The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on July 26, 1960 · Page 4
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(la.) Uptjff tot Maln*i Tue«day r July 26, 1960 ',!/' Ardyth Drone Nurse Graduate Larson w«nf to Rochester Sunday for a chock-up at a clinic. and Mrs M. M. Honsbruch have as their guest Jerry Storbeck of Aurelia. Mrs Hugh Post will be hostess to the Eight Specs card ck.«. Wednesday evening. the Happy Birthday club will meet Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs Hattie Schmidt. Mr and Mrs Don Ferris spent the weekend at Lake Okoboji with Mr and Mrs Murray Mowers. Mr and Mrs Harry Greenberg spent the weekend hi Minneapolis with Mr and Mrs Jerry Friedel. Mr and Mrs Dick Post Were Visited over the weekend by Mr and Mrs Maury White of Des Moines. —o— Dr. and Mrs P. O. Dorweiler are being visited by their nephew, Jimmy Hutchinson or Waterloo. Mr and Mrs Gene Heimer and and thre daughters spent Sunday at Mason City with Mr and Mrs Walter Schultz. Douglas Al, infant son of Mr and Mrs Richard Buscher was baptized Sunday at St. Cecelia's Catholic church. —o— Edith Christiansen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Mads Christiansen is attending summer school at Mankato State Teachers College. Guest speaker Sunday at the Presbyterian church was Dr. Walter Schiel, director of Parsons College Foundation at Fairfield. Benjamin Meyer, Algona. ministerial student will speak next Sunday. Now you Know I The answer to everyday insurance problems* By L. S. Bohannon QUESTION: Is damage caused by a bursting hot water heater covered by All Physical Loss insurance? ANSWER: Yes. the damage is covered. • if you'll address your own insurance questions to this office, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind. L.S. BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge CY 4-4443 1 Htrringhont ing Parlor Mr and Mrs Louis Kelley have moved into their new home. Karen Navoichick was ift Mil waukee. Wise, over the weekend attending the Milwaukee Music Festival. •—o— Mr and Mrs Milch Taylor and family spent the weekend at Lake Okoboji. The son, Larry, is at Camp Foster. —.Q — LeRoy Lau is a patient at University hospitals at Iowa City where he went for a check-up and possible surgery. •—o— Mr and Mrs Marion Burbank, former residents now of Mason City, were weekend guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Vera. Mr and Mrs Dale Simons and three daughters, former residents now of Marion, spent the weekend here with Mr and Mrs Richard Norton. .—o— Mr and Mrs Al Wiltkopf were honorees at a party at the Moose lodge on Friday evening. The Wittkopfs were married recently at Blue Earth, Minn. Fastest known system of milking You can milk 50 or more cows an hour in the CLAY Herringbone Milking Parlor . . . and feed at the same time! In addition, you get 8 important, exclusive features with a CLAY Herringbone Parlor. We'd like to tell you more about this modern, laborsaving milking system and demonstrate these special CLAY features. Stop in next time you're in town. Matfarn Equiamant far Easier farming SHAW'S CLAY EQUIP. UPON SHAW 4 Mi. Wtf* Of Larry, Lisa, and Jeff, children of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Renken returned Saturday from a three week visit with their grandparents at LeMars. —o— Mary and Susan, daughters of Dr. and Mrs A. J. Gotten, will go to Minneapolis this Week and then to Ohio by plane to visit their grandparents. •—o— Rev. Newton Coughenour of the' Methodist church is attending a theolpgical conference at St. Olaf's College, Northfield, Minn., several days this week. Mr and Mrs Roger Phillips have returned to their home in Council Bluffs after a visit of several days with their daughters and families, the Rex Voylcs and Gary McDonalds here. Barbara Bartlett, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wes Bartlett, attended a cabinet meeting at Methodist Camp, Lake Okoboji Thursday. She