The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 29, 1959 · Page 2
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\ Funeral For Vernon Stone At LuVerne LuVerne — QraVeside Vites were held Friday, JMC23, at the 'LuVerne cemetery for Vernon W. Stone, 67, who died Jan. 19. at Cedar Rapids following a heart , fowl Marcn 2, 1892, at Lu- VertSi, fris-fcarenti Vere Frank and Martha Stone, early settlers of the LuVerne, community. Following high school graduation he attende^ business college and taught in" country" schools near LuVerne for a, number of years before taking employment 'in Mason City where he settlec following his marriage to Hazel Peitzke of LuVerne. After the death of his wife: in 1951, he made his honie ifcfdedar Rapids where he waV,. employed as a bookkeeper until his death. Surviving are two sons, KeiO R. of San 'Marcos, Tex., Dwigh R. of Vinton' and one brother Rqy of LuVerne; also five grandchildren. Mr Stone was a member of the Methodist church a Mason City. Graveside services were conducted. by Rev. Worth ie Usher of the Methodist Church. 54th Anniversary Mr and Mrs George A. Eggleston observed their fifty-fourth ter and S«h Mr attniwrsary at their tftflly *rt$ a feot-luck WliK" the?* «hildren, attending. They .were Mr and Mrs Arthur Henry, Mr and Mrs Wal- meling of Pocahontas; Mr rs Charles Nygaard and family of Wesley; Mr and Mrs Vernon Eggleston and daughters of "IfvTrigton, Ihe Misses BelUah snd ttoris Eggleston of Des Moines and Julie Nygaard, Ame$. Open house wa,s\ held In the Afternoon when many friends called <o honor the couple. Pouring was Mrs Arthur Henry. Other visitors were their four great-grandchildren Paula, Phyl- final games of the Little Nine tournament at Bode Saturday _$yin, Lei" evening. *e* -.=. r and p^ -„ . v n**** Us Douglas and Danny children of MrS Schmeling, who live with their father, Lewirt Block in the parental, Mr and Mrs Max Block jibme. Mr Eggleston is retired from many years service as agent for the C &NW railroad. Receives Degree Mrs Guy Andre received hei Bachelor of Science degree, in. Education at the Mid-year Commencement from Drake UnSveV- sity 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan, 2S, at the University Christian church,'-Des Moines. Attending the exerc sea were Mr Andre, their daughter* Michele and Rainy" of , Dog Moines; her parents, Mr and Mn* Alvin Hardcopf, brqthers ( Mr and Mrs Billy Hardcopf and Mark; Junior* Hardcopf and Verlaine ohnson of LuVerne. • ', ' , < son , udrey iftA} Sunday ifi Mank'ato, Minn, with their son and brother, Mr and Mrs Jerry Weber and son. Mrs Harry Naffzigef and Mr* Burtis DeNio, leaders of trie Lu* Verne Live Wires Girls 4sB club, attended a workshop for 4-H Leaders at the Extension office in Algona recently. . Donald &n$ Gerald Larson, Ames, were weekend visitors with their parents, the Loyd Larsons and Carolyn. Mr and Mrs Jon Nelson had as weekend guests her sister, Mr and Mrs J. MarteH Ktldd and daughter, Patsy of Minneapolis, Minn, Mrs Alan Croonqulst and son •Mark of Moorland visited* »the past weejc in the parental F. F. ,Fett home. Mr and Mrs Loyd Larson, Donald. Gerald and Carolyn were Saturday, evening guests in the home of her sister,, the ChrU B.r.echlers " " "' % Elevator Men w From OHo$«n At , > T i* . •* i - 's ? * ~ State