The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 1, 1965 · Page 5
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Seneca Lady Recovering; Hurt In Fall - Mrs. Carrie Jensen is a patient at Holy Family hospital recuperating from a fall at her home at Seneca in which she sustained a broken right wrist and a cracked collarbone. Mrs. Jensen, who lives alone adjacent to the Seneca store, was found by Mrs. C, O. Bailey at 9 Tuesday. She Investigated after noticing the Venetian blinds had not been raised at the Jensen home. She found Mrs. Jensen lying on the living room floor where she had been since 9 o'clock the preceding night. She had somehow managed to pull a comforter from the davenport which she used to cover herself and reached a pillow in a nearby chair. They immediately called a daughter, Victoria, Mrs. Art Claussen, who got in touch with a physician, and an ambulance to take Mrs. Jensen to the hospital. Reports are that she is resting comfortably. - o - 4-H MEETING Seneca Progressive Farmers met at the home of Brian and Ross Johnson March 15. During the meeting,, it was decided to have-4 ijtrig-pong tournament which would be played at the Lone Rock Legion hall. The main discussion of the meeting was questions on projects. After the meeting, Brian and Ross Johnson presented a discussion on the wise use of money. - o Mrs. Marlys Kreuger and Tommy of Fairmont spent the weekend at the John Johanne sens. Joining them Thursday evening were the Morris Johannesens of Armstrong. The Bill Bernhards had Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard of Bancroft and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kliegl and Carol of Whittemore as dinner and supper guests Sunday, honoring their son Nicholas on his 2nd birthday anniversary. Joan Breese, student at Mankato State Teachers College, is spending the quarter break with her parents, the Lewis Breeses. Blakjer Lutheran church "women voted to make bandages * for Lutheran World Relief when they met at the church basement for their postponed meeting Thursday. Mrs. Henrietta Thompson gave devotions and had charge of the worship offering. Bible study was presented by Mrs. Ted Jensen. Hostesses were Mrs. Ray Bergum and Mrs. Art Bergum. Tommy Nielsen, who has been a patient at Holy Family hospital, Esthervtlle, following a stroke, has recovered sufficiently so he could be brought home Wednesday. He is able to be up and about. Jim Bergum, student at Mankato Business College, submitted to an appendectomy on Wed. at Holy Family hospital. He returned home Sunday and expects to resume his school activities Monday. The bridal shower scheduled for Marilyn JohannesenNolander at Seneca Lutheran church Saturday had to be postponed due to blizzard conditions in Milwaukee. It has been re-scheduled for April 17. Mr. and Mrs. Millen Jensen of Waltham, Minn, spent the weekend at the August Nelsonsj Joining them for dinner Sat. were Mr. and Mrs. George Jenseft of Rlngsted and Wlllard Appelt of Swea City. Fenton Scouts To Assist In Goodwill Project FENTON - The Cub and Boy Scouts of the Prairie Gold Area Council, Boy Scouts of America, are currently making plans to conduct their annual "Good Turn Day for the Handicapped" clothing drive. This nation-wide program by the Scouts, is another of the "Good Turn" events which highlight the scouting activities in Fenton. On Saturday, April 10, the Boy Scouts, under the leadership of Scout master Donald Priebe, will distribute a scout "Good Turn Day Bag" to all of the homes In Fenton. These bags should be filled with wearable and repairable clothing and materials, and small household appliances, which the Handicapped men and women can process for resale in their retail stores and provide their weekly wages. On Saturday, April 17, the Boy Scouts, will return to the homes to collect the filled bags for ..delivery to the Goodwill Industries in Sioux City. We Don't Sell A Policy: 4I6FEB'6I Form 32 COMPLETE INSURANCE PROGRAMS ARRANGED When you buy insurance policies at random, rather than getting planned protection ... you are paying too much for too little! Most policies chosen in that way will have costly overlapping coverage without giving you extra protection. We plan your insurance so you get the fullest protection possible at the lowest costl BLOSSOM INSURANCE Phone 295-2735 FOR COMPLETE INSURANCE COVERAGE CALL NOW! Algona, Iowa 'Family Night' Church Party FENTON - The Walther Leaguers of St. John's Lutheran church, Fenton, presented a "Family Night" program Sunday evening, March 28, for their families and friends. Opening devotions were given by the Walther League members. The theme for the evening was "Fellowship and Justification." It was planned as a night out for the families, for fellowship and spiritual growth. A comedy skit, "They'll Do It Every Time", was given by boys who dressed as girls and showed the girls getting ready to go to a Walther League meeting. Boys taking part in this skit were Brian