The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 7, 1960 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 7, 1960
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- I . AROUND ALGONA . The Presbyterian Daily Vaca lion Church School closing pro- r.i'fun will he Friflny evening at 7:30. —o—• Mr and Mrs Wilbur Reinders and fomily spent, last week at Denver. Colo, whore they visited the hitter's brother and friends. —o— Ed Blumer was transferred to n Fort Dodge hospital Thursday filter .being a patient at St. Ann for several days witli u heart condition, —o— Dick Palmer, high school t'-ncher, and Lermie Funk, Gary Angle and Denny Waller are on a trip through the New England Mates and southern Canada. Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler spent thi: weekend at Waterloo with Mrs Dorweiler's brothort and families, Re.a and Earl Hut- cliinsiin. , Mr and Mrs Francis Bjustrom are | he 1 , parents of twin boys born Jinn; 3 at St. Ann ho's- pilal. The babies weighed . r > pounds, '14'-j ounces and 4 pounds, 14, ounces. —o— Early, services for the summer have gone into effect at (he Methodist, anc^ Presbyterian churches, Methodist services are at. 8:30 and 10:30 a.m., with Sunday School in between and 1'resbyterian Siimlfiy School, is at 9 with worship services at 10:15. —o— David Kohl, son of Mr and. Mrs Ira Kohl, left Thursday for Charleston, W. Virginia where he will be employed for the summer by the Union Carbide Co. lie will return to Iowa Stale University in the fall where he will be a senior in chemical engineering. Eight Specs card club rriei Wednesday evening nt the home of Mrs Harold Hobson. were received by Mrs John Button, Mrs Elizabeth Post and Mrs Lesler Johnson. Men's council of the Presbyterian church had a breakfast Sunday morning at the Call Park. Glenn Jones was chairman of the committee with R. S. Blossom and Morion Baker. —o— Esther Quinby and Mrs Elizabeth Schenek are leaving this week for a nine day D.A.R. bus lour in which they will visit D.A.R, sponsored colleges in Illinois, Kentucky, Virginia and other states. —o— Bob Siephenson, former high school teacher here, spent the weekend in Algona. lie hai been teaching in the Ames high school and has recently accepted a position in the schools at Long Island, N. Y. —o— Robbie Hutchins spent a week here with his parents, Mr and Mrs Eugene Hutchins at the close of I he school year at Missouri Stale Teachers College at Maryville and is now at Des Moines where he is taking a summer course- in I.B.M. business machines. Mrs Thomas Kruso, the former Betty Murlagh and daughters Carolyn and Joanne, arrived here May 31 for a visit at the parental C. B. Murtagh's. ' They will be joined June 8 by Mr Kruse and Tommy and after a few days will go to San Francisco where on June 19 they will sail on the President Hoover for Yokahama, Japan. They will'go to Seoul, Korea where Mr Kruse will be stationed with the United Slates Information Service. Sgt. and Mrs George Button, Dottic and Jerry arrived here Monday from San Francisco for a visit with the parental John Duttons. The DuHons will go to Des Moines for the graduation of Jerry Button from Drnke University and the whole family plans to go to Cass Lake, Minn, for their annual vacation. —o— Mr and Mrs Darrah Mendenhall of Larrarnie, Wyo. are spending a -week visiting friends here. Mrs Menclenhall is the former Lela Stewart', long-time A'lgona residents. A pot-luck dinner was held for the Menclen- halls Friday evening at Mrs W. J. Sigsbee's. Guests included Mr and Mrs Walter Klnmp, Mr and Mrs J. P. Smith and Harvey Peck. • Portland Twp, By Mrs. Victor Fifth Mr and rMs Goodwyn Bergerud entertained Friday evening in honor of their daughter, Barbara's seventh birthday. Those attending the party wife, Mr and Mrs John Smidt and Mr and Mrs Meindert Smidt and Warren, all of Woden. Mrs Irma Leek of Aurora, Ore. Who has spent about three months at the Tom Trenary home and other relatives here, left with her son Erwin Leek and grandson, Darwin Leek for Arnegard, No. Dak., where she will Visit for awhile. Mr and Mrs returned home after attending Speedway Races. Mr and Mrs Sherald Sydnes and Roger of Ames came Saturday to visit at the Mennet Trunk- hill and Tony Jandl homes. Mennet Trunkhirt went Ic Wisconsin Thursday, where