The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1960 · Page 11
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 11

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 14, 1960
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./ Quartet Will Give Concert AtSweaCity Swea City -_ The Jubilniros Quartet from Minneapolis will nppear in concert ni Tmmnnuel Lutheran eluin.'h, Swoa Cily, n( 8 p.m. June 23. Linda Gamble of Dos Moinos 5s visiting with her grandparents tho W. R. Shiplors. Don Sl.nw of Ponsncnla, Fla. nntl Mrs Cora Slow of Burl and Mrs Morvin Johnson and family W( ro Tuesday evening supper guests at the Cecil Godfrodson homo. Mr Stow left for his homo the Inter purl of the week after a two week visit here and with other relatives find friends at. Hurt and Ihimboldt. Mr and Mrs Carl Lion and Linda and the Arnold McFarlands attended confirmation at Webster City last Sunday. They were guests at the Art Lien home. Mrs Jim TIarmn of Detroit, the Ralph Schmidts of Ceylon, Minn, and Mr and Mrs Englo of Minneapolis were recent visitors at the Louis Stengel home. - Alan Cliiussen left last week for Walla Walla, Wash, where he is to be employed for the summer. Roy Anderson was a recent visitor at the Oscar Lindc home. Mrs Anderson'is in Texas where she will visH their son James. Mr and Mrs Thad Johnson and girls are visiting in California -SIOUX- STEEL BUILDINGS AMERICA'S FINEST LINE OF FIRST QUALITY STEEL BUILDINGS • Strength To Last A Life- lime! • Flexibility To Fit Every Need! > s • Low square-foot cost for machine storage, livestock eheller, grain storage . . . Sales room, office, warehouse, and many other commercial uses. ANUf »CTU -SIOUX irnv »to out 11 tOMIMMMN* FOR DETAILS And A SQUARE DEAl E. E. (Bud) Robinson General Contractor 1001 No. Main.St. Algona CY 4-3374 THERE CO THOSE SMITHS. SHE'S SO FORTUNATE TO BE MARRIED TO SUCH A SMART MAN* WHY IS HE SO SMART, MOMMA? li 1 YOUR MOTHER MEANS THAT THROUGH HIS BANK HE INVESTED IN UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONOS WHICH WILL INSURE THE FUTURE WELFARE OF HIS FAMILY -AND SO SHOULD I ! \^r=r^-£l— g--:. EVERYONE SHOULD INVEST REGULARLY IN UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS A Good Investment United States Savings Bonds are one of the best sible investments you can make, And it's an ideal way to save. This bank will be glad to handle your purchast of U. S. Savings Bonds and at no charge whatsoever. Let us give you complete information on the Saving! Bonds road to thrift. SECURITY STATE BANK "The Friendly Bank" ALGONA, IOWA Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. and Washington with his mother mid brother and with her sister, Mrs Lewis Johnson, tho former Dorothy Lindc. Mrs Joseph Johnson attended the funeral of Marius Juhl at Fairmont Friday. Sunday evening guests at the Harold Krantz home lo eelebrnte the 10th birthday of their 'son Roger were the R. L. Krantz, Clnrk Millers, Dick Cosgroves, Kenneth Krantz, Mary Schultz and David Kilzingor, all of Titonka. Robert Assby of Estherville is visiting his grandparents, the Win. Bunkofskes. They were visitors at the Robert Bunkofske homo at Burl Sunday evening. Swea-Eagle Man To Immigration School, Texas Swea-Eagle — Tho John Thompsons arc planning to loavc Juno 10. for Moullric, Georgia, where Mrs Thompson and the children will visit for two months with her mother, Mrs T. W. Brown. Mr Thompson will report at Calexico, Cal., before he begins a. three month, school of Immigration and Naturalization at El Paso, Texas. Mrs Thompson will return to this area for a month pending future plans. Mr and Mrs Howard Decker attended the Leininger family reunion at Tuttle Lake Sunday. Mrs Marvin Sanders and Sheryl and Bruce of Ridgeway were guests of the Willim Sanders for the past week. Mr and Mrs Joe Preston, Mr and Mrs David Earp and Mr and Mrs Duane Jensen were guests at the Maynard Jensen's for the birthday of Mrs Earp Sunday. Mrs Martina Peters and Mrs Neil Keith, David and Timothy of