The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 19, 1959 · Page 10
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 19, 1959
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^I-V A V ^f-j, ;v-; "^ -> £ W - -T - t l • ""J5K-S.V f ' S-<i* . H-'-V ' • T- s jj, J? -I '-. •- •-"-'>• - i - <; v/-vV"'- ;<t: V V^ A ' : '^'v^^' MOW Sunbeam Bread HAS IOWA BUTTER Added to the Shortening (Ic.) SAFETY Should Be Your FIRST CONSIDERATION WHEN YOU PLAN YOUR SAVINGS PROGRAM! INSURED Ml Accounts at Home Federal i;re insured to $10,000.00 by (he Federal Savings and, Loan insurance Corp., an agency o fhe federal (government. Oliver Ewings Of Swea City Wed 50 Years Swfta City — Mr and Mra Oliver Ewing wore honored on their 50th wedding anniversary with open house at the Luther Hall Sunday afternoon, March 8, by their children, Mr and Mrs Vernon Ewing of DolHver; Mr and Mrs Melvin Fisher, San Diego, Calif, and Mr and Mrs Harold Peterson of Swea City. Mrs Peterson opened the program with a poem, a tribute to Mrs Ewing from her husband, A duel was sung by Cassandra Ewing and Judy Hurlburt accompanied by Pamela Fagerlund, Mrs Beulah Lee of Lone Rock gave a reading. "O Perfect Day" was sung by Mr and Mrs Cecil T,hore- son and Mr and Mrs A, B. Tweeten, accompanied by Mrs Leroy Pillman. Ofi behalf of the Church, Rudy Peterson presented .Ihe honored couple with a Bible. Rev. Leroy Pillman read scripture and gave a short talk. The )rogram closed with a prayer by Miss Agnes Olson.- A beautiful four-tiered white md gold cake adorned, the serv- ng table. Mrs John E, Anderson ut the cake with Mrs Wm. Northern of Thompson serving it. Mrs Phyllis Mulling of Britt poured ,he coffee. Mrs Kruse-of Britt presided at the guest book; Mrs Alvin Ewing, Mrs Vernon Ewing and Mrs George WaUenline had charge of the gifts. Those helping serve the lunch were Mesdames Cecil Thoreson, Milton Peterson, Morris Lien, Max O'Keefe, Orpha Briggs, Leonard Swanson, LeRey Busch, Warren DeWald, Rudy Peterson, Bill Owens, Reggie Peterson and Robert Jorgensen. Six Brothers At St. Are Parish Mass Server! , NOW BAYING •ty Veaf members, fakr^ noft* " They Wei-e ^tHfil g« K. HelsorLloM if Kelson, A. k INre nsen r Chartes dnd, ftntik fooley, Atet ._-.k*Wt, J6e Kennedy, Ch »lierttmei dftd Fred Shfedey ^The American Legion** Auxiliary will hold , a j Saturday night; ttj*. 21, at the Legion Half. ',•/' ancroft Folks re Hospitalized Several hospital patiente, At ty's Hospital^ Rochester Mtt Sittii AU «penl a ft* days last week at Riivgsttd with hef son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Pi-fed SrfeiMrt. ' callers iUghtet-iH Rengeh Underwent major sill-gory last week. M *trs Arthur Gochs -was- • at hcster this week for medical treatment. , Arthur Weber, wh6 was taken to Rochester two weeks ago after spending several days at Holy Family Hospital has again ehtei> Holy Family after L returning wpek. : J6nn> Kemna Sr. returned tb the Veterans Hospital at Des •fMoines, Wednesday, for medical ,£ treatment. MryKpmna MS beeri the' hospital off and- dn^'sinfee ' had a* i«r sa*T- and •^hdMrsRoy , JLJ^j-J" 1 / ' „ end. (Shatlte Htmsdh has be*n a «sttf>le eel <wi&to<to4aat daughter, Mrs Myrtle, Broadhufirt oi Chesteiv Mdnt., who cotfclud* ed the visit Saturday, < ' . M* and Mts Dennis Orton, Mr Clltfck Ortbn andrStfebste* Orton 'ctfdv^ to GraewifgerV Sunday, attd visited tyr^aftd^Urs Joe Gabrielson. Mr Gabrielsott is'ah orchardist arid' was an acquaintances! the late Mr, Ort6n Who operated the Orton fruit fa¥rri south of town. The son Webster Orton is continuing the business. the parents « a 7 , Jtilfe, MaffcH i grandparents are Mf and Mrs ClifforA;,Molines f - t^Verfte, mateMkl gra«dpaffents affe Mf artd Mrs Magnus Rahitt Gtuiiu was ' ly visited -by hef -.- --,- and sister,' Mr and Mrs Joe Abbas and daughter Judy, > her brother Albert Tirrtmer, Jr., Mrjmd Mrs, ttarVey l^ebraftd'and s'6ri Kgnny, of Titahka and niece and husband, Mr and Mrs Jerty-SuttkiO Plows Stark the stark M delivering .babies to: iwo" 1 , fattllies^ihete f% <Jftfcl ly. , and' Mrt ' , day afternoon at St. Ann hospital, Algona, atfd Mr ,and Mrs Merle Giesking became parents of a b6y late the hight 1 before fit Bf itt. In each case, plows were needed ' , to open 'the way to the hospital. t i • V L ' . • n ( , ',-'"• Si. Joe — Hev. Leo C. Schumacher, pastor of St. Joseph's Parish, is pictured here with six Erpeldlng brothers who are Mass 1 servers, They are the sons of Mr and' Mrs Francis -Erpeldjng- and with their older sister, Carol Ann, seniorV attend Sfc Josepivs, -Schpol here, There are also two younger sisters, Janice and Sandra not 'of ' School age. * , In the picture, top row, left td right, are James. ( (10th grade), father Schumacher, and Raymond' (6th* » grade) : .sesorid-rowj-. 