The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 19, 1960 · Page 11
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Social Club At Portland Holds Last Meeting d— The Portland Social Club met July 14 at the home of 1 Mrs John Carlson. Mrs Hugh Willinms was in charge of the program. Mrs Jesse Harms and Mrs Robert McKim won prizes Three guests, Mrs Fred Habeg- or, Mrs Clifford Holding and Mrs Kenneth Sarchet also attended the meeting. There will bo no August meeting, a picnic will be bold in September. After the mooting adjourned, lunch was served by the hostess. Pennies Me! V • The Portland Pennies Girl's 4-H met July 9 nt the Robert McKim home. Plans ,were made for Achievement Day, to be held August 3 at the Portland community hall. Diane Miller, Vickie Koestler and Sue Rasmussen Rave talks. Diane and Anita Moore gave a demonstration and Mrs Frank Becker was guest mother of the month. Mr and Mrs Clifford Young wfcnt to Clear Lake Sunday to visit Grandma and Grandpa Young. Mrs Enno Folkerts, her daughter Mrs Donald Tcckmeyer and * baby daughter, Mr and Mrs Clarence Diers and family of Bancroft, Mennet Trunkhill, Jack* Kathorine, Charles and Tom and Cora Sleeker, Mr and Mrs David Weston and Eric, Mr and Mrs Hanford Brock and Mike of Woden, Mr and Mrs Fred Czapp of Minneapolis, Mrs Leila P.hral and Andrew Fclhaucr of Algona were Sunday visitors at the Tony Jandl home. Mr and Mrs David Weston and son Eric have been visiting at the Mennet Trunkhill and Tony Jandl home. Mr and Mrs Jesse Harms, Alvina, Mary and Norma and Mr nnd Mrs Bill Champion Sr. left early Sunday for Ml. Pleasant K'here they visited their son and daughter, Mr nnd Mrs Bill Champion, Jr. They ivuirncd homo Monday night. Mr and Mrs Ray Fitch attended a family picnic at. the Floyd Clark home at Webster City., Mr and Mrs Merle Clark 01 Woburn, Mass, left Thursday for their home after visiting for some time •with relatives here. Mrs George Johnson will fciave for her home in Warrenton Ore. Sunday after visiting several weeks with relatives and friends here. Mr and Mrs, Jack Tierrjan and son took a well filled dinner basket and spent the day, Sunday, at the parental Henry Tieman home at Fenton, in honoi of Dad Tieman's eighty-first birthday. Doris Hipp and Leonard Leeck visited at the Victor Fitch home Tuesday evening. Mrs Ray Grover and daughter Mrs Max Argyle (former Justmo Grover) of El Monte, Cal. arrived Wednesday for a few days visit with relatives and friends Mrs A. L. 1 Rasmussen, Mrs Ray Grover and Mrs Max Argyle were Friday dinner guests of Mrs Merta Wallace ,and Marie Grover. They visited at the Will Grover home Thursday. Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy visited the Hubert Governs near Ledyard Thursday. Mr and Mrs Donald Weber and girls, went to Mason City for the air show Sunday. Mr and Mrs Roger Scott nnd family and Mr and Mrs Chas. Scott of Burl, spent the weekend with Roger's sister and family, Dr. and Mrs Lloyd at Shenandoah. Mr and Mrs Phil Eischen and family were Friday supper guests at the Roger Scou home. "Almost nobody would want to go to his grave without reforming — expect they don't want to reform earlier than necessary". HORSE A coll owned by Charles Shinker of Rockwell City is a blanket-hipped Appaloosa horse, said to be an extremely rare and ancient type' of horse. Some of these colts are born with completely solid color and later begin to change color ending with a white body covered with dark spots no larger than a teacup. This change in color for mares requires about three years. SAFE IN A -SIOUX- AT LESS COST TOO WEATHERPROOF PROTECTION COMPLETE FACTORY FABRICATION ffcfifci mh, RgMiilitg, mgiy •hit, Mhdtaf bfinttA, » ttiHiRI hut, -SIOUX-Titt Stnl IWuigi thru* off oil w.o.h.r. Tit this nodtm Miracle of stal to occowpliihtd at far leu CeStt«IMthM6ttobllil<fil|Mtho4s, WEATHERPROOF CONSTRUCTION N -SIOUX. Sttd lirfUht roMh wM special attftwp Jofnfi •'rfo safe, VMtttMiokt erettcHM m* stamlra beauty •itaoufr caulkuf, Every bolt, bract, and oonil to al •titl for extra strength aid friability. Tha dwoMo gal. •onixed «••! finish «nru ojtabmmi naiatimMo year •ftir you. If prifimd a w«to c|ajp tf ttltfl fc »T9JJflM> •t alight •dditioBoJ cafe s STRAIGHT SIDE MINIMUM EJECTION COST - .SIOUX. Stttl JaUtois tra compfeteTy