The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 23, 1959 · Page 5
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Ov <„ <+>r : -^> wri'y 'wiuiviuuen, Mrs BudlonEj. Miss L^ftttfd, Mfs Ofvick, Mrs . S3S1M, Mrs Madsen, Mrs Gollint- h6*rst> Miss Reeves, Miss 1 Hud- ibn §nd Miss Olsb'h attended ths Cartihty -Council, at Tilohka. The Shlfetfttg b&gan with a lovely dih- 'nlr followed by a program. vMrs.Max Goldnian of Titonka ^as Ihe evening's speaker and hit t5p1c Was -"Peter Pan and the Space";, • Age."' Following this %rt>Up v discussions were' held SUpt. doofo was leader of the fti'athernatlcs group and Mrs Deim b£ the kindergarten. , , ^Mrs "lieb'nard 5 Bbnnie o^ Pipe- jstene, Minn <if ar'HV'ed We"dnesday Jtir a few days visit with her sis- teVMrs' Leorih&rd'Christ,'who is s^riou'sly ill at the Buffalo; Centei 'hbspital. / James Robert 'Ahdef-so'n, son o Mr and Mrs Rdbert Andei-gdn, was • baptized at St. Paul's '-Lutherah Sltnday, ,April s 19th. Spons'ort were Mrs Paul, Koppen J and Mrs James Spear. J'the Ltither League, of. St. Paul's 'Lutheran will sponsor a banquet, bn Thursday, April 23 at 6:30 p.m. for the jrbuth off the church and bther interested people. Frauke Schadendorf at- m Ifttefnallofial 'TORsk On Sunday, Mf fcttd Mr and and Mr Jbhft strong. ' , >John -fcofeffsema left aflefriodri f«fr lowb Glt hfe had a ehfeck-up at the spital «rt Tufcsday. Tuesday morning, . Schuttet 1 of Titonka called on dfetighter, Mrs PWl thrift told ot the arrival of n ; daughter at the Franklin 'Sehu tei 1 home in Titonka. . a«d Mrs Virgil Babbit, Minn, spent night with his father, J. «, Smith, and with his sister and family\ the Herman Jit'ttihgs. ' Friday evenings callers &;t tnfe Robert Ruby home toerfe l«g brother and family, the Joh$ Simmons of Onamias Minn. Othe^ Chllers were Mr and Mrs -John Simmons of Stevens, Mr and Mi* Donald Simmons of Elrhore and Mr. -arid Mrs Earl Thompson ana were appointed to make name lags for Rally ttay. Margarct Powers, Linda Hor«ppncr. Sandra Koppcn and Judy Jutting gave df*mttnstratlon8. Visiting mothers wrre Mrs S. L. Powers nnd Mrs Raymond Krorningn. Wesley Man .Seriously III Wesley <u. Mr and Mrs Lawrence Kr>p*ppn nntl Bill nocompnn- ied by Miko nnd ftalph Koppcn and Mrs Invln Willgon of Algona drove to Iowa City Simdfty morning, April Ifl to sec Frhrik Koppon who is seriously ill in n hosptlnl there. Oh the return li'tp home f parent!, of a daughter, Vicld, Mrs Laftrcnec fJergmnh and Meredith, Mrs Cleui* Dftrt and K«y Menko drove to Sioux City, Thursday, and brought Dorttlft Bergman, Abc^ Monkc, 8.N. home for the weekend, Thr girl.v spont ThUrsdny night nt the Bud Winkcl homo nt Whittt-morc & attended. the Prclm. Mr nnd Mrs Winkel brought them homo Friday eve- ninR and wore Suppor guests ol the Richard Mcnkes. Mrs Marie Rammers of Win- Minn, spent this wcnk here , , helping to cfirc for her sister, Mrs Charles Bnkor. Cub Scouts and three Don Mothers, Mrs Gordon Delperdahg, Mrs Ptitil Simmons and Mrs Morlin Schllt?. met at the Schilb. f r AprtJ 23, t.?5f Algdrlfijtd.) Tuesday afterrrooh and enjoyed n visit at the Schiltz Goose Hatchery. Mrs Merlin Scttttta Mitei-tained 17 little RirlR at ft birthday party firitufdey of hw onughtfri- Linda's H-venth birthday.] Mr and Mfs R«js.