The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 30, 1965 · Page 5
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 30, 1965
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New Pastor Of Lone Rock Church Arrives LONE ROCK - Rev. Albert Bullock and family, Dexter, Iowa, will be moving Into the manse of the Presbyterian church Thursday. He will hold his first service on Sunday, Oct. 3, and World Wide Communion will be observed, - o - Mr. and Mrs. John Behrends attended the wedding of their grandson Ronald Behrends, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Behrends of Forest City. He was married to Cynthia Ann Schlcknecht at the Trinity Lutheran church at Royal on Sunday, Sept. 26. Rally Day was observed In the Presbyterian church Sunday. Rev. Fred C. Preul preached his last sermon which was exactly one year to the day that he had been at Lone Rock. Babies taken Into the Cradle Roll were Rick Allan, 10-day old son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wibben, Kurt Edward, 5- month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Smith, Swea City, Terry Dean, six-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Merton Hurlburt, Pamela Deann, six- month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Wegener, Joe Robert, 8-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Paulson, Joleen Yvonne, 9-month old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Marlow. Debra Kay Wibben graduated from the Cradle Roll department. The other classes also had promotion. Kermit Krueger gave the sermonette. At the end of the services Rev. and Mrs. Preul were presented with an occasional chair from the congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Erich Seege- barth returned Saturday from a trip to Phoenix, Ariz, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Donald Marlow, Richard Borgs, Norman Tllfords, John Newbroughs and Mrs. Ernest Wolfe. Mr. and Mrs. Erich Seege- barth visited at the home of her sister, the Richard Bris- tows, Lu Verne, Sunday evening. The Dale Wegener family visited the Albert Shasers Sun. . ; Mr. Roy Jensen and Mr. Will i Christensori were Sunday dinner 'guests of the Clarence Krafts. Mr. Harvey Rath, Algona, has returned home after 2 1/2 weeks in the Lutheran hospital at Ft. Dodge. He had bad surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Wm, Knoll are parents of a girl, Laura Ann, weighing in at 6 Ibs., 9 oz. on Sept. 20. The little miss has three sisters and a brother. The maternal grandmother Is Mrs. A. L. Jackman, Algona and the paternal grandfather is Mr. Wm. Knoll, Sr., Bancroft. Mrs. A. A. Krueger entertained her Sunday School class at her home Tuesday night In honor of four who will be leaving her class. Those who will be leaving her class are Cynthia Blanchard, Marilyn Person, David Newbrough and Richard Knoll. Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Shultz and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stenberg, Elmore, went to Little Rock Sunday to visit the Rev. Marvin Schultz family. They also visited Mrs. M. Schultz's mower, Mrs. Kingma in the hospital at Slbley. Kermit Krueger spent the weekend at the parental A. A. Krueger home returning to the cities Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Nes- wold, Britt, spent Sunday at the parental E. A. Lee home. Mrs. Pauline McGuire, Algona, was also a Sunday dinner guest there. Mr, and Mrs. Melvln Meyer and Bryan and David, Swea City, and Kermit Krueger, St. Paul, were Sunday dinner guests at the A. A, Krueger home. Mr. and Mrs. Kyrwood Quinn, Lafayette, Calif., spent the weekend at the parental home of Jack Qulnn. They stopped enroute to Minneapolis and Detroit on business. Mr. and Mrs, fferry Wibben arrived home with their newly adopted son who was born Sept. 16. He weighted 7 Ibs., 1 1/2 oz. and has been named Rick Allan. The Wibbens have a girl, Debra Kay, who is three years old. Judy Hammerstrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hammer- Strom, was home for the weekend. She is enrolled in the Methodist School of Nursing at Sioux City, Give Farewell Courtesy For Seneca Pastor SENECA - Rev. Stanley Hansen delivered his farewell sermon at Blakjer Lutheran church, Sunday morning, and that evening he and his family were honored at a joint farewell reception with St. Paul's congregation at Ringsted. Members of both congregations heard the concert presented by Oben Sime, "Wandering Lutheran Musical Missionary," who entertained. Following the concert the group honored Pastor Hansen and family at a reception in the church basement, Mrs. A. J, Blrkland