The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on May 14, 1959 · Page 11
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t tad Mri (taMtt 0aar and son, Gordon Jr. spent Mother's Day at Hembfafidt, y lo,wa with Mr Odor's mother, Mrs Iva Odor. irnn Mr afld Mrs eftrt tifid at* both currently hospital patients. Mr Lund is at Fort Dodge and Mrs Lund, at Des Moittes. Vicic* S&eley, sophomore ai Iowa Stale College. Ames, cam6 home Thursday for the weekend with his parents, Mr and Mrs Kenneth Seelcy. the First Methbdifit ehtttfch here has voted to have 'two worship services during the slimmer beginning June 7. Family worship will be 8:00 to 8:45 a.m.; church school 9,:00 to 9:50 -a.bi. and second worship, 10:00 to 1 1 :00. Eighth Graded ftftncing Club ehjftyed a t>aH£ ]?ri<Jay Evening at the Algona Country Glub, Par" eftls were chaperones. Music was by the high school swing battd. . Mr Carol Sue Elherington, daughter' of Mr •. and Mrs Clifford fitherington had an appendectomy Saturday at 'Lutheran Hospital at Fort, Dodge. Carol Sue is a seventh grader in the local schools. Mr and Mrs Ewald Koch and children and Mrs* Maty Lytle and Jeri of Madison^ Wis.» spent the Mother's fray weekend here with the , women's parents, *•**• and Mrs Robert Carney, •, , Mariners' Club of th4 ; Presby* " l&rian church will have an af- tefnoott of tnuSieftt Sunday, May 1? beginning at 2:15. Special groups from othe* churchy in the comtihunily have been invited to present nufhbers, Mr attd Mrs Emil Lovsiad and daughters were Mother's Dtty guests bf their son and daughter- in-law, Mr and Mrs Bill LovstatJ at Forest City, The younger Lovstads recently moved them from Garner. — o— Mrs Eugen* Hood and daughter, Mary Jean returned Saturday from a European trip. The trip over was made by airline*: and the return, via the S. S. United States. Upon their return. they visited New York City and Washington, D. C, Ruin Circle met Tuesday evening -at the home of Mrs Vaughn Blown. Co-hostesses were Mrs George t^Dtlvall and Mrs Harloy Trbulmah, JR Mrs Mailin Meehlhause gave devotions and the pro- w$m\^f4&^&)^? >T '< w $»:\l^^^i4 s^^^T^v:^ path was ard Alawdaley. Sfeh« E. L. OftTbeit, LeRoy L»*, Ian Sigsbee, Bill Snodgraj«r See- cher Lane attd Dick M«Qold- drick. formerly of Algoha, now of Fort Dodge, were gue*t8 of Arnie Ricklefa fof.-the opeftJng ot Cishing season Friday nlgtit at his cottage , on Spirit Lake. Fish entch wns reported as very unsuccessful. Pupils ef Mri Ted Van fourth grade at Bryant school gave a Mother's Day pafty Friday afternoon. The youngsters platt* nod nnd presented the program, and also served the refreshments. Judy Mills was mistress of ceremonies fvr tho orogram and Donna Asa ptmred. Every-mcmber canvass of tho Methodist church is currently in prbgress. Co-chairmen are Joe Tschetter and Charles William* son with captains, W. C. Me Dottgall, Robert Kelley, Perry Collins, John Diekmann, Charles Lawson, Fred Diekmann, Fred,i Kent, Jr.. Clayton LammersJ Lawrence Hutzell and George Balluff. wetco You'll Ilko these f9aturost ''< '! t '" . -' f , ' 1. Rotary blades that sharpen themselves beneath stationary '£kin guards, stroke off whiskers without pinch, pull or irritation. 2. Patented skin smoother adjusts automatically to every type beard, stands whiskers erect with Rotary Blades j i * * ' > t B for closer, longer lasting shaves. 3. Exclusive flip-top cleaning. Top > springs open to empty out "whisker dust". So simple! 4. Rugged brush motor never needs oiling, quiet, won't heat up, doesn't vibrate in hand. Left to right: Joan Reding, Gary Frideres, John Wagner, Maurice Becker, Carol Erpetding L. to R.j Dianne Reding, Connie Sinnwell, Betty Wagner, Robert Zejmet, Jeanette Kellner " ' Again, ao in past years, HAMMER'S GROCERY of St. Joe extends its sin-|> cere congratulations to the graduating seniors of the St. Joe high school, Best wishes for the future. Photos by Don Peterson Studios, Fort Dodge , ThurstJay, May 14, 1959 Algona (la.) Upper Dei Molne«-3 Struck By Failing 2x4 Tlionka —- A lertou* accident occurred at noon last Thursday, April 30, when a 2x4 u*ed In the building of the Farmer* Elevator broke in two wh*n it was holtted up about 35 feet' and fell on the head o! Stanley Ruse who was working below. Stanley was immediately taken to the local doctor and then to