The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 15
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8 Homemakers Of Wesley Present Skit Wesley — Eight Wesley township homemnkers presented a skit on "Parlimentary Procedure" at the County Farm Bureau Women's meeting in Algona Monday, September 9th. They will repeat the skit on Sept. 17 at their organizational tea in the Charles Nygaard home. Those Inking part in the skit are Edna Skow, Gladys Seaberg, Edna Wubben, Cora Johnson, Jean Bolenius. Opal Nygaard, Florence and Vernelda Hansen. In Nutse Training Mr and Mrs Mike Flom anH Roger went to Des Moines, Saturday, to gat Sandra, who is r> student nurse at Methodist hospital. She left Tuesday for Independence, Iowa where she will train for 3 months at the menial hospital. Hauptmans Move Mr and Mrs Don Hauptman moved Saturday from a house on the Cink farm to a tenant house on the Lester Larson farm recently vacated by the Bob Lickteig family, who moved into town to the Clarence Ackerson house. Guests At Beckers Sunday guests at the Alvin Becker farm home included Mr- Justine Becker and family of Wesley; Mr and Mrs Gregory Augustine and Mr and Mrs Alien Vaskc and their families ol Bancroft; Mr and Mrs Vertum Berte and Mr and Mrs Don Reding of St. Joe. Proud Grandparents Mr and Mrs Carl Frochlich are proud grandparents of their first granddaughter, -P a m e 1 a Sue born Saturday afternoon, Sept. 7 to Mr and Mrs Kenneth Groin of Livermore at Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge. Ruth Froehlich and husband have one other child, 15 months old Denny who is beinj.; cared for at the Froelich home. Forty hour devotions will begin in St. Joseph's Catholic church Friday morning, Sept. 13 at 8 o'clock. It will close Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. David Seaberg, Guy Carlson Jr., Ted Hansen, Tom Forburger Jr., John Pfeffer leave for Ames next week to attend the State College. Mr and Mrs . Lester Larson have purchased the corner lot just north of the Methodist church, from Charley Their ^Hdi" finite. -.•-•. Jerry Bob Martinek was 5 years old Saturday, September 6. Supper guests in the Harold Martinek home were Mr and Mrs ' Will Martinek and Mrs Anna Hauptman. Dorothy Goetz who is employed in a convent at Neftedah, Wls came Friday for a visit with he: sister, Mrs Helen Johnson and other relatives. Sunday afternoon, Mr and Mrs Leo Goetz and three children and Mrs Helen Johnson and Dorothy Goetz visited the Grotto at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Joe Goetz and family took Marlys to Cedar Falls Sunday where she will attend Iowa State Teacher's College. Mrs Arnie Arndorfer was brought home Sunday from University hospital, Iowa City where she had been several weeks after the amputation ol her left leg above her knee. She will spend sometime with Mrs Gordon Loebig and children 'in Algona. Mr and Mrs Rich Reilinfc drove to Carnavaron Sunday night to get Mrs Norman Rowe and Debbie. Mrs Rowe's mother. Mrs Urban Neuroth is critically ill at St. Ann hospital, Algona where she has been several months. Dr. Paul Warner was guest speaker Sunday, September 8 in the Evangelical Free and Upper Flat Churches. -Rev and Mrs Percy Carlson left Tuesday September 3 for a three week's vacation in northern Minnesota. Sunday, Sept." 15, District Super* intendent Rev. O. N. Johnson of Spirit Lake will preach. * Mr and Mrs Luke Nygaard took their daughter Marva to Cedar Falls Sept. 11 where she enrolled for her second year at Iowa State Teachers. Mr and Mrs Alf Studer o\ Macon, Mo. were houseguosts of their dn.ughter, Mrs Ed Downs and family several days over the weekend. They left Monday to visit relatives in Garner . and, Mason City before returning to Macon, where' they have purchased a new home. They sold thei: Welcome Motel several weeks ago. Mr and Mrs H. R. Rice and sons of St. Louis spent the weekend at the home of her relatives, the Frimmils. Mr- Rice is the former Virginia Brabee. Her mother, Mrs Lucy Brabic R. N. of Ft Dodge wa.