The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 3, 1957 · Page 48
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 48

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 3, 1957
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(la.) Upper D»« Molnrt ThumJay, October 3, }9S7 Capt. Wm. Baft Due Home For Convalescence Burl ..— Capt. Wm. N. Batt, eldest son of Mr and Mrs Wm. F. Batt, with his /wife arrived home at IrVington last week on convalescent leave from Walter Reed hospital, Washington, D. C. Capt, Bait's recovery from illness and surgery has been extremely 'satisfactory.' Breaks Knee Cap Mrs Lottie Isenberger had the misfortune to fall outside the home of Mrs Clara Van Steenberge. X-rays at the Osteopathic Clinic Monday a.m. revealed a broken left-knee cap. She was taken by air ambulance to the hospital at Iowa City. Dr. Robert Melville, Iowa City, was at the G. J. F. Vogel home recently. Mr and Mrs Vogel went to Iowa City with him for a visit, with their daughter and family. Mr and Mrs Wm. F. Batt were recent supper guests at the John M. Miller home. The Robert Woods were afternoon callers. ; Mr and Mrs L. E. Reibhoff .have been in Des Moines spending some time with their daughter Lorena 'and other friends'. Lorena will teach in one of the Des Moines schools this year. Messers B.' T. Fish and Dean Myer, Mallard, called a week ago Sunday afternoon at the Wm.. F. Batt and John M. Miller homes. Mr and Mrs L. E. Reibhoff'at- tended District Conference at the Methodist church at Swea City. Rev. and Mrs H. A. Smidt have been on a two-weeks vaca- tion trip. They will visit a daughter who lives in Kentucky. Birthday Circle met last Thursday with Mrs Beula.Batt. Mrs Anna Bierstedt had the program arid Mrs Beula Batt the devotions Weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Robert Angus were M< and Mrs Wayne Guyer, Oxford. Robert and Wayne were "buddies" during their tour of army duty in Korea. They visited the Grotto at West Bend Sunday afternoon and also called at the Delmar Angus and Wm. T. Batt homes. Recent guests at the Harold Reimers home to help Harold celebrate a birthday were Mr and Mrs Bert Miller and Sharon, Mr and Mrs Bernard Miller and Mr and Mrs David Miller, Algona. Mr and Mrs Lester Bonstetter and Dona, and Russell Pebben, Corwith, were dinner guests at the Walter Lockwood home. Mrs Glee Bulldock was honored with a surprise birthday dinner. Guests were Mr and Mrs Pat Bradley, Mr and Mrs W. J. Stewart, Mr and Mrs Robert Harvey, Mr and Mrs Stanley Larson, Mr and Mrs Robert Hamilton, Mr and Mrs Earl Shipler and Max, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cook and Terry, Mr and Mrs Pat Rasmussen, Mr and Mr* Roscoe Stewart. Mr and Mrs Cliff Waltman, Mrs Carrie Lar-< son and the honoree's--husband and two sons. The anniversaries of Clara Reynolds and Lefie McMullen were observed' w ; h6n the A & B Club met at the home of Clara Reynolds. *•'''.':••' • Mrs Ann Reimers, Mr and Mrs Don Reimers and boy's, and Mr and Mrs Howard Batt Sic. and family were at .th6 'Harold Reimers to help Harold celebrate a birthday. Recent supper and overnite guests in the Earl LaUritzen home were Mrs Lauritzen's parents, Mr and Mrs Joe Leininger. Burt Band Mothers met at the Burt Community School. Hostesses were Toots Hoppus, Rose MeGuire, AUeSd Harms and Lil liah Heerdt. .Entertainment wa in charge of. Arvilla Volentine and Maybelline Lovstad. Recent visitors at the Glee Bullock home were Mr and Mrs William Bultyck and family Creston. Mr and Mrs Wm. Keyes, Chicago, 111., were honored at a family gathering at the James Schmidt home, West Bend. Mr ahd Mrs Keyes, nee Zelma