The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 19, 1960 · Page 8
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 19, 1960
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(la.) Upper PM Molne» Tuesday, April 19, 1960 Mr and Mrs Claude Samson were visited last Monday by Mr and Mrs C. M. Ferguson, Horniek. Mr and Mrs Ed Hagg were guests Easier of Mr and Mrs Bob Tolsdorf at Esthervillo. Mr and Mrs Oran Hudson were visited over the Easter weekend by Mr and Mrs Richard Lappin, Minneapolis. Mr and Mrs Paul Richardson spent the weekend at Cedar Falls with their son Dave who is a student at Iowa State Teachers College. Mr and Mrs Maurice Thompson spent Easter at Carroll with Mr and Mrs Donald Pearson. Mr and Mrs Tom Verhuel were visited Sunday by Mrs Verhuel's brother Galen Pievo. Newton. Tom Kenefick began work Thursday at Spirit Lake with the State Conservation Commission at the Stale Fish -hatchery. Eve'.yn and Rulh Black are here j from Rockford. 111., spending their Easter vacation with the father Paul Black and Mr and Mrs Robert Black. wiw/ms/rfM///r/»sss/r&/ss/rss/r^^ \ can't miss . . . I've got the ring and just had my suit cleaned and pressed at... Algona Cleaners & Launderers Phone Cy 4-3265 East Across From Courthouse FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY Algona FARM SERVICE 2,4-D ESTER or AMINE WEED KILLER • Givei effective, low-cost wood con. trol in corn, • Use as ore-emergence or pott* .emergence •pplication. • Mix«» easily with water. GRANULAR 2,4-D New ovai/cbie for pre-emergenee weed control in corn. NO MIXING — SAVES TIME IT'S QUICKER! CALL US FOR FARM SERVICE 2,4 !> FARM SERVICE CO. Swea City, Iowa Phone BR 2-4626 (16-17) FOR MODERN FARMIHC Our Congratulations and Sincere Best Wishes to Algona Flour & Feed Go. From SECURITY STA TE BANK "The Friendly Bank" AIGONA 7frs///ss/r/r////////ss/ss/r/////wr/////7//^^ Mr and Mrs J. D. Cash had Mr and Mrs Joe Straub and family as Easter guests. Mr and Mrs W. J. Fuller spent Easter at Fort Dodge w.ith Mr and Mrs William Fuller, Jr. Howard French has sold his lumber business at Phoenix, Ariz. Future plans have not been disclosed. Mr and Mrs E. M. Richardson spent a week ago Sunday at Fort Dodge with Mr and Mrs Walter Jacobson. Patricia Ward, who leaches at Corning, spent the Easter weekend with her parents Mr and Mrs Harry Ward. Mr and Mrs Ronald Taylor were visited over the weekend' by the former's mother, Mrs Gladys Taylor. Charles City. Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles were visited over the weekend by the tatter's parents Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips. Council Bluffs. Mr and Mrs Glen Raney left Monday for Dubuquo where they will visit a week with Rev. and Mrs Robert Holzhammer. Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor were visited over the Easter weekend by the lattcr's parents Mr and Mrs S. L. Brown, of Trenton Mo. Mr and Mrs Cleve Barton were recently visited by Mr and Mrs J. R. Cook, Webb, and Mr and Mrs James Cook, East Lansing, Mich. Mrs James Caslress, Chicago, arrived to spend several days at the home of her mother, Mrs atherine Krieps, and relatives in this vicinity. Mr and Mrs Milton Norton drove to Audubon Saturday and spent Sunday with the former's sisters, Mrs Pauline Morrow and Eleanor Norton. Mr and Mrs William Geering drove to Spencer Friday and took home their little' grandaughter Billie Jean Black who has been here the past week. Mr and Mrs Frank Vera. Mr and Mrs Fred Hagen were joined by Mr and Mrs H. Schram, of Clear Lake at a family dinner at Mr and Mrs Lester Hagen's at Titonka, Easter. Mr and Mrs Carl Morck Sr.. and Mr and Mrs Carl Morck Jr. were visited over the Easter weekend by Mr and Mrs Dorrance Greer and family of Edina, Minn Mrs Greer is a daughter of the senior Morcks. Larry Hutzell and Karen Barton, Waterloo, were guests of the former's