The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on December 11, 1962 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, December 11, 1962
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Housewarming Held By Folks At Lone Rock Lone nock - A housewarminp was held for the Will Giffords in their new home in Hurt Thursday evening. They moved from their farm near Lone Rock a few weeks ago The evening was spent socially and home movies and colored slides were enjoyed by all The pictures were taken by Harold Holmgren, Harvey Larson and Rudy Tietz. Lunch was brought and served by those attending. The Giffords were presented with a gift of money from their guests. Those present were Mr and Mrs, Harold Holmgren, Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and Becky, Mr and Mrs Billy Gifford, Mr and Mrs Robert Hanna, Mr and Mrs Bill Knoll, Mr and Mrs Don Dugan, Mr and Mrs Roy Bierlc, Mr and Mrs Marvin Kueck, Mr and Mrs Rudy Tietz and Mr and Mrs Don Tietz. Sunday Mr and Mrs Dave Weber visited Mrs Donald Mayne, a patient at the Fairmont hospital. Abe Thiessen, who is associated with the Sudan Interior Mission spoke and showed films Saturday evening and Sunday at the First Presbyterian church. Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson and Becky attended the wedding of Donna Teeter and Robert Arend in Algona Saturday. Sunday supper guests at the John Schallin home were Mr and Mrs Bill Boettcher of Lotts Creek Mr and Mrs Sylvester Hainzingcr of Fenton, Verona Nielson and Clara Pompe of Algona, Esther Hinz of Lotts Creek, Mr and Mrs Arnold Hainzingcr of Fenton and Mr and Mrs Bill Buss. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroedcr attended open house at the Fentnn Lutheran church Sunday, honoring the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Theodore Ostwald. Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt wen guests at the Danny Schmidt home at Duluth, Minn. Nov. 21 - 25. Sunday dniner guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs Benjamin Meyer were Abe Thiessen of Minneapolis, Will Christenson, Mi and Mrs A. A. Kruegcr and Mer- vm Christenson. Mr Thiessen was a weekend guest of the Meyers Sunday evening visitors at the Leo Schmidt home were Mr and Mrs Walter Schmidt of Garner. Mr and Mrs Joe Vollmar visited her mother Sunday at St. Joseph. Her mother is Mrs Rose Stattel- man. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder had as supper guests Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Justin Andcrsor. of Lebanon, Mo. Mr and Mrs Bob Marlow, Brenda and Paula spent Sunday at the Enfred Ohrtman home at Cresco. Mr and Mrs E. A. Lee and Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Ronald Christenson of Belgrade, Minr* were guests Sunday at the Lcs Johnson home at Kenyon, Minn, in honor of the Johnson's 25th wedding anniversary. Mr and Mrs A. A. Krueger were unable to attend. The Les Johnsons are 'ormer Lone Rock residents and Mr Johnson was creamery manager. Mrs Frank Flaig spent Saturday at the C. W. Hcerdt home at Bull. Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt were visitors at the Gene Blanchard home in Spencer Wednesday evening. Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and family, Mr and Mrs Alfred Schadendorf, Sandra Schadenodrf and Harold Harms and Mrs Joann Fischer and family were Sunday guests at the Omar Smith home at Marathon. Arthur Zumach has been a patient in the Holy Family hospital at Esthcrville since Thursday. Sunday dinner guests at the Frank Flaig home were Mrs Edna Siefert of Farmer City, 111., Mrs Mary Carr of Clear Lake. Cal. Mrs Kate Trainer of Kanawha, Mr and Mrs Earl Ackerman, Joann und Nancy, Mrs Gertie Ackerman, Mrs C. W. Heerdt and Dennis and Linda and Roberta (Bobby) Ackerman of Burl. Afternoon visitors were Mr and Mrs Dean Jergenson, Doug and Barbara of Algona and Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen, Rodney and Kathy. Two circle meetings have been scheduled for one week earlier than the planned date, Dec. 20. FENTON BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY GERALD VOIGT INSURANCE FENTON, IA. THE FRIENDLY TAVERN Invites You To Fenton WEISBROD Implement Company NEW IDEA, DEERE and GEHL EQUIPMENT Bus. Phone 3 Res. Phone 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 Pubhcalion Print-<d inai Takes An