The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 12, 1959 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 12, 1959
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2-Aloofta (to.) Uppor De» MoinM thuttday, March 1% 19 &9 Social Club Of Portland Twp, Met March 2 f fie four Cornfcr Social Club met Tuesday afternoon, Mirth 2, et the home of Mrs Victor Fitch. The meeting was tailed to order by Mrs Glert Larsen. Mrs Herbert Nelson acted as Secretary in the absence of Mrs Donald Ringsdorf. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting "will be Tuesday afternoon, April 17, at the home of Mrs Lewis Larsen. Mr and Mrs Herbert -Nelson, Mrs Tracy Stone and Ricky were ENTIRE STOCK WOMEN'S WINTER COATS NOW 10.00 ENTIRE STOCK GIRLS' WINTER J ACKETS NOW 4.00 GUARANTEED Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Donald Ringsdorf. Mr and Mrs Victor Fitch, Korene and Judy, Mr and Mrs Duane Metzger, Darwin . and Conley visited Sunday afternoon ftt the home of Mrs Gus Potthoff in Leflya-rd. Mf Potthoff is Uio father of Mrs Metager. .Mrs Earl. Zwtefel entered the Britt hospital, Sunday evening, it is believed, that she will be there most of the week. Mrs Tracy Stone and Barbara Ringsdorf shopped in Algorta Saturday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Roy Ringsdorf, Mr and Mrs Donald Ringtsdorf and Barbara, Mf and Mrs Tom Trenary and Mr and Mrs Harold Becker were Sunday evening sup per guests at the home of Mrs Lulu Ringsdorf in Burt. Mrs S. R. Parsons and Mrs Bob Harvey were among the Kossuth County women, that went to Des Moines Tuesday by chartered bus to visit the Legislature and other points of interest, including a Luncheon and Style Show at Younkers. Mr and Mrs Herbert Nelson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Mary Michaelsen, in Titonka. Mr and Mrs Johnny Spear and family were Sunday evening supper guests at the parental Robert Spear home. Mr and Mr& Herman Spear and Carol of Flint,. Mich, were also supper'guests in the Robert Spear home : after which all went to the Wert Asche home for an evening of visiting^ ' Mr and Mrs Johnny Spear attended the funeral of Henry Spear, in Titonka, Saturday afternoon. Dell Fitch of Lebanon t -Mo., old time Portland resident, will celebrate his 80th birthday. Wednesday, March 18. If any of his old friends would like to send him a card, the address is Linn Creek, Star Route. Mr and Mrs Joe Lobbach of Whittemore were Tuesday dinner guests at the C. L. Young home. Mrs Loebach is recuperating from a recent operation. Mr Clyde Moore, Margaret, Claudia and Junior and Emma Gatton left Saturday morning for Windom, Minn., where they j/isited Clyde's sister, Mrs Mae Diebler and family. They returned Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Victor" Fitch and girls visited at the Clyde""Moore home Sunday, evening, . "Something hard,, 'to, keep under' your hat, a big head.!' : BURNED E. & R. Guild Of Ledyard Views Rim Ledyatd — The E.and R. Guild met at the churchmen Thursday afte'rnoon with Mrs William Bauman, Mrs William Wiemer, Mrs John Brandt and Mrs Herman Brandt as hostesses. Mrs Soren Pedersen program. was in charge of the Farm Moves In Swea & Eagl Twps, Numerous Swea & Eagle — Several i have Bfeen sildfe .rec«Wt| Keith Belts of Gutlirie-Cente Decently, received third.degre byrns ; hands and "face. H was».assig.t}Jtig in changing 'a valv "off S*gW]8ipeline. - : The fire s^art ed from static electricity.'" 