The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 21, 1960 · Page 4
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 4

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 21, 1960
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4-AIgond (la.V Uppef Dei Moln« Tuesday, Juna 21,1960 sons On Anniversary SWea Eagle 1 — : Mr. find Mrs Lloyd Thorson were honored af an open house held by then daughters in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary, Sunday, June 12, at. the Thorson home. Hostesses were Beverly Vivian and Mrs, Everett Thorson and Sandra Slaba of, Armstrong Mr.- and Mrs. Thorson were married June 16, 1935 at the •home of her parents, the Andrew Hansons. Attendants' were the former, Alvina ' Mandelko and Ralph Larson. Cut By Hock Mrs. Darrcll' Newlin suffered two gashed knuckles on her right hand when a power mower she was operating threw a flat jagged rock, which struck her. She is unable to use her hand at this writing, and is supporting her arm in a sling. Relative Passes Mrs. Fred Newlin and Joe left Thursday to attend the funeral of a brother-in-law, Vurley Ford, 76, at .the Lutheran church at Ada, Minn. mother, Mrs.'Ida O'Green, home. She has been,a patient at 6t. Mary's hospital .there for the past several weeks, Mrs. Christin Thorso'h of Armstrong is at the .O'Green home to help card for her during her convalescence. Mrs. Ted. Bowman and Jay Of Peoria, Illinois, are visiting 'at the home of her sister, the Richard O'Greens, and her mother. Mrs. Fern Peterson. She plans to be here 'for about 10 days. A daughter of the Walter Mag- huseris, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Honnett and Children of Denair,Cal. arrived Saturday to visit relatives here. Mrs. J. A. McCoy, Gary Tommy and David of Decatur III, .spent the past week with her parents, the Emil Larsons • Monday afternoon, Mrs. 1 Emil Larson and Mrs. Francis Torine entertained the following at the Larson home: Mrs. Harold Hes- vig, Mrs. John Sanftner, Mrs. Raymond Johnson, Mrs. R. M. Minkel, Mrs.- William Christenson, Mrs. Arden Hovey and Mrs A. E. Lee of Lone Rock, Mrs. Albert Swanson, Mrs. I. C. Hau- gon of Burlington, Mrs. Francis Sevold of Estherville and Mrs Robert Himes of Traer. Harold O'Green drove to Rochester, Minn, to bring his Grace Goetz Of Wesley To Wed In August GRADUATIONS 1 Seven cousins in the EJirch family of Marcus recently graduated. There were two from Cleghorn Consolidated school in Iowa, one from a, high school in California, one from a high school in Stuttgart, Germany. The other two graduated from ;he eighth grade. .5X===X==X = DESIGNED YOUR Served in the Sracious Atmosphere of the Ballroom Each Sunday — 11:30 a.m. to 3:0ip p.m. |i Featuring Music on the Hammond Organ Delicious Food Graciously Served :• ' Sunday Dinners From $1.40 Up I HOTEL.ALGONA 1 COFFEE SHOP and DINING ROOM NEW! CHOPPER! — Mr. and Mrs. Leo Goetz announce the engagement and aproaching marriage of their daughter, Grace, above to John DeLander, son of Mr. and Mrs Carl DeLander Minnesota. of Kimball, The wedding will . be August 6 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church here. Sjje is employed as I.B.M. operator at the State University hospital in Minneapolis.. He will receive his discharge June 18 from the Air Force. He was stationed at Chanute Field, Illinois. Guild Meets • St. Josephs Guild held its re-' gular meeting Wednesday evening June 15. They planned a reception for Sunday evening June 26'in the parish hall for Father William Phjilips : who came 'June 17 from Littefdale