The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 30, 1965 · Page 16
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 16

Publication:
Location:
Algona, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, September 30, 1965
Page:
Page 16
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Wesley Lady's Parents Are Wed 61 Years WESLEY - Mrs. Elof Pearson, their daughter, Mrs. Gary Thompson and children of Guthrie Center, went to Davenport Sept. 17 for a 4-day visit with relatives and to attend the 61st wedding anniversary for Mrs. Pearson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F, Stansberry. It was also the 16th wedding anniversary of a brother and his wife, the Doyle Stansberrys. A family reunion was held Sunday in the home of a sister, Mrs. Lee Wai than and family, with 75 relatives present. Mr. Stansberry, who used to spend some time each year in the Pearson home, is now living in a rest home in Davenport, but was able to attend the reunion. - o - AT SPENCER Mesdames Mary Bode, Maud Studer, Hazel Studer, ErmaKunz and Mildred Arndorfer attended the D. C. C. W. meeting at Spencer Sept. 23. Mary Bode was vice president and is now succeeded by Mrs. Elbert of Whittemore j Mrs. Erwin Ulses of Bancroft is the new president; Mildred Arndorfer is the Deanery rural life chairman; Mrs. Erma Kunz is parish representative; Mrs.Rita Youngwirth is organization chairman; Mrs. Maud Studer is spiritual devotion chairman; Mrs. Marilyn Lickteig is parish youth chairman; Mrs. Helen Koppen is spiritual counselor. Father Phillips, moderator. The Diocesan convention will be held at LeMars Oct. 12. - o - HELD MEETING St. Joseph's Guild held their regular monthly meeting Monday evening, Sept. 20 and included a food and coin shower for the sisters. Circle 6 were on the kitchen committee. A pot-luck lunch was served at 6:30. Father Mason was guest and was presented a purse of money as a farewell gift. He left Tuesday for his assignment at Merrill. 500 was played with Lulu Hanlg and Stacia Richtsmeier as winners. Mrs. Vic Youngwirth's name was drawn for attendance prize. She was not present. Father Friedman, Father Boes and Father Fransco, all of the Garrigan faculty, were also guests at the luncheon. - o - NOT HURT Fred Rasmussen escaped serious injuries Monday of last week when his car went out of control and crashed into Walkers Grocery store. The plate glass window was shattered and his car damaged, but no one was hurt. - o - Mr. and. Mrs. Rudy Cooper, New Orleans, spent a week recently with her mother, Mrs. Mary Peters. They arrived in their home just before the wind and flood that wrecked most of the city. Their own second floor apartment was not badly damaged and their major problem was lack of electric power. Mrs. Frank Hauptly attended a pink and blue shower at. Titonka Sept. 16 for Mrs. Merle Peterson, whose husband is employed at the Bauer Implement Co. in Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Burrelland Jim of Urbana visited his cousin, Mrs. Veva Lease, Tuesday. Mrs. Jim Walker was transferred from a Rochester, Minn, hospital Monday to Mercy hospital, Mason City. Rev. and Mrs. Harley Peters and family of Traer and his sister, Mrs. Alton Luder and son James of Pontoosa, HI., spent a recent weekend with their mother, Mrs. Mary Peters. Other guests there Sunday were the Harry Peters family. W. S. C. S. will meet Oct. 5 with Mesdames Glen Smith, Orville Smith and John Paulson as hostesses, Mrs. Richard Madsen gave the lesson and Mrs. Fred Eden led the devotions. Recreation was in charge of Mrs. Ray Wetland and Mrs. Chas. Nygaard. Plans were completed for guest day, Oct. 13. Saturday classes for public school children began Sept. 25 at 8:30 a. m. at St. Joseph's parochial school. First Communion will be held atSt. Joseph's Catholic church Dec. 12. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Osmus of Crystal Lake, 111. were callers at the Bill Koppen home Sept. 18. James Fox and A. J. Renger of Bancroft were Saturday dinner guests in the Koppen home. Dan Arndorfer of State University, Iowa City, and Vicki of Mt. Mercy College, Cedar Rapids, spent the Sept. 26 weekend in the parental Leonard Arndorfer home. The late John Weig estate property, a house and four lots in the southwest part of town, has been sold to the Marlyn Albertsons, who will get possession Oct. 1. Richard Hammonds of Racine, Wis. have purchased the Bill Duffy house and have moved in. The 160-acre Susie Pfiffner estate farm was sold lately to JQn. H. H. Raney... , Mrs. Edmund Otis was brought home last week from St. Ann hospital, where she had been a patient for medical treatment of a heart condition. Jeanne Nelson, student at the State University at Iowa City, has pledged Alpha Xi Delta sorority. She is a daughter of the Clarence Nelsons, and is specializing in speech therapy. The business that buflds better communities! As the nation's largest source of home loans, Insured Savings and Loan Associations like ours play a leading role in community devel* cpment. When you save with us, your money ,,, in addition to earning excellent returns for you,,. helps build our community, Start ft savings account with us, soon*. Home Federal Savings & Loan Assn. All Accounts Fully Injured to $10,090 Save From Thp |5th — Egrg Fj'ojn The First 4% Current Earning* SINCE 191? — AuGONA, IOWA George Weig was a patient in the Britt hospital several days last week for treatment of a heart condition. Mrs. Laura Richter accompanied her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Frank Richter, to Cartersville Sept. 19 where they attended a shower for Sally O'Harrow who will become the bride of Mrs. Laura Richter's grandson, James Dusold. