The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 12, 1960 · Page 2
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Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 12, 1960
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(la.) Upftf Pe« Mo»n«i Tu«sdfty, July 12, i960 It '6WtTtfofl£J£ Gwen Egel and Betty Detrick spent the July Fourth weekend in a cottage at the Okobojis. Mr arid Mrs Russell Cook were visited Saturday by Mr and Mrs Richard Harvey, Minneapolis. Mrs: Glenn Culberison has returned from St. Paul, where she visited Mr and Mrs Glenn Bales. Mr and Mrs Vincent Essei were visited Saturday by Mrs R. C. Porter and daughter Vicki, "Spencer. Mrs Nellie Cook has returned from a two week visit at Arvada. Colo., with Mr and Mrs George Sparks. Mr and Mrs A. R. Cruikshank had Mr and Mrs Roland 1 Grefe. Des Moines, as July Fourth weekend guests. Ernest Egel and son Phillip were at Ames Saturday arranging for the latter's enrollment in Iowa State University. Mr and Mrs Elmer A. Wacker and family spent July 5 in Sioux Falls atending a family reunion of Mr Wackers' family. Mr and Mrs Floyd Erickson and Mr and Mrs James Smith spent the July Fourth weekend in a cabin at the Okobojis. Mr and Mrs L. C. Faber are being visited by the former's sister-in-law Mrs O. K. Faber and daughter Robin, Clearwater. Fla. Mr and Mrs H. T. Bunkofske were visited over the July Fourth weekend by Mr and Mrs Walter Roberts, Mt. Ayr, former residents here. Mr and Mrs W. C. Taylor, Mr and Mrs Rex Taylor and family and Mr and Mrs Dean Taylor and family spent July 4th week' end at Okoboji. Mr and Mrs A. D. Crawford spent Fathers Day at Exira with Mrs Crawford's father Jacob Anderson at which all members of the family were present. ftecent guests in the Perry Phillips home, LuVerne. were Clifton Phillips, Spencer. Mr:; Will Duffy, Des Moines, and Mr ' and Mrs Ben Algoe, Duncombe. Mr and Mrs Duane Kueck ot Forest Park, "Georgia, arrived Friday to spend three weeks with their parents, the Vincent Rowes, Fort Dodge and the Maynard Kuecks, Algona. Mr and Mrs Ralph Fandel and Donnie have returned home- after spending the past nine months at San Diego with their son, Ralph Fandel, Jr. They recently moved to -Whittemore. Mrs Nellif Van Allen, accompanied by Mrs Marcella Fandol, Whittemore, and Mrs Hilda Nemmers, Bancroft, left Thursday to attend as delegates the National C. D. A. convention at Philadelphia, Pa. The group will also make a tour of Washington, Georgia Ann, daughter of Mr and Mrs George BuUerfield, is home from attending Bob Jones University at Greenville, S.C. She will graduate there • in September, and has accepted a position as 4th grade teacher in a private school at Wichita, Kansas, starting this fall. Recent guests at the Perry Lowman home were Mrs Lowman's aunt, Mrs Oscar Bjork Ma» and Mrs William Morrison and James, Kenora, Ontario, Canada and Mr and Mrs L. J.' Hanley and daughter Mis Anita Harmon who brought Mrs Lowman's mother. Mrs John Nordstrom from Portland, Oregon. Mr and .Mrs Earl Snyder attended a family picnic last week at Elmore, Minn. Art Wiese is expired horhe from Thule, Greenland, where fte has been the past six months. Mrs Art Wiese had her granddaughter, Joni Pruismann, Blairsburg, as visitor last weekend. Mrs Alice Clayton spent tfte weekend at Livermore with Mr and Mrs Harold Roethler ana family. Mr and Mrs Glenn Chally have as guest Mrs Charles Vanda- workcr. Downey, Calif., sister ot Mrs Chally. Ella Thompson has sold her home on Moore street to Joyce Hayden and has gone to "Friendship Haven', Fort Dodge to make her home. Mr and Mrs Frank Ostrum spent from Saturday till Friday at Kenosha, Wis., with their grandson and his wife, Mr and Mrs James Ostrum. Mr and Mrs Hugh Colwell spent Friday at Barnum with Mrs Colwell's sister Mrs Mabel Ruebel and Mr 'and Mrs Roy Ruebel and family of Ellensburg Wash. Mr and Mrs Russell Cook left Sunday morning for Mackinac Island and bridge, S. St. Marie, points in Wisconsin and Minnesota and in Minnesota will do some fishing. Mr and Mrs Gerald Ferris have had as recent guests