The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1957 · Page 12
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 19, 1957
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4-Algewo (la.) Upp*t dtt MfttAtt thimdoy, Sept. 19, 1957 Lone Rock To Be Teachers Hosts Sunday Land Rock — Members of the Lone Rock Presbyterian church will entertain the Sentral Community School Teachers and their families to a pot luck supper next Sunday, Sept. 22. at 6:30 at the church. Each family of the congregation is asked to bring a covered dish, sandwiches and dessert. Farewell Supper A farewell supper was held last Tuesday at the Gerald Angus home in honor of Toni Angus who left on Wednesday for Wheaton College at Wheaton, 111. Attending were Mr and Mrs Fried Chicken . Dinner Sunday, Sept. 22 Serving Starts at 3:30 P.M. Sacred Heart Catholic Church Livermore, Iowa Free Door Prizes Adults $1.25 Children $.50 Harold Angus and Toni of Burt, Beverly Ewing, Spencer, Mr and Mrs Charles Clement of Algona. Mrs Grant Gerling. Meadya- polls. la.; Mr and Mrs Clnurtt Whitehill, Algona, and Bob Angus. A New Arrival Mr and Mrs W. G. Flaig received word on Sunday that their daughter and family. Mi and Mrs Fred Iverson. Forl Worth, Texas are the parents ol a daughter born Sunday, Sept 15. She weighed 7 Ibs. and 2 oz Baptismal thinner Teresa LeAnn, daughter of Mr and Mrs Howard Bierstedt, WBF baptized Sunday, Sept, 8th in Fenton at St. John's Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mrs Howard Berkland, Whittier, Cal. and Orville Kressin. Mrs Joe Kemna was a witness for Mrs Berkland. Dinner guests at the Bierstedl home in honor of the occasion were Rev. and Mrs Friedrick and Robert, Mrs Joe Kemna, Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Bierstedt, Mr and Mrs Orville Kressin. Afternoon callers were Mrs Ed Kressin and Mr and Mrs Robert Mitchell and family from Fenton. Mr and Mrs Frank Meyer call-, ed in Ringsted Sunday afternoon at the A. J. Meyer residence. . Mr and Mrs Wm. Reick, Watertown, Wis. visited at the Leo Schmidt home from Monday till Thursday. On Wednesday the Reicks, Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt, Mr and Mrs Robert Schmidt Sr. of Fairmont visited the Art Reidels at Olivia, Minn. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Dale Schroeder and Susan were at Ringsted Sunday evening at the -Ervin Klatt home in honor of Mrs Klatt's birthday. Rev. and Mrs C. E. Nordine and family visited Tuesday, evening at the Wm. Knoll home. Mr and Mrs Clarence Kraft, Judy and Joy were supper guests SundaV in East Chain, Minn, at the R. G. Borchardt home. Mr and Mrs Walter Rich, Mr Walter Rich Sr. of Algona, Mrs Florence Schrader visited LaRoy Schrader at Rochester Saturday. ' Area Farmers At J-D Field Day Here are 41 farmers from the Algona and Whittemore area as they gathered beside iheir bus at the Beck Brothers' farm outside Waterloo last week. The occasion was the first John Deere Field Day to be held in Iowa and more than 200 farmers from the Kossuth County area were there as guests of their local John Deere implement dealers. They were invited to operate or watch the implements demonstrated on the 500 acre farm. (UDM en- gravjBg). TS-T- r of 11 When You Need Us, For Sickness And Health Aids Well Be Herel SERVING YOUR Prescription NEEDS We're proud to be a member of the team that works for your .good hfglthl 0«r iriTuuM^phanriBtiftt fi'1 y° ur doctor's prescription promptly and accurately. THUENTE PHARMACY Phone .CY 4*939 OUR BUSINESS IS PROTECTING YOUR HEALTH iiuupiiw^ Right Now is the Time WHEN YOU i * should PLAN AHEAD for tomorrow Why not take the sure way? A retirement savings account with us affsii high earnings and real security, Open a lost growing savings account with us and take sore of »QjB«row now. Ovr save^fay-moil service will mpke U even sailer. Home Federal Saving! ft Loan Affectation Crispy Or W oUfd 1917 P*f*fl*i IWW«4 fe $10,000 MGQNA, IOWA Ronald Chrislenson and Jean Beth, Belgrade, Minn, spent