« Inman w"WU to Whiltemftre Tnursflay whcti» they visited her rfiolhur, MVs John Hodlng and alt quet and prom brother Johnny WhiUerndTfi Pros Lfco Kramer Garry ambulance hospftal, Dos Moinrs, nffftr ho boctfrtift strlftusly iH nt his home: from.a heart ailincnt. tended the golden -wedding 'open house honoring Mr and Mrs Ed tfunkermeier at Ledyard,, Sunday afternoon. . 'Mr and Mrs LaVerl, Follm)m and family of Elmore were Sunday dinner and supper guests ;at the, parental Albert Rippentrop home. * , - Lakota Band Mothers will hold a'Bake Sale, serve lunches and sell Fancy Work at the City Hall 'Saturday, April 25. »• '• ,"'.' Mr and 'Mrs I. E. Wortman Charles T. L&wsbli of Kosauili M6lor C6., 'Algonai iowa, i(bbo«e 'at right), has been designated -as, ,one',,.;o£ Chevrolet's tpp'-i'ankmg parts and access'ories~s^le^.'maiiagers'"from among'the company's 7,000 dealerships across jthe -nation, ',Jn -recognition of his 1958 sales record, he ^congratulated ,h"efe bv^I.',W, Thompson, left, Chevrolet assistant general sales manager in .charge of parts and accessories. The presentation was made recently in 'Detroit as the company honored the|94-highest ranking parts and accessories sales .managers from 'among dealerships in' the 4? Chevrolet sales zones' -m, the United States. '(UDM Engraving). ' spent the weekend polis. in Minnear Mr and Mrs W. -D'. Ley, Carolyn and Timmy drove to Minneapolis Friday afternoon. TK'ey. 'return: •fed home Saturday evening." ' i f Mr and Mrs A. C. Schissel attended a belated . birthday party honoring Mrs John Slaba at Buffalo Center on Thursday jeveningj •Mr and Mrs A- C. ' and sons, Steven and James were '"18" ModeUK-89' 20" Mddel RM-69 V 22" Model RF-781 • 5 i.,? • j * Monday night' supper guests at the home dl Mr and Mrs Ed Mitchell in .Ringsted. Mr and Mrs John E. Meurer en T route .to their home in Amboy, Minn, were Sunday overnight guests at the home-of/their son and family, the- ''Jim; "Meurers, They lu hav.e spent the winter in St. Petersburg, I Fla. , « ' ; Philip Schroeder,,,- ^son' of Mr and Mrs Melvini Schrojeder, has been selected, ?bf t,t&'e Lakota Legion to go to Boys State this -summer.^ Philip, is. a. Junior in Lakota High. 'JThe newly formed group of Explorer Scouts tender the leadership of Jim Me',urer enjoyed 'a bowling party at Blue: Earth on Friday evening. Sunday, afternoon callers William- Kienitz homfe 'w^re ma and Lena Gutkene'chi^jAi; |n Mrs Jiih Smith, Mr an"d Mrs »'Ver- nbn Smith and daughter, Mr and Mrs DeVere Smith'and'family; Mrs Minnie Thaves, Mrs Ella EUrnan' and Mrs Pauline Oiilgren o'f EuClabre, Wis. , Mr and Mrs J. A. Dornbush attended the baptism , services of their grandson Scott Douglas Hertzke at the Lutheran church in'Buffalo Center.after the morning services. Mr and Mrs George Meyer and. sons, Craig and Dean, attended the gplden weddirig anniversary home where, they, .helped Mrs Bowman' 1 and son, David, celebrate 'theilj birthdays.^ \ • -j ; . Mfs Tillle Swenson of Postville Iowa' arrived Sunday morning to spend a week with her daughtei and family,, the Robert 'Hamiltons Mr and Mrs Heiiry| Harms ''and family were ; Sunday. di,nne guests at the Amos', 'Kroming home in Titonka. ' J> ', ' W. J. Leslie spent the weeTcen at Ames and with relatives in De " , . Sunday yisitors at the John Roelfsema home to' help 1 him celebrate •' his, birthd'ay were Mr and Mrs Milton Trasmar and family, Mr' and Mrs Ivan Roelf- sema -and family- all of Elmore, Mr and Mrs .Donald Kollasch and family of Buffalo Center, and Mr and Mrs Robert Kollasch' and family. v , , * '"!: tfiqdyard Homemakers-<fhtet'tFri-; day ' at