The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 23, 1956 · Page 11
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Called To Army, Neighbors Help Pick 45 Acres Corn Swaa & Eagle—Neighbors came in with wagons and pickers to help Dan-old Bishop get his corn out last week Thursday. On Monday Darrold left from Algona to begun service in the army. The men who helped pick out'about 45 acres were Dean Swanson. Arlo nnd Lyle Krumwicde, Fred Johnson. Richard Anderson, Louis and Ronnie Stcnzel, Tom Bishop. Walter Hans, and Dillard and Darrold Bishop. Eagle 4-H Club The Eagle boys 4-H club held their regular meeting Oct. 8 at Center School. Two new members joined club. They were Larry Kluger and Sharon Magnusson. Billy Gies was chosen recreation chairman. It was decided to have a Halloween party at the next meeting. Committees were appointed: For lunch, Judv Pavik. Sharon Magnusson and Beverly Thorson: games, Patty. Roalson, Ronald Roalson, John Pavik and Larry Kluger; Pro- gram, Vincent Pavik, Billy Oies and Howard Roalson. Ronald Roalson gave a talk and Billy Gies gave a demonstration, Lunch was served by the Paviks. Mrs Ronald Johnson took her daughter Sharon to Rochester last week Thursday for a check up by heart specialists. Sharon underwent heart surgery last June and has made a good recovery. Mr'and Mrs H. E. Willhour of EstherviUe were honored on their list wedding anniversary with a family dinner at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Art Kaltved, Sunday, Oct. 14. The Willhours' other daughter, Mrs Clarence Gilbert of Estherville baked and decorated an anniversary cake. A pleasant surprise for Mrs Willhour was the presence of her sister, Mrs Frank Bradley ol Macon, Mo. .The honored couple were presented with cards and gifts from relatives and friends. YOUR INDEPENDENT PROFESSIONAL V INSURANCE YAGENT L,. S. Bohannon You save money by choosing an insurance pros) cram designed to fit your special needs. 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Mr and Mrs Harold Bentele of Truman, Minn, became parents of a son born Friday, Oct. 12, at Community hospital in Fairmont. This is the couple's second child, both sons. Harold is a son of Mr and Mrs Frank B ( entcle, formerly of here. Mrs Robert Bargert and children Barbara and Richard of Tucson, Ariz, arrived last week Tuesday to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs .Fred Berggren and sister, Mrs Wayne Thompson and her family. Mrs Merton Roalson was hostess at her home of the Lutheran Ladies Circle II on Thursday afternoon. 43-44' Kay Beardsley, Joe Cayou Wed At Livermore Livermor© — Kathryn Beardsley, daughter of Dr. and Mrs R. W. Beardsley, was united in marriage to Joe Cayou, son of Mr and Mrs O, J. Cayou of Tucson, Ariz.. formerly of Livermore. The double ring ceremony was performed by Father P. M. Sturm. She was attended by the groom's sister, Mrs Richard Sawyer. The groom was attended by his brother-in-law, Richard Sawyer. During the Mass Mrs Bess Devine, Mrs Keith Logue, Mrs Lucy Conley, Marilyn McKenna and Mrs Frank Cox sang "On. This Day Oh Beautiful Mother," "Oh Sanctimus", "Oh Lord I Am Not Worthy", and "To Jesus Heart All Burning'', with Mrs Tom McKenna, organist. Following the wedding a breakfast was served to the immediate relatives at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs Howard Barton and Mrs Milton Bergum prepared the breakfast. Mrs L. E. Kay and Mrs Jessamine Miller were table waiters. The newly married couple left on a wedding trip and will go to Tucson, Ariz., where they will make their home for a short time. The groom will attend Iowa State College in January. Both the bride and groom are graduates of the Livermore High school. The groom returned ^n September from two years service. One year he spent in Alaska. Guild Meeting The October committee of the Sacred Heart Guild entertained the Guild members in the parish hall Tuesday afternoon. The meeting opened with the recreation of the rosary led by Father P. M. Sturm. Following the meeting th n afternoon was spent in playing five hundred. Refreshments were served by Mrs George Foth, chairmen, and Mrs Arnold Kellner, co-chairmen. Others were Mrs Richard Sawyer, Mrs Edward Hansen. tended the meeting. Mrs Alvin Berte and infant son have returned home from Mercy hospital in Fort Dodge. Funeral services for Dafcy Lee Blumer, infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Norlan Blumer, was held Wednesday morning at 10:30 in the Braces' Funeral Home. The Rev. Luther Broeunig, pastor of the Bethel Lutheran church officiated. Burial took place in Babyland in Memorial Park Cemetery in Fort Dodge. The baby was still born Monday at the Lutheran hospital. Mrs Dick Schultz entertained the Deal and Chat club at her home Thursday afternoon. Contract bridge was the afternoon's division. