The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on February 19, 1959 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, February 19, 1959
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.,**< -w- ,*BW +*L, itmt-wf- 4*- I ^M| )T . ^ ^jwjSj^V*' 1 '*^''!! W*^ Wed 58 Mr and Ufa Oliver. H. fcoupe W »W observe their iiffr-eigfith wedding anniversary fr&y, February 20, No particular actl* SVul ^fttfaw as both -are father frail and are residents at the Gobd Samaritan Nursing Home. Mr Rbflpe entered the home last Juhe and his wife came a few .weeks, ago. The couple fawned three miles northeast of Whitteiftore for a few years then moved to town where they have since .resided. They have four children, Eunice, Mrs Delbert Walker of Whittermore, Esther, Mrs, Clinton Cook, of Rodman. Florence, Mrs William Peterson of Masori City and Melvin Roupe of West Bend. There at* also nine grandchildren- "and one great- grandchild. Farewell Courtesy , Mrs Mejllyin Christehsen' .was given a surprise* party, Monday afternoon by Mrs Mary Devine, Mrs Don Duffy,* Mrs Louis Egel, Mi's Tony,. Elbert, Mrs* Gordon Kvihn, Mrs 'William Ludwig,' Mrs Richard McGinnis, Michael and Janelle,.Mts Paul James, and Mrs Al Scherer and Mary. Callers that day were Mr and Mrs Robert. Carney, Mrs Anna Hanson, Mrs Ira, Kohl and Mrs Harold Roth. Mrs Christensen' fell on a spot of ice one day last week and broke her ,right, ankle in two places.' " ' ' Congregational Circles The circles of the Congregational church will meet Thursday, Feb. 19, with the following hostesses: Ruth at. 1:15 p.m. with Mrs H. W. Miller; Naomi at 1:15 p.m. with Mrs Mabel Paxson; Rebecca at 1:15 p.m.' -with Mrs Raymond Reid; Martha'at' 8. p.m. with Mrs Lowell Smith; Mary, at 8 p.m. with ,Mrs Lloyd Bbhannon. Birthday, Dinner Mrs P. W. Hansen entertained at a dinner Sunday at her home in honor of the biVthday of her daughter, Mrs Arnold Danielsori • Guests were Mr and Mrs Arnold Danielson and family, Mr & Mrs Chester Fitch, Mr and Mrs Jack Weiland, Wesley, and Martin Zimmerman and -son, Terry, Whittemore. Bridge Club Met Mrs A Katherine. McMurray entertained 'her bridge club members last week Wednesday afternoon. High score prize was won by Mrs Elizabeth Post. Mrs Hazel „ Lusby won the cut prize. Episcopal Guild ySt. Thomas EpiscopsuVQuild will hold a meeting Thursday 1 February 19, at 2* p.m. in the church basement; Mrs Howarc Long will have charge of the program. 4th Birthday Mrs Don Hemmingsen is giving a party Friday for her daughter Connie in honor of her fourth birthday. Guests 'will be Martha Gilbert, Susan Heeren, Lori Herbst, Nancy Kolp, and Kay Skilling. Guest Night Court St. Cecelia, Algona, _ D of A, met Feb. 12, with Jrand Regent Violet Glaser pres- dihg. Twb new .members, Mrs Jdan.Merta and Mrs Wilma.Hau- pert, trahsferfed to the Court, The annual Guest Night will be Feb. 26 at the VFW Halt A pot uck supper at 6:30 will be owed by, entertainment, lav. cms haVe been sent te neighbor^ ng Courts. Preparations are going forward ;or the annual St. Patrick's Day; Smorgasbord, March 16. > -,. ( Mrs Fern Stftntoh gave a re* view of the book "The Tfapp Family" by Maria Trapp. She also played instrumental,, and vocal i-ecofdings •< by the' Tfapp J Family, The.eonimitte'e in^fotfgd Waa; Juanita Hanson, Lenote HiltZ", tfina Gisch, Genevieve Kle'itti Stella Mae Breen, Patricia Downs, and'- Evelyn Frankl. Taulettfe Bradley'was program chairlady.: Birthday Surprise ' , •' Mr and Mrs Duane Riley and David , entertained