The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 15, 1957 · Page 13
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V last Rites At Ringsted For Mrs Petersen s— funeral services were held at the St. Johns Lutheran Church at Ringsted last Tuesday afternoon. Aug. 6, for Mrs P H, Peterson, 74, who died as the result of a heart attack. Connie's Column by Head Start on Fall, Snow Sundaes and Company Manners If you feel the urgn for a new fnll hat, you'll love a velvet . . . looks smart with summer cottons . or sheers, and just HS new with sheer woolen dresses next month. % * • * Why Do We . . . often save our "best" china and silver for only when company comes? Isn't it a RO od idea to teach our youngster!! company manners and appreciation of fine possessions. Try having a "company-style" dinner often for jour own family circle. It's fun! • • • Snow Balls for Sundae •That's no spoiling error. It's a fabulous dessert idoa from Mario Huschle of Collcgcville. Minn. 1-orm balls of vanilla ico cream with a scoop. Roll 'em in shredded coconut nnd store in freezer. Pile 'em in a bowl and Bt-t in center of table, then pass email bowls of sundae topping: chocolate, butterscotch, or fruit. • • • Silent Servant That's natural gas, serving you so many wonderful ways ... silently, safely, economically, and oh, so cloan. You never see this servant, just as you never see the label of Northern Natural Gas Company. Yet this pipeline supplier carries your miracle fuel hundreds of miles to your town, nnd your local gas company . . . the friends who nring your servant to you — constantly. Corn Flake Cookies Lemonade on a hot afternoon . . . and Mrs. Gilbert Jorvc's favorite cookies! The St Paul lady says you make 'em this way: Beat 2 egg whites till frothy. Add % tup. salt and '/a tsp. cream of tartar and boat till stiff. Add 1 tsp. vanilla. Now gradually add 3 /j cup \mgar, beating constantly. Fold in 2'/g cups frosted corn flukes and 1 cup shredded coconut. Drop by teaspoon on well- greased cookio sheet. Bnko in 300-rlegreR gas oven till firm and golden'. (Mrs. Jorve says you may want to move your oven shelf up a notch.) c ^ —.. Herlhephew, Rev. Carlo Petersen, officiated. , Pallbearers were nephews. Henry Rasmusscn of Cedar Falls, Jimmy Rasmussen of Kansas City, Arthur Voetman and Horner Henrichsen of Ringsted: Dwane Campbell of Swea City and Donald Cronk of Armstrong. Tena Petersen was born Oct. 16, 1883 in Denmark, daughter of Rasmus Peter Rasmussen and Elizabeth Jensen Aagard. At linage of 4 years, she accompanied her parents to America where they settled in Cedar Falls. There she received her education and later, in 190?, was married to Peter Hanson Petersen. In 191G the family moved to the Seneco neighborhood where they spent the rest of their lives. She is survived by two sons and one daughter Alfred of Seneca, Holgar of Algona and (Anna) Mrs August Hansen of Ringsted. Also surviving are two sisters, Mrs O. R. Patterson of Seneca and Mrs Martin Hinrichsen of Ringsted. Five brothers also survive. They are Rasmus RasmusFerl o' New Hartford, Henry Rasmusscn of Kansas City, Jim Rasmusscn of Ringsted fend Carl Rasmussen and Everett Rasmussen of Cedar Falls. Ten grandchildren also survive. Mr Petersen preceded her in death approximately two years ago. The Seneca Sparklers 4-H club met at the Armstrong Park Friday afternoon. The group made final plans for their boot), at the fair and planned then September meeting at the home of Alyce Petersen. Mrs Lylc England was the visiting mother Mr and Mrs Ole Pcdersen attended the wedding of