he visited his daughter and family, Harold Becker Friday morning the Indianapolis •••••»•••••••••••••••••••• "WHAT WOULD I DO WITH ONE OF THOSE "LITTLE" CARS? DO YOU THINK I'D BE SATISFIED AFTER 10 .YEARS BEHIND THE THE WHEEL OF MY 8-CYLINDER SUPER-DUPER SEDAN?" YOU BET! "MAN, YOU HAVEN'T LIVED UNTIL YOU'VE TAKEN OVER AT THE CONTROLS OF CHEVROLET'S CORVAIR - 'AND IT'S NOT LITTLE, IT'S COMPACT. THE REAR-MOUNTED ENGINE WHISKS YOU ALONG IN COMPLETE, EASIER-TO-HANDLE COMFORT AND THERE IS ROQM ENOUGH IN THE NIFTY INTERIOR FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY. ADD THE ECONOMY FACTOR AND I'M SURE YOU'LL JUNK THAT SUPER-DUPER SEDAN FOR GOOD." P. S. - DON'T FORGET CHEVY'S OTHER 1960 BEAUTIES. $TOP IN TODAY FOR A TRIAL RUN IN EITHER THE 1960 CHEVY OR CORVAIR (OR BOTH) AT KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Southwest OF Courthouse Phone CY 4-3554 the David • Westons. He cnmo home Sunday morning, bringing Mrs Weston and little son, Eric, back with him for a few days visit in the Trunkhill home -and also in the home of her grandparents. Mr and Mrs Tony Jandl. Mrs Ella Sigsbee, Mrs Elizabeth Kennedy, Mrs Tony Jandl and Mrs Hugh' Williams were guests of Mrs Karl Miller at Algona. Tuesday afternoon. A picnic supper was held at the Tom Trenary home Tuesday evening in honor of Tom's birthday. Those attending were Mr and Mrs Ralph Dugan and family and Mrs Harold Backer and Mr and Mrs Bill Trenary and Doyle. Mr and Mrs Tony Jandl went to West Bend Sunday. Mrs Tony Jandl visited her sister, Mrs Bertha Uilsorough, at Algona, l.'ist wcc>k. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy called at. the Arnold Danielsen home; Tuesday evening. v Several ladies from Portland attended the shower Thursday evening at the Presbyterian church in Burl in honor of Nelta Smidt, daughter of Hev. and Mrs H. A. Smidt, Butt. Mr and Mrs James Steven anc 1 family attended a .Steven family reunion at the Gene Hulings ne.'M' Brill Sunday. Mr and Mrs Milton Steven and family were Thursday evening visitors at, the parental Jay Steven home. ^Mr and Mrs Lawrence Govern went to Des Moines Thursday morning and came home Friday afternoon. While in Des Moines they look Mr and Mrs Frank Murphy and son lo Perry where they took a train for California, where they will visit relatives. Mr Murphy is a brother of Mrs Govern. Mrs Govern and two of her sisters, w,ill,drj\/e out, starting Saturday morning, for a suW prise family reunion, as the other brothers and sistfr*! do tint expect them. .. .' • < '. '; • [ \ • ; "Life itself can't j$?iVou > joy. unless' you really will it;. Life just gives you time and ' space — It's up to. you to fill • Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Mr and Mrs Al Lcnsing and Richard and Betty, Mrs Vernon Len.sing, Mr and Mrs Richard Mcnke, Kay nnd Janice, Alice Mcnke, Sioux City, spent Saturday in Ames, where'they attended graduation of Thomas Lensing. Mr and Mrs Thomas Lensing are moving this week to \Vliitteinore. Donna Bergman, Sioux City, came Saturday for the graduation of her sister Meredith. Mrs John Kemna and dnueh- ter spent Wednesday and Thursday at Humboldt where they attended a wedding and visited relatives. Mr and Mrs Tim Doocy and Diane, Ledyard, were Thursday dinner guests at the Laurence Bergman home. Miss Rosalee Dorr, Mason City. spent : the . weekend at the Clelus Dorr home and with the Ben »Dorrs, St. Benedict, Mrs Arnold Schiltz entertained a group of 20 ladies at a coffee.' parly Tuesday evening. Mrs Susan Cloche has returned from Esthervillo hospital where she was a patient for several days. . > ; •, ' : ' Mr' dnd Mrs LaUrenceiBergman and Meredith spent Sunday eve-, ninfe at j th6 Georg'e Johnson! hp$ie : , in ^Titjbhka.- . , ; ; ;. v ' ' ' i .' ' <• | s '.: Dorihik. -fe^rgmahi .' j^- iN.| • ty. jqspph'fe Mercy . hospital, / Sldji^x" City, ;anfl tlaughlef of Mr an'd' Mrs , Laurence Bergman war crowned May Queen in a 'ceremony held in St. Joseph's Parish. Sioux City, May 18. Jean Rahe. daughter of Mr and Mrs George Rahe, Bancroft, carried the crown. Richard Farrow, Sauk Center, Minn, came for a visit with relatives here and to be with his brother, Ben Farrow, Lakotn, who has been ill, other brothers are Harry and John Farrow. 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