The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on June 28, 1960 · Page 6
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6-Algotia (la.) Upper Bet Molnet ty«*day, Juris 28, 1960 . AROUND ALGONA , J Mrs, Beecher Lane will be hostess to the Eight Specs card' club Wedriesday\evening. Mrs. William SteeU was hos* tess to her sewirig club this morning (Tuesday). Bill Dau Sr. Bill Dau Jr. and Gall Towne are at Cnss Lake, Minn, oft n fishing trip. -, •,' '.—6— ".' Ben Held entered St, Ann hospital Wednesday tot treatment, bf a kidney infection. Mr, and Mrs. ,W. F. Colwel! were Visited by the latter's mother .Mrs Otis Day of Clarlo* Sunday. * Mr. and Mrs. Jim Whittemore • had as their weekend guests Mr. and 'Mrs. Jerry Whittemore of Fort Dodge. Sally Bay, Barbara Wicks and Cheryll Rusk spent last week, at Lake Okoboji at a Lutheran church camp. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burt and Tom and Bill spent the weekend in Cedar Rapids where they visited relatives. Methodist young people here were hosts to the Sub-District M.Y.F. at a picnic Sunday evening at the Call park. Rev. Myron Brower will be official delegate from North Central Presbytery to the Synod of Iowa meeting at Ames July 5-8. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hobson and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schumacher were at Oelwein Sunday attending the Traeger family reunion. Mrs. Richard No'rton and Lynn and Leslie are spending a few days at Marshalltown with Mrs. 'Norton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Downing. _o— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wegener have as their guests their son and daughter-in-law S/Sgt. ana Mrs. Gordon Wegener and Christy and Brian of Beltone Mo. .—o— Mr. and Mrs. Gene Heimer and Shirley, Linda, and Judy, returned Friday from a • few days at the Wisconsin Dells. Mr. Heimer is on vacation and the familj nlso went to Des Moines to se Wie capitol and will spend th ' Remaining time at home. Rev. and Mrs. Jack Clark are he parents of a 7 pound, 15 ounce son born June 25 at St. Ann, hospital. Rev. tilark is pas- or of the Nazarene church hefe. Mrs. Henrietta Bowman and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Carlson were at Knoxville June 19 to attend the wedding of their son and brother/Woodrow Bowman. • • . • —o—• • • • Dr. and Mrs. P. O Dorweiler spent the weekend in Waterloo with the latter's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hutchison. —o— Mrs. Louis Kelley Mrs. John McGuire and Leona Smith were at Cornell college at Mt. Vernon over the, weekend attending a school of missions of the Met- lodist church. —o—>. Rev. and Mrs. M. H. Brower were visited from Monday through Thursday by the latter's Brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. James Oonk of Holland, Mich. —o— Rebekah lodge members are having a pot-luck supper this evening (Tuesday) at the lodge lall. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pool and Myrtle Turnbaugh are the committee in charge. —o— Benjamin Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Meyer ,has accepted a call to preach in the Tirst Prestiyterian church' at Muscoda, Wise, this fall, while continuing his ministerial studies' at the University of Dubuque. Benjamin will ,be married soon ,o Jene Meyer and his wife will each in, the Muscoda schools. _ —o— Sandra Bay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mel Bay, is attending summer school at Omaha -University in Omaha and staying with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F.' Kuehl. She will be a counselor at Camp Foster Lake Okoboji later in the summer and return, to Augustana College at Sioux Falls S.D. this fall. Rev. and Mrs. Newton Coughenour and the officers bf the Methodist .church and their wives were hosts to' an 6pen. house Sunday afternoon at -the parsonage as a farewell courtesy to Dr. and Mrs. Louis H. Preul and daughter, Joan. Dr. Preul, superintendent o£ the former Algona district,, has begun | a pastorate at SaVSiXy.