Thursday here and Jean Beth visited at the P. M. Christenson home, till Saturday when Mr Christenson and Jane Ellen came for the day. Mr and Mrs Elmer Frank and family of Swea City and Mrs Hilma Erickson were dinner guests at the Donald Blanchard home. Mr and Mrs Erich Seegcbarth visited Monday night in Burt at the home of Mrs Clara Marlow. LaRoy Schrader was a patient at the St. Mary's Hospital at Rochester Tuesday and Wednesday. He is remaining there for treatment. Mrs Roger Jensen, Mrs W. J. Cotton, Mrs Raymond Laabs and Mrs Roy Jensen were in Des Moines Wednesday to attend the matinee of "My Fair Lady." Walter Dacken underwent surgery on his back last Monday in Rochester. He will be there about three weeks. Dick Jensen, son of Mr and Mrs E. M. Jensen, left Thursday for his senior year at the University of Arizona at Tucson, Ariz. Mr and Mrs Cliff Cannon, Dct roit, Mich, arrived here Sunday for a week's visit with her mother, Mrs Mary Schiltz and the Art Schiltz .family at Bancroft. Bernard Pettit returned to the Veter.ans hospital at Des Moines Monday for surgery. Mrs Glenn Householder and Ethel McChe- seny accompanied him there. Mrs Louise Trunkhill of Burt and Mr and Mrs Hiram Ackerman and family also of Burt were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Ruth Krueger. Linda Ackerman spent the weekend here "with Mrs Krueger. Mr and Mrs Charles Morri spent the weekend at Gowrie with the Jack Johnson family Ruth Krueger spent the weekend at the P. M. Christenson home. Mr and Mrs Ray Reynolds, Tacoma, Washington, .arc here for a few days visiting at the A. D. Newbrough home. Dinner guest in their honor Sunday at the A. D. Newbrough home were Mr and Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and family, Vern Smith, Mr and Mrs Fritz Newbrough and family, Mr and Mrs Edw. Blanchard all of Lone Rock, Mr and Mrs Allen Wells, Mr and Mrs Grant Gangste all of Elmore, Minn. Ma- Reynolds is a brother of Mrs A. D. Newbrough. Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan, Spirit Lake, called at the Lillie Thompson home Sunday afternoon. Mrs Thompson has been confined to bed since last Thursday. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mr and Mrs Andrew Thomson were guests at a picnic dinner Sunday at the Owen Berhow home. Afternoon callers and supper guests included Mr and Mrs Melvin Engelbarts of Elmore. Mr and Mrs Lester Culbertson, Wells, Minn, were guests Sunday at the Bernard Miller 'home. John Cotton, son of Mr and Mrs W. J. Cotton, left Sunday for Ames where he will enter his seconciHyear at Iowa State College. Mr and Mrs Dean Jergenson and family of Algona visited Saturday evening at the Frank Flaig residence. Sunday evening guests in th$ Jess Blanchard home were ,Mrs M>iud& ^Blanchard, Mr and Mrs Harlan Blanchard and family, Mr and Mrs Donald Blanchavd and family. It was Jess Blanchard's birthday. Mrs Ruth Krueger entertained Wednesday afternoon in honor of the birthday of Mrs Jack Quinn. Other guests were Mary Flaig, Rose Kraft, Maude Blanchard, James Long, Frarik Flaig, Fred Genrich. Sunday afternoon Mr and Mrs Fred Genrich attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs George Thompson at " Lf 4- The Lone Rock Lively Rockets met Saturday afternoon at the Sam McCleish home with nine present. Jo Ann D,reyer was enrolled as a new member. Election of officers was as follows: President, Kay Geitzenaner; vice president, Dawn SchulU; secretary, Nancy Fischer; historian, J,qnicje Kissner; reporter, Ljn,u^ Ramus; photographer, Jo Ann McCU'ish, Card and gift Comm., LaYonne Th,«TOp,$qn §|$ J,o Preyer. 