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Harold Stoddard, Mrs T. D. Rossing and Mrs Robert Wonderley. Invited guests were Mrs Harold Stoddard, Mrs Nora McDonnell and Mrs Donald Armstrong. There was a triple birthday party at the home of Mrs Louis Seward honoring the birthdays of Mrs Seward, Mrs Larry Wilson and Mrs Carl Underberg. Those attending the parties were Mrs Mae Reeves, Mrs Anna Nelson, Mrs Nettie Brovold, Mrs Mary Houck and the honored guests. The afternoon was spent socially. Each lady was presented with silver to buy a gift with. A pot luck luncheon was served. Mrs Anna Welter entertained the Just For Fun Club members at her home Wednesday afternoon. Following a dessert luncheon auction bridge was the afternoon's entertainment. High prize went, to Mrs Clifford Baker, other prizes went to Mrs Elmer Gronbach and Lena Altman. The Equality Club members were entertained at the home of Mrs Richard Dumphy Tuesday afternoon. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Jessamine Miller. Roll call, name a pictures spot in America. Scripture reading by Mrs Dumphy. A social hour followed. Refreshments were served by Mrs Dumphy. Mrs Harry Clark opened her home to the 20th Century Club members Tuesday afternoon. After the business meeting conducted by the president the Roll Call was original Art Display and Art was given by Mrs Edith Johnson. "Rotary Art Collection" and Penny Art Fund. Refreshments were served by Mrs Clark. Mrs Tommy Kissinger was hostess to the Neighborhood club Tuesday afternoon at luncheon. Five hundred was played during the afternoon. High prize went to Mrs Harold Stoddard, traveling prize to Mrs John Sorlie and consolation to Mrs Henry Groh. High guest prize to Mrs Harold Stoddard. Eastern Stars held a 0:30 pot luck supper Tuesday evening honoring the Past Matrons and the Past Patrons. After the dinner .the business meeting was conducted and a .skit was put on by some of the Eastern Star members. The Presbyterian ladies aid were entertained at the home of Mrs Tommy Kissinger Wednesday afternoon. The devotion? were given by Mrs Kissinger. The aid planned on having e smorgasbord Nov. 11 in the church dining room. Refreshments \vr-re served by the hostess Mrs Frances Blasen and two •sons of White Lake. S. D., Mrs George Lenertz and Mrs Alvin Lenertz visited Wednesday at home of Mr and Mrs Gus Bosal- lis' aunt Mrs Jessamine Miller was guest speaker at the R. F. O. M. Club meeting in Gilmove City Tuesday. Mrs Edna Goodenough also at- VOTE FOR CHARLES H. NEWEL DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION AS KOSSUTH 4th DISTRICT UPERVISOR EXPERIENCED AND WITH A RECORD OF ACCOMPLISHMENT FOR THE DISTRICT (42-43«) Frank Rakow, JO, Rites At Titonka, Oct. 12 Ti Ion It a—Funeral services were held for Frank Rakow, Friday, Oct. 12, at the Good Hope Lutheran church in Titonka with Rev. B. H. Schworin officiating. Swan Funeral Home, was in charge of the arrangements. Interment was in the Lutheran cemetery. Frank Albert Rakow, son of Albert and OUilie Rakow, was born in Wright ctnjrity, Iowa on March 26, 1886. , The family moved to the Rakow farm near Titonka in 1893. In' 1900 the Rakow family was one of six families to organize the Good Hope Lutheran church. On Sept. 25, 1912, he was. united in marriage to Dora Kuchenreuther in Good Hope Lutheran church. To this union was born three chil- dilen. two of whom preceded him in death. About 2 MJ years ago, he became bedfast, having suffered a number of paralytic strokes. During this time he .remained his cheerful self, being ministered by his faithful vfite. On Tuesday, Oct. 9 at 10 a.m. he passed away. Preceding him in death were two brothers. Surviving are his wife, a son and family, Herbert and Alice Rakow, three grandchildren, Victoria, Cynthia and Kristin Rakow; one sister, Mrs Anna Missal, and many Christian friends. He had attained the age of 70 years. Pallbearers were Darrell Bess, Ubbe Meyer, Jake Geigler George Alke, Edward Boykori and Wm. Fritz. In N»w Location. Louise Sachau has moved her Beauty Salon from the basement