1 CLOTHES A $5,000 fire damaged-thfe' home of Mr and Mrs Evorn Halversen of Lake City recently. The blaze started in a basket of clothes in the second story of the..hpme. The fire was spread to other parts of the house when Mrs; Halyorsen attempted to, take: the"basket to the 'first floor to extinquish the fire. "' """"".' Y/gyl H1«J* i Devotion* Were led by Mrs Art Runksmeigr, Birthday hymns were sung far Mrs Art Runks- meier, Mrs Orville Brandt and Mrs Hernmn Brandt. Rev. Vrie- sen showed a film on "Right or Wrong" and an open discussion W&fe held following, A delicloul lunch was served by the host esses. Mr and Mrs N. A. Pingel were Elmore callers on Wednesday. This was the first time Mr Pingel had been able to be out for many weeks. Little Jeffrey Vriesen has been seriously ill the past week with the measles. Mr and Mrs William Wiemer ,ook Mrs Gertrude Wiemer, to Des Moirtes on Sunday where sh'e vill visit this week at the home f her brother and his wife, the ohn Tillmoneys. Methodist W.S.C.S . will meet t the church on Thursday afternoon «,with the Esther Circle as hostesses. Mrs Cecil Pingel and VIrs Zilphy - Hardt will have charge of the program. Mr and Mrs Vern Strommer and son of Klemme and Mr and Mrs Eldon Bonnicksen and Terry and Mr J. H. Welfare of Estherville were at .the Chris Gelhaua lome last Sunday helping Mr and Mrs Gelhaus celebrate their 36th wedding anniversary." Fred Munyer, L. A. Nitz and Ervin Klinksiek went to Dakota on Wednesday to buy cattle. Mrs Chester Johnson- entertained her circle of the* Shiloh Lutheran Church in Elmore on Wednesday afternoon. •' , Mrs Martha Sehroeder and Barbara went >to -Whittempre ;on Tuesday where they visited a the Wayne Ga'de'hdme. Mrs Ella Mcknight' left on Sunday to return to her home in St. Joseph, Missouri after .spend- ingiSeViral weeks at'the-'horrie *6f her niece and fahiily, the William: Wiemers. ', Patrick Sullivan, who was recently discharged from 'the Army, left Monday to attend Mankato State College., ;:„,.,, . Mrs Aeilt Troff and son Ar6o, went to St. Paul on Saturday to attend the funeral -of her mother's brother, William Davis. They were accompanied 'by Darrell Troff of BIueiEarth. Mrs Troff's three sons.^Wendell of 'St. Paul, Darrell of 'Blue Earth and Arno of Ledyard were pallbearers for their uncle. Mr and Mrs William Barnes ly, the Richard Blue Earth, Minn, moved day to 4he parental Joe r farm, formerly tenanted Brekkes. <• -* Mr and Mrs Maurice Carlsbil and family moved last week Monday to a ratm near Bancrofti The Carlsons were given ft farewell party recently when some neighbors came in for a social time and ttrdught lunch.: Mr and Mrs Russel McKeans moved from the Anthon GUefSet "Thom'pson, Fairmbnt. farm to a farm near foolliver. Mf and Mrs' Don Bahy and family who have lived in tenant house on her father's (Ivan JRas- have moved ' to Weds At Ames, Feb. St. Andrew's Lutheran eWcft it A was /tfte sfcefl-&f & Adding Feb. 2d when Roberta Stayer beegffig tht,MttCaf « 5 Gordon Be8ert»$*8* •» $Pn« ar ifa daughter of Mr .and Mrs ky L.