Los Angeles, Calif, arrived at the home of their daughter and sister, the Lawrence Hansons, for a month's visit. Mrs William H. Peters of Minneapolis was a guest also for two days earlier in the week. Mrs Harry Lund and Lynette attended graduation at Upper Iowa University at Fayette last week. They were guests of Katherine Stevens. Mrs George K. Nelson and Mrs William Thompson entertained Mr and Mrs Henry Meyers of Clear Lake, Mr and Mrs Glen Curtis, Mr and Mrs Oscar Linde and Mr and Mrs J. A. Bilsburough Sunday at dinner at the Thompson home. Mrs Virgil Jensen was hostess to her Guild group Friday afternoon. Mrs Francis Torine had the program. Ma'rcia and Aleta Jensen left for Sioux Falls, S. D. for summer sessions at college. Memorial Day guests at the Thomas Prestons were Mr and Mrs Roy Link and Mrs Frank Krejki of Cedar Rapids, Mr and Mrs Merle MacAnich and Mrs Lois Rickard and girls of Rolfe, Mr and Mrs Irvin Link, Mr and Mrs Eldon Link and children and Mr and Mrs Sam Link and sons. Mr and Mrs John Thompson and family were honored guests at a farewell party Sunday evening at the Duane Erickson home. Other guests were Mr and Mrs Russell Erickson and family of Sherburn, Minn., Mr and Mrs Everett Erickson and family of Armstrong, Howard' and Forest Erickson, Mr and Mrs Gene Thompson, Mr and Mrs E. E. Thompson and Lionell, and Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompson. Thompson; vice president, Mrs Rurrlotte Iloeppner; secretary, Mrs Paul Kollasch; assistant .secretary, Mrs Ronald Heetland; treasurer, Mrs Stanley Sleeker; historian, Mrs James Mourer; sgt.-at-arms, Mrs Raymond Krominga; and assislanl sgl.-al-arms, Mrs Albert Bosnia, Jr. Guest speaker for tho evening was Mrs Fern Peterson of Swea City, County Junior Aclivily Chairman. Rochelle Ennonbcrg gave two tap dance numbers. Eligible junior gh Is were guests. Hostesses were Mrs Burdettc Hoeppner and Mrs Raymond Bierle. Mrs Jerry Heelland, Poppy chairman, reports that $35.39 was realized from the sale of poppies on Poppy Day. Lakota Couple Wed May 15 At Webster City Lakola — Sherry Lou Anderson of Webster City and Jacob Peterson, Jr. of 29 Palms, Cal., were united in marriage in the Chapel of the Baptist church at Webster City, Wednesday, May 25. Parents of the couple are Mr and Mrs Alton E. Anderson and Mr and Mrs Jakie P. Peterson of Lakota. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Robert E. Shaw. The bride wore a dress of white nylon chiffon with blue flowers and a hat of white nylon chiffon. Her flowers were white roses with blue ribbon. She wore a pearl necklace, a gift from the groom. Maid of honor was Luella Price and Duane Peterson was best man. For going away the bride chose a navy blue silk chantung suit with white accessories. The bride is a graduate of Lakota high school and Northwest Institute of Medical Laboratory Technique. She is now employed as a laboratory technician at Webster City. The groom is also a graduate of Lakota high school and is serving in the U.S. Marine Corps. He has just returned from overseas duty in Japan and reported to the 29 Palm base on June 4, Elect Officers Election of officers was held at the regular meeting of the Legion Auxiliary Monday evening. Elected were: president, Mrs Robert Gel-Together Overseas Gerald Hoetland, U.S. Marines, stationed at Guam, reported spending a day on Okinawa and visiting with Rex Larson who is stationed there. Two other Lakotrt boys, Richard Olson and Garry Spear, also stationed there, were busy and unable to visit with Gerald. Gerald is to leave Guam on June 14 and will be homo on leave the early part of July. He has spent, the past 18 months on Guam and will serve his remaining year with the marines in the United States. Stanley Vodraska, student at St. John's University, Minn., arrived Wednesday to spend the summer at the parental W. C. Vodraska home. Ladies of the Lincoln and Led- yarcl Township Homemakers clubs will hold a joint picnic at Lakota June 17 at 2 p.m. Mr and Mrs John