The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 8, 1962 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 8, 1962
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William Wenzel Funeral Held At Swea City Funeral services ror William 0. Wenzel, 82, former Swea City butcher, were held at i p.m. Friday at the Barnes Funeral Home at Swea City. Rev. E. R. Maus officiated and burial followed at the Lutheran cemetery at Belmond. Graveside rites were also held there. Mr. Wenzel died at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 1, at Holy Family hospital, Estherville. He was taken there by ambulance the night before and had been In poor health for a' number of years. Born May 20, 1879 at Tiskawau, 111., he was a long-time resident of Swea City and Ledyard where he operated butcher shops in the past. During recent years, he had been employed at several retail stores in the Swea City vicinity. Besides his wife, Lois, he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Fay Howard and Mrs. Morris Zander, both of Pacifica, Cal.; a son, Clifford, Paris, Mo.; a step- son, Louis Alver, Sioux City; four brothers; two sisters; 11 grand children; and six great-grandchil dfen. 15 Cars, Trucks Registered Here A total of 15 new cars and trucks were licensed at the county treasurer's office here,during the past week. New vehicles were registered by: Chevrolet — Orla Jane Smith, Algona; Henry Juchem, Wesley; Kossuth Motor Co., Algona; John V. Cruise, Wesley; Mrs. Dorothy M. Weiland, Wesley. Ford — Mor-Gro, Inc., Irvington, pickup; Paul Blumer, LuVerne; R. S. McWhorter, Burt; W. T. Rich, Algona; L. C. Dittmer, Lone Rock. CMC — A. J. Gotten, Algona, pickup. IHC — Farmers Co-Op Society, Wesley. Chrysler — Wm. Wirtjes, Lakota. Dodge — Geraldyne Faye Balleu, Burt. Mercury — R. E. or Jean Reynolds, Algona. PHOTOGRAPHER A. J. Finn of Jefferson is starting on his second 50 years in the photography business in that town. You're more sure of the crop when you're sure of the seel PLANT ® PIONEER ft • registered trademark of Pioneer Hi-Bred Cow Co. PIONEER Corn SEE or CALL GET YOURS FROM YOUR LOCAL PIONEER SALESMAN: R. I. Mawdsley Algona Aaron Steussy _. Algona fed Hoover, Sr. Algona Henry^Schroeder -*_--.._ Lone Rock Sjiene Kofic&lh* '+?. !?'_', L.. _ I.. Bode Walter Vaudt _ Whittemore Robinson Produce Wesley Jack Dethmers — Garner District Sales Mgr. Former Pastor At Ti tonka Dies Suddenly Titonka — Rev. William Laing Patterson, 79, died suddenly of a heart attack Apr. 23 at Langley Park, Maryland. He was born in Holbeck Leeds, Yorkshire, England. He came to the United States in the early 1900's. He was a graduate of Cliff College, Derbyshire, England. He served in many Iowa churches, and was pastor of Titonka-Doan Methodist churches for nine years. He moved to Langley Park in 1947 from Titonka. Survivors are his wife, and two sons. Pastor Installed Pastor Albert Q. Gcrtstmann moved to Titonka May 1, with his family. He was installed as pastor of Good Hope Lutheran church Sunday afternoon at services conducted by Rev. 0. L. Olson, Buffalo Center, interim pastor. 18 Confirmed Eighteen young people were confirmed at morning services at the Titonka-Doan Methodist churches. Those received into the Titonka church were Nola Boekelman, Ruth Beed, Linda Budlong, Brenda Eden, Jeanne Gingrich, Diana Isebrand, Roger Akkerman, Philip Jaren, James Isebrand, Harlan Krominga, Vaughn Krominga, and Douglas Schutjer. The Doan group included Jane Buffington, Wynette Girard, Nick Alexander, Robert Boleneus, David Hoover, and John Stratton. Fireman's Ball The annual Fireman's Ball was held at the Duncan Ballroom May 4. Sponsored by Titonka firemen, funds raised are used to purchase needed equipment for the department. The Junior-Senior Banquet was held Apr. 28, followed by the prom. The Hawaiian theme was used for decorations, menu, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Eden entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Brenda's confirmation. Present were Mrs. Eden's parents the Lester Hasks of Corwith, and Mr. Eden's mother, Mrs. Louise Eden of Titonka. A spring concert was held at the school Monday evening, under the direction of Mr. Dan Oberholtzer. Numbers were given by mixed . chorus, boys glee club, girls glee club, junior band and senior band. The senior class attended Law Day at Algona May 1. Mrs. Mabel Reimers and daughter Mrs. Richard Webster and her son were visitors over the weekend with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Melvin Ricks and fam- iiy. STANDARD QUALITY ANHYDROUS MMONIA 1—Your most ECONOMICAL source of Nitrogen Nine to 10 cents per Ib. of ACTUAL NITROGEN delivered to your farm. 2—Your most EFFECTIVE form of Nitrogan. It promotes earlier spring growth. 3—Application is made 10 to 12 inches desp in the moisture and root zone. It resists leaching. Your soil is the carrier. 