The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on October 21, 1965 · Page 6
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, October 21, 1965
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6—Algeria (la.) Upper DM Molne* Thurtday, October 21, 1965 John Monson New Marshal At Ottosen OTTOSEN - Mike Coyle has resigned his job as marshal and water superintendent in Ottosen. John Monson, who operates the cale, has been appointed to the vacancy. - o - Mrs. Claude Harrington of Greenville, HI. came Sunday night to visit at the Mike Coyle home. Mr. and Mrs. H. D.Benson and Mrs. Jacob Ryg were Sunday dinner guests at the Dean Nilges home at Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Van Buskirk were Sunday dinner guests at the Gerald Iverson home at Storm Lake. Conrad Johnson celebrated his birthday Tuesday. Evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jacobson and family. Mrs. Merle Halsrud returned home from Lutheran hospital Thursday following surgery and three weeks of hospitalization. Sunday visitors at the Halsrud home were Mrs. Maxlne Roberts and Maria and Sam Smith of Humboldt, Mrs. Anna Purdy and Mrs. LeRoy Worby and girls. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Wehrspann were evening visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Malmin and family of Minneapolis spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Erling Malmin. Saturday night they were among a group of 50 relatives and friends at the Orville Knudson home at Dakota City, who honored the Knudsons on their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary. Anthony Oppedahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl, has enlisted In the Navy for four years and is now at the San Diego Naval Station. A/1C and Mrs. Peter Oppedahl are here visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Oppedahl and Mr. andMrs.OlvinHaug and other relatives. Peter has been discharged after four years of duty. Nov. 1 they will go to Santa Ana, Calif, where they plan to settle. Mrs. Annie Leist will be honored at an open house Oct. 24 at her home from 2 until 5 o'clock. The occasion, her eightieth birthday, is sponsored by her two daughters, Mrs. Estella Day of Dakota City and Mrs. Alvin McIntosh of Webster City. Everyone is invited. Laymens Sunday was observed at the Trinity Lutheran church. The pastor, Rev. Robert J. Le- Mont, had the liturgy. Craig Kinseth read the gospel, Harlan Tofteberg, the old Testament lesson and Dwayne Haug the epistle. Bringing the message were Richard Kinseth, Carroll Olson and Oliver Christiansen. Dean Loos sang. Margaret Holt celebrated a birthday Saturday. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Espinosa, Debbie, Ann and Peter of Mason City. They all went to Bradgate to the Bernard Jacobs home where they enjoyed Margaret's birthday cake, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Daniel also attended the party. The annual Larger Parish Rally of the Presbyterian church was held Sunday at Pocahontas. Attending from here were lay pastor Keith Strayer, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Richards, Mrs. Albert Thorsen, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz and family and Mrs. Mike Frohling and daughters. The youth choir from the church here sang. A former Larger Parish summer assistant here, Rev. Allan Wirtz, gave the sermon. Larry Telford returned home from Mercy hospital Friday to recuperate from his broken jaw at home. Mrs. Roy Telford, Mrs. Edward Zinnel and Mrs. Essie Cooper visited Mrs. Mary Hansen at the Robert Hansen home at Spirit Lake Sunday. 2 Years Spent In Turkey, Visits Ledyard LEDYARD - A/2C and Mrs. Tom Busch visited relatives here last week. Tom and his wife have been in Turkey the past two years and at the completion of a thirty- day leave Tom will be stationed in Florida. * * * Mrs. Jim Sabin submitted to major surgery at the Buffalo Center hospital Wednesday morning. Mrs. George Thompson and Mrs. Lena Junkermeier visited Mrs. Eunice Dyer at the Heritage Home in Bancroft on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Aeilt Troff accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Dontjo of Swoa City attended the funeral of Henry Troff at Rip Stone City, So. Dak., Saturday. Mr. Troff was a cousin of Mrs. Dontje and Aeilt Troff. Trudi Jo, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Gary Spear, was hap- tUed October 10 at the Methodist church here by the Rev. Edward Maus. Following the baptism the Gary Spear family, Mr. and Mrs. George Ottis of