The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 11
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1959
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Mr Collins o weekend at the and Mrs Merwih ttdckr«* A suYpi-ise birth- •ty was -heW at the W. O. home. Stinday; in honot bl „„„ —-eyfit's ' birthday. Guests •w&Hs'Mr and. M*s .Erich Seege* bafjthvMr aft4jMfs J (Charles Gel? ienMd/'AlgdnayMr 1 and Mis Law- tettfe.6 ZwieJel, ''Swea City,- Mr arid Mrls/Gfeft Sabin,,'Judy and Jfctte, Whitfefribre, Mr .and Mrs Hafbld Luedtke and family. Le- Hoy; Minn., Mr and Mrs Victoi t)r£ and Vicky and Mr and •MrS Lewis • Seegebarth and family^ ' •• Mr and Mrs Bud Klepper and Toftirriy •were guests Sunday at the Floyd McCain home at Enttnetsburg. Surtfise Easter services wefe held at the Presbyterian church at : 6!30 a.m. Craig Blanchard, Ge'Jie Dbckwopd.S DJivlcU Weber, Ddflna ,Knoil,i. Jeiry* Netybrottgh',, Siis'an Montgomery, iMarJlyn Bol- littger, Jamey Jensen, Kearn Marlow and Kermit Krueger appeared on the program. Mesdamesi Lawrehce Newbrough, Clair Bollinger,, 5 Roy Jensen, Alf Krueger, E. ''A. 'Lee, Fred SchUHz, Don Blanchard, Allwin Lpckwood and Merwin Maflow prepared the breakfast. tf& ka mote- fwMhe of Marlow. « Staff Sgt, and Mrs Gordon Wegner and family oi Sioux City wfere guests at the waiter ThorftfH sofi home Saturday night. Mr and Mrs Russel Rentz and family of Algottn •v'frere Sunday callers at the Dale Wagner home. Sunday guests at the home ot Mrs Emma Hurlburt were MB and Mrs Dale Schroeder and family, Mr and Mrs Laurence Rath and John, Mrs Martha Rath and Mr and Mrs Junior Hurlburt and Randy. Guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Art Priebe over the weekend Were Mr arid Mrs Robert Chestnutwood and sons of Winterset and David Rave, student a Grinnell college, and Donald Rave, a student at Brookings South Dakota. Mr and Mrs Donald, Radig and family were Sunday guests at the home df Mrs Emma Radig at, Fenton. Mr and Mrs pale-Schroedef and family, Mr and Mrs Henry Soh- roeder, Mr and. Mrs Luverne Schroedef.and family were, guests Sunday night at t the home of. Mrs Kate Schrbfed^r at |ent0n. '. jMr and Mrs Roger Palmer and family of Algona spent 'Sunday at the -home of Mr and Mrs Ralph Bier&tedt. 'Mr and Mrs Jim O'Hara and family, Burnside, - 111., were Sunday .callers at the Ralph Hammerstrom home. • 'Mr and Mrs Walter -Thompson Better Chicks with... visited lit the hotne of Mr and Mft St M, < Of&icsk at Ehwwe, Minn, stti«4*y friiht Mr: and Mrs Ww. Knoll enter- .a'lncd Wm..Knoll Sr. Svmday. Mm Al&e Ditaworth and Mr aftd Mrs A. L. ^§ckman, Algona, were afternoon callers. M«ry Ahtt Dittmer, student nt the St. "Mary's hospital at Roth- ester, Minn, spent the weekend at her parents home. Mr and Mrs Wm. MarTow and family, Mr and Mrs Merwin Marlow and family, iMr nnd Mrs Harlan Marlow and family, Mrs Kfcthryn Collins of Livcrtnore and Charotte Volk of Whittemore were Stinday afternoon Callers at the home of Mr and Mrs Hugh Marlow to help Mr Marlow celebrate his birthday. Mrs Vic Whalen of Dolliver nnd Mrs Ednk Stow xvere also guests. Mr and Mrs Luverne Schradcr and family of Moville spent the weekend at the parental Henry Schfoeder homo. Mr and Mrs John Munch and family of Fenton were Sunday, guest? at the Milton .Madison home, ! John Cotton and Jerry Jensen, students at Iowa State College at Ames,spent the weekend at the homes of their parents. Mr and Mrs James Thul and Michael of Boone spqnt the week' end at the Jack Quinn home. Mr and^ Mrs Quinn received a telephone calj Monday morning from their son Willard, who lives at Castro