The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 9, 1959 · Page 6
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" - - W'fl^v^^ill^ I, i ' 5 fl I;! *» _ Ruth Wallentine, Lakota, To Wed Donald Fenema Lskola — Mr and' Mrs Ted VVal- lentine of Lnktita announce the engagement of their daughter, Ruth, who is In hw second y<ear of nurses training'at the Luth- eran'Deaconess Hospital in mhi- neapolis, to Donald Fenema. son Of Mr and Mrs William Fenfema of Letlyard. He attended Ifowa State Teachers College one year and is now attending Marikalo Commercial College. No elate has been set for the wedding, - Confirmation Dinner A family gathering was held Saturday night at the Ve;rnon Smith home in honor of their daughter, Janet's and their niece. Donna Paulson's confirmation and 3n' honor of three birthdays in the family; Wanda Blome, Wayne Heetland* and Richard Paulson. Present were Mr and Mrs 'Wayne Heetland and sons of Minneapolis, Mr and Mrs Arlow Blome and family, Mr and Mrs Glenn Mabus and sons, Mr and Mrs Konald Heetland and family, Mr and Mrs Elmer Paulson and family and Mr and Mrs Jerry Heetland. Birthday Party , Saturday afternoon, ,lhe following ladies gathered' at the home of Mrs Rosa Ranmstock- *in« observance of her birthday. iHer two daughters, Elizabeth and Elaine, Mrs Amila Koppen, Mrs Leo Johnson, Mrs P. C. Geilenfeldt. Mrs Albert Bosnia, Jr.. Mrs Larry Lappe and Debra, Mrs Bertha Trump, Mrs Frauke Schadendorf, Miss Hannah Heetland, Mrs August Christ, Mrs Adolph Poppe and Patty Mayne, Mrs Henry Boettcher, Mrs Nick Koppen, Mrs Hugh Lewis,, Mrs ;William Bauman, Mrs Otto Erigle- barts, Mrs John .Sleenhard and Mrs Lena Schwarz. At Federated Meeting On Saturday of last week, Mrs Burdette Hoeppner, Mrs William Hanken and Mrs Harlan Kruse attended the meeting of the Kossuth County Federated Women's Clubs, which met at Titonka. Mrs . Max Goldman of Titonka was speaker of the day. Mrs Kruse and Mrs Hoeppner presented their version of the Easter Parade. At Presbyterian Rally -' On Sunday Rev. and Mrs Bar • Ian Kruse accompanied a group Nancy Ffsher To Girls' State Lone Rock — Nancy Fisher, above, a junior at Sentral 'High, daughter of Mr and Mrs Delmar Fisher, will attend Hawkeye Girls' State at Cedar Falls, June 14 through June 20. Nancy will be sponsored by the,; Kefr - Hammerstrom'Post of-the American Legion Auxiliary of Lone Rock. (UDM Engraving) . of- the Westminster Fellowship young people to the spring Rally at the United Presbyterian church in Clarion. Rev; Kruse 'was" the main speaker. Sharon Rippentrop was one of the discussion leaders. Kent Gerzema and Clare Barret* also attended. Another, carload of young people driven by Vernon Smith had to turn-back home because 'of'car 'trouble. They included Shirley and Janet Smith, Donna" Paulson and" Linda Koppen. ' ' - The Sacred Heart Church Fa ther & Sbn -banquet' -will .be^hald April 12 at. Sacred Heart .HalLin Ledyard. There will be a speaker and,short' program following the oanquet. Mr and Mrs Robert Steele and lena and Mist Attah Johnson i 2Stttday^tterntioA callers a% teWftfcrt WU«* 6f, h«ne ift Brfcelyn, Mlnrt. / Mrs It. D. MuWnatt was hostess at a 12:30 luncheon held at ter home in honor of Mrs John ..undquisl's birthday* Present were the hdttotefc's mother. Mrs H. H. Murray, Mrs A. C. Schissel and Sue, Mrs W. D. Ley and Mrs W. E. Ley. Mr and Mrs Leo Johnson ot Curlew and their daughter^ Peggy Johnson of Buffalo Center were guests at the P. C, Geilenfeldt home from Friday through Sunday. Sunday dinner guests ''at tha Earl Paulson horrte were Mr and Mrs W. B. Mulverhill and Jean of Ames and Mr W, J. Leslie. Miss Gwen Bierstedt and Leon Kramer of Minneapolis were Sunday supper and evening guests at the parental A. C. Bier* stedt home. Mr and Mrs