The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1959 · Page 10
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The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa · Page 10

Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, May 14, 1959
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hi- *• 1 ' 1 Nebraska Pastor Accepts Whittemore Church Call — Kev. D. Weiss, of W*$l fitmtJ, an- lolloping the Sunday s^fyfces, that the call es> t« *ft£ ftev. Cteo Kautsdi . 6f PMte Center Nfcbr, cm April 104 was tis&ptect by ttet, Kautsch, Ite Wilt here this wtek and Will 1& installed here oft June 21, He te ft itraduate from t^tttfOTdia Seminary Sit St. t*ouis in nn. Rfcv. and Mrs Katstsch ate thfe parent* <*Hotir chiWrdn. t>onald Pipho has accepted Ihe usstgtitftfetti to ' teath * the 3 * 6 gf&dc's in Si, Paul's Lutheran parochial fcehool to fill ihfe vacancy left by Russell Klunder of Paulina, will return to Seward. Neb. to finish his studies. Teacher Prpho is home in Fort Morgan, Colo. . Walther League met Thursday evening in the St. Paul's church basement . and .elettdd officers: Jean4 Eutftatfh, president; Ann Vatldt, vice president; Cleo Meter, secretary; Allen Zumach', trea* surer; and IvanrLauck, Christian Growth, chajrnjan. ..a^JL.Ji..-,., V.Tt.e ,i.j ,,.. HospUal News Otto Bell \vfie h*£ twett a patient in the JUuttieHift tospliAl in Fort Dodge, tiftfeweftl SUfttery JUL. I „ <»,t. morning, 4 rice SchwJfl^ Mf^ s WilUam Meyer Sr. «ftd Mfs Eclwhl Gadte visited Mr Sell at the hospital Saturday. Peter Vulk is a paU6nt in the University hospital In Iowa City. Leroy ^arrfclt entered the St. Ann hospital in Algona Thursday night. Mrs Theodore Bierstedt underwent surgery at the Lutheran hospital in Fort Dodge last week- Monday morning. Word was received here by relatives that Mrs Harold Kueck- cr is serious ill in a hospital .in Tucson. Ariz. Mrs Kueckcr who has been suffering from asthma left here for Arizona last year on Thanksgiving Day. 1 Mr 'flhd Mrs Arthur. Heiden- 'with accompanied by Mr3 Dorothy Rosendahl and Mrs Herman Bchnke drove to WaVerly Friday morning to Wartburg: cqUege to attend the Parient Day, Ralph Sebers, a student. at Wartbufg Allege, is \M son 6f 'Mrs Ro&en* dahl. • i Mr and M*rf ftroia Voigt, Rot- el la Voigt ind Mr attd Mrs Gerald OHotn of Algona, Mfr and Mrs Raymond Voigt -and family and Mr and Mrs Milton Espe and sons of here were Mothers Day dinner guests at the home of Mr and Mrs Herman Voigt. Mr and Mrs Terry fiehTrfier and daughter Debra of Ames and Mr and Mrs Ralph Sebers of Waverly spent the weekend at the parental home of Mr and Mrs fidward Mftahs. ^ Mr and Mrs &ud Fcrden and son' Randy of Algona, Mr and Mrs Dennis Weber and family, and Mike Wagner were Mo(hen Day. dinner guests at the parental home of Mr and Mrs Simon Weber in Whittemore, M? and Mrs Conrad Satern and family of Greenfield spent tho weekend at th6 maternal home of ^Irs Myrtle Frost. LuVern ^i-i »*Jfc>itjii» Sunday guests >*,&•* the ttfi Shirk home were Irtfr CONTEST Dave Bruns, Sheldon High School Junior won three individual superior ratings and participated in six groups which also won superior at a recent music contest at Humboldt. In addition he received a "I-pluS" for his baritone horn solo, special recognition for outstanding work. iSUPER GRADUATION GIFT SHOPPER STOPPERS ' AT DIAMOND'S and Mrs £lafr Jbties, hftf, Mrs D. S. Jones t*f -ft her sister, Mr and Mrs Chamberlain of Webb. Mr and • Mrs Phil' C. L«$$ visited In Siou* falls, " over tho Mothers' JDa- Day , Mr' M he* sister, Jhe family near &agle Gfo * f ^ ' r r / *' * '•"£ .. ^^y;r4f^¥^^^ hi* iJK^fePr Itr tifC'itit i^^^SStK^-ffiS^"' •'•' ' ' '"''—**" '!-" $£ «&.$& f^A^. i^^jS^^is ciyttttjtaf. it-teill ^tflftfr^ gfl- J """** ^*~-.