Interest In r'eiilon! LLOYD M. BERKLAND Licensed Real Estate Broker and Farm Loans And Auction Service Phone 233 Fenton, Iowa ^^£^^^ BE SURE " YOUR DRYER IS A ••$ th a STAINLESS STEEL drum •=, Y JiV Here's the greatest feature in the dryer field. Only Speed Queen has it. All rusting and chipping are eliminated. Guaranteed life of dryer! HI- LO-OFF / Exclusive Heat Control "In a-door' 1 Lint Trap Hinged Top for quick access to all controls Deluxe Design Magnetic Door Catches Dtum stops when door is opened PRICED AT ONLK 110AF As Advertised In Karin & Home Section STOEBER HARDWARE In Friendly Fenton Ruth circle will meet at 2:30 p.m. Dec. 20 at the home of Grace Fischer. Lunch will be potluck. There will be a gift exchange for Christmas. Lenore circle will meet at 2:30 p.m. Dec. 13 at the home of Harriet Bollinger with Rose Kraft assisting. There will be a gift exchange. Colleen circle will meet at 8 p.m. Dec. 13 at the home of Nan Blanchard. Lunch will be potluck. Mr and Mrs P. M. Christenson, Mr and Mrs Charles Morris anrl Ruth Krueger visited Albert Krueger in Fairmont Tuesday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ronald Collins entertained friends at a card party Thursday night. Guests were Mr and Mrs Richard Menke of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs John Menke, Bancroft, Mr and Mrs Bill Wilsor of Livermorc, Mr and Mrs Frank Brink of Bancroft and Mr and Mrs Henry Groh of Livermore. Friends who helped Scott Marlow celebrate his fifth birthday Dec. 5 were Mrs Dennis Priebc and Kelly, Mrs Tracy Stone, Ricky and Robin, Mrs Herb Nelson, Mrs Benjamin Meyer, Mrs Roger Lonp and Durwin and Mrs A. A. Krueger. Mrs Mary Genrich spent Friday visiting Mrs Ray McWhorter al Burt. Mr and Mrs Roy Ennen visited at the home of Mrs Frauka Sen- adendorf at Lakota Monday evening to help her celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs P. J. McGuire of Burt called at the Jim Marlow home Monday evening. Mr and Airs Junior Hurlburt and family moved Wednesday io the farm where his mother the late Mrs Emma Hurlburt lived. Mrs Gerald Angus attended a shower Dec. 1 at Manly for Karen Haekbart, bride-to-be of her son. Jerry. Mrs Angus was accompanied by her two daughters Jane and Judy, Mrs Harold Angus of Algona, Mrs Claude Whitehill and Cynthia of Clear Lake. The cou pie were married Dec. 9 at Bethlehem Lutheran church, Manly. Lutheran Aid Xmas Party Held Dec. 5 Fnnlon — The Fenton Lutheran ladies aid met Wednesday afternoon for their annual oiristma.' party -ncl guest day. Mrs Frank Seeley and Mrs James Meyer were in charge of the program, which began with devotions and a Christmas story by Rev. W. H Friedrich. Mrs Seeley announcer! the program. Mrs Meyer gave a reading "titled "I? e'a d y For Christmas. ' A -'- : ' .vive r II Shall Be Given .,r. t o You ,vas presented by Mrs Walter jentz, Mrs Martin Ohm, Mrs Harold Eimers and Mrs Ervin Borchardt. Mrs Amos Fin- ncstad dramatized a humorous Christ., article from the Readers Digest, "Next Year I'll Do My Christmas Shopping Early." Five adies sang two Christmas carols in German, "OTannenbaum" and "Stille Nacht." Ladies Aid pals were reveak through a gift exchange and each member's guest was also presented with a gift. Mrs Lloyd Kern Mrs E. H. Dreyer and Mrs Clarence Wcgener were the decorating committee and they also made a corsage for each lady of a painted milkweed pod with a tiny candle in the center and bedecked with a bow. The program was followed by the singing of numerous Christmas carols. A potluck lunch was served and the kitchen committee wore Mrs Allan Bellinger, Mrs Will Eimers, Mrs John Fuhr, Mrs Marvin Luedtke and Mrs Ed Meyer. Mrs George Jorprnson ,lr. It nil major surgery at 'St. Ann's hospital in Algona on Monday. Dec .'!, and is now recuperating nicely. Her mother, Mrs Hilda Foss, Cottonwood, Minn, is caring for Linda and Paul in her absence. Mr and Mrs Ervin Gremmrls left Friday for the winter in Florida. Mr and Mrs Mnynard \rmit/ attended a funeral Sunday, Dee 2, at Laurens for Kenneth Long. 51, a longtime friend. The Nemitz also visited with Dr. and Mrs Vincent Votteler there. Airs James Harris, r.nlrln. r.