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dusold of Mason City. A daughter was born Sept. 15 to Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Weiland in the Britt hospital. She has been named Katheryn. The ladies of the Neighborhood Birthday Club enjoyed a dinner party at Mason City Tuesday evening, Sept. 21. Mrs. Laura Richter reports a new great-granddaughter, Lisa Kay, born recently to the John Phil Richters of Popsham, Maine. Jack Richter is the grandfather. The young couple have another daughter, Donna Jean. Mr. and Mrs. Len Cook of Milwaukee, Wis. spent Sept. 1820 with his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Haynes. Other guests there Sunday were Mrs. Hayne's two brothers, Joe Cook and Elsie of Stilson, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cook of Algona. The guests we re enroute to California to visit their daughter. Lou Simpson, Jack Richter, Bill Koppen of Wesley and Stan Johnson of Cold Springs, Minn., formerly of Wesley, left Tuesday morning Sept. 21 for a week's fishing in northern Minnesota. Simpson, local post-master, attended a national convention in St. Paul, Minn, the following week. Mrs. Hemmingsen substituted for him in the post office. Mrs. Laura Richter and her daughter, Mrs. Jack Hayes of Waterloo, returned recently from several days visit with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Neil Gary, Akron, Ohio. They attended the Sept. 11 marriage of Mary Ellen Gary to Kerby Neill. The Harold and WillMartineks were visitors in Mason City Thursday where Will Martinek had a post surgery check-up. Hancock county teachers Institute was held Sept. 27 in Garner. All public school teachers in the county, including Corwith- Wesley, attended a full day meeting. Several prominent speakers presented solutions to school problems. Michael Tegtmeyer, son of the Louis Tegtmeyers, will enter 6 months active reserve duty Oct. 4. •Mr. and Mrs. August Studer and theiiwdaughter and family, the Dale Dornbiers, have exchanged houses on the Studer farm south of Wesley. Mrs. H. H. Raney entertained her contract bridge club Monday evening, Sept. 20. Mrs. George Vitzthum was hostess to her bridge club Sept. 22. Mrs. N. F. Weber will entertain the card players Oct. 7. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Drummer and daughters of Marshalltown were Sept. 19 weekend guests in the Joe Weig home. The former couple's son, Bill Drummer, his wife and small son Frank, moved that weekend from Livermore into the Mrs. Theresa Foertsch home in the west part of town. Bill is employed at the Farmers Coop. Elevator. WHITTEMORE By Art Heidenwith Mrs. Thomas Dunphy received a letter from her nephew David Gade who is attending Concordia Teachers College at Seward, Neb. He reported that he likes the college and is making good progress in his studies and is enjoying the school. Mr, and Mrs, Arthur Heidenwith and daughter, Mrs. Dorothy NOW IN MINNEAPOLIS Nationally Famous HYATT 1001)6 Where Old-World Innkeeplng Hospitality it Revived Everything you ever imagined. Everything you expcoc is provided for your complete enjoyment und comfort at the NEW Hyatt Lodge — Large Decorator • Designed Luxury Rooms, King-Size Ik-ds. Individually Room-Controlled Year-Around "as you like it" Temperature. Direct-Dialing Telephones. Newest TV and Radio. Excellent Food, ColTcc Shop, Restaurant, Cocktail Lounge, 'Northwest's Finest Auuunaliv' Howling (32 lanes), UilUaul lounge. Near Shopping Centers, Sports Attractions and Theaters. Minute* to Downtown — Easily Accessible to International Airport and Metropolitan Stadium. F»f R«nr»«tion>. Wilt, W'iU or Phont 512-544 3601 or conltcl your niinit Hjfitt lodft. Hyatt CMil Motll, Hfitt Hot-It Hotll. Rosendahl of Whittemore and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sebers, Tammy and Steven of Rochester, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Homeyer in Waverly. Mrs. Clara Thul returned Saturday from a trip to California. She left here Sept. 2 with Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Laubenthal of Efnmetsburg. They attended the wedding of the Laubenthal's daughter Donna to Marine Captain Philip Kieselbach at Camp Pendelton. Linda Laubenthal was one of her sister's attendants. On their way home they visited with