The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 16, 1959 · Page 13
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 13

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, April 16, 1959
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• S^V.-j ., — "" . j*;'V v, '•":$ • i " ''» >• ' • '"i. • Wfcckend Visitetf" at Schwartz <of Otttimwa, State Teachers , Idtmer nat« fef -Mrs Wendell Steveni vteUed at 'Ihl Dott BMehard home aver the %ekend, Wendell Steven was Imfo hofefte over the weekend. At Silv« Weddin aftd Mti rlfed: Schultz at Ifehded the Sityer: f Bedding Gilded a ; meetii'itf ih — _„ Mf slid Mrs dWfteftee Christen*' : /ia", ahd Mr> and. Mr§ aftemooft ettfters <'&;&& Larson 1 tioffie, •wartfe 4-Jft workshop met Saturday afternoon at their leaders' home, Mrs Milfotd' Mitchell. Guests 'wsre Mrs Walter Jentei, Miss Maty Staudi arttf Mt* Meftry .Lobft. ' « • Mr and Mf§ BoriafiJ Gross of Fenton were Sunday,,-afternoon callers at the Hom<! bf Mr and Mrs Harold Holmgren, ^.Fehtoh Township ttomernakets Will meet this Friday afternoon 4 W.S.C.S. At rd Names New Officers Mrs Jr6e,'"Stenberg"of Elmore Minn., Sunday afternoon, ''"' , > . «—He timbttta-fclifeiV., |ies Aid met *,•«***»a«a.MX'ir^ w K,iA 4 '7jdj ftt* tflG Cntll^Cr parlors ffyith fthej following hostesses: Mesdame's Harold Gross Herbert Hackbarth, Herman Hentz, Walter KrauSe. A 'bake Sale, was held with Mrs Noah «elsner, and Mrs Elmer Ruhnke aW charge. The flower committee ibr .the month is~>Mrs'-Wilmar wlchtendahl and Mrs Albert Willrett. • , -•/ : •,' . , ,' 'Circles To Meet ' : ,The ' Circles 1 ' will meet this jThursday at. 2:30 with the Flor- ^ft'ce circle at Mrs Harriet Bol- tirtger' and Maxine Jensen assLst- ;mg, ,The Emma circle at Donna Htirlburts" with Emma Hurlburt /assisting. The., JoElla circle at Virginia. Weg'ne'rs' and •' June Weisbrod a'ssisting. " and Mrs George Lee of^Al- visited at the Leo Ramus home Sunday. " 'Mr and Mrs George -Kissner, '.Mrs Darryl Householder, Mrs McCleish, LaVonne Thomp, Lhida Ramus attended the IStyle Show Sunday 'evening at -tHe St. John's-'HallVat Bancroft, tfane Kissner and Joanne Mc- Cl'eish 'were on the program. "•;Mr and Mrs Lanny Farmer-and =MT and Mrs LeRoy Schrader oi ^Algona visited at the .home of •with Eftitna fitott6$i7 „ Mr and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mrs Glen Mino of Swea City, Mrs Roy Chrischllles of Fehton, Gef- ald weiner Of Burt attended, tho funeral-Saturday f&r thetfiaunt, Mrs Andrew. -Weinfef 'at Jwhite, Sddth Dakota.,' /.'- , I Patty Person of Des Mbihes visited last week with her parents, Mr and Mrs Emil Person. John t a son of the Persons, stopped Thufsdty'tQ visit his parents eftroUte ,frc-m Virginia to camp f " at Fort Riley whefe he is stationed in the Army. • \ Mr and Mrs Earl Zeigler and sons of Algona were Sunday evening callers at' the Harvey Lar- sori home. '. ' /*, \; ! Mrs Amy Hines of Toledo was a daller and ah", overnight guest at 'the Leo Ramus home Thursday night. She was on her way lome from Redwood! Falls, Minn. where she had been visiting her sister, Mrs Esther 'Ballard. Mrs Oliver Stoeber of Petersen was >a caller- at the home of Mrs Art Pricbe Saturday, afternoon. , '• 5 [ - ; Mrs Emma Hurlbufl arid Rachael and , Mary ' were dinner |uests at the Dale Schroeder home' 1 Sunday,- 'to help Susan celebrate- her 4th birthday. In the eVening Mr 1 and Mrs Henry Schroeder, Mrs .