John Griese were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Lester Blaine 'in Titonka. Sunday dinner guests at tha Lee Olson home were Mr and Mrs Robert Shillfttgton and family of Algona. Afternoon callers were Mr and Mrs Marion Helin and family of Buffalo Center, Mr and Mrs George DSers and Mary Ann of Bancroft and Hugh Lewis and Virgil of Lakota. Sunday afternoon callers at the William Kienitz 'home were Mr and Mrs E. J, Johnson and daugh- .ers of Buffalo Center. Mr and Mrs George Meyer and Mrs Peter Bruer were Sunday afternoon visitors at the John Vokoun home in Woden. Mr and Mrs Lynn Gorden and family of Carpenter, Iowa, Mr and Mrs William Jurgens of Buffalo Cente? and Paul Kruse were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs John Furst. In the afterpbon Mrs Ed Telkamp of Blairsburg and ( Margin and Myra Heidccker w'ere callers. Mr and -Mrs George Ennen and Patricia of Elmore were Tuesday qvening .visitors at the Ray Becker'home.- Sunday evening, callers at the Lee Koppen home were Mr and Mrs Herman Bosma. Mr and Mrs Frank Krall spent Saturday at the home of his sister, Miss' Stella- KrfclPirf Garner. Mrs S,. T. Powers and Mrs Willidm 'Schroeder \yere Thurs day afternoon' .callers at the Frank Kvall home. • Mr and Mrs Herman • Bosma were -Friday \evening-visitors at the Alden Wilcox home. Mr ' and ' Mrs Raymond Krominga entertained at Sunday dinner in' honor of their daughter Melanie's * 2nd birthday, Sunday Mr aftdt Jfrt €tti$it sels of Clear L&ke, ~~ "*- Jtt John A, Deffi !3aturday callers, „„„.. Kelson were Mr^afid Mfil Wells of Blue UaftH.} ft 5 •day Mr and Mrs £«to'MjffkaRnt Buffalo Cenle* eatled/:*?* -''^* Mrs Anna „— wotd. this week IP Fendelton, Calif,, r thfti'M* Marine Fvt Ivan S, tteide^ket, was to participate in "Qgeratfbn Big Land," a coordinated SliMfice air amphibious assault eXefciSe.. the Lutheran Ladies Aid fitet Wednesday afternoon 4A*th6 "" ish Mall with Esthef ""' Rose Christ arid,Susie-1 as hostesses. It walJ decided \ to have a Guest Day fo.r -tM^ stir- rounding churches dujfing Ihe month of September. ' , £ Mr and Mrs Earl"Murray^ Buffalo Center were Sunday 4.. ternoon callers at the Dr. HY H, Murray home. -. ,-\ Ik' 1 Visitors at the D§ve f'flUs home from Thursday until'Sit* urday were Miss Alice'O1I6 and" Jimmy Wftflfe of Stran*h- !fil4 Minn. lM|Jkal*o visited thei relative in «§»a*ea; " ' '• of St. Paul, Minn., Joel, Keftriy Now you Know! The amwef'id evetyday insurance problems* By t>. S. Behannon i .. QUESTION: I've seen In your column a rule io use in deciding whether to buy any ceri tain form of insurance.* Would you print it again? ANSWER: Ask yourself if you could afford the maximum possible loss from, the risk. If that maximum loss could cripple you financially—insure! If the loss would be only a serious inconvenience, use your best judgment. * if you'll-address your .own insurance questions to this office, we'll try lo give you the correct answers and there will be no chargeior obligation of any kind. •"*,.' LS.BOHANNON 6 N. Dodge , CY 4-4443 HOSPITALS ar. 31 — R, d. goWbfat,, <A1 ? gona, medical; Mrs KiSliftrd JMfoe, Algona, boy, 5-2*4j Mil *Bft*ftard Bonhstetter, West fiertd, V%hiter- nity. . ,' April 1 — Mrs George Wlnkei, Whittemore, medical; Mi-s Ken* neth Farrell, Whittemore, "girt, >i Mn Wiftat 'IA« M€ Balfc-Algdtifl, m^m^ei^ !!'Apti! ^^'Mfiry^LoliSse-ttoetfe* let, Liwrlim^ t ^ A; ftarin, ^"S^toi 1 "- Sti^t ^ K A r ( ^Irs CJtiil^ les LaBarre Alfona, medical; Hugh Uougherty, Wesley, tned* ieal; Mrs Cfeofge UbrWeileK Lu* Ve*rie, jftedrtai; Baby Daftfe^ " % Aigona, medical;/ , fflfefcflk Bade; REINDERS'MFG. & SUPPLY, Inc. MANUFACTURERS and DISTmBUTORS of INSTITUTIONAL SUPPLIES BOAT TAILERS A-T-T-E-M-T?I^N CHURCHES - SCHOOLS - §LUBS WE SPECIALIZE IN .MEETING YOUR NtEDS " SEE US FOR SPECIAL QUANTITY FACTORY DISCOUNT PRICES y ON • Folding Chairs ' • Folding Banquet Tables • • Table and Chair Storage Trucks • Room Dividers ' ' MANUFACTURERS Of • — - • .' ' ' , . •-:'.