The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1962 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 8, 1962
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(la.) Upper Dei Maine* tuesefuy, May 8, PM At Lone Rock Plans A June Guest Day Lone Rock — The monthly meeting of the Presbyterian Women's Organization was held May 3. Mrs. Delmar Fischer led the program with devotions honoring mothers, followed by the lesson by Mrs. Jim Marlow. Mrs. Dennis Priebe described her impressions of Pres- byterial. Plans were discussed for next month's Guest Day. Mrs. Bernard Miller and Mrs. Delmar Fischer read a paper from Presbyterial. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Roger Jensen, Mrs. Alex Krueger, Mrs. Fred'k Schultz, Mrs. Eldin Marlow and Mrs. Milton Madison. Mrs. Bud Miller and Lynn visited Mrs. Jim Marlow Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Al Olson of Davenport were Saturday visitors at the Louie Householders. They were on their way home from the World's Fair at Seattle. Mrs. Joe Lynch and Cathy visited Mrs. Carl Simmons at Armstrong Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Allwin Lockwood and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Dale Lockwood home at Swea City. Coffee guests at the Frank Dreyer home after the play Monday night were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tieman, Burt; Wanda Grlsharn, Algona; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schmidt; Mrs. Everett Dreyer; Mr. and Mrs. David Dreyer; and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Dreyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Long visited Sunday at the home of her sister Mrs. Mary Zimmerman and family at Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olson, Algona, accompanied them. Sunday dinner guests at the Leslie Baxter home were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dammann of Corning, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Baxter and Darrel Dean, Algona. Paula Lockwood stayed overnight at Laurie Marlow's home. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Sanford and children were Saturday night guests at the E. A. Lee and Alfred Krueger homes. The Sanfords. Lees, and Mrs. Frank Dacken were Sunday dinner guests at the Alfred Krueger home. Mrs. Alfred Schultz and family of Ottosen visited Saturday at the Maude Blanchard home. Mrs. Louie Householder visited her sister Friday at St. Ann hospital, Algona. Friends visiting Terry Weisbrod Saturday night in honor of hi birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Har vey Rath of Algona; Mr. and Mrs Leonard Hoist and Yvonne, Al gona, and Mr. and Mrs. Dali Wegener and Connie and Jerry. Afternoon visitors last Sunday a the Merwin Marlow home wer° Oscar Riley, Mrs. Catherine Col lins, Mrs. Sam Necker and Id Riley. • Nurseries • Bathrooms • Kitchen Woodwork • Toys, Wagons • Trikes, Bikes • Play Gyms • lawn Chairs • Garden Tools, etc. Super washable—wears like porcelain. A. lovely soft, gloss finish, wonderful for surfaces that take hard wear, need daily cleaning, or are constantly exposed to weather. Available in 14 popular premixed colors, priced below. (Plus 100's more decorator shades priced sli.ghtlv^higher.) A neighborhood card party was held at-the William Marlow home Sunday night. Raymond Bierle won high prize and Willie Krusc, low. June Welsbrod won high prize and Viola Dacken, low. Allwin Lockwood won travel. Mr. and Mrs. Art Ztimach and Mrs. Carl Zumach visited Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Peter and boys at Alpha, Minn. Sunday. Mrs. Harlan Blanchard and Jonathon and Mrs. Woodrow Pettit visited their mother Saturday In a rest home at Estherville. Sunday dinner guests at the Junior Hurlburt home u-rrt 1 Air. and Mrs. Omar Smith and family of Marathon; Mrs. Lena .iiirtfcer- meier, Albert City; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Benna and family. Albert City; and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sctuidendorf and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Mare Moore ca!-1 led at the E. E. Hanna home Saturday. j Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Newbrwch spent Sunday at the home o« Mr?. Cora Terwilliger. The Idle Hour Club m<?S Apr. ;*'>: at the home of Mary Twites Mar-; jorie Person was in charge of entertainment. Lunch \v.ts servod. The next meeting will be at the home of Rita Schroeder May SO. j Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tinges j and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Art Person home. Sunday dinner guests at the Dale Schroeder home were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Shaser, Mrs. Hattie Shaser, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rath, Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rath and John, Mr. and Mrs. William Rath, Mrs. Emma Hurlburt and Rachael and Mary. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller anc boys visited Friday evening at the Ervin Borchardt home. Sunday visitors at the Chas. Mor ris home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Johnson and Janet from Cowrie and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mabee Story City. The Sentral Band gave its spring concert Wednesday night Also featured were a trombone trio, a male quartet, mixed chor us, boys glee club and junior high chorus. "Drummin 1 Thro' the Rye", a band selection, featured a percussion ensemble. The concerl was presented by the music department of the Sentral school under the direction of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jones. Rev. Wilbur Sanford. missionary from Argentina, was guest speaker at the Lone Rock Presby- .erian church Apr. 29. spent Sunday at home. Also visiting at the Osbofn home was Sharon Hanson of GraettiBger. *Mrs Martin Wilberg attended the Mother-Daughter Banquet at St. Olaf college, Northfield, Minn., Wednesday evening as guest of her daughter, Lois. She spent the night there and returned home the following clay. Bertha Olsen accompanied Miami Mrs Dennis Hoien and Mr and Mrs Albert Danielson of Armstrong to Mason City Sunday where they visited Mr Charles Nelson, a patient for the past four weeks at the Mercy hospital. Mr and Mrs Walter Zentnfif of Algona visited recently at the Bertha Olsen home. Bertha Gardner of Fairmont spent the past week at the Raymond Gardner home. She was recuperating from a recent illness. Other dresses were modeled by Mesdames Wm, Beck, Jude Hill, Walter O'Green, Richard O'Green, Alvin Richardson, Sr., Penny Guycr and Walece Schmicking, their 60 wedding anniversary. They dren and £wo great-great grttd. $2.19 Quart $1.29 Pint STOEBER HARDWARE In Friendly Fenton OUR OWN HARDWARE Carrie Jensen Is Honored By Seneca Friends Sonera — Mrs Carrie Jensen oh- erved her 77th birthday April 25. n honor of the occasion relatives .ropped in and surprised her. En- oying the courtesy were Mrs Jennie McGreogr, Mrs Wm. Christensen of Swea City; Mrs Calvin Jonsen of Armstrong; Mrs Gene Madsen of Rolte; Mrs Victoria Clausen of Swea City; Mrs Cecil Thorson Swea City; Mr and Mrs Ernest Du Vary of Dolliver and the Riehar' Du Varys of Estherville. The following afternoon neighobr came in for coffee. Among these were Mrs 0. K. Patterson of Ringsted; Mr and Mrs Donald Cronk and children; Mr and Mrs C. O. Bailey; Mr and Mrs Bernard Jensen; Mrs Cecil Baldwin, and Mrs Alfred Petersen. PTA Sponsors A Style Show At Swea City Swea City — Styles of 1962 as well as years gone by were shown at the annual PTA style show given by girls of the home economics d e p a r t in e n t of the school. Mrs. Lloyd Johnson is the teacher. Senior girls modeled their prom dresses. They included a light blue party dress worn by Treva Peterson; yellow lace dress of Marlys Patterson; Elaine Verbrugge had a ballerina formal of white nylon. Lorraine Kracht's dress was blue. Dresses of late 1800 and early 1900 were modeled by several ladies. They included a pioneer dress worn by Mrs. Eunice Sanders. Mrs. Kenneth Mullarkey wore a black dress from Civil War days; Mrs. Darrel Newlin wore a white with black stripe from World War I days. Mrs. Kenneth Seylar wore a swim suit of 1918, complete with black stockings. IF YOU NEED DE KALB SEED CORN WE HAVE IT! 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Bailey's Store In Friendly Fenton S.oao.oo;o:ao:aao>a:«o:om^ MEN AND MACHINES BEHIND YOUR ELECTRIC SERVICE HOME DECORATING COLOR CENTER Seneca Stars The Seneca Stars 4-11 Club met at the home of Ann Fortney Monday evening Plans for the Mother's Breakfast, which will be held in the near future, were made. Panic-la Kauffman gave a talk and demonstrations were by Becky Jensen and Kathy Bergum and Linda rCrachl and Ann Fortney Talks were also given by Jill Jensen and Audrey Bergum. mothers were Mrs Ted Jen.-x.-n and Mrs Woodrow Kracht. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE and CEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Re*. Phono 60 HANTELMAN BUILDING SERVICE For Building - Remodeling PHONE 125 or 17 Dr. E. W. Ruske DENTIST Office Phone 79 Residence 25 Fenton, Iowa The Fenton REPORTER Is The Only Publication Printed That Takes An Interest In Fentonl LLOYD M. BERKLAND licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm loans And Avetion Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa \iu-nd Wedding Sentcans attending the wedding of Donna Jean Larsen, East Chain, Minn and Bobby Butterfield of Minneapolis Saturday evening at Chain included Mr and Mrs Russell Miller, Mr and Mrs Clarence Men*. Roger and Anne; Mr and Mrs John Johannesen and Ronald, Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg, Jerry, and Raymond; Mr and Mrs Henry Looft and Dwane Johannesen. Parents Night Seneca Luther League held a Parents Night Sunday evening at the church. The group and their parents enjoyed a fellowship supper and program. The program opened with devotions by Richard Hansen, after which Judy Cherland and Jill Jensen presented readings. The highlight of the program was a film, "Youth on the Beach". Seneca Lutheran church held their spring mission meeting May li, with Pastor B. A. Helland, Minneapolis, guest speaker. Mrs Lester Osborn was brought home from Holy Family hospital Sunday afternoon, having undergone surgery on Friday Their children, Mr and Mrs Morgan Tennyson and son of St. James, Minn., and Laii> Ooborn of Omaha, Ncbr. OPERATING CENTER of Sutherland' Station. Operating engineers Dick Holley and Leonard Hall, keeping ,..,. continuous check through teleft&tering arid electronics of the entire process of generating power throughout the plant. ONE OF SEVERAL Buttons, Dials and Meters are An Important Part of Your Better Electric Living OWA COMPANY E fin JriYWtor-Ownttf {/Wfr Helping KW Affier/c

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