The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on March 26, 1959 · Page 8
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 8

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, March 26, 1959
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r^ - HR' I^AIgofid Oa.) Upper tte* Molne* Thofwfdy, March 16,1959 Confirm 10 At Zion Lutheran In LuVerne — The ten young confirmed Sunday in the Palm Day services at the Zion Evangelical Lutheran church were honored with dinner for their families and sponsors. In the Wilbur Baas home in honor of their son Ddmar, guests \vere Mr and Mrs Albert Baas and Victoria of Algona; Mr and Mrs Verle Bass and Merry of Wallingford, Mr and Mrs Herbert Leek and boys of Toledo. In the Robert G. H. Blumer home in honor of their son Timothy, guests were his grandmothers, Mrs Robert Blumer, Sr., of Livermore and Mrs John Gif* ford of Burt. Uncles and aunts, Mr and,Mrs Donald Collins family, Livermore; Mr and Mr,s De- Laine Blumer family of Bradgate; Mr and Mrs Richard Wilcox family of Eagle Grove; Mr a,nd Mrs James Blumer, Mr and Mrs Norland Blumer families of Clear Lake; Gordon Gifford and Mrs Lucile Behrends of Burti Mr and Mrs George Grintsehl of Algona and Mrs Eileen Ernst, Gary,-Paul and Harriet, LuVerne, fa the Arnold, fcin* hattfe sn honor of their sort ElmeVfuests were his grandparents, Mr and Mrs Mike Hinz of LuVerne; Mrs Ida Naefke of Churdan and his aunt and uiwle, Mr and Mrs Ernest Naefke of Somers. In the Earle Hanselmnn home in honor of their son George, guests were his grandmothers, Mrs Anna Hanselman of Lu- Verne. Mrs Bertha Frost, uncles. Bernle and Jule of Frost, Minn.; Mr and Mrs Raymond Nelson family of Rake; Mr and Mrs J. R. Carlson family of Sioux City; Mr and Mrs Harley Christenseh arid grandsons, Mike and Grant Swan of Estherville; Mr and Mrs LeRoy Hanselman, LuVerne. Sponsors were LeRoy Hanselman and Mrs J. R. Carlson. In the Melyin Kubly home in honor 6f their son John, guests Were his maternal grandparents, Mf and Mrs Frank Johnson of Livermore, Mr and Mrs Peter Ruberg of Fort Dodge, Mr and Mrs Lester Smith, Wayne and Sharon of LuVerne and friends, Mr and Mrs Harold Klasse family of Renwick. -In the rooms of the Zion Evan* gelical Lutheran church in honor of Bill Janssen, son of Mr and Mrs Earl Janssen guests were: the Earl Janssen family who moved to Indianola; his paternal grandmother, his sponsor, Mrs William Janssen of Entmetsburg; close friends, the Gordon Gregory family, Mr and Mrs Henry Pergande, Mr and Mrs! warold Nielson, gr. In the Lawrence Oberhelman horne in honor of their soft Bale, guests were: Mr and Mrs Roland Lenz family of LuVernej Mr and Mrs Harold Reddel family of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Carl Lien and Linda of Swea City, Mr and Mffc Floyd Kuehnast family of Lanesboro, Minn. Afternoon visi* tors were Larry Lien of Cedar Hapids; Miss Jean Ann .Spangler of Corwith; Mrs Esther Ham* burger and Jim Riley of Livermore, Mr and Arlon Benz and daughter of Humboldt Sponsors for Dale were Harold Reddel and Mrs Roland Lenz. In the Allen Darby home in honor of their daughter Mary Lee guests were her grandmother, Mrs Dora Ramus, LuVerne, her sister, Mr and Mrs Dick St. John of Algona, Mrs Lewis Wilden, Owatonna, Minn. ( Mr and Mrs Fred Hinz, Livermore, the Rev. and Mrs Louis Wittenburg, Mr and Mrs Fred Will, Sheri Kamus and Sally Hardcopf. In the Mrs L. 0. Hesse home in hqrior of her granddaughtef, Carol Hesse, guests were her parents, Dr. and Mrs Norman Hesse, Norman Jn and Sharon of Renwick* In the Joseph Norcross home in honor- of .their daughter, Marlene were her aunt, Mr and Mrs Lyle Baker of Iowa Falls, Merle Harig and Mayor Henry Loer- warn of LuVerne. * Mr and Mrs Dan Nybakken and family of Mountain Lake, Minn, were Sunday, guests In the home of. his aunt,, Mr and Mrs Guy Biddings. Sirs George A. _ were their daughter, the Kygaard family, &f Wei their *o«, the yerwdfi 1 family of IrviftgtofL Mr and Mrs Fred Qoets®i Darlene visited Sunday i With his, sister, -Mrs . Behnkendorf at Bancroft. . leameid that Mr Beh'nk&i'dert returned Thursday by to the University hospital &t Iowa City. . ,< Mr find Mrs Guy Andre, Mi^hX ele and Kathy * of Fort l)odg& were Saturday and Sunday Vlsl» tors with Verlaihe Johnson. '/; Weekend guests in the parental Cecil Baker home were their sflft; and daughter-in-law, Mr and.MrsI; Don Baker of Storm Lake, .they; were enroute to a spring 'basief ball training school for a week itt Arkansas. Dr. fond Mrs J. E. Shultz Pella visited Saturday and S day with his mother, Mrs Marj» Shultz. Saturday evening visitors with Mr and Mrs Cecil Baker.and fam-7 ily were her parents, Mr and Mrs 1 Robert Umsted of Fort Dodge, 'Licenses To Wed ^ County Clerk Alma Pearson^ issued two Wedding licenses at her office during'the week. They? went to the following couples: "" Mar. 19 - 1 - James Sansom and Janet Ackerman, Lincoln, Neb.> Mar. 20 — Reuben Luthi,>Mor,- ,ris, Minn,, and Chrystal Schmidt,.Ottosen. : ''~~ ri at HONOR-BOUND for GRADUATION He'll look his best on this important day in .9 hand- f somely-tailored outfit from our wide selection. Choose complete wardrobe needs for spring into-summer wear, for any occasion, in our newly, remodeled *— . •<? / store. Whether it's college or career ahedd> here's the outfn't for graduation day — and after. i/v « * We're showing the popular Two-Timer Su;t, with contrasting slacks, as illustrated — in Charcoal, Cambridge Grey, and. Silyer Grey. . 1 Trouser Suits - 39.50 r -: '<r> 2 Trouser Suits - 49.50 Many other styles of suits in a handsome selection. From v- $49.50 to $85.00 When thinking of Gifts for the Graduate, Trtink of lender's. tr-iil KTfe- f * t~i l VJ u- a. ->vv, -a <••** «•&#•' !?*!•>'{ I r• <i- 4 <h•• '"*^'^«f*^t ^ ' ' \ ti&ApfXdfSSi&A- 5. tl ', A.J W'- .Iv I Ffvft/ * [•** -.-•THIS,.. _ _ ii; ^ _ it A _... i ... f : or Quality Meats At Low, Low HARTMAN'S HICKORY SMOKED U f , • Perfect Easter Size - 10 To 12 Lbs. LAMB - ALL CUTS DEFATTED HAMS [DECKER'S READY TO EAT CANNED PICNICS • HORMEL'S • MORELL'S • ARMOUR'S •i RATH 1.89 HORMEL'S FT. DODGE SLICED BACON Lb.49c Ho rm el's ALL MEAT FRANKS Lb. 49c Swift's Fresh Dressed BUTTER BALL TURKEYS Lb. 49i HORMEL'S ALI: MEAT MINCED , , •. 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