and Mrs. Henry Looft presided at the coffee services. A. J. Birkland, president of the St. Paul's congregation presented Pastor and Mrs. Hansen with a purse of money as a farewell gift from the parish. Pastor Hansen expressed thanks. Additional remarks were expressed by Pastors Oliver Johnson of the St. John's congregation of Cylinder, Pastor Gordon Miller, St. John's congregation, Ringsted, Henry Looft, president of Blakjer congregation and Mrs* Torkelson, president of the St. Paul's Lutheran Church Women of Ringsted. The Hansen family will be moving Thursday to Exlra, Iowa where Pastor Hansen will begin work in his new parish Oct. 1. The Rev. Notsund of Estherville will conduct worship services in the parish on Sunday, Oct. 3 at the regular scheduled time. ".9 " Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cheever, rural Ringsted are parents of their second son, an 8 Ib. 10 oz. baby boy born Sunday morning. The Cheevers have two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peterson are the maternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Looft accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gerrit DeWaard of rural Titonka and Mrs. Bertha Pommer of Algona to Renwick, Sunday, where they attended the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rasmussen of Renwick. Brian Crouch, son of Dr. and Mrs. Crouch, Armstrong, spent Saturday and Sunday with his grandparents, the Earl Crouchs. Friends of Oscar Patterson will be interested to know that he is still a patient at the Holy Family hospital, Estherville. His children, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Patterson of Chicago, his daughter, Mrs. Wm. Gilchrist and son Billy of St. Joseph, Mo., have been here to see him. Mrs. Gilchrist has extended her stay but the others have returned to their homes, Mrs. Donald Cronk, Brian and Lori of Armstrong were Saturday morning visitors at the C.O. Baileys. Mr. and Mrs. David Looft were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Looft's parents, the Glenn Hoppees, Truman, Minn. Wishing For A Buyer Won't Make That Sale! Birthdays Of Four Sexton Folks Feted SEXTON - Mr. and Mrs.Wally Murphy brought a birthday cake all the way from Cedar Falls in honor of the birthdays of Mrs. Glenn Gabrielson and son Kenyon. The family enjoyed dinner out for the occasion as it was no day for a picnic. The weekend was spent honoring the two birthdays as Mr. and Mrs. Howard Seely called Saturday evening with a cake and Sunday evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Don Gabrielson of Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trampel of Webster City. Another birthday celebration planned to honor Mrs. George Hix was not such a happy occasion. The family had planned to meet at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dwight Ruse of Titonka for the afternoon but Mrs. Ruse was taken to the hospital at Mason City and at last word was being prepared for major surgery. Mr. Hix also RUTA'S YARN & SWEET SHOP FENTON, IOWA MONDAY, OCTOBER 4 * FREE COFFEE & COOKIES * 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. 20% OFF On All Knitting Wonted* October 4 thru October 9 5ION UP FOR KNITTING LESSONS TO START OCTOBER 11. t MRS. RUTA FINNESTAD (§ celebrated his 85th birthday over the weekend. Mrs. Nell Opheim gave the younger generation an example of how to carry on. After minor surgery last week, she reported back to work at the post office the next day, handing out stamps, but not yet swinging heavy mail bags. Mrs. Mack Wise spent last Sunday with mixed emotions since she was not feeling well enough to attend her grandson's wedding at Emmetsburg, But the day was not a loss as she was able to see her great-grandson for the first time when his parents, the Michael Culbertsons, came all the way from Kansas for the wedding. The Sexton Friendly Club is meeting this Thursday at the home of Mrs. August Kirschbaum with the roll call question of a dress you will always remember, This meeting is also election of officers, so a good turnout is expected for this great day. The light company is taking no chances with low-hanging trees starting fires on the lines again. A tree trimming company cleaned off most every branch in Sight, but left no mess as another little truck with a trailer followed behind and ate up every fallen twig. This year's unusual weather has resulted in some odd sights, but passe rsby must have done a double take last week when they Sighted Jack Wederquist mowing his lawn in a parka and mittens. Have you ever seen anything so hard to get used to as the