The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on April 30, 1959 · Page 20
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•»»«. ,<s*t • *«* .*«» «a A aAa r ..-„.„ -MayMe Daek in, fether Benson arid 1 are going 6n a little trip Sunday, so we are keeping oxtr lingers erofsM for * good day. Mayrne is going to atterid a family reunion, Esther is going to visit friends she knew 'lh Park Rapids; Minn., and t will be a guest of Clarence and Maggit Pahnkuk. . ' ;, f am nbt a! ill ashamed ol ;" going back to old limes and ad« raltting 1 am older than I think, ' ? - as,a certain news item 1 stated. In ' •£: column of 1909, a High school \ declamatory contest was mention. ;ed<^ 0&Bhx>rrettiQn, it was Florice 1 JMihkler, not 'Florence. And th§ ttasli in front of Carldrt should read Lucile/ better known as Dot: My classmates I mentioned were Harry 1 JenkShsion, now a doctor at Iowa City, Lloyd Barton, of St. Paul, EariCrarte, deceased, Walter Schoby of Dubuque, Ruth Liindell (her father, was pastor of First Lutheran church) Dot Carl* * on (Smith),'Edna Norton (Fergu» son) of Keokdk find -Zada Brun-, sons, deceased. lOhers mentioned who were in & Class behind me were Eddie Clark, Florlce Mirik- ler (Bailey) Nita Vincent (Boswell), Marie Lanutth, Vivian Pangburn and Walter Bedell. I believe he is an attorney at Spirit • Lake. Where have the years gone? * * * ' Mrs Maty Olson Is one of ihe newer residents here at G. S. She made a record trip to Iowa City , Thursday: Left at 3 a.m., had an appointment for a check-up at 7 a.m. and back at G. S. by late * afternoon. To the personnel here have been added Irma Laubenthal, Sandra Schrader, Frances Sleven, Mildred Thorsbakken and Annabelte'Long* * * * When I read in ihe papers recently of the fires in the Lake of the Ozarks region, I had no idea Algonans were involved. Mr and Mrs Dick Strayer owned a home and 15 acres' in the vicinity and recently the house was corrtpletc- - ly'destroyed." It is believed a firebug was at work in the, area and responsible for this fire.' Fortun- tJJtffe'-.atid' ffls^faffitJy hid 'ottt,* having Utfcrt transferred toiJexlte Cily, Kfen. a Box. Scouts executive The house, ouilt of jttone, was completely gutted, the roof destroyed and the building a complete loss, - * * * » Mrs Adrian Sterling has had recent word of an accident which befell hef Sister, Mrs Lillian Welch .at, Webster Cily. Mra Welch fell down .the frottt steps at the house of a friend and fractured a knee. This is the fourth fracture of a leg she has suffered. * * * Genovleve and torn Lundell, wtll known formef Algonans 'now living at AnkenyJ have purchased a lot and are going to build a rteW home.' Tom is with the postal service and "Gen" is clerking in a stores * * * Dr. and Mrs John . Kenefick w"ere in Des Moines last week. The 'doctor is a member, of the medical legislative committee and was in attendance at the breakfast last tyeek Tuesday morning at the Savery hotel. " ' * * * Mrs Chris WallUkait was "thirty-nine" years old last week Tuesday but the anniversary was celebrated Saturday 'at Humboldt. Her daughter-ih-law, Mrs Duano Wallukait gave a dinner for her. I * * *' ' '. ' , Remember the old cariooni "When a Feller Needs a Friend." Well, in this case the "feller" was Mrs Osta Thompson and the "friend" was her son Maurice. Why did she' need him? • Well, her furnace needed repairs and it was too cold to live in her, own home. So she moved over with her son and his - wife whilo the work was being done. », . * * * • Afier 49 years of faithful service, 47 of them with the W/ A. Foster furniture company) Adrian Sterling is retiring May 1. Two y'e^rs v '^ere spent with an uncle John Porter at Eagljp Grove. In 1915 he was maWacd j, to • Minne Bateman of Webster - City and 'Shortly thereafter the 1 -cotiple to Aljgona IS H«$y. hlfe tef* Helen, MA David fttiMROfaj Ajftd ,1ft W &&bfjt JL&Mfi4tM.