the Brilt hospital and for 72 hour* his condition was considered at critical. At present hit condition is considered ai fair. He hai a compound fracture of the skull and brain > concussion. He is the son of Mr and Mrs Dwighl Ruse of Titonka. is mcrried and the father of one child. U to R.s Barbara Thul, Karen Wlngert, Patricia Wagner, David Hammer, wvwvvwwwiwvvvwwvwwwvvwwww^ Congratulations and , i Best Wishes to you From... Hammer's Grocery SERVING THi NE1&S OF THi ST, JQEi AREA A congregat'onal meeting of the First Presbyterian church has been called for Wednesday evening, May 20 at 7:30. Purpose of the meeting is to consider plans for the new churVi building. The Executive Building Committee toegther with the flub committee have already approved the plan-?.' The congregation Will also bo asked to approve certain financial ' arrangements at meeting. • • Bancroft By Mrs. Lawrence Bergman Mothers of the Junior class met With the Sisters of St. John's to plan the Junior-Senior banquet to be held May 20 in St. John's Hall. There are 31 seniors to graduate^ A bridal shower honoring Diane McGee was held Sunday after? noon in,St. John's Hall. Diane daughter of Mr and Mrs" Dar McGee, will 'be married May .16 in St. John's Catholic Church to David-Schiltz, son .of Mr, and Mrs Arnold Schiltz . •* : > Boy Scouts and their Scoutmaster Lamont Jensen met with Mr Burgess at 'the game refuge for an outing Friday night. Tho boys camped out all night, cooked their own supper and breakfast. They all reported' a nico :ime. . r 'Mrs Rose Murphy, who underwent surgery at Waterloo^recent lyV is now at the home of he So'rCT DtflAllen, J. Murphy and family at Winthrpp. Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen anc son Lowell and Mr and Mrs Dick Kvumm of-Armstrong, went t Ellsworth Sunday morning anc picked up the Jensens daughter Marcia and went on to Siou: Falls to visit the Jensens' othe daughter, Aleta. M/ and Mrs Charles Faugust, East Chain, were honored on their 25th wedd'ng-', anniversary at a reception Saturday night, April 25. Attending _frorri here were: Mr and Mrs Virgil Jensen, Mr and Mrs Dettmer Thompson-and Mr and Mrs Selmer'Uhr.- LEG Wyman Woodke of Storm Lake uffercd a dislocated ankle anc broken log recently when lit. Decanii: entangled in a car dooi ns the car rolled backward. Burt Man Will Wed In Calif. Burt — ftoborla Faye Kirkemo and Mr Layton Lee Rash will be married I he evening of May 1(1 In the Magnolia Baptist church, Riverside, Calif, The bride is the youngest daughter of Mv nnd Mrs Robert Kirkemo, Ball Club, Minn., and the groom is the youngest son of Mrs Jnssie Hash nnd brother to John Rash, nnd Mrs David Mlllor of Burl, and Mrs C. U Webb, Algona. After graduating from the Burt high school in 1950, Mr Rash served three years in the U,S. Marines and has since boon cm- ployed by the Pacific Telephone Company and lived In Riverside. Mr and Mrs Rash ar<* membors of the Baptist Church and ho is church 'treasurer'. Herman Rnch- ut Jr. was best man at the wedding. 33 An Osceola hatchery that ha.< been out of business for years recently received the west const an order from requesting 25 Letts Creek Leaders Lotts Creek Leaders ! 4-H club held their Apri] meeting at. the home ,'of Darrell and Charlotte Wichtendahl. Leon Wichtehdahi and' Marvin Pompe were elected to attend 4-H Camp., Duane Hannover was elected to short course at Ames. Vacation Fun with Vacation Funds Lucky you if you have planned your vacation and saved in advance lor it with a Home Federal Savings Account . . . but if you haven't planned ahead; start now planning and saving for your next summer vacation. NOW PAYING 3'/4% HOME FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASS'N * ' .'•"-. Since 1917 AM30NA, IOWA pullets. The order form wn.< bused on n catalog issued about 33 years ago. IsoriaofTHSSEiobt then THIS 1* th« RIGHT SHOE for YOU I JOB-FITTED All Sites All Widths (1) One-piece back eonttrudlon. (2) Brown, elk-tanned cowh!d»i (3) Genuine Vulcork sole*. (4) Built-in steel arch give* foot comfort* Also In popular low Oxford style. If one of these trades Is yours, come In and ask for this shoe by name and number I Or bring this advertisement with you, [ust to be sure. We have It, In your size. ' J00% Union Made by A. F. of 1. 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