* Algona W now part of the Spencer district. The Preuls lived here five years. See TAYLOR MERCURY Advertisement For The Name And Year Of This Car. i See KOSSUTH MOTOR CO. Advertisement For The Name And Year Of This Car. Illllllllllllillll in Algona. For the 1 first tiftl6 ( iri ten years were the eight children of Mrs. Matilda Ethefingtoft/jtoho •is now 84 yea« WdL'PresSnl^M- sides those hamedv abo<»e, Wife F. M. EtheHngtorf 6f CMertdH, Nevada, the Robert -Etherfiiglbn family of Ridgecrest,' Gal,,' 5 the J. W. Etheringtons 'Of TE&gle 'Grove, Everett Etheflngtbn; tit Sioux City, the CMfotd"titlWr>- ington family of Algona, WilrHa Etherington of Good Thunder, Minn., and other relatiVeS tfrjb- sent were the Delverrt' Korths family of Dows, the Pete Luck- singers of, Emmetsburg arid'the Paul 'Stebritz family of Algona. Aggressive Lads four ' e ' The Aggressive Lads 4»H Club members ancl their families -held their annual toufl ' June 18. 'It began at Lynn Hertzke'si and continued to the homes of Robert Beck, Marvin Heidecker, Albert and Roger Becker, John Kollasch, Robert Miller, Gerald Hertzke, Arnold Sachs, - Dwlght Dornbush, August Batiman, Mike Clapper, Gene 'Brass, David and Sherman Sfeper, Linda Hdep-' pner, Darle Boehm, Harold Bauman, Marvin Rippentrottp. After the tour all enjoyed a picnic supper at the Burdette Hoeppner farm. .--.••* Family Reunion , The annual Christ family reunion was hjeld at Leland Sun day. Attending from Lakota were Mr. and Mrs. Roland Smith, jr. and family, Mr., and Mrs", Fred MM the' tfdhn'.Vi • Dflffl bush family, Mrs. A, C, Garden Club Met The Lakota Garden Club held a, meeting Tuesday with Mrs. L. ft. Meinecke as, hostess. Each mem« ber brought, a flower arf arige* ment which were judged by Mi's; Peterson and Mi's. Gartzke -of Blue Earth, Minn. Mrsj MaJ/nard Hertzke gave/the lesson 'and discussion was held,on the-flow'er show to be held -in August at the Lutheran parish hall. Club tour ' The Lakota Lads > ,4-H Club held their annual, tour June 20. It started at Paul Trehary's and continued at the homes of Elaine Steinberg, Marion Burt, Mark and Neil Smith, David Winter, Sylvia Wilhelmi, Claude Wilhe- Imi, Gary* .arid Merle Edwards and James'Winter; Following the tour, all enjoyed a family picnic supper at the Rayjnond Winter home. Mr. and'Mrs.,OrVille Ruby attended the Ploeger-Krause family reunion at West'Bend Sunday. . ' - ' Sunday dinner -guests, at the August Christ home 'Were the Paul Christ family, Walter Christ family, Mrs. Robert Addy and family and Mr. and Mrs. .William Koch of , ...... Mft and Mfs. fid former and daughters, .Martiyft, a"ftd,Deborah bf, &&6tW6,:Q& VfcBM'lur thl? 0.. W. fiiidkels holrteWe'dhf'sday/ and with, dlher Meridl.. ' ,Thatoday,', J u ne<'% akd. p.m. the'. 1 ladies; '6f ?the"P^ffiJrWri4fl church'" will" held; 'ft'' gu'est_jea. Ladies of the Esther.Circle- will be heatesseg for,<,,the.'evening.' Mrs. Cdtt"TBoyd'.-vKll L . review a bobki Mrs. ,£ EY. Wortman 'Will show slides .on Africa, Mrs. Pearl Smith 'will have-de^otlbns,'-Mrs. John,Cook and darmefl,.wiirsing a duet.-Each lady of the tf.P.W. may. bring a'guest or-guests to the tea. •The Ledyard and Lincoln Township .Homemakers Clubs held a joint picnic at the Huettner Gardens -Friday afternoon. The afternoon was spent, inspecting the gardens and. visiting, after which the picnic lunch was enjoyed by all. •' Mrs. Fred 'Bauman and new •baby son, Johri Frederick, returned home Sunday from Buffalo Center hospital. l Sunday dinner guests at. the 'George Heyes home were Mr. and-Mrs.'John Young, Scott and Sheryl of (Denver, Colo.,' Sharon SchrieVer and LeRoy' Schriever of, Hampton. Afternoon visitors were the'Leon Casey family of Hampton and evening callers were the Carl K. Johnsons and the -, Epko Johnson family mm HAIL LOSS Vdur lotat "FMHi* .agent \ * • , -, • , For extra safety, extra service, and fast,settlement of claims, insure your crop income with Farmers > Mutual Hail. .Your local agent is backed up by 30 full-time fieldmen 1 and 100 adjusters, Fire and , lightning protection on crops in the field at no extra cost, Ask your agent or write today* . ." Bohannon Insurance Service 6 No. Dodge •, Ajgona • CY4-4443 2323' Grand ' Des Moines, low« PHOM6 CY 4-3535 - YOUR NEWSPAPER See ALGONA AUTO SALES* Advertisement For The Name And Year Of This Car. See PERCIVAL MOTORS Advertisement For/The Name And Year Of This Car. ALMOST 2 GENERATIONS OF TOP-NOTCH A dance and buffet supp«r was held Saturday evening v a the Algdna' Co'untry. CJub.. Mr and Mrs. Mitch Taylor heade the committee in charge wit Mr. and Mrs. Julian Chrischilles Mr. and Mrs. Ray Krantz o Titonka, Mr. and Mrs. Verno Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchison, Mr and Mrs. Pat Montag, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lundell and Mrs. Beth Miller. . —o— Mrs. Tom Sampson gave a birthday party recently for her son Bryce who was eleven. The group attended the movie and then went to Bryce's grandmother, Mrs. Mary Olson for games and refreshments. Guests were Tommy Claude, Tommy Kain, Larry Renken, Bill Bolde- ridge, Gordon Odor, Becky Eraser and the honoree's brother, Brent and sister, Marcia. Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith Jr. were hosts at a birthday party for their son, Danny, at Call State Park Sunday afternoon. Danny was seven the following ,day, June 27. Guests at the combination hill - climb, baseball game and lunch were Mike Skilling, Wayne and Allan Taylor, James Stock, Jim and Jerry Boudewyns, Neil O'Brien, and the honoree's brother, Bill. 1958 MERCURY Montclair, 4 Door .Hardtop, 26,000 Actual Miles, Power Four Way Seat And Just Like New. Local One Owner. Car. SEE It FASTI 1957 MERCURY, 4 Door, Radio, Heater, Merco- mat'ie, Extra Nice Auto. 1953 CADILLAC, 2 Door, Coupe De- 1953 PONTIAC, 4 Door, Power Steering, Hydromatic. This One You RECONDITIONED AND VACATION READY! 1956 CHEVROLET, 2 Door, V-8 Engine, Standard Drive. This One Is Value Packed. ; 1955 FORD, Fqirlane, 4 Door, Fordomatie, Radio Heater and Priced To Sell. Ville. This Car You Can Be Chevrolet dealers have been offering the best in used ear values since the 1913 model shown above was intro- duced. A 1919 Chevy is shown elsewhere in this newspaper. Kossuth Motor Co. has the cream of the present crop in stock •» ~3uC0 now. Here are a few of them - drop in and look them over. 1959 Chevrolet Biscayne 2-door, radio, 6 cylinder, straight stick. 1958 Chevrolet Impala convertible, 8 cylinder, Powerglide, radio, heater, whitewall tires, low mileage, 1959 Buick LeSabre 2-door hardtop, power steering, power brakes, radio, heater, fully equipped. 1959 Ford Custom 300 4-door, 6 cylinder, standard transmission. 1948 Ford coupe, bright red, SPECIAL - $65. 1951 International Metro Step-Van, good condition, prime coat applied, to be painted customer's choice of color, Kossuth Motor Co. 1952 FORD, 4 Door, Extra Nice, V-8, 1952 DeSOTO, 4 Door. Now Is YOU Straight Drive. This One Makes , Chance To Buy That -Second r n AUnVrl To Own Good Cheap Transportation. Car. ^^M^^ Did You Recognize The Old Car No. 1? It's A Chicago Truck 1898 U.d TOU Kecog ^^^^.^^ • GO FOURTH SAFELY Many Others To Choose From The • EVERY CAR GUARANTEED Trade-Ins On New Mercurys And • ON THE SPOT FINANCING Comets We Have A Fine Selection Of New Mercurys & Comets TAYLOR MERCURY Southwest of CoMrthouse CY 4-3554 Algona Helen Maminga Of Lakof a To Wed August 7 Lakota '— Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ley announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their foster - daughter, Helen Marie Maminga, and Gerald Bierstad, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Bierstad. The wedding has been set for August 7. Miss Maminga graduated as a practical nurse from St. Lukes Hospital at Cedar Rapids. She is employed at St. Mary's hospital at Rochester, Minn. Mr. Bierstad is a graduate of Luther College. Decorah, and has been teaching at the high school in Plattsville, Wise. Hosts Presbytery Tuesday, June 28, the Lakota Presbyterian Church will be host to about 140 ministers and elders when the Presbytery of North Central Iowa will meet here. A worship service was held at 2 pm. conducted by Rev. Harlan Kruse with Dr. Lester Williams of Buena Vista College as speak- Attend Reunion Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roseneau attended a Etherington family > reunion Sunday at the home o \ Mr. and Mrs. Willis Etherington GUARANTEED SAFETY CHECKED! Did You Recognize The Old Car No. 2 ? If $ A Duesepberg - Sold July 4, 1933 TAKE A LOOK AT THESE FIRECRACKERS < > < • < > 1958 1958 1 1958 1957 FORD, Interceptor Engine, Straight CHEVROLET, 4 Door, Heater. Automatic, Very Sharp CHEVROLET, V-8, 4 Straight Stick ------ _. CHEVROLET, 4 Door, Ra4»P, Heater, Automatic ...... -—- • $1375 $1476 $1360 $1276 BARGAIN OF THE WEEK 1957 Monrclair Mercury, 4 Poor Hardtop, Radio, Heater, Automatic Trqn»ml«ion, Power Steering, Power Brake;,, Big Engine, Orange* And White Two Tone, Sherp. $1050 1955 CHEVROLET, 4 Door, Bel Aire, Radio* Heater, Automatic, Power Pack ----1953 CHEVROLET, Bel Aire Hardtop, Radio, Heater, Automatic, New Tires — 1953 CHEVROLET, 4 Poor, Straight stick ..—,..•.„. TAKE YOUR PICK, 1951 Dodge, 1850 Merc-, 1937 Chev - T - ON THi SPOT FINANCING ALGONA AUTO SALES We*t of Cojurthou** ._WiWtWI Wi TRADE UP Or DOWN ! t i * t»t

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