succeeding Father Wm. Buckholz who was moved to Lohrville, after serving St. Josephs parish for 2 years. ; Following the business meeting bridge and 500 was played. Mildred Arndorfer won high in bridge and Josie Gauge in 500. Circle' 5 served. They planned to meet July 27. Family Picnic Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kollasch and family, the. Franklin Bodes and the Kenneth and Dennis Hav- erlys joined other relatives for a picnic at Royal, Sunday, June 12. -Father. Victor Kollasch who has been parish priest there for some time was moved last week to Rock Rapids. Other relatives who attended were the Charles Kollaschs of Milwaukee; the Orville Kol- laschs and the Vern Seiferts of Estherville, Mrs. Lawrence Ternes and 4 sons of Ledyard and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Kollasch of Whittemore. Illinois is visitiftf Ifl.Hfil'fiolfl of -her' daUghtfer^'-Mff.^.H.'jIlfi' Raney and family", "f -/VV/h Mr. and Mffe. Felix ^Sittflirt/thlj, 2 children-of 'FoMula^WisroH?' sin spent' lait week heft* "Visiting Eisenbacher relative^../, ' •' J V" Mr. and' Mrs." •: Earl "Hfitftlly' who spent the winter W Afi2'6n| arrived here last wefek Wth.^tftelr trailer house. '-" -'" " ''•'•"v^^n" Mr., and Mrs. JoHrt>'Wckt6i| and their son'Urban,•Lick.teig' Kfifi his daughter, Mrs., Hennfet^'.^oH burger went to Iowa City Thursday morning to be with Urban's wife, who had surgery thaf'.-driy at a University' hospital,/ •':<&: Mrs. Robert Genung of Vistk;- California returned'fo her hqrrte^ Friday, June 17, fdllowfitg a with her parents', Mr. and^ Kay Hansen. She plane both ways. ' " " Ci A large group of .C.B.A, mem-, bers went to the Hamilton'FtlS- 1 eral Home in" AlgOna Wednesday evening where'at 7:30 they prayed the rosary '.for Mrs'. Arnold Lallier, 31, who Was buried Friday morning f/om' St. Cecelias Catholic Church in Algona. '' •Mr. and Mrs.- Al Wagner spent June 17^20 in Fort Dodge with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wagner. Officers chosen f or "Circles 1-23 of the Methodist'Women are Mesdames Otto Henderson, and Halvor Flom for Circle 1: Mesdames Florence Hansen, Harold Price and Theron Hansen • for Circle 2: Mesdames ; Lawrence Baylor, John Paulson and Charles Price for Circle 3. The Wesley Britt Hospital branch of the Auxiliary will' have a bake sale Saturday June 25 in Walkers Grocery. ; Mrs. Arthur Peterson and two children of Titonka were Sunday June 12 supper guests in the- Frank • Hauptly home. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Harms of Titonka spent Monday evening June 14 with the Frank Hauptlys. • /. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thissen and family of Waterloo came to at* tend the funeral of their nephew' and cousin, 5% months old DorP? aid Martin Hamilton, Saturday morning. 6-foot chopper at a 5-foot price A full 6-footer for the forage harvest and green chopping plus all a shredder can do. Big, big capacity — PTO-powered with 72 inches of rotating flails and a knife-edged fan to double-cut the crop and keep 6 feet of swath sailing into the wagon. Loads it trigger-quick way back to the wagon corners. No fan threshing or crushing! Cuts and chops at the flails .., chops finer at the fan. Up to V 3 more capacity than most flail choppers. It's Gehl built. .. durable, and is actually priced below most 5-foot machines. OEHL PUTS ALL THB PRICE FACTORS IN YOUR FAVOR Bradley Bros IN ALGONA Richard Maycs of El Paso. Texas came June 13 to spend several weeks with his grandmother Mrs. Hazel Gerdes, Mrs. Jim Lincoln and 