is co-president of the Spencer district of the youth of the church. The board of trustees of the Methodist church have elected new v 'officers. They are Perry Collins, chairman; Dr. John Se- hutter, vice chairman; Louis Kelley, secretary; and Lloyd Muckey, chairman of the,house committee. Mr and Mrs Everett Baldus had as their guest over the weekend, Mrs Baldus' sister, Mn> Charles Jensen and twin daughters Andrea and Christine of Newton. The Baldus family is spending this week with Mrs Baldus' parents at Austin, Minn. Mr and Mrs Louis Reilly became the parents of their fourteenth child, Sunday, when a daughter was born to them at St. Ann hospital. The baby is in an incubator but is uoing nicely as is the mother. There are now ix boys and eight girls in the amily. •Mr and Mrs Russ Rentz and Dianna, Susan and Wayne umed Friday from three weeks t Crystal River, Fla., where they -isited the parental Estel Rentz amily. Enroute home they visit- d friends at Millard, Ky., and at Belton, Mo., S/Sgt. and Mrs ordon Wegener. Ardyth Drone, above, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wayne Drone, graduated from the "Antonian School of Practical Nursing at Carroll, July 17. Shi; will continue to work at St. Anthony's Hospital until Sept., when she- will write her State Board Examinations. She is a 1959 graduate from Sentral Community at Fenton. (UDM engraving). Forehead Gash For LuVerne Town Marshall LuVerne—Ernest Meyer, town marshal, received a gash in his forehead Friday that required four stitches. He was assisting with digging a ditch for the town when he suffered the injury. Conditions Unchanged Mrs Charles Hinz, Lester Hinv. H. D. Ristau, Wayne Warmbier visited Sunday with Charles Hinz, patient at Veterans hospital, Des Moines. They report his condition following a stroke remains the same. Guests in the Mike Hinz home Sunday were some of their chll- jdrcn, Mr and Mrs Don Palsic, Mr and Mrs Norman . Hinz of pi', Mr and Mrs Leo Tofte- brrg, Ottosrn; Mr and Mrs Melvin P.:atlaml, Bone; and theii families. The Norman Hinz family jusi arrived from Calif., where IK- was recently discharged from the service. Mr and Mrs Robert Blumer. Si., Liverrnore, their son Mr and Mrs Robert G. H. Blumer, Jr. sons Tim and David, LuVerne. were Sunday visitors at Clear Lake with their .vjns and brothers the James and Norland Blumf.T families. Recent guests of Mr and Mrs Ralph Stoll were Edith Wells Clinton, her sister Margaret Carlson', Titonka, Mrs Nick Eden. Mrs Harold Carlson and Belinda Sue of West Liberty and Mr .and Mrs Clarence Nielson, LuVerne. Mr and Mrs Jack Watts of Lakewood, Calif., arrived Wednesday for a vacation visit with her parents Mr and Mrs Harold Hansen. Weekend guests in the Hansen home to visit with their sister were Mrs Clarence Bathke, Mr and Mrs Edward Weidman families, Norfork, Neb., Mr and Mrs Clifford Hansen family and her mother Mrs ' Helen Durlan. Sioux City, Mr and Mrs Russell Kelley, Algona, Mr and Mrs Harding Hansen, LuVerne, and families and Mrs Ragnhild Kinseth of Fort Doage. A picnic supper Thursday evening at the LuVerne park was enjoyed by Dr. and Mrs John M. Skogmo, Fort Dodge, Dr. and Mrs Norman Hesse of Renwick, Mr and Mrs B. S. Martin, Lu- Verne, and families. The picnic honored the Hesse and Martin families who lelt July 21 for a Ttoo New Arrivals Mr and Mrs Clarence Hinz are the parents of a daughter born July 16 at Lutheran hospital Fort Dodge. They have a two year old daughter Louise who is with her grandparents in Bode Clarence is the son of Mr and Mrs Mike Hinz juuVerne. Mrs Mike Hinz reports the birth July 13 of a daughter to their daughter, Elsie, Mr and Mrs Jack Abel at Kasson, Minn. They have a five year old son, Ross. vacation trip east, visiting Wise., Mich., provinces in Canada. Mr and Mrs Fred Heller and Dorothy of New Glarus, Wise.. were Tuesday guests of Mr and Mis Henry Kubly. Style Show To Feature Twins At Whittemore Whiliemore •— Eight