the mother Mrs R. K. Ferris, Mason City, Mr and Mrs Norbert Ferris, Cocoa, Fla., and Mr and Mrs Howard Ferris, Clear Lake. Mr and Mrs Hugh Colwell were visited last weekend by Dr. and Mrs Harold Banwart and family, Adel. They Were joined for a family picnic by Mr and Mrs Willis Colwell and family. Bonnie Hanson, employed here and making her home with her uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs John Sires, spent the weekend at Fairmont, Minn, with her par- ets; Mr and Mrs Myrle Hanson. Mrs Lulu Hartshorn was accompanied by her daughter Genevieve to Rochester, Minn., where she went through the Mayo ,c!huc. They returned home Friday after being there three Cleone Crawford and friend Jimmie Lightfoot. came from Denver, Colo., and after a few days with Cleone's parems Mr and Mrs A. D. Crawford, the young women went to the Oko- bojis. Mr and Mrs D. L. Leffert went to DCS Moines Saturday to attend a picnic at which formct Algonans Roger and Maurice Michel were present. The Lef- fcrts were guests of the former's sisters. Mr and Mrs Homer Clark were visited over the weekend by Mi and Mrs Clyde Clark, St. 'Anthony, and Mr and Mrs Max Higgason, Eldora, who also v-sncu Mr and Mrs Wally Higgason a\ West Bend. Mr and Mrs Don Christensen were visited last weekend by Mr and Mrs Joe King, Esthcrville Mr and Mrs D. K. Chiquet are being visited a fortnight by Mrs Cleir.shi been visited by Mr ana Mrs Robert Clement, Silverton. Ore Mr and Mrs Thoiv.-is Clement' Hettinger, N.D.. Mr and were also visited Friday by Mrs Robert Oberman and children Mike and Patty, Humboldt. Paul* Pri»fc* fe attending the summer in California where she is employed at Disneyland, Anaheim. She spent the Fourth oi July with the former Ronette Metcalf in San Diego. Connie Priebe visited in Chicago with friends during the Fourth ot July break between classes at Drake University. Rev, G. G. Hallauer, forme* pastor of the CongJ-egatlonal church, his wife and children are expected this week and will be house guests of Mr and Mrs Fred Geigel. The Hallauers live at Glendale, Calif., and Rev. Hallauer is assistant pastor of the largest Congregational church in the United States at Los Angeles. Louie Muellers OfWhif tenure Wed 40 Years Open house was held Sunday. July 3, in honor of Mr and Mrs Louie Mueller of Whittemore at the St. Paul's Lutheran church in Whittemore on their 40th wedding anniversary. 150 guests registered. The program consisted of a reading by Marilyn Johnson of Cylinder, Solo by Mrs Larry Beckley of Lewisville, Minn., accompanied by Jo Ann Mitchell of Fenton. Vergian Bierstedt solo on accordion, and Rev. Kautch gave a talk. Kitchen helpers were Mrs Alfred Meyer, Mrs Ernie Meyer, Mrs Ervin Borchardt, Mrs Kenneth Nitzel. Mrs Don Cole, Mrs Elmer O. Bell, Judy Cole. Pouring coffee were Mrs Ed Besch and Mrs Jim Besch. Mueller's children who attended were as follows: Mrs Loyd Johnson, Cylinder; Mr Arthur Mueller, Lone Rock; Mr Wilfred Mueller, Ringsted; Mr Clifford Mueller, Stanley, Wisconsin; Mr Maynard Mueller, Merced, California. Friends and relatives also attended. Mr and Mrs Clifford Mueller, Gloria, Karen, Donnie and Gary of Stanley, Wis., and Mr ana Mrs Wayne Mueller of Boyd, Wis. Mr Maynard Mueller and son Walter of Merced, Calif, arived Saturday at the Louie Mueller home for a few days visit, and to attend th'e 40th "wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs Louie Mueller. Clifford Mueller's and Mr and Mrs Wayne Mueller of Stanley, Wis. and Boyd, Wis. were guests at the Loyd Johnson home near Cylinder. Mr and Mrs Louie Mueller and Maynard Mueller were guests at the Johnson home Mr and Mrs Leo Schmidt were evening visitors. Mr and Mrs Otto Borchardt. Fenton; Mrs Larry Beckley and Mitchell of Lewisville, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Loyd Johnson and family visited at the Louie Mueller on Wednesday evening. Ottosen Woman Suffers Large Gash On Ankle The large gash above her left ankle required 26 stitches. Blood poisoning set in, but was checked. It is not known yet whether >^.i;«« ^ ... 1S IKH Kr >own yet wnetno Coiling. Carmen. 