97 Titonkans To John Deere Field Dav ( Titonka — Ninety-seven registered guests left by bus, plane and car from* Titonka to attend the John Deere Field Demonstration held at the Beck Biw Farms, 10 miles south'of Waterloo Tuesday, Sept. 10. They, together with J. R. Schutjer, local implement dealer, and an estimated 50 more who went individually, were among - the 60,000 people that attended the first demonstration of this kind to be held in Iowa. Last year the demonstration was held at Dixon, 111. Ralph Hartley Visits Wesley After 26 Years Wesley — Mr and Mrs Frank Hauptly had as their Sunday evening dinner guests Mr and Mrs Ralph Hartley of Marathon. Other Sunday evening guests were George Fox, Mr and Mi's Will Eden of Pritt, % and lifts Will Hauptly of WoHeh, Mr a»d Mrs Elmer Hauptly and two daughters, Betty and Barbara tof Garner; Mr and Mrs Fred Eda'n, Otto and Lawrence Fox and IVErs Esther Schroeder. • Mr Hartley, who farmed northeast of Wesley, left here some 50 years ago. He operates a baijl; at Marathon and this is his fir'^t visit here in 26 years. The cow- pie also called on the Herman Ostercamps and on Julius, Alrna and Anna Funnemark. \ •> _ ( Hervesl Home Festival Sunday District Supt. Rev. O. M. Johnson of Spirit Lake was guest speaker, Sept. 15 in the Evangelical Free church. Next Sunday, Sept. 22, will be their Harvest Home Festival with all day sef- vices. Rev. Don N. Ortland o! Indianola Heights will speak. ; his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Carson Simpson. Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan and Mr and Mrs Kenneth Oonovan of Spirit Lake visited Mr and Mrs Carson Simpson and others here Saturday. Rev. and Mrs Percy Carlson are expected home Sept. 20 from a three-week's vacation trip. The annual Methodist Chicken dinner will be served to the public at the school Thursday, Sept. 19. Mrs Carl Froelich went to the Kenneth Grein home at LuVerne Thursday of last week, as her daughter, Mrs Grein and infant daughter, Pamela^ Sue were brought home that day from Mercy hospital, Fort Dodge, where the baby was born Sept. 7. Denny Grein, 15 months old, had been at the Froelich home while his mother was away. Mr and Mrs Glen Gabrielson of Litchfield, Minn, were Thursday evening dinner guests of Rev. and Mrs Robert Jones. Mr and Mrs Dan Silverthon of Winterset visited Mr and Mrs Fred Seefeld on Friday, Sept. 13j enroute to Minnesota. The two couples were winter neighbors in San Juan, Texas, last year. Mr and Mrs Harold Luken and two sons of Minneapolis spent Saturday night and Sunday with his mother and his sister, Mrs Jennie Luken and Mrs Viola Studer. Mr and Mrs Halvor Flom were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan at Spirit Lake. The women are sisters. Mrs Harold Weber, her sister, Leona Seimer, and Rosella Voigt of Algona spent Saturday and Sunday evening with Mrs Clo Hutchison at Mason City. Rev. L. N. Klein spent this week attending a retreat in Sioux City. The 40-hour devotions closed Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. H. E. Hemmingsen and son- in-law, Irvin Rasheim of Forest City, and Norbert Hilbert left Sunday. Sept. 15, for a week's fishing at Williams Narrows on Lake Winnie. Minn. Prairie Pals Met At H. Wise Home Wesley — Prairie Pals 4-H girls met Saturday, Sept. 14, at the- Herman Wise home. An election was held as follows: Dolores Studer, president; Ruth Wise, vice-president; Melissa Nygaard, secretary-treasurer; Merle Ann Harig, historian; Darlene Studer, reporter; Ruth Lickteig, photographer. Prairie Pals received 13 blut 12 'red and 6 white ribbons at the Kossuth County fair with two state fair entries. The two entries by Merle Ann Harig were blue ribbon winners at the State Fair, and were on models. The senior demonstration team, "Top Hits of Fashion", by Dolores and Darlene Studer, won blue ribbons. The new club year will begin on Oct. 1st. All girls interested in 4-H club work should contact Mrs Herman Wise. Mrs Nygaard gave a demonstration on Making Aluminum trays. A picnic lunch was served . Mission Festival Ledyard Church Ledyard — The Bethany Evangelical and, Reformed Church of Ledyard will celebrate its annual Mission Festival on Sunday, Sept. 22. During the Sunday School hour a film, "In the Face of Jeopardy" will be shown to the adults and a filmstrip, "A Winnebago Indian Boy" will be shown to Ihe children. Then the morning worship