The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 2, 1959 · Page 17
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 2, 1959
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v ~\r"j s*-i£r^ , $m by Evelyn Mr and ftey HuMf! tl- turned recently from Washington, and Arlington where they visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Fred Milteell, 6fid little daughters Trudy and Judy, They were accompanied by Mabel's uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs Ennos Ackerman of Rochester, Minn. If. was quite coo'l in Wash* ington, Mrs Hutzell said, but in spite of it were in bloom and trees budding fast. "Besides seeing the usual fight in Washington, • thpy went to cinerama "South S6a Adventure", and saw June Holliday in "The Bells Are .Ringing," The. latter is a stage show in "Tho National Theatre", the oldest in the U.S. and built ifi 1835. Probably the most interest ing thing to them was seeing the jet plane come in on' which McMillan was a passenger: They also visited old f.rionds Mt and Mrs Charles Bosworth near Chicago. Mr Bosworth and Roy became acquainted when both were employed With the- International Harvester "comtoafiy. '*'*''<» Mrs Elizabeth Rowe will be remembered by many here and will perhaps write to her at Memorial Hospital,' Atlantic, Iowa A recent letter from her state? she is hospitalized for examina- and imder treatment, for diabites. She and her late hus-, band, Carl li^ed here m&ny years ago and Carl was agent for the Amefican Express company. The office then was in the shoe shop next to Dr. P. V. Janse's office. Playmates will remember Dbn arid Bob. They will-also remember a sort Duane who was drowfM ed at Atlantic. To the family Were . also added Beverly and Joe, all grown r»ow r married and with families. * ' * . * • Mrs John 'Bah? had twb new granddaughters,. Becky Oayle, born March 6 to Mr and Mrs James Bahr at Memphis, Tenn She joined a sister Debbie. Her fathers, is in service. The oth^r child is Dawn, Marie', born Mar 18, to Mr and Mrs Dale Nelson of Sacramento, Calif. She ioins Dale Jr., 15, Bob, 13, and Pam- clb, 10. , » * * Mrs Gene Hood and daughter Mary are leaving April 3 for a Jour of fiurooe which will take them to England, France,' Italy Germany, Belgium, Switzerland and Holland. The travelers plat to be gone a month. They wil go via 'Dos Moinos and stop briefly With'Mrs fctood's brother in-law, and sister, Mr and Mrs C [THESE WOMEN! ' I * »!~ -WuBi - ----""- »—»«•- ' -* • APRIL SPECIAL Indoor-Outdoor OVE M It TS Less than Vi price I Heat, burn, stain-resistant mitts made of sili- cons — aluminized material. Wonderful for kitchen use, out�� door barbecuing, tool REGULARLY 98t Spin-Cast Rod " FOOJ) • BIG SAVING! Deluxe quality. Solid clear glass shaft, stainless steel guides and tip, enameled aluminum handle, cork grip. Orfo/noffy $7.50 ALGONA ^Harold, dear — when WILL you b6 convinced of the joys of eating out?" W. Conner. The entire trip going Will be made via plane. The re,urn will be made by sea. '•#''*. * t was looking through some old japers the other day .land found ah item headed "Northern Iowa S Swept by April Fool Blizzard" 56 don't condemn the weathet we have been having. This item states there was a 12 inch snowfall April Fool's Day. There was :he usual tales of motorists caught In the storm, a Mason City bun fought H's way from there as far as Sexton where it had to lay up. Thtfee women and a man were brought, to Algona by passing motorists. • I • • . * * ' * , , i Willard Salisbury got here Wednesday from overseas where he has been on duty in'navy at Spain, Italy, Lebanon and France. His wife, the former Ruth Steinman, has been 'Smployed as nurse at the Good Samaritan Home. Willard'/'has a month leave and will then'been stationed at Great Lakes where he and his wife will make their home. * * * • WESLEY By Mrs. Viola Sfuder law, Mr and Mrs Henry B. Ise brand, Sharon and Diane o Woden — Gottlieb Hnnselmon had as callers his wife and sdrtt in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Hoy Buenger, Mrs Hanselman is from LuVerne. The Buengcrs live at West Bend. Mr