3 children left June" 17 for their home in Grinnell following 10 days at the home of Mrs. Lincoln's mother, Mrs. Hazel Gerdes. Mrs. Kenneth Forburger accompanied Mrs. Dennis Leckteig of St. Benedict to Iowa City, Thursday, June 9, to see the former's mother, Mrs. Urban Lickteig, a surgical patient in a University hospital there. Mrs. Lickteig brought her mother. Mrs. Leo Waldschmidt who haci a goiter operation to her home in Algona. Marguerite Pfeffer of Des Moines spent last week in the home of his brother Dr. L. L Pfeffer and family. Mrs. Alf Studer and Mrs. EC Downs took the former's granddaughter, Susan Siuder to her parental Don Studer home ir Des Moines. Susan had spent an enjoyable 2 weeks in th( Studer home. Mrs. Studer made the acquaintance of her granddaughter, Sally Jo who was borr June 9 and tipped the scales a 1 12 pounds, 3 ounces. Mi-, and Mrs. Alf Studer and their 2 house guests, Susan Studer of Des Moines and Sister Mary Dion of Sioux City anc' Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downs and Sylvia Ann were picnic supper guests in the Leo Young farm home near Garner June 13. Mr and Mrs. Lou Schlevsncr QI Garner were also guests. C.D.A. will meet Wednesday evening, June 22. Marlene Michelle was born June 4 to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stu der of Denver, Colorado, who also have another small daugh ter Jacqueline Lee. Mr. and Mrs Joe Studer are the materna grandparents. Mrs. Ann Zittritsch of Odell Upward Trend In New Vehicle Sales, 2 Weeks GMC — Cook's Welders Sup§ ply, Algona; and Welp's Hatchery, Bancroft. Chevrolet — W. C. Kuhn and Son, Algona; Surge Sales & Serv., Algona; C. W. Priebe, Fenton; Marion Stucki, pickup, Fenton; Senus Isebrand, pickup, Titonka; Ida Cook,. Burt; Jack' Vitzthum, Wesley; and Eugene Kelley, Algona. Ford — Glee Bullock, Burt; Donald Kemna, Ottosen; Elmer Walter, Algona; Elmer Willmert Elmore; Harvey Hubbard, Swer City; William Brack, Lakota; Edwin Steenhafd, Lakota; and John Sharp, Algona. • Dodge — Duane Jensen, Al-' gona; Thorston Satern, West Bend; and George Patterson Burt. Olds — M. T. McGuire & Co.. Bode; and Lawrence Menke Bancroft. Rambler — Charles Scott, Burt: Paul Warner, Wesley; George Wolf, Bancroft; and Donald Jor- gcnson, Algona. Comet — Richard Isebrand, Titonka; R. S. Stebritz, Algona; and Adrian Caslcr, Algona. Mercury — Lloyd Pratt, Al- fiona; Henry Olthoff, Lakota; and ,eonard Madden, Armstrong. Siudebaker — , Fred Blumer ,uVerne. Buick — Clara Amesbury, Al- ;ona. Pontiac — Clifford Lewellyn, Algona. Farewell Father Wesley —fl<jv,Wffl. Suck* holz Was honored ,at a fate- V well parly irUhe parish hall Thursday .evanlng f June 17\ A program .'eoniUied, of songs-by the 8fh grade graduates, a fatd-w^lT number , by a group *,6f, *rnalf -mtSl ' boys, a saxaphone • duel by. SyHria Ann ; BoWns ". 'aftd» Vickl Attiddifeiv ftuih. Aha Nelson gave a . : r e a d,i n g," "Jattice Enie'riaihS'Ihef 8ti' ler's Beau"; Mary-'Ja &¥<Sk6* sang. 2 solost father Schumacher of St. Joe, father O'Toole of dofWiih, Father Waite of Bancroft, and Msgr. Gearen of •.Algona, each gave a short talk. Cash gifts were presented-. to Father Buckholz frorri ihe' C.D.A/S,' the Christian Mot- herd and ihe St. .Joseph , Guild and a purse'of money from ihe parish Was presented io him by. J. P. Studer, who also gave a short history of the Si. Josephs parish. • Several gifts were presented io Miss Cecil. Nabor, i Father's housekeeper. Pauline Pfeffer gave a summary of ihe many activities and improvements in the parish accomplished in the past two years, while Father Buckholz was pasior. Father Buckholz left Friday for , his asignmeni at Lohrville. He had been here 2 ' years. Lunch was served by officers of the various organ, izaiions. \Vtele(y When parents are able to ans-j wer the children's questions it's a sign that the kids are growing ;up. • . .:•' .'