-ilif granddaughter of the Sam Warners and niece of the Martin Ohms returned home last week after » two week visit in Fenton. Mr and Mrs Thomas Srrilmrr Waconia, Minn, visited Sunday, Dec. 2, with the Gilbert Scribners. Jim returned home with his parents after a short stay with his grandpt-rrn'.s. iWr and M-s Jack Orliarl entertained at a ...10 card party Saturday evening, Dec. 1. Five tables were in play and prize winners were Dale Voigt, high, Vic Dreyer second high, Mrs Howard Krause high. Mrs Jim Langerman, second high and Mrs Gene Wegcner, low. Mr and Mrs S. E. Straley, Mr and Mrs Lyle Hansen, Mr and Mrs Herschel Hartman and Mrs Mary Genrich, Lone Rock, attended the Rural Letter Carrier Association Christmas Banquet and Program at the Johnson House in Algona on Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Roger Osborn have sold their house to Mr and Mrs Martin Wilberg and the Osborns have purchased a house in Carroll. Mr and Mrs Jerry Wilberg and family will move to the Wilberg farm. The moves will all be after the first of the year. RINGSTED By Mrs. Marie Hansen '' ^A ifcafc A j Mrs Thyra Sorensen, Mrs Richard Sorensen & Mrs Anna Johansen visited Tuesday at the Joe Zohbon home at Whittemore to help Mrs Zohbon observe her birthday. Ferd Schipull was honored Saturday evening on his birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Clarion Long and family of Armstrong and Mr nnd Mrs Lyle Sehipull and family. Mr and Mrs Harry Lund of Swea City, Mr and Mrs Harold Holte were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Arnold Lund home. Recent visitors at the Melvin Weisbrod home were Mrs Hans Jensen of Emmetsburg, Morris Jacobsen and Jim of Cylinder, Mr and Mrs Lyle Sprout of Kanawha and Mr and Mrs C. L. Weisbrod M~s J' ,ies Sorensen and Kathryn Sorensen of Algona attended an Iowa Sponsors' Officers meeting at DCS Moines Saturday. Mrs Nettie Anderson entertain ed guests for Friday evening sup per. Those present were Mr and Mrs C. L. Weisbrod and Mr and Mrs L. A. Peterson. Mrs Anderson returned home Friday from Grundy Center where she spent several days with her son, Ralph. Mrs A. L. Anderson attended funeral services for her brother. Robert Rierson, 89, at GraeU oger Monday. Guests Sunday at the Raymond Christiana ii home were Mr and Mrs Ernest Christiansen and Leon of lola, Wi.«., Mr and Mrs Harvey Christiansen and Greg of Graet linger, Mr and Mrs Donald Sykes. Kent and Kim of Spencer and Mrs Dagmar Christiansen. Mr and Mrs Orville Haahr of Tuwdey, December 11, 1962 Alg6f»d (to.) Upper D« Malne*-S Our Congratulations to the Congregation and Pastor of IOWA On Completion, and Occupancy by the Church Pastor and His Family of Its New AU - ELECTRIC GOW MEDALLION HOME (OPEN HOUSE - 2 to 5 P.M., SUNDAY, DEC. 16) Iowa Electric Light and Power Company Serving the Community Areas of Dcpew, Armstrong, Fenton, Seneca, Ringsted, Lone Rock, Wesley and Bort Rudolph, Wis. and the former'? mother, Mrs Katie Hanhr of Storm Lake spent several days visilinp relatives nnd friends liere. Mrs- Katie Hnahr remained for a longer visit at the Ernie Lund and Mrs Dagmar Christiansen homes. One hundred and forty four attended (he annual thank offering services held Sunday evening in St. Paul's Lutheran ehurch, witn Tom Shumate, announcer from station KK'D at Spencer, as guest speaker. Mr and Mrs Mervin Nielsen nnd family of here and her parents Mr and Mrs Hans Osher of Fairmont, Minn., spent several days at Remidji, Minn, with Mrs G. V Hcathman Saturday, they attended the wedding of K.ithleon Tan jard and John Waeki Mrs Klla Nelsen rnlerlained Monday evening dinner gucsls Those present were Mr and Mrs Charles Stewart of Manson, Mr nnd Mrs L. A. Peterson, Mrs Minnie Hoien and Mr nnd Mrs Nels G. Christensen. Mr and Mrs ,'oc Oakes entertained a bridge cUib at their homf Wednes r 'riy evening. FNfilNEKK Sam Steigerwalt of Nevada who is Story County's first and only engineer, recently was paid tribune for his "outstanding ser- \icc". during his 50 years as engineer. OFFICE SUPPLIES—Fin.-moss fuMiis. nfficp furniture, filing fqnipnuMit nnH supplies, at the Upper De.s Mnmi-s Pub. Co., Al- K"n.-i. ac-rci-is from now Municipal Aluotia. • • ^ ' • ">A 4-'/ i.> I.-*** '^«# > ^^£ 1 ^\-'* : f BE*"" &*&* ;- :*:^'-r -«**—-»" loveiiy floral blanket ON SALE LIMITED TIME ONLY AT... REG. 4.98 Fabulous long-wearing blanket of rayon and nylon with satin-like 100% Acetate binding which wears twice as long as ordinary binding! 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