Roclfsema attended the silver wedding open house for Mr and Mrs Henry Radamaker at their home in Titonka Saturday evening. The Lakota Blue Jay Garden club met June 6 with Monica Beemer. Monica Beemer and Cheryl Rae Anderson were the hostesses and served lunch. The Lakota Luckies 4-H club met June 10 at the home of Judy Jutting. Marilyn Rippentrop, Karen Bauinan and Linda' Clayton spoke and Margaret and Colleen Crawford gave a demonstration. The Luther League met at the Myrtle Cushman home Tuesday evening. Devotions and hymn singing were led by Linda'Karels. The topic was presented by Beverly and Carolyn Paulson with various leaguers taking part in three skits. After an even- of games, lunch was served by Beverly, Richard and David Cushman, Linda Karels, Caroly and Milton Paulson. Mrs Dick McGillivray and Perry, who have spent the last three weeks visiting at the parental Walter Lunn home, left Tuesday for their home in Palo Alto, Cal. Mr and Mrs William Coombes and'family of Fairmont and Walter Leslie were Sunday visitors at the Earl Paulson home. Mr and Mrs Harvey Reid and David of Algona and Francis Schrocder were Sunday guests at the Fred Schroeder home. Friday visitors at the A. C. Bierstad home were Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell of Fenton and Mrs Ella Meyer of Burt, Mrs Hugo Mittag of Webb. Mrs Bertha Nemitz, who has been staying at the Mittag home came to spend the summer with her daughter, Mrs Bierstad. Rodney and Jan Smith, children of the Vernon -Smith's, celebrated birthdays over the weekend. Guests Saturday evening were the Glen Mabus family, Arlowe Blome family, Elmer Paulson family. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs Jerry Heetland and the Ronald Heetland family. Steven Hert^ke, who attends Martin Luther school at Beatrice, Neb., spent the weekend with his parents, the Charles Hertzkes. A. C. Bierstad was honored on his birthday Thursday evening when the following came to surprise him: the Walter Sorensons of Burt, the Lyle Marlow family of Lone Rock, the Dick O'Donnell family of Lone Rock, the Clarence Macumber family of Algona and the Al Warner family of Algona. Mr and Mrs Jack Reisdorfer were guests Sunday at the Kenneth Mullarkey home in Swea City to help Jimmy celebrate his 7th birthday." Dr. and Mrs C. I. Groff of Milwaukee, Wis. were weekend guests in the Dr. I. G. Groff home. Mr and' Mrs Mike Christ, Sr., and Mr and Mrs John Roelfsema were Sunday dinner guests at the Albert Krosch home in Elmore. Ottosen Lady Honored On Her 85th Birthday Oftosen — Mrs Helen Campbell, who celebrated her eightieth birthday Thursday, r e c e i v e d fifty-eight cards that day, besides Rifts and flowers. Mrs Fred Kampen presented her with a big birthday cake and a corsage. Many friends called to visit with Mrs Campbell. She makes her home with a brother. Mr and Mrs W. G. Cooper. At Rochester Rev. and Mrs Harold Mountain are still at the clinic at Rochester. Minn, where he is receiving treatments. Friday after attending tho girls 4-H stale convention at Ames. More men are doing the food shopping and arc partly responsible for the increase in cheese consumption in recent year? BETTER PRINTING for less - Upper Des Moines Pub. Co., Only Krqft gives you Cheese Mr and Mrs Roy Jacobson left Saturday for Pequot Lake, Minn, for a week's vacation. They were accompanied by their daughter and husband, Mr and Mrs Nick Do Francisco of Dos Moines. Thursday afternoon visitors at the Magnus Bratland home were Mrs Gina OJson of Bode and Oliver Olson of Wisconsin. Ruth Usher returned homo Count on Kraft Dinner for tender macaroni Hint's creamy with golden cheese goodness. Have it on hand for speedy school lunches •nd hurry-up meals. Great eating any time! CHARLES (Chuck) BLOOM For All MUTUAL FUNDS Phpnt CYprew 4-2595 Algonp Ftinerat Homes Homes At LuVERNE RENWICK WESLEY TITONKA AMBULANCE SERVICE Oxygen Equipped -:- Radio Controlled Tuesday, June 14, I960 Algeria (la.) 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