. •••; State Convention Of Townsendites MtiyOttarHerV Algona Townsend-'ciub met with! Mrs. Loyd. Hauback, Tuesday evening, June 14. The-Flag Day program took place before 'the business session. Mrs. Anderson read an article on the flag. Mrs. Ladendorff conducted a flag contest. 'For the spiritual offering an article was contributed by Zelda Reed. Business brought before .the members was an offer to have the state convention at Algona sometime in. the fall The next; meeting was" planned' for TueS ( -" day, June 28. A committee of two Was named for the purse Fund. A sum was allowed as a memorial for Mrs. Arnold Lallier, 'Honorary , * owxvu.*;»- business -sessibri a\BM r n £&em contributed oy EdrLandfcburg of firittvwwwsiw by Miss. lla».Bilsbbrough. dames ind luriuh followed. Prizes went to Miss f Bilsborough and Mrs. Lolla Ladendorfff . -, j^ i (-g—- _ — _rr r-|-"-* ^ Disfritt Abolished Abblfshing 'bt the Algona dis- triat Of 'the 'Methodist church in S6cf6tfiry,;wha : passed away on lo'wV ;t 'and}creatkft of, a new; Masott Gity distfidt WasS' part of the ^result of a recent annual area meeting held at Marhall- towri. Tho 'Algona district has long been a fixture in the ad* mimstrative setup of the chufch. The Davenport 'district as such Was also Abolished in the revamping." • . Splinted on.'the 'ladder of success are much sharper on the way down. DID YOUR ROOF LEAK ? 1 )• t.* Why Not Do As Your Neighbors Do BRONSON BUILDING SERVICE North Of Chrome On Hwy. 169 »1F IT'S NEWS. WE WANT IT aiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilililillllllllllllllllllllilllllllllll No Advance Booth Reservations v Doors Open at 8:30 piiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuittiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniini Fri., . June 24 No. 1 Western Dance Band Leo Greco & Pioneers Sat., - June 25 Jules Herman And His Fine Dance Orch. Tues., • June 28 "Mule Skirmej Blues" The Fendermen Jack Rockufeler. Spinning Records — Teens Adm. $1.00 Thurs., - June 30 121h Anniv. .0* The Surf Jules Herman And His Dance Orch. Fjee Pop - Ice - Porpcorn Hoi Dogj . Penny Beer. Adm. 1.33 plus tx. tot. $1.40 Checking — lOc Sun., • July 3 Ralph Marterie And His. Famous Orch. 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Phillips St., AlgorjQ, Iowa YOURS FOR ONLY J 1 OD . IP Album {3.98 valur WALNUT GROVE PRODUCTS CO. OF ATLANTIC, IOWA WOULD LIKE TO INTRODUCE JOHN LEY Route 2, Burt, Iowa - Phone Burt 11-97 John Come* To Us From Grnnaer, Iowa, Whar« He ©rew Up Qn His Parent* Farm, John U A Graduate Of lowq 5tote University At Ames And For Ttje P«*tThr«M» Year* H«$ Been The Vocational Agrkulture .Instructor At Mallard. John, His Wife Mgrge Anrf Three Children Hqve Moved Thjsir Home Tp Burt. ' John Will Be Cqlliiig On Farms North And Wfst'Of Algono. Whan He ^ells Qn Yowr P!««e Ask Jphn To Show You How A Research Proven Wfllnut Ore ye fetding Prpgrqm Can Help Yov To A More Profitobie livestock Program On Yo,Mr Farm, ; ( > Welcome John ley When He ColU On Yewr To Ge Over With Ysw, Fsrrn Nr H» Interesting F«t$ And Figures DON'T MISS THIS MOST THRILLING EVENT- THIS SUNDAY - JUNE 26 AT THE ALGONA AIRPORT 2:30 P.M. Gates Open At 10 A.M;

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