falrteofcl at the factory to fit pncMjr without cntly field cutting, drifting er oltiretioR. Thto -SIOUX* extra MYM you mo« dollars tnr thi cat of other rtetl buiUwg TRUE-CIRCLE DESIGN VERSATILITY lie 4IOUX. Steel feti*f Jt*t «ef> wTt.Mo ' leer HTtoet. Whothor it'e • M* Mcbimiy buildinf, etera, « office boOdiiif hm eVovtat boerd t* AM! eroetiM ft «tt be MtMt «4 Mt t« M I«W CONSTRUCTION CO. I. i,(lv4)IOtlNSON ^ EAST ON HIGHWAY 18 MOONA , CY 44374 MissBerguson Shower Honoree At Swea-Eagle Swoa Eagl* — Dorothy Bor- guson was honored guest at a pro-nuptial .shower at the home of Mrs Marlin Berguson with Mrs Everett Erickson assisting hostess. Mrs Marlin Questad was In charge of games. Guests 1 were Mesdames Donald Btrguson, Walter Berguson, Forrest Erickson, Marlin Quosiad Russell Erickson of Sherburni Minn. Duanc Erickson, and .their children; Freda and Helen Bor- guson, Mrs Gene Thompson. Mrs Dcttmer Thompson and Susan Berguson. She will be married in August at Sioux Falls, S.U to Dennis Larson. Karen Johansun, accompanied by her parents, the Everett Johansons. drove to Minneapolis Sunday where Karen begun a course in receptionist secretarial work. Mr and Mrs Richard O'Green and family, Mr and Mrs Mancil Hurlburt apd family, Mr and Mrs Maurice Drew and family, ana Mr and Mrs Lloyd Jansick and family of Fairmont enjoyed a picnic with the Roy Rohl'ins at Arnolds Park Sunday. Visiting at the Cecil Thoreson and Orville Thoreson homes over the weekend were Mr and Mrs Goorge Djurdjevich, Sandy and Sloven, Council Bluffs, Mr and Mrs H. C. Johnson, Altadena, Calif., Mr and Mrs W. J. Grace and Nancy, Des Moines, and Rev. and Mrs C W. Sanuel- son, Marcus. Meeting at Fort Defiance at Estherville.for a picnic were Mr and Mrs Joe'Preston, Mr and Mrs Maynard Jensen, the Duane Jensens, Tom Prestons, Jim Prestons, Marvin Boevers and Kenneth Andersons of EsVher- ville, :and Mr and Mrs Af K. Nelson and Marilyn of Henry 111. Sunday dinner guests at the Laurel Peterson home were Mr and Mrs Merlyn Babcock of Wells, Minn. Evening guests there were the Wayne Nyman family of Bancroti. Mr and Mrs Walter Magnusen were Sunday guests at the home of her parents, 'the Loren Cutlers, rural Fairmont. Other guests were Mr and Mrs 'Palmer Cassem, Jim and Joyce of New Richland, Minn. ' Friday dinner guests at the Dettmer Thompson h6me" i wer'e Mrs Adolph Anderson of Fort Dodge and her daughter, Mr and Mrs Ned Nelson and sons of Philadelphia. Kay McCoy returned home accompanied by Mr and Mrs Lowell Larson and family after visiting here a month with her grandparents, the Emil Larsons and other relatives. Mr and Mrs Wendell Ditsworth nnd family, her brothers, the Howard Brekkcs of Estherville the Lloyd Brekke family and her mother Mrs Conrad Brekke of. Estherville attended a>. family reunion at Mini-Wakan Stale Park Sunday. Mr and Mrs William Tobin ana Mr and Mrs Kenneth Brones were Sunday caliurs at the home of Mr and Mrs Joe Conlin at Ruthven and the Leo Waters at> Estherville. Mr and Mrs Loren Hans, and children of Eau Claire, Wis. were weekend guests recently of his parents, the Walter Hans. Mr and Mrs Paul Garry and •" t family of Rtpw.irlsvillo, Minn, were Sunday guests.at Ihe home of his sister, the Carl Schauberg- CTS. Mr and Mrs Albin Burkness and Christine attended a family reunion at the Mini-Wakan State Park Sunday. Enjoying a picnic Sunday at the Albert Dirkson home were Mr and Mrs Bill Holm and family, Mr and Mrs Conn Dirkson and family, Mr and Mrs Morris Holm, Mr nnd Mrs Clayton Clark and family of Northrtip. Minn., and Mr and Mrs Herma'n Kc'Hwidi and family of Fairmont. The group was honoring the seventh birthday of the Albert Dirkson's daughter, Paula. Guests Monday through -Wednesday at the Martin Paul's were Mrs Carl Heller and daughter ol Amnrillo, Texas, am? Mrs Ed Aldiriger of Town Kails. Mr and Mrs Floyd Gabel nnd children of Canton. Mo. are planning to spend about three weeks visiting his parents nnd other relatives in the area. Darold Gabel was here from Denver, Colorado for a week to visit his parents and brother and family. Auxiliary And Legion Elect At Lone Rock Lone Rock — The Lone Rock American Legion met July 11 There was election of officers. New officers are Dale Schroe- dcr, commander; vice commander, Bob Wilberg: Paul