'from Girl Scouts Elect The Girl Scout Troop'No. 4 met Wednesday ^fter school -at the home of. their leader, Mrs Frank Smouse with Susan Browning serving refreshments. Election of officers was held for the coming six months, President, Arlyss Looft; secretary, Nane-y .Peterson; treasurer, .Molly Hazelhoff, Mra Smouse was reelected a§ their leader and, Mrs V. E. Hazelhoff will be assistant* Mr and Mrs Eldon Heidecker are the proud parents of a daugh- r, Rhonda Kay, born March 8th the Buffalo < Center hospital: " , .r,, , Per Annum Compounded • Semi-Annudlly HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N Since 1?17 , ALGONA, IOWA little miss Who "weighed 1 7 •! Carmen '' maternal two very and Ver- ents are Mr and, Mrs Fred Wm}de- man . and the paternal' grand mother is Mrs Anna Heidecker, all of Lakota. Mr and Mrs Harold Krantz, Marlu and Roger were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs John Faulk of Algona. They . also visited with Mr and Mrs Alfred Larson and with Harold's grandmother, Mrs Weiland. Mr and Mrs Ed Stewart' arid boys visited in Hurt Sunday with Mrs Stewart's parents, Mr and Mrs Ross Elvidge. ' - Sunday dinner guests, at the home of Mr and Mrs Eddie Godfredson in honor of the third , » .-j-. eft, Robert (9th grade), Kenneth (5th grade} and Ricnard <9th grade); irst row, Donald (in first gra<JeX whO'.is^n.oUa'ri adti^e-MasS server )ut is learning the prayers from his older brothers, ' and' Waiting, for the ( day to take his place with his brothers. (UDM engraving)/ jirlhday of their daughter Sandra Rose were Mr and 'Mrs Ben Wibben, Kathy and Joy of Algona, Mr and Mrs Nels Godfredson and Mr and Mrs Cecil Godfredson, Mr ahd Mrs George Mogenson, Mike and Mrs Irene Price, ,Colletta and Lawrence Kockler all ofl Bancroft were Sunday nite supper guests of Mr and Mrs,Jake 1 Kockler. Mr and Mrs Clarence Gardner went to Rochester where Mrs Gardner entered the hospital for examination and surgery. She submitted to surgery on Saturday and is recovering satisfactorily, • '» „ Sunday evening supper guests of Mr and Mrs Sylvester Kockler^. were Mr and Mrs Vincent Enge| V ^ j by' and family bf Elmore, Mihn** Rev. and Mrs L.; A. Prue.1 ,of Algona were'Monday nite supper guests of • Rev. and Mrs S. H. Hammer. Mr and Mrs Walter Genrich called at the home of Mr and Mrs Clayton Angle Wednesday evening. Mr Angle is slowly improving, Janice' is back in school with the use of crutches. Another business place opened in Swea City -Monday when LaVere and Betty Whipple of Iowa Falls, opened the Kitchen Cafe, formerly the O'Keefe's Hamburger Shop. The Whipples have two children, ages 2 years and,,ll rnonths. , ^ i/ At -thfe'^American Legion meeting Monday ;riite, March """' " V 1 .-i*'' '•';'• if. ' ' i. Plen Trip To Europe JMr and,Mrs,Leon Fox, _„,_ Sarth, £pent Sunday at the Lau'" fence ('Bergman home. Mr f6x formerly of Bancroft, is a couslh bf Mrs Bergman. And' he and Mr tTox are 'planning to leave sbOn for an extended visit in Holland, Mr Fox spent six^- years 4h.' Germany 1 and France during World War I.,' He and Mrs Fox were married iln Germany 'and came here 40 years ago and this will be her first visit with her sister and three -brothers whom she has not seen since- that time. L I J."' . •' . . t ' \ ; • • ]l Mr { and Mrs Raymond Menke are parents of a daughter borri recently Jat-St. Ann hospital, Alj- gona. The Menkes, now have a family of three daughters. Mr,ahd Mrs Henry Strunc*are parents of a daughter born at Holy Faipily Hospital, Esthefv'lle. The baby who hasn't been too' strong-since birth was placed in an incumbator. ,. „ Mr and Mrs -Richard Menke took Alice Menke and Donna Bergman back to Sioux City Sundby after. they spent the weekend at,their home here. Betty Lensing' was also h6me for (the weekend. < ' t '' Mr and Mrs Kenneth Fisher;are parents of their first s'on born at Holy Family Hospital. • While,i some men battle th'eir ray'',;to> the top, others -bottle " eir,j^ay-to the bottom.,- SPEAKING: -' YOUR "LIGHT BILL" PAYS FOR MORE...FOR LESS While your 'light Bill" is down, the service •' it covers is upl For the lowest rates in electrical history, this magic servant sweeps your floors, runs your radio, heats your water, **" * K i cook? your food, washes your clothes and * * »• , , , ' Jights ypyr home better thqn ever before. Electric service (not just a "light bill") is truly valiie of this modern age. or/ous TOME ADVANCED , ., Aj|ii|a; Municipal Utilities fii value-priced aunch Sprin'g a color coup! Come pluck the green, red,. nayycalf, patent flattery. try lustre pastels, new vivid kid 'n * patentees, meshes, ...a high T n little heel ;style $ i panorama U{ I-' 3S> X": •-< £ '&!£# ,*•" „ i . EJ.^. 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