services will have as special speaker, the Rev. Harry Reiners of St. Luke's Evangelical & Reformed church finger to the heart. of Eitzefi, Minn. In the afternoon, the Rev. William Rroon of the Ramsey Reformed Church, will be the speaker. Shortly after the afternoon services a lunch will be served to all those present. In the, evening, the speaker will be the Rev. Roy Chesney of Peace Evangelical and Reformed Church of Qlencoe, Minn. The public is cordially invited to attend all of these services. Wedding rings are placed on the third finger of the left hand because of an old Egyptian belief that a nerve ran from that RiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiniitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriminiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHHiiiiiu On The Way! Returns To Denmark Mrs Bettie Wester and daughter, Mrs Leila Jordan, entertain-' ed a group of friends at din ner Saturday evening, Sept. l|. in honor of Mrs Anna Kiilsholrj)., who left on Wednesday, Scpj.' 18, for her home in Denmark. * i She had spent several months with her step-son Karl Eric, Kiilsholm and wife. '•» Dinner Guests At Mariineks ^ Sunday dinner guests at tl&" Will Martinek home were h$r; brother, Walter Adolf, Forrest and Derry, -Mrs Art Stankej- : and two children and Mr ana Mrs Darrell Adolf and son, ajjr ' " ' y I • of Hartley .'... $48,59 For Briti- Hospital Tag day, conducted by 14 and eight women, lor the Brit; hospital Saturday, Sept. 14, netted $48.58. Mr and Mrs Will Ketchen oj Ernmetsburg spent Sunday witfe their daughter, Mrs Don Krau$ and family, ' M.y.F. wa^ held Sunday night at the home of Gloria Wise. '? Mr and Mrs R- E- Newbrougfc entertained Mr and Mrs Rich Reiling, Mr and Mrs Burnett Hartley, Mr and Mrs Gayle Studer, Mr and Mrs Maurice DeBoei of Wesley and Mr and Mrs Staif- ley Johnson of Britt at a 7:3Q turkey dinner Sunday evening. Ppnald Davis of Ottumwg came Saturday for a visit with SEPT, 20th HIS PIONEERS SAT., S KEITH K AMD HIS T. 2 1st WED.. SEPT. 85th NORA SPRINGS FIREMAN'S BALL KENNY L. S. BOHANNON about this question: "Many motorisls now stop at our farm to buy fruit, vegetables, eggs, etc. Before we know it, someone's children are climbing trees or machinery, or are out with the animals, Would Farm Liability insurance be low-cost protection jn case of an accident?" For the answers to your insurance questions, feel free to- call me at the Bohannon Insurance Agency, Phone CY4- 4443. T. PLANTATION BALLROOM WHITTEMORE, IOWA Sunday, Sept. 22 PON SHAW Sunday, Sept. 29 TONY BRADLEY Friday, ©et. 4 LEO AND HIS PIONEERS Sunday, Oct. 6 IYNN KERNS ^My Liifiq^t y.ti.i.ip.ii.pjiii Ji.iijijiii^.. ^*— ••» Sunday, Oet, 13 JACK COLE No Advance Booth Reservations - Doori Qpen at 8:30 From Maytag factory, this solic truckload of Maytag "Halo Of Heat" Clothes Dryers arriving a: our store. On sale Friday and Saturday. Introductory price — $199.95. NORTH IOWA APPLIANCE-CENTER STARTS NEXT TUESDAY - 3,DAYS KIAHOMA! *&" -_. " •.•;. . ,:•—•• • '-. • A MAOM PRODUCTION cistmwno BY zou tumm m IN *!• The Sfarlite Drive-in Theatre is now CLOSED for the SEASON! Thanks Sincerely for your patronage. See you ntfxt spring. ENDS THURSDAY: "This Could Be The Night" plus Rory Calhoun in "Utah Blaine" FRIDAY & SATURDAY JUNGLE MYSTERIES I SHOCKING RITES I SAVAGE SPECTACLES I CORNEL WILDE DONNA REED LEoGENN RONRANDill Md WUoducinj EDDIE CALVER1 'Thi MM wilh UM Golden Ttumpel" • Scietnpliy b> RICHARD ENGLISH v.i CUE IEYIIT PLUS THIS CO-HIT From the Real-Life Story in Reader's Digest AN ^XCITING, EXPLOSIVE NEW YOUNG STAR TONY PERKINS in the rote of a troubled, twisted kid,..' In a story that revlly STRIKES OUT """" ANJHONY KARt 'PERKINS * MAIDEN SUNDAY & MONDAY A PICTURE YOU'LL REMEMBER If You've Ever Been In Love Or Ever Hope To Be In Love Here Is A Love Story You'll Cherish Always! From the moment he touched her, he knew he could never let her go! ..... t From 8Oth eentyry-'Fo* In

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