Thacker. adjulanl; Clarence Kraft, historian; Angus Collon, chaplain: and Harold Holmgren, service officer. Legion Auxiliary met Wednesday evening. Thc-ie was election of officers. Mrs Ralph Harrimerstrom was elected president; Doris Krause, secretary, and Lucille Scegebarth treasurer. First Birthday The following helped Tony, Hutchinson, son of Mr and Mrs Gordon Hutchinson, celebrate his first birthday July 11: Mrs Fritz Newbrough, 'Steve and Sherry. Mrs Dennis Priebe, Barry and Kelly, Mrs Don Degan, Colleen. Sheila, and Julie,'Mre Melvin Meyer, and Bryan,, Mrs Ben Schmidt, Terry, and Gary, Mrs Lloyd Hutchinson, Duane, Dennis, Judy, Kay and Jimmy, Mrs Louie Householder and Vickie, Mrs Don Schiltx, Mrs Harlan Marlow, Shirley, Marsha, Teresa a'nd Donnai Mrs Sam McCleish, Joann, Patsy, Nadine and Kevin'. Kim and Pat Blancha'rd, Susan Blanchard and Belly Lord. In Ihe evening. Ihe Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hutchinson and family were there. Underwent Surgery Mrs Dale Schrocder had her tongils removed Monday at Holy Family hospital, Esthcrvillc. Mrs Lem Marlow is a patient in' St. Ann hospital, Algona with a kidney infection. Mary Genrich returned home Sunday after spending a few weeks in the home of her son in Texas. Mrs Wayne Decker spent Wednesday and Thursday i.n the Darryl Householder home. The Raymond Schullz family and Mrs Hulda Schullz of Waukegan. 111. visited in the Frea Schultz home. Raymond is in the U.S. Navy and will be stationed <il Alameda, Cal. for three years UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend! Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch—Relieves Pain v.rk, N. T. (SpccUl) _ For tke first time science has found a new healing substance with the aston- Uhing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, and relieve p«in — without surgery. In case after caae. while gently relieving pain, actual reduction (ahrinknKe) took place. Most amazintfof all--results were I* thorough that nuffcmra ntailo astonishing statements like "Piles have ceased to bo a problem!" The secret is a new healing substance (Bio-Dyne*)—discovery of •> world-famous research institute. This substance is now available in titppository or ointment form under the name Preparation H.* At your druggist. Money back guarantee. •«•» II R. P.t O* Blake Funeral Nome* Homes At LuVERNE RENWICK WESLEY TITONKA AMBULANCE SERVICE; Oxygen Equipped -:- Radio Controlled Jack Lichter Of Algona Is I. S. U. Grdauate Jack Lichtf r. son of Mr nnd Mrs Waller Lichlcr, Algona. was one of 152 students who received diplomas from Iowa State University. Ann's, with the summer class of 1000. University President James H. Hilton presented the diploma* Wednesday, July 13. ' Lichler receiver! ; , B.S. in industrial administration. Graduation exercises were held at 0:30 a.m. arid were followed by a reception for graduates. 1 heir- families and friends in Memorial Union on the campus. JnijK is a graduate of Algona high school who saw duty with the M.S. Air Force prior lo his graduation from Iowa Stale University. 'Pat Taylor Lichler. Jack's vrife. daughter of Mr and Mrs ". .t .r'. r- ;••'• Keith Taylor, Mitrhellville, ro- eeiverl her B.A. in Ironic economics the same day at Iowa State University, making the Liehters the onry man and wife learn in the graduating class. Mr. Lichter has accepted a position with Ihe U.S. Gypsum Co. and the Liehters and their son, Michael. .3. are now residing at Fort Dodge. • ftf • Seneca News Raymond Wilberg has enrolled at the University of Iowa for a four weeks session, in Organic Chemistry. Mrs Berger Johnson and family of Fort Huron, Michigan, were recent visitors at the Ole Pedersen home. Mr.s Ed (Ida) Eisenschmidl of Dubuque visited at the Martin Wilberg home and with olv.rr relatives recently in this vicinity. They were dinner rniesls Wednesday at the vians Wilberg home and visited with the Marvin Wilbcrgs and Erie Reed;- MEMORY TEST! Right now, could you lay. your hands on your... Will Birth Certificate Abstract Bonds Marriage Certificate Contracts Stocks Valuable Papers Deeds Scattered about your home, it might be difficult. Placed in a Safe Deposit Box, your valuables are secure against fire, theft or loss of any kind. Get one! 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