The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 1, 1966 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, December 1, 1966
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6-Ate«na (1e.) Upp«r Ott MolnM Thursday, D*e. 1, 1966 McArthurs Of Una Rock, 40th Anniversary LONE ROCK - Mr. and Mrs. Wallace McArthur of Lone Rock celebrated rheir 40th wedding anniversary on Monday Nov. 21, by entertaining about 40 friends, relatives, and neighbors at the Lone Rock Legion Hall. There was a tea table decorated with red roses, and Mrs. Otto Richter cousin of Mrs. McArthur, from Elmore, Mini, poured. The evening was spent playing cards, and prizes were won 'oy the following. High prize for the ladies was won by Mrs. Otto Rich'.er, Mrs. Ralph Thompson of Algona won low, Mrs. Dick O'Donnell won the plate prize, and Mrs. Aelred Hlldman of Burt door prize. High prize for the men was won by Mr. Aelred Hlldman, Mr. Jake Smith won low, and Julian Cherland travel prize. Mrs. Nellie Miller of Wykoff, Minn., sister of Mrs. McArthur came on Saturday to spend two weeks with the McArthurs. Ceramic Show At Burt Set For Dec. 3-4 BURT -, Members of the "Town and Country Ceramics" club are holding a two-day Ceramic show this coming Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 3 & 4. The show will be held from 1 to 9 p.m. on Saturday and from . 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday in the • former Bernle's Market Bull- ding. Beautiful ceramic work by ' members will be on display and hand made ceramic gifts will be given away hourly both days. The public is cordially invited to come in register, browse . around and enjoy a cup of cof- • fee and a cookie, courtesy of : the club. - o Members of the Burt Blue Birds 4-H Club will meet at the : Russell Patterson home at 7:45 • pjn. Monday, Dec. 5, with Kathi iiand .Cindy Patterson as hos- fTtesses. Girls are asked to note the change of meeting date. This ' will be the annual Christmas party with a $1.00 gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews entertained at dinner on Sunday, guests included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mertz, Wesley Scott and Shawn Stevens, West Bend, Mary Broesder, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Micliael Scott and Armande and J. D. Andrews. Mrs. Ella Meyer spent Thanksgiving with her daughter and : family, Rev. and Mrs. Henry • Friedrichs at Marcus. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Eugene .Meyer, Alan and Joel, who spent the day with her sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Scott and Armande, Mrs. Dorothy Scott, and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Andrews and J. D. joined other . relatives at the Henry Mertz home, Wesley for Thanksgiving. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McMullen, Cheryl and Ronnie, Northwood spent Thanksgiving weekend at the parental G. H. McMullen home. Thanksgiving Day guests at the Carl Reynolds home were Mr. and Mrs. Werner Struecker Bahne, Donny and Arlie, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Struecker, Bode and Mrs. Ves Robinson, Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Dreyer and Mr. and Mrs. 0. T, Cherland attended the Blerstedt - Leek wedding at Trinity Lutheran Church, Algona on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. McMullen went to Des Molnes on Sunday, where the former attended a two- day Income Tax School. They returned home on Tuesday evening. Mrs. John Sewick is a patient at the Dickinson County Memorial Hospital, Spirit Lake, where she submitted to major surgery. Mrs. Paul Schweiger arrived home on Friday from the Lutheran Hospital, Fort Dodge, where she had been hospitalized for 10 days following major surgery. Relatives and friends gathered at the Martin Becker home, Algona on Sunday, for a past •Thanksgiving gathering and to help Mr. Becker observe his 77th birthday anniversary. Attending from Burt were Mr. and Mrs. Prank Becker, and family, Mr. and Mrs. George* Becker and family, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Becker, Mr, and Mrs, Roscoe Mawdsley Jr. and fejntty and Mr. and Mrs. Ray McWhorter. Mr, and Mrs. Gary Abbas and son, MiciwUeft Saturday afternoon for their hope at New Orleans, La., after spending the past 10 days with Ills grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Steward. Oliver (Ollle) Graham entered St. Ann's Hospital the first of the week where he is undergoing tests and receiving medical care. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller called on his brother. R. A, Miller, Royal who Is hospitalized at the Spencer Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kissners were host at a family dinner on Thanksgiving Day. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Presthus, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Marlow and Boys, and Bill Gifford and Phyllis. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Furst and baby, Fort Dodge were Saturday and Sunday guests of her mother, Char Habegar, all were guests at the Duane Habegars, Lone Pjck for a past Thanksgiving dinner on Saturday evening. Guests at the Jerry Wiener home for Thanksgiving dinner and supper were Mr. and Mrs. James Droegemueller, Fairmont, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ulses and Randy, Fenton, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Harms, Brenda, Kirk and Kent, and Mrs. Gordon Wegener and family, Algona. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller entertained in their home for Thanksgiving. Guests included Mrs. Vince Brannon and Mark, Moultrle, Georgia, Mr. and Mrs. O.D.N. Miller, Evanston, m., Mrs. R. A. Miller, Royal, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Miller, Esther- vllle, Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mathers, Bill, Mark, and Kathleen, Laurens, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Miller, Val and Tim, and Mr. and Mrs. Greg Miller all of Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Fredrickson and L.H. Riedel were Thanksgiving Day guests at the Jim Fredrick home, Rockwell. Mrs. Duane Chrlstensen and children, Cedar Rapids spent from Wednesday to Sunday afternoon at the parental Delmar Angus home. Mrs. Chrlstensen is the former Georgia Angus. The Jerry Crows, Des Moines were Friday guests at the home of Char. Habegar. Saddle Club Ride SENECA-Twenty-five Seneca Saddle Club members gathered at the Everett Withams Sunday afternoon for a trail ride. They reported the weather rather chilly for riding and enjoyed the hot coffee and sandwiches awaiting them when they returned to the Witham home. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bergum left early Thursday morning for Newport, R. I., to visit their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. James Bergum. James is in the service and stationed there. The Bergums made the trip by air. Mrs. Nina Kracht and Linda Sue, also Cathy Bergum, Anna Menz and Ann Fortney met at the Fortney home Sunday afternoon and together with Mrs. Fortney, planned the 1967 4-H Club program. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Butterfield of Minneapolis visited the Jerry Wilbergs Saturday evening and accompanied them to Armstrong where they attended the Seneca alumni banquet at the Nazareth Lutheran church Fellowship Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beaver were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at tiie home of their son and family, the Jim Beavers, Estherville. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft and family and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the Jack Loofts, Rochester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Olsen were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the home of their daughter and family, the Everett Zltterichs, Terril. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Christensen and daughters of Decorah visited at the Ted Jensen home Saturday afterooon and accompanied the Jensens -o the Seneca alumni banquet heM it Armstrong that evening. Mr. Christensen was a guest speaker for the evening's program. Ht had the distinction of being the last superintendent at the Seneca Consolidated School. Mrs. Betty Moll and family, Des Moines, spent the Thanksgiving weekend with her parents, the August Nelsons. Mrs. Marvin Larsen's name was unintentionally omitted from the group who were hostesses, at the bridal shower honor Ing, Jean Mae Allen, bride-elect of Daryle Preston, last Wednesday evening at the Legion hall at Swea City. Thanksgiving Day guests of the Raymond Gardners included the former's sister, Mrs. Vera Rogers, also a sister, Hazel of Chicago; a sister Bertha of Fairmont, Minn.; also a son and family, the Virgil Gardners of Estherville, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gardner of Bancroft. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Merrill, Sr., Buffalo, Mo., visited relatives and friends in the Seneca area over the Thanksgiving weekend and also attended the Seneca alumni banquet at Arm strong Saturday evening. Mrs. Edna Johannesen and Larry were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Herman Struekcer, Fairmont. ', Jill Jensen, student at Augus- tana College, Sioux Falls, spent the Thanksgiving weekend with her parents, the Ted Jensens. Join Elevator Staff Ronald Jurgens, manager of the Burt Co-op Elevator, announced the addition of three men to the elevator staff. The new employees are Glen Teeter, Dennis Meister and Elmer Maahs. Injured Cutting Trees SENECA-Friends of Alfred Petersen will be sorry to learn that he was Injured last Friday while cutting wood at the O. R, Patterson farm place at Ringsted. Reports are that he received a neck injury and facial lacerations when a limb fell on him. He Is now in the Holy Family hospital, Estherville. X-rays were to be taken Monday to ascertain the extent of his injury. He hasl>een in traction for the neck Injury. Wins Portable T-V • FENTON - Loren Scarey was the winner of the portable television set given away by the Fenton Firemen and Legion at their annual Feather Party. Shower Honors Algona Girl At Burt BURT - Mary Ann Slgsbee, Algona, was the guest of honor at a pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower held at the Burt Presbyterian church on Monday evening. Marcia Strange registered the many guests present. Beautiful Mum corsgaes were presented to Mary Ann, to her fiance's mother, Mrs. A.L. Rasmussen and to her grandmother, Mrs. Rose Slgsbee, who presided at the coffee service. Also among guests present were Mary Ann's maternal grandmother Mrs. Harold Hobson and fiance's grandmother Mrs. W. H. Deibler, Kanawha. Virginia Becker announced the program of the evening, which in eluded a letter of fond wishes and a "wee bit' of advice to her daughter, received from "Grace" Mrs. Harlan Sigsbee of Florida and read by Mrs. Becker. Also on the program was a vocal trio, Janet and Linda Becker and Pat Sheirbon, who sang two numbers. They were accompanied on the piano by Erna Grover. Evelyn Mawdsley gave a reading and June Sparks closed the program with a very fitting scripture reading, and meditations. Mary Ann was assisted in opening her many beautiful gifts by Sue R&smussen - "and Marcia Strange. Refreshments were seryed from a tea table-decorated in the bride-to-be's colors of green and white. Hostesses for the shower were the Mesdames - Earl Shipler, Howard Sparks, Ray Hoppus, Frank Becker, Harold Becker, Pat McGuire, Wayne Keith, Clifford Lovstad, Ray Dremmel, Ray Westling, Don Mitchell, Tom Trenary, Jay Stevens, Axel Carlson, Henry Smith, Roscoe Steward, Roland Lavrenz, Jack Tie- KELVINATOR OUR Oft DISpLAy APPLIANCES • Automatic dafroiting • Larga Capacity fraeier • Twin porcelain crisp«n • Full width dairy chtsi • Pull ii» *gg ihelf • D«lu<« high- capacity door ihelvei • Magnatic door gatlat Refrigerator Kelvinator Washer and Dryer 9 2 cyclt, normal load— •mail load. • Hot wat«r wa»h, warm rinn, warm waih and cold rint* poiitiv* watar {III. t DoubU tub construction. • No tipantiv* gor riplact- mtnt ntadtd. t $ Ytar parti gu«r«ntet. • 2 ht«t controls. • Autemat'e timj cyclt, dial gi»as you wrinkle (rta drying. • Super d»«p drying, iafa and fait, drum, rtiit corrosion remtan*. Me Fall PLUMBING - HEATING - APPLIANCE man, B.E. Miller, Fred Gebken, Mennet Trunkhlll, Stanley Hack, L. J. Fairbanks and Miss Linda Fairbanks. Mary Ann will become the bride of Airman David Rasmussen in a late December wedding at the Algona Presbyterian Church. - o - Thanksgiving Day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bleich were Mr. and Mrs. 0. T. Cherland, Lone Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sorenson, Algona. Mrs. S. A. Lindblom, Fairmont, Minn is spending several days this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Greise. Den IU Burt Cub Scouts met at the church lunch room after school on Monday nighf. There were seven Cubs present. Den Mother Is Mrs. John Spear and assistant Den Mother is Mrs. Carl Simmons. Games were played and the Cubs worked on gifts for their dads for Christmas. We also had a flag ceremony. Treats were served by- Bruce Hansen. FLYING BROTHERS Dick and Jack McQaillen, Cascade natives, both are in the flying Feld. Dick is a United Airlines captain and Jack is a Major in the USAF. The brothers recently were together for a reunion atDavis-Mouthan AFB, Tucson, Arizona before Major Jack left for a seven month tour of flying in Viet Nam. movie clock THURSDAY thru SATURDAY- Complete Programs begin 7:009:06. "Arabesque" - 7:21 9:22 SATURDAY Kiddie Matinee Complete Program begins-1:30. "Taza, Son of Cochlse" - 2:19. SUNDAY-Complete Programs begin - 1:00 - 3:14 - 5:28 - 7:22. "Alverez Kelly" -1:21-3:355:28-7:47-9:40. MONDAY thru WEDNESDAY- Complete Programs begln-7:00- 9:14. "Alverez Kelly"-7:219:32. COMMISSION Colonel Edtfir* 4 fttfcters, a Manilla nftttt*, t*Hfid his slim eagles, MUglfrllllsnew rank of Colonel U M«A Army, during promotion. MH*onles held at West ft**-*.** feller this month. CtA,t***M, son of Mr. and Mr «, «**££ 8aun- ders, Mantua, fittf^T ^ a professor at At ttA IjUltary Academy, West ftJtttj H,T. CARD OF 1 wish to •xtMtiTNiy tfncere thanks to all my fiWnda and relatives for the gift* *«•«« and visits while 1 was «M»ltalized. Also to Rev. m»*&*1** visit* Mrs. Albert UnfM^MH f^nton. \\ \ IN FENTON SATURDAY, DECEMBER] Be Our Guest At FENTON COMMUNITY HALL 4 TO 7 P.M. FREE PANCAKES... FREE SAUSAGE... FREE COFFEE... Sponsored by Fenton Community Club Members •• \ - Donald Hurlburt Wilfred Stoeber Paul Eigler Merle Voigt Roger Ulses . Marion Stuck! • John Bailey Wayne Alderson Ray Preibe James Meyer Rev. Russell Eldridge, Jr. Kenneth Halverson Curtis Lura Robert Mitchell Dr. E. W. Ruske First, Trust & Sav. Bank Voigt Ins. D. G. Koepel Homer Mathiesen ' Dr. W. W. Jolley Charles Feye Dale Weisbrod Arnold W. Hansen Frank McFall William Hantelman Donna Ohm Clarence Yager Lael's Beauty Shop PUBLIC Femon, lowa For the purpose of settling with the Otto Wichtendohl Heirs offer for sale to the highest bidder on December 8, 1966, at 1:tt o'clock P.M. at the farm the following described real estate: LEGAL DESCRIPTION: : . I V : •. &: . .•>";«£ V , '',. The Southeast Fractional Quarter (SE fr. 14) of Section Three (3), Township Ninety-six (96) North, Range Thirty (30), West of the 5th P. M., Kossuth County/ lowa. ' ' - '. • LOCATION: Seven miles west and five and one-half miles north of Algona, lowa. Six and one-half miles north and three miles east of Whittemore, lowa. Three and one-half miles South and three miles east of Fenton, Iowa. Located on blacktop road. SOIL: Webster Silty Clay and Clarion Loam. Good drainage — good state of cultivation, IMPROVEMENTS: Nine-room house, block barn 36x68 x 15, hog house (block) 26x68, block garage 18x20x8, block chicken house 20x36x6, machine shed 24x 40x8, block silo 14x30, crib and granary 24 x 30 x 8. POSSESSION: March 1, 1967. TERMS: Twenty per cent of purchase price upon execution of customary contract on date of sale. Balance on March 1, 1967, upon delivery of deed and abstract showing merchqntable title. Seller reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. AUCTIONEER: lloyd Berkland For further information see McMohpn and Cossel, attorney!, Algona, lowa> or Kenneth Bollinger, Fenton, lowa.

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