Mr and Mrji Henry Conradi of Cnandier, Minn., Feb. 15. Mr and Mrs Earnest Geisking of Woden also attended. Mrs Conradi was the former Minnie Geisking and a sister of Carl, Earnest and Mrs Lottie Heesch. Mr and Mrs Delmar" Kinseih and Rachael were Sunday supper guests at the home of Mr and Mrs R. W. Jurgens at West Bend. Mrs Henry Korte entertained her friendly sewing club Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Henry DeWall are the parents of a baby boy born Feb. 10. He weighed 4 Ibs'. 12 o?.. and has been named David Allen. This makes the second grandchild for Mr and Mrs Otto DeWall in the lasl monlh. Donald Aukes accompanied Frank Fisher on a business trip to Des Moines Thursday. Mrs Edward Sleeker came home Tuesday from the St. Ann hospital, after she had undergone major surgery the week previous. Mrs Herman Harms slipped while working around the house and sprained her knee and is up and about but has to be aided with the use of crutches. The German Township Homemakers club met at the home of Mrs Henry Van Hove Tuesday. Roll call was answered by 21 ladies. There was a Valentine and hanky exchange. Mrs George Sonnenburg gave some household hints and short cuts in housework too. The next meeting will be March 6th at the home of Mrs Everett Sleper. Miss Amanda Heesch of Des Moines is visiting her sister, Mrs Anna Swyter and other relatives here the past week. She came home with Mrs Swyter from Corwith where they had both been staying the past three weeks while Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer and Rudy were on a trip lo Oklahoma visiting their sons and families, Dr. and Mrs Wilbur Meyer and children of Gushing and Dr. and Mrs Alvin Meyer of Pryor. Dr. and Mrs Pierre Sartor received news that thoir son-in- law, Johnny Bleich, of Brill underwent spinal surgery at the Park hospital in Mason City Friday, Feb. 17. Mr and Mrs Donald Dnllmnn of Irvington are parents of a baby boy born Sunday evening, Feb. 12, nt the Britt hospital. He has been named Edward Murk. Mr and Mrs Dallman have another s6n Billy who is slaying at Ihe home of Mr and Mrs John Boehm while Mrs Dallman and son arc in the hospital. Mr and Mrs W. J. Denlon arrived Saturday afternoon, Feb. 11, after a trip to Florida where they visited Mrs Denton's sister, Mrs Andrew Peterson and her son and wife, Mr and Mrs Bob Peterson of Clearwaler. They were gone about a month and a half. Mrs George Alke accompanied her parents, Mr and Mrs Adolph Haulck of Britt lo Camp Chaffee in Arkansas for a visit with her brother Harold Haulck who is there in service. He will be shipped across before to long and didn't expect a furlough lo ge'. home. 100 Honor Titonka Doctor At Dinner Held Feb. 13 Tilonka — Dr. Pierre Snrtor was honored by the Titonkn Chamber of Commerce meeting held Monday evening, Feb. 13, at the Buffalo Consolidated Schools hot lunch room. Around 100 members and their wives gathered for the occasion. Rev. DeGolia of the Grace Gospel church opened the meeting with a prayer of Thanksgiving before a festive Valentine dinner was served by iM ladies that prepare the school hot lunches. Following the meal a short business meeting was held. Louis Nath, Chamber of Commerce president, then introduced Louis Bnrt- lett who was master of ceremonies and gave a review of the life of Dr. Sartor. Dr. Sartor was presented With a gift from the Chamber of Commerce after which moving pictures were furnished by the Iowa Conservation Commission on Iowa fish and the meeting was adjourned. Attend Institute Fifteen men from the Good Hope Lutheran church and 12 from Iminanuel Lutheran church attended the Brotherhood institute at Waverly, Feb. 14. The Rev. Robert W. Larsen, Chicago, 111., assistant Secretary Division of Student Service of National Lutheran Council, was the guest speaker. The Wartburg College Choir and the Castle singers of which we of Immanuel have a singer named Harris Sonnenburg and the Wartburg band all furnished entertainment. The evening entertainment was a basketball game. Those going from Good Hope were Rev. Schwerin, Wm. Nothwehr, Art Boyken, Bill Fritz, Telko Sleeker, Henry Sleeker Jr., Jerry Boekelman, Bonno Schutter, Herbert Rakow, Frank Fisher, Edward Sathoff, Alfred Redenius, Sylvan Hanna, Ted Van Hove and Johnny Harms. Has Chicken Pox Miss Carol Ann Swan, daughter of Mr and Mrs Gordon Swan, is home recuperating from an attack of the Chicken Pox. Mr and Mrs Dale Higgens and children left Wednesday for Harrington, Kan., where they will visit until Sunday with Mr and Mrs Eddie Scott and Danny. Mrs Scott is the former Betty Ann Miller. Thrifty Shopping Tips . . . FROM YOUR FRIENDLY STORE . . . Elgin Watch Trade-'n-Save Event! 'T/OrHURTS? — ' . • ' , - . Jfi. . v ! , f&ft ** ••' *•) V" *tt '• MStjp ' **> Just 64 a Day Can Help Build Rich,* Red Blood ...Save You from Being Dragged Ouf.^Eosy Prey ,fo minor Ills!*' Nutritional experts reveal vitamin Joues in .1- cooked foods.•plus'faulty diet may bb seri- f ously undermining your energy, strength, and resistance, making you feel'on edge- affecting your appetite—ipoiling your sleep —because yowr body h vitamin and iron starved, •ThM* wmMemt M chit to • vKwnln teftctaflcir occur, only whin d.IlV (nl«S« oi Wl.mTn. 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