-Kate Schroedei and Art.of Fenton, Mr and Mrs Ervin .Klatt of Rjngsted,,'Mr 'and Mrs Howard L'owman of 'Algona, Mr a r hd'-Mrs Roy 'Chrischilles of Fenton,''Mr' and Mrs' 'Harry Schmeling of'WhitJfe'more -were callers. Mr attd 'Mrs Frank Flaig visited at' the Dean -Je'rgenson home .Sunday evening. Barbara is real sick with the,measles, Friendly ^Neighbors Club met Thursday at the home of Mrs Art Priebe with Mrs Darryl • Dreyer assisting. Mrs Herschel Hartman and Mrs Bessie Hartman had charge of Jthe. program. Mrs Kenneth Bollinger gave a read- «— Thursday afternoon the Methodist W.S.C.&. met at. the chufch with Mrs William Klinker, v and Mrs Fred Sattick as hastens. . The afinual- election of 6liiceif$,wa« -held arttUhfe following Mtote fefcetfed? " " . ' President — Mrs Glen Burrow; vice president — Mrs EFvin Carpenter; secvetary — Mrs Edward Looft; treasurer — Mrs Harold -,H6f26g; CMiStian social relations Mrs Wentworth; youth secretery •*- Mrs Fred Samck; Literature and Promotion — Mrs Albert Looft; missionary and spiritual life secretary — Mrs D, B, Mayer; secretary of stu- Dht jwork;^ Mi's Nl A. Pingel ,'cretary pf children's work — •Mrs 1 Fred s 'Dutton; secretary of supplies •"- Mrs Marie Halverson status of women — Mrs Gertrude Wicmcr; circle chairmen — Mrs William Mather Jr. ,and Mr* Howard yhbmps&n. ' 5 Following the election'of of ficers, plans were- completed foi Family Night April 19. A po luck supper will be held at 6:15 followed by a program with Rev. Elles Ulland speaker. Mrs Harold Hcrzog then had charge of the program. arrow l rttyfttttCtt bf th« Milton fm*t. f : . S**, Frtte flfrriftfff of tJfiihketi, on, forme* pastor o! the Ledyar,d Methodist ChUrch ' ^vill be Ihe guest sp^^ktst at the'&rvic&s Aest Sunday morning, . Mr and Mrs John her. Mrs tterirletU ftortlje and Mrs Schadendorf attended the lufteral of Mrs Ma Finh of Oerled. at SWPH City last Tuesday morning. In tho afternoon thtey went to Fairmont to visit Grandpa ttofttjt who 1s at the home or his soft after ho was able to leave the Buffalo Center hospital follo\ving ti siege of blood poisoning. Farmer Injured Under A Loader Is Recuperating Seneca — Joe Madden, who is n patient at Holy Family Hospital •imrs Florence Schrader, Saturday ^'..Mix-and' .Mrs, James Long, and Mr and Mrs'Bert Olson of jAlgpna. went to the Ice r Follies at Minneapolis, Sunday. '. • Mr and Mrs Dale Wegner and family '.went to Sioux,, &i,ty the weekend to visit, -at''ttie' S|t Grordbn Wegner home. ' ' ---Mi"' an'd/'.Mrs ' Leo Sankey of Britt, Mr 'and Mrs Henry Kueck of Lone Rock were' supper guests at the .Walter Thompson home -Sunday'"night. Evening callers • were Mr and Mrs Warren'Thomp- son, Lyle " and Linda of Swea 'City. Mr and Mrs .Wallace McArthur and Mrs Ruth Dutton we're dinner guests' at the Glen "Teeter home Sunday. It was the 50th wedding anniversary of Mrs Teeter's • parents, Mr and Mrs Melvin Duttoh""of- Burt. An open house was held in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs Lyl,e Haack of. Fenton were Saturday, evening, call- •'ers at the home, > of Mr and Mrs \Roger Long. '' Mrs Lawrence Newbrough and Mrs Ruth Krueger were'Sunday afternoon callers at the Delmar Angus home in Burt. • David • and Douglas Elsbecker, • sons of Mr and Mrs James Elsbecker of Bancroft stayed Wednesday and Thursday with their grandparents, Mr and Mrs Ralph Thompson'.while their