The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 24, 1960 · Page 3
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' -'-vv.• ,-v, *';•"*.' I . AROUND ALGONA Mrs Clem Cavanaugh attended funeral services for Mrs Leota McDowell at Sanbnrn on Wednesday. —o— The Salesmen's Bureau of Ihe Chamber of Commerce had a picnic Saturday evening at Call State park. Wives were guesls Two $50 awards are to be given by the Algrma Soroptimisl club to n graduating student, with scholastic achievement in Mathematics and Science, from Algona high school iind Garrifian high school. This is the third year the Sorop- timisl. Club has given the awards. Haste HAf MULCHtH AVAIL* HI At AM ACCtStORY $154.95 ASKFORAFREf DEMONSTRATION TODAY AT CUILEN HARDWARE Algcna CY 4-4630 Ted Vera is at his' cottage at Lake Okohojl today launching his new Cris Craft 18 foot inboard speedboat. James Hoffmann, son of Mr find. Mrs Charles Hoffmann, returned home May' 14 after completing two years in the army. o' Mr and Mrs Harold Hobson were Sunday guests of Ihe former's brother and sister-in-law. Dr. and Mrs Ray Hobson at Maieus. Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler were Sunday dinner guests of the hitter's sister and brother-in- law, Mr and Mrs Bud Lawson at Corwith. .—o—• Catholic Daughters of America had a pic/iie Monday evening al Call Stale Park. Teaching nuns at St. C'erHia's Academy and Oarrigan high school were special guesls. —-O—— Mr and Mrs David Harig'are the parents of their .first child, a daughler born May 1!) at St. Ann hospital. She weighed seven pounds, five ounces. . r\ Mrs Roy Hul^ell and Mrs Ed Hage will be hostesses al a bridal shower this evening (Tuesday) honoriiv: Darlene Skpgslrom at the Ilut/eil home. Miss Skog- sliom will be married to Tom Kiruey June 4. The recently installed organ chimes at First Methodist church will lie dedicated Sunday. May 29, at the 10:30 worship services The chimes were purchased in memory of Lewis J. Reed, Fred Bartholomew, Clifford Ringsdorf David Bunting, Mr and Mrs L. A. Potter,-Mrs Bc7i Reid, Henry H Dcarchs. M. E. Olson. Agnes M. Laicllev, John Sabin, Viola Doug- Ins, Michael Lee Cheever and forrm.T members of the Wesleyan Service Guild. hi-neighbor Bv Clair Blossom GONE FISHIN' Wouldn't .you like lo hang that siqn on your door and close up shop? Many eager anglers are busy seeking the lakes and streams to pursue their favorite pastime. Fishing needs no defense nor e n c o u r- a g e m ent, as it is one of the most popular sports of our time. "If I might be judge, God never did make a more calm, quiet, innocent recreation than angling", wrote Izaak Walton over 200 years ago. Wouldn't you like to have a certain amount of peace of mind? Everybody would! An insurance program, tailored to your own individual needs, is one step in that direction. Blossom Insurance Agency, 109 No. Dodge Street, Algona. Phone CYpress 4-2735. GRAHAM'S RTSWEAR SALUTE TO SUMMER ! come . . pick your summer wardrobe of Ship 'n Shore SPORTS BLOUSES 3.98 Cool, crisp sleeveless styles and new "skimmer-tops" in easy-care blend of 45% Dacron, 35% Cotton . . . they wash and dry in a jiffy, require little or no ironing. Siiec 30 to 40. NOW ON SALE AT t)f. and Mrs Bob Oewel given n surprise houscwarminfl parly Saturday evening. Twenty- four .couples pnrlicipntcd and a treasure hunt was n feature of the evening. Mr and Mrs Richard Norton have as their guests 1he hitter's parents, Mr and Mrs Ner! Downing of Mnrshalltown. who came for the graduation of their grand- dfiughlc.r, Siri Norton. —o— Recent baptisms at St. Cecelia's Catholic church were Jamie Dean, son of Mr and Mrs Leland Brown; Steven Richard, son of Mr and Mrs Leon Vann; and Jean Ann, daiiKhter of Mr and Mrs Paul P. Oeken. Mr and, Mrs Edwin Hammer became the parents of their first child when an 8 pounds, ]() ounce boy was born lo them May 10 at St. Ann hospital. Mrs Hammer is the former Karen Kuchenreuther. —o— Banns of marriage have been announced at St. Cecelia's Catholic church for Dan-ell Ludwig & Sally Hardcopf, Robert Hutehin- Fon and Sandra Parsons, and Thomas Kinsey and Darlene Skogstrom. Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips, former residents now of Council Bluffs, are spending the week hero wilh their daughters and sons-in-law, Mr and Mrs Rex Voyles and Mr and Mrs Gary McDonald. —o— Mr and Mrs Walter Klamr were visited Thursday by Mrs Carrie DeLong, Mrs Anna Vinaas and Lloyd Vinaas all of DCS Moines and Leo Vinaas of Los Angeles. Mrs Vinaas is a well- known former Burl resident. John Beiser, Gail Towne, Francik Bunting and Bud Robinson returned Thursday from a fishing trip of several days at the AK gona cottage, Cass Lake, Minn. They report their luck was excellent. —o— ' Daily vacation Bible School will be held at the Mclhotlist church May 31 through June 10 in the morning sessions five days a week. Mrs John Schutler is superintendent and department heads are Mrs Wes Barliett, Mrn Robert McCullough and Mrs Jerry Anderson. Guild, business women's circle of the Presbyterian church, met Monday evening for a pot-luck supper at the home of Mrs Marc Moore. Mrs John Zalaznik gave the progrom, and Mrs D. G Cloptoh, devotions. Girls'of the church' „graduating, ffHjm high school'were guests. ^' ^T * " —o— Daily vacation church schoo' will be held at the Presbyterian church May 31 through June 10 from 9 lo 11:30 a.m. Youngsters three years old through the sixth grade are eligible to attend. Department heads are Mrs Don Hemmingsen, Mrs Willis Colwell. Mrs Merlon Baker and Mrs Joseph Skow. Mr and Mrs Robert Kuhlman became the parents of their first child when a son, Robert Lynn was born to them Sunday at St. Ann hospital. He weighed^ eight pounds, nine ounces. First time grandparents are Mr and Mrs Casey (Loss and the paternal grandmother is Mrs Wihna Kuhl- mah. The senior confirmation class of First Lutheran church w/is examined by the board Sunday evening. Candidalcs are Patricia Schullz, Kendra Sccly, Bruce Sundel, Sigwell Wood, Norman Slewart, Betty Holt, David Harig and James Johnson. Confirmation riles will be Sunday, May 29, at morning services. Dolores Eisenbarth of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend visiting her folks here, Mr and Mr> Jerome Eisenbart,h. While,here she also attendedUhe wedding of Darlene Fries and Alan Walker, and the baptism of her nephew John, son of Mr and Mrs Ron Gerber, May 22. Deloi'es is employed by the Cedar Rapid? school system. ,New officers have been elected for the Methodist Youth Fellowship. Karen Haase is president; Rosemary Medin, vice president; Myrna Mino, secretary; and Janice Olson, treasurer. Chairmen of program areas are: faith; Sherry Read; witness, Garry Graham; outreach, John Schutler, Jr.; citizenship, Audrey Gardner; fellowship, Carol R'ichman; publicity, Bill Bartlett; ..representative to the Algona Youth Council, Sheryl Olson, •v\ Two Swea City Boys Are Named To Boys State Swea City — Roger Johnson, son of the Fred Johnsons, has been selected by the Lions club as delegate to Boys State. Ronald Linde, son of the Roger Lindes, is the alternate. The American Legion har seeded Michael Stewart, son"' of Mr and Mrs Ed Stewart as their delegate, and Glendon Peterson, son of the Walter Petersons is alternate. \ Boys State will be held the wrok of Juno 5 to 11 nt Cnmp Dodfjc in DCS Moines. The boys arc selected {rom n list recommended by (.he faculty of the school on the basis of citizenship. All are juniors. Delia Turvold was honored by Ihe mothers ;md students of her two kindergarten classes nt a surprise parly Wednesday afternoon. The mothers prepared and served lunch to all present. Miss Turvold received a Rift from the gioup. Union 4-H Union boys 4-H club met May 10 at Ihe Union community cen : ter. Record books were worked on, Tim Vipond and Doug Jer- ponson were n.imnd tn rto to 4-TT camp at Clear Lake, Tom Henry was selected to go to short courses at Ames and lunch was served by the Rcillys and Deals Ledyard Pastor To New Home Ledyard — On Wednesday of last week Rev. and Mrs Victor Vriesen and their family moved into the new parsonage which has jirst been completed on the lot north of the church. Members of the congregation gathered on Tuesday and Wednesday to help with the moving. The old parsonage has been sold to Mr GRAHAM'S TSWEAR SALUTE TO SUMMER ! easy-care, no-iron 'N MATCH SPORT TOGS 2.98 up Sleeveless print blouse Roll up sleeve blouse Solid Jamaicas _ Slim • Skirt Box pleated Skirt _.__. $2.98 $3.98 $3.98 $7.98 \ A wonderful blend of 65% Daeron and 35% Cotton in •x beautifully styled and perfectly matched sportswear co-ordinates. Beige only, sizes 10 to 18. NOW ON SALE AT .inrt Mrs Virgil Olhnus .trtrt n some remodeling has been done they plan to move into it about June 1st. (JDM Classifieds Par Dividend! T»*ffqy, Mny 74, T96CT At 9° fto Meln**-3 In 1922, the first balloon tires increased its investment in news- were introduced on U.S. cars. The paper advertising by 3f) per cent lire and lube industry in 1957 over the previous year. ' • t PHONE CY 4-3535 - YOUR NIWSPAPfft Helpful friend of the traveling family Standard Oil Dealers say..: AS YOU "TRAVEL ASK US Need questions answered on your way? Make Standard your travel information center. 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