Cheryl Torkonson and Paul Glassnap at the St. Paul's Lutheran church at Ringsted last Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Cecil Baldwin spent from Friday until Sunday at Morris, Minn, where they met their son and wife, Dr. Donald Baldwin and were guests at the home of a mutual friend, Dr. Charley and attended his "open house." Mr and Mrs Ole Pedersen attended the wedding of their granddaughters, Marlys Long, at the St. John's Lutheran church at Dcpew Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs Bruce Hill of Buffalo Center were Sunday guests at the parental Olaf Oftcdahl home. Mr and Mrs Harold Grunhovd and daughters visited Sunday at the Ted Jensen home. The men attended the Junior Legion Baseball games Sunday afternoon and evening. Whittemore 1957 by Northern Notuial Gas Company Mr and Mrs Herman Voig Sunday evening celebrated the birthday of Mr Voigt. Those present included Mr and Mrs Harold Voigt, Rosella Voigt, Mr and Mri Gerald Ollom and Billy Johnson of Algona. Mr and Mrs Raymond Voigt and family, Mr and Mrs Archie Voigt, Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons, Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mr and Mrs Ernie Meyer, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mrs Dorothy Rosen- tianl, Mrs Ruth Schullz and Mr and Mrs Norman Schultz and daughter Dcbra. Mr and Mrs Harold Kuecker returned last week Monday evening from Minnesota. They had attended a wedding at Starbuck, Minn. The bride was the only daughter of Mr and Mrs George Andert, former residents south of WhiUemorc, Jerry Crouch and Bride SHI. Mrs Ted Jensen, Mrs Chaf- lea Beaver, Mrs Delmer Fischer. Mrs Wm. Dorsey, Mrs Lyle Eflg- land, Mrs Caleb Hartshorn, Mrs Everett Witham, Mr? Olaf Oftedahl, Mrs Sig Loge. Mrs Earl Cn-urh, Mrs Curtis Olsen, Mrs O1 in Wilhorg, Mi? Morris Johan- "fsen. Mrs Harry VnhJdiwk. TiKla ^ J(ihanne«en, Mrs Gerrit DC Waard. Mrs Attnp Prcsthus Mrs Martin Wilborg, Mrs John Johannesen, Mrs Lawrence Johanneson and Mrs Fred Johan- noscn. St. Benedict By Mrs Philip At-ndorfer Mr and Mrs Harold Diehl and son Tommy of Milledgeville, 111. were visitors in the home of Mr Mr and Mrs Jerry Crouch, who were wed Saturday morning, August 3, in St. Mary's Catholic church at Armstrong, are shown in the above photo. The new Mrs Crouch is the former Maxine Hypes, daughter of Mr and Mrs George Hypes, Armstrong, while Mr Crouch is the son of Mr and Mrs Earl Crouch of Fenton. Rev. L. J. Eisenbacher officiated at the double ring ceremony and a reception was held in the church parlors immediately after the wedding. The bride is a graduate of Armstrong high school and was employed in Des Molnes, The bridegroom is a Seneca high school graduate and is studying veterinary medicine at Iowa State College. The young couple will live at Ames. (Nels Isaacson photo-UDM Engraving) Mr and Mrs Wayne Bell and family, accompanied by Mrs Frieda .Zjmmerrnann, and Caroline Zimmermahh,' daughter. of*,, Mir rrna Come—Have Fun at the CLAY COUNTY SPECIAL FEATURE! Sunday Night Sept, 8 Abu Bekr White Hone Mounted Patrpl Monday, September 9 CHILDREN'S DAY Trans-World Dare Devil* Fireworks ON STAGE EVERY NIGHT garnet & Carruthen 1 On A Real Ice Stage On Tht Midway "ART g. THOMAS SHOWS" Big Car Races Tuesday & Saturday Fireworks Sat Eve ORDER UESEHVED SKATS NOW GRANDSTAND SEATS ._ $1.00 BOX SEATS ... .............. 