and Mrs Jerry Nielson .en- lertnined at a 500 party Sunday evening. Kenneth Hnverly and Bernard Kunkel won high and low for men and Mrs Merle Ras- musscn and Mrs Kfnnetlf. Haverly for women. Mrs Franklin Bode received travel pri?.e. Mr and Mrs Philip Studer entertained their 500 club Sunday evening. Mrs Ralph Sehipull and Glenn Smith won high score prizes. Mrs Leonard Studer and Leonard Studer won low score prizes. Mrs Dale Dornbicr won travel prize. The baby boy born to Mr and Mrs Bon J. Studer, March 4 Was baptized Sunday in St. Joseph's Catholic church by Father Buckholz and name,d Nicholas Lee. Ben G. Studer and Mrs Paul Sluder were sponsors by proxy for Mr and Mrs John Walter of East Dubuquo. Jim Mullin, who attends Drake University, spoilt the weekend hero witii his parents, Mr und Mrs Charles Mullin. Mr and Mrs P. C. Haynes presented a pulpit Bible to the Methodist Church Sunday morning. It ,vas accepted by Richard Madsen, chairman of the congrega- ion. Balms of marriage were pub- ished in St. Joseph's Catholic. [THE FAMILY STORE THAT'S FUN TO SHOP At the meeting of the Royal Neighbors Wednesday evening, a hat style show was held and prizes were given for various chapeaus dreamed up by Easter- conscious women.v To Elizabeth Post went first prize for what she called "A Fishery/Oman's Hat." It was a wide brimmed lace af- .far trmmed wth fsh hooks and "night crawlers." Evelyn Hunt won a prize for her kitchen u'tensils trimmed bonnet.'.. * • * • * Velma Hagg look me up town last week Monday afternoon, the first I had been out since Thanksgiving. I don't need to tell you how I enjoyed it. I inspected both banks as I didn't get to see them last fall when the openings were held. Both are very nice, and-I would have an awful time deciding which I like the better. They are a great credit to Algona. As one person remarked. "They are fine. The only trouble is keeping my money ; in them. 1 ' * # * Alas, a fine gesture cair.o to naught Wednesday when a professional friend offered me-the use indefinitely of a typewriter which will not be in use, as the office has.installed an electric one. But it was 'an upright type, difficult for me to use. 1 prefer the portables for one particular reason. Well, bless him anyhow. Easter lilies were in abundance here at Good Samaritan, the residents being well rememberec and I was given a lovely bouque and had several callers. pur sympathy goes to Caspei Thilges who lost two sisters, Mrs Mary Reding and Mrs Chris Gales in that auto accident at St. Joe. The v/omen were crossing the street to Mrs Reding's home near the Catholic church where they had attended services. Driver of the car said he did not see them. *• * * Mrs Elizabeih Baas had as callers Mrs Fred Wegener, Mr and Mrs R. J. Wegener, her" son-in- law and daughter and sons. David and. Dale and Mrs Ervin Heidenwith. — Mrs Cora Cooper was" visited by her son. Earl and family — Ben Isebrand was visited by his son. and daughter-in- Callers at Mr nnd Mrs Herbori Lindquist's were Mr and Mrs Lyle George and their son-in-law and daughter of Jackson, Minn. Mr Getorge said, "Do you know Russ Waller " I replied, "He's my boss." So here are greeting to you, Mr. Waller, from Mr George. The visitors made a tour of inspection of the building, accompanied by Mr Lindquist, and dropped in here to see my fireplace, one of the six, 1 believe it is, in the house. * * * Mr and Mrs Ralph Donovan and the former's father, Robert Donovan, had planned to spend Easter at Rock Valley with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr and Mrs Bob Donovan and family and t ; o be joined by Bob's brother-in law and sister of Worthington, Minn. A telephone call,established the fact tha't there was much snow in the Rock Valley vicinity and it would be better to meet at Worthington, which was done. * * * Mr and Mrs William Dau Sr arrived Saturday night from the Florida Keys. They think they have found a veritable Paradise and prefer that location to Mia•mi, St. Petersburg, and 'all the rest. ; Hertha says the climate is simply ideal. . . . tf . . church for the first time for Earth Hospital. Renew