The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on August 2, 1960 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 2, 1960
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Move Into New 'Wesley — The Alvin Ldebig ' family moved "the -fore 1 purl 6f .the week -into, their now 3-bedroom, raifcrMype ftouse ih the southeast ' part of town. The Gayle Studers moved into theh new house just west 1 of the Loebig house. Mrs Lulu Hanig, Irene and Eugene will move soon. into their new house just west of Studers'. . J Pastor's Vacation There will be no services*- in the Methodist church August 7 and 14/ReVi Rooert Jones and family will be on ' vdeatf dti. Have Baby Girl A daughter Was born J.uly 10 to Mr ; and , Mrs Bill RdblliSOh at Madisen. Wis., artd has been named' Barbara Adell. They also have a. 5-year-old son, Billy. Mr and Mrs Clair Robinson of Des Moines, .formerly of Wesley, are the paternal grandparents. Achievement Day Prairie Pals 4-H girls and their leader Mrs Herman Wise •assisted by Mrs Marcel Niedzieski and Mrs Chas Nygaard held annual achievement day 'July 27. Mrs A. C. Gutknecht of Lakota and Mrs Aug StUder judged .the ; sewing projects. They gave 1st place in the sensor division to :'. Merle Ann Harig and 2nd place to Ruth Wise. The Intermediate division had six entries: 1 to Julie Kunz, 2 to Sylvia Cink, 3 T to Mary Ellen Ludwig. The junior 'division also-, had six entries and school dresses made by Beck; 'Lickteig, La von Studer, and Patty Loebig won top honors. ' Has AtSJjgfidiSctbniy Richard, son of Mr and Mrs Leort Gardner, had an appendectomy at the Britt , hospital Monday evening last week. Reunion Art STggtelston family reunion was held Jtdy*8l Iff the-Shas hrMt? wftft 80 relatives present. Marine Home Marilyn HtigMs arrived July' 2& at her parental J6Hn Hughes hohie ffoftt Paris Island, South CaMina where she had' complex fid; fier wahleh's Marine basic training. She Will spend 12 day! at home and will then leave for her'assignment at a Marine base in' North Carolina. . . Family Picnic Heia . A Hughes family picnic was held Sunday ftt the John Hughes •farm hdttie. Quests included the Glen Hughes, Amos Hughes, Ingmar Harle and Gerhardt Kraus families of Kanawha. Gtiesffi, Ai Mfceilrtg ' C.O.A.'s held a meeting July 27. Women from Mason City were guests. A pot luck lunch was served a't sever! pihi., followed Jby a -short ttuslheSi meeting. Paulirte Pfeffer, grand regent, read an invitation from the court at Clear Lake" to attend, their 30th anniversary party Aug. 15. SheXalso read an invitation from St Teresas Court Wh'ittemore, to attend their Fall Style Show August 2. Court whist was played. . Viola Courtney / and Agnes Benriett won high and low for the guests Marjorie Becker and Laura Richter for the local group. Have Seventh Child A son was born July 25 to Mr and Mrs Nate Studer at the Britt hospital. He weighed in at b pounds, 10 ounces. Studers now have a family bf six boys and a girl. Mr and Mrs Ben Studer are the paternal grandparents. T^he American "region Auxi* liary will meet August 4. The Corwith Wesley Commuri- itjl school will open Aug. 29. Homebuilders Club' of the Evangelical Free church held their annual picnic: at th'e City Park July 20. Mr and' Mrs Martin Hamilton were hosts at a barbecue supper July 27 for their employees anc families. Guests were Mr anc Mrs LeRpy Grandgenett, Mr ant Mrs Richard Smith and Gary Ray Smith of LuVerne and Jacl SAFE IN A-SIOUX- AT LESS COST f OO WEAtrlERPROOF PROTECTION ... COMPLETE FACTORY FABRICATION Piercing rain/ lightning, angry winds, blinding bfizrtfaV • •lifting beat,-SIOUX-Tite Steel Buildings shrug off all weather. Vet this modern mirocla of. tte«I it occomplishod at far leu cost to you than other building methods. ^ WEATHERPROOF CONSTRUCTION ' .SIOUX- Steel Building Panels with special overwrap fo'nfj fiive safe, weather-tight protection and seamless beauty without caulking. Every bolt, brace, and panel is all «teel for extra strength and reliability. The durable galvanized steel finish assures minimum maintenance year •fter year. If preferred a wide chgise of (gI0n if «t slight additional cost. ^ STKAtGHT SIDE Ml^lMt/M ERECTION COST •SIOUX- Steel Buildings are completely fabricated" at th« factory to fit precisely without costly field cutting, drilling or alteration. This -SIOUX- extra saves you mgny dollar* ever the cost of other steel building systems. TRUE-CIRCLE Choow the .SIOUX- Steel Butltflnj Jesfgn molt luTfqtfa for your pijrpose. Whether it's a new machinery building, tnodirn store, or office building from drawing board to final erection it will be designed, and built {0 \\\ needs, Fiqancing ovailoble. SALES ROOM AND DISPLAY STORAGE AND LQAFING BARN ROBINSON CONSTRUCTION CO. ftichter. •. Mr and Mrs iiob Tysdal ah sons of ClaWon were July «! guests in the Berrtafd Kunke home. The CJfiorge Itunkei famil of St. Benedict Were afiernOo guests there.