The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 9, 1962 · Page 16
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2-Alflona (la.) Upper Dei Main** Tuesday, October 9, 1962 Honor 13 At Golden Age Ceremony, BurtW.S.C.S. Burl — The Golden Agcrs of the WSCS were honored guests at the October meeting of the Society Wednesday. Each of the 13 honorary members present was presented a corsage. Unable to be present because of ill health were Mrs Ollom and Mrs Grace Bristow. In charge of devotions and pro gram were Benita Mitchell and Tools Hoppus. Included in the program was a poem by Tools Hoppus and a vocal solo by Frances McDonald, accompanied by Gwy- nclh Teeter. The highlight of the program was the showing of a film, "The Good Shepherd' by Howena and Frank Hyerson. The narration was by Lorraine Campncy. Background organ music was played by Mheryl smith. Hostesses were Lurena Soderburg, Florence Spear, Lydia Man us, Barbara Harms, Marian Westling, Louise McFanand and Sharon riicliards. "Golden Agers" present were Mayme Schrader, ttta Holdren. Burtha Wallace, Clara Marlow. Lottie Isenberger, Pearl Dutton, Cora O'Keefe, Mabel Campney, Ella Sigsbee, Elizabeth Kennedy, Emma Manus, Edith Cnipman ana Mayme Fitch. Larry Hincklcy and Mike Ball spent the weekend with Larry's sister and husband, Mr and Mrs Don Thomson at Oakdale. Judy Hincklcy, Cedar Rapids, also spent the weekend at the Thorn- sens. The men attended the Iowa football game Saturday. Buffet Supper The Sure Woman's club opened their new club year with a buffet supper honoring Airs Don Mitchell, wno is county president and the local lady teachers and wives of men faculty members. The buffet supper was held at the Burt Methodist church at 5:30 p.m. Monday. Officers who will head the club for the coming year presided. They are Mrs Ed Smith Jr. president; Mrs Dean Andrews, vice president; Mrs Harlan Lacy, secretary. Four new members joined the club at this meeting namely, Mrs Larry Holding, Mrs Gary Stokkes, Mrs Ron Charlson, and Mrs Lewis Finch. In charge of the evening's program were Mesdames Don Mitchell, G. M. McMullen, Bill Holmseth, J. L. Miller and J. G. Clapsaddle. The program included a vocal number by the club trio, Mesdames Leonard Stenzel, Larry Holding and Gary Stokes, accompanied by Erna Baars. Dedicating of the year's program books in honor of Mrs Don Mitchell, county president by Mrs G. H. McMullen. Announcement was made by the president of Ihe district meeting to be held at Emmetsburg Oct. 7. In charge of the buffet supper were the Mesdames Dale Lockwood, Pat Bradley, B. K. Bohnson, E. P. Fredrickson, Elsie Lockwood and K. J. Smith. Col fee Hostess Approximately 25 ladies attended the Republican Women's coffee at the home of Elsie Lockwood Tuesday afternoon. The guests were greeted at the door by Mrs Lockwood, county vice president Mrs E. P. Fredrickson was in charge of the program, which included talks by Mrs F. C. Soder berg and Jane Mitchell who spoki. on the activities of young Republicans. Mrs G. H. McMullen, count) treasurer, poured. This was ont of many coffees held throughou the county for Republican Worn en Tuesday. Cheryl Lovstad, Larry Westlmg Dennis Meister and Duane Will relt, all students at Mankalo. spent the weekend with their res pective parents. Mr and Mrs Al Hmckley and Duane spent Sunday at the home of her brother and lunulx, ihc FriU Krohnbergs at Ouutonnu Minn. Mrs Henry Friedrich and children, Marcus, spent several da); l.ist week with her mother, Mrs Ella Mover. Mr and Mrs John Scott. Thompson, spent Friday night and Saturday with the Walter Stewards. Weekend guests at the Don Mitchell home were their son-, Norman and Keith ami Carol ('lure. Des Moines. Mr and Mrs Dale Loi-kwuud entertained at dinner in ihcn home Saturday evening honoring Her bert Hoffman on his birthda\ Other guests were Mr and Mrs Orval Hoffman, Ik-muck, ami MI-SI Elsie Lockwood. Mrs Elsie Lockwood and Mi and Mrs Dale Lockwood attended u birthday dinner at the home of Mrs C. L. Mack, Hardy, in honor of Mrs Pearl Lock wood Mr and Mrs Lester Bonnstettei Arnolds Park, spent Sunday with li'.