-Btetfefi'ltttitaA, Ariz. 4ftf the bridegroom, the son of Mf and, Mrs Herman Soderbefg ( Bancroft. * Rev. William K. Benhow e£» ficiated. Milo Johnson, Buf t, Soloist and Sally organist. The bride was escorted to the altar By hi* uacle^ mussenl farm Chili, Wis. Mr and Mrs Emory Preston brought their small son Lyle Joseph home from Estherville hospital- last Week Wednesday The baby was born prematurely and has* been cared for at hos» pital several weeks. < pt Mr and • Mrs Emory Presto* entertained some relatives Tties day evening March 3rd' on their son Glen's first-birthday: ThosiS sreseht Were Mr and Mrs Jo> Vollmar of Bancroft, Mr and 'Mrs Earl Preston, the Howard Pres- tons and the Virgil Prestona. * Mrs Ellis Jongberg was given a surprise birthday party Sunday afternoon when -some relatives came in bringing a luncheon. At*; tending were Mr and Mrs'Ara&rt Jonberg, Mrs Walter C, Pete** son, Mr and Mrs Emil Larson,.Mf and Mrs Francis Torlne-and Lowell Larson family.,' Attending the couple were Mrs Cdnftie Wtibbena, towr Falls, who served as matron of honor and Wayne'-Shulze, Ames, best/jinan. tJshers were Gerald Sodtefrberg, Bancroft and Charles Spaid, Cedar Falls. Following the ceremony a re ception for 85 guests was held in the church parlors. , .,,. . The bride is a'graduate of ,tni Iowa Falls high school and is efti 'ployed as technician at the I6wa State College Sbil Testiftg'Lab6*a- tory, .-the bridegroom is 4 a graduate of the Hurt high school *md is a Agronomy at Iowa State, College. They .will live Ames. '• Attending the ceremony from his area were Mr .and Mrs Herman Soderberg, Mr, and Mrs Gerald Soderberg and - daughters, li'» Mr • and Mrs", ",-'Qlen and family 1 , {Ledyartli/Mr' and .Mrs,: Oliver Mathson 1 , .'Jyest iend,- and Mr and Mrs'-Balph' Marklay EJiane, and .David, WESLEY Mr and Mrs Virgil Kunkel and family of Bancroft spent March 1 in the parental Joe ( Hauptman home. ' ' Prairie Neighbor club meet ing has been pdstponed to March 31 in the Herman Studer home. The Tuesday club meets Mar 17 in the Dr. H. H. Haney home .with Mrs Tom Forburger 33 assistant hostess. The lesson on kitchen arrangements will be given by Francis Weber and Claif Thomas. DIED Dr. Pauline Leader who was a physician at the Clarinda Mental Health Institute for 35 years died recently at Lancaster, was 101 years old. She BREAK Charles Hunnington ^.. of 'Afton received a fracttfted collar bone recently when he fell from a tree. He was sawing off .limbs on a tree when one of the limbs split, one part knocking him to the ground, and daughter' Becky of Buffalo Center Visited' at the Aeilt Troff h6me on Sunday. Wesley Wizards •;' Wesley Wizards 4-H club me recently. Larry Funnemark ga a demonstration and Elaine and Norma Goetz gave a courtesy skit. Becky Girres gave a demon stration. * A talk was given- bj 'Carol Girres, Cheryl • Jones,' gav a'picture study. The meeting was held at the home of Mavi Nygaard with Linda Detmering a; co-hostess. , • CLASP ENVELOPES, ALL SIZES at Upper Des Moine SENECA NEWS _______ . ___ drtftich sf*&st H fist Weekertd at the home of theif ion family' in£AmeU;| Mf arid Mrs Harfy .Vahldrlck of. Wallingf ord , wer ef Mon<k; ' terftoc-tt callers at|'*' ,,ahd Henry Ld Mf flftd Mrs AlMd^ aaoihtets visited home;eohe latter brbthet,,3!i8 John Woodbecks at Fort Dodge, Sunday. . Enrotite home they called on the Dairlowe R6gerts pf Bode, f6rmerly W Ringsted. Mr and MrsJAoy Witham 01 Clear Lake visited Saturday and Sunday at the h6me.of the Msf' attim uiivtCLjj, «AV^*A*WW«.