Mrs. Parish, formerly of Emmetsburgandnow living at Markelville, Calif., and with the ladies' brother, Mike Dahlhauser at Stockton, Calif, whom they hadn't seen for thirty-two years. At Saratoga, Calif, they visited a nephew Harry Dahlhauser, and at Phoenix, Ariz, they visited with the George Stewards and Erwin Joynts. In Council Bluffs they stopped to visit the Laubenthal's son, Robert, who is a lawyer there. Mr. and Mrs. R. James Lenz have just returned from their wedding trip in the west and are now living here. James is employed at the Irvlngton Coop. Co. Mr. and Mrs. Erby Shipler and daughter have moved to the house on the Plathe farm recently vacated by the Don Krause family who now live in Cedar Rapids. Notes Of • (Servicemen 4TH ARMORED DIV., GERMANY - Army Specilaist Four Glenn J. Henry, 23, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dean C. Henry, 620 S. Jones , Algona, Iowa, is a member of the 78th Artillery's 2nd Battalion which was honored In ceremonies, Aug. 27, In Germany as the 4th Armored Division's outstanding artillery unit for 1965; The battalion was chosen for its efficiency in fire support exercises and ability to mobilize rapidly. Specialist Henry, a track mechanic in the battalion's Service Battery near Bamberg, entered the Army in December 1963 and arrived overseas In May 1964. He completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. The 1961 LuVerne Consolidated high school graduate was engaged in farming. Thundoy, Sept. 30, 1»6S Alflono (la.) Upper D*i Mo!n«-3 the seas providing mobile launching pads for missiles capable of traveling mare than 1,500 miles. USS THOMAS A. EDISON Chief Radioman Herbert M.Han- sen, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Erman H, Hansen of 317 N. Hall St., Algona, la. is serving with the Blue Crew of the ballistic missile submarine USS Thomas A. Edison, operating out of Holy Loch, Scotland on her 13th Polaris patrol. Ballistic missile submarines maintain two separate crews. One crew takes the submarine on patrol, while the other crew remains ashore for additional training, and time at home with their families. Ballistic missile submarines are on constant patrol beneath HORSEWOMAN Tiny Robin Willson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Willson of Toledo, age 2 this Sept. 28th, won a first place ribbon at a Oilman horse show this month. She placed first in the pony division for five year olds and under and rode the family pony, Red Fire t competing against 12 other contestants. Wishing For A Buyer Won't Make That Sole! (IRVINGTONI By Marguerite Hayes Mrs. Estelle Seip had as weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kohl of Clinton, Minn. On Sunday she accompanied them to the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Fraser at Burt where they were dinner guests. Mrs. Lee Colwell spent several days the past week with relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Pierce at Britt. Mrs. Oliver Knudsen visited her sister, Mrs. Frank Asa on Monday. She is a patient at a Ft. Dodge hospital as result of severe burns, sustained when scalded, when doing canning at her home in Rutland. "What if I get a wrong number when I dial a Long Distance call?" "Just tell the Operator. Shell see that you're not charged. 11 You needn't worry about a Long Distance call to a wrong number. It seldom happens—but if it does, just dial the Operator right away and tell her. She'll see that you're not charged. Northwestern Bell in Iowa Use Direct Distance Dialing ... It's the quick, easy, personal way to keep in touch WATCH for THEM!! TEST YOURSELF: How Many of These Taxes Do Co-ops Pay? HYATT Across flora GENUAL MULS MMM Vlf (Check those you believe that farmer-owned co-ops do pay. See answers below.) State corporation taxes _ Personal property taxes Corporate federal income taxes , Real estate taxes (local and state) State intangible property taxes State franchise taxes Federal Social Security and Unemployment taxes n saxe) am |o uaAas \\e Aed sdo-OQ CAPSULE CO-OP TAX FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW! 1. Stock dividends and patronage refunds which go to co-op shareholders are taxed to the individual as part of his income. 2. Co-ops are assessed for real estate property tax just as any other business. 3. Co-ops often pay the largest amount of personal property tax of any business in the community. . the HYATT LODGE U2b H.fj.U Ui.J (0-1 1/i LONE ROCK CO-OP EXCHANGE .__ Lorenz Geitzenayer, Mgr, WIST BEND ElEVATOR CO R. W. Jurgens, Mgr. TITONKA CO-OP ELEVATOR Jack Stptt, Mgr, FARMERS ElEVATOR CO,, Swea City Larry Peters, Mgr, FENTON CO-OP ELEVATOR Curtis Lyra, Mgr, IRVINQTON CO-OP ELEVATOR E, F, Immerfall, Mgr, OTTOSEN CO-OP ELEVATOR Alfred Schyltz, Mgr, WHITTEMORE CO-OP ELEVATOR - — Larry Twedt, Mgr, (Hobarton Branch) BURT CO-OP ELEVATOR - Ronald Jyrgens FARMERS CO-OP ELEVATOR, Bode - R. L. Matheson, Mgr, LEDYARD CO-OP ELEVATOR Bernard Reilly, Mgr,

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free