-" the New REINDERS E-Z- LOAD Boat Trailers DISTRIBUTORS OF - • • ' , , ' SPAN AMERICA Fiberglass Boats AT 1014 NORTH MAIN ST., ALGONA — Phone CY 4-4828 FRIDAY and SATURDAY, APRIL^fO-ll GRAND OPENING SPECIALS FLOWERING SHRUBS , Charles Joly, red 12-18 inch. $1.00 Each Or Now at last — after weeks of preparation — we are ready to hold our Grand Opening. This, we feel, is a chance for you to stop out to the new Duncan Garden Center and browse around. A chance for us to^show you the many wonderful things we can furnish you. A chance for us to become acquainted with you. We'll be open from 7:30 a.m. until 8 p.m. both days. Our entire 50'x§0' nursery will be packed with growing things'of all kinds, displayed for easy viewing. Remember — you are always welcome. '' Mr. and Mrs, Orville Duncan I&-- fe.. - |Qf Mme. Lemoine, white, 12-18 inch. Belle de Nancy, pink, 12-18 inch, Alphone LaValle, pink, 12-18 inch, BARE ROOT ROSE SPECIALS aSTfrliS)^ Your Choice K. A. Victoria (white) Pink Dawn (pink) Eutin(red) Etoile de Holland (red) ' (Potted roses available soon) ' ' CANNED EVERGREENS Globe Arborvitae — _ ------- 1 $3.50 Pfitxer Juniper ______________ $2.50 Pyramidal Arborvitae -------- $2.50 Scopulorum -- _____ - ________ $2-50 Colorado Spruce ------ 3 for, $5,00 ALL STOCK NORTHERN GROWN HARDY FRUITS Peacon — Wealthy — Red Delicious — Jonadel Red Duchess — Mclntosh t— Whitney Crab — Fireside — Dolgo Crab — Prairie Spy. $2,50 EACH — 3 FOR $6,75 — 5 FOR $10,50 10 FOR $2.0 5 |N,1 — $4.§0 2 FOR $9.50 * ^DWARFS 1 Certland ______ -~ ____ $4-50 each or 2 for $8,50 Mclntosh r -~. — *-.„ $4.50 eaeh or 2 fer $8,50 ",' :*'W« ill* l^«vp;IN §WK Chtrry irid Peer tre»f fee shad« and beauty, flowering •* Register for FREE Door Prizes Here are just a few of the many door prizes that will be given away Friday and Saturday. Be sure to register — you need not be present to yvin — no obligation. • Vaughan'siGroganic Lawn Food (50 Ib. bag) .. a $) • Midget Duster for Gardening (Value of $9.95) • $5.00 Nursery Stock (your choice) and other prizes, t j pur Nursery Will Be Completely Stocked for This Gala Event Most of you received our recently-mailed catalog describing the many plants, trees, shrubberies' and flowers available at the Duncan Garden Center. 'Now — during our big grand opening event—we would like to show you all these wonderful growing things first hand. Stop out Friday or Saturday, and see for yourself. / + Fertilizers 5 and 10 Ib. Boxes 25 to 80 Ib. Sacks Savins Jumper .., $2.00 Juniper Yon Ehron $2.00 ' . J * r . Al I ff^^lS kll TALK WITH THESE NURSERY EXPERTS. .. + Hand & Garden Tools + Lawn - Garden Seeds We'll have several representatives with us this weekend to talk over your garden and lawn problems with you, including the following: • Smith-Douglas Fertilizer Co, representative of Albert Lea, Minn. • Foster Inc. of Waterloo representative on garden supplies. • Vaughan's Seed Co, representative of Chicago/ Ml. . , vines/ hedging and windbr«ak». ^^^^^^^ ^^B^^ ^B VIB ^BBIr *BW WHI T^W iPPI ^^Hir. J •GARDEN CENTER* Located W mile east and >/a mile north f»f Jyn«;tjon, of Highway* W * 11 North of Alff°ni, »Pwa, Phone CY 4*4113, \ " /' , I ' i J >' ' \' f ';<"'",•> liyi^^ - Our stock of lawn and garden seeds is complete — 'all vegetables, and flowers, No need to shop around — make Duncan's your one-stop headquarters, ,, OpehDaily--7:30 a.m.-7:30p.m. (We will also be 'open during the neon and supper hours) CLOSED SUNDAYS LICENSED NURSERY DEALER Member of Iowa Nwrserymen'i

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