Scouting Interest In Ledyard Area Lftdyatd — The Boy Spouts rind their parents met March 19 in the Legion Htvll with Mr Franklin Wiehne'1, District Scout Executive from Spirit Lake, to discuss tho future'of the Scouts in Ledynrd. A new? troop committee was appointed ns follows: Orvllle Brandt, chnirmnn; William KJInker, secretary nnd trofl- surer; Fred Mounycr, Father TV MontfiR, John Jorgenson, Rev Victor Vriesen, Harold In^let Scout Master, to be selected. Scouts here lire sponsored by the Mntsener Estle Post of tin American Legion. A survey was mode and there ore 17 uliRl new members. Present active Scout members are Brent nnd Bruce Kril, .Ic-rry Oilbertson. Terry Roseboro, Tom Buseh, Dnle Brandt, Uonnie Jor- gcnson, Jim Sennofcldcir, Gary KlinkiM 1 , Danny' Intflet. nnd T,co Miller und Jim King. Mr Vernon Anderson has been Scout Manter. The possibility of hriving a Culj puck was discussed. Mr and Mrs Alnn Lone-Its art) the parents of a baby boy born Saturday, March 21st ut the Blue thuriday, April 2, 1959 Algona (to.) Upper 0« Metft*t~* AMERICA'S FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINE Of GALVANIZED STEEL AND ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS, UNDER ONE NATIONALLY KNOWN BRAND NAME. NEVER BEFORE A DOOR LIKE THIS! GET YOUR The Don Cash family had a bad ntroductibn to Iowa living. Saturday night they had reached St. Joe just as the accident happened which killed Mrs Mary Reding and Mrs Chris Gales. Don was with the driver of the van which was loaded with the Cash furniture from Philadelphia. The family has built a'beautiful new liome on the former Nelson farm east of town. Mrs Cash is a sister of Mrs Chester Schoby. » • * Rev. and Mrs P. J. Gerike were called to Baraboo, Wis., by the sudden death of the former's mother, Mrs Clara Gerike, 74, in Chicago, 111., where she was visiting relatives. The family is unusual in that the father Henry Gerike Sr., was a pastor and his four sons followed his profession * * * Mrs Dick Walker, nee Vivian Crapser of Gary, Ind., is thankfu scarlet fever is no longer such a dread disease calling for elaborate fumigation. Her children Becky, Rickie and Jack became sick last week. * * » The society section of the Sun day Des Moines Register had ar interesting item — the announce ment of the engagement and ap proaching marriage of Maridc-r Laidley, daughter of Mr and Mr Lawrence Laidley of Swaledale t<' Dennis West. The wedding will take place April 17. The bride- elect attends Fayette college. She is a granddaughter of Mrs Agnes Laidley and a niece of Mrs Milton Dahl. I have known Law rence since 1912 when his mother and the family moved here from Bancroft. * * * I saw Bill and Jan Allen get in their car parked at the little Allen store across the street and leave about six p.m. About half an hour later a little son James Robert weighing sever) pounds and ten ounces had been added U. the family of girls, Diane, Linda and Nancy. Do I need to add there is great rejoicing? Dean Ricke, son of Mr and Mrs George Ricke, tfnd Eleanore Trca, daughter of Mr and Mr.g Tony Prca of Garner. They will be narried at Dunca.i April 7. Circle one of tho Catholic women of St. Joseph's church held a scrubbing . bee at the church March 24. Mr and Mrs Don Kraus and Rickie spent Sunday with her brother, Will Ketchen Jr.- and family at Vinton. Union services will be held Good Friday at tho Evangelical Free Church for that congregation, the Methodist Upper Flat and Prairie Center congregations. Mr and Mrs Bill Studer and children of Clarion were Sunday guests of his mother, Mrs Viola Studer. They also visited his grandmother, Mrs Jennie Luken at the Good Samaritan Home in Algona. The Methodist Youth Group will attend a rally at Clear Lake April 5. Mr and Mrs Dwight Bruns and children moved into the apartment above the Blake funeral home where they will live unti the home, they bought of the L T. Roots is available in the fall Roots plan to build a new home Cynthia Ann, daughter of Mi •md Mrs Dwight Bruns, was bap ized Sunday in the Methodis church by Rev. Robert Jones. The Good Will truck will stop at the Methodist