Albert Lea, Larry Spear and two children of Lake Mills and Mrs. Bertha Trump of Lakota were guests at the Dick Spear home at Lakota. Mrs. Trump is Trudl Jo's great-grandmother. Virgil Nitz, son of the Frank Nitzes, was injvired in a farm accident at the Jeremiah Sullivan farm on Thursday morning and is a patient at the Buffalo Center hospital. Saturday evening dinner guests at the home of Mrs. J. F. Sullivan and Jeremiah were Jerry Leonard and daughter Alice of Emmetsburg. Miss Madonna Sullivan, Minneapolis, spent the weekend at home. Mrs. George Thompson is spending this week visiting with her sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. /woifel at Convltli and with cousins, Charlotte and Jannotto Mason and friends at LuVorne. Mrs. Lou Junkermeier visited at the homo of her son, the Elmer Junkermeieis at Lakota last week. Mrs. Otto Stwi/el, Wesley, David and Audrey visited at the Howard Klinksiek home Sunday and were supjier guests there. To Dedicate Organ LEDYARD - The new on?an will 1* dedicated during the 10 a. m. worship service at the Bethany Evangelical and He- formed church he re Sunday. Sunday School attendance awards will l>e handed out during the last part of the Sunday School hour also on Sunday morning. Scout Toy Project LEDYARD - The Ledyard Boy Scouts are collecting repairable toys for needy children. They will begin work on these toys at their October 27 meeting. Anyone having toys to contribute to this cause is asked to leave them in the box which has been placed in Carpenter's Hardware or the Ledyard Lumber Company. Ledyard Class Play LED YARD - The Ledyard Junior cl.iss play "Bolts and Nuts" will lx> presented on Oct. 29 in the school auditorium at 8:00. This is a three-act mystery comedy with thirteen characters, it is directed by James Martin. Tickets are now on sale by memlers of the class ; they are GO?, 40<P and 23?. Lone Rocki By Mrs, A. A. Krueger Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schultz, and family, Ottosen, visited at Mrs. Maude Blanchard's Sunday. Mrs. Florence Schrader and her daughter, Mrs. Lanny Farmer and children, LeMars, were Sunday dinner guests at the Jerry Wibbens and visited several other places in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Don Houck, Keystone, spent the weekend at the Merwin Marlows and visited a few others In town Sunday. Janet Hammerstrom, 18, senior, was Sentral's Band Queen fnr the Estherville Band Festival Siturday. Shirley Marlow, oldest dau- diter of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Marlow, represented St. John's i if Bancroft at the Band Festival at Estherville. Mrs. Grace Davis, formerly Grace Angus, and Mrs. Gerald Angus called on Mrs. Maude Hlanchard Sunday. Mr. and Mr. Charles Genrich and daughter, Mary Ann, Carthage, Mo., spent from Sunday to Thursday with his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Genrich. Eva Thompson, West Des Molnes, spent last week here visiting her sisters and brother. Florence Yager spent last weekend at her home at Calmar. Fenton Homemaker's Club met Friday at the home of Neva Thompson with Mrs. Roy Jensen co-hostess. Mrs, Clair Bellinger gave a talk on weed arrangement. 'BANCROFT By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman] 1 Dr. and Mrs. Allen Murphy and Johnie and Kay, Winthrop, Iowa, spent from Friday until Sunday here with his mother, Mrs. Rose Murphy, and her mother, Mrs. Kathryn Vaske, at the rest home. While here they attended the Wolf-Schiltz wedding Saturday. Mrs. Roy McGuire took her sister, Mrs. Floret Gale of Vista, Calif, to Ft. Dodge Monday where she boarded a plane and returned to her home. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson, Fenton, spent Saturday with Perry Torine who hasn't been feeling well. Airman Dennis Dolan, stationed in Florida, was a house guest Saturday of Kenneth Bergman, Mr. Dolan will leave in a few weeks and will be stationed in Viet Nam. Before going to Florida, he spent two years in Alaska. He is a graduate of St, John's high school and has spent five years in the service. Mrs. Laurence Bergman entertained 12 ladies at a party Tuesday. Prizes were won by Loretta Weber, high, Mrs.Cletus Dorr, cut prize. Mrs. Tim Doocy, Mrs. Carlyle Englby and son were Tuesday guests of Mrs. Laurence Bergman. VISIT NNEXTOYLANfl ffi££ Elf y Toy You'll love Elfy's wonderful smile! Sturdy vinyl plastic toy blows up to 20" high. Hours and hours of holiday fun. FREE with any $6 toy purchase OR... lay-Away Purchase of $6 or More. 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