Menz, Delong Jentz, Tom Struecker, Robert Krause, Leslie Luedtke and Phil Ruger. The narrator was Becky Hantelman. A band directed by Ervin Borchardt played three numbers. Parents took part in the program by sharing their most embarrassing moment and by group singing. The Walther Leaguers presented a religious play "Justification by Faith" on which an open discussion was held after the presentation. The program closed with a prayer by Rev. Rex Splcer and a lunch served by the W. L. members. Sentral Teacher Has Resigned FENTON - The resignation of Mrs. Jack Lowe as kindergarten teacher in the Fenton grade school was announced Monday by Supt. D. G. Keoppel of Sentral Community Schools. Mrs. Lowe has resigned to accept a teaching position at Rodman, which is closer to her home. A huge snowdrift on the northwest side of the Sentral High School has created pressure which broke one window and cracked another at the school. Olaf Oftedahl, school custodian, has dug the snow away from the windows to prevent further damage. area, Cecil Godfredson, Humboldt, Mr. and Mrs. David Hankins and Kurt, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fox and family, Algona, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hanklns, Corwith, were those who helped Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wibben, Algona, celebrate their 25th anniversary. Mrs. Cecil Godfredson expected .to be released from Lutheran hospital, Fort Dodge, this week. It was determined she did not suffer a heart attack as was feared earlier. She Is responding and improving steadily to treatment. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Koons and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Christ and family, Lakota, were Sunday guests at the Jim Koons home. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Larson entertained their 500 club Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Larson both scored high for the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Roalson, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Beadle and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lohse were Sunday dinner guests at the August Robinson home. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Peterson moved into Swea City Thursday to the former Mary Seylarhome, which they recently purchased. Mr. Peterson had lived on the farm place from the time he was 12 years of age. Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Peterson and family have now moved to the Rudy Peterson farm from the Bexell farm. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Holcomb and family visited at the home of her sister, the Herman Sch- utters at Spencer Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frerichs drove to LeSeuer, Minn, to see, his father, Fred Frerichs, who suffered a heart attack. They were overnight guests and en route home Sunday stopped at Truman to visit Mrs. Frerichs' brother, the Melvln Mings. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Gregerson are the new folks on the farm the Herb Papenfuhs recently vacated. The Gregersons are from Rutland. Fenton Quilting Party Hostess Mrs. Ray Uthof was hostess •to a quilt-ing-partyTuesday afternoon 4fchgr home. 'Guests were Mrs. Herman Haack, Mrs. Clara Fischer, Mrs. Walter Peril, Mrs. Carl Beck and Mrs. Ole Pederson. Mrs. Louie Weisbrod was hostess Monday afternoon at a coffee party in honor of her birthday. Guests were Mrs. William DeWall, Mrs. WilfredStoeber,Mrs. W. R. Wolfe, Mrs. Nettie Vaux of Fairmont, Mrs. Charles Weisbrod and Mrs. Albert Mitchell. SWEA-EAGLE By Mrs. Kenneth Brones J A tax discussion group including Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rock, Mr, and Mrs. "Zip" Koons, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brones and Mr. and Mrs. William Phelps met at the Phelps home Thursday evening. . Mrs. Mae Larson is home from the hospital and able to be about in a wheel chair and walker. She had fallen earlier and broken her hip. Surgery was performed and a metal pin inserted in the broken bone. She is not in a cast. The Raymond Pichts were Sunday visitors at the Alden Wilcox home at Lakota. Mr. and Mrs, John Kelly and family were Sunday callers at the home of Mrs. Joe Preston. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Godfredson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Godfredson of this Companion Portland Club To Have Seed, Bulb Exchange PORTLAND - Portland Progress Club met March 25 in the home of Mrs. Axel Carlson, with Mrs. John Miller assistant hostess. Mrs. Ralph Carlson and little son were guests. The club will donate two dollars for Easter seals. The Lesson, "A look at New Fabrics and Accessories," was given by Viola Becker. Fun time was In charge of Eva Shlpler and Vera Fitch, Mary Rasmussen and June Krull winning prizes. The next meeting will be April 22, with Mary Rasmussen and June Sparks hostesses. Plant seeds or bulb exchange. There will also be the showing of a cancer film, by- Mrs. Randall ClarK. tun time, Betty Miller and Hilma Carlson. - o - Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thompson and little son came from Minneapolis Friday and returned Sunday. Julie Thompson returned with them after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R.Thomp- son. Mrs. Elizabeth Kennedy went to Fort Dodge Friday where she visited Mrs. Carl Samuelson and her grandson Dickie Samuelson. Mrs. Carl Samuelson went to the hospital for surgery Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Harlan were Sunday visitors in the Edmund Larsen home. Mr. and Mrs. Brink Shlpler of Swea City, Mrs. Lulu Ringsdorf and Mrs. Amelia Polhemus of Burt were Friday supper guests in the Donald Ringsdorf home. Mrs. Robert Seefeld and Bret spent Monday visiting in the house of Mrs. Seefeld 1 s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ringsdorf. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bristow and family of LuVerne were Friday supper guests in the P. W. Mar low home. The Bristows and Marlows went to Bancroft in the evening where they • visited Grandma (Clara) Marlow at the Heritage Rest Home. Mrs. Edmund Larsen and Mrs. Jack Thompson and baby went to the Duane Dittmers to see the new baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Eckels of Britt were Sunday dinner guests In the P. W.Marlowhome. Mr. and Mrs. Marlow and David were afternoon visitors. "The coffin of every hope Is the cradle of a good experience." Mary Jane Origer are chairmen in charge. Carol Lynne Reeling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Reding, born March 21, was baptized Sunday by Rev. Leo C. Schumacher. Sponsors were Mrs. Jerry Oxley ami Vernon Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Chicolne, Jefferson, So. Dak., spent the weekend here In the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Reding and family. Mr. and Mrs. l.annie Miller and family, West Bend, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dodds and Debbie, Algona, and Mr. ajid Mrs. John Thul, St. Joe, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kohlhaas. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Laubenthal and family, Wesley, amlMr.andMrs. Mllford Plathe, Bobbie and Jennifer, St. Joe, were afternoon visitors in the Kohlhaas home. Ellen Bormann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bormann, observed her birthday Sunday with classmates, friends and relatives gathering at the Bormann home for an afternoon of games, Thursdov. April 1, -p-«r jV><i- ; followed by lunch. Judy Kollasch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kollasch, observed her birthday Sunday with classmates and friends gathering at the Kolla*<-h home. RAILROAD RETIREE After f)0 years of continuous service as an employee of Chicago & North Western Railroad company Everett D. Freeman of Missouri Valley has retired from active service. He spent 43 years in Missouri Valley and the remainder at Council Bluffs, all in the motive power department. Retired Farmer Takes On Job Martin Frank, Wesley, has been appointed district supervisor in the north central Iowa area for McCurdy Seed & Supply of Fremont, Iowa. Mr. Frank, who has farmed in the Wesley area for a number of years has recently retired from active farming, but will continue to live on his farm. ADDING MACHINES & TYPEWRITERS At The Upper Dcg Mulnes. Put All Your Corn in the Crib PLANT DEKALB ST. JOE iiilllllillllllllilililiilllllliilll Eileen Wagner left Friday for Colorado Springs, Colo. C.D.A. will sponsor a bake sale and breakfast in St. Joseph's school April 4, following the 8 and 10 o'clock masses. Mrs. Paul Erpelding, Mrs. Ed Bormann, Mrs. Ralph Retiingand Grandma is the sly one You've got to got up early to get ahead of Grandma. She's listening to her neighbors telling about 1 the wonderful results they had with new DA-TEX one-coat wall paint. Because new DA-TEX is Densi-tized, it has a heavier body. It's so thick and creamy smooth that it may be applied over wallpaper, new or old plaster, painted walls, primed wood or metal, cinder or concrete blocks, brick and composition board. And new DA-TEX dries in just 23 minutes. You've read about it in LIFE magazine, now try new DA-TEX for yourself. There's a wide selection of colors to choose from at Sailer's Davis Paint Store, Algona, Iowa. • TOUGH yeari for corn are GREAT years to have DeKalb. Because DeKalb BREAK- THRU Hybrids are bred to stand the stresses of modern farming—thick planting and heavy fertilization . . . bred to stand, hold their ears and produce profitable yields. Next time, plant ALL DEKALB. More F«rm«n PUnt DCKALB Thin Any Other Brand. 4 Depend on " DEKALB "DIKALr nn* Nim« EUGENE HOOD, Algona, Iowa ROLAND. BODE, Algona, Iowa. ALBERT J. BORMANN, Algona, Iowa RAYMOND OTIS, Wesley, Iowa PETER C. REDING, Bode, Iowa FRANK DROESSLER, Bancroft, Iowa LAWRENCE BESCH, WhiHemore, Iowa HOMER O. 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