parents, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Hutzell a few days las week. Both are students at Iowa State Teachers College, Ceda Falls. Mr and Mrs James Utt and family spent Easter at Duncan with the parents Mr and Mrs Al bert Prostka and Mr and Mr Jerry Prostka and Mr and Mr Ralph Hejlik, Garner. The birth day of Mrs Protska Sr., was also observed. Dr. and Mrs John Kenefick spent Tuesday and Wednesday at West Des Moines, guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Brown while visiting Ensign and Mrs Stephen Kenefick and little daughter Katy. Ensign Kenefick left Wednesday for Calif, and will be joined later by his wife and baby. Among those who have been at Cotton, Ark., fishing are Dr. and Mrs A. M. Amunson, Flipton, Ark., Mr and Mrs Joel Herbst, and planning to go this week are Mr and Mrs Gail Towne, who will be joined by the brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Paul Towne, of Davenport, Mr and Mrs Ed Wilkins, William Dau Jr., and Lloyd Wellendorf. The Townes and Herbsts were at Mountain Home nearby. Mr and Mrs Ted Fisher were visited Palm Sunday by Mr and Mrs Victor Fisher, Corwith. Easter Sunday guests at a family dinner Mr and Mrs Victor Fisher, Corwith, Mrs Eva Jorgen, Sioux City, Mr and Mrs Elmer Lawman Laurens, and Mr and Mrs William Fisher, and Mr and Mrs Dan Fisher and the respective families Other guests in the afternoon were Mrs Nellie Jorgen, Mrs Tena Bailey of Clear Lake and Mr and Mrs Pete Hellmers, of Algona. Mr and Mrs Chester Schobf had as guests Easter Sunday Mr and Mrs K. W. Thoreson and Jim, Des Moines, Mr and Mrs "Bud" Anderson and Mrs Maude Nelson. Mr and Mrs Louis Schumacher had as guests Sunday Mr and Mrs Earl Sheppard and Mr and Mrs Merlin Schumacher, daughter Kimberly and Julia Schumacher, Des Moinesi Mrs Ruby Boyce and her sitter Mrs Marjorie Apple are at Miami, Fla., where Mrs Boyce will be employed in an insurance office. both are daughters of Mr and Mrs Floyd Turner. Mr and Mrs Duane Rile? and David, Mr and Mrs William Funk, Diane and Dick Riley and Mr and Mrs Carl Goetsch were guests Easter of Mr and Mrs James Hammen at Manson. Rev. and Mrs Jack W. Clark are attending the Preacher's Convention of Iowa District Church of the Nazarene being held at Port Madison, Monday through Wednesday of this week. Palm Sunday, Mr and Mrs Chester Schoby, Mr and Mrs J. D. Cash. Mr and Mrs Arthur Ben- .schoter and Mrs Maude Nelson were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Joe Oakes at Ringsted. Mr and Mrs John Thuenie will have as guests Apr. 24 their daughter Esther, R.N., of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Walter Watke, Charter Oak, and Mr and Vlrs Fred Yungbuth, Spencer. Mr and Mrs Lyle Math** enier- ained at dinner Easter and had s guests Mr and Mrs Kent Seely, lr and Mrs Claude Seely, Mr and Mrs Wendell French and Mrs ..ydney Laird. Jacequline Vander Waal, who caches at Cherokee and Cheryl, ler sister who attends Iowa State university at Ames spent their _aster vacation with the parents, Mr and Mrs M. L. Vander Waal. Mrs Olive Herbst was viiited over the Easter weekend by Mr and Mrs Charles Stevenson, Edina, Minn. A family dinner was neid Sunday at Mr and Mrs Ted Herbst's and the third birthday of the daughter Teri was celebrated. Mr and Mrs Aaron Steusiy en tertained at dinner4 Sunday in honor of their aunt and uncle, Mr and Mrs William Weiland of Colorado Springs, Colo. Attending were Mr and Mrs Will •Weiland and Mr and Mrs Henry Weiland of Britt, Mr and Mr? Richard Steussy, Polo, 111., 'Mi and Mrs Daryl Wilson, Hampton and Joseph Kiecker, Algona Richard Steussy is the Aaron Steussy's son and with his wife and three children spent the Eas ter weekend here. dents made a good showing at ] the highly" competitive State music contest at Sheffield April 8 - 9. Alan Jordan won first, clarinet solo; Alan Jordan, Marlys Schwab and Diane Newbrough won first, clarinet trio; Diane Discher