sets of twins from this area will be featured in Stylerama,'sponsored by C.D.A. in the Plantation ballroom. Tuesday, Aug. 2, at 8 p.m Twins who will model children's clothing are Mary Eileen and Mary Ellen, daughters of Mi and Mrs Edmund Elbert: Dennis and Diane, son and daughter of Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber; Ronnie and Donnie, sons of ,Mr and Mrs Edward Kenyon; Jamey and Jodie, son and daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Elbert; Dale and Dean 10 sons of Mr ana Mrs George Baas, Karen and Kenneth, 10 daughter and son of Mr and Mrs Lester Fuchscn: Neil and Nora, son and daughter of Mr and Mrs Leo Nurre; and Joano and Jeanne, daughters of Mr and Mrs Francis Grotty. Other children who will model the latest fall fashions are Virginia Waldschmit, Roxannc Fandel, Nancy .Dalilhauser, Jimmy Fleming, Eugene Erpclding and Terry Simons. Pre-teen fashions will be modeled by Joan Derner, Barbara Winkel, Nancy Eischen, Caroline Spurgeon, Ann Mergen and Rosalie Hyink. Other models are Teresa Mullin, Carol Reding, Patty Fsck- bohm, Carol Nurre, Mrs William Dpgan, Marguerite Erpeldmg Mrs Martin Duffy, Mrs Arnold Kollasch, Mrs Gerald Elbert, Mrs Leo Walters, Mrs Frank Piekarski and Mrs Andrew Reding of Algona. The grand finale will feature: a bridal party, with Carol Reding and Patty Fickbohm as bridesmaids, Roxanne Fandel, flower girl, and Terry Simons, ringbearer, the indentity of the bride will remain a secret until the finale. Also included in the evening's entertainment will be musical numbers featuring vocal and organ, selections, and a tea, door prizes will also be given. July 26. They will be calling on hfomea in the entire courvty from now through the ttext seven or eight weeks, selling magazine subscriptions. No donations will be accepted. • Equipment owned -by th'. 1 VFW, including wheel chairs, hospital beds, walkers, ct-utches, etc., may be used free of charge by anyone in the county. 3 From County . „ j , Kossuth V.F.W. Chapters Have Fund Campaign Veterans of Foreign Wars chapters throughout Kossuth county are sponsoring a campaign to raise funds for purchase of additional hospital equipment for use by county residents, according to John Hamilton, Titonka, county commander of the VFW. Capper Publications representatives, carrying credentials signed by Hamilton, Arthur Rode. Titonka commander, James E. Utt, Algoi\a commander, Glee Bullock, Burt adjutant, Go'rdon Dclperdang, Bancroft commander and William G. Walstead Swca City commander, start calling on homes in Algona Monday, To 4-H Camp Delegates from Kossuth Coun ty to the State 4-H Health Camp are Janice Bode, Algona and Daniel Skow, Wesley. The camp is to be held August 1 to 5th at the State site near Madrid. Janice, seventeen, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Flovji Bode. She Is an eight $ear member o! the Plum Creek Elite 4-tt club, where she is presently nerving as secretary. ™Jamce has taken several honors in 4-H club work with her record books, exhibits and judging contest. She is also the accompanist tor the county 4-H chorus. Daniel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. rfdsefjh S'kow. Me is the present coutity tools' 4-M secretary. As a Wesley 4-H member, he is active in Junior Leaders arid livealdck Judging. He exhibits 4-H beef and swine projects. H. Beh ituhf of Avoefl recently dug & radish ffotfi trts garden that weighed fc'/fc pounds and was two feet long and 7 Inches around the top. It is an Oriental radish and is grown frttm imported seed. CORRECTION "In Graham's Lay-Away Blanket Sale ad el July 19, the print) «l 'DOVER" Blankets was incorrectly fllven CM $9.97, The Correct Price For '"Dover" Blankets Is $6.97 THANK YOU Guesi Honored Mr and Mrs Chris Johnson of Atlantic visited Sunday to Tuesday with his niece Mr and Mrs C. W. Bjustrom. Mrs Johnson is the former Laura Scott, well known here. Mrs Bjustrom had as coffee guests Monday