-'~- - ^ * lain UoetscnV Jsonja ana sneryi. * Witeox in the Hell- Vintfiflt f SUPT»I# stjuftateft te Frtnee. is the son of Mrr- with her daughter, Mr' atid Wayne DttrnSerge? and'lujf raft Mr and ? Mts Richard W^wel'itfs and their 4 families, r " * * V » ^ * Mothers Day guests ift thVhomie of Mr ahd-TWrs Edward Liti Dawn and Layne' Wef e' the!i» ent*, Mr- and' Mrs tfeSS' of LuVerrte and Mr' and mer Egli of M&nson, , ' Mothers Day guests 'ifi the Henry .Hinz home wer^ soma : of their children, Mr and Mr& Harley Rusher of Bancroft; S4r-attd 'Mrs Cleo Harter of Farnhamville; Mr and Mrs Bernard^ MillerMr and Mfs Joe Underbefg of Dodge and 'their families, Jrte Hinz of Lu Verne. A plcnifc 'dinV ner was enjoyed in thg towft % park. ! • ;''/' "" Mothers 'Day gueit& 4n;tW^ k ®#<Sy McCleJlan, 'home v/,ere some o^ theia- children, Mr- and Mrs Glen] bis diser«ft 'make their hdme ift City. 5 Weekend guests ifl thfe A. ' Eggleston home were theit daughters, Beulah and tiotis gteston of Des Moittes. Guests fdf Molliers Day were a son, Mf and Mrs'Vemon Egglestort and'gim n, a datighter, Mf aftd- Mrs Charles Nyg&am and family faf Wesley* Mr andMrs Allen *of- Gfaettlnfef, Their son Merlfe McClellan, Mr' and Mrs Campbell of Des MdlABS 1 ! Mr an Mrs Lylc Powell of Yale; Mt an Mrs* Leonard, Wilson of more; Mr an'd^Mrs Jack laft, Mr and Mrs Harold Meyeii Lu Verne, and their families. | . Mr and 'Mrs Ed\vin Marty',"her parents, Mr and Mrs Henry Kub* ly were Sunday visitors in this Eldon Marty home at Waltham, Minn. They attended thS baptism of Barbara Moe M^My* , k 1 Mr*l Eilden' Ernst and} childrefi, .were visitors Sunday in 'the hdm$ HBoto) Eggleston of BruftSwkk, 'Ga. telephoned'his -greetings, ;' )At and Mrs Mllo Pattetsoft,' LuVerne, their daughters "Pattl Patterson, Mr and* Mrs James .Radley 6f Des Moines, son, Mr iVd Mrs Harding Hansen and family bf Lu Verne, Mr antf' Mr6 Waited MePeak of Renwick'wete- Mothers Day guests with theii* daughter and sister, Mr and Mrs" v Vernon Shimon • and sons in Rolfe. The dinner also honored the fourth birthday, May 11 oi, {Patrick Shimon, , . , Mre William. Goetsch, luVerne, »..d Mrs" Herbert Raney, Liver- •molfe were guests at a 'Mothers Day Tea, given by the Agora club 'of Morningside Coll&ge in SlbuX 'City of, their daughters, Senja Goetsch 'tind Judy Raney. .Sonja .and Judy returned with them j for Mothers Day weekend. > Mr and Mrs William Goetsch, Sonja tancL Sheryl >were Saturday .evening guests in the'Duanc Riley ihonne, in Algona bn the oc- (fasion 1 of -the ,eighth ; birthday of David Riley. Dr., and Mrs John M. Skogmo of Forf'Dodg'e, his'sister, Miss Jeaneite fikogmo'tOf Des bwn « si. € MA Ail<!h . Don&ld who speftt the i,:«If and Mrs Carl Swahson and Linda I^'t" «lieft ten. 'guest uf fier ditighter al a Day Tea ,Fr«ftk 0roftb^h entertain yw foftph Many styles to cftfoss ^ > • ' „ *" \ • - " .' t,> ' " madctowessr ': Inside, outside,'on hard "concrete or in punishing GOQP LUCK and BEST WISHES to the Lake-fa high school Graduates », , ** > r . v t , . , ^ \yere Monday, visitors in Lu- Verne. *< /\ Tf 'Jack "Sykes' of Livei'more was a Sunday gueSfc in;'the.home of '.'•tF- v • Budgeteer Portables ? • Heavy-Duty Portables • Portable'Grain Augers • Single Leg Cup Elevators • Double Leg Clip Elevators • plus' ...service * ;^ ^ ** Algona Implement Co. ( I <~t s ^ i ^ 4 * -i *>V • , Algona, Iowa "barnyard acids, i Red, Wing Shoe built for you; C6mfort?^They*re unmsftched for comfort!, W>ar? They can't be, touched for wear! Wear 'em! You'll rievenwear anything else." '. '"' ' Come in today,! W^'re headquarters ;f6f the jx>h)ptete • -> lirife of Red Wing shoes. *' ^ * \ \ ! i „* i v' ^ t ' •• v i 4 J y "" I ^ V «" A * n r * J * ' V ^ - n _^~ , J^u^ &V£ : M "Tr •S3^ m* *< ¥$'I^ILLIE' iS^JONNM C t^ i*?!J^ tOMfeK I'-sa 8 S . ^i !OORENB05tt' :1?£AN yKEYER f tel£HAFOfig!3SHteC(l JM HM sN &y, ? wERTdg^ mnm^m S^CH^I^LEiME-'^Riig ^W» C* I. E. Wort man "Farm Manager — Insurance — Farm Loans Lakota Iowa ||rlf r$ Trust & S||ings Bank •''fci,.«* -iJ*/* . , a.Ka ,$*&-& ? •-*',JP~ ffalo -sr-^^Of'v BUYiR Lakota Farmers Elevator Co. of Lakota Phone 2131 LAKOTA Brack's Super Valu UKOTA "LAKOTA'S NEW §UPiR MARKET" IOWA Congratulations'and best wishes ' ^^ •" * ' ''.''•,. V' . - . ,''*'•" ' ' "* I "0 ' •' - ' ' to the seniors of Ledyq * ^ T > ' ' f ir \' X:f *' - W ' I \ V $&& THESE PIOTIIRES ABE SPOKSIWED BY THESE HtBUC SPIRITED LEOYIBD FIRMS: Rock Island Lumber > r ' <&* rt» , - ^* £o-op, Cp. v STATE BANK of LEDYARD IOWA

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