* v*****?*!* BV H 'W*w ^--ftfl^Willi^iBWiihto BUr't atfd W and MW Baum of Blue Earth. Mr am'iMfsr-fiaf and family of Swea City 'were Thursday evening callers at the Jack Reisd<5*fef:Mtn ''' J6hh' ft**«M^**A* f-~*~^ _<• hfWntf'i , Which they niilk and keei> records dn, •using 4 di<f ereiit; reed! ration^ m\ '<, devrofefiV, • WlyMlfr improve .gaftfeJ^lsing.ViiM^o^action. v *' v \ ** v -. <A ^tS.V-.H.' t~i*&. >. **£*? • j * >t 1* <• - (•' ,,l«tl>frMorTrrilh™ iifffflift.^ « , ' , i 1 ' ' f ? W '- i'l, ' ' F r , centiy underwent surgery on his : Aot& rwhile he was'attending a gift y show in Omaha- he wa| stricken with a severe nose bleed and surgery was -necesMry^to re*, lieve his condition!« '';; * •/,(• By Mrs Syl Wagner. ; Math Kirsch and Math ; 2;eimet have returned home from their 2% month vacation spent at Wascelo, Texas.' Mrs Edward 'Lampe returned to her home at Albert City on Friday 'evening' after 's'pendin, two weeks here with her daughter, Mr and 'Mrs Greg Origer and son Nicki. , St. Jde Trojans 4-H Club met on Monday evening wijh Ava and' Nicki Erpelding as hosts Al'vin ; Erpelding gave a talk and a movie was shown also on Tractor Safety. Group pictures were taken with three members absent. LuncK was served by Mrs 'Alvin Erpelding following t 'meeting.' WHISKERS 'Jim Wilcox lost his whiskers on one side of his face recently in an explosion of a service station in Evefly where he-is an attendant. ' Algona Boys 4-H Algona Boys 4-H club met with Lee Froelich. A talk, "Tractor Safety" was given by Allan Bode. 'Pussell Bode led the discussion, .. and 'Robert Johnson, ass't extension director, showed moving v pictures on tractor safety.' Thieves THEFT stole a ham and c-uart of niilk from the refrigerator of. Mrs Jean Gatch of Mt. Pleasant./Some money on a table was not taken. JUST RECEIVED ! A SHIPMENT OF NEW TIRES ^--' • , Tubeless or Conventional GUARANTEE Best *!m<fcal in toWi Quaranteed KW8 1, i «t baresiq'pnces! on a«pefwr«f8,.too, to put In ti Perfect for EASTER 'young ideas in shoes AND IN BEAUTIFUL COLOR COMBINATIONS AND AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES Upper Des Moines i :*'': * ). ' ,-\,'''.'' Co. OFFICE SUPPLY DEPT, Across From New Parking lot in Algona Top lettermen pick Hot Shot In maverick or black Advertised v SPORTS ILLUSTRATED •/ALL SIZES, W *.f£UVWIDTH9r'>A"EEE f i « AU AT THE NgW, LOWE* PRICES H . . ' ' ' ALGONA Phone CYpress 4-4371 A Man's Choice for EASTER the hanfr-fashionbd look in leather * ' . - ' \ " lower, lighter, no-slip fit ALL SIZES 'ALL' wlbfHS ' ; ' ALL AT THE NEW LOWER PRICES For the ItMfurjf lopk^in shoes combined with the smartly prac^cal to-Trim desij^lfKis' 'trim,, 'smooth fitting style with a bold^-stitched moccasin toe. Here's a shoe that uriraistak'enly says Roblee quality. Fashioned for the EASTER PARADE SOFT TOUCH .,.. softest patent ever— for your busy, busy life! For all your spring "doings," you'll like new Soft Touch. I Air Step's special way of feather- lightness, its softly cushioned sole— this is the way to herald the return 'of the perfectly plain pump. If activity is your kind of living, i£ Step is your kind of shoe. Hir.H.HER S?e this exciting 1 ' pump In LIFE t ALL SISES-, , • ALL WIDTHS «LOWERRICESI - IOW 1 A ^ lia Phone CYpress 44371 Iowa

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