Valley, Cal. telling of the birth of a new daughter. lla Bilsborough of Algona spent the weekend at the M. O. Richards home. Mr and Mrs Ed Walsh and family of Perry were Saturday, uests at the Milton Marlow ibme.' Sunday guests were Mrs Mary Schiltz of Bancroft and Mrs Anna Marlow and Harvey of Burt and Sernie Kramer of Mts Milford Mitchell cntci-W\- ed the-Ha|^>? Howte Makers Olub at her home Wednesday aftfer- noon. Mr and Mrs jerry and family of Ankeny, Mf Mtt Ptite Newbrough and family, Mr and Mrs Gene Blanchard and family, Mr and Mrs Gtjrd6n Hw- chinson were Sunday guests et the homo of Mr and Mrs Ben Schmidt. Mr and Mrs Hehry Scheppmann were afternoon; «»11 ers. , • ' M* nnd Mrs ^ Delmar . Anfu* and Joyce" of Burt and Mr,i George Long were Sunday call ers at the home of Mrs Ruth Krueger, . 4 Guests at the Doll Marlow ana Mr and Mrs Bob Marlow homo Sunday were Mr nnd Mrs James Marlow and fnmily, Mr nnd Mrs Dick Dnllman and fnmily of Al* gona, Mr and Mvs Rfcy Ohrtmaii and fnmily and Fred Ohrtmnm of Ringsted. Sunday guests at .the home of Wendell Steven spent his lor vacation "at home from Iowa City where 1 ne is goitiR to Bthtaot, Mr Will Chvistonson spent tho weekend at Belgrade, Minn: where he visited his sori and fanvlly. . Easier guests at the E. A. Leo, home were Mrs Pauline MeGUire, Algona, and Mr nnd Mrs Alt KnieKCT nnd Mr and Mrs Frit/. NewbrouRh and family were guests nt the Lawrence Newbrough home Sunday. Mr nnd Mrs Edward Giatv were callers Inter, afternoon visitor. EnSlfei- SundaV dtnhtfr gucatft at the Cf.Trehrf Osbont hf>me irt- cluded Mr and Mrs Roger Qaborn arid Debbie of Spirit. Lake, Mr and Mrs Arnold KueeketVimd Barbara of Buffalo Cents* flrtd Mr and Mrs Russell Kftuffmftft ftnd family, Mf* nnd Mrs Wm. Brown Of ArttlstronR were hftet• noon callers. Mr nnd Mrs Clarento Osborn drove to Woodward last TUCK day and brongin Uieir son Da vie home with thorn for an Hasten vacation. • Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Mrs Liliie Thompson and _ "Thompson were Mr nnd Mrs Walter Thompson, Howard and Charles,' Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson and Lavonne, Mr and Mrs willnrd Thompson and family, Mr and Mrs Warren Thompson and fnmily of Swea City* Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs James Elsbeckcr and family of Bancroft. .'Mr and Mrs J. J. McGuirc and Mary and Joe of Burt wore Saturday callers at the James Marlow homo. Darwyn McClfcish, five-year old son of Mr and Mrs Glen Me- Chish, is seriously ill nt St. Ann ho?pital, Ajgona. "Dnrwyn is suffering from a relapse after the measles. He is in kindergarten at the public si-hool. Tom Garry Jr., Fort Dodge, and Micky Dolan, Fort Dodge, spent the weekend with theiV t here. Mary Kay Dolan, Mpls., CHBCK STARTER Contains everything baby chicks need .. o p[6s...TRITHfADOt to control coccidiosis $4.35 per 100 Ibs. FENTON, IOWA THOMAS FUNERAL CHAPEL Fenton, Iowa Experienced Embalmers and i Funeral Directors • Ambulance Service Reliable 24 Hour Funerals May Be Referred *To Us With Confidence Phone ! FENTON' 23 RINGSTED 21001 21006 20216 <J tf <", . —< Wash Dishes at the -FUCKof a Switch DISHES WASHED UKE MAGIC ,». doesn't that sound good to you! No more hou*s ove? the dishes,,, when you turn this tedious, time-wasting job ovey to Beddy, Kilowatt, The biggest pile of dishes ta a "snap" to Eeddy. i And' clean! Every owner of a Dishwaahef will tell you it beats hand-washing every time IQ? sparkling clean dishes. Saves wear ! and tear on dishes, too, Try ityaweelf, Qace Reddy your disJies, you'll wpnde? how you evwgot alpng with- an electric.dishwasher! / • "•' ' ' in