~ als'o a guest of her brother Frank Frimml and sisters, Minnie and Nell Frimml. Minnie and Nell Frimml went to Newhall, Iowa, Saturday. August 31 where on Sunday they attended the golden wedding celebration for their .cousins, M: and Mrs John Baddicker. They also ' visited their sister, Mr.- Ed Ryan at Marengo. Mrs Lee •' Hildebrandt and children spent Thursday thru Tuesday at the parental, H. E Hemniingsen home. Mr and Mrs H. E. Hemmingser and daughter 'and her childrer •-* ^^' Beautiful •fade-resistant COLOI Gives ypur home gay, modern, fade-resistant color that stays bright for years. Easy to put o» •» wears and wears. Fade-resistant colors Easy tp apply Exec'lent hiding LUMBER CO. DIAL CYpress 4-2619 ___ .>„., picnic at-' {fie 'AY T,, Hem" mingsen home at Newell, Sunday. Mr and Mrs Fred Harr anc daughters attended a family pic nic at the Paltee Park at Pen- Sunday. Mr and Mrs Alber Girard of LuVerne, formerly oi Wesley also attended the gathering. Mrs John Richter was brought home Friday afternoon from St. Ann hospital, Algona, where she had been a patient. A cleaning bee was held in St Joseph's Catholic Church Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 10. The work was done by the women who occupy the pews on the north side in church. Mrs Lena Battkee left Monday for her home in. Iowa FaU«. She-had visited several days with her sister, Mrs Lulu Hanig and family. Marquerite Pfeffer left Monday for Des Moines following a 6 weeks visit in the home of her brother, Dr. L. L. Pfeffer and family. Mr and Mrs Lester Larson attended the 30th wedding anniversary pnrty for his cousins. Mr and Mrs Oscar Larson at Webster City Sunday. Mr and Mrs Cliff Anfinson attended a family dinner party in Clarion, Sunday. Mr and Mrs N. E. Quam of Minneapolis spent Saturday night in the Lester Larson home, en- route to Paullina' to visit other' relatives. ,i Mr and Mrs Harold Martinek and children, visited relatives in West Union several days over the weekend. Mrs Martinek's mother, Mrs Anna Hauptman accom panied them to Bassett where she visited her daughter, Mi" 5 John Arens. Mr and Mrs Herman Studer visited Eunice Studer, a patlenl in the Albert Lea, Minn, hospital Sunday. They also visited Mrs Studer's mother, Mrs Mary Glawe of Corwith, who is a. patient in Park hospital, Mason City. The baby boy born recently to Mr "nd Mrs Chuck Studtr o.! Britt, formerly of Wesley, was baptized Sunday in the Britt Catholic Church and named Douulas. Kermit Studer and Rita Klocke were sponsors. Guests at tho P. C- Wayne. 1 home Wednesday, Sept. 11 were Dinner guests in the J. M Kun/. home Sunday, Septernb-i '1 were her parents, Mr and Mrs C. £• Ward, her aunt, Mrs M !ll ',v Peter* and Mr and Mrs Ear! Ward i'.nd family of Clear Luke The dinner hc.nored the flOll-. birthday of C. E. Ward which fell on Monday, Sept. 8. Mr Ward and Josephine Shore were mar rietl February 5. 1907 and luiv-. lived here ever since. Mr and Mrs George Cook <md daughters of Park Rapids, N. D and his parents, Mr and Mr.