The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1960 · Page 2
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Swimming Pool r, mo ' The swimming pool ia.lto b^eii Wedjttesday, June 8. Doin'fia Bleich will be lifeguard «mfl swimming instructor, assisted: by Carol Root and Shirley Reilinff. The topol has been cleaned and rcpairca, hc\v benches built along the west side and the premises cleaned up by volunteer help. Relative Passes Mr and Mrs L. L. Lease were called to Alexandria, Minn, May 28 by the death of her brother-in- law, Rev. Harry Raun. 67. He had been ill for two years and died in his sleep. Leases were accompanied by her sister, Mrs M. O. Hall of Hanlontown. Alumni Dinner Mr and Mrs Richard Madsen and Mr and Mrs John Paulson attended an alumni banquet in Britt May 28. Guests of honor were Dr. and Mrs Oliver Irish of Washington. D. C. who formerly lived east of Wesley. He is now head chemist in the Vets hospital laboratory and she is a metal- urgist. Hospittliied Mr and Mrs Ray Hansen went to Ankeny Friday to spend the holiday weekend with their son Jack Hansen and family. Mrs Roy Hansen became seriously ill and was taken to a Des Moines hospital. Mr and Mrs John Paulson and Joyce and his father, John Paulson Sr. of Britt spent Sunday May 29 in Spencer with the David Tegtmeyer family. Wesley members of the school band went to Corwith May 30 to participate in Memorial Day lervice. Mrs Jim Reising came home . from, Mercy hospital ty, ; wfi#re' sM hid 'sUr- ' At Indianapolis Race When you are shopping for a shower'or bridal gift. Be sure to check the list of names currently on our Bridal Reg 1st f r - • • i. • • -. • Wiltgen's Jewelers MOOSE NEWS The Lov«l Ordar oi Moos* earned public recognition as Am T ' fraternal organiza T erica's tion by cbrhpUing an Outstanding record, of service ami a dedication to the betterment of humanity. It is one of the few organizations Which mairUaiu a home for sons an,4 daughter's of Mgp.se members in cases where the parents are deceased, This is at Mooseheart, Mrs* Alf ^tuder went to f)es Moitics Tuesday and spent several days at the home of her sqn Don Studer and family. , Mrs Bill Studer and children ot Clarion spertt, several "days last week at the home of feill's mother, Mrs Viola Studer, and with other relatives.. Mrs J. t. Meurer accompanied Mrs A. N. Richtsmeier to Milwaukee, Wis. May 24 where they spent several days and brought back Janice Richtsmeier who had completed two years at Alverno college there. She plans to attend Iowa State University at Ames next year. Mr and Mrs Gerald (Bud) Studer and family of Mason City were Sunday guests in the par*- ental Alf Studer home. Mr and Mrs Wallace Donovan of Spirit Lake were Memorial Day guests in the Halvor Flom home. Mi's. Henry Bruns of Algona spent several days last week in the home of her son, Dwight Bruns and family. Memorial Day guests in the G M. Studer home were Bud: Hauptmans of Bancroft^ Larry Langs, Mason City, Bill Studers, Clarion, and. Mrs Viola Studer. Jack Bohns of Ames spent Memorial Day in the parental, Lrfto. Bleich home. Mrs John Welter of Dubuque spent several days over the Memorial Day weekend at the parental,. Ben. G. Studer hom« Mrs Studer is recuperating slowly from a stroke in. St. Ann hospital, Father Basil Studer of North Canada is visiting relatives here too. Mrs Roland Wald- schrnidt and Judy of Spencer spent last week in her parental Ben G, Studer home. May 26 guests in the Leonard Arndorfer home in honor of Vicki's graduation from the 8th grade in St. Joseph's parochial school were Mr and Mrs Jim Walmsley and baby of Corwith Mr and Mrs Elmer Doughan and Mr and Mis Victor Loebig. :Margaret Ann Bleich, who graduated from Garrigan high ; school in Algona May 29, was ; honored at a family gathering of 6* relatives and friends at the parental Frank Bleich home at a buffet supper. Mr and Mrs Harold Hamilton and family of Minneapolis and Mrs H. G. Hamilton of Ban- <?roft were Sunday guests in the Martin Hamilton home. i Mrs Erling Flom went to ; Denver, Colo. Saturday evening j to visit her daughter, Sandra, i |l. N. "Mrs Flom and Roger Will! join them this weekend for a week's sightseeing vacation. Herman Adolf of Richmond, Cat. is spending several 'days this Week with his sister, Mrs Win. Martinek and husband. Mr and Mrs Will Martinek visited May 23 with the Harry Kaisers of Sutherland. Mr and Mrs Don Kraus and Rickic attended graduation of her