the Intern! of wiiv^iti^»« Mr and Mrs Marvin Rath and, family of Ida Grove were Salur-, day guests,, at the home of Mrs Emma Hurlburt. ; W. C. Heiter .was a guest Sun* dav at Ihe Clair Bellinger home* Mrs Martin Peterson of'Arm* strong and Margaret Fisher, "student at Iowa Stale Teachers College, spent the weekend 'at the Delmar Fisher home. Mr 'and Mrs Gerald Angus entertained with a birthday Supper Monday in honor of their daughter Judy's 6th birthday. Guests were Mr and Mrs Claude White- 'hill and Mr and . Mrs Harold Antrus of Mrs Harvey Larson came home from Mason City Wednesday morning where she has been n patient. Mr and Mrs BVaine Drown and family of Curlew were Saturday, guests at the Lawrenee Dittrner I home. . ,' Mrs Mary Genrich, Mrs Lloyd Schenck and her brother. Elmer Hanson of Burt, were Sunday guests at the Everett Hanna home. Marjorie Houck and her guest, Gil Jones, returned to Lincoln, Neb. Monday after spending the weekend with Marjorie's parents. Mr and Mrs Don Houck. Mr and Mrs Alfred Schultz and Todd of pttqsen-, were. Monday visit6rs 'at the home of Mrs Maude Blanchard. Mr and Mrs Frank Flaig, Mind Mrs Dean JergenSbn and amily of Algona were Sunday uests at the home of Mr and Mrs Roger Jensen. Mr and Mrs Maurice Weisbrpd nd family were Sunday guest.- t the Dale Wegner home. Mr and Mrs Andrew Thompson pent Easter Sunday at the homo of Mrs G. H. Doty at Mason City Mr and Mrs Fred Schmidt wen: o Fairmont Sunday to visit Robert Schmidt Sr. Mrs Danford Schmidt and Skip, Mr and Mrs Charles Hall- jauer of Sioux City, Mr and Mrs Clarence Zumach were Sunday guests at the Art Zumachs.' Mr and Mrs Jerry Toller of Sioux City are proud parents ol a baby girl born March 6. She weighed 5 ¥2 Ibs. and has been named /Amy Francene. The grandparents' are Mr and Mrs Eldin Marlow. The U.P.W. will meet thi; Thursday at the. Presbyterian Church parlors at 2:30 p.m. Devo lions by Mrs Maurice Weisbrod lesson by Mrs Mcrwyn Hurlburt Hostesses are Mesdames Art. Priebe. Ruth Krueger, E. A. Lee, A. D. Newbrough, C. E. Nordme and Delmar Fisher. Mr and Mrs Dave Weber and- family visited at the Joe Miller home north of Algona Sunday afternoon. The two Miller girls celebrated their birthdays, Jean- ettc was 10 and Mary was 8. Mr and Mrs LoR-oy Schradci Mr and Mrs Lanny Farmer and Tommy Saxlon spent the week' end at the home of Mrs Florence Schrader, - here. Mary Kay Dolan, M '* I also spent the weekend here. College students home for Ihe weekend were Mr and Mrs Phil Garry, Richard Goehe, Ton -Clark, Iowa City; Joan Fox, Till' McGulre, Mary Ann '& Margarei Nurro, St. Paul and Minneapolis David Wclp, St. John's; Riti Anloine, DCS Moines; Don Grand gcnell and Jim McCarthy, Min ncapolis; Darrell Grandgenett Spirit Lake; Mr and Mrs Tom and family, James An- Thunday, April % 19$? Atg<m* 0«,) <lp^ ^ g^fj Titonka News Mrs H. E. Russell and son iTni >ld visited over tin- Easter week •nd with their daughter, sislei and family, UK,- Neal Bnykops. Waster Sundny Mr nnd Mrs Ed- .Viii'd Boyken, Mr nnd Mrs Arthur Boyken 'and Mrs Martha Boyken were also guests. Bobby. Ricklefs of Estherville was a weekend guest nt the home of h'is grandparents, Mr nnd Mrs Hfiymond Rtcklofsj Mr and Mrs Ernest Pet cram and Mr and Mrs Lowell Bcntley nnd Lois were guests Sunday at iho Buffalo'Center hall in honor nf Carol Ann Koppen, daughter of Mr and Mrs Wayne Koppen, who was confirmed on Palm Sunday. Wnrrcrt • Truesdall, Hayfleld, Minn, was a weekend guest at the home of hi? parents, Supt. and Mrs W. P, Trueadcll. Mr and -Mrs Vern Rafdal nnd family attended thf weddlftg ot Mrs Rafdnl's brother, Lloyd