-fiuane Kunkel re turned to his parental Bernar liunkel home that flay from a 5 week visit at the Meivin I'ysda home. . ' Daniel Skbw, sort of th'e Jo Skows spent August 1-5 at th state site near Madrid, He i present county boy 4-H secre tary., As a Wesley 4*H membe is active in junior leaders am livestock judging. He exhibitei 4->H beef and some projects. Julie Nygaara was one of six bridesmaids July 23 at tHe Wed ding of a Mend, Karen Kin£, a Mondarnin. Evan|elical Free Ladies At met .July 27 with Mrs Chloie Simpson and Mrs Louis Simpson Mrs Henry Schutrop and Ton of Minneapolis spent* July 25-21 with her cousin, Mrs John Paul son,, and family. On Monday th< women went to Garner to mee another cousin, Mrs Meivin Kell ing. 6t Tucson, Arizona and at tended a reunion at the Arnolc Prohaska home in Gamer.' Mr and Mrs Anton Becker o St. Joe and Father Louis Bornian were Sunday guests in the Wil fred Becker home. Father Bor man leaves Aug 3 for his hom in Metz, France, following a 'month's visit in the States. The Mesdames Chas Nygaard Glen Gabrielson, Joe Skow am Albert • Johnson attended a Re publican women's rally at the Clarence Brandt home near Ti' tonka Monday. Mr and -Mrs Frank Johnson and-Mr arid Mrs Axel Carlsoh left Friday for a visit With relatives at Deerfield, 111. Mr and Mrs Everett Ackeraon -Truly were guests at the Kenneth Besch npme at Wesl Bend July 26. Mrs Helen Jchnson returned to her work at the Walker store Monday morning, following a 2- week-'vacation, Mrs Martin Hamilton and Nancy and the former's mother, Mrs Helen Johnson,-spent the July 24' weekend in 'the Ed Thissen home at Waterloo. They took Diane Thissen following a 2-Week visit here. Mr. and Mrs Lull Gauge drove to Pontiac, 111. Tuesday for several day's visit with relatives. Mrs George' Ricke and Mrs Helen 'Johnson, accompanied bjr the former's daughter, :Mrs Frank Kisch of Whittemore spent July 20 at Kiester, Minn., visiting the Charles and Chuck Kraus families. The Alvin Karpers of Lakota and the Clarenee Ptaceks of Duncan Were July 24 callers in the Wilford Becker home. Ottosen News Mrs Eugene I-Iofius, Mrs Roy Telford and Mrs Edward Zinnel spent Wednesday visiting Mrs Luella Schenck *••, Burt. Mr and Mrs Carroll Olson. Debby and Diane met Mr and Mrs Tom Olson of West Bend at Fort Dodge Tuesday. They had been at Albuquerque, New Mexico visiting their son, Mr and Mrs Thomas Olson, Mr and Mrs Richard CHristion- son of Humboldt were Sunday evening visitors at the Magnus Bratlands. Large Stock of REPLACEMENT PARTS . On Hand' Prompt Service At Al( Times Service Motors AyailabN For Emergency Use PRATT ELECTRIC CO, Rhpp>.CY 4-4326 Algona, Iq Arlen Johnson OfBurfWeds DecorahGirl _~ The First Lutherdrt church at Derjofdh was the setting for the double rlfig wetldlhg 6f Barbara L. fefikef, daughter of Mr and Mrs-Stevte Baker, Defi-> brah, to Artett D, Johnsdft, sdn o! Mrs Helen JdhHSoH and the laid Oscar Jdhnson, Bur.t. The c'ere* mony was performed by ReV, vUvlri Nelson June '21 .Serving Mr Johnson as best man wad John Lubke. Groomsmen were 1 Jerry German, and Dean Larson. Ushers were Howard and Gerald Dakken. Susan Baker was maid oi honor. Bridesmaids were EH2a4 both Usher and Alice' Jane Baken Candlelighters were Sharon aftd Karen Baker. The bride, given irT hiarHagd by her father, wore a whitd floor-length gown 6f nylon sheer organza, with a . scalloped Sabrina neckline, embroidered bodice and shirred short sleeves and gauntlets. The full skirt Was accented \vith a bustle bow In back, Her • En'ghrfn: illusion veil fell from a croWn of lace studded with seed pearls. She Carried a boliquet of yellow rdses oh a White bible, a gift Of the grodm A reception was neld immediately following the cei'emony. The bride is a graduate of Decorah high school and Luther College. She , taught