the home of Mrs' "Elton- Head. "The lesson- was given by Leona Heetland. Dr. and Mrs I. G. Groff and son, Clifford spent the ; weekend in .Milwaukee, Wis . where they attended the wedding of Dr. Groff's brother. „ _ , A reception for the newly confirmed members 'of St. Paul's Lutheran church was" held Monday evening, sponsored by the Luther was in League, charge. Alice Wibben Roberta Addy . . t , ' Gkis Potthoff returnfed to his home Tuesday evening after a visit of several days at the horrtG- of his daughter and family 'ify Minneapolis. ' ',' Mr and Mrs George Ennen's •aaugHter Patricia 'erftercd the "Buffalo Center Hospital on Sun* day for observation and treatment.! Mrs Lconhard "Christ was dmitted to the Buffalo Centei 1 fospital oh Friday morning. Hca ondition «s described as critical. Mr and Mrs Kenneth Auke« moved on Saturday into ' the louse on the Elmer Koppen 'arm. Cub Scouts met Monday after school at the home of their Den Mother, .Mrs Robert Hamilton. 3 aul Kruse brought the lunch for the group. Circles of-, the Presbyterian church met Thursday afternoon and eve-nirig; The Either Circle with Mrs Robert Hamilton with Mrs John Greise 'as co-hostess The Miriam Circle with Mrs Alvin Rippentrop with Mrs George Enhen as -co-hostess; The Mar"y Circle at the home of, Mrs W. D Ley with Miss Audrey Ruby a Cb-hostesS. > • The Lakota Band Mothers me Mo'nday night' at the schoolhous with Mrs Ray' • and Mrs Arnol Becker and Mrs ;Robert Blomste as hostesses. Plans were laid fo a Bake Sale Saturday, April 2 at 'the City Hall. A miscellaneous shower wa. 1 held at the home of Mrs Donald Winter, honoring her sisHer, Arils Mabus of Buffalo Center on Mon day. Miss Mabus will be married on Saturday, April 18 tQ Paul Hove, son of Mr and Mis Harold 'Hove bf Bricelyn, Minn Thev' will* live on -a farm near Thompson, Those from Lakota at- 'tending -the shower were 'her grandmother, Mrs Fred Mabus, Mrs Will Mabus, Mrs Michael Christ, : Sr., Mrs John V. Dornbush, Mrs Signe Nelson, Mrs Alfred Chrisfand Mrs Donald Clapper. Lakota Luckies 4-H Club met Friday night with Judy Jutting Sandra Koppen, Sandra Rippentrop and Marilyn Rippentrop that evening they vciy bad blimrd condition, bad toads, with mnny cars ditrhcd or unable to travel further, Koppcns stopped in Dos Molncs ht-iefly to sec Mrs Elizabt-th Koppen. Mrs Marie Potthoff and tw'b sbns of ; Carroll word Suridni* guests 1ft the Albert ' Llcktelg home. Mr and Mrs Theodore. Pott ho ff of 'Carroll and Mr and Mrs Francis Fox and two children of Waseca, Minn, Wore Sunday guest; In the T,ou Gouge home. Mr and Mrs Robert Kain oi Algona and Matt Hildmart of Sexton were Sunday guests in Ed Hildman home. ruled the bnn- In which her is a senior at •nUUicm.- wi\s taken by to the Veteran i hospital V/efo at Algeria Ff&br t tt fifffi. fltt. thirty-errs ridd John** Mgft ^effort! day in Min-ftfeftg&Ifi, ftfl Cache artd Mr &M Eckheart were Heart Memorial Gift A Memorial dffl, dofsstejt fr» names of the. late Mefvlft piscm _-. Atftotia h&« beeh retf&ivfcd fcy we , Iowa Heart AseociSrtteff, ing to Mrs L. 8. Ydiiftg bt Memorial Gifts Cha^ '" auth County, The • ---.