Gifford, are spending 2 weeks in the Burt vicinity with friends and relatives. Mr and Mrs Bert Miller and Mr and Mrs Harold Reimers and family visited at the Harlan Balgeman home Sunday evening. The birthday of Lynn Jon$ Balgeman was observed. Mrs Dewayne Johnson and children spent a few days last week with her mother, Mrs Carrie Meier. Mrs Gibson, Buffalo Center, visited last week with her sister, Mrs Carrie Meier. Dr. and Mrs Wayne Bolie, Ames, were weekend visitors at Jie Kenneth H. Bolie home With the David Bolies, Titonka:he Faye Bolies, Eagle Grove; he Weldon Bolies, Riithven; and he Paul Bolies, Pleasantville; they were all Sunday dinner juests of Mr and Mrs Marold Millard, Sioux Rapids, in honor of their daughter Marilyn's first birthday. Mrs Millard is the "ormer Donna Bolie, twin sister of David Bolie. Messrs. Russell Castor, Keith 'ulbertson, Ray Ihnen, Larry 3eckley and Harley Hanson of :he Burt Community School faculty and Custodians Howard Batt and Clifford Abbass were ishing near Faribault, Minn, recently. The big ones all got. away . Darlene Busch, Ledyard, Bride Of Bancroft Man Ledyard — Tuesday morning Sept. 17, a beautiful wedding was solemnized at Sacred Hearl Church uniting Darlene Busch daughter of Mr and Mrs Alfred Busch, and Francis Schultz, son of Mr and Mrs Arnold Schultz of Bancroft in marriage. The double ring cerem6ny was performed by Father , Montag ,at 9 TRIPLETS A cow on the Clarence Jirak arm in Jacksonville township calved twins last year. This ear ,she gave birth to triplet calves. Next year? ANOTHER ALGQNA HOME WILL HEAT WITH.... ....IT'S CLEANER, CHEAPER, COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC Another Algona NATURAL GAS LINE - INSTALLED LAST TUESDAY FOR FULL DETAILS ON HOW YOU, TOO, MAY ENJOY GAS HEAT THIS WINTER Call CY - 4-2484 NORIH CENTRAL PUBLIC SERVICE CO. "YOUR GAS COMPANY" a.m. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The organ- st was Mrs Vcrnon Haag and the soloist was Larry Trenary, cousin of the bride.. The bride was attended by her ister Maxine as maid of honor, and by Lois Ferguson, sister of he groom, LaVonne Green, cou- in of the >bride, as bridesmaids, and her sister Alvira as 1 junior jridesmaid. The groom was at- ended by his brother Edward is best man, Delbert Ferguson, >rother-in-law of the groom and David Schiltz, brother of the room as groomsmen, and by Duane Busch, brother of the' >ride as Junior groomsman. Little Susan Busch^ daughter of Mr nd Mrs Melvin Busch, and a ousin of the bride was the flower girl and the twin sons of Mr and Mrs Richardson, Jerry and Terry were \he ring bearers The bride's gown was fashioned with a molded bodice of Chantilly lace star dusted with seed pearls and irridescent sequins, portrait neckline and Locergrin sleeves. Her bouffant floor length > skirt of foamy mylon tulle over satin was accented by panels of chantilly lace front and back. She carried white prayer book, a gift from the groom and red roses and stephanotis. The couple went to the side altars where the bride lighted the candle of the groom's sister. Sister Mary Magdalene. Larry Trenary sang while the bouquet was placed at the feet of the Blessed Virgin. A breakfast was served to the wedding party immediately following the ceremony and at noon a wedding dinner was served in the church hall for about 100 guests. In the afternoon a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The couple left after the reception on a wedding trip to Yellowstone Park and through the western states. They will be at home after September 25th at the Andy Fangman home in Bancroft. The bride is a graduate of the Fairmont High School