church, April 6 A pot luck lunch was served Sunday evening in the Methodist church followed by a religious novie. Eugene Hanig returned Friday Tom Madison, Wis. A dinner nnd devotional program was given Tuesday niuh', it the Methodist church for the Youth Fellowship. Mrs Hsirold tier/eg was in charge of the program. Lillian Kviimsdale was the speaker. The program was interspersed between the throe course dinner which wtis served by Mrs Cecil Plngel. Mrs Glen Burrow, Mrs Ray Wentworlh. Mrs Melvin Wentworth and Mrs Fred Samolc. Mr and Mrs Wayne Gade of Whittcmore visited at the home of Mrs Martha Schroeder on Sunday of last week. The Mary Circle of the Methodist W.S.C.S, met at the home of Mrs Fred Sainek at. Burl on last Monday evening, Mr« Howard Thompson had charge of tho business meeting. Mrs D. B. Mayer led the Easter program, assisted by Mrs Lena Warner, Mrs Fred Dutton, Mrs Freda Frey, Mm Everett Thompson and Mrs Harold Herzog. John Frandlc was in Blue; Earth several days last week called by the death of his sister, Misn Emma Frandle, 71, who died in the- Blue Earth hospital of a heart, attack. 100 George Vetter of Lake Park redenlly celebrated his 100th birthday anniversary. He was honored by an open house. AHO STORM IDOft :** Donovan Specialty Shop DIAGONAL ST. CY 4-2202 >' News By Mrs'Cecil Godfredson RIGHT NOW FROM Eugene Hood, Algona Alphons Berte> Bode Earl ilbert 5/ Whittemore Frank Proesster, Bancroft Homer Mathiesen, Fenton ST. JOENEWS Mr and Mrs M. T. McGuire returned home Friday! evening from their vacation -trip to Albuquerque, New Mexico of several fweeks. On .their return home they brought home theii sons Payid and Mike,-students ai Maur Hill, Atchinson, Kansas, foi their Easter vacation. They return to Maur Hill on Eastei 'Monday. NEW! NO MORE TUNING! : WESTINGHOUS DOES IT FOR YOU FALL Frank Swehla of New Hampton is recovering, from an injured arm that he received recently when he was assisting his aunt. She started to fall and in an attempt to catch her, lie slipped and fell, , Mrs John E. Anderson received word that her entry blank in the Home and Flower show at Des Moines had been drawn and she had won a 'Frigidaire Automatic Washer. Thursday M.' and Mrs John Batton spent the day in Knierim visiting with their daughter and family, Mr and Mrs Wayne Draper. Mrs Frank Bauer of Bancroft and' Mrs Eddie Bauer spent Friday evening at the Henry Reut- 7.el home in Fairmont. Mr and Mrs Eddie Bauer, Mr and Mrs Durwodd Voigt and Mr and Mrs Wendell Ditsworth visited the Eldon Sabins in Estherville Saturday evening. Joe Skarpness Veft Saturday. evening from Perry for Long Beach, where he will visit with his son Gordon and other relatives for a week. Mr and Mrs V. E. Hazelhoff and family spent Saturday nite and Sunday with Mr Hazelhoff's parents Mr and Mrs A, J. Hazelhoff of Lakeview. Little Susan Renee Anderson^ daughter of Mr and Mrs Donald Anderson of Fairmont, Minn,, was baptized Sunday morning at the morning worship in the Methodist church. Her grandmother, Mrs Daisy Engstrom, gave a dinner in her honor. Those present were Mr and Mrs Donald Anderson and Susan, Mr and Mrs Cassie Anderson, Mr and Mrs Ralph Angle, Larry Woods and Darlene Ensstrom, Mr and Mrs W. B. Shipler attended the funeral of Miss. Irma Davidson at the Burt cemetery Wednesday. Mks Davidson was fatally injured in a fall on the ice. Mr and Mrs Jean Tague and girls were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Leo Crowley of Armstrong. Mr and Mrs Harold Krantz and children attended a family 'dinner at the R. L. Krantz Jiome in Titonka Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bob Siesbee and children called on Mrs W. J. Sigs bee of Algona Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Ffrank Smouse and children enjoyed pot-luck with Mr /and Mrs Walter Peter* son of Algona, Sunday. Other guests were Fred Peterson of gona and Mr and M*s Garry Cook and family of jEmmetsburg One touch changes channels and fine-tunes picture and sound—electronically! Years ahead, here's the first TV you never have to tune! 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