11.50 Send Name, Address tt Check to CLAY COUNTY FAIR ASSN. Spencer, Iowa State No. of Tickets, Dates and whether afternoon or performance. Wed. and Thur». Stock Car Races Friday, September 13 and Mrs Martin .ZltVirnennanni visited at the home of Mr and Mrs William Zimmermann in Fort Dodge last \veel$ Sunday. Mrs Ernie Meyer, Mr and Mrs Herbert Potratz, Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith, Mr and Mrs George Meyer, Mrs Mathilda Meyer, Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt, Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr., and Rosella Voigt attended the funeral of Rose Marie Meyer, 26, held last week Tuesday in St. John's American Lutheran church in Pomcroy. Miss Meyer was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Waller Meyer in Pomeroy and was killed in a semi- trailer truck coUision a week ago Saturday night, while she and her fiance, Stanley Winchell, 26, who was killed in the accident, were returning honn' from Iowa City where thty had attended a wedding of a friend. Mr and Mrs Herman'Zumach, Mr and • Mrs Reinhard Zumach, Mr and Mrs Erwin Siems and Mr and Mrs Arnold Gade attended the funeral of Mrs Olga Mitchell, held in Zions Lutheran church in Northwood, last week Tuesday afternoon. Mrs Mitchell was the former Olga Mielke of here and the daughter of the late August Mielke. Mr and Mrs Phillip Fink and daughter Reta- of Norfolk, Nebr., visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Forrest Gilmore, last week Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs ftnk is a sister of Mr Gilmore. Mr and Mi's Loran Bell apd son Robert Bell of Algona, and Mr and Mrs William Meyer Sr., ,vere last week Monday evening visitors at the home of Mrs Mahilda Meyer. Mrs Donald Kuecicer, of Camp- jell, Minn., spent last week visit- ng at the hume of Mr and Mrs Harold Kueeker and other relatives in West Bend. Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt and daughter Rosella, left for Cedar Falls Thursday where they visited at the hume of Mr and Mrs William SchVanke and other relatives. Sister M. St. Joseph of Phoenix, Ariz., and Sister M. Ursulline, of Onawa, visited at the home of Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy last week. They left Monday evening for Chicago. Sister M. Joseph is a sister of Mr Dunphy. Mr and Mrs Arthur Heidenwith drove to Albert Lea Friday evening to take back their grandson Gary Walker who spent a week with them. Danny Rosendanl, also a grandson accompanied then) to Albert Lea, and will be with his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker for two weeks. Mr and Mrs Bert Seely and family, Mr and Mrs-Arthur Heidenwith, and Mrs Dorothy Rpsen- dahl, were Saturday evening callers qt the home of Mr and Mrs JSlJsworth Heidenwith on their son's Lyle's birthday. Mr and Mrs Emil Schumacher of "Fenton visited at the home of the former's brother, Mr and Mrs Frank Schumacher. Sunday dinner cuests at the home of Mr and Mrs Fr§nk Schumacher were Mr and Mrs Edwin Schumacher and daughter of AJgojia and M* and Mrs Harold Schumacher of here, on the birthday of Fyank Schumacher. HoselUi Voigt pf Algona and Mr and Mrs Thomas Dunphy of here Were entertained at pinochle Friday evening at the home of Mj- und Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs Werner Siems, of Evansvillc, Ind., arrived him Thursday and will spend a svuek visiting here aj,d, in this yiucmuy with 'relatives. Mr Siema IB a parochial school teacher in Ev- .