and was employed at the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in Minneapolis for the past year. The groom is a graduate of St. John's High school in Bancroft and is employed at the Ley Garage" in Lakota. Bride-To-Be, Offosen Man, Shower Guest Otiosen — Dorthea Fallesen of Rutland was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the Lutheran church parlors on Saturday evening. Hostesses were Mrs Edward Nessen, West Bend, Mrs Merle Faulk, Estherville, Mrs Stanley Keith Pocahontas, Mrs Allen Watnem, Mrs Percy Watnem, Mrs Chester Alme, Mrs Earl Long, Mrs Bertha Jacobson, Mrs Donald Cooper, Mrs Laurel Worster, Mrs H. J. Nielsen, Mrs Edward Kemna, Mrs Oliver Kinseth, Mrs DeVere Newton,' Mrs Arthur Lovig and Mrs Donald Usher. Dorthea is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Fallu.sen nnd will be married to Bruce Wat- nem. Mrs Pearl Hanson of Whittemore and Wanda H;m.-:en of Spencer were Sunday dinner guests at the Percy Watnems. Mrs Antone Anderson, Mrs Gail Dixon and children of Humboldt wero Saturday afterii'i-m visitors at the Kermit Fov.-ler home. Mr and Mrs Earl Olsun Ir.we a new grand laughter S-irah Jane born to Dr. and Mrs V.'m. H. Olson on Thursday, Sept 10 at Charles City. Mr and Mrs LeRoy I[;:n-..-!man and Audicy of LiiYi-mr were callers at the Karl OlMjn home Sunday aftcrn -11,11 and together with the Olnms t'.o.v visited Mr and Mrs Mailyn Pflibsen of R:>de. Nancy Hellickson and M:,ry Ann Quade of Clair left Monday for Denver where they v.-il! be employed as nurses. N had been home t\vo v..: Chicago where .-he h :d bi-i-r- employed at the lihies W,t:; ; r..' Hospital. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson t-'illot; at the Clarence Olson home at Bode on Sunday afternoon wlierc they visited with their son, Mr and Mrs Robert Olson and family of Ames. Mr Olson is enrolled at Iowa State College. Mr and Mrs Ralph Richards and Mrs Jesse Van Buskiik attended the_Officer Tr-ainint; Council at Livermore on Monday evening, conducted by Hi v A Ramerix. of Pocalionta.s who ;•• parish direc-tor. Mr and Mrs Marvin Zinnel and family of Sherburne, Minn met with their cousins in this vicinity for a picnic at the Grotto on Sunday. Those at- ari cy tendng were Mr and Mrs Edw, Zinnel and Leslie, Henry Zinnel, Mr and Mrs Louis Shaefer and family, Mr and Mrs Art Anderson and family, Mr and Mrs Arnold Zinnel and family of West Bend, Mr and Mrs Fred Ruhnke of Whittemore, Mr and Mrs Art Zinnel of Rodman, Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family of Ottosen, Mrs, Victor Dau of Whit;temore and Mrs Edwin Berninghaus of West Bend. Mr and Mrs Antone Speich were Sunday dinner guests at the Gene Walston home at Zearing. Mr and Mrs Knut Oppedahl and sons visited his mother, Mrs Bertha Oppedahl at Fort Dodge on Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Verne Waechter and son of Cylinder were Sunday dinner guests at his parents, Mr and Mrs Antone Waechter. Mr and Mrs Clyde Gingerich and family of Whittemore were Sunday evening visitors at the Alan Wehrspanns. Mr and Mrs Merle Holt attended the 60th anniversary open house for Mr and Mrs A. E. Mulins at Corwith on Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs John Vinaaa en* terta'hied her cousin, Miss Gild* run, Meltvedt of Cylinder at Sunday dinner. Mr and Mrs Mike Kollasch ana family of Whittemore visited at the Vincent Salz home Sunday afternoon. . Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mr and Mrs Mount O. Kinseth and family of Algona were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Olvin Haug home. Mr and, Mrs Earl Long entertained at Sunday dinner in honor.,of Mr and Mrs Arnold Bratland's 6th wedding anniversary. Other guests were the Bratland children and Mr and Mrs Don Lan'ge of Cedar Falls. Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson and family and Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson and son were Saturday evening visitors at the Alfred Schultz home to help him celebrate his birthday. Mr and Mrs Oliver Kinseth and Mr and Mrs Richard Kinseth attended the 6th district Rural Mail Carriers Association meeting at Webster City Saturday afternoon and evening, Sunday overnight guests. at the Silas Banwart home- were Doreen and Mary Lou Meyer of Sioux Falls, So. Dak., and Ruth Nester of Rock Rapids. The girls brought Caroline Banwaft home from her vacation. They left Monday morning for southern Iowa and Illinois where they will visit relatives. •'•.'* . . • • .. t It's an I for 'an I when'two; egotists get together. '•••>V": '/ F.F.A. Judgers Placed Second Fiye boy's represented Algofta's f.f.A. chapter at an F.P.A. soil judging contest at Humboldt Tuesday, Sept. 24. The five, Gary Bernau, Rich ard Olson, Dean Benschoter, Jim Kaln and Daniel Skow, placed second in the team judging. Bernau was first, Olson fifth and Benschoter seventh in the individual judging event. Qeorge Sefrit js local instructor. Two Algerians Enroll At Lords James J. Lichter and Monte Pearson, 'both Algona graduates of St. Cecelia's Academy, have enrolled as freshmen at Loras College, Dubuque, in the Ecclesiastical course. This year's class at Loras is the 119th in the history of the school, which is Iowa's oldest college, established in 1839. ! . SILO, A 32-year-old, 33-foot silo which was filled with an estimated 70 tons of silage buckled and fell at the F. W. Greimann farm three miles, southwest ot Sheffield recently. A blower was crushed ' by th6 falling s'teel structure and several tractors .were missed. .bj^inqhes, : but thCTa were no injuries. . Pluitt Creek Elects Plum Creek Elite met Sept. 14. Election of officers was held the officers are as follows: President, Sara Clark; Vice president, Margaret Keith; I secretary, Jean Keith; treasurer, Joan Ward; Reporter, Linda Clark; Historian, Audrey Gardner; ( Music Chairman, Glenda GabrielsOn; Recreation chairman, Agnes Sigsbee; photographer, Ann Steven. Whittemore News Mr and Mrs Lloyd Walker and son Gary and daughter Helen Lynette of Albert Lea and Mr and Mrs Ellsworth Heidenwitb. and son Lyle were Sunday dinner and supper guests at the parental home of Mr and Mra Arthur Heidenwith. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Herman^ Voigt of here arid Rosela Voigt of Algona. Mrs Fred Heinrich entered the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge, last week Tuesday where she' will undergo surgery this week< Mr arid Mrs Elmer Ostwald are spending;: a two weeks vacation with relatives in Illinois and are enjoying a sightseeing trip in Missouri and other eastern states. Mr and Mrs Willis Charlson moved -their furniture and household to.Wells, Minn., where both will tieV^mployed in a poultry and hatchery, plant. Mr Charlson hjas been employed tiere for th'e' past three years in the Tri-Cogijiffy Drying plant. . We Carry ALL FAMOUS MAKES OF GUNS! Stwasts RAVAGE TIBtfr*?* Back IF NOT cor Mossberg Model 2OOK The gun of the year! Light-,weight, pump-action ••12 gauge. Detachable clip magazine holds 2 shells with j one in chamber. powder, Vie Carry Shot Ylad 1.24.P*' Wk., Pcyabl* Mdnthly GAME CARRIER Slip over belt, hook game on. 23-3353 CLEANING PATCHES Fine canton flannel; 12, 16, 20 ga. B-3564 BUNTING CAP Reversible, wafer repellent cap. 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