QiioMh ~ Attending the Grain Dealers convention at DCS Molnea from Suttdsy aftettiooii tiftro Wadnosday- ware Mt.and.tttt AU fred Schultz, Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobsorb' Mr and Mrs LenhfflfJ Holden, Mr and Mrs Ed Kemttlj Watneni ami Take a • lesson ffo'm Nature' '— but irnproye^on Mt.' Save for wintry day r~,not in a hole in the grpyridr but^in an irisurec savings account,, here, when your'ltiortey'' 5664 to work fo . . ares imes Mr» and Mrs Mr ahd Priscilla Hoif and Peter Holt and his friend Truman Homme, all of Luther College at Decorah spent the weekend at the Merle :olt home. Martha Usher of Iowa State Teachers' 1 College, Cedar Falls, spent 'the weekend with her par* Mri;£nd . Usher» tfer, home Tuesday evenmg for Mrs Waechter*s birthday were Mr and Mrs Peter Dahlhaueer find Peter Jr» of Whittenioife r -'Mf > ' M«,Ray MetB afid^Mf ,aM _.___ Bill J&earc)is^.a!JUteaaa,-Mt and Mrs Paul Dahlhattger ^nd Henry Robert . Mrs Vernfe Waetthtfe* of West Bend. . Mr -and Mirs Aibilrt Went to fort Dodge Sunday evening to see her aliiit, S4*S ;iColsrud, who is critically ill at Lutheran hospital.;" 5 " '" '"" •' erum Mr ind M'rtrElmer S)eb;riti!f||n^ Q&u^)tt6i^$/ tnoV^tl^ f|?oitt| IBpoflpj ^tid how&pccupy^VMB, Alilo InillCKi^ residence. Mr Stebritz is em ployed by the Mot-Qro Co. of Algona. ..They 7 have a,daughter . Charles Lovig of the University of Wisconsin - at .- Madison was home for the .semester break, as was Patty Struthers, home from Drake University, •Jtey.-A, •Ramerjz of Podahontas preached the tjermon Sunday <m6rnihg at the Presbyterian He also ordained the-tteW • xierman o attended .the 40th -Wadding. Mrc Herman'Bode dinner: ahd birthdaj sist also call Mrs Waj you return safely earning' a good You'll* like our friendly ^eryjce and the .convenience .of sqying ' tjejre^ "Ask about "our mail-savtngi plqn. NOW PAYING , V'3V4% Per Annum Compounded Semi-Annyally HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN AS^N Since 1917 M^^NA/ »OWA n his"brothp.r,*Mr "Marty and mew «BaUy daughter, born Jan. 21 at Iowa City. •Weekend guests in the. James Mallory home were friends,- Mr and Mrs .Bernard Manchester of St.-Paul, Minn. ' < \ Wednesday evening -guests in the Don Miller home ( -were her parents, Mr and Mrs , Henry Kueck of Lone Rock. Mr and Mr§ DeRay Lichty and children of Mason City 'yisited over SuncJay' with his' parents, Mr and Mrs Harry Lichty. 'Friday ' evening guests in the Don Miller home were..her' sister, M' r arid 1 Mrs Bernard Jensen of Clarion'. Mr and Mrs Robert JEtzen and Lyle were Sunday guests of her sister, Mr and Mrs Geprge Dirkson at'Woden. Mr and, Mrs Bryce A.. Wicketl had as -weekend guests Mr '^n,d 'Mi's Claire Champine of' Spirit Lqke. The Champinea, former teachers in' the LuVerne Community school, ' came" to attend Mr and Mrs Loyd Larson t Carolyn, sons, Donald and Gerald of Ames were guests Sunday of their daughter and sisterj the Sdwin Edge family, at Humboldt. Special Service* • „..' n , Special services will be ',he)d at the LuVerne Evangelical United Brethren church Feb. 1-0. Rev. A. T. Washington, pastor of :he Salem Evangelical United Brethren church in Council Bluffs, will be guest speaker, Sunday visitors in the Jerry Stille home Sunday were her grandmother, Mrs K. K. Steenhard, an .uncle,' ,Mr and Mrs David Steenhard, all of Laltimen Mr and Mrs Raymond- Davis of Dunkcrton, Mrs Alma Steonhfcrd of Britt visited* the past week in her daughter's home assisting with care^of Barbara Kay Stjlle, born Jan. 14. Mrs Mary Abbas of' Lattimer was a guest Sunday in the home of "her brothey-'in-lawatid sjBter; Mr anS'Mrs'William Klawitter,Mr and .Mrs Carroll >M,arty wpnt Sunday to attend the ds*- dicatio'n of." the new Sharon JSvan-' geljical United Brethren-"church near Kalona, Iowa. The pastor of the cl\urch is the Rev. Howard- Marty, blather of Carr,6ll'.:4The$ ...,.... .fourth Joan ,,ahd Joe grade:, 11 .?U • M r*''f>M tin< ade, and,twins, ' were guests in ** _ «• -i ..j ,, f her sisteR Mrs 'Esther' Bishey ' ' o In - , Jane;)Sohnet2er calebra^pd her severitn: Birthday > after 1 , ^cho$ Thursday, with a party fpif liter fi 'elderf Mrs Karl Long "and install •ec(>,|ruatees and other church oft Mr and Mrs Richard Kinse'th and^Mr and Mrs'Oliver Kinse^ attended a retirement dinner for, 1 - ' ~ ' Renwlck „ „ Rasmus'-* li'sffrom Renwick, where he " rural mail carrier. The din- 'as at the Johnson House at Algona. irst and Sunday School ..,_., Rasmussen -of .tutday evening. Mr & y "Mrs, Viola Studer* , Herman Adelf of Richlarid, Calif, ; spent several days with his sister and husband, Mr ahd Mrs Will Martinek and with relatives ' ' l in 'Hartley, _ Rev. <i Robert Jones went'.'to Simpson \Collegej Indianolaj/ Jari; '26- .to join 300 other 1 Methodist Ministers at an annual/lowa-pas- •t'brs Vschool in session x. several Kathy- Hughes, daughter o£ Mr and '--Mrs John Hughes-, -was brought home Sunday'from Britt hospital " where she ' Ji&d-'\beett several days for care. »', •*•••• ' ''Mr' arid Mrs Eugene Struthers , • Janice Wier, Omaha/Neb. spent ,lfe , *• ,\i »Wn;.. „— , , n ....—., i ,Vi ,'.. i. ...... .... .t... •< •;.'. *.,.....—ii__u.,'. A baby. boy was .born , in jHancoek Memorial .nospttal> Bi-itt, by Caesarian section to Mr ahd-Mrs Frank Richter,who now Jtiave 'a family of six sons and ^t wo daughters. , . T " , , , jMb 1 and Mrs Either G!\Awe oi Corwith were Sunday guests o the Erling Flojns, r They observer their wedding anniversaries^ George Kelch . will operate a meat processing'plant and bakery at Kanawha, where ; they have also' purchased a ,'home. Mrs Kelch IsUWel former Phyllis Stue der, i'.They al-e former' Wesley&ns; ; A public cdrd paH^.will be held SundaV evening,- Feb. vl,: ; in th6 Legion, Hall. - Lunch' ,will be served.* -' , ' , "> , - >r, , ' t* Patt^'Weiland entertained s eight girls^HSaturday.'' at a birthday party,, f- She is a datigh" tej o£- Mr qrville jWeilandl '*': V lhg' beeVas Tiefit' it.;St. Poland China Bred Sow Sale r Joseph's' <Jatholl6 Church -"i ' ••*- "- fnesda^'aftlrridoh. •• . ...^ JL. ^ £iT.l^_.af ^l-f _______ a ______ _ ______ 45 br6d flJlU, to IdrrdW tnlFtiti./Mart «rtd a *ew in April. We .are cifferlng flllts fr^ni Certjffetl Meat Type litters, most have ,'fnforfnciHti on fittirs. Bred to our ootstartdinft pair of Jjjerd boors. Bangs and Lepto tested; „; \ ,- ' SaledrffBrm irj heated bdfh. * / U*"\ * **"'*•• *-*>* '-*•' * ' "*•' Floyd Friedow and Sons " fin .3 4 IJicJJi&hti, Iowa'- classmates 'in the rooms of Evangelical United Brethren church'With 18 attending!""'Ottter guests, were cousins, Coleen Sch- ne^tzer'; jfahd ,- J,an)ce ."Kr^tv fa^di their iHpthers from Renwick,?he,ri grandmother, tMr$ Anna Blumer, and gre&t aunt, Luella Blumei'. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Grein entertained their neighborhood MOST SUPER MARKETS ARE NICE YOU KNOW-BUT IF YOU LIKE PRICES REALLY LOW card club Sunday evening with thi^e tables in play."' High, 1 MV arid Mvs ; Robeft Will, low, Milton WTih6lhl' r 4iha^Mrs-Jdhn rt ,Pergan'(ie;« Bid Nine, Gordon Gregory and travel, Mrs Don Miller, , Mr-.and Mrs WUlperk Kubly.W, MadftJMf Minn."" cabled '.'-in' th^e no,m6s,*f his', brother. - and, sister, Mr and 'Mrs -Henry Kubly, Mrs Su|a' Frantz!" k dnd- her^ sjster, I^fts Anna-BltJirn^r, Saturday^ < , •, JClu^ts/ ( 'SUn,day>'in th0.;Charles •Hfmselman -JrrihOme in HonQi* oi ,th,fj ien|l> birthday .of theip son, De'niiis.^were his -aunt and uncle, jihe" Raymond Johnson family of Algona.*'' « " • •"Mr -and Mrs Henry Kubly, Mr jjn'd Mrs Elme^Kufjly, Dale and Ke|th "of Amesj Mr and Mrs Edwin, -Rfarty,' -Janice Marty and Arhie'"Elbert" of Algona were Sunday guests in the .Judean Weltha home in Randall.' They went 'to celebrate the first birthday of Michael Gene Weltha. Mr" and Mrs Billy Hai'dcopI were hosts -Friday evening. to th^ir winter card club. Gu'esl fplayers were Mr and' Mrs "l^obevt Hardcopf. At three tables in " Mrs Mrs Mrs JUST RECEIVED ! A SHIPMENT OF NEW ANP play, high, Burtis" De Clifford. Hollies, low, Mr E\r»c Verne Daley, Bid- Nine, Holmes, , * Mr pnd Mrs, Sylvester, Braqp end'hoy^ 1 zmd. her father, Williaift Rath,'were Sunday'guests of Mrs Martha. Raj-H, mother of Willjttm Rath ort the occasion of her bir^i- day'at Lfihe R.ock. " "Just Fpr FUh'' 600 Card C]qb were-.guests' Thursday of frlrs Dpn .MUret-, Mrs Robert Will was a guest. At play, high, Mrs Earl Johns, 1 also Bid Nine bid; low, Mrs Dea'n" Bowman, and travel, Mrs Harold Meyer. • > /The winter neighborhood 500 card party met Wednesday evening at the'Curtis' Morgan home. At three tables- in play, high, William Rath and Mrs Sylvester Brace, low, Edwin Marty and Mrs Robert Sowers, travel, Mrs Albert Hefti. The J. J. club wore guests of Mrs Harold Nielson Sr. Thursday. Mrs. "Robert Nielson was a guest. Mrs Sylvester Brace, presented ,^e lesson. •' ," ",..,. '. ' Myron Speer To >nffi| v Myrpn'5'pew of .this area ftas accepted, ei pas^on, with atipn Commiss- rep? 1 "* for COLOR COMBINATIONS At ftTTRACTIVi PRi&5 i ft "" «i» WF% us wgf k at Pep s. Jfe WUl r. 8ft§F ps been, county, iv p«WI^ Mr-i no Sflfli were ji^e . I J , Em-f ft Mc0(urf $ and ill p{ wl>pm ire To ppl> SHQ\Y and Burtoo tes p$ the lp,c^i presbyt?ria.n iq h av P bpen invited \Q be IHQR l^oers ^t sessions ot »Wlonp* ,S QU ^ C ^ 9f Pf'.esby f L ¥ 0en ,5 MwUng at .C^ica.69, WFK|» I , 'Swallo from hPr throat , ed, o.s.txA.iMspecn-0 ORABEA ''$ MRTION ROASTS * TEJioeB JCTCV PORK STEAKS „ «. 'CHICKEH BACKS ***.99G FRfSHCKKP RIED CHICKEN 8 swirrs TDIB'OR COAIWB RING BOLOGNA BRAUNSCHWEIGER ,« uj'49"C LONGHORN CHEESES 490 1.45c »UBFO»B PURE LARD CANADIAN BACONS DUNGANESS CRABS FISH STICKS SEP.- WAXTEX *"*.',. v .23c COMET WLE mm y^^^^^^^yy^y^^i^'y^yv^V^x^ooc r^nfnffnwntww^^miTf CAMAY mmmmm^mf^m rff,r^,^ff^j^-ff.ff^r«(tfc^ftfiSifirif<f:f'ii. SBPTBW HIT TCHWST JOY LIQUID "*' 71s IVORY SOUP '• » '' ' '

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