% ». ^1 j*i« iiSuticfr W^itiliit f'fclriufe rngn Bcnoot -^iWenfivjove, (Mrs Tofn Litndell of Ankeny) an3 feahetW, (Mi* Stanley Miller Of Coita Mesa, Calif.) ' „ The Sterlings ' Will ''probably spend some time in California later as they liked it out there very much. I hope they never decide to leave Algona permanently. Well, the store won't seem quite the same with Adrian out of it, ,but surely fie has fiaWied the joys of retirement. - : * * * *• . A letter f received thi* rnorninfl ties in with the Starting item. It" catne from tKeif daughter J£art* ette and'says in part, "1 was "so glad to read in your column tha~t my mother .had a birthday party. She didn't mention in,her letter —. No, John isn't «o little any* more, he will b6 * thifteeri m August. He was very -tickled about the last sentence of yodf paragraph, "Come to, thirtk of-it; as time goes on maybe he'isn't so little any-more." — I especially like to read. your -Tidbits and Grace's column as I have known both you and 'Esther for- a .long time. — California has a Wonderful climate, but that doesn't' mean, we don't get homesick, for Iowa and the friendly people there — We ,Hve in an -area where we seldom have smog, * * * Mr and Mrs Gene Hendrleksoh, former residents here^'haW'Con- cluded a two Weeks visit with the latter's parents, Mi ah<iMJ?s"Will* iam Bakef, and with the 1 sonsi Randy and Steve have returned to their home in San Diego, -A, farewell party was" „ given -19^ them last week Thursday * evef, ning at Mr and Mrs Merlon Baker's for just the'family which included the brothers-livlaw and sisters of Mrs Hendrickson, Mr and Mrs John Schultz of Ifving^ ton and Mr and Mrs H. B. Presthys of Bancroft and the res* pective , families. Cards wer0 played#and lu"nch wa$ served, Thfe cake was,a 'birthday,one>honoring the' - anniversary '• of Gejie* Gene is in service in^the-'naVyi ,• .,_,. *,, • v ** ;»' _ ;,-<'* ~ -4' , Now' ihal • my, Sunday {ek'cur- sion' to 'Fairmont 4s .histor^.I -can son . tell i you more about it. Mrs Dacken Was at the home of .her r .v»,' -*, i7f$tj^$&" . jk * * *. i s t 1 > M.I&* & jnuBcii. • ,vj \« is *,;%»*,aytv« L .f,r'»*'K i-WK»fefi«d ;S^||WlM6€|rt^ .**.-: Jrix-^tvW.i'.Ariif ,K*i£Sdt*xn&Att •t'.'kZ^ ^wrawp (NMd toionnojuint*, war,,. r .*. A v : - ; J^Tf? 4 ^^-: ™^'*r* i * Vt'"' wf^> ; v'",>.v''^'l' r t-'Jv' , '-' ^-%4^^^V'^^;t-r^*^" Vi '>f^; ^ ^'stfsr.a-,' * t " -'t:. *•.-'. •, BW.*.*,•••" ' -'-^i-Ur •M'i-'" -«"f -»*»f«w ,Ev-«\ .>,-. &•• *.',*,> '" >rvw -ss'-jft - •«.' »*,••:-, ,»A ,m> ^>L;^-|i^:l i, -j<M*. '* ' 'i ai^'' •* To Guard Your ' ^ > ,' i , ' Health Gary (above) Irons <>f Minn,, was recently-: the Kossuth Couh^yYoor growing champion at' a" toatiquet held in Mason City, along,, with other Iowa Com grdwihg <etfawp* ions. The Irons'* ' 'awaM ^ai}f of their yield' of 163,78 b(ish r els',.per acre in the 195Of|tional Selected fwp AeVe £>eKalVtfunJeif$S6rn ' Ottosen, had a hels per aere, Elmore, Minn;* turned m'a.'$ield of 137.80 bushels 'i>er at-ft* ttowi third ' place in ^the e&tihty; , , l -• !..«.. . .. ^^.f^.,.^^.,^,^^^.^.,-.-^.^-^,.^ ••~", 1— «""*'***/'- ••*»**•.««**.» J.VJ. «4 < ^«A1*« AO^J 1 Vi Union,' Esther Ben&on weftt to frleftds , Mr ' and'/ Mrs Amuhson •Whoflt ^slle ->fiad' knoWn in,iPark Jtapi'd^some time eigo, and rwas witK'Mr ar\d Mrs'.Clarence fianri- , kuki^foMer AlgOnatis., ' jMfc' and tMrs'George'Hlngel dr6pped!in to -^^^ ,,-.St. .^ be,rern6m1irgd! ^ . •Pafthkuk e . '/Mer^Mrnei 4 'hulband wa^th'e late'Charley Taylori'The daughter \,i Mildfced -Xwlll 'beYwell rfeniefribe^ed tooi- -'SheHs-Mrs'Ted Fancher' and, lives at Fairmont. We passed 1 an ;interesfcing ex- 1 , Prorn "A'! 16 ",%" Ftit Your Daily* Health Needs i , f ' . , " ' ' t i Perhaps you are not aware of the thous.dndS'df items .we-regularly car'ry on ouV shelves.. Frtfrn "Adhesive" toV"Zlnc ointmeht,"' we tarry all the essehtj.dls~the average family needs, for'first aid and daily health cdfe. This, of course, in bddition , to., our modern, fully-stocked prescription department. : > , , THUENTE PHARAAACY . • f CY 4-2628 i" INTEGRITY r SERVICE • SAFETY ' . '•'-, \ v ^;'^;'5: * H *;? ?*??*.*! ' ^'f'TrVJ/^v'^VrVj*' 4 . I, l.l; htis be^^^o^iaki^iirc^d R^red-Repi^^ •& ? ^ 'Vl'^'.^ ,,, .,-^^ ' i i<t f <^\"(- Ki -^*^n';-'- " .' ; ' t •'"" »: ' ; I", >, '->: ;; - :-'{"•; sWative ; i^Algoria\^«d.vieihitV^ ' V h'-;r,-X '- , " ' -I" ;.;>V: /' r ' J ^ 4. 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