Gray, son of Mrs Arnold Gray, and Kathleon Befols of Buffalo Centor. daughter of Mr and Mrs Wm. Betels ot. the Little Brown church nt Nashua, Mar. 28 at 2 p.m. Lloyd Orny, brother of thi bridegroom and Mrs Meint (Dorothy) llursman of Corwith, sister of the bridegroom, were attend nuts, Mrs Edna ttidiitor spent Satur- dny nnd Sunday at the homfi o Mr and Mrs Klvin Moore of f--u Vorno. Mr (ind Mrs J, L. Intentiill en tcrtainod Mr tmel Mrs Henry Van Hove and fnmily Easter" Sunday Wrn. Boyken; Jr., Ames, Ed want, Arthur nnd Ncol Boyke .Ind Raymond Krantz of Titonk iittendrtl the Kossulh Count. Bankers Association banquet hole lit the Bancroft Legion Hnl Wednesday evening. A Memoria if Recognition was given in lonor of Wm. Boyken, Sr, loine, J'tm Clark, Ames; 'Jean Hahe, Belly Lensing, Donnn Bergman. St. Joe's School ui Nursing, Sioux City. Mr and Mrs Arthur Goche are both paliL-nts at St. Mary's Hos- pilal, ...Rochester, Where Mrs Goehe is undergoing -surgery. Mr Gorho is there for medical treat- •neut. Harold Lamps is n palii'iil. at ihe Veterans Hospital where he went for a cheek up and to have! the cast removed from his left Mrs Ross Inman received word Sundtiy of the occidental death nf her aunt at St. Joe, killed when hit by a car Saturday night, SENECANEWS Mr and Mrs Bruce Hill and family of Decorah spent the Easter weekend at the Olaf Oftedahl home. Sunday visitors in- ducle^ Mr and Mrs Donald Dokken and son of Spencer and Lor- Ip raine Ofledahl of Estherville and s" Jerry Jacobs of Armstrong. Ja'nct Geilenfeld of Estherville and Jim Berninghauf.spent'Eas- ter with James peil.enfeld. Mr--' find '- MrS.VMatuS^e •?••« and family of Cedar Fnlls%pent Easter with the former's mother, vlrs Carrie Jensen. Rev. and Mrs Harlan Blockhus ire the parents of a daughter born Wednesday, Mar. 25 at the -loly Family Hospital at Estherville. They now have three daughters. Sunday dinner guests ai the- __ == Martin Wilbn-g home included |g Mr and Mrs Marvin Wilberg and family of Estherville, Mr and Mrs Donald Wilberg and Dennis of'Fairmont. . Lloyd WUberg of .Minneapolis and Robert Wilberg " of Lone Rock. The group honored their = parents, the Martin Wilbergs, on g their Sfith wedding anniversary. &_ Dick Looft of Des Moines spent p Friday night with his parents, the Henry Loofts. He left Saturday afternoon fur Chicago where he will spend five weeks at an IBM Educational Center. College students who spent. Easter vacation with their parents included Sandra Gabel. Margaret Fischer, Sharon Dorscy, Nadint' Duer, Hose Ann Thompson, Lyman Hurlburt. Kathi-yn Johannescn, Raymond Wilberg, David Loofl, Roger Nielsen, Don Nielsen and Bob Crouch. Dr. and Mrs Donald Baldwin of Minneapolis were Easier Sun- Mt- nnd nnd Mrs daughters George Sachau .were Sundny guests at the home of. Mr and i'a Gordon "Swan. SALES BOOKS, register, tickets, register carbons, adder and cash regiHier rolls at the Uppei Dos Moines Pub. Co., Algona, PRICK FROM '3489 FREIGHT PAID CUSTOM-nUILI ON YOUR IOT AND FOUNDATION BY OUR UNION CREWS —ANYWHERE) Qualily • Reputation • Financing CAPP-HOMES SAVE THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS! 100't OF PLANS OR USB YOURS FINANCING FOR EVERYONE) Any tiro nnd stylo lioitiB you want. Mod liliotal home llnanto plan.* In Amnilci, Low monthly pnymonli ai simpln interest. Financing cin Include lilumbitig, healing and kitchen Mhlntits. Wrll* or calf lor your focal ctfitctenlallYB CAPP-HOME5, 4771 C. Mlh'St., D«pl. Dei Molnci 13, Iowa Your represenlalive is- J. H. Sweet, 1728 2nd Ave. So., Ft. Dodge, Phone 4-1273. 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