niece, Susannc Ketchin at Vinton high school, May 27. They brought Mrs Kraus' brother, Will Ketchen, home with them for , a week's visit. Mr and Mrs Wayne Swintoh of Davenport spent the weekend with her brother Gordon Giddings and his son Merle of Omaha, Nebraska, who was home May 29. """ Mrs Wm. Stalzcr had as her Memoml Day weekend guests the Elmer Stalzers of Madison, S. D., Louis Stalzers, Moreland, Harry Stalzers, Renwick, Harold Elberts, Whittemore, and the Cletus and Ralph Stalzers. Clarence Ward was brought 'home Wednesday from Mercy hospital, Mason City, where h^ had been several weeks, Mrs Hazel Gerdes and Irene Hanig returned home Wednesday from Grinnell where they spent Trying a race car for size prior to start of the 1960 Indianapolis 500 Mile liace is E. R. Parrish (right) of Algona, Iowa. Parrish, with B.' E. Hogan (left), Manager of Dealer Sales for Firestone, was among an estimated 200,000 spectators who watched the 44th annual Memorial Day classic, May 30. Parrish is Territory Salesman for the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, in this area, and won the trip to the big speed classic where he. was an eye witness to the collapse of a section of bleachers. (UDM engraving). MOM* Lodg* m«mb«c« h*),ve had the opportunity m r«- cent weeks to visit soon; of the adjacent lodges. Fine Moose. Lodge fcomes are to be found in, Fcwt Dodge; Mason City, Spencer and Charles City, to mention only a few-. Local lodge members are always welcome at (jther Moose excellent! Hifh • WH best if some 900 track aod field athlete* from 47,, Illinois high ois. tric Muty in Illin, iwpirod M *• ho* they pan join the Moose Lodge, 'rofct obstacles, to tent several days with the Jim Lin- coins. Christian Mothers held their regular meeting Wednesday evening. Father Basil Studer showed films of the Yukon territory of Canada where he does missionary work. Christian Mother'? will serve breakfast in the Parish Hall on Father's Day after Uxe 9 o'clock Mess. Mr and Mr& Paul Grey of.Lp- Mars, Mrs Paul Meleney of Iowa City and Doona Meleqey of Le- Ma'rs were May 29 guests in thq U H. Klejnpeter home. Rq*m|e and Danny Baker, sons Of Mr a,nd Mrs B.ob Baker of Denver, Colo, are spending several weeks with tbU 1 grandpar-. enis> Mr and Mrs L. H Kleinpeter and with' other relatives, They cgjpe home with Mr and Mrs David Kleinpeter, who had a Bankers conventipn. He was lucky winnex of a to Bermuda, Mrs Leonard Arndorfer tended tt>e Democratic at tion in Dee Moines recently. Mtf and, Mr,?. A r ndqrfer and Yickj wijre May 39 gupsts in the ROT man, WHpelmi home at Bancroft ancjj Attended the graduation ex ' in S^. John's parochial school. Joan Wilhclmi was H member of the class. w Arnie, GalJagher of Denison " injUp«d, recently when j^ftt' w^h .wljich he wonting - eame m c.oqji^ct <}fectrie lines 1 . Gallagher the char£6, hit him afc he stepped from the cab of the unit to at- 'tach a chain. Burt Firemen To Hold Dance This Saturday Burt- — Members of the Burt Volunteer Fire Department are, holding their annual Fireman's Dance Saturday evening, June 11, at .the Burl Legion hall. Maleks Accordion Band will furnish the music for new and old '.time dancing. Tickets are now on sale and may be purchased from any member of the department or they may be purchased at the door. Proceeds from the dance will be used to purchase needed equipment. Ladies Aid Met The members of St. John's Ladies Aid held their June meeting Thursday afternoon with Mrs Arthur Schultz and Mrs Erwin Schwietett as hostesses. After a quiz on Bible study, the -questions were discussed with Mrs Lawrence Presthus as moderator. Mrs . Arthur Schultz and. Mrs Carl Reynolds reported on the L.W.M.L. Rally they recently attended. The ladies voted" at this meeting to furnish the milk for the noon lunch for all children attending Bible School June 6 - 12. A card was signed by all present to be sent to a former pastor's wife, Mrs E. L. Wittkopp who is recovering , from surgery Sioux City hospital. in a Visit Relatives Mr and Mrs E. R. Woltz left Friday for several days visit with relatives and friends. On Friday they were guests of former residents, Barb and Florence Hammerstrom at Riceville, From' there they went to the. home of a daughter, the Lester Lovstads at Stewartville, Mina While there they attended the graduation exercises at Stewartville high school. Their grand son, Vernoft Lovstad, was one of the class receiving diplomas. The Woltz also