parents at- ing. April Birthdays .are Mir Henry • Tiem'an arid (Mrs* Jim Langermanv. • The ; rfext '^meeting •w'ilMbe' in "May 'att the" home «df Mrs HerSchel Hartman, with Mrs Bessie' Hartman assisting.' Mrs C. W. Heerdt and son JDenfiis p$ ,Burt' ; yi§ited -at the h'6rhe of '"-Mr' • and '- Mrs" Frank Flaig Sunday afternoon. Mr and Mrs Chris Christensoft of Osakis, Minn, were over nigh guests ar the 'Emil -Person -home Saturday night. Sunday they had a family dinner at the home of Mr and Mrs Tom'Trenary at Burt and .Mr- and - Mrs Chris Christenson were the hone/red guests. Others attending were Mr and Mrs Henry Smith of Burt, Mr and Mrs Harold Becker of Burt, Mr and Mrs Ray Smith of Wesley, Mr and Mrs Emil Person of Lone Rock and Mr and Mrs Carlos Engelby and family of Swea City. On last Tuesday Mr William Blinker, bbys < coach, took 30 jasketbair and baseball boys to Des Moines to see "an exhibition jail game. ' On - Thursday of last week the th and 8th grades and their .eachers; Mrs William Dorscy and Mrs Cecil .Anderson, with two mothers, Mrs Ted Green and Mrs ?red Richter, went to.Des Moincs where they • visited the 'State- louse, the airport and many places of interest, . - ^ ,Mr and Mrs Duane Murphy are the parents of a baby girl born and family moved this past week to a farm south of town. Mrs Anfia Tbgerson Wrio has worked ih Mason City through the winter was hofne Ihe p«si week, Rev, V, Vrtesen was at Mihtie- sota Lake, Minn., Sunday eve*- ning, , • . ' >i' On Thursday evening 'eiiasl week the following gathered at the homo of Mr and Mfs Gu Simonsmeier for a surprise birth' day party for Gus: Mr and Mfs . s . , . - - JohnKhrich, ElmomMfand Mrs «t tuthorville, following a freak Glen Johnsdh am daughters "' ............ "" Janelle, Judy a*nd Janet; Mr ahd Mrs Merl Johnsoft, Mr and Mrs Marvin Sirnonsirveiet v and ' sons Larry ahd Bob of Sw^a City, ' Mr and Mrs Carl Ndyes, Grand Marias, Minn, werfe , weekend guests at the hom.6 of her motlv, or, Mrs Hazel Carpenter, The G.O.F, Club met Friday night honoring the 'birthdays of Mrs N. A. Pingel and Mrs Edward Looft. Mrs Edith Anderson of DCS Moines was 'u guest for the evening, Mrs Maurice Pingel left this 1 week with htr parents, Mr ahd Mrs Morris Dunkelberger of Armstrong for Baltimore where they will visit Mrs Pingel's brother, Donald Miller. Mrs Edith Looft of Dos Moines visited her sisters and brothers ! ih this vicinity. Dewain Wilcox of Iowa City came Saturday for his wife ahd baby who had spent the past week with her parents, Mr ahd Mrs Glen Burrow. ' • Mrs Don Ehrich and baby daughter returned to -their home in Blue Earth Thursday after spending a week convalescing a't the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs B.. E. Cilbertson. Mrs Wilma MacKinnon has been in the Methodist hospital at Des Moines' the past week following surgery. Her mother, Mrs Alvin Busch and her aunt, Mi's accident which occurred last week at his home, is reported to be r«s« cuperating satisfactorily, Mr Madden wa* moving * board fence near his barn With his Irac- tor. A mantne loader was attached <o thfi tractor and it is believed that a siiddeh jolt caused Mi- Madden to be thrown under the loader and trapped there. Mr Madden's cries for help could not bo heard from the house, so he remained pinned under the manure loader for ap- prokimalely three hours, until his wife found him about 7 