The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 2
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Old Settlers Hold Election At Livermore Liirermore, — The Old Settler's picnic which vas held Saturday, Sept. 7, was well attended \vifh 90 signing the register. Following the picnic dinner, these officers were elected: Charles Rum- mens, president: Mrs Edna Goodenough, vice president; Mrs John Vlson, secretary and treasurer. Oliver Christenson was reelected as trustee. The program was given by Ruth Ann Clark and Sandra Madseri of Livermore; Dale Blumker of Gilmore City aocompanied by Linda Johnson of. Humbojdt; Joe Madsen, Larry Jcfinef and Curtis Larson, ac- cotopanied by ^Martha Usher. TWin Rivers students: Mrs Miles Helman accompanied by her daughter, both of Bode; Adelle Jehson accompanied by Keith Baessler both of R e n w i c k; R$chael Lindhart *f Humboldt, The speaker was -the Rev. Worthy, U4»er of LuVerhe<;.C V phe'W.S.C.S. me£ ;i at the home of.; Mrs Luther Butler, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs Otto Sch- wfttick and Mrs Lirtfla Bahr were gjfests. Devotions and the les- soh were given by Mrs Ernest Raney. Members of the Presbyteriari church attended a Larger Parish Quarterly Council meeting in Ottosen Monday evening. Delegates from here are Mrs Edna Goodenough, Charles Rummens and Mrs John Olson. The Lutheran Ladies Aid met at the church Thursday with Mrs Albert Schneider and Mrs Martha Schneider as hostess. Pastor Heck gave the lesson. That evening the Walther League met with Tommy and Jerry Brown as hosts. The Methodist Youth Fellowship met at the church Thursday evening. During the business meeting new officers were elected and they were Paula Jaryis, president, Bruce McGowan, vice president, Ruth Ann Clark, secretary, and Kenneth Schwendemann, treasurer. The Immanuel Lutheran church will pbserve its iall Mission Festival next 'Sunday, Sept. 15. The Rev. R. J. Schmidt of Fort Dodge will be the guest speaker at the morning worship. The Twentieth Century club opened its fall season with a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs Jessamine Miller. Other hostesses were Mrs R. W. Beardsley' and »Mrs / Harry Clark. Guests were Miss Florence Altman andvMrs Oren Beardsley. Mrs Elmer Gronbach was the hostess when the Just-For-Fun Club met last Wednesday. Guests were Mrs Francis Murphy, Mrs Carl Olson and Miss Florence Altman. Prizes were received by Mrs Murphy,. Miss Altaian and Mrs Dorothy Malkmus. Mrs Jack Sykes, Mrs Wilfred Coleman and Mrs Ralph Hoi- linger attended a shower Saturday for the infant daughter, Felicia Dee of Mi- and Mrs Fred Struthers in West Bend at the l-Algdna (la.) Uppor Pn Molnt* Thursday, S*p». 12, 1957 Balk Golden Wedding they entered St. Joseph nurse's school. Mrs Nellie Lupin returned Saturday after a four month visit with her daughter and granddaughter in San Francisco. Mr and Mrs John Farrow entertained a large group of relatives and friends at a dinner Sunday honoring, John and Harry Farrow on their birthdays. A:i- I'errv Tor••»<, Mr ,vnd Mrs George Wohnke drove to Rochester Saturday, to be present at the 25th anniversary of Rev. Pallon, a former minister at the Baptist Church. Joann Kennedy, daughter of Mr and Mrs A. W. Kennedy, left Monday for St. Catherine's College, St. Paul. Dennis Schumaker left Saturday for St. Louis where he will attend college after a month's vacation with his grandparents, the Engessers. Jimmy McCarthy, son of Mr and Mrs John McCarthy, left Sunday for Creighton at Omaha. Banns of marriage was 'published for the first time Sunday at St. John's Catholic Church between Joseph Edward Welsh and Geralcline Shillington, daughter of Mr and Mrs E. J. Shillington. Mr and Mrs Joe Balk of Sexion, will observe iheir golden wedding anniversary next Sunday, Sept. 15, at the K.C. hall in Algona, with open house from 2 to 4 p.m. No formal invitations have been sent but it is hoped that friends will call. The Balks request that there be no gifts. Mr Balk and Renetta Rake were married Sept. 10, 1907, at St. Benedict. Mr Balk came from Winneshiek county in 1902. They have lived their entire married life on the farm in the St. Benedict and Sexton area. Children of the couple are Richard Balk of Sexton, Mrs Elizabeth Seiler of Sexton, and Mrs Clarence Orthaus (Lucille), Florence, S. D. as well as 17 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. ^ (Isaacson foto — UDM engraving) home of Mrs Leonard assisted by Mrs Murphy. The Delta Dek Club met with Mrs Farlo Hamm Friday.. Mrs Culvert Johnson was a guest. Prizes were awarded to Mrs Harry Zigrang, Mrs Johnson, and Mrs Jessamine Miller. The Neighborhood Club met Wednesday at the home of Mrs Harold Stoddard. High prize went to Mrs John Sorlie, low to Mrs Chester Ogan and Mrs Henry Groh received the traveling prize. Mr and Mrs Dick Schultz were the guests of. honor at a dinner party Sept,' 3 at the Harold Stoddard home given in honor of their 20th wedding anniversary. Others present were the Rev. and Mrs Robert Phillips of Laurens, Mr and Mrs Hartley Mackintosh, Mr, and Mrs Kenneth Howard, and Mr and Mrs Herbert Raney. They were .presented with a gift from the group. P. O. Hour Changes Postmaster W. W. Sullivan has announced a 30 minute change in the closing time for the Posl. Office lobby on Saturdays and Holidays. Lobby hours will be as follows: From Monday through Friday the lobby .will continue to open at 5 a.m. and' close at 7 p.m.; Sundays it will open al 7 a.m. and close at G p.m.; :\nd on holidays it will open at 6 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Former Resident Of Bancroft Dies, Wisconsin Bancroft — Word was received by Ray Doyle that his sister, Mrs Raymond Swartz had passed away Wednesday evening at Prairie Du Sac, Wis. She grew to womenhood and was educated in Bancroft and later-taught school in Wisconsin. After her marriage to Mr Swartz she lived in Prairie Du Sac. She had been an invalid for 16 years. Funeral services were held there Saturday morning. Besides her husband she leaves two sons and one daughter; one brother, Ray of Bancroft. Attending funeral services from here were Mrs Ray Doyle and Kathy, Miss Betty Doyle, Des Moines, Mrs Laurence Becker and Becky. Mrs Doyle who suffered a heart attack recently was uifable to attend. Richard Farrow, Sank Center, Minn, and Ben Farrow, Lakota, spent Friday with their niece, Mrs Laurence Bergman. • Mrs Richard Menke, Mr and Mrs Cletus Dorr and Mr and Mrs Laurence Bergman took Alice Menke and Donna Fyvgman to Sioux City, Wednesday, where I Have You Visited the ew Sweater-Blouse Department at the Chrischilles Store The pew Sweater and Klousei section in our ready-to-wear depaftmcijtt on the second floor, is creating a great amount of interest, Have you visited -it? If you haven't, you'U be amazed at the beauty, the ease of selection, the really wonderful improvement M offers in your purchase of a "go- together" outfit, bfts# M»W famous lines of sweaters— Bernard Altmann, Bradley and Garland, Jill wiib sfcirts to match, Priced at $3*93 to $89.'09 (f«r imported cashmeres) for the sweater* and f 9*99 to §16.95 for the skirt*, also find the nationally advertise:} Macshore cotton blouses bere— priced at 99.98 and 93»99 gad other attractive matched outfits by the famous Fritzi of fall Ju see the new improvement | n the ready40'W§ar department oi the e CHRISCHILLES STORE W Henry Frey of Ledyard Passes Funeral services for Henry Frey, 67, were conducted at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Garry Funeral Home at Bancroft. Pastor F. Cn Samek officiated. Burial was in the Highland Home Cemetery at Ledyard. .Mr Frey died Tuesday at his home at Ledyard following a heart attack. Ho was born Dec. 4, 1890, at Weymer, Germany, the son of. Mr and Mrs Bertus Frey. HP and his parents came to the United States when he was a year old. Me attended school at Meservey and was a member erf the Reformed Church ther*; Ke and Frederick G. Besendorf wefie married Jan. 31, 1914, at. Blue Earth, Minn. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Mrs James (Estelle) Burris, Bradgate; a brother, Barney Frey, Dows, and three sisters. Mrs Henry Suntkeh and Grace Pals, Meservey, and Helen Lieuwetn, Bclmond. two grandchildren. There are An Anafhosft ftftt, Cathetine McLaughlin. will be otte of a group of American girls who has sailed tat Europe, wherje she will spend a yeaf of college in Switzetaand. Nineteen American girls are participating in the project, all of them Juniors. SPECIAL for FRIDAY the 13th BAKER'S DOZENS Anything usually sold by the dozen will go at a baker's dozen — A FULL 13 FOR FRIDAY THE 13th at LEAH'S BAKERY Spot Tractor froubfe IMMEDIATELY!... 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