-r brother Herbert Hoffman ;.l Wilfair Haven helping him ub- serve his birthday. The Bonnsei- ettcrs brought a beautifully decorated cake in honor of the oc- i^iui]. Mrs Elsie Lockwood and Mrs Juliana Jackson, Lone Hock, attended the District Republican Woman's meeting and luncheon at bpcncer ThuryJiiv Coin Collectors Meet The Clarion Coin Collectors club of Clarion, wishes to announce that they are planning a coin show and auction. The gala event will be held at the Odd Fellows Hall on First Ave N.E.. Clarion, begin- tiing at 1:30 p.m. Sunday. Oct. 28. Anyone interested in showing coins is invited to write Don Walts, 100 South Main, Clarion, la., for information. 12 Homemakers Of Swea Area Tour Industry Swea & Eagle — Twelve members of the Swea Homemnkers club left by car for a tour of Mason City business places. Monday morning, Sept. 25. They visited the Mode o'Day manufactur ers in the morning, and lunched a the Green Mill at noon. In the afternoon the group toured KGLO TV studios and later visited the North Co-Op Soy Bean plant. They had coffee at the airport x'fore returning home. Ernest Petske and Bruce, Granada, Pastor and Mrs Stanton firtd family, East Chain,* Delores, Wendy and Dale Johanson and John Peterson. OFFICE SUPPLIES — Business forms, office furniture, filing equipment and supplies, at the Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Algona, across from new Municipal parking lot. nfnnt Knptism .locly Lynn, infant daughter of the Jerry Wegners of Swea City, was baptized Sunday at morning services at the East Chain Lutheran church with the Rev. Stanton officiating. Sponsors were Betty Wegner and Bruce Petske. Dinner guests at the Wegners were Jody's grandparents, Mr and Mrs Everett Johanson, Mr and Mrs Earl Wegner, East Chain, great-grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ole Johanson and Mrs Anna Peterson, Betty and Lavonne Wegner, Mr and Mrs Mr Gene Newlin and daughter. Mrs Barbara Petsche of Marian, came Saturday to get Mrs Newlin who had been 10 days at the home of their son and family, the Dennis Newlins. They were overnight guests at the home of Gene's parents, the Fred C. Newlins. Mrs Cecil Thoreson and Paul spent Sunday at the home of Mrs Thorcson's mother, Mrs Minnie Jensen at Atgona. \fr and Mrs Duarie Jensen were Saturday evening callers at the Tom Preston home. Mr and Mrs Tom Preston, Mr and Mrs Sam Link and Wendell and Mr and Mrs Fred Link observed the wedding anniversaries of the Prestons and the Sam Links, Sunday by dining at the Cardinal at Estherville at noon. Maurice Carr, freshman student at Mankato State College, was home for the weekend, with his parents, the Harold Carrs. Maurice entered Mankato State Sept. 20. Ottosen Lutheran Women Elect New Officer Unit Ollosen — The American Lutheran church women met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Magnus Bratland and Mrs Norman Helleseth as hostesses. Devotions were given by the Rev. Harold Mountain. Election of officers was held with the following result, president, Mrs Louis Jacobson, vice president, Mrs Percy Watnern, secretary, Mrs Darrel Jones, treasurer, Mrs Richard Kinselh, sec- etary of education, Mrs Merle Holt and secretary of steward- ship, Mrs Melviti Elllngson. The ladies will have their annual bazaar Thursday evening, Oct. .18, beginning at eight o'clock at the Commercial club building. Along with the fancy work, sewing, baked goods, etc. there will also be a grab bag. They will have a table for white elephants, too. The Lutefisk supper will be served Thursday, Nov. 15. Co-chairman are Mrs Bertha Jacobson, Mrs