at a surprise birthday party Saturday evening for Mrs Riley T s father, Carl Goetsch. Others present were Mrs Gfoetsch, Mr and Mrs Don Behkendorf, Mrs Ernest Behkendbrf, of Bancroft, Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, Mr and .Mrs Alfred Smith, Becky-and Cindy,, Mr Arlie Goetsch, of LuVerne, Mrs Howard McCrady, of Livermore and Mr and Mrs William Funk. Mrs Sterling Hostess Mrs Frank Sterling entertained at a coffee last week Thursday morning. Those, in attendance were Mrs Clem Cavanaugh,- Mrs John Dreesman, Mrs William Finn, Mrs Ethel Gilles, Mrs Marry Ireland,! Mrs Ted Larson, Mrs' A. M. Lamkee, Mrs Duane Logue, Mrs Loyola O'Brien, and Mrs Raymond Ried. Mrs Don Asa arid Mrs John Thompson were unable to be v present. Academy Card Party , Women of the February circle of St. Cecelia church gave a card pai-ty Sunday evening at the academy. High and low score prizes were won by Frances Holtzbauer and-William Grimm, in Bridge, Leriore Thilges and Henry Holland in 500. At 10:30 o'clock cake and coffee was served. Etta- Woodcock, .daughter. of the late ,F. A. Woodcock, 121 South Heckart, Algona, was inducted into Phi Theta ' Kappa, scholastic honor fraternity at Mount St. Clare college, Clinton, recently. Miss Woodcock is a sophomore. V;F.W. Auxiliary ^ The V.F.W. auxiliary was held Feb. 11. The 24 pairs of scuffies turned in were sent to the Iowa City hospital also 5 doz. cookies. The V.A. hospital at Clinton'Will receive ,,£0 d£Z. cookies. Fotif Dpdge will be s host to the sixth Dist. meeting, March 1. y Mrs Helberg Hostess Mrs Esther Helberg. is entertaining the members of her birthday club Monday evening. The anniversary of •. • Mrs, • Raymond Cook will be observed. Mrs Kohl Hostess Mrs George Kohl entertained her card club •members-, a week ago Wednesday: 'This, week the club met with Mrs Elmer Kelley. Eight Specs Hostess Mrs John Duttbn entertained the "Eight Specks" card club Tuesday evening;" UDM Classifieds Pay Dividends Our Appointment as Authorized Dealer for HAPPY HOST PEAS No. 303 TALL CAN $ Flavorite Powdered or Brown SUGAR Gold Medal Flour 25 VANILLA or NEOPOLITAN, DAISY BRAND WISCONSIN ENGINES? As the newly authorized WISCONSIN Dealer for this locality, we can now supply your power requirements within a 3 to 36 hp. range, with engines that are second to none ».. Never have we offered a better value ... more for your money ... than we now Vive in WISCONSIN Heavy-Duty Air-Cooled Engines. Here are engines of service-proved dependability ... test-proven on machinery* wher«, ever Air-Cooled Engines in the 3 to 36 hp, range provide power I Look anywhere on . any front and you will find them .», in construction work, industrial .service, highway maintenance, railroad maintenance, and operating oil field, farm and marine equipment. These equipment builders demand, above all, easy-starting, steady, husky power regardless of the climate or season — and Wiseonsihs deliver itl There are no winter freeze-ups; no radiators to spring leaks or clog; no danger of overheating, even fft the hottest weather, And they start easily in any weather became every Wisconsin Engine hos a weather-waled outside magneto with an impu'se coupling, assuring a fast, hot spark, $99 us and let vs match 0 w/fcontta to yowr Job . . « « complete power range from 9 t9 36 ftp. to choose from,, Txptcal 4-eyd* llngla-cyllndtr mod 3 fo 8.3$ hp. Typical ilngl«-cyllnd«« model, « t* 9 hp. t .with dutch pii.mbly. 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