o'clock, He was conscious when found and was able to tell his wife how to operate the trader and load er in order to release him. He was then tflkcn to the hospital by ambulance where it was found Thurtddy, Aprrt 16, 1939 Aftfbfld (fa.) ' that hfe suffered an iftjur*«J left side, left leg and a chipped pelvfa bone, , , Mrs dames Matlory 6( LuVeffte spen't the weekend wtih"'hef mother, Mfs JOG Madden and also visited with her father at the IToly Fnhifly Hcmpllat. Mrs KImer Haniseh,, Mrs Alfred Peterseft and' Mrs Hcnf^ Looft attended ft 4-H Spring Plam were 4-H acti$ Rally Baft which is ftfett at•« 4-H Girls* ...t=jaJJ. UDM CtfiuJfiedi f &f Gems From Diamond's Luad, fclhc, and Tilaniam April 9 at the Blue Earth hospital. Ray Sorenson^ have been With WHITE EXTERIOR PAINT 3 99 Gallon Reg. $5.50 Value 5 GALLON PAIL ONLY $18.88 Leader All-Pufpofta WHITE PAlNT "\4 fr M^ft :?f*f. •FflM Petfecl lor fence*, out 'buildlfljjs, or primer coai. 5 GALLON LOTS ... ! Gallon SYMPHONY IN COLOR HARMONY RUBBER LATEX WALL PAINT Dries In minutes. Truly a beautiful paint to work wllh and soe. Comoate at $6.00. HHEST RED BARN PAINT Cuarnn'd 911.25 per 3 99 Gallon SUPER BRIGHT RED OUTSIDE BARN PAINT 99 Gallon GALLON SHOP S&L FROM 9^ A.M. TILL 9 P.M. FOR VALUES THAT ARE MAD - MAD - MAD! THIS , SHEEP. - 'Quadruplet lambs were born recently on the Robert M. Sch- lensig farm near Durilap. From 190 ewes Mr Schlensig bought in September, they have had 177 lambs which include four sets of triplets, several sets of twins and the quadruplets. Quadruplets that live and thrive, only occur 'once in several million sheep births, it was said. at and UNSIGHTLY BRUSH PATCHES WE'VE GONE MAD AT THE SWITCH. . . WE'RE GIVING THE PLACE AWAY . . . BUT IT'S FOR 12 HOURS ONLY, SO DON'T WAIT . . . DON'T HESITATE . . . GET THESE BARGAINS BEFORE WE RETURN TO OUR SENSES ! MTiOQK $t these BUYS! ON THE JOB! LADIES DRESSES, BLOUSES, SKIRTS House Dresses, and Smart, Year-Round Colion Blouses, Cotton Skirts. Many Paiierns and Styles To Choose From. , I $2.00 LADIES BRIEFS Washes Easily, Dries Quickly. 2 For 77c ecfac Nylonized. Sizes 5-6-7. wnd fer and keeping your lawn Trim and Beautiful ili File 8« Can ALGONA IMPLEMENT SHOES LADIES HEELS Only A Few; At These Prices! 3 Styles. Assorted Colors and Sizes. • Thursday Thru Monday Our Entire Stoc I ..r..^..»--- ,> — " SHARKSkJNS IRIDESCENTS •, *Trojan Twist Suits Not Included 5 Mens Ties.. Orig. $1.50 IOC 11 Golf Caps Orig. 1.98 All Sizes 4 Ladies Dresses IMPORT! Reduced 16 Ladies Blouses Orig. 1.98 8 Ladies Bras . 18 Asst. Oritf. 1.00 lOcf (or 4 days only! EVERYTHING INCLUDED IN TWO , TREMENDOUS SALE GROUPS! $*»A75 HEAAMED DISH TOWELS All Perfect. Bleached White, Large Size. 6 For $1.00 TRAINING PANTS Doufclo Crotch, Sizes 1 to 4, Fine Combed Cotton or Terry Cloth.. Colors /White and Yellow. 5 For $1.00 MEN'S JACKETS From A £*e.rge Selection 01 Jackets, Including fiayqn. Polished Cptton<j Nylon Sheen <3afc.» Reverfcjbles, AU Sizes, f 11 Girls Jackets 9 Dacron Curtains $2f $2' 2 Steam Irons.. '$& $5.^9 1 • > . "• f ' * ** Swmmer Way Shoes *"'''"' ^ * ' weil 8» ( Hurry, men! It's like finding money 1p tboose any >vU in owr entire »teck at^ugny d^lla/j l«» then regulorl Included pre th» new 3-butlon "Slim-look" »uilf with narrow lop«U «f , Sijss 3$ to 46. Reguigr» ( '&<?rt», lonji. tfailBiflfftHHAfa****/^^

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