The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 14, 1960 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 14, 1960
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ifenf un New Employee On Duty At Lone Rock Bank Lone Rock—Jerry Newbrough, son of Mr nrjd Mrs Lawrence Nuwbroiigh, begnn work in the Lone Rock Bank Tuesday. Ernest Jensen recently retired from the job of assistant cashier. Out Of Hospital Snm McCleish, who recently suffered a, broken neck in n car accident, returned home from thr hospital Thursday. Hnrlan Blanchard returned from Rochester where he underwent surgery Monday. Mr and Mrs- Darryl Householder and Daniel Lee and Mrs Glenn Householder snenl froiv Sunday until Wednesday at the Glenn Householder home a' Hackensack, Minn. HAIL ENSURANCE See VOIGT INSURANCE '* Fenton Mr and Mrs A. W. Jackson of Marionette, Wis. arrived Saturday for a visit in the Kenneth Jackson home. Mr and Mrs James Long and Mrs Ralph Thompson of Lone Rock visited in Joliet and Chicago, III. wilh Mrs Roberi Binzen and Mis Verna Lampe Mrs Lampe returned with tin Longs' and Mi's Thompson to visit with Mrfe Richard Long at Ban croft. Mr and Mrs Don Cash visiter m Ihe Wallace McArlhur home. Sunday. Mariela Chrislonsen, daughle of Mr and Mis P. M. Christen sen, left for Pueblo, Colo, aflei .spending her vacation here. J M. Jensen of Ringstecl was t caller recently in the Christen•ion home. Mr and Mrs Angus Cotlon Jr md daughter, Clarendon Heights 111. arrived 'Saturday for a visi. at the A. L. Cotton home. The> also attended the John Cotton wedding. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig and Mr and Mrs II. A. Holmgren left Sunday for a week at Leecl Lake, Minn. Mr and Mrs H. W. Hartman and family spent last week vacationing in Minnesota. Mrs Glenn Householder anr Gloria went to Omaha, , Neb Friday. Gloria will visit lor few weeks in the home of her sister, Mrs Paul Anglen. Mr and Mrs Ray Laabs entertained the following guests for Jacqueline's confirmation Sunday: .Mr and Mrs L. A. Hack- barlh, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Hackbarlh and David, Mr and Airs Herb ilackbarlh. Dirk anr'. Dcnise. Mr and Mrs Lelancl Hantelman, Craig and Patty Duluth, Minn., Joanne Hantelman of St. Paul, Mr and Mrs Clarence Lohse and Karen of Fairmont, Rev. and Mrs Martin Peters, Mr and Mrs Roy Bierle and family, Mr and Mrs Paul Voigt, Roxy and Judy, Joe Cul- berlsort and Mr and Mrs Roger Robbins and Danny of Haslings. Guests Sunday in the Charles Morns home lionoiing Mariela Christensen were Mr and Mrs Jack Johnson of Gowrie, Mr and Mrs P. M. Christensen and Merwyn, Ruth Krueger and Will ChrLUenscn. Mr and Mrs P. M Christensen and Mariela visited in the A. F." Krueger home at Fairmont Wednesday. Mr ai'.d Mrs Ed Moore anc liehard of Altoona visited recently in the Leo Ramus home. Mr and Mrs Art Person visited .n the Mr and Mrs Dan iome at Amboy recently. ther Theological Seminary, at St. Paul. He is married to the former Kathryn Voss of Lakefield, Minn., who is also a graduate of Si. Olaf Fairview hospital school of nursing. They are parents of two children. Erick, 2, and Amy Louise two 'months old. Lloyd Special for a Sportsman This New Lightweight PORTABLE ICEBOX $0.88 Rag. $4.95 Amailng portable tee box made entirely of polyityrcne insulation. 16x12x14 deep. Boat Cushion $4.95 The best for Dad — Coail Guard approved. Coel Summer SANDALS Illuminated COMPASS For Dad's Car Perfect child* gift, Aitl. »izes, colon. This beauly ihlnet ql nlaht. Eaty la mount. 2-Lite "Blinker" BATTERY LANTERN Great for h!i car or boot. Powerful while front beam plui red blinker warning III*. For a Fishing Fqffier This Peluxe TACKLE BOX A dandy for th« tnonty) Seaml»ii watertight torry»)l i-tP0»pl»le wi^ lock and LONE ROCK NEWS were Sunday guests Thompson home. Roger and Becky spent the past in the Brandow week in the home Mr and Mrs Harvey Larson. Mr and Mrs Bernard Kramer of Algonci are the parents of a daughter horn June 5 at St. Ann hospital, Algona. The baby has been named Shelly Ann and weighed 8 Ibs. and 14 oz. Mrs Kramer and Sh'elly have been staying in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs Milton Marlow. Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder were Thursday callers In the Ervin Klatt home in Ringstcd They celebrated Mrs Klatt's birthday. Mr and Mrs John Behrends attended the wedding of their niece, Cheryl Lutz, at Bafnham Sunday. Mrs $mma Hurlburt and gt#s Saturday guests in the Nevo Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Cletus Quinn and family are visiting in the Jack Quinn home for awhile. The Quinns Will be moving to Chicago where Clelus has taken an engineering job. Guest Day At Seneca Church For 5 Groups Seneca — The. Blakjer Women's Missionary Federation hole a guest clay Friday afternoon Guests-were present from the SI John's Lutheran church, Cylin cler; the Methodist, Fenton; tin St. Paul's and the St. John's Lu .heran churches, Ringsled; the Naxarelh church of Armstrong and other friends. The program opened with prelude music played by Mrs John Johannescn. Mrs Stanley Hansen of Ringsled conducted devotions. A vocal trio from Armstrong, Mrs Donald Anderson, Mrs Richard Krurnm and Mrs Roger Larsen sang, with Mrs Mildred Opsal as accompanist. Mrs Henry Steenhard of Lakota was guest speaker. She is a graduate of St. Olaf college, did work on hpr M.A. degree at the University -'of Minn., taught school five years and worked with the Lutheran Welfare in Minneapolis for two years. She spoke on the importance of understanding one another. Mrs Eldon Rhodes of Cylindet presented a vocal solo, "Prayer' with Mrs Lester Larscn as accompanist. A free will offering was received after which the group sang "Saviour Again To , Thy Dear Name We Raise." The'-pro gram closed wilh the "Doxology." Refreshments, Were served h the church parlors where the tables were_ decorated with gar "en flowers. At Texas Graduation Mr and Mrs Oscar Patterson •eturnecl home Tuesday after laving attended the high school graduation of their granddaugh- er, Paige Patterson, daughter oi. he Wesley Pattersons, Dallas. Texas. Tne Pattersons drove to St. Joseph, Missouri, where they lielped their grandson. Billy Gil- chrisl observe a birthday anniversary. A.1 Mankato Exercises Mrs Maynard Hurlb\irt, Mrs Virgil Gardner, Mrs John England and Patty of Estherville and Mrs Lyle England, Mary and Barbara attended commencement exercises at Mankato Stale Teachers college on June 3. Lyman Hurlburl, son of Ihc Maynard Hurlburts, received his BA degree. Following the exercises the group were coffee guests at the home- of Mrs David Fitz, Ihe former Carol Hurlburt. Lyman will work at the Bots- ord Lumber Co. at Algona this- uminer and plans to teach this all. Mr and Mrs Garry 1 Householder of Lone Ruck are parents o£ a baby daughter born June 7 at St. Ann hospital. She has been named Vitki Jo and weighed 8 Ibs. and '.i oz. Mrs Darryl Householder attended a get-together for Lita Barker and Marilyn JenLz in the Arnold Laabs home Fria»..y morning. Those present .were Mrs David Berkland and son and Mrs Richard Underwood, Lynette', Lenore and Lynn David and Mrs James Meyer. Mrs Merle Neilsen visited Monday in the Maude Blanchard home. Kay Geitxenauer, daughter ol the Lawrence Gcitzcnauers is employed at Algona. Mr and Mrs Hiram Ackcrman of Burl visited Sunday evening in the Ruth Krueger home. Mrs Bernard Jensen of Clarion, Mrs Don Miller, Terry and Gloria of LuVernc and Henry Kueck of Lone Rock were Friday evening supper guests in the Walter Thompson home. Mr and Mrs Albert Pavik of Armstrong SECURITY Your Bank Is Here To Serve Your bank is here to serve. This means not only the usual banking transactions — checking accounts, cashing checks, savings accounts — but some of the more personal matters. If you have problems which may need the services of a bank, we invite you to talk