- t'red Cook of Winnebago, Minn Rev. Robert Jones attended a meeting of Methfldiat Minister at Swea City Monday, 'Sept. 9. Grant Students Off for Various Colleges & U's Swea fc Eagle — Students from Grant Community leaving for college are Philip Tokheim to Buena Vista, Storm Lake; Elinor Anderson to Mankato Business College, Mankato, Minn.;, Barbara Mino to Sioux Falls College, Sioux Falls, S. Dak.; Lonnie Skarr, Bill Huskamp and James Johnson to Junior College, Es therville; From Swea are Bett.v Clark to Upper Iowa University, Fayette; Marcia Jensen, Sioux KaJJs, S. Dt:k. College; Huth Ann Pehrson, Iowa State College Ames; Ronald Peterson, State University, Iowa City; and Kaj Fitzgerald to Briar CJliff College, Sioux City. Home From Eutope Margaret Anderson, daughter of Mr and Mrs Roy Anderson and Joy Ditsworth, daughter of Mi and Mrs Archie Ditsworth, returned home week ago Tuesday from a three months European tour. They left with in a few day to begin their teaching duties. Miss Anderson, physical education teacher at Long Prairie, Minn, school; and Miss Ditsworth teaches Junior high at Clear Lake school. Duane Jensen and Robert WiskUs began studies week ago Monday at Mankato Commercial College, Mankato, Minn. The 'boys have an apartment. Mr and Mrs Otto Larson had as Sunday noon dinner guest.-in honor of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr -and Mrs Darf Larson of Atlanta, Ga. the Lar- pon's other children and their families. ( A large number of relatives from here attended the wedding of Dianne, daughter of Mr and Mrs Arden Hovcy, Lone Rock to Wayne Meyer held Saturday night at the Lutheran Church in Algona. Mr and Mrs Orville Thorson entertained Wednesday night at their home on birthdays of Orville Thoreson and his son Thor. Mrs Andrew Larson was hostess at her home Friday afternoon of a birthday club honoring Mrs Christena Swanson. Mr and Mrs Rudy Peterson had as Sunday dinner guests, Mr and Mrs Harry Sylce and two sons of Glen Burnie, Maryland, Delius Peterson and Meriam Peterson of Des" Moines, Mr arid' Mrs Walter L. Peterson and children and Mr and Mrs David Anderson. Mrs Emil Larson was given a birthday party Saturday night at the home of her son-in-law ind daughter. Mr and Mrs Fran- r'is Torlne. Onsets were' Emil JjUJTSon, tLowpll Larsons nnd family, Mr and Mrs W. C;' Peterson, Edith and Myrtle Molinder; Mrs Minna'Cole and Mrs Nettie N'ieson of Estherville. Mr and Mrs Darf Larson of \tlnntn, Ga. came Sept. 1st tr visit his parents, Mr and Mn- Otto Larson, his brother, Harvov Larson and sisters, Mrs Orville Thoreson _ and Mrs Walter Gor- aczkow.'ki. Mrs Christenn Swanson was hostess of her E->gle Aid at hoi home Tuesday afternoon. Assist ant hostess was Mrs Elvin Swanson. Sharon, daughter of Mr and Mrs William Dorsey, left Sunday to begin freshman year at Iowa State Teachers, Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs George Harnev and son David and George's mother, Mrs J. E. Harner were recent visitors in Des Moines. David takes treatments for an allergy specialist. Mr and Mrs Eldon Isaacson and family who have been living in Swea City while theii farm home was being remodeled moved back last week. Tlv Isaacson brothers, Kenneth and Eldon and their families live on Algona Roger Linde's farm. Both farm , homes were remodeled. J. D. Clark, Mr and Mrs Gtefl Clark and children were Saturday night dinner guests at Mr and Mrs Berton Roalson, Fairmont. Lawrence Hanson, Charles Hanson, Granville Fry of Graettinger, and another friend left Thursday night for a few days fishing at Leech Lake, Minn. Attending the No. Iowa Baptist convention at Eagle Grove from here were Rev. LeRoy Carter, Dettmer Thompson and Mesdames Dettmer Thompson, Glen Clark, Emil Larson, Ervin Link. Gladys Hanson, J. A. Erickson, Bernard Peterson and Lowell Larson. Mr arid Mrs P. W. Brown and daughter Loveless of Moultrie, Georgia, visited last week at the home of his