The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 31, 1960 · Page 12
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4~AI0<ma (Id,) Upper Da; Moinei Tu68a'ay/M>y 91, 1960 • BURT By Mrs Al Hinekley • Mr and Mrs Ray Dremmel, Barbara and 'Marsha fcpent the weekend at the home -of their son and family. The Don Drem- mels at Dubuque. Dr. and Mrs M. I. Lichter, Ray and Tommy, spent Wednesday in Mason City. They attended capping exercises at the St. Joseph's hospital school of nursing. Their daughter, Lois, was one of the class of. 17 members who completed one year of training. Mr and Mrs- Everett Speiry, Minneapolis, and Mr and Mrs Harold Sperry, Brooten, Minn., were visitors May 22 at the home of the Sperry's sister and family, the Ray Dremmels. Ruth and Esther Hodgson left Monday for El Paso, 111., .where they attende last rites for an uncle, Dr. C. C. Patton. Cheryl Immerfall, Algona, and Mr and Mrs Ed Hackbarth, Lone Kock, were guests at the William McKim home Friday evening- Guests at the Charles Davis home following graduation exercises, honoring Garry and Jay Davis were Mr and Mrs Art Davis, Laurens, Mrs J. Williams, Have- JOCK, Mr and Mrs Jerry Davis and Carol, Aigona, and Mr and Mrs hubert Campney, Ruthven. Mr and Mrs Jake Smith spent the weekend with their daughter, a freshman at S.U.I., Iowa City. They were accompanied as tar as Carolville by Mrs Helen Vogel who visited her daughter and family, the Dr. Robert Melvilles. Mr and Mrs Glen Teeter and daughter Gwenyth and Janice Dreyer spent Sunday visiting with Mrs Dell Davidson and family at Mankato, Minn.' 1 Mr and Mrs Bernard Mtester entertained in honor of their son, William following dommence- ment. Guests were Mr 1 Wm. Mies er Sr, Wall Lake, la., Mr and Mrs R B. Cox, Fort Dodge. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Wm. Miester Jr. and Mr and Mrs Frances Miester, Wall Lake, Mr and Mrs Paul Miester and family, Sutherland, Mr and Mrs Harold Presthus and family, Mr and Mrs John J. Welp and family, Bancroft, Miss JoAnn Welp, Fort Dodge, Paul Anlicker, West Bend, Joe Koppen, Vivian Dutton and Cheryl Lovstad, all of Burt. Guests at the George Koestler home following commencement in honor of their son Jerry were Vernol Koestler, Detroit, Mich., Betty and Marie Gigler, Titonka, Arnold Schutter, Titonka, Mrs Lester Lovstad, Vernon and LaVonne, Stewartville, Minn., David Christensen, Ames. Mr and Mrs Clifford Krantz and family, Titonka, Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel, Mr and Mrs Jack Ticman and jerry, Mr and Mrs Rudy Willrett, and Mr and Mrs Darrell Davis, all of Burt. , . Mrs Al Hinekley entertained following comrnt'ncement exercises honoring Marilyn and Can- Ivn Guests were Mrs Max Goldman and Mrs Ruth Bolie, Titonka, Mr and Mrs Ed Krohnbcrg and LaMaync, Keister, Minn., Mr and Mrs Henry Prange, Lois and Bob- l.y Mr and Mrs Henry Saucke, Mr and Mr:; John Krohnberg, and Mr and Mrs A. A. Hornlasch all oi Wells, Minn. Larry Hinekley, Aberdeen, So. Dak., Judy Hmck- li-y, Donna Teeter and J. D. An- rifcws all of Indianola. Mrs Eftie loeter and Mrs Elvira Chnslen- sen Algona. Mr and Mrs Chfl holding, Mr and Mrs Dean An- cavws, Mr and Mrs I. L. lelher K-v. and Mrs Samek, Burt, Linct Larson, Algona. Vernal Koestler is spending v.-eek at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs George Koestloi Vernal has been employed as tin eliTironics technician at IJetroii. Kfv and Mrs Frtd Samek and Cheryl Ann and Waller Cttmuney visited Monday evening with Mrs Waller O'ampney, a patient in the tpiril Lake hospital. Ncrmaa Mitchell spent the wi'ekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Don Mitchell. uuesu at the Walter Steward home following graduation, honoring Perry Steward and Gary Aubas were Marjoriu Orr, Algona, Eugene Steward and Wilma Wirl- t" Ames, Mr and Mrs Ed Abba, Ghina and Gail ol Bode, Mr and Mrs Melvin Abbas and Janice ol Algona, Mr and Mrs Cliff Abbas Judy and Janice and Mrs Florence EaUby all of Burt. Mr and Mrs Dean Reed and Cheryl of Mankato spent las weekend with her Mother, Mi Helen Johnson. Mr and Mrs Charles Day, Stan hope, visited from Friday unU Me nday at the G. O. McFarland home. On Saturday the Days and u ,e MeFarlands enjoyed some tishing at Tultle Lake. On Sunday they were guests of the ladies mother Mrs Mathilda Mcl-arland al Swea City. Sunday evening Uiey were guests in the Cecil Long home at Algona. Walter Eailes of Beaver Creek, Minn, was an overnight guest al the G. O. McFailaud home Thursday. aeverly Christensen, fort Dodge, Mrs Elvira Christensen, ^ A!"ona t,nd Marilyn Hmckley ^ot-nt Tuesday afternoon with Mrs William Christensen. Dr. and Mrs W. F. Hamstreel o Brownsville, Tex., arrived in Burt recently for a visit with mends ;md relatives. On Monday, • the Ilamstreets and Mrs Lance Rieb- Jioff were luncheon guests at the Julm Gt-t-^mua home. *»***»»»•»*****»**» .*»»»»****"»*• VIKING OIL CO FARM OILS AND GREASES Premiums with Your Gas Purchases BULK DELIVERY SERVICE Station and Bulk Plant North Milwaukee Depot >.»,»» + + »••»*»* OWA STATE BANK, JUgonsa, Iowa "Your Partner In Progress" Buyers & Sellers of All Grains . Oet our bids on your grain before you sell • Federal Licensed Storage Warehouse. H. Dale Cole or Corwin'C. Peer A • \ :•'•'. , ,419 S. Phillips St. CY 4-274 ® FIBERGLASS TANKS Guaranteed for Life ; ® AUTOMATIC OPERATION © SOLID BRASS OPERATING PARTS — Can't Rust. 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You'need only to step into the spacious, modern quarters of the Iowa State Bank to realize that every effort is being made to maintain the pace of progress-all in keeping with good, sound banking principles. Free, three-minute parking in front of the bank, sidewalk teller window, film record of checks are a few of the steps in progress for better service. In the past year the bank has added another feature which facilitates the processing of customers' business by installing a proof machine which verifies all transactions in the bank. An average of 4000 checks, deposits and cash items are handled each day by this machine, and on one dc.y 7,335 items were processed. The staff of the Iowa State Bank are A. f. (Al) Agena, President; Harold Gilmore, Chairman of the Board; Gordon Hall, Vice President; F. L. (Roy) McMahon, Vice Pros, and Cashjer; Ed J. Gilmore, Asst. Cashier; Louise Magnuson; Anna Merritt; Alice Reding; Mary Ann Berte; Elaine Walline; Peg Prior; Doris R. 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