4—With adequate sub-soil moisture and the perfect soil condition we have this year, Nitrogen will pay off at the rate of $3 to $5 for every dollar invested. 5-PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW FOR SIDE DRESSING I There is bound to be a shortage of Ammonia later on. 6—We furnish applicator and tanks. You apply your own; or for a nominal charge we will do it for you. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW WITH THE FOLLOWING AREA DEALERS KRANTZ & KITZSINGER - Titonka, Iowa MURRAY ilEVATQR - Bancroft, Iowa MARVIN PiRKINS - Redman, Iowa OR ORDER DIRECT FROM PLANT MOR-GRO Plant At Irvingtpn, Iowa Phone CY 4-3548 or CY 4-40?cj The Alfred Baades hflv§ moved to Titonka from Buffalo Center. He is employed in the Baade garage here. Thursday evening was open house at the school, when parents were invited to come and view exhibits of their children's accomplishments of the past school year. Lunch was served by the school cooks. Ladles Aid met at Good Hope Lutheran church May 3. Hostesses were Mrs. Con Schmidt, Mrs. Louise Mechler, Mrs. Margaret Harms, and Mrs. John K. Harms. After the meeting, members had their supper, after which the public was served the evening meal. The Neal Boykens have been enjoying a visit of several days of her mother, Mrs. H, Russel of Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mechler entertained their bridge club on Sunday evening. Highs went to the Wm. Ormstroms, and lows to the Bill Amesburys. Titonka Woman's Club held their annual spring party May 3, wh^Ti the senior girls were guests. This was a 6:30 dinner at the H. W. Kitzinger home. Other hostesses were Mrs. M. 0. Givens, Hazel Budlong, Mrs. Sadie Denton, Mrs. B. Brott, Mrs. H. Orthel, and Mrs. C. Brandt. Mrs. Max Goldman of Forest City was guest speaker. Mr. and Mrs. A. Dietrich attended funeral services for his aunt at Guttenberg Wednesday. Announcement has been made that Titonka Telephone Co. is planning to be converted to dial service; possibly by sometime in 1964. Darlene and Sherry Post spent several days last week at the Wilbur Welhousen home while their parents Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Post, also Mr. and Mrs. Evert Post and Mrs. John Ostermann Sr. attended the funeral of Mrs. Carl Kettwick at Minouk, 111. Tobtn home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter O'Green and family were Sunday guests of the Glen Morrows at Fox Lake, Minn. Tom Hurlburt was an overnight guest of Mike Hazelhoff Saturday. IRVINGTON By Marguerite Hayes Swea Cityans Attend Dinner At D-Moines Swca-Eagle — The New Frontier dinner was held Saturday at Des Moines. Candidate for Congress from the 6th district, Don Murray of Bancroft, was introduced. Attending from this area were Franklin (Zip) Koons, county chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Mancil Hurlburt and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Larson and others. Shower Honorce A post-nuptial shower was helc for Mrs. Fred Link Apr. 24 at the home of Mrs. Junior Ellis, with ladies of the Open Bible church as hostesses. Mrs. Ellis had devotions and Mrs. Leonard Peterson had charge of entertainment. Mrs. Tom Preston and Mrs. Lowell Larson sang. Mrs. Walter Mino poured coffee and Darlene and Diane Mino had charge of the guest book and gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson and children visited at the Ben Wibben home at Algona Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Peterson and family visited her sister and family, the Leo Schultz at Cosmos, Minn. The Otto Falks were other guests. The Schultzes became parents of a baby boy, Apr. 17. The boy's name is Gene Edward and he has a sister, Cindy. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schauberger and family and Mrs. Alice Garry visited Sunday at the Francis Walsh home at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lofstrom and William were Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. Marie Pahl at Amboy, Minn, to help her celebrate her birthday. Sunday callers at the Jim Koons home were Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Wooge and family, Forest City. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Treat left Friday for Cross Lake, Minn, to open their summer resort for the season. Mrs. Eva Van Wissman of St. Paul spent the weekend at the home of the Francis Treats. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Peterson were Sunday evening visitors at the Ralph Walker home. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Preston visited her brother and wife, Dr. and Mrs. George Keeney at Mallard Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Johnson visited Sunday at the Beryl Bromley home at Fairmont. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Larson entertained their card club Sunday evening. Guests included the Wendell Ditsworths, Paul Wiechmanns, Ormal Guinns, Jack Reeces, Wallace Dawsons, Art Larsons and Everett Thorsons. Winners of high prizes were Art Larson and Mrs. Dawson, and low prizes went lo Mrs. Ditsworth and Mr. Dawson. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gengler of Whittemore were Sunday evening callers at the Floyd Brekke home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hans dro\e to Storm Lake Sunday to visit their grandson, Darwin Jorgensun, who attends Buena Vista College. They were accompanied by Darwin's parents, the E. G. Jorgcn- sons and sons of Ledyard. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schuler were Sunday visitors at the home of his brother, the Eldon Schulcrs at Blue Earth. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Johanna were Friday guests at the William Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hauenstein and family have rented the tenant house at the J. C. Mawdsley farm, recently vacated by Leonard Hansens, who moved to Irvington. Mrs. Marie Frankl returned Friday after spending several days with relatives at Waterloo. Marguerite Hayes was a guest at the Leo Walters home in Whille- more Tuesday evening at a golden wedding dinner, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Andy Elbert who were leaving Friday for Tacoma, Wash, to celebrate their 50th anniversary May 8 with their only daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Laabs. Judy Coleman is enjoying her vacation now from her duties at Security State Bank in Algona. She left Saturday with her uncle and aunt, the Loren Stevens of Cedar Rapids for Florida. Mrs. Ed Immerfall is now able to get about, having had a walking cast put on her foot Thursday, which she must wear for a month while the broken foot bones are healing. She fell from a ladder Apr. 23. Emmet Fowler of Pipestone, Minn, spent the weekend here with his sister, Mrs. Lee Colwell and brother Claude Fowler. Saturday they and IV-y. B. 0. Davis visited another brother Elmer Fowler in a rest home in Ft. Dodge, recuperating from broken hip. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dole drove to Ames Saturday for Veisha. EIGHTY Mrs Etta Christians of Sibley and her twin sister, Mrs Grace Haycnga of Little Rock recently celebrated their eightieth birthdays. Portland Twp. Leo Clark of Britt took Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch to Mason City Tuesday where Ray consulted an pyc specialist. They returned to Britt where they were dinner and supper guests in the Clark home. Mrs George Peterson of Titonka Tuesday, May 8, 1962 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Maine*—5 called Saturday on Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr and Mrs Harry Quintus of Garner wore Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs Kennedy. Mrs Krhnund Larson and Mrs Ray Filch will attend the W.S.C.S. i general meeting at Burt Friday. I Mrs Ear! Miller was a Monday visitor of Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ituber and Gary were visitors in the Robert Wood home Sunday. Mi and Mr.* Howard Sparks visited Mr and Mrs Kenneth Bolie and family. Milliard, Sunday. Ws such a joy on a busy day. ,. WE I DISPOSABLE I; EiimBAGs \ /or all General Electric Vacuum Cleaners ONLY $1.25 For b«if performance ui« only bogs bearing this trademark, 1 ELECTRIC bog* BEECHER LANE APPLIANCE ALGONA CY 4-3613 to have a phone a reach away! Handy phones in basement, kitchen, bedroom save you countless steps and precious minutes throughout the day. And you can choose from many different models in a range of pleasing colors—space-saving wall phones; regular table models; or the compact new Princess phone withj built-in night light. TO ORDER any of these inexpensiyo services, or / for more information, call the .Northwestern Bell business office, or ask your telephone serviceman. THE BELL CHIME announces calls from a central location in your homo. Can bo set for melodious chime, loud or conventional ring.^ Northwestern Bell Ik in Iowa NOW-BMUTIFUL BUYING DAYS! AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S ONE SLOP SHOPPING CENTER New Monza Convertible—Corvair has gone l) and flipped its top! This one's got front bucket scats and that famous rear-engine scamper that make Monza-ing something special. Jf your dealer doesn't have one, he'll gladly order it. Chevy II Nova 4-Door Sedan—This one fits big families and small parking places with equal ease. Gets all kinds of spunk from a gas-sippiu' 6. You never saw luxury and low cost so beautifully blended. Or so easy on upkeep. <) liel Air l-l>ixir Sedan -Tlieso (!::'. -, V"U M lie |>!'i I ty l,.ii''l |i,ii ID li' i :i n.lire I 'MM !\il l< : r. I !.:i', IMS 1- i> Hel A.r. 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