visited at th<; Merle Woltz home at Chat field, Minn, and at the Oscai; Riddle home at West Concord. Mariners Met The Mariners Club met at the church Sunday evening with Mi 1 and Mrs George Becker and Mr and Mrs Leonard Stenzel as, hostesses. Mr and .Mrs R.OSCOC Mawdsley had the devotions a'nd the pro-, gram discussion period, • led by Mr and Mrs Bert Baldwin, fol lowed.the showing of a film. Attend Convention < : The annual Walther League, convention was hpld at Okobpji May 2a - 30. Delegates from St, John's Wallhcr League Terry Tivman and Duane Witt. MrsT'Ch,arles Lappe is moving; her. BA'yuty Shopue from hc« . home to a. new lucaliwn in, the buil,cU«£ veiled, b^ Aivp J ers, .just, east of Yowls' stove.! Mi's John Kissn'er,. Shirley.' an/J Jerry attended graduation; -exer,' cises' at' Rodman May 25. • ' Mr and Mrs E. R. Woltz Tuesday at the Pete Looft .home at Armstrong. They were accompanied as far as Swea City by ivlrs Cora Stow who visited at the home of her daughter and husband, the Cecil Godfredsons. Mr and Mrs Merwyn Cunningham, Lana and Merwyn Jr. and Mr and Mrs Robert Voigt visited at the Clarence Cunningham borne at Elmore Sunday evening. Mr and Mrs William Matinson and family of Madison, Wise, were Memorial Day weekend guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Robert Hamilton. Ray Walker, Gene Bullock, George Manus, and Charles Scott spent from Thursday day 'fishing in Minnesota. Mr ana Mrs Leonard Schaen- felder and family of Deadwood, S. D. were recent visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Bert Werners and family. Mr and Mrs Herbert Valentine of Truman, Minn., were Monday visitors at the Albert Valentine's. Mrs Walter Campney returned 1o her home the end,of the week from the Spirit Lake hospital where she had submitted to sur- werr hostessed over Memorial | weekend to their son and'fam- ily, (he Willjs Chipmans of Milwaukee, Wis. Also guests at the Chipman .home Sunday were Mr and Mrs Myron Chipman, Ames, ;md Mr and Mrs Law- rrnce Chipman and family, Al- Rona. Mr and Mrs Harley Hanson, David, Bruce and June spent Memorial weekend at the parental Otto Hanson home at Roland. Last rites for Ncls Handcnich. long time Trimont, Minn, resident, vvere held on Wednesday afternoon. Attending the services wore the following area i datives: Mr and Mrs Charles Scott, Mr and Mrs Robert Dransfeldt. Alvin Andrcason, Mrs Loyala O'Brien, Frank Bahling, Mr and Mrs Clarence Andrcason and Mr arid Mrs Fred Drans- felclt. Robert Dransfoldt and Alvin Andreason acted as pallbearers. Mrs Gt'orge' Manus was hostess to a group of ladies at her home Tuesday evening. Mr and Mrs Jim Schenck spent the Memorial weekend with his mother, Mrs Luclla Schenck. Guests at the Eugene Meyer's Memorial Day wer^ Mr and Mr? EuClaire Meyer and family and Mrs Ella Mo.yer. Mr and Mrs E. R. Woltz visited at the Ernest Godfredson and Paul Dcttman homes, Algona, on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredson and Mr and Mrs Edward Godfredson and family, Bancroft, called at the E. R. Woltz home Memorial Day. Mr and Mrs Harry Hobson of Clarion attended the Memorial Services l\pre. At noon the Hobsons and her sister, Mrs Carrie Larson had dinner at the Ella Sigsbee home. Mr and Mrs George Hawcolt spent Monday at Rochester where George had a checkup. Robert Moore, who had been to University hospitals for a check-up, returned to Iowa City on Wednesday where he will submit to surgery. Mr and Mrs Harold Bjuslrorn of Whittemore are the proud parents of their first child a son, born May 29. Mrs Bjustrom is: the former Marlys Long. Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Cecil Long and Mr and Mrs Cecil Bjustrom and the great-grandparents are Mr and Mrs G. O. McFarland and Mr and Mrs Ivan Long. Mr and Mrs Ernest Mauman entertained in honor of their son Dale following his graduation from Algona high school. v Dr. and Mrs Jim Klaus and son Brian of Flint, Mich, arrived at the parental Ernest Nauman home on Wednesday evening. Mrs Klaus is the former Donna Nauman. They were accompan- ied to their home by Judy Nauman who will spend the summer with her sister and family. , Mr and Mrs Louis Riedel spent the weekend visiting at the homi's of their children, the Gerald Riedels at Dubuque and the Jim Fredericksons at Rockwell. A group of friends and relatives gathered at the home of Cora Stow Memorial Day for a picnic dinner. Present were Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfredson and Mrs Merwyn Johnson and children cV Swca City, Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredson, Mr and Mrs Edward Godfredson and family. Bancroft, Mr and Mrs W. E. Stow, Kristie and Pamela, Humboldt; Donald Stow, Pensacola, Fin., Mr and Mrs Orville Stow and daughters. Davenport; M:« Amelia Polhemus, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Dotfie and Jimmy Doege of Burt. Mr and Mrs Merwyn Cunningham, Joe, Lann and Merwyn Jr. attended last riles for Ray Cunningham at Algona Tuesday afternoon. The two men were cousins. Grover Giddings spent the Memorial Weekend with John Nauman at his home at Augusta. Wis. John recently returned home 'from the hospital where hi.' had received medical treatment. Mr and Mrs Owen Hopkins and family of Frcdericksburg spent the Memorial Day weekend at the home of J. L. Millers on Memorial Day. The Millers, the Hopkins and th t Clark Millers of Titonkn enjoyed a picnic at Lake Crystal, Minn. Mr and Mrs Waller Campney were hosts over the Memorial weekend to Mr and Mrs Benjamin Thompson of Keokuk. Mr and Mrs Earl Laurilzen and Craig and Mr ;Vid Mrs Fred Gebken and boys attended a Leiningcr family reunion at Tuttle Lake May 29. Mrs Donald Leininger, Tampa Fla. and Garry Kline, Newton. Wis., were Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs Earl Lauritzen and Craig. Rev. and Mrs Fred Samck and Cheryl Ann spent Memoria Day with Mrs Samek's parents the Clarence Swabs at Charles City. Larry Hinckley, Aberdeen, So. Dak. spent from Saturday until Tuesday with his mother, brother and sisters. On Sunday all spent the day with Mr Hinckley at Oakdalc. Mr and Mrs Cecil Steward and family of Ha/.elcrcst, 111. spent Memorial Day weekend at the parental Walter Steward home. daughter of |vlr and Mrs Milton Farrow, was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower at the Sacred Heart Hall in Ledynrd. She will be married June 23 to Gone Nelson of Winnebago, Minn. Hostesses were Mrs Ted Tliil- gcs, Mrs S. L. Powers, Miss Barbara Farrow, Mrs Hubert and Mrs Lawrence Govern, Mrs Wilber Farrow, Mrs Dunne Murphy Mrs Vcrn Anderson, Mrs Rarold Ingtett, Ella McDonald, Mrs James Govern and Mrs Jack Krebsbach, Miss Farfqw was also honored at showers In Armetrong and i Winnebago, Minn. Silver Wedding Wegley — Mr and Mrs John Paulson were honored on their Silver \vedding_jinnivensnFy Sunday, June 5 by open house from 2 - 5 and 7 - 9 at their farm home. Their daughters, Joyce and Janice and relatives from Kanawha planned the party. Announcing I Now Have David Schaefer Of Swea City Doing Service Work. He Has Had Experience Working On All Makes — Models Including Colored T.V. For Prompt And Efficient Service Call CY 4-4651. KOSSUTH RADIO & ELECTRIC Mary Farrow To Wed June 23 Lakota Mary Ellen Farrow. gery. , Judy Valentine her grandparents, accompanied Mr and Mrs Paul Hudson of Fenton to Omaha, Neb.', where they visited with her parents, the George Valentines. Larry Manus spent Wednesday in Des Moines taking his physical examination for "selective, service. Lura Sewick left this week for a visit at the Albert Sewick home in Florida. Nancy Hudson, Georgia Marlow, and Jan Wood, all of Algona, visited with Georgia's grandmother, Mrs Anna Bierstedt recently. Mrs Lyle Marlow and daughter, DcAnn, Lone Rock, visited her mother, Mrs Anna Bierstedt Sun- Mr and Mrs Ivan Long were visitors Sunday at the Louis Scott home. . Adrian Arbogast of Featon has been hired ag the new mechanic at Carman's Garage and Body Shop. . Mrs Albert" Deitering and Mrs Lamont Jenson, Bancroft, visited with Mrs Anna Dietering at Wil- fair- Haven Thursday. Vacation Bible school at St. John's Lutheran church will be .held daily from 9:00 a.m. to 3:15 'p.m., Monday June 6 through 10th. Children are to bring their noon lunch. The W.S.C.S. will hold its pledge meeting June 1, Hostesses will be Stella Qusman, Helen Steward, Charlotte Hadegar, Mary Jean Carlson and Georgia Holding. Mr and Mrs Clyde Bristow and, Mrs Charles Lappe took Mrs Frank Borntrager to Mason City to catch a, bus to her homo in South Bend, . Ind- Thursday. Mrs Qorotrager has spent tin- past two months with her sister, Mrs Bdstaw./ .'- Mr and W[rs Clarence Andreason, Downey, Calif, have been guests of hjs sister and husband, the Charles Scotts and with othee tb,is fitfea. inewbers of the sewing . circle .met with Nolle 6j) Friday, afternoon: Mi's A, H. 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