111. They skin grafting will be necessary. Nfttife Covering i ARMSTRONG'S VINYl LINOLEUM 12 Ft. Widths Choice Of 4 Patterns . . . (Reg. $1,69) SO, Vfc For Ridikalus Daze - Frfdty g Saturday Odds & Ends Gift Tdbfe ft Prtftt* Of Our Store at RIDIKALUS LOW PtKIS CARSON'S FORCOLOt «t« i, Hate St. CY 4-3737 Ex-BurtMan Has Top Dairy Herd, Arkansas Robert J, Nealy, wHo prior io 1950 was in the hardware and halchery business in Burt, was the subject of a feature story ifl the June issue of the "Arkansas Farmer". He has been living near Rogers, Ark., where he moved in 1950. His dairy herd of Hols- leins earned the distinction of being the highest milk producing dairy herd on DHIA test in Arkansas. The cows from which he built up his herd were all purchased in northern Iowa and southern Minnesota. Bob, who mo**d to Kossuth county from fffebrfkka to become area salt* Manager for Jameswav farm equipment, lived in Algorta, then went into business in Bur.t for some years. He farmed only 67 acres, but built the land up for several years while in the hatchery business, then turned to beef cattle and eventually to dairying. Milking an average of 29 head of cows a year he produced an average of 344,721 Ibs. of milk in five years of record keeping. Pastor At Garner Rev. J. Allen Wirlz, a native of West Bend, is the new pastor of the United Presbyterian church in Garner. He had previously served at Scales Mound, 111. He is a graduate of Dubuque Theological Seminary and Buena Vista college. Funeral Rites Held Here For August Brown Funeral services -for August Brown, 75, former Kossuth county farmer, were held Wednesday afternoon, July 6, in McCullough's Funeral Chapel here with Rev. N. M. Coughenour officiating. Burial was at Riverview cemetery. Pallbearers were John Kohl- haas, Ralph Elbert, Dave King, Raymond Reid, Roy Bjustrom and Vern Teeter. Mr. Brown died at Tnmpa, Fla., where lie had made H his home- since retirement, in 1952, July 2. A daughter of the deceased, Mrs. Harold Hrandow, xuccum-vod June 23, only nine days earlier. August Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. August Brown, was born Jan. 25, 1885, here. He was latei- married to Anna Peterson, who preceded him in death in 1920. His second .wife. Opal, survives Mr. Brown farmed near Algona for about 37 years prior to ft" t.iiement. Besides his wife, survivors in- elude four daughters, Mrs. Hazel Larson, Sac City; Mrs. Brrnieo Johnson, Port Huron, Mich.; Hannah Brown. Marshalltown; and Mrs. Glen Sherman, Mason City; a son, August Brown, Jr., HnmbBldt; and four Sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Hafflti, Albert Lfca, Minn.; M>8, A. D. ttfes and Mrs, Delia Laird, Des Molrtes} and Mrs. A. L. While, Gillham, Ark. Square Oanet July 15 Everybody swing — at the big square dance fof the Koasuth County 4-H members, Friday evening, July 15 on the Football Field at the Kossuth County Fairgrounds in Algona. Mr. Lloyd Frazce from Basselt, Iowa, will begin calling the dances at 8:00 p.m. A short intermission program has been planned by the county boys' and girls' 4-H officers. All Invited. Mrs Louis Braalz left Monday morning for Milwaukee, where she will visit with relatives and also attend a Braalz reunion. SUMMER OE Hundreds Ot Pairs Of Women's Shoes Re-grouped& Re-priced for quick clearance GROUP 1 Consisting Of: Connies • Paris Fashions I GROUP 23 Consisting Of: Jacquelines • Sandlers Kickerinos • Pre~Vues These are Dress Heels of All Heights From Squash to 3 Inch Black - White - Beige. Formerly $9.95 tO $12.95 Store Closed Wednesday To Mark D own Prices ^—•*—J-«—.—I—LJ • 1 : ' - ..-..' . . ^^f GROUP 3 Consisting Of: EnnaJetticks • Paradise Kittens And Kittenettes Definitely Quality Footwear Formerly THE STORE WITH SHOES -SMART SHOPPERS CHOOSE ! IN KEEPING WITH OUR POLICY TO CLEAN OUR STOCKS IN CURRENT SEASONS, THIS SALE OFFERS YOU AN OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE PtENTY ON FRESH NEW SHOES. WE GUARANTEE THERE NOT TO BE ONE PAIR OF UNDESIRABLE "000$" IN THE LOT, ;

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