won second, mezzo soprano solo. Arlene Goetz, June Hampe, Diane Newbrough, Joyce Paulson, Leanne Long, Marlys Schwab won a second rating, Diane Discher, Joyce Paulson, Mavis Nygaard, Joyce Paulson, won seconds in other numbers. Mr and Mrs Lon Gouge spent Apr. 7-9 at Morgan, Minn, where they visited her relatives. Mr and Mrs Robert Richter and family of Burt were Apr. 10 guests in the Gouge home. Ruth Lichteig and Bob Lich- teig, the latter of Algona, were baptismal sponsors ' for Susan Teresa Berger Apr. 10 at Corwith. She was born to Paul Bergers recently. Mrs . Berger is the former Teresa Lickteig, daughter of the Lou Lickteigs. Relatives and friends attended a shower in the parish hall at Corwith Apr. 10 for Mrs Paul Berger and their new daughter. The Corwith - Wesley instrumental music department will present a concert Apr. 22 at 7:30 p.m. in the Corwith auditorium. Bill Price has sold his place of business to Roy Kollasch. Denny and Debbie Ackerson were three years old Apr. 14 and 7 o'clock dinner guests in the Sverett Ackerson home were the voungsters' grandparents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Ackerson and Mrs Viola Studer. The Mosdames Fred ' Thomas, Bill Koppen, Robert Jones and Veva Lease of the Tuesday club; Ralph Tjadeh, Joe Skow, Frank Johnson and John Paulson, of the Wesley township homemnkers and Herman Wise, Tony Grandgenctt, .George Glawc and v Dale Johnson of Prairie township attended a Farm Bureau extension lesson Apr. 12 in the Methodist church at Algona. Mrs Adclia Thistlcwood returned to her home in Minneapolis Tuesday morning by bus. following a few days visit with her sister, Mrs Viola Studer and their mother, Mrs Jennie Luken. Mr and Mrs Fred Thomas, Tommy and Steven spent April 9-10 in Marshalltown with the Maurice DeBoer family. They brought home with them Lynn Kleinpeter, who had spent a week there. Mrs John Richter nnd many relatives and friends attended the funeral of her brother, Max Ferstl, 60, at the St. Benedict Catholic church April 13. Mr and Mrs Martin Hamilton took their small son to Rochester, Minn. Apr. 14 for a routine check up for a heart condition. Dewey and Trancy Hutchinson o{ Dougherty, formerly of the Wesley vicinity, were Thursday guests of the Clarence Acker- sons. Mrs Theron Hansen came home Wednesday from a visit of several weeks with their son Ted and family at Seattle, Wash. Mr and Mrs Alf Studer and Mr and Mrs Steve Huber of Algona left Saturday morning on a week's trout fishing at Hollister, Mo. Mrs Jack Vitzlhum and infant son, David Byron, were brought home Thursday from the Britt hospital where he was born Apr. 10. His older sister, Linda, was a guest of her grandparents, Mr and Mrs George Vitzthum and his other sister, Geri was nt the Bill Goetz home. Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. — "Tarzan The Ape Man", 7:00 and 10:00; "The Oregon Trail", 8:30. Saturday matinee — "Tarzan The Ape Man", 2:00; "Oregon Trail", 3:25. Sunday — "Once More With Feeling", 1:10 - 3:20 - 5:25 - 7:309:40. Monday — "Once More With Feeling", 7:35 - 9:42. Tuesday and Wednesday — "Seven Thieves", 7:15 - 9:15. A. J. Sellers Of Wesley Are Honored, 40th WcsUy — Mr and Mrs A. J. Seller were honored at a surprise dinner party Apr. 10 in the I.O.O.F. hall by a large group of relatives in honor of their 40th wedding anniversary. Their children included Roy Sellers and daughter of Cedar Rapids, John Sellers of Humboldt; Lou Heifners of Renwick, Dale Swaneys of Britt and June Nobles of Britt. Another son Jim Seiler, his wife and 5 children who live at Colorado Springs, Col. phoned their best wishes to his folks. Other out of town relatives who attended included Oscar Wagners, Mason City, Mrs Mary Seiler, Algona; Pete Olsons, Des Moines; Martin Bleichs, Forest City; Jule and Martin Sellers, •Algona. Open house was held that afternoon. 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