--^_-jrj-__ ^J^L^^S^ AA^VUViWv^W^ r^ ^ ^ TB ^ ^r» ^-^ ~^T~* -w~- -^ Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergmah Relatives from hero who at ended funernl services for Do Blair in .Omaha Thursday Wei Andrew Borons and wife, Mr -an VIrs J. H. Mcnkc and family, Mi «\ J. Welp and family. ,M ilair was Leona Bei'ens befoi iei- . marriage. They were tl Make Algona Implement your Headquarters for the follow' Itifl this Spring and summer: SCOTT OUTBOARD MOTORS WEST BEND QUTBOfiRBS STAR GRAFT BOATS BLUE STAR BOATS CRUISE -A - BOUT BOATS BOAT TRAILERS ona t£3S3T»i;-*iV»»»—. COMPLETE lilftClllIJ.lVVii.ii.lC**-,)' vv»-»u .»»» v-» • — -o -'*C, i open house of Mr and Mrs Ed gave the topic. Lunch was served Junkermeier. *, ' | by Phillip Schroeder, Roberta Mr and Mrs Raymond Krom- ' ASK FOR THE ROTARY MADE WITH THE Flexor Blade! The only blade with flexible tips that "give" to absorb s,hock, prevent costly crankshaft damage. Makes ordinary straight-blade' movers obsolete! PLUS-ALL THESE OTHER FABULOUS HOMKO FEATURES! * Revolutionary ppweramlc styling. * New stand-up safety starting. * Fingertip choKe, stpp and speed control, . , , i * New quickening height adjustments from V to 3%", * powerful Brlggs & Strattpn engine. * All steel constructed and reinforced. * New rugged tubular steel handle. Leaf rouMer 'available as an accessory inga and family Were Sunday afternoon callers at the^-home of her . parents, Mr and Mrs > Fred Corte Sr. in Crystal, Lake. Mr and Mrs Roland Kollasch and family., of'.Bancroft-were Sunday afternoon visitors .at the Paul Kollasch A home. > v Walter; Meyer, of Austin, Minn, was a weekend "guest at the -home of his brother," Mr' and Mrs William Meyer. Mr and Mrs Ray Becker and family were Sunday afternoon callers at the William Mayer and the Leo Hanig homes at St., Bene r diet. „ . Dr. -and,Mrs Jonn • Lundquist were Saturday evening guests at the home of Dr. and Mrs Douglas Nelson in Fort Dodge. Rev, and Mrs Harlan" Kruse were'in Mason City on Friday of last week. Mrs Kruse's grandmother, Mrs L. Harfst, returned home with them, Mr 'and 'Mrs Paul Kollasch and daughters were Friday evening callers at the Robert Kollasch home. • _ Mrs Sophie Ellsworth enter- 'tained at a Thursday night sup- oer honoring her son Michael, on his 18th birthday. Present were 'Dr. and -Mrs H,- H, Murray, Dr ind Mrs John Lundquist, Beckj, ind Kay, Ann' Robinson anc Woodrow Ellsworth. Mr arid'Mrs William M. Han- jien'of Bremerton, Wash, arriveo ut the home of Dr. and Mrs H H 'Murray Sunday for a tw'i, veok- visit with the Murrays and ,ytr Hansen/s other two sisters Ann 1 Robinson and Mrs Sophiw Ellsworth. ' „, . .. Mr and Mrs Rudolph Christianson of Ruthven announce the approaching marriage of Manys J«an Hudson on August .,9 , to Ronald Jensen, son of Mr and Mrs Carl' B, Jensen also of Ruthven. Marlys Jean is a graduate of Waldorf College in Forest City and for the past two years has taught second grade m L |KQta, i\pnalri Jensen <a?ms near $uto- VC The 'Lincoln Township H.omV makers at Kossuth County.met Friday afternoon, April 11, at the harpe'' " ~" Addy and Velma Meyer. Wednesday Mr and Mrs A. C. Schissel took their daughter, Sue to Minneapolis where she caught a plane for her school in Langhorne, Pa. after Easter vacation here.'. „ , r , On'Tuesday, Mr and Mrs J. E. Ukena and Mr and Mrs Elvin Carpenter of Ledyard went to Des BULLETIN April 23 — For 'the first lime irj. Us store v s hisiory. Diamond's in Algona have made an almost unheard-of special purchase o'f 'famous make Watches, whic> arrived this week. The entire shipment, is .going ort sale now at tremendous savings, due to the large purchase. 