•insville and a son of the late Mi and Mrs Chris Siems. Mr and Mrs Conrad and children of Humboldt, Sunday dinner guests at the parental home of Mrs Myrtle Frost. Bridal Shower For Britt Girl Held At Seneca Seneca — A miscellaneous bridal shower was held at thte Seneca school gymnasium Friday evening honoring Miss Patricia Horstman of Britt, bride-elect of Jack Looft. Decorations were in the bride's colors, blue and white and baskets of gladioli. Marilyn Johannesen registered the guests and Mrs Morris Johannesen had charge of the program which consisted of a reading by Lois Wilberg; a vocal solo, Delores Wilberg; a qui<: conducted by Kathryn Johannesen and a reading by Mrs Morris Johannesen. The bride-to-be then opened her gifts assisted by her sister- in-law, Mrs Paul Horstman, her sister Sara, Kathryn Johannesen, Lois Wilberg and Carol Johannesen, Mrs Gerrit DeWaard presided at the silver service and hostesses were Mrs Marian Tish, Mrs Russell Kauffman, Mrs Lester Osborn, Mrs Charles Osborn, Mrs Clarence Osborn, Mrs Ole Peder- Spectacular Wild i West Night Show, Last Nine Nights, Closing with Gorgeous Fireworks. Other Main Features aret • Big Cattle, Horse, Swine, Sheep and Poultry Shows. • 80 - Acre Farm Machinery & Home Appliance Show. • Auto Races, Every Day Except Aug. 28; Featuring Special "North Star 350" Labor Day Stock Car Race. • Thrill Shows -Nfte, Aug. 24; Day Show, Aug. 28. • Agriculture, Horticulture & Home Activities Shows. • 7 Nite Horse Shows, Aug. 25 thru 30, andjept. 1; 3 Matinees, Aug. 30 and Sept. 1 and 2. • Royal American Shows on World's Largest Midway. • Dairy, Hor,ey, Fine Arts, School and State Exhibits. ( Buy Reserved TJcJcetf by Waif.' Grandstand, $2 & $2.50 (Except labor Day "North Star 350," J3 & i3.50); Horse Show, $1.50 & $2, Send Check or Money Order, Minnesota Stale Fair, SI. Paul 8. Outside Gala Admlfiton, 50c. MONESOTA STATE FAIR L«CUf* v*i - $cpt.2 and Mrs George Runke! ofef the 1 weekend. The women ate sisters. They also visited the Leo Hanig family and other relatives. They came Friday aftd left Sunday morning. Bonnie, daughter of Mr and Mrs Tony Weydert of St. Joe, 1* visiting the present week with Barbara Kellner in the home of Mr and Mrs Matt Borman. The Donald, Albert and Matt Borman families were among those present at the Borman reunion Sunday. The occasion also honored Tommy, son of Mr and Mrs John Borman who left for .«pi"Vice Aug. 14. On Aug. 8 Mr and Mrs Matt Borman, Bai-barfi and the latter'* sister, Janice went to Dexter, , Aiffuil IS, It.*? A)g6fto Qo.) Upp»f t>» Mohm~i Sister De> Sales and Sister* Marcellinc arrived Tuesday fit their brother's home, Mr And Mrs Nif-k AmrlovfW, Twsday and will remain for a week and will visit relatives and friends. Minn, and visited the George Amy family. Mrs Borman and Mrs Amy arc sisters. They took Janire firtme a'ter her visit of over 2 weeks. Vincent Kellnet is Barbara's and Janice's father aftd Mrs Borman's brother. They visited Vincent and family before returning. The new son 01' Mr and Mrs Henry Pfeffer was baptized Aug. 11 in St. Benedict Catholic church by Father Charles Ernst. Sponsors were Bob Eiscfcrn and Mrs Ray Mueller, uncle and aunt of the little boy christened Luke HenrV. There was a dinner at the Henry Pfeffer home in honor of the,occasion. Plum Creek Elite The Plum Creek Elite 4-H club held Achievement Day August %. The judges were Mrs OutRftechl and Mrs Ferris. Audrey Gardner and Margaret Keith demonstrated on the tat* of a shirt. There was a style show in which Sara Clark, Janice Bode, and Audrey Gardner won. There was also a judging contest in which Mary Reith won. I've made the Big Change, have you ? You'll feet a big differenea when y«u fiy ; the Big Change— 2 all-new Standard GateJltM Try these great new STANDARD — with the Big Change created by Stand* ftrd Research. 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