sister, Mrs John W Thompson and her family. LUVERNE NEWS Ruth Rosenquist of Walkei Minn, arrived Sunday to visit he: niece, Mr and Mrs Hermar. Schulz. Mrs Earl Gronbach and children of Hayfield, Minn., visitec. her parents, the Herman Schuh Friday. Visitors in the home of Mrs Jessie Sanford Sunday afternoon were her son and daughter, the Frances Sanford and Norman Larson families of Badger, son Wayne Sanford family of Lu- Verne and friends, Mr and Mrs Reuben Knutson of Hutchins. Mrs Herman Schulz and her daughter, Mrs Earl Gronbach and children drove Saturday to Sheffield spending the day in the W. Dale Brayton home. Portland Twp. ttev. and Mrs Max Goldman aftd Mrs Goldman's parents, Mr iftd Mrs Charles Parker of Tittsfield, Mass, were Tuesday evening guests at the Howard Sparks home. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson. i- and Mrs Verle Nelson, Mr and Mrs Elwood Nelsen and Mr and Mrs Herman Harms attended supper at the Clarence Ackerman home Tuesday evening. Arden Nelson and George Wagons returned home Wednesday morning from a week': visit m Washington. They took in Yellowstone National Park and Black Hills. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family, Mr and Mrs Neal Michaelsen and family and Mrs Mary Michaelsen were Sunday dinner guests at the Donalr! Michaelsen home. Mr and Mrs Edmund Larsfn and Beverly and Mr and Mrs Franz Teeter and Donna attended the wedding of Miss Deloris Thompson and Larry JohnsoA Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock at the Methodist Church in Algona. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Ruth and David were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Henry Van- Hove home north of Titonka. Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmerman and Carol Ann of Whitte more were Sunday dinner guest; at the Victor Fitch home. Thursday, Sept. !2, 1957 (la.) Upper Be* Molftw-? Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch and girls visited Sunday evening n' the home of Mrs P. W. Hansor. in Algona. Mr and Mrs Howard Spark- attended family night at the Titonka Methodist church where a reception was held for the teachers. The Portland Progress Club will meet Thursday afternoon, Sept. 19 at the home of Mrs C. L. Young, with Mrs Earl Zwiefel, Mrs Lloyd Bartlett and Mr.- Victor Fitch assistant hostesses Epsom salt, takes its name from a mineral spring at Epsom England. TOMATO Mr and Mrs Albert Wagner of Buchanan recs ntiy found a star.-•hyped tomato growing in their garden. This is the first tomato of this unu?tial design that Wagner has found and he has been raising tomatoes commercially for nine years. SHOCK Darvin Rasinussen, 16 year old Independence youth, received only a minor abrasion on his left arm when the car he was driving was struck by a passenger train and demolished. Otherwise unhurt, the youth suffered from shock ... as who wouldn't? 100 New Hampton's oldest resident, Mrs Mary .DeBettignies, celebrated her 100th birthday recently. NOW •VNCHRONIZB WAYNE EGG FEEDS Geared up fo give yon Extra Eggs per pullet housed! Come in or call us—you'll want to know the full story on this latest exclusive Wayne Research development. Now available in all Wayne Egg Feeds — regular mashes, all- mashes and concentrates. As Advertised in Farm & Home Section ROBINSON PRODUCE Wesley HARVEST SUPPER LU VERNE METHODIST CHURCH THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 SERVING STARTS AT 5 P.M. FAMILY STYLE ADULTS $1.25 UNDER 12 CHICKEN SUPPER Thursday Sept. 19 LUVERNE LUTHERAN CHURCH SERVING STARTS AT 5 P.M. ADULTS $1.00 CHILDREN $.50 37* Ti ••if*. 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