it over with us. All deposits Insured to $10,000 By Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Tomorrow CONFIDENCE First Trust & Savings Bank FENTON OFFICE Fenton — Armstrong Farewell Coffee Party Mrs Darwin Zarls was honored al a farewell coffee at the iome of Mrs Olaf Ofledahl Friday afternoon. Guests ii; attendance included Mrs" C. O. Bailey, Mrs Carrie Jensen, Mrs Cecil Baldwin and Mrs Lester Osborn. The Zarts family moved Saturday to Peterson, low? where Mr Zarls has' a teaching nosition this fall. The family will spend Ihc summer at Vcr- million, South Dakota, where Mr Zarts will allcnd summer school. New Pastor Ordained David Vegen; pastor-elect o the Blakjer Lutheran church, Seneca, and the Na/areth Lutheran church, Armstrong, was ordained Sunday, June 12 at hir, home church, Bethlehem Lutheran church al Fergus Fill's, M'nn. He plans to begin his work in Iho parish July 1 and will bo installed as paslor of the two churches on Sunday, July 17. l-'or forming the' installation service will be the Rev. O'af Holen. executive assistant to Dr. V. T. Jordahl, president of the South Central District of the Evangelical Lutheran church. A native.of Fergus Falls, Vegen vis graduated in 1953 from St. Olaf college, attended the University of Oslo in Norway, the University of Minnesota and was graduated May 29, from the Lu- Rosc Ann Thompson returned home Friday' after having completed the school year at Mankato State Teachers College. Mr and Mrs Neil Osborn of Charles City, la. and the Lyle Osborns of Waterloo visited last Saturday afternoon at the Charles Osborns. .Mr and Mrs James Osborr and son of Minneapolis spent last weekend at the parental Charles Osborn home. There will be no services a' the Seneca Lutheran churcl Sunday, June 12, as. that is tin day of the ordination of the Castor-elect, Mr David Viggen, which w''ll take place al Fergus Falls. M ; nn. The R~v. Paul Mork of Foresl C'ty v/i'l be the guest pastor on Juno IP with local services a' 10:30 o'clock. Raymond Wilbefg and EUTCMV Gardner, '.students at the University of Arizona, arrived home this weekend for the summe v vacation at the home of t.hei' parents, the Martin Wilberg-. and the Raymond Gardners, respectively. Coming Events Tuesday. June 14 — Town & Country Women's Club. Thursday. June 16, Independ ence Mixers; BlaUjer W.M.F. IJMpXYRON RED BARN PAINT pwwpv^lpwv^pfT^ $3.98 •'Contains finest pure "iron oxide arjd (indeed pi I that money can buy—no cheap. $r inf^ripr pigments .or vehicles, used • -Spreads' well, has great hiding power, provides years of protection *P barns and outbuildings • Rich, brick-red color is per* manent, non-fading, brighten* with age. FENTON LUMBER CO. Ftnten, |«wa THE BEAUTIFUL GOLD MEDALLION HOME of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wolf, North Liberty, Iowa, has everything — including Electric Heating — to help them lead a relaxed, comfortable, work-free life. That means Full Housepower; Work-Saving Appliances and Wonderful Light for Living. I enjoy the relaxing warmth of Heating. I can wear lightweight clothes around the house and still be warm from head to foot" Mrs. Floyd Wolf North Liberty, lows "fjn very contented with Electric Heating! /*'« the In the Wolfs'-All-Elect^ ftyiH-ln Jfifcjie^.i most perfect heat-we've had. There are no ashff, n* doe* the work — the {amity <tof« thj ftw'flf/• v .,_ ,._ Shoveling, no soot to put up with. We get a lot for our eoohing is sojtutfw «teewpf» UHyrJl-frie, ti'l th* better money." Says: Mr.^FloydWoU.Noith'Liberty, Iowa. ^ yaytocook. . ,- .'*. ' you,4oo, will find that a Gol4 Medallion Home with Electric Hwitn^wHIigivetyou twnendou* ^^ysnteges. Every bit oi space is usuabl^ «- you li^ve inpjre closet>space^ additional areas for the ehildrep's play and for workshop. |^ re^r^tioi). Now is the time tp » Home. IOWA ELECTRIC UGHT AND ^OW*« «' ' t* (. A^TOTAL :BU30TBftg : )^Q||p.

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