afternoon former friends of Mrs Johnson, Mrs J. O. Marty, Emma Marty, Mrs Ella Woito, Mrs Earl Neal, Myrtle J*ordan, LuVerne, Mrs ' Frank Devitt, Mrs Hattie Burlingame, Mrs Irene Carle, Mrs Hansen, Mrs Ellen Bjustrom and son Milan of Algona. Of Algona's Newest and Most Modern A junior garden club for youngsters 7 to 14 years of age las been organized here, under he sponsorship of the Algona Harden Club. First meeting was Friday mornine at the home of ;he, advisor, MIT James Baker Kathy Crawford was elected president; Sherry Baker, vice Dresidonl; Susan Lindciuist, com- TUttce member, and Jean Sigs- aee. secretary-treasurer. The-club will be affiliated with the national federation of garden clubs and a name will be chosen at the next meeting, Aug. 11, at Mrs Baker's. Olson Reunion Attending the reunion of the family of Mrs Amelia Olson and the late Lewis Olson, Sunday, in a" park at Mankato, Minn., from LuVerne were Mr and Mrs Edwin Hansclman Mr and Mrs Keith Voss, Mr and Mrs Carl Hanselman, Mr and Mrs Leroy Hanselman and families. Also Karen Hanselman, Sioux City, Mr and Mrs Ronald Anderson family of Leland. All of the Olson children were present. Beautv Salon like to extend to all of you a most cordial itation to see our recently completed beauty salon. We believe it is this area's finest in both the modern appearance of the shop and in our outstanding beauticians. Come in Friday for a visit with us and inspect Algona's newest and most modern beauty salon. June' Simpson, Owner and Manager Friday, July 29* » »•»• *» » »•«•»• REGISTER FOR THESE BEAUTIFUL DOOR PRIZES: • GRAND DOOR PRIZE - Ladies Ronson Razor • FIRST PRIZE - Permanent Wave • SECOND PRIZE - Cordless Razor • THIRD PRIZE - Shampoo & Fingerwave • FOURTH & FIFTH PRIZES - Umbrella A New Fashion or a Lovely Classic, Our Beauticians Personalize a Hair-do To Flatter You Miss Rustemier Shower Honoree At Bancroft Bancroft — A bridal shower honoring Carol Rustemeier, bride- to-be of James Goche, was held in her honor. Sunday afternoon in St. John's church. The wedding will take place August 13 in St. John's Catholic church. Baby Baptized The infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Jerry Stillc was baptized Denise Hence, Sunday mornin te at the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church with Rev. Allen Rudo\\ officiating. Sponsors were Mr and Mrs Kermit Stille, Thornton; maternal grandparents. Guests at a dinner to honor t:.e baby were her maternal grandmother, Mrs Alma Steenharl, Mrs Eugene Stecnhart and Craig of Briti ana the sponsors. Stung Near Eye Richard Menke was stung by ah insect at his (arm home Friday afternoon. He has a badly swollen eye. Meredith Bergman has accepted a position in the Cowing food market taking the place of Carol Rustemeier who -has resigned to be married. (7PM Clttbiificda Pay Oivideudi Mr and Mrs -Mien Blake and Robert were Tuesday visitors in Green Mountain with Mr and Mrs H. J. Langbi'hn, parents of Mrs Blake. Richard Blake returned after ten day vacation with his grandparents. Mr and Mrs Donald Hungate had as guests Saturday evening Mr and Mrs Bernard Hoffman and daughters of Webb and Alma Stevens of Fort Dodge. Mrs Hoffman and Miss Stevens are sisters. Sandra Patterson and Nancy Rugg. employed in Des Moines. were weekend visitors with their parents, the Milo Patterson and Mrs Victor Baumgartner families. Mrs John Stampka, Mario and Jackie, her mother Mrs Mathilda Stoddard accompanied Howard Stoddard to his home in Carthage, S.D., Tuesday for a week's visit. Mrs Elsie Stoddard who came with Howard to attend the funeral of William Stoddard returned enroute to her home jn Flasher, N.D. Viola Hansen Carol Martins Delrae Kemna 8 Four Beauticians To Serve You With The Finest In Modern Equipment and Materials WITH OR WITHOUT APPOINTMENT Call CY 4-3127 - Your Appointment With Beauty State Beauty Corner State & Thorington :^^

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