Merle Holt and Mrs Oscar Oppedahl. Five members, Mrs Bertha Jacobson, Mrs Antone Speich, Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs Merle Holt and Mrs Percy Watnem went to the Lutheran Oct. 2. The new and outgoing officers Will meet at Thor for a workshop Oct. 26. Wednesday, Oct. 10 the ladies will clean the church. The United Presbyterian Women served their annual turkey supper Thursday evening, which was very well attended. The Ladies Rural club met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs Earl Long. Attendance was perfect and the roll call was scenic spots of Iowa. Mrs Mike Coyle had the recreation which was Bingo. Memorial Society Of LuVerne To Meet Wednesday The LuVerne Memorial Society meeting will be held Thursday, Oct. 11, with Mrs Harry Lichty presiding. Roll Call, "Interesting place visited." Hostesses, Mrs Elmer Kubly, Mrs Wilma Dennert, Mrs Henry Kubly and Mrs Lichty. Mr and Mrs Henry Hesse of Sioux City have been visiting her sister, the Frank Gronbachs, Lu- Verne, and His sotij the Dr. Norman Hesse family at Renwick. Mr and Mrs Charles McClelland and son Charles, Jr., recently concluded a 10 clay visit with her parents the Carl Pergande family and returned to their home in Council Bluffs. Allyn Brink, Percy Brink and Ben Hefty returned recently frbm a week spent fishing at Eagle Lake in Canada. Mrs Anna Hansel man had as recent guests Mrs Katherine Wertz, Graymonl, 111., and her niece, Mr and Mrs Henry Gruneberg of Miami, Fla. Recent afternoon visitors with Mrs Anna Hanselman were Mrs Blanche Clement of Hcttinger, N. D., and her sister, Mrs Ray Guy of Renwick. Mrs Anna Hanselman, sons, Mr and Mrs LeRoy Hanselman, Earle Hanselman and family, LuVerne, his son Earle, Jr., student at Ames, Mr and Mrs Harlcy Chrts- tensen of Estherville, Mr and/Mrs Larry Hilgendorf and sons of Fort Dodge went to atlend Ihe wedding of Miss Laura Mae Chrislenseh of Cincinnati, Ohio and Kenneth Balzhiser, Wheaton, 111., Saturday, Sept. 22. A banquet at the LuVerne Community school was a courtesy to the teachers of the faculty and school board members. Visiting and getting acquainted with each other was enjoyed. Harry Naffziger, new president of the school board, was recognized. The dinner was served by the Hot lunch books, Mrs Laura Meyer and Mrs Jessie Stripling. Paul Northrop, LuVerne, his brother, Ed Northrop of Hardy, look their mother, Mrs Melviila Northrop of Hardy lo the Lutheran hospital for medical treatment KRAF Sandwich Spread How to liven up potato salad Just ml* it with Kraft Sandwich Spreadl Special perky relishes in A creamy, testy dressing. Great on head lettuce, too. And it comes in a. bandy new wide-mouth jar! KRAFT &noVicfi Spread GOOD NEIGHBORS TO KNOW Around The Town & Country YOUR COUNTRY NEIGHBOR YOUR AREA NEIGHBOR Meet Carroll Willrett Of Algona Farmers Service Center, Inc. WATCH THIS SPACE EVERY OTHER WEEK TO MEET A NEW COUNTRY NEIGHBOR This week's Country \cighbor is Carrol Willrett,, a lifelong resident of Kossuth county who has farmed 360-acrps throe miles north of Algona on highway Ifi9 since 1953. Mr. Willrett is a crop farmer. Horn at Kenlon, Carroll is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Willrett. who livr in Algona. During the l!)6t growing season, he had 125 acres of corn anil 1(15 acres of beans. Other acres on the place arc idle or pasture. He farmed about 5 '2 miles northeast of Wesley before moving lo the present place. Mr. \\ illrett is active in the Trinity Lutheran church here (he and his wife also belong to the couples club) and he likes to lish when he has time. Sunday baseball games arc not uncommon at \Villretts, either, lie spent two years with the army" engineers during World War II. '"' Mrs. Willrett is the former Loretla Goetsch and she hails from \\atertown, Wise. 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