the past year at Jesup. The groom is a graduate of Burt high school and attended Luther College. He is erriploy.ed at Corpus Christi. Texas, where the' young couple will make their home. wajr we criticize them after they're elected". SENECA NEWS Mr and Mrs Ole Pedersen ac-> companied their daughter and husband, the Emil Bleckwenns of Fenton to Terril Friday where they spent the day with the John Mickllck family. Mr and Mrs Verl Smith, Colleen and Marlene, also Janice Priebe of Fenton, spent from Wednesday untu Saturday at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs Elmer Hannisch and Donald attended a family reunion of the Henry Weblink family of Pocahontas, held at Spirit Lake Sunday, Mrs George Stirnmel, Columbus, Ohio, and her twin sons are visiting at the home of her sister and family, the Ervin Votte- lers. Mr and Mrs ifaek Ldoft and Tommy, Rochester, Minn., and Sara Horstman df Brltt were Sunday visitors at the Henry Loofts. The Seneca Stars 4-H club has chosen Aug. 9 for its achievement show. It will be held at the Seneca school at 7- p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. Mr and Mrs Henry Looft Visited with the letter's sister, Tilda Johanncsen, at Fairmont Sunday Tilda is recuperating from a fractured ankle which she sustained Thursday morning while at work. SO YEARS Dr. Joseph Schoen of Blairstown recently completed 50 years of service as a dentist. He is one of the few dentists in Iowa who have practiced in the same place for a full half century. UDM Classifieds Pay Dividend* Portland Twp. By Mrs; Vlctoi 1 Fitch Mr and Mrs' Lawrence Govern and Vincent Govern attended a picnic at the. Gene -Nilson home near Winriebago, Minn, in honor of Mrs Gene Nilson's-birthday. Mr and Mrs Elton Wood and lamily of Algona visited in the Robert Wood home Thursday evening. , Mrs Walter Bertrand of Elmhurst, 111. left Thursday night after visiting a few days at the Jay Steven home. Verne and Dennis Shipler, Mr and Mrs Jim Steven and family, Mr and Mrs Milton Steven and family and Sheryl Smith were Tuesday evening visitors at the Jay Steven home. EditH Smith of Phillip Beerman of Des Moines came Friday evening to spend the night with Sdith's parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Smith, Mr and Mrs Martin Zimmerman and baby were Sunday evening visitors at the Victor 'itch homo, Mr and Mrs Stanley Ruse and Mrs Dwight Ruse were also Sunday evening callers. Mr and Mrs'W. R, Wolf of i'cnton and Mr and Mrs Calvin Householder of Phoenix, Ariz, were Sunday guests at the Jack Pieman home. Mr and Mrs Nick Estle ana girls from Wappinger Falls, New York -were Wednesday guests at he Frank Becker home. They ailed at the Harold Becker home Wednesday morning. Mr and Mrs "Istle lived here t aboui 9 years ago. Linda Becker, Diarte Miller and anc Bardlo'u were among the jirl scouts that camped out at Russell Pattersons Monday-night Mrs W. J. Crosby, Lorje and ill and Mrs Frank Ryerson cail- d at the Frank Becker home VIonday. Mr and Mrs Crosby and iris of Citia, Florida are vi-.;.i- ioning here and visiting at the lyerson home. Mr and Mrs Andy Nauman and amily of Agusta, Wis. were overnight guests at the Jesse -hums home Wednesday. They ilso visited other friends and elatives, leaving for home Mon,ay afterngon, Mr arjd Mrs Jesse Harms, Vlary, Norma and David attehd- d the silver wedtjing anniver ary of Mr find' Mrs Henry Stec- ,er, Titonka Sunday. Mr and Mrs Pat Puttkamer |/lr and Mrs Leonard Ites and amily and M^ and Mrs Robert tes, all qf Aldeh, were dinner uests at the Jesse Harms home unday. Harris dnd Alyina Harms took rs Bill .Champion Jr. and /!el- ida home Saturday after they pent four weeks visiting re-laves and friends nere. "No wonder it's hard to get our est men to run for office — the f. i. (Bud) ROBINSON EAST ON HIGHWAY II ALGONA €Y 4-1374 Science Shrinks Piles New Way Without Surgery Stops Itch-Believes Pain. K«» Yerfe N. V. (SpKliI) — For th« firat tim? loicricfl has found a ns\jr Dealing «ubst»nca with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids, stop itching, %n4 rjligve p»io -without targets. Ip case sHcr case, While gently took place. Most Amazing of ^ll-result» wer» like «Pil« pr«blen>l" »»tPi>i»n!ng »t b*ve c^sed t« T&i HSMil »t»ncs (Bi9.J>jroe*)-dUcovery ot I world-iaq>pui( reie«rcb institute. 'A. 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