bright yellow paint the elevator applied to their truck this summer ? Music Boosters At Ledyard Are Active LEDYARD - Music Boosters will meet Wednesday evening, Oct. G. Officers of the group are president, Mrs.TedThilges; vice president, Mrs. Joe Ingebritson; secretary, Mrs. Carlyle Engelby; and treasurer, Mrs. Leroy Koppen. They voted to purchase draperies for the music room at their September meeting and chaperones for the Algona Band Festival were discussed. The officers served the Community Club supper Sept. 16 at the school dining room. - o John Wood, driver's training instructor at the school, attended a meeting at Cherokee Wednesday. Thursday, Supt. Gilbert DeBoer attended an area three meeting for superintendents at Graettlnger. Shirley Menke entertained class members at a birthday- party at the Kenneth Menkes Friday evening. Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whltcomb of Albert Lea spent the weekend with the Tom Whlt- comb family at Grand Rapids, Minn. Christie Hinriclisen accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hln- richsen and family of Bancroft to Buffalo, Mo. for a week's visit. Debra Hamilton entertained 15 third grade girls at a birthday party Sept. 14. Attending were Judy Inglett, Colleen Reilly, Brenda Wentworth, Michelle Munyer, Janane Thompson, Patty Thursday, S«pt. 30, 1965 AI B ona (la.) Upper D«t Mdlrtftt-S Keefe, Julian Busch, Debra Hagedorn, Eileen Haag, Joleen Beadle, Nitah Dontje, Vickie Pingel, Cindy Jorgensen, Kareji Anderson and Bonnie Lloyd. Mrs. Hamilton was assisted by Mrs. Charles Hilferty and Mrs. Frank Nitz. Mr. and Mrs. August Klinksiek, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Klinksiek, Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Ervln Klinksiek, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blome and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dlome of Elmore attended the golden wedding observance o( Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Blome at Buckeye Sunday. Nancy Herzog, junior at Northwestern College at Orange City and Betty Herzog, Minneapolis, were weekend guests at the parental Harold Herzog home and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Herzog and Cindy of Albert Lea spent Sunday there to help Harold celebrate Ills birthday. Mr. arid Mrs. Larry Meyer and Todd and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gade and family of Whlttemore visited Mrs. Marth Schroeder and Barbara Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Herzog are parents of a boy born at Buffalo Center hospital Sept. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Neal Hoyt and Kendra of Renwick visited relatives here last weekend. Fred Rlchter was admitted to the Blue Earth hospital Sept. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Anderson of Richmond, Cal.'visited relatives here from Tuesday until Friday. Friday evening, the Andersons, Mrs. Elizabeth Barman, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Persig and Mr. and Mrs. William Bauman and family were guests of the Marvin Lloyds. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. O'Donnell of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with Mrs. Hazel Carpenter. Sunday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Wood and Ray of Granada visited Mrs. Carpenter and her guests. Thursday, Mr. and Mrs.buane Thompson of Sioux City visited his mother, Mrs. George Thompson. In the evening, Mrs. Thompson was their guest at the Redwood Inn, Fairmont. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1 — A DAY TO REMEMBER — ARE INVITED TO THE EXCITING NEW '66 FORD & MERCURY INTRODUCTION A MESSAGE FROM DEAN: I would like to take this opportunity to personally invite each and everyone to our 1966 Ford, Ford truck, and Mercury showing, Friday, October 1, from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. We will have on display a complete line of all the new units from Ford and Mercury, including the completely rest/led Comet and Ford Fairlane. The all-new 4 wheel drive Ford Bronco will also be shown. We will be looking forward to seeing you Friday, October 1. \ \ \ \ \ \ FORD LTD 4-DR. HARDTOP 1966 FORD FAIRLANE Harold Kuechenreuther invites you to test drive the new 1966 Ford. COMET CALIENTE 2-DR. HARDTOP Bill Ringgenberg invites you to test drive the new 1966 Mercury. MERCURY PARKLANE 4-DR. HARDTOP Ellis Mains invites you 1o test drive the new 1966 Ford Trucks. STATE & JONES "RlFiESHMENTSr WILL BE SERVED TAYLOR MOTOR C FORD • MERCURY • SALES & SERVICED ALGONA

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