'Waich customers' from many miles around are ex-peeled at Diamond's in •Algona for this sensational Watch. Sale. "New Tablet Relieves Painful Monthly Cramps —Brought Me Greater Relief Than Aspirin!" "Couldn't «leep, was all on edge," addsMra. H.- Y., Ruasell, Ky.; "Buti new Pinkham's Tablets i gave me soothing relief the very first day!". For millions who suffer torture of cramps and nervous tension every month, an amazing new tablet has been developed that brings greater relief than aspirin! Relief for 3 out of 4 Tailed! For 3 out of 4 women tested by doctors, pains and cramps were stopped or strikingly relieved. This new discovery offers more relict than aspirin because it contains not Just 1 or 2 ingredients but a unique combination ot medicines that act on the'cause of distress. . Called "Lydia Pinkham'8 Tablets," they're at all drugstores without prescription, Try Pinkham's.,Tablets! See if you don't escape much irritability, discomfort—both before and during your period I (Also liquid Lydia Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.) n/wvwwwwwvwwi^^ thai saves you money I ,.*) ,' f I \fe Kossuth When you insure with the KOSSUTH MUTUAL you truly save money. You pay'only f6r actual losses, low operating cost and ade- qilatfe reserves. YOU PAY LESS BF.CAUSE, you as a member HELP KEEP THE COSTS DOWN. „ ; *» J N " f* Fire, lightning, and extended coverage insurance on farm property for $1.25 per thousand, tornado insurance for $1.50 per thousand. ' Blanket farm personal property insurance for $2.30 per thousand which includes the following coverages: Fire, lightning & extended coverages Tornado Theft of persona! property Attack by dogs or wild animals on livestock browning Accidental shooting. Loading or unloading of livestock Collapse of buildings, bridges or culverts Collision or overturn of farm machinery We write fire, lightning, extended coverage and tornado insurance on town dwellings and personal property. To protect yourself against lawsuits resulting from accidents on your farm or town property see us for comprehensive personal liability insurance. FOR LOW COST, GOOD INSURANCE STOP IN OR CALL US SOON. Insurance Assn. ! CY 4-3756 LOLA SCUFFHAM, IT'S DIAMOND'S BIG SALE OF WATCHES-THIS * For Mothers Day Gifts ! * Edr Fathers Pay Gifts ! ft cx Fo r r Gifts ! A(l Famous Makes Bercona, Enicar & Cyftta Watches A160NA, IOWA hoy, MinaWQta .ah'ivejS fo/m\ ejstpneted tftay at of her. seta and ,,fan?Jly J Be're fe'feftti ; A "Few I Shppk'Besistun't, Water-Resistant, elejJ Movameht-Wj-ist \Yat-ches _ r _ ShocH-Hesista'iit, Wat,er-1lesistant, ' gweep • Second Hand.Wmt watches - See Many More! family were- -Sunday at Uw Otville evening •^Arrt^Msgnetiq'lVwst Watches .,„„„„. "Jy^Nl^Mewelj.Sh^ok'proof, Waterproof, ( ( r-^ f Above "wffh Black or White IFatfeS, * ri -,. T - -r--- T — T- ..... -:-.,, :\ (Above >Ifh Black pr White Faces, Expansion Band) ' as ibove -in '|/I0ns A i7-Jew§^ Wrist Watches, price «- $7^-50 Our sale price is ~ r , (*With Ultra-Some Treatment) Fdr Yourself * i • U's too tremendous and wooded"! to this Big Diamond *Watch s"alet Featuring nat r ionally-kpown 'ENigAR' watches — the wltra-sonlc is the only watch 'GUARANTP, for 3 years again?! ANY cleaning or PLUS full year mechanical ''defect And Diamond's-, too, guarantees every what you ss(ve on line corns this wreeterjd'f or, surel -EVERY WATCH SI 7.95 $24,95 $ 8,95 Hot 'Spe'cialJ MENS FANCY DRESS WAtCHES Jeweled, BlacH Face, Mirror Gold Finish

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