rooms to the room recently vacated by the Public Library. The later part of last week and first few days of this week have been spent in redecorating and is now open for business. New Daughter Mr and Mrs Bud Alke are the parents of a baby daughter, born Sunday morning, Oct. 14, at the Hancock Memorial hospital at Britt. She weighed 7 Ibs. 9 o/ and has been named Kathleen Lois. They have one other child, a son. In Hawaii Exercises Loren A. Sleeker, son of Mr and Mrs Telko C. Sleeker, of Titonka, recently participated in Organization Day activities with the 25th Infantry Division in Hawaii. Pfc. Stecker, a clerk in Company L of the division's 14th Regiment, entered the Army in July 1955 and completed basic training at Fort Carson, Colo. The 21 year old soldier attended a year of college, at Waverly in 1954. Farewell Courte«y About 30 neighbors and friends held a surprise farewell party for Mrs Ernest Godfredsen Tuesday afternoon. The afternoon way spent socially after which lunch was served by the guests. Mrs Godfredsen was presented with a gift by the guests. Mr and Mrs Godfredsen plan to move Nov. 1 to Clear Lake where they will Wake theft nofne. Ernest has beeft working the past few months at Mason City for Lehigh Cement. Mr and Mrs Russell Krominga entertained a few friends in honor of Dean Korte's birthday. Those present were Mr and Mrs Henry Korte Sr., Mr and Mrs Henry D. Harms, Vicki Lou and Bradley of Titonka and Mr and Mrs Raymond Krominga and family of Lakota. Mrs George Sachau returned from the Park hospital at Mason City- Wednesday after undergoing major surgery the week previous. Miss Myrtle Sachau of Chicago, 111. who had been visiting the Sachaus remained for another week to care for the family. Henry D. Harms has begun working on his new job as mechanic at Blomster's Chevrolet at Lakota, Monday morning. He has recently been the mechanic for Frank D. Fisher Chevrolet in Titonka for a number of years. Henry plans to drive back and forth until other arrangements are made, Mr and Mrs Alfred Baade are parents of a baby daughter, born at the Dolmage hospital in Buffalo Center, Friday, Oct. 19. She weighed 7 Ibs. and has been named Cnythia Ann. This is the first child for the parents . Mrs Baade was the former Phyllis Swyler. Maternal grandmother is Mrs Harm Kettwick and Paternal grandparents are Mr and Mrs Dick Baade. Mr and Mrs Henry Korte and Mrs Henry Plasier attended the funeral of Mrs Korte's brother, Dick Greenfield of CastleWood, S. D. Friday, returning home on Saturday. Mrs Plasier is a niece of Mr Greenfields. Mr and Mrs Henry Korte and Dean plan to leave November 1st for Alburqurque, N. M., where they will make their home. They have already taken a load of furniture to their new destination. Nygaard Girls Prairie 4-H Host The Prairie Pals met Oct. 13 with Julie and Melissa Nygaard. New officers were installed by Gloria Wise as follows: Julie Nygaard, president; Delores Studer, vice president; Merle Ann Harig, secretary-treasurer; Carol Grundgenett, historian; Ruth Wise, reporter; Nancy Downs, photographer; Gloria Wise, music; Darlene Studer, librarian; Melissa Nygaard and Mary Lou Grandgenett are the recreation committee. Melissa Nygaard and Ruth Lickteig gave demonstrations. Mrs Wise explained the new year's club program and handed out record books and materials. Jocye Ptacek is a new member. Darlene Studer and Ruth Wise made corsages for the officers. The 4-H club members presented the leader with a gift in appreciation of her club service. Install Officers Of Cresco 4-H The Crosco CHums 4-H club met in the Arthur Gade home for their October meeting. The officers for the coming year was installed. They were President, Deloros Eisenbarth; vice president, . Madonna Gisch; secretary, Eunice Gade; treasurer. Ann Smith; historian, Theresa Thilges; reporter, Betty Besch; photographer, Jeanne Ann Fried- eres; music chairman, Sheryll McNeil!; recreation, Lucille Gade. The Initiation of Donna Mae Thilges, Sheryll McNeill and Alice Patterson as members also took place. The new officers, members and the leaders Mrs Chamberlain and Mrs Gerber were presented with corsages. Then Eunice Gade had the girls and guests visit her refinishod room that